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jf K1 . ia BBBAMD TO BB BBXOHnTATBDt Bft ", 'oAXBAJmatOWtlOTB." m- iJ. i Htf . ' tfrtVrH asoU .Bar Tnkew tho mat ft 'L, tt.Ut-lMe lMt Satta-ed Tot-Cot -, , Mtpar4 Owll tin Steeklara eWOO-roet- K ,'limaW - CoU.WotklMt HI- Latter ( ' , Carrlera Ibr tela of Catholic. Cr si Gs 'V Qon.-JameWUpur Hustod'a roll-top desk I at Republican headquarters, la the Fifth & , Avenue HoUl.wos closed tlghtor'n a drum fc l yesterday. Ho had complied implicitly with IKf, the demand of CoL Elliott V. Bhopard thnt Vjfi , Homo show of reverenco ihoutd be paid to the t? iord'odoy. Ho was at Pooksklll and nt church & ' i twioo. 'Bot' John Wesley Dwlght, Beubon P-i Pox. William Brookfleld. and a dozen others - with no fear of the Colonel toforo tholr eyes. " Sf ware on hand roadr to answer nil inquiries of af reasonable nature. Bome of these pooplo do- 3, , murrod at the suggestion of some of their jh brethren that OoL Bhopard should be rcauost- ' & ed to remain nwar from hendquorters until I ' alter election day. If hoislnaporpotualstato J; ; of mind about the Cathollo Church, they say. i ho always ehlps Into Republican campaign & .ii funds. A .r i An outhontlo announcement was mado that fyt -. 'he hod Just sent his check for $500 to the Bteokler Association. Itwasloarncdithatthe fe eheok was sontto tlio Btccklers twonty-four U hours after the Colonel wrote thot editorial ar- &- -.' tlelo announcing. In off oct that If tho8teek- serswouldcomooutforFny-tho-FrolghtJonos, . $ - "Charles 8tocklor would bo a good enough can ' alldoto for the Colonel to support for the Bu- !'' - preme Court Judgoshlp. Mo rellcious oondl- V tlons eo with tho $500 check. ,'.- t- When Oon. Busted 1b away something Intor- ", eating Is occasionally learned. This was novor ;" , i better iltustrotod than yesterday, when it bo .., came positively known that tho General. Mr. '4 -K.vXhriirtit.Mr. Fox. e-Congrossmnn Honry O. ;, "Burleigh, andallthoothorswho know what is y going on had not been frank with tho news- -' vapor men when they gnvo out Warner Miller's i ablogram from Drosdon. Gen. Husted and .ft Mr. Brookfleld on Friday night gave out this as , Sr.MiUor'scablo: if ' Duusir. Oct 1, '81. S r ' ' - A. Caasry, OtvfM KoHonoX Bank: S' , Impossible to reach home beforo tbe SOth. I nope all 'aM Mends will (We a loyal and enerjetlo lupport to t " 'thaUettt. Wiun Uimia. A , Earlier In tho day they telegraphed a copy of !', this to Mr. Fassett and Mr. Vrooman. who y spoko that night at a rooeptlon of the Lyons is? Club of Lyons. Warno county, and tho Assocl- SU ,, ted Fross brought back to tho Now York ii newspapers tho earao words. .... I1 nQW you wouldn't think that any part of the rf- .Berkimer atatosman's despatch liad hoon (fit i auppressod. would you, and tho Itcpublloan -.!;" '' Voters of tho Htnto ketit In. tho dark as to the "s personiJInterostof Mr. Mlllor In tho fato of $ ,, .aertalnof hta frlonds? Titus Bhoant of Hor- (i fclmerlias been the right bowor of Mr. Mlllor fe .tllbany. Ho Is lighting for Ills political life ill ' now In the Bepubllcan Honnte Convontlon for M file Twenty-third District Knowing this Mr. W, Miller cables from Drosdon: iA- DlJD, Oct.1,'91. A.C.autt,0MiK(IIUmaiBmM n"- Tapcutbla to rtacn horn bufof tb 20tb. I hop all ,J-" MrrUn.lmtr a loyal anil tnfrgotlo auppott to fr " .DMtUkrt. JiSbrHobrnoraUutid! S" , WAKsia Vii.ua. y& It Will be obsorred that somobody at head- V? ' quarters thought it unwiso to give out the full ! text of tho cable. - The Bepubllcan Benato Convontlon of tho $ Twenty-third district raocts at llagzs's Hotel . fc Utioa to-day to resume tho ooutost ovor this t x ' Question. On Wodnosday last nttho first moot- M lng U ballots woro taken, and all stood: KusBhcardofHerkTmor.O: David F. Wilbur -B ' ofOUego,tl;JohnF. Bmlth of Madison, a Two lP ' years before tho oonvontlon Tasted throe f v weoka. and thon ex-Bonator Piatt sent a letter M, .. directing Madison county to go to Bheard. and & ft did so. beating tho late Frank Arnold. T f On Friday lact 1!50 more ballots wore, tikon. f and all tho ballots wero llkq tho .flratand an "v adjournment was takon until to-day. Thedis- W ' kTcI Is mado up of llerkimor.Otaogo. and ''? t't ' Badlson counties, and rotation has been tho ti S4, order. Herkimer county hod tho llrst and last 1 h.v candldato slnoo tho formation of tlie district, 5 U; 1 "-una each has had a Bonator twlco. and no man H Wf ' Em hod two oonseoutlyo torms. Otsego and '' 'Madison claim that the rotation buslnoss f'i should go on. whllo Horklmor says thattlio .,. W 'best man should havo tho nomination, and. of 1 i . course, thinks Bhoard tho best man. It was K i Mid last night that Mr. Piatt was for Bmlth. tr'it:, '' TEii was alTtho more interesting because of 'y- SfcVflfler'a line In his coble: "Is Bheard to be k 'ilt xenomlnotedr" K r? ' Another Interesting bit came out and that la '' i that Qen. Uustod la making a show i hi " pf work in this canvass, bouovlng that n ,'s v tsaett cannot win. but that , a ftopub- r ' ff " Wean Legislature is almost assured. Of cuursu. V &s fee wants to bo Bpeakor of the Ansemblr. I kS Should the campaign end ns Oon. Hustpclls $$' Mid to beUqve it trill.. oung Ham Fish of l'ut- C (di nam will give him the raoo of bis life for tho 'A y.1' . BpeakershlPi R fe'r ' But Oen. Husted should take heart. One of 1 tffif tho.personalfrlends ,pf Oliver Bumnor Tcall I ' aold resterday that the General was to recoive 5- & ' ld from on unexpected auarter. "I met ? & Mr. Toallntho frlond, said, "at tho West- r vg; , ffiesfer county fair on Baturdov afternoon. Sir. - Teall was dead tlrod. he said. lie had been busy & for a week. Playing policeman ot the fair, ana U1 lie was gladyhen It was over. Never shall I A ft lorgetwhon.Mr. teall walked up to mo at the i St elohe and said: I thought politics was hard r Wt .work last year, but with this fair on my hands r :A and over. 1 am qulto icndy to go back to noli- ' Wl ' tie. I am going down to Gen. Husted on ( B3 Monday morning, pnd I am ,g)ing to say: H V$ "QeneraJ, put mo whore you please; do what s K. .you please wltli mo; put mo onywhore. in any IS!T holo where I can bo useful und It will be 1 vf restful. ! $& ' JPostmastor Von Cott's contribution to tho ; V ' Bepubllcan campaign In money and through u'iU uie assessment of the Post Offioo rmoplo is yet i B n unknown Quantity. But tho nature and ex- I fcv ' tent ot his services in another direction I HSi wero the subject ot, approving comment p Wa among tho mon of hU jparty yosterday i ( bitwoen church times., Ho, has directed 'i ' -TiIb carriers to furnish him with lists of tho '' w .Catholics on each of tholr router, and thoy ? Vi fore received an Intimation that It take) at i ;av: Jeost fifty names to moko what will bo con- ildored a list. t But. ot oourso,tho more the ' ,4vi Fetter. Tho chlqf purpose of this canvass by aWs Uncle Sam'a officials is tho dissemination of Htl "an attack on 6poaker8heohan. based on tho re- & eoptioiiof tho petition ot tlio Puullet Fathers BK. against tlio Btodlor bill. ,Tho effort will b to aWufi Stow that, as Bpeakor. Mr. Bhoohan insultod BIS.fc hp rovorand gentlemen who forwnrded thot lat , " petition when ho required It to bo Introduced B?' , teoordlng to rule Instead of rooelvlng It out of W m ' erder at Qie hands ot Ham Fish, Jr. To do this It WK K will be neoessary to obsouro tho fact that Mr. Pft Jrtsh'a wliolo ottltudp was that of ,a m W. mlschlot makor. and that he Is notoriously I Ky Illiberal to the point of narrowness. Mr. Bheo K Lv nan's attitude, also, will havo to bnmlsropro- f!Xi ' aented. As tho loador of the minority thuyoar Jeii before he made thti strongest light of tho ses- ISt ilon against nny infrlngomont of tho rulo oon- Wb Mrnipg the recoptlpn ot petitions when tho 1 vM Rfllof roform petition, was bornn into tho Wh homber, out ot oruor. on tho should I fiii en pt t doron stunly trnmpii recruited I ' ' from Uie river IdobvOllfoTcull. Mr.Bhouhan W- stood up against the bvolvo and tho two-ton 'riV' . mass or bound and pasted .paporn that Is now Htel one ot the curiosities oxhlbltod In tho Btato :' ibrary. and protested that tho mlo reiiulrlng v' t to go to the desk attor adjournmont should 1 m observed. But ho was borno down by num KflA ers and weight and almost crushed ugaintt SitT he Speakers desk. Bo. when ho was in the H iDtakors chair tho noxt session ho wan bound HgCr Hand and foot to an enforced regard for that Hlb. ' The Bopnbllcan campaign managersmay Lvo make yet anothoruseof Postmaster, van Cott'a HKf. . lUist They might bo useful in Bonding out an Kv ofrloial disclaimer from tho.commlttoo of Col. K ' JUIIott V, Bhepatd s Uury fulmlnations against St Catholics. KHM) Mitrkmasa a u Alleiced Cure Ibr HraTo- . phobia. HPlf NoamsTOWw, Pa., Oct 3. A case ot cure ot HMu hydrophobia by simply remaining forwooks eK. In a room absolutoly darkonod and never tor a Hlw moment admitting n ray ot light is just ro- HRj' ported from Ferklomenvllle In this county. HKu John Bolton was tho patient Several nights A nCP a mad dog ran through tho neighborhood Ba nud among othor animals, bitten was Mr. Bol- B: ton's house dog.,. While trying, to tlo up his 0 pet In ordor to kill It the dog bit Mr, Bolton's HrA arm. Bolton at onoe secured nttomlanco and ? tho treatment of.keoplng him Inn dark room r , wiih adoptod. , Ho has just emorged from the B3! darkness, being pronounced permanently HKM oured' y ,arnl .lolinaon ma Eana Kuraul Marriea. Hf-. Fxtzimmi. Oct i. Frank Johnson, arrosted B h6ro ytisterday ounchnrgo of stealing 8121 HKif out of the pockotof Francis Bheur, a builder, Hkf was married this ovenlng to his Mvoetlicnrt, 0 Kmtno Karsul. I'rosldcnt Jacob Davis of tho Bx'iA VlrM National Bank, with whoso family tho ttfiL Hirl lived, wont ball in 3500 for Jolmvon'ti up- HBf u iu prlsonor wns consequently released, to bfiyr Ms groat joy, and lie Invited the police ofllclnla i, to attend tho wedding, which wasnerformod WeX i VT h mlnlitor. from Now .York. Tho couplo nfA fikvo rented and neatly furnlehcd room In ftgt Cithertno ttroct, thu city, HK9; Mill I ' I faMFJff:&m . .- a. , .' i-- --- . cucnaJbm ajivvxia Expect la MhI A gala t Thnraday Xrean ta-a rioMrcr HMi Mta H . The non. iioswcll P. Flowor's attendande At Bt Thomas'! Churoh was. his only" pdbtto appcoranao yostorday. The Deradcratlc headquartem at It West Twenty-fourth treot remained closed alt day, no One, not even Clerk Chnrlos B. Be Prbost, apr pcarlng to disturb, tho Sabbath , stillness. At tho nottman1 nonBfl what 'might be. called a political stir was causod by. tho 'hotel pooplo, who moved ' tho accompaniments ot Candidate Flower's occupancy" from room 311 In tho annex to rooms 10, 11, and 12 In the main building. Tho now rooms are only one flight up and oro much mprq.riahdy for vlsi tors. Besidos thot ft groat ileal of wear and toor will bo saved on tlio Twonty-elxth itroot ele vator. ' '' j '' In splto of tho closing of, the hoadauariors nml tho disappearance, ot the men who kpop Uilngs moving and who will know but little rest lor four wcoks to eomo. the hotel corridors wero far from bolng dull. The Interesting topics of talk wero the Dempcratlo .Club's ro ceptlon to-night and Thursday night's ratio ootion mooting under the auspices of the Btato Oommittoo. .; .... . ,. ... .J Tho reception to-night Is.to the candidates nominated at Barotogn, butltlsyetuncortnln how many of them will bo able to be present Mr. Flower wl I certainly bo tl)ero. that bolng ono ot thoprinolpal reasons for delaying his return, to Wntertown. until Tuesday morning. Ho will mako a spoeoh. which will be tho first campaign utterance ho has, mado except tho speoch ho mado to hip neighbors in Water town when Uioy hcqordrd him suoh an enthu siastlo welcome on his return from Saratoga. . Tho Coopor Union demonstration of Thursr day night lstp bo entirely undortho manage- Et of tho Btato .Committee. Grovcr Clqvo is expected to preside, and Got. Dayld B. to bo the orator ottiio-cvenlng. r . . . . There was betting talk about, tho hotel also, but of courso, no betting. That was parhaps not ontlroly dno to tho. font that It was Bunday. Thosomomaybe Mid of most othor days ot tbawoek. There does not eeom to bo any money to back the Fassett ticket. At nny roto. the onnouncement was repented .that John Allen. Edward Kearney, and Edward M. Knox each has $10,000 ready to bet on the Flower ticket Tho Campnlcn Committee ot tho Democratlo Club, 017 Titth avenue, callodon Chairman Griffin of tho-lixeautlvo Committoq-raturday. ovonlug and reported under tlio following re solution adoptod at tho club house: XMrfmt That th Cmrlrn Committee ot the Samo emtio Club rt tho Cllrnt Kerr York borebj ttndtra III pen Icoi to tho Exornllvo Ponimlttee ot tho Domorratlo Btato commltto anil will heartily nSpcrato with tho latter and do everything In ita power to auUtiatbo election of the Oeuocralie SUteticktt. Tho Campaign Conimitteo consists, 'of A. Wnlkor Otis, Chairman; J. lloekwoll Fay, Troosuror: Wllilnm H. , Turroll. SecretAry; gamuel Goldburg. Dr. Arthur M. .Jacobus, Edward F. O'fiwyer, P, T. Wall. W. L. pusen berry. George D. Hastings. Jefferson M. Levy A HL.ICK KTB FOB BB1TBLZ. BarllBgtoa Noaliatei fbr Seantor at Idar of the Opposite Faetloo. TmtaT0. Oct 4. If Gon. William Joyce Bowoll, tho bosom frlond of President Harri son had any; doubt that ho woujd novo to " saw wood" to beat GovT Abbott In the strug glo for tho United Btatoa Senatorshlp It was dlspolled yesterday, whon BobertC. Hutchin son was dofoated in tho Burlington county Be publlcan Convontlon for tho Btato Senate nomination. Burlington has always been a red-hot Bepubllcan county and tlio Be publlcan primaries and . nominations wore always controlled by the Bewcll faction. Hutchinson has not . been identified, with it particularly. butsoblttorhasthoantl-Sewoll feeling grown that ho was approached by con spicuous llopublicons recently and. asked Eolnt blank If. in thaovontot his nomination, o would nlcdgo himself not to support Bowoll for tho United Btotes Bonato. Herepllod that ho would make no plodgo ot ony kind, and that settlodhis candidacy. ., . As soon as tho Convention opened his name was withdrawn, and ex-Sheriff N. W. C Hayos was nominated. Hayes, is tho lcador.of tho Snti-Bewcllltes. and with him In thtf State onato Bowoll would bo as badly off as with a Democrat The election for United States Bonator does not occur until January, lw:i, when the term of Bonator lluftis Blpdgettwlll expire The term of the State Senator is.three years, and those elected next month will havo n vote, ScnatorBlodgcttobtained his seat when HowoU and Abbott locked horns for It In 1887. The small mon in this city aro groatly cha grined over the result of the Burlington Con vention. Hayos. they bolleve. will do every thing in his power to prevent BewoU's success. HVDBOX COVSTT POLITICS. elayeth to Hae Walkoror for Sati Coaveatloa Datca. The primaries tor the oleotion ot delegates to tho Hudson county Demooratlo Convontlon and tho Assembly Convention will bo held to night The county Convontlon will be held on Thursday. The Assembly Conventions will bo held on tho 8th. Oth. and 10th. The county Convention will nominate candidates for State Senator, Burrogato, and Dlrector-at-Large of tho Board of Freeholders. x-Spoakor ltobert Hudspoth will bo nomi nated for Senator without opposition, and will have a walkover, as the Bopublloons havo de cided not to make any nomination. Edward F. McDonald, tho present Congressman, was elected to the Senate In 1880. The Republi cans had a majority In tho Senate and un seated him on account of frauds in the elec tion, although It was olearly shown that not withstanding the frauds jio hod a majority of more than 3,000. Tlio Domocrats. who had a majority the following year, . unseated William fi. btuhr. who had. been put In McDonald a place and seated McDonald. The ltnpubllcan managers say that this action was illegal and that Btuhr Is still Senator. Oonseqnuntly they will not mako any nomina tion. Mr. Hudspeth will bo elected tor ono year to fill tho unexpired term. ,., m James H. O'Notf will havo no opposition for tho nomination for Surrogate. Ho holds the offlcn now and has boon connected with It for nearly twcnty-Qvo years. . August Brugge tnnnn will bo renominated for Dircctor-at-Large. The friends of ox-Mayor Orassmann of Uobokcn havo boen pushing him for tho nomi nation, but tho leaders havo doomed to nomi nate Bruggemann. Mora AntUCleHeal Demoaatratlona. Bomb, Oct 4. Thousands ot citizens morohod in procession to the Pantheon to-day to doposlt 'a wreath on King Victor Emmanuel's tomb, whore, on Friday lost a numbor of French Cathollo pilgrims made an insulting demonstration While the crowd was in tho churoh a number ot radicals mounted some ot tlio altera and mado violent speeches, denouncing the Vatl enn, and shouting "Down .with tho priest!" Modorate nooplo hero are disgusted with the tootles of tho loaders In such demonstrations. TUB NAVAL AQADhlX JIAzLsCI, TUIra Claaa Man Had Mode Admiral Ohe rurdl'a Boa Appear Use TarUo. AKMAPOus.Oot'l.As soon as the third class men naval cadots arrived here on Thursday thoy began preparations to hato the fourth class men. liout. William F. Fullam, tho ofll cor of tho day, walkod Into tliolr room In the midshipmen's o)d quarters and stopped tho fun before it had fairly begun. He said to tho class: "Young gontlemon, you had bettor stop. Thoro are eyes upon you when you ore least thinking of It" On Friday, howover, dlroctly after the first drill of the year, Naval Cadots Claudo Willis Griffith ot Maryland, Arthur Glynn Kavanngh of Nebraska, and Leland Frlcrson Jamrs of South Carolina, proceodod to the quarters of Naval Cadets II. V. Butler, Jr.. and W. It. Ohor ordl. son ot Admiral Ghornrdi, to have a little fun. They mado Cadet Butler He down on a mattress, placed another muttresa on top nf him, nnd lashed tho two mnttrossns togothor, leaving Butlor'H head stlckini: out llku tho head f a turtlo from Its tbell.A shcot was thon thrown over tho head. Cadet Ghcmrdt was about to bo, served tho sumo way whon Lieut. Alexander Sharp. Jr., offlaer of the day, onterod in uniform and with a sword. AHteundod by tho ofnoer's appearance Cadet Grifflth fainted, but was soon restored to consciousness. Later thoro was n prellmlnoiToxamlnatlqn by tho Suporlntondontof the Academy, Copt n. I Pythian ; Commandant of Codete Colby, N, CJioster. and Oftleor qt tho Day Liout Alex. Sharp. Jr. The fourth class men hod to no knowledge that they woro being hared, as the officers hod dropped In upon the perfpTinanco. Tho result wos that Naval Cadet Orillltli was placed undor arrest and conUntxl to quarters, ond Naval Cadots Kavanngh and Jnnius woro placed under arrest hut not confined tp quar ters. A court mortlalltas been ordorod In the rnres of Cadots Griffith und KavAiiagh. Cadot Jntnos gotu off with demerit murks. - NotcH or Foreign IlappeolDga. Emperor Wllilnm has given the Cnplnln of tho idnnmor Julia a gom watch, the, mntn a marlno glass, nml each of tlio crow 100 marks. In token of their bravo roscuu uJ tho crow of u slnklug ship noar Fivnsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Glodstone will pa tlto winter (n Florence. iiowis at" FASSETT 'S' kam IT TUB ASlfVAZ ATTBSFX TO COUfOT ,, t TUB Mi U fi, K,j PZA KTV . , , , Cprear the" Meralt. n4 cWai ef-r.W.ll Money H-Flaelly HeeolTtaa to Bapors Blanket. JlpClenltaat- . - ( . . . Tho onnuaV attempt to -swing -tho Central Labor, Union into. lino tor Flatt mado the Union's meeting lively yesterday, The name ofFassott" Boomed to,,Ur ovorybody up to flghllrig'polnt Tho battle began when a report was made by the eommlltoe' appointed tdcinfor'wlthttlie Fooplo's Municipal League, othorwise known as Last Year's Snow. The report rocommond ed tho endorsement of ftny-oandldatewhoaup-.portedthe,billtorthe"blinkot:ballot" , , Delegate McCabe ot Typographical; Union. No. 0 got up to moko a motion that thoy should endorso any candidate who was, In favor of this system, but was stopped by John J. Doyle, tho Chairman, who told him he was out ot ordor. o i ' ' - ' . "I won't stop," sold tho dolegato. "andT. will mako a motion which 1U surprise you. J movo that wo support J. Bloat Fassett Up Is tho-mon pledged tosuppprt the Autfrallatr-r-" Uooould go no further, tor uproar drowned hlsvolco. Crios of "Municipal League money I" mingled with hlssos. jrells. And a ourso or two. r "I knew that thero was Municipal Lcaguo money In tho room." sold Delegate Lloyd. "Tho man who saya that la ollar.- saidDsle gato Murphy. (Cries ot "Ohl Oh I Order) Chalrl"! , jr " ii .-' , Dolegat Murphy watneallcd-upon forlan apology, and said that he used the objection nblo word in a Plokwioklon sonse. The Chairman ruled Delegate McOobo's motion out of ordor on tho ground that the Central Labor Union, by committing Itself to the candldato ot any party, would violate lte constitution. .McCAbo thon put tho motion in another form, do moved that thoy.ehould endorse the candi date of ony party who would pledgo himself to support UioTjlonket ballot . This was objected to again, and he Anally Bold ho wouldloovo out roferonce to nny party. Dolcgate Lloyd sold tho Control Labor union could not control 100 votes outside ot its mem bership any wny. . ... . ...... Delegato McCabe said hoknowFassottto,bd solid on political rotorm, but tho nam o wna re ceived with Iiowls.agoln. Jle wont on to say thot Tammany Hall had tho control of 45.000 votos, bought 45.000 morp. and liad 25.000 disinterested supporters besldq. Tho lto publlcans, ho told, controlled 35,000 and bought as many more, whllo tho Labor party had 08,000 votes which would be solidly Inde pendent it thoy had the blanket ballot This brought Delegate MoMonus of tho Dor rlokmen's Union to his foot ''I am sorry." ho ' sold. " to have to nnswor Mr. MoOabe, because ho hns slandered, tho Democratic, party. I havo always voted the Democratic tlckot and If nny one says Tammany Hall bnys votos I denounce tlio statement as a base oalumny." Tliisspooch was.rocolvod with fliouts oU do;, rislvo laughter and criosor'BIp van Winkle." The uproar arose'agaln and inarcasod when tho Chairman loft the choir and in a speech said the only roforms.thcy, could j.ct would be through the Boclolistio Labor party. Georgo Warner proposed as an omendmont that further consideration ot the motion should bo left over until after the .election. Ho afterward gavo as a reason for this his belief that if they committed themselves to tho. blan ket ballot now it would go abroad that they wero supporters of Piatt and Fassett which wns tar from bolng the oasc. j Tho omendmont was put and lost and tho original motion, with the roferonce to party loft out as amonded last by McCabe. was put Delegates Lloyd of the Tin nnd Bhqetlron Workors and Sullivan of tho Slate and Metal Boofersthonaeked to . ho jrtit, on. record as against tho-pnssaga of the .motion and against' , going Into politics in nny way. Tho requests were granted. IS TUB MO UAYOIt 3IAIUUEDT An Iateraatlng Story from Beranton About JPtttrtck J. OltaaoB1. ', . F&trlck Jerome Glooson, Long Island City's big Mayor, has furnished his bailiwick with a sonsotion. It is reported ho is married. News oomes from Beranton. Pa., that P. J. Gleason and wlfo ot Long Island City wero guests at the Wyoming Hotel in that city last August On the register of that hotel, under date of Aug. 8, in the square chirogrophy ot Long Isl and City's chief oxeoutlvo Is written: "P. J. Gleason and wife. Long Island CItyJ." The date of the happy event is 'unknown. Tho Mayor's trip to Beranton appears to hava been one ot combined buslnese and pleasure, no Informed tho people ho met in Beranton that his object thero was to Inspect tho electric railway lines In operation In that city. He was putting In an elcotrla plant on his Calvary Cemetery line in Long IbIuiI City at the time. According to tho Scrantom Jlrpubhcan the Mayor and his companion did not enter tho hotel together. The Mayor was tho first to arrive. Later the lady whom lie introduced as his wife, soys the JUtpuMican. put in an op- Soaranoe. It was then lie registered. The ayorspenttwodnysinthoolty. On Sunday ho and his wlfo entertained a tow acuualntancos. Thoy left that night on tho midnight train for .New Vrk. , Tho description of tho Mayors supposed wlfo Is that of a woman about 26" years old. pretty, ot medium holglit and well formod. Her hair Is dark. It is eald Misdescription corresponds with n certain young woman who taught school in Long leland City last term. Considerable surprise was oxpressod whon it was learned sho was not reappointed this fall. Bho was a good teacher ana it was known sho was on friendly terms with the Mayor. Thero aro somo pooplo in Long Island City who believe this school teacher ond the Mayor aro married. From tho story printed in tho Beran ton papora it isovldentthetwodidnotarrivo in that olty togethor. but met according to pro arrangoment They did. however., leavo to gether. Woro thoy slyly married In Beranton ? Long Island City pooplo aro boiling over with curiosity to know the true story. , Last week a local paper In Long Island City printed a personal taken from a Beranton papor, which stated. Mayor Olooson and wife wero stopping at tho Wyoming, HoteL .The pprsonal also gave a briof description ot the About a year ago It was rumored the Mayor was to marry a wealthy widow in Now York city. Following this enme a roport from n lit tle town in tho upper port of tho State thattlio Mayor was engaged to a young woman from that vhico why taught school In Long Island City. Laetsumraorltis said he was devoted to a pretty blonde who stayed ot the samo hotel he stayed otin Far Uockaway. Tho Mayor's first wife diqd during the campaign Of 1B8J, whon ho ran tor Mayor against Petry. VLAXT-CdT , " . A Bon ot Thoatae C, Plntt Has a quiet Weddlnc lu Norwood, S. a, WasbinotoW. Oot. 4. Information was re ceived In Washington toAUy that ,Edward Truax Piatt son ot Thoma C. Piatt and Southern manager of tho Unltwl States Express Company, with headquarters ,ih' Washington.' was niarrlod In Norwood, N. J., yostorday, to Miss Harrtetto Colt daughter of Samuel Colt of this city, formorly of HorUord. Conn. Tho ceremony was performed, by tho ftcv. Henry M.Ladd at tho roetory The min ister Is a brother-in-law of the bride. The wedding was a private affair, only the mem born of tho Immediate fomlllM being prosont Mr. and Mrs. Watt (oft for n bridal, tour to the North soon after tlio wedding, and will, roturn to Wofchlngton early In November and reside ot tho Bhorohom.Yico.Presldent Morton's tern- !)oranco hotel. Mr. Platts.oftlco Is. In, Warm ngton In tho Treasury Department where he iae iramodlate ohargo of tho transportation of coin undor a contract with the department Chare of Oar Lady or Good Counsel BaaU cated. The now Church of Our Lady of Oood Coun sel. In Putnam avenue, Brooklyn, was dedi cated yesterday. Bishop Loughllr, assisted by forty prleste. blessed the ohurchand do. clorod ltdodleated to tho service -of (lod. A procession of priests lod. by, tho. Bishop marchod around the, walls. Insldo and out and then the pastor, Fatlior E. B. Mahoncy. cele brated mus, Fathpr Carroll, tho, pastor of tho Churchof Bin. Vfnooiit ami Paul, made on address. Father Mitchell of the cathedral de livered a sermon aftor tho evening twrvlces. Killed Herat If la tuerark. ' CincAoo, Oct 4. People strolling through JefTorson Tark about 1 o'clock this afternoon noticed a handsome woman dressed In black hurrying along ono of tho walks. When she renchodlliecuntroof tho park ho drew a ro volvurand shot herself In thu leftbriirtht. caus, Ini; Instant death. She was lilcntlllt'dasMrs, Julia It. Hpnvoy. a rot-pectablvi English widow. At hor houso was fountl u letter to her tin, John Boavoy, who lives In London, Ontario, nnd who Is sold toba n successful business, mn. Mrs. Roaveyjownedproporty valued ot about WO.OOp. Her mind I siipiiiiicd to have bepn utfoctcd by ill beal(li nnd familr trouble, 4 " rirzo uoRsza" xi? juaooKttv." JL Herd' or-eMO OballaaU "Weattra Brotea , , -t ' ' AiiHleae.pra.loetitii iForU paatwoek aicompany ot, '.eVyomlhg : horse rAlSers. ' have, tofeh 'cojidhcWni:' solo of unbroken horses 'In, nV'osn)pt at roplfo. treot add Flotbush avenue, Brooklyn:' The Jot teKeVln. about .twp abrcs,8nd'beforo tie arrival of the horses It was put Mi eondlUon by. a 16t of swarthy young mon. all dressed in cowboy olnthlng, and wearing sombreros and : carrying whips with long loshestWhloh thty, dellghtod to snap nl Inquisitive small 'boys. They fixed it' up so thatlfhowilooks.llko'.o Wostern oottlo ranch. On Sunday nlgtit nTrook ogoOSO ot the horse arrived and were corralled In' tho lot In Wesbarn style. Ther wont across' -tho river In cattle boats, and once on tho othor side woro hustled out'and drivon iqne bupch 2p 'Fulton, Btreot. to 'FJotbush ovottuo1 and, lenoe .to- the ..lot No'no ot 'the anlmalasav'o those ridden by tho drivers had on harness ot any description. Tho swarthy yonng men Vyo haliod" ond "gee bowed" ot tho tops of tholr voices, cracked tholr whips, and shouted. bo that by tlio tlmo tho lot was roaah'cd four or flvp thousand porsons, 'principally boyswero following. On Monday morning tho . sola oponod and waB continued throughout tho Eoolc. tho horsos bolnk'Thitrup oti'auotlpn.. very day duringTtfiSwlc from irnornlmr until night a I largo Srowd lui boon watehlni.' not tho salo, but thi -efforts fit tho purohssoFs to toko their animals away after buying. thorn. , An old roan wos tho.ttrttntirehospr lost Mon day morning. Ho paid 26 lorn vloious-lopk-lng llttlo black liorso. Ho tried to tike tho animal away, but It rofusod to budge. He Shouted.swore, and boot the horso, but the ittlo foUetood eteok stflT. 'The crowd ot; orodsngjroatlnnt:.''-. evT -v-,' "imiaTfinrounoorhlrn.'ta -r-.' . ' "Oh, got behind and push.". . "Why not put a ring in his nose, and -" began n tell thin man, but no was Interrupted bytho purchasor. who yelled:..' Bhut up, tho hull of ye. I'll, mnnago this, follow." He, wont SKayondgoto truck Which hp. backed into 10 lot-- The horso wns attached to tho roar of the vehlole and the two sturdy animals In the front started to pulL All the Are in the eye of the obstinate lltilo beast disappeared then and howalkod along poaocably. . ... This method was adopted by tbroo-quarters, ot tho purchasers. Bomo venturosomo buyers: went so faros to try and mount their pur chases, but thq caso with- which they were thrown astonished thorn. . . . , . Two nogroes bought a horto for ISO, but couldn't got him out of tho lot So thoy tied film to thQ fence, wont away,. And an hour later returned with a dozon other negroes, oil arntod with ropos.-'LqBsoes woror made ond theanl-. mal's fore ond hind legs woro caught Another loop was slipped ovor tho homo's head, and thon all hands pulled at once. The result was that tho animal went rolling over on his back, "Drag um alongl" yelled somobody, "Take tho ropes off his legs." " Yor chokin' the boast" "Carry him homo." "Git tho dead wagon." .. . Thq neproos paid; no attention, and Anally got the horso ouJils foot again. Thoy then petted him. and finally got him out on the street, whero ho balkqd again. Inch bylnoh they got. him .along, but it was.a good two hours befor.0 they, wero out of sight around . 'thocornor. , ; . . T)vo Itelionsgotn' horso ppt-ofth.6 lot ond Srovo down Fociflo street, to tho corner of evlns, whero he stonpod short. "Ho wos petted and fed. but all to no avail. Ho had mado up his mind to stay. A rope was put around hfs.neck and the Italians, both pulled together, but the horso simply jorkod his head backward, and both men woro thrown to the ground. He llnally lav down lnthn middlo ot tho street and stayed thoro until It, was dark. He then got up and wont -along poaeofully. Yesterday thoro wpro only flvO horses left in tlio lot They liad been sold, but tholr owners had found itimposslble to movo them and had left them. Three hundred moro horsos ar rived Inst night. . . AUantlo and Flntbush avenues woro crowded yesterday afternoon with pooplo watching ownors trying to brook their, horsos. .Borne had Jlhora ..pitacnoit tq-huigles; .aomd . rodo. thorn, ftpd Sprnfl wbro,-w$n?Qrittir,,t,Q' tenoh- 'tholrhorBOStoleod. ",;. LUTiikn n. xAnswa zectvur Da Ba-f-e Be ITIll Desoto All Ola Powera to ( tbo Cauee'or rplrltaallaia. . BosroK. Oof. 4." Luthor'B. Marsh, tho Nowl York Iawyor. who announced that ho had given up tho practice ot low and would devote tho remainder of his life to lecturing op spirit ualism, gave his first lecture In this iitf to day in tho old spiritual temple ot Boston. Horticultural Hull. A good-sized audloAoo assembled notwith standing that a prlco was put on ovory admls 'ston. There was tho usual interval of music, vocal as woll as 'instrumental, and thon, after a brief addross ot Welcomo' by President Holmos, Mr. Marsli was Introduced. Ho ad vanced to tbo reading desk at tho front of tho platform, raised his hands andclosed his oyes. whllo ho prayed for " strongth and light." After this prayer, ond when in tho midst of his dlscourso, his mannor was Borious and enrnost but nevor sonsatlonal or unnatural. His onunclntlon was clear and distinct his language perfect, and his reasoning clear nnd ioglcol. Applause greotod his introduction and was frequently repeated' during his dis course. Ho said: ..... , "This subject of spiritualism is so varied, so large, so rich iniUiiHtratloc. snlull Innrgu mortt, so complete! In facta that ono dura not hope to cover it all In ono dlsoourso. It" is bet ter to mark out reasonable limits, and that is what Iawyor-llke. I havo tried to do. Every mortal should. It sooms to mo, at some tlmo in llfo put to himself. questions such us tlioio: Whero tlo I stand in tntsunivorso? Deqply Interested as 1 am in my own dostlny, what Is thnt destiny to bo? Havo 1 any futuro beyond the gravo? Is It wrong to endeavor to obtain light on tneso questions? II not then to-wfmt oouree. shall Mr. Marsh quoted from the Biblo In proof of the materialization of spirits ond of medium istlc manifestation?, as shown both In tho Old ond New Testaments, nnd afterward said: " I have chosen to devote alt my powers to tho faith that is in me. and to distribute, pro I go, what lltt(o estate God has glvon mo, oheor Fully responding to ovory claim., avon .tho sontlmental. The danKoncowjstb.itawlllTnay bo btokeni-eo thatln distributing riiyv rotate I are fully prepared. Anothor danger In doing as I have done Is that wo may hoo tho doors of Bloomlngdalo open unto us. Mon may differ on any other subject in tho world, and tholr disagreement will not bo recorded as ovldenco of aberration, but tin this theme of spiritual ism let him oxpress hlmsolt a convert and ho will bo regnrdod as 'mud as a. March haro' i' mad as n March haro '); tor so thoy call it up my way." AU Qnlet Among the Steam Yaebta. The Ynmooso lay ot her dock In South Brook lyn yesterday, whllo ,tia Norwood went tp Branohport'N. J whoro sho will be repaired. Tho Vamoosq la to bo fitted wjth new steam steorlng apparatus. '' '- 1 ' The run of tho Yainooso of '110 miles In 0 hours 38 minutes and 30 seconds on Saturday did not afTect hor at-all. jtis hoped that, as tho raoe hoA.bnon tof.t poneu until niixtSatrntlay, sevoral other boata will onter tlio rane. Tho following was re eclvod from Mr. Hcarsti "Glvo Munro ovory possible opportunity. Piaoo yourself entirely in tho bands, ati the American YaohtClub. and oxpress williagness to .wait ony length ot tlmo thoy ooualder rea sonable - " Moreover, soy that wo aro willing to make this prupoalllonlt it will lnduno other entries ondjnsuvo a roco, nomoly: Toglvexna Btilot to, Javolin. Now Thon. or ttny'othoryuclit HorroshoA has ever built flvo mllos over the course. Iwantaraoc." Stole tbo Ijimpa and Returned fbr the Poata, The police ot Wllliamsburgh ore looking for tlio thief who stolo the handsome lamps and chandelier from In front of tho Tomplo Beth Jacob In Keap street noar South Fifth street Wllliamsbursfi. .The robbery was mado more noteworthy by the ap'pcarancoofnmRU, wli6 doubtless was thothlef.lastSaturday morning, throe oayH aftor the theft ' Ho presented to tho sexton otthe syna- Sogue, who livos in rooms In tlio basement of je tomplo. a note, ullegod to havo boen written by Abraham Poysor, tbo Vlco-Prc$l-dentot the congregation, giving the bearer permission tq, removo the lamp posts. The iextonholped unsorpw.the noste nom the stoop, and also gavo liim a helping bond In corryinnthe i posts to a wagon. - Wiien Mr. Poysor and tho.rabbl missed tbe lamps ond posts they asked tho sexton what became of thera. Tho sexton oxhlbitod thq 8ote. which Peyser pronounced a forgery, and io polloo were notified ot the robbery. ) . ricked ap Baaoonar Adrirtl Craw Bona. auMJMTOJf, R C.,. Oct 4. A spoololtothe JVhM ond CburJtr from Georgetown soys: "Off the bor, schooner Eleanor MaCoy. from Now York, with sohoonor ThomaH W. Hnvon In tow. Picked hor up forty mllos N. N. E of hero on Oct. I), waterlogged nnd abnndonod, nil fcpni-H standing, di'fk Inail gune. mnli rigging I'U putt eldu .udrllt and main; nmbt ulioky. Docks, ,lut nwaali. Uent coin-. Crew supposed haying gonu In boat (Uidtohove boon rescutd. Tugslmyo Bone to borabsktniiotiaud will nrobohry get tier In to. morrow. Laht rBiKirted.ot Fenwndlna, ya., Bept, a trNew Lvmlvn' e WAS fillS , WILBtJIUS TRAPf ' AprtAHB, frfB".siavaotiBn orciajresK," ti"Am. TfLltii TBB 6B0WST, iBltTICB. At Any Rate Tnera tVaa Ixita or Ah-Bln. "rntdeaa In TaU Oiuae of RtiaaTag Chjaa- -mCOIb, oat, and In, and Cellaring Peee , Thdcapturaon Saturday a Niagara Falls ot James G. Muldoon of Toronto; Abraham Abrama ot 1011 street, this 'city, and the two Chinaman thoy wore about to amugglo 'over the'Co'nadlkn bq'rdor Into tho hands 6f,'tho .United' States Marshals, and the consequent '"exposure" of tho s'ohemo to extract from the Government fees tor tho capture of smuggled Chlnamon, aro proh ably, thououtoomo'ot-A cleverly' loid trap -or-rranTod ny the United States' sfcerot servleo offi cials. Abrams ts an lmpdrtor'bt Chlneso silks ofid 8,rnonnricturor"o clothing for. Chinamen. 'HlBshoplsohbdoortrom'the Bowory.' He Is 28 yoars old, and has boen In the Chinese trodo eight years. Ho spooks -Chlnose -fluently and Is aold to' be in the o'onfldenoe of tho loading tradesmen or Chinatown. , s A reporter tor Tirt Suit wns told yesterday at tho Tell' street store that Abrams was a secret service offloqyond.thot ho hod boon, on tho track of 'Muldoon for1 '"months. Muldoon was lb Now Yotk a tow months ago under the 'noma of Mlllor. Ho snqnt considorabto time with .Abrams. and It is surmised that on en deavoring to, ltiduao Abroms. valuable onaa cotint of his knowlodg of . tho, Chtnesq habits and language, to enter into partnership with him. ho rovCftlqd enough of his buslnoss to warrant a report to tho authorities. ,. Undortho ruung of Judgo-Coxe of tho United ..flttatoaJDIs&jat .Court, that, tie, words In the Otimeio XHlustoQ at "Mtutncitto tho ooun-1 try whonce they onme,' must1 be hold to mean Canada whon a Canadian rosldenco con be proved by tho arrested Chinamen, the sohomo was a prolific, ono. . An enterprising smugglar in lwftuo With .United States JtarMinlB to dl-vldo-tlio foos(paldfortieotT08tof Chinamen ptlaUt-smilgtlff the some- Chinamen over the border nnd deliver them Into thq. bands of ,thoiMarshals twonty tlmos In the oouree of a yoar. . The captured Chinese, undor Judgo Coxe's reading of tlio law, would bo oscorted ovor tbo. Candlan border and lib erated. An hour later thar wonld bo ready foranothortrip. Aclovormnnagerwho knew how to deal with wily Celestials wouldnothove to be on tho Knot oven. lie oould train tho Chinamen, wholo crowds ot thorn, to cross tho bordor and bo enpturod at so much money per capture The Chinamen would, com as much thot, way and With lewtrouplethAn by laundry, work In Now: York, .tjd:-Ute-oniorfr4lnR man ager and his United States Marsholpartner would soon bocome rich. Wltho Chineso Bpeaklng ngont. mooting tho Chinese lniml- Brant ships at tho different Canadian ports, ley would ostabllsh a valuable monopoly. In tho faco ot suoh probabilities It was the hardest, kind ot luck tor Muldoon to be cap tured with tho documents rovoallng tho Inner workings of the schema in his possession. If tho dlsqovorywos the rosultpf Abram?'s work. then Chief Wilbur, who is said to have as signed him to tho job, is entitled to another feather for his cap. Ho could not bo found SDsterday at ills residence, 272 Gates avenue, rooklyn.to affirm or deny tho truth pf the statement- that Abrams is a eoorot servico ofUaon .- -- i TASTOB ISOEItSOLI, RRSIOJfS. A Borprtae to the Puritan Congregational Church In Brooklyn. Tho Bov. Dr. Edward P. Ingorsoll. who for tho pastjitno years has boen pastor of tho Pur itan Congregational Church corner ot Lafay ette nnd Marcy avenuos, Brooklyn, read a let ter of resignation to tho cojigrogatlon'at yos torday morning's BcrvlcoT'The congregation was takon wholly by Burprlso, and for a tow momenta following tho announcement ono might havo hoard a pin drop. The first Intimation any Of .the members pf ,the lip'rch tyad.pt thV" Doctor's resignation was Saturday evening, when Dr. Ingot-soil called tho Church'Committeo togothor and no tified thorn. Thoy woro to kocp It socrct how ever, until tho Doctor oould announce it from tho pulpit .. Dr. Ingersoll has boon considering this step for ft yiar, not UAcnnso of ony unplcaenntnoss. but because hrj thinks tho summit of tils pow ers, so far as tho Puritan Churoh is concerned, has been reached. Ho also thinks that a chongo of scene would do him good physically. The letter of rbsighatlon Waftis follows!" TA,aaArnakMPIffiULrtaitraiaylXDMrmtMn. Mr mtnutrr witli you bu rontlnoeil tor nearly nlae . yean. Orateftil to the trent Head nt the Church xnrtfce privUeae be hue siren roo of belli your leader, coun eeUor, and f rlend. and grateful to jrou tor Tour Drarera, your cooperation, yoor kindly conilueratlon, your, fellowehip and lorei with beet wlibee and earneet prayer tor your proiperlty, 1 hereby enb mlt my reelcnatlon ot the paitorate. to take effect on thenrat day ol horember riext. Thta I do In conflict with jftyoue tnemorlee and In the face of friend nlpa which hare become dearer, with the paesinff eare, but I am actlnir under the oolemn eonvlotlon that Icanheinoretuefnlln another field of labor, and under a like strong aeeurance that there Is a men to whom (tod le Killing to dlreot you, who can aeenme the reannnilbilltloj of the paatorMe end lead you on to hiKner eurceei than yon have attained. Lau eprlne I docflned acalltoitbe lreeldener of a Wotern colleue, and last month an Imitation to the paelnrate of a ConirrrgMlonal church In the city of llenrer. I hare now- no call, but hare orerturcetun aouaht and unexpected) uhlfh may, er may not. erentuate In an acceptable call. With re- fard to the future. It .! my deiire to be free o accept whateer poMUon of truet the Mat ter olln, be it eooner or later. Beyond thlt, aa I hare derided to reUre. I deem It falreat and ben that youahouldat once, tbue early in a year of Cbrlitlan ectlrity. have the opportunity for tormina; your plana tor the ratine. In conclusion. Task tbe church to aeiemble on Friday erenlng- next, at u o'clock (immediately nfter the prayer meettne). to take action upon myreelrnatlon and make prnrlilon for the calling- of a council, to which oor de cision ihall be submitted. Grace, mercy and peace be upon yotr and dwelUo your hearts. . . Krer (althfully and affeotlosataly your friend and pastor, Edward P. Liuiusou. llaooiLrx, Oct. 4, 1881. Tho Western collego wns Yankton College, South Dakota, and tho church the PnrkAvo huoPrcabyte.rlan Church of Denver. Should the Church refuse, to hcoopt the resignation, nnd pavornl ot tho mombcrs havo already threatened this, tho Doctor will continue tho fiastorote. At prosont tho membership roll ot ho churoh has i)0U names, whon Dr. Inger soll first took hold ot tho church thoro wero only 300 membors. BBTITAt, BBHriCES . JT.V COItTLAMi, ' . n---- - , Crowds Attead Indoor and Outdoor SlfeetUw Held by tho Metbodlata. Cobtlind, Oct 4. This" village wns crowdod to-day with people from surrounding towns who come to attend tho gloat revival services of the Methodists of control Now York, Bor vlcos wore hold In tbo morning, afternoon, ond evening, oil of which" wart; 'attended, by. jargo crowds. The'prlneipal eermqh qt tho wt was p'reachod by Bishop Joyco this morning. Tho churoh was packed nn hour boforo tho et-rvicoB began, nnd ft wan found necessary to provide temporary scats in tho churchyard to accom modate oil tho congregation. Tlio windows ot tho church woro oponod. to onublo thoso out-side-to hrarthoBMhop'aYolco.i AtUo'clopk this morning. a' lore f oast was conducted by tha Ilov. Dr. Erwin. In tho aftor noon open-air Borvlooe wero held on, ilain street They worn attended by hundreds. At 2 o'oloqk memorial BurvicoB wero iivldot tlio Mothodlst Ctturoh, and to-night re hoi ser vices wero hold. Many oonvorts woro mado. ltovlval sorvicos woro also hold ot tlio runt Presbyterian. Baptist. Homer Avenue. Congro Ratlonaf, CnlvordulJbt, and'lreo Mothodlst churohosj t . r Daring tho day.tho Clasti of Eldora was or dained, und to-morrow morning tbo appoint ments will probably bo announced and the final adjournment be taken. tub imr, ua. imuaAfrs BBtsoxa. Ho Heelsmed le Vaatorate Beeanao he Coald Not Accept tho atallng of the (synod. Tho Bev, J, a K. Mllllgnn read a letter to his eongrogatlon yostorday in the First Deformed Presbyterian Church, in which ho Bot forth the reason's for bis resignation. Tho letter states: V It is eoluly on account ot the Bynod's unjust expulsion ot ministers who accepted, every prinolplo and prnotloe ot the Church's consti tutional law, but opposed tbo Bynod's terms of communion that wero nqvor overtured nnd adopted by the Church, and its prosecution ot mo for tho eamo reason. It le beoauso the sossion won roQUlrod to enforce the Synod 8 unwnrrontod terms of onmmunlon. It is be cause, os pastor; I. could not bring into the Church crodimo prof essqrB of Christ who oo coptedthoCliurch'B distinctive principles un loes thoy bound tnehiselvos to n position In ro gard to tlio tnltod fitntes Constitution and the exercise of the elective franqhlse, which is not defined nor named in tlio Church's standards, and about which her minlfters and membors are not agreed. As o result exemplary Chris. Flans onplylng for membership havo been re fusod by tho session, nnd scores of persons who come to me. seeking admission, wont away grieved,, or dlsgusteuwhen told tlio re nululto conditions." Actor Cnrtls'a Frellmlnary Hearing. San rnxNCisco, Oct. 4. Tho preliminary ex ainlnotlon of Mnurico B. fiterllngur (Curtis, the actor) for tlio murdurof l'olloomtvn Grant was resttmod yestcrdoy. Testimony, Flmllar to that ut tlio inuuoet was given showing that Btrt'llngerwas accuetomrd to carry a jilhtol and that ho was tho monwhoflod fromtlie spot Immediately. ofter the Bliootlng. The case was oouUnaed till Monday oftecnooib 1?.. ...'.tjmj&fr ' "Mtf1 i At both Stores An Excellent Fall Stock Is being displayed. We have "Hit" the public "taste" and otir trade "Shows it." ;, SuitS, $20 upT Trousers, $5 up: 771 BROADWAY, AND 145 & 147 BOWERY. A TAZJS Or BVSSIAS CRUELTY, The Story mm Emigrant Told on His Arrival la Boston. BosTOH, .Oct 4. A tale ot Russian cruelty was brought on Saturday to this city by Beril 8intikL a Russian Jew. who -would now be in tho Siberian mines were It not for a olever re capture by his Nihilist frlonds. Slnttkl and hiq family wero colobrating tho thirteenth birthday ot his eon. when tho prooeodlngs wore interrupted by a police officer, who de manded $5 as hush money for tho Slntckls wore breaking the low. Blntxki refused to give tho money, and the noxt day was arrested and aentenood to imprison ment in tho mines. Hie family was alsooxilod. A guard ot sixteen soldiors was detailed to take them to Siberia. On the sixth day ot tho march the Captain ot tho guard rcclled tho 10-year-old daughter Into his tent 'and promised to rplcaaotbp family, it she vopld, submit to bio desltos. The girl was willing to sacrifice hereelt for her family, but tho father would not accept liberty at euoh a eost In order to force hor to submission tho Captain hod her tied up by the arms. Bhe died boforo morning. ' Tho inhuman'Captoln would not permit the mother to bury hor daughter, and when sho fainted ordered tho lash applied until sbo.ro- -turned to consciousness. The next day the prisoners wore overtakon by friends, who passed conoealed Inn hay rigging. There wore nineteen Nihllista undor tho hay. A keg of drugged beer was dropped oft aboutamllo ahead of. tho soldiers and thon the Nihilists kept on tholr road until tho guanli'i hnid. hod time to bo oyorcomq by tho 'ila.uoK' Then thoy dusconded upon thorn and relbftSod tho prisoners, bound and gagged the. guard. . with tho exception of the. Captain. Af terTlfesi ins the story ot the father and mother tho. Nihilists held a court martial ond sentenced . the Captain to death. Ho was arousedvfrota tho doep slumber which he had beon thrown Into by tho drug by prioklng him with knives, whon he had recovered suirlciently to.reallzo his fate be was hung up by the heels, plteously begging for meroy. He died in fifteen minutes. The rescued prisoners woro jponooalod In tho hoy and drivon bock over thp post rood, four guard stations being passed beforo reaohlng tho bordor. From there thoy were transferred from ono place to another by Nihilist sympa thizers until thoy reached this city on tbo War ren lino stoomor Kansas. WILL DIE XV TIIB ATOtX No Way ofHeaehlas tho Eatoatbcel afiaer. la Ttaa. to Sav. Thcaa. Mahanot Orrr. Oct 4. Much excitement still prevails at Qlonoorbon ond through tho Heokschorvlllo Valley over the mine disaster which ocourred nt tho Biohardson colliery mtno tost ovenlng. Tho colliery is situated about five mllos north of Mlnersvllle on tho line ot the Beading Railroad. It Is one of the lorgost and best plants ownod by tho company, and gavo em ployment to sovoral hundred workmon. Tho six miners who havo boen reported Im prisoned are still in tho mine and all hopes ot rescuing. them alive have vanished, there being nonlr courso in that Dart of the mine beyond what thp .gangway afforded. This Is entirely blocked for a dlstonoo of fifty yards. Martin Kolloy.rainoXoremanL James liron nnn. Thomas Grant Thomas Convlllo. John MoKasker. and a Polish laborer. Michael Culiok. were standing in tho gangway about to quit work for tho day when the accident hop- PThBoonoupslon threw thoso men In every direction. MoKasker was bo badly injured that ho dlod beforo ho, was removed from the mine, ond Convllle sustained such lniuries as caused his death a fow hours later. Grant was vary badly brutsod. ond it Is feared Is injured internally. .Kelly and Brennan oscoped with but slight lniuries, Tbe rush of cool was occasioned by the giv ing way of a huge pillar containing sevoral hundred tons ot, rock. coal, and dirt John towlor. James Blmens. John I'ttreeJL Ml ehool Welch. Joseph Bhlolds. and Thomas Clancy, all married, woro working beyond ths pljlar, ond when the gangway filled up It cut 58 tlielr oscapq. ,A force of men Is ongogpd in driving a tunnel through this moss of dl brie, and the work is being .pushed forward a Sipldly ns possible, but with no hope of getting 10 mon out olive. The general belief Is that icy hove been suffocated. SHOT TUUQVQlt A BOABD BBNCB. tittle Amelia Mahay Iflt my a, Ballet Aa. cUeatalUr XMechargcd frora a Platol. Otto Gebbs of 442 Grand stroet Brooklyn, was visiting his frlond, Louis tiortho ot 88 Sheriff streot yosterdey, Next to tho Garthae lives Mr. Makay with his wlfo and five-year-old daughter. Amelia. A. thick board fence separates tho two lots in tho rear. tost night little Amelia was playing In, the bock yard nt obout7:30. Qnrtho and his friend QoUhs woro in their yord. In taking hlshond korcief from his hip pocket Gebbs drow put a Hopkins k Allen revolver, which toll to tho ground and was dlaohargeq. " "LuCky It didn't hit oTthor of us." sold aartlie. as bo stooped to piok up thewesnon. As he enoko they heard a cry from tlio oilier " Good Heavens. It has hit some one," cried Gobbs, as he climbed upon the fence. On ifio other side luy Iho Mokay ohlld with a wound In bor faco, Tlio bullet hod gnno through tho heavy fence and struck tho girl on the left sldu of tlio face, between tho eye Dr. li'MllIer of 27'J Knkt Broadway probed for tho bullet but ;ould not find t. The young men woro arreted. Tho girl's lite Is In great danger, Abtl Drew, drew tender at tbe llo.satrmle bridle, while attending to tbe tlfnal lllbls at UlraUord ea Salordey.ulilit stepped 1 out of the war ut the (boss train add vii struclt by amlfbi Usm end instantly Milt J. lie was to hare Usa laatrltl M WtMitda le S5M, tSarrlnfjtj, c I tleMliVsSWyWwwa - a , ! M-ieVa.vvvWy.vvwvsvgvwv mm Jtrt I Tor tall trade we hare new stocx barelet. rotl wr H ens. in eye, pbaetona, cabriolets, road cartii also .101 H warontrordry roods, laondry, hearjp delirer.,liht HI deUrery, fancy dellrery for aU lines ct tradsi eipresi I aroae, open and 1th topi baslnsss tsro-wheelsrs, ele- H tant flnlsbi elngle and double trneksi special line lUbt H dellrery waons for eoantry i. Oar own make. M Bestfoods, lowest prices. Bead tor catalogue. K RACINE 1 Wagon and Carriage Co., I 161 and 15S South Gth Av. K FLANDRAU & CO., I 878, 374, 376 Broomo St, I' eKO M Sroadway, 51st St, and 7th Av. BARGAINS. I SECOXD-IIAXD V-1IICI.CM. V.andana, Ilrnnahama, M' Cabriolets, Vletorlna, i Xe Curia, tni-n-lo, ,! Kateaalon Topa, fhnelona, BU PoaM'ni-ta. lVnyona, Iluekboarda. HntdrrK, poatora' Vehlelca, Wuannettea, (otme i Koekairara. S-Paaa. ocknj arm, Vurlatn Rockawara, InAaleta, ' TllUgo Carta, Murrey., And Other Htjrlea m LOWEST PltlCES FOR CASH. . BRADLEY WA60NS. USndrWerone In paint and natural wood; Banner Bafties, with four styles of bodies and the earlret J ridlnr sprint ever Inreutf J; Stirrers, Extension Tops ' and Barries; Two-wbeelers Ibet are abiolateljr frae " from horse moUon; Boad Carts that are made to carry people. BKAllUiT- CO.. 14 WARREN HT. AN INr-OKTKU KMILIMI l-u.NY, 14 nanus Mgn.jUHi . under saddle In a canter or trot at a verr rspld J rate, drtres moderately slow in harness: be u la 3 perfeot health and strenrth. and a pronounced boauty; A color, btaok: rentle aa a kitten; H years old: -iu ev ehanre for diamonds er will se.l lor rash at t:m). A- i dress for one week lf OKTEH. boa 101'. Hun otllco. ',, TJCMNKM WAQONR 100 hT.W, 10 HRroND HAND Jt DELIVKRY WAOOK8. ALI, HTYI.Kil Fdl.l.T WARRANTKD. BUV Or MAM'KACTUnKKH. Al4 i M0KBV. WAUONH TAKES' IN KX01IAM1K -v nuuaoN wauun ct) . :ai Hudson pt. OniTVAItT. j I Edwin It Livermoro dlod at 8 o'clock last ; evonlng at hla residonco. 30 West Forty-eighth stroet after a llngorlng Illness. IIo was 71 years old. Mr. Llrormoro was ono of tho found- - era of the Froduoo Exchange. Ho had beon oonsplouous in the flour trade for fifty years, ". and at tho tlmo of his death was senior partner ,s ot tho Arm ot Livermoro Endors, 110 Broad ' street Mr. Livermoro started In Ufa as a clerk ' He was a Domocrat. and voted for ovcry Dem ocrotlo candldato for Frosidont from Jaakson's time down to Cleveland, whom ho opposed. Several years ago Mr, Livormoro's bmthor and former partnor was mysteriously killed on ths Now York Control tracks In Eleronth avenue. Copt. Ell Foster, one of tlto Llbby prison tunnallors, dlod In Chicago yesterday, aged (14 years. At tho battlo of GhlckamaugA ho was captured by tho ConfodorAtns ami lolnodthe Sirisonors in Llbby prison when Ma or MocDonald and Col. Koso originated he tunnol scheme. Capt Foster, with twelve others, was let into tlio secret, and ho assisted in all tho arduous work that wan done, bolng ono of the forty-oight who encnpeo. Whenthe 'old prison was removed to Clilcago Copt Fos ter was engaged as lecturer, continuing In that capacity to tho time ot his death. ' ltobert Nowhtnd. ex-Pr?fident of tho.Choa touaua County National Bank dlod in James town on Saturday morning. He was one of the original directors of the Erie and Now York . City ltailroad (now tbo Nqw York. Ponnsylva- A nlaandOhlol. Ho hndbvn Frosidont of the 'vlllagQ.and identlAod with its publlelibrarr. cemetery, and Ire department His liberality toward educational and religious Institutions was pronounced. He was i years old. Presldont John Brooks Welherbeo of the North National Bank ot Boston died at Jamaica Wain yesterday, aged 75 yoor?. His banking caroor began W) years ago with the BuffolkBnnk. Thon he ontorod tho emtiloyot the Merchants' Notional Bonk, nnd In Wal ho .went to, tho old North Bank, becoming Its Frosidont whon it was reorganized os a na tional bonk. The Earl of Portsmouth died suddenly yes terday. The couso of death was the bursting Of.n blood vessel. His oldost son, Msoount Lymlngton. ot present momborof Parliament for tho Houth Biol ton division of Devonshire, succoeds to tho earldom. Tho Hon. Jacob Turner. ex-Congressman from the Twonty-Drat Pennsylvania district died at his homo in Oroonsburg yesterday. He was IHJ years old, ond one of tho most prominent Democrats in Western Pennsyl vania. Sanford Dowd, tho pioneer citizen ot Eldon. Iowa, is doad at tho ago of 87 yoars. He was the fathor of thirty-ono children, flvo by his 8 ret wlfo, ten by his second, and slztoon by his lira. Oen. J. H. Godman. atono time Ohio State Auditor and member of tho Houso and Colonol ot tho Fourth Ohio, died yesterday, aged b3 years. Ho woo wounded at Fredericksburg. Old people dead at Pittsburgh are: , Sirs. Catherine Galvln. egod 75; Mrs. Hanih Hpeer. 82: Mrs. Ann M. Bockwlth. 70; Mrs. Elizabeth floOonegal, 77. Alexander MoDowclI. father of. John Mc Dowell, an old nnd rosnected citizen, died otthe homo of his son In Haratogo on Uunday, aged 82. Aloxandor Proudflt Boblnson. a life-Jong resldont Is doad nt his home In Argylo. N. Y In the 80th year of his ego. The Hon. Frederick A. Benjamin died on Saturday night at Btratford. Conn. Ho wob 84. years old. Babbl Israel Ooldvogel dlod at his homo In Trenton on Uaturday. agod 87. BemonneUg Ute Liberal I'ederatloa. Lokdow, Oct 4. At a meeting of working mon in Hyde Fork to-day tho Liberal Federa tion wos denounced for suppressing free speech, netlecllng tlio wnrklngmen. and giv ing procodenco to Irolond. ami resolution wero odopted declaring that tln LI bend party s unworthy of confliU-nce. nnd thnt n labor eague eliould he formod In order to seruro is or representatives in l'arllnnn;nt. Tho inont ng woe attended by Buvcral thousand work ngmen. Bernard Show presided. Mr. Bbsla at rotameter Manley'a Silver Wcddlna;. Auocsta, Me., Oct. -l.-J. " Manley and wife celebrated tho twenty-fifth anniversary of tholr wedding to-day, Secretary of State Blalno and wife'. ex-United States Senator Bradbury, ex (eoT J H Williams. ex-Attorney (leneral 0. 1). ' B-ken Col. W. aChoate! Hon.hoinos Lam bert, nnd othors wero present Where Teaterdov'a Klrea Were, A. M.-12:10. Ill nidee street, no dentate; 8 40, 1 Bldrldae street, Ooldblatt A Wolf, dressmaker, dam ace sllabt; 8 63, 178 Cbrystle street, Kstber Bcrr. dam aelW; 0.80,1,431 beoond avenue, J, Pulton, dam V .liM (118 and 820 West Fifty seeond street. SamaJaVllInti 4 40. truck loadtd tsltli .trr bel i Inito M Kloierson In frmtl of 57 rrnslln sirert, d.lnaVe K H 40, if, llridirs strrrt Prrr hent. lUin aJ?lo slit ViAto bullillng laoo, U 40. tin Ue.t yorty-sUtb slrret. ilsmsiie 810. rtlNTf FINE FVIINITCKB AT LOWEST PRICES YIVT OFFEBIID Ati. NEW E8IONH AND -.ATEHT BTTLI-S, ElersntratlorandUbrary Suits, In Blob Tapestries. fl Bstln llroeadts, Ao . Ac. KIcU and Plain Cbamber and Dmlnr llom Suite Mahofany, Walnut, oak, le. Ac, tbe wry latest jel teros, admlttsd remarkably cbeap. Puraknaeraabouldeaabriwatbc oiiortualty hero praaented to obUiln ell-Ue and lyllah Fnrnlturo at eatreme I) l.v I'rUra, UTOODWOItK AND Ui: OUATION. Interior rblnet Work, Wr-il JiJui". rarjuelU r.oorlog at our lltth st factor) OEO. f, F-INT CO., F-ltNITVIIE MAKEUS. NO, , P0, 108 wesx iU" . !----. - mmtgm