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SHI! 8 THE SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1894. -
I'li Id. MRS. LEAH BEUXAUD HELD nit in I MM, j ! jpo antsu to ta y ton's hotel SfflM I' UtTIt LAWTEIl t.EOXARV. If tniFM II fihf Mini Aiimtr lo n Xetv lerejr flrnnd I is III tlarjr-fsent Itaelc lo the County .fnll-Kh IMH !J ! Iht n If or W. '. Iterward aft West IT Hfi ' Ttseritr.alstli Mtrret, Who TkUkt He Jjjf$ Can Oct h Dltoree-Leoaard Oa Hull. j& i Tlm little 7j0 one-story tml!dlng In Orrgorv J'tS IIW. Jersey Illy, Inwlilrh Justice nf tlm I'caeo S I Oelger dispenses justlce.was too small toaccotn l,Bn m '"" ' nl) cro,r'' w''lr!' resembled there ycs- slJi I tor.lay nftrrniin tonttend the etsmlnatlon of ' PSc ' Mrs. Icnh llernard, who w a arrested stnturtlny : jj JC fl tuirnlng while ocrip)lng a nxiiu lu Tailor's l;sHjl ' lintel with a younr man. "STna Thoiouple had registered in Archlo Hull ami "'"fill I wife. It ha slncn been learned that tho young SKflF? man was ljarry 1. I.ennnrd nf Hayonne. He Is spjlsf the Junior member of the firm of t.eonard & liars I Leonard, lawyers, who hate an offlco nt l'.'W SgS r. Hrontway, this city, fif 9 ! The arrest wa made on complaint of J. Camp I fii (l " ',,ie'n" private detective of thin city. I ?! Iff it Phetan wa acting In the lnlcret of William (, 11 ES fj Bernard of lu West Twenty-sixth street, this it? M 7 Ii elty, who has been fur wmr time reeking cvj. ' !r pj j deuce on which to bascasult fnrdltorcr. iii kfxi ii Tho examination before Justlcotleigcr yrstcr- JM II day afternoon afforded amusement ton large . C'ySlC I enwd of spectator. It ua held In tho rooms I'M U'J i of tho First District Hepubllean Club, directly tnfit If across the street from the Justice's court. Ju. "4 SI Sl: 'ce "'Iter Is mnll man, with n profusion of $3 2S bushy black whiskers. 3l"3 '!!'' " ,wa'' English Imperfectly, and tries to IjS ! i makeup In assumed dignity what he larks of CifS !', knowledge of the law. Mrs. Bernard was JjM j brought down from the county Jail and took a JfiS "i i Sf i seat by the ldo of her lawyer. Mr. Hpeer. jJ , ?J ' 8tt She Is said to bo 40 years old. but she does not Xivi) lT8 look It. Her husband and the detective were WE b ? ' awaiting her appearance, llenianl is n small tvl I I man. with sandy complexion and reddish side V ' I lj whlskirs. ' i , Detective t'helan told his story. Ho said he I S ' had followed Mrs- llcrnard and her escort to ('.'SI; thethentre. and thence to Taylor's Hotel. Ho , H ! gave the partltulnrmif thu arrest as they hnvo ''I Si ' already been published. He said ho had no per s pi tonal interest In tho matter, mid that hewn. J) j simply elialrous of protectlnc the tnnrjts of New ' F, ') Jersey. Jl a! ' Lawyer Speer In cros-exntiiliilnK the de- M i!! tertlve persisted In calllmx him I'halcn. Tho j jj ' witness dually l-nme aniuy. nnd said. In in. 8 ' r ( " t want yu to undersuind. sir, that my name X, Is I'ht Ian. I'm a Deinixrat. but I'm not Irish." '18 V 'I Thl aroused (.'nntiible ()'(rail)' Irish blissl. ft fj L Ftepplim hut to I'lu Ian olid shaking his flrt uti- w S! der his nose, nccxclnlmid: "Vou'ro not Irish, Sf S f eh" M I V f "No. I am noC answered the witness: "and i l 1 don't want to1ictalli.il I'hnlen." Mi f. 5 "Well. I'm k'lad of It." eald (VUrady: "but X 1; l1 I'd iust llkn to Rive jouono puck lu the Jaw." M m Tlieionstable Is n well-built, must utar man, 9 jf and the dMeithe didn't Invite any furttierion- B ii tnersy. V c Wlilln this wns Kolntt on Justice Helper was M ; SB , Tapping frantically for order und pounding tho ; J ; E ' table with his gavel. 9 i & ' When iiulct was restored. Bernard testified I M ft that he was married to tho defendant In tlieCltr ; Jj i j: ' llnll In this tlty In lhHft. He has snsioettd her dV i S,fi ildellty forsome tlme.nnd has already Instituted ' ft!'. divorce proceedings In this tit). (is ' l.a)iT Hikmt HKiMtl that the woman lm ills- ' IS llw rharged on the ground thai llrrnard had not I IS a J! , jir'Kliiiiil any c iiliivi- of his marriage. He ' elioulil hne prsliutil hlsmarrlngucertlllcate. i H v or a copy of It, tho lawyer said. Justice tJelger ? - denleil the motion. He said that wonl of mouth ,h U , wixs lietter trof thnn any papers. B ' ') ThoJiistlce then ordered a rccc&sof two hour ! j r to give ; Ini time to preuaro his decision. At the JIB Ei , en ' f the two hours h decided to bold Mrs. of) I W , lliTUnrtl for tho Grand Jury, und she was taken I i 81 J, back to the fiijmty Jail. S ' j , In the mran time other stirring lncldent.1 had JB ' P ntenrrtl. I)ete tlvp I'brlan was reiilreil to tlnd j a bondsman who would furnl-li $100 security . I ft. I fur his apiie.iranre ns it wltnts. Cnnstiiblo (j i m -A O'tlradywai itching tur nn omort unity totake , . iif him to Jail In default of tmll. but Jacob Craiu'i, ' h n asnhsin kteper. furnished bonds for thu detec- ' Ml tlVP- j l f ) nunc I.ennnl did not make his appearanco S rtr'al' 1 "' the examination, but he turneil up uflerwanl. i Si j and wnsorresltil on n new complaint made by IB I J! l'hclau. Ilewasadmltti'il to ball. JW I St 4' Mrs. llenmrd was beginning to think Hint he I -F hud nt'tniliinol her. nnd that ho wns engaged ill ',' In what she calls n tousplrnry with Iitr ij i Lnslsiml and the iletwtlvr. Leonard admits ! s that he was Intliusntnemom with Mrs. llcrnard. is -;' but denies any Improper conduct. t iS ' if ', rtv.v, i.vsTiiucTiox, Axn rr.i. IH J ! A Clever !liirlrqu by on Unknown Author i f llrouht Out llrroro the I". W. I.. 9H I ' at ) j I I'leasureatid Instruction were combined at the Si I 4 f afternoon social given jestenlay by the I'rofes- SU X f , tlonnl Women's League. All tho memlwrs put H .ji on their lust gowns and assembled to enjoy a jK', i i ry "xcelleut progrumme. width included B I j, Kings, u cliter burlesque on Shakespeare, n U I pjs'ron thu benefits nrMng from the ttudy of j S U forripn langiinge. and. Incidentally, the drink- H ij Ingof iced ten with lemon In It, and tho eating H E ' ' I " of cnkc iuiiI other to-ithsomo things. I . Tim songs were sung by Mri. Edwin Arden Si ""' " '"'' '"" r,ie burlosUo sketch pro j W viilcol storms of upplaus-. At Its conclusion JJ 1 ' the enthusiastic audlcncu tailed loudly for tho ipB 'If. author, but no on npHnntl. Thrru was any H r f, amount of guessing as to nhracloer brain waa jl ri-sromlblo fnrthowork. but ton purptoe. Tho jl I) j' four I'lniriictirs. Liili Matt tlh, I'urlla, Onhillii. H.,f f ' and Jnllrf, wtre orMimnI by Miss Hellna L'lial. l' iiurs, Miss Atltu Kulrbiother, Mlii I'autiuo nil' Wllluni. mid XIl'S Cllu (iutheridge. Jtme. Jla 1M U M V ' tulldn t'ot'relly acted as stage manager, fill It ' The paper wasre.td l) Jlme. Ileuriette for- II IK .f ' rrdl. Jhuc. CiirruiH said that thu study of fur V II S f elgu Iniikuages was fnvorablu to great men- I !tf J UlactHlty. It giue accurae) of thought anil H I ,& ( unfolded the mind by bringing It Intocontact It fl i; srlth works of great writers. It cultlvatiti tho tl ST I1 tnttnory, lnlgorated the Judgment, and fnrmtd II the literary tuste. II til ) Iteftvshtiieiits followisl tho toncluslon of I W, '.i Mme. t'orradl'spaiier. Kery laily talknl then, II 3, ' r- and the hum and bur that rilled the rtmni H' II ui would bnvetlonc t redlt to a million ullU'W.. 'ft B . Among tho guests nvi-nt srrs Mrs. Frank 'It C ! 1 .liwkMni. .Mrs. John rieyiimur. Mrs. Wheeler. 'lsP; Miss IJiTising Itonan, Miss (irace Huntington, t a Mrs. Helen .winlo I'ltrier. Mn. ti. Nicholson, ttll i J Miss Emily I'lke, and Mi'sAuguttn Kvmn. Hffi 1 j IT JS XUT 1IAXV AI'KXVK TKT. M. 1 !i i' Mr. Hunil'a AVoodrn Slgna t'Mt Down-lie W'C jl Trlrx to l'ut l'p Iron Our. H III ;' ETAVCKtT, 1- I., rpt. 10. Nchcmiah Hand's It Mil attempt to name an avenue In this village after I''iSl himself has not be;n a suices so far. Mr. Hand ."IjU H l a retired wealthy ship builder. The street Bll that ho proposes to name Haudaenuebra'ichts Kjil B I olTfrom the main rnntl to the bay. Ilcsulents HJI !H I along the thoroughfare wair L tailed Day View Hyi I : avenue. The cuntmvirny began more than a ; U ' year ago, when Mr. Hand tiui.nl large signs to Al I ' ' ' bo placed u Intenals r.long tho road lieariug , M M Ilia Inscription, "Hand Avrnue." People living i IT W there mt them don i, nnd Mr. Hand's men were I TL lm , kept busy planting tho signs wlille other tier C 9 eons tut them dim n. Kl , Klnalh Mr. Hand l.ml Iron signs cast. Intend. Wt . lug to place tbi'in on Iron posts on thoatenue. i - a; I This morning his men smI to work digging holes J I ', tiiilBiit Hie new signs. The tlllagers came on It i I la-hlnd and tllltsl thu holes as fast as the) were ', tk ' dug. Mr. Hand sent for the Highway Coiumls. I Wi IF i Monersof tho town, and they held a council on It ft."' the situation, the lusidHiits along the lluusay i JV& 11 thryaroln the light to slay and tluit thej will Ji Sff' I'Ull down the signs as fast as they are erecteit. ' MS. I ju sKSiSflfT 3iinit jijkulix aci'vuks no.i5r.ir'. P I IM'f' mi yHf'j . Hha Haa lie InTlIrd llrrlo IIU llnuseaad If VWlf OH,, ",r H Wl, IS Oeorge II.ho, pntprletor of an embroidery ? j ' manufactory at bll and Ul toutl( r'jfth avenue, ; isll wa arrested last night at Ms home. 30 Har- BfSJ tlmldl place. Jersey City, on complaint of MUs 5JTJ , Marie lUrglln. M Miw Harglln came to this country from Mi Kronen four months ago and obtained employ - f Ht ' ment In Itoeseau'a factor). bhewrar ihut on J-'" S-' , Atg, II she went to his house on hit invitation fl ' and hegavehcrdruggeU wine. Whlls she wa f H lnn-nILle l.c ss.'aull wilier. i III Mil' told htr story to tho llev. Francis (irun. T ft' liIlf.tasUirpfM. Alphonse'sl'hunhiuthlsiliy. i fW.'. atut he t'lit htriniommuulratloii with tho no. Si IHrfk licuautliiHllli'Sot Jcrse) t'll. 2 Mi . ltojscuu wiulwkril up In 1'ollco Hcadimar- If IrJ' tr laal ulgbt and tho woman was sent to the I M , t'lty Hospital. Uosieaii has a wife ami tl,rM Jf Mi thlldrun. He sajs it is a cse of revenue or . all' . blackmail. He discharged Miss lUrglm ol.iut I t S4 n month agu acd ho thrratti.ed thin to 1 re. Ill " vengcit. ' ftfi Hosncr's I"lc to Ue Kros Tur .NtliUbor. f 1 A Cimpany. incoriioratdl in NV.vark yester- s Mil ,U 'ur ,1,c I'""10 ut " rMn.t frogs for the , j Newrork market." has hlreil a largo poUlj t i , M Nulley, near the residence of H . liuuner ul (I, i"". JliU ly of .Neark. wl , ,, ono q li till' tlwmtir:wraWr.Ueulanviirt that Mr, BuX U lUl vrlUyWtuthartlhdstLemu I uL 'Sk ' ' aJK r , asiBfc. . .s.asai KiLT.ni nr ax Axonr itLojr. The Repemtaat Homteta'e'a rlenreh Tor Ilia Vletfss'e Boity-IIU Arrest. A jiartyof Htitlierford small boys, rnnslstlnf of Mlko Jaffcrj-, 14 year old! Jamts t'aicr. It, colored; Frank Holmes, 10 j ears, colored : Joe Obcnhelmer. 1:1 years: I-otils and Adotph Hate wood, one lOand theother l:tjears.and Fred Jatolus, is years old. roloreil. went fishing yes tenlny morning olf the Eric Ilallrond bridge nt tlerry'a t'reek. They wero very successful, and b) hoon rnch of them had a string of fish. Frank Holmes had an fM-lnllv linn string, and when ft rowlsiat came nlong with three nun In It and pullet oter to where he had hlsflsh hanging In the water and laughingly cut It loos J and let the fish snlm awn J, lie got angry and yelled to the men that thiy were tisi fitsh. At this one of the huh cited out that tie would break the Httl colored fellow 'ahead. "Olitjougo to thedcvl!," answffred Holme. He had bo sooner said this thnn the mmi who had cut the string Jumped up In Hie hist and, selling n scoop net with a long hutidl", strurk at his head. Holmes dodged. The scisip net "truck nn t'ie brIJgc. breaking th" handle In lm. There wns lut a little of Holmes's head exposed. The man saw this, and, raising thu short pleco of hiitidtn which he still held, hurled It nt Holmes. Holmes ducked nnd the stick whlrxcd pat him and struck llttlu Fred Jacobus In the Isick of tin' head. Just at the basoof tho skull. .Intobiis totterel and then fell from the bridge Into the water lieneatli, When the man rtallzrd wltat he had done, ho turned pale, his anger vanished, and In a nioni.nt he was over the side of hlslsmtnr.il wlniirlng around where the boy hsd fallen I. The body did not tome to the surface. Again and again the man dove Uncntli the water In his search for tho lad, but he hail to give up nt lost. Without a wonl hi swam ashore nnd with bow el head walked tow aril Huthcrford. Some nf tho boy had already Marled toward the town. In the llrt one the nut they told what hail happened, nnd the new iti reached Justice Dupuy's ears. He rnt Officer it. tlletn to arrest the man. Illeen met him wnlklng with Isiweil head. He recognized hlmnt once as John Hngnn. a night laborer at the Krla coal yarns ntJerty t'lty. Ilugnn submitted to nrrest qtilrtl) and waa locked up. The ls)'s body wus found shortlv afterward by 0car Wllllnm. It was taken to Collins', undertaking establishment, where It waexam. Ineil by llr. Charle t'msry. lie said the blow on the back of the head wus sulllclent to have caused death. The skull wns fractured. John Hogsn wns lirn and raised lu Ituther fonl. He Is U5 years old. He Is considered to be a very unlet man when not drinking. William llhi'kfnrd, who nlo works at tildht at the Krle coal yard. wa one of tho men In the lsmt with Hogan. The Identity of theotlier Is not known. Coroner Vltnnn began nn Inquest last night, but did not finish it. uAi.Tr.it wuv.s Titr.nrricKit riiir.tt. Two Men nail n Woman Arrrated ftorSntn. dllnjc n Hotel Keeper. Three well-drcsed jirlsoners were locked up at tha Wrt Thirtieth strce' police station last nUht. charged with swindling. One wns nclcnn shaven man of 30. who said he was Albert A. Heed of . 'UN West Thirty-sixth street. Tho others Ycre Agne Heed, his wife, a pret ty woman of SM, nnd Arthur 11. Chlvcrs. 51 years old. They wero all arreted in their flat at the address given by Police mn Foley and Hunt of the Jefferoti Market squad, uiion n wnrrnnt Issned by Justice Voor hls. The complalnnlnt Is Addlon K. Churchill, proprietor of tho Hotel M, (leorge, nt 40 East Twelfth street. According tn Mr. Churchill. Heed went to tho hotel one night in July nnd engaged rooms nnd board for his wlfo and her mnld. Thoynrrlvcd tho next day, but Heed wns not with them. Chlvers was already a boarder at the hotel, and, Mr. Churchill sas, waa well acquainted with the Iteeds. When the third week's board became due Mr. Churchill told Mrs. Kccd that she would have to tiayuplfsho wished to stay anv longer. The illlbv that time wus $0(1. Mrs. Itced ruld shu'd psy, hut didn't. Mr. Churchill says that In a day or two Chlv. crs left the hotel, and packed In his trunks w ith his own clothes wru all Mr. Heed's gowns and tlnery. The day after Mrs. Heed went out for a walk, and she hasn't bevu tuck since. She left 1ehtiid her un empty trunk, her majd, and the bill lor 3:U. A few day sago Mr. Churchill says he found out that thu iteeds nnd Chlver had rented a furnished tint in the Thlrty-Axth street house. Then he got the warrant. When Foley and Hunt went to serve the warrant last night it tiwk .Mrs. He.it a long timu to tire"", roiey w until in tne front room mid Hunt In the hallway. While his wife was dressing Iteccl sneaked out of the rear dour, dow n the stairs, und Into the street. Hunt heard him oprning tho front door, and started in pursuit. Half clothed us ln was Heed started on a rundown Thirty-sixth townrd Ninth uvenue. It was a hot chaso fur n block ntid a half then, as Kccd Bcemcd to Ik, getting uwny. Hunt pulled out his revolver nnd tired four shot. That brought Heed to a halt, and lie iermltttsl him self to be captured. Whin they got Lack to tho tint Heed went Into the rear bedroom to dress. Hunt followed, I and caught him taking n lazor out of n drawer. I ltecdexplalnidlh.it hu nlwns carried a razor, and that he didn't mean to ut-n It. i At the police station Mrs. Itced wept and dc- , clared thut she had never lift tho M. lleorge owing gnu. Mietolda itorv of li'ivlng la-en de scried by her IiusImuiI, who had run away to l!oton with unother woman. That's why she ; was left at tho hotel. Itced listened to the tale stolidly. I TtHS 1'OI.ICKMAX HAD FltlEXitS, They Chased anil Thumped the Man Who Hit Him. New Dorp. .taten Islnnd. was tho scene nf a lively man ths.se yesterday afternoon. 1'ntrlck Kennedy, aged '-ii, astalwart farmernf tiltfords, became Intoxlcuted, and was creating a disturb ance near the railroad station. Policeman FlUpatrlck attempted to arrest him. Konnedyastruck him on the head with a stone which hu held In his hand, and Fltzpat I rli k frll, stunned. ! Fltzpatrlck la a favorite of thu villagers. A dozen mun started to capture Kenned), hut he I darted away acmes the flelds. The policeman ( recovered and drttl two shots after him, but ho , did not stop. Kennedy cleurel each fence with a beund and gaintd upon tho crowd. , After a chase of more than u mile he was i heuted off nnd captmed. The crowd were i furious and began to beat and kick him. Fltz- lutrlck urrivcil, took Kennedy awn from the l crowd, and lodged him In Jail ut Muplelun. OUSTUVCTIXO TIIK .VAILS. i The Klmtrro 1'unrs Asalast Mtrlkrra All UUraUsed by the Court, j Minnkvinji.ik, ept. 10. -O'corgo Caruthers, chargul with obstructing thu United htntts ! malls at Wlllmir In April, during tins tireat . Northern strike, came before Judge Nelson. In thu I'nltnl stales IMitrlct Court thl raornln.-. ' The trial had not prnc ccIhI far before thu Juri ' waswltlidrawuand tho cute dismissed. I lu-Court held thai the t'Vtileuc In tlio indict. I nient wus not suthcUi.t to inform the defendant I In w hat lurlkuUr way the mulls wero rttuidul, Ihe nrguini-nt lot iiuathing ll.u indiiti.ieut against thultftrei. other cswn tor oiMtrui'tiiig ' tho mails was allowed by the Court, end tho de fendants were dljiiils-rd. Tho eases of Ihe strikers charged with con- I spiring against the panriige of ttieL'uitisl Mates I malls were coniluucJ until th next term of tourt, as most of the obstructionists are ch urged with euniplrac). , ATTACK Vl 111' AXAHVII1STS. llakrr t niK'r Miouts One In Hie I.ez-The UousileU SJsn Arrfilcd, NtWTow.N. 1.. I., hept. 10. -ltilrt t'ruger, a I baler, was utuektd In hi plate In tilendule alsiut -'o'llo. k ihlsiuur'ilui; by four men. He ' managed tu evs), and, getting a revolver. , i-ncil lire on the gang. i He shot a man. who wus 'tftirwurd icleiitiflcsl a Arnold Klrchgrol, In the leg. Thcviouiidecj ; man nasarrrsuel by Cunuble iliuk and takn. I to M. Catherine's llufplul. Ijiter in the- day a 1 man giving his name us i'l.rjiui, Mull in, r. I rested, and a wurruul was iwurd for Ihe arrest 1 of trederlck Dorschmidt, another ulkg-d mem- . ber of the gung. Tl.eyrro all said tn be Anarchist. SHasUsluBl'a Auditor Arrested. J.UKsov Sept. 10. Auditor Mone was ar rested Iktu this evening on affidavits sworn out by Sjieelul Tr.ia.iir) Agent W. J. Hums of Co lumbus, i).. charging him with complicity in luring ami circulating special rttate viarrunts. He went before i.ommiioncr Moaclv, and was uumlttcl to sl.Uek) null. flmllar uflldavits were made out against (Jov Hone and Treasurer Kan, and they will bo arrested tu-tnorrow. Named (or the Asseakly. vTyottlag Couuty -TJwnias H. Catoo sf Perry, Pro blUltoalat allrgtiuyOtunly-VT T IIllu of Dullvar, ProMbl-tltul.t N'sisfd for Ccsgnss, S;SiSd.c'?M'tk PliWrt-lto Mm. aVIbtiruoa. yruuuuouUV t FOREST F1KES BLAZING. it ton wtxns vi.v jiik flames ix Jtixxf.nOTA axu mscoxatx. Many People Attnla IVorRlest neapemtety to Have Their Iloasen Efforts lo He. Ilrse the (Irent rilatrrra tn tke Plnerle. Pvt'K ltvrilis. Minn., 53cpU 10. Forest fires nr.. i ngmg In Morrison and the northern part of Denton counties nnd milch damage to property I feared. Along the Drook, Hlllman, nnd Skunk rivets much timber Is being destroyed, and Urge crows of men are flfhtlng to protect the lnterets of the lumber men. Hlivkl"), Minn., iej.ort ill the towns In that nelghlorhrsid safe. TliP Are It raging In Ihe liiiilwtind llinbr. but Is dying out. Hrttsh fires are rrimrteil about Itanium, nnd aeetl"ti hands arc Diluting thctn. Hit no serious danger Is thre.ileiied. St. (loud reports the wires down west of 'fen, hut from the Incoming train hands It Is learned that tho fire Is abating, as the wind Is golr.g dow n. AMII.AMi. Wis., Sept. 10. Strong winds have fanned the forest fires iti this neighborhood, and the) arc burning ficrrclr In nearly every direction. They crosect what Is known as the Cemetery road, smith of Ash. land to-d.iy, and the Ashland Driving Dark ssocl.ithin, 'w I.iko buildings arc located two miles out from shlnnd, are In danger of burn, nig. The fires nre iiUlte fltxo to Mount Hots" t emitter, and also the Cathollo temetery, with the trong wind constantly bringing It nearer. Washburn has been enveloped lu a cloud of smoke nil day. The following despatch wns re celvid from Snton to-night: " Foret fires nm raging about here. Water Is lielng hauled lit running teams. Cltlrcns are moving out nt their homes with all possible sliced. If the Hind continues for n few hours tlio ton tils lnt." Saxon I n small town on the Northwestern road. It was threatened only last week, and It was supposed that the timber alsnit there was sufficiently burntd oil to prevent further damage. St. I'Afu Minn.. Sept. in. -The flrt report of tho state Commission for the relief of the suf ferers from the forest fires was Issued ) ester day. It indicates that St. l'aul, Minneapolis, I Itiluth, and tho smaller tow us nf the State hav e contributed alsiut S.iC.OUO In mum y and about S-il.Otii) In clothing. food, und lumber. Several tlion-and dollars have Ijeeti conttlhiitfl from ouMdu the Mate, principally from New York no. I Chicago, Tu Commission ats It finds the work of searching formal burying the dead now pruc tltally completed. Tlie devnstatol district has been thorough!) explored by trained wixxlsrr.cn, and It thinks nearly nil of the liodlen hnvebern I discovered. While contributions of material are accept able, the Commission reminds the people of the State tint mone) Isthemcxt portable and u-e-fill roii, i Itoitt'in ioshle. A largo pntportlnn of tlm people are fnrmtrs. They must he fitted out with houses, tunning Implements, nnd supplies until they run rule n rrnp, and this will reciulrc a large amount of money. The ommlsslon ap peals to all towns and municipalities to give to theextcrtof tliclrublllt). 31oi:tox inxs Ai.iiAxr corxrv, AndSt'ite Couimltteeman Ilurnea Will Hue. c-ecd Hlmrir-I'nd of it Hot I'lElit. Al.iu.vr, Sept. lO.-.Stuto Commltte-man Darnes Is happy. He end Ids friends huvc fig ured nut that he Is a winner, and that he will succeed lilm-clf ns state Committeeman from Albany. The fight at the primaries up in Co hoes and Wntcrvllet this evening was a hot one. (iood Hepubllcnn money went to purchase votes at 5" each. The jsills were open between (1 and 0 o'clock. The primaries were to select delegates tothedls trlct Convciitlo.i which will name delegates to the Statu Convention. Comptroller Itoherts wanted to get the delegates to the State Conv en. i tli in. Mr. llarnes wanted to capture tbcm tor ' Mr. Dlatt. Tlnct v.w tlie reason money flowed like water InCohoe" and Wuterv Hot after the shndes liegan to fall to-night. When the count was purtiully mado the autl.Dlatt men gave up the ghost. Ihcrnes tlgurel that he hair carried the First, Scxond. Third, and Fifth wards of Cohoes. and thu Fourteenth and Seventeenth districts of Watervllet. His enemies acknowledged It. Thlswill glvo llarnes n total of Vlout of the 4dwbowlll plcct tlii, district rnniilt,in o.,, gates. The delegates to be named, with thoo he has already gained from All'nnj, will gho I hlta n possible representation of 14 out of '-.', j w ho will select tho eight btate Convention dele l gute-c. The fight has been looked forward to by all the Iiolltlclans of the sttto as an evidence of the strength of Mr. Itoberts outside of Krie unci vicinity counties. It is a severe blow to Ids (iiibernatorlnl hopes, as he wanted tlie Albany county delegates I adly. It being tlr-t on the list when the roll Is called, would give him an introduction to the Conven tion. Wben Allinn) county Is called It vv tiler) for Levi I. Morton. oi7-r.i Helnrlrh Karl Ilrngsrh (Ilrugsch Pasha), the eminent philologist and Kgyptologlst, died In ! Herlln yesterday. He wns born In thnt city on Feb, in, lhST, and before leaving the gymna sium showed a fondness for Egyptological studies by writing n Latin treatise on the I)e I mollc writing and other cssavs. His early pub lications attracted the uttentlon of Alexander von Humlsildt and King Frederick William l, who assisted him to finish his studies In Derliu. In lhj:i e made his first visit to Egypt, his expenses lielng defrayed by tho King, nnd was present at some of the Important excavations made by the French arrhueiloglat. M. Marlrtte. Upon his return to Herlln, In 1H34, he wa made Drlvut-docent In the Egyptological Museum there. In 1837 he revisited Eg) pu and three years later became the historiographer of the I'rusil in Embassy lo I'ersia. Lihii the death of Huron Mlnutcdl, the Ambassador, he, for time, assumed the dlrec. tlnu of the embassy. At Lelpslc, In IHd-l.lie founded a periodical devoted to Egyptian arch-ic-olog), til publltatiou of which he coll tlnutil during n four years' residence at Cairo, to which placo he had lien appointed Drus. slan t onsul. In 1KUH he lcsine Professor , of Oriental lamguuges In the Cnlversity of linitiiigiu, and a )ear later tlie Khedlvoiuado I him director of ihe Egvptlau rullectinns at Itoulak. w;li the tlth'Ol Hey, and eubncquently that of I'ashu. He went to I'ersia again in lhaS, hikI then returned to Herlln. where, nine e 1KSU, ho has lectured at the university on Egyptology, l'rof. llrugse'h'sprlnelMl published wort Is the I "Dciuoth) und Illengi)phic Dlclionar)."whicli Is one ot the great sources of Information on ancient Kgyj t. Among his oilier wurks ares A i "History of Kj)pt." a "Demotiv Orammur," , " Materials for ihe Itecoiistrucilon of tin, Calcn durof the Am bnt Egyptians" " llvllginn-and Mvtl.olo.'y of the Ancient Egyptians." "Tho lifogriiphicul Inrctiptloftsof the Old Egyptian Moiiiiiiients," und numernus other leiirnecl works on the language, literature, and amino!, lie. of Egypt. Omn II. t rosb), who died Sunda) nt his home. Hit Kip n venue, Jersey City Heights, was l-or.i In smt hcat, Dutches county, N. V., eight). nine earsagu. Hecametotlilsi'tty whena)oiing iiiannnilkssiatccl in founding the Houston Strict I'nslijteri.-cii Church nnd later tho Thir-teenth street I'resterinn Church. He was ono of the touudi r of the Itergen I'resb) terlan Church lu Jersey t It). Mr. Crol) was an alailltionist, and. during the draft riots ill this cit) lu 1HII.I, nn Bin'iienii unci proirc uu u numoer or negroes who had tied to Jersey City tueMape the mob. Mr. Allele Halstead Trlppo of m-j South Ninth street, Newark, died on Saturday night of burr net Ived on the night of Aug. '.'1, when I. rciothlog taught tire while she wus lighting a lamp. l.e was regent of the Hosevllle Semi, liarv lortwentv-tlieyears. Col, Iru Trim', the mllllonuiir philanthropist of Serauton, i'u who died tun. years ago, wa. her bruther-ln-luw. Hrr agu wus (14 years, John D. (iishwn. a prominent Itenubllcan oli. lb Ian. dleit in Amsterdam, N. v.. yesterday. Hnl 40 )turs. He had been an Alderman and uMiiurtiViruf Mui.tgomsr) toanty. A family survives him. Innl Dunsandle died on last Friday. He was K4 yeursold. He was elected a representative t'err of Ireland in 1131. He hod one daughter. Ansel l.re. aged 80 years, died at the Spencer Hospital in Meudville, i'a.. irsterday, lie wu a cousin of the late Oen. HoUrt E. Lie, Mine Maperlnteadcnt Itryden Cauakt byarn l'sptolon. WitkEsuvmiE, Da., sept. 10. A terrific ex. plosion of gas ixcurrnl In 4 slope of thePennsyl vaulaCcjalCumpany at Dittstoa about noon to day There were a l.undrecl men at work In the colliery, but the) all managed tu escape to the surface, with the exception of Superintendent Andrew llrydeu. who was on a tour of Inspec. tlou He has not Iwu found. Searchers are now in the mine trying to find him. Cardinal Taaeacreau llsslcaa. Ql'K Sept. 10. Cardinal TascUereau hu resigned the Archbishopric ol Quebec, owing to falling health. and Jloaslguor tJtgin, coadjutor, will suuas the work. ' sJs4atatisaji ssssssasasssaxsBassssssssssasaaaaasaxasaasasaasxts Til J! WAR IX TBI! ORIEXT. ' A Chtaeae TransiMirt Hnak-TaetrNorihem Troop Hemmed In. Losno;, Hept. 10. The correspondent of ihe Central News at Shanghai telegraph, under to day's date that the Chinese transport ship Chenn.srhlle proceeding for Formosa, with 1,400 troops on board, wag wrecked at Cbetung. The soldiers and crew wero conrtyed to the shore In safety. A French matt steamer, about tosall for Ja pan, was tioardecl at her wharf In Shanghai by officials who Insisted on scarcldug the ship for Japanese passenger. It belnu asserted that a number of Jnptneso military officers who had been trained In Kurce w ere on their way back to Japan to enter active service. The French Captain refused to allow tits shlu to lie tenrched and threatened to ealln French war ship to his assistance If the Chinese officials persisted. The threat was effectual and tho Chinese retired. Three of the most powerful vessels of tlie Chinese southern squadron have been ordertsl to proceed to the liulfof Chlhlland Join the northern squadron. Chinescstcatnersat Shang hai aie being put under the protection of the llrltlshflag. Another despatch from Shanghai says the Chinese fortes In the northern part of Corea aro hemmed l:i by Japanese and, being without sup pllc, are obliged to kill their cavalry horses for food. Alt of the foreign employees In tho Jap anese doek)ards nre being dismissed, prcsum ably to conceal the extent of the Injuries sus tained by the Japanese war ships lu recent en gagements with the Chinese, Tho Japanese cruiser Yayeynma has been docked nt Nagasaki for repairs. Tho dock Is carefully guarded, and no foreigners aro per mitted near It. Japanese advices ay that the Eraeror and the Japanese Ministers of War and Marino have gone to Hiroshima to observe the embarkation of large detachments of troops which are being sent to the seat of nnr, A despatch to the limn from Shnmrhai says ttiat Corenn retKirtnagrrowlth those iTlbe (id tieso concerning the defeat of tbo Japanese trisips nt In tu ni; Klver. Wounded Japunesu soldiers nn, arriving at Chemulpo thill). A despatch from Shanghai say that, accord ing to statements of Chinese cintclala, tho Japan tse war ship Hlyel. nftcr an engagement with thu Chinese i miser Chen Yuen, tank while en deavoring to reach Japan In order to mulce re pairs. Wasiii.mitox. Sept. 10. A telegram wns re rrlv rtliit the .lnuin,. Legation to-diiysnnouiic-lug thai the Klupenir would tako up his resi dence at Hiroshima on the Kith lust., and that the headquarter o the army and navy would lie moved to that plnce from Toklo. Hiroshima I it largo town on the Inland sea, nNiut 3311 mile from Toklo. It has hitherto leen used as the base of operations for the movement of troops and supplies toCorrnnnd other points, and the action of the Kmporor In taking up his residence there Is thought to In dicate Ids intention of personally superintend lug active operations at this isdnU ns near tho scene of Inutilities n practicable. Tho H)drograpliii Officeof tin-navy tins Just l"ic-d nn accurate inip of foren and the chlneso cus'.suloug tlm Velloow Sea and tililf of Chlhll. compiled from tho latest .surv eys. Every ham- let aim rouu in e orea issnowti nnu I lie islands and ship i haiii.els approaching the vnrlous ports are Itnllrated with mlnulcletulis never before contained In a chart of that part of the world. T.vtcivtA. Wash.. Sept. 10.- Officers of the stinmerSIkh report that the steamer Mogul, w hoso place on the Northern 1'uclllc line was taken b) de S'kli. has been pun he-ed by the Jniuiiieso on eminent, and is now manned by Japanese nfilcers nnd crew. Tho price Is rc liorled to huvc been 173.000. Tho .Mogul will lm use-el as a transport or bo refitted for n irulscr. Tho Sikh's officers heard that the Japanese (iovertiment bad given a steamship inmpaii) S'.'.UOO.OOO wltti which to purchase steamers. im: itviw.or romc ix i.irv.nvooi.. He Lays the Corner Mtone of the Xew Post Office and Mnkea u Wpeecli. I.nxnox. Sept. 10.-The Dukoof Vork to-day laid the curlier stone of the new Liverpool Post Office. He spoke nt somo length on the recent improvement of England's mercantile marine. The rec ord pasnge of 3 days 8 houVa and :I8 minutes from Sandy Hook, he said, remained to the credit of tho English ship, equlpiml with English machinery, and manned and com manded by Englishmen. Tho nation waft Justly nroud of tbo mtlendld riiiL'lUh ri,.r vlilrri w,.nM provesuchavaliiiibleauxlllary to tlm navy In time of war. He congratulated Liverpool upon maintaining Its place as one of the finest cen tres of foreign trade. The magnificence of the hartior, wharves, and docks wo due to the wis- I duoi und foresight of Llverimol's rltizens. if these citizens should work In the future with , tlie eplrlt they hail shown In tlfe ptst. they could not fall to retain tlie trads whlcli they ' had gained, , An engrossed address and a silver service were presented to the Duke nnd Duchess In St. Oe-irgc's Hall. The streets nre decorated i elulsirr.tely. Every appearance of the Duke and Duebeas during their snort visit has been the signal for an enthusiastic demonstration. CRIHfl'S XOTAtlLE- SPEECH. Muny Think It Suggests m Coming Cntler. staiidluic with the Vutleun. HovtcScpt. 10. Premier Crispl Inaugurated In Naples to-day tho memorial erected In honor of King Humbert's visit to the city during the ! cholera epidemic of 1HH4. Hs mods a notable speech, beginning with an historical review of recent Italian politics and closlngwltliadoclarn. tlon astothesoeialproblcmsof to-day, especially I the revolutionary movement. The social system I was now passing, he said, through a momentous crisis. The situation liad become so acute that l It see-mrd absolutely neceisary for civil and re. llglous authority to ttnito and work harmonl. , ously against that Infamous band on whose i Hag w ere Inse titled the words"N'o Ood.no King." ; Ihls band had declared war on society. Let I society accept the declaration nnd shout back I tho battle cry. " For Hod. King, anil Country." The politicians and clergy here regard this speech as the weightiest utteranoe of years. Its whole letter und spirit, they say, suggest tho , approach to an understanding between the ttuvenimcnt and tho Church. HEfEXniXO THE CEXTllEtlOAItn. Col. MaadersoB Maya They Mhould II I'acd, but Vot In Deep Water. London. Sept. 10. Col, Saundcrson, M. P., will have a letter In to-morrow'a Tfinu defend Ing the centreboard. The Vigllant's accident, ' he says, was not due to her board, but to the negligence with which It was fitted. Vet he does not advocate centreboards In deep water, because tho new style of a racer Is virtually a vessel with fixed Uianl. It is so heavily welghtul, hu argues, that It has all the merits of a board without the defects. " On a recent cx'caslon, when t lie Herman Em peror asked my opinion whether he should place a board in Ids new ) acht," writes Col. Sounder son, " I strongly advised a fixed keel." A Ulalstrrtal Uajorlly la Hpala. Mauiiiii, Sept 10. -The provincial elections held to-da) were not accompanied by any dis turtances. A Ministerial majority Is assured. Although the count has not been finished, the election of nine Orvernmrnt candidate and three Hepublicans has beeu announced aa cer-tain. Dutch Victories In '.oiabok, AM6TI.HIIAM, Sept, 10. Tho Dutch artillery has wrecked TJakra, Nexra, and Mataram, the capital of the Island of Lonibok, The llalinese Minister DJilantlk has fled tu Hall. I Admiral Klrklaad la I-oudoa. Loxiion, Sept. 10,-Admlral Klrkland, V. S. I N., who succeeds Admiral Erben, with his stuff, I arrived at Ii) mouth to-day on board tho steamer Drumniond Castle. Admiral Klrkland proceeded at once Ut Iindon. but his staff will remain uu board the steamer until the arrival of a sp-xial permit tor their lauding from the Thames customs uuthorities. The Admiral's rirsoual tuYcis were transferred on hoard the nltxl btates cruiser Chicago without the usual search. Tha Meat that laslmlr-Perter Vacated. Pa uts, Sept. 10.- An election took place in the department of Nogent-sur-Sclne to fill the seat In the Chamber of Deputies vacated by the election of M. Casimir.Perler to the Presidency. The candidates wero M. Edmond Itoberts (Mud. crate Hepubllcaul, who received 4.0M votes, ii. Uachlmont litadical;. who received 3.3dl. and M. Paul iSoclullstl, whose total vote was 1.1H3. As neither candidate received a majority ol the votes cast a rtbslkit will bo necessary. The New Panama Caaal Eat era rise. IjkUis,Sept. 10. la an interview with a re. porter of the VnUtd Prttt to-day M. Gautron, the liquidator of the atfal-s of the Panama Canal Company, said that tlie date of the new Issue of bonds had beeu postponed to Sept, at', when securities to the amount of 30.0t)o.000 francs will U offered. It was not probable, he said, that a technical commission would b sent to lb Isthmus. WANTS HARVARD DIVIDED. BEcttETAitr noLt.Es t'Aroitn HEV. EHAL SHALL COLLEGES. Ha Adroeatea the lagllsh Cnlversity Plan aa Remedy for the Drove lag niHrnltlee Arialaa; n-csn the ill-fat Increase In the X amber f Htndenta Under One Chair. Hosrox, Sept. 10. The September number of the llorrdrti Orctdiuifrs' Mnotitlne will print on article written for It by the late Frank llolle. Secretary of the university. Just before his death, In which it Is proposed to split Harvard up Into severnt small college, somewhat on tho Oxford University plan, each to consist of S00 students, each to have Its own dean nnd to he governed by Its own administrative Hoard, each to hav o Its own dormltorle. Its own dining hall and rending room, and other buildings. Names are suggested for tlie variouscollegestllolworthy College, Wadsworth College, IJulncy College, and Agassis College. ' In September of last year Mr. Holies, In re. vlewlnit the preceding college j car In the mngn Ino of which ho was tho university editor, threw out n hint of what was In his mind, though so casually that It waa hardly noticed. " There nro those," said heat thnt time. " who believe that Instead of allow Ing Harvard College to grow more and more unwieldy from year to year, its riemberhlp should K- restricted and new tolleges for men formed n round It, each of tho new i ollecc-s to have Ita own administrative Mosul, hut to hold the some relation to the faculty of arts and sciences which the old college holds and all to stand In the samo relation to the governing boards. Those who favor this poi Icy of sub division believe that tho division nf the stu dents into tolleges ntid their consequent dis tribution among certain dormitories nnd dining halls would go far toward solving the huge so cial problem which now perplexes students nnd their friends. In his latest paper he savsi "The trouble to da) Is that the administrative tiiachlnir) In tiso Is not cnpablo of doing all that is and ought to he expectisl of It. This trouble will grow greater as tho college! gains In num ber and the dormitory system ixpands, yet them Is no wa) suggested ror making the future safe-. Harvard College, with one- Denti and one administrative Hoard, cntinot In reason be held resiotisblj for tho health, mural, and studies of l.tl.vi tuilenis. Its present Dean, self.sncrlt'rlng and conscientious lo a fault. Is exhausting his strength in attempting to do equal Justice and kindness lo this ami), nearly onc-thlrd of which change each v ear." Mr. Holies closes by sa)hgi 'From those to whom lliesn criticisms utid suggestions do not commend tliemselvcx I gladly withdraw them, and In tnclr place present n bare fact as It must lm seen by nil who know the college: In 1H40 the collr-e con tained '.'3ii students: In 1N30, ann, m lwio, 43d: In IhTO, (lull; In lRHii, HOO; in imio. 1.:I00: In 1MI4. l.iliio. Whnt will be-it membership In lliuo or in 11)30 1 At the latter tlm-. If tlie rato of growth nnd our present administrative sv stem ore maintained t lie Dean and Hecorder of Harvard ( dirge will be eronnlly enring for H.iiOO Individual", with all of w horn they will ho presumed to havo an Intelligent acquaintance." A ItEAD SHOT AT TH'EXTV PACES. The Canse nnd Ueantt of Iter Fatal Iluel lie. listen Two .Millionaire. Citv or Mexico, Sept. :t. Interest In the Verategul-Itom. ro duel, which was fous'it nearly a month ago. Is kept allv o by the revela tion of new fact. Eight nf Verastegul's kins men hav u sworn to uvenge. his death, and are trying to fnrco Homero to meet them succes sively with pistol. They ay they will call him out until one of them puts him nut of tho way. It Is now known jsithcl) that Mrs. Ilarnjaa, nlfcof JuanZ. llarajas.u commission mtrrhant. was the cnuc of the meeting. She Is almut thirty years old nnd a handsome woman. Jn6 C. Verastegul, tho Commissioner of Internnl Ilevenue, and Congressman Frnnclsco Homero, lioth millionaires, were horla-st friends, but un til shortly before the duel neither knew that tho other f requently visited her. Homero no sooner learned of her friendship for Verastegul than he warned him ngulnst call Ing again. Verastegul took lm notice of the warning, nnd one day the rivals met in Mrs. Harnjas's house. There was a scene, followed by a most Insulting letter from Homero to Vernste- rul. In which the former Insisted on a duel, eny ng that If the latter would not fight the letter would be published. Verastegul thereupon con sulted his friends, who advised him to fight. He i-.iu so. wun me rerun already Known. At the stipulated distance of twenty paces Homero was a dead shot, whereas Verastegul was a very poor shot at any range. At tha shooting gallery on San Felipe stret tho figuro of a mun's head, cut out of cardboard, may bo seen. It Is llternlly riddled with bullets. These perforations were mado by Deputy Fran cisco Homero at twenty paces, firing at the word. A letter "C" may also bo seen there, which was formed with bullets tired by the same gentleman. Until are regarded as evidences that It was simply suicide for Verastegul to stand beforu Homero at tw cnty Daces. 1HEO OX A FEltltmo.lT. lira. Illulrh's Child Was Head When She Uclteved It Wns Asleep. A poorly dressed woman carrying n child in her arms alighted from the 10 o'clock boat at the (Irani street ferry house )csterday morning and sank down on a seat In the woman's waiting room. In reply to onu of the boat hands, whu asked her if anything wns the matter, she said that the lathy was sick and that she had carried him until she was tired out. "I started for Ilrownsvllle. East New Vork." she said, "hut the buby ne ted so queerly that I decided to go homo again. He's quieted down now. so I guess I won't have any more trouble." A few minutes later, while tho ferry hotiso was llilcsl w Ith pasiengers alighting from nu In coming boat, the woman left her sent and surfed with thu crowd for tlie street. One of lite pas. sengers noticed that the child's face was very white and called the mother's attention to It. The woman worked her way out of tho crowd, and, unwrapping the shawl in whlcli the baby was rolled, held Its faceup to the light. Then she scrcomeci and staggered across the risim tn a srat. A policeman w ho went to her usslstonce discovered thut the child was dead. " He must have died on the bout," sobbed the distracted mother. " I thought he had gone to sleep, II was not even sick when I left home." She said that she wns Mrs. Solomon lllutch of .13 sheriff street, nnd that the baby was live months old. HTXA.UITE OVX TESTS OYER. A Hhcll Thrown II.IOO Yurd In the Final Teats-To Ilrport .Vow. The final tests of the pneumatic battery at Sandy Hook were held )ekteril.i) afternoon be. fore Lieut. Heath of the Ordnance Hoard and H. T. Kingman, President of the Pneumatic Torpedo Construction Comjiany, and W. De B. Wllmot. Frank Creelraun. and Capt. John Ka pler. The tests of yesterday were the final ones on the tight-Inch gun. Ono shell containing fifty pnundsof nltro gelatine was thrown for an ex treme range test. The contract distance called for was 3.V00 yards. The shell was thrown more than 3,400 ) arils. Then three shells, each containing a like charge, were thrown to watch tlie fusu action. Iheso shells were thrown 1.300. "U0o, and il.3011 yards respectively The final test was made with a shell of regulation size, but fllltd with sand and 14 pounds of rifle powder Instead of thu iiitro-gelaliue. This shell was thrown too yards to test the manner of explosion. The full Ordnance Hoard w 111 meet to-duy at sandy Hook and formulate Us report on the tests. The Hcunlon of Christendom. LoMMix, sept, 10. Cardinal Vaughan, In opening the Catholic Conference In Preston to day, spoke concerning the reunion of Christen, dcim. The movement has been so rapid In tlm Anglican Church within the last fifty )ears. la said, that It had been dltllcult tu distinguish often tlie Human and Anglican Church. The motement wa spreading fast lu tho United Kingdom. HtambuloO" to He Impeached. I.ONHOX, feept, 10, The .MVmuVircrs rorrespon dentin Vienna says: "One nf the present Hal gartsn Ministers writes that the new Scbraiiye will formally Impeach ex-Premler Stamhuh.ff for squandering the public, money, part of which he Is charged with appropriating to his own use. It Is helleved that, the impeachment alms to compel btarabuloff to sue for mercy from Prince Ferdinand." Mr, Hayard Belarus to f-oadoa. Lonixjk, Sept. 10. Ambassador Hayard re turned to-day front a four weeks' cruise in the JL!lerr,i"n' Mr. Ila)rd Is In the bc.t of health, and sa s he thoroughly enjo) ed his out- A Break la Ihe Third Aveau Cable, The cable on the up-town track of the Third Avenue lUllroad parted at 11 o'clock last night somewhere between the power house at Sixty, fifth street and the termlntuat 120th street Tha ears wet o blocked for an hour on thV utVtowS track, and horses hsd to bo employed C taka tutU UlU PW" M IlMln rmrxEX j.t coxrxxnox. The Brotherhood Brains lie Tvro Weeks Coaelave nt Hnrrlsbnnc lUnntsni-RO. r Sept. lO.-The (rrealest ta bor demonstration ever seen In this city took place nt the Opera House to-night. It was the biennial public meeting of the Urothcrhood of Locomotive Firemen, nnd was the feature of the opening day's proceedings of tho Convention. All the prominent labor leaders were present and made brief addresses. Including Samuel Oompers, President of the American Federation of Labor: T, V, l'owderly. ex-tlencrol Master Workman of the K.of Ut E. E. Ciark.Ornml Chief Conductor nf tho Order of Hallway Con doctor Edward A. Sloscley, Secretary of the Inter-State Commerce Comml'slon, and Urnnd Muster Sargent, who dwelt at length on the principles of the Hrothcrliood and benefits of union. Attorney-Oeneral Henscl was present as thn representative of Oov, Pat tlson. nnd delivered an address in which ho praised the Brotherhood nnd extended fcreetlngs. Mayor Eby was also present and welcomed tlie delegate nnd visitor. Ho presented the free dom of the city In tho shopo of a wooden key three feet long. , Orand Master Sargent relwrt was submitted nnd tho session n' rupled tbo w heile dav In Its consideration. It Is n comprehensive history of the operations nf the Brotherhood for tho last two )eur. and embraces Inuc b or Interest to the organization. Including all tho farts tonnectrd with the Vnn Arlmr und Lehlsh Vnllev strike. the relations of the A met linn Hallway L'nioti and lli llmtlit rli'Mxl, recommendation regard ing change in the constitution, nnd the man agement nf tin several funds. He wants n new editor and manager for the rrrmnV.WiMtb'i In place of Eugene V. Debs, who has not been con ducting the uflli'lal Journal Inn ninnner pleasing to the HrotlierliiHsl. The ri'isirts of the trustee nnd the Orand Sec retur) nnd Tteastirer show the Hrotherho'sl to be in tlie most prosperous condition. There aro nearly "7.w0 memler nnd a surplus In the treasury of tiearlv $80,000. During tho Inst two years over St.WWiOO Ims been paid out In ills nblllt) und dinlli claim. Ihe reinvention will to In session two weeks. The sentiment of tin, delegnte Is against the American Hailwny Colon, which Is regarded as an enemy of tho organization. SOFT COAL IX EAST XEir TOItK. .one Island Kallisny Also Complained of Tor Other sUNaneea, A petition was presented yesterday to the Brooklyn Bonn! of Aldermen from a large ntim tier of residents In the East New York district protesting against the manner In which tha Long Island Hnilroad Is operated. Not only does tho company, it Is alleged, uso oft coal, but. by nltowlng the constant ringing of Iwlls and blowing of whistles. It dlsturlm tho rest nnd comfort of the residents of the neigh borhood. Vestn nvenue nnd the Eastern Parkway Is the territory said to lie most atlllrtril by the nuls.m e The petition was referred to the Hallroad C-.-:i:.lttcc. Violent Wind Ntorra. Wateiitow x. N. V., Sept. 10. A storm of wind and rain, accompanied by lightning, swept ovcrthlscct!onthls morning, razing theelghty foot spire of the Baptist church nt Belleville, overturning a large covered bridge at Slather's Corners, breaking It In two, and causing much damage to orchards. The lightning drstro)tl Urge burns at Learvsvllle and nt Cun'on, to gether with their contents, the product of the harvest. ritiliiin 3fiotrIjJ. E!1?D 0,tl:S ItT&wm Pit 2cMr?rtlRffi kJiHCS W rl3irlFl K m 81 llmm ills mm hi: Emit llWMSMm mm Ebb! IIOTI'.I, MAIITY. Pelt tstilr d hole la New Vork city. Dinner fiOc.. lunch, tee., wine sort cotTelnclnded, W WIMT 1CT1I HT..fUlt.THAV. .Summer HtsorW. THE BEST LIST OF Summor Itcsorts IS FOUND IN The Sun. IIAILY AND SUNDAY NEW YORK. MIZZBBI TOP HOTEL, U'AKi:u HIM., IllTCHl'.SH CO., .N'.Y. OVES Til HO CO II OCT Nr.nT.HHCB. .N. r. IIOVVl; Proprietor. Pot timer address. Pawling N. V. HALCYON HALL, yin.i.iiitiioK. iiitiiiinsacouNTv7'. y. ' T OPEN UNTIL NOV. 7. TakcN. i.Lcutral loco a. m. wla tar. S. II It VALENTINE. Manager. CO UN WALL. O.N IIL'IlMlS. CLIFF HOUSE. Select board, flue Ita'atlon i open till Nnte-nhc r. tl. J.FLANACIAN. ID.Ntl IHI.A.ND. OCEAN "HOTEL. Mil ItOCKAWAV, l I..' srennnnodalluusfur K4u b'ur.tsi kus. runuing wster, sewersge to orcsn, new stable, lumn.i.llou. etslU, , andsuiiliar) luiprDiciiirats. Water u. d In Hilt u.tei ' It n lered. St uu eii.iiscor sevetsl Iruudnsl d.ilUr., byl'ntiriir Ulier Address 1'hTkl, IV MAUI Hit' CATSItll.!, MUlVr.UNS. CATHKILirailll TAIS. - UUkiitoiu Itctrral lliiuar, . .rtS.y",t,LS lownnraiorhrpiruilwr lrebniila sad nshlng. raiid ii.oiiiiutii wcuerjr, bull rlevailou. ".J lMthlUI.Ilcli.ni iirrtiiconui),N V. m: dctiHKi, A--$5 Per WeeUor Sept. and Oct. Vurt) SJe.ls .Sept. 10. JtOf.VTAiNS 1,100 fet! Sl'f.J.'.u";", tre. tnsliforstlngiiMiuntsin ir, mJ )4ALAIlU.&nill,Ti from New YorSl.yrall. It. H faro M rruts, ab..v villsse, IhiliJ llNl!u,vVN tenuis, cru-pin, lct.E lioullug alio, plauo n lr, llna wilki ami driers, low rals fir lHUVIMI. Uautlful Uke.gea. rsrlnc. I.AHC1E PIAZZAS; fcuod lrd: ul! JV.?1?1,'.,9- superior isble. srcouiuio.Uirs no; Mi LUlLbltiiN unurr ta irarsUkea, New Vork r.fer. cnee Head for Illustrated elreuUrs. Mccittnu Sun. HHIHtUMi IIUI SE. bnarta. N.J. IIi.MYI.VAMA. " "" DKr,.W.Ilr: WATKlt J.1, f, THE KITTATINNY, NVsViLVr ttTc..Tera.Te'i xxtwsw tirffz t,ad;'a '",'- wfc " "'"' Couutrtj jaoard. AT Pt-KAHAXT HI 1,1. lAUsl" IIOl'Mat lour tallcs Crop Ucla ware W.ir Clap. l")o"ciiiioT2 KnU.t'' C0"' board. pl--nljr of f rult. VeiVtiwit 1 from itu laru. SO s weca. ttnuia w 5 Kt;NtJY.tartiillCn?konrU2i!oiy. I'.UDrVclWsahiattoB.L.l, WW HANG lM ON ' In Ihe nnttelpstlns sf lower prices for CABPKTS. Tries np, bow at the erj- bottom. A full line nr Ids new patterns la every strdds oft uinet Is now rend) for Inspeetloa. J. & J. D0BS0N, 2 East 14th Street. 3ivniEUi:n nv a iiumi.s Halvntor Delta Insnlleil Mr. Feronin 114 Mile Htnbbrd llllll. I'ATKttsox. Sept. 10. -tt seems to be 1 rts a now that Salvator Delia, who vv.ts sup.wl (0 have been killed while playing ( arris on Mitmar night at 1711 Madison street, was reall) Idled ,r a woman. The story told to-day Is td 11 Io-Iia left the card party and went to the ap.irtinetits of I'nolo rVrnnta. Tldnklnu thnt Fcrnnra Mas absent, he mado an Insulting proisilt.ni to Mrs. Keranzn. Her husband, who was in un ftlj. Joining room, hcanl this, and entered the Moaj w hen Ills w Ifc nnd Delia wero fighting l'irvu Is said to havo put a knife In her hand, ss) ing. "Kill him." Delia wns stabbed In the breast, the knife severing the lower part of the heart and is-us-tratlng his breast fully nlno Inches. Ths wounded man staggered from the num. slung the hall to his own room, sank Into a chair, and rolled off from that to the floor, dead. The jsilico hnve traced blocs! stains from Feranza's apartments to Delia's room. An at tempt had been mado te efface these mark h washing the floor. Detective Magre found ths knife behind a mantel In Feranza's kitchen. It was made from a file, ground sharp on ths edgrs and at the point, and fitted with an old file handle. It Is blood-stained. Mrs. Kern nia has disappeared. Her husband was arrested. He ntid the four men arrested last night aro held ns prisoners. Killed While LooklnR for Moo?) Hurled la Ihe Hula ofs Ilurnrd IInur. Lascastch, I'n.. Sept. 10. The house of Jacob C. Gartzcr, In .Sappho township, was struck by lightning .Saturday and com pletcly dest ro) ed. It was known that S100 In cash was in the house when It was burned, and yesterday a number of )oting men wero ecarchinp In ths ruins for the miner when the wall fell In and 1 Instantly killed John Elsenberger. aged IS years. Another boy was slightly hurt. msmm llmmmmM H Mm 1 1 HOTEL MAJESTIC, Centrst Psrk West. Td to 71st St.. New York, will ooeo tvt t. This magaineent hotel, situated la ons of the Durst resident portions of the city, offers moit deilrabla accjaimodatlons for families who wlsti toavOld tna cares of housekeeping. EVEHY BOOM HAS AX Ol'TXIDE VIEW. rtnoms and suite may lie secured with or without furniture, and br tha mr or for a shorter period, at 1000 upward per annum. Including tight, heat, and attendance. )teals will be served oa tiie 1' Asir.KIC.lN AND r.CHOPKA.N 1'l.ANS. The vartnus appointments are un such a scale as to make thn Malovilx th flnsct hotel la this counter For accommodations apply at lh hotel. HICIIAKU II, hTKAKNS, Managing Dlrsetor. grsf?TTTT. VENUOME, v Broadway and 41st St., New York, 50 UOOMN. HINOI.K ANII EN NVITE. WITH DAT1I AND TOItET. Tne MARLBOROUGH COVKltH THE ENTIIIE III.IK'K ON lllttl.VIMVAV URTWEC.N UOTII AMI JI7TII HTSs.,ANIICO.NTAIXi40O 1IOOSIM, oo or wiih ii .mi: ni.stw.i: nouui tITII BATH. Tin: JIAIILIIOROL'GU UEST.1UR.UT. OX TIIE COUXEIt III' IIUOAOWAT axh ann ht., is xori:it for TiTi EXCEI.I.EXI E OP ITts CVIssIXE, Ml'. I'CUIOtt MEIIVK 1, AMI I'AIU r"Jtlt i:h. Horn tiiisii: iioTiu.N aue im,v MIXATEII I'.XTIHEI.V WITH EI.Ef. THU I.IOIIT. AHE FIKrsT CI.AHM IN i:t:itv iiEsii.-r. axh akk max. AIJEII IXIIEU THE I'lIHKO.V.Vl, HC. I'EKVIMION or THE OWXEH. LOUIS L. TODD. VMs" VORK IIOTEI. Urodaar, op)u. Hon.!. i TaW d'hote, luclu llug veine.Soc.lW dMlxat'la rini rjte moderate hi radinn tlutrls irtut nt usim - - -- '-- -WS7 r s ss s a V falu lurt) uauut;atuy. f orri(in Hotel. HOTEL VICTORIA LONDON" Oueof tl.r l.i.l inagnlrufct hotels la Turot.-llhMl.migJIl,r""'"'-"'',i', '"""'"t J ctrte r.JTW'. "" ! y"y n"r TU! dtiou at s-t v W,.Utt, '"W, U ,oh " c "feu to u.'li le. auu.tbK- "Jf "d"T.d isrltt djrtiif ih w.ni.f oulit. of rooms for families. rururiiisapi) u, Uauager. CAR FARE SAVED. 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