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' t The Hon. IlenJ.raln F. Tracy yesterday after-
, noon returned from a vi.lt overnlKbt to ex-OoT.
Morton at IthlneclllT. His visit to Mr. Morton.
I he said, was purely n social matter. I.atolntbe
M day ho called on evl'rcsldent llcnamln liar-
tW'V rison at the Fifth Avenue Hotel. Many Hepiib-
Ilcans ha.l hoped that Uen. Harrison could so
arrance his eniraBenicnts as to mnUoa speech for
den. Tracy at the mass meeting; In Cooper I nlon
! . on Fr(Uy nlrln. Hen. Harrison anil Oen. Tracy
I talked this matter over, nnd while Oen. Harrison
I ' ,Baln expressed his great Interest In tho flsht
which Oen. Tracy is lending, he said that he had
come to New York on a social visit and that it
had not been his Intention to enter tho political
field as a speochmaker. Gen. Harrison on the
' first day he came to Sew York remarked that
hit ipcechmaklnir day were over, and last Ten-
Inglt appoared to be nlmoit certain that Oen.
HarrliOH could not arrance to be present at the
sass meetlnc In Cooper Union.
J, 'i Mny Hepubllcani assembled at the head-
1 quarters of the city campaigners. 1 Madison
square. All nere Interested in the county ticket
!! to be named on Thursday nlnht In Lyric Hall.
B Vo definite slate has been arrinited, and none
& will l.. It was said, until later on. There were
H?M man) favorites. thoiiRti.for tho Tiirloua nomlaa
n Wt tlons. and tho majority opinion was to the eflect
H V that the following nonilnntlonnilnht be made:
WM B ror tfriff, Thomas I.. Hamilton.
Kor Dlilriet Attorney. W II K. Olcott.
fffl or Count Clerk. James It- O'Helrne.
H yor Ilejtster. lien. Oeorur Von Scheie.
U I Tbe Timmany peoplo on Thursday afternoon,
lfl It was learned from Tamman) men, are to re-
nomluate Charles II. Van llrunt for the Supreme
H Court bench, and tho Republican County fou
H mention on Thursday night. ItepublicanssMd. la
H nf to Indorse Judge van llrunt and to name ns
H &T the second nomination for Supreme Court
I Justice ex-Judge Thomas Allison. It was the
1 opinion that Julius 11. Seymour and Kllsha IC.
I Camp will be nominated by the Uepubllcans
as City Court Judges. Further than that noth
H g lnr appearrd to be settled.
I m Senator Piatt and Hcpresentatlve Qulgg spent
1 J the evening together at the Hotel Oastleton, St.
H ft George. Staten Island. They discussed tbe sit-
tm 1 uatlon and tbe progress of tho campaign, and
I both said that everything was running along
H I Uepubllcans at the Fifth ATenue Hotel re-
1 1 celved the newa that the Citizens' Union is to
I nominate candidates tor Assemblymen, Council-
H I men, and Aldermen with no surprise at all. It
iH I was the unanimous ODlnton, however, that ths
! I Citizens' Union, In making these proposed
$H I nominations, had thrown oiT ths maak. Tho
! Cltlzena' Union folks have stated all along, it
cH -was recalled, that It was organized for the
purpose of nominating candidates tor city
fH offices, and Mr. Low's remark that ho hoped to
;M be a unifying force In the matter of being tho
WA candidate for Mayor of Greater N'w York has
Wl been received with varied comments. Hut the
' Republicans say that It la manifestly the pro-
I gramme of the Citizens' Union to try to send
van! I Tammany Assemblymen to Albany and to do
: I every thing In their power to elect Tammany's
1 CouncllmoQ and Aldermen by precipitating
,cB 9 three-cornered Qghta in the Tirlous districts.
tHv J) and that thers can be but one result In tho
,' close districts, and that Is the election
,-t of Tammany candidates. It was gonerallr ac-
IJBV.a cepted that these Citizens' Union nominations
Hi for Assemblymen, Councilman, and Aldermen
I will solidify the Republican party for Oen.
Tracy and tneclty and county tickets. Mr. Low
HjQI haa insisted that ha would recelre Republican
Hil Totes. The Republicans at the Fifth ATenue
BHbI Hotel said last night that after reading thepro-
VVI gramme of the Clta to attempt to elect Tarn-
BBS many candidates all the Renubllcana In Greater
I New York will close the ranks and become ono
jVJH great united party for the election of the city
HBfl and county tickets, and furthermore that the
JjbH battles for Assemblymen. Councllmen. and
Aldenntn Trill be hotly contested in every dls-
j triot.
H TSfan't Inra Law ta otiiga Ckarlx liinut
WSfl The Exacntire Committee of the Chamber of
HHJI Commerce, of which Charles Stewart Smith of
the Citizens' Union la Chairman, had a meeting
JHHl In the Chamber of Commerce at 11:30 ycaterdaj-
H morning. The committee met to ascertain what
HBj attitude on the Greater New York Mayoralty
HiH campaign should be recommended at tho annual
HH meeting of the Chamberon Thursday.
All the mambers of the Executive Committee
IHHl were present. It nad beea known for two or
HHJ three days that an effort would be made at this
V B meeting to commit the Chamber of Commerce
I 1 to the candidacy of Seth Low. Mr. Smith of the
V-'B Clta la very partial to Mr. Low, and so is Alex-
B axtder . Orr. who, as President of the Cham-
H M ber, la exofflclo a member of the Executive
pas tominitifls.
A Hi When Mr. Smith and hia fellow committeemen
HAY took up the question yesterday aa to whether
SJcTfl the Chamber of Commerce should Indorse Seth
KB Low or in any way take action aa to hla candl-
HlB dacy.it was demonstrated that a majority of
H IB the committee were opposed to any such action.
BVlM The committeemen who attended the meeting
tWjKfl did not care to speak in detail of what bad oc-
HfjA I currad. All that one member of the committee
affapfffl would say was:
JBRJ "There will be no action taken concerning the
'fjSJjVil candidacy of Mr. Low. Further than that 1 can-
IHfc Dot soeak."
B m r While Mr. Orr eupporta lxw, he haa been op-
I ST posed. It was said, lor some time back to brlng-
I S I Ing political matters into the Chamber ut Com-
f merce. There are many Republican members
(J) of the Chamber of Commerce who favor Gen.
m Tracy for the reason that he stands on the Hu
I & Louis platform. In Tiew of this situation Mr.
. Smith did not finally precipitate a resolution
i 9 calling on the Executive Committee of the
m Chamber to Indorse Mr. Low.
'M Early in June Mr. smith, so his friends said
U yesterday, desired tbe Union League Club, of
,M which he is prominent member, tu take some
9 action looking lo an Indorsement of tbe Citizens'
,-9 Union mutemenu Members of the Chamber of
'M Commerce who ure also members of the Union
: League Club recalled this contemplated action
9L on the part of Mr. Smith, and said that tho
rffH Union League was ready to Jump on Mr. amitn'a
IBjV proportion to Indorse tne Cltlzena' Union niove-
.fS meat, and ao Mr. Smith did not present It lo the
'AWJ club, ll was said yesterday that the Chamber
of Commerce to-day stands Just where the Union
Jj League Club stood in June.
It waa positively aatd yesterday afternoon by
ISHjf those acquainted with what occurrad at the
J meeting of the Executive Committee of the
9pH Chamber that the proposition to commit the
Chamber to the candidacy of Seth Low had Big
IV nally failed.
; roR a mot riaiiT or Brooklyn,
M Beta VaelUn .r the Itepuklleaaa United and
-S In Tremeariaua Karnest.
M The Executive Committee of the Republican
j-H County Committee in Ilrooklyn met laut night
' at Its rooim In the Johnston Imlldlnt; to arrange
vfS for actlvo cumpalgn vurk. There were indlcu-
I'M tlons, coif that the battle for control of tho
9 I Greater Sew York 1 on in earnest, that all fac-
Jfl I tlonal hottillt,. s ou!d ccam mid both tides
,fl I work In earneal for the success of tho ticket.
J 1 JUBtico Ilrenurr moved thut an Advisory Com.
V 1 znittee of ten bhould be aiilnttd toco-operatu
uU M Tixh the oinmltteo of nine, thren from fach
111 Council district in ilrooklyn, In runnintr tho
XB-f campaign. BherlB luttlli w,H ttl llrnt In-
?1Un.ed.J kfct "l.fl'O.I'ropoiltiun. contending
jLWm that the rule of allowing Iho Executive Coin-
sTIIbI tolttee to conduct the canvuna n it., own way
R 0H d J.ODrvetl. At the request of several
INuIhIi nl.'ello,v comuiiucemen hu withdrew hU
JUB ' pposltlon, and Justice Hrenmr'a resolution
K waa adopted.
B Wm luo "VP '""cans nre neiermlnel to put ud a
III strong llulit In I!rolii. NcUIilt County
111 C.'"S .W?fth "2r hl,eIw. "uttllng takes any
HAV ,fflc ln the variegated Clta' L nlon-Shepardlta
ticket, and there U no foundation for the rumom
which havo len lmluatrioiiily circulali-d thut
111 c ar? contemplating a bolt tn Ixjw Th-y
tnaiie their Httlit ni ibu convcntluu and they
11 ?,rop?,,e ,t0 ,,lll ,,,y ll" decision. ,lnTilt
111 "Uttling has utsurfd Mr. Altcrbury, Mr. Wlllla
111 fillcl toelr associates on tho county ticket thai
Bit . r, ean, depend on the earnest support o' hu
bBS vi'.i " ,ln ll"! campaign and hi llm polls.
I ?,e',"ier ) nor'any ot his friends will make any
1 dicker with the enemies of thy party.
,U Tk Lo'"' Itawubllrau l...u. Uas a IUllHca.
I'VM "n Sl.KI.i tin irnunee.
jlB The Loyal Republican league held a ratlflca.
9BH Uoo meeting last evening In Brooke's Assembly
JPJ Rooms in Jlroome street and Indorsed the can-
1 J"latesnomlnatil by the Itpublican Conven-
HI nan ii'i""eii''" M"rl,h I'.reslUfd, and Congress-
U ?,',,iiil"'T;Nl"rrTM'ltl,e" ws tl10 Principal
!ifi .,r' T1,',0 ball was trended with enthusi.
btTsI t" i p"1' '!'!"" t-d retuliitions di'iiouuilng
I.TL'"""1 l,,110n furdfilminctotonfurwlth
HI adorned''0"11 'aVOr "' Kuoli ''""'"'uentwere
I.nn'a Inilllule r liliV noin,
fJKa, vTh 'omniiiteo of twenty rhe of the New
vyKBP rW c'ounrll of the American Instituto of
'H inlVi',.'VlllL'',1'"uyr' I'upreaaUo in name than
S thai .,''" 'S" ?nea tt address calling for
" tiouof UethLow,
Be Arrepta tha Itrpabllran Kemtnatlon fer
Ctiler Judge or tha Caurt or Appeals.
Tho Hon. William J. Wallace, Unltod States
Circuit Court Judte for the Second District
(Now York, Vermont nnd Connecticut), who
was unanimously nominated for Chlof Judgo
of Uio Court of Appeals by the Republican State
Committee, which wna endowed with tho
powers of u Stnto Convention by the convention
which nominated Gov. Hlack ln SanitognMn
1HB0, wns formally notified yestcrdny of his
nomination. Tho notification ceremonies took
place ln tho private chnuibrrs of Judgo Wnllaco
in tho Federal building. The Advisory Com
mltteo of tho State Commlttoo hud been ap
pointed ns tho Notification Couimltteo. All
wero present. Senator Thomas C. Piatt, Chaun
coy M, Dopcw, cx-Scnator Frank Hlscock, Kd
wanl liutcrbnch nnd Frank S. Wltherbce.
In addition Clmrlct W. llackott, Chulrman of
tho licimbllciiu Sute Coinmiltcu, and Post
muster Vim Cott wcro present.
llr. Dcpcw was piiokcsnian. Ho said:
"Judgo Wallace: Tho pleasant and honorablo
duty devuhea upon us of tendering tm tho
nomination of tiiu Rruublican party of the
Utiilo of Now York for Chief Judgo of tho Court
of Appeals. The nomination was made by tho
-eprcsenuitlvcs with enthusiasm nnd unanimity.
It reception by the press of the party haa boon
alngulurly eonipllmrnmry to our choice, and
has indicated u toliility of public upprovul.
Tho highest court of the Empire Stnto haa from
the foundation of our Government bold tho first
rank in the authority ot lis decisions among
tho tribunals ot tho vurious commonwealths.
In dignity and Influence It ranks next to the
Supremo Court of the United States, lta his
tory has been mado illustrious by having upon
its rolls the must euii&cnt luvvyora and Judges
of our country.
"In beeklng n candidate for the Chief Jus
ticeship of tills great court but one name was
presented to our State Committee, nnd that was
your onn. Yuur twenty years of servlco upon
tho Federal bench huve been dlstlnirulshcil by
hose rare gifts which inaku tho great, wise, nolo
and Impartial Judtre. In druftlng you from
tho United States Court into nur Court of Ap
peals, wo feel that wo am honoring both our
country and our city; our country by taking
from lta kcrvlco so gifted' a son because wo
Souhl thus best strengthen nnd prescrvo tho tra
Ition ot our own court of last resort. Wo be
llovo that this choice will meet at tha polls
with the cordial approbation of the ieople of
New York, and that wo shall have the privl
lego of congratulating our Slato and jourself
upon tho happy result."
Judgo Wtulaco replied:
"Gentlemen of the Committee: I feel hon
ored far bojontl my dcerts that tbe authorized
representatives ot the Republicans ot New
York should deem mo a worthy candidate for
the highest judicial office of the Stale, and I
wish to express to tho state Committee. lta ad
visory associates, anil to their members Indi
vidually my profound nnd grateful apprecia
tion of stKh a manifestation ot partiality and
confidence. That office Is not ono lu which party
politics can find any sphere of influence; but my
nomination by the Republicans ot the State
makes me primarily their candidate, and I fully
recognizo tout I should not have tiecn selected if
I hod not been known to bo in thorough and pro
nounced accord with the principles and policies
of the Republican paity. I esteem it an ines
timable prlvilego to have been associated with
that party when It fought for denationalizing
slavery; when It piloted the nation through tho
civil war to a vindicated Constitution and a
restored Union; when It rehabilitated the re
public into an enduring brotherhood of States:
through the years of marvellous prosperity that
blessed tho country under its administration of
the Government, and through those recent per
ilous days when tho rights of property and the
interests of honest labor, the just claims of pub
lic and prlvatelcreditors, the supremacy otluw,
and the foundations ot social order, found it
their bulwark ot defence. 1 trust my candidacy
will appeal to Republican voters because of
my identification with their cause; but I should
bo unworthy ot their support unless it also ap
peals to them, and to good citizens Irrespective
of party, because during a somewhat long term
ot service upon tho bench I have endeavored
to discharge my duties faithfully, without fear
or favor, and with the single purpose of ad
ministering even-handed justice.
"I accept the nomination, and beg to tnank
the Notification Committee most sincerely for
the Terr kind terms Ln which they have con
veyed their message."
brookztit rrojrr.v ur zixjc
Mr. Qnutc Talks ta Tbam an the Issaea T tka
Lemuel E. Qulgg went to Brooklyn yesterday
and made a brief address on the political situa
tion before the Woman's Republican Union
League Club ln its rooms in the Joonston build
ing. Mayor Wurster and Lteut-OoT. Woodruff
had been Invited, but they sent letters ot regret.
The women's club was organized in the heat of
the last Presidential campalgo to aid ln stem
mlnr the tide of Bryanlam, and this year the
great majority ot the members are true-blue
Republicans and opposed to the Mugwump
methods of the Cits' Union. Mrs. Kate Uoit
wick, the President of the club, came out
earnestly in support of Gen. Tracy directly after
his nominations.
Tbe proceedings yesterday opened with the
reading of a paper by Mrs. Jane Pierce on " The
Responsibility of Party Nominations." Mrs.
Pierce took strong ground ln favor of the Toting
hosts enrolling themselves under the standard
of one or the other of the great parties, and ln
holding the parties to a strict responsibility for
their nominees. Mrs.(ate Scrlmgeour, who Is
a Low admirer, nsked:
" What is the difference between the Republi
can par y and the Citizens' Union I"
Mrs. Pierce replied: "The Citizens' Union Is
simply a body of -."0 men, who got together and
selected a man who pleases them for a high and
important ottlce. 1 haven't a word to say as to
tht- candldateof the Citizens' Union, but I ques
tion the political wisdom ot an organization
which didn't seek to alula Its ends by honor
able means."
Mr. Quigg got a warm reception when he was
Introduced and there was a second outburst of
aptilnu-e when he said that be would "hall with
delight ths day when women shall be able to
He then told the women what a grand organ
ization tbe Republican party, under whose ban
ner they were lighting, had become In tho vast
territory toon to te consolidated. There was
not, be said, a single election district in the
Greater New Yor in which It did not have a
flourishing organization.
"Such Is not tbe case," ho remarked, "with
our friends of the Citizens' Union. If our party,
which has stood for competency, for honesty,
for patriotism and rectitude. Is lo be divided
against Itself, then Tammany Hall may again
step in.'
Mr. Qulgg told of the efforts which tho Re
publicans had mado to effet t a reil union of all
the anti-Tamminy organizations nnd how they
had been upset by the headstrong notion of the
Citizens' Union Committee of Sl.iO, one-third of
whom belong to the Low University Settlement.
There was much handclapplng when Mr. Qulgg
eulogizrd Oen. Tracy as a citizen, a Justice of
tho Court of Appeals, a Union soldier, and as
Herreta'y of tbe Navy, Of Mr. Low hr said:
"Haiuberitod a large fortune and It has not
spoiled him wholly. Ho U the President
of a college. When he took charge of It tliere
wns no debt on It, but now there Is ncarlv
s:i,(KH),(KK). He was Mayor of Ilrooklyn nnd
made a good Mavor. and there Is nothing wrong
about him. only that b Is trying to Ixi Mayor of
the Grc-iler New York by smnshlng the Re
publican parly." In closing. Mr. Qulgg pro
dieted that either tbe Republican party or Tam
many Hall would win.
nuaisi.i. RF.rviiT.icAxa.
ratrtck MrCaull Komlaaled far Ueveraar
Fair Klectlons Demanded.
RicnMOND, Va., Oct. 5. At the Republican
Stats Convention tn Lynchburg to-day Jacob
Yost, permanent Chairman, said the Republi
cans in the State would compel an honest elec
tion law, and would be ready to put down fraud
both ln their own ranks anil those of the Demo
crats. The commute.) passed resolutions re
atilrmlng the allegiance of the Virginia Itenubll.
cans to the national Republican party and
Indorsrd tboSt. Iiiis platform and demanded
fair State elections,
Tbe convention nominated for Governor Pat
rick MtC'aullof Culpcprr. formerly Collector of
Internal Revenue of the western district of
Virginia and a defeated candidate for Congress
from tho Soventh district in 1800. The other
names before the convention wereCapt Warren
H. I.urty of Harrisonburg and Col. William
Lamb, ex-Stale Chairman. William F. Wick
ham of Hanover was nominated for State Chair
man. Roth nominations were accepted.
(). I). Roller of Roxklngbain was nominated
for Lieutenant-Governor and James Lyons of
Richmond (or Attorney-General. The latter
boiled tbe Uemoc ratio pirty and joined the Re
publicans when Uryan was nominated for Presi
dent, rrate'U atalast tha ruins r .Namlnallena.
Jamaica, I I Oct. 5. Protests against the
filing of tha nominations of tho National Democ
racy were filed with County Clerk John H. Sut
Sbln In this village last evening. The protest Is
lroctetlacalust the county and borough nomi
nations. JosepnCa.sirty and Frederick Rowley,
Democratic candidates for Councilman and
President ot the borough, are tho prime movers
ln tho protest.
Coroner llcnjamln G, Strong of Long Island
City has brought an action ugalust tho County
Clerk to determine whether inrco borough Cor
oners arc tu b chosen under the charter of tho
Greater New V prk In ihe Iwrough of Queens at
this election. Noprovi.lnnlsniaduinthuiharter
for the election of borough Coroners this year,
although there U provision for such ollices. Tho
matter will bo argued before Justice Smith in
the Queens Coiiniy Supreme court ln Louirlal.
and City to-morrow.
finally flhe Beard a Scream and a rati Ottr.
head Than she and Mar Husband Betted
Tbelr Dosrs Toan Homethln That Dripped
ri-om tha Celling Confirmed Her Intnltlen.
This Is the statement of Margaret Farley, the
wife of James Farley, a railroad conductor, who
lives at Lafayette avenuo and Fourth street.
West Ilrlghton, S. I In tho matter of the mur
der ot Mary E. Lynch by her husband, Peter
Lynch, a laborer, and the attempt of Lynch to
commit suicide both on the night ot Monday,
"It la a sorry day for this house and for all
that live in It, and may God have mercy on us
and on the soul ot her that Is gone. Thore aro
somo who say that Peter Lynch was drunk when
ha did It, but he was not drunk. There are some
who say he was crazy, but he was not crazy. Or
It he was crazy, he has been so for five years
that I know of, and may bo moro. For these fits
have come on him for fire year, since he was
married. When he would drink, and he was
drinking all the time, be would be jonlous
of his wife. And a better woman you
will never see. Nor I. May God have
mercy on her soul I He was so crazy
that If you, who never saw the woman In your
life, wero out on tho street before tho house,
minding your own business, and Poter came
home drunk, he would be after killing you for
being ln the house with the woman, and you
never knowing who the woman was. Ab, but
he waa n bad man. Tho dovil was ln him.
"But he was not drunk last night. He was
not drinking tor some time. I think It was at
the primaries two w,eeks ago this day. He was
drunk then for thxeo days. And on the night of
Thursday he fell over the stair Into the halL
Right before my door. Dr. Townshend said he
was 111 from the effect of Intoxication and to
give him the medicine and keep him from work
nnd to keep the drink away from him. Ho was
ln bed from then on, and Mrs. Lynch, God have
mercy on her. she has no more troubles but her
children are all alone, and his mother, they
watted on him. In all that time we heard not a
word from him until yestsrday.
"When it was dark and Jimmy (my man)
cams In and was going to bed, he says to me:
" 'How Is the man upstairs!'
'"Alt day long,' says I. 'he has been rum
bling and talking as you hear him now,' says L
So he Is sick abed no longer.'
"'He'd better stop his drinking, now,' says he,
" God knows he had.' savs I.
"At 11 o'clock I woke up. It waa as If I bad
a feeling things were not as they should be.
Thero was no sound except tho poor woman
walking up and down up there. That looking
at the celling Is her blood. It Is a sorry thing.
Arrah me I It is a sorry thing I
"And I fell Into a doze. All the time I was
dreaming that Pat Malloy, who la the watchman
at the Town Hall, was walking around the bouso
looking at the windows above. I woka up and
I knew I bad been dreaming, and Pat was no
where near. But I felt as If things were not
right. I got out of tho bed and sat by tho table
there. I wanted to wake him (nodding at the
bed, but he was tired working on tho train all
day, and. says I to myself, ' I'll let him sleep.'
I sat by the table with the lamp lit, doing
nothing, for there waa no sound ln the house.
Mrs. Lynch was walking no more. Rut I was
afraid, for It seemed as if something was wrong.
Then all of a sudden she screamed out loud up
there, and I hoard her run Into another room. I
said to myself: ' She was tired with waiting on
her man. and she was dreaming in her slceD.
Poor thing.' Poor thing, Indeed. Rut what did
I know I
"Then ln a minute there came a heavy fall
and Peter was yelling. Tbey seemed to be light
ing and she screaming. Xacn I waked him up.
" Jimmy,' I says. bo has taken another crazy
fit. He is going to do her barm, I fear.'
"And ha got up then and listened. Then
there came a noise at tbe door upstairs as if be
waa going to tear it down. I heard him call out:
" ' Let me out of the doorl Let me out of the
door or I'll push it down,' and with that he did
push It down.
" ' Jimmy.' says I, ' put down the lhrht and
bolt the door or he'll bo In here to Kill us all.
Bolt the door, Jimmy,' says I: ' bolt the door.'
"So ho bolted the door and turned down the
lamp and went Into tho children's room and told
them to put what thoy could against the door In
there and to lock the windows and keep qiileU
for Peto was taken with another crazy fit. Then
we looked at the window and saw him go by
down Fourth street to bis mother's. He waa in
his shirt and drawers, and little Johnny Reillv,
who boards with them and slept in the sama
room with them, waa running along behind.
And Johnny's face was white as a sheet.
" He went up on the doorsteD of his mother's
house, and he was there for somo time. We sat
with the llgnt turned dawn, afraid for our lives.
The children up above wero crying; Annie and
the baby. (May God tie easy with them! Poor
little things and with Goorirlr. the oldest, who
was at his grandmother's.) While we sat thero
I heard something 'drip! drip! drip!' ln tho
corner mere, poiniing ami lowering ner voico
to a whisper. drip." it went, 'drip.drlp.' 1
saw Jimin) turn his bead, and I knew he board
It. too, but ho said nothing; nor did I. Then I
could stand It no longer.
"'For God's sake. Jimmy.' says I, 'for God's
sake, turn up tbe light and see what It Is that Is
dropping like that.
"He turned up the lamp and cameoverhere
walking to the corner), "and I lifted tne mnt
lifting it nnd pointing to a red spot on the floor,
and thero!
"'Jimmy,' saTsI; 'he's killed her!'
" ' He hus," says he, 'sure enough.'
" With that he put on his clothes and took his
hilly (he used to be on the nlgbt watchl and ran
for the police lo give the alarm that there had
been murder in the house. I locked the door
after him for fear of Peter coming back. Sure
enough he came and he went up tho stairs to
where his children were crying. Johnny Rellly
waa not with him, for he had gone to Peters
brother, that Is, Frank Lynch, who is the letter
carrier, to tell him what ha4 been dono.
"Then there was a noise outside, and I looked
through the shutter and there was Pat Molloy,
walking around tbe house looking at the win
dows above.
"Would to God I waa dreaming again,' says
I to miself. Hut with that (pointing to the
corner) I knew It was no dream. Then the po
liceman came, too. and Jimmy, and they started
up the stairs, and I heard Peter, who was stand
ing ln the door be had broken In. yelling:
"Come up and take my children.' he says. In
a voice as If he was drunk. IThey toll me he was
cutting at bis throat and at his wrists with a
razor all the time, whllo bis w.fe, with all her
clothes on as she lay down to rest, too tired to
undress herself, lay behind him with her throat
all cut.)
"Come and take my children.' be says. 'and
I'll kill myself.'
'VJhey went upstairs and took him nway, and
by God's help I hope I will never see his wicked
face again. Theysaythat.be Is not to die from
his hurt, but I trust God In his mercy will let
the man die nf what he himself has done, for tbe
poor mother's sake.
" That is all I know about It, I havo not seen
her, nor hTti I been up the stairs. I did not see
him, and I hope that Ood will grant I am never
to seo him again. It Is a sorry day for this
house and all that are In it, and mir God have
mercy on us."
Caunt Undent Ranvpeara tn Public,
Spitlal Cable Deiputch lo TtixSca.
Yiensa, Oct. 5. Count Iladent, Prime Min
ister of AuBtrla, who was wounded In tbearm
ln a duel with Dorr Wolff, made his appear
ance ln the Relchsrath to-day for the first time
since the encounter. He received an enthu
slasllo welcome, and was overwhelmed with
Ureal Things Claimed far a stew Rifle.
Spteial Cable fleepatch to Tux Rvx.
MxxnorjItKB, Australia, Oct. 5, A Victorian
named Ashton haa Invented a rifle which. It Is
asserted, Is superior to other rides In use.
Satisfactory Government tests of tho weapon
have been made, with the result that the claim
of tbe Inventor appears to be indisputable.
cakes made with
Royal Baking Pow
der are anti-dya-peptlcm
You can eat
them with impunity.
It's an Old Came In the Writ-How It Didn't
Cnrrr Chicago for llryan.
One or two of the yellow journals ot New York
have printed protended polls of voters and their
predilections concerning the candidates for
Mayor of Greater New York. Ono of tho polls
Is printed by a paper that favors; Seth Low, and
another by a paper partial to Henry George. In
both cases Gen. Tracy is put ln tho background
by these pretended polls. Tho Republican man
agers said yesterday that they wero well nwaro
why thesS protendod polls wore printed. It Is
merely a now style of campaigning in New
York. It Is old In Chicago.
For Instanoo, all during the national fight a
year ago one ot tho Chicago nowspapors printed
every morning a pretended poll of the voters of
Cook county. Every morning this newspaper
came out with Its pretended poll, and
every morning the poll showed that William
J. Bryan was far ahoad In Cook county, and
would carry the county by nt lenst 100.000
majority. At first these pretended polls annoyed
Chairman Hanna of tho Republican Nntional
Committee, but he quickly saw through the
scheme and diagnosed It as one to create n
sentiment ln Cook county favorable to
Rryau. Tho pretendod polls of the two yel
low newspapers of New York, city, like tho
pretended poll of tho Chicago paper, ore but
thinly veiled schemes, the Republican managers
said, to crcato a sentiment ln favor of the can
didates respectively advanced by these two
newspapers. Instead of carrying Cook county
by 100,000, as tho pretended poll ot the Chi
cago newspaper said he would, Bryan waa
beaten In Cook county by 09,077. In other
words, tho pretended poll of the Chicago news
paper waa merely a fake nnd was demonstrated
to be a most lamentable fake on election day
when McKlnley swept Cook county.
Resmblleaa and Tammany tlall Cnaventlnns
In Thren Districts.
The Republican and Tammany Hall conven
tions tn the Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Ju
dicial districts to nominate candidates for Civil
Justices were held last night. The Re
publicans of tbe Eloventh district got Into
a deadlock. There were twenty-four delegates
ln tho convention nnd they were equally di
vided between James P. Davenport and Francis
J. Worcester. At midnight a recess was taken.
The leaders said tho deadlock would not be
broken before morning.
Tho men named by the other conventions
Dtit. Republican. Tammany.
10 Douglas otathewion. John M. Tlerney
11 (Deadlock) WlllUm E. Millings
12 Richard S Arnow William rsnnrld
The National Democrats and the Clta' Union
of the Twelfth Judicial district Indorsed Arnow,
the Republican nominee.
nanus of melf-ixsiolation.
rindlnc tha Bndlei mf nix M.r renin TTrin
Contented tn B Burled Allvn.
Sprelal Cable Deepateh to Tne Sun.
Odessa. Oct, 5. Further excavations In the
pits near Tlrespol, where a number of fanati
cal followers of tho Haskolniki were self-Immolated
by being buried allvo some months
ago, havo revealed six moro bodies of men,
women, and children. Tho search Is being
continued. It is believed that thirty other
bodies are still' In the series of pita, where the
horrible rites of tho fanatical sect were prac
ticed. Thus far the bodies of upward of thirty
persons vvlio oluntnrilv sacrificed themselves
to the fanaticism of this religions sect huve
been recovered.
The sect ot the Raskolnlkl is a survival of
tho old dissenters who were persecuted ln
Russia for two centuries. Their treatment
was worst under Empress Sophia, when thou
sands of them were knouted by the State. Tbo
result was that they bocaino fiercely fanati
cal and Invented a doctrine of salvation by
martyrdom. They aro now practicing self-Immolation.
This ITas nqusted hr Xatmla Pending Uin
Settlement with Turhejr.
Spteial Cmble Deepateh to Ths Sou.
Attiens. Oct. 5. Tho new ministry met the
Boule at its session to-day. Prime Minister
Zalmls asked that the Chamber adjourn so aa to
enable the Government to settle the Turkish
In his speech he foreshadowed elaborate re
forms in the administration, particularly In tbe
finance denartment, and a reorganization ot the
forces. Upon tbe conclusion of his speech the
Boule adjourned sin' die.
Tha Fearful Epidemic Tram Which Kxaldstone,
Rngland, la MutTertng.
Speeinl Cable lltepateh ta Tnx Br.
Lojjpon, Oct. 5. Tho latest returns from Maid
stone, Kent, where typhoid fever Is raging, show
1, 400 cases and fifty-sit deaths.
This Is an Increase, of seventy cases since
yesterday, and the hope that the epidemic bad
reached Its climax Is nisippnliited. The Queen
has sent a message of sympathy to the Mayor of
the town.
she Is Bipacted to Kqual tha Halsar YVIIhelm
Der Croase In Speed.
fpeeial Cable Deepateh to Tni Sen.
BrrtLlN, Oct. .1. The North German Lloyd
steamer Kaiser Frledrlch was launched at Dant
zlg to-day. She Is a somewhat smaller vessel
than the Kaiser Wllhrlm der Grosse. but It Is
expected that he will equal the latter In speed.
The Kaiser Frledrlch has three funnels equl
dlstan ly jilaeed. and two masts with graceful
lines which give her tho appearanennr a great
yacht. She Is (100 feet long over all. (i-t feet In
breadth, and measures 11 feet from the keel to
the sldunf the, upper deck. Her gross tonnage
Is l'J.OOO and her displacement when laden to a
draught of 'JS feet Is 17.000 tons. Ilor engines
are amidships, lnsteid of being placed in tbe
alter part of the shin. The arranraments for
the accommodation of her passengers and crew
are similar to those of tbe Kaiser Wllbelm der
empire la the Venesuelnn Dispute.
Speeinl Cable Deepateh to Tnx Son.
London', Oct. 5. It Is understood here that an
eminent Russian jurist will bo sulected aa um
pire in the Venezuelan dispute. The selection
will not le announced officially until the Czar
has formally given his consent to the appoint
ment. There Is soinn controversy as to whether
Great Britain or the United States shall ap
proach Russia first on tho subject.
filJl!!: oW "t.
Don't Go to Alaska
OLD fillPi!
DUST iSflll
All Grocers Sell It. pf Wt
Cleans Everything. l ?f
Chicago, St Louis. Mew York. Bostoa. PhlhUslphla.'L
How dona this strike you? Lot
us mako'yoiir next Buit or ovorcoat
you keop it a week, autl if it
doesn't improve ou acquaintance
roturn and pot your rnonoy.
Wo have a special lino of fine,
unfinished dross worsteds and vi
cunas, that aro very Boft and will
not wear glossy, and striped Eng
lish worsted for trousers.
Cutaway suit to order $20.00.
Double breasted frock suit $23.00.
Business suit to order of Inch
grado Scotch choviot $10.00.
Ovoreoats of covert cloths, melton
and kerseys, lined with silk that
wo guanintoo to wear satisfactorily
2 Seasons, to order $20.00.
Broadway & 9th St.
Our Only Store.
The Dlstlna-ulehea' rtrother er the Late CarSU
nnl A'ewrann Dlee Ased oa Venre,
Prof. Francis William Newman, tho younger
brother of Cardinal Newman, died jesterday
ln London at tho ago of 02. Ho had nlways
represented in his rellgltus opinions views
wholly antithetical to thoso of his older
brother, who finally became a member of the
Roman Catholic Church, and steadily pro
gressed ln the breadth of his acceptance of the
Church's .doctrines, while Francis William
Newman, rejectlne ono religious belief after
another, finally became nn agnostic Froude,
who said that John Henry Newman
had taken refuge in the Roman Catholic
Church as n reaction against the prevail
ing skepticism of Kuropo. was another
of the men who passed out of the Influence of
the Oxford movement Into agnosticism, while
the same doctrines which they had once be
lieved together landed John Henry Newman ln
the Church of Rome nnd made his brother, Uko
Froude, a skeptic.
Prof, Newman was born in London, and was
educated in Haling and at Worcester Col
lege, Oxford, where he took a double first-class
medal in classics nnd mathematics. This wasln
lM'JM, and lu mat year be uus elected n fellow of
Baliol College. It bud belli his intention to toko
orders, but ho gave up this plan, and on account
of certain scruples against the doctrine of in
fant baptism he reslgneil his scholarship after
four years. He then went tn Bagdad with tho
purposo of doing missionary work there, but ho
soon decided that his opinions unfitted him for
that work, and after three ears, abandoning it
wholly, he returned to Knglnil. He gave up
then any occupation ot a religious nature and
became classical professor ln Brlslol College,
By this time he had almost ceased to call him
self a Christian.
In lr)4( ho accepted tho post of classical pro
fessor at Manchester and remained in that place
for six years, going at the end of that time to
tbo University College of London. Ho was
there until lbtiX .Mrtady be had written works
on religion subjects, nf which tbe best known
are: "The Soul," published while he was at the
Ixinilnn college, " Phases of Faith" nnd
"Theism," hoth of which appenrud in lPtlf. lie
ceaseu totlnss himself as a Christian, nnd he
had defined his purpose as " that of saving all
that la snlrltunl, pure and merciful ln Chris
tianity amid tbe wreck which erudition has
mnH nf mrlhfilni,,."
Ills writings were by no means confined to re
ligious and spiritual subjects, and in tbe Hold of
political economy and history, classics, and
Oriental language he has written copiously and
with authority. He bad all his life kept fresh
the results of Ills college studies In Greek, Ijitln
and mathematics nnd he subsen,uentlr added to
these a scholarly knowledge of modern Arabic,
as well aa the ancient Niimidian, Mauritian,
and Gactulian languages. He also wrote on
Hebrew ami Christian theism nnd on ethical
subjects. In addition tn these classified works
Prof. Newman published a series of miscella
neous works ln four volumes, and two years ago
be contemplated a fifth volume In case he lived.
His latest work was a memoir of his brother.
He hu produced more than forty volumes in all,
and ono of these was devoted to the effect of
diet nn the huinnn sjttem. Hn was for the
greater part of his Ufa an abstainer from flesh
meat and lie whs equally opposed to tho use of
alchohol and tobacco, lie waa a member of the
bunking firm of Ramsbottoni, Newman & Co.
His older brother was for many yesrs of his life
complelely estranged from him and Is reported
not only to havo refused to speak to him, but to
have said that so far as John Henry, Cardinal
Newman, was concerned. Prof. Francis William
Newman was dead.
Obituary .olee.
Capt. W. P. Fowler, a well-known member of
the Confederate Camp of Veterans In this city,
died on Friday last nt a private hospital In this
city after an operation for aDpondkltls. Ills
funeral will lie held at the headquarters of tho
Confederate Camp of Veterans at 70 Klghth
avenue, at 10 o'clock this morning. Mr. Fowler
was formally years connected with the firm of
Shattuck Si Hoffman and recently with Mr. F.
B. Hoffman of 1 Bowling Green.
The Hon. Thomas C. Peckham, formerly of
Coventry, II. I., died at bis home In Providence
yesterday suddenly of apoplexy. He had been
a woollen manufacturer since 1 'ill, and at the
time of his death managed thu business ot the
Onco Manufacturing Compsti). Reserved sev
eral terms In the state Legislature.
Miss A. Kate Martlne. a sister of James A.
Marline of Plalnfleld, Is dead at her borne there.
Miss .Marline wns a member nf the Crescent
Avenuo Presbyterian Church, the Monday
Afternoon Club, and the Town Improvement
Fred M. Wood worth, a commission merchant,
died nn Monday nt his home, IIIW Macon street.
Brooklyn, aged D4 ears. Ho was a Mason and
a member ot the Royal Arianum.
Value or llarney ltaraala Ketate.
Special Cable Deepateh to Tiir Suit.
London, Oct. 5. The (llobe says that the oof
value of tho estate of Barney Barnato, the
famous S'outh African millionaire, who com
mltted sulnlde In June by Jumping overboard
from the steamer Hcot while on her way from
South Africa to England, Is f4,(00,&pn.
RUKDF.KLAKD, Vt , August SHth, 189S.
Dr. n. H. KANE, Now York, N. V.
Dear Air: naving been
Ooperatsd on by you for
Varicocele of 20 years'
standing, t would say that
my condition before opera
Y( j"Tfjrt "on " n,n't deplorable.
V, .ISLV I was lerrltilj nsrvoos, and
Y" TrVT otten lied a tired, tlckta-
iNjj-rSik Ing feeling In tbe psrts af
h XSkW. tr walking a long dlitance.
?'' r '" organs were soft anil
V YTf almost gone and my mind
was scry much drpreued.
Sines tbe operation all thme symptoms bare disap
peared, my phytlcal condition Is Improved aud.lha
mind Is relieved of that ilepraied effect, which I
suppose was caused by the Varicocele.
Yours truly,
Free, Healed nnd Without Marke.
Dr. If. II. Kane's remarkable Clinical Lecturesonthe
Positive and Lasting Cure of VAKICOCEI.E, BTIUC.
Coasultatlon free.
Hours, 10-12 A. M , 2- and 1-H P M Buaday, S.
Br, IL O, KANE, 13d West 3ta St., New Yorkdt.
A Hansom Cab Horse, frlshtened br an Am
bnlnnen ionr, Tnliee tn the Kldawallc at
Twentj.fnurlb Hlrerl nnH Ituna Down the
Passing llroadtmr Tkrong Ite Driver Hurt
A cab horse, frightened by tho clanging of an
nmbulatico bell, ran nwny from Twenty-sixth
street and Madison suuaro shortly beforo U
o'clock jcatcnla) afternoon, dragging-u hansom
after It. Tnklng to tho Broadway Bldcwalk nt
Twenty-fourth street, It plunged Into the midst
of the shoppers, who aro nlwnys to be found In
groat numbera from that corner down to
Twenty-third street, scattering men nnd ironies
right mid left, . number of pooplo wero In
jured, ami ono man was killed.
The owner of tho horso nntl hansom la Luko
Koarney of a:u Kost Twenty first street. Tho
drlcr was his brother, John Kearney. Tho
horso had been nt tho carriage stand nt Twenty
sixth street and Mudlson siimirc, west, for some
time. Kearney hnd had a faro from 11:30
o'clock until nbout 2 o'clook, and conse
quently had had no tlmo to feed his horse. Tho
horse frisked around a bit when Kearney fixed
tho string of Iho oat bag around Its neck, nnd
seemed unusually lively, Kearney thought
nothing of It, however, and ns soon as he had
tho bag adjusted ho climbed Into hU seat nt
tbo back of tho hansom nnd, started to road a
In tho meantime two men who wero work
ing on one of ilia trenches dug by tho Depart
ment of Public Works in connection with tho
Fifth avenuo Improvements had been ocr
come with gas and nn ambulance call had been
sent to tho New York Hospital. The ambulance
came up Broadway at a good pace, tho driver
keeping tbo bell liolng at a dcafcninir rate
Kcnrncj's horse Is useil to cubic car gongs
and all of the ordinary noises of upper Broad
way, but the continuous clanging of -the ntn
btilnnee bell was too much. It pranced nbout
for a moment, and then, with n Hidden jerk of
Its head, threw tho oat bag from its mouth und
started olT on a trot.
"Whoa!" shouted Kearney, and grabbing
tho reins In one hand, ho readied toward tho
whip with tho other. That sullied the matter,
so far as the hnrc wns concerned. It gno n
leap and hturted diagonally across to tbo west
sldu of Broadway. The wheel of tho ab struck
the sldo of it caiilo cur, and fur 'ernl yards
the ehlclo ran ulong on ono wheel. Kearney,
meantime, had let go of the runs. Ho shout
ed for help nt tho top of his lungs, but the few
persons who heard him and wire ln a poi-i-tlon
to tackle tbe horso wore too Intent on get
ting out of thu way themselves to bother uer
Kearne's predicament.
Kearney wus thrown from his sent nt
Twenty-fourth street. Thero a well-lntcn-tinned
but short-sighted policeman dashed
from the park, waMng his nrms frantically at
the horse. Instead of stopping the animal, it
scned to drive It from the rood to the side
walk. 'Ihcro whs tho usual crowd of stjllnh
ly gowned women and frock-coated men
strolling along at that point. Those who saw
tho runawH) coming had no Idea of any dan
ger to themselM-s until the policeman drove
tho horse on tbe tilde walk. Then there arose
a chorus of shrieks that could lie htnrd blocks
away. Women screamed nnd men shouted
and rnn In at err direction, colliding with ono
another and adding to the general confusion.
In the midst of it nil the Ikxi.x of a linn went
sailing ln the air from the top of the hansom
and fell in tho gutter. It was Kearney. Tho
sharp turn onto tbe sidewalk which thu horso
made and tho jolt when tho wheels of thehnn
bom stiuck the edge of tho gutter threw him
out of his seat, tearing his hand from the small
rail which ha had grasped to savo himself.
He fell on tbo buck of his head, and blood
flowed Into the gutter from n scalp wound.
The horso dashed on. Warning shouts
from every side scattered the jiooiile In front,
but everybody couldn't get out nf the way, nnd
Just above the Fifth .Menuo Hotel entrance u
man und a woman wtre knocked down. Tho
two wero together, and h.id been looking lu a
store window. Tbey turned around nnd walked
out into tho middle of tho tide-walk right In
front of tho runaway. The warning shouts
were too late. The couple stood rooted to tho
spot. The bornu danhea Mraight ut the iirtu.
knoc king him over as though he were a feather.
A moment lattr he was under the horse's hoofs
and u shout went up from tbe crowd. Tho
woman was hit by tho wheel of tho hnnsoin.
She was thrown under the horse, but the ani
mal's hoofn r-enped her. The off wheel struck
her on tho head, however, and it was thought
that hr r skull was eru-hed.
At the southwest corner of Fifth avenue and
Twenty-third street, tho beginning of tho big
gest shopping block In tho cltj, there were
scores of women passing to nnd fro. Somo of
them would have been Keriously Injured, per
haps killed, but fur .i big Broadway policeman.
Wit harms out St ret chedhu descended upon thorn,
and cl'itplng every body be could ln his tiunraco,
pushed them out of the wuy. A man and a
woman wen1 knocked down, but they were only
slightly injured and got away before their names
m Ud bo procured.
Just below tho corner of Twenty-third street,
on Fifth avenue, the han-oni overturned. It
struck n pllo nf gr.iuito blocks and fell over
with a crash. Tho harness broka and the horso
dashed on nlonc. Near Twentj-tlrst street It
wns captured by a policeman. After the run
away passed Twenty-third street u number of
women, who had hud narrow oscapos, fainted.
They were brought around all right by the ap
plication of ordinary remedies.
In response to nmbulunco calls rung bv vari
ous excited individuals three New York Hospi
tal ambulances and one from Bellevue came
dnnglng up ln front nf the Fifth Ai'nue Hotel.
The sidewalk and road was blocked by thou
sands of people and the crowd was Increased bv
the arrival of the ambulances. The iiihii anil
woman who had been run down, mid Ke irtiov.
tbo driver, wcrereinocd to tho New Yofk
The run down man was Edward Jackson of
10 West sixty first street nnd his companion
was Mub Citrdeii of 'JS- Writ Klgbty-thlrd
street. Jackson prmed to bo fatally injured
and he died last night. Mies I'urden was not so
bmlly Injured. Mm rrcoied two slight Malp
wounds and poo-ihly a slight contusion of the
brain. Kearney has a number of scalp wounds,
but will recover.
Tho horse was not injured at nil by Its es
capade. Thu cub, too, desplto its fall, was only
It Was Venna In the Foeeeeslen ofa Bey, tvfcie
Has Arrested.
Policeman Breen of tho Elizabeth street sta
tion arraigned 17-year-old Herman Rlselll of
145 Hester street In Ccntro Street Court yes
terday on n charge of being a suspicious person.
Breen bad arrested Riselll for having In his
possession a bomb made out of a piece of Iron
gas pipe, three-quarters of an Inch In diameter
and about ten Inches long. Both ends of the
iiotnb, which were exhlb.trd In court, wero
plugged; at one end a piece of iron had lieen
used, while at the other tbe plugging appeared
to begun wadding. Both ends had been bat
tered shut b hammering.
In the middle ot the bomb waa a touch-hole,
and through this orifice toiild be seen closely
packed black powder, which, tho prisoner ad
mitted, was gunpowder. Ihe lad wlion ar
rested In Hester street, near Baxter street, on
Monday lilglit, said ho had got Ihe bomb from
another bo) ,
Magistrate Pool had a charge of carrying
dangerous weapons preferred against tbo lad,
ami held him In $'.'00 ball for oxuiniuation to
morrow afternoon. Later. Iho Rev, Father An
tonio Arrlghl, the pastor of tho toy, called at
tbo oourt, and Induced .Maglslrule Pool to parole
the lad In bis custody.
Dr. BSwara Btedloe le Re Our Cenenl at Can,
ton, fnlnn.
Wahiiinoton, Oct. 0. The President to-day
mado the following appointments;
Laurlts M, Hwetison of Minnesota, Minister to
Edward Bedloe of Pennsylvania, Consul at
Canton, China.
I)r, Bedloe Is the famous wltnf the. Philadel
phia Clover Club. He was Consul to Amur.
China, under Harrison's Administration, and
his rejioitswere among tho most aluable and
highly commended ruccUed br the Mate De
partment, I'r Bedloe re.elered important ser
vices lo the RepublkaiiorganUallou In the cam
paign last fall.
aerthern ITacino Flection.
At the annual meeting of Iho stockholders ot
tbo Northern Pacific Railway Company held
yesterday In this city the entiru uipllal slock
was voted by the voting trustees, and the follow
ing wore elected dirtitors for the ensuing jeuri
Kdward II. Adams, Iluinont Clarke, Charles II.
C'oilrr, Itohurt M. Gallaway, llrujlou lies. II.
Willis James, Daniel H. Imont, Charles .Mcijtu,
John (1. Moore, Waller G. O.iLiiian, Oilier II.
Payne, Suinuel Hpenier, Juiiit-aritlllmeu, Fran
cis I.yiulostetsou, und KIkii II 'Minimis,
Daniel H. Lainoni was yesterday elected Presi
dent of the Northern Pacific Express Companj.
rir Slnror er I'onbers.
Yonkekh, N, Y0ct. & At tho Republican
primaries In this city lo-nlght I.ell rlutherUnd
was nominated for Mayor by n majority of '.'50
over James II. Weller. It waa the hottest fac
tional light In yoars. Hutherland's opponent on
the Democratic ticket Is Thomas Ewing, a son
of the late Gen. Thomas Ewiug-
j aMmm
Good H
Contagions. 1H
An era of " Contagious H
Health " would be very kk
desirable, and could be ttt
brought about by careful iH
study and observation of
the laws of right living.
Indolence and ovcr-indul-
gencc lead to one result,
that of loading up of the
system with Uric Acid. .
The daily use of j
averts this accumulation, IH
and drives it out if too late 111
to prevent it. Thousands H
of physicians prescribe it '.H
for this reason, and mil- H
lions drink it because of its H
great reputation as a cure H
for Gout, Rheumatism, jH
Acid Dyspepsia, Gravel, H
Diabetes, and Bright's tH
Disease. H
Notwithstanding the advance In U
price of foreign waters, the prices oa
Londonderry will remain the same. U
Sold by all dealers In Mineral WM
Waters, and In every hotel and H
club In America. '-H
Exclusive Designs I
Whole Carpets 1
Woven to fit any room or ball. ;H
Broadway, 18th & 19th Street. ' .
. mbmvm ' eaTen
London Plnnnclere Are Interesting TbemselTea ,$nnnn!
In Iht Preprrly. 'linens!
Special Cable Deepateh to THE Sri. $i anni
IyiVDON", Oct. H. Some of the moat jiromlnenl j W
nsil potent Lonilo'i MimtnlcrH arc Interesting fill
thrni'-elvci in tbe I nlon ln illr Hitilroml, nml 'v'enni
bavo inquired ut tbo I'nitcil Stile I'nnitilata M
tit 10 wlicthor there Mill looti l,i.!ilnur ntrnitibt) ' UM
tho sjndicatu nt tho iircio-oil miIp of I bo minis 9t
coinririttlnt: tho I'nirm l'ariilr i:rni, Ths Wt
Consulate telt'k'raphcil to nililuulcu for in- jH
formation, nml this morning mrneil n nply : jH
from,tlorney-Gent ral MrKcniiiiMijinir that tha 'i wt
-ontla vmilci;b" hoUI to the lulirt bi.lilrr in open S
competitive n.ilo on No. 1, i i - sale to taVe S
place at Oiniba. The aullinrltira "t tho Con- I Ut
sulato iy t lint this K nil the nift.ru. atiuti tbat 1 H
bas ns jet bci'ii ri'rltil in rcnril to iIjl h.ilc r at
Wasiumston, Oct. fi. Another nil-day eon- 1' H
ferenco wai held to dnj li .Mia-noi-Caneral . H
McKenna with ex-(iov. Hiia!li,M" ial coun- f 9
selor the ISuvenimont. over lln I'nlnn l'nclfio H
Kailroad foreclosure Hile. I nuiiial intrresi t H
attached to Ihr liirelliif hi , nii"' of tho j.ubllca- 2
tlonnf adoipatcli from Ixinilnn tl tl .i Urilish J
syndicate had nffcrud, iIiihhkIi I on-ill Ih'Ih-mI 3
0lKirni a hid lo the Cnnrnim'tii of Vili.iliH),- 7,
iKMiforthcpropcrt). ntuklUKol line, Allornoj- 1
Geiierul McKenna Mid. ...... ,
'IheOovi-nimmt ha" nntlilnir for sile In ths
prciuiifs. mill the iiitant Mn.-i.-c limi itui the
l'rrslilentanil Allonif liPtiPNiI lm il -wi'ttl
of in Intercut In Hit' propiity in iiH tn to Ilia I
Heoreaiilzaliiin I'ominit'i'n i t'tltli i'iiI as
well as uiialenillnir. 'I lie Uovcrumi lit holds a 3
second iiiurti;iwii "IC I'rnni'rtj, nntl Miimln In S'
cxactl) Ihneuliin relation .is lit hold, r of any ,J
junior lien upon u properly unlpp d ! hctold i
tindpr foreclosure of I lie llrrt iiiortK-.iri. xropt JJ
that It bus thu its-nnime of tin limr iii.illun i
Coniinltten. represent wit the liri.1 lion (holder. M
that It "ill inaVo n minimum hid ' l.i omiooo h
and Mime, hiinilifil- uf thousand vthiui, if it l" ft
ai-irpted, will -c" lo Ihe linn rnmciil for Its jj
eiiuity in tbe proppit)."
Mr, lIcKcniin uiionlcdirpd thnt Inquiries fl
hadionin from Koiiduii ii'tranllni; th" kalu, ol- S
denllv based upon ll u Idea lb il iioi,tdy but tho i
Itt'oryaniatlon Omiiiilttee would bo pnnnlttrd
to bid. and ll was this linpri -slim that Hi o A tr t
ttirney-tiPMirnlanuulil u dispt-i. Hu nld em- Ji
phatically: ... ., . ,f
"Thosalti will take plate n ailrprllsed, 0 ."
Nor l.unh'Ks postponed. hub iloif not now
apppar probable, and thopiopcllj will lie aoltl to
tlieliljtbast hlildiT. Irre.pwiin or nationality.
Tbe Adniinlntrntinn is in no miiblnntii n w.tn
tho Itmriraiilriitioli f'niniiullre, in uny nni' eii-o, r,
and hopes thai cery olio vim wants to buy lbs
properly will he prexent nnd hid. i
All Impression prpwillri Hun Ihn Itcnrxnulra- 1
lion Cniiimlttic will hue fome hilhirtJ iiimn- 1
tin W'tt opposition, ami thnt ll will have lir jiiil 1
up five or ten millions more inning then It haa I
arranged todii for the purchase of the ro.ul.
Is elegant IF!! I
Z you can digest It. 2 j
postuh, wsJc. j
Is superb, and you
CAN 1 ! dicest It.
OF IP i KST f,,iui, ALL AT
LOS 0 CIIEDIT KO tie. ner (art,
IV West I lta Street.

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