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I ' THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JTJLY 30, 181)0. "" l-' B " li;
oirts yvitruKu xcaiiatosr.
Lord lleadotph Churchill (llciomf Oi(r nil
r.llllral rrotrsexta-Wholeaalsi F.xpul.
la. of .lew. trmm Boul. Iropeadlag;.
ft wnlnpi rnue Vw rv,m nous
I.nxnov July 29 -In rontlnnatlon of I.ady
punl '' evidence In the Dunlo dlotce ult to.
day siis denied point blank under severe crosa-
I examination that Improper relations had ever
S eilstcd between Jlr. Wortheltnor nnd horsolf.
I Hie almltted that Mr. Wortboln.or bad stlc-
m.ttiedber husband as a brainless lordllnc.
Bht was much hurt at hi remarks and wept,
I but gutseiuently forgav him,
I Asked by Sir Charles Ituescll whether Mr.
I Werthelratr's utterances concerning her bus-
I band were a reason why ehe kept him danclliiK
I at ber heels, she said that sho did not approve
I of the remarks aud did not endorse them. HLo
I united Wertlnlmer's company largely because
she wa unable to look alter ber husband's
'' horfss htrielf and Mr. Werthelmor knew all
L' about those thlnss.
Lady Dunlo then left the stand, and Isador
f, Werthelraer. the co-respondent, was calloJ.
-I His presence created a decided sensation In
' the oourt room. He Is a flashily dressed youuft
pun of about 26. with strong Hsbralc cast of
feature.. He gate his address as Uvlne In a
fs hlonablo district of bt, James a.
His story was pretty much a repetition ni
Lady Dmilo'a account of their relatione, with
the addition of some lmorestlnc detalli boar
la mainly upon the fact that he wont to a cer
tain shop to buy baby linen. He went to Amer- ,
IcaforvirlouB reasons, one of them Peine In j
conreiuenco of a nuarrel he had with his
father aud his undo concerning a number of
presents he had sl en to Jl lis Hilton, now lidy
Lhinlo. Tbey cooelatod of horses, carriages,
Iolsmopds. and other presents. He had on one
occasion put VjJ worth of fnrnlturo Into a
house for herbeforoto went to mprica. Ho
almltted IjIh father had reproachod htm for it,
and that be had ealil to him.
I near vou aro spending a great deal ol
money on thl woman. If ou aro not getting
an) thing for It you aro a fool. If ou are Rot
ting somethluii for It you are p. blackguard.
Werihelmer further swore that while he had
supplied her with money before her marriage
he had never done so since, lie had given her
Ptesonts. but nothing more. Hu stoutly de
nied Diet their fiieuimhlp had over beon other
than platoule and said that he would bnvo
gladly married her at any time, but ho was
snrry to Bay that she woubtn t have him.
Admiration do. sn't fully descrlt e mv foe
lngs for hor," be said with such fervor that it
started a titter around the court room.
He saw tow that It was wrong for blm to
have gono about with I.ndv Iiunlo a freely as
ho did. but sho know that ho would never In
sult ber. which was more than could te said of
some of Lord Dtiulo'e Irlends and relations.
Hall a docen witnesses Including Mo Hilton,
were called to testify that, In spito of eery la
vorable opportunity, tbey bad never seen any
Impropriety between the parties
Lord Iiunlo wa ttion recalled, and denied
empbatlcallr the story that he with two others
hail tos-ed up to see which of them should
marry Hilton. 'Iho ca6e was then adiournod.
'Jherretenco ol Marmaduke Woods at tbo
Lyric Club and other West End haunts Is being
objected to In consequence of the sorry ttguro ,
hi- has cut In tbo Dunlo case. 'J be young man
l-inol In the least alm-hed. however, and swag- I
cor-iubout uppirenth rather proud of pis no- i
torl.ts. An efort is relng made to force hltn
H in resitrn froin thu 1 vnc
Ills I.ordnlilp bait Tie Llkee Itaelac Bet
ter Tfanii Fslateensanahlp.
Loj.no;. July 2D - Lord Randolph Churchill,
In an Intorvlew with a repoiter to-day. spoko
freely of bis portion and prosnecis. As a poll
ticu'i ho Is apparently under somo depres-lon
of spirits Speaking of the rumors that ha had ,
been approaohed with a lew of relieving W.
U. bmltbastbe leader of the House of Com
mons, be said the roport wasmot true, and that
he had not been approached by any ono.
'I will go further." ho added. "Bincolleft
the Cabinet I have not received a letter upon
any matter whatsoever from either of those
whom I once called colleague. I
1 like raolng better than statesmanship, '
i One Is healthy; the other Is depressing. Asa
matter of fact. I do not think political lite is
quite in my way." !
He gave as a reason for this belief that ho
bsd not beon a succo.s as a politician, nnd ,
this fat made htm doubtful of tils luture as a '
public mau. He fears that his Mews on cor- ,
tain points of policy have tended to divorce
him from the majority of the Conservative
party. Atanyrate.lt Is Improbable that the
Cabinet, having In tbo main done so well, will
Sad it necessary to seek hU assistance.
Mlalnter Voa i,ul V.ry III.
Movicn, July 29. Minister Von Lutz is
seriously 111. He has the symptoms of insan
ity. After raving like a madman he falls ex
hausted and remains prostrate for a longtime.
Upon recovering he is too weak to stand. Ho
Is o'ten delirious lor twelve hours at a time,
and has the appearanio of a drunken man
dosed with moipbino.
Twelve weeks ago this morning he had a
I lucid moment acd begged bis physicians to
How him to die I'ointlng to his swollen feet
he oiirsed the doctors for keeping him allvo '
without giving him a moment's relief from I
terrible pain. I
The German. Czech Feud.
riuotiE, July29.-Owlng to the decision of
the German party In the Diet making the pro- ;
posed Iluhemian oxhibltlon in 1691 dependent
upon tLe completion of the reconciliation i
scheme, the t i.h demand an unconditional I
avowal whether an exhibition will bo held, on
tkegrouml that leforo the buildings are con- i
MiiK-tel a 6tatomont of tho number of ex-blbi'or-
In ijoi o-sarv. It Is considered that an
fxblbltion under the Lmperors patronage
W"uld I d., iie ii ro.'onclllatlon botiveon tho
uermans and t:,e Czechs.
Tlie Ifitil FmbarKO In England.
Lopos, July 29 -Mr. Chaplin, President of
tte l'onrd of Agriculture, replying to questions
In the House of Commons to-day, declined. In
fthe absnni'o of authoritative proof, to consider
tne I nltol smti sfrcelrom pleuropneumonia,
lie ai thnr within a short ttmo animals suf
fering from tho d soase huvo arrived at Liver
pool lrr m Now York
ExP'llInc tjoiva frura Uriasla.
Lonnos, July 2i.-'Xhe Jewish community Is
psralyzed by the news that a wholesale expul
Icn of Jews fiorn Russia Is Impending. The
'wish population of tho Russian empire Is
JOO'i.noo An intl'ientlat deputation leit Lon
ocn for Vans to-day to ur-o the l'ranch Gov
rcmeut to interpose on bohalf of the Jews In
Ilraailrd In the Face u u Thief.
Berlin, July 29. -In supposed compliance
with an anti-semltl5 proclamation is6Uod by
the Governor of Odessa, a Jewish boy atlije
lostock a town io Husalan I'ohvnd. was
Prsnded in the face as a thief. In tho Russian,
utrmap. ana Hebrew languages, by Dr. Ura
aoikl. who caught the lad stealing apples.
00 ArmrnlnuH Arreated.
CoswAMisorLB, July 29. Four hundred of
'be AimenlanB who tnok part In the riotous
ijemoiiftratlnns against tbo Patriarch In the
arcienlan cathedral on Sunday have been ar-
ISO Sin Killed.
Tams. July 29.-An evplosion of flr damp
ccnrred In tho I'elleslor pit at Bu Ktlenne to
dr. It Is reported that 120 men were killed
ard 35 Injured.
i ensured bjr the I'ope,
nni.MN,Ju23.-itsroported In Limerick
Joat Illsh, p O'Dwver his tocelved a lettor
i.S "? r?'.f,1 Proving bis recont lottor oen
ticdmlslfo la c'-nuecllon with tho Pur-
Ilaroa Wliemana OettlnB netter.
ttBhu,;,u.lr2.;)'-?oron Wlssmonn was out
UbmJ n i,0'd.0.ir ,nr "lp ,irt,t lllllB Bl1 co "I
thZ'i J'e 'f 1 very weak, hotvevor and his
"iisiclanj advise him to take a prolonged rest.
Mr. t'roetiy ('limine lloiun,
to M,.' W? Atnorlcan I ei,ati, n bore, is about
Sit. f Dls ,l,r1'" ',ost '"t " pwitiws is tho
"t Depsrtment at ushlDgton.
IlllaoU ItepukllcMiiii.
C5,C' Ju,r 2J.-Tij Republican fitate
u'.. ' Conlmltti mot In this city to.day and
to0,!!ntt81,lon.A. M. Jones of Jo Havlesi
till'11, 'ieriiiniieni Umlrmnn nnd i'liulel
Biahmil" t!hcrf,M.,y 'io'hofthsgetiU.
"x'epttlat Mr. Jones was out last year
I II iv ill hue In I'blludeliitiU.
I BJ,l,'hDEI ,'"1 Jul' 29 -Aniiounceineiit was i
I Iiaui I a"ern00I ' tba laiiure ol J. J,
W hi '& i"ufftcturers of ferttllers In
TDK StAJUIt ASlt 1 UK Vttr.Tl T CAfTAlS.
Thn Majar'a Wllf nmplalaa that lie llaa
Akaadoaed Her lor a NntiDrdlnatr.
Tho story of the matrimonial Infelicities of
Thomas l: Mooro Jr. d tins Hnlvntlon Army
was told in tho dates venuo Pol.ce Court,
P.rook!n. yestrdny morning, when tl.o suit
brought b Mr. Moore against bur husband
for abandonment came up Mooro Is n Major
In tho !-alvnti, n Army, attached to Corps No. 1 ,
of Christian ( rundert. HeMason of lion.
Thomas E. Moore, the comtnnnderof the corps, i
and the ComniNslouer wa flrt sent tn this
eouptiy by Ovn. llO'.th to organUo the .Salva
tion Army In America.
Thomas 1- Moore. Jr., l the editor of the
Vrrn d of fiaUnttfii, forinorly tho Ht" (Vv,
which Is tho official organ f the Salviitbui
Army. He has ili-en from the position of hook
l.veixtr at armv beadijunrtcrs to tho station be
now i cctipus, nnd he 1b u great mau among
tho crusaders.
Stall Captain May Thomns Is a handsome
little brunette in chatco of a company of Corps
No. 2. Mrs. Moore charges that her husband
hns deserted her for the pretty Captain. Mrs.
Moore said yesterday afternoon that stio mot
her husband In I ugland olght ) oars ago. Ho
was at the time a hair drerr. Thoro ho
courted and married nor. 'J wo years niter
ward they camo to this country and settled tn
llrioklrn, Ho joined the halvatlon Army and
obtained the losltlon of bookkeeper; that
tbey lived together in perfect huruuouy until
about three months ago.
Hhe wont to 1'rovldencn Ian spring to visit
friends. Bho was gouo a month, nnd rn her
return she reiolved a package through tho
mall containing a Utter nddressud to Mli-s
Mar '1 bo in us. 511" Dfhn b uvenun, Hrooklyu.
fin the back or tin envelope was written, "Mrs.
Mouto, jou will maku use of this." This is the
Mr pAHfvo I.ttth Hit A llttl.tlMiunt whKp.rfd
in my .r snl 1.14)011 wontil like . ft fine Irnra me,
. . without si r Mf to .Ik HD) rtu-'th'iis M tt. tt, cr
r.olntH.of th. tnforui.ll n I i kli.il ui m) pen, 11. an-l
here I .tn trylni Io tr.ui. . fen p.r.sr.p . to uiy we 1
beioTtd. I rekrett.,1 very ni'icb Ii.vln to let yuit go
houie .Ion thla afternoon bitltn.i Ji..t .. w.ll p, r
bare, tli.t 1 did st 1 .m tettll ir o now tti.t I do not
c.r. to le.T. j oa t .11 so joj inuet f rete tne de.r
vt. If .t time. I iiitn unre..on.b unt et.cttne In mr
.ttentlui It . the n.ture of the.ituti. .ntoi.Ak I
Sue i. you will p.M over this fault It tue tf f.ult It K
lih Mr M w.t lnwn to tlie oltlc and t o n clock
thu .fteraonn lookinf for in. M . wan alo .. the
r-oit ortlee ut ', i. and It .. won icr he ,tit1 not
Uk 1 f.el quite rrr th.t rou were 111 to day, dearest
an t thousli I turmntrd MMt I did tint mean to anil y
orb unkind I am a poor hand at expressing inn
pnttiy out I feel al the s.tne. f, r any tie shnii 1 k
or In trouble in ess. I si eul.l not net down to UiUb
very early jouhsdb-tt.r send father after our urn
brel'a ber. use ou will tuosr lik.ijr neel It itiursivv.
1 tnusi g.t a lltnf t.i e t tr.orr n s , as to look ut all
early tralu to New Hochlle I mt to get ba k if pos
title t y 1 1 o clock N w in j durlltik. t disss f had bet
ter conclude thl. otherwise you wi 1 uot k'et it by the
first mail Vours, w'th love and kls. Klwin
Mrs. Monro said that she had been informod
by hor huabanJ sister that ho hnd bren seen
walking late nt night with ( apt. May, and that
he had d ught hor a pair of shoes and ralJ for
them out of salvation Army mouer, nnd bad
f:one with hor to see her put them on. sho also
earned that ber husband and the Captain
were on the steamer Ity of W or eter oominc
from Now London on tho night of July 12. and
that on that occasion they occupteil a position
on the deck which was not in keeping with thn
diameter or position of either of them. "I j
have always trusted my husbiind " she con
tinued, "and still re.'uso to believe that ho has
been guiltv of anythlLgof a criminal nature. I
He hafa hnd a free rein to go whero he pleased,
and I believe ha has been lasclnated nnd i
led astray by Cant. 1 homa. "
In llu .mis .iiuuiv nun uT uuuimntl sop
arnted, about three months ago. he agreed to
pay the rent of tho house where they were llv
li.g nnd to give her $i a week ThK. i-he says,
he did for n while, and then cut down her al
lowance t $". He paid the five-di liar allow
ance regularly until about three week' ugo
when he stopped it. Heiae her suit lor aban
donment. At the DeKolb avenue headquarters last
night it was said that MlssCapt. Thomas had
gono to Vew.lorsev. Mnior Moore wa- not to
t e found and tils subordinate olllcers declined
to say where he was.
Twent)-rlTfl lien. Armed to the Teetb, Pro
tect Itlra llnrlnc i. rtpeech.
Oor.UMiil.. B. C, July 29. -The last meeting
of Importance tu the campaign was held at
Orangoburgn to-day. This is tho homo of
I Judge Izlar. who was one of tho State Ben-
1 utors churgod by Cnpt, Tillman with having
j perjured themseives. Duilng the cnuvabs
i Tillman declared that Plar. thrlco perjured as
he wii, was not fit to administer the law. It
I was epettocL thoretore, that at Orangeburgh
there would b"o a row. Izlar's friends declared
their Intention of making Tillman take back
hi charges.
Great precautions were tnkon to prevent
trouble. The Executive Committee requested
that no visitors come from outside the county
Hud that no organized bodies come to tho
meeting. Thi resulted In a falling olT of
interest, Izlar's friends were prevailed upon
by tho-o fearing a bloody conflict, to remoln
away Horn the inflating and tbey did so There
were 3.00U peredns present, Tillman having a
1 large majority.
A remarkab'e feature of the meeting was
Capt. Tlllmau'a body guard It consistod of '
twenty-five men wear!ng.red shirts nnd con- .
spleiioiisly armod to tho teeth. Tillman poke
without interrupt!! n and was frequently
cheered. In charging lerjury against those ,
1 Senators who did not vote for a census by I
which reapportionment of representation i
could bo secured Capt. Tillman did not men
tl n Judge Izlar s name, as he has done at all
other meetings. His speeoh was unusually
term ornte A portion of tbo crowd was dis
posed to be rowdy, and den lane was fre
quently interrupted. One of the 'lillman men
In the crowd Infrrmed lieu. Parle that ho was
corrupt. Earle theieupon denounced him as a
liar, and for a time thero was considerable ex
citement Parle was very nggresive In the
face of an overwhelming mujori'y against
During the last weok It has become evident
that Tillman will have a large majority In the '
Augus Convention and his oironeats have
Inst heart. It Is probable that lie cannot cirry '
the State evon by primary and the only meat.s
by which he can le defeated N by n split In tho
party and then the negro will decide.
Xarth Carolina Drmoerista EudorslnB the
Fi.rni.ra' Caadldatea.
Crunr.oTTE, N C. July 29. The Democratlo
Convention of this the Sixth district met at '
Laurenburc to-day. Capt. Sydenham Alexan- i
der, the Allianco candidate for Congress, was
nominated by acclamation. Borne thought !
there would bo a split when the Convention
was called upon to endorse Senator ance,
but the mention of his uume elicited a doaleu
iuc round of app auso. Resolutions were
Eassed endorsing tho senator and pledging
I in support.
In the Tnlid district the Alliance has won
another victory equally as brilliant as the one
lu the Sixth. II. It. tirad), the Alliance candi
date, was elected over his opponent, and every
thing points to his election.
Athnta. Juh 29. Judson C. Clements of
the Soventh tleorgln Congress dlstnct has
withdrawn from the raco lor the lmocratio
nomination for Congress in the 1 "If 1 1 seioid i
( ouerefls. Like Judge Stewart became to the I
condu-Ion that the I eople seeiced t desira a '
change, und so he goes out. This pra ticullr
insures tho eelectlon of Co . Lverett in hii ilis
trlit. I'ol.l'.verett is the choK of thol'nrmers'
oiui.ciKU so Tin: iitiTt:i. ncivni:s.
Albeit Itismlln Smaatie (he tilnsii Over
'I l.o Coteinuu Jfou.e 3eniv.
Albert Hamlin, a tnlesmnn In the Mason v
Hamlin organ factory, who said that he lived
al tho (iorlach, went Into the Coleman Hnifo
office at 12)i o'clock jesteiday moit.lng, and
with nfrosvn on hii facd e.anilncd some of the '
pictures hang ng on tlio wall-, ileral-cd hlu
umbiel iiuud siunnlio I tho rbiss of a pKture ,
nfter ten minutes' sciutluy. 'Iho hutel altuch's
obiected .
I am a Christian" Hamlin ropllo 1 and thc-e
aronot fit plcturoti to bniigin a hotel "
hpetlal 1'ollceman Coine vvusralltd in, and
sas that befoie he could prevent it, Iiumlln
smashed thu gni-s of another tib'turo.
"If you don't puy i.! i for new glass for these
pictures I'll have to airest you." he said, Ham
lin reiused to par nnd ( ojt e bad him locked
up in tl u 'thirtieth street station. Ilnmdii
said then that ho mount no harm and begged
to bu discharged At .lofTor-' u Market Court
vtiKterdnv bu vvu. lined ft and pul I It.
At the h tel ye-tiud.iy it w said that tho
plo'tiios he torn. eici tl ii t" vcr. luhdncipes,
and vutl.el) iiiiubjei.tiop,il ie
Anolhrr Mull With u Jlml fi Ulll.
Aoitnit in in wm bnuzlit a '. of beer In PeKr
Kirscti s kIooii atJ7iMuui(D street last Dutit offsret
ac unt.-. t e. silver rtrtituaie In r.yiunt and ran
aay when it wusdtftiej HeH.s lau.'t and Mil
that lis ess Pa' let Irtliu it r.lestu.n Urn i ,t M Mrll
slrsel 11.0 poiue ) llisl ttis is . nmitious 114100.
Hair Jtntra tu i blcugo uud Itetilrn. via
!rntnslviiiilis Itallrnail.
tor ih. bene 1 of those dssir 1 ir 10 1 s ( t- a;o
d r nrf 11, it s e 1 .' of . I ittr ,ri s V i i t o ,1
i. it .e oi,lr 1 iiius,. i tf 'Q ' i i sun
. nt it'ilr l t'li i'..iii i sr, e ur-ioii Hi eu
to i Inc i g ' u asitiyl. r.r fir me ruj' a trip II 1st.
itli,e si . i A if to o. ai. t for r r mill Au II
Iiuk tR.rt. i 1 not l hoiierrd for re rn p.ssaite
froiufhlraitG bsfoi. Alls' T, iu ilir p r ae- tutistb.
Idei ItreJ and tht ticket .tawped al i kus.-o to vtilda't
tht r'tiua. 4dn ,
j? ;
abio imuuKi.rx itahkiioisi; liuttMin.
A Hard slattls with Flnms. nn the Water
Froat I.oaa Abnnt ?5,MM,
Nearly tho entire avallablo toreo of the
Rrookltn PIre I'opartment was sttmmonel In
hot haste last night to a (Ire In the wniohoua
Ingdistrl't In Purman sttoet, extending from
I ulton to South Perry. The scene of the lire
was In building " K." tho extieme f-outhorn
wing InWntsin's stores which aro Included
In the 1 mplto Warehousing ( oi.ipnny'soMcii
slvo system, controlled by ISnrtlatt X Orcen.
The building Is identical with the other solid
wnrehousos along the South Ilr. oklm water
front being flvo stories In height of substan
tial brick walls, and protected both on tho
water front and on the Purman street 6ide
with massivo Iron shutters. Inch store has a
frontage of about IV) feet and a depth of Jui) j
fot. and Is setiuratod fr m inch adjoining i
stoto by wnllsslx feot iloep. , ,
1'he Htotei were cln.ed up as usual about
r, to o'clock, nnd a'ter tho long-lioietnn hii.I j
other employees hnd been nt tholi home n
' conplo of boiuss Watchmnn John) lark, vvhl e
l on duty at the dock, noticed a blight light on
, the third floor of the southern rnd of store ' I."
He Immediately sfnt out nn alarm, nnd in les '
then five minutes Lnglno '-'. whoo latlon Is
1 In Purman streist. n fan hundred yatdsfrnni
the store arriveil nnd. dashing through the
wide alletway. took up a position on the dock,
I nnd a stream was dlroctod from It totrnid Die
i iron shutters on the third floor, through which I
enioko was nlrendv pouring. Other engines
at rived In good t'me. but it oon becatne nvl
dent that tbey would bo Insufficient to grapple
1 with the tire which spread rapidly nvor the
I big warehouse, and In quick succession two
I other alarms vvoie scut out. Chlof Inglneor
Nevln took charge. Ho fought tho tire its .
I usual In such cse, oponlng the scuttle In the
1 roof nnd i ourlng deluging stietms of witter
I Into the liits rlor and also directing streams
into the openings in the bulging shutters
Por morn than half an hour tho tlrutnen had
hard woik to keop down tho flame and pro
vent them onveloplngtho building. Thu light
1 was kept un fur a couple of hi urs. At net timo
did the flnmos reach the roof or pour through
the window . SulToratlng volume of smoke
Hllod tho alloyvvav loading to the dock nnd, al
most blinded the crowd of Htectntors In lur i
I man street. At midnight the tiro was well
I under control and entirely lonllned to storo
I " P.." tho contents of which were for tho most
1 partjuto. sisal grass ntid other fibrous mnto- I
rials and somo sugar Mot of It was dis
charged frrm tho steamer Pnlcon from Cal
cutta, during tho pa-t week, and was con- I
signed l" ft hundred or more Importers. '
I oencral 'uporlutoi dent YSm Leckerby said
that ho could give i o oplai atlon of the causo
of the fire bui tliought that It luobitbly re
! suited from spoutnneous combus'Ion. Tho
totnl value of the contents would lench about
' $;OU,000 nnd the building was vorth MOD iitm.
The loss on tho former will probahlr be from
t 'o.n'iO to t o.uuO. nnd on tho luttor from 120
000 to JO,OjO.
First Sestjtoasj ol n Itls llevlvul MeetlnK
nt Merrick.
In spile ol the rnln Hint fell so florcely during
i Moudny night, making mud of tho Long Island
roadiand a marsh of the metdovvs, nnd In de
fiance of the hoavy clouds that hung over tho
sky all day yostorJay, threatening a heavy
storm, the camp meeting at Morrlck was
opened with all the enthu-lastn that Method
ists are wont to lend to such a proceeding. Vos
terdnr afternoon wa-, glvou ontlrely to the
children and nt 2 o'clock, when tho services
began with the twenty-second anniver
sary of the children's Sti' dav School, the
Tabernacle sheltered hundred of chil
dren In holiday dres.
Tl Rev B M. Adams, tho presiding elder,
extended a cheery welcome toeve'vbody.
I'he Rev. . S. Kavnnagh of tho "iresnpolnt
Tabernacle made th address. He minted bis
argument!, sole'y at tho children and paid lit
tle attention to the old ones.
He showed his know ledge of children by
preaching to them a sorm m liberally sui piled
with stories. One of the anecdotes that made
them laugh ver much ran like thl-
' A great num.' er of children was gathered
into my churcn and efTorts wero made to im
t re-s upon thorn the r.ecesity of attending
Sunday school. One of iho sioakers tried on
object lesson "n tho children Tho elllngot
thn church was decerateil with a pi 'ture rep
resented a stream of water flowing from a
beautllul fountain. He poiuted to this and .
asked the children what it was. I
' 'A fountain '" they jelled ,. '
''Flowing Into it" he said, Is a beautiful I
and nourlshlug liquid. Can you tell me what
that liquid is ''
Boer '' was the unanimous reply." I
Mr Kavnnagh said that the children thought
thut if the liquid was beautiful and nourishing
It mult be son ethlngel-o lealdes water. Ho
said that be bad frequently scon cbildreu come
Into a Sunday school -tupld from tho effects of
beer which they had received In their own
homes and at the hands of their parents. He
said that these children hnvo fallen asleep
shortly after taking their seatn, and that they
woie left undisturbed until the eiTects of the
bear had loft 'hem.
The Rev. T M. lerry of Flatbush. the Presl
dent of the aseoi latlon, preache 1 the evening
sermon. He said that mnm paiior-s would
take part In the week's work, nnd th.it every
one of thum wa determined to swell tho I
power of tho Church bv many i diverts. He
wasclieered In his discourse by the fervent i
murmur of lps hearers and by many fervent i
nmen. Thomlnl-ters present yesterday, bo
sldes those n'ready montloned. wero tho Lev. '
YWUinru Hamilton of Imory Church brook
lyn. the Rev. Willlnm I ayton of tho Seventh
Street Church of this city the Pov. Oeorge Pll
mer of llnldvvin's. the Rev Henry Iilntz of ,
Parmlngdalo. und Rev. II. S. Poote of buaiurd.
of.MJ tint noons t.aii'xr.
r.D'lDrtn.cL the HoosjeeSlse O.ve A.sr
When Sih. Thiuielit Mbn 'Wita Iljlnc.
Mrs. Rose Flood, who owned the tenement ,
houses ir.2. 101. nnd ICG Tnst 109th street, ,
became very 111 about three yoars ago, and.be- I
Having herself about to die. deeded the three
tenements to hor brother, Peter Cain. Mrs.
Flood recovered, and asked ber mother to re
turn the property. Teter was willing to do so,
but his wife would not permit it. Mrs. Flood
continued to occupy apartments at inc. In
January Poter died leaving n life Interest in ,
the property to his wife, who instituted dis
possess proceedings against Mr 1 lood, but
failed to secure her eviction. On Monday Mrs.
Flood went away on business, leaving her ,
apartments locked. Wlion sho re'urned she
found that tho door of ber apartments had ,
bien opened, and that hor fnrnlturo
had been removed to another part of tho house.
Her bureau had beou rifled of 1100 and a din
mond scarf pin worth $180. Mrs Flood called
Janitor Henry (nindo'man to account and ho
acknowledged that he had openod the door
and move 1 her furniture under the order of
the agent of the property, J lin O'Soll of 2110
Iiroadway. Gundormnn was arrested. In the
Harlem I'nllce Court yesterday he was hold for
oxumtnatlon. Other ariests will be made.
Sir. Flals Thlaka Mr. Itrlden le the Man
A ronfers.ee lit nyracll.r.
SriurtHF, July 29. Assemblyman Hamilton
Fish. Jr.. of Putnam, auJ Russoll S.Johnson
of Oneldi came to town to-day in company
with John C, Davis, a former Assemblvmnn
from Onel la.
They mot during the ovenlng Assemblymen
Howard O White, Willis, II. Rums, and Igna
tius Savvmlllor of thl county, who uui. their
co-workors against 'i bomas C. Piatt at Albat.y
last winter. ,
Mr. 1 nth orrand wits presumably to lenrn
who Is tho most available man for Senutor
against Piatt or nnv candidate ho may put up.
in a rii' rein rter be said
"Mr Ueldon would make nsp'endld run In
the senuti rship race and there would be lota
ol fun for tbo Piatt faetloii. There Is no rensjii
why be should unt lu'crme n rnndliftite. ns
there I-precedent In tho history ol New. York i
State for such a course, Senators Kernan and
( ouklilig both eamo Ironi I tlcn and wore In '
the --enate together. 1 do not believe that .Mr
1 iatt has It In bl--Pwi r to name a i.nidblato I
tOhticieedMi Evii'ts on the o 'titrory Itie
mnii'H with us to lo -o. As to ni own pr ;s.
I ects, they could not be belter 1 horo will no
no opposition whntover In Putt.am to my re
turn to tbo Legislature,"
My era nor wood.
Dr, Howard Gillespie Mjeia of Now York
ond Miss .Mario Antoinette Darwood, datigh
ter of tho liov William McKondree Darwocil,
J). D , pnstorof the entral Methodist ( hur.h.
onkers wero quietly marrlel bi Dr. Dur
vviodat his residence iiuiuia v ista avenue, In
the pieseiiio f ii fow relntives lesterdny af
le uoo I'r Mjers Is a graduate of I'llmo
tuu aud llelluvue C olhgu-. '
J'rlnce Georsr May Vl.lt Newport Yi t,
NEVvpnrT. Julv 29.-A private dispatch re
ceived here to-day indicates that thero ie still
er gruat uncertain. y us tu .whether Piince
flei rge of Wulnslscoralng nrnot. Hut thedes. '
pa ii isdelluiteou onnpolnt mimelv that If the
'1 1 ru-b can get here by I rlday night from '
J eruiuda so as to al!"W thu I rlnce t see the
111. Of lis ' fi'ls P llJ,tlli I It' If
hrf ird- hit .un --il st; thei. bu -nil ate.-r
t.ear of sew i on
The F.lrarant Miiralona l.liullrd I
l.sav.s (Iran I enir.l st.t on vi Sew lork r.oiral.
very Saturday at J I" M- and arrive. at Saratov. anwi)
I' U sui.ro U.ruir drwin rvuu aud bull.l smtk. I
ls( can.-AS, I
1 i 'mftii ii
our 310,000 . in 1:11: vtitur.Ts ash
Mit. 1:01111 IS llll.llt V.VK.
I Then Oliver Sumner Teitll Ilua Forty Type.
I liter. Hidden Avsny Vis In Itrniiiliviiy.
Unriiins lor Dear I.I le and lor the , II. I.
It was announced ostorday that the'Titl
' rot B,"or " I'eople," nro not n'leop thesodavs
nnd that 100 of them have just --ubscrlDisd J1G0
j each as a preliminary fund for campaign ov
pous.s. With this $10,000 as ft starter 11 head
quarters will bo openod early In October, and
n start ol clerks nnd other bupernumornrlos
will help tho ball to roll Alroady fil 000 circu
lars te'llng of tho movement have been mailed
to residents of Now ot. countv, and a man
sais that J0.0J0 favorable responses havo boon
Collector Prluirdt's oftlco svas overrun vos
tordaywith friends of Park Commissioner J.
Hfttiipdeu Robb. nlf wanting passes for the
rovouuo cutter which Is to meet the Matestlo
down tho bay this morning. Commissioner
lii.bb Is on tbo Mniotle, and those friends and
others, who have n tug of their own, will mi et
him and Wrileome him and tell blm he should
ennslilei himself a candidate for Major this
full. Mr. Itobb's friends want blm to I ec mo
u uandldate on the Citizens' Heber Newton s
ticket. 1 11st year, when Mr Rolih returned
on the t miirlii, his isrsonnl rlend. ( olloctor ,
1 rhardt mot him ihwn tho I ay ai d wele ,mod '
hltn. This year Collector I rlmiilt will huvo
nothing to do wl h a clti ens movoment. Ho
Is lor a straight out Republican ticket '
Cnl nhvoi runner T call of the Republican
fllto regiment is 1 tinning tho new unrtj irin- j
gnndit just now on the deud quint. Thoowho
wish toee hlslatesti ollectl n 1 f prettv girls ns I
political ocont hohas got nearly 'Tty work- ,
Ing'yt cwrltorsiorwho wunt to sign tho pledge
should call at 1114 Iiroadway. two lllghta up.
They will need to be persistent, b r an unim
pressionable c lorod man. with a guttn porcba
conscience, will deny that Col. T01II I thure,
unles tho applicant Is made of too stem stun
to be turned awny If be gets tiy ( erberus he '
will llnd ol Teall and bis forty fair asol-tunts
lulmlnntingtyiiewrltten stuff enough to utot
tho plan ot creation. Tbey will also Hnd that 1
the Colonel has a whole door urrangeit with 11 I
room for the promotion of tho naturalization ,
of nllon municipal teformers ;
'I he soekers after the Municipal Reform ,
I eigne are therefme nlvl'.d to make 1.14
Rroalway their temple. It wl 1 be useless for
them to sot their face longer In the direction
or the oflleo of Julian T. Dav los In tho Mutual
I He building. Mr Davlcs sails for I urope to
day for a sl weeks' trip. It 9 interesting, but
not par'l' ulnrly elgi lflcant, tint Mr. Cn kor
will return from aoro the Atmntlo at about
the same time as Mr. Davie.
The Committee on Municipal Flection of
the Republican Club met lnt evening at tho
clubhouse 4 'ill Fifth avenue nnd authorized a
sub-eom:nlttco to prepa o nn addre-s to tho
pul lie ombodiing tho conclusion irovlouMy
leached that thevare In favor of straight Ro
pubilenn nomination, loc-.lly. N encourage- ,
mentof hyl rid Republican and County Dem- ,
ocrney tickets, n even of Wlndnr llotol-Nowton-Duiuv-potter-ullie
Tenli oitizon tick
ets can be secured In the Republican Ciub.
They Want to Name the Ilemocrrttlc Can
didate for Auditor In Ilronkljtt.
Tho attitude of the Control Democratlo Oor
mnu fieneral Comtnlttoe of hints county has
I rocentlt given some oncetn to the managers
1 of tho regular Domocratle orginlza'lou. Tho
German Committee, n fow weeks ago. de- I
I mnndud that it should recolve recognition from
the regular Oenontl Committee. I tit the latter
I body after conslderlngthonrplicatlon, adopted I
n resolution, deeming It Inadvisable to formal-
ly recognize any set arate nationalit) and re- '
ferriug the entire matter to Judge Thomas A.
Kenua Chairman of the ( nmpaign tommtttoe.
f hairmnn Kenna nrrai ged for a conference
with representatives of the dorman lommlt
tee aud it took pl.t' e last night at Vron Hall.
The coinmittO'S thronrh its siokesman Mr.
LavTton. t dd Justice l-.onna In very , aln lan
guage that while the (ierman Dcmocrits pro- 1
poeJ to net harmoniou- y wl'h their party
they wero determined nt the 'am ti'tiu to o- I
cure more recognition than had libherto been i
accorded them T ho committee snld Hint the '
German Democrats vv mid earnestly up
port Ju-tlco henna for Sheriil, but tint
they would expect to bo given tho privi
lege of naming tho c ndliH'o for City
Auditor, nnd, further, that after the m .t elec- 1
tion thoi would extectti bo g, veil one-fourth
of the minor patronage Theconim ten bused
their claims to tht- recognition on tho fact that
the German Democrats compo-ed on. -fourth
of tho vrters of that party in the county. Jus
tice Iveuna will re rt the result of the -onfer-
ence t tho Ucneral Committee at its next
mooting. I
Yousc 'Wilbur Crane I.eavea HI Vl.ster
und I'vadea aa Ofllcsr With n luiriint.
A warrant was issued on Monday In the
Tombs Police Court for the arrest of Wilbur
Crane, a young crayon nrti.-t. in the emp'oy ot
the Thoatricol Printing Company of 19 Past
Seventeenth streot, who was formerly an ap
prentice of the si ringer Lithogrnt hlo Cum
panyof Mo Vvoit Twenty-third street, his ar-ro-t
being called for on the ground that he has
wilfully deserted his mastor. A year ago the
Springer Compauy mude a contract with
Crane, who is 19 years old. by which tbey
agreed to teach him the trade and pay bim a
certain 'alary for two and a halt j ears, ho
agteeing to bind hlmseif to them 01 that
time. His brother William Crane who v.ns
emtloyed In tho lithographing dowwtment of
the Metropolitan Job Printing office 3s vesoy
street, gnt the younger brother employment
there Ho refusnil to roturn to the stringer
Company and the warrant lolloweo
1 otirtofllcer J nglih vlsltod the Metropolitan
Comtiany yesteiday an 1 totiud thai Crune was j
vtlth the 1 heatrh al 1 rlnting 1 oiupnnv When
the ofllcer called a' that es'ab Ishmont t rane j
was up stalls at work I ics.dent -eeis Mild it j
wa- ogalnst the rules for hi one to go up ,
stnlrs where tho eiupioven were at w rk. He '
was so urgent al out 1 t1 at the of.icor ie't, and ,
retuin'd shortly nceomrianled by ihreei thers,
Meantime crane had disappeared English
tl ere upon arrested Mr. eor nnd Socmtary
llegemann on tho charge of resisting nn otn
cer Roth were subse,tiontlv di-charged in
the Tomt s Police C iurt, an there was 1 o evi
dence that the had Used violence towurd the
They're for .Johnny llaveaaort'a Itlllt No's
The Executive Committee of tho New York
Sta'o League of Republican Clubs met vector
day ut the Filth Avenue Hotel and decided to
call a convention of tho League tt .-aratoga on .
Sent, 4. President Pdward McAlpln of Sing
Sing, Claietp'e M. Smith of Richmond, and W.
A. l'larsou of t-anitogn wore appointed ,1 com- '
mltteo of arrapgeiueuts, and wi 1 meet at i 1 1
Itrnadvvuv to morr w ufteruoun. As orat is
for tlie, caslou .puaker I eud nnd ( 1 neiesg.
1111111 M Klnley, among otheiH aro expected
A resolution win adopted endo' sing the 1 ed
cal 1 leetloii bill and urging its pas-age by
the Semite A. V. Humphrey o' llar'em mid I
1 J, hii I. IUvenp, rt sprke in favor of the reso- 1
lutlon. but the latter modest y refrained fiom
explaining thut his interest In tho bill was due
to the pride ot pntepd'.y.
Clouk Cutter M sine Wnce loi Iho Heis.nn, j
A oommittee of non-union cloak rutters '
called on Harrison A 1 atigdnn, lawyirs. In '
Temple ( ourt yesterday, nnd said they wiuiimi
10 sue the cloak mnuufucturers who had dis
charged tii sin. for lueach of coutrnc . They
said that when they were enga.od their em
ployerB had exacted fromthema promise not
to join the union, in re urn for whlcn lonces
,m they were to bo engnginl for the season.
Now their on plurers want ihem to join the
union, and will pot give Uiem nny incps wnrK.
'1 hey wip t to -ue or tl.o wages iheyw ill 1 I
ltavit re'oi.ed fni tbo ret nt ilus-eiin, Iho
lawv'iis 1 romlsed to wrl ' t" t'ns niiii"fa
ttiror . There worn no 11 iw leveliq, men's
atnoug the cloak operators estord.iy. I
Fatally Mnred by a I ovv.
A vlclouncovv owned by John Kalb n truck
farmer of Fourth avenue, Long Island l it), be
came entangled In the rope by which hnlb's
fourteen-year.old jou llonn was luadlnglt to
pasture yesterday morning. Tho Loy at
tempted to untangle the rope when tho cow
iMiigb' blm on bet hoins and tos'toi nun In 'he
air Mr-. Kalo wont to the uiMancu ! in r
si n aud t led to dr.vo th cow una) with it
stick Jbe iinliriul charged at Mrs. l-nii.
knocking her down and rlug her, line houi
Piei oil no iibdomen, tearing a gash about
eiglr ii lies lung haii and a workman drum
the in Imal off with pitchforks. Mtb. hulb iwll
probubly die,
ttr. Fylo J.n.r 11 Ilurrcl of WUInkcy
I nder F.kellinic i ll 1 iilll.luiicrM,
Syr.ti f-B Jutv 2'. loseph Paylo left a barrel
of whiskev In front ' f Ids s 'oon to-day. After
t'lO-lin bad Peon s n in,' on it itiv'iiinthob niel
e 1 el ' 1 1 1 ,-' 1 1 'ii s
Ii 0 1 (teen f t in 1 1 .1 1 - ri-i im 1 ie I
ami his niik u si ru niil. tu r . 11 i nl , e 1
a Pdbi carriage vt ere Usu' 11 1 lie 1 ft r
the explosion thu 11 uto' lil. nlooulouked
as II It hud Leen visited by a tornado i'bere 1
was 110 sum ol the vthlfkoy that had been lu
tli barrel. i
nALTKii a. men mi ax dead.
The Jn-llaadlrapfirr la itelea.ed frosa III
'leirlkle Hiifrerla.
Salter O. liegeman died on Monday night,
j at 11 o'clock. Ho had beon 111 slnco last Christ
mas Day. He was employed at Hnrpor A
Ilrolhor its head St. ck clerk. Last October a
I number of books fell from n shelf, and Mr.
I Hegemnn and a fellow dork stoopod to pick
thorn up. In ntlslng the back of tho dork's
I head struck Mr. liegeman a sharp blow on the
(Ids ot the face. Nothing serious was thought
jrtJfJw of the matter, but
r-'srj du.'ng tbo holidays
Jl he bogan to com-
3? Mi plain of pains In the
1 .", ly hoad. They grew so
wVjA ncuto that his mind
V"i'-Sj';j. beenmo ufTected, and
X.6W a closo exomlnntlon
&Vsll!ilfeiN hY 1'rof' llu11 oftl19
4&MpAV'fipJ'?&il College of New York
BtjS"frs fttul nr' fowler dls-
' W?- closed tho fact that
tV I J17 a tumor had formod
WALTfcKO.HE0r.MAN. 0t l10 btM0 ' .','!"
skull. Later this
was found to bo a cancer, nnd Its growth
caused Mr. Hegoman's hoad to bwoII almost
tvvico its size. lie waB talasn to tho ponoy
Hospital In Ilrooklvn. whero several painful
opotntlon. were performed. The difficulty of
the location of the disease made thn task of
cuilngan impossibility, nnd bownstakento
bis fitthot's hoiie, nt 4j Halsey street to die.
Hero he was taken care of by his brother. I'r.
iho II. Hegemnn who mado It the task or
Ids life to alleviate his elder brothors suf
ferings. "alter Hegemnn was known to the ontl'8
athletic world. In hi youth ho was a fairly
succesflful sprinter, but it was as the official
bandlcnpi or of tho old National Association of
Amateur Athletes nnd later of tho Amatour
Athlotlo I nlon that be vvn best known. Ho
took an active part In tho organization of tho
old Willlamsburgh Mhletla Club and was for
many years the Soctotary and a member of tho
Games Committee of that fonious association.
Ills judgment and conervatlvo policy did
much to make the club the success It was-at
one tlmo the lending club of the country. As
one of the l'vecutlve Committee of thn N. A. A. I
A. ot A he did ye mnn sservlec in Introducing
reforms and eradicating evil". He was a prac
tical athlete nnd was forever devising ways to 1
Impiove tho management of nthletlc games
He Introduced the rope I lanes f our sprints
and oilglnated tho present system of starting
time handicaps, by which any nutnbor of oc n
tetante are ent away from any time limit
without the ehanco 01 an error. As a liatidl- 1
cai per ho was u success and almost the Inst
service ne did the A A. V was to handicap the
mo ster meeting nt the Mndl-ou Square iar-
don In which n"arly wni nthletes tnrtlelpoted.
This funeral -etvlces will bo held to-tilghtat
his father 1 tesldenco 4s."illaleeyrtreat Ilrook
lyn. He leases awldivvand throo children
two sous and ono daughter. Ho wmb born July
21. 1- in. and entered Harper Rrother' employ
when but a lad 1.) year old ondromahied with
them until his fatal lllr.oss.
Joseph Van Inwegon formerly a well-known
railrond contiactor nnd nt ono time a conduc
tor on the Lastern d, vision of tho Erie Rail
road died at Port Jorvls on Monday, aged OS
year. He was at different times a building
contractor rn tho Prle. the New York and
Osvfogo Midland, and the Port Jorvls nnd
Montlcello Railroads. He was also for a tlmo
a hotel keeper at Port Jorvls. Ho loaves a
The Rev. Samuel FbofTteld Bnow died nt 311
Manhattan avenue, Brooklyn, on Mondty, In
the 4th vear of hi age. He was tbo oldest
survivor ol the Mi'lerlto sect and a life-long
expounder of Its doctrines. In lMShocameto
this city and fuunded tho church of Mouut ion
George s. Anderson, a new-piper reporter
who Ii id for several yeats reported t'10 pro
ceedings lu tl e Mate courts in tht city died
In Reiievue Hospital vesterdayof haatycon
suiui'tli n. He had been about on Monday. Ha .
was born in Auburn twenty-nine years ago.
Samuel Whitney, bead cf the firm of Whitney '
Pro., foundois 01 the groat glass manufactur- 1
Ing business in Camden and (iinssboro died at ,
Capo Mir "11 MoQilav. Hnwan75 tears old und 1
one of the best-known glass manufacturers In
the country. Ho leave a largo ostate.
ict, r Rernard, the French dramatist, died 1
recentlv aged 2. He had written, in collabo
ration with others nhoiit llfty comedies or
vaudevilles, some of which have leen quito ;
flupcossfni. For many years he had been n
clerk In tho Ministry of tLe Interior.
Congressman vvil lam Mchinloy Jr. was
I callod home to Canton Ohbs vesmrdav hy the
I serious lbnei-s of his sister Jlisr Anuio McKIn-
ley. Miss Mckinley died lat evening. She
has been one of the most active public school
educators In Ohio for thirty years.
Judge Franklin Hardin died at Glen Valley,
Ind. vestetday. Hn was a member of the
( on'tltutlonal Convention of ls.V) which
framed tho 1 onstitutlon ot Indiana, and his I
frequently ret resented his count) In the Legls- I
! lature.
John H. Irwin of Philadelphia fell dead at '
I Paul smith's In tho Adirondack, on Monday ,
eveulug The cau-o of death was heart dls-ea-e.
Mr. Irwin was the Inventor of telephonlo
1 aud other devices.
' Chnrles Halghr, a member of the Produce
1 Lxo'iange. who was in the Hour business at 24
I stone stioot.dled on 'Monday night at his home.
I 45 ost '1 hlrty-sevonth street.
Howard shaw well known In the southern
tier of counties died on the farm on which he
rnssed hi whole llo near Middletown. K. Y.,
on Monday, aged G years.
Daniel Ilii.s-tt, on old rcsldont of Hlncham,
I Muss, nud President ot tho lltngham Institu
tion for Savings died on Tuesday, agedii'J
. years.
Capt. A. nenry. nn Omaha capitalist and di
rector 111 the Commercial National Dank, died
. ot 1 1 lunihus, Neb sostnrduv. ogod 65 jears.
Pns utll'e Inspect ,r William H. Alphangh
died at Wlilimnntlc v.,lorday of Rnght's dls-
I case. He was 3'i years old.
Prof. In Pert Kidd at. elocutionist of Western
repute, died recuutli ut his homo ut Oakland,
I Ohio.
I W. M. Shepord. rnrt owner of the Winona
iMInn.l Opera House, is dead.
M. Rarbe, formerly Minister of Husbandry In
France, died jesterday.
Color rtenrer Ifueh l. Gai tliiu'a Ileath.
Iltuh vt (lartlati, senior co or bearer of the slit),
nlnt'i P.'rfitnent, met uuh vfa'.l accident on sun-lay
at bound Itsaeh near stanifor i, sehere lie si as spend
ing" the summer with Ms family un Saturday lie left
the city nn a lata train which arrirel at Sonnd Rearh
utl.' IVousuntay moruinir Ihe ntaht was dart and
a tin' min railing Vf ir .slUutlni from the train h.
started la the nrouf direitlon lor his house uodlnthe
darkness fell user 1 Uiff about thirl) fsst high.
There tie was foiut bv snm. farm hands on Sunday
m rnin ant .s t ilo-u to his h ,use Ue r-corered
eon lonsii'ls ' ut he lad received a compound frac
ture ol the soitit and died .tf, o ci'ck on .Monday after
no n
sir onrtlan snt to the front with the sute ninth In
l-iii an 1 re -ired his app, tiitnisnt ot c. r lis.r.rou
t'ie tl- 1 1 or OTsr ttilr's je Is he fts lis color hearer,
at d al ths lime of his dentil wis secon J sent ,r in the
state lie . , nuill.andsr of tohn V llawllus j'ost rvi,
1, R. f r tsso consn a iv- terms and n.d Lean dsle
K.t. to the Natlotoil luuvsntlon of the 11 A K. Ilo
whs .charter iiietntsr if tl . 1 .iholloiluti.nl nrst
era' r o, viount Morris Council so of the latholM
llsnrvn'ent I en1 in au4 .ln a trustee ot sylvan
CnuniU linl vincrtc-n I ej,on ot llnnnr tor over
11 rtr sears tie w.s a resident of the I lerenth ward.
In l-l he more 1 p, ins .te rs .ence in II rein. Ilo
tins t een a u.stnher of tho tlrm of hn k rss.v tl'n,
wh lesa " ijuornisr hants or s. Trari street, for 01 .r
teenti years Ilo s, s S'l vears of A-, ant leaves a
sent ie nnd nr. ti'Nt The tolynl b. broucht 10
till, s 11s 10 in irruw uiornfnir aid 111 h taten to St.
I et s Church 011 1 a.t 1 17th street, where rune r.l ser
vices will I. hsil At 1" ia si to morrow The later
ranit wl.l Is In Calvary I'eiut 'cry
Died Alone.
Iluuati Frank, a ci nstructmv rnslnesr. si as fount
deal Itill room at 11" I a.; I'ljhly ssioul street at -s
r, clock last nU'ht. lie had ilvril a one In the flat fT
tvsojs.rs lis si as Lit seen alhei 11 sun t.f innrnlnir.
an I prot all j d -d iU4.riii.ht It was ubont 4aars
ud mi 1 h. I suff-rsil fur sears trim In.ointiia and
,li ieil 1 s, Men t. 111 u jr.ir a.'., he s;ent a sl.nrt
t tue 111 11 1 ns! rive as) lut.l Pel era f und in his room
s'iow ih.t ti. wis. Hie msruitlini etnrine.r and Vice.
Pre.ltsrt ,,r it e t r mk Iteiolvit i 1. .1. furnace vt.nn.
facurnu 1 onipiny nt petrol In must ots lime (he
.sent ef the -teef Hoi i en 1 1 einj .ny of oA Mm street,
lir n. nurrlsl anl hsd tirsr cnnirsn but h. hat
leen snari'd from his s fe for j-iira A letter was
fnutil titisroim fr 1.1 hi daiirl.tsr Jeanett. tl.trd
a Irjthei ), in 1 1 nro-itr levy Kara aa underuc.r
I ef trSl l tn reUlOTS th. t id)
Man Pal . ',' sears oil a ssasherw, m.n Using-at
I rlnc. str.si was t in 'Ip.l.n Lei .t ie, , cue,
li'.t 11 ;l I 1 ss ss 'rfsi sn 11 v.enS.iurd.y and Is
ru ru.ed lilsisittl III it I l.'lil
AVhiit SiViia roremisu 'inker''s Drreniof
IdvurlP Crrksr whu iss.ij t , b. a pear reUilie 1 f
rtcli ir, 1 r itsr. and who is In charts of tire eiuuie 1,
stattonel at Twent ninth strset, Ju.i east ef sersutli
asenue. was summoned t sfors ihe Kirs Coutnissioners
ye.terdsy VVhst ot.'urr. I t.f.r th. Board ir what
sre ths "'tiarrras up, ,n wh h ue w.s suuimoned as
not dleiinr.l vtr i ro-er would say nothtur last erste
Inir out or resi.it tn ins sir eriurs aid i hlez Ilonnsr
e. uul 1 ..) uuminff bsi ause there I .d i een co trial
(iiiiisn.er s-s ttistss enk.i -title .
i r , h rw , n i i ' l , I r , i i srs i -till
si i I t . T a r l i . ,
e. sai j, u.i er i e in Hit r i - ny I .it
n ni, s' ei-u' nils ut ii - r.ti) i. ruin that
it e s I p, f rui 111 1 1 u.n m th. unt lie spent two
or fhre. fuiiir. see iif t . t, e u a cr us lime on land,
.ud ih ii si , nt l he He' re tr rs Ifotel and if t into bsd,
.11 was ino latif aid by Lis ocean TJ ags to se oallei a.
Absolutely Pure.
A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest
of all In leavening Btrencth. U. S. Qovornment
Kooort, Aug. 17, 1SSH.
nstrnx or the white f.QVADiiox.
Tbo Chtcneo, Atlantis, asnd ltoaton Hack
from their I'rotosiKed tSeis llrtlU
The squadron of evolution which hAs beon
crul-lng In foreign witers for tho Inst eight
months, drooped anchor In Gravoond Ilav
just before 11 o'clock Inst night. The first ap
preciative patriot to welcome the three baud
some ships borne woro at Ocoan Grove.
I As tbey passed the summer p!casure-eekers
j on the beach, at 7.15 o'clock Inst evening, tho
j Chicago, Atlanta, and Iloston wont through
I some of tho evolutions that they have had .
j tonslvo practice In slnco last November. Peo
ple at Lone Ilran h also had a ehanco to sea
, the white ships drill.
i 'J ho proprets of the suuadron toward and
I beyond tho Hook was slow, as the air wad
i somewhat smoky and thn naval navigators
, probablv did not wl.ii to run any risk
The Chicago, which Is the Ilngship, led the
Iloston aud Atlanta up the coa-t und Into
Ornvesend liay. ."he dropped nnchor at Ki -ft
o'clock and extinguished her side nnd foretop
! lights nnd displayed alienor light". Tho Hus
ton nnd Atlaniu followed snit, Thon Aylmtral
Walker began signalling orders to the oilier
shins by electric lights Answering flashes tnmo
from the iloston and At, unto, this electrical
' convorsntlun ceased In a few minutes nnd the
8'iuadron went to sleep. Two e-vpectnnt bum
boat women waited at Quarantine, nil night to
get a ohance at tho returned tars. Tbo shlis
will come up to Ouarantlre this morning to be
i inspected by Dr. Smith. They come from ISIo
Janeiro purt thut Is seldom free of yellow
Thero have leen threo deaths on tho
squudron since It left here. Tho crews were
not allowed to go ashore at any port In liriull.
The People's Pnrlj In Convention ut Lin
coln, with UOO Deleeuts..
Lincoln. Neb.. July 29. Tho Peoples' Inde
pendent party of Nebraska met In Stato Con
vention In this city to-day. The gathering
comprises over 9uO delegate. The Partners'
Allianco predominate with a good following ot
tbo Orange, the balance being Knights ot La
bor and Union Labor ndherents.
An attempt to adopt the standing platform
of the Parmer Alliance as the platform of tbo
Convention proved a failure Tho Knights of
Labor showed their hand. and demanded the
Insertion of plank declaring for tho Austra-
I llan ballot box and tbo eight-hour lav. After
somedebnt this wa conceded.
'Iho platform demands tho restoration of
silver to Its old plm'e In our currency and Its
free and unlimited coinage, laud monopoly to
be abolished, the general Government to own
and operato the railroad and telegraph", and
I furnish tranaoi rt&tlon nt cost. State and na
tional taxalbn in luding the tnrttT, to be o
I adjusted that all shall hear their ut burdens.
i Nomination for O, vernor having been de
clared in order, tloorge A. Abbott, C. II. an
Wjck of Otos c, nnty and f. H. Power ot
Hitchcock county were placed In nomination.
I ns wore also Dr. A. ( olemitn of lMk. nndiiuy
(J. Ilarnum of Platte. The vote resulted ns
follows- lwer. 4C5, Van Wyck. ft27. Cole-
, man. IC; Ilarnum, 25. The result cnused
I niuoh enthulosni and not a little oxcl'emont.
Mr. Powers adv.ind d 1 1 tho stngo and tbansed
tho Convention tor the honor conferred upon
ITsst Xetrport Soelefjr lit Dolus.
NswroaT, July 2ts Mr nd Mrs. Cornelias Tancer
blttcav. a breakfast at "Oaklawn ' in the .djotnlor
town of Portsmouth, this mrnlnc Breakfast ss.a
sprs.dtindsr atent attach.d to the piazza Afterward
some of tke ?ue"ts examine t tho won l.rs ot ths fancy
farm. Others danced in the harn. Amon? the ffuests
were Mr. T r Ciishlnit, Mrs. vvil lain Astor Mr and
Mrs. G R. Wharton lira John Jacob Astor Vr and
Mrs. T. S. Wlllln. Mr. and Mrs Attierton II Ijht Miss
Vill.lni vlr anl Mrs. R T VVilsou. the Hon. Michael
Herbert of the P.rltlh I.eja'lon sir. an t Mrs. vv Or.ne
Wilson. Mr. C C Haldwln Vlr r.nd virs. lami-s P her.
noch.n lot ard Mrs Wetmore Mr and Mrs VV K
v.nlerlsllt. Mr. Ward VIcAlllsler Mr anl Mrs I Town
send Hurtl.n. vl . r.r.n elevens Mr .nd virs. Pr.s
cott Lawrence Mr and Mrs J A Burden Mr L1sl
nardsiewait and Mr 11 V f. Tailor
Mrs Robert ijeelet 2. to a larj e e'near to nljfht at her
zaansion on the 1 lifts
An Original avetcacn Hon.. las Rhode
PeOTipsscf, Jti'yCS Arrangements will be mad. In
New ork to morrow for th. or.nlnifln this city within
a few daya of the llrst ortflnal package hous. In
Rhode Island Tb. propri.tor will b. Gecrre Tvft.
Mom. time ago Taft l.tr.d a store on Fxcb.nc place,
which he converted Into, saloon. He then ai l-d for
a license und hatln had ' ue for anothsr is oon for
fourteen years h. tool ght h. co .1 I irt t'is licen-e
without anytrouS. 1 t he filled And row 1 e.p o-pos-s
to do buttoets under tho original package decision
Ifi&rk. fnser'e rilore tloed.
Deputy Sheriff Stersns yesterday closed tip th. stern
of Mark Mayer, a c rporatlon dealing in men', furnish,
log goods at 142 Nassau street, with another stors in
Crooklrn Tudgmsuts w-re entered against the cor
nor. Pen vestsrd.r aggrsgatlnc i-,047. The lUbllltie.
are said tote argfl f ir t'.e anl'al emp'oyed. hlnmsn
thitl illrsch who t.prssstit cparlss Kaufman ajodg
menl creditor S.IJ jester tar thatn. f.rnstnev wsr.
aMetole.m tb. T-ierch.t.dise liabilities were about
S oiio . id they did net kn w what Ihe concern owed
for borrowed atone) Th. asssta si ere about eJo OJu.
Blore Than u Quitrter of a Mlllloa SiVho
Wnt Frnalont,
sViintvoTo July C The number of applications for
pensions under th. aot of lun. J7 which up to ihl. time
h.T. been received at th. Peaslun Ofhcu 1. about
airnrcRs: slissssc rats o.r
Fonr'sei ... '-0 I fen sett.... 7 I2 Moon seu . : ii
.tuu v,.irs tjis nsr.
fandy Hook. S S3 I Oct. Island. J 191 11.11 Oata. , s 03
Arrlfeil-Trtsusr July '.'9
I' 11 Kesri. rge Pommander r.lmsr, anchored Innde
Saudi Honk at 0 V) P VI
ss Frls.t.nil r.ndle, vntsierp
Ss Illinois, iiogg Antwerp
s. kmser vvuhelm II , storm, r, Bremen.
Ss .terser f itv s, rite I Brl-tel
SsJatn.icn Thotnison st Ann . Bay.
ss v .iciiiM. sii er St lot n
fs l ntnal 1 isk ria vrston
Ss state 01 Texas Whu. ms, Kernandtna.
ss liiivandnlte, Ualker Norfolk,
bs Mortal, c Itr, o.rnner Brunswick,
ssseiluno Legoe st Ann s 1 ay
H II V U Mines llalletl llesloii.
f-Ttt Lernora, Morrce, rsrnandliia.
lloriatet arrivals see r'iri. Pxs.
iHRlrtS Ol'T
Fi Cunc. frrm New Vcrk, at Llserpool
sell si tnnu roiiei.v rniri.
EsFi'sr!.. frtm Hare for New Vork
crii ois, stxsysmrL
rait 7rrf,ij
JtUUCltH. Hum Sac,
Brltannto. IP.'ponl s uo p vt,
1 ID of II' rln Liverpool IS lu P M ti'll' VI
cooralu Hub
lionati Kingston .. . . I ' P M a no r M
I aim Bremen II ' M. Snip M
Buila. Hamburg &niA.Vi
toes. Havana I in P M Slop. M
VT.ssIsud Antwerp 'J ui 1. U. 4 00 p. 11.
sou Jitnutf '10.
NVrm-mnla. Ilsiuinirg i 20 A A 5-ioa M,
ortnoMii; Be-m 0 1 1 io P. sf. a tsj p m,
Prins FreWik ilrnlne. Jac-
nisi II no A. M. 1 fop M
s.i lla., . ' lei tue - . IruP)!, 3 isi p it
' ..is of Nibno' v o isois . h si vt
s.rsiso sT.susittrs,
1 be ist-Jif.
Polaria Ststlin July a
Neridl Cutenstowii Juii- vo
Pgjotun Monarch lotnlon Juw pt
Vl i.tlr Imrtuiul Jul) 21
stale of Indl.na. . Merfl . .... n fuly to
onum I. 'ttenlam ,M . July IS
Nurge . .. . I lirlsti.usand ..... . .July Is
if rtuKifr uiyJI.
Italy lisrnnil Jnls 17
H)s!a . 1 1 1 ir . Juii- pi
lu c ativ. o r nr ,tu r 11
' .1 1. j I
sr Hi JiP ,j
.111 I 1 1 11 . .1 I. 1
.!"' s, uthaiopton . ... . July .11
CHy of Chester . tjoesiisiuwn July 4 1
lue .vjfun'it Aug. X
Lglptl.n Vlonarsb london .... July la
Amain ,,,. .LUuibkrif Jul U
a a A i,
uisinrs'i ,frtlrfj. ' ?f i
Harry Trleoisherona bsluilfl.i and lnvtft $
ates th. hatr. Imparling gloss ant' silken loflnsss. . IB
Keep' nress Mhlrlsi mad 1 to measnra. SforftaX Jt, 1
on. better .taiiy trice. r--i and all Broadway. V JrJ
IIAHTI.IJTT-HKINNHt.-ln Parli. en the t U
ispi int bv th. Rer rharlfi Behmldti. at th. r.aj- 1 J J
dtnrsof the brld.s mother Klsi 1 rally Moalmav. 1 ' hi
er) skinner to Vlr Paul Waylagsd B.rtlstv eoalpt.r.' 'H
CArsl.l:U-tVIIKKI.l;il,-AA lb. horn, ot th R
trnte 171 Wesiulthst., Vlr. A. X Caal.roC Chlcsg fi U
to MlsiMay VVhse er lit SI
ha'1 iii:m)-iii:ji r.N-u A-r.-At Prtiigsport,- a- m
Conn. July .- .Miss Floreiioe It. ll.m.nway, dauib' f' ;Jfl
ter of rreuk llemenway. Esq, to Edmund rtatu.ll ji iS
of.SewVotk cliy 'j VX
li:ntTTI -RIJIFr.n.-On Monday. Jitysa, at- 1 j J
th. resllencoof tlie Her. ttr Adsele, J.UJ1 Polton ite It m
Brooklyn, JUis I.istle klefer to Mr. Js.n P.rotU. ) jjft
A HEMH.-On Monday, Jtlb- M ntthmond. Ta, PHjl
JaneS Arsn widow ef Huphen Arsntaof Jsrooke 1 JrWn
hn. n.y m.
IsAltni:n,-At Menton, runes, r.b . G.nsrUre ' ' HiM
All) u, only child of Horace icn I Caroline VV. Batbsr. (1 j, JK I
Purt.1 ssrt lee. .t W.r.hnns. TViltnt. Conn., en There. L WK. V
day. Juy JI, at lu 3J A M ij 1 tf 3 f I
llA-sHKrtVII.I.n.-SelUe. Lelovsl wife of Jaraia !'V9Ci(
It. sserrllle, aged 25 yoars r'AI'H'
llslstlsrs. frlsnJs. and msmtssos ot aolden Bole Coon- 1 , '', lUSl
oil A. L. ot II, sndRcotls, No sis, A. O. U. W, are 'j U'B
Invited to attend II funeral from her l.ts real- ( a'
deme. 34 nth av today at II30A.M aharpi J.J Wtft)
thence to Ru Raphael's chuxfih. West 40lh sL.wh.r 1 ( iTlTv
a so emn high mass svnu be oCereJ for tho rapes et ' $'($
hersoui ijl 'm
IsROt Kill-.irit.-rm July ;. RllrAbtth Anna, It J J.J
ontr daughter of F A. and Augusta Brockmat.r. I ' , I'M
It.latites and frlen.ts are respectfully larltad tea.. 4li-?
tend th funeral from lit Varlck it. on Wednsdar 'IJ! ','
'"' I -'l "M
CAM HUON.-At Ida Ut. rsaldenoa. 103 Wejt 134 I !' ,'
st on Mu&d.y. Jul - James Cameron, ssted. 6T slk sy
" I l!' ?Vi!
Ra atises and friends are Invited to attend hta fnnsrU ' 1 'a '
from ths rest fenca of hut muth.r. 3J7 Weit a:d it, ' M j iS'
to da, at I P. VL I Khi
Com It.N. On Monday, July 2S, Amy Tier. sea, is fl'
s.ungeit daughter ot Edward It. and Martha A. 'j J-fJi
toburn 3
lle'atls.sand frlsndsarerrspectfuUy Invited toattenft 1 Jsi;
the ft.neral s.rvlcea to-day al 4 P M. at the rsst- '3 -ra ''
diiice l.erparents .'01 West t23d it. rieaaa omit , Jl frs ''
flowers. J'Tf'Wri
COBHKTT.-Nellte Corb.tt, agsicl s yeara and ,Jf,J I
monttis ;-jsSt I
ftelatltesand friends are Invdled to attend tha fuaaral , '2 I' Iffi' '
from I6l Hudson st on Wednsiday at l p. M i" jtCS, j1
Cl'l.nAN li-onJulyas. I-I'l at thsreitdenceof hlg tj 'I1;
I srents 217 Hast S4th st John Jissph Cath.na.oolr 'lllla.
chl 1 of Rlcha.-d and Maggl. Culhaus. aged I ' J ' vfl'lj'
months and I day ' r rxM& !
Puneral on Wednesda) at 2 P.M. Iutsrment In Cat- j ''x&M ,1
van Cemetery .3a f
IAVI-sON.-0n July32. IRSO, H.nryJ. rsaTiaoaSn, J
at Llverpeoi, on bo.rd the steamship MaJeiUo, frota 1 .jjjfS j t)
hi. rt failure 'pSil
Funsrsl services at Phillip. rre.byterUn Ctinreh, , s!,!f,
Madi'.aav. and 7jd st. Pn lay morning. Aug 1, at 3 Sgj
lloi.:ock Please omit flonera. luterm.ut private. 3 sjt'
Xl.N V.-Vtichael Dunn ag.d3fyears i lirtl
Retatlt as and rrl.nds are invited to attend the funeral , ajj! 1
from 3 Va-lck placeon Wednesday at I P M. t ' Jimjfi
ECKruS.N.-At Huntington, L. I, Jnly 27, an- ifl dSjJjlll
tsred inti rest Fanny A., wlfaof M. B Eckerson, 4S l
jotinrest dsugnter of th. late John D. and Calha- ' lajiii
rlne Fay Baker of rrltgsport Coin 4j 4ub II
Funeral ssrvlcss it St John a church on Thursday at r vji Wfi ii
2 PM. carnagss will meet tr ihi from Long Islaaa rf mt j
( It) at SO V. V TW ji
JGHTZ -On Moutay Jutyis, at tia lata resldenoa, C4 1 ' 1 Hf '
Greenwich av., John Lrtz. Inh is smb. year. if '-ilrl J
FUJ.NCII.-On Ue.ith Inst, at U'a summsr rsst- & ilS?fij
Cence. Woodleld, ' Clayion Hrench. la his 67th . S' Jit'SF,
T'"r ,l--rv1Si
GAM I'U.VM !oun4 Beach. Conn., on Monday, 'Sii hi
Ju :, llu.li M i.artlan. sanlur celor atsarerosih ' WL '! !V
1 eglment .N 0. S s . and Peat Commander John. fl'Sl ff
A Rawlina Post, No KJ. fj. A E-. -V. V. In ths ilittt ,1 f! ';
year of Ins .r- r. ;VT If
Ills frlen Is. fucluliog tho memberaof the rathotle i i " lJS
Club. M.nnt viorrls 1 ouncll. .No la) Catholic Bsn.T. ' vt vft P
oleut legion anl sylvan Council. :o l.'Oi Amsf- r V f w
lean Legion of Honor, arelnvltrsl to aeaiat at a ro t tj ij S"
qi.lemmassln st Paul a church. UTtls st and Leas. fr 2ft 'Ai
ington av . on Thursday morning-. Jnly SI. at 10 OS- ' M
o ck. Kindly omit Sowers. tj .St !!
6a1M:it-tt his ,ato residence, oornerof U5ll J. 'i mJS(
stindldAT ew York city Jutr 2S. Oeorf day- 'it. 'M nl
ner. inth.7Pth ) ear of hUa.'e 1 ,,fji vX Rr
IIAVI.i:Y.-On Tuesla). July IS), at 1 45 r. HV, t $M
Edwin C Hawley. In the 4Uth year of hta aga. I1 fflfl Ml, iff
Funeral services .this late realdenoe, Marcy ar. anil -put? ft
Psnn st. Ilrookln, on Thursday, .Inly 31. at a r. K. r 'Snf3 M
Interment in Greenwood Cemetery on Friday mora- "iijf $
Irg J "7a I''
nEUBMAX.-On Monday. 2Httl Jnlt, Walter O, 'I 'j
Hegeman In hla 33th jear gS O
Funeral services at residence of hii parents, 4AS rial- U ? )
ses st Brooklyn Weenesday. 80th Imt. at R SO r. It. Jl "1W
Iinizni:no. -At Mount Version. U.bsl U. Infant - "M '
dajghtrr of Aaron and Carolina H.rXbers lirlStl
n I' fill US -On Monday. July J8, at t.r a short Ul. 1 srfiSijt ,
nsss Ann Hughes, aged fO yaars, beloved wtf.ef ,1 Vrfrejr'
the iat. Patrick Hughes, a n.avs ot county Cavazt ' ' iij$l
Ir'"nl ' 'MM I
Funeral from her tate residence. 110 Z.ndlowit,at iihSU'
l' T) a )1 thence to tl Chunih ot St Theresa, '- ',J!i;
where a requiem mass wiu be oflired for the r.noa "' JJ3&
of her soul. ' ftsTii
.jrnssON -On Monday morning. Jnly 28, Or.CtllM ' -v '. 'wMt
W Jutson. In his Tnth year. "Ttll
LXI II. -On July 28 after staert illnsia. J .ha j I iftHl
Lynch, a nastve of Lurgan, couody Caraa, Ireland, rMlf'
In tl e 23th year of hla age f rijtJS
Funeral will take plae. from his lazss residence, 840 . s x$mj
1-jb. J4tli et this morning at v o clock, theooe te , '--l'
Church cf the Fptp'ianv. where a aolemn high mate , (-.jix
will oe celebrated fur the repose oat h soul if?
JIrr.lttTHT.-On Tuesday, Jubr 2, Wllllaae ,ti'
McCarthy. ,9i
Pei.tisesand fr'ents of th. family are r.spectfotty r eTSjsJM
invited to a't.n 1 the funeral froirshts late residence. ' ''falll
le'sothav on Thursday. Julv St, at 2 o'clock P. U. "tS
Interment at cemetery of the Holy Creu Flatbush. Ktm
MellDSAl.I).-st her l.ts ruldeacu, 0 Commerce ". cHK'V a!
st. varg.rn McHonald. r?ifMl
Relatives and fr'eudi .relnrltesl to,aAtenil the fanaral f S"a .4 I
on Wedneilar at 10 V. M , c sr&t I
MlTItAV.-Hn Monlay. Jury 2.rreno ElUahetH. . l'At M
daughter of Joseph and Tereesa Murray, ag 8 ttfri 9
jrars. It 'Mjii M
Funiral from her lata rrsldenoo. 143 East 2ftth it. te- t i m
dayat2P )f Interment In Calvary Cemetery. ifc? W
rr.l. 1 UN'.-Suddenly. at Grand Canon WyomlttsJ, , '','' B
July 24, 1-00 1. jy K. P.lton of .w York city. . j A m
Funera, ut ureat Bamniion, Vifl. sn Tfeoridar. 1 tW' fl
Jaiyai, at ' 3J o'clock P. M Tralu le. vs. via K.sf 1 ' JiJii m
H.ven R. ft ntsoc'ock A. M. TtW '
KsMtLonor, .Na 434. f s.n A M-Brethr.ni Ton. re ' 1 M'i 8
hereby invited to .itend th. funeral ot our lata ) .''JjV,1 I
brother, Hoy II P.lton. Tauriatay, July St, laeo, a ;'(!
f,rat Harrington. Mas ' ' -)
ROLLIV M MOROAN, Mut.r. ' (f) H
HF.Mty W PI SOYAK, SscretAXy lijM
m:iIIING,-July .", at thersildanc.of his son-tn. ' Llfl
liw J It lltldemari. e2l Tlntouav, Wm. Raddloc. iU
In hiss th esr , jfl
Fo'emn rieiu'em nt st. Augustine a. 170th st anol
rrankhnav on Thursday at 10 A. M Frlsndsanil ' .
rs.atives respsctfudy hinted. Interment at at, I ' '
Rajmoud t. . fl
BIC II. til II si.-At n.linar. S J., on Mond.y. Juljr I t-fl
.8. M.rv King, wife of Edgar II. Richard. u4 1
a.u.-hierof tli. iat. James AL King of High wood. , ff ,M
N 1 sgrli,4!etrs I )!
HON tl NIL-dn the '."th tilt, Margaret Mary, rt: B
chlidor Tlnmas II an I Murgaret U Ronayn. ags4 1 1 j;-'H
7 inouths nr.d -1 da)fc sA1;,!
It rer.l irlvate. i ?S taal
Ht'liri I.r.lt -At .North Plvor H. V. on Tusldsy, y?M
Jul) lis, Allc. Pites, wlf. of sponcsr D chuylsn-. J j 'H
.Notlc.of funeral hereafter. ' . ?ai
MIllll.'I ().N,-At sli.ltun. July as. Anna Louisa Caa. ) I'Y-.JB
Hear. ifs of the Hon W. R. MheJton agsd 01 yeara, . ij.' 'ai
ruier.lfrom rcildenc. 24 High st . .w llaren.' te- , I'sS'jM
d.) .til" S ReUiivea aud frtsnds luvit.d. , j I ,
HIM. -At her late some near bummit In spouylra- t ii?aB
nia county U n ths i'Mh Inst, si.rgar.t Coalalll, p 'H
niilow 01 Rolsrt sun .ced7'S)ears x'aval
t-sMIIII, VI h-r it. resid.tire, 3 Clifton plaea, , f M
Pr""kljn. 'an. Beriholf. wife ot Sausu.l Smith. I , ' tjU
nged73)e.rs , laal
luneral erncea thii morsong at 10 SO o clock. lotar. ' IB
meut al ll.ikeusvcg J. L'JB
TA T I.O H.-VI Po ghke.Jls..N. Y.July 2EuIla, j' L'iB
r. Colllt.gwonl, wlf. of I B Taylor. ' jH
Funsral from her lata residence, 83 Monlgorasry st, 1 V'(
Fonghkespsle, laday U4 o'clock t M. Relative! i -tjt
and friends ar. Invited f ssl
tVtiOII (in rllT. Jnly S3, 1!0. al Saratoga 'iM
strings N harlss F,rrit stood, eldait aoaof 1 . H
Hie a'.. Win II W ol ViJaaal
Interui.nl at Sew Rod all.. i9 4 -mmai
Ones 7j West .d SI. enrusr Hflttl AT,. V T. iaaaal
fSprrial ntrlifw. 'fl
A YinilRDI H (IllllHTII and th. original t
col'rklve- to the hair ty PARS.) It 8 UAlK HAUAii. saaal
P VilKl RS til.SJfcR Tl'.Ml Ill's bos' ooughour. jH
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ARussun Pim ssa. by Tracy TurasrsJIL Ma 171 "a, I ..aaSJai
Strai se rimes tiyWm Westall. No. 1.43X ......boa. V .aaaal
li.shon ,red b Theo 01ft Ni. I.4S3 . ... . 20a, t 1 yaaaal
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