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PACES 13 TO 16. tUmxtt SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1895. BAIL FOR TAMSEN'S MEN. ?pjUBE. SVHOR? AND SCHNKER GIVE IK'NI iS. ffty PtU'.l'.irr I.KNIKS THF. ST. H'Y Ttl\T UK SMI) POaTNlTI WA? PROMI8BD HIM. hit IT MAUK THK GG??.?" rK?iSK<-CT?iKS ??,??. jrsT thi: sami:. ?f-Warderi Raahe nnd ex-Keeper? .?-?choen and ?chneer, who were Indktfd for permitting the ^,,?? of th? i' ?tonVe thieve? from Ludlow Btreel T?ji on July I, gave tell at the District-Attorney's gcho.ri wa? arreeted Thursday night by Do ?jettve-eerg. nta cut and McNaught, and taken ??tha Wati : Attorney's office yeaterday morning. u? was found Ii a tearoom In i.udlow, near Riv ?ggeya-et . laal night, and lm-ko,? up at Bead? Quarter?* Abr.ihai'.i ??*??, was ?it tiie IHstrl<*t-Aliorn> \ 's ? stprla> morning He sai'l he represented en? ?tVarl?" Henr) V Raabe and Schoen. and Would niio rep?? ? MK LINDSAT MAKKS A DENIAL. aaMre t..- much Indignation yesterday morning ?_.??,? r t-Attorney'a office at Sheriff Tamaen'? wp0rt. : - .? which the latter now disclaims, jwt h>? ? ' ' falrl) treated bj the pros-ntoi??. AC.in??' itrict? Attorney Lindsay ?lcnlel that im ?nunl'v ' booti pi imlsed to Bherlfl Tat*n?en by t pi? ?? mey'a office In consideration of a?? pati ? .. h? had given Tammany Hall. ??lmrr: .? was noi promised Sheriff Tamsen." teasid. 'Thi very Idea of ?uch ? thing la atssurd.** ???/a? the Distrlct-Altorney'e office anxious to gel sjgssiei idlrted**' Mr. Lindsay ????? asked. ??Jet ? rr anxious In his ea?? than In that of ??rtob ? if-e," ?as the reply. jt ?,- '.,irne?i later thai KecoMer ("?off h.-vl flxel ???I tall ' " l.'ial'?'. S':in.??: :???1 S-ho-n at ?2.G-?). gtgsSaigh '? arere Indicted on the same charge as gyrlf! Tamsen. Raabe, Bchneer an.l Bchroen ar Indict? I ui 1er Boctlon ?? One of th? ?? Istanl Diatrtct-Attorney?, who d I ?ot w :; to be quoti I Indignanti] denied that th?? jjigtri ? '??" rney'? office ted promised Tamsen any *aggui CRITICISM ON TAMSKN'S COSOVCT. ?If Bherlfl Tameen wa? weak-minded enough,' aud lie. "to th :rk that the court.???>? extend) 1 to ?jib by the Diati ? Attorney'? ofBc? menni that lie w.i- to escape tment he was very foolish KTar-" ? ? saya araa ?? deal with this ..ill. - by vhich he ?a? t?? escape Indictment, ?? thai any ?yajgber : thi DUtrlct-Attorney's office promised er half pi*otntaed nini Immunity, te ll.?? We know Uiat he ha '? ? numbi r of frien.l? ou the Orand Jury and that he tried to reach them His depul es wer. bang ? r.i: around th? Qrand Jury room nil the time agile the ' ??? Btreel ca*? was under congidera Don. There sma BOUM very unilerhar.tleu work going ?n.butti aplteot the fact ih>it sheriff Tamara waa known to hav- i?? rsonal friends on the (Jratul Jury, that bod] ?'.*. 1 unanimously to Indict him." Kx-K.?? p-r Edwa ? lincei nirlv?ed at the nu? tr? t-Attorney'a I il 11 15 o'cl :k Senator 1 ? othy "Dry Dollar" Sullivan was with S -hneer a:. I ? be hla bon :?man. Ex*Keepei 8 ???? Pive bonds before J" !?,? Alli? son a: '. ?. Sullivan ?.???tit on hla bond foi RMO A tern moment? later ex-Keeper S-ho-n's honds tmar, srrlved. He was Philip Fa he), a baker, of So. If Sufi m ..? ime li hl? ?hlrt s!.??, he wa? lg auch haste Fabel qualified aa boi I man, giving lid.,... worth -f propert) a? security. Bchoen's wife ???a?, bunting all tne morning foi ? bondaman ???G Jicr hual snd. Cx-Warden Raahe turrendered nt the District Atton.-\ .s office m 3 M p. m. John ?'. Welgold, Burniture lealer, of So Sn Bast One-hundred-and? thirty-. .?.-hth-xT.. wen? on his boni Th? bond w.i?. retlft-? before Ji.?:? ??? Jerome. ..f ite Cour! of Bpec.a? Session?. Raabe appeared to ?? cheerful and ara smiling as he left the building in company with ta las v-r Actirtr I'istrlct-At tornev Lindsay said thit no tilt bad been fixed yet for the trial of Sheriff ?Ss-acn. It is probable that Colonel Pellowa will tuilfrr ?Vaslstant Dlatrlct-Attorney Mclntyre to con tact thi case for the people. DENIED HY THK BHERI1T. ftenff Tamsen yesterday ?lerle??! that he had ?airi Bl) Thursday that he had male Tnmmntiv appoint? aient- with the understanding that h?? ahonlil not b? ?. I'-ted. an?! that ther- ha.l t.e-n a I?reach of fai'*h In the District-Attorney's office, He spok?? Vigorously on the subject to I'n.ler-Sh-nff Sh-r man who said to a Tribuni rep irter later, after the .-'r.e.-iff ha.) lef? his office: "There ?hk not one Wnr > of truth In th- ?tatement pulii.?he.1 in some of lh- morning paper? that the Sheriff hai talker! about ha?! faith He said nothing at all on the subject, ani ?:?? h.is ms :? no Tammany appoint? ment? slice he has been In office, a? everybody In the Shi Is too h'lrh mini. 1 a man to thtnk for a moment of mak?na any r'.-ai with Tammany jro MILK FROR SICK cons t? BE sold Ttlr PITT *t*THORITIEa TAKE ?????'??? TO IN ?URE THE HEALTH OF THE PEOPLE I'lVK MK.N AltREaTED I"'?!: AbCLTER ATl.sa vu.? Edward w. Martin, t t of th- H? ' h T**'! ?" ? Trenton, N J., yesterday ;<? l\reatlgate th.- report that anthrax bad appeared in herd- cattle In S w*Jersey, ani lo take mirratili ?t preventing an) milk from diseased cows teang ?eut to thla ll- telephoned to Presi lent Wil Bt*. ?' th? Hi ? ?? : ird, ir. ih?? afternoon that he ??vi consulted . Sew->Jersey state Son: : of Health ..? ? bad ree? vi poaKlve gasar? a??tei " ?! in? rn.lk fi ira Wi affiictH with an ?saf ? to be ?<nt ?. New-York An ?aveatlg ? KeW'Jeroey health authorities. *'* Martli them that ihe .iisea??*. ""'?'<s ? ? ' cattle in Cumberland ( ? I been ? it-eful.y quaran ??i ?' G tbe Hi Ith Board In this ???ty ? ? , thlt ? ? WOUld he ke,,t hy Mr. u u ..??.-?,, reveni sny cor.:a-n;nati , of the -ity'- rn.ll; supply Johr. r,:?? gk, of *??. -"'47 Thlrd-ave . John Brink ? . ..i No :.' ?? , ? : ty-thlrd et.; Ciarle? ?; Warner, of Xo, !.??! Thlrd-ave.; G*',r??'? Bi ? \?,. -?.T-ji Thlrd-av? . snd Joseph A sn, .,( \ , ?i?._?-, vVashii .?? ?.?.???- ar? ! - ? ? ?? ? . rane In tl - M .rr .?? mia ' ' ? .?. ? . irg? 1 b) a mil irv In ??**C!'?' ~ .?' -? . i.:.'?', Madlaon ?*?".. e\\b - literate?! rnllh Tl - pi I ft M trr< ?*"" ' '?? ,? ,?-.: testifle.1 lhat he i***Jp? ' ' ? and f .und SL*? contali ??.?,... ?:, ai I -? pel cm if water. ?"* '? ? thai ?:? \ .??.: ? thi mllh Jui "?)? b ?.??.? .... ?? t they .ili noi ki iw of th?? ?wilt.-r.,? .,; ?, .. ?..,. ,,,.,] iri nog ball e.ic'n for ? MEFLT Vi A COAHGE OF CEUELTT. ??*?*? KKm:i: .n DKMKS THE ??G?'?????? MADE ??? SOLI ??? "? ?: JAPH ? Inq-Jir?, ..? ?\, Hudson at. ?:.m.-h of th.- Kew-York ???spitai . ,.. |,v ., Tribun? repewter provtad , ' ?>. side? ( barare rnaote of the ?y ? ?? ?? itmeni of . patten! by or.f th ? ?B<4tJta]?, . ._ ,?,,,.,,,,, ?.-, japhn, -ick-i agtenl ?Ih? ;..;,; , ? ? ,,; Ctefltlea and f'orrectlon at tat on 1 rh-si. pier, submitted ??j* !" ? ? porter on Thurwlay, ? lying thai *<J'K';"r " l"rl ha! I"?n guilty ol cruelly **t:rikr spa . a.i a broken : ,? According . lh: ?? urgeon, Ineteawl of watting ff' * *" fted Hi? patient In hi? arti.? ati 1 **l?-,:: th? deck of trie l-iat '.n which he was ?*' lafeen ?. . ?;,,. ?.^.,.? japh? ?,.?? that the pa "! >?--???? tl) rrom the surgeon'? treatment th? IH,B* that the complaint waa inaile oui an..:?,s; ? a^wrtsng auxn, end the surgeons at thi House ol in Hu. !?or;-.-? . -. > thsl th? charge hai ni Rallef touri'lH W: "Th ?f R ?1'0" whl''v'r Uh*. M. K-i-.'.? ?a, Of the House iV-"f. rni'le thla stategaenl In resarl to the mi' wh aSB? ?as thit nf Tony Marlin.?, an Italian. ^* l<*S wa? brok.n In Mulberry-st. on Thurs.lay JJtUag. [). ,-]yi[. s Pord brought in the man. ?*'' ?'.t? ;. !? ? to hi? need?, ani In the af.ernoon ^orrjer,,. ,? wJm blm ^ ^ y^ ,. Tw,,.liv.Hi>.in. tior, _.r *h'" ""' '?""'? of Charlttea an.l Corroe ^*?? to have him tranaferrod to Ite island. I 1 pier a1","!1'' m *"' ? ???'??;..???- to th? Twetity-?lkth P?? 1,(71, ?' ?'"""?"? Hi?" .as- t?. Mr Japin. It may tbt ai?,,., :,lr '*li rui overalghl, hut. al any rat-. l*'??;?, ,''1" ?|?". for the boat which was to *?^????;"."--'?.??.1: ???! "hli? Malino was Mtlil In if? the wnrli,h rp wa?? *-o?'r"ly there to give It ex ??**? reaoh.a .?n "n 'hp P""r? Ah soon bm the pa "?*? b?*4n n.,1, . p*er in our ambulance he should "?? Correen/ ?or b>r th?* Department of Charities *SAmutu\^u.}t*.v*' thelr l'--?0'* to hold the boat ?^rwno had been taken aboard." THEIR SUCCESS PREDICTED COLONEL A. GORDON says RBPUBUCAN8 WILL SWEEP OHIO THIS FALL. ONI op THF. popt'Lu; MEMBERS of OOVEBMOB MKINl.KYS STAFF OT-AD TO KNOW THAT OEORQE h ?r?\ |g in favor of ins CHIEF FOB PRESIDENT -siti'a TIOM AMONO THE DEM(X*BAT8. Colonel Alexander Cordon, president Of the Niles Too: Company, of Hamilton, Ohio, and also S mem? ber of Qovernor McKlnley'a stiff, was al the im? perial Hot??] yestertlsy, Colonel Oordon has served on :he Qovernor's staff during !?,>tli term?, snd ?? ? ?arm persona! friend of Ohio's choice for the Presi? <!??n;lal nomination. !!.? I? an 'Englishmen by birth, .?"? that ?? ? remarkably fortunate thin?- f,,r Con? i:r?*ssmnn Paul Borg. At one time th'r?? ivas talk of "running" Colonel ??, rdon agalnai Mr. Borg for >' ' ??.-s.??, hut own!?,' to the fai-t that lie ha! neg? lected to tnk,? out naturalisation papers early enough, he -ras noi ? llglb'.e. Thai defect has been reine,lie?! now, a??1 it may he that Mr. Sort's po! Cal asp.rations v. M be CUI short hy Colone', ?Jori ?? s 'me day, as h?? la b vi rj popular man ln hla s:.i?,? He nays he is not In politics now. however, snd la .?;;np?y enjoying himself. Colonel Gordon hn?l just ilnlshel reading1 an Interview In The Triluine erJth 13? irge H. cox. ihe political leader of the Repub? lican parly In Cincinnati, when seen y?asterdsy bj a Tribune reporter. Looking from the paper, Colonel Oordon said: "I um glad to see that Mr Cos has declared him? self In favor of Qovernor McKinley for the G:?<; dentini nomination. Mr G?? Ii looked upon In the V.'iet as the foe of Qovernor McKinley. I see thai lie has lieen perfectly frank In speakinK of ;he case, sad says thai h?? .lo???? noi ilk? cartaio men sround tli?? Qovernor, but Ihat politically he is his friend ml will support htm Thai still remove a feeling of incertalnty. Qovernor McKinley ??, we all the sur?? nomili.??? of th? party, ani sre w.llsru. I l? Mm loyally, it ]?.,>ks .:k? .1 Republican walkovei In the State this fall. Buahnell alll i>?? elected Qov? ernor, sad ?a?? all! sweep the Legislature ' When aske.i who, m h,s opinion, would be th?? late of the I ?? mon ar ? lor the I lot ei ? 1 tins fail in Ohio, Colonel Oordon laid: "it ;,>,k> ?,, DM as if l'Hill Suri; is th.? avallali? candidale H.? is popular, and ha.? shown a disposition ?.? be lib ?ral with his money Whoever ihe randldate may !>.? it will ?.?? situi iy a . .is.? of ihi*owlni hlmi th.? breach Even Mr. Sorg, 1 think, realises ihat. bul he may be lookm?? forward lo BOtnethlns else Senator Brlce'e seal ?ill noi be vaca ? 1 until WS! In that time changes may be effe. led. I think that the Democratic parly ? II rev! ? ??hi,? for some years to come, bul Mi Borg has men ground him who think differently, and ll may be that he la willing to ko In and take th?? drub bin? In < Mer that he may hsi? a try f..? Sei ?.?..? hotiors In the futur.?. That la only conjecture, end It may not seem pmbnhie from the fai ? lhal ll is patent that Senator Brice atlshee to retain in? seal In Ihe Sena:? " Speahrtag of ex-?,overnor .lain???? F. Campb? the report 'hat he might ?.?????;: ih? nomli 11 1 ''.,;,.???? Oordon said "I do noi Think thai M ''ariiph, ',? -.van!? ?I We live In th? ? ? . , ' I I knon something of bla p..-.?- "hen haa been some talk .,' r : ttonal 1 rr- : ? pbell an! Senator Brice They maj have h ? ? some differencea over patronaas in th. that is al..on played our now, an.l I think thai thej h ive no qu irre] ??'' ? ,,?? The 1 nee?! to stand together ? -\ there ? ; few of them " 'olonel Oordon aya that the mon? ? qui doea not enter into thia campaign to an) .-? 11 ?\ tent. H?? Is ;m advocate of pr,,',.;:,,n '. ?? iti ?-? He sai : "I go around to 1 ? ? an I I s? >? things p ? ? . hot ?I ? ? ? ? ? -,,!:..? ? 1 ? Austria, ln another something thai Qermany, nr, ,?????? something from Rnglau I and so on Whai we s irit ..? ro arrangi thai th? American ma?, ?: , turei aa make a? ? w'th th? foreign manufacturer. \m-i trre.? BhOuM l>- patronised by Am??: 11 ". ., , Europe fights for American natronagi They look 1 upon ?!.?? Americane ai l?gitimai? prej Thi rans rjo not object to It. un?l nr.? victima 1?' ? .'usiom If Americani were to deal with .v??. ,-ans. all Europe would sinis-nute nr course, a man has a rl?ht to lo ariti] ' Il mone) a-, ?..- a ?he?, but it :?-? a deplorable custom." A HOY h ?ILEI) H Y MISS PLACIER. THK DAt'OHTEB "F THE CHIEF "F ONDNANCF. SHOOTS ? 1 Ri IT ? RIEF DEAD Washington, Au.? 2 Mis? Betsey Flsgler. daugh? ?er ,,f Qeneral D W Fisg>r, Chief of ordnance, ted States Army, shot and Instant!) kille?! ? r,Ion?) t..,\ named Rrnesl ..r??,?.?:. srho .?. 1- itea?lng fruit in the vari ,,f ih.? Plagier b ? ?-?-. Sa -'.144 Callfornls-sve., Northwest, aboul 11 o'clock tl 11. trini,' BoyB liai been in the ha:,li ,,' ????. ?? fruit :n ih?? ?ari f?r som? limi efl rta v.?-?.? mole t?. prevent It. nit with it - ; esa '!'?.;- morn ?? L ? ireen alth a camp ml m api ? .r.???'!? ..? csrrylng off th?? fruii Miss Flaalei aas them aril called fr .m the srlndoti ta the I ??? ealar th?? yard, (ut the warning sraa it,'?? I? 1 sin? disappeared from the wlndoa for ,?? f? w ????, on i??. reappeared w.'i. an arm? revolver end fired at Creen Th?? bullet entered hli bead, ?-a i-ihk in? stant leath Great excitement waa Brouaad amoni? th.- colored people who congregated Bbaul ihe scene, bui ins arrival "' the patrol wagon with policemen nil a quieting effect ?>n them, ani ihe bod; ?a?/ rem ved to th?? morgue. Miss Flakier wa? arre?ie,l Qeneral Flajgler is In Toronto. 1'fiada. MIhs Flaicier van- releaeed from . istodv ?ins even lag, the ?Or.ner's Jury deciding the affair ro I., ,, case of uninienttonal sh??nflng. EC S ERAL OF SIMON WOBMSER. SERVICES AT BIS IIROTHER'S BOMB WEM*. KNOWN PERSONS IN ATTENDAXCE The funeral of Simon Wormser, the banker, who died suddenly on Tueeday night, took pia ?? yestei day afternoon from the home of his brothel Isldor, N<?. *v\ Flfth-sve The body, Inclosed in ? ham! ? ime raffln, Lai In th.- front parlor, Th. ceffi? w.?? aim -? hidden by th?? man) Bora! designi sen! b) ?? ??!.,]? Conspicuous among the pieces win a larire pillar Inscribed "Father," from the children Of III" dead man. an 1 I great bank of Whitl 1 from his grandchildren Previous to the ?? 1 rxerclaea th?? puhMc w?-r<? admitted 10 view the bo ly The Rev. Dr Ouetav Qotthetl, of Temple Emano I?".:, read the Jewlslt burial ritual and offered a I yer !!?? wns followed by the itev. Or. Sparger, of ihe same congregation, ano dell sped a eulogy of Ihe 'lead bank' 1 Amor.K th?? persons ores, tit wre e\ 1 iov, ? ,.,,? ?: , ?.?. ill 1?. Flower, Jamea Seligman, Qsorgi man, es-Judge DIIMnhoefer, Edward Lauterbach and ?. Ludwig; rapreseatatlveaot 'be banking urn,, of i.-.zai'i Fr?res, Heldelhach, Ichelhelmer a < and Kuhn. l.'??'. A Co., Jacob Bernhelmer, Isaac Stern, Frederick Chiman, Albert SI tthelmer, \1 Schaefer, Henry Khas. Max Rothschild. ?*?. I? !.. a-ain. W Hatfelt, Colonel .1. Keller, Uopo!?! Wormser, M. Nathan, Meyer Lehman. Emanuel Lehman, Max Stadler, John J' Kelly, Mr. H ?ber, .,r Philadelphia; i' Krauss, !>r Keeney, Lewis Sauer snd M '"is Qo idhian The pailbe.ir--s Brere t'olonel F. ? Hain. Edward I ?a uterbar h, Jamea Seligman, Abraham Wo!ff, M a her Lehman, C. F. ???. Lewis Banger, Samuel ii tt.t.-t, r. Sigmund Newatadt, ??? Attorney Oeneral S mon W Kokendale, of Albany; Bugena Mayer, Kdward E!i ate.n, David Kohn and S, Stern. Th?? services m the grave in Cyprus H.ii- Ceme lery were conducted t,y th.? Rev. .1. Bllverman, of bi ? ? rupie Emsnu-EI. BELL-SABS SD BOX Ok? BASILI CABBIBV. Two men strolled in?.? tff corridor of the In perlai Hot??! yestardajr, who Bttracted a ;?? al ?bai ?f attention. Th?-y wire Qeneral Ans.m O McCoob who has Just bass sppolnt? l ''Ity Chamberlain by .Mayor Strong, at a -.; ? 11 ' ?: IL."?.'??' a yeai aril hi i,roi:;<r, Qeneral A.eaand r M Dowel! McCook, u??, has Jus! been re'lr?! f; m It,.? RsgUtSI \imy with the rank of Major QeoersL These two mes are -Besahen "f tb?? fimou-? "flghtlag McCook" family. (l.neral Alexander McDowell McC 'k ha.? seen a Kreal ?leal of service In the Wi-s: amoiiK t'h.? ln.l ,uns. When he was ask???! .-.bout tiie linn, ?Ch tr.11 blee in the West, he paid, slowly. "I never ha?l anything :?? do with ths l.innoek ml???. .My itssllSfB w-r?? wlthfthe .'-?i.itlierii tribe?., ??uch as the Apaches. The tribe of Hannooks ? rio a ?? . ibi? some or.??, '?'?.ey have always been known as peaiefu! Indians. I think that the an-oiirrt of r,i, trouble hus been grossly i-xnwrAlrd < >t ?ours??. I don't know for u fact, but that I" the Inferen??? that I drav from my knowledge of th?? tribe. Oeneral Mr-Cook seems plea*?-d with his brother I appointment Personally, he la ?clad to get a rest after ao much active life In the Army, ana ne in tenda from now on to enjoy himaelf, ana au?'ni to some private business affaira HUMORS OF THE ELECTION. HOW JOHN MORLET LOST (,-NK HOSBBT .MAN'S VOTE?STARTLING ?????? EFFECTS. Some of the Fnj-lish Illustrati ? paliers have been printim- pictures of scenes n elections a hundred year? or so ago. Tinse >< rve t.? show a marked contrast be?we.-n old times an.l tli?? pre.-ent In many respecta Boda] niunn.rs an?! ustoms hav?? greatly ehanged, snd th?? mat? rial sdjuncts of society have been vastly improved. Tins?? facts, of course, have ten.???,i greatl] to modify election methoda Be? sides, ?'lections are now conducted on a far differ '?nt legal beala Th.? franchise ha? i,e<-n -?tended almost to universal suffrage, ami g particularly stringent Corrupt Practices bci ha? eliminated most ?f the venal ranva sing f..:? rotes thsl or. aas a feature of every contesi. Al ihe same time hu? man nature, and es*.tally political human nature, has not changed materially Bo n comes to pass that modern election! ar?? marked with Jus! gi many Incidents, violent or comical, as th" ?? ol former daya, The mom ?if mud-throirtng at Sir William Har court at Derby has already been told, The cam? paign there was very h..:. i:,,fore th.? m< at which Sir William spoke a procesalon traversed the principal streets .,r the town, it Included th" usual ban,is and banners, ani al-,, ?? new de? parture m the shape of "living pictures," ..ft? r the Btyle of som?? ,,' ih?? cara In ih?? Lord da show, un ,,n.? cat si \? ni men wet? grouped al 'in I an nnvtl, ani overhead was ?!,.? Inscription, 'Hail ?"rk and no boose." Whir, however, r,i ?? ? the 'to of a it,,,,,? man) people eras a man with a p.lint??,1 red nose, snd clothed in tattered garb, who was styled '*The Trade's Finished Article." Some of ihe principal Liberal srorkers attribute to this ?ion th?? loes ??f several hundred rotes in th?? Working-class <ii?trlct- ..f th- t ?..?? John M or ley was defeated al Newcastle What turned s.. many ?Otes a, ilnsl bun it arould be ill i,, s ,?. bul ai ?? ,?- .???,? ran bs .???? ..int.? 1 for An two S ' ? H -?,!?. ' ',,,?.? penmen I srer? still ?t, ??!,, ? ? men In Nes lalle received a letter from a d.-iughler wh?. had orniti, l t" pul a stamp on It, ll eras, iherel. in ae ? or lance Brltli rul< ? barg Id ite en d? ? ?? trai . ? ?? il office t,, be ? a- a i\ ??. . hy , ' ? ? ? frli ???? ,.? h the c simas ? ?. on Ihi nbject. Bui w ?,? aras th?? I'oetmsater-Qcnersl? "Why, Morley," replied ihe friend 'That's th?? p in ? VOI? I f,,i a' ii,, . ??? . || ?:,,: " Mill the In?! . ml N, \.i. a -?: , iti ' Pre? lei) ," ? | III ! Ihe line m lid adviser ? won't hs ? ? k with thi? ?? lei |oh." sal?! ihe elector "but hang me if l evet ??.:.? f,,r him again." 'M ? e, rh?? Pesi ? ;, ? -Tal w ,- ? .,? lohi Moi ? ?? il ill '"it ?p?,,? I M irley, ., ? ? lift?rent pei Bon Une of r?.,? mosi ru r loua developmenia ,>f the present election a th? , it? ? > hai e excited sn ? ?? ? ? ,?. employed for electioneering purposes In man) | of I. .nl i.. .it,: srllh tb? candidates ?? ? ? ?ir,l hung around their tie, ks, have lone active aril ?ft? live service The ??? . ??? mala ap ? ?., m lee from the jes s h Ich the) r,ir? ai?,, it ai, I 1?., ?,. ?? ? I.?? r ????? ni M ? ilclm il il < ?'? , '...!? roxlelh, Is n ;.ed 1 me of I Irish bulldog * him." I?!. \? ' ? I: ' ? ' INIl ?.? pi a y s ? 11 . , ? ? ? rit! They eri ? ? II ...? ? . ,. . ? : ,?? pilon : r trie.| men ??? In mol her I ' gol in >? I ? i'h ? ?' ? ? ? ? le I films? ? ?? ?? .a!, -rt ??? I "\ ?.'? ? ? Sai..?. ;? ?- ' plarar.l ls| I In Noi ihsinptoi r ?. ? . ? ke, ? ; ? , te s greet feature especially smong the . - . - ? . . ? ?.,-;.- .? ime on? aak ??! ?I ? \ ? i|Ulth I"..? : v,"i think lhal ihi Bosebery Qoi . r . ? ? ? .???.. ime ol Ih? ? holding I"" "We||." I .' \-|.l.lh. . il ei n |>e expert make thai III? .;,,-' si ??? ? ? l) I" | ? I IDI Ihat oplnloi I ? ? ', In and the ? ? To nl'?'??' . , Igaln, in I !.. -? r ' ? form I ... Mr A it you and Mr Koscher?, will lisi pit < that H ?,,,? ?? ' ?.?. ex-Momi Aeci sd, with all . ;..? .? . ? the gn ? Ihe) hail ?.nteii ? .? Liberal and |>o| Introducing M q ,1'h ? ? not her m??' ? , ' Ihe I'rlnie Vtlnlstei ,,f th? rounir) " In Kasl Fifi a. ?? Ml ' Iunior. , th? I ?? ? indi late arsi iskcd ' ?i s h h s! ?- ,<f thi House srlll you nit"" II- promptly r?>piie,i * < ? ?? th?? aide I ? irlty, and I ? ? is ? omfoi .???:?? ? eal ia possible AN ORIQINAL ORATOR ? muel narrow, t!.? Radical candidate for North Rail Kent ?- an original orator In one ,,f hi speechee tie said: "They tell me .?.i I have :?> do in this constimene) is to show myself, un?! I ?bn'.l t li. ri , erta,nly go in (Laughter ' ??G? I am ?Mor.? laughtei > W(MM do you think .?f me? (Re i..??,?..-i laughtei , Foiirleei ???. - an ??,? years of .u?'?. forty-two reara a consisten! Liberal allh ("? ? ? om yeara mar r :.? I, and right? ??? ?rt m?! ii :????-. '?.,,?? laughtei ? Sow, if that Ii i'???l enough for you rote i"i Barros " ??-? ?. ? . ? la ighler and ? h? '-r- ? In "? ?? Va ? -? ?,? m?! nstltuenc) a ' Otef a?k. I tb. candidate srliether h li land loi i arsa lu h*> n? ,1 m raising hla reu.li ?Il dependa upon the imatai ? ??' replied ihe gentleman Mir there are no eli umatancts," sal?! Ihe man "Well, what are the rea ims?" aske?! the , indldate "There are ? o reasons," resi?on?l< ! tb. el.?? "Whal haa he ,i"i , ,t for, Ihen**' Iniiulr?*?! the pussli i a nenibei "lle-ause ? have ??.? foui children!" ? ? ? ? |i ,.? 1 hla s .?- a problem noi t? be des?i with il an) price, an I rh?? ? an.lldiiti , .? ed Ih? example r?f Ihe Christy Min sii .-I en Im?n ..??? "ge ve II up." ? m rh.? Introduction of the (10 franchise In York shire great difficulty was experience?) In persua I Ing the electoral? thai . pn ? ..? "f half a S'-or? of sovereigns la each man was not preme?lllate< by ih? legislature ll aai In vain thai learne? ??,,?? endeavored to explain the situation The minera relus?,? t.. Im? pul off wiih arguments and held last lo whal th'?? believed lo be Ihe in lentlon ol I'urliamenl In ??? ??????? the) mereli anticip?t, ? the urden ? faith ,,f ? Parish ? ????mil In Wiltshire, compose?] ',.? Ih? 1.1?.si parr of a?:ii iiiltunii laborers Th? ??? gentlemen, having selected a farmer lo preside "???? Ihelr meeting, Immedl etel) demanded to be told when rh.-ir allotments would be M-i'i. "Allotments! Whal be th.'v"" ?,,... ? the honeel yeoman. "Them things wot's |,?,,??????? In the sci of ? '.? ? ivmint " replied Ihe spokesman. "lie 'um?" asked in* chairman, agitasi "Wot, hav'n '.id the act?" said the iii?i la? borer "I daun knas nothing about lawyerlng." replied the farmer ' As for your acts of ParlymTnl dange.? el ? houli! knas wan eef ? t..? 'um." Till?: MIXING OF PARTI NAM IN. p..Ms pt?p??- have ?.- on considerably mlx?*d, Elec? tion news in various papera has teemed with tef rrencea i" Tories, Conservatives, I'nlonteia, Liber? al-ITnlonlsts, Liberata, Ka.li.als. Palmellile*, Antl Parnellltes, Bedmondltea, McCarthyltes, Healyllee snd various others. "The London Times" ree? ognlses only two pani.?, L'nlonlsts and Separat? sis, classing '?s l'nlonlsts all who Bupporl Ibi ITnlonlai Oovernment, and s Separatists ?ill who op? pose II a Dublin newspaper, after giving the figures with regard to "unionista" "l.lb,ral?" and ? p . ? T..-IIIT. -" salo, hai? 1.? return. 1, ends III?? Usi with "PoHtlcal Priaoner i" Tins, ,,? course, ?? in referen'' to the election "f Duly, a dynamite onvict, for Limerick. .\n organisation with a practical programma has been questioning aspiran:- lor political bog ,.rs. It "humbly prays you that, If elected to the Commons lions?? Parliament, you will be pleased :o introduce or support ? bin for ihi amendment of :?..? Metropolitan Police act, In order 10 suppress rh?? nulsai?. . ot ora,-.in ?/rinding, b] treating s:iret organa snd pianos a.? noisy Instruments, or other? wise: and will ?is., please to five al leas! so much n-llcf agalnai airee ? cries, especially on Sunday? ani noisy animals, as Part lamen I recently gave m the Inhabitants of the Scotch burgha by ins Ht oli h Uurgtl Police BCt, ami will also please to lake some action to control the alms?? of the swam v-hlstl? on railways, si least al r.iitht,?' Could ihis arrange? ment be curri???! Into effect, thousand?? of ?,,,??.lon? er? robbed of their reel would ardently bless the lay of Ils BC ompllshment The BSaaUeel majority declared Is ihat of Mr. Fowler at Imrham. who nil Into l'ari lament by a majority of on??. There ls no other figure but "1" In th?? whole r?-turn. with the exception of one cipher. Ill? own poll was 1.111. an?! his opponent's poll wan 1.110. One of the Ka,Ibais who have been defeated ?nd wno will he missed from the new Mouse 1? h? wno Man the portentous nam- ?if Alph-us I'leo ?ihas Morton if- wm ?,. .,,ng r?iTOembei*ed for the last spe...-h h<- ever nudo at ,st. Stephen's, it con ?l?te.i ol "Mr. Sp.-ak-r" - At that point th resiaeni put th- ?luestion that the House do ad? journ and Mr. Morton's political carer closed for the present. j'erhiips th.i best utterance In connec-lnn with the wnole ?ampale-n Is to he attributed to Mr. I'ham b.rlaln. He tjuotod Lord Iloseh-rv's epitaph on the late linvernment: "It lived ? nohle life; It died a noble death " and then added: "And we are ????? io give It a noble funeral?" SAILORS NOT ILL TREATED. COMPARATIVELY FKW OP THEM DESERT ???? THEIR SHI!.-?. WHAT thi'v ?;?t t?, ?. t un thi: R?an SKAS BTORT Or ? MUTINY IN Till?', diamond HARBOR Or (??/???? Tiil.u BT ? JACK TAB ? . r- has been a r-p .rt r.ntly that It Is th?? ? ommon halilt of certain ship masters to make the Uvea of their crews ?.. iintenrnhle that the men deaeri their ships when they rea.h i??rt. thus for feltlng the wage? ttey have earned. The United State? llur.au <>' ?p???.?????? ha? j-lv-n th- natter attention ?,? ord-ring a thorough Investigation at >. San Francisco and I'?.rr Towneend, where. It Is ?aid. "glurlt'g cases of tne kind have just been Bd," It was to Investigate this alleged con? dition of thit.gf. that a Tribune reaj trter yesterday vis!:. I Acting Shipping Commissioner K-enan, at th?? Barge um,?., and asked him ?r be knew ..f any "glaring cose a" or of the investigation mentioned. Mr Keenan s.iii -ha: be had ttoeri nothing ?if the Investigation, nor waa he aware of any particularly flagran ? Instances of Ili-treatment <>f seamen oa American ressels that hai- docked her- recently. li Is h u lh probat.!- thai such cases could have ?--'I al thi.? |?.rt without action by the acting . 'ottimi . and "eaempt" ? ? wh. h do not come within his Jurisdiction, th? sail? ors ,.?- almost ail Americana, wages and far- are good, d?sertions are uncommon, ami mutinies on ttoai I h.?rdl> ever o-enr. <'n ih? deep-water American merchant vessel?, h ?ttl sail and steam, d?seniori- I ?? occur here D< ?erti'.n?? and disputes between rnas . . row, when ti e cai r* t it ?t or are ? ' t?. this ? ..-:. eventuali) come :?. rh- Ship? ping fornir nei office Sometimes they are taken t. th- t'nited States i'ourt, bul ir. almost | ? ? ?..? ? tbe) are referred ???. >-. to ,vr?? Com Who ?- thus Judge, ;'!?. an?! linai rOUtf*! .' ... ; ? .1 ??. ha - aeveral case? every day, but Mr Keenan ?aid thai nothing sensational had oc? hen ?? --(?? ?? rationally a dispute be? ? ? ? it. I hi- rrew is aubmltted to or on, bui ali the rases pass through the rom mia ? offici <>ri-e m a whl . itlsfle l ?. . ? ,-. , a r from ' Is rhlp h? r.. t.ut it ? I Of thi . ' I ' ? Of the ., ' Mi Keenan ?ill resterd??? that ,-of ...ir?e. if man leave? ti- ahtp before the term <?>' servi??.? f.,r whl !i !.e ha? shipped espire? he break? hl? con Irs srhlch i? lili- any other ?imple ...ntra.-t. and ? loxes > nts '?. r?? ?ver :?. I try the case on the ? r an oppr iprial I? ?*? ? UAH r*ARKfl ?.????.? ?I tven'l heard ?. ? Hr. Keenan, "o* nnv ,.-;,?.. I ha? " ? ? . ??! ? ??? .??...? : ??. '. ??.? i .. ? a?- In whl h ? ? ? h? ?? ? not l??ue \ ? ? irti ?es " ? ' ? I article? srhlch Ihe ?hi; - m isters' ? ? (he mi ri shou ? the Mil of r.,r- ? ?. h th? sverai ?.m? lican ? rman ? . . ? . 11.1moni ?'s al in I .r I, bet tei than the rations Issue I I? . -. pi a to he a low? l ? ? ?? re? lui .? ??.? ?.??! ut?? In ? gnd i? mon lui. ??. ' - In uni a??? require | by ,? rhe scale ai rattled for different days of the a BILI, or F A ft P. w . ???, ?lay's bill uf fai "ne pomi ? of b? ??'.. one sn I , ? . , , la -f ; ?rh > ru hair poun ? ol flour. .?n. eliihth of ? Tint of pass, otie--lght.'. of an ? ?,?..? ? ? ? naif ounce ol ?"'???. two ounces) of migar tai '? . .? . , .r coffee, .... ? may be ?utetltuted for one qua r? if ? ea 111 ? tlon '. ? ? . pound? i?-r in.ri ? . Ii day, In ll.ii ? I tea mei In Amerl tn tl" to $: ? a month, and In ? -* w ? ?..- '.'..in I"? t ! reporter ? rexl the s illors' Il ime In ?'h- rr?. ? ? learn w? ? ra frequency ??( leserttona Ituperlnten.leni Fred Ilei la out of town, bui enother officer of the il m? a. ? "When .. miri on shipboard doean'l sbl) ? -: full) ??? rform for which ? . . g him; that I?, the) nor- hi? r* ?n .-n. ?s ni ih- logbook ..p ? dock bl? wax-s on pa) da) 1 kn in of few cassa of desertion ? i in cruelty or iii-ir.atm.-iit thnt tevs tak-n place In peri lately. It p???????????? happens, however, ?? .? \in-ri.m H-umeii u ? foreign pot: ?ui ?-? drunk ??bore, fall to report and lesen i'as-s on ' ? go resaels oaxur asor? frequently, and at the ? gliah ?hipping office Ih? t'oneul son?, times has desertion ra??? t., attend to The character of men tn the merchant lervl-r Is not what it use,l to be; the Meant, ri .ire tii?.?tly fonttgnef*?, ex?-pl la ihe ??uiit.r? American erew? ?re paid off h.-r.? If from foralgn ports, the? haie a r.?ht to demand their discharge and man] ol lh? coastwise ressels t-.it touch ?.???.? are paid off her? too l don't know ol .? r ? > Bagram ra??? of lll?treatmenl that would call for the Investigation you peak of " HOW Tllll BEAMAN IB PROTECTED. It seems th.it. as a seaman Is protected by ihe under which h?a haa ?htpp.l. and haa ? fair chanc? of ?'-tilng Just!?*? if the) have been violated . iptaln, u orouhl be foil) for him to desert here ond leave Ms pa) I'-?-mioii? which occur In thi? port generally ;ake plat*? tr.nu foreign vessel? ,,, wii-n the d?serter hss been ofrsld i" "face th in ???? before th? impaniai t'ommlssloner, who ??. . untlnusll) .in? ?p??..'!!"? ? hargea V wi-iih-t beaten sallorman who entere?! the Sailor?' II..in- While Ibe i-poil-r was (here s.i.l hi aas on?? ..? the cren of the Knglish ship I'aln.leblli burn?? 1 ??? T'iui'la?, In the li.irlw.r li? bel remained .-n the ship after the members of the err* had received their pay, and ksal by the Bre bis wages and his rlotne? He told ? tale of the mutiny that took place on the t'atrnlehlll at < ? l'Ut la. Which, divested Of inulti.al obscurities of speech, is ..? foll?n ? "'Twaa in iHamond Harter, t'akutta, thai the m. n in the foc'sl? muttnod agnina! ?'aptaln Tar t..day, .ii-. was In command ther-, snd nil officer?. The crew he had consiste?) of twelve S-aii.lui ?vlan-., ;.-?? he picked up ??* men In L'alcutta. When tbe <'all niellili mii.i? Calcutta the capi.un refuse.I io ail..?? tin? Scandinavian? t? ? hav- shore llherty or t?. pay item off and when ttey refuse,? to work they were put In tail. MARCHED ABOARD IN IRONS, "Afl-r Ite ship had tak-n <>n a Cargo and the hatch?? were closed, the twelve men war? marched aboard h-r In Iron-'. Before she got out of the birt.or ib- Iron? were taken off and the men, who wen? In the Oi's e, wer- ordered to work ship. They refuse?! ta d ? ?? Then the captain, mate, second mat-, carpenter and steward who bad piatola and gun? began llrlng a! the men who w-r lii th- foe'?!?. Tb- steward tried to -?boot one of the hauls, miss?,I blm and shot the captain In the wrist, ?un- of ite sail..!m. n i?.n wounded In th? hip, and when ihe fight was over lb.? men were taken ??bor? and lh? ?'.ilrniehlll came her- With a new crew under Captain Jones." MRS. WALLER DESTITUTE IS PORT LOUIS. t irth. t.. be p? ?at, AN AMERICAN AIDKD THB i:\ ? ' ..?-??.??? uni: Tu KgCAPK PROM V.'? ?? ?AS. Ait Washington, Atlg. I Additional Information re? el Iv? I from Mrs. Waller, the wlf?? of the ???-(?>????? lo Madig:??? ar. who In now lying In ? French mili? tari prison n-ar Mai selli??, shows that she Is I ? - ?1.1.t. I to Mr. We.dford. an American, formerly employ .-.j as a civil engtl.t In th?? Transvaal, but now living In Tamatave, for her es-ap- from the Island. Mr. \Vee,lford furnlshe-l funds sutil.l-iit to brliiK Mrs. Waller and her four children from Anta?onarlVO, Ite capital, to Vatraman.ll. on the c.,?t. a distan?.? of M nule?, and thence to the Island of Mauritius Mrs. Waller Is now In Port I^iuls, Mauritius, and Is penniless. Ref husband s atlorn-y. Mr i'en?i?-.|y, nf this city, has Inform.?.! i.ov-rnor Morrlll. of Kansas, of these facts, and It Is believed lhat ?uttlclent money will be raised In that Stale to brlnx Mr?. Wailer ami her family to America. Mr. Kenne ly authorti'-s the statement that money which any on?? may desire to contribute for the support of Mr. Waller'? femlli may be aent to the Btate Department at Wuahlnston. by which It will be promptly forwarded to Mr?. Waller. ? HOPES FOR THE VIGILANT. HEI?, PARTISANS COMPARE HER WITH THE DEFENDER. THKT G? NOT THINK THAT THK NKW YACHT HAS TKT had a coNCLonra test of pe?. I'OWERS-T.W.KS WITH YACHTSMEN. Local yachtsmen an? still much concerne?! about the preliminar}? Informal races between the lie? fen.1er and the Vivllant as conteetants for the honor ,,f being ggleetsd to ttefeatl the America's Cup. While the splendid salllni- of the Difendei has shown her to he a yacht of marvellous speed, the Vigilant has hung ?o closely to her, up to date, that th?? letter's partisans Still cherish a ftleam of hope thnt ehe may yet airain come su.ssfully to the front as a o.\jp dsMulsr, Charle?? A. Sh-'rmati. secretary of the Reiratta Committee of tiie Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, said yesterday to a Tribune reporter: "Inasmuch ue I hav?? never s?en the licfender and the Vigilant sail a race tofretiVr, I feel Incapable of passing a positive opinion r?'Kardln? the merits or ?lemerlts of either yo.-ht. It strikes me. however, that the tiefender has never yet shown her full speed In a leg an.l tag contest with the Vigilant." VIEW! OP AN OLD YACHTSMAN Anoth'T yachtsman, who has followed the ?ea, "man und boj?," for nearly half a century, senten? tious!}? summed ut? th?? situation as follows: "Th?? Defender Is undoubtedly the ablest yacht ever constructed. The Vigilant in her day wss superb, lik- th.? Volunteer, the Mayflower and other tine yachts In their day, not excluding th.? brave old America, which brought the British bauble to th??*?? shores considerably more than two-s-ore year? ago. Tin? iiefender's new-fangled steering upparntue, which has iilresdy cause,) her one serious bilk, may yet cius.? her alMttbe and possibly at tb?? vital moment. ? Racing ' sCM may spilt a baby jib-topsail, or eyn a mains. .1. und bend o'hers quii Iter than g competitor can repair her disar? ranged steering Rear. Therefor.?, until the formol trial races tak?? phi,??? off Sandy Hook, on the Olit? isi,I?? triangular eOUiaa SO one can t??!! ihe result. I happened to he at the regatta of th- In?linn Har? bor facht Club last Saturday, when the win?!? bl. W and ?!,?? rains descended, and forty-six very ahi?? ya.-bts of different classes started, but only six null weather 'h.? gale and finish That is the kind of a Ir???/..?, with a natura.lv heavier sea that would b.? encountered outside "f Bandy Hook, In which ? ?oiiii lik?? to Bee ti.?? Defender race 'for k'.ps.' t'ntll they race under ?.u? h en,lirions no man ejlve od.t\ vntur?? a positiv.? opinion of their relativ? m.Tits ???? Defender la beyond unen? tion, th.? Bwtfteel keel boat ever built, not even ??? ceptlng the Vslkyrie in, which ?? ? aragnlflcent apeclmeni of lintish naval architecture, Hut any foreign yachl tha; comea t?> these sl-iores to cope for th.? old America's trophv will And a 'dandy' In ti.?- Defender, and In th?? Vigilant a yacht from which sh?- win have ? pretty tough time in strip? pimi- off th?? Viink??.??? yellow (.i.ket. to say nothing of b?t peacock toatbera and mandarin buttons." Till". DBPBNDBR'I ?SPEED DISAPPOINTING IH' StV .-4, A W"i!-k- designer, who <l-?lr??d "? ? -.? ran, said: "There Is considerable disappointment concerning the Da? r"s speed ? far a? ir bea been demonstrated ? n't know thai ths syndicate ?if which c. Oliver ? elln .? n?? loci a either dtaeatlsfled ?.r dlaap ?. Ini i. but I think rbat th?? -renerai public ex . ? r. :.?-'?t bo il ??, beat th?? \'IrI ?iila 1 t: ?t? ?t? ani U -. ??. 1? m a thlrty in.I.? ra??? .-?:'. ? cup defender "f to? lla) ought to b?? able to beat all oth?-r domestic competitors i>\ ar least from ten to twelve mln Ut? ? "\'i such a , o'lr???, If the safety of the CUp ?? ? ? be r< ire?! Tl al ae? ma to be the consensus of opinion, noi onlj imong laymen, bar imong experta The Valkyrie II! Is as yet ? tnpmratlvel) unirli 1 cup hunter. N.> on?? knows a-bal -ii?? cari do bul ? verv on?? I? c nvlnc? ? thai she la a remarkably fasr ???.?t it la a dan jrrroiis thitiK i" ut?. ???te?tlmate :!>? prowess "f ? tHor or an enemy, elthei in time of peace ?? ?at-, and it is to ;,?? hop???! thit American vault? ing ambition will p I overleap Itself, and, through ? glortousness, possibly lose u trick which might nevei ??? regatacef i-?: them keep at th?tr practice an?! trial spins, and may th- best b,.i'. win. and be iibl.? permanently to retain custody of the old emblem of Amerli m genlua .ml enterprise." An "id Rngltah yachtsman er ho has lived in this elf. ?ever 11 ye ir?, s u ! 'There sre r. w ".a?? , onai leu ? lely unknown boar? 'n the yachting aorld. The) are the Vigilant an 1 the Va'.kvr:.? HI The Vigilan! hai t.-'-ti so radi? cali?, changed m ballast, ?all area. etc.. that ehe I. not rca-tnble h?r old self I believe thert has been som? radical change In her hull. There must havi he? ? - ? ?? change In her hull or ?lie would not i.e ?., much quicker in stays than ?he wa? originali) The Defender ?? unquestionably a rlor boat to th Vigilant In s 'in?? r???;,? ??, bur. nhethei ? ? ? '???.? r a around boa? remains yet I ? I.?? pr.rved It I? a pity that the ' il ril.i was not k,-|>4 In commission. Instead "f tielng lui up m . . w ? would hav,? ?,??? -? .-. ? ? ?. ?? trustworth) Indications of the - generally con .??? l?? ?. lithough ii??? ?;?? ?? " ?.? '? m nt may . , ? ??? ? f indefiniti so? ilatlon. The Valkyrli Hi i- even hit?? of an unknown quantity the Vigilant Mie ha- been sailed with a ? . ? thai ha! never bet? ?tretch? i. .m I w. ? ? if s hile alie ?.?.a- racing. Bhe h.?? an enormous Ball area ml :- beyond queatlon a ver) able boat, but whether m r.'iraln th? 'oveted I cup la .tn enigma which can b.? solv? I only b) a tua! esperlence." A "<RASE" CALLS 7" SEE THE MAYOR. SHU TKI.I.S ? ???.?? ?MAN THAT HA SEVEN IIISHAM'S \\l' BF.VEN DALOHTBRS HAVK BERN Kli.I.Ki' BT a WOODBH ?"MAX All sorts and r*OndltlOI Of " ?inks" have call? 1 to ?.?.? th?? alayor sin,?? ha took office The latest Is ?? woman who labors under the delusion that unother woman Is ma !?? of wood, .-?he called at th- city Hall yesterday and wanted to see the Mayor, Policeman Kennell noticed that there was a queer took In her face, and Imiulr???! her business. Sh.? sail her name sraa Adele ''ray. and that a noman living in Sewburg had -.?*'??? ont ?ause :,> t..? vexed al tier. The -?llceman sskad the cause .??? vexation, aid Mra Crei replied "Wall, sh.? has murdered seven ?>f my huebanda and has killed many ?>f in daughters ? think seven is an un? lucky number, for thai many of my Klrls she has dor... awai wi'h I'll lell > OU her peculiarity; shea wooden." ., ? on limili thi, u ' said the ofllcer. "No," ?h.? answered, she ?- wooden all through. Her head l? m.len Iter lega are wooden. H?t anus are wooden She'a awful fierce for a wooden noman.1 m ???? I The woman, reflectively. The officer gently led her oui snd direct??.i her t.? th?? neareel poll?*? "tal ??. Bhe wandered off. und was lost III th-? crowd in I'ark Kow. SANDBAGGED AND LOURED HY MISTAKE. NEW .ll'ltsl'Y rOOTPADS NKMtl.Y Kill. ? MAN IN KiTHKiiKiiitn in BROAD DATUOHT. William T?owrey. a tall, well-built man about twenty-live years ?>i?i. is lying between iif,? end death at Ins home In lielawanna. N. .!.. as the result of an ?mounter in llutherford with two footpads, wh?. evidently mistook him t"i some on.? they were waiting for. Dowrey's condition has prevented the ,I.tails from b.coniliis; public; bat he has RUSOS a statement to l'ollce ?'aptaln Holland, of Ituther lor.l, which, although In many tawpects remark? able. Is bon.ut by all the ?vi.lene? .it hand, and which the local polle.? bell?????. ills statement is siiiiiniaiU.cl as follows: I tow r.y left New York laal Saturday afternoon on ib.? Kris Railroad Hefor.? be reached iiutherf.ini a fierce rainstorm had Bprung up. and. as he stepped from the car at RutlMffOfd at ?? p. m., few people were on the streets. AlthouKh In? ?lid not know U. his mother was waiting far him at the station, but, not Busing lum. Bhe waited for the next traiti. Dowrey walked aloni- Park-ave., the principal stri???! of Kiitheford, at a rapid pace, and met but , ne or two pedestrians \\'h> n midway betw?-en i'lcrrepont and Rutherford aves, where woodland skirts th.? street on one side and tall brush on the other, two men stepped Into tlie street and asked Dowrey the lima He replied, "Twenty minutes peel ''?," and walked on. Almost Instantly a blow on the back of his head felled him, while a sharp palo lu his rlijht arm showed that hs had been stabbed. As he sank Into unconsciousness he hear.I one of the men say: "We've got the wrong man." The thieves searched his clothes. KettliiK a silver watch and about a ? lollar In changa while they took a small diamond rum fruii his Anger, They ntufTe.1 a sp.itili.' Into their victim's mouth, carried him fifty feet Into the brush, and l?'ft him there, a thin stream of blood Mowing, from his wounded arm. The Lyndhursi Presbyterian i'hape? stands ab?iut two hundred yards from th?? scene of the oatrage, ani, esp??, Lilly on Sunday, the travel past the spot Is otisMcrable, but liowrey lay um'onsclous for twenty-two hours. It was not until ."> p. tn. on Sun? day that he was able to cry out. Then help came, ami he was taken to his home In lielawanna. He had lost a great deal of blood, his clothes were soakei with the rain an?i he seemed to be com? pletely shattered. Ilia wounds were dressed by a 'utherford physician, and he may recover. it' Choose what best suits your taste when you read TPIJS SUNDAY TIME // athletics bore you, turn to another page and read of art; if you are tired of fact, re? fresh yourself with fiction; if you find home affairs humdrum, take a short foreign tour in The Tribune's columns ; poetry and politics ; seriousness and frivolity; culture and Philistinism; all have their claims ree ognized in the SUNDAY TRIBUNE. Here are some of the contents of to-morrow's issue: Richard Morris Hont. An inspiring force in Ameri? can architecture?Examples of his work. An Inspired Blonder. A spirited sketch of Western life. Models of the Menagerie? How sculptors and artists obtain "sittings" from lions, tigers, elephants and monkeys. Implements of the Ento? mologist. The methods employed bv the guardians of the parks to extirpate insect pests. Red and Bloe Blood. Instances of alliances between rovai and noble families and those of peasant stock. ? Family of Boat Builders. Facts about the Herreshoff brothers?Blindness is no bar to then success. ? New Coney Island. What rapid transit has done for old Fort George. Topics in Paris. Scandals in the Legion of Honor?Two clever swindlers. How Not to Care for Streets. Slothful Tammany methods still prevail bevond the Harlem. The End of Columbus? Detailing the results of his mistress's tishing expedition in his company. An Actor's Theory o? Hypnotism? The Svengali oi the Glitten Theatre discusses the power whose effects he portrays, on the stage. ??Robs of the Green.'' Showing how unforeseen cir? cumstances may win or lose a golfing match. The Episcopal Cathedral. Progress of the work on the splendid site on Morningside Heights. Houses Divided Against Themselves. Cases in which important testimony has been furnished by one member of * family against another. ???????!$$?f.#*4>f The Tribune's columns are as cle^n_j)n_Sunday as on any other day of the week.