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I "V0UAV-y 0. 343. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8. 1888. TRICK TWO CENTsT" 'H
I WAITING FOR MR. BLAINE.
I UK IS EXPECTED TO. DAT AND UE
m mr.i, qet a great greeting.
I Btenmheata, Yachts, Mil Other Craft fa
Skirmish on ttift liny vrltla Ilia Friends
B Aliiirrt-Th Town Made lMvely br Vis.
I llnre In Mil Honor Tiffs Amu le Va-
ilonMnn-ersr (tie "hew. Hot II Will
I Do n His Onn .Jnt the Mame.
I Any one familiar with Kow York In mid
summer would hardly have known tbo town
TCBtordny. Instead of desartod hotel corridor
and dining rooms nnd quiet streets, pnrtlou
' larly in tho neighborhood of Madison sauare,
thoscono was strongly suggoittlte of oarly Con
tention dars at Chicago, without th bands,
and thoy nro promised whoa Jnmos Q.
Blnlno ot Mains arrives on tho City of
Now York. Ho Is oxpootsa to nrrlvo In
tho harbor some time this afternoon.
HMrlendannd admirers have boen etraggllnc
Into town for dars. and yosterdny thoy nrrivod
inreclmenK Today nnd to-morrow raoro of
thoni will bo hen), ami tho demonstration In
LonorotJIr. Dlnlno's roturn n 111 be at tho ton
notch ol enthusiasm. It was difficult Inst
night to cot n bed In tho down-town hotels.
Thoy wore especially favored booaubo of tho
nterot In tho reception down tho bay. which,
in all probability If tho calculations o! tho
Inman steamship rooplo turn out true, will
Tho ur-town hotels, particularly tho Fifth
Atenuo and tho Hoffinnn Homo, woro also
filled up. many of the rooms having boon on
gagod by telegraph. Tho corridors woro
jammed with Blalno mon from all points ot tha
I compass, ovory mothor'a eon of 'om woarlng
badges proelitiinlng thoir foalty to tho
l'lumod Knight. Whlto plus hata with tiny
whlto plumes, canos with oxydlzod Bllvor
Iiads of tho JIatno statesman, gilt
badges with Mr. Blalno's name, bullion
irlncod Elaine club badges, some toppod with
posies, woro among tho decorations. Tho
badges of "Our Champions Harrison and
Jlortoa," snuggled confidingly bosldo those
glorifying nnd honoring tho Mnlne Btatosmnn.
The dorks in tho big hotol3 said thoy had boon
compelled to turn out-of-tovncrs away, and
told ol the bis business the one and two-night
hotels wero doing. It wnan (rood thine forauch
theatres as are open, tho cafe's In uppor Broad
way, and tho billiard parlors. Harry Hill's,
which many o( the visitors rcraomborod in old
days, and other variety shows that were n
charm to thorn on their last viBlta to tho city,
tefora Mayor Howltt took un tho roins of mu
nicipal Government, woro aadly missed.
Thorowero many scenes thnt reminded ono
ot a National Convontlon. Men In lone linen
dusters trailing to their ankles wandorod
alone Broadway and throuch Washington,
Union, and Madison square parks. That thoy
woro not Now Yorkers could bo told without
opera classes, bat many of thorn wore Blalno
badges from Chicago, Philadelphia, Iawtucket,
Kansas City, nnd California, to toll thnt thoy
There is no uso concealing tho fact from the
redoubtoblo Honntor Quay, tho man In charee
of tha funeral ortho resurroctlon of the Itopu b
llcan party, that the majority ot tho -visitors
Bpoko with regret of tho ticket selected at Chi
cago. Thoy wore all Republicans, the tonor of
their speeoh was. and they added that they
would work, llko thundor for the nominees ot
tho. party, but tho universal regret that
Mr. Blalno was not selected to head the
ticket was very morkod. This sontiment la
troubling the manacors at fintlonal Hend
quaTtore, so It is sold, bnt tho ostuto ones In
chnrcobavo fall faltn that Ur. Blaine will an
nounce In a copper-fastened, emphatic way his
party. Thoy speak in htah terms ot tho spon
tanlcty that Is said , to mark "overy
movement to honor Mr. Blalno. nnd point with
Satisfaction to the promised presence ot law
'artner Miller of Gen. Harrison's firm at the
demonstration, both down the Cay nnd on tho
roviewlnc stand, as a complete refutation of
the reports that Gen. Harrison Is nettled and
humiliated by tho furor that will mark Sir.
The demonstration has brought Its Ills and
if alousles and envies. Tho Brooklyn men. the
Itepubllcan Club, the Republican League, and
the Invlnclblcs of the old-time stripe nttno
Htate and county hcadquartors in West
Twonty-llfta street, each, accuso the other of
claiming a proprietary rlcht In doinc Mr.
The Itepabllean Club, whfoh started tho
demonstration, has come in for tho creator
share ot the criticism, and its manacers en
hanced tbu feelings against them yestorday
whon they poremptorlly rofused James (J.
Blalne.Jr.atlckot. so that his wife, who wan
the beautiful Hiss Neylns,couId accompany hor
husband down the bay on tho bam bloan.
lounir Blaine was oxceedincly nmazod nt tho
refusal, nnd even tho explanation thnt no
indies were to be permitted aboard tho boat
cUdnotsolncohfm. Ho will, however, join his
brothers. Walker and Emmons, on the Slonn,
nnd young Mrs. Blalno will greet hor fnthor-in-inwat
the Fifth Avenuo Hotel.
The action ot the managers of the club In
Bending a lottor to tho Hon. X.O-W P. Morton
imcgestlnc that It would hardly be in accord
wltli political otlijnetta for tho nomineo to go
with them 011 the filoan to creet Mr. Blalno was
Io romarlod to bo in auestlonablo taste. Tho
club h;i,l sent a cordial imitation to Mr. Morton
to join tliem, out yontnrdy they sent tho lottor
Jientioned. and notlilod Sir. Morton that Mr.
llalno would Uoulitloss lo glad to sto him at
the Hrth Aomio Hotel in tho cyenlnir.
rnorewas also a ory general wall against
the club iimungorH because ol tlio manner of
the distribution of tickets to tho Bam bloan,
nnd sevornl members of the club said err
pointedly last night that thoy woro going to
resign. Tho kickers say tbai big men in tho
party b.'o been sllclited, that the Na
tional Commlttt'o have been amdo to
Iiliy second llddle, not rccehlntr tho
tlcvets thui their prominonco warranted,
ami that olthough Honator Ouay will
go down the hay on tho tiloan. it was ro
lucrkub'e how many ol his nssocintos on tho
committee woro out of town last night Only
Senator ynay.Hnm Feseonden, Henator Congor,
nnd Committeeman Sanborn woro on hand.
Earner Jlillor, Llmrle i:mory Bmlth. Senator
Halo, ana W. Johnson, l'rosldont of the Ho
iniMlcanCluboJ Bltlmot. weroat the Fifth
AYinu.i. and Mr, Mutt la. expoctod up from
Coney Iriand this mornlnc.
i,ii .u;"n"K01? cf iuo "opubllcan Club nt
i. f wm;.0I their troubles to what they
f i e.u of ii the hiljiutln w avs ot JJeacon Fob-
h' ult1 ? "9 1'mWlc5u5. and
the Utacr.n'- dlsiileiwure boeauso Mr. Blalno
iV'?i'Vh;i JItotlon to a wclcomS In
profoifneo to the leaion's nitatlon, which
was fent abroud to Mr. Blalno icnrly two
months co. Arid as for tho old-t mors at
Iicniliiuui torHiii'J wcnty.fllth street, thov growl
becuutt the ulub refused to invite the Jakoii
r.. Jllki-a nnd -lohnnies and J mrnios'' of
lliBimity. Tho Brooklyn mn nioaccnsed of
MiutiiiiiigCjcn. Onckeon. tho Grand Marhhal of
ho ! m.1 lorcis In Xo w York. but thotlon raPs
irlendij luy thit Lo is about the most level,
hoiii.od ninn in tho whole programme, lie Is
moaot m his ebtimatos ol tho number o!
imiaJers. and In tborefore taxed wti T not
whooiiinc tlilnr.p enough. But hn is going
ad arranging details of tho great parade
IV llliW ', como a tli0 eveoinc after ae day of
Sir, Ulalno e nrilval.
iiA'Si'"9'11 liinchnoniatobe put aboard tho
Bain bloan at thoL root of Cortlandt streot Li
.h i11. S1c,ua bls .morning. The band and
tnp ?5,.'inc .1ix'1 ,,,,J. etreainww will alfo le
10r(?hy thnt time, nnd at the first word that
MB.,Uy ft 'St-K' y?r B "'Khted tho nose of tho
W;au irlli lo pointed down tho bay. Judgo
trbc?,n' lht, Uiarck from. Wostclies:
J, .iS! ii",n ke C'plleetor, lias aciept
'J'0 ,'tBtlon of the club, and will bo
7nnS 5? "!BD5. iT?m r10 steamship onto the
Smi8.nJiJ".ith Sloan. Charles Emory
JSirSil.'f1 b.l UleJ1B' toa. Tn eommittee n
f,nn.or-.iJ? .,Bloa.n hKi Irenuent con
leronces wltli the Inman peop yester-
?. .,? n "tain told that the
.irai)iip was, not expected before sim
fl, n to-ilay, CaiiU NUtkius. one of tho old
Jnniwi .;oinniidorf. .,r,d forinurly of tio
ietel?iruul,"ftJ,',L'"P' New Yoik, and
.eunotthf man to speed a uew steamship.
tn,t .,." t?.,ljBr tonmera, yachts
wd tugs thut.wlll Nind up a shrill wel-
i2i PV, 'rA Chicago boomed Into
JhSJL!'itrdny l50 5onir,.wid immediately
ffihTn'1 tewner for its members. 1 bo
thft J,l,,l,n V.'V'A. w" ,iav9 bo8n whoopliw
l, ."f'.1" wl,',1 extern liwhlon up town for
!Jo i.ltrits, ill cather tlienieliis to,uthr
ir- ..'." "'''-M'jd ti'irt out nt 10 '.on btonnor
iniiai iuo fmt of urtluiidt Hret, 1 hu Ititburt
Iral?,i,,1rlt.',' '"i4 ,uo ndmh-era Trom Brook.
Yorf'iM1? ibllcun Uoeuo clubs of Knvt
m.Swl" le.,,yo theBattf ry at 11 o'clock. The
Sa?.!! V.' .Wsb-Amrlcwj. antl.01e.
!gj,and l'roteotle League eo down n th
wue aunyoa ben tt root ot Cortlwutt
street under, the leadership of John Povoy.
On board will bo Dr. 1'. H. Cronln, I'resl
dont of tho Chicago Homo Markot .Club,
and Cnpt. M. J. eiattery of Albany.
Irlsh-AmerlcnnROf tl.o twouty-four Assembly
districts. Including U. a ,8hnno, John P.
Lymdi, James I'.rarrell, Austin Olbbons, M.
1', Breslln. nnd 1'otor Halton, will also bo
aboard. Tho.Loaguo had a groat time at
Clarendon Hall last night. A big transparency
wninlso brilliantly Illuminated lnrihhnvo
nuo. Just bMow Twonty-thlrd stroot, nnd will
groot tho pnrnrlors on pnrndo night.
Ono or Its picture- shows an American fne
tory with big smokostaoks nnd thrift depleted
nevory brick, ulth tho logond undernnthf
Vi hat rrotoctlon has dono for America."
Alongside is a picture with a wharf In Ireland
with n Btond, strenm of immigrants pouring
Into n steamship, wltli tho logetid: "What free
trado aud Kngllsh greed have dono for
Ireland.". Mr. Dovoy will board tho Sam
Hlonn down tho bay from the Charlos
Ilunyon. nnd Intends to rood Mr. Blalno an
address of wolcomo. It villi neuro Mr. Blalno
that tho Irish-Americans ot this League be
llove that tho Issues In this campnlcn are tho
same thnt wero battloil for In 1881, froottado
and protection. It will assure) him of tho
samo regard of thoso Irlsh-Amorlcans for
him thnt marked their conduct In 13.S4.
And, assuming thnt (len. Harrison Is the
successor of Mr. Blnlno In tho fight
on tboso Issues, It will tell Mr, Blalno that the
Irisli-Amorlcnns of Now York. Now Jorsoy, and
Connecticut propose to make the same right
for tho Oonornl that they did lor Mr. Blalno,
If Mr. Blaine arrives at the 1'lftli Avonuu Hotel
to-dny, tho Irlsb-AmorlcnnH will serenade him
in thoovonlng. 'Iho eommltloo hnvo eccured
the grand stand on Madison Bquaro for tho
eenlng. Mr. lllnltio will bo escorted from the
Flttl, Aemio Hotel to the grnnd stnnd. where
tho serenade will tako plnco and nn address ot
weloomo will bo road. Thoy expoct that Mr.
Blalno will roiily.
I'ntrlok Ford Inst night received a dospntch
from Lincoln. Xobraskn, nsklng him to hand
Mr. Ulntno thl rotolntion just adopted by tha
Irlsh-Ainorunn ltopublicans of that town:
Itnnlrti. Thit the Irish American Ktpublicin.of l.7
coin, brAsk&, Join hRiidtnUh ttielr troth, rflthrouicli
out till fcat lerubtlcln tenalerim to America h most
patriotic, most brilliant foil, Jatttcsd Blatu a be&rtr
auJ cor,li.l cretln nn hla return to the Und ot tits
birth hWaSTrcttonsan hid pride, ther wclcora. home
to participation In the npproaclilnir triumph of Itioio
(rlonoue principle ot proirreai, protecdon, anJ true
American natlunalltr, of which he ! thairrentest llrlnir
exponent. anl ttiejrearneatlr pray tor hlraiclx and hla
family eerj napplneaj and every Meaalnff.
It was signed Patrick Egan. Chairman, and
Mnlachl (iraco. Secretary.
Tno Knnsn City Illalno club. 700 strong, ar
rived j estordnj. They aro commnnded by Col.
Tom tSeott, nnd with them aro Miss Mary E.
Oaborno. Miss L Bolaino, Mrs. Hoffman, and
Mrs LoulsoKarbidon. Tho Chicago boys escort
ed tho club to tho Hoffman House. The l'aw
tuckot Club and tho Baltimore boys also eamo
in, and to-morrow will como tho Philadelphia
Invlnolblcslod by Col. William II. Hnitth nnd
1 UOl) strong. The West 1'hllaJolphlnns. under
tho rodoubtnble Tom Donaldson, will nccom
mnr them, and following on thoir heels will
como tho Union Jtepubllenn Club under
William 11. Leeds. I'lvo Blalno clubs from
California are also cipectoil. Ono of tho very
distinguished arrivals iib Mrs. Hulllvonof tho
Chlongo JriMme. This Is tho young woman
who mndo such n hit by her sketches In tho
Chicago Convention Hall.
Gen. Jackson nnd his brother workers in
charge of tho united Now iork land forces
bin e not yet completed tho asslgnmoiit of the
divisions in tho great parade. The full pro-
Srammo, itlovnected. will bo completed to
ay. Tho head of the column will etart
from Flftr-nluth ftroot and Fifth ave
nue on tho evonlnp of tho day nftor
Mr. Blaine's arriv al. The marshals nro directed
to appear In citizens' dark clothes, low dark hat
orcnp, whlto glovos or gauntlets, with sword,
nnd wearing a flush parsing from tho right
shoulder fastened at the loft bip Aides to tbo
Grand Marshal and aides to Division Marshals
will report for the parade mountod nnd appear
IntinUorm.lf practicable, otbonWse in citron's
dark clothos, low dark bnt or cap. whlto glo os
or gauntlets, with sword, If practicable, nnd
wearing a red sash passing from tho right
Bbouldor, and fnstoned to tho loft hip.
A platform has boon built out from tho grand
Btand adjoining the Worth Monument on
which Mr. Blamo will stand when he reviows
the parade. Tim stand will bo decorated with
Btronmors of red. white, and blue, nnd Harri
son and Morton haAdkorcblofs. bearing tho
motto. "For Home Industries, Protection
and Civil Service Iioform."
About 100 last night adonsofogcamo down
on the bay nnd the rivers, nnd itwasiraposslblo
to seo twenty feet abend. Tho Pennsylvania
and P.rlc Itallroad ferryboats took nearly halt
an hour to cross.
Tho light ot Liberty was invisible from tho
JIO VERT QAltltEXT XO HOUSE.
T bo Xtemoveol Noon at a Uanie by the
Blcn Is 6ecttrd.
Bobert Garrett who Is sick at the Broyoort
Houso, was no worso yesterday. A hypodermia
injection of morphine was again resorted to to
pull him through Monday night. He slept four
hours, and drank four quarts of milk. His
three doctors held a consultation yesterday
morning, and decided that Mr. Garrett ought
to leavotown as scon ns possible. Hla slstor-ln-law,
Miss Lizzio Frlck, returned yestcrdny
trom looking nt a country houso on Long Is
land Bound, not very far from Now London.
Sua liked the plnco protty well, but the family
decided to look further for n scasldo resort for
Mr. Garrett lwloro romovinc him. He will
hardly loavo tho city to-day.
The two rooms Mr. Garrett occupies at tbo
Brevoort House are on tho second floor, and
fnco on Fifth avenue. The pavement In front
of tho hotel is of asphalt, and very littlo poIho
reaches the sick room. But tho doctors vwint
absolnto quiet for their patient. He suffers no
pain, but is Inn listless stato. with his norvos
all unstrung. Ho Is In bod most of the time,
but occasionally ho gots up and sits by a win
dow. Ha doos not read, and has no dis
position to do bo. But he likes to talk.
He talks too much. Dr. Partrldco says,
and ho is not enoourngod, because pro
longed conversation leaves him exhausted.
But. nevertheless Mr. Garrett will talk. He is
fond of telling about his business, of his trip
abroad, people be met there, and places ho vis
ited. Ho rooms to take a good deal of interest
In politics, nnd mentions politicians ho knows,
and some ho has helped. He told ono of his
doctors of meeting Mr. Blalno In Europe. Ho
is said to bo rational at nil times, and has more
strength than may be imnglned. He will be
able to walk to his carriage when ho loaves tho
Brovoort Houso. No friends nro permitted to
eeo him. and his wife Is in tho bIck room only
a part of each day. Dr. Partridge thinks that
Mr. Gnrrott may recover.
XirO JllLZlOItS HAD XO WAIT.
Aldertrmn Dlvver hbi Atrar on tne lion.
Timothy J. Campbell' Picnic.
Tho Board of Estimate nnd Apportion
ment yosterday did up what business thoro
was on hand preparatory to tho Mayor's yaca
tion. Payment of the ethnographers of tho
Gonornl Bosslons for extra work was provldod
for. The application of the Board of Educa
tion for 20,000 to provide tho free evening loc
tuies to workincmon and women was roforred
to tho Comntrollor. , ,
The absence of Aluorman Dlvver. President
of the Committee on Jinnnco, prevented the
passing of n resolution authorizing the issue
of SJ.UUO.OOO of dock bonds, which was the
most Important business ou hand. Messengers
wore sent after tho Alderman, bnt he was at
the Tim Campboll plcnio. Tho uew work for
which tho money la wanted la:
2w nlerlNoa 19. 1. ana 15, between Bev ma PraiA.
llu eirMta, Wait WaiMnrton Kaiket. gs&loMj river
wall between I'rankllo anil North Mooreatreit lion.000,
Ycetrratreet, Pier told) auto be removed and nevr 2S
built. tlj-i,X) canal street er (new) at fuoinoo,
Xaat 110th itreet, wall and pier. IIIhiiii; Heit rtrijr.
econaatreet, wadanl pier to.ou Fait Ninetj-nfili
street, tlva lmll Piers. SJW,Oui Welt ytfti-ueoiid
ureet river wi.il. te,JO. I sat Twenty fourth street,
B.w tier. FHl"ii Vt eat lortr-aerrnth street comple
tion ,ew pier. r)0o, Fa.t Blver. between nirlnnon
ana Wanton, new lir,Jtoi, last Kltty.elrhth street
new pier foouo, annexed district, water front exam
Inatlou and plana for Improremint, S30,W drelmr,
Inrepalrsauilniaiuieaance, eUeo,(jO0 ottlc eipemiea,
Maurice) B. Flyiin and .William Belden get
l,200nnd Willlnra 11 Barker $1,600 forsorvicea
as Commlsslonom to acquire lond lor High
K.t m Monster Altar Alt.
Prof. Frank Mneon, Dr. Georco Cook' as
sistant In geology in the geological survey,
soys that the Bridgelou raonbtor whlolt was
unearthed by Mr, 1'enn b fow days nao is Both.
lng but an oddly-shaped formation ot Iron. It
was found In eand and contains no traces of
nnlmul life, neither bones nor teeth. In ft true
fossil truoei ot bones and teeth are never
Watnla t Jmnp frona i.lbertr's Brotr.
" Archy," a Chlnamnn well known In Mott
street wnnts to go on top of the headgear of
tho Godded of I.lboru nnd Jump off. II o pit
HiseiitohMiui in Hull Gate, tuid then blra out
oa a mufcotita uurloslty. Uona.
Offiruif daartrooi jUclte u plate tf rearttaav-OM
THEY SHOUT FOR PORTER,
lTTi? TlOOBIKll ItKl'UDrlCANS SAX BE
IS Til VI II NAN FOlt aorEBXon.
They Won't Take Ke far an Answer and
will I're.ent Ilia Name to the em
tlon TKabertion 6havrs llnex BtroaKtli.
Indianai'olis, Auff. 7.-Just about tho
time overybody wns Bottling to tbo bollof that
1'ortor wan completely out of tho raco tho
clamor to-dny for his nomination was furi
ously ronowod. Tho rural republicans, after
sizing up the sovoral candidates, came to tha
conclusion thnt thoy wore all light weights. A
secrot conforeneo wns called of prominent re
publicans from outsldo tho city to dotermlna
what should bo dono.
Gen. Bhanks nnd ex-Congressman Uellman
enginoored the scheme It was decided after
an hour or more of talk to Bond a commlttoo
ot thirteen to cull upon Gov. I'ortor and en
deavor to show him that ho had tnkon a
wrong view ot tho situation, Uo must
be persuaded, it possible, to yield to
the popular and irrorrohenslblo clamor
for his candidacy, nnd while it wns
not expooted that ho would recodo from hia po
sition heretofore It wbb hoped that ho might
bo inducod to filvo tho commlttoo sorao hope.
Thcro wns strong opposition to sending suoh a
commlttoo. bocnuso it was beliovod thnt In
stend ot accomplishing tho obioct desired, It
would be protty sure to mako a mess ot the
" Tho thing to do," ono of tho speakers said,
"Is to go ahead and nomlnnto him, and do It
in such n way that ho ennt doellno."
But tho ru ajorlty hold to the bellot that It the
name of tho former Governor should be pre
sented to tho Convention at all, it should bo
dono advisedly and In accordanco with tho
prevailing sontimont Tho committee wns ap
pointed and procoedod to sea Mr. Porter im
mediately. Tho interview occupied about halt
Tho Governor roltoratod his declaration that
ho would not bo a candidate, nnd esprosscd
himself in relation to the situation much tho
samo ns ho did yesterday. Finally he was
plainly asked If ho " wns determined to cross
tho will of tho Itopublican party ot Indiana,"
To which it is reported ho gave no reply, nnd
this was tho most nnd only oncouragoment
that the oommlttco received.
Moanwhllo, through the activity of Bhlel and
other Porter boomers, the dologates had ral
lied to tho Porter moveraont, and othor mon
who have beon talked about in conceotlon with
tho nomlnntlon received secondary considera
tion. Other nows wns passed u round among
the delegates thnt men as high up in tho party
management ns CoL John C. Now approved the
bhlel movement, and boliovod It nominated
unanimously thnt Gov. Porter would not de
cline to shake the raco.
This had much tnlluonco in restoring confi
dence, and additional' encouragement was
git en by John M. Butler, who withdrew from
trio Gubernatorial contest last week. Butler,
to all whn asked his opinion, expressed the be
lief that Gov. Porter could not allord to decline
u unanimous nomination. Ho said:
" Ibollovothat Gov. Porter should nnd will
bo nominated. I do not see how he can well
decline. It isevidont that It is the overwhelm
ing deslro of tho party that ho should bo tho
The committee that called on Porter had an
other meeting this otening, and nftorafreo
interchange of vlows as to tho impression
made on each mind by Porter's language and
bearlng.it was unanimously detormlned-that
his name should bo presented to the Conven
tion. This dotermlnntlon to-nlghfovorshndowed
tho various other boomers, but Itobertson Is
developing unexpected strentb. A large dele-
Satlon ciuuo from Fort Wayne, his home, to
ny. Mrs. itobertson, qulto an attractive, re
fined lady, is giving her husband valuable nld.
Bheuonialnsin tho reception room, and docs
mnch toward inorenslng his popularity.
The friends ot Bteolo and Hovoy are afraid
that It eithor is nominated his Congress dis
trict will co Democratic. The brethren aro in
n worso muddle to-night than over.
aiicT axe xux run UAitnisov.
Failure or n Bepnhllcan Attempt to Faek
a l.nbor Convention
Zxoustivova, Atifif. 7. Tho State Federa
tion of Trado nnd Labor Unions Is In annual
convention hore'. A fow days ago Chairman
Huston of tho Itopublican State Committee ar
ranged to pack the Convention with dologates
who wero expected to capturo tho Convention
for Harrlbon. The scheme failed. About thirty
ot Huston's delegatos presented thomsolves,
but the Commlttoo on Credentials were posted
and closely scnuned every man's pnpors. Homo
wore spurious, others bunglingly irregular.
All nore excluded whose credentials were not
properly made out nnd signed.
About 100 labor unloiiB were represented
properly, nnd the delegates numbered about
200. ltosolutlonsworo passed denouncing class
and monopoly legislation, reviewing Harrison's
Honato career, his Chinese and labor record,
and eoveroly reflecting upon thorn. His horns
organ, the Indianapolis Journal, also came in
for a liberal share of denunciation because of
Its attitude toward tbo laboring men.
Gen. Ilarrlaon'a Admirers.
Indianapolis, Aug-. 7 Tippecanoe county
and tho city of Lafayotto and vicinity paid
their respects to Gen. Harrison to-day. Two
special trains brought about 1,000 visitors, in
cluding tho GarBold Club, tho Lincoln Club,
and the Young Men's Itopublican Club, all of
Tippecanoe county. As thoy marched up
Pennsylvania avenuo to university Park they
wore joined by a thousand or more dologates,
alternates, nnd visitors in attondanco on the
They carriod n dingy old patched Harrison
banner of HMD, which was planted on tho plat
form amJd great enthusiasm. Qen. Harrison
made a speech.
Later another dologatlon. numbering sev
eral hundred, arrivod from EvanBvllle. Van
dorhurg county, and -vicinity, and Qen. Harri
son addressed them brlofly.
ilAXlMCTSS LAtT APPEAL.
Ill I.awjer.Vlll Ga Belore the Governor
To.duy wltU JVew Affidavits.
Bt. Loom, Aug. 7. Tho manner in which
Gov, Morehouse Ignored tho request of tho
English Government for a respite In tho Max
well case was a severe blow to tho attorneys.
There was qulto a scono between the Governor
and tho attorneys when tho interview took
placo. Mr. Falintleroy requested a rcsplto of
fifty days, which ha thought ought to be grant
ed out of rospeot to the British Government.
"Gentlemen," said tho Govornor, "I am
tired ot dlcLoring and trifling with this case.
Tho chances are 1,000 to 1 that Maxwell will
hang on rridny," Ho emchaslzedtho remark
br striking tho tablo at which ho wbb Bitting
with his list
Mr. Martin, thinking that the Governor's
remarks had an lnferonco which reflected on
him and Air. Fauntleroy, responded rather
warmly that they had not trilled with tho case,
but wero performing thoir duty and wanted
tho Governor to do ilkewUe, The lawyers
then asked for a day in which to prepare Im
portant ropers, aud tho timo was granted.
Thuso pa, ors incorporate an old charge against
ono of the jurors, thutwas passedupon by both
tho trial court and the Buprcrao Court. Tha
only difference Ib thnt now thoro aro three am
davits lutulnst tho juror, whoroaa thero was
only ono boforo the Supreme Court.
Max well's attorney Bays: "The eridonca w
propoBO to submit to Gov. Morehouso pa
Wednesday, when our lost appeal will be made,
ia something entirely now. and ought. I think,
to have groat weight with the Executive. Wo
will proaneo aftldavits signed by reliable per
sons to show that Juror Ooiilaban said, after
ho wns summoned as a juror, that tho prisoner
ought to hrt hanged without Judgo or jury. We
will also dnell upon tho Incompetency ot Juror
Bonrs. The Governor lit his written opinion
said no evidence had been presented to him
which bad not been adduced In tho courts, and
ho had no authority to pass on the ease attor
tha courts had doclded It under suoh circum
stances. We now propose to give him new
and most important reasons for a commutation."
Democrat IV In at aTorismooth.
roitTBMODTH, N, II., AUff. 7. At th city
election to-day the entiro Democratic ticket
w&c elected. The Hon. George E. Ilodgdon,
Domocratlo candidate for Mayor, had M3 ma
jority over Henry A. xeaton, liopubllcan. Nip
Democratic Aldermen woro elected. The
Council If aleo Dompcratio. A light vota was
cast, and tha uepublloatia Bade gciaa la trtrarr
ward orer uut Kara vet
OZD SADDLEBAGS roll AN ADTlSKtt.
The National Commute Hears from film
Joan J, O'llrlen lo Doss tha Milk Staeklncs.
Tho National Democratic cnmpnlfrn head
quarters' mall yesterday again taxod tho
stroDHth of tho carriers on tho Twonty-nlnth
streot route. It was modo up in groat part ot
requests for doenmonts, and acknowledg
ments ot thoso already rocolvod. Deports
from the northwestern States woro said to bo
especially encouraging in respoot to tho growth
of Demoeratla sentiment The States ot Michi
gan, Wisconsin, and Iowa woro henrd from.
Senator Joseph E. McDonald, "Old Baddlo
Bags,"has accopted an appointment osn mem
ber of the Advisory Commlttoo of tho National
Democratic Committee. Ho is also n member of
tho Btato!Kxecuttvo Commlttoo ot Indiana, The
Advisory Committee la to consist of prominent
Democrats all over the country, scloctod by tho
National Oommlttco toraid and counsel. Their
names will bo furnished torpubllcntlon as fast
ns their responses nro received. Uonntor Mc
Donald's acceptance wns forwarded In his own
language "with prldo and pleasure."
Tha Jflrst Assembly district mcetlneal
Bhacklo's storo on Monday evening wns not a
Purroji gathering ns mistakenly roported. It
was aTnmmnny Hall meeting in response to
this call ot Chnirman Sherry and Secretary
Blair "To ensure Bomocrntlo success in the
nation and State, organizations must bo por
feotod, and tho First Assembly district must
not bo behind otherdlstrlctsln the good work."
Tho Tammnny Hall Twonty-thlrd district
J allocation meeting and banner raising at
larlem Templo, Bast 125th street, to-morrow
ovenlng Is to be n big, affair, and outside meet
ings are provided for. . Gon. Cary, bpnntora
Iyos.lCantor. and Bellly: Assemblyman William
F. Sheehan of Buffalo. Maurico Hnlahan,
Jeromo Calkins, and Col. Goorgo P. Wubstor
The Tammany Boclety of tho Annoxed Dis
trict go on thoir annual excursion to-day to
Oecawnnn Island on the steamor Cygnus.
Honry D, Purroy and many of tho members of
the new Purroy organization will be on hand.
The Itepubllcan National Headquarters were
very dull yesterday, many of the committee
having cono away as though to got awny from
the Blaine hurrah. Senator Thomas B, Beed
of Malno. Thos. O, Piatt, and Warner Miller of
Now York, John B. Sanborn, the Mlohigan Na
tional Committeemen, and many Chicago,
Kansas City, and Baltimore Blaine men woro
among the callers.
The other Itepubllcan headauarters, State
and local, wero oqually without stir, except
that at the lattor. is West Twenty-fifth Btrcet,
the nows that John J. O'Brien was to be in
command, mode a great deal of talk. There
are a great many of those who expoctod to be
rather demonstrative Uioro, who are accus
tomed to speaking slighting of tho "John
cios." and who do not relish the prospect of
contact with the kind of workers that O'Brien
daces his derendenco upon In the Eighth dis
trict, and will bo likely to mako at homo in the
luxurious Twenty-fifth street headquarters.
A JERSEY PREACHER ARRESTED.
Charged with Asaanlttaa Iho Sexton Tor
TJslne; the Drlnklnn Hatchet Tor Sernbblnw.
The Rev. Edward C. Dutchor Is pastor of
Grace Methodist Church on Fourth avenue. Jor
soy City. The eoxton of tho church Is John
Wannmnkor, 20 years old and a cripple. Ho has
been employed at tho church since Mr. Dutcher
became its pastor, and a week or two ngo he
was admitted to memborshlp in the church.cn
probation by Mr. Dutcher. Saturday attoraoon
Wanamaker wanted to scrub the floor ot tho
church and asked Mr. Dutchor tor a pall to
hold tho wator. Tho minister pointed to two,
and told him which one to tako, forbidding
him to take tho other, because it was the one
used to carry drinkinc water. The mtnlstor
Bays that Wannmnkor took tho wrong bucket,
filled it with water, and began mopping the
floor from it. Mrs. Dutchor, the minister's wlfo,
saw that tho wrong buoket was being UBOd and
told her husband, who wont into tho church
and told Wanamaker to change the beckots at
onco. Then he went back in his study. A fow
minutes afterward his wlfo came running in
with tho baby in hor arms and told him that
w nnamnktr had thrown tho buckot at hor nnd
enme very near striking her. The ministerial
Ire aroso In Mr. Butcher's breast :at onco and
he ran into the church, caught the boy by the
neck and shoulders, nnd gavo him n good shak
ing and a good lecture for disobeying orders.
Wanamaker turned and said: "You are a
coward. You wouldn't dare hit mo it I was
not a cripple."
Yesterday his father, who Is a brakoman CM
tho Lrio Itallroad, went to Justice. Cross man's
onieo.cn Jersey City Heights, and made u
complaint against the minister for assault
and bnttory on bis son. A warrant for Mr.
Butcher's arrest wns Issued. The story told
, the Justice was that Saturday ntternoon young
Wanamaker asked Mr Dutchor for n pall to
carry scrub wator In. Tho drinking wator pnll
was tho only ono around, and the minister told
him to use that. When he had begun work
tha minister came out of the houso and abused
him for using the palL Wanamaker omptlod
tho water out and slid tho pall along the floor.
Mrs. Dutcher was not around at tho timo. Mr.
Dutchor got angry at tho way the pail was
given to him, and, running un to the boy. he
caught him by the collar nnd throat.
Ton reporter Mr. Wanamaker said that, be
sides kicking and striking tho boy. ilr. Dutcher
hnd called him a thlof.
The Bov. Mr. Butcher Bald: "In tho main
tho story is true. The boy persistently Insisted
on uslngmywaterpall for a slop bucket, and
I forbid him time and again. Saturday ho did
It- and whon I told him to stop ho emptied the
dirty water out nnd, I supposed, was going to
put tho pallwhcro It belonged. I went Into
my study, nnd in a minute ho threw the pall nt
my wife and baby. Luckily it struck a door
Instead ot them. I was angry and wont to tbo
church and shook the boy, bat that was all. I
did not hit him or kick him, and ho is not
Mr. Dutcher appeared boforo Justice. Cross
man in the afternoon, and pleaded not guilty
bo the charge against him. Ho was bailed for
examination Ho then wont before Justice
Aldridge, and swore out a warrant for tho ar
rost of his acensor. oharglng him with assault
ing bis wife. Wanamakor is not badly hurt.
Tho official Board of Qraco of tho M. E.
church in Tonnels avenue, Jersey City, held
its regular monthly meeting last nlghlatths
parsonage, adjoining tho church. Mr. Dutchor
presided. Incidentally the matter ot the com
plaint against Mr, Dutcher enmo up boforo tha
Board. Mr. Coylo moved that tho Bonrd take
no action in tho case, and Mr. Weoks seconded
the motion. The motion was carried without
a dissenting voice.
JOHN BJTIVTON ITJIE BEE AGAIN,
Tha Operation Tar Cataraet Bnteeaafnl, bnt
lie Bess to Soy that It Hurt.
John Bwlnton, blind, bandaged, and bed
ridden, is as activo la mind as he was a few
months ago when he wont about town and
wrote all kinds of nowspoper articles with his
own hand, no lies upon n narrow cot in tha
"second floor back" of a largo houso on East
Twelfth stroot, whore Dr. Knapp and his as
sociates houso thoir oye-nnd-ear pationts. Tha
good old lady who comes to the door does not
know of any Mr. Bwlnton, and asks it he is a
Gorman; bnt a Bmall boy la tho bnll happened
to hoar the name dropped by a visitor, and so
in the absence of physicians it was possible to
learn from the patient hlmijlf how ho is get
Ungnn. " The bandages wero removed from my ores
torday," said Sir. Bwlnton, cheerfully, " and
tile doctors say that the operation for cataract
on tho right eje nns a great succobs. 1 do not
daro ns yet to state so of my own knowledge,
for my oyos pnin me, nnd I must. Un horo in
darkness at least ton days longer, but I under
stand that tho surgeons aro actually enthu
s Inst la. Thoy told me that I sulTored uo pnln
during the operation of cutting out my mstal
llao lone, but thero I beg to differ with thnm.
Do not deludo voursolf with tho idea thnt
coealno kills pain; It deadens It; dulls the
knlto, and In bo much relieves you; but I Insist
that I suffered pain, and 1 am not rondy vet to
Jndnre a similar operation upon my left eye.
am sotting on, though, and oxneet soon to do
ont again, beating all you young fellows."
Mr. K win ton is permitted now to listen to
rending by his wile during tho day, and lio illo-
Iates sime matter for publication. Ho ovon
nslstatbathn has had "a heap of lun " out of
da experlenco as a blind man.
Gambllac Away Their Spoils,
Two pollcorr.en tooli the Koystono Club of
Jersey Olty to the Jersey City station house
early yesterday morning. The membership of
the club consists ot New York Central and
Pennsylvania colored porters. Tho polios
found Ml.GOIn the jack pot thnt was Interrupt
ed and over W0 In mrmoy wns dlscmered in
tho clothing of ten clubmen. The rooms of tho
club wero over UooUoy's storo, 1U0 Hudson
street. The complaint was made by a colored
man from Detroit who oould not play up to the
came. The porters wore released on M00 balL
thoujth not in time tor tha Kew Xqrk Cealral
porpj-a to oiv Uwlr earn lam ogv
LARRY DONOVAN DROWNED.
UB UAIZES UIS lABTJUtlP rROM JltW
QBRFORD JtRIDOR, LOSDOX.
Meeting hla Xtad In a J,enp which he hns
Twice Tar flnrpaised Ilia Jiimplnsr Fenls
from the llrooklra and Suspension Crldfcs
LoNDOJf, AutT. 7. Lawrenco Donovan, who
iumpod from tho Niagara and Brooklyn bridges,
was drowned to-day In tho Thames, Into which
ho lumped from tho Southeastern Hallway
bridge, formerly called the Hungorford brldca,
Michael Goorge Dognan nnd bis wife, tho
parents of tho dead brldgo jumper, Iho on tho
top floor of tho flvo-story brick building at 68
KowChambors stroot. vsS?rPIJ&.
Mr. Dognan is about Wjffjjifi&SiS&k
G5 yoars old, and hns jftW '28,
boonunablotodoany Erar S
work for yonrs. Uo is IMS -oflfteojiB!.
a tall, well-built m nn, Jew;43rNp n
with thin gray hair uf Bl
nnd a smooth face. Vi cu3tvP
Larry's mothor is a -V rf-J
littlo sllvor-halroj j J ,
woman about CO MfA -aa
years old. Bho I3j&$Jiv6cjis $8f3aX
lltho nnd bo 1 1 o-uSMrkSHil
Lnrry'B slstors, nrySWtSSY5i
nnd Louisa, both of rSSi'
whom aro youngor x5-8?vvJy
than ho was, work in "'
a down-town factory, ur nonovm
nnd hnvo boon tho solo support of the old
couple since Larry went obrond. News of
Larry's doath reached the VoUce Gazette offlco
by cable yosterday aftornoon. and a msssengor
was sant nround to toll tho family. Nono of
them would beliove that Larry had been killed,
although tho sisters cried a little and the moth
er rocked horsolt to and fro and sobbod.
" How can. anybody know it yet? ' asked tho
old man. "Euro England is a lone ways from
horo, and the worst Is always made of every
thing. We'll know to-morrow, maybr, but
nothing to-night, of course."
In tho evening the family wont around to St,
Jnmos's Church, and, after prayers, they all re
" When Larry first jumped from tho Brooklyn
bridge." Mrs. Desman said, and was then too
proud to go into a museum, I told him that
jumping on bridges was a poor way of earning
a living, nnd that It would bo bettor for him nnd
better for us If ho Would go back to his work as
a pressman. But ho was a high-spirited lad,
and would do as ho pleased. When he prom
ised the Judgo not to jump oft any mora bridges
hers I thought he was safe, but thon he wont
to Enclnnri. Hn iispd to wrlto to me nulte
often at first, and every lottor I sent him I
pra od him to como homo and not risk hia 11 fo
again. Four months ngo ho waa In Purls, and
a month otter that he returned to London and
wrote me a lottor. Thnt Is tho last letter I
have had from him. I don't know what ho has
beon doing over there all tho time. I don't bo
llcvo he has boon killed, but I am afraid be has
been badly hurt"
" Of oourso nobody oould know whothor he
has boen killed or not eo soon," said tho old
M. F. Keating, who keops a saloon on tho first
floor of tho house whero the Degnan family
live. Is a frlond of Larry's. Ho said that the
family will probably be unable to bavo the
body brought to this country, but that Larry's
friends may mako up n purse for thatpurpose.
Lawrence M. Dognan, or Larry M. Donovan,
which was his brldgo name, was born In Frank
fort street In 18C2, went to work as a youngster
la the printing offices about PrintlngUouso
equnro, and in 1882 In the presrooma of tho
JWice Oaielte, He joined Typographical
Union No. 6, and was a popular mem
ber of that organization. Ho was a
tall, clean-cut fallow, (hardy and strong,
a steady worker nnd a good son. Odiums
fatal jump from the Brooklyn Bridge on May
24. IS 85. made no great imprlssion on Lnrry,
but when Steve Brodio dropped from tho truss
work on July 'U, 1835, Larry's soul waB fired
with an ambition to do likewise. He talkod
about jumulng from tbo bridge, and somo of
tho nttochos of the Potitf Uaiclte office prom
ised to give him f 5U0 it ho succeeded in doing
1L Ho wns anxious to earn this monoy, nnd
ftnrt a saloon with it. On the evonlng ol Aug.
2M, 18SC. lio jumped from the pnrapet of tho
south roadway, lio entered the water with a
groat splash and thon struck out boldlv for n
small bont which two of his friends had walt
lngforhlm. Donovan was arrested, and the
next morning ho was fined 110 by Jus
tice Duff. Ho immediately becamo n
horo among Ids friends, and he cave ud
his job as a pressman, and his ambition to bo
come a saloon keeper and started out as a
bridge jumper. Th $500 was nearly cono
when ho determined todrop from tho suspen
sion brldgo at Nlasnra Falls.
On rov. 1, 1880, ho dropped from the brldgo
nnd escnpod unhurt. Thon ho returnod to this
city, without much money, and wns finally por
Euadod to exhibit himself. Nothing more
was henrd ot him after this until a year ago
last March, whon ho sent word around
to tho newspaper offices that he was
going to diva from tho Brooklyn Brldgo. He
mado olaborato preparations, and ono day
when tbo wind was whistling through the
arches of the bridco hownB caught thoro by n
policeman nnd taken to tho Tombs. He said
he hnd no Intention of divine from tho brldgo.
but had protended to do so in order get
Bomo froo advertltlnc. Justice Duffy didn't
believe It, and committed him. in dofault of
1500. Ho wns in prison several days before he
secured ball. This blocked his jumping nround
hore. and a year ngo last May ho started for
London. Ho thought brldgo jumping would
bo novel enough over thero to pay. He had
only boon In London a short timo when he tried
to jump from the parapet ot the Westminster
Brldgo. He was caught and looked up. loc
tured. nnd dlsrtiarirod. Then Larry wanted to
join Buffalo Bill's show, but thoro was no open
ing for htm, nnd he cot a plnco
as manager of n ssportlng houBO. Ho
worn popularity by thranhlne two piekpoekots
whom ho caught trying to rob ono of tho cus
tomers of tho place. Ho wroto his friends bore
that ho had been presented to the Princo of
Wales, and that ho thought of getting togothor
a thoatrical company and bringing It over hore.
It is supposed that his monoy envo out, and
that ha attempted his Ins jump on a wngor.
Hungerfonl or Charing Cross Bridco Is an
Iron railway brldgo over the Thames botwoen
Westminister Bridge nnd Waterloo Brldgo. It
has footwavs but no carriago ways Its height
is not nearly that of tho Brooklyn Brldgo.
END OP XBE UltOOKLrX BTItlKli.
The Street Cars Start Aroln on the Croi.
town Uond Decorated 'With Flnra.
Care began running again at 5 o'clock yes
terday morning on the cross-town street roll
road in Brooklyn. Tho mon were jubilant, and
rousing cheers greeted the departure of tho
first cars from tho stables at each end of tho
line. Tha oars wore decorated with flags and
plumes waved over tho heads ot tho horsos.
This sign was also placed on the side of tho
first car which loft the Grcenpolat stables:
"Tho Onion Fore'vor, D. A. 715." As each car
mndo its round trip the conductor removed tho
(lacs. They Bald:
" We don't wish to crow too much oyer tno
victory wo have galnod. Thero Is no use of do
ing anything which might disturb the good
toolings now existing between us nnd tho of-
ecerB of the road, llonco wo tako In our em
lema after our llrst trip. ,
Master Workraun Goorge II. Pleison of Local
Assembly Ko. 5174. who ordored tho strike,
said: "It was u great victory for the mon. Wo
conceded a point in rognrd to Bray, the objec
tionable starter, but no hnvo beon promised
that it ho oontlnues to harass tho men who do
not patiorilro his fntbor'a liquor storo ho must
go. Wo knew that we worn right In tho action
no took, nnd wore pronared to fctnnd a long
slego. District ABSombly 75 wns prepared to
pay tho men thoir regular wages for throo
months, and would hate dono eo rat hor than
yield a point, I do not expect thoro will be
any renewal of tho trouble. There certainly
will not bonny ns long as the company lives up
to Its aarcomont with tho men,"
The Slur Sine Camp Medina Opens,
Tlio ilfty-eoviMitli nmiunl camp meeting of
tlioKew York nnd Hudson Rltor Cnmp Meet
ing Association, openod Inst evening in the old
grove at Bine Slug, amid a Hood of korosene
light and enthusiasm.
Thoro are 125 tonts, nnd In one part of the
grounds there Is an encampment of four or
lite hundred Swedes under Pastor Anderson.
There will bo Bcandlnav Inn services for thorn
Too regular sorvioos will be In charco of the
Bey, Thomas Harrison, the boy iitvaehor, ns.
sUtod ! the trustees, nt A. H, and 10 30 A. M.,
kUilnt2uiiil7.SU P, M. i'ruyor mooting will
be spontaneous, Hnd at vnrr convenient op
portunity. Children's meetings are held dally
at 4 o'clock, On Thursday, the 16tb. there
Bill be a reunion. Brother Harrison opened
10 camp meeting In the evoaiiK. t'eurtoen
coavtrU rert aanounoeX
STATOn HEWITT IB HHItRT.
Ills lafanaane Itars-alns With Kdlter rteld
n tlaa Invited Un, Mill to Uina-wood.
Mayor Howltt bowallod yesterday tho fact
that ho was looked upon as n vory astuto pol
itician on account of his uttorancos of tho day
boforo. Ho said he thought he had mndo him
self plain, but if ho had not ho wlshod to say
that ho did not intend to take anybody's nom
ination. Ho has a vory cloar idoa, ho says, of
Tammnny's purposo In nominating him in tho
first plnco, and of tho roason of tho County De
mocracy's anxiety to nomlnnto htm this fall.
But he does not soo why ho should punish him
solt on that account.
Ho then referred jocularly to tho visits of
Whltolnw Hold to bim and tho rumors of politi
cal donla that thoy gavo rise to. "Thoro waa
no politics In nny oi thorn." said tho Mayor.
"Tho first time Mr. Hold camo it was to ask me
to burn down bis houso, so thnt ho could get
tho Insurance I did it. Then he askod mo to
receive for tho city tho building that his father-in-law
proBontod as a training school tor male
nursos. The third timo he wanted me to burn
down thnt building, too, but that did not go
throuch. ThoA I Invited Mrs. Held and hor
family to como to Hlngwood, but Bhs would not
como. Bo you see that though I hnvo been in
close communication with Mr. Hold tho busi
ness was all of a private nature."
" You have extended somo other invitations
to Blngwood, I hear," Tns Bus reporter ven
tured. " Yes," sold Mayor Howitt, " I did Invite Gov.
mil to spend a week or two there, and I would
bo very glad to see him there at any time."
Dvrrr sick or 40.
A. Threat ;to Send Up Quarrelsome Knights
T for Six Mentha.
John yj. Nolan, who works ns janitor of
Pythagoras Hall, appllod again at Esbox Mar
ket Police Court yoBtorday for a summons
against William McNnlr of District Assembly
49, aQuinnlto. Thoy wore before Justtco Duffy
last week, and McNalr was warned not to mo
lest Nolan. They faced Justioe Duffy yoster
day aflomoOn again.
"What's thetroublonow?" asked the Court
"Monday afternoon," said Nolan, "I caught
McNalr picking tho lock of Treasurer Breslln's
room on the eocond floor of Pythagoras HalL
You understand what tho tronblo is nbout,
don't youV We're Knights of Labor. There's
a split In the district. 1 belong to tho faction
opposing Qulnn. Tho room which he tried to
open contained tho safo. There was a man
down stairs ready to opon tho safe after tbo
door hnd beon forced open. McNalr had no
business up thoro."
" I bavo as much right to co tip stairs ns yon
hnvo," said McNalr.
Kolun rotortod angrily, and thoy called each
other names until Justice Duffy said " Stop."
" I am sick of this thing." ho said. " Do you
think I hnvo nothing; to do but listen to your
rotty quarrels V"
"Bnt " began MoNnlr.
"Now. tret out of hero both of you." wont on
tho littlo Judge, angrily; "and If you come bo
foro me again to mako a complaint I'll Bond
you both to the workhouse for six months."
"Judpo," said McNalr. "I want to say "
"Nothing," interrupted Justice Duffy. "Clear
out ot horo both of yon, or I'll change my mind
nnd give you ton days each. Go to work like
honest men. and yon won't havo timo to light
with each othor."
TUB MAYOIl DID NOT SIARBT.
ANeirltrnntwIek Servant Girl Is Prevented
from Beeemlnf Mrs. Strong.
New Bbtjkbwice, Aup;. 7 About eight
months ago n girl named Bosa Troy arrived In
this city from Germany and wont to work as a
servant.' She wns introduced by Lena Goff, the
dnugbterof a fortune teller to Mayor Strong,
who has slnco been frequently seenin her com
pany in tho streets and at picnics. On Sunday
night the two went to the Keeorder's offloo and
asked to bo married. The Mayor was willing,
but some of his friends took him away, sad tho
girl was told the marriage would bo Illegal,
hince then Bho has been soarchlng for the
Mayor, and has said he must marry her or she
will shoot him. The friends of the Mayor per
suaded him to leave town, and tbo girl cannot
trace him. Tho Becordor said last night that
ho declined to marry the Mayor because ho had
boen drinking, nnd showed it at the time.
ltosa. who resides on Burnett street, alloses
that tho Mayor has been paying attentions to
her for somo time, ana that ho has promised
to marry her.
To a reporter to-dny she said: "I cams to
this conntrr from Germany eight months ago,
where I left my parents, and on arriving In
America obtained work as a servant. After I
camo to Now Brunswiok Lena Golf, thedangh
ter of a fortune teller, who also lives on Bur-
5ett street. Introduced me to Mayor Strong,
allowed him to visit me, and ho
took mo to picnics and exourslons.
Ho promised to mnrrr me on March 28. nnd
when I asked htm to keep his promise bo put
me off by saying that he hndnot tho time. On
Sunday last we wont io Booorder HousoU.
Mayor Strong tins willing to marry mo then,
but tho Ilecorder would not porform the core
mony. because ho said bo didn't think Mr.
Strong was in a condition to know what he was
doing. I don't know whore Mayor Strong is
now. but it he don't keep his promise and
marry me. I will commence proceedings
Mayor Strong is a memberof tho firm ofT.
T. Strong A Co The Mayor has not been there
T,vl I. Morton 9To Xontrer a Director.
MoKTiffiAij, Auff. 7. At a full meeting of
tbo Directors of the Canadian Faclflo Railway
Company, held to-day, tho resignation of Sir
Goorge Btophen ot the Presidency of the corn
pony was accoptod, nnd Mr. Van Horns was.
unanimously choeon for the place. Tho Hon.
Levi P. Morton also sent in his resignation as
a director, which waa accepted, and the Hon.
D. A. Molnnls, a Senator, was appointed In hla
Formed Wrlrht Three Times With a Knife.
William Frazer, a brawny Scotch sailor, sot
a meal at Albert Wrlsht's reitinraat, 5S9 Wen itreet,
on last Christmas Day. It didn't pleaas aim, and ha
complained to WrtiM, whoaarlied tin togoelssirtiere
In fotttre. rrsur weal away angrily. Wrirht saji
rratertaldtoblmi "1'UUllyoa.U I slof forlt" In
February lie cams back and chued Wrlabt out of the
restaurant with a knife In Ma hand On Monday lait he
appeared ai am aud pursued Wrtfb: wlta bit Icaire.
r rlesda of Wright pursued Krsier until he eongtii reruts
on a White Btaj Line ateamer. Tbe night watchman
wouldn't allow them, to follow Krazer aboard the
Yeiterdar moralnr rraieronct mere lay la wall for
Wright. This time Policeman Sweeney of tbe Minn
preelnot arretted him. Justice rattereoti committed
''rater to the workhouse for ilx mouths.
tt Costa Money to I.teht Tip the JalL
Supervisor at Lai go Qulntnrd of Kings county
has sent a communication to tbe Board of Supervisors,
calling attention to the expenie of supplying Itaymonl
itreet Jail. In BrooVljn, with caa. The gas bills fir the
Jail amounted to r,J In lss7, and this rear will prob
ably rcsch Ciuoui The Surervlaor at Larresaya ibat
it Is loipoislble to believe that the hllla are legitimate.
He reuouimendi the mbtltutloa of electricity for gaa,
the county to aie Its own plant
JSa.lt Itepubllcan, Enter Democrat.
The Secretary of tho Treasury has notified
Alexander r. bmllh the ronndentlal clerk In tbe oltlot
ot tbe local Steamboat Jnii'ectore. that hla services
have bom dlipenied ith. t-inllb Is a Itepubllcan and
had been attached to the ofllre for eight years, rraitk
J. Keenan. a peiuocrat. of the Kirth jtwimbly dtitrlot,
has been appointed to succeed bantu.
hl'AlSUH rUOBI TilK TKIMORAPO.
The Pevlls Bridge, nenr .Andermatt, Bwltxerlasd, hu
Tberi ll a great deal of yellow fever in Cuba, anl
fourteen deaths have recently occurred.
The ileaiuer Hate Clly. from Savannah, which went
ashore otxtuitle Island on Sunday night, was hauled off
by tugi Monday ulf tit
Tbe lesua ot luudard tllrir dollars from the mints
laii week was 'U The liiui, flaring lbs oorres
poudlng period of laityesr si, 47A-I3.
The rustiaastertledrralhas srpolntep as Postmasters
A II 1'slmir, Mm T.irrlunun. totiii., D rUrnla Thus.
j'syugs, . V i ttallaes P. bweeu lllmmansrille, K .
Charles U blocking, spring Lake, N J.ue Tuttle!
Littleton, It J,, John N. Lesmou. saddle River, N, J.
Acolorld itable boy, nicknamed "lloeten." at the
Saratoga race track waa hit In the heal llh a club In a
saloon near the track Monday night by snutber colrred
tabli Uy named Henry Kurnhr, and died (rum till In
Jury. Ills lodr waa found lu till rocm early yesterdsy
morning The murderer liai not been arrested
JArther ft. Olmstead, who for a nntnbir of risrs has
sen bead elerk lo the " bursars ' olOce of the IlarrafJ
kihtga lrt for peju unknown last TnurMsy, aud It ll
autsi ickt aa eieratnaUoo of hla bocks shows that all
ON TBI CAMPBELTS PICNIC. v lk 1
T7TJI VXOONQVKRED EAST WRS SAIL- , I V
iao jurzrrrs congressman. if l H
Gloom rreml.mlJflnbt'e PoUerCIins-il A wny I Iptilfl
from Aldermnn Cluuy'e ltrow-Ttvo Jlul 4( ! W ',(
lade from Sir, Donovan's Collection. 'i sail
The Oriental Club boarded tho steamer 15 iM
Blackbird and tho bnrgo Vnndorbtlt at tho foot ,ft i)H
ot Broomo Btrcet yottorday, nnd, wtth 300 J JW '111
guests, beaded for Donnollj's Boulovard lTotol llmh 11 M
at Coltego Point, nnd for a good timo. Their 'Mill
President, tho non. Timothy J. Campboll, fresh i fj'j jjll
from his labors In Congress, was en hand oarlr, if 'JJI
Ho woro n big rosotto with the word " Prcsl , r 111
dont" across It JO jll
Tubs ot ice. In whioh stood tat bottles. With W I 111
gold necks nnd othor bottles not eo'nicoly i lirflffl
decorated, stood nround waiting for somo one vlull
to coma along and take thorn out of tho cold. & FJll
It was said thnt thoro was something good to i vf.4p
drink in them. Tho Hon. Mr. Campbell j& ' fl
picked up n couplo ot the bottles and ad- &-p rrwU
journod to the ladles' cabin, with AJdormnn i m, i'ykm
Clancy. Hugh Itellly, Adolphus C. Horubacker, lIuitiKfl
FhlllpJ.Durolnc, and William Woleh. Thoro Sltitfll
was a look of Badness upon tho face of AldeS ?Usiessi
man Clancy. Hngh Bellly undertook to os- l vtbifusssi
plain why It was there. . ffikflSI
"Tho Alderman was ahead In our poker ?$,WflII
came tlio other night" ho said, and only i tf;t!lH
needed to cash his checks to break the bank. tfmiMM
In some way ho got to arguing with a Hebrew .'ialiWl
friend about his hand. I had throe nines, and SPllMLal
ponding the argument In somo unaccountable fSlilasaBI
way they became four. The Aldorman had tt Eft, .assTa
flush, and that's what alls his smllo to-day." . ihVfWJM
Mr. Hatlly's explanation let Inn great flood ol traVvBai
light upon the Aldorman. tWittlD
. "By thundorl" he said, "I was afraid mt IWrllfl
brain was going. I know that deal was all "h'Fllial
right, and he quickly rocovorod his aeons- WlKJsfel
tomed cheerfulness. ZPMl'lU
The march up tho shady street In College . FiHSrasssi
rolntwasled by President Timothy J. Camp- I !MfW.lH
boll. The Orientals took possession of Mr, iitta'fal
Donnelly's housa and all there was In it, and I i.iut'lssi
his grove also. Tho yonngmen played ball. tiKrlSiH
Thoso of the old folks who did not go driving Se'IKWanl
nbout the village stopped to hour Presldornt ';jU?Cal
James J. Donovan of the City Club, sing "Xnt" , !Min?M
hooly'a Party." This is a sample ot tho ballad)- ; v"t- tf 111
When rather Msrnhy itarted grace i iAylprtU
Our heads we all did stoop, K! ri'isal
When graee was over all the nagun ( .tQFinH
Hollowed, "Vtuo'a for soup P rf"flsaai
Ollhooly, with his knife and fork, M KtiflB
II is loop began to ate jUMf.itH
until you never law the whiskers iHtKXirTaa
Ufa man In snch a state. SKmw M
Then Burke bersn to monkey , vUisMM
With a bird s an atomy. 'PA liVisni
It flew right on the table - Liltiassi
OntoAftaaMuloshy'sknea. ( IflilHisrl
"IlavaTou everbeen toTurkey 1" iJiWLiijLl
Bays Gllhooly. lost for pace. juVfJassi
Tvi net." said silas Muleshy, &!t1mBi
"Untatpreientlmlnoroce." I f'lilwSH
Thorowero a do7en or so of stances much i MvfrfB
rosemDllng these, nnd tho singing ot them all alvfl
made Mr. Donovnn veryred in the faco, but the ' i?Mji fl
crowd wanted more. Ho thon sons another i'llttHTai
song, in which was this: I B jf Mil
They were ten or twenty men atarted licking at me BvtiTrll
Their boots glnteelly Into me theydhrnv; u,'ssai
Tbea they hit mo fortycrsckswid tho butt end of aa BMlicBsi
Wlien tbe half o' them was done the other half begon, !qbb!
I said my prayers snd thought I had to die, . ViiiCaasi
W hen O'Brien, to settle all. stood me up agin tse vail, vtLasBu
And fired tb' exeelilor water In me eye. ' teIT ihJH
Surfsltod with song oil sat down todlnnor, ' SI kS 9
President Campbell was directed to notify all ??lir '
that It would tako two hours for the waiters to ( viiM ,
serve tho French dinner. It took two hour iawac '
and fifteen minutes. Then the ODooch-matlng . Jtv'-lf '
began. The President told how glad ho was to - tSSi
see them oil. and what a big thing the Orion- ; -MfAw i
tal Club really was. Judgo Uoldfoylo said that CpM"
It was Invinciblo and ho know it. nnd the man i?$2 1
was yet to be born who could down it Preel- gw H4
dent Campboll said that they really eould not Mll!u
depart without toasting tho press. Ho would BStlJS
ask Lawyor Stern, who owned the tenomont ;a 'i;H
197 Bowery, to do it. Lawior fetorn Bald that ,J s-SJSliii
ho knew that the press was powerful, for he StciaUst
was yot sore from the drubbing he had got for i? !H JUT
tho last three or four days. -I'' Ufllat
Thaexourslonlsts left CoHoko Point at 9:30, Jd'RN
and did not eot home until near midnight ,tvk ' f ifef
taOVKL RA3IOS IS BXTRIED. ' 3!,!
The Mnrla X,onIsa, oa Which lie Died of ' gW if
Yellow Fever, Is Quarantined A2ula. I Si& 'it
An autopsy was held yesterday In Brook- ' Bggj IA
lyn by Drs. Conway and Bhepard on the body 'iv Ipl
ot Miguel Ramos, tho snllor ot the Maria W-il'ml
Louisa, who diod on Bunday. Thoy found that iVil' hi
he died of yellow fever. Tho body was burled J-hfS hi
In tho Holy Cross Cemetery at onco. Commis- jj fc '
filoner Qrlfrln had the bark towod down to Pi'iJlK '
Bcdlow's Island on Monday night, and notified fetyssi
HeBlth Officer Smith ot the result of the lnvos- ?! W i
titration. fftSk&i I
Tho Maria Louisa reached Quarantine on , Wm )fe
July 30, bound from Havana to tho Canary " f.f !tP .
Islands. Bhe had a crow of seventeen men. ? ;)"'
twenty-eight passengers, and a general cargo, K 'f ra1
The vessel was in such a filthy condition that ivfirfl
shnwasdotnioedat (Juarantlno for two days ' i.J,:ffAaj!
by ordor ot Health Olllcor Smith. Tenlto Gon- . aHSf. VI
ralez Perez, ono of tbe passongerB. was sick at 1 JrtjJ ,vr,
the time, but the health authorities allowed 1 &$?
tlio bark to proceed to Martin's storon, in I ggi ( F
BrooklTn.totakelnfreshsupplfas. Bhureaohed ? .' (1,1
the dook on Friday. Perez died on Saturday. j if- j i tM
and Dr. Sorenson certified that death resulted ' i,' t r (J m
from gnstrltia. Dr. GeorgeB. Oonnory, tho in- i " t JJlJi
Bpector of shipping for tho Health Department K -iHaai
made an investigation, and the Health Com- k. ')
mlssloner ordorod that tho bo thoronghly ! i'.-
fumlrated. Dr. A. W. Bhopard made aa 1 tr, bbbI
autopsy on tho body of the dead passehffen w w M
and certified that it was a case of pernicious jV jtf
remittent fever. On Sunday thoro was another fiVmtM
doath on the vessol, Miguel Bamos, a sailor, s' 'iWdm
The body was hastily rnmoved to tbo Morgue, ft-asasai
and Commissioner GrifDn had tho vessel closolf : ri'v'aaai
quarantined. ' rweH
ills Father Prerented tho Malhw 'HkbsbI
Michael Oeihardt. 20 years old, of 36 Wesf f !H
Broadway, went to Hobokeo tfouday night and told ' .5 1 1)
his father, who llres on Jeffersoa atreet In nobekett, 4,')im'mBBBl
that ho Intended retting married to a woman to whom u t!r vaaaal
the father had objections. The son was obstinate. Ulg fiasaBai
Sather called a poUeeman and had him arreitsd fet iNnaasTsi
runkenneas, 11a was locked np all night, and yester. o IraffEl
day momleghe told thedecordar that be didn't tblak Kitssnvll
be cared to marry the woman, ire was discharged, and I uiHsa
left tha court room with kit father. .lSUavl
Stele Police man's Cant. . TijlHEl
Vrederlok Bmldt walked into tho dormitory ol Kl'Utl
the Tweaty-isrentb precinct police, opposite tho station J ftwSif
In Bast Eighty-eighth itreet, en Monday, and stole a '., If.'fc'n
policeman's coat. Sergeant pshorne, from the Wtndoiv v Ar.-ffyi
opposite, saw Bmldt making ofl wiipthe coal, and sent I ',''! U
Roundsman tfuldoon after him. When bo was captured o'R,'h
Bmldt waa about putting on the coat, and was astonish. I tM,T7t
ed to Hnd that It wai a policeman's. lis was held tor V ,V'ft'i!
trUlla iho Harlem folles Court F,jyU,
Tbe Weather Tcetorelay. , 'i'lMA
Indicated by nudnnt's thermometer! 8 A. It. '(..$&
e P. n.ti-1 P.w.7j: l mtdnlgtit, n: Artnlti HTMjil
It; ArMajreODA.nf.7, lear, kh: tab ,fmk
stlraal Offloe JrVadlatlan. j (;(Mm
For Maine, Now Uampshlre, Vermont Msjh J I'lMjfl
I uehusetts, Pholi Iiland,and OonBectlcet, light ralaa, j: '';'
allghtly warmer, "vtrlatle winds, gsnirally easterly oa ' (. ,l'4'4'1:'-l
the. oast. l4'M
Tot eastern Ksw Tort, eastern rennsyltanla, ant V fa'SlVI
If aw Jersey, fslf. preceded en the eoasl by liiht raina. CfilV.il a
nearly stsilohary temperatufe, tsrlsbls winds. Vl ,kvTjH
ror thtpiatrlot ot Columtls, Warrfat,. Pelaware, and i f 'ti'Al'Jt
Virginia, fair, followed Wedoealar atiernooa by loosl I ! l!fi,fti
rains, alignUy warmer, variable wiuds, (euerally lOuthJ j b if U?3I
for western Mew Tork anl lower aflollgan, rslsw 1 p.'ifll'!?
nearly stationary tsmperstcje, vartabls wlsda, 1 1 ..Hj;,!
JOTTISGS ABOUT XOIVt. f , &3
Uuilo la H oust Morris I'arr. this srenlng at 8 by Deo. i ; V.U-m
worth's Baai ' ' Irijlffl
The stesrashlr India, from rriuae, arrived raslerday, f v.ltSl?aai
spoke tha Dark Secret n Aug. t, la latitude i3 US', losv. ) '; 'HK9
gltudasi'sp. au on board wore welL , t 'Xljim
Judge Ebrlloh yeiterday appointed a Floyd Clark H 'aHrffl
ncolrer ol the property of lJevl M. Pates. In a soli 1 tMBl514J
brought by William K. Peutoh. a lodgement creditor. f I'tl'T
John MoNelL, conductor on a working train on tha 1 Mi!fi,v!9
Harlem Itallroad, waa ran over and tilled at 17Sd iireei , MlUSI
and Itallroad arrnus yesterday, near Central VUlaga iVtrafisi
atstlon, by an eipreistraln from Chatham. l, f UtiM
Charles u Barrett the young colored man who sayl 1 WiUPxiiM
hestoleawateh fromawomansn Cortlandt. near the '''v'lltlai
ferry, on Saturday Isst. and that the ghost of hla , flri'ai
Inothsr warned blm to men Mi wsya waa bald for ex- ?i (iKlfai
amlnalioo at tbe Torabi yesterdsy , IJlnflE
While looking al a fire on Dlvliioa atrsel on Monday , ( ' rH; iJTai
night liarld Kogon of M Fast liroadwar and Jscoli ' ''IrifMB
Clirutolcf j Allen street wire robbed of ttielr illver ) Ufw
watches Chryitol caught the thief, who slipped oat or I CoVA
hie coat and got away ubaequently io rsluraed, andT r Uni
demanded the coat lie was arretted. ,, Trill'
Corouer Ueisemer'i deputy msds an Sutopsy on the . sV
body of Usvld llugQea the bsrteiidir. who wai arrcite4 , tVv'ii
tot violating lbs eaclae law at i Bayard street last 'i.K7
Irlday, ssid whs died In theTombion Meudsy Juit af ler t lyi
his mother hag seoared his discharge on ball Tho I 'J4t
autopsy abewed that death waa caaeedky spepltxy, ' tflfk '
Kddle Waters, D years old. end Out Kramer, a lad o I ?" flM '
D. both of ate 1nt alnn walked Into a confectionary i . 1l A
sure next door lo tnslr home on Monday and stale Its I ,1 r&iS
from tbe mepey drawer Mrs. tildiidge who keeps tbo 1 '., ?F5b
rlace, law tbe boye run away, and found the drawer tTC
.P,'.!,M1eral"', '!" re remanded u lbs korkrUie " H:
Police Court yeiterdsy , -W'J
Jacob Rlgerl, a 7-yearmld Ruislan Hebrew boy. waa. 1 ' l&
S:5,.'aisM,.l'. 2n ritersy 11. said that ha ! , f , , ffi
SJ4.1.Vr1S,'i l" twsyeeuntry ,wo moniLa ago alib Id! ir I'ri f i
iKLbs''i?f,rrt,u' ni tt yMterday tbe brother bal h Vfi
sMat otthe United Hebrew ftxJ.uVv took Uaraesi fit f 1