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W - - . THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE, 15, 1892... , 5jM
POAWEGIN TO GATHER
.rniTFS TO CHICAGO STttAaOT.E
Uttl iro J hi: wr cnr-
I - Democrat" m With Clr "
I it !.- !.. v,w r " Au-
I ,, Bearded - 'ne H,ro", M"'
I Lm. .'uno 14. -Many of the correspond
I Z attended the Minneapolis Convon-
""JriwIHiircn tvdny. Alon with thorn
I" i.( and other". The last hours at Jllnno-
1'... but a hiieolon of terrlblo ruin
Mfgiu ''"'", Ann! honW be Mid for Mr.
I '.'rvillc. Mr. I lord. Mid Mr- Cassldy. who
Iff , lc.ni.lile service In Ulnneap.
I "rior tr(,a,l,r (,ro"mscrlb'1 ln
l .Monini'dnllons havlnit only forty
l,Si tlmlr command. Most ol the
EXty rain Morms came on In the even.
I '"'."iioJod i y iWtrlfl storms, whloh reatly
" ?c Iith th Lot Intentions to hurry
I1 ,thsnettpi.'er ,lepntches. tonsldorlnit
d thVlr .lini'nltlt". It must bo said that tholr
Sr.TllcrliiH tnm Minneapolis to-day were
Jdbrtl.- tuwi Hint n storm last nleht
PS(y"Tf'd the "wlewnni" where tho
Stlf' tfntlu ' ,0 b0 l'oU, 0D ".""I!
Too local (ninuiltteo.howoior. (darted out
.k.motnltn: with '" lirmjr ut omployoos. and
ftCnH-d to hate eterytl.lne In shlP
..Lot.l.Ti.' 1 rlilat.whonthondtnuco guard
, .Dcn'o.'rntlo lesions will arrive. Some of
t! Boi'ubM in Miitesucn who attended the
.dII toiiM'iitlim nro looking oiiBorly
"'irtiMrt' n"'l.intlj the wort of tho lem
,"Jiorno'iti u MuniMif theio statesmen
K "ml t it Ha. risen cannot cany
'IrVw" ork or Indium. To ment Ion their
"SiwoiiM I) mntrary tf. political ythiuette.
!, ,?,. root i tlionomlnatloiiollfarrln.
1 leoett.ln III ultninnees. bellote that
,(J" I e healed, and tint In t lino tho
'.lews now lstlnu will lie obliterate..
' Krvor'atlon of tho Itepij .llions with
;',tJ Vn leiiurtur has talked Indicate
IitlrerVtcrs.. Thev attilbutc lr. Uepow's
1.1. n ,leo'"th nob'.tt iinuiilneiicc heoe
., lie tin br.ii.'lnc aut the I'lesldenfi noil).
titii 1'iA' nepill llcatix ar.. now dls
f.ilni tl.o indld.to to be si-lu-tud bvtho
'n.trl.noli ot (.o. lllllna llchtoi for hi j
,.V,',ii...n llwiisoil bi them In all IJh
JiaV.," tli.. l.-oil htat-in.n. Iuh Dainoorati
Si o' ii le.int. r- alo .llcMsliiit tin. bltu
ki II ci- i hut "" -.iiii'lin.1011 wltlithnm.
J. llV,tt I- Hint 1 1 lit ii tl." man the liupub
' t'l "i 1 1"V I' 'l"t out that. K h l Horn
Wnl Ii.. vmIi niiiUotl.eliM-lle-t-iiiiipalBn In
vVt.ikniidlii.lhin.i tlmt thi'M- t,i statos
h'Mer-e-n. '1 l.ey declare Hat Mr. I l.M
ijll.noi ln.ni: In ii.Uian.i.lur.tlioI)emu-
JVs.llii leiiuiiiher the . - Idelit con-
f, I. ' ml '.hi.! noble "Id 1'eim.era . Thomas
. ii n.n k-. tin-) pnirt Mr. I K-M-land
, ,..ikw in .. V .ikh'.ije. .i il'ii-trnted in
inriMi aisnso! ltv-4 iin.l l.vf.
'.,' nt.li .ti,.f 11. indtlis sharp
Un f M-. lleel I In lh In tlio Mate.
' , u i.-ii .! bi ."t in fJiiiiii.enitR
'i.i t- U.olr frue tl.iit lf Mr. ( lnelnnit
..,il . a inlimt-.l II" 'i-on would eortatnh
iin.iKii.ii" i In" uiii-Iiila. th. 1'ioMdcnt
V'ltli Ihli'.iH ili e.H ilidate thoy etiet a
kn.lira. ll-'bliru iiliniiiliiint einunlBii. It In
Sltlllowi'lit a. Hint Hill Itvell llko.'. by tho
ttlcrn itn.l Noiilim-tem Dlmiioi-iuI. i.r n
0 t ui it tin. tiiiin inning Into I hi. iu:o to
d,i ioiilil inihirl.Hi. witli Hill than ttln
tlilfi-if iin.l t"i t ii ivnson that Mi.(-loo-in.,
nln-nliu win. -loMit-.l to the rrrsiilon-y.
I, is tin hi nun l hi- part . rurisut that
it I, J leet. 'iit of lov.ei (or n inmrtor
' a iciiKn. anil It ho should be
r'-.tminHtiil end le-leeted. Ilio lleinoeratl-
Htr. inilir t'- ndici. oi the MucwuniM.
i liLimI i b. !i rr..l. With enatoi Hill In
tlr Wliite ltu tin- old rotten imreaus In
t( iliiiustr.n wiiii ii' I e i le.ineil out : youiiB ami
Koriii ei'M.b - would bo taken in. and
tulrt irtn enti-wliHi am now BUtlerinc from
V'R.elli.I of ii.lltlenl liancers on for thirty
ir, noulit Ii turned imr to men with a
r;lerletrt I eifut iiiinK tho ilutio Uemnndeil
rlli." inieiicnii I'-onl-. Hill i the ideal
IiihiiI, lie elieiof ill IiIh party.
in i nnt .1-1 .lined to i-ay ho With
In lonliuted there U no doubt that the
Iiciuiiu.-.. t.. sit'.lns nil their civil aenleo
it., n-. an I thin nee tu.de- l.leiif. would eur-
Hiil "niktn llarrisnn. Thin woiilil .hi till .
ma la tl c li' -I thehpeutiuli. p'OBontod ut
'inn ip-iif, htre thoiMimlintf Fodoial em
1 1. Mun e.il uteil by the authority of the
l.luiiiil-tiitt!in. wliefcole duty wan to Insist
uiin ih. l"iiilint renomlnatiun. notwitli-
H;ii'i,'in.'.-lJ,ein""l!inn or tho ill publiean nnd
i uliifiW -latei.
?enirnr( In in iaM many friends at tlia
Ciion...('oinenlMn. The e t-ru people ree
Wiftlint ." Will Mntu if. huliind Hill
"by Hie Wiiorn Demoeiat. moreoer.
onryancn nt Ih-tlraci'-' 'leelanl Conven
ts t .".jiiioii.!.. hebl on May :l. They
twlnei eiiiniitei! to umlorutnnil fully tlio
irnt..ft!i ( onention In Albany on reb.
1. flu n ii, ",e nrkera wore Iii'-trueti'd for
1 e, no fully aware." tho Demoeral -on-5o."'.
"tli.it thai e was not the lij.'lit-t bit of
l't;ilirit nl.out that oneiitiun. but that
Add! IiiihI'h fiiendh, in oiilei to adintuo
if-'iliim of the --l'ield-nt. ha xtepped
Dal ii theti .Ma ( oniention attempted
Mik.upt the luirt) in tho 1 mplro
lir iir. ( leielniid'n fil-iiils in the
'"time lonkiel unoii thi I onvoiillon with
nx They thouclit that he should not
biicneii en tut n nil to the eomluet of Mr.
'jifni il lilt Irieml- Initind of that, th-y
tii-l, .irmI th.i' thi .Har f'onientlon was
-l 1 1 e j'i del ai .iflleelioldoih. wbo hopo
irrtirn t.i tholr jui. r-liouhl .Mr. Cl-iel.iud
VI n In tl.i) oeeupant of the iMiito House.'
ilo;itisfi nil fJi-ilNtnIit Hntes nr-bivjin-mct
-ti ntclo in. I ii 'In huir.ih will not net
Urunlei nil) 1 efoni Tlnir-dai oi 1'rldi).
i iki.s'. ismir Ttit: iisaii.i.u.
tWr.r-H llullillnR IMIl lie IZe.nl) fur (be
Brmorr i ll II ts he t Tli' IVimt II.
fJ! ifii. III 1 1. Contrnetor Allon to-day
iimin. ed to build a truss roof over tho
ttfiK-ntie ii;wnin. "Thneani.is ro,f waa
ititvke. ' lie silil. "Had tho Cnnmntlon
l"o a m -.slrm when Iho loof blew in many
f.il Iiim. bun U led '
Twin . ii f will yo-t $J,,"00. Th- Wlawain
flli.T. i,li ' r iho lieino'rutic hosts on next
Iiesln. Willi the ewnptlon of Heerotary S.
)' kii'in i an ' "-erceart-Bt- rms I!, .f. BrlKht
! the N ition.il t iiiimlttae none of the lead
..' m n 'ia arrived. A meeting of the Jfa-
nil Cmnnlttte will ,p held on Saturday
"ert'mar'lialof tnliiuS. lirice. Its Chair-
in
l"t m 1. ( raits b e.il.-r of the Illlnoih
iiii-o nf In iiui-aiii.itli n. una of the t'almer
'.in' i. i .i e.iniliilito fin tin. permanent
l'ilrri.i'..lli. i,i . M,i e t or New Jersey.
I1!' i.nii.ie of iililo. nnd Col. Ilopry
"ii ieiare,i4,ini,Iiriiiils i the position.
I'b I MfUaiiBhei. Col. JlrlBht ..f tho Ar
ni:inini'i.t iiiinittee. InspiUoi l'ltrpatrlek.
M-iiant ( n.. llui.i ird met to-day and
"j-.u'i. mi tin. following I'lilh o .irraiiBouieuts:
i, . i ', '' '"" "ullorinedoniicrs will bo sta-
fJu .'" II". Wi-'wnm I'oliee liendiiuur
V., ' l0.,"tldlhd In the building, and
U .-"' 'i'l"'"''1' will lo In roinmand.
" "'"nr. i... dlihleil Int.. tlireo twuiidK.
m. . ii'i" " (1," h'Hhto Urn Wlcwam. and
in uii'u' " ',''',l""-"1 '" ":l1 "olo of tho
r iil''u'hh,0?'f ltniled thoeonferoncetonr
M" "liM.Vm.l".r ,r," ,r ,le'tiou. An ofllcer of
, ,. ' ,f'y twill I- Matlonedat th Wb
li'lVllri ,',',' ld',,",r,u'i "' 'lr of ado
li'l.'u'n'1"1!' thn nrHt "nutl-annp" dele-
E,' ,',l,'u'' '" 'inarters wlllbn
I r.r?'' I' '"lb-, and Charles U hi reldbl.
tin: omu nr.vncitAvv.
'"Iiilnu (hnt (ICTrliind Will II. U,n
la lit Ninlo fonvriitlat To.dni,
foWMin... Juno 14,-It will bo the field
JB'iiw I'laudand In the Domocrntie Stat,
"H'mtion to-morrow, and tho indications to.
'rtUro that tho Held Is In tho majority. Tho
"Ulidwiner, is not concentrated on any one
13
mtx,f tho dolofiates favor Hill, others ex
jsrttarr ol the .Navy Whllnoy. n fow Gov.
'"r.Liit tho sreat bulk of tho untl.Clevo.
wtldeliB ifii are non-commlttot beyond the
wan that they favor any man. East or
Ti ! Ma'lJ,J ft "10W o' carrylnc New
'. but tint they do not think either Clove
U J w Hill that man.
tho ni.., ungs this aftornoon of Uie dls-
whUH i not hitherto elected their
1, ""fhleaB0 tho dcleeates from the
jj.Tonili, and i:ievonth aro pronouncedly
tii'lli''' " n",r AnillUto. thoso from tho
Wfor'r;Ln "nln,!!l!r. for f''land but In
VItl?. ' ,w"'" l,l", i'"' ,l'roi-8 moat
Wl, i . "'l""'tl"ri. while lhou from the
.riTi.rti'.''."'" " 'im'teil for Hill.
(t,'t.tle,'.,.i,!'' "ii""""'! "Mlireo counties.
': rV V i. Vh'i'i" " '."S-'V"' f.r"m 'i'01' rora
i"' ii L r '," l"""1 MahonlnBanil (.oluin
Lj'JtWl4u!it " ""'" ",eH ttor8 Instructisl
I S$? iV"M.!! ,J f!,.,)v"'lcU. who Is In.
llM '"J,?r. H1U. Iieenuso the latter
lf''tiri!. iiMr' "Warwlek's mwinorable
"i t-oni; v k mnierti iB to champion
hU eatise. and after eToral eerot ballot th
Hill men won by in to 17.
It has been mutually agreed between the
elements that no, attempt ahall bemndo to
morrow to Instruct tho delegates nt largo. Ux
Oov. Campbell nnd.Bonntor llrlco will bo
choaon by acclamation. Tho formor Is for
Cleveland.
1 ho latter told tho TJnlted Trcas roprosonta
tlvo to-nlKht that ho would go to Chicago en
tirely unpledged nnd non-committed. His
friends say that ho Is favorably Incllnod toward
Whitney. On tho selection of the othoi-two
them will be n contest between tho Clooland
Ites nnd tho field.
The platform will mnko no rcferenco to tho
free silver lnue. Mttlo Interest Is manifested
ln tho selection of n 8tnto ticket. a It la con
ceded thnt tho nominees will havo no show
of success In n 1'resldentlnl year.
Congressman Wnrwlck said lalo to-night
that a caucus of thn ilelcaatosto Chicago made
by parties In whom be lind eiorv confidence
showed .1 1 nntl-C'loolund to l lor the cx-l'rosl-dent.
This dons not Include the dulogntoa nt larpo.
Tho platform. ns drafted tiythosuh-commitFco
to-nlglit. Is brief, principally tnrllT nnd ballot
rebirni. nnd rcnnirms tho dollvcrances of the
last Convention on sumptuary legislation nnd
the currency uuostlon.
Tho Convention will ho cnlled to order atf
p clock to-morrow morning In thn Ornnd Opera
House, and tho Hon. James O.Nenlof Hamil
ton will ho both temporary and porinnncnt
Chairman.
ron asy ltr.awctiAT but cr.nrnT.AM).
The Entire Hint, llmocmtlc Assoelalloa
Kxprrtid to Vte for lllulne.
There Is In oxlstencn In thla Rlnto nn organ
isation which Is composed of Democrnts who
havo tho c.iuso of Irolnnd at heart, nnd which
was formed for tho purpose of otlnc for
lllalne. It was organised about ten days be
fore tho Ilepubllcaa Coniontlon. and Is known
ns tho Kmplrn Htnto Democratic Association.
Among Its officers aro some Tnniinnnv Hull
General Commtttoomon, ns well as mombors
of the Kings county Democracy.
" Wo woro greatlydlBappoiutodnt HnrrlBon's
nomination." nld an officer of tho association
yesterday, "and don't know just what to do
with our organisation now. unless wo use it
for tho bonellt of tho Democratic candidate,.
It 1m our proscnt purpose to do that, proildlns
the nominee of the rhtiMgo Contention Is not
GroverClcudnnd. 1 don't eon how Irish Na
tlonallsta can support him under an circum
stances. If we do keep up the organisation to
belli elect the Democratle nominee, wo expect
to bate l'ullee Justlcu Thomas K (Irady lor
our President
"If Blulne lind been nominated ho would
have been faithfully supported by us. It Is nil
bosh to Miy that he had done nntthlnit to
alienate our support. The document which
was eir-ubitoii In Minmnpnlis to proin flint
Mr. lllalne. a Heeretarj of State, had deserted
the eniiBo ot Irish Amntlean prisoners in Hi It
Ish ihImjh nmannted from (leu. .lames It.
O'Hnlriie. Wholsb- He is assistant hupor
intindcnt of Iiumfgriitinn bi the grace of
President Harrison, nnd bis interest was In
the defeat of llliiino nnd tho leunmlnntion of
tile President."
The ortlcers of the "l'liipire State Hemo
otatlc Ahsoelntion of Now Yoik, KlnK. Wueeiis.
nnd Ilichmonil Counties." .iveurdlng ton notice
rceciied nt Tub !-n nflleii loterdm. aro:
Thomas 1'. Gindy. President: Josoph I). Wol
ilrlck. 'I reasurerof Typocrapbleal I'nio i No.
I. and Charles W. Sutherland. lee-Pn sldents,
llnliert T. Hrown, Vice-President of the Print-
rs' Allinneo of Ameilen S-eictnry, .1. Shei
iiinn (iiinnins. I'lnaneial Seeretaij. nnd Wm.
II. dreene. Heoretary of th Ameri-an Hankers'
Association. Treasurer. K rieetlng will bo
held at L ii I on iju.ii'u this molting.
'J UK MAS TO UIKHY -VA.II 1M1K.
Not Ibr Irrrntrd. Rm Hruntar Hill. Siri
-prnUer lltmli.
Ei.Mini..Tune 14. "In mv judgment Clevo
biud -anuot cniry New York Stalo nnd iSonator
Hill eeitainh can." said Spcakei llobert P.
Hush of tho Assembly ton Sun reporter to
day. "As .ot." ho continued. "It lsdifllcult
to prociiostiento there-ult I think tho llcht j
ntClilciiBO will boa lonj; and hard on , but I
bellon- Mr. Hill has many friends who will
stnud fnlthfiillv by l.lm and that hi-, eiusu will
steadily nnd suiely gmw. I think so far
Cleiel.ind may hat i seeured inoro delegate,
than Hill, but I predic that som." ono will
hear something drop before the Contention is
ninny days old. Ithlnk Senutot IliU'a thnnc-s '
nreter) brignt. tliouuli of course bo lm no
wall. ,iai. No uno will bn nominated mi tho
1 rst balloi It eortaluly will not no polio to
nominate Cletoland. With Hill the Demo
-rats will iween ovent'ilng thii fall. 1 bo-lleM-
Hill ei n detrat Hnrrlsi n easili. ard I
don t know of any other man who e m do It mj
leadilr."
Od. Willi mm. Gov. (lowers prltato secre
tary. Raid tii-dnv that tho Governor was not ,i
enndldalef.il Presidential lionors, nnd was
pat lug no nttontion to any talk In that direc
tion. ' How niiieb of a -banes would ho bate If it
heenme nneosary to iioinluato u dark horse'."
was ak..l.
Col. Williams sn-ilod and said'
"I will say tb.itth.it ill; about the Governor's
being n candidate for I'rc-ident is li bosh, as
be will not bn under any -Ircii'iistarcut. "
'the Datid I!. Hilli lub. HXi strong, wllll-nta
here on Mind it-morning foi ( Ineagc. They
will tnl o .i topr" entiitito ciowd, seeiim quar
ter", and wlnmp ir up to tlu best of their
abilitt for Mr. Hill.
Pl.SSfS 71) .VlSKAI'Ol It SCARCE.
Chlirlr V. AiiilerHciu, tlii nlnred Oriktor.
l.Mililns Will II- Dlilit'l IJo.
Charles V. Anderson the enlorod orator of
the I lotenth District, strolled into the l'ifth
Avenue Hotel last night, lontors.ition
laiigiilslied. and soiMr. Anderson told how It
happened that he didn't go to tho Minneapolis
Contention.
"It linn boon my custom for a number of
years." ho said. " to call on Chnnncey when
etoi I wanted to go anywhere and hold up a
llngor. Chauncey Invariably referred mo to
Ills colored man, who makes out the passes,
with tho remark' D.it id. just cite Mr. Ander
son what he wauls I eoncluded to go to Mln
nunpollH. nnd 1 called on Chnnncey. Ho re
ferred me aa usual to Datid. but I said:
' Ah, but. Mr. Depow. I wnuttlcketstoMin
neajiolis''' '" Take n ehnlr.' said Chnuncey.
"1 sat down nnd Chaunioy Bald:
'"Tlio fact Is that I hate onlj glten three
passes to the Contention. Those were giten
to nowspap-r men. and a refusal In their c.ibo
was out ot the nuo-llun. Hut 1 promise ou
that If I give any passes to anybody not con
nected with the press ou shall bo tho llrst.' "
" nd didn't jou get any?"
"No, the only thing I t;ot was tho chulr pre
viously referred to."
tow roie liucago.
Thn Flret oftlie Iew York Democrnls Slurt
tVml rrii-ilni.
Senator Hill returned to Wnshlnglon yostor
day momlnB.
I.lout.-Oov. Khcohnn, Chairman of the Pom-o-rntlo
htato Committee IMwnrd Murphy,
Ilt-haid Croker. nnd Corporation Counsel
Clark leave for Chicago by the Painsylmnla
limited ut 10 o'clock this morning, that they
mnv b oarly on the crouml to do missionary
work among thu iirritlng delegntes from
all scctlonx of the rountry in behalf of Hill,
others who will depart on u similar errand to
day are Mecretiiry of state l'rank llico, Hall
road Commissioner Hanmel Jlenrdsloy, nnd
Charles It. De Fro. Bt. Kecrctun of tho Btalo
Commlttoo. They bate ongnged sections on
the limited train which leaves the Uraml ( en
tral station at 4:110 oMocktlila ufliirnonii.
Tlu.y will pick up ox-Mnor William I!. Kirk
of Syracuse nnd other iiromlnont oontrnl and
Western New York Democrats on their way,
I C. I.ullov, asBlstnnt Secrelary of the Now
York delegation to Chicago, will lento for tho
Contention city on the Ponnsyltanla limited
st in o'elnek this morning.
Mnyor Grant will not start for tho Chicago
Contention until Sunday morning.
MtODSKV OV THE IfAltl'ATIl.
Clu. Schnriniinn Arcnsed of OMIInn Awny
'I wo len'a 1'ullom llounr floli.
John l',tor where BrodsKT camo down from
his home In the Twenty-third district last
night to preside at a mooting of tho John A.
Ii.ig.iu Club In the Ate. Nobody was prosent
but hit own personal friends. It is not likely
that any of the follow era ot Ieadur Gustav A.
Kchflrmann would have boon admitted, for it
i'iMnit 0,i1,i ,0 ,;,,i nl Indignation meeting
S?ini1.,.,,'"i1 ,'li'irgc woro made that
Hchllriiiaiiii hud used his Infloo.enco ns tho
leulor or the district to secure tho discharge
ifiilnJiuf,omJ,0",, "f l'vld Urban and
'Jl'liii'itVi" ,h" 'nlo representation that
illSXi iln.ot.' ) " '." ,"le dlstrl-t. A committee
i0Siil KBJ.','.,1""1"lf "'" ntol. and l'rank
.i...iSi.' s"i'l'l''ted to secure tho rein
statement of Urban and Vlit.
.... ,T'"'Tr I-sialUn rrlnrlplr
St"; '"'",'" "t"i di rhrp l.l.ll,l. n.
i s!u'J, .' ,nr V '"l,"""i null) oW . in. Iicinn
VuiKf '"'"'"" n wIUiifi.ieii.il -u
s.n uf Hi. ir i.. fn i n, iianj:.-.'iiirci by lUo
Liii..nil M;s fu. i c , nJ"- i"' "1 '"
EL XOBTB ZAUXCTIKD.
One ofth Fsnr tTandiema Addtlloaa to the
Amrrlmn Miki-tn Hervlee.
Nkwtobt Nkws. Va.. Juno 14. At Dreclsoly
1 o'clock this" afternoon tho big Iron steam
ship Fl Norto was launched In tho prcsonco of
fully 0,000 poople, attho ynrdsof the Nowport
News (Shipbuilding nnd Dry Dock Company.
Tho hoat of tho sun was Intense, nnd thero
wns no Bhndo whatever ln the neighborhood
of tho docks, yet n largo crowd stood by
patiently until tho dog shores wore sawed
nwny and the black hull slid gracefully Into
the Jnmosltlvcr. Tho tugs nnd small steamers
that had gathorcd In front of tho yard whistled
loudly nnd several prlvato yachts fired salutes
ns tho tcssel struck tho water.
It had beon announced that tho launch would
be made atl2:no o'clock, and long boforo that
time thepeooloot tho place began pouring
Into tho yard. Tho occasion was mode a holi
day, and all thu stores closed at noon. A
Btagtng trimmed with flags lind beon
built around tho bow. nnd bunting and
ltl. NOJVTK.
flags (looked tho vossol Itself. Thero
woro moro than 200 persons on bonrd
HI Norte when she slipped from tho
liny. Miss Mary W. Orcutt, tho 17-year-old
daughter of C. H. Orcutt. the l'rosldent of
tho compnnr which built the vessel, christened
her. Miss Orcutt wns dressed In a light sum
mer costume, nnd stood on nnoletotod plat
form trimmed with flags near the edgo of the
largo stiglng. hen all was ready and tho
esol begun to move Miss Orcutt brokon bot
tle otehampngne over the Iron prow sntlnK.
"I ohrlsten'thee I'.l Norto."
Then the great black hull rushed down the
ways oter the smoking Inllow and plunged
Into the water. The crowd on shoro cheered
and the craft beyond whistled and "aluted
I'.l Norte Is an Iron tessel and Is one of four
steamships, the laigest merchant vessels over
lonstribted In Aineil-nn "-h.py,mls Thoi
inn tut tho Morgan line of steamships. 1.1
Nurtewi'.l be usmI to earn freight between
.New Ym k and New Orleans in connection with
the Southern ste.iiu-hlp oinpani.
The llr-t of tho Meet. I'.l Sol. was launched In
Philadelphia, at Crump's, n oir,ago. and Is
now In seiviee 'I he pocond. tl Slid, was
launched hereon Mnrdi Di list, nnd will put
to i a on hei trial trip in a few Wei ks. I.I
.Norto Is tho the third, and the lourth. HI Wo.
Is on the stocks hero now.
The-e four shl s make a strong addition to
tho American merchant inarlno.and will prove
a va rur.iit: in win icax .
Somrtlilne 'hut I.nnkrd l.lkr Know Noth
lnslm Mprnng upon Them.
The Republican Goneral Committee of Kings
county met last night nt the Criterion Theatre
Inllrookln. It bad beon announced that in
addition to the regular business thero would
be n rntlllcatlon of the nomination of Harrison
and Hold at Minneapolis, but this foiled to
bilng out more than a I nre uiiorum of tho
c immittoe. and this wa only seeured through
the. efforts of a fe'w outhusliistln delegates.
Nor did the big grandfather's hat on tho plat
form aiouso any enthusiasm. I'ven N.it.il
Olll-o. Theodore It. Willis and Hot
ruin Collector 1'rnst Knthan. who bate
been lighting for the contiol of the
urgaiil.ition. but who aio now expected to
work harmoniously for tho ticket, failed to
put In nn appearance. Although resolutions
were adopted endorsing the action of thu Na
tional I ontentlon, tbeie were unuiislnkat lo
otidenees that tlio warring ltepublienn ln.idors
In Klmxs i ounly have not jet come toB' ther in
a spirit liidica'iti. of much oirno-t work for
tbetbket. 'lie meeting opened in the usual
torinnl niiinnm. ttltho it an fnsmltiiig remark
from ('bail man . W. tiooliieb. who was
numboied auioiig Hie pronounce I nnti-Haril-Boti
men before thn t'uiiienti m.
Datid A. llaldvin. niintber antl-IIarrlson
man. declared his ill-nppnintnmntiit the work
of the L intention, but siid that .ilthuugh his
personal fatoiite did not g-t tho noiuinntion,
he was a Kopuhllcan and would abide by the I
kciion of theContontion He then offeicd a I
long sorirsot i evolutions endorsing the nomi
nation of Harrison and Held. luaNiiig the plat
form, and pledging tin. earnest ami iiuitid
supriori or the ltepublienn orB.inlration of
Kings count.
lames llutlerof the Fifteenth ward. In sec
onding tlio rcsolutl in. nsked to hato anotlier
of bis own incorpnr.ittil It sot forth that "II
piililleanism means Americanism" and that
'tlieimrtv Is not in favoi or pioiliiing plates
for foreigners un'll all Anmrli.ina seeking
such pl l-es mid eouiii tent to 111 them bite I
been npjioln'" d.' !
Several delegates seconded the resolutions, I
ineludins I "th those ofTered lit Mi. li.ildwln i
ami those ofTfirod bj Mr. liutlor, In sjilto of tlio
unti-forelBn kick in the latter.
J awrence McAlplh. a delegito from tlie
Ketentli w lid. liownter. protested ng ilnst the
Hutler rnsiiliition. He said that It was unwise
tiienst Mich a slight iiion f uoun-iioru citi
zens, and that the jmrt) should cuitltatr. this
Tory element. Mr. MeAlinn's protiBt seemed
siidili lib to awaken thn liepubltenii Hlntiiii. u
to thn lait Unit tliot were tre idiug o'l danger
ous ground, and aftei some wlilsiiered eonter
Ration betwoeu them. Mr. Hutler withdrew bis
resolution.
One of the delegates subseiiuently explained
to the reporter that the resolution was aimed
nt soiuo lecentlt naturalised -itlena who lind
got places In the Navy aid ahead of native
workers In tlio pnrty. and not at foreigners In
general, t'nlted states District Attouieyjosse
Johnson had a demand fur honest elections in
the South embodied In tho resolutions.
Mr. Michael ). Daily, who went to Minneapo
lis shouting against Harrison, courageously
seconded the resolutions, but In doing so struck
iidiiect blow nt ono of President Harrison's
most triif-ted Cabinet udtlseis. He suld'
"1 Into never said, as Ins been rejiorted.
tint I ilhl not l.elieto that Hiiriison could he
le.'liM'ty.l. While I was out in Minneapolis I
wns Intert lowed, nnd I did rninmk that Harri
son might bu able to carry .ibiska. I now
think that lie will bo ablo to cany New York.
I am not against Harrison, but against the
leiippnlntiueiit of theiuomberiu bis Cubinet
from Kings rouuty."
'Jhls slap nt Seeretary Tracy caused much
etoltoment. and Michael .1. llanley and other
delegated appealed to Mr. D.uly to desist, lie
reiiuiliicd on his fiet, howoter. until he lind
made thU hiiggehtite stntomont:
"1 know what I'm talking about The
bosses are now turned down, and tho business
men nro happy and united for Harrison,"
With this Mi, Daily resumed his seat amid a
storm of applause mid laughter.
Mr. Debitor- 1 Iwell of the Seventh ward, the
rotliiBCommbsloncr ot tho World's J air, ln
sncondlnB the rosnlutlnns, doclnrod. with tho
utmost conlnost, that bo rcprenntod thn Inde
pendent element, and he then wearied the
committee by hurling a torrent of abuse on
Southern Domocrnts. Finally the resolutions
wore adopted In a perfunctory manner, and
tlio eommitteo adjourned oter for tho months
of June, Jul), and August.
3111. MOllTOX l&JOY.H THE JOKE,
Amused hy the Htury of Ilnw It All Map.
prnd nt Mlnnenpolla.
WARiiiNriTON, Juno 14. Many Benntora and
llcprexentathes returned from Minneapolis
to-dny, but the majority of tho absent ones
are still In hiding somewhere. The ltepubli
enn Senators held a lovo feast In the Honato
chnmbor this afternoon afterthnndjournment,
nnd Henatnrs Galllnger. Hlgglns, Wolcotr,
Cameron. HnnsbroiiBli. ntriekbrlilgo, Hattyor,
and Allen wore kept busy relating tlio story of
their trip.
Thn dutalls seomnd to afford much amuse
ment nnd Vice-President Morjnn, who wns ono
of tho group, appeared to enjoy the joko as
much us any of them.
Tho name of William Walter Phelps was
added to-dny by tho gossips to the lint of can
didates for the Secretaryship of btato.
An Vnlnalrurted Oeleimtloa front. Arkunann.
Litti.b Hock. Juno 14. Tho Domocratlo
State Convention contonod hero to-day und
nominated tho following ticket for State
offices; 1'or Govornor. William M. I'lshbock;
for Secretary of State, H. II. Armstoad; Audi
tor, V.. It. Mills: Attortiet.Gouoral. James I'.
Clarke: Treasurer. II. It. Morrow: superinten
dent Public Instruction, .1, II. Slilnn: 1-and
Commissioner. l' Ik .titers: Commissioner of
Agriculture and Mining, John D. Adnm. , The
Contention eleetul .in unlnstructdd delega
tion to the National Contention '1 hero uro
hctcr.il anient Hill men nuioiig I bom,
'i i ir i ' i ' ' . i
of Bood service as cruisers or transports In
case of war. Th Gorernmont Hoard of Eflgl
neors who oxnmlned F.l Norto with regard to
ft tn oss for such service mado a very favorable
report to thn Navy Donartmenr.
Kl Norte is 400 foot long. 4H feot beam. 3.T.0
deep. She has Iron decks, capablo of bearing
cannon, and there are flvo ports on each sldo
of the ship whloh could bo-fitted for six-inch
rifles. KlNcrtorarrlcs 1.000 tons of (oal.ln
hor bunkers, and is lilted out with u powder
mngnslne. It Is estimated thnt In case sho
should bo neoded as a transport she could
easily carry H.OOO men. Hor speed ought to
be about 111 knots nn hour, ns her sister ship.
F.l Hud. ntersgedlU1. knots on a recent trip
from Now Orleans. -.,,. ,.
The cost of I'.l Norto will be $.r)0,()00. Sho
Is finely fitted, and It Is hoped that bv secnr
Ing comfort for tho crew she will attract tho
best olnss of seamen. These vessels were do
signed by Horace See, who Is tho superin
tendent of construction tor the company. Thoy
are the llrst vosscls ever launched at Nowport
News, with the exception of two tugs, the
Dorothy nnd El T010, which worn built last
yoar. Many personscamotqwltnoss thnlaunch
from New York. Philadelphia. Washington,
nnd Richmond. Among the guests from Wash
lncton woro Honator .). H. Mitchell of Oregon,
Itenrosentatltes N. M. Curtis of Now ork. II.
1). Ilcndorson und G. D. Perkins of Iowa, 1). O.
Gates of Alabama. J. II. Hrown and J. J Dal-
ton of Indiana. J. W. Castlo and John I.ind of
Minnesota. 1'. S. Coolldgo of Massachusetts. .1.
J. O'Noill. S. W. Cobb, and 0. G. Heard of Mis
souri: .1, W. Itlfe and I- 1'- Atkinson of Penn
sylianla. F. l. I.oud of California, C K. Ilel
knati of Michigan. A. .1. Cnruth of Keiitueky, P.
S. Poster Illinois. .I.M.Allen of Mississippi.
Ik Hermann of Oregon. II. l.ibbevuf Mr-jlnln.
.1. 11 White, Superintendent of Railroad .Mall
Service; . I'. Clark. President Norfolk and
Washington Steiunslilp Company, nnd the
Hon. HWntklne.
Among the guests from Philadelphia were
J. T. I.ee, SIesis. Hobson and Hrnddon of the
linn .lie,and .lames Swank, Secretary of the
American Iron and Steol Association some of
those who came from New York were W. Is Harr.
G. 1'. Howell of tho .turn-nan shipimitttri. 5Ir.
Mlinn of tho firntitir Atiirrirni), A. It. Smith of
the .srnhnarif. V. p. Watson of the Vuinrn. F.
P. Stritton. O. F. Dlmmock. F. II. Dnvls. 1). .
andorveer, G. I. Norton of the 1ai'nie
Jninnal, J. W. Hawthorne. G. 1 Downs,
1 nnd Horace See The guests were enter
tained nt dinner nftor tho launch In
1 the designing room. AboufJOOcoversneresi.t.
1 The toiist. "May the altitude of Congress
towinl the Amu lean merchant marine bo
wise, liberal, and patriotic." wns responded to
by Senator Mitchell of Oregon. Congressmnn
(lutes of Alabama took for his subnet "I.I
Norto and II Sud. Virginia's twin ships, nn
earnest of thoelToitsof the North and South
to rebuild the Ameri-an mereh mt murine" I
Othei speikeis were Minor ( has strlngfellow.
H-presentatiies J. W. Allon and D I). Hender
son, William I limb of Norfolk, and the Hon. A.
(;. I'aruth. The guosU fioin Now ork and
Washlngt.in left here by boat at O o'clock.
SEW MILT. SAIL IX lltlVMVH.
OnlDK Hark to London tilth a MtTei'Ornnd
rather lint rnr n Ilerorntlon.
John C. New. who loft his post ns Consul-
Genoinl at London to eomo homo und assist In 1
renominating President Hnrri-on. will sail on
tho steamship City of New ork this morning '
to resumo his Interrupted official duties. He
I was nt the GINer House last otenlng proudly
I dlsplniing a sill or ginndfnt!nr'a hut on tho
lapel of his coat, skcd If he proposed to ro-
turn to participate ln tho campaign, ho nn-
1 stvercd rather enigmatically "That depends." I
I "At any rato." sail ho. "if I don't '
. come back to tote I'll bo 1 aired with some
good Denmernt. Fie been iniide too big a
1 fa-tar fiithls thing," continued the General.
I I fh n't want and am not entitled to so much
1 credit, rile faet is that the poopli and not tho
politicians wanted Hen Harri-on, an I that's
whv ton couldn't stop tils nomination. He
has the best elennntof nil the people in tlio
country behind him. and he's going to win."
"hv wns nut Wen-President Morton re
nominated he was nsked
'.' ' 'lt's a b ird uuostlon for me to answer."
sold lie. utter some hesitation. " Ir I'd hud
my war I'd bain named the old ticket, but
New lork sild Iteid. tb-ie was no opposition,
and lieu! was nnmed. He's a good strong man. I
Nohoilr -an sny anithing against him. He's
risen from the imoplu. anil ought to attract
thosn who udmiin a man whoso wortli nnd
merit bring him sueees.."
,,,''""'. -Nf,,v '"'d thnt the men who used
lllalne snauiii in the Contention Wei o Insln--ere:
that their only desire was to defonttho
President or lenotulmtlon. nnd that they had
done a great mana greltous wrong.
1 C4i:i.j:u ton uiu amioad.
Mr. Illnkp or Cnnililli Invited to Fntrr tb
Ilrltlatt l'ttrlliiment.
TorovTn. Juno 14. -Politicians In Canada
are excited otei nn olfer lec-ltrd br Fdward
lllakn of an Irish sp.it in the Hritish Houso of 1
Commons to assist the Inh Parliamentary
pnrtj In Its elToris ia b-h ilfi f Irolnnd. The
offer nus roielted to-dar. It lends.
"Dt'liiiN. June l.'t.
Hos. I.Dwiiii) Hi ike Irish tmitj unani
mously invito jou to accept lush seat tit tlio
general ele. tions
"Ji'sriN M( CtliTHt. John Dii i.o, Miciufi,
JiAun. T. M. ID ti.t. Wn mvo'isniKA."
It will b. leiiienibnreil that III ike till H-S7
was lendvi of the Liberal 1 anaili in House of
( ominous, und onij resigned his si nt In a Lib
eral ew"titiiency .1 ien ago. wlieli he puli
lishe.l his ! uiioiis lettei, substantinllj declar
ing his belief Mint the jiollei o the paitr tend- 1
ed toward annexation, winch, boweter. be
added, ho did not regird us a bitter. I nui lia
ble. 01 Ideal destiut fori anada
He has shown strong stmpaths with the
cause of tho It ish party, and eicuwluio Lib
eral lendor ho was u faionte both with Irish
Nationalists und 1 nglish Liberals, and it Is
said here to-dny the intention may ultl
matly be to hate him take the leadershlpof
tho Roman Catholic Iiish pirt. He w.is Lord
Itosonery nciiest at Dalkeith a few oars ago,
and in Gladstone's uresein e nddrosseil the
Midlothian Liberals In 11 speech that wasu
fair Bniuple of his eloquence.
lllnnrnpo.la Will 1 nkr V All In.
MiNVFiniMs. Juno 14. The following tolo
Braras wore sent from here to-dny:
" Th tttii (iilvtrt . lirict. (hittnnm J tmveratit .Vati mo
flmrwinon, ,tir J'ort
"Sin: Understanding the Wigwam prepared
for the Convention ut Chlciuo has boon com
pletely demolished, we tender you our grcnt
Contention null, Minneapolis, and tlio usual
couitcfllos to the National Committee on such
occasions free of eharse. "ur cltlsons, regard
less of part), will take prhlo and pleasure in
entortnlning your committee and the dele
gates and visitors to tho Contention to tho
boat of their ability. Wo can locate ut once
the delegates of each Slate tho samoas the
Republican delesats occupied, und udtlsu
each State or Its location.
" P. II. Winston. Mnyor. Thomas I.owory,
Goorgo A. Hrackett, C'halrnion."
" Tn lh. IVh'i ' ' .imii.iI"' ., ll 1 UruiufpUlr NiiHttin (Wm
tlm, t hikii
"GBNTiKMrv: Wo have heard with regret of
tho great disaster that has befiillon our Con
vention hall, ,1'u It sympii thirlni, with tho
pUlillt-Bplilted eltlsens of t lilcago. wo tonder
ou, free of cluirce. our Brent ontention hnll
and acconinindatlon for iiK),(KK) people.
"CirtSKSS1 HXK UTItK (SlMMITTKF,
"Reiaibllcan National Contention."
line of Mr. Itlalor'a Maplea Fell Apart.
Auousta. Mo, Juno 14,-Tho superstitious
persons of Augusta nro Blinking their bonds
bocnuBO on Thursday night, Juno 0, tho ovo of
Mr. Illalno'a defeat In tho National Conven
tion, ono of thu gnat maples on the grounds
about Ids homo split asunder and foil across
thohfghwny. Thoritwasiiouiiusual wind.nnd
the cause of the big treo s collapse Is some
thing ol a raetery.
Henator Aldrlcli llr-elrctrd,
PnoviriEnCK. Juno 14. Nolson W. Aldrlch
was rePlectod United States Senntor to-dny.
The voto was: Aldrlch, 04; Datid S. linker,
Jr.. M.
End of the Toaatrandav rllrlke.
Ton'awanda, June 14. Tho strike of the
lumber handlers Is practically bottled. The
men have ugreed to go to work In the morn
ing. They will form themseltns into gangs,
nnd will work at 2,1 and ".' cents a thousand,
the money to be equally divided among the
men. The nrrantfement was brought about
to-night by Arbitration Commisbloner F. F,
Donovan.
1
PRUWUSjlTfEARS
Unrter Doctor's Treatment lfour Differ
ent Times. No Holler Whatever.
Cured by (,'utlmim.
I hnvo used tlio CUTICURA TlKMEniF.1?, nnd
found them to bo just as you represented.
Thoy havo given mo a perfoct euro. I
havo boon troubled with pruritus for over fif
teen sears, and have been under thu doctor's
treatment four different times, with no lellet
wbntoter, until I tried tho CI 1 IGUHA, 11KMH
D1I.S, Alter using thont Justono tveok, I found
tliat life was not such a burden nftor nil, nnd
am sntlsllod that I shall neter be troutded
again. Such faith I hate In your remedies, lou
run semlnny ono,thut Is troubled with pruritus,
nnd I will satisfy thorn what It hnndnno for inn.
1 will not restilet you from publishing this
communication, but would rather not. Thn
reme lies aro bo Rood that It would bo rather
selllsh In mo not to speak of their good iiunl.
ties O. 8. Wll.lilA.MH.
With st. nnd 1st nv New )ork.
Face Full of Sores
My fneo was nil full of sores, and Itched so
thalleould scratch mt fneo to pieces, and 11
kind of watery fluid ran out. I had tried all
blood medicines except C'llTICIIRA RJ.MH.
DIKH, which were tho only onos thnt did inn
ntiygood. Mv fneo Is now all clotr. and I feel
llko n now-born child. F. KHI1.TT.,
1511 Powort st., Hrookltu, N. Y.
Cuticura Resolvent
The newIUoodPitrlller. Intornnlli (tocloanso
tho blood of nil Impurities and poisonous el
mentsl. and CUTICCRA. the great Skin Cure,
nnd CITTICCHA SOAP, nn exquisite Skin
Hcaiitirier. externnlly (to clear tl-n skin mid
scalp and rostore the hair), hnte cured thou
sands of cases tihoro tho shoddlng of scnles
nionsurfd 11 nuirt dully, tho sl.lu cracked,
bleeding, burning, nnd itching almost bmond
endurance, lirilr lifeless or nil gone, suffering
terrible. What other remedies hntomndo such
cures 1
Sold evorvwhore. Price, CUTICURA. Mc:
ROAP. 'Joe,: HF.sOLVLNT.Sl. Prepared by the
POTl'F.lt DRUG ANDCHHMICAL CORPORA
TION. Hoston. .Mass.
c-Sond for"HowtoCureSkln Disensos,"nt
pnges. HO Illustrations, nnd 100 testimonials.
Dllll'l t"K. blsck ln-n.U tfj, roui;li clmtiDeil, suit ollr
rim j.i.iiiiiiiiilbyci'TlcL'KAMitr.
m IT'ST PS THtTPAIN.
A4 line), aolip, kbtuey palnn, weAlntii
1 VZn rhpuniitlmn sml tuiiitcDbir paint re
W MgL lleveil In on- minute by the Cntl
VsIbI b rni'ii Anll-I'iiln I'luater. -o.
ii.tiri.m or uie sulkies.
Fust Trottlns and I'nrlnc nt llote-Itetaa
snrprlsrs the Tnlent.
Rostov. Juno 14. Jacob Simpton, tho turf
mnn from Cnrllsle, Pn.. who has Peon playing
In such hard luck this season, snwaturn In
hlsfatornt Mstio Park this afternoon, when
his pacer Robus won n good roco. showing
that bu Is fast and gnmo.
The plucky gelding wns skilfully handled
by .Mart Demurest, who llrst tried his quality
ot Albany last week His victory to-day was
n surprise, but his part was simply to carry
tho leaders along. Ho did this In tho first
heat with Allen Lowe, forcing the stout
little sou of Mcantaia out In '':l!i' 'I hen 'he
struggle tins with Rebus, the thlid. In illl't.
being tlie htoliest,r tho three, but Rebus hud
ton much biusli lift for tint Holyoke paeor.
Allen Lowe w is not on his good behutior after
getting the fast murk, utnl in the third hunt
whs behind the tlig.
The 'J'ld tmtwiis oten moro of a mixture,
taking si heats before It was found that Allco
Wilkcswnuhl not quite do. She hnd tbooall
In tho onrlf betting, and tho knowing ones
clung tohci until she lost tin eo heats, two of
which went tn Piin-v Illossom.
There was onlv dnylllit enough for two
heats of the 'J '''' class, nnd Jesse lluuson hud
n clear 10 id in both.
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It s-siml ,M iri.li) . 7 7 K 4 fl dr.
Mrrr Hint (lloun . ,H 4 7 & dr,
Nnftninu n'riiufor.b , a ll al.
Marsiierbi (HKlyki.) 4 lo itr
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Wnrren II ( lulinmiul . . . . r 5 ft fl
AllPilIon,- b) Alcnnlurn iU4IMn)t. 1 4 ill
hllti rilnker (Nni i . S) n UI.
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TIIO COSrE.TIO-S J.V J OVIST ASA.
The McTnery nnd Foster Democrntn la
session In New Orleans.
Nfw OniFtss, Juno 14. The two factions of
tho Louisiana Domocr.icy representing tho
MoFnery nnd Foster wings met to-day In
Raton lioug- to i kct deloBates to tho National
Contention at Chicago.
Owing to the Into arritalof tho delegates
and the fact that tho Genoral Assembly wns in
session, it wns Impossible to call the two Stnte
Contentions nt noon.
Hotb f.n tions thereupon set down 2 o'clock
ns the hour for meeting, tho Fosterltes bolnc
called to eontene In the hall of the House of
lb lir.'sentniitos und the MeLnery Committee
at I iki's If ill. where the ugular State Con
tention met In June
'I he tegular Contention was called to order
bt I'biilririiu Jastiemski. 1 ltpntilck. Maior
of New Orleans, was mnde tempoiary Chuir
mim. A i nmniittee on "redentlals wns appointed,
and the Contention adjourned to moit to
night. There tteio about 150 delegates in tho
Contention.
Tin- I o-ti'i Contenlion met nt 'J o'clock
tilth a nor attendance. Lx-Congressman
1 heodoro Wilkinson presided. On n mo
tion to appoint a eommitteo to confer
Willi tlio Mi 1 nery Contention n number
of members made spioehes in fat or of har
mony and uracil I hut tlio two factions como
together and -leet a single delegation to the
Chlciuo Convention.
A Commute, on credentials wns nppolntod,
am' the Convention udjoui nod to meet Inter.
Ilsdslnns In !e York ICnllrond Cnaea.
AintvY, June 14. Four railroad cases were
decided ill tlie Court of Appeals at Saratoga
this morning. The New Aork F.lutntod Hall
roul Coinpan) must pay Oliver S. Carter ?K"i,
.ri0.".71i for Injury lo tho premises 140-142 l'entl
street, New S ork city, caused hy tho operation
ot tlie road. '1 be Metropolitan novated Hull
wuj ( ompiiny will hate to i at Henry Uohlen
J4,IHI7.40forilaiiuige to tlie proinlsos on the
southeast corner of sixtt-llfth street nnd Sec
ond avenue. Tlie Manhattan Railway Com
nan) Is lestrnined fioin oiierntltig Its railroad
In 'I hlid ntenuo near F.lglitv-secoiid Btroet un
less It pays to Itenjaniln P. Johnston ttiOOns
the tiilue of a certain easement, and dainuBos
and costs uinoiintliig to lniHf4,
'1 lie Second Aienue Hiillroud Company inimt
oat George C Akerslant -ll?."jtn I (or the loss of
Ills foot on M if IP, 1MH7, nt Thirtieth street
und second nteuue, caused h) the biiddeu
starting of one of the company's cats. ,
I.on Itutra to tho ('hlriico onvenllon.
PiTTHiiuiidii. .Tune 14. Tho Pennsylvania
Itnllrond nnnnuncodto-ilayaredtietionto$7,io
for round trip tickets to tho CIiIciibo Conten
tion, a cut of J'I from tho rate hitherto an
nounced. Tho regular rate for the round trip
to l hlcagn s Mo The reduction is to meet a
Flttsbiirgli und Western rate Tho latter linn
made a round trip rate of fl.i to the Randall
Club of this eltt. This, however. Is to Include
the use ot Pullman cars, four meals on route,
two encb wit. and four das' hotel faro at
(lilcago. 'Ilia Pittsburgh and Western Is
almost sum tn ment the cut, and thero is a
prospect of still lower rates. In fact, there is
a rumor thut General Passenger Agent Fonl
of the Pennltonla Company, will order a $5
rate for the round trio.
W here Yesterday' Fire Were.
A M.-7 40 IfU Kait Ttdrtlttti nirert. Madlion
t-quare Ctllir-ll lll"n, lmnn;n IrltllnKI SNSJlftJMott
irrrl, flinstn Jullen, Bo ilraftj 10 CO, M.'.r. tl'eit
tort) Urat nrr'l, Aiinnil KruKle. nodaniar.'.
I', M -l-'i-b. 17- srionil atreol, S. lirrkowlts, (lam
ana 40 '1". "' ' llutitara atraal, Atirnbam Datli,
illppim ilntum" -'oo, 7 42, 8eo flrit aienuf, fn
Karilllajtiff llqnur alnre, no ilnmage, 10, 217 .StcunJ
atrrft. M trlMinan, .laniaga im
WSan Satiy waa lick. w utra liar Caatona.
Wttn ilii'ii' Cblld, abt rrltd for Caatort.
Wktn ana taramt Ulaa, aha tlorf U Cancrta.
tjTkaa aba bad ChUdrao. alia cava taam Caaurta,
A STOItM CAME AT 8VNSET
is7 .
And Put aa End i Heat Bath aa TTa Mhonld
. ot' Know In iVnne.
Hcllet from tho sw otter of two darkling days
rolled up tho western horlson just before sun
sot yesterday. It was an aggregation of old
fashioned thunder clouds, with a strange look
ing front, stretching across tlie sky nnd sug
gesting the surf lino of n sullen sea, Thero
tins lots of electrical life In tho blacknoss.
which was slashed nt two second Intervals:
Willi jagged lncntidocenco. It wns fully an
hour uftcr tho clouds enmo In sight before the
cooling rniuilrlpped out of them. Tho horlson
In tlio northwest glowed after the sun had tan
lshod behind tho Jersey hills, ns If bo had
changed his mind about going to bed and hud
solectod n new placn to rise In.
Unelo. Terry Rusk's talented prophet, r.llas.
nut named Dunn, was Inclined to attribute tho
afterglow In tlio northwest to electrical dis
turbance. Other meteorologists tnld It was
probably duo to the rofhitlon of the sun on
dust pmtlclcs stlired up by tho wind. Tho
storm broko ut 8:20 o'i lock, nnd Its Invlsiblo
cannoneers began the welcome bombardment
that perilled tlio nlr and innilo sleep Indoois
possfhip.
The dny nlolt was according to the oltlclnl
heat gauge, bettor than .Mommy by nearly a
degree. It was 111 In the shade and wind.
Helow on the street Dr. 1'errj'n spirit ther
mometer got up told ,or H'j degrees lesthan
It recorded on Monday. 'I he Humidity was
H2 percent. In the morning, w lion thu heat
seemed most oppresslie, and 72 In the aftor
noon. Tho brcese, which Uucttinted between
10 mid lo miles, tins mostlt from the south
west. At noon It ehuiigcd to south, and blew
lulskly from that imlnt for biilf nn hour or so.
Nassau street, in thn s ndntr of a big office
building, was u pie isuiit plucuto bn In then.
'1 ho brooso eumo up almost unobstructed from
tho bat. mid men stood In groups with their
huts otr. tlieli coats unbuttoned and thrown
bnck. nnd let nature fan them. As tho evening
came on the wind freshened and tho mercury
took n tumbh. After the storm It hnd fallen
to 77.
Attho meeting of tho Health Hoard Iho fol
lowing report ot the s.inituri Commlttoo on
Sunstroke was approved and ordered to bo
distributed. 'I he renott Is printed in F.ngtish.
r'lencb German, und Italian'
"Sunstroke Is caused by excesslto heat, and
especially ir the weather Is ' muggy.' It Is moro
apt to occur on the sei ond. third, or fourth
day of a heated term than on tho llrst. Loss
or sloop, worn, eseltoment. closo sloeplng
rooms, debility, abuse of stlmulunts, predis
pose to It It is more apt to attack those
tvoiklng In the sun. nnd especially between
tile hours of 11 o'clock in thu morning and 4
o'clock in tho afternoon. On hot days wear
thin clothing. Hnte as cool sleeping rooms
ns possible. Atobllossof sleep and ml unnec
ossai y fatigue. If working indoors, anal whore
there is artificial heat luuudilos, A.c, sco that
the room Is well tontllati;d.
" If working in the sun. wear n light hat (not
black, ns It absorbs boat), straw, Ac., and put
Inside of Iton the head, a wet cloth or a largo
croen leaf: frequently lift tho lint from tho
head and soo thut the cloth Is wet. Do not
chock peisplrntlon. but drink what water you
need to keep It up. ns porspirntlon prevents
the bodv from being oterhented. Hate, when
ever possible, an nddltlonnl sbnde, as a thin
umbrella when walking, a canvas or board
coter when working In the sun. Wbon mucli
fatigued do not go to work, but be cxeusod
from woik, especially aftor 11 o'clock in tlio
moining. on tery hot days, if the work Is In the
sun. If n feeling of fatigue, dlsslness. hond
nebe. or oxhaustlon occurs, ceaso work Imme
diately, lie down In a shady and cool place; ap
fdy cold cloths to and pour cold water over
und and neck.
"Any on- oioreome hy tho heat should ho
Immedlntelv remoted to the nearest shade,
and the collar of shirt or dress should bo
loosened. Sent! immediately for tho nearest
phvsb Inn, nnd give the person cool drinks of
water, black tea. or cofToe, If ablo to swallow.
"if tho skin Is hot and dry. olnco the person
In n sitting position against n tree. wall, or
anything tlmt will bo a support to the bnck:
Sponge with or pour cold water oter tho body
und limbs, and apply to tho bond pounded ico
wrapt e I In a towel or other cloth. If thero Is
no Ico ut hand, keep a cold cloth on the head
and pour -old water on it as well us on the
bodi.
" If tho person is pale, vory faint, nnd pulso
feeble, lay him on the back, let him Inhnlo
ammonia for a few seconds, or give him n ten
spoonful of aromati.) spirits of ammonia or
tincture of ginger In two tablospoonfuls of
Mater. Uso no cold water upon the head or
bod), but rub the hands and feot and apply
warm applications to tho same until the circu
lation Is rostoied."
T here was an Increase in the denth rato yes
terday, which was partly due to tho excessive
heat. On Monday there were eotenty-seten
deaths, while. yesterday l(V) were recorded.
Fito so-called mad dogs were shot and
Tcillcd yesterday. Policeman Clav shot one nt
111' Tast 112tb etreoti Polleemnn Aloxnnder
Kerr one nt noil F.lghth avonue. Policeman
McConnoll ono nt 401 West Nineteenth street
Itnurdsmun .fnhu Cotrei one at 241 Cannl
street and Policeman Donnelly one nt 283
Second ntenuo.
The Hot Weather Xlowa East.
FonTi..r. Me.. Juno TM. Portland has hnd
tlireo of the hottost days In succession known
hero for nearly twenty years. To-day the
mercury ranees from 01 to Od Uccroos on the
street.
Rostov. .Tune 14 Tho Signal Rertlco ther
momn'er registered 0'5 nt 1:30 V. 31.. nnd
those In the streets ranged up lo 117. An un
known man was found sunstruck on the stroot
In Jamaica Plain this forenoon and died whilo
being taken to the hospital. A southwest
breoo is protnillnj'.
Wisii. i. Conn.. Juno 14. A switchman and
three Itnlinns were sunstruck this morning.
One Italian will die. Thermomoter l5 in tho
abide.
W oitcrsTHi. Muss.. Juno 14. Thn thermom
eters on tho street to-day .tried from li2 to
101" at 2-'to o'clock, showing n slight Increase
sinco yesterday.
AuiM. Juno 14. Albany bad Its highest re
corded June temperature ut It o'clock this
nflernoon. when the mercury i limbed to 07
In the shade. A hall and thunder storm soon
nftni ward btoiiBlit u lower temperature.
Bier Name In Annt,nnd She Is Frnm Pnnanle.
Iho Ifl-yenr-old elrl who wns found uncon
scious In the walling room of the Chambors
Street Ferry on Monday afternoon, nnd taken
to the Chambers street Hospital. Is unnble to
gito nn account of herself. All thnt the doc
tors can get from her is that hei naino Is
Annie and thnt sho comes fiom Passaic. Sho
seems to be n Swulo or Norwegian. Sho is
still somowlint iliind, but will recover. She
wiih siilTering from tlio hint. At tho ferry It
was said that tho girl crossed otor to the Now
Jerso.'sldo and returned bvtho 6amo boat
After the return she succumbed.
Onn Explosion at Hath Ileaeh.
Hith Hfach, Juno 14. A gas explosion took
place at tlio residence of James K. Fuller In
Hensonhurst this nfteinoon. Tlio plumbers
had just llnlsliod putting ens pipes In thn
house nnd woro testing them. A lenk wns
tiaeed to tho second story, nnd tho man went
hunting for it with u match. He found tho
loak.
The gas exploded, ripping the plaster off tho
room, touring up tlio lloor of tlio room nboto,
mid bl'iwlng window soi t Tlio plumber had
his wlilskeis and eyebrows burnt oil nnd was
knocked konsolr"H.
llnreril n liny AM lb Hot Coala.
An asphalt patement Is boing laid on Eld
ildgo street, between Grand nnd Houston
streets. Samuel Lasurus hud charge of tho
boiler In which the asphalt Is heated at
the corner of Hroomn nnil Delnncox-.streets.
Last ulght In cloanincout tliejHurnace
ho-throw a shotelfu of live coals on Wolf
Sedelsky. a ll-year-ohl boy of 214 Hldrldge
street. Ho i sat s that It was puro accident, and
the lolleetliink so. too. and roleasnd hire on
ball. I he boy was nut soriously burned. His
chest and his Line legs were scorched a little
Ilcslroilug; Che Wrrek at the Florida.
The .Nin y turd tne Mna ulilph nai arm ,h,wn the
Ja mry rnaat lo blow up tlio rr It of Out atilrntirel
atiiiinir H.irbla, rMlirnid jfatfrilay, Rha reii.irli that
tietilsilf,l elxhl Klin rnllnii and 1'irra moimiw,l,r
inriiidir; all tl 4t Hi. Had aboard, w ithnnt diair" i ii'i
thrarmk Hllfll .lie left tlio Input Ilia rim iif liS
lieela lueiie if.1 b.b,- low1 wat.r ",.rk "-'"
l.k lliau llin. fallliuua nt watar wai roilml nl am
utli.r.jii.t lb Ural lrmi: .a.lerly wind w II li'r'lii
bly seiiaruit tlit ,ltcc now mnainln, loitetller
. DTrn'ol poiTivt- cueto by I
an They aho rellere D's-
El ITTLE ,r' 's f rom Jfpepla, In-
H NXCD dlncstlon.aodToo Hearty
I V Col Eating, A perfect remedy
R PILLS toT DalM"i Nausea,
H ft Drowsiness, Bod Tasto In
9 the Mouth, Coated Ton-
""" r1". I'sln In the Side.
They regulato the Bowels and prevent Constipa
tion. Are free from all crude and Irritating
matter. Very small; easy to lake; no pain; no
griping. Purely Vegetable. Sugar Coated.
Buau. pill. Small Disc. Small Price.
newaro of Imitations and
Ask for CARTER'S and sea you t
t
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EMIL SCHWARTZ IS HAPPY " 11
ix ax .VT.i.rxKir uts tram a m Mm
VOHTEH HIV. IlKAHVN II ill'.
It in Itrettttit Dortort McCoy anil H -Mm rtr. -!?
Mm Vtirrtl Win rf Cattirrh, llilrli HotH 'hW
rrtl ilhtx So that He Couht Sot Ntccp. K,
Mr r.mMHrhwartrllrtt nl 120 Knet 7th utrtet. IU ' H
in in llif strftw t?nMii litntlnfix At MM HroMilwAr In wi is
(iitrrlr wllli u tp.rirr Mr hrliwftx iirti ' For wLB
Itiiir or nvo er I a ttntlirreil utth murrh it was '
iitoMtly in hi) throat, Ami tlio inuru dr;ie I down in tfl
m tliroat -i I Ii At nlirn hwnt l hri I wn cntitln IIP
mill) )inLliifr Ami rtjutt lii-r nnd 1 touMti't ',,p At 'rhm
ntiflit, nml I Htinu)tl ni folk. i thAt ttiOy touUn't , yH
Pitt jtflth-r. Ttif niilU iK-rmiitlftl rne tn trn to Itoo )1
torn MeUoy Ami WHIihai nml I aiii gUit now that X
dM : I
I Uml tnVrn iwoor ttiret vlniln of II
pAl tnt ifieillrlnr-fs. Ami 1 hMrutvl-rt .(fiwik t M
ui) ihroA' with nalt hii 1 A-r hut f j ' , 1
itiftie AltfCfil rt lunik" weft no kvo 1 J 7Ha i 1
WelMrnt tti Do turn Met n titnl tjW . ""1. J
Utldtuan, i)'l I aim liHpny that tliey ltlvl '& m
Iiati! rr't mr I Htu nil rlKht mw Jfivyk. - I
Tlifj rcinmrtl two timifir- from hit fltV2aMPbkw ill
iionf, Aiitl flow I ran l.reMht ficulr j AptElBr. H M
ml 1 m nnt irmililvil wuh ilit,' OTiV ,
inurm tlrfiintntt down In tnj ihroAt, j "
And I don i 1ia to hawk mn mt ll an
alt Hit- time 1 1 ad riren inltndi llv KMtLscnmiiTt. sM
iio. ton. jH
Doctor MfCoi ami UildmAn niAke a npetlty of th itj
trrntrnrnt nf rhrnntr tltufufe". inr udlnir tntArrh, M
Ihry (uriiUh All niediciito fret, und thrlr rhflrvci for , ll
trMittneiit Aro n-7 modorAto iliAt the) Art witutu the) , fflf
react. ..rail.
DOCTORS McCOY AND WILDMAN, -jf
Offices, 5 East 42c) Sttcet, Nevv York, J
It here all curabt. illrnes nrolr. ateil wllh mirrraa. jjltlj
H )nu tlv. at n dUtnnr wrlta tor ft sylnptnin tilalik, '. if&tm
1 nnniiUiillnn at ottc ir bv inatl frr. el 1 Inrse ill 'ijfct
AA tr.isHllmall t.i ". tn! 4'.' t itr.et Now tori: rliy. , (fl
nniie linurn-tiln 11 A M a tn 1 I' tt , 7 low 1'. X, . J 9
Bumlara Hint.' A tl "5?
For Hot i f!
Days. ' a
Hot days, the generality of men ir v,
want a coat next to nothing in "' S
weight for office or house wear. s
We supply that want precisely. J
Black and grey mohair coats , -i M
2, 2.50, 3, 4, 5, & 6 dollars Ip' $1
and vests to match if wanted. t 'U
Grey and brown mixed zephyr rf: $
weight worsteds, made up in coats ' "Jg
and vests 5 6i 6 dollars. '
Creole check and imitation ,';': M
seersucker coats $1 &. $i.a;. r, ;j
it. .r
Straw hats 75 cts, $1.00, $1.50. 'j
HACKETT ; I
CARHART&CO., .f
Broadway and Canal Street, 'ii
.in I
. I M
WENT SUIMMIXO I.V HIE VAltIC I AKE. '
fc 1 1
It Coat nim Ten lliira .V 'Iriiiip, nnd p. ;
pttr.iilly nn Admirer orGi over f1evl mil.
Thero was n gi eat splashlnc in the bin lake , ''
in Ccntiol Fork about 'J::iO o'clock yesterday B v
afternoon, nnd tho attention of pooiilo On tha
drivoand In boats on tho Inko was attrncted ti
to somethine raovinc about in tlio water. -o- f
Policeman Itrorsop, rowod out ami found a ""(jl
man, whom ho forced to ko ashoie in a se- i
eluded spot Tho man was a stout, well-built t ''
German, oter 50 years old. v;
"AMiat were you dolus out there?" de t
ronnded Htorson. , a !
"I wns only swlmmlnc." replied the Qor t
man. soinewlint anineil. ..V
"(Jut whore nil those women woro?" ".I, -
"Oil. well." said the man. "I wus undor tho
wator." -ni i-j
lit erson hustled the Gorman Into bis clothes ,t ',
and took him to tho iorkvllle Holieo Court. t J
where hn said his name was l'ied crick Wolf. fi "
Ho wasa tramp. Ho wore a navy blue jumper ta J
buttoned closoly around his neek and roomy a 'j
overalls, which were kept in place by a stout mO V
brown i ml. Otorono shoulder wnssuspend- vt '
odn canvas sack to hold piotisions nnd ha !
carried a stick. He curried on his arm u heavy f
winter otorcoat. In a conspicuous pi ico on f '!1n
thecont was found a red. whlto, and I lue lib- . Ml
ben, and on tho ribbon was a metallic badca t iji
with tho fncoof ureter Cloteland. -Am
The Justice unto him ton days. ., y.
Foulpuda In Ilut'rrr Park. 4 1
Policeman Sullivan heard shouts for holn a
comlne from the direction of tho South Ferry. j
at2 o'clock yesterday mornlnc. and summon- ,
ed tho two oftlcors on tho adjolnlnc boits. i.nd "" E
when about a hundred yards from the ferry oi
they saw four toiinu men bendlnc over a pros- - &'
trato man In the roadway. Iho ollleer. emsht ' 3
two and tlie othei two run nw.iy. The victim. f
who wns en old man. had boon rntilind nnd ll 3'
badly boaten nnd was removed to thn Pimm- " 45
bers Street Hospital The nrlsonersyuvo tlielr ,e !".
nmncstis John McKenna and Hdw.ird I Iteer- , 4
aid. One hnda polieem in'sclubiindthi. other
n pair of hrnss knuckles Tiie pidieo s.u that a
Fltztsernld hasjust returned from !iu Sliur. ja
whom he wn sent three yoaisnuo forasirnl- 'a,'fffl
lnroffonee. Hotli tirisoner wore soul to tha V2I
Tombs Court, where Justh-e McMihuii roin- , 9
mlttod them until such time aa the complain- i2 9
ant ianble to appear.
ricanlun llelter, hut Nnt' t inert. '','
At tho Bloomlnirilalo Insane Vsjluiu Inst "" ''
nljrht tho physician who has ehaien of W. Jj j
J. Hennlan. the Irish eonudlnn. said that thero ") 3
was tory Httlo ehnuoe of his nter i -tin nine ':'l
to the state. Mr. S.-anlan's cone ii' In iillh Is i '
nowitood, and mi iii(ii Miiijee s he -.oaisio 1' ,
bo sane. His lm, rntnnient Ii is I . i lery J?
marked, but his I. hi sician -iijs th ,t l,o is suf- "
ferine from u serious lualti troul. e H ,.
" I cannot sny that lu e,i. f I. poless." J,
said the phisiciun. " but 1' iswri serluu ., nnd I
I very much doubt his oter lottiriilutf to the ',
fctnire." ) ,
Colored Polleemnn Oveilnu I'ln.d. ' 1
Pollcoman Wiley G. Oterlnn. the first negro -
appointed on tho force in Ilrookltn. while on '
patrol duty a fow dais into, tislted .i snlo m on ' '
his post. and. flndini; that Itoutnlsinun 1) .ivnoy (.
linn tracked him to the saloon, ho louioii'd bin "b
uniform, nnd. puttlnc n the .'lothinc of a vi
friendly eltlren.il lo.l to mnko bi escape. 'J ho "i
roundsmnn, however, enuj-ht him ,. tenlay
he had to answer l.efn.i. loi iiiivsoiiir lliit- 1 '
den for this ehnruo as well as f.u a full urn to ,-j
signal his station tiom the inti d lot Ha ' '
wus lined ten dnts'p.i) and recelted a roprl- J
mand.
Brlilce Tin.d'e f nmniltlrrs.
rrosldent Howell of the llrhliio trustees wai IJ
early at his old post Initio Undue office yeslor- t
day mornlni;. IIo animun 'cd the uppolnt- '
ment of these eomm ttei's V 's
Terminal tin. ra SkllinT luenej Jinnies, Si'liwab, .i '
and illlev . .
Kxeuit.ie ttetera H.nri.jti.'-, 11 1, i lla abniii't, ' t
Mav. An ierion, latirriiie rn. . M mi m, ani
heell.) J 5
tluaiice Meitra I'arnei, Mur Jlicksun, WnrilltT. ".M
Skinner Jain, all.) Mn lelitiaui r dammt
SCHEIMCK'S
MANDRAKE PILLS r 1
PURELY VEGETABLE AND STRICTLY RE- M
LIABLE. , m
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Thoy act directly nml promptly on 1'
tho Livor ami Stomnch, io-.toiiiH '' 5 1
tho constijmtotl orRn.nn io ljo.-titl.y . 1
activity, nml uro u positive and per- f',ii fl
fectly Safe Cure for Constipation, "5 m
Liver Complaint, S:ck Headache, ' !,B
Biliousness, nml nil other tlineasoa jm
nrising from n disonloroil comli- 1 m
tion of tho Livor nml Stomach. ' fl
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They nro the ONLV KI.MAltlfKVKflE, ,' !
TAIIhK MVKH IMI.I. M)M); i'hey uro
IMJKKiaY VKOKrAIILK; 1;Y lllKM? " '
DM. hl'IIKNl li'H Jrtookou r.iiMimi7oT St if
tlver Complaint and Uyepcuala arat Krea. 'M
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