THE SUN, FJtlDAY. SEPTEMBER If, 1891. 7
THEY ARE FOR YOUNG BLOOD.
H rn roonoia democracy are hot
H Mr. rutt EsnUtn Stantaetty r
H raeeelt' Nomtnalon-Hls:ata r tha
E Tbrt Faction to Maratoaa.
H The Voorhts Demoeratio Conventions, Id the
H cJd numbered Assembly districts, to loot del.
H natesto the 6ratoga Oonrentlon. passed off
H ouletlr tt evening. TheCommlsstoner was
n the (round In person, and bad a little some-
H thine to say. The seleotlon of Fassett by the He-
H -.j-jHeans, he sald.would necessarily change the
B prearranged slate somewhat. Mr. l'aasett
V wii a young man. tha Commtialonar declarad,
H .nd would have to be mat by a young man
H ooa who bad lots ot ability, cnersy. and fol-
I ' "Then you aranot In favor of Mr. Flower for
H Oevsrnor ?" Mr. Yoorbls was asled.
H "Mr. Tlovrer Ik an able mnn and a strong
I mn." he replied, "but wo need a younger
H ui-int tlieheadof our ticket to rim against
H Stoat the ltepnbllcans have entered In tha
(M TheVoorhls delegates will go toHara-
toci pledged to Mippott a ronng man."
Vi ho Is thin young man?" Inquired tha re-
v,ou mutt not ask ma that," wat tha Com
The corridor" of the Fifth Avenue Hotel
were crowded with politicians last night. Tha
Urn Thomas Collier Piatt. Poitmatter Van
rett, and Senator nisoock ware prominent
anions tie throne.
Police Comml'-tlonar MoClava and Boss
1'latt bad a lone conference on one ot tha
lo'ai. Mr. Tlatt eald to a reporter.
' It Is Impossible to tay bow the nomination
ct Fasett wai ciintummated. It wag all so
1 i.o-.taneou. nd every other nominee nt onea
Tltl drew his nam. Waving tha young etatei
nan from Chemung In complefca possession of
ilo Paid. If the Itepubllcans throughout tha
State will but manifest the aama enthu-tt-mil
spirit that was displayed at theConton
ilon there rnn te no posslbl.j douht of tile
a eitlon In November, in hi speech accent
Ine the nn nliiallon. which was an able effort.
Jlr. la'sMt clearly slated thelssuooi the cam
lalcn. Hols u mini who possesses the tnlnnt
fer preiH't thought and Uetllve actlou. and be
will mike 11 si Irlted and acgressivo campaign.
It Is his intention to traveru the whole Htnia
nil acquaint the toters with the questions
wlI h will com before them In tha fall. The
ticket h-Ailed by l.im will sweep tbe Htate nnd
, btlne it Into line In the Kepuhllcan column. I
have n' douto of the olectloa of the entire
ticket.' , ,
.New Th .rs 1st-evening the j. Sloat Tassstt
uni'iiliMilliibiif the batenth Assembly dls
tr it will It'll ft mas meeting In (-'nickering
Jlall t 01 on the campaign. Next Friday, the
J "lli. tlire will I'O a meeting of tho lteoubllcau
bins Committee nt the I'lftli Avenue Hotel.
She '1 milium- Committ e of Twenty-four
met in'litmiiinn) Hall last evening to make
llnlnrr.ii gemo'tt for tho trip to Snxatoca.
Alltlieillitilot leader-' w.-re present and mtvie
il.elrrep rts 1 mm these It was learned that
tliB Jiinimany continxent will consist of (.00
orTlHjn.en. Threo trulna will le rrqulrod t
tain them, nnd these trains will be run ten
minutes apart, 'ltio Tummntiy hendquxrters
at vnrnto,ni will be nt the Urand Union Hotel.
Toe T.iimunuy deledutton from the Kleventh
illstrlct itcconipiiiileit by friends to tha num
prof liiiiormnro, will leave lorbnrutoeu to
nlcht. The n.irtv toes up in advance to spend
Miniiay utilie hprinsenml tnban acood llnio.
'ilie n- cluii louiiH of tho (Jouuty Demo
na s In the Tw.-nty-Bocoud district, at the tor
ter of Hliiv-scenth Htreot iiud Third avenue,
kere formnll opened last evenlnc. Hpeeclios
trrmade by ex-.lutlue lilake. ltoger Jroster.
llinrlcs tl. Jackson, and otheie
'J heso ilelesates to harntosn were elected In
his city la-.t nietit by Tntnmi.'.y. the County
iMnmcraer. and the New York Democracy:
vc'nl Pit rlct-Tammany Peiejfatti, Jos-ph J
U l ntii.liui I'atriolE lilwer. Mctiotai r. Hrown alur-
ate. TimotUy U. hulllian. hamuli Wolf, Hichs.l J.
it ird Dlitrlct County Dtraoeraey: Delctn, ll.nry
r, i takman ilfred K ooct, lliumai t. nrrne, a ter
i.tta Luward J Uanxau. Juliu K Jluoa hdward
rittli PUtrlct-V. v. Democracy- Dsltratti, Warren
liennet. H. H Intrre. . M. Leonard, auernatea,
DaM S. 1'iife lleortfe Kajrer, J. I. Wenzel. Tammany:
l .It-a-atei 1'eur HtchtlU John K. tcllowa John
K.iiy. antrnai.i. Patrluk J. lljJer. Pcmiiiict F. Uu.
liner Jntin , Wal.ti
-rTsnih Dlitrici V V. Democracy Peteiatia rd.
vrir.U h.wall Hubert 11 liaata. llenrr 1'. llrlltoe,
a lernatea, llearr Atirene William SI mnhelm Alb.r(
f. It Athartou. I'nun y i cniQcraiy: P.lefttes. Law.
rrnie Men. ' hane .1 lanuu Alltlia'u T. Jerome,
. t.rnatei. Louli K Slurray. Jaotea l1. Kelly, Lharlea L.
mutli PKIriet Tamirany ne'ezates, Henry C
Mmer AintisJ Cummlng". Ui'llam hneli. a ternatea,
lTHter(l Kt-ecn rbmp H. Peojauitn (leorge Krauts
i iiuniy democracy PcleAtei athan - 1 erv rrank
Mom, K. i. itnud aiternatea. i.Urlitlan Scbaefer, t. A.
rpanrrr. I'aac Xlaaia
Mnih DUirl'l .New Vorlc Democracy: Deleratev
tnnn K uorhi. Abraliam leadt John Cnvaniieli.
lamm.Bw lel.ea'ei John J oorinau Wrlirtit M.ii.
cmi) a btrt ial up, alternate, Wnu II llolne,m.
i . u. W.r. onn I iiaey.
Mevaan Putrirt .New VorkPemocraey Deles-ate,
farrcttt -cnit Tiiomat J Krexau, C. tC Innle, alter
rate 1' aim J Murdnn h llarL
ivietth lntrlci lmmanr Deleratee. Patrick
K.eunn. jnMpti hncl Daniel ilanlv: alternate! Gaorfie
.lundirf intiilimTalt lientamln UolTmin
liurtrmtti Pa net Tammany Pcleffatea, Jonn
I eliiy lhfwnaa I- iir.ilr. I ewu J. ronian. alternatee,
inartaiii.elKr Heri.inK urry, (.force llauok
intermit D.trlci-rnunir Itfiuocracy: iielefatea.
Irncl v. Fcn.t. Jinn r. Illcolna. Merman W. Hllde
I ran I ellir latrt. Julm I' It TaiRa Mellaril A Hade,
Mici.elJ I vinni I .ew York Democracy: Deleiratra.
i liarlo A. I rrniinn i r llliraln. Andrrav J. lluuet ,
a urtiatc. larence arroll.JHi.Uaol .Nactibar, Ooorse
rerrtftrntti Pta-r'rt County Democracy: Deleratea,
Jaml 'oulUrU r halter, J. r. DoNolnie.aUertiataa.
altrr T M urplii, li .1. tl e-ason Kobert SuirenL H,
J Ileum, rj i i e erntra Henry Murray. John Otilnn.
Join Ktrrli-an alteriia ia i uu art. I hoe Mcalauua,
i mi i Mr Hi
Mnnieuth lltrlel-Tnmtranr I eratee, ltnrh J.
rani. I I dir.r I Mu.moin Dai lei r Mi Mahon; alter
Batra llioini,- t ouetiran ileowet. iarlft. John Con
no Ij e litkl'rmn raeyr I ter Maelerron, FranK
!..".'' '''.'.," "rl 1r"Jl alternate! Kobert J.
1 t l- wil loin i alialian i.eorire I". 1 1 llrnn.
TuentlMli Mi-rut i in nt Democracy- Delaiatei
l.rnarl Ulifti Kin'r U Taylair, I nn Cohen alter
nitee Jamei Kltrnan, traocu flelnlandt, Michael
Tattitr neonit fxatrlei-cnintr rennency: Dala
rai.a John J iju'nian IihnIonk Pairii k rtanatan:
aiifiiaiei Penniiile Cojrce), Adam bchrack, Joiepli
Teretitr-jlilrlDlitr'-i-TaramanyDe'eMtee, Jacob B
anior, Tl niiiaa t i.ilroy, Andrew J tthtte, altar-nat-
i.eore p u.jaier atruel II Bailey. Patrick
lerriraii, AeeMnn Heinccriu i t Pelef ate. Darl I M.
IrIii, 1''t" f,) llerinati coben. alternate!.
I mile V laclr Jj re. Inuile .N A Loara
. . "JU .'""rili lin-int inty Democracy: Dele
fatji Uiliatn injliiirni Janet i. Jiooney. John fc.
i'V ,!!,!",M Ju'"' " ilulboUnd. Oeoriell.Dner.
t.nac' It Jord
nnooKzrx's ciiavix det-rqatiox.
Ilemled liy Itnsh Aft r.anclilln, with On,
Morum. 2en. t'Mllla. nnd Vfm C He ITIIt.
I Conventions were HM la?t llcht In each of
tin twelae Assembly districts in Klnjis county
fur iie election of tpa dcK'L'ates to the
Saratoga Conientlin. Tha liaimonr which
hai lone charncterled tho Klncs county De
nocracy prevailed nt all the conventions nnd
there was noelen of wnverlnc In the nuppoit
o! Mayor Chanln's candidacy for tho Govei nor
'lin. In accordance with direct Inntructlons
from their constituent, nnil In neenrdance
Itli the exptats wlelies of the loaders, tha
delegates will co to Earatoca pladced to iota
for Jlr Cbapln.
Tliedcleitallon will be headed by Mr. Tlnch
McJ.auuhlln. the undisputed lender of the
IemocTAile hosts In Klncs county. It will be
tlisfir.it time In aeveral years that Mr. JIo
l.auchlla hai cone to a lituto ronventlou, and
Itliundemoodtbatlt was liU deep Interest
a Mr. Cnapln'a candidacy that Induced him to
xliow Ms naina to be enrolled amoncr the
eleciiira. tien. Henry W. blocum la alio a
ieaie.and bis presence will dearly demon
uaie to the htato lleinocrocy that thero Is no
I lOnkerarulUeof dissentlou in tbe ranksof the
Pirty In Klncs count)'.-It was only a lew years
V 'Wl.Uan. Klocuui was In ucthe hostility to
:,ir, JloI.auililln'H political iniinaueincnt In
JlicoUyij. jU-forncrutlrui Counsel Win. I.
' nitt. who will noriilnale Mr, Chupln, 1
r!J" "loeuma nssoclute In the dele uailou
i flfah Ninth district.
. -ifi01"',11' tl" most ptoturesque personality
I fatbed.iecatlon will be Uen. InaaoS. L'atlln.
7 Lu-Vi1? ';r?K.d ". who. nfter beliic twl.-e
i ?LK,d ljtittlct Attorney of King county by
in i epubllcaus. became a convert to JJeranc-
fnr,.t!Jr9'!Bu '''" dlscuat at the Mimwump els.
lenful rnco lor the Mnroralir.
, "en ( .vJin s now one ol tha roost aetlre
I'aiinicietlii workers In Klncs county, nnd It K
Jittirtootl that he will mukooneof Ills rlny.
'"Kadtlreeses forMr.,Cliapu on tho lloorof
tltetou, ailon. This la a full list of tbe dele-
I VVlln'"rlCt"""Ih -''-asflillo, Jamtt Kane, Iiaac
1 t i!"oni, p,,,rle,-0,0f Run.il, Robert Black, Mar-
llVrVl,anle,ChM'" ' l,,nrr' J,m" 15n"lltti
Vw".u'fyi-Mm,i 3,n 't"n MeCarty.
a-ii'ij" ,",,,lcl Coffey, John Cain, John
ar'?,'!; " "Het John Ennl. Trank !oln, V. 17. Mc
l'"",iVr!l,,Mc,00 " ',n(,lr. Andratr J. Beck,
Vl''Voli'l,,,tre'i.,i7fll,a,,w ' ritiaTlbbona. A. Jeffenon
NaMtt,V'!(f,l,7!!:,,!,ir W Sl0C1"a' Wa-- D,W,U'
a 'I;,l',","l:-I1oHI O Connell. Daniel Byan. Dana
J!nl,',,5,!i,',,l,'"c'-'' w- l'ry.Jolnr. Ad.Bt,
li'ri,-ll"p?ri(.,ou'ir7.r',,B ""J""" "arryll-s
4(ii)llami1ililin ,0 lljoKulftrdelecates. between
Sb5n ?".en-tloHflintitr(it will bo
"Mmogf. to boom Mr. Chny n. Ounrtora '
! bfn eonred for them 'at the Grand
Daleeates -were nine te eted last nlht to tha
Baeond District .ludlclnry. Conxenvlon. which
wlllreuomlnate Juetlca Caltln E. I'ratt.
THE DRVOCUAT1C COXVEXTIOX.
rioerer Ilelrcatra la Vlelei The Frlmnrr
Election I.iaw to lie llaTurced la Erie.
Kivrmov, Rent. 10. -Tha Uomocrata of tha
riist Ulster district met at West Hurloy this
afternoon to choose deleixates to the Btnte '
nnd Judiciary Conventions. 'Ihe calieilnn
was by no means nn harmonious one. (on- ,
testlnc delcKntlons wero preaout from tho town
of haucortlcs. where n spirited caucus win
held last Hatitrdny nluht. A faction, beaded
by l'runk I'ldceon. tiled to run thlncs with a
rti'h unil nomlnutad a slata by acclamation,
ilesplto the earnest protest of tho leadlnc nnl
represontatle Democrats of the town. The
latter suhhoiiuently proceeded In tho rceu
Inr way. eeletted Chairman, pocretury.
and tollers, and balloted for Uoletrntes.'
As a result tho I'ldceon delegates wcro de- '
feated by a vote ot 2li! to 11). The wlnnltm
delegates were sunpoitvd by tho Hon. Willi tin
T. Ilussell. MiperiNor Wilbur. Albert Curt
rlRht. ntul tin wine ot the party thnt has
ttv,i,.t-Hiiled It tosuccess. At to-iint' Con
ontlon both imtluns clamored for admission. I
nnd tha rmalnliietleleirntH-i, as n Committee
on I reilenthils diuitlod toulve o.ich of the con-
-1 1 n uj ileleuntiouA tlirco ioirHeiitnihes.
'J his tho Itussell-Wllbur faction wonhl not
nitreo tn and lefused to net Tho I'tdpoon i
rtilecntion was thon sentod. Tln doleiraies
ciiosen to ihn hlatrt i onenllon were rniintor
.lohti.l. I.lnson, Juntlce Henry McNamee, uiitl
J.tlBar Sndoi. ( ounKellor John I. Cloonnn
was eleciel ilelesuln to tho 'iblrd Judh IhI
t'onvenilon. 'Jim Lonentlon for tho 'lhlrd
dlstrhl wneals i held to-day at Accord. Con
Bressmaii It-anc N. fox of l.llenvllle. Joslah J.
liushruui'k ol Now Taltz. mid .losoph II. lllseley
nt hlinndiiken wore elected deleuntos to tha
EJ'ate Conuntlon. nnd Counsellor John II. Ue
nney to the Jtidlclul Comontlon. At bo h t'on
lentions rai-olu lone w-ra adopted endorsing
Gov. Hill. 'ihedeleKniinn Is solid for Flower.
, DtitrPaLo. Sept. in. lor the llrst tlmn In tiio
history nt the Democratic patty In I'.rlo
county the provisions of the Primary
Election law ol lis? st ill be onlorced at the
Democratic enueuees to-iuorrow nluht. l.o lit
ers ot the Cleveland I'emoiruey hate caused
tho proper notices to ha erod on the till ilr
man nf tli County Commltteo. nnd he baa pub
lished u raid cnlilnir upon ml Democrat to
obseno tho law. Aecordlnic to the provisions
(if the net It Is necesi-ary for lto ununited
so'ets to serve notice upon tho Chnlrmun.
This limlnir liren oou. tlie law Is operative.
At the last lueetlne nt the ( ounty Cotumlttei) a
resolution presented by a Cleveland Democrat
firovidlnc til at the Inw lie eulora d ut the com
n C caucuses was laid on tlie table.
l oni'i.i.biuws. tiept. 1U Tha Democrats of
the Irst Utsetto district, at their Convention
held hero this aftern mn. eloct-d as delegate
to the htate Convention, A. 1.. 'Jnltnadk'e of
Mnrylnnd. H. 11. Mewnrt of HprlnKIIeid, and
Iowell t. Henrv ofF.xeter. They are Hill men.
nnd fnvor 1 lower lor Governor. They also
faxor .ludee A. C. Teunitut or Utseco tor the
IIimiuamkjn, Fept. 10. Tho DomoTnlln
ward caucitsc-, wore held throualinut the city
last etennic. nnd lu seventl InstauceH wero
cxceedlnuli niiu. Dunns the unst week tho
Fiowormun hn been hard ut work and hup
poeed vervthlne was cut nnd dr'ed fur to
morrow'tiCotientiou. 1 his, lion over. prnvod
untrue, lor ono of tho pottost lights seen In
years occurrod between the Jones nud t lower
fautloneln tho I Irst ward.
1'. J. MeTlKtie, leader of tha Tlower fnctlon.
was elected Cliulrinnn by In mnioiity, and he
appointed 1'. A. cunnlnehnm. leiub-r ol tho
Jones In-tlon. ono r! the two toilets A ImUot
was then taken lor Uoleunten .to tbe Coun
ty Contention At this juncture the
Jones men. who were held In re
Ferw, ru-hed tuto tlio building nud
deposited iholr ballotn nmid much contusion.
In nln l hntrin.in MoTigha prote-ted ngainst
this action, but hl voice was drowned In the
noise. Determining to light lite slhllro. n
scouting party was sent mil und returned with
n htra,e 1 lower delegation. Iinstlly gntbeied
from nil poulous of the city, who uuletly
Uepositrd theit vote-. ( ontldont ot victory tho
1 loner mnn awaited tbe count only to hear
the election ot the I oiick delegation announced.
A wild fbout with a rush toward the tellers,
told ot the dlsapn ilntment or tho I lower
faction bo high did tho ecPemeut run that
the police were ot llgeil to Interfere, When
nulet was restoied tho cry wns raised tbat
Cunningham, the Jones teller, had counted
Agln the crowd made a rush, nndnatiuad
ot D"iliemeu entered tho building, quickly
dealing It with their night i-tieks. .loneb'n
want, howevor did not give him a
single tote. This lu explnlnad hy tho
fact that It Is tlio ro-idont ward of
deorgo l.OWell. cantlldato fm btato TienH
mer. who has it completely under control nnd
U oppoM'd to Jones, .loneb has tho county
totvas solid, nnd with Ihe co itested city dele
gation will mnke a hot light ncalns 1 louer in
to-morrow'e County coutentio . Ji in con
ceded that George 1-. U'.Noll will reielte the
support of the Convention lor btate Treasurer.
aor a stATi: or Til r.m oir.v.
C'netom ITonee Repnhllrana IVotalnnte Lyoa
There was mors political gossip than busi
ness In the Custom Houbo tosterdny. and bo
fore the close of business hours It wns gener
ally agreed thnt Georso W. Lyon, tho presont
Kurvejor of the Port, had been slntod. or
should be elated, to succeed Mr. Fasse't as
Collector. No one seemei to know where such
a rumor started, but It spread rnpidly. nnd
Home of tbe ustom House men wero conlldent
enough ot ilr. Lyor.'snpi ointment 10 I elon It.
1 h ilepu bllcHuin tbeCUHium House say that
Now Yoii. city has been neglect) d on the .State
ticket, and that It would be u politic Hiroke on
the part of Mr. l'lntt to hute I'retddent Harri
son appoint a New York man to succeed .Mr.
i'assett. ijiitiit of the Custom House men who
nro prominent in l'epublican associations even
said that In the present discontented i oudi
Hon or the ItoDubllcait orgniil7ailou it wna
imperative tbat a .Vw York city man
should bate the Custom Douse to bring about
linnnony. New Yoik ltepubllcans, siy tbe
Custom Houne men. do not want another un
country stntesmnu to be Collector of the Tort.
If u New York man I? appointed, It seemei! to
be generally accepted by them that George A .
Lyon would be the mnn. and llutt Jake riitter
aon wouid be appotu'od to succeed Mr. I A an
Rg'iurtayorof the l'o t
Mr. Lyon Is now getting II 000 n year as, Sur
veyor, and the Collector's Hilary Is t-l'.'.tlOo, Mr.
Lyon'e friends say that he will mnke no elToit
to get tbe Collectoreliip. He thicks that the
extra $1,001) In i-alary Is email comieusation
for iho Increaped xxorrxaiid resionlblllty nf
tho (olleitor'solTleo.lf lie should bo unpointed,
howeter. there la little doubt about his accept
ing the oftlca.
TiT.zaiAX run camvbei.i
Hays that irOlilo's'-no-rrrnnr Wtna Ite Will
be the .Neil l'rr-ldent.
Cotusrau, Hept. 10 Gov. llllmnn baa coma
out for Gov. Campbell of Ohio ns the Demo
cratic nominee for the rreshlenct.
In response to tho Invitation Issued by (ha
Deniocr.iilo Kxecutlvo Commltteo of Ohio to
participate In the Democratic Governois'
niBftln' nt Columbus on Oct. (a, Gotemoi Till
man has nddreised the following loiter to
James 1 ISeiil. ( liairmau:
"JlT DFAUhni tour letter of Rept. 3. Intlt
Inc me to attend the 'gland Democratic rally'
on (Jet. i nt the capital nt Ohio Is
lecelved. I roalie fully the liniort
nni.o of tho contest being vrngod lotweeu
Democracy and llenuhlleanisiii In lourhtnto
this) oar. nnd would gladly Und an) aid In uiv
powei toneeure the eie Hon of Guv. Campbell
If ho is tlctorloiiB-atid find grant he mnv te
lle will be the noxt I'rviideut ot ihe United
' TheRonth In gonetnl, and South Cniollr.a
In particular, lias Brown disgusted with the
'warn that are dark and tricks thnt are
vain' of New fork's gieedv politician;, by
which the Nntl'n il Democracy hue more ill in
once I een betrnifd becaufo of corrupt bn:
rains In tho MniEg'n fnr toipremiio' In .Sew
York rltj'rt iiiunlolpiil K'eloiiK.
"Wo long for a candidate xvl.n breath i a
Sure polltliMl arinnspiiiiiii. nnd will leiolcn If
hlo shall furnlBli the man. I regret that my
nfltclal duties will not termlt mn tn be with
roil on the day mentioned in person, but I will
Ims there In M'ltlt and bid you godspeed in your
The President to Itrfiirn tn TV.ishlnctou.
CtruMt Point, fiept, W.-Tlio Picldent'a
family will lento tle cottr.ge bora on Tuesday
morning next. Mi, llnirlaon, Mrs MoKec,
and tho children will go to Auburndale, Mass ,
where liny bnte takon rooms atthaood
Jnwn 1'nrfc Hotel fnr two weeks 'Iho Preal
lent, Mrs. Dlmmick, heerctaiy Ilalford. Miss
Hnlford, nnd Mrs. hanger, the 1'iesldeut'a
Btenogrnplisr will godlioct to Washington.
'llils aitornnon Uih President and Mrs. Har
rison Mrs McKio JfiH, Dlnimiek, Mre. I'ns
t.ci llarrl"on, lien 'tllcheinii, and Miss Mich
ener I lent. iw Mrs Pnrkui Mr. aid Mix.
George Ilovd. Mrs. Hnnu'er, and ( ol II .
Bawver took a Ball with tiai t. bnoy In his yacht
Clover on capo liny Bound, A good catch ot
a rabi was mud.
Kale of the Denver Tlmera,
TJEN'VT-'t, f-'ept. 10 Mr. W, G. Urownl-e. part
ownerof Die ItrinrrEirning Times liasdlsrosed
of Ills Interekt to A. J, llllhcn, Inte nf Hie Jim
lieapolls li'.iiio. iiiul II A blultli. eon of
Wllfliiiii Henry biultli of ilinAcv elated 1'iesf.
'Ihe priioxviPi f'O'ioU, 'Ihe tiowcuuirb hute
eeenroda two-thirds Interest from Mr, 11. A.
ilawley. Mr, Drotviilee's partner, Tha putur
1 Trill continue to be Itepubllcan.
TIIERE WAS SOME SnOCK.
wnKTnttn of Exrr.oaioy on xor run
JVItr OJXNOT AQtlEE.
lint Iron Cotnmiia on the Orotin Fleer of
the Park I'luce Itnllitlnn were llrekea
by It-The riot a Wllntai Attrlbnted
to I.leblet I.leuler'a llentnt.
3 ho Coroner's iury which has boenlnvestl
1 gating the Park place disaster spent six hour
yesterday oxer their verdict. A number of
the Jurymen tteto strongly In fnvor of tnoex
I plosion theory, while several othor bellove I
that tho building .had dimply collapsed. lAnd
this wns the tordlct that Foreman Leo read to
Coroner Ilanlynt 8S o'clock Inst nlBhtttndor
the gaslight In (lie City Court room. I'art IV:
"Wollndtbnt Sarah Ann Hongney nnd oth
ers met their death on the 22d day ot August,
lbOl. bylnjtniea recoltod from tho falling of
the building known ns CiS. 7U. T2. and 71 Park
place. In tho city of Now York. Wo llnd that
i whllo tho timbers and walls of said building
woro ot lnlrly good mnterlul nnd construction,
that tho Iron columns wero not as strong Bnd
as xvell constructed ns tho spoclllcatlons called
for, or as they should linto been to suppoit
xately the welghtot the buildings aud contents
upon tbe dny above, mentioned.
"Wo llnd that the fall of such building re
sulted fiom the broaklng of one ormoie of
i Bald linn columns In or near tbe mlddlo of tho
ground floor. Wolutthor llnd that the tinc
ture nt tald column or columns was due to
eonio sudden shock applied to the oxterlor of
enld column or columns, and not ptlranrlly
due to its or their apparent Inherent weakness.
"After n most careful weighing ot the evi
dence presented to ua wo are unable to deter
mine whether this was oiusod by the explo
sion ot the vapor ot bonrltio employed In man
nor and ijunnlltv contrary to laxv In the said
building or some other shock, the cause ot
xvhith after the death of nil tho principal ojo
witnesses Is not obtainable.
"The jury rospocttully rocommond to hit
Honor the coroner, that ho ask his l.xcolloncy
tLo tioxemorol thlsatato, ul tho uoxt nicotine
ol tho Legl-laturo. to call attention to tho ur
irent noril ut Pgi-lotlon, not oulv ituthorilng
but enabling tho 1 Iro Departnielit nud the De
IMltiiient ot Uulldliigs m tills city to insloi.t
periodluilu nil Uuililliiga used for pilntlug,
munufacttiiliig. BtorHgo or eimllar purpo-cH.
not out) to iiihure ngainstoterloudlng. but also
ngaiUHt the maiiilen.ini. e or employment ot
dnuterouslt inllninmaulo, subBtances In nny
building .xvheie other labot is einiiloyed or
juntiuf.u.turlugcairlid on. and to employ ull
Deeded InBpei tois tor suld purposp.
Lxervonjol the jury signilled his assent to
this verdict, and then iorcmun Leo banded up
Aawml Tliai we. tha Jnrj, deilre In commend tlie
acili n ot Ids iintiur oroi rr Hum). Iilf aaawmnu, aict
the renreieututu-a of the Puirlit Attorney. JuJe Bed
finl anil t ol lownaandtor the eironir eOorte luado oy
tlinii to etiintilt all evidence tenniitir to tnroir am
Pltlit Jion tbe matter, and nea ao deilre toeX)irel our
api relation nr tlie NiiinaKenieill auJ action pt tlie hire
i.ei artinent ami lis bureaus, bolti Letore aud after tb a
tno.t lamentable dluaier
The l.it day ot the Itmuest was n lively one.
TV lien proceedings opened Lavvter Jlndluy.
for the J iio Department, iiskid that Hugh J.
Gilmurtlii of au ew How cry be summoned.
Mr. Mndloy said bo had just learned that
Gllmnitln had delttered twent galloon u:
beniluoto lto-,enteld the day before the dl--astor.
Gilmnrttu was sent lor, but ho arrived
tooiato totititlly ,
JuiorLoDou told Coroner Ilnnlr that he
hod nn announcement to ninko. He Is u
cLemikt. and ho had enabled a bottle ot
llohenfold'h liquid brone. ilo fnund that it
conta ned it Itirue peicmtttge of beuitio.
A bottle with tbe benzinu which Mr. Le Dous
had distilled was pa-sod around among tho
jury for Inspection, ilxamluution ot w ltueBhOd
xv m continued.
bimon In. a brother-in-law ot Louis ltosen
(eld, who was killed In the crnsb. said:
" it api eitrx to me as if eteiy eflort wore 1 o
ing nindu to throw the blame upon a man who
Is dead, bomothlugliupiiened on Aug. ill. tho
duy wo began to t-eari.li in iho ruin-, which I
think tho jury ouuht to know. Adieus Ion
nroso then hb to whether nn exploriou ora
tollupse had caused the i isiiBtcr, and I gnto It
us my belief that it collnpso nt the building bad
occurred, borne one behind mo suld lu dor
mant " Keep Mill : vou don't want to say that.'
"Tlie man who hod bpokon to me was
T.lebler, thx lithographer, although 1 didn't
know him thou. A lo minutes lutur ho camo
around to me again and nald.
"'if you want to get )oui Insurance vouilont
want to uy much. Vie must mnke It appear
that there was an explosion, whether there
wns one or not.' . . ...
"1 Pad no Interest In tho mitler myself. I
lint e only been trying 10 do us iniuh u I could
for the widow and child of my unlortunato
broiber-iu law." . ,..,...
Jrry was asked to point out I.leblor If the was
in the court room. 'J he lithograplier wasn't lu,
nnd lie was hurriedly summoned. A mlddlo
need woman, clad in deep motiriiinc. wns tho
next xYitnoss. bhe wa- Mrs. liarbarn Kreltner.
and hor 1 3-year-o'd son Charles had been killed
in the disaster, Hor boy, (die said, hid come
home one night t-l xveeks or two months ago
and bnd told her with awhile face thai he had
been nearly killed thut day In Liebler A. Mans's
cstnbllslimout. wh-re ho worked. All ho ex
plained to his mother wits that an lion beam
had lallon out ot tuo wall and nearly struck
Mr. Liebler nnxr came In nnd was promptly
put on tho stai d. Iry pointed Llei ler out ni
noon ns he appoared In the doorway ns tbe innn
with whom he had bad the lonveisailou. De
fore frry'B testimony wns read to l.Iobler he
was nskid what coutersatlon try and he hud
had at the ruin".
"Well, I trbd to find from him." said Lieb
ler, " how much bunine his brotlioi-ln-ln.r
ustd, nndto.d him not to be afraid to aj, us
ho would get his Insurance just tbe Mime I
wanted him to tell tho truth about 'he ben
rlm. but ho slid thnt llcseuleld usod only two
or three nullons at u time" , .
Then the stenographer read Fry a report ot
tho aliened cuniersntlon. , ,
1 hat's all lalse." Liebler at once cried,
"that we xtuuted to make out an oxplosiou
"Didn't you any 'Keep still' In Gorman to
Mr. Itv .'"asked o-Judi:o Ilodford.
"Idon't reiolleu that." said Liebler, "but If
I did 1 didn't say it in conuectlon with any
thing about tho insurance." ...
Liebler raid be bad frequently noticed bar
rels, xvhiclt must havo contained benzine,
going Into ItCBeineld'rt establishment.
1 x-Judg Uedfonl xvanted to know why
Lieblei hadn't biought this out earlier In tha
" Well, wo only realled tho Importance ot It
In the last uay or two." was the reply. l.Iobler
had a complnli t ug tlnst Cut. 1'owni-and. tt hich
hepioceeded to air. He wild that Col. 'J own
send bill bulldoed oue of his boyn on tho
stand, who had Bwoinn dny or two befoiothat
lie hud eeea two barrels ol binzlne in front of
" 1 didn't bulldoze you, did I, on the prelimi
nary oxumlnutlon " asked Col Townsend.
"Ao man can b illdoe mo, tho witness said,
and then bebuiet out lu a tirade ngniust tlie
newspitpois. vvlikh had published, ho mid, I
lutlinlr itccoiiutB of the disaster, ono truth ,
for luu lies," , . , , ,
This was strlcUen from the record on motion
of Mr. lledfoid. Ilr. I.leblet intetriipted utd
wns thieatened tilth puninbnient fnrcouteinpt.
J. J. Pay. an oil dealer, teHillled next that
Itosonleld had eudenvored to got beiilno fiom
hi in a )ear ago lb Boufeld wanted between
twnnty-ltte and thirty gallons a duy. i
Two big aoctlons of n biukeniron column 1
were brought into the loom. Juior Dixon hud
found thoni in the onrporatlon yittd. Lxprt
Louis Do Caiipa ISerg ex:aiuiueil them and said
the iron did not average more than hall uu
Inch In thlekneBi. ......
Ico ltohrnloid. a brnthor of the dead man.
came Into tho i ourt room niter the juiyhad
gouu out. and In a talk with the repot lers he
oorrot orated the story ot I'ry'H (onter-atlnii
with I lohler as told by 1 rr. Ilobenfeld uaye ha
'ihe Mayor's committee which was appoint
ed to tuke charge ot tbe relief fund held a
meeting )estarday to decide upon n plan of
permanent relief. Treasurer Donaldson re
ported thnt he had alieady dlBtribulad I'J.tlii),
nud that there was it grand total ot JJl.Bli to
be dlsp '.sod nf,
Houiotitty Kellogg of the Charity Oiganla
tlon bocluty has hud his ngentx luventlgatlng
the needs of the BiillororB. aud he loportod thu
result of tliane inveatlgatlous. In mnny In
stances, be i-uld, fumllles really In need had
refused to accept assurance if their nntnes
were to bo published, tiecietaiy Kellogg
recommended that tho pnitlcularx be kept
aamet, und the committee agreed with him. .
This In the distribution to bo made of the
Tl ree fainl'lei hare rrteive, aailalauce In turns of
&' a id Uu not reiiuire furiner akaitain.e
lireiuy nine f-iniillea lof wldoli twenty fonr famtllea
have already received Irom liotuaiba In lernporary
relief) will recalre In addition luinpeuroe ot Iroui V)
lo !(' eaelu accordluir to their neceaaidea
1 wenty lliree fauilliae (of wliloli twenty on farnlllaa
hate airead) received relief luiuma Irom liototloa,
butmoetly In aumeot t',0 e.ch) will receive relief In
monthly luitallnieina rnnninc from li monibi to.lr
eira and Tar)lnir In amount according to tli.lr nt
craalllta. between (IJ and .'j per inouili
Ihia Inoluden the families of the Injured,
nnd in all dltldnatlio fund between lliti-llve
fauillux nt the BlxD-lour who sutrered the lose
The money tn bo paid In lump sums will be
Immediately dispensed by tho Treahiiroi. Tim
money to be paid In InstallincntB will he placed
lu tlii'llmnda of truuttas, who will speedily be
'J his plan leaves a balance nf J2fifi2, which
Is to be the basis of n further fund. It will I e
pi't nt Interont lu a bank, nud additional money
which will i rob.ibly coi.tiuuo to como in will
l ridded lo It.
'Ilio lollowli'C nddltions wcio made to tlio
fund niter It hud beu diclaied cIob d )Oftei
dav; Colleited by Geioug erolu Harmonlo.
!Wt IhroliBh tho ."Jlnnls seit'ino, J. W., $1.50: A
Hbclpln.il : Tammany Central Association of
:ightecnth District, 100,
A DlSattACED CHIEF OF FOLICE.
Release tram Arrest the Woman lie jLevta
and la Dlamlaaed.
IlAnntnnuno. Bept. 10. There Is excitement
la the Harrlsburg Police Department and a
Htnsntlon In tho town on account ot Chief ot
rollco Welkert's attempt to snvo a woman
whom ho loved from being arrested, Weixert
Is a largo, handsime fellow, and was made
Chief of Police In 1697. Hels married.
Vor Boveral years Welkort has given much
I of his time in tho otitertnlnmeiit o' Miss Laura
I Weldman. a pretty brunotte. The woman
made frenttent calls at police Hoadqunrters,
nnd pnsned much ot her time in thu Chief's
prlvntn oflii e.
bon n chnrgo of dlsordurly conduct. was
made against Mls Wehimnn by hor I carding
house keeper, Jin) or rrllchoy took the matter
in hnnd nnd detitllod Sergeant McCnnu and
two policemen to mnl.o thu arrest. Hhe wns
dlBCovoind Inn, hnUKii of (uetlonnble icputo
nnd an nttompt was mado to arrest her.
llofore the policemen got her out of the
hoiifo Wolkeit apponrod and ordered the men
to leave. They lofusod to obey, nnd locked
the woman In a loom lu got tlmo to (.ommuul
cam xvltli tho Mux r.
Meantime Weikeit secuied n scrowdrlver
nml ii'tnovcd the lock ol the tlooi. Ilbnuitlng
the womnn, and attempted to get her nwar
1 1n ouch the ie.tr entrance. Tlio policemen
dlscotered tills move, how ver, nud tool: Miss
, Weldmiiii to tho pollco HtHtlou. Tho Mayor
roinmlttod hor tc the lockup, a dark pen In
tbo Court House cellai.
This vxnn done xvhllo Wolkert wns protesting
wildly nml threatening ilnlonco to every mini
ronneciod with the arrest His tomporvvns
high, and was brought doirn only alter tho
bergeiintof bolke thtentenod tolocg blm up.
I Wclkert eonliutiid to muko etoi vellnrt to
soeiiio the viomnn'a teleaso. Hn in romtill-hed
I this In th-i morning after tho keoper left by
(-ecurlng a key irotn tlie janitor nt tho Court
House. Hounlocked thecell doornnd setMlsa
Weldmnn froo. I'heMnynr discharged Wolkert
from tha force, and tho ex-Chief baa loft town.
TOUXO liUACUWAHT LIEU.
Three. yrur. old .Titllns Anmnnd 1)10 Not
Drotvn Ilia Mnby III other.
Justice Ryan, lu tbe Estex: Market Police
Court, and Coroner Messomor. wore called
upon )estordny todlspoBe otn threo-yenr-otd
prlsouor. charged with having murderod his,
ilgh'oin-inotith-old brother. Tho prisoner
xvas Julius Anuiund. whose father Hat Id keets
a trocei y storn .it .1 0 Cherry street.
(in WedncRdnv Julius and hla )oung brother
Pen y wont lo tlio pkrr.t thu foot of Clinton
atleet to i lay. late In tho nltornoon Mrs.
Anmund went to the pier and xvas told by
Julius that Perry "was gone by the tntoi."
(.hallos liraehwnrt. it negro boy emplovod on
the bark America, eald that ho had necn Julius
push Perrs Into the river. Policeman Cronln
nrio-td Pint. JJinehwart told his t-torv to
Jufltlco it)nu yesterday morning. Tho Jus
tice dichnrged the child because the Inw bids
that a child under 7 years of age cannot com
mit a erlmo Coroner -Messemor. I elona wtiom
tho ca-o came next, also docided thnt ho had
po right to hold the boy.
Yesterday afternoon nt C o'clock Mrs. An
num! wont to Police Headnuarters nnd found
tho mlBsing Pony with Mnrtln Travors. A
ii dlceinnn had picked him up on the street
Into odues lay night, near tha I nlou Mnrket
stntloii. Ho had not been In the wotor nt nil.
but dm! simply got lost. There was a gi oat
Bheddlng of tenr-, and then Mis. Ann und
started tor home, denouncing young Brach
wart an tho weut.
COZ VESTCOTT Oll UJR3IOXY.
He Hlepn Sown tlaitt Maryland Republi
cans Mir Not Lone Col. Vnn :ort.
Btr.TiMonr. Sopt 10, The Itepubllcan mnn
ngors hixe Ilnnlly hit upon a settlement of tho
diniculty which threatened to leave the party
without a Gubernatorial candidate, and they
havo bin led tho hatchot temporarily.
A conference xxus held to-d.ty between tho
trlends of Col. Van Xort, tbo ltepubllcnn noml
I eo, nnd Col. Wc-tcott. vvhofe nloction to the
Chairmanship nt tho State Central Committee
wns so illt-taBtoful tn him. Doth principals
woio present und purtod appareutly the best
There woro also present Surveyor Hurchlnat.
Apsl-tniit Treasurer Wcllliigton, don. lellx
Agnus. Harry M. Clnbaugli of Curroll count),
nnd ex-Congi rnitnnn Mi Comae. Afier a long
discussion Se-tcott expreBed his willingness
to ilecllno tlm Chnlrmiinshlii and Mr.Cli.bnugh
expn ssed his to accept It. This was perfectly
satisfactory to Col. an Norl nud his friends.
i and tbo Jtenublimn nomine Is now In a po
sition to l-suo Ills ploughiue challougo to his
Dcmoi ratio oiiponeiiL
I bat linluied Westcntt tn withdraw was the
grout diniculty In ne uring anothor candidate
for Governor If nn Nort withdrew, ns no
available man who had been approached was
willing to accept tho nomination.
The Ilev. Dr. William Barrows, prominent as
an author and clergyman In the Congregs-
1 tlonnl denomination, died In Boston vosterday.
aged 7fi years. In 1843 he was ordalued and
i Installed In Norton. In 1850 he was lustallod
over tbo church in Grantvllle. near Wellesley
Hills. Thenco ha motod In 1853 to becomo
pastor of tho old South Church, Trading. In
lEG9howns made becretaiy of tho Congrega
tional Sunday t-chool Publishing Society, and
filled this otllco until 187J. when ho
was rlnctod to the Secretaryship nt the
Homo Missionary t-oolety. After Mr. Borrowj
gat o up this work in 1880 ho devotod himself
mainly to the oducntionnl and religious wants
of the I nltcd Mati s frontier, having rondo
eleven loDg tours en the border. He was a
locturer on prehistoric America and on the.
colonial nnd pioneer history of the United
htntcs, nml ho wrnte much on these subjects
for periodicals. In lhl!) he published "Twe te
Mglits In a Ifuntern' Camp." In 1070, "Tho
Church nnd Her Children:' In 1H82 "Purga
tory Doctrlnnlly. Practically, and Historically
Oiened."ln 1881. "Oregon the Struggle for
Po-sesslon:'and lnlM87. " The Indians' bide
of tho Indian Vuestion" nnd " 'I ho United
Mates of eterday and of To-morrow." Ilo
wns nfoiimlor and forsnteu years an editor ut
tho Lonjtf'iuti'niai Amen.
Dr. Dav'd Humphreys Storer. the oldest
pbybicoin In Boston, dlod yesterday morning,
nged 87 )cars. Dr. btorer wu a foa of Wood
bury Storor. Chief Justice Ol the Court ot
Common Pler.s In Iortlnnd. Me. He wns
graduated fiom Bowdoiti College In 1822. Ho
euterod the Harvard Medhal School, of which
lie was subseriueutly tbe dean lr twenty-two
yearn, and wns graduated in 1825, He was
also pro'eaor of legnl medicine anil obstetrics
there. He had bean President of tbe A moth an
MtdbnlS cleiv, ice-President of tha Boston
lNutur.il History Society, member ot the Amei.
lean Academy of Arts nnd Sciences, and tbe
hew Luglund Genealogical Society.
William Dnbsnn of PltlHfield Me . died thero
t nn S'ept H, atied 71) years He was bom In
GalabhleldB. bccitland where he. learned all
branches of the woollen trade. In 1H78 Mr.
1 Dobson eaine tn the rnlted States nnd settled
In Pltt-fleld. vvhero his brother. Kobert, was
already established In the mauu'ncture of
xvoollen goods. He Boon became one of tho
i ending vninnufneiniersof that town goods ot
lis liioduitTon being famous nil over JNewImu
and. lie leaves several children aud grand
children. Geoigo John Camecle. Baron Bosehlll nnd
Ingll'initldle ninth Larl of Northesk. died
yesterday, Ills elde-t sou. Lord Ito-ehlll, buc
caeda to the title. The lata 1 arl was I orn lu
1HC1, and wbh nt ono time Lieutenant-Colonel
ol the South 1 undlcr (mauls,
Lx-Congressiiinn f. l, Clarke or Neanah.
Wis , dloil In 'IhereB.i N. )., yesterday nmrn.
Ing. Ills Inmlly and Dr. Unrn-'tt and MessrH.
Khattili k nnd Stuart, his pnitnera. weie with
hi in to the last. They will Blurt with there
Dnxld 11. Crnnk. aged 45 years, died at his
home In Hnrrlshiirg jeslerdny. Hn una a
membei ol Gen Milch s htalf at thn battle nt
Poter-iburg, nud u piomlnontu. A, it, man,
Thsndere 1". Bristle, eltjr editor ot tlio 7,'rcn.
ino 'n! In Xioulsvillo.illod on W odno-dny night
nf typhoid fetor. He wasJU years old anil un
marrlod. Job'b T. Angell. a veteran of tho Mexican
war and Mnmr of the Tenlh New Hamiinhlio
In the civil war, died yesterday at Ivortbamp
Mrs. Caroline Hnlihnrd. a cousin nf Mrs.
nopkins-Searles. died nt her home at West
Dnveupoit -N. .. on Sunday, ngtd US years.
Mm. Phrbe Ann Mlcklodlod at Guilford on
Monday, nged t'H yo.ua mid 11 mom lis. yho
wai born at Cambildge, Mats.
The Fat Men'a Reunion and ClumlinUe.
' NonwALE, Bept. 10, rorty fat men, all who
are left ot the once famous Fat Men's Associa
tion, woro at Dorlon's Point to-day for their
twonty-fllth annual reunion and clambake. At
the business meeting Judge I), II. Lnckwoodot
LiliJgciort wns loclectod President nnd Put
rid. Murphy Secretary and 'I reasurer. 'I wolte
Ico-1'rosidentH were also choten. Dinner Wfs
Hon .ul ut tl o'clock, Athletla games followed.
Including running taces, Jumping matches,
and wrestling. Lator. there was a moonlight
Ballon tbe bound.
I'xerntton Acnlnet Mnglelnu Ifrrrmunn.
Jtplrmonts aggregating $11 923 liato reon
enter d nu.iiut-t Uvriiiiiiiiii, tho magician, In
favor rd 1'ruuclB IliggliiH. a ireeiver of tho
North Itlter Bank, on promissory notes made
or endorsed by Ilorrinann. A writ ot execution
was Issued to Deputy bherlfT Fox, but It la
paid that Herrmann la execution proof.
W CASH FOR PDBLIC WORKS.
XltK TREASURY ItBEPIXO ITS MOSKT
JO Z'AT TUE 4 l-!i PER CEATS.
A. Qnarret lletrTern the Comptroller and
the War Department Because the
Money tor Coaatrttetlnc and KntarcUg
Mllttarjr Foetn la Held Hack.
WisntxoTov. Rent. 10. Tbo Second Comp
troller ot the Treasury possesses mors Inda
Dcndonco nnd power will) regard to the pay
ment of oxpouditures than any other ofllclul ot
tho Government. In some cases his authoilty i
exceeds that of tha Societarr himself. Owing i
to this complete control over n certain clas
of appropriations the Comptroller has often
been nt loggerheads with heads of depart
ments, tho warfare often assuming n personal
cbnrnctor, uud continuing through an entire
Administration. Tha present Second Comp
troller Is Judge Gllkcson ot Pennsiltanta, n
friend of bonntor Quay, nnd said to be tha
choice of Iho Senator (or appointment to the
vacancy on tho bench ot tho Court ot Claims
caused by the death of J udgo fichofleld.
The light that Ison now Is between tbe Comp
troller and tho War Department, nnd Is said to
havo results! from the Treaiutr poltoy of
holding back nuptoprlatlons for the purpose
of accumulating monoy with which to redeem
the 4a nor cent bonds. Judge Gllkeson, in
tho overlive ot his authority, has diawn tho
11 ro ot the War Department, nnd there Is a
lively rownn lu-twoon hint und (Junrtermaster
Ganeral Batchehler of the army. The Inst Con
gress appropriated (750 000 for the construc
tion and enlargement of military posts, but
Judge Gllkeson not I lied Ihe Secretary ot War
that before this raouoy could ba turned over to
that department for ul otment between the
sevoral posts in which the becretary of War
has dlscietion thore would have to be n trans
fer settlement of expenditures mado out of
former nppropilitlons but. according to the
holding ot tho Compti oiler's olUca, chargeable
to this appropriation.
A lump um Is clvon the Secretary of War
for nil military posts, to ba Bent among them
according to his discretion. In addition to
this nppioprlatloiis are made specially tor the
construction and completion of certain posts.
The Secrotary ot War has held that money
from tho gcnoril tund could bo expended on
the now posts Bpoolllcally appropriated for,
and nppropiintlons have boen apportioned ac
cording to this view. Tho Comptroller holds
that thU is not in nccordanco with the law,
and that money spent In tbat way Is charge
able to tho appropriation of tho next year
which i available. Oen. Batchehler Is light
Ing tho decision tery earnestly, and the sug
gestion como9 from the War Department that
tbo purpose Is moroly to avoid making as large
an expendlluto this year as Congress con
templated. Just bofoio Secretary Toster went away there
was aconlereuco m the subject between the
Pocietary. Gen. Batohelder. nnd Judge Gllke
son. 'Iho Secretary did not take any particu
lar part In ihe controversy but there was a
bitter contention between Gon. llntchehler and
Judge Gllkotoii. xt-bichlastd a long while and
ended tory nngrll). lien. Batcheldor Insisted
that he would 1.0 ahead with the work accord
ing to tho teruiBOt thelaw, and Judge Gllkeson
doclai-d that If he did i-o his accounts would
be held up. As Judge Gllkeson has tha power
arbitrarily to hold up tbo uc. counts and threat
ens to do bo. the Quartermaster-General's De
partment seems to Co helpless In tbe matter.
Thero is uneabinesx among the disbursing
oniiers ot the vnrb us departments of tbe
Goxeiiiment on nccouni ot tlio stint of money,
as has been hinted nt before. Henult-IUons
made upon tbo Treasury Department lor
money havo been laid aside without anpioval,
so thnt tho money might be a cumulated to
meet the 4 'a per cents thnt (.ante due ou Sept.
'.'. Theie was n conference between the Presi
dent and the i-evernl Cabinet ollicerson this
subject nnd It w is ihere ngreed that only sui h
requisition its could not by any possibility be
delai ed should bo approved by Mr. 1 oster, and
that tuo depiar'ruentH would hate to put up
with tho inconvenience caused by this policy.
Iteiiuisltlons for river nnd baibor tm
prntemoutH for bulldlue bridges for publio
buildings for ngrh-ultuial schools and many
other public works have been held up In this
way. Whore work Is actually In progress aud
monoy must be i uid out, the requisitions me
divided uti so as to ulluxv only nbout one-tblrd
to oue-slxtb ot the amount asked for. On a
requisition for it iiuarter's ai counts b rat
times only half n month's acaounU are audited
nnd allowed at u time, so ns to draw the rest
out ot tho revenues of months following.
Where wni is nut tet In progress, ns Is the
ense with regard to many of the public build
ings authorized by the last Congress, nnd with
regard to i-ome of the river nnd harbor lm
proti ments. the Rturtlng ot the work Is de
layed, nnd no money at nil is allowed to go out.
In addition to tho money accumulated In
this wax. ubout 12 500 000 more hits just been
calhd tor from some of tbe banks holding
Government money. Tha deposits In Govern
ment depositories for public expenditures have
been suspended and disbursing otllcera hav
ing these large buiiis tn pay out have to draw
diroitli from the Treasury, subject to euoh
delays ns the department rinds necessary or
expedient, it Is i robabie that this policy, In
uuguratod to meot the present exigencies, will
he continued afier tbe exigencies no longer
exist, ns it will give the depuriment a better
control of the expemlltmes. It bus been
custom to depot-It largo Bums ot money to
tbe credit of tlio chief disbursing ofllcers
In charge ot work for which large appropria
tions ore made ami let blm draw on It as they
need It to meet patmontB. The effect of this
was tn t.ike more money outof the Treasury at
one time than was actually needed and to re
duce the available cash on hand Tho policy
hereafter will be to have the disbursing ofll
cers druw on the Treasury for only such sums
as lire at the time tieedad and, to let tha ex
penditures i nnm out of the revenues of the
month within which they fall due.
I'ather Slcllonrull'a Property at Anetloa.
That part of the property of the Bev. rather
nenrv C. McDow.tll. pastor ot St, Agnss'e
Church, that was left In the hands ot his ex
ecutois after tha bequests In his will wero at
tended to, wns sold nt auction yesterday by
Auctioneer Peter Bowe, In Bellly's Btorage
warehouse In l'orty-lourth street, near Lex
ington atenue. ....
It included cassocks, nurpllcas. robes, and
barrelta worn by tho priest while in Home, a
medal presented tn ihe dead priest's mother
by Pope Plus I. at tho time ot the ordination
ns a priest of Fathei McDowall.floveral chairs,
a lino collection or pictures, and a lot of trin
kets nud je velry that had been presented to
the prlcHt There were two lvorv snufT boxes,
one of which was said to La more than 800
yearn old. 'Ihe things wore divided into
forty-four lots, nnd altogether they brought
llei niche! Dirt .Not Save JTIer.
The colored woman dressed In silks who
wns arrested Wednesday nlcht ns nn inmate
of a disorderly house In Wast Third street. and
who gavo tha name of Lllen Lewis, was nr
ralgbed in the Jellerson Market Court yester
day, Her counsel claimed thnt she was not a
xngiant noi a xvoman of tlie i-treet, " ISbo
owns," ho Bald "a I ouse In Washington val
ued at no.nuo. and another worth Ij.OUO, and
A. B. Williams, a Washington lawyer, an
peured na a nil n em for the womnn. He suld
she hud a diti-Himiklng e-tabllehment at 310
Maine utenue. Washington.
Ju-tke belly i ef lined lo axerclpe any clem
ency tnwnrd tho woman, and sent her to the
City Prison for two months,
A Load of Ore Fell na Tlicna.
LrPAsov, Sept. 10. Tho Cornwall ore banks
were the scone ot a bad necldent this after
noon. A car tvlih lliroo tons of ore was being
taken ncrass a. trestle over a ratine whin the
supports gave wav, ami Ic crnshed down on
eoteral mon at work below.
Henry smith was Instantly Killed, an Italian
was fatally injured, and William Shiver had
two rlbrt broken und his hkull crushed, Qeverul
othetb narrowly ei-canod.
Amri Iraan Clold Itetnrnlns.
Itutal Do m.sk I, n llutslan Ilobrow, who land
ed at tho liatgo UfUco jostorday, carriod his
fortune Inn bund satchel, in answer to the
inquliv. "Hat you any money?" he dazzled
tho interrogator by opening the satchel and
exposing a shining, pile of double, eagles,
angles, and halfoagleB. It was oonieotured
thnt the ratcliel contained about (2,000, Dum
ski weut to tiovvnrk,
Wonted In IVutalilmiton for Itlgamjr,
Morgan II. K, Moonoy was arrested In this
city yottorday on u wai rant Issued by United
Status Commissioner Hitchcock, charging him
with bigamy, Tbe warrant was Irsued on the
receipt of a despatch from Washington, and
Mooney was committed to await the arrival ot
an ofllcer Jrom Washington.
Killed In n Treatli,
BitnxiiTON, S'opt. 10. Kndie fihnw, 4 years
old, uud Johui y Sou ler.-i, oi e ) ear older, wore
bla)ing iu u newly excavated sower trench
hereto-day, whan tha earth caved In. burying
both. '1 he gir was Instantly killed and tb
boy received injuries ot which ha will die.
'XfTOVLD HAVE BEEN A FIXE BLAZE.
The rirehnfta Plaaa Were Well I.altt,
Hut tha IloneeUeeper Mmellad Hrnoke.
A dozen or mora woman surrounded a re
porter on tho third floor of the rear tenement
nt 07 Norfolk street yesterday afternoon.
They woro all talking nt once. Mrs. Jiimos
Yetninn. the housekeeper, who Hvob on tho
Iloor above, said:
"You sco I'd emollod Iho nmoko about ton
minutes, and allot a sudden 1 got scared nnd
jumpod out of be I, for you've got to bo nwlul
careful nronnd here, whore thoro's llrobug'. 1
I rati out on the landing and looked down stalls,
I nnd there was tbo lire blaring nnlnst
I this bit o' wall bolwlxt David ltock
steln's door nnd Mrs Kaiol's. And iheie
was Israels, the follow what boards with
Mrs. Kapel, with tho dnoi open, seeming to bo
pouring wnter on tho Ilio out if n lie cup.
I inllod my husband, ami lie foicbeil a b-.-l.i of
water, nntl that put tho llm out. 'lhoii we
found It wns a lot o' rags whh b was burning.
They'd been soaked vvlthkorobeiio nnd you can
bsm here how koiosene hud been pnuied nil
over the Iloor nnd over the outside of Mre,
Kiipol's door and some on HockstelnV. too.
After It was put out ltocksleln came out In his
night clothes with bin baby In his urms, ami I
toll you he wnBscarod. There wus a lot o"
people camo up and down and from all otei,
and every blessed uo ol 'em xvas In
their ulght tlothos but old liases, who
boards with Mib. Kapel, nnd he xvna
nil dressed up. I says to him mib
plcloiis. 'How do you come to bo drefsed,
Isaacs, and all the rest of us in our night
clothosV for It xvas a o'clod;, and Uaius
Bays. 1 Bleep lu my olntht s. I do.' e I, nuiy
bo be does, but 1 wouldn't xrnnt no such
boarder, now. would )ou Then I sent round
to tho Lldrldge siroet police nation, nnd two
policemen came round and took n(T the rags
covered with keroscuo and some of the map boa
that lay on the Iloor thick. But they ain't
come back Blcce. and that' all I know
The tenement Is n flvo-story brick building
with apartments on enoh side ot n central hall,
'ihere ure ton famlllei in It, The street Is
reached by a low-ioofed snd crooked pnHBnge
xvay under another five-story brlok tenement
on the stroet. Hud the lire gnlned headway
before being discovered It could have hardly
failod (o prove fatal to some of those on tho
two top stories, because It was at the font of
the stulrs. Mrs. Kapel. Israels, nnd the Ilock
stelhB could hare escaped through their back
doors easily enough.
Inquiry at the Lldrldge street police station
failed to disclose nny attempt on the part of
the police to llnd the firebug. The blotter
merely names the time and place nr tbe lira,
and remuiks that " damage was trifling."
EX-REOISTRAIt FORCE ACCUSED.
Tke F.aat aTeraey Proprletora Say he Haa
Not Turneet Over All Their Money.
Newark. Bept. 10. A bill was filed In tha
Court of Chancery nt Trenton to-day,
by the Board ot Proprietors of Last
Jersey, against William JI. Force, a formor
registrar of the Board. In which many
of Mr. Forco's actions while he held odlce arts
called In auestlon. A demand Is also made
upon him for a larse sum of money which it Is
alleged ha appiopriated lo himself nnd otheis
from the sale of lands belonging to tbe Board.
Tha Board of Proprietors of Last Jersey,
whli h was created In lb84. claims tb owner
ship of all unappioprlated lands in the State.
Tneofllceot tbe concern Is at Perth Amboy.
Force wan aleoted Register in 18S1 and resign
ed In lh'JO. Ha Is reported to ba the owner o!
large tracts of land in various parts of tbe
btate While be was registrar for tha Board,
ltlsalleged.be Bold considerable property be
longing to tbe Board and did not account (or
nil tl.e proceeds. ....
Mr. Force contends that through n mistake
he did notaccnuut for tl.DOO. which he Imme
diately made good, deducting tho b0 per cnt,
which he asserts was due him on the sale of
Mr. Forea who until recently was Sec
retary ol tbe State Agricultural Society, and
who lives at l! Mount Pleasant avenue, tblsclty.
said this atternnon that his course had ben a
perfectly honorable ono in connection with the
nflalrs of tbe Board, and that he was justified
In nil thnt ho had dono. He courted nn in
vestigation, he added, and did not lear tho results.
UXDER T11EIR ELECTED FOREXEX.
Tbe Broadway Paver Oct Alone Com
fortably With tbe Two Patrick.
The experiment ot starting two gangs ot
pavers at wotk on lower Broadway yesterday
morning with the two foremen electod by tbe
men themselves Instead of two men with a
political cull, was watched with eomo cari
osity. Tbe men reported regularly, and tbe
foremen, Patrick Wynne and Patrick West,
started them to work as It they bad beon nn
the job from tbe llrst. From tbe rapidity with
which work wns done It wns noon apparent
that the foremen are practical men.
1 he two Patricks are more than usually In
telligent, and seemed to be Indifferent to any
criticism. Tbelr methods are quiet, and the
men seemed to understand them. Patriot
West said to TnE Hun reporter:
" The arrangement will work beautifully It
tha politicians do notget around John D, Crlra
Lived Three TJaya on Green Coeoannta.
Mobile, Sept 10. J. C. Flatado. who ar
rived here to-day on tho schooner Sea Gull,
reports that his vessel, the schooner Polar
Star, from Belize to Pensacola, capsized on
July 24 at 11 o'clock P. M. In a squall. The
Captain and crew were thrown Into the water,
but cut the boats adrift und made their way to
tbo Mexican coast.
In four days they rencbed Point Talllow.
They Ate green cocoanuls lor three days, these
being the only food they had from the time ot
the wreck. They were then rescued by fisher
men and taken to Buatan. whence Capu Flata
do came to this port.
Foatmaater and Lawyer Arreateat for
BinvriTOBaM, Sept. 10. Tha arrest of W. H.
Davidson, Postmaster at Haleysville, on a
charge of embezzlement, was followed to-day
hy tha arrest of D. H. VIckery. a Haleysville
lawyer, on the charge ot conspiring with Da
vidson In postal frauds, it Is alleged that
Davidson operated by glvlngstamps toVKk
eiy, who disposed of them. The latter claims
that he is Innocent, and he never did anything
wrong, unless It was to oppose Davidson for
mnuTctia ai.JO riia nir
n rUee.... 6 87 bnn aeta ... IS Mom leti .10 (6
men waTix rate oar.
SanayP.O0L.12 41 1 tiov.laiand.U Ml 11.11 Oate... 2 45
Jtrrlved-TiiCRlDaT. Btpt, ltt
"estate of Nevada. Main. Morula.
FaTrave tioeuei. Southampton.
Beoailla. Femuauu oi.oenitoarn.
Fa hpaarndain Uoujer. umcerdam.
ba Ocean, Xige Anieterdam.
t-e A olio, Sykea, Antwerp.
Ba heiiveniie, Tlmmpenn Malta.
H oenrie Vt Clyde aocltw.lt. leaftML
n. Itatelt-h. nurneaa. Parian ua.
Ba hanea. Clt). hempton Savannah.
ea letnaue Itotiln.ou. Charlcaton.
Ba ItklimmiJ Jenny. Norfolk.
Be I'oannka llulphera. Norfolk.
Ba Bomerlilll linrar. Baltimore
Bet ottaee ("Ilr. liaunetr. ronland.
Bi II K. Plinoctc Parry, Beaton
BaAmoiC llaratow. I'orwin rrorllance.
Parkil H l'enr), drant, lluenoe A)rei.
Hark tolimillna. Maiaa. Hatoum
Hark Beatrice liavcnci, IlictibODe, fort Spain.
Itt-rlalet arrival! tee riraira.
Ha I.ydlan Monarch, from Near York, off the I.ltara.
ha Werra. from ew ) orient Bouttiampton.
Be Columbia, from New t ork, at eoutnampton.
Si Urilauulc, from .New X ork ug Holyhead,
aairan aroat rona-m ennri.
Ft Ttutonle. from Qurrnalofn for New York
ha Preineruavau, In la Uoiienlamfor New Xork.
M Iloiieritani. iroiu Auit'erilnin fur Near York
Ba t liy of t liicairo Irnin (.'uetnaiown for New York.
tt 1 uto'ie, from Havre lor New lurl..
XalliCltiH )''' all.
Temaiier, Cbarleilon uior. ji,
Anranla, Liverpool t. OOA. M IIOIA )
NavAila,J.tvrrpool u io vi
Fthlopla. tllaaiiuw 1IHIA, VI, ll.loa.v.
TMIiKialla i opi-iili-iiren,,, . h il a M. ii i.ia i
Beriiinila M i roll I.'KIM.
(irlatm lUvant IIxia Vi, I o r. v,
lluaeila llamlmrir U ij W.
l.a louralne Havre uitlA, M, n ioi.it.
I'ldtr. Bremen B so a. VI I. mi m.
Auiatenlain, liotterJam . li so A. M.
JftttHrla , (llbraltar Am
oermuulo , tjueeiialown Bept 1
hlOe Mniiliuiiiiiloii Bept. 11
l,e leit . , II tvre ,, , Be.il, I
TueOjuen llierp'iol Aui '.'7
Jue .-olur ii fitt, l.
AniuttaMctoria,,,,,,, Sintlmniptrn )ept. a
Urobna oueeimoavu bept, a
Due OuntJav, i-oit. 1 1
Alttka Quetnttown Rept H
LaUrelama .......Ilarre Bept S
Itlrhioond Hill London Aik 3d
btneca Colon Bept. a
IHie ilwitt, triil. 14.
rilr of Waalilnjloii . , Parana ,,,,, Pert 10
anad l."iiiloii , Am Jtl
llimli' I.lvarnool Bept, 4
IrurueaaU aloville , Bept. 4
titdjf, Aen li
Vlgllanca t-t- Tiiomat..., Pept. a
Carltibet St. Croix hept. e
Aaerilea...-...., nlaaoir. .........Pepl. 4
MentTta......... Ilamiur;. Sepu a
a'1" ' '" fifl.aarl.rime'pw. axa'ira'jti-a yvta-ia'j...,
PEXXSTLTAXIA'S EX MUTT. Z
The laanrrl Oil XSTIII llatlet a. Mtvdtl 'jS
finery Prliet lrr Arcklrceta. ?!
ni.r.nisnuno. fiept. lO.-The PenMylvonlm ffl
World'i Pnlr mniiacorB mat In th 8enat i
chamber ot tlio rapltol. xvlth Oov. Paulson in '
tho chnlr and Hoburt !!. Wright. Dnraocratlo ,,k
catulldnto lor Audltor-neneral. n Heoratary.
llcnifttnin Whitman of Krle xvas olrvctad to tha
ExecutlvoCominlisIoner-ihlp mado xacantby
the death of Chnrles S, Wolf. fej
p)nniiiiiiliioilllcatlonB for tho Pennsylvania V
Building nt Chicago will bo ndvertlsed for and "$
prlro of Sl.tmj SjU. and :iuo will be glvaa A
for tho bc-t lliico plant submitted 'y Pennsyl- )
vnnlann. Tlio hnlltllng mtmt notj cost motr x.
than iTiiOiw nor ocotttiy more than IO-Ooii fi
eiiuare foot. Tin) Sinmlnnl oil Vintpantr will
cool erot viltli tho trtnto In th'i dtuplay of oils A
at tho lhlbltitm. aud will oiuit n refinery &
ilnl'or-Orn. Oeorgo 1!. Knowden of Ihe Na- ,ii
tlonul (iiinnl was nppoiiitPd to eonfor with
lnior-(lon Mill of tho rnj.ulai army to ar- m
range for the dlsplut ot Pomniylvanla mllltla A
ut the opouiug oxorclses. rg
raylntr for Iramlrtrmtla AVIao Don't Stay. ,g
Orrwt, Out.. Kopt. It). In Ibe House of ij
CommonB to-day thero was a lltoly discussion fi
on tho Imuilgrntion eslimmos. Sir Itlcherd s&
Cartwright paid he thought It was time jj,
the Onvornment ceased paying out 2S0.OO0 "m
year on au immigration which was either -M
inythteul or ubcIos. Inasmuch as a great '-?
niiijnriiy of th imiiilgrnntu leave Canada for x
tho Pnlted Ktatni. In the pnet ten years the j,
Ooxoriiment luul p. nt nunrly J3.000.OiVO on Fa
Imniiuratiou. n Imraigrnilon of FXB.oooper -Jt
eons was toportod. hut tho population had In Ri
cioabed by only fjUI.UuO. 5
Mme. tie Ntttera Urcllnea to Pnrakaae. ',"
Bioux rAi.m. H. D Rept. 10. Six week a 070 h
Mme. DeStuars. xvho Is heia to obtain a dl- ,1
vorce from the llelgtan Allnlstor. contraotad to -.;
buy the home of P. If. 1'dml-on for 113.800. 'Z
'J' ho contract tlmn oxplrod to-day and the tour- '
chase had rot been completed, Mr. Edmlson -'V'
therefore ha- brought Bull lor the sum. Mme. ',
Da Stuors declares that the title Is itefeotlva J,
and that she cannot be compelled to purchase. (
gUj6ttgiS Qotittfi. f;
Mm. tVlnpiloTa'n Hnntblns Hyrnya fer ohUdretS ,
teethlnr. eofteni tna ariimt, reUocet inllamnatloa, at M
laytfaln, curet vrlud colla Hj centa a bottle, a,
Wear the Anchor Strand Hhtrta, as
Wear the A.NCHOR BnANU Collars ana Cnfla. sn
Aak rear I.I on Brand Collar and CbT. "'V;
ny BIANDAiiu BItA.NU Ladlet' Cotlart and Can. :ti
BF.TTH-TKET-s.-On Wedneiday. Sept a ISfLal 1ff
tha rettdence of Sir. and Mra. O. 8 Andraws. 17att
il. Fort Wattitngton ar. New York, by the Ita iij.
Frank U Wilton, Annta E. Teeu to rierra Taller ','-
OtrTI.ON-TIEXF.niCT.-On Bandar Star, a, at if
1st Bait nM tt, Saw York, by the Rev Z. Aaron,
Eelma Benedict, eecond daufhter ot tha tat Bar- $
menu and Bettla Uenadlit, to atorrlt Outlon of Boa ,"
Z,F.ON'-tXTF.ir-On Wedneiday, Sept B. 18S1, fey
ttia Iter. Raphael Benjamin, M. A, Batata Wall la ji
Jacob Leon. A
JUKM AJI.-Os Tbnrsday, Bept. 10, at 10 o'clock, tha ,3',
beloved wit of Alexander Alkman. J3
Funeral at her lata ratidtnea, 14 WatU tt, en Buday t
at I o'clock. Hr
ATKINSON.-On the 10th Inst, Delta AtUasea. y.
aired 44 year. M
Belattvet and frlendi ot the (amity ar retpeetfoUy iy:
Invited to attend ths funeral from 437 Wait SJd It, Ny
to day at 1 1 o clock. Interment at FalrWew Cema- -(-
tery. Stateti Iiland. ii
nDAHD-iI.KY.-OnFept. P. at Brldteport, Cona- fX
John K. Beardttay. aged 63 yaan. W
Fnneralon triday forenoon at 10 o'clock from SO g'
Main it X
BKAUY.-On Sept 9. at her reitdenca, eat Id ay, M
Bos Brady. $.
Belatlvei and rrlendi ar Invited to attend Ut fa- -'J
nerat from Sl Stephen'! Chares, Eut 2Sth IL, oa -X
Baturday nt 10 A. at Vu
BKOWNr.-On Tuetday. Septs, Annta M, ttt ii
daunhter ot Jnlla and the lata Timothy Brown. ;5
Funeral on riday, Sept. II. at in o'clock A. at, (rem A'
her late realdence, l&iNeleon at.. Broaklya; these j
to Kt alary Star t the Sea Church. Interment In
Calvary Cemetery. &
BVKKIIAI.TI Jt.-OnThnreitay. Bept 10. Anna "J
Mamaret. widow ot Charlea Burkhalter. la the SSth M
year of her aRe. X'.
Belatlvei and frlendt of the family ara lnvltad teat- V'
tend the runeral .Tom her lata retldanc 331 Waal . -
14th it, on Baturday. Spt, 12. at 2 r. M. Intermanl '.
at Woodlawn. -ff
CAI.I-EN.-On Tb'triday. Sept 10, at Brtdf tpart, 45
Conn., Alicia Callen. wife ot Jamel Caltln. 'j'i
Notice ot funeral hereafter. rf
CBONIN.-On tb eth lntt. at his rettdenea, S43 &;
I- ait 21 th it, Maurice I) , beloved son t Denu aa4 &
the lata Mariraret Cronln. Vj
Belatlvei and frlendi reipectfalty Invited to atUBt i
th funeral Friday at VI I. M.
DVMrKOFF.-On Tuuday. Bept B. at Breoklyn, fi
Barbara UnrnproO. aged fc3 year and IS days. J
Belatlvei and f rlon Jt ara ratpeotf ully lnvltad to attaaS J
the funeral on Friday, bept 11, ato A. M, fromtha -j
reildenc ot her ion, John M. Oumproff. 23 South "'
2d IL (i'
F.I.V.-On the loih Intt, at 429 Wait ISth it, Sataual
P. Ely. arid 3H year
Notice of funeral hereafter. 'r
FAKltEI,L-On Wedneiday. Sept . Andrew Far- W
relL a uatlv ot the pariah ot aranard. county 'Jj
Loncford, Ireland, tn tile 2Sth year ,i
Funeral from hit lata reitdenca, SJJ Walt 24th St. oa ,
Friday, Bept II. ate 3) A. U.t thence to St. Colaea- 7
ba'e Church, where a maaa of requiem will be eel. t
brated for the repoaoot tali iouL Interment la Cal- S-
FI.l.NO.-At Sprlnar Lake, N.J, Sept 10 Jam U fi
Ulnij Jr.. younneit aon ot Jamei U and Sua F, Sj
FKi:.M;iI.-In thli city, on VVedoeaday, Sent a, fi
Arthur J. trench. jg
Funeral at 2o clock Friday from Stolta Undertaking
Company'!, 2J7 Bowery. Frlende and rolatlree ar ji
retpectfully Invited to attend without further ae- M
OOTTRON.-On Bept 8. at hla lata re.ldence, 2TT 'A.
l!aatllit, Adolph kt, Ooltron. atedssyaara. STr
Funeral tervlcetat the Church of the Mott Holy K- ijV
deemer, Ji it, between Ave. A and B, on Saturday; 'K
Bept IJ. at 10 A. M. gj
KAEI'l'EI. At lladen Baden. Germany, on July W
U, 18J1, Ldward Kaeppil, In the 4lnh ) caret hla )&
Services will be held at Woodlawn Cemetery n Bua. if-
day, bept. 13, on arrival ot the 2i2Dr. H. train from
Crand Central Pepot trriende Invited. (4
KINO.-Dn Vtedneaday, bepU t), Uenuitt Kinc In th li
Belatlvei and frlendi ar Invited to attend tha funeral -
from lilt late re.ldence, 1,701 Broadway, on Friday 4
momlurat lOocluok t,
Lr.K -Atlh lloflman Home, on the Bth tult, ofape- 4
plexy. Col. John O. Lea, aged 34 yeara -,
Funeral at Trinity Chanel, 3tb au and Broadway, a Ij
Irlday. at 3 I. M. Interment at Media, r. &
I.IMIKAY.-On tha 7r.lt Inat Mlnnl F. Uadaay, V
aied t! I year.
Belaiirei and frlendi of tha family are reip.cttully r.
Invited to attend Ihe funeral acrricee on Friday at iV
J oMock at her lata re.iden-e, Jjj bleeoker it m
Intermanl In llrreiiwood Cemetery. (0
O'llllIKV.-l'.dwIii A belovel nuiband of Mary A. hl
0 Ilrlen in tho3Mh )ear of lilu a,e rjj
Funeral to take place from St Jaiuei'i Church, ISJIk P
t and Alexander av on Frlday.atll A. at., where a 'v
otemn reipilem man will ba held. Vt,
KM OKI.-On Wedneiday, bept B, at Hartford. W
luiiii. Marstr', nil of C, K. Record, aiitd 2S ri
Irlenli are Inrltel to attend th funeral front her
Ijti reaidence on I riday forenoon at B -0 clock,
and from M. Lawrence O'Tool Church at 9 o'clock. JlV
XYUN,-Uu tt edneailay, t ept S, at Brldreport Conn, V
l'atili V U) on. iKed tIJ yeara $A
STIEAt lti:N1lll.I.r.lt.-Memben of th Joha -J.
J. (1 Ilrlen Atioclailon ar hereby noticed I at-
tend Hi funeral of nur lata member, John strauben- Wr
mll'er Jr.. on trlday, b.pt II, IBtfl, at I P, M, 'M
from lili lute reildenct, 7 Itlvlncion at, ''
II. I.iil I.KI-, Preildint ijB1
HU1.'TIMIAYII.-At Jeriey til), bept. 10, liobert W'
tt, boutliuuvd Jf;
Itelattrea and frleudt are retpecifully Invltid to at J'
tend l.li funtral on batur lay, Bept I J, at lu o'clock ,''
A. M , fnmi Ihe rnldinca of lilt .later, Mrt. 0. W. 'vi
1 endexler, 2r0 Varlck it, Jeriey City, f-t
WF.M'II, Caroline, beloved wile of John D. Welch, !(
lu tlieB.il year or htraie M
relitlwi. ml frlendi of Ihe family ara reipectfolly
turltediu ottenJ Hie luneral eirvlcet on Baturday 'X
ereinii, bept. I.', at ii I l at her late reildino, 1
12J 1'aitMtli it. Interment Sunday moraine Kla
ly nrnltfloweri. fS.
V,OOI)FOKJ.-On Sept B, at Fair Hatea, Coan., f.
Iiaao tt'oodford, aced71 eara w
Frlende are Invited 10 attend th funeral from hts
la'erealdenre, Msltirhani c, on Saturday for-. ?
noun at 11 o clock rJ
CKdUh IlKNTIHtll.I. lathe be.t uoth powder la the '
world for preitMlni Ihe taetli. "UtrRKbUlHO AJiu V
DKU0IOC8." Twenty CTtClBtl a boU, """ J
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