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bHiw Uhl Till $mfmr S1XlL r v,r,k "a " v"w"! Jill rnn so mLf M ms ftmrtNttJPBK VBMPi 0tt J&9L M- m& Fftlr! showers touthaatteriy 3' iFr! I lr " J BP, T MUHHEajlnUP fy WW.W WW to northwe-torly winds. wf'SS TOL. LXIV.m 310. jjEW yoRIC, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1897.!0PYIUGHT 1897, BY THE SUN PRINT1NQ AND PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION. PRICE WO CENTS.' ftufil NOW SUE SUES MRS. LOWE. riion xaa onuses aarasR. tss Alleges That Rn Lewe, tY Waa th C rf.p.ndent In IB Blvoro Ball Vf-ie- Hr liu.lmnd Want to Hat a Haaaaaad. Alloa .ltd the Arroctlons af Biv CralkshanU. Thi domeetlo troubles In tb family of Dr. TvillUni J. Orulkshank of Brooklyn havo taken another tarn. Papers hove been served In a tult for M),iW damages begun by Mr. Cralkthonk tralnit Martha Dorlon Lowe for th alienation, , el tho doctor's affection. Mr. Lowe ti very mil known In Brooklyn. Bho la the daughter ot the late Sidney Dorlon of Fulton MarkoU She U quite prominent as a singer. Bho It regularly soesged by one of the ohurohea there. She llres at present at BOS Throop aTonne. She u tho corotpondent In the suit for llTon-o which Mrs. Crulkshank prosecuted and von against her husband lust year. This (act, rowovor, was known only to the friends ot '' tin Interested partloa and to the referee and coutif d In the dlvoro case, for tho testimony In the tult was taken In private, and when the secret of divorce was (ranted with an order (or 913 a week alimony for Mrs. Crulkshank all the testimony and all the papers In the suit were liiltd ur by order of the Court. It wis some weeks after the divorce had been granted botoro the thing was centrally known, and then, owliur to the promlnenco ot Dr. Orulk- ' thtnl, there wns a mild sensation. Bat the talk died out quickly, and the affair was almost forgotten when Mlrabeau Ii. Towns, who had taken Ur. CrnUuhank's brothor'a place as the doctor' counsel, applied to Supreme Court Jus tice Dickey for lcav to reopen the case. He CM a couple ot hundred paces of affidavits, which were to the effect that vat the time toe ult was tried Dr. Crulkshank was sufforlng (rem nervous prostration and other thins, and hit mind was unbalanced, due to the worry that tht tult had caused, and he had not pro Hated the defence that he was capable ot presenting. The papers In this case wero served tn Mra. Orulkahank by her husband on June 25. Ilenry . Fnmkonberg and Almct B. Latson ad vised her that the court had no jurisdiction to reopen the case, and wantod her to fight It on that line. Mrs. Crulkshank insisted, however, that all question ot Jurisdiction be) waived. Bhe , said she could not rest under the imputation that she had taken advantage ot any Illness on ,er husband's part, or any state ot mind he may ave been in, in order to secure the divorce. Bho filed Jnat one affidavit In answer to the 200 pages that tho doctor presented- That ono covered one typewritten page, It was to the point. It aid. referring to the divorce suit: ', "That this action was commenced only after this deponent had with her own eyes seen the guilt of tho defendant, and. that, In the light ot the personal knowledge thus obtained, she has ' no hesitancy in characterizing the denials and l float ot innocence contained In these moving affidavits as utterly, absolutely, and unquali fiedly false, and in so doing is not dopendent ' upon any hearsay testimony whatsoever. with this affidavit before Justice Dlckey.Mra. Crulkshank'a counsel himself made tho motion to reopen tho case as Dr. Crulkshank wished, and on this motion the Justice made an order. He directed that anew trial bo had in October this year and he ordered that Dr. Crulkshank par his wife 8300 (or counsel tees. Ho also ordered, that Mrs. nruikshank have permanent custody ot their child and that the doctor con tinue to pay the alimony. The papers in the suit for damages ngalnst Mrs. Eowo wore drawn up at once and were served immediately after the orders for the re 'i opening ot the case was granted. Mrs. Crulk shank'a friends said that if the doctor wanted a , light she would give It to him. In her complaint ,"",, t this case Mrs. Crulkshank says: .JrV"That the defendant, Martha Dorlon Lowe. . conspiring nnd contriving; and wrongfully, s wickedly, and unjustly Intending to Injure this '-, nllntlf iHfl ilfpHvpliiw of tusucemfort and tellqwahii and assistance of the said William J. Crulkshank, her husband, and did alienate and destroy his affection for her, this plaintiff, and, with Ilka Intent, at divers times prior to the 11 Ih day ot June, 1890, and persistently through a period of many months prior thereto, and on the 11th day of Juno, 1S9Q. and on divers other days and times since that day, wrongfully, wickedly, and unjustly debauched the said William J. Crulkshank, being the husband of this plaintiff, whereby, and by reason whereof, tho affection ot tho said 'William J. Crulkshank tor fcer, this plaintiff, and for their said child, was alienated and destroyed, and also by reason whereof this plaintiff has wholly lost und bcu deprived of the comfort, fellowship, society, aid, sad assistance of her said husband, William J. Crulkshank, in her dooiestlo affairs, and the tare, maintenance, and education ot her child. which this said plaintiff ought to have had and ttherwlss would have had. and hassuffored treat distress ot mind, to the dama-o ot this plaintiff in tho sum of $00,000." Mrs. Lowe's answer to these allegations will be an absolute denial of every charge. It bos not yet bean filed. lira. Cruiksnank's father, C. D. Foster, is a Bercoant of the park police in Brooklyn. He said yesterday that Dr. Crulkshank bad abused bit wife tor ten years beforo sho applied (or the divorce. lie safd: . .... "He repeatedly threatened to take her child from her and place the baby where the mother would sever seo it again if she ever undertook any lasral proceedings against him; but it wss only after she had witnessed his Infidelity that sho went to seo hor counsel and subsequently cams to me for advice and to Mt me what I could do in the matter. I took the case In hand and secured the e vldenco which convicted Crulk shank and Mr. Martha Dorlon Lowe, The case did not eg by default of either defendant or co respondent. Doth were aware of the impending dli o-co proceedings long boforo the papers were ' served. "Dr. Crulkshank came to me on Sunday, June 21, '80, and begged me to Intercede for him and Induce his wife to return to htm. I referred httn to nor counsel, who, on tnat Sunday, in formed him in relation to tho dlvorco proceed ings and also that bis wife had been an eyewit ness to bis Infidelity. It was some time after ' this that the papers were served upon Dr. Crulkshank. The secrecy in the matter was wholly In tho Interest ot himself and his family, and was observed at trelr earnest supplication. They also desired us to confine our evidence to specification which would be sufficient to con vict. Ilepeated efforts were made by tho de fendant and his friends to effect areoonctllutiop. The Itev. Lindsay Parker called on me In his be t half, and stated that the defendant had con fessed his guilt to him In every Instance charged In the complaint. but he hoped to be able to reform him. and he wanted Mrs. Crulkshank to hold back the dlvoroo proceedings and put the doctor ; on probation for a year or two. My daughter and myself refused to consider this proposition. Mr reasons were that I (eared for her personal " safety." 3iA.ron mmitiBoya xlaob. !, Same One Fat Them Vs All Awry la Ills Ab- V. seac !Mm Uome. Cmcuao, July 6, Mayor Harrison went to :: Pelayan Lake yesterday, otter welcoming the Pan.Americans to Chicago, (or a quiet fourth ; of July. Next year he will celebrate at home or take Mrs. Harrison with him. When he re- turned to-day hs found that during his ab- tence the Stars and Stripes bad floated at half L toast over his bouse, and that a second mag V nltlccnt big American flag bad been floating i upside down In front ot his home, no had left i carotul instructions In regard to the display of " laps in order that no shadow of doubt might be cast upon tho well-established patriotism of the ,' family. Moreover, us chief executive of 1.000.- ; POO people, he deitred to set a proper example I in the matter ot patriotic decoration. All his plans counted for naught. Mr. Uairi- ipn nasumes thai his wife directed the decora tions, and In the interest of domestlo harmony ho maintained a discreet silenoo within the precincts of his bouse when b arrived at an farlr hour this morning. At bis offloe during the day ho was called to account by his neigh bon aild political advisers. The Mayor satisfied 11 by answering that the members ot his family in their haste to attest their patriotism had no tiuiii to attend to detail. QAQK PAID ma WAX, . Tas Secretarr Travelled Ue Violet, bat ret B at Undo Bam' Bxpeasav Wasni.YOTON, July 8. Becrstary dags ro ll turned to-day from a trip to Fort Monroe, Vs., V oa the lighthouse Under Violet, whloh Mr. rvflCa, Cleveland uted no frequently on bis Ashing ex ( cursiona. He was accompanied by Mrs. Gage, IB V? Wilson, the daughter of Secretary Wilton; IB 'Vf'"ntBccietarles Spalding and Vanderllp, SHltitTUMUtatlvoNowlands ot Nevada. Tbo B .Mil!,1 "ido her regular stops at lighthouses Hi fj" ?e-(lorr Ungs void tho expenses q his 'XZTB aiOlTAZZXtfOA BVOOZ8IU Wis ana Mtjr Cataaleata With Ctra Ughta Over Wsbt Mil. Far mora successful than the operators be lieved were the experiments In night signalling by means of colored chemical lights tent aloft on kit string conducted on Monday ovenlng on Governor's Island and at the New Jersey Oral at Bergen Point by Lieut. Wise, U. & A., and William A-Eddy ot Bayonna. Only the lack ot telephonlo communication on Monday night prevented the operator and their assistants from being wholly satisfied that they had dis covered and Interpreted the widely separated signals. Owing to the decrease In the wind after night fall, Mr. Eddy was unable to lift his signals to the high altitude he desired. He succeeded, how evor, in raising the lights to a hslghtot at least COO feet, and the signals were perolvd by Lieut. Wise on Governor's Island, eight miles distant. Mr. Eddy burned red and green lights at stated Intervals and to alttmaUd them that they formed a code of cipher. . Having thorough knowledge of the dlreotton In which to look for Mr. Eddy's light. Lieut. Wise found no difficulty in locating and reading thorn. Ho accordingly replied with bis signals, which were not discovered by Mr. Eddy's a ietant In .time to permit the reading of th oomjpleto signal, A powerful telescope was J ted by men, stationed In th attlo of the New erssy Athletlo Club' dabhons on tho Newark Bay shore, but they were at first unable to lo cate Lieut. Wise's lights, elthona-h th slrnals were found later and veriBrt by moans of to telescope. Tho experiments wer continued until almost midnight. Their achievement Is th first sue ceatful experiment conducted by the. novel method ther pursued. Unsuccessful attempt wire recently made In England. TRIED TO SHOOT UIS JtXECISS. aorta ald H Weoia Mill th Whale raaUlr. Baa Then Cemaaltteel aitictde, RaHWaT. K. J-, July a Conrad Davis, who Is tall to have lived in New York, was killed hero try a Pennsylvania Railroad train Sunday night, After ho had tried to shoot bit two nleoes, Annie and Mlnnlo Wernoke. Ho was a one-legged man, about 40 year old, over 6 feet in height, Ho cam her to spend the holiday with bit brother-in-law, Henry Wernoke ot 5 East Haslewood arenne, a blacksmith, whoso shop 1 In Jersey City. Davis drank a good deal yesterday, and after supper ho sat In front of the house for several hour. He was morose and muttered to him self. Wernoke retired early, but his daughters remained outside with Davis. About 10 o'clock Davis saw two men Quarrelling on the other side ot the street and began cursing at tham. Annie Wemcke tried to stop him. Davis pulled out a revolver and tired at her. The outlet prated her ear. Sho. screamed and ran, and Minnie Wernck clutched him around the neck. He tried to shoot her and said he would kill tbo whole family. The girl's screams brought Wernoke to her assistance and Davis hobbled away on bis crutch, throwing the revolver on the lawn. Policemen looked for Davis last night In Tain, but thla morning hi body was found on the railroad tracks. He had apparently committed suicide. Several trains had passed over him. cviticEsoT iiEFonar. Will HrUlnler Bcnel nil HHMie Daring Thla esslon r Walt Till Winter 1 WasniNcrroiv, July a H. H. Hanna ot In dianapolis, Chairman ot the Executive Com mittee ot the Monetary Conference, reached Washington to-day and will talk with Presi dent McCinley about the advisability of send ing to Congress the mcsico which Mr. Mo Kinley has written recommending th appoint ment of a Commissioner to devise a new bank ing and currency scheme, Mr. Hanna saw Secretary Gage this afternoon and will bare a talk nlih th President to-morrow. It la still uncertain whether tho message -will be eent-Ia. As told in The Bun the message was written In accordance with a pro mlse riven the mem bers of the committee of whloh Mr. Uanna Is Chairman, but the President and Mr. Oag bare come to the conclusion that better result can be obtained by allowing the Administration to prepare a scheme of currency changes and submit It to Congress at the next session in the form of a bill. Uoweier, Mr. Ilannsmby bavo succeeded in convincing the President that on evidence of good faith would be shown by sanding tho message at this time, but with out expectation of securing any action at this ic-islon. Mr. Hanna told to-night that he did net hops for action at this session, but would llhe to novo thine In readiness for the meeting of Congress in December. A special meeting of the Cabinet has been called for to-morrow. Thn mala question to be considered is tho advisability of sending to Con- freas the message prepared oy the President. t wns intended to bold tht regular Cabinet meeting today, but the President did not get bock in time. 8AX1ta.iiium nix ur iionrwjfo. ratlenU Carried Ont While the Billunr Was la Flame So Uvea LMt. CnATTANOOOi, Tenn., July 6. During a se vere thunder storm this afternoon the sani tarium ot Dr. It. P. Johnson, on Missionary llldge. was struck by lightning. Tho bolt hi t the bouse near the kitchen. George Williams, the cook, and Henry James, bis helper, were ren dered unconscious by the shock. The occupant of the building knew rrom the smell of burning wood that the house was on Are, and a ponle among tho Invalids ensued. Tho flames sprcaC rapidly, and the shrieks of the women could be heard for a long distance. There were a few cool heads among the men. and in a short time the sick ones were taken from theburnlnir building and cnrrled to a neigh boring house. Ho lives were lost. Dr. Johnson, the proprietor, was struck on the head by a piece of falllnr timber, but his Injuries ara not serious. Several others were slightly Injured. The build, tngwas erected several years ago at a coat of 810,000. The occupants lost nearly all their be longings. The aggregato loss will be over 820,000. Dr. Johnson come here from Akron, O. lie is a brother-in-law of Cob J. K. McUowan, editor of the Chattanooga Tinui. BPJtBB MAKES A ZOXO TJtTP OV XT. tnenld Bars neaebea Cberbour- rrent new Yrh en Saturday Last. Th North German Lloyd steamship Spree, which sailed from this port (or Cherbourg and Bremen on June vO, Is four days overdue at Cherbourg, She usually makes Cherbourg In summer weather In seven days, and Bremen a any later. It Is likely that someot her machinery bos become deranged. Among her 108 cabin passenger are Mr, and Mrs. Abe G ruber, Miss Agatha O ruber, Master Herbert Gruber, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Hurtt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul D.Oravath, HobertW.De Forest. Miss Frances E. Do Forest, William Reynolds Brown, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Dettman, James Dettman, Louis Ott, Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Stoat, Miss Mildred Stoats, Miss Fred erlka Stoats, Master Robert P. Blasts, and th Baroness von Treutler. .... There was soma apprehension felt about the Spree In December. 1803, when she was several days overdue at this port from Bremen. Bhe was towed Into Qoeenstown with a broken shaft on Dec, 8 by the steamship Lake Huron. She bod a wild time of It in tumultuous ssss. Evan gelist Moody and Gen. O.O, Howard, who were passengers, declared that the ship bad been saved by prayer. In which all the ship's company Joined, TUB XEV HOKET BUZ. Secretary Gate la CerreapaadeBO with r-rar. Uadley er Yal ABat It. Nkw Hatkit, Conn., July 8. Beoretary of th Treasury Gage bos been In correspondence with Prof. Arthur T. Hadley of Yale on subject re lating to financial matters of the Government, Prof. Hadley Is an authority on finance and was a member of the Indianapolis Monetary Conven tion. Tbo correspondence relates to the fea tures ot the bill which will be Introduced Into Congress soon, embodying the Ideas of Secretary Gate. Prof. Hadloy was asked about It to-day, and soldi "The bill Is not prepared yet. It Is not completed, and It Is not yet possible to make public Its salient features. CIoso attention Is being given to It, and. tho Indications are that sgon It "111 be put boforo Congress and moda public. Iho bill Is In accord with tho curronoy views taught at Yale, and with those of th . , lcnulflir flsancUrs of tht country,' ' THE HOT SPELL HANGS ON. xrraxs Mora or xbzief sehe- ABOVXn TO-DAT. Kw Yorker ttsaled Yesterday and th Ho. taldlty Added I Their lafnerlagt Th Rest r th Oanntry. Tas, Bad Tranbls r It Own Maar Persons Prostrated by Beat. Ken York got a touch ot weather yesterday that toads the icemen danoe for joy and mado tb plain overy-day cltlion feel a good deal like a university boat crow at the end of a chsm- nlnnsTili. mm Vt win TttrnfrSmA thn dav after the Cornell-Yale-Harvard race) at Poughkeepslo the other day that tho crews lost in the twenty mlnut that the race lasted an average ot four and one-holt pound a man. Perhaps the aver age loss per man, woman, and child yesterday was not as much a that, bat It was enough to make tho man Who weighed himself before he started for business nnd again when he readied his business tear that h was going Into rapid decline. Farmer Dunn told Ma usual story about high pressuro and low pressure and a general mix. It's preoltsly the same story he tells when the thermometer get down around zero, and it't only natural that the publlo should look on him with suspicion, nowover, whatever was the cause, it was hotter than mustard of the Eng lish brand, and any kind of kicking was pardon able. The fact Is, only a few ot the three million parsons In the city had energy enough to kick at alb Former Dunn said It was nothing hut a con tinuation ot th hot wove that started on Sun day, no also tald that, so tar at th Weather Bureau could tee. the wave was still coming, and It was getting hotter as it came. Ho Inti mated. In a pleasant way that It would be won to-day than It was yesterday, and may bo worse to-morrow than to-day. It began to get hot about B o'clock In tht morning, after the people who work In faotorios and store hod reached their work and had got I fairly settled down to U and just about tht tlm Uhat the business men were thinking about starting for their places of business. The official thermometer, which la located so that It can hoodwink the people into bellerlnc that It la several degrees cooler than it really la, told the temperature wos 74. But it you were out walking yon know It felt at if the temperature were atieost an even hundred, Thot was largely the fault of the humidity. which was 01 per cent, and which made what heat thsro was sticky and oppressive. . . From this hour the temperature went tip. but the weather authorities bad mercy and the hu midity dropped, It was six degrees warmer at 8 o'clock than it was at 7, but there was 4 per cent, leu humidity and life was moro nearly bearable. Fanner Dunn said then that the day would probably be a record breaker. It was al ready a record breaker in the street, and that half ot the town that was on the street level was melting and running away. Just a a sort of consoler tho Farmer made publlo tho 8 o'clock record of other towns In the country, showing that there w ore some that wero mor unfortunate than New York. Jack sonville, for Instance, and Albany, N. Y., and Galveston. Tex., but the difference wss slim in deed, and It kept getting hotter and hotter. It was 81 at 10 o'clock and 84 at 11 o'clock and 80 at 13 o'clock and 87 ot 3 o'clock. That Is, up on the top of the Manhattan Life building ft was. Down in the street It was 00 and 03 end 04 and 00. and the pavements re flected th halt of the sun and threw It up into tho faces ot tho unfortunates who had to walk or to ride on cable con. Just onoe in awhile there would come a breeje. It was so light and so kuU that it hardly moved the leaves on th trcos, but what there was ot It was gratefully received and hats wero doffed to It every where. Of Jcours It wns a great day for tb beer saloons and soda fountains. As many times & the people have been told that drinking anything- at all simply lucreaM discomfort iboy atlUwlstutdrJnktng. Be'ow.wLU be -found a list of person who wero prostrated. Probably 00 percent, ot tbcmdlda'tbeed the advice they had received about taking large quantities ot liquor t. That's oaly o guess, thongb. It was nearly 0 o'clock in the afternoon nhen breeze coma that wero broeics, and tbo tem perature in the street began to fall. It didn't fall anything like It rose. It seemed to want to hang on until everybody got homo from work, and its opportunity for dolns harm wo cur tailed, and it did hang on too. But bad as New York was, there were places that wer worse, same of theci a enroot dcAl worse. While the Woather Bureau showed -n , two or three hotter ouesatBo'dock In the morn ing. It presented a formidable list lost nlixbt. when It got the record of highest temperatures. Albany showed 04 Fhlladelphlo 02', Washing ton 02. Plttenurir 00. Cincinnati 02. Indlnn apoli 04. Memphis (0. Omaha DO". North Platte 00. Dodge City Ob', Huron 94', and New Orleans 02. Of the towns that trot out of It better than New York there was Duluth. where the tempera ture never got ovrr 00; Helena, where the high est was 62', and Portland, Me., 74. Overes-m hr the Heat, Patrick Hanlon. aoontractor of 11 00 Litnrton are nas, was prostrated by tba baat yeeterday wblle dls glnc for frank Jones, who was burleu !nanecaa. tlos at ES ntnry street. Uanloa wns tak,a to to Oouverneur Uoapltil. lawrene KoCnrlby of C9S Eitt Savantr-slxth street was orertome oy tba beat at the foot of ait Mxtetntn stresli Bellevus Hoeiiltal. frank Oreon. a laborer, ot 037 West Forty seventh street, was prostrated while at work at 1871a street ana Tweiric. avenue i Manhattan Hospital. John Luble of Sib East riftr-nlntb streat was taken to tb flower not pita from East Flf ty-asooad street, when be bad twen overcome by tb beat. 11. Yanten. a tailor on shore leave from United Mates steamer Essex, was prostrated at Fifty-eighth street and Tblrtt avenuoi Flower Hospital. Etapben Lsuuar. o wheelwrliht, of Yonkers. was prostrated at COS Beoond avenuei taken to Selltva Hospital. Daalel Kenaaday of 010 East Twenty-flrtt street was taken to BeUavue from Second arena and Twenty ecoal street. Hoary Chalmers. Styasrt old. of 892 Bast Twenty. third streel, waa taken from his borne to Bellsvo noeptlsl to b trraud for beat proitratton. Joan SelseL a homeless lsd. was funnd surfrrlns; from tb beat at 0 Frankfort ttreett Uadson Street Hospital. Stewart of To Ninth avenu was prostrated while at work at Thlny-nlnth street and Flf lb ave nuei New York nosp'.tal. William Nlobulson waa overcome by the brat at CC0 Hast lBd street) Harlem Hoepltal. Stephen I-eonard was taken to th Oouvernaur Hos pital from $ atonroa street. Christopher Holer, a street sweeper, was prostrated wblle at work allDUtb street and fit. Nicholas arenas I taken to bis borne In West 187lh ttn et. Michael Murphy was overoo-ue bj the beat at sixty eighth street and Amsterdam avenue, lie was taken to hli borne near by, Christopher Foley of 410 East Eighty seventh street was prostrated while at work at IHO llroadwayi to Uadson Street Hospital. An unidentified man was found oreroome by the heal in front of 803 East Nineteenth street taken to llellevue nospltal. Christopher Kreter. a homeless man, was found dead yesterday on a dost belonging- to the Brio Itall road Company at the foot of Wast Twrntr-.econd street. Ills death Is supposed to be due to tbe heat. Ellstbeth Vernell. a waitress of 1 JO East Nineteenth street, was oreroome at the Union Square lloteli taken home. Lawrene McCarthy, a laborer of 8S5 East Berenrr slxth street, was o-ereom at th foot ot East six teenth street. Unidentified man was oreroome at Nineteenth street and Avenue 0) to Ilelloru Hospital, lie may die. L Williams, address not siren, was overcome at S roadway and Thirty-fourth etreeti to Nsw York ospltal. raosTrurioxs IS saooxxvs. Casper BpegU of JS Wyokoff avenue was prostratod en the bridge pathway about noon and carrlod to tbo police station la an unoonscloua condition. Us was taken to th Brooklyn Iloipllil, and may not noorer, teter lisalsr ot Yonkers was overcome at Fulton street and Hudson arenas and taken to tbe Brooklyn Hospital. Daniel Oallafher ot St Carlton avenue was ovrr com wblle shorslllng ooal at th yard at tbe font of North Ninth street and taken to tho Eastern District Uoepltal. Maggie BkntU ot 837 Flushing avannewas over come at FlusblDg aad rTostrsnd avenues, and removed to the Homoeopathic Hospital. Edward F. Cox was overcome at Clinton and Fulton streets. Albert Lookwood of 838 Eighteenth street was taken to the Beney Hospital to b treated for beat prostration. William Robertson was ovsreome la Forty-fifth street, and removed to 'be Norwegian Hospital. Daniel Sullivan of 805 Dlrtalon arenne was over oome wblle driving an loe wagon, raosTBiTioaa rs jeuxt crrr, Peter Moore, Insurance agent, of 300 Johnston ave nue, was prostrated In Fourteenth street i taken to St. Francis Hospital. , Louts Tuttl. o painter, of S30 First street, wss prostrated la First, near Or ore etreeti taken home. Fred J. Ktbal of 1 Wilkinson ovenu was prostrated Is Coramunlpaw avenuei taken to tbe City Hospital SO In Newark. At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon the register of a United States Weather Bureau thermom eter in Newark was 00 degrees. There was only a light breeie blowlug from the southwest and the neat was almost tttlulug, but tho humidity was less than 60 per cent anil UU, pros tr'Jlonj Wtr recorded, 1 TART BXtntVrO SEA NOTES. Th CrrepBdBce t B 114 Berere Con. OT PtBbahly TsDbf. WAStTmaTON, July 0. Th correspondence between tho United States and Great Britain concerning the Bearing; Sea teal fisheries prob ably will bo submitted to Congress to-morrow. Th Government's aotlon will depend, however, on th answer tent by John W. Foster, the special envoy of tho United Btotes in the seal fisheries negotiations, to a cablegram tent to him to-day by, (Secretary Sherman, asking If he had anything to add to the correspondence on hand. A negative answer is expeotod, and In thot event tbe entire correspondence will beKlotd beforo Congress at onoe, J The principal feature) ot tut communications exchanged between the two Government Is a note from Secretary Sherman to Ambassador Hoy, dated May 10, In which some rather strong lanaruag 1 used with reference to the temporis ing policy of Great Britain, It Is very broadly Intlmatodtn this note thot tha British Govern ment hot not attempted to carry out the pro visions of tbe Paris award in good faith. The latest noto bear date ot July 3, and was sent by Mr. Sherman .to Mr. Tower, the Charge. d'Affatrcs ot Great Britain In Wash tnctoc. It Is coached in straightforward language and Indicates the purpose of th United State to protect seal llfo at all hoxords. The burden of tho last commu nication Is that Great Britain has failed to send a sufficient number of vessels to Behrlng Bea to inforco the patrol, and Mr, Sherman expresses the earnest hope of the President that Great Britain will oxert herself in that regard. Lack of good faith, unnecessary delays In answering th propositions ot the United States, and a general disinclination to abide by the directions ot the Paris tribunal are iho burden of the cor respondence. Bpecfal CtebU DttpoteK t To Bus. London, July 0. United States Ambassador Hay had a long interview with Lord Salisbury at the Foreign Otuo this afternoon. CAlTADXAir SEAJ.EBB ARE MAD. Their BostUltT to the American Idea of Brand ing tha lea!. Victoria, B. a, July C President David Btorr Jordan It her en route to the Pribjiov Islands to brand tb female seals and corral all the young bachelor, th purpose being to aim a death blow at pelaglo sealing. There Is tntenso feeling hero among the sealers against this American project. BATS 2ZB irXXX KILT, TOVR KBIT. Bamet Lleble, Who I Apparently Insane. TarMrtses m few Jerssr Town. PLAlNFistD, N. J., July a Thcro are four terror-stricken families living In the vicinity of Sebring'B Mills, six miles from this city. In Mid dlesex county, becauso of the edict ot Burnet Lleble that he la to bo under six feet ot clay by next 8unday, but, beforo being buried himself, four others must die at his hands. Tbs four men be has announced ns tbe sacrifices ore August Von Essen. David Jones, and John and Jacob Eebrlng. Llobie rocs about flourishing a revolver, and says that he will be tho instru ment of death, lie Is thought not to be respon sible for bis actions. On two occasions Lleble hos fired his revolver in close proximity to the houses of these men. and ono other time he 11 red It at a number or children who wero out driving. Ue has been arrested and held under S40O bonds for the Grand Jury, but his nlstltes provided the bonds and Lleble etlil roams at Urge An at tempt Is to be mado to havJ him committed to the State Insane asylum. GROANED AFTER JIB TTAB DEADt adders Death ur Btnnr.voll-e Island'tSSMtnu atee-SBS- la Ontral Fark. Soon after entering Central Park at the gate at Fifth avenue and Eighty-fifth street yester day, William Smith, keeper of the Blackwell's Island morgue, staggered and fell. He was pro nounced dead by Dr. Goldsmith, surgeou of tbo Park ambulance which was summoned, and tbo body wo removed to the Arsenal. While a po liceman was placing tho body In tba basement. Smith's eyes opened and a sound like a groan came from his lips. "Hold on, there! exclaimed Sergeant Ilorg Ins. " That man Is not dead' and hn run to the telsphono and cailod up llr. Goldsmith. "Say, doctor." asked the 8ergtont In nn ex cited tone, " did you toy that man wos dead I" " Yea, sure." wos the answer. " Do dead men groan and blink their eyes I" the Sergeant Inquired. " Not that I ever heard of, was the response. "Well, this man does, ond you had better hurry down here and save him." said tho Berfi-eont. The dovlor hastened down to tha Arsenal and npLllod a number of tciU to tho body, after which he said tbero was no doubt whatever that Smith was dead. Iu explanation of the groan that was heard the doitnrrald that the lungs bad been full ot air, ond that the heat, combined with the mov ing of tho body, bod forced tbe air out through the mojtb. bmltb's dtth Is attributed to heart disease, aggravated by tho heat. BIO STORM IX rouuuKEEraiB. hipping la Various PrdlcameBt and Han and Beast la Peril. PouomczErsiE. K. Y July 0. A severe elec trical storm broke her between 3 and 4 o'clock this afternoon, bringing with it a temporary drop In temperature of 10 decrees. A itobl wos struck on North Clinton street. In th heart of the city, and two horses were killed. When tho roln began to fall a doren men em ployed on tbe city niter beds rushed into a tool honee for shelter. Their weight caused the floor to aire way and all fell fifteen feet Into a water basin bolow. AH wore hurt, but none severely, Tbe tug McDonald, going north with a tow, was at the mercy of tho wind for fifteen min utes. The tug and tow wero driven down tbe river between tbe bridge piers and narrowly es caped striking the Kae) rocks. The boats come within a few feet ot colliding with the steamor Hudson Taylor, which was tied up at Main street dock. Tbe awning ot the ferryboat Brick erhoff blew off and lodged on the whistle, which tooted ho long that tbo rumor spread tbore was a tire at Highland, and th local Fire Department turned out. Heat Fatalities Hear Wsroaater, Mass. Worcester, Mass., July C There were two totalities and nlna prostrations from hoot In Worcester county to-day. The deaths were both of farm hands, one In Marlboro and one In Leicester. The thermometer reached OB. Tb construction works on the Worcester ond Marl boro 8treot Hallway was practically suspended on account of tbo heat. In Hudson practically oil outdoor work was given up. Too Uot t Lire and so lie Killed Blnueir. Bjcadino, P., July a "It's too hot to live any more," said Milton Hunsbergor, aged 34, in the hay field of Jesse Meyer, noar Bayestown this morning. Hunsberger tbon whipped out a revolver and shot himself, falling dead under nn apple tree. He was one of tbe Jolllest men in Bayettown, and leaves a widow and one child, Uallslone Bit as lllcborj Mute. Bcueneotady, N, Y July 0. A ternflo storm of hall, rain, and wind broke over this town at 8:30 this afternoon. Tbe storm was the most violent experienced here since July of last year. Hailstones as large as hickory nuts fell thick and fast. Tbs storm lasted a full hour, during which the mercury fell from 85 degress to 60. The lightning and hall did considerable damage. Four Deaths from Best la Cincinnati. Cincinnati, July 0. Tho temperature hov ered around 06' this afternoon and to-night Is torrid. Four deaths have been reported from heat during the past twelve hours. August Weind, odiior of a German Cotbollo paper at ColumbuH. O., on a visit to this city, was among the victims. CO Degrees tu Boston. Boston, July 0. The temperature ranged from 02 to 00' In the shade hero to-day, Two f atolltlea sre recorded those of William Handy, agod73, an employee at the navy yard, ond an unidentified man at Amesbury. OS Deal eeo In the TTullo Mountain Dlalrlrt. 'GrtovRTON. N. II., July 6. The heat In tho Whlto Mountain district reached i)5ln the t Jihadt tO-daJs , h ULTIMATUM TO TURKEY. XH JPOTTJClta trxxs insist ttpcw 1 TUB TERMB THET rROrOSED. Xord (altabary tar Turkey la vThollr B. sponsible far th Delay Th Power teoen to B CoBVlBoe at fuast That a Threat tn Va Fore Aralnst Turkey Mast Come. fipeetal GaM DssjhiIoam to Tb Box. Athens, July C Th Attv ssyt that unlets Turkey acoeptt the peace conditions by Thurs day the Ambassadors at Constantinople will present an ultimatum to the Porto Insisting upon Turkey's submission to their demands within a stipulated time. CONSTANT! Nor le, July 0. The Ottoman Cabi net, In accordance with the orders of the Sultan, hot taken defiant action. Tewflk Pasha, Minis ter ot Forolgn Affairs, Informed the Austrian Ambassador. Baron Calico, last evening, that tho Sultan and his Cabinet were unable to accept the frontier line botween Turkish and Qrcek territory proposod by tho powers, and added that tho Porta would refixamln the situation and then convoke a new peace con ference. An extraordinary session of the Cabinet is now sitting at tho Porto. London, July C In the House of Lords to-day Lord Salisbury, In reply to a question by Lord Connamara, sold that the delay In the conclusion of peace negotiations between Turkey and Groece was entirely attribu table to the Porte. Ho did not think that there was any delay as for a the powers wero concerned, at they hod agreed upon every point hitherto. There bad been no definite re ply on tho part of the Porte upon any .point, and the question when a solution would be arrived at was a matter of prophecy rather than any thing else. There It a disposition In tbe lobbies of Parlia ment to attach tbo gravest Importance to Lord Salisbury' statement. Th consensus ot opinion Indicates that the Governments are convinced that a threat to use foroo against Turkey Is Inevitable. A section of the Liberals are In favor ot raiting a debate on tho matter. FAVRE'3 VISIT XO X11B CZAR. Th MetaUtta Valnlr Pretest Asalnet Vatlns; Honey for Ills Expense. Special One's CerpafoA (o Tm Son. Paw, July ft Tho Chamber of Deputies to day voted tbe credit of bOO.000 franc (8100,000) agreed upon yesterday by tho Budget Commit tee to meet the expenses of the coming visit of Presldsnt Four to Russia. The Socialists bitterly opposed the appropria tion of the money. M. Victor Dojeonte declared that the republio was not proclaimed to enable Franc to pay homage to tyranny. Tbe Cxar had not Invited M. Fauro to spread republican ism in Russia, Tho money had better be devoted to relieving outcasts than wasted in a Russian excursion. His further remarks were drowned by angry interruptions. M. Brltsou, President of the Chamber, Justified th expenditure In a speech that was thunder ously applauded. M. .Renou moved an amendment that tho grant bo devoted to tbo rollof of tho r nemploycd. M. JapredtvlnroJttbat p very body in Franco secretly opposed the vltlt of the President to the Czar. M. Faberot sneered at the proposal to voto money for such a purpose, and said that It was the outcumo of the "Russian falayer's " visit to France. An uproar followed thli remark, but Anally the amendment of M. Renou wns defeated by a voto of 447 to 29, and tbo credit as originally proposed wrs adopted. The Senate of forward voted tho credit unan imously. UTDEOVS PRACTICES OF REOOARS. Arrest or tome Hussions for Mutilating- a Stolea Child. .'jxefat CaMs Detpafen fa Tax Be. St. PoTEnauuno, July ft The newspaper Ktdclja describes the discovery of hideous prac tices among the beggars of south Russia, who mutilate children with the object of rendering their appearance such that It 111 excite pity and thus draw money from the charitable. Tbe paper tells of a girl 8 years old who was stolen from ber parents by beggars. The child was gagged and taken to a cellar, where hor cantors discussed tbe method to be employed In mutilating her. Finally her face was smeared with pitch, which was then set on fire, the flames searing her foe and blinding her. Then the beggars disjointed her fingers, and after word out hor feet to make ber limp. Tbe girl, who has been rescued from her cap tors, says tho saw the corpses of two boys In the cellar who had presumably succumbed to the tortures Inflicted upon them. Too criminals In this oase have been arrested. Inquiries show that such praotloesr.ro extensively followed by professional mendicants. If ILL TIIIEL3CAXN BE RECALLED t II Is Said the German Ambassador Her trill Be Summoned Home lo Take OOet, Sptctal Cable Detpaloh lo Tits Bus London, July 0. A despatch from Berlin to tbe Afbrnfnp Post says It Is reported that Baron von Thtelmanu, tbo German Ambassador to the United States, will be rocalled to succeed Count von Posadowsky.Wehnor as Secretary of the Imperial Treasury, rjyy cevualoxia in tott. The Blajestlo Beport That th florldlan la Taking tho I anarder to Port. Special CabU IHtpalch lo Tin Son. Qubenbtown, July 7. The White Star line steamer Majestic, from New York, has arrived here. Sho reports that she yesterday pasned the steamer Florldlan towing tbe Cunard line steam er Cophalonla. COZ. UAX'B DINNER. It I Given la Honor af the American ni- meialtlo Commissioner. Fptttal CabU Diipaloh lo Tus Strv. London, July 6. Col. John Hay, the United Btotes Ambassador, gavo a dinner to-night ot his residence In honor of ex-VIce-Presldtnt Stevenson, Senator Woloott, and Gen, Paine, the Amerloan Blmetalllo Commissioners. Tbe guests Included Mr. Foster, the American Sealing Commissioner, and Mrs. Foster, Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Chancellor of the Ex chequer, and bis wlto, Mr, George J, Gotchen, First Lord of tbe Admiralty, and his wife, Baron and Baroness Rothschild, Mr. George N. Qursou, Parliamentary Secretary of the Foreign Ofllce, and Mrs. Curxon, ond Sir Julian Pauncefote, British Ambassador to tbe United States, and Lady Pauncefote. Mr. Draper Beeelved bx the Queen ef Italy. Eptelat CatIt Df patch lo Tns Bos. Roue, July 0, Queen Margherlta received Mr. WUllam F. Draper, United States Ambassa dor, ond Mrs. Droper to-day. ond conversed with them In English for forty minutes. Her Majesty expressed her cordial sympathy with America. Mrs. Draper was magnificently attired. Hr, VTbllelaw Bold at Windsor Cutis. Sjxclal CabU DnpattS to TB Boil. ' London, July 0.-Mr. Whltelaw neld, Special Ambassador of tho United States to the Queen's JUbllee, went this afternoon to Windsor CasUe, w-mhOVTiUuOS-idrtiasitto-eralgJ) BIO FLOODS IN FRANCE. BOO Uvea aVost aad suo.ooo.ooo Damagb Don In at Weeh. Rptciat CabU 2)ftpalo to Trti Son. PARIS, July ft It Is unofficially estimated that the domago done by tho storms and floods that haro prevailed In central and southern Franco during the past week amounts to 200,000,000 francs (810,000,000). Tbroo hundrod porsons havo been killed, and thousands havo been mado homeless. The town of l'lsle-on-Dodon, on a small Island In the River Savo, In Uaute-Garonno, southwest France, has been flooded by tho river and 203 houses havo been destroyed. Tho river has also submerged largo tracts ot territory In tho neigh borhood, and all tho cattlo In tho district have porlthed. I1B INCENSED THE II It t TONS. Hr. Behrelner laja Freedom la Best Brallsed la Our Land. Special CabU DtipatcH lo Tnc Bon. Cape Town, July 0. Among the guest who attended tho banquet given by Americans hero In honor of Independence Day was Mr. Schretner, ex-Crown Advocate in tbo Capo Government. He mado a speoch in which ho extolled the United Statos as "tho one spot on God's earth where freedom finds Its hlfrhcst realization." This remark has groatly incensed tho British subjects here, who consider It to have been an intentional slur on Great Britain. It Is especially offensive coming from Mr. Schrelnor, who drafted a clauso In a bill recontly adopted by tho Cape Parliament, which bill Is already being agltatod against, depriving tho natives and thousands ot whites ot tho benefit ot the writ of habeas corpus. MORE TROUBLE NEAR CALCUTTA. B.OOO Hill Hands on Strike Said to Be March, lag Toward th City. ffjKcta! Cable XHipat e to Tnx Stnc Calcutta. July 0. Much alarm has been caused here by rumors that 8,000 workers em ployed in the mills up tho Uoogly River have gone on strlko and are marching In the direc tion of this city, their purposo being to rolnforco the natives who have been rioting at Chttpur. Iho troops at Barrackpur, fifteen miles north ot Calcutta, have been ordered to Intercept tbe strikers, and tbe bridges spanning the river aro guarded to prevent their crossing. The reports appear to be based on fact, but thoy are probably exaggerated. CECIL RHODES CONDEMNED. The tenth Africa Committee mil Also De nounce the Transvaal Bald. Sptctal CabU Despatch to Tus Set. London, July ft It Is credibly reported that the South Africa Committee, with the exception ot Mr. Henry Labouchcro and Mr. Edward Bloke, has unanimously decided to adopt the Chairman's report, which strongly denounces the raid into the Transvaal and condemns Mr. Cecil Rhodes for the part he took in the affair. Tho report also declares that Messrs. Belt and Magulre were Implicated In the raid, but ex onerates the Colonial Ofllco and Lord Rosmead, formerly Governor of Cape Colony. DREW HERSELF OVX OF THE WELL. A Woman or About TO Beaoae Herself Atter a Ionc Fall. Kingston, N. Y July ft Mrs.Barah Dom dclh a womnn of about 70, -lost her balance wbllo drawing a bucket of water from a well and fell In. She struck the water feet first, having retained her hold on tho well rope. The water In tho well was llvo feet deep. Mrs. Dom deli shoutod for help. Her crlci were not beard. After beinpf In tho u ell sorernl hours and almost benumbed w lth told, she drew herself up from the well by climbing Into ono of the bucket and pulling tho raps of tho other. When she reached tbe top of the well and got on firm ground again sho fainted. THE SIOUX ARE CELEBRATINO. Ther Are Having a Ixmr and Glorlona Fourth at Bosebud. RosrnUD, S. D., July 0. Tho combined tribes of tho Sioux on Rosebud Reservation aro still celobrutlng July 4. It Is estimated that at least 10.000 Indians are In attendance, mostly from tho Pino Ridge and Loer Druid ajcenclcs. To-day at 11 A. M during a sham bsttlo In lmltuttonot tho Custer fight, between the In dian police and Sioux warriors. Black Bear, a policeman, was shot through tho arm, but not seriously Injured. Everything Is now quiet, and the Indians are having an Omaha dance. Many whlto visitors havo been in attendance. NIXCOM ROUSE. Hr. Boose Gave This ssne temis Child and Mr. Bouee Wants a Divorce. Kansas Citv, Mo., July 0. Mrs. Mary C. Rouse applied for a divorce to-day In tbe Circuit Court from Arthur N. Houso becauso of alleged non-support. She declares her husband is sub ject to whims and rauarles that are unen durable. For exnmplp, their only child must go through llfo handicapped by tho namo N'lxcom Rouse. Of this child Mrs. Rouse asks tho custody. FAST SPEED IN THE DUPONT. Tbe Ken Torpedo Ilont vfalira OT Knots Under (inly Two Bollere. Newport, R. I July 0. Tho torpedo boat Dupont wot trlod today under two boilers, de veloping a speed of tucnt) soien knots, which Is jutt below what her contract requires. The steam pressuro was 180 pounds. Just ono third her boiler poner, nnd with this prensuro she mado IllIO ruwilutlons, her maximum being 400. The builders lnt- o bonrllti-d bj their experitneo with the Porter In ecMrul nja. Tin')- expeit ihe Dupont to make better speed than tho orter. AN IIISTOltIO SPOT. Frenchmen Propose in Mark Ibe IMarn Where Mnmlnilllntl Um Nhot In Sleslou, QUEitETAito, Moxlco, July (1. Frenchmen In Moxtco have started a mot emeu t to ralso funds for thn erection of a bamlsonio monument to mork the spot where Kiupernr Maximilian wss shot. The execution took place on a hill over looking thla o!t),nnd tho opot Is now marked only by a pile of rough stones. A Utile Jaguar Tor the ( rnlral Park 7no. In a crnto on tho quarter deck of the Nor wegian steamship Douglas, which arrived )cs lerday from Capo UrnrlaE u-Tllos. Mosquito Coast, waa a two mouths old Jnuuar, which will bo presented to tho Ouitr-l l'.irk menagerie. Tito mother or tho jaguar killed by an In dian hunter who took tho cttli. Ihn hunter's wlfefed tbo llttlo Amerleun tlurr b) dlptilng her Angers In milk and letting It lick tho milk off. Burbet Brigade to Happly Water lo Prisoners. WlLKKSUAititu, Pa., July 0, Tho prisoners In the Lutorne County Jail suffend for hours without water this morning by tho bursting of a main, A bucket brigade was ornanlznt to bring water from tho Susqtiehunmt ltlrur, but a supply was af turn aril obtained from a private resldenco by permission of tho ouuer. Italibl belsniar Leaves Ibe Mlnlttrw, Cincinnati, July ft Rabbi A. II. Golsmar, a graduate of the Hebrew Union College of this city, has left tho ministry. Until recontly ha occupied the pulpit of a largo coucrfgntlon In Brooklyn, N. V. Hr will pnutlse Jaw, The friends of Mr. flelsmnr In Cluelnmttl do not know his reasou fur abandoning Iho ministry. ltrst Marine IntoUltenee. Arrlred-et A-chorlo. from QlugOWl C-lCUOJClty, JivJaBl.yent-0.JV.if ALL THROUGH WITH FUSION" if BH j VFit-iJH iriMO-Y POPULISTS DECLARE IN- SjJlW ' DEPENDENCE FOREfEItMORB. fiV' JflfM A national Organisation Perfected, and an AsV. iMi-lvsWS dress Issued to Ihe People In Which Ther : Mfflli Bar Frre Rllrer Is an Isanti Not Broad! '& v tiaUi Bnonah for a national Parti- to Bland TJpen VUf i'Kfl Kabiiville, Tenn., July ft Tho National Con- ,V 1 ' feronoe of Tom Watson's Peoplo's party com- SM 'lXai plotcd Its work to-night, adopting on address to ,ll''vilW tho pooplo and selecting commltUoH to carry out ' 'g :J$l!jS tho plans of organisation embodied In tho report jjj ' i;jS of tho Committee on Resolutions. 5 B E jfB The address" to tha American pooplo" was S fivijtlH read by tho Hon. Ignatius Donnelly, Tho roso -l K SMsBH lutlons accompanying tho address prorldo that j m' ! this conforenco apDoint a rouimlttco ot three , ?! jv-? xB from each Btnto on organization. The confer- lis I Fil enco Is to elect tho Chairman of the committee. 'ftn$ ll An Kxocutlvo Commlttca of llvo Is to be appoint- & f W ifl rjK ed to preserve nnd defend tho party, theso ofll- 'rj m M Vj cers to hold ofllco until tho next national con- "cj J J ij 9 ventlon. ijj' "" i M Tho report provides that this Ocncral Com- Sl'jX; ,s ' f IH mlttee is toorgonlre tho party nnd coOporata iSff ' '-4 9 with tho National Kxocuthe CommltUo along- ?&''' M ifl tho lines of Populist principle. Milton Parks of m " ! BJ Texas was electad Chairman of the Commltto SrV 'j i on Organisation, W. S. Morgan of Arkansas M !: I slfl Secretary, nnd B. Orowo of Alnbnma Treasurer. 6 i 4 1S The Executive Committee of tho Commltteo Ifilv U Sl ou Organlcntlon Is ratnposod tif Messrs. (1 tin by iMS? 41 ,91 of Louisiana, Peak of Ororgln, Donnelly of Mln- SM'-i ,rH nesota, Stlnaborger of Kansas and Itatemun of KvtTu. ! ? Malno. iP BHM- The report wns adopted after considcrnblo dls- v,ift'?x cusslon. The report says among nthcr things: jJB-vTuBi "Wblle we have nothing but Mud!) footings "Jll,, ! toward tho rank and fllo of our lute allien, wo ?; ( tl do not bellovo that the question ot free silver Is 'jii':,' r'HH Inltsolf a broad enough platform for a national Fit'2!ifE party." i"i rl The report says further: !i't$l " We declare that no tonrcntion, caucus, or ' AS't 4 H commltteo of our party shall over again bind Hit'i ''' H us to any fusion agrecmont with cither Uie Wffl - j fM Democratic or Republican party." 3; fH PILCH Elt'S SHOTOUN. ' Itl1,! ; mM He Displayed It When II Ordered a Woman '. 4 Ii -'! Bicyclist OCT tho Hldenatk. ilia '.l'ul St. Louis, Mo., July ft-Mr. John K. Pllcher. a Mf BIJ wealthy man, called upon Chief of Police Herri- m y " nlBj gan this morning, and as spokesman for a num- wj -; (rlBo ber of property owners demanded that the po- sMi -3liR lice enforce tha vehicle ordinance and keep bl- , 3S . ).if! cycles off tbe granitoid sidewalks. He said ha $1) , M$B was tired of doing patrol duty, and wanted th &$ $! police of tbo mounted district to relieve him ot . ilsl'i'5 StBi the labor. ; AfBgH How Mr. Pllcher has been doing "patrol ' ";'K45b5 duty " is interesting. Tho first person to fall . ?B,ijME victim to bis vigilance was Mrs. Fred G. Hirsch. ' )B)'-r'si " Why," she said to a reporter this morning. "X ' SjK j Hfi was never so surprised in all my llfo. I waa ?L !'- riding along tho side walk at Union Boulevard I'' ;B and Cabanne because tbo street had been IJnJ P sprinkled until It was a sea of mud, when I i :- t-JiTB heard somebody call out 'Halt,' lyM, l'?!l " I looked around and saw Mr. Pllcher walking iXMts i down tbe lawn with a shotgun on his shoulder. J S lB I stopped, tor I didn't know what on earth was ' ':3,v ,(iiH tbe matter. Tho next command wan ono to tako ; '-fij '??! my wheel off tbo eldewalk and into the street, : sw ,. ,"J WM Why.' I said to him. wo allow bicyclists to usej : 5:8 7 IF 9 the sidewalks out our way. on Chamberlals (im ' IM avenue, when tho streets are so wet," - (fc? jilH "But he stood there with his gun and Insisted ,t ,iB that I inovo Into the street. Just then amountod ' nm .4 policeman rode up and said that, as Mr. Pllcher : ;iA fH wnBsomuch in earnest about tbo matter, per 'ml ,'lkm h.irs I had better do as be aBkcd. I replied that. li " H as ho bad asked uie to leavo the pavement, X j ;iip liM would do so, but I would not take my wheel Into ' wBf ! tho street for the man with tho shotgun, not I f7; 'iTl even it he shot me." ; ,im''i -i?mM . R3 -;K - rAHHI . ARRESTED FOR A LTXCniNQt - --" "L JEniflH Four WhICe Han Arrested and In an Alahanast i'i'SbB'"-! Jail for Ullllna a Xrsro. '9Rrltl BiRMTNonAM, Ala., July ft Four white men, M'l '-B Sam Jones, Joo Williams, Charles Clarke, and ' ''$& . :3'S3 Jock Holllns, of Blossburtr, a mining camp fit- ' yifM S teen miles west of Blrmlngbnm, nro lu jail hero, j 'i-jf '.fif B charged with lynching Jim Thomas, colored, ifS iH noar Blossburg on Saturday last, Thomas U J $$ jtl'H the negro who sold he knew tbe nigra who isM i ! crowlod into Mrs. James Brown's room at Biota- 'Mi''- -'f M burg laat week and attempted an assault, but ;k -t4ll never gave the other nerro r name. The negroe jtyL ( i at niossburg became Indignant over the lynch- y, i ;y: lnir, and have begun arming themneh ea. iw tsp Sheriff O'Brien, learning of heavy shipment . JvJK', of rifles and ammunition from tho city to Bios- vjj jSS' burg for negroes, telegraphed the Oovernor of "SI ' jifas the State for antborlty to stop tho shlpmenrs of Js "JUsi arms to bo used for Illegal purposes. Authority 2$ "i 'lw,t wns given out, but tho bhcrlff missed tbo lot. S ' Mllf The whlto men wero arrested on wnrnuits J 'V'Xj sworn out by negroes, nnd, for fear of a con- fl ; NJI A filet, thoy w 111 hove a preliminary trial In Bir- -9 ', -i m mtngham on Thursday. Deputy sheriff hav 'J, vrja been stationed at Blossburg to prevent any A t (, trouble. x j POSTMISTRESS OUINEX RESIGNS. g ' VR The Anthoreaa Salary Cut Down nnd Sh - fr Qnlta Incle Hani's Employ. J f &'$, Boston, Julyft Miss Ixjulse ImogencOulney. 'a jfji the authoress, bos resigned her place as Ptst- 5 ' ;TS-i mistress nt Aubumdalc. She left tbo ofllco to- wl t'ijjf' day, which sho has filled for three and a holt 'A ' 4 yoars. MIssGulnoy has found time to do con- t? '' ,: slderablo literary work during her leisure mo- tS j iff ments. Sho so) saho left tho utilco becauso con- - 'u Wfi solldatlon with the Kenton ofllco brought about ,i ,'i? a roductlou ot the salary, and she did uot core to HS gtvo hor tlmo for the lessoned Income. - 8 7 !' 2 ; Hw Delivered Bonds In Wall Slrret Personally. t.-v . iJC" Via -LijK Rbauino, July 0. There Is n good deal of -jj ! -l comment on tho way City Councils delivered '2,- P ? 9100,000 bonds In New York city. Instead of iff 1 -F- sending the bonds to New York und receiving t? ?, ' the mouoy In return in tbo regular order of ,' j-', business, the Plnanra Cummlttoe of Council j ' ,?'; and several other nfllclalu, ten In nil, considered f !' ltthclrtluty to deliver personally the bonds In ' , jj1 Well street. -,ii i V , The Mnj or and City Treasurer refused togo ,,i i ' , nt tho last moment. Tho delegation has re- J ' turned from tho trip, and kny that in.tsmurhas );, f . tho bonds were transferreil In that way they i X ' ehcuiia btnto tax paymoiiU,whUlttllinurothan ,t;? , pay for tbo Junkot. -J Sta Lives Saved by n Woman, is i j ': Victoria. II. C, July O.-Whllo sailing th j 1 Wl yacht Flora off Victoria Imrlwr on July 4, .' Diver Mrllardy and the Captain of the wrecking ? j steamor Whltelaw wero thromi into the water '' ! , I by thornpslrlngof tho yacht. Miss Sea, daugh- , , M tcr of tho llclit keeper, saw their perilous posl- ) I tlon from tho lighthouse, bho at once lowered . ,. ' tlio llnhllimiFO Ixiitt. nnd, nntwlttiHtandlng th , beaty sen, rowed to their relief, ihe two men, t ' who wero clinging to the t'lipslied. jacht wer ) f , dragged into her bnnt This It tint the Drat crow t ' of )m htsmen Miss boa hns rrmtietl, for a year 'J i- ago sho put off from thu llirhtliousonnd eaved if' four men. Application has hern mado for tha ' i IluiuuiiB Society's modal in her bohalf. j i i BIb PfuueyliMitlu Tree Cut Down. J " 4, Lancahtch, Pa., July ftThe largest troe in ' t' tho county was cut downntou days ago, It ' ' was on tho farm of John Pow nail, near Cbrlstt- p , ( W una, and closototho ruins of tho famous riot , t its hnuse. Tho treo Is supposod to hao been 300 I -' Ytnrs old, and mensund betwoen eight and nine ; 1 ('. leot ucruss thti stump, About three fourths ot j nn aero of ground were towered by lis limbs, 1 , Thcro were tnenty-sevuii curds of wood secured I. ; , from it. t i Senator Harris llrller. t ' WAsmsaTov, July 0. Senator Isbsm O. ', Harris of Tennessee, who has been suffering for k Jj eight weeks with Inflainunl Inn of the stomach, ft J , . mis slightly better this inurnliig. and hit I. J ' r ph) blcluiishopo for his speedy reio cry. f ' Mrlilnley Bark In MaebliiBlou. ',, ' WASiiiNoroN, July ft I'rotldent McKlnley and party arrived In Washington ut 1:47 this "f , afternoon on the Peiintiltnnla Hallroatl from ! Canton, where the President went lo puss July 4 with ills aged mutlii r. The Brunkljn Nllirle Tur Homo. Waski.noiov, Jul) 0 -A cablegram ot tht Nuvy Department to-day announces the de- parturo of tbe cruiser Brooklyn from feoutb amptou fgr Now 1'grk, with Adiuixai illiltr on ihaaxd. - ; ?teai.t.fat utx.rl !