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HI: 2 THE SUN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1?, 1891. .
IB NEW YORK STATE POLITICS. Hi ' ' ' ' HK ! XMB CLKTELAKO VE7P ' ttOXTTED J tX UK I nnfVAucctasa zxmurrAto. " IB ' K I Speaker Rhthaa--Car--rlts Krtry Anemblr IB , SUtrie la the eLltyJonse Beaten la HH III Own Cenaty-or Broom A. Motloa I 1 to Inatract the Delegate for I'loerer V f Voted Dowi, feat TThea It -eras Rcieir. H ' el It Declared Carried. M : nutTAio, Boot H.-'WIIllara P. Bhceban sat In his offic at midnight to-nlcht with the flush Bt c( victory noon IiLra. Around him wero cath H ered hundreds of bit friends, and ut the tldlnes H ' of Tictorr poured In from evnr quarter lie m ': toudlr chterod. na had ctrriod very Assam H t bly district In Buffalo. It was a vlctorr be- yond expectation. When Bbeehan carried 1 everything btfora blm In the memorable I conteat last July tno lllssell men fnld: "Walt fur tho caucuses. Shohan cannot carry Ave wards of the twenty-live." To K nlnht the caucuses were held and Flieelinn has BRj eterr Assembly district and a solid delocntlon ft to the State Convention. Evon In tba Second IK Assembly district, tha strooBhold of tho oppo h altlon. Bhethan carried six of tho nine wards, K though It had been sanorallr supposod that g tha district would bo acalnst Mm. Ihe H Blesellmen mads a mlehty olTort. They blrod H- a whole Una of omnlbusses to run to tho polK H trfi-lo a bouse to house cnnva.iH of ovorr want, n atior.t mont freely, and were then complotoly K routed. The caucuses wero the largost ever V . held In Buffalo. Tho contests In somo of tho B wards net florc. and the vote so larco thnt K It was dinioult to poll It within tho two allotted H hours. One featuro of tho buttle was a mis- H representation spread broadcast by tho Itls3cll IBj They represented that Bheebnn wns seoltln:: B election both to the oMce of Lleuteunnt-Gov- H ornorandto th Blato Committee, and gae Hj t that their dologates were for Bhoohnn fnr HB Ueutenant-doveinor and AuBiistus 1". Soheu ft for BUte Committeeman. In somo Instances ' - tbta was true, but Wilson S. lili-sell K wants to bo boss of tho county. If Hj ha had succeed -d In electlnc his delesntos. W Whlehware noli Innlly for Bcheu. thoy would iaaaWI j ;- fcaya cone to the 8t:ito (.onventlon opposed to s Bhethtn for J.ioutomnt-Uovernor. Shechau did not attempt to e.vplaln away this mlsrep- r resentatlontliev.ent Into the battle on his own ; merits am! cann forth victorious. Hl Mr. Bbeehnn'4 old homo, tho First Assembly U district, stood )o ally by blm. lie carried the j First ward bv :1J0 majority, the Hecond by 3CU Bi maiority. tl o Third by 4."0 majority. and the 1 1' th by '-'20 majority. In the HK l'ourth i o votes were polled on account Hj of th interference of a cane of touch. The 1 entire city av him about l.rjOli majority out !( il about .!2 dUO totes east. Jim Kennedy, one j of drover C'lsvoland's protfip's. and iou -coop- Hyi ora broke up tho caucus m the -Nlueteeuth p! ward. i It was In tho Second Asombly district thnt H ISheehan made aurnrislnt: calns. Schou Hj carried :nn Hlxtli w.ird. liih own. the Seventh, i . his brother's, and the 'Twelfth: nd BlieHniui H carried tlio Kiuhtli. .Ninth. Teutli. B JJeveuth. Thirteenth, and 1 ourtetnth. In m the Twentieth wnnl. vliero (iroor ! Cltreland once lived. ln tecsived IH VOU Mites out of 3GS. belier. curried tlie J'lf- B laenth. Mxtuantli.and Betentcontb ward'', mid IBJfl f hheelinn tho ri'mnlninc lx. There Is ocon- M, test in tho Tvronty-llrst wanl. and tno JffaJ uaucutei wore held. Thl i lllssell h ward, H and In it dwells his nironufst lleutennnto, H i I .ncludlnt: cx-Ktate ommltteaniau I'otxr H 1'oyle. J he lllstell men broke up the cnu 1 nud tho ltKUlni Jloaid thou withdrew and h m J acnucusin winch Mr. heRhaIl receUed 'Jul FffH J olostJlr Sclieu's'ili. Tlii cive Mr. bhee- B t lion nt least sixteen ol tho twenty-four wards H and all iho deleuates to the htato Convention. H I It Is .''hoclinii'', Kiontent lotorv. mid Is .inc- H tkally dei Islvo. In Iront of the County Com- n i mlitco looms nt inldiiiuht the crowd, wild with f tii tlj iisUlsii i. In bhoutini: for Mioehnn, and H tl.coli.-in unlT. H ' JUNKS s (OfNTYOOER TOR TLOWnR, H J IsiMiiiAMTov. Sept. 11. Uoswell P. 1'lowar H ' for tiiornor. I lliot Danforth for State 'irea- H t t , uiei. I-itiic 11. Miuuiird for Attorney General. H t' and I'littlclc Malonej lorBtatsCominitteeman. H ' 1 lil l the ilckot nominated by th Uemo- H 4 in sitH ut In ooino county In convention a.sHem- H ! bind this iilteinoon. und without exception. It H was tlio hottest lleli t ever seen in this county. B A bitter feeuntr was dovoloced between the H - ' Jciiifs und l-lower facilonb. which If not healed H i mil split the county ir. twalu. Look before H - the lioui net lor calllnir tha Convention to- H '-, ' i.'ellii-r little knots of men oould be seen H J cntheied about the sidewalks and around B , J.ohiiolt Hull, (ieorce K U'.Nell. candidate lor H . otnt.' Tn'iisurer. with his henelunen. was H "" buttonholiiii.' thu fanners, but with Ktuail sue- H ' '(in, Junuhw.is uttendiuK the fair atOreene. H ' and a- not present. H ' Tlio Contention was cnlled to order by J. O. H Ui.st. chairiiiaii of the County Committee. H ' and W'.i. nn Clee wus elocted Chniriuan. H J , with Charles 1'ornune us Secretary. The llrst H , blood uat, Khed nmr an elTort of Georice r. H D'.Seil to oubsiltute local names for deleuates H ' Irom thu country tonnx who failed to H I appear. Tho U'.S'ell faction claimed to H hute recrid a despateh fiom the ubsont H . delegate uiithori7.ini; tbe appointment, and the H Jones I notion demuuded its pioduction. The m i hulrmun, wlio nas a member of tbe O'Xeil H faction iunored the demand and the Jones H nation uicho In their seats, threateulm; to H bleak up tho ussemblaue. I inully order was M , piiitiiilly restored and an elTort was made to H uppolnt deleRiites to tbe .Senate Contention. H Kln the two factions split on the mothod of uiei tiou, and a Iholy wur oi words occurred H 1 uotweui Uolcuate Collins of the Jones faction H and (isorco 1 . O'.Vnil oi the Mower faction. M "We do not v, ant to stay here ull uiKht and H i, ballot ' aid 0'.Nll. H ' ' Noiliiut done propose to let one man run H ; thlt- Com ention." returned Collins. H, "Ituudonot like it." replied O'Nell. "take H :' youi iloleicmlon and leave the hall; there is B plentr ! room uutalde." ' "t i -ive more ilcht here than you," re- turned .dins, "and If you attempt to bull- f i doze ill. f will throw you and your hangers ' on out of the niudoir." . Here the Chairman Intel runted by announc- ' iuL' the names of the Committee on llesulu- , ; tlous. lestoiiuc peace for a short time. A ballot was taken for a ileleuatb to head the Htatr deleeatlon. ami JIaior Henajah Curran M wasdaclaied olecled. A motion by Mr. Wait t to nominate Cliarles O'Dnen was opposed by M I ihe Jones faction, who placed in nomination the name of J. Menart Wells. O'liritu was. howovcr. iitul.l much confusion declared eleot- ud. JohHil.Mune of baulord was elected by M i acclamation. H Then beuun the battle of the day. N. I l Osborne mounted a chair and offered a resolu- lion Instructlnii the deletra aa to ote (or Itos- , i well I'. 1-lower for the nomination for Clov- t ' urnor. A storm of hliso. cheers, aud shouts IbW of "Order" at once nro on all sides. evn members of th Contention were on their feet, ull talkluc at once. t , and tb Chnii was unublo to pre.-erve v , order, lor seienil minutes it was evldont Bfj t, J that nnles some action was taken n free llehc f, t would end the Contention, and a police . all i ( was turned in. The appearance of us juad of i patrolmen hud a coollnt: affect on the nrdor or th belligerents, aud th motion was voted :, down An effoit was then made to Instruct thedelecates to cast their votes for Oeuiice t. O'Neil lor State Treasurer. Acaln a roar of i lllsses. followed by cries of "Down with O'.Sell I b can't bulldce us," were beard on all sides. O'Nell moved the isconslderatlon of n vote ul- lowinc the delegates togounlnstructed. liele- uale Collins niacin the point of order that the , notice was cut of order. Chairman Van Clete 'i ordid Collins to sit down, throaUalnce to cull ,, on the pollen to proserteordtr. At this many delrnates rose, declarlnu thnt Uomocrats, not J th police, wero runutnc the Convention, aud tby did not propose to submit to the power of tbe machine. Tbe motion to rtconsldor lb Instructions was lost hy a standlne vote. 1 An effort wan then made to secure a nominee I for member of Assembly Tha names of ltobert II 1'rlnce. Hiram Jloaers.and K b. Andrews wero I prtssnted, all decllnlnc. Hunllr tbe name of 1 . U. Osborne was presented und Mr, Osborno deolarod his willlncness to nccept. Ills declaration ttas sruetud with loud cLeets, and when they subsldod.he aikml tho Contention to pass a resolutlotilustiuotlnetnedcUcales tor Flower. I Hardly were, tlio woids out of Ids mouth when thu Chairman hurrltuly put the motion unddoil ml It carried, Tho delegates beuan to ask v. hi. t It meant, and one delegate aroso In'iuliiuu bow the lualtxrot Instruction now HtooJ. but h was told by Mr. O'.Noil to hit , down, and tho work of th Convention con tinued. . ,, , (ieorce F. O'Nell said that some persons without nulhorltv had used his name Inccn iioctiou with the candidacy tor M-ito Troas. u.-r. As there npprnrod in lm r.uch a feellus In the matter, bo would move that the Con vention bo instructed toeupijcrt tlllot Uun forth for Btato Treasurer. Mr. Slaynard for Attorney-General, and Patrick Waloney lor Btate Committeeman. This was carried. The business of tho Convention was then hurried B' Many of th delegates bad left the hall, when s. O'Nell shotUl. "Hold on a minute. Webute v loraottou eomethlnc. Where Ih ibe Commit- ' tee on llegolutlobiW' The Cbairmnn then read a resolution endorsing tbe admlnUtr.i Hon of Gov. Hill.. und th Convention ad ourcsd. ANTJ-imX JIKV DEATnt IS ST. LiWnVNtr. Watekiown, Sept. 11. Them was h cont st botwn tli Hill and anti-Hill Democrats in th becond Assemb'r Uistrlut Contention nt Canton, bt. I.atvrenc county, yesterday, the , lU:ht btlii continued at etoiy peine through- i out the Convention and th Illll men Trlnr.lne varytlm. lloih fides ni lor llowoi, how ever, with tha exception of n fsw.Iotiot man. The followlticdtlerntos to tho Statu Conven tion will vote for Flower to th end: Jamco II. Martin of Wnddlnirton. V. M. Hctlnture of Ilermon. and James bpeorsof canton. Mnc Drown of Ilermon was nominntod for membor of Assembly. COBTHM) COt.'NIt EEVCt k Tf-OWKt! r-!.rnA-TIO.V, Cor.TtiSD. Bent. ll.-ThoI)mocratleCounty Convention for Cortlnud county was lull of onthuslasm this afternoon, somethiui: unusual for this county. Th UemoeiutB ate always recarded inthe mlnrrlty in all elections beta, but the aspect has been chanced by th Con entlon's action to-dny. The ticket nominated was: InrMurltf, C, H. tan Ilrucklln oi Cort land: Ik W. Ilottrno of Wlllett for County Clerk, Irvine 11. l'almer ot Corlland for IJIs- , trlct Attomey. llnlph liullor. ol lloiiinr for Buperlntendent ot tha 1'oor, Peter 1. Muller of 'Iruvton lormembcrot Assembly. TheMtto I ile'ecates chosen were H. 1J. Jones nnd I.. J. l'ltzi.'eralil of Cortland and fieorc Urock way of Homer. They nie all foiorable to l'lotrrr. 'Iho deleuates to th Semite Conten tion tator ex-Mayor Kirk ot Syracusoror llrst i choice and llenr J. Jlowry lor second choice, ' Counsellor -laiuos DoiiRhorty was ehosti a i deleaaie to the hlxth Judicial Ccnventlnn. The ticket is a lomarkably stionc one thiouiih out, aud will draw otos Irom tbo llopub- I llenn pnrty. The cnndldate for shotitT Is , onoof tlimot promlnont merchnntH In cen tral .New York, anil bus a host of admlrorn In the Republican tiatty. llourne. who was nominated for County Clork, was elected by the Democrats nine yenrt nu'o to the stmo omce, Thocanilldate for member of Aom bly, lips novor been n candidate lorofllco be foi. He eniovs th cotilldeuco of a larce cif- I cle ol business men and iniruers throurjhout , the county. If Ihe Democrats ate not sui-erss-ful with the entire ticket, they will at least fdmre th honnis with tho Ilontibllcans. BtStTUU il'.'.'tL'UIIION lOU LltlfTK.NtST-aOt- ynxon. Rornr.RTl v. Kept. lt.-Benntor Pona'd Mc Nauuhtou mailed lor Albany, Inst jjlcht. Within the lnt Tew days n small-sized boom bus been itnrtod In f.itor ol the Senator lor J.loutenaiit-t.overnor. Many leadlnu Demo crats throiik-bout the Htato have been sounded , on the proposition, anil thny have expressed thelrapptovaloflt. It U suit! that th sjnator has beou sent lor bt (lot. Hill. Thu Monroe county itnlertatlnn mny nreBent th name of euntor .McNiiuchton lor Lieutenant-Governor nt haratoca next week, nnd. if this Is done, -Senator Georceltnlnes ol this city will maketh nomluntlnr snaocli. There Is much opposition to the proposed pomlnatlnn for I.leulenani Goternor or Sponkor William 1'. bheehan of jlufTalo. riiel levelu'd men tire of course, blt terlv opposed to hii.i.nnd It Is ursedaaan arcumont nunlnst hlni that he Is unpopular In UulTalo. llrle countv llepubllca-is are reportod to bedlsple-ised ttcauseo! thtlnllure to noml-iiatoev-Mttvor Philip Decker, und th Deruo crntsttlll piobnbiy make uueRort to capture, itood port cf this vote. Th non. r. G. llabcook ot Hornellsvllle. owner of th famous Babiock stock farms, ami a Democratic leader in his section, ttns In tho city this mornlnson his way to Newark nnd thence to Saratoga. Hesnys tho motement for Charles F. Pock ot his town, present Commlsioner ot Labor Sta tistics, for I.leutsnant-tiovernor dpnds larceiv upon tho Labor leaders who are ros. terlneit. He s.nvstho Democr.iia ot tho south ern tier are favorably disposed to Soaator Mc .Nauehton. AT.l.rruKT. COUNTY FOP. tULt.. Belmont. Spt. 11 Thomns O'Connor of Wollsvllle. I'red 1'. Molkin of Friendship, and M. D. Hanks, of Contretllle were elected to day as delegates to the Democratic Btate Con vention fiom Allecnnv county. They ur lor Hill. Huch J. Cojleof Allontown, a Hill man, was nomlnutoa for tho Assembly. casdidatvs ron rnEsmsxr. AIIlaslppl Ts for Gorman Georgia Unean't Want (levelaad. Wasiiivotos, Sepl. 11, l!epresntatlv Catchlncs ot Ml-slsslopl formally presents Senator Gorman us tha candidate of his Stat for tho Presidential nomination. Mr. Catch Inm says: " When tho time comes for Missis 1 slppl to send delecates to tho Democratic Na tional Convention tho nameot Arthur P. Gor man will bo iioijuently heard. A better man than Gorman would bo hatd to find. His per sonal rocord Is stainless. His ability Is un iiuestloued. nnd he hns in him all that eoes to make an ideal President. There has keen no outburst of popular sentiment in bis behalf, but tho solid thinking men are quietly en thusiastic over the chances ot his candidacy. The muddle In New York absolutely prevents our looking In that direction for a leader. We will Und whom we seek in .Maryland." Kx-Coneressman Clements ot Georsia, who 1a spoken of as a probable successor to the lato Inter-Stato Commerce Commissioner Bragg, speaking to-day of possible Presiden tial candidates, said: " There doesn't seem to be any marked drift ot sentiment in fuvoruf anybody. Cltvdand is highly lesnected. although the people of Georgia are almost unanimous in their oppo sition to his portion on tbe sllter question. There is considerable difference of opinion us to tho ndtlsabllltr ot nominating him but should lie be tbe choice of tho Convention be would bo warmly supported. Politically this may seem somewhat paradoxical, but it Is true. Georgia will be for th nominee." In regard to the doings ot the third party in the South. Mr. Clements said: "A great many moetingsnre being held, and tbe leaders are more active than eter beforo. Some ot these strongly advocate third party tickets, both State nnd national, but th chances are that such an extrome will not be reached, becuut tha musses are opposed to it. Nearly all tbe Alliance people In our State are Democrats, and while they have joined tbe Alliance bo cause they had what they felt were real griev ances, vet at heart they ar Democrats. They are willing. In the great majority ot cases, to abide by the decision ot tba Democratic party." Hanclnii and KntlnE Cbowder for Flower. A heavy note In the boom of Roswell P. Dower was struck jostorday, amid the blos soming golden rod and tossing tiilstle down at "Ye Old Bay View Tavein." Noith liranch. Long Island. The occasion was the grand ex cursion and chowder party of tbe lloswell P. Flower Colored Legion of the Twenty-third Assembly district. The association Is officered by a Grand Mar shal and threo assistants, a Captain and six LleutenantB. and a Treasurer. It cast about for a name, und tettled upon thut of J'.osnell P. I'lowor. The members of the association were slow in arrlting and wero not numerous tvhou all had come. Tho chottder was seitod late in tb afternoon, to the no small dissatisfaction ot several ludles and 'gentlemen who had coma without eating any luncheon Aftorward thero war muslo and dnnclng. They lot none of their dark forebodings as to the chances of their candidate mid godfather interfere with their enthusiasm. And to all outwaid apjieui unces lubtvtenliic Flower's boom was in proc ess of mucnillceut explosion, Cropo'n Friends Decide o L'rice Ilia Nom ination lor Governor or JuaniiHCuiieelta. Boston-, Sept. 11, A meeting of llepnbllcans. Invited us friends ot Mr. f'rnpo for Governor, was held at the Purker House to-day, and a committee of twenty was appointed (with fiower to add to its numbei) to consider what s the best Interest or Ihe party, and with au thoilty to present the name ot Mr. Crapo for nomination. The committee afterwaid de cided to prosent tlm mime of the Hon. William W, Crnpo to the delegates for tbelr considera tion nnd support Olhor details looking to tbe piesentntlon of.Mr C'rajio's name to the Con tention were ulso arranged. Fuoelt to Hair n llnrptlnn In Iliooklya, Thu Union League Club ot Brooklyn Isgoing to take an uctlto p.nt in tho coming campaign. The F.xecutlvo Committee met on Thursday night and made ar.tngenients for a recaption to Candidate 1 as'elt ut jny early date. Mr. lassotthns ncceptod tho invitation, and tbe reception Mill probably take place within two weekf. The club is to do itself proud on tho occasion. Cot, rruir.tl Droaa lu. F.x-Collector Ilihnrdt returned from his Western trip tcsterdny qml dropped In at the I'ustom Huusa to foo how the folks were get ting on. Co). Frlniidi didn't soem anxious to discuss polilien. i a huh opened an oOlce in the Lnulubln building nud is L'oinc to dototo all his llnio to bublness. The Last FlrettorUe Hboir. Tb last fireworks exhibition of Ihe season will be given nt Manhattnn Beach this even ing by Mr. Pain. Th programme Is tbe most elaborate of tho senron in the lino ot aerial nud wutor lliewnrkf. AMitebesi features of the carnival, which tt as attended by thousands last Monduy etenlng. will be repeated, and among the noteltles ttlll bo an arrangement made by the lllght of Sou bombs, In which, when thov burst In tho air, th Star-spangled Banner. Hora'i bower, and a wheat shtul will bo setn. Courted lu I8l, Married Yesterday. Wji KBbnAr.r.E. Bopt, 11,-Willlnm Beltr of Huntsville nnd Miss Mary Delonc of Plymouth wero married to-day by th Iter. Thomas Mc Knycs. Thoy ware lovurs half a century ago nnd were engaged In Le murr,ed, but they be came estiunued, and nbnut forty-lite years ago Mr belt, married another woman. About n year ago bis wit died und shortly h return ed to his old love, who had remained true to her girlhood fancy. FASSETr COMES TO TOWN. nt3 NOTTOX IH THAT ltK'T.h HATE cor. hill io kvx aoaisst. Ha riierlshed for Hrven, Meatka the Idea Tlint the ttoveraor Would Rna Ao-alu Jonti, Hr'n In Totvn, Too-Col, Slnrpay Uone to tSnrntoxu u n nelraate, J. Bloat rassatt. tbe republican nomine for Governor, arrltod in town nt 8 o'clock last evening, and went to the Plaza Hotel. Fifth avenue nnd riftvnlnth .UroeL John S. Vroo man was thero, too. Collector Fassett said he hadn't tb slightest Idea who would tuccted . him as Collector. , Mr. Fassett said that he bellovcd the Demo- I crats will nominate Gov. Hill next week to , bond their ticket. " I formed the opinion ' seven months nao." he continued, "that Gov. Hill had got himself elected to the t'nlted I S'.ntei Bonato for tho sole purpose ot securing a third torm as Goternor, nnd I shall be very 1 much surprised Indeod If ho Isn't noml- I natcd." 1 Mr. Fnscett snld that he had no Information regarding l.leut.-Gov. Jones's Intentions. "What hnto you to say about tbe points raised that you helped to defeat tb World's 1 nlr nnd rapid ttanslt for New York ?" he was asked. "I have th's to say: Before I am through I ttlll have inndo Tamninny v.Ish that those chargos weren't brought against me. II Tam many ir.ul.es un Issue ou those points I will ninl.o them sick." " W'liou do you propos to open the cam paign .' ' " As soon as I have come on to fight." Tho Campaign Committee of the Republican Club held a meotlng last night nt the club house, l.'iO Filth atomic. Chairman John S. Smith presided. James II. Phlpps wat eleotod sucrotaty. ll was decided to hold a ratifica tion meeting lu the now Musio Hall or Cooper Union some night next week. Col lector I asiett has accepted au invitation to addles the meeting. l.ieut.-Got, Ldward F, Jones is at the Im peilul Hotel. . John B. Hilar of Pittsburgh. Chief Fxaml nero.'th tv Y'oik State Civil Service Com mission, accompanied by Smith M. Weed's inn, tleorge Weed, came to town yesterday in the courso of his can tnss forlhsDomocrultc noml iintlou for Stnto Comptroller, He lb a young iilih-Amerlca'i. Commissioner Thomas F. Gllroy left town vesterdoy afternoon nt tho close of business lor Saratoga, where he will temaln until alter the Demo'intic Contention isotei. 'j he Mcckler Association committee ot one hundred, of wnich Julius Harhnrger is Chair man, held a secret meeting at the association rooms, Vl'i .Socond avenue, last night, and ap pointed nn l..ecutlv Committee, with two Stockleison It William A. Gnns Is Chairman. W bat elso was done they wouldn't tell. cpt thnt no reference was mad to Stat politics. The Harlem Republican Club ratified the ticket last night. Benjamin Harrison was not In ir, but lllalue's name was received with tu multuous appluuse. A campaign committee was appointed Col. Michael C. Murphy, late f th Counties, was elocted n delegate to t-aratoga by the First Assembly Tammany contention last etenlng. Col. Murphy said he considered that a great compliment had been paid hint. Inasmuch as he bad (ought Tammany for many years. He would go to Saratoga piepared to support th choice of his associates. Personally, he fat ored 1 lower for Governor. These delegates to Saratoga were elected last night. Hrt PHirlri Tamrainy Ptlext. Frank T. Fit Herald, ttililam L Uruwn. Michael C Murphy! a!tr. oiai. Cornelius Flynu. Patrick 11 Putt), joha II. thlHgt ' second Plitrlct w York PemcerAev Pe'eirttei .John ). Sullivan, ,'utni McCarttir, Muiirlr (,airirAti; altfr.nte. uullatu hat attach. Patrick llarnntton. Mortimer shea, county Peniocracyi PelecAtea, Kirs K rliiiebl .lohn tt, i, off John llAjret alternatek, jtaitlti A. Talari, .lobu lliilniau .Taxnee Wycnft loi.rtti PietrlctNew tork Pemocraey Prleralai, Urviui llellh. Charles K Abbott, Henry Rnk. alter na ee. Patrick H. Kelllr. .lobu Keatlnir, Lharle- Hlui ardi, Lotintv Pemocraey. Peleaetev Paulel K. Powl liisr. ttllllelti Ward Johu A. Sullltan altemeles. lienry Campbell Miclisel Looney. Nmon .lade blxlli Plftrict Coontt Jlemocrtcj: Pe'eatet. Adol pbuer ll'irbecker. Patrick t otmolir. Pemiie sullUan. alternate! .Mic'iael J Burke William N. ttsleh. isns tlue kurtnan. ew t ork Pemocracr Pe'eratee. i har lea I', blale .lotepb olomon. Ti.oraae II llul. alter nateo. ttrllam A. Djnan. ttltllatn Rooiie), Joliu firandli Lmlil'i PittrlrtNev Vork Pemocraeyi Delerates Edward dllou. Jobn W. Reppenhasen. oeurire 8 scant . a tera.ites, Herman firunjea, Jullui Merkei, Robert loiter lnlh Dutrlct Countr Democracy: ThomaeC. Knox. John kane. Thomaa calkin alternates. Illchard JJeu nett. Pranrli W. Campbell. Edwin L Abbeti. Teotn Diitrlet Loontv pemocraey Peleaatee. neertre P Lantbalo. oaorae M Van Moesen, Jnbu i lark, alternates. August Profe, Frederick J. ntaebl. Charles INeuman ew York Pamocracy lleleaatea Jos-ph Martin. Jehn s. Hebrina-er, Auauit Wiehmaa; aliernates. Joseph uspemcbeld, Hllllam .Norracbk Paul tt Uria. Eletemh District-County Damocracy. Delecates .1. Henry Ford. Refer rosier II. de k. Baldwin, alter nates .tame R. blr. W. 8. Nowlie C. y. RabelL Twelltli District County Democracy: tielefatei, hamuel Cohen Max llahn, fllcberd II Klstaoa alter tiate-, AtiiruaL Bier, Morris Parrett, Vtiliiani Ecbkanib, riilrteenth Dlstriet-Tawiuany Pelacates John c. Mieehan David McClur Louie Munzlnaer; alternates, 0 T btriniteteed. .Tamei 1 yncti rrsnk J. ooodwln fourteenth District County Democracy Delegates Jamee Daly. Stephen A. ttatker Vllchael URourko, alternates Charles Lutr llenrr Allen. II UTlatt- risteentn District Tammany Delegatee H'llllam Palion. scar Straus .Nelson Smltbt alternates, AugLat Uncte. Jo-etili II Htlner. tv i), Byrne. sixteenth District New York I emocracv Delegate". W. .1 t Hart. M .1. Rourle. Patrick Kacers. alter nates John tlcllreetey. James T Motlahon Mtllaui 1 lliuauti County Demorrrcy Delecates, James 1. kill. mill. William I. lurner, Maurice J. Fewer al ternate. M. J. spellman. JoiepU Murray, .Michael J. Kelly. Le:hieenth district New York Demorracy: Dele, KAtrt Jnhn tinii .lobn P. tlanuon. LagtneJ. cumlsket: alteriiatee, I'alrlcL tthlte, Henri Horan. John U. Cuuilske). County Democracy: Dslecates. C. c. Uald. win, Jamee tici'artne). .lobn J. Mcliermott: alternates, Joseph tt Carsin. Daiilsl V. McCourt- Samuel Marktell Nineteenth Dintncl CcnnttiDemocracr. Deteirates John .Newton. L Latlln kellogc. I Hugh Moorman, alternates. bdwerdJ Mcflear, I'. Lowtex Sml'h. rran (,1s I, llo)t. Twentieth District -N tirl Democracy-Delegates. Pa'rlck II kerlu ' Hurke. i barlee Sanel, al ternates 1,'eorge Kritl , it; Chen John J Mayer Twenti.flrst Distrul- m turk Democracy Dele gates, tt k Calhoun .Isti 1 II. McClelland J. J. O i or inan. alternates Andrew J. Robinson. Waller Kelllu Jer PeterJ Devlne County Democracy: Charles A. ackson rheoriore W. M)era Tlmolbv P. .Netllle alter lute-, Thomas I:. Lyons l.eorge Jf. Berilct, Lugene Colin. Tuenty second District New York Democraes-Dal egatea. John T. HcCstlll. Datld M Doolev Paul Kautli Atternatea. Robert L)ons, Thomas O'Reliiv, llemy C. Meters. Twenty third Dlnrlct County Democracy Dele aateai tllcliael J. I laherty llenlamla Franklin Alex anderlliatn Alternates. Nicholas J Hales. Thomas P. kennedt, WPllam.l Nlriolson. Twenty-rouri'i Ji strict New tork Democracy Dele gates A. J, stern. I rank llsker. John A kees. A ter nates. Iianiel Iiiggliia. James Ciirri, IranL iirlsitiei. TheVoorhls men of tha Twentieth district wore Instructed for W. C. Wnltnay for Governor. r.iaur days or mctouaiis. The Uiitc Got (lie Pntlent Itown Now to lue JllcroiiKb nn Ifonr. An old mnn shunied Into the office ot lie'.le mio Hospital on Thursday night and said to the cleik. "Hlc-hlc-hlceups. Hlc-had'em eight d-lilc-duys. Ca-hlc-cn-hlc-cuu't stop 'em-hlc; oh Lord:" Tlio sinintthetlc dork said- "bit down, old man. We'll aoon fix you." Tlinn lie sent up for Dr. Ktone. The Uoctor put the man to bed, and examined him The man said he was Dennis Mahuney of 2C I Last rj.Mh street. He Is n laborer andis7ll tears old. Pettteen hiccoughs he said that the malady bad totno suddenly und without Buy apparent cu.p-e. All the old womuii In thn nolgliborhond, he said, had giten him adtue. but everything lie had tried had lulled. Dr. btone thought It came from irritation or Inllatnmatfon of the diaphragm. Tne patient was tery much Improved last night and hic coughed oul onca an hour. In Her lOSd Tear. Ei IXNYII.I.E, N, , Sept. 11,-Aunt Nelly Ploomer hasontered her 101!d year. Hhe was born at FIshklll-on-the-Hudeon ou Sept. lu, 17'JO, to William and Phabe Tallman. She i mnrrled John L. Dloomor, a blaelsmith, Poon nftoi ward tho couple moved to Nitpanock in tins county, and a little tutor lu t his tilla.'o. I Mr, .lil jOiiidi died in It A Mrs Illoomer has hiid sl children, only ono of whom, lloloit Hloomer, is living. Mrs. liloomer held nn Informal jeeepllon on her 101st blrthdav und niuiiy lolalites ami trlende failed to offer congratulations. Thoy found her n fair bodily health end cluerltil, A Factory llnrneil isuil u i'lreanun Klllril, Aipanv, fc'ept. 11 At 3 o'clock Ihls morning fire wasdlsootercd in h laigo factory and car penter shop ot Thomas Htet ens en Lark street, and soon the factory was lu full blaze und threatening surrounding pioperty. The fir men. finding that they could not sat the factory, turned tlielr attention to saving ad joining property. In which they were success ful. A group of firemen In th rear of the fac tory tteie caught by a falling Wrfll, and Fire man, Luby ol Luciue INo. y was crushed to dath. Heveral others roceited slight wounds. ll In believed tho Ur wus of luceudlary origin. AVheio Yesterday' Fire Were. A. t.-:v, 478 Hudson street Kdwaril Polau a and 47H. Maria Pennon a damage H,tn P M pjip, t,j Avenue Jt, kinir L Kara'a trunk tare, damage t en. 40. u Dethrone! street, tiast Llthogratih loruiiany'e damage tllgbt, Ti'f 1ft) Pitt atraet. Uianea rrcldenberg a damage Inning; M, aakliigten avenue and lain autst, uBOCCuplea heme, aaaaf e irlOUf, vni TDAitr. John II. IX Latrobe died at bis bom In Ilaltlmor yesterday morning, aged 89 years He was lawyer, scholar, historian, engineer, and lnvontor. Mr. Iatrobn was th son of -Cenjamtn II. and Mary E. Lit rob. Hit father was an eminent architect, aud Ms mother was the daughter ot Issue HarJohurst, a Philadelphia merchant, who was the partner of Hobert Morris, tlio great flnan clot of th devolution. Ills mother's family weio also closely related to tho astronomer, David P.tttoi house. Mr, I.ntrobo was born In H5U3 In Philadelphia, tt hero his intents were then toinporarily residing. He was first sent to school in Washington, where his father, who was tbo aichitect in chaigct of the Capitol building, was then lltlng, Tho war ol 1812 caused tho susponsloit of Ihe work ou th building nnd the I.atrobe family moved to PltUburgh. Alter the war thov retprned to Washington, and young Latiobe was sent to Georgetown lolleaa. Ills futher came to re side In Baltimore, nnd h tvns Bent to M. Marys College where ho lomalned until bet.tmber, ISlb. when ho was appointed n endot in the Vtest Point Mllltuiv Academy. In 18iU his 'ntbrdied ot vellow utor lu New drleai.s. toting I.atrobe tcslgned fiom W'ust l'.Int and returned to Ills mo'tuM in lialtiru te entering as a Undent lili) law ofdee ol Dun. llobeit Goodh e Harper. He was admitted to tho bar In 112:,. Tbo Ian- was slow, nud i.atrobe turned hl attention to lluriliire. wrltlnit the lilo of Charlfh ( nrroll or Cnrrollton and olhor books, Ineludlug ono or two uinnmll liaty topic. Mr. I.rtro) e ttas IhomHS ttinnns'H practical nnd legal cuuclllor In all his railroad-building pio'octs Innu the llrst B. and O. tiackik U lien Inans built his litis slnn romls and got Into imitation Mr. Lntrnbe studied Itusilnu and aiguod th i-ns;s In the ilU'slan courts. He won them, but tho czar's ukase upset theterdlcts.Mr.I atrobwasthrln venter ol the Lntrnbe stoves. Ho wa a promo ter aud momberofthoPenbo'tv Instlttite.Antd emy of Art, nud.Mniylnud Historical Koeiety. Probably Mr. Latiobe's vrentes: achievement was Ids part lu the establishment of th re public or Liberia. .Mr. i.atiobe wus President of tho Marvlitpil and .Nntkniil Colonization so cieties, and it t as througii IiIb Individual ef forts that Liberia beiHmet)n "lllsck ltepub lie." Ills ion drafted th Constitution. Di. Hall, ttbo went to Africa n short time ago and completed negotiations with local ciders lor tb ceding of Inrge tracts "t land to Liberia, was stnt through Ml. I.ctrobe's elTorts. Th King of Helgium had been In correspondent e with Mr, I.atrobe ou the subject ol Liberia for several y rs. Ldgar Allan Poo llift camo Into no! en thrnnglt .Mr. I.a trobe. A piipe was olTerod Py a weklv paper of Baltimore for the hest stcy and the Pest poem. Jlanr coutilbutlons tveresentlu to the committee, ofwhl'di Mr Lnttnbe was nt the head. Iho prize for tho sloiy wns awarded to Poe. Dr. James Watt died vrsterday. at 3S1 ronrt street, lliooklvn. in his -)tli tear. He was boinln lirooklyn and graduate I ns a physi cian Irom iho Lnlvi-rsity ot l.dlnburuh, and also from Long Island College Hospital. I or several yeais he was on- of th l!e publlcan lenuors in South Brooklyn. He came to the front during tb ascendancy ot tli Trncy-Dutcber-lourdan leglmo. and for two terms represented a King's county district In the Assembly. Hn n'so served for a short time as President of tli Oeumal Committee. For three or four yoars h w.tt Iteglster ot Vital Statistics, unci tor torn teirs he wns a police surgeon. Ha Betted lu th war ns surgeon ot tho Thirteenth Itegiment, and was on tbo stall of (eu. Chr stensen nud also ou that of Gen. Woodward ttbile they eommnnded th Heeoud Division. N. G. N .. V. He was Mce-Presldenc ot the Algonquin Club and a member of tbo Hamilton. Montauk. and Ox fold clubs. II also was a Mason, a member of th itoyal Arcanum. Ameiican Legion ot Honor, the 1'nrestorft, Inltod friends. Good Templars, iir.il Knights of Prthias. He leaves a widow am, I one son Funeral services will bo held tills evening at the residence. William G. Houltou. tbo senior member of tb shipping llrm of lloulton. Bliss A Dallett. 71 Wall ftreet, dleil Thursday of paral ysis at his resldeuce in Orango. N. J. The llrm nie the managers of the lied I) line ot steamer-, running between ports In l.ensuela and New ioik-. and the are also large dealers lu South Ameri can product,. Mr. lloulton was a mem ber ot both the Pioduce and tho Mar itime F.xclianees. lie was born in l.a guavra. Venezue'a. In 1 B 12. and whs sent to Philadelphia lor his education. After loat Ing school he bream e a clerk for tb shipping house of S. V. Welc':. in lh.'tj he returned to Lngiiayru and ontered the llrm of lloul ton. hons A Co.. founded hy his lather. For live years Mr. llnulton lemnlnnd with this llrm and then he returned to Philadelphia and married a Miss llotren. In lHfiU he became a member ot tbe llrm ot John Dallett A Co, shippers, and in IscO this llim removed to New York and rcorgnnl7ed under the ftrm name of lloulton. Bliss ,t Dallett. Mr. lloulton Iafs a wife and one sou. who is a member of tbe firm. Dr. Peter Plnco died In We't Somervllle on Thursday, aged llti. He was graduated from Uowdoln and Harvard Medical Colleges. At the outbreak ot th civil war be went nut as Kiirgeon of tbe Ninth Massachusetts. He was successively commissioned brigade Surgeon ol United States tolunteers. Medical Dlrecior or the lirot Army Coins, and Lieutenant-Colonel and Medical Inspector ot the United Statos nrmr. During tne lears 1803-0." lie personally Inspected overv army on tho coast from Washington to Tetas. and alo the groat hospitals nt Fortress Monroe. Norfolk, and Portsmouth, and was the consulting sur geon of Jefferson Davis while the latter ttas conlined at Fortress Monroe. The later years of his llfo tver-t passed in and around Boston. He was a member or th Lovul Le gion. i-amtil K. Wellman died nt bis horn In Fast Wilton, Me. yesterdiy afternoon, aged 1.9. He was a lending citizen of tbe county. He was a thlttv-seiond degree Mason. Man member of the Grand Lodgeof odd fellows of New Hampshire. He was one of the oldest nnd ablest Iron and steel workers of tbe coun try. Hi leaves a widow, three sons, and thre daughters. One son Is President nnd two othcis managers of departments of tbe Weil nun Iron aud .Steel Works at Chester. Pa. Mrs. Betsy Hutchinson "T Plymouth, .ifas . died ou Thursday, aired US years and 0 months. Khe was u n ttite or Dti-thurv. Her lather was Capt. Joshua l!rewtor who was taken pris oner by the British In th war ol 1-12. In l&it she married t.'.ipt. llobort Jluteliln-on, a ship master of Plymouth. She was one or the two penslonem ot tho war nt lM'J In town and tho oldest member of the First Baptist Church. Vrs. Jane. B. Smith, granddaughter of the late Hon, Joseph B. varnuin and grandnfece of Gen, James M. Varnuin. who held acommls mlsslon in the Continental aimy during the war ot the Devolution, died on Sept. S at the residence of her sou. Charles N. Smith, in Louisiana. .Mo., In Die rsTth year of her age. She lent s two other sons.Vt illlaro Alplmuaand George 1... both ic-lden's of Brooklyn, L. I AldenHlll of luil-en N. II. died on Wed nendny. 'I ho Hill family Is th rddest in th town, the flist giant or land theie untiugbeen niado lu 1001 to .lo-aph Hill or Maiden. Hill's Garrison, fur inativ years th trem norih ru outpost ot the town ol Hudson, was bulk by Air Hill's ancestor For rannt years he had been ouo ol the mo.-t ptouilneut citizens of Hudson Major Fdmnnd I. Pmlth. formorly or the Fulled Status uriuy. died at Hnd ng teste! da), aged ii.' years. Mmi r smith tva once a member of iho l'uunsltnnln I oglslaiure and of the LegislaluiM ol i ilo.ndo, lu vyliiih I Stale be was on" ol he pioneer anttlriH. Till lei eutly Mjjor smith for mint tears ttns n member of the law III in ol Wells, smith X Maco i, Denver Snmiicl "n. V, Irlham. 0',e or the o'oest Irnsl pess men of Mlddlutovvii, N. V , died there sud denly tt-teid.ty morning of neivous debility, need "(l youis. Ho tt.is a iiatlteot tho tottn nnd was in tho lumber and coal trade. He wus long alnn.'o htoiUio'dor and p. dlrectorof the Mtddie'ovMi N,itlouj llnul:. John I! lingers, a member ol the Pittsburgh bar, die I e- eid.iy moin'ns at tho house of his father, lit .Me) ran avenue. Oakland. He was -iiiveaiso'd and loaves a wllo and three cbildien, Mr. IIol-oih was u guiduBto from the We-tern I nlteuity. He was admit ted to Ihe bar in 1B74, llemy it, Trendwell, nt rne time a member of the llrm id Tiffany A (o. New lork, and who for a number of yaai s bus been the prln- ilpal PJttucr in tho Arm of tiyphar A Co.. of ililscliy, dietl at his cotintiy residence in New Mllfnr t. Coin., ou Thursday etenlng. I Ni ll'.rn Merw'n died nt his homo at Deposit. N. . un Welnesda). nged nenrly hi years. i He was born at Lltchllold, ( onn and moved i to Dalatvniu county In 1 HI-. Ilo wrs the foundei und 'or ma. v to us tb1 soulor ue.it on of the llaptl-it clitiii.li ut lUiuci ci.. Mis. D.illv llM'Hoid Ilrynnt died on Thurs day nt Klugi-tou, .Mats., agdd M. Sbewasilio lust desciidiint of Gov. Biadloid. in .the set n'.h geneintlon. She hnd llvmi iu the bouse tvhoro she died bi.ty,iilno years. Pliillji Gr.ilT. for twenty. four years Postmnt toi at liavvklnsvllle und lone nn si tite iiepub llcau politician, died on Tuesday, need 71 tears. Ho win a native of Alsuvu, Germany, llo leave four cliildroo. l.ttiornnd tVflges There Is likely to be n feud between th New York aud Biooklyn labnret's unions because Brooklyn laborers work in New York and New York laborers work In Brooklyn. Yesterday It ttas reported that a number of New York laborers, who are working on th Polrttchnlo bull, Hug lu Brooklin, were compelled to take out lirookljn union cards. Iloiallatlou isjiro Posad, Tho Brard of Walking Delegates or the Building 'iradesoide ed a strike esterdar ou a building ut :l.ty- bird stieet autHih-ite-nuo vviiranon timou workmon un1 emplu)ed. An elTort Is lo be made to gel the non-union palnteis at worl. on thn Government buildings on j.llls Island replai ed by union painters. The drain-pipe makers of Brooklyn ar term ing a union. How's Your Liver If sluggish, painful, or inactive, causing debility and Thnt Tired Feeling, invigorate it to healthy action, and restore your strength by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla TllET DIDX'T LIKE OXE AXOIIEE, No T.ove I.eet IlelweeD f.nrd ItnndolDt nnd the r.ate Mr. Itradtniicli. Lost-ox, Sopt. 11. Lord Kandolph Churchill, in an Intorview at thn Cape ot Good Hopo, as. sailed th memory of Charles Bradl.tugh as an oterratod man who fooled liliurelf with thn belief thnt he wns a statesman. Au Intimate , friend ot Bradlnnch writes that Lord Kan dolph tried lo force an aoqtialntancoon Brad- ' laugh and odoied t maka friends i with blm, but that Brudlaugb. despising ! htm. recoiled in d'sguet. The friend of Bradlaugh adds that once In thn tea room of the House of Commons, while Uridlnugh wns talking to Labourber. Lord Randolph forced himself upou them und paid Bradlaugh n com pliment. In acknowledgment oi which the lat ter bowed, but said nothing. A subsequent Incident, when Bradlaugh found that Churoblll lied teuatding a state ment lie had made in a speech in the lions of Commons and that he " onked" his speech In levl-tinn tho pn ofs for Hnnsaitl. confirmed Bradlaugh in his contempt for Churchill. 1IIE COSSACK OX THE BUSMVKVS. A Heasattonal rstntenaent r ltuaeia'a De signs ea Turkev. Brr.i.iN, Sept. 11 The "Hamburger Corres pondent" contains a sensational article to-day ' entitled "The Co-ack Stroke on th Bos I phot us." According to this article Itussla I medilalos n surprise to Constantinople by a I conjoint landing of 30.000 troops in European j and Asiatic Tinker. TheBosphorustorts.lt Is said, are to be attacked from tbe rear, and thn approach of hostile fleets is to be prevent ed bv torpedoes, while it Is calculat ed that a Bnsslnn torpedo fleet could nter ihe Golden Horn at night nnd ccmplttely destroy the Turkish fleet, and that the whole could be ncoompllshed in twenty four hours. Thn article details vpertments made In embarking nnd landing troops on th Jiluck Sea. conducted under uen. ltonp sine I8W1, and tho studying of tbe around by Bus slnn olllers nn the spot. In the guise of searo.i ers for Nihilists, traders. antlquarianB, Ac. Complete nlans for everything are said to be rondy, and only the command from St. Peters burg Is now needed. The Trades TTnlos Coagress. Nr.wctsTLr. Sept. 11. At this morning's session of the Trades Union Congress the dele gates approved amotion that workman and workwomen should be appolntod Insptctorsot factories and of working placo-j generally, add ing to the motion the recommendation that this principle should also be applied to th In spection of workshops and factories within tho British Indian possessions. In addition, the delegates advocated making it a penal offence for an inspector ot lactones to glte warning to th employers of labor ot his or her Intended vlsltof inspection. A motion to instruct thn Parliamentary Committee to press the passage of tbe Kigbt hour law. at least so tarns it concerned work men employed in the mines, wob opposed by tb northern miners on tbe ground that further legislation would Injure tbelr trade, but wns earned by a vote of 2.17 to. I1). The Trades Union Ccncre-s ot 1SU2 will tit at Glasgow. The Production or" T.ohesarlii Postponed Ptms. Sept. 11. The much discussed pro duction of " Lohengrin " at the Grand Opera House, set down for this evening, was post poned. Th reason given was th illness of Yan Drck. the tenor. The general opinion, howotar. U that the management of the Grand Opera House and th municipal and other authorities of Paris were seriously alarmed ti) the threats mad by the Cnautlnlsts. and const-iiunutly have) abandoned th production of tb Wagner opera. Tbe managers, however, insist that tbey will produce "Lohengrin" on Monday should Van Dvck s health permit. There bas been serious trouble at the re heaisnls. owing to tb presence of Mme. Wagner and her 'on. There bas also been dis content among the orchestra, and menacing letters have been sent to tbe managers and th conductor. lllplalnc tkr Dudley Dlnmoada. I.ovuov. Fpt. 11. Th Prince and Princess ot Wales and the Duke of Clarence promise to be present at tho wedding of th harl of Dud ley to Miss Gurnay. which will be a most not abln event, attracting the entire attention of sooiety. The famous Dudley diamonds, reset, consisting of six tiaras and parures, will be displayed. The bride will bate eight brides maids, and a number of paues dressed In white and pale bin satin, with hats trimmed with feathers, and tiny swords at thlr sides. The Duk of Bedford has presented a diamond necklace nnddlamond bracelet, and other got geous gifts hare been showered upon the bride. The marriage of Mr. Tennant. brother ot Mrs. Henry M. Stanley, to Mis. Lizzie Tiltoo. a Washington belle, is Hied for December, Wale eind III day Friends. Los-don, Bent. 11.-The Prince of Wales la about to visit Sir Frsderlok Johnstone at Dumfries and Lord Lonsdale at Lowther Cas tle. Bothottbem ar noted sportsmen, fond of high piny, shooting by day and playing bac carat by nleht. In tlewot this fact th watch ful s'lspicinns ot the religious classes are keenly fixed on the Prince, who seems to dis regard evil rport ami to take his own course in associating with pleasant comiany at thu risk ot a further weakening ot devotion to th throne. The Government bas obtained the Princes consent to go to Ireland. He will piobildy join the lmk ot Clarinet ut Cttrrach in Octobei. nud will bold receptions in Dublin. Forty C'alila Pusiensers Drasvnad. ATUfi:;s. Sept. 11. -A collision has taken plac off C.ipe Colnuua, the most southern 1 olnt of Atllcn, between an Italian steamship, tbe Taormina ot the Itallnn Moxsagerles Compunv, and a Gioek steamship, the 'J'hes salla. Thn Taormlnu sank soon after the acci dent, drowning her Cuptain. setnral of her crew, and forty ol her cabin passengers. The second olllcer of the 'laormlun and a number of passengers, who wain standing on thn bridge at the tlm tho collision occuried, were sated by th boats of the The-salia. Another Il-enkriipt I.nnl. London, SDl. 11. Lord KsuiioStewait Gor don, brother ot the Murtiuls of Huntley and heir to tbe maraulsate, was to-day declared a bankrupt. Ho has unseoured debts to tbe amount of S,000, and his assets ar plaoed at S7,li.li). Loid Csmni Stewart Gordon was born in 185,1 and married In 187-1 f-llabsth, only daughter of William Byre of Glastonbury, Seinerset. Charles Goidon. his elder brother, Is th eleventh Marquis of Huntley at.d lb premlor Manjuls oi Scotlnud. The C'snr Honors Pi Ince Ceorce of Clrerce, CopyNiiaORS. HepL 11, The Czar, who Is now the guost ot King Christian at Schloss Fred ensboig, has presented Prince George of Oreoee with a gold medal, In recognition of the Prince's bratery In protecting the (V.uo. witch when murderously attacked lu Japan. Ksoperor William In Itavarln, Mnxicw, Sept. 11. Tli Emperor ol Ger many and the Itegent of Bavaria. Prince Lult pold. started this morning (or tb scene of tb Bavarian army manojutree. WHY DON'T YOU TRY MANITOU ABsoLfitLV Natural watth. For Dyspepsia and Kidney l'oiuilaint ? THE Ki:hVI.T Wild, Ml' It PR lb re -yoi.. K voir Oealer doesn't here H apply lo the af ante. TUBLE a BKIDHOBE, 18t rrn.i.ln H, Jew Ttrt. ACTOR CURTIS IN TROUBLE. nn kills a toliceMax mio An- SBSTEtt HIM IX SAX VRAXCISCO. Then lie Htnrte to Run With ITandenirs an alls Wrists, Hut In Cnnght-lle Denies Thnt He Tired the Sliot-lntnalenteU at the Time-Ills forcer tin the Htnae. 8as rsixctsco. Sept. 11. Late Inst nlgbt the police at tha Soulh-rn police stnilon tvera startled by a pistol shot just outside of tha door, ltupulngoul.thoy found Policeman Qrant dead on tho pavement with a bullet hole In bis head. A man wns seen running away, and, on being stoppod, Grant's handcuffs woie found ou his wrists. A discharged pistol was found on th pnvomeut near the body. Tha man cave his name as Maui Ice Curtis. He denied shooting Grant. He is In fact, M. B, Curtis, well known In thestilcn! circles ns " Samuel of Fo en." Curtis hr.d com over to this city Irom his homo In Berkeley and hai been drinking with theatrical friends. Curtis tells the follott Ing story of tha affair: "I was at tho Grand Opera House last night with my wife to see Bernhardt In 'Camilla.' I lefttho-thoatre about 10 o'clock to go to the Tlvoll Theatr with m llllam Krellng. ono of the proprletois. We had a drink together, and I loft him to return to tho Ooora House for my wife. Wheu 1 rcachol tho corner cf Third and Ml't-Iou stiootol wns suddonly tumbled Into the ciittor, nud after that I romember nothing only snmelody pulling nnd jerking nie about until I found myself in a wagon with handcutls on my wilsts." When Curtis tvns taken to jail lost night h aopoured to be under tho inlluenceot liquor, nnd incoherently told ot his doings during th; night, protesting that he had no weapon and that ho was Innocent of murder. Tho placa Wlietnthe policeman arrested Curtis Is soma blocks iritu the station, but the shooting oc i uriod within half a block of the station and within hearing of a number if policemen, (limit w.is klilt'd Immediately, th bullet en tering th mhidle of the forehead near the hair and penetiatmg tbe brain. He was 38 year of age and had been on th nolle fore about lite veiirs. He was. nuu-h liked by bis brotLer officers, many of whom wer un able to control their , grif When he was brought lo tbe station dead. Curtis has rIded ror the past tno or three years, at Berkeley. Col. He had acquired considerable property through profits accruing from hla success as an actor, nnd he erected a larg hutel at Berkeley, which has Blnce been con verted into a eemlnsrv. H began III as a call boy nt Hi Old California Theatre In this city, gradually working bis way up through minor r.de to th position or a rcognizd actor In eomody parts. The pistol with which Curtl' shot the policeman was found In the street a -.bolt distance liotn whero the tragedy occutred. , Curtm was n Detroit boy. His nam Is Mnurico Bortrand Strelllnger, and he was burn In Detroit about forty years ago. After leaving school ho worked in UannaA Co.'s to bacco store thre or four years as shipping cleik. He went to Chicago afterward and worked In the Brlggs House a yoat as a bell boy. Than he took to th stag. At first he was employed In tb stock com pany nt McVIokar's Theatre. Subsequently ba spent a season In Toronto and another In Co lumbus, Ohio, at the same work. Than be gradual! fiom tho stock companies and played three seasons with Maggie Mltohell and three with Law rsne Barrett, always In comedy roles. With this experience and the lecullariy funny play. "Samuel of Posan," which bad been constructed by himself and George H. Jessup, he felt justified in embark ing upon tbe stage on hia own account. His ex pectations, great though they may have t een. were more than realized. Th clay was a gold mine, and h coined money so rapidly that he was enabled to retire rich four years ago. Tbe arrested comedian, booked Pr murder, was a pitiable object In the southern pollr stadon. ns he tteut from ono policeman to another to pro est his innocence, and told in an Incoherent way his doings of tbe night. He was Intoxicated, and as he staggered up from his seat some one would push blm back. Again and again be suited to his feat. "My God" he cried, '"if I could only recall th past tew hours ot my lifel I'm no mur derer. I had no pistol. I shot nobody. I haven't an enemy In the world." Vuinly be protested his Innocence of any offenco. and wanted to go horn to his wife. In a rambling way he told tbe-story of his busi ness and his ailairs. He came to the olty from hla home lu Berkeley, across tbe bay. on the 7:110 o'clock boat with his wife aud friend from BerLsIey. II had purchased a box for the Bernhardt performance, and left bis wire and those with her at the Granu Opera House. 1 hen ha went to the Tlvoll. where he met William Krellng and a person wbos name he could not lecollect. but who spoke French and represented himself to be a drummer for a liquor house. Tho tlio remained In tbe Tlvoll until theend ot tbe performance. After leaving th Tlvoll he went to the Grand Opera Hous to meet bis wife. While on Mission street b was caught in a crowd. Some on struck him In th back of the neck and he fought his way out to the street. There he found hlmselt In tbe bands nt Policeman Grant. Why ha was ar rested he dla not know, but he protested that be weut wltn lb policeman without oppo sition. " Why did you draw your pistol on him 1" was asked. "I had no pistol," he exclaimed, "and I did nt shoot any one. 1 am sorry It bappened. I wanted to have n good time and I never harm ed a man In my life. I'm no train robber, gen tlemen." Over and over again he reiterated his Ignor ance of the allalr until he was handcuffed and taken oft to the central station. The only known witnesses of the shooting wero two young men, Thomas Muller and . '1 oomey. who stood directly across tbe street, and heard tbe policeman say, "Come along now." There wus no reply, but almost at tho same Instant tbe young men saw a flash. A pistol shot rang nut In the quint street, fol lowed in quick succession bv two more reports. The policeman fell to tbe sidewalk without a gronn. and Curtis, tvho a moment before had been his prisoner, tinned and tied up Folsom street. The scene of the shooting was not more than I'M feet from the atation doors. Just inside a number of policemen were sit ting. Healing tbe shots Policemen Allen and Bodle ran out. and found a ciowd gathered about tbe prostrate form or tbe dad poTicemun. Curtis had not gained the corner ot Folsom and Filth streets. Tbe police gavo chase, ac companied by n halt dozen mou who had been attracted to th spot. Curtis ran around th corner of Filth street, clo-ely pursued, and ttas not overtaken until he had turned down hulpley street. There two policemen ssl-ed blm and walked blm bav k past the place where tbe shooing had been done. The nippers winch Grant had twl-tod on Curtis's wrist wei still there to show that he was th man who bad been in custody. Tbe weapon with which Grant was killed was not in Curtis's possession, but wns found shoitly afteiward near the corner ot Fifth street, where he had thrown It as he ran. William Krellng. proprietor of the Tlvoll Theatre, says that Curtis visited the Tlvoll shortly nfter 10 o'clock last night. Curtis had had sovei al glasses of liquor in Krellng's com pauy and when no left the theatre about 11 -at) was showing excitement lu bis speech. The Pllte. say that Grunt had iiuouestioniiluv pi.iced Cutis tindei arrest, owing to a dls. tiirbancohe was creating on the street, and thnt Curtis shot him whi.e Grant wns quietly tnklngbim lo the station. Tho dead police man whs u native of INovus'i otluand had lived in t'a Ifornia for seteinl tears. The case of Curtis was called before Police Judge oi ley this atternopn. ( urtis looked pale and trembled, and etidently had not slept much since the time of the shotlng. By con sent the case was postponed until Monday next, to awa.t tho jctiou of the Coroner's jury. In theatrical circles In this city tbe shooting of Hie Sen rroncisco policeman wase.plnlne3 upon thp theory that Curtis was not m-ntally lespouslble for his acts. It has been known hoie'oi n tear past that hewas drlnklngto evce-s, and that ho had acted erratically on muiir ov.-uioii. Before lie went to California a leport got Into clrcu atlon that his mind was atleoted. This ttas just prevlou! to his disastrous venture with "Th. Hchat" cbeu." He disappear. on night just before) the performanc in vVilllamsburgh. He went to California altera disastrous road xperl enc. It was said ast n ght that he was a customed to carry a revolv.r. but that h tt m not quarrelsome. und would not have been likely to draw the revo ver If in his sound senses even t he bad beon drinking. tjilrrii Vlf lorln hi Iiior H-ntt-i, LoNiioN. be nt. Ii. -TheDuihess of Fife and Prince George ol Wales joined the Queen at Balmoial to-day. The Queen's health is woak and hei phr-sl bins regulate her diet more strictly than ever lofnie. Her far Is limited to meats ctiopied lino, carelully "elected and Piei;aid. Ilsli and game, hh has a little wiS; n dinner, anil at luncheon n single gln?s f Jiltternlc, Msltorsl ud u notable increase In the Queen's aspect of ig,. '"" " m Fifteen Pet-aons Ilrotrrcd Drjuu-.', Sept, ll.-A steam launch carrying non-union laborers from Dublin lo London derry sank lu Lough Toyle to-day after collld Ing with the steamer Albatross, Fifteen per. eons wero drowned, among them a child of Ornenit Hunter, ageru ot Hie London Grain 1 odHrntlnn, who wus abo.ti-d the launch tvllh bis raiully. Molee iT Forelsu llispiienlncs, r?".1,,J!T '? V''PlTn !n ,,"r,ln I" i(-Mrrt t.i the rprri that Piiiire Ili3mar-.'k nas suffered u siroko ot apopejl. ,,.b?;JTl!0 i! Pow.!n Chrlulanla. will pass i.h,TwJB.'V ,D. 1,ft ' ," !"! that his pro CMUI! P Auj"lc u "'' " un- SHOW, Cnrrinjiw,, ar. fLandrau & col ata. ota, a?e bkooxe ut., AND HOA1WAT, CIST ST.. AN! VTU AT. Spring and Summer Carriage or TOI atr.fsT CI.A-n-9. Tlelsrtn. WaaranMUs, CnbrlolM-s. lletest Wa-csns, gsrn-wheelerat. Curtain nturkawa-ra. nil Phnetnns, Ks. Ton CakrUleta, tndnnletlis. nos-n-tlas, Omnibuses. Hosl Wsiess, f-raii, Reekaws-re, '!' Phaeitnns, I'eoae Jtoeknwnys. I.ndles Phnstn rider Phnetsnn. Hiickksnrds, Vls.fa.Yls, Vlllnce Cart. jf.nndnns, ICunnk-aists, aary Traas, Ierky rknslsas, Itaetors Watens, Htarrsys, noctnrs' Brnnaknms, Cklldrsn' Trssl I'nncy Ilnekkanrds. Maies PhnetntaT SECOND-HAND Waxene, rseetene. Suekbearda Iteekawara, nrrtrn FuirTiaH Vletenaa. l.andaulettee, Warssetssa. yarta, Doea-Dea, VII late Carta. Slanses. airs, 8taakee rkaatena Peaot Wareas. Potters fhaeteaa Ex, Tin Haariolata. Knaakeata. Caeenr Helena raaetsaa. R. to Milk Wagons, 30 Oroeers, IS Brr Ooods, SO I.nunilry Waieae, B Hlsals Trucks, X Furniture Trucks, S heavy and Ilcht Uipreae tTacoas, loo Ilcht Pellvery Vfacons for country usei best coods, lew. est prices. Cnll and see us. Rnclne Wncon and Carrlnc Cotnpnny 1A1-1A8 South Ath av. Ness 1 ork. BRADLEY WAGONS. Handr Wartone In paint and natural weed: Banner Butilei, witU tour styles of bodies and the aelesl rlUloff eprinr everinveaiert, flarreya, Eataaalon Tnpa. and Jlunlee, Two-wheelers that are absolutely tret from horse motion itoai carta that are made lo carry people. BHAPITT A CO.. 1-1 WA KKKN BT. A" BOUT 175 IIP.AI) OK UORRES conetantly on has, eenalatlncof heavy draocht. business, famllr. asl drlrlss horses: also Tennessee eaddle horses iraltedi and Weiali ponies for children. Addresa Maher'a Islaai "arm, fisher's lalaad. Sugolk county. N. . UNEXCELLED. Oar line of rhaetona. Bnckboarda. Pnrreyrc oxtenrrl-tn and canopy top rhaetona. Wigonettes liepot War-one. Road Carle, and Pleasure Trapa or all kinds KaciltR tVAUOs ANU t'aKIHAtiB Co. 7K and sl tt ooater at, between Broome and Spring ate., New Tork. e Suits Principally School Boys. In all styles to catch the boys' taste at prices to catch the parent's; ranging from $6. to $12. for ages 13 to 18 years. Short pants suits for younger boys, with doub le and single breasted jackets, of fancy Cheviot and Cassimeres at $4. 5. &$6. STRONG, DURABLE, WBIL MADE the test of wear is proved by thousands of Boys. HACKETTV CARHART&CO. B'way & Canal SL Open late this evening. ' HEXVRX OE XUE WHITE SHWO. At Anehnr la the North Xlwar Awalttnc the Secretary's Orders. The white squadron returned to this harbor from Its eastward cruise yesterday afternoon, passing under the bride in this order: Chi cago (flaeshio). Newark, Concord, Bostou, Atlanta, Yorktown. and Vesuvius. Tbey dropped anchor in th North Itlver abova Twenty-third street, and a host ot blue jackets entitled to liberty, of which they had not had alta&te for ten days, swarmed ashore. Admlrul Walker said that tbe cruise was full of pleasant memories, and that tbe ships had beau received everywhere with enthusiasm. 'J hey left ilrideeport at U A. M. testorday ana stemmed slowly down, nrrlviue at their nn choraue about 3 o'clock. The squadron will remain in the North Hirer ttuill ordered ls. whereby tba Sect etary ol tho Navy. Sl'AKKS FEO.V THE XELEQRAPU. Samuet UeVer. a wealthy farmer, ahot himself dead at the home or tils brother, near vtaahln-rton t-a.ien-terilay mornlna. An Illness or several weeka la tliouf hi to u-tte attecled hla nuuU. I.eraietteloll2e opened nn Tliuraday with nlnatr rreehmen. teaterday eleven e.,.Iiumua were .e ponded lur liaiinr. If hatoi: he comluued It.. -u.-ponded men will be eipclied. i?iffc.,,5'"l,.,",Jl,rrlek' " '-''yara. the wife nf a '' ' ''"""'Iterdaiu. , t tvriner, loniiaiiied eincid. un Tniirsdar nij-iit by nanifiiix. she ia the aula., ? sais " " " '" "" QW" '"' ""Ulu "w . -,- , I" '"". Prepared at the Pension Office ahone that durlnr the month ut Atiiruat u,t ja ,-. penriou f !,r l?rf '," " " cl '"" ' insiisd. the nr.t i .1 mriiis i nn-'f5 I "K" t-!.7M.-it.3, or au arerase ot S110.su for each peusioner. "u?.1 '.' .I'-'Va '"ed the name of his employers K izHX? .,-Mv "S"" mauulacturere or Aibiuy lua f','1-:-f"f ,. --..aa atian.lnra eras money at the bank ereil last nllit- Lyon Is note a lurltiia rroin in.ni-. -Ii'! ..'. barn of, 1.0,m -"ancrsft. In Worcester. Jli!.' &!. ,V'.r"-"11 l,. nr" ylera inornlni! roul-.fi-U ".''"','? ",en ' tl tli latter a nail ?ii.ri',1,.,"Jf?"-''c,"",r'!1.'"1 ,,m"1 "' Pnrobr.i swi.. perished lu the rames. Ihe suae or tl.e tire l thon-llil l.Sl vlnc'-"l"'-'' '""1 " smploveo ut Mr Hiilicroft I rank tt ood la under arrest The loaa ia aiout tt "i. l,.T-,,,.Ii'" of ,11,",rl'y Knbber Co-opany. In Kirlnlnf -.? i.tL- .' .,,.",,H'irn,i'''k?Mt-L''-' ""' rn. nil I ?...!. V1 ,'r '"s ."uhber KeilalmuiK 1 ompaur ot hlr.LnJ;:J uU,'ad been idle nlii., inontha whil. beiuir repaired, ren thou, und dollar.- nor.h of new Its run capacity on Monday, line hundred tons of stock were destroyed, rotal loss, S h-.oui. Judie Morion In the Maeeachusstts Hupreme rourt tVi;r.iD,IhM"",,0P0'! " """"' Irnit "nipan. ZULUS? h",?'1?1 ":om 4oio tulnes. mil ihe oompany bo allow ed until Oct. I tu continue to act e -It&'tL ?...ni ?. "''"M " ertaiu corporations tor which It has baeu acting aa truateo leave waa a in SlS?fii,.C,"VJ?"r' "'"' " "", of " "celver, 10 tranerer to the oompamea or Individual, eiitil Ul thereto any property hold by tli. tru.i conn s ly SEE MY SPONGE? ACMIE i BLACKING N n?PJLC A MONTH; I OTHER DAY5.WMH THEM CIAn V WITH WET SPONGE rX 1 LADIES, IT COSTS cent a foot f?.r,'?nn ,ho -PPearanee c-fold WOL1-?0 IT a.ar.nit; 1 .-..woirr jPDU'M,Qdu.,ifojfc - i