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NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1?M.-FOURTEEN PAGES. PRICE TIIREI*: CEiVm THK ('ZAK AT DEATH'S DOOR ALL EC ECCE IX HE El' GLOOM. RUSSIA'S RULER SLOWLY SINKING AT LIVADIA. HT.-* r,,NT*iTl-.\* x suv!'!; LKftfl CRITICAL LAHT KIOHT. BIT ll"I'i: OEXKRAI.LT ABANDONED ixl. PRATER8 OFFERED IN NOTRE I xxm: wt. maw imssian r*H1 r>..-ii>:s - POUTICAL CONSEQtTENCEfl OF HIS DEATH ANXIOI'BLT DM Cl'-JUED PRINl kss ALIX sT.xins FDR LIVADIA. Ft Petersburg, Oct. lt.?a dtopatch sent from Llvadla nt 7 o'clorh this evening says that the Czar's condition had nol changed In the last tow hours. Keen anxiety is evident throughout the capital this evening Thc streets an* un -araally full and every one is reading bulletins or Inquiring for tho latest noxvs from the Tzar's bedaide Solemn prayera fur the t'zar were said at lh( ''ith.-.hal of St. Isaac to-night. Mlnls .-? high ..iii.inls and the m..st conaplcuoua membera of St Petersburg -aoclety were pres? ent, Advices ft-..m Llvadla this morning were of nn extn-mely disquieting nature Until 7 o'clock last evening the condition of the Czar not i hang* I throughoul th ? day. The celebrated ni rx-,- specialist, Professor Men .-Ar ki. was summoned to Llvadla yes t* r lay Crowds of i.pie railer ar.mn.l the official bulletins and cr..ss themselves as thej read th. m A report is In circulation here thal an Impe? rial edicl xviii be published nest Monday an* lng that the Regency has been Intrusted Czarewitch. General Count Vorontsoff Dael .ff, Alde-de-Camp to the Emperor and ld *ter of the Imperial Household; K, P. Po* 1 ff, th< Procurator-General of the Holy Synod; M. Witte, Minister of Finance; .M. Duri \ ? M^ilstei i f th< Interior, and Gen ral *x . ski, Minster of War. Copenhagen, Ocl IS Private telegrams re* ei l fr m >; Petersburg .it 10 o'cl k tay that tl.. Czar's condition is slightly less critical. Vienna, 0 t 19 ,\ lb-patch from St. Peters? burg to the Foreign Office pays that the Czar ling slowly, and Ihe newt .' hla death may i .;? any m. i GLOOM IN CONTINENTAL CITIES. i. : l n, Oct !??The latest dispatches received at the Russian Embassy here stat- thal tbe c n diti >n of the Czar li Th.- news has ca*t a gloom over ht Petersburg, Berlin, Cologne, Athens anl .thor Continental cities. All the London newspapers laud the character and policy nf the Czar, i ii express uneasiness at the e n sequences which irlax follow hi- death and that of the Ameer : Afghanistan The Russian Embassy In Rome received a dispatch to-night saying tha: a mira.-).- al..rn* could eave the Czar's lif.-. Prayers np- offered hourly in the Russian cathedrals arel daily In the Russian churches and th.* chapels of Rus? sian embassies in European capitals. Dispatches from all parts of the Continent sh'.w that th.- xvh'.l" European press ls brim? ming with articles on the Czar. The vast ma? jority of writers praise him for his lox- <.r peat ?? Speculation aa to the Csarewltch'a future policy ls rife. No two estimates of his character agree. Many of them an* exceedingly unfa vorable. Th" censorship of the St. Petersburg pr"s? ia reported as l>.*iiin unusually strict. The news? paper which announced yesterday that Father Ivan, better known as "Holy J"hn." ha.l been summon.-.1 fr. rn Cronatadt to Liva.lin was seize 1 by the | .lice. The "Allgemelne Zeitung" of x'i'tina sug ?*'?-? d this evening that the Czar was already dead, an?l the fact was concealed, as lt whs in th.- ,-as* "f Em] ? r r Nicholas I. ??Th.- Standard's" St. Petersburg cot-respond? ent says: It is Intended, unless events precipitate matters, to leclare a Gox'ernlng Council on the 2ftth, when the ..... ind 1 .1 Ihe w .r 1 "Re T.'h* c 'm. ' f the CzareaMtch. Qrand-duke .xii.-r.aei uni Councillors Bunge and S dinky. SLOW GROWTH OF TH!) DISEASE "Tin- Times" ?? rr. -p iii-iit In St. Petersburg nays: - sympl ima strengthen the belief thal Ihe <?/.:? | lt I ed that he I ?? too ffl for the solemnization of the marrlaze Tr:.- Princess Alix d Hessi mel her slater, th .lr in l-ducl Frj.lorovna, at Alexan Irovo They will r^a I I .Iva.I la on the Sd, Accounts ol tm grief ..f the Im ? tri:. Una Thi anxiety In offl .1 ,\:i Impoi tani .iff.ms are al mom at i stai I till. Wheo ire ''/.ar arrived at Llx*adla he had m.r ? r ten night* Hi Immi Hate]) began t. -'???;? a-'.l and the general Improvement of his condition n ! greal I ?;?? - -rr.- eventual recox'ery. Thi ... nevertheless, slowly ur-??. worse, while the ;.; i ir. ir Improvemenl made ii a '11(11' ult task fur his cut .-it.ii/, to prevent hi*- outing* "The Pal Mall Gazette" says that a change of rulers will m.ke nu)-- difference Inside of R i ugh revolutionary activity l- apt l > tak-- advantage of a temporary weakness ? I the Exi uti-..* admlnlstratl n upon the acceasl ? ,. r head th" State. Bul the effects abroad ar.- in ralculable "Every me In Europe," "Th" Gazette" adda, "rs grateful f..r th- Czar's policy ice hut am.inx the counsellors "f the Csare* xx*" h there ar.- jome nun who have long bit? terly regretted the unambitious foreign policy of Rubi i Th* Stock Exchange opened fli*. but recov? ered slightly later, and cloned arith a better feeling. Russian securities closed a quarter better. Cons..ls were unchanged Paris. Oct 19 There was a rumor here to i ghi that the Czar wm dead, hut it could not be traced to any authoritative source. Political and other circles are in a state of grave suspense In eonaequence of the unfavor? able reports of the condition of the t'zar. The news;.apers express hope of his ultimate recov? ery, though there probably is n<> hop.*, and re? call the 'z.ir's proved friendship for France. Most of the Journals express the conviction that th.- enti tte between Fiance and Russia will not be disturbed whatever max' happen. The .iran.i-<luke Alexis, brother of tho czar, arrive.! h re to-day from Biarritz and pro ceeib-d directly IO Russia Ti i.at.t.-rne'' says that the Grand-duke Vladimir, the Cxar's eldest brother, bas In* fiirnn-.i presldeni Caaimlr-Perier thal Russia's friendship for France x\in not be changed. PRATERS OFFERED IN PARIS A special service ?*ai h> !J in the Russian Church here this morning lo olfei prayers for the recovery of the Czar Presldeni Caslmlr Parter, Premier Dupuy and M Hanotaux, Min? ister il Foreign Affairs, were represented Car? dinal R. h,u l hel.l similar services In the Cathe dr.,i ol Notre Dame. After the service li I: ... .. cnui h Baron Mohrenhalm, th. Russian Ambassador, was surr unded bj person* inquir? ing eagerly aftei the Czar, Ha replied "H.- ? on d:-, . ry s -ni a, but far from h '(" 1,M- " Th- "Figaro" riv- ii was discovered on An? gus' ll that the Czar wai afflicted trith Brig fi i ATTACKED WITH A BUDDEN SPASM Berlin, OcL ll?A dispatch received hers fr..m Lvadla, by way if Bt, Petersburg, * iys that xi** lerday the Czar .vi- suddenly alta rk. i with o ?sasra .hr. elly aff.- ting his breast. Hs w.-.h c >m p-ll. i to ile down, and hla confessor. Father YarUschew, was summoned Immediately. Never* ihehs--. the dispatch says, Professoi leyden bas mSBtot of tr,. Czar's ultiriiat" rvcovery. Priaasaa Alix ?.f Hesse, accompanied by Princess Victoria >.f Battenberg, start.'I from I-humsta.it at ii o'clock thia morning for i> x tulla The "Coi.,i*iie Gaxaette" Mya that the rom* *n?nin|r of th.* greal zpeclalist In nerve .Ms eases, Professor Meranljewskt, to Liva.lia. wsa due to th.* .-on.Uti..n of tin- Czarina, who is Buf? fering greatly from nervousness ns the result ot the anxiety nh.* has endured during the last few days. It ls aasurttll that the professor xviii OM take part in th- trent nu nt of the Czar. Russian securities suddenly, booaOM linn on the Bourse to-day, with thc rcbult that the mar k*is Improved generally. This ls aa ld lo have 1.i due tn the fact thal in order t.. avert a panic large purchases of Russian securities were made on behalf of the Russian Govern? ment. Washington, Oct. 19?Upon his return to the city to-day, Prince Cantacuzene, the Russian Minister at Washington, f..>m.l the following telegram from the Russian Foreign Offlce awaiting him: Bl Petersburg, Oct, iv A bulletin from Llvadla it'rim.-a.. dated October 17. says thi Emperor's con? dition ls aggravated. The weakness is great, and the heart ads unsatisfactorily. WAR MEASURES IN J A PAX. LARGE EXPENDITURES PROPOSED FOR THK ARMY AN"H NAVY. Tin: EMPEROR in his KPEECH TO PARLIAMENT rr..'i:s nu-; HBCBMITT OF rrsHixti THE xvar VIGOROUSLY ins PROGRAMME LIKELY T<> DE APPROVED -STROMd BODIES of CHINESE TIP .ors ARRIVING. .XT THIN" T81N, I..ndon. Oct. ll?A dispatch from T..k|o to the Central News anya that the special session ..f the japanese Parliament convoked to consider war measures xv.is opened ai Hiroshima yester .lay i.y th- Emperor In person, In th.* ap.h from thc throne opening th.- session th*- Emperor requested that the military measures presented should l"- dlsp -? I if with as little delay as pos? sible, ll- expressed regrel that, through the obstinacy of Chins., v.i-- peace of the Easl had been disturbed, adding: "Rut. the war having begun, we cannot cease operations until ..rn ob i- ? shall hax'i been gained." lb- als. sahl thal lc- exp- t.-l if. members ..f Parliament willi t igree p> th" ii .vernmenl ; i ; ? als, .ri thc h .p" that thereby th- Japanese arms xv,ul] be \ " r;..ns throughout, r.'i I p- ice be the sooner restored, xvirh iddltlonal lustre to the country'. Ia ih- Mil submitted providing for ii. -r- ised expenditures for th.* .univ an.l navy ti,.' ... ar expenses ar.tlmated at 1150.000.000, :' which am .un: 126,....m. .- ... i,. taken fi .ni nu- o.iv nl reserv. fund. Another bril introd iced pi .viii* lor raising a further Internal li- ol HW),..'"". payable In Instalments, with Int i est not 1 exceed 6 pi r c< nt. A res Jut! ? i . be submitted ix the Radicals, under whl I the In re ise : lb na\*y pr ipoi ? i at the foui th set sion shall now be accepted and executed as rap;.Hy as possible, Work upon the ship- now In irse of construct! rn shall be pushi l i ph t: rr. the ad lit! -i. il def. nc i h. ri I if ire pr p. -?? 1 rapidly nstructed, and th. supply of arms anl munitions of war - with thi li asl i Ible delay. An address In rep!) to the speech from the thr.'n- \ - presented by the presidents >f the two Chambers of thi Dlel thanking the Mikado for advanclag the standard ..f Japan by pen ? ally assuming ? i:r-- ??: .ti of th.- xx.ir. the natural results ' which hax'e I.I the Japanese victor? ies on land and sea. The address ' the ; .bu-** f n lude 1 as f .ii ,ws: Tour Majeatly rightly coaaiders China un mern; to eivlllzatlon, and wi romplj with the Imperial desire to destroy th.- barbarous obstlnac) of that race The Central News correspondent in Toklo anya thal the patriotic tone ol the speeches in the Japanese Lower House has strengthened the Government. It ls expected that th.* whole war programme xviii be approved. A dispatch lo "Th.- Globe" from Tlen-Tsin 1 savs that the Chinese fleet al Port Arthur xva* yt-:.! la*, ordered to s*-a. The Japan.*.? Army ls expected to croea the Vain, i River thirty tulle* northeast of Kwl-Hlng-Cblng, where th- Chi nese troops are encamped. A dispatch fr*.m Shanghai |o the Central News says that IM troops accompany Tebang-Tehl Toling, the viceroy of the Hu-Kwang Pi eli to Peking, Th- tr..-.p* an- commanded by un Kngllshman named Crampton, who was formerly tr. th>* Chinese customs service. The Viceroy anil lils . **. cr: are reported to be travelling bj the way of the Grand Cr.i al. Steamers arriving ai Shanghai rep ri Ihat elghl Japanese warships, sprea I is t . -. ? :? a distance ? >f twenl ?? mill s, .. i southeast of the Shan-Tuna pron ? ? t y A letter fi im Tlen-Tsin lat. I > i i ?! i 15, re celved al Shanghai, reports thal 10,. li from ihe Shan .-;i I'i .vin ?? have arrived there, a r. I ? he i ame numl er fron * - ii ? f ihe ; .f Hanan in I Sh in-Tui an ei dally. R i- tho igl I lhal bj the end r th. - ? ? ?. loo .Hm ?? red. Furl elghl th ii- av.ni'x are arriving from ? I,- provim - al Shln-KIng and Klrln. ti i .1. ney, rm Rnglishman wil go to Corea '.x.:h : hi ' 'h.rc -?? ar ??:. The ? ? talment of the 1 :? Im .ri ? Ile Ira ed foi In July has orri*. tl T!ei Tn The V'lceroj ll greatly pleased at their ;? ? ry, Th ? Shani.':...I ri pn st ntattx-e of the C News posltlvelj reaffirms the statement lhal i il] uprising has taken pl i ?? al Ku-La Hw . 200 inll.s from Han-K >w, In which tu . Inf ii r officials were killed The sam. Ih ii the j ?? Cations f Shi i it, the Taotal nt Tlen-Tsin, hax*e been well kn wn throui China, bul certain persons In exali have endeavored to suppress all mentl n >( his Irregularitl s. The Norwegian steamer Pi**k, which !n^ ar* rived at Tlen-Tsin from Shanghai, was stopped off Bhan-Tung promontor) by a Japanese war? ship arr! searched Not having on b ard any? thing contraband of war, she was allowed tn proceed The captain of the Plea reports thar th.- Japanese ship- are cruising orr Taku. Berlin, Oct, lt. This seml-offlclal statement has been mal" concerning affairs in Peking: Slr Uot.ert Hart, Inspector-General ol Customs for the <'hine*e Government, ha* directed the Govern ment's attention to the enormous reduction ..' cur. toms revenue Kxp.""'* havi al moi entirely i-.-a-. ?!, and .nip.rt* have decrnased greatly, Slr Robert was consulted as ;n thf expediency of using cus? toms steamer* as military transports He replied that th!* wiul'l be lmp..sslr.le, as the steamers had no proper r.ttini-s an.) no guns, Runners, ..r Chinese orllc.-rs were available. PARII PAPERS 0*?PO*M INTERVBNnOM. Part*. Oct. 19. The "Journal lies Debate," in an artic:,* on the situation In the Bast, says The European Towers cannot interfere in any aray with .lipan's rapid sm.isei The condition ..f affairs In I'hiiia is certain to Jeopardise the safety of foreigners residing in that country. Russia win contest ihe annexation by Japan of Corea On that point th.* Russian Government li Inexorable Th.* "Plaaro" says: Europe lia* no tiitht to meddle with the troubles I in the Baal as the Chinese an.l Japanese Govern m. nt* nevei meddl. with matters which do not con* eei i them Lol I Rosebery'i policy tn* failed I within a m.mth in Kui-.p.-, Asia and Afrlcs THK AMEER BETTER <>X OCTOBER IS. PARTITION OF Al", ill AM.sr AN Ms'. r.ssi;|. m; pREftttlON ON LONDON BTOCK RXCHANUf* Sm.li. Oct. is Advices from Cabul, underdale of I. toner IS, saj thal the condition ?f ibe Ameer bad I moro x ed Ht. Petersburg, Oct 19 The ".v..voe Vremya" that In tin* event of mir..rv intervention In Afghanistan on the p.rt <?: .'nat Rrltaln, Ruaata vni be obliged io lah-1 slmllai action. Thia the papei says, will necessarily lead t,. th<* partition ol Afghanistan between Russia ard England, I.or,.1,ai. i id IS, Thi situation In Afghanistan had created so depressing an effecl upon rle- Si...-i< Rx change this afternoon lhal then was a sh rinks j-e In prices all around. Consols were : Ifl lower, alli ..)?.-. a securities w.re weak, and sew rai colonial loans receded fractionally. Russians were '* lowei ?ucl International bourse stocks were weak. BENNETT A.\l> ROTHSCHILD DISAGREE. London, Oct. IS. This paragraph will sppear In to-i.-ii., ion's "Field": Then* ia a hitch in the terms of the matches promoted by James Gordon Bennet! and naron i Rothschild al Nice. Mr, Rennet! decided In favor of tin- x ii ht Racing Association niles and ratlm*. while the I'.aron wiihe.l the matches t" be sailed ? according lo the nil-*.* of the inion .les yachts I'raic.alr. The I'.aron has handed his prizes to the i'm.nes Regatta Committee to be contented i only by French-owned yachts sailed under the 1'nlon rubs. Till". OARBAGB COMMISSION IN MONTREAL. Montreal. Oct. 19.-The cjimils.loners appointed j by Mayor Gilroy, of New-Tork, to lnve*tlK.ite the ! system etrployed In 'llff? rent parts nf tin* eountry for disposal of aarbagv arrived hera from Boston 1 thi* morning. Th**y vlslte.l the (irej-nry Farm In? cinerator, with which, after .he mode of operation hil been expla Ito them, the visitors expi I th. ms. h.- . - ?..-:.,> pleas, i They will "tart for home to-morrow. -a ROSEBERY AND KIMBERLEY IN ACCORD. RlTMORfl .'i' SBRlOL'fl DIPTEnKXCES BETWEEN THEM . IFEICI xl.l.X' DENIED, I.oni.iii. Oct, IS Thi statemenl made to-day by "The Pall Mall Gas -tte" thai grave dlffi n rices exlsl between Lord Rosebery and the Bari of Kimberley is officially denied, and it li asserted upon the same authority thal ihe Premier and lb? Foreign Beere* tr.ty are in perfect ac. ii I "The Gasette" said that l: waa reported al the Treasury thai serious differences had arisen be? tween Lord Roael.y snd the Bari .f Kimberley. The latter, ll was said, lefl the Foreign Office the day after tin* reeeni Cablnei Council and has nol since returned. l...r.| Rosebery transacted business al Ihe Forelgr Office las) w*.k. when the negotia? tions looking to European Intervention In the trou? ble between China and .lapin were In progress. ? ?-?? LAFATETTfTfl GRAVE DECORATED. xn EMBLEM SENT ex THE SONS OF TUM REV OUTION pi.A.'i:i> fPON rr. Paris, 0 t IS. More than IM Americans a* sembled at tbe tomb ot Lafayette. In the Plcous Cemetery, al :: o'clock this afternoon t.. perform th.* annual ceremony of placing an emblem upon the grave. Captain Nathan Appleton, of Boston, the lelegate of the Society of the Sons of th.* Revolu? tion, delivered a brief a.Mr.'ss anl deposit. I a bronse marker an.l tablet, tie- emblem of th-- ??. clety, upon the grave. Captain Appleton recalled th.- par: taken in the struggle f.i American Inde penitence b) Lafayette, and M Gaaton de Lafayette resp -. L-l . ither m. mb. rs ol the lafayette r were present, i* als > were Lieutenant Puay, Deputy Ri ?:..-at, : he xi irquis :? i "hs i .run. Newton Kus Us, i immandei '-..-.. ._-.-. Mri Dana and her daugh t. r. xi;-.- xii-th i .ni Fl. ' Singer, Erastus ; "arning, I nlte I Htati l-Oeneral Morss, Mi*-. Morse, Miss Mom an I m mi uthei ? DEPFTIE8 TO RESENT THE MAGNATES' \-' Tb ?N. Rixlapi it, . * ? 19 Tl ei imi er of I ??; ut li -. by i larne majoi will vote lo re ent the .? tlon of the il a*-., of Magnate* in refuslnii to make anj In the i .-? ? dom >f Woi lp hil Tl-..- Hebi ew qu turbed many K ir ipi ? mtrli ti r i; ? ? i ,? . ? - of a . ? nturj v. hi 'i a . - t , ipplj pi calli Ih. Idea ol ??: -. . Ihe en I of Ihe | ? ? Hun garj The Cham Iii ?? ; tx ne I : - .' ? ? 1 by the Wi kerie t'al.tni ri il ?? ? - to aral lo Hebrew ind equalltj rvltl i ? :- ti tants an I > ;?? ? k ' ': I ? X. 11 f ed of the f. Man ind MIMI.* Ak Hui pnpul ir mai I ? 11 - ? ate I", ? lt of a lol .1 ; ? IT..*" ISM, Ih.' I '? , " Ihe Unit free I -rn lu as well a t her non-Cat I ..... |ecte I principally to th. i rut ll*. >......? Prln e MlnlSlel l>r XX .-kr ! -. ? [ i . r- 1 Ihtl th. " . ll... I. wi I . . I ? ? ? ? i Lit. ?? I ? .- ? . he tor I he hoi ? .; ' .* 1 r. non;; thal the bill rn 111 be finallj pa*. 1. an : I! il then will ? air. sdy accused ol . .,.'-. tn. I: . maniana ol Tranaylx'anla -A*- - DOWAGER IM'."III"..-IS OR MONTROSE DTINO 1/ - lon. Oct IS It I* rep >rte I thal the Dos f Montrose, n racea hoi :. imi ' "Mr Mar.- n." il Ij ? '.ir.- I > .wager I hieh< -? of Mon) rose, ut a ' nd Baron Decies ibe area born lc ni* ant wa* mirri- I to the f..ur:h Duke ot M .1 ti ' n 1*74; afters ard to V tlrllnj uh, ... I ii ."vi. ?n.l aler a I '-*? I " I ll. rj Mot,el ? CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT BALLOTS IINET OENKRAI. HAN. i>'X HKCIDBS . 'I I . TH1:'. xi i x UK m Hill RED. Alb -it. ?* . > ? ' ? Ml .rn- \ ii- t. ei il Rai ? I i . it, ide Ihe '. .'I .wins ' ? ' ?? dti'l ai ? ? uncii.!m? ni Thi ; roi ? ? ASEl \'.' POR I I.I QI rsiTIO\ jtRoriKf.TN ? k ii .xx in . M I*ITU ll I' ? ' ' \ ; ,, . . t ?? t.overnoi Plower ha pal ??! iv, of I ? ??. . In an ar pl llloi ' ' Lea ls and Porii ne xi c. ? ind foi rand la. ? ' ' ? Ihe hon.' Lewis's nm:l , ? H ,,; h ..-. ? ? ii X ? I ' ??. were sold and : ? .... ? la-hin.: widow, lioi 1 ? ti I Ihe I ? , .ml I ? tl.n,plain... ' In Ihe I ? No 57 XX illou.l,1 , s- . Ilrnoklj ll. i.. a i and Ihe -.*..an i ?? In Sen ton, Th.-, hiv.* retained .-\ Governoi l-oiu ul '?' ..... ounsel H.,i ta- has I Ina a hearlns In Ih. lr i- hs i bi fore lie | are acted upon. The Governor has se! Ihe caae ilon I, foi :: o'< loi k lo moi row moi nina lr,,-ton . .? t I'. Xh -. >' .Xl . 'lex-eland and Bd win .' i..--.vis. who wera arrested ,.t Newton ihe other i i-ht charred with lar.enj of property from Mrs Sarah l-ewl . ol Rrooklyn, appeared In the Muni.-ipal .'nun again to.i.n. xt the request of then counsel a continuance wa* smut.-,I until ii, tot,er ?;.; Mrs flex-eland and l*ewls ara both out oil ball - ? ? THIRTY-SIX TUOCSAND LOOMS IDLE. I ii.-A iii.i -ti:i ? WEAVERS WORg t*TON THI STM PATH I I'S ni' ia t.i. RIVER OPERATIVE*, AM> THE STRIKE IS ON X'JMN Pall River, Mssa, Oct. IS Three demonstra Hons ha**e I.ri mads tm thc pul.lie street* nv striking weavers during Ihe x.-'k, th-- purpose being t.. Induce Ihe operatives effected by th" re .lu.-ti.ui In wages to remain away from the milla until the same concessions m.- made lhal were made t.. the spinners ? weel ago They have i.i.n successful to Ihe extent that this afternoon hail!-. Z3.000 mil ?,f IJ9.000 looms were In operation. The reault <.f Iheae parades has been that the manufacturers ar. io night In doubt whether lo clo ? Ihi mill another fea weeks or run along and "five the excited xs.,i \ n s chance lo wear ..nt theil feellna*s i in \ isil I X's ACCIDESTAT, DEATH A dlapatch ia**t evening from Hancock, S. \*? ?aid tl ai xii- Uohlm mn, s real ei late de der - f this 'ii*, "hil.- hunting for partridges al Shla take, Sullivan County, on Wednesday, aceld. . i shol hlmaeii and died v. iterdaj morning Ile fell t. the :-i mnd and i he gun a as .lr i har;-. ?! Charles W Rohlmann waa .. real estate dealer al *Co. "'. Howery. He I'ved al No HS Basl Kightj sr\tn st. Hla wife i ui \ Ives bim. JUSTICE THWARTER l\ TROT, Troi-. N. X'. Oel 19 Tie* iuiy in Ihe trial of Policemen William H Butcher, chanced alth aid? ing ano abetting Illegal irotlng In the Thirteenth Ward in Ibis dtj al the election lasl March, cam. Into .-..un thi morning, wllh County Judge Mc . iu din, of Esses .?.,iint>. presiding, and ren dercd a verdict of "not guilty." In :, ha ral ng the Jurj rhe .lu i. ? ... 'It Ts now propel foi r, Com t.. espr*ss an opinion, and I will sn. thai the Court thought lhal the evidence aarranted a verdict or ? or vi. lion X oi ii- dis rhargeil ' The mn,h. i in which -le. tlon inspectors run tin. *s in Troy was brought oul thi- afternoon al the trial of James Scully, Pells Brennan and Ales ender Vosburxh, Inspectors, Indicted foi violation of the Ll.* -ti.<n la-1- One witness testified thal s repeater with ? white patch on hla face voted three tn* twice within ten minutes. Scully, when :.?? received th" challenged vote, sai.i thal two n u could have si.tillar patches Alioth.- witness tes? tified thal i mai. named Snowden I. .Ilk voted on bli (witness's) nar;'.? in hi* presence Th- witness waa inl-l m "<S"t io h * -ail <>f here." un.* re? peater came in f..r ihe fourth time, and was told bj the board to -"rt ..ur instr:.*' Ml -ney K<ily mid the cort that he had been a*k*-.| by s member of the Committee of pu. ll. Safety io pul s question to the witness The COUrl heel thal lt was propel for that committee io assist inc District-Attorney in securing convic? tions. IX THE TOILS OF THE LAW. santa PE officials AND 0THER8 IN? DICTED. six IRDICTMENTi MX' .x FEDERAL cr. wu 'CRT? EX-PRE8IDEKT REtNIIART AM' NELSOK MORRII AMOXd 'I'llK KL'MSER. chicniro. Oct ii' .-'iv Indictments were returned t..-.biy by ih.* Federal Grand Jury In connection with tin- investigation which has b ? i conducted by th-- Interstate c..-:.ncr ? c mmlsslon. Tie names ,.f the Indicted persons were withheld by the attorneys for the Government and the Com? mission, their reason for observing secrecy being that the warrants for their arrest would nol be pla.I In the han.ls .,f the United States Marshal until to-morrow, and it sras feared thal thr.:' them, who were n >l as prominent as the others, might elude arrest by leaving the city, The n.inies of :he three mos! prominent men Indicted are known Th.-y ar" Joseph W. Relnhart, ex president and ei receiver t the Santa Fe Rail? road; John A. Hanley, es irani manager nf the Santa !?"'?; Nelson Morris, presld nt of the Nols ui Morris <*., shippers and packers of rn--.it ?it the Uni on Sto k Yards. The thr. n ini.-s an* noi kn..uti ar*- raili ad men who are or have been connected with the Santa I-'-. Rail? ton l Tl,.* railroad men are charged with violating tlc- Interstate t? mmi ree la ? Ing r. il t-i shippers ox'er the lines nf the Santa Pe sys? tem. Th** Indictment against Relnharl .1 ? .. thai In April and < >ci ?'?<? r. I ?:<:. a lille he a . acting as pr. ddenl ? :' the Santa 1'- f* mpanj', he paid a n bate f la a ir to Isaac Th imps ti. of Kansas City. Mi . n ? ? ? . il rloads n il tie shippe ! tu CM ag ., lb ls als . charge I in Ur ? Indi ins ni with i a; Ing i h iles I ? the .; ll. I lim-,- md Company, f Hammond, Ind., on lal ge shiptn* nts ni l. In the ;. ie ? : Nels >n Mon , tl -. I f rn.-n: 'Res hal ? i - ?' ' lu C .? : ? I him by . , ir less pal ?' villi th" Ii.I Commerce C nuntssl' n, Thi se Indict a . : thi hal ge thal I 1. ? ks , f th. S uta !? '?? '' ; I In rel Lt. i withln the In Mr. ultu:. : .i ' ? ? Con lld to-night th* re Wi 'Hld tte -t r mp ex*l 1 > to . " ni Indictments against ill when they came to i. trie I. Thi : two years' nment ur a lin.* nf I ? thc .ii- n tl rn ol th ? ..ir t. -*. _ WU imi i < Ul I K ROBBERT. ?a r?Bx rt ? ? ?? nte c.i or the y. I: n I "NI ie R x RH ? 'ire. ? x . M.-l I, tl - i ted 1 ' robbei nf W I laj X', '. ? ? ? ? ? irv. h> I" .urn., talkative "Where ?!' : ? ? i ? ? - m before . mi t with ld. ni " hi "I CS ... . rr ,,,. there to a Small ; ? r Cl ter I'arl I ??'-.. hurt w bili Irj r..; to boa ni a ti ? ? . t -. " Ile prove I in a further >? >n*..???r atlon tn be well .-'lu'-ate't mi! shrew). In another ? iiivei atlon with a detective he said he bad lefl Washington on a frelgh' ti lin an I went to i 'umbi ? ind, ? i,* Pittabt r? and *' - - s on hrs a tv to . 'Inrlnnatl when he n elve I hie li I ? the Ile neal I'irk he pn ;- ire I to get off tl nd hi iuld nol ? ? a lt waa nm yet daylight When h swung out from the ? ir and Iel ? ? he could n il sse where he wa . ng to land Ile .'tru'k the si:, of the eriit.iinkm.-iii. hi* f....t l.-in-lim- in .. i I him to br' ? leg He r died dot for ava boura before ai "The Ad un* E?| prise | ? ; ? ? iugh their atl ?n ys r the i found In Morten ni n mr ? ? . ? rr *. a i i iv hom ll . ? ? ntl ; ' lt ? I ? - ? ? I ? !?:?' i .th ... ... Thi ? ' ? ? i. rnor o'i'. r ted to I ere I I lin \ r. i.-h this ? Ity befoi I ?-.:,. .- the ? 11\. ,-; ? ken I , RI hmond and turn.. 1 / \ '?' / / X " / H." I III H I /''"X -.7"V Plttsb ..-..' ? donel Isaac F. I ll.mululu I' Ile w ; . ll il ll. ? ...i. .in imi* rtanl .:. i active part In the et ni ..f the ll . .v..nan || ; uldlc, h ivlns . om ?; ml h ittei v of the Rev il i rhe lew tlovernm.nt. he said to-day, was non iirmiv establish. I snd no ippi henslon* were felt for ll x tlon tn the I'nlti I States will, he thinks, I i , ii .ii .-?? o' \ ?: n i m il rn lion In thi ry, no tc it '.-r a t. it ;. illtlcal ;? irt\ Colonel I'.r-.in.i ci says .. committee ls noa on .t ! waj r. Waahlngton lo try ai I . ?? . pension of [ ti.. .?o fr in thi* Government f..r th. ? ?* Queen They have slopped at Vincennes, Ind., to vlsli ? , qualntan ? - i',lionel Hr.itin >n ls a n.i:I*.-- of Schuylkill County, this State, and il the clo.I Ihe Civil xx'n was i munal, ht nf the Wth Pennsylvania Volunteers, If Ulluokalanl li i I been ol pure K mah i li m I an I the royal rai ?-. I 'ol mi I Itrann i says, ? . .ul I nol hu*.- been oxrerthrown, hut the f?el thal wa* .,f h.-uro blood estranged many of th- better rlass ..f wealth* and educated Kanakas :i. says !.. can personal*! vouch for th" truth ..f the stories ai nil h.r Intoxication In r'l-- ? fr ? r BAA EtOHT tX-RPSRASDS LITIXO. Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 19 In the divorce couri here yesterdaj Marj Knubbc waa ?? defendani and her husband, Edward Knubbe, charai I thal was a h it, -i il lia'.kitl and .in ? -viii*, -ll-.|. \ woman, having on nine than one o - cs used Mm io Buffer serious .io- bj I t preparation ?<( ut -,\ hoi. some foo I, Among the aitn. for th husband were r,..u rx-husbanda of me woman, and it : vetopet-In the trial that thr.there are living in . ihlo The es husbands told I is I u ?* ba I wedde I the woman and had llred of their bargain because ,,f her bad habit i me ol the i * riiat ii p.. ni the return of the woman while ihe a is his wife siter ' week's spree he ran aa iv fi im her and did noi kn*** ih*u sin- had ever been divorced. The present husband, thi ? venth on xii Knubhe's usl nf mali Im ml il eon i on', re l to bring In thi three tnlssin in the event thal the Cu .i ? a ai nol it (siled thal a divorce shoiii I be sr int. ?! him Tri of Ihe much niarri,- tl woman. .1- told ' |-, four husband* present, were lurtlclent, and Mr Knubbe m ? < 1 ? ed from ; in a ? : tor ot) po matiImonl il u Iveni BEXTSnoAB MRS DRXOVXCF. /'"/' WRW TARIFF Sin Francisco, Oct, vj The American Reel Sugar Producers' Assoclatloi held their .numil mi here yesterday and elected rh., following officers; pi ld. rt. Henry R '?n ir I, of Grand Island, \.-'. ; vlei president, Thomai i: Cutler, of I#ehlgh, ITtah: secretary, Jsmes Catlin, of San Francisco. r< lutloe * were adopted denoum Ina t'n- n 'nw eratic party for enacting s tarli! las which ls .|... dared r., be antagonistic lo the iufar-pi Interests of America and "dishonorable, uneconomic end unpatriotic ' RF.CXWS OF BEW-JERST VOLUXTRER. l.aml.erivlHe. X J., Oct ll Th* fourteenth an? nuli reunion of the IB tn Regiment New Jersey Volun? teers wa* held nt Flem inowii to-day. Al a meet lng i-i.-i-i la th.- morning officers r*.r the en lin i , year wera elected, and r.>r the Bra) lime in Its hKt .rv the association elect* i four yaong a imen : Mis* Mirri- Warlord, .xii** Laura Keeler, M.*.*. Ann.1 Misson anil Mi** Minni,- Rurgstrssser hon* , urary members. Th.* meeting was addressed by ? Comrade Captain John dhie' ii, Republican candidate for State Senator. At 11:10 o'clock tir* veteran* -ml rh.- local tl;*.* company paraded through the town. Many politicians were nreeent. ?I. PIRRPONT MORGAN IN A RUNAWAY. THE RANKER AND * FRIEND THROWN OUT OF A BUOOY AND OVER A STONE WALU Highland Fails, x. Y. Oct ll (Special).*?As J. Pierpont Morgan and Jacob C. Rogers, of Boston, were driving past the cadet barrack at Weat I' int las) night their hone took fright and ran away Mr-. Morgan headed the frightened ani? ma! for a *i ne wall, and stopped him. The sudden Shock threw ii .th Mr. Rogers and Mr. in across tm- wall, hut beyond a few bruises they escaped ni-unus injury. ANOTHER TRAIN ll F.I.I) UP. FOUR UA8KED MEN ROB A THAIN OK Till* TEXAS A.M. PACIFIC. Port Worth, Tr, Oct 19. Four masked men held up i Texas sad Pacific train at Qordon. Four to ten thousand dollars were stolen. Thc iiiin crew first saw there was something wrong when they ?.-r>* four miles eas: of Qordon. The section gang was Bagging the train, and lt was se.n thal i rall had leen removed. After two of the robbers had covered the engineer and Il reman with their rides and walked th.*m In front ot the engine, two more ...' the gang made their lippi trance The whole sang th.-n forced the t'r.* ind engineer to .xalk ahead of them to th h. ar I for.I the no reenter to open th.* ii.>or had i.n opened the enstl ni.-in ex | ? loor. After th O'."H. Oil*"I II1C 111.Ol ll,I'l lll-l'll 0(?|-I|.-l| 111.* .-1IK.I neer and liri man were taken back to their en-tine by ; .\o ?-'. the robbers The two who remained to loot t'-n- expreas car took every valuable package except those u, the through safe The handle to tl, .om'.ina'imi of the through safe was smashed hy the robbers In their .notts to force it, but all auld do was to batter the safe badly The kvhleh was In thi through safe, belonging Texas and Pacific foal Company, waa go Ina to Thur i-1 to pay off the large number or" m>-n ired In the mines there One package wblch -town -o I--"., i. iik.n contained 11.000 The crew .ay thai th* robbers did not occupy mlnui ri the J ib, and acte I as ? f li np ? -.;?? i li nee "The rob ..- p- an eve on the mail clerks, but <at>i not h ;?..,- the mali p uches or passengers, The work v. i lone so quietly and quickly thar the pasaen* int thal rmi th.n< of the k'ml was tran plrlng until it was nearlj o\<t. It ls lupposed i had fedi rates In hiding nearby, ;....-? i, to ..ll the gang In escaping, because i- ir the rallro id. 1 i he i hers .ps.ipi-arel, the train wi* run the throttle wi i open to (Jordon, fr.m which illway express ai I county ofllcera were . bj telegraph of the crime. Posses were . pu the I ndita When th irrtxred ar Thurber an engine loaded arith a i for business was found walting under head of sb im, niel it waa hurried to the SATOI.LI WILL CUT THE RED HAT. XKNOUNCEMENT MADE FROM BALTIMORE HIS PRESENT RELATIONS EOT TO BE DISTURBED. Baltimore, Oct, IS.?The Most Rev. Francis Sa tolll, xblegate to Hi-* Holiness Leo XIII in Ameri? ca, ls ti !??? made a Cardinal of :h*. Holy Roman i- Church Thia much la ail that .-an be ?? l with certainty. In addition to the fact that the Ai ? ??HI be m.b* a Cardinal, the most ?i ii ii r .ii - thal he will probably be named ? the next Consistory, and that the next ? rj will convene In 'Home mo*t probably In December of thi? year. CliOn his helnu named . . ; lina] h. will receive the r-'d beretts and i,.. invested with his new dignity In th.* cathedral al Haltlmon In so far as I* known now. his ale* vatlon to the Uardlnalate will In no manner dis? turb his official relations with th.* Vatican touch? ing the I'lmlnistratlon of hi* peculiar duties In the United States. trchbtshop Batolll. th** Apostolic Delegate, who lt has i.n announce.!, will soon i>.* created a Cardl irrlvi 1 In this city last night from Montreal by the s 15 o'clock train. Oeneral xx'iiitnm Booth was rn the same train A cali was made at Archbish? op Corrigan's residence later, but it wa* sai.i there ll ? nothing was known about the arrival of the Delegate The aams was sahl at the home of Father Lavelle, rector ?f Hie Cathedral. Lan* ot th. . i ? Ii i-XC-ll EECOTEEIKQ FROM THE FAXIO. Ing, Mich., <"". i? Commissioner Bherwood, Banking Department, bas e .mpiet-d of the reports ,,f the im banking In ' mr trust ? business ? ^n Ina their c mdltton . i 'totter - ?tal r- >urces of these Institut! ns an FK.5M. ibllltle* ire m i le to hal fee. ? - - ? ...', ,slti if Plot Ki ii sine- the Julv 1" Thei ???.- ise In total I - ' ' ? vldence th il . Irawi fr inri h inks lui - Kain fli ? .: Its w iv Ir.io in 1 thal Star,* banking li ire in ?ni condltl >n a in:: FXaiXEF.R*S UTSTERTOTS HUTU. H ? ?'? inclsco, Ocl '.'i a body washed ashore ' r ? ? lei tl I aa that of J, H .. civil engineer who had been living r rh** lasl few x ears. Ills . iii. ?:. atti t.. learn n hether li ins the result ol murder, accident or suicide. Mr sti ..as a man of cheerful disposition, and wi.i financially embarrassed. Farly In Si ? mbei he announced lo soi ?- I his friends ? is . .'ic ro Arizona to look niter soc... ? li t, rei I lhere, i id lia** nol i ??? n heal 1 di ?? then Mr Strtedlnger lr.cl lilied many dhle positions When the Government I out New York Harbor he worked with ? ? il lohn Newton, of the United State* A.rtny. s ho supervli ?? i rhe bloa lng ? ins ir: Hell Cate Later he was .: the Magdalena improvement Com? panj i- -ti utati .?' Colombia, anl wi*, manj of rhe other South American He a*as ? member ol the American So .i -\ of civil Engineers, the Te hnlcal Society of , iifi.i Civil Kn rc -r, ar..i the California letv SCFFERIXO Enu THEIR lAWLBSSXBJSA St. (.oula, Oct. ll Although a short time has i since rh,, leaving ol orders by the Pacific Rx ress I'ompat f thal M more money should be received at Hs offices In th- lil 'Inn Territory r. r transportation, bualness In the Territory his Peen ttl eti I, and complaints ure already be Kinnlna lo be heard ol the scarcity of money. s i Fuller, general superintendent of 'he PncinV Kxpress oin; ai,-, at St. Lottie, sahl to dav: "\X**j have I.I ..ur -noriey and valuable-package busi? ness in the Indian Territory, 1 know lt will work .iconvenlence, bul we cannot afford to keep it up anj longer under th.* conditions which exist ...ir earnings will nol pay for our loss.** lhere, not io mention the danger of having our agents mur? dered xx .* hope the inconvenience caused by the closlns "f this hrnn.-h of our business .viii brink; ih... clUxens of the Territory to a proper reallaation of the fae! thu If they wish us to carry money for their l?*netlt they must afford protection." r\i> OF Tin: TOFOLOBABPO scheme. tkbllene, Kan. I "-t ll' Th.* end or* the m.-at Topolol tn;.. Colony is complete The tina! act is the suspension of n-< paper, "The Integral Co? operator," yesterday. The paper was published by tbe colonj ? pn ildent, t" li Hoffman The colony h , been n i lually i islni itround f ir rome months th--th dissension In Ihe ranks, and bul few colon! t i remalli al the front As many a.* can are ennui.-, hom*' Others are taking their share i ? il. colony's lr.r;,ls nnd strrkin.-, mit for themselves t,, make homes anions the Mexl ans. alvina up ali hone of the ro-opcration which promised so much a fe* ?? irs ago ll ls estimated thal fl,.??>..??-. j,,-,* i,,.,.:i sunk In th., scheme, and nothing whatever I, i bi en retui ned us schexcr rs a /.??.??<? 11'irr oexeral. ilbany, '? i lt Governor Flower retur.1 from \.-a York this mornlns and resumed work al his ,1,ik in the (executive Chamber. An early caller .?.as Martin Bchenrk, ex-State (Engineer and Sur? veyor, .Oin received from th" C.Vet'HOI' .lil ap pointiii. nt as chief of engineers on his staff The position is an honorarj one, but culls for thc tn r vlces of a civil englneei and carries with lt th. rank of bri idlei general The appointment ls marbi m nil a vncancj caused bj ihe resignation last winter or I'rofessoi Palmer C Ricketts*, of Trov, which, ii ?as alleged al the urn.-, grew mit of the he,...c., , ' tween the Oovernor and the Troy I'ommlti.' Safety respeotini the conduct of the Shea minbr trial. ?. ?? - THE FRESIDKXrs TISITORA TESTEBDAT. Ruasard' Bay, Miss. Oct ll-. Isidor Straus, of New-York, ? Hilve, 1 on the noni train to call on the Presldeni Hs xvus not expected. Mr. Cleve laud WU enjoying Ms last sall down the hay on Ihe Ruth utan his vlaltoi arrived, .ml did not return until the middle -*1 tbe afternoon, when he saw Mr Straus for a short time, Atub.issa.lor Bayard anl Miss Cleveland, tbe President's slater, arrived on an evening train from Roaton They were met ot Hu/..rul's Raj station by Mrs. Cleveland and were Immediately taken to Cray Calder.. This ls Mr. I Jay n rd's Ill'-: visit here. He expects to return to Roaton to-morrow, wh.-r.- he will spend Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Warren, after which h.* will enter the campaign In Delaware, lt ls learned lo nlKht that thi President and his family will leave here next week, as previously announced. GRANT REPLACES STRAUS. TIMM ANTS SAD P LIGUT. ITS NOMINEE Fort MA YUK FINALLY DB CI.INKS To RUN. XX1TII I'lFfl.'IT.TY. THE KX-MAVOR IS PnEVAITaTJD ON" Tu PACE THI* OVERWHBUCim PEFBAT WHICH IS IN* BTORE Km: THK \VP*XVAM? ins OPPEKCTM WHILE sHKRITF AND I'llTKSTAirl.K ItK'uHI) A3 MATOR CABEBE as a BPORTINa MAN*. Nathan Straus yesterday declu*ed thc nomina? tion of Tammany II ill f .r Mayor of N". w-York. Ex-Mayor Hugh J Cram Stepped forwird to fill the breach in th.- Tammany ticket .aused by Mr. Straus's' retirement, and so became th" head and front nf the mer enary gang of despollers and blackmailer.-* who have so long Infested thia city and whom th- poop's have determined to drive "Ut root and branch In spite of the Jubilation ami seeming delight with which the chant,'.' from Straus to Grant ".xis xxelcimed by the Tammany Hall politicians, lt waa plain yesterday that not one in ten looks forward to anything lesa than complete and ovirwhelmlng .lei'eat ..n November I Th" Tammany Hall lenders xvho had held a sorrowful cession at th.** (Inion Square head? quarters cn Thursday evening aeparated before S p. m., fully aware that Mr. Straus had made up hts mind P. decline, finl realizing also th- desperate straits in which this left tha . rganlxation. Before adjourning they bad /$t. V ~v. mkgs p****!* HUGH ,i. GRANT, unanimously offereu the place which they knew would become vacant on th" morrow to Hugh J. Crant. Ile m..t an their arKiiinents with a statement that his obligations to his business ass .'.ates made refusal Imperative with him. M.iv..r Cllroy joined his voice with the rest, and bibi Mr. (Jrant that as !,e had been partially responsible for the frightful State I.i which Tammany Hall was left bx urging Mr. Straus'! candidacy up in the organization, he should not hesitate to accept the consequences and take up the standard which Mr. Straus had thrown down. WHY CRANT HKSITATED. r>tirlng Thursday evening anl far into the night Tammany distict lenders \l?!tel Mr. <'rant's home, in Weet Bexrenty-thlr-1-st., to urge him to make the sacrlfl ie. "Those xvho went ? arly found there Senat r Edward Murphy, jr.; Richard Croker and John M. Bowi rs . n the rune ? riaii l. Tin- itreaki -?( approaching sunlight began t. ''limn*.! in the east before the ex Maj t wan ;-:t a.-ire. The) bad lucceeded in getting him to promise tha h. xx aid accept th*- nomination under certs In i id is lt wu-i plain, however, t. every man who ap? proached him that bi being ? can* did,I'-. There were "pots in ins ..iii-;:., recora" upon whl li :.*? .iii n.t care to have the tear a Ughi again turm J. a. i.. Kinkead, Mr, Straus'a private secre tuy. who hal b -n '.:.," ti. i to k. ??-.esler on Thunda} ri i.? -x: ii Mr, Straus's "ulti matum" to David li. n... n * ted New-Tork on his return trip about ":*t0 .1. ur yesterday. The reply of ?-*??: itor Hill t.. Mr. Straus'a flimang tit,il tin- candidate foi (lovernor should lefu** to allow his na-..- . ? .??.?,;?.: on any official ballot xvhi h ?;;. i t on tain :!,? name of Mr. Straus for May r pi ix i u be only a verbal one. Mr. Kinkead inform. i .Mi. Straus that Mr, Hill NATHAN STRXT*?*. -.alt that he "wonld consider the matter and send an carly reply " STR.Xl'SS FORMAL WITHDRAWAL, Mr. Hill's mess,iK>' xv.is dc ?idedly unsatlsfao tory to Mr. Straus. Ile put on his over-oat and s:art**d f..r his headquarters, in the I'nlon Square h itel. On the way ex-Mayor Cram met him by appointment, and the two reached the hotel together. There a paper was speedily drawn up, rind Mr. sm.ms algned lt. It waa the n dice the law requires shall be sent to tin* Po? lio.- Board by can lutes '? lining a nomination, and read aa follows: To the Board of Police C -i mlssl mi I - I hereby notify von that I decline th.* nomination for Ma) r ' tbe eltj of Near-York, tendered to me by the Democrat I part) In tht city of New-York. NATHAN STRAUS Pated Kew Yoi*, i ? t. lt, ISM. william E. Stilling*, Tammany lender nf the XXVIIlth Assembly H..-??ht and the BbertlTg counsel, is a no::it". public and he obliged Mr. Straus by appen Ung the legal n 'tarlal certificate tn the note of declination. The paper xv.is s. nt a: mice to Police EIea4* qll.l I :. rs Mr. Omni returned to bia business . tn.-.* at No. 2t'.i Broadway, and Mr. Btraua went hack io his pln<.t' bunine***, feeling bk.* a man who has laid down ? m ? op| re asl ve bunl.-n. Mi*. Straus and his friends iri! foreseen tile cer? tain defeat of 'iw Tammany ticket, and hie "ultimatum" iddreseed to Mr, Cl xv.is simply the method thal Mr. Straus adopted f >r getting out of a brid scrape. Mi Straus held a recep? tion al bis home, No. IM Weal Beventy-aeeoM st., last evening, and was warmly congratulated by ids friends and relatives on escaping the clutches of the Tamman) tiger, Tin* Tammany Hall Executive Committee was convened so,.tr after n o'clock at -the Wits. xv,un. Police Commission* i* Jatn*?a .1. Martin presiding, and th.* vacancy on th>* ticket waa again offer**! to Mr. Orant. A cbbb* mlttee made up of ex-Senator George w. Plunkltt ex-County Clerk Keenan. M-Ragfatag Reilly, James XV. Boyle, T. I>. Sullivan and Colonel Michael C. Murphy xv is appointed to wail on Mr. (.rant and turk bim to accept the nomination. it waa noted that Mayor Gilroy, Henry D. I'urroy and Corporation Counsel Chark did not attend the meetlr.g. If either of them amt any explanation lt was not made public. The only reason advanced at Tammany Hall for their absence waa that they were only ex-ofllclo mern*.