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1 . THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1800. ' 3 N
1 A MAJORITY TO NOMINATE.
M proposed mcw itur.n for ntsvo-
) , craiiv satioxai. voxvextiox.
I Mlil tn II" DcalEiied tn Clinic fiiirmnn's
" Anll-llrynu (inine-llut ll Suits of
i Mm lea rn .ttlnat n In I In' l.nltyof
tint, stone iiml llnnli'l .). Cmiipiiii.
K iino of tlm Pnmocr.iti who are Interested
In th" national affairs of their party tture at
tli. ItolTinaii lfmisu tat night They alternato
lii'UM-n Ne'v inrk find 1'lbernti awl Harn
P.gri ninl nnniiBi" to lintu a filrly pleasant
time Occasionally tlicr turn lip nt tlio
Jli.ifm-m IImiimi f .r tlm pmposo of dis
cussing tin1 .ilfairs nf then party. They
J nn. ill t'ik.Hi: III" gioatcst kind of In-
4 tf r-f In tin forthcoming meeting of tlio
H oiiiipintli National Committee In Chicago on
' ,lu vn 'I'll" lion .liiimw K .lotion, Prino-
,1 fy . itu- Scnntni for the Mjto of ArkmiiiH.
II t ( h irinm "f tli" D.'in .T'lllo National Coin-
j Ji nn'i.'". ti " In riii"ii) iMiiiiMvorlmr to ImlM mi
IJ in.'-li nltli. mil not I u present .at the meeting
. i. iln.. cnnmltt"!'. Tliu moving iplilts
14 ;,t III' 111", ting. It V,IS s.ild List night.
IjjK v 'I '." 'he Il"ti M i'l .mi .1. Ston", ex-lluvenior
Jia, ot Hi- uirl. Ilin l'l'i-H-iunl friend of William. I
, Jf II .1 . .in I tlm lion, Iiniilel .1 C-itnp.iu of Mloli-
llr mt "' ' ' '" ""'"' "' ""' ' ve'iitive Coniniltteii
H 'W ,. -I,. hi i iti Niiilininl ('.'inmiiti'i' AM
ff -' ' h '- .' .tiiinx at" alto.it us to the
' . t-i'i .' Mi Milan .mil .Mr Cnni-
l,i i ii tli" i ' 1 10.1 1 fuiinm of i ol.
iinvi .1.1" "f tli" IVni'.i'iaN "list of the
i gnnii .Mmininliis beliete that Mi .Htonn
re Mi i unpad .ii" engaged In .1 poll. 't which
i ii i ' in i lli lellrt r.uovei "tlnil i""rleis
l.l.i. Willi, no .ImiiiiIiik Hi nn " Others
e i ,,i l '.v. h inf n.'iu'il say tliat .Mr .Stone Mid
IM' i imi'in i.mIIi'ih ihat Mr Drum Blumld la
i m .inin it. .1. lmt tint lilsreiioinlnatluu should
1(. inn I" upon a Inoi lor ami moid literal ilt
f i , th. 'i that uf iH'.iii, ami that Hie silver
). 1 1 I. - ...ill! I " left out.
I lio'Mii'li'l vtn n miniated by a Pcmncrntln
Nn" inn i ..in. 'iilum ha hitherto leeched In
tip ."neiiti m a tvvo-thlids in'" .Mr Stone
m 'Mill in in ami other liilliicntlul ni"in
l,. - ..i th. lvmoi'MtK' Natloiiul t'oinmlttM
ii'" " .in.ii "d. It H.iii .ihl lnt nlslit.thnt this
i . -lion il In n l-oii-ln'.i jnd that a ma
lt . .f.. h..nlil In. mnni'lent to nominate.
'I i I i-i.'in li.iniourjls at the HolTinaii lloa-..
, I I x-t inulit Hut Mi Monti mid Ur ('umpau
, I ih.'i W.'S'orn I'oiuociats who ar. uppnr
fi, 'v 'ii..i.II to Mr. Hrinn hellcxe that the
r "i .iil.l he "hunifu.l In tin Interest
.' i nn I UK M. ll'il told r.u scleial
.. i- . us th" meaning; of th.) I'.'tml Jil.iry
o il II .ii Vitlnri I'ne (lormaii of .Maryland
t.ii Hi. lii.nio.'r.i'io noinliiallon loi I'lrslilunl
li"T' jem It i- sliiiplj an "Ifort to indent
lin.ti fr nn u'littiiii" n to-thlri3 ote The
'. ji.im .'r.itk eisi (if rim Mi iillo ct.iu Stat"M
Ii i i" tli.tt Mr. ttnruiuii'k euiididuu) Mould
! ii.'i.oit this, anil now the )"inoeratle
S iti Hi i1 t'oinijiitt''. ilomlnatud hr Mr Sturm
l n.l Mr ( iiuipan ninl tliu frlemlsof Mr !!ran,
4 l i t i olivet th" p.ans uf .Mr Uormin's
I f i .1- in.) at th f irthootniiiK meeting of the
? ii'.ina! I oinniiti"" at Cliieaco to innL" onlv
b n ij. ritt i..t" nei'st.ary foi the enmllilalii of
tie Hilentioll
-..ni" 'f tin- li.'iuoi'ints who have leen .Mr.
Ilrj nn ltH H.ir that he is isailne fut : ttiat h
' ' I- in.ihi iU money last , that lie Is nowttorth
' ill. .lit -.jui i in ii i, that Ironi hlk reeent book h
- ; r""iiel i..yi'ti"s amoiiiitiiu; to i.'l.'i.DOi), and
' . i tint i ol llM.m has l.ni'oino the hlcli prie-t of
the ' ltri.iti p.niv "
to I lie 11 mi rthur I'ne Gorman of Mariland
1 Im- ii"i ! I.""n f 1 1 1-ii . 1 1 to ( ol. liriiin pcrnnn-
i .. rlli Mr (11.1111.111. as tin leader of Hie D'.mn.
' eiits ..' Mirilaiid. has seen to It that his
f .'I. . rs ueie "ii'S'ilui," and for thut riiou
Mr (i iiiian ami his people suxlnlied th ( hl
i ic i I'l'it.nrni of is si lint thnrn ar llltlii pei
Hniiii ni'i'ter-. m pol'ties whteh oeensionally
liiie in iiiiliicne. and It mnv ho said pom
Mith iit Hi" f"nrot " ititradletion that In lMHJ
li i- Mi- William .1 iiiian.the wife of tlm
.mdidito f .1 l'i"-ldeiit of the Deinoi'ratle
l.uti.nlio insl-t" I that Mr. Gorman should
lint ,e ni id" a m.-nilier (it that time ot the
i e utiw ( iiMimitt"" of the llninoer.'itle Nn
t miiil i ..iimiiti e Hr Imiman tlmn t.niil
liis'li t .1.1 In- liieiuls that after n ftreeruf
I'Ri.i fm'i lenrs In po'ltlen "thiB Is the
I i s' Mill" I II e l.i en tllllieil ilolVIl livnpt'ttl-
' eint ..iu..r llil' nl-o had an eTPrieiirn
ivth M'- llrian in th" eampnlun of lK'H It
Mill he ntni'iiil "i"d that lie enteiPiineil Ml
nn. I Mi 1 1 ri .in at Wulfert'h lloost .horllr after
Mr I. ii in li.el l.eeii nominated Mr Hill ivjs
c .'I1 i iiteii-t'il 111 p'eklni: "lit all the Infor
in mli. u, I at. nit tlm 1)0,111-. an. lone d.ir
le -ill "'Ih.y tell me that .Mr-. Ilryan in a
I'M e'eler u.'ltl.lll "
Mi II I '- finMiiU a.'inilesceil In tlm state
ment "shoitu after the Jlnaii" were enter
ti i. d hi Mi II ill. i In -m." of Klmlra mid the
eiii.iirni" I AM of UIihiiv seeined torliatmu
hisni liimn ni t llrvan. for he said
"M - liii in in i he verv eh'iei, hut she
ill In t dein Hi-trate the f.iet at mj t.ihln "
V- i in ittei ..f f.iei, Mrs, liiyan mis so olorer
thitsli, -,,i t t Hill- lahle, kiiimlin; thai
1 tI -i i i- ii I'... is and unxloUHof .Mr llrviin,
ii ! i- leii .iin t Mi" slmplv li-tened to Ml
II. i im I -1 .Ifiiei.'r n nord.
I lie l..ii.,oriti" iti iiial Committee at this
n.i.iiMit i- f..i liiyin, li.it them me fniees
in wotk in th" last which may make it
n little tires.. me Im Ml Iti y in to cut
!" i nun iti.iu Anyii.iv, th" l.emoer.its
In t'Ui hist night hi'linve that tlm rneel
im; ..I Hie li.'mner.i'i. Satnvi il Commlt
i t . ml, I,,, iniuh'w inrei-L'-tinj. Th roin-
iiiiitP'i. will d""idi Hist Hint r '.'ocriltion
l-'llll L." mien tn the I'opilllsts The I'opilllst
I i'i. a- n laity In irone to lllml. is IPn
1 I- Piled tint tll'T" 1 eiiouith In
ilnidnalin In ihe I'.ipulut p.ittv to iiarriiit
ii i. .'..t:niii,.n on the part uf the liemo"iatie
it .. i il i ..mtiiitte. is tf ie"ond phiee on the
i," J-x 'r I ntinl ti.'k"! It was added that the
W A e iii'iiitie ,, -ire- no mm" of "siieh p.-isons
Mf.t 2 r- I in H'lts.iu.' lmt tint it noiilit app-iiiate
ff " Hi" i..i"-i;etim.' iipilitli's In III" fur Western
' ': 'es .f .1 i'opilllst.
,A M.tltll I I1U S.47l()4r. I7HIIJIUII,
" ' m
Jl I'laii to Make ii luinc" lii the Demurratlr
JB I 11 1 , '! lliTJi-Ulent.
! ': 'ni .,i.' i 'I '. phi to cit ml of
1 ' ' 't. s ,, ,1 t . , tn-ii ii;r.ii.ii.t of the
j" " ii. i il liei io'I.i'i pa 'fins l.,'ii ileielipid
Ii i i.itliin ii'i'irn . ' .it.un if t.nia Ii adeis
f 1 ' . a i if.'i.'iiee ,n W .-.hliirioi' Oil" mole Is
4 t.ii s, ii itnr rim. ill -. M ittui ,.f itcinia
' 'i iliiiiuiaii ami iu tl " ma' hiimn of
( t'. i'l'". i in h Ii'iikU Th" rial, e iil'ititi'd
i! ' ' ' ''"tn " i it- in otlii'i Mates Mi Maitin is
j: r.vi i.' . .-.eieo' Hi. iiimi of "t vi I'.llteil
ii ' . 1 II the e.ilintl 1 Ii'l ! Il is '., . i . i ,e I
, i . 'i numhei' o' Ii nile's i- then m i -t
y, ' ' d to eotnlii t in t j.n r i i-m
'" I . .i l ,rtm e mid h no I' i I 'h (iite i -
I ! II. I i.ln;e-s I iMIIIIIItl. . 1 'lit
; 1 .ii 'i iti ' nor of N ii.it..' Ii '. i i u'i-
1 In
1 , N I." hei mil ni ed In -i lli.i Sun I'ur
. ' ii i- ' II' in: to In cum" th" N'a'io nil h i'i-
i I' ."in "Ii .. who Inin d 's tilled ti in m
1 ' ' ''" Hie p .1"" will Hi to in.liHehim o
M " ' I'lii.dll" 'ill III pi" l. hi llevmc tl t lie
fj ' d if he . i ot e-t ... ...in.
i ' il lii il. v II. inner, ill" e-ieir wl o he-
I: '' v thilsi ;( i .Inin s'rm inc. ni' -it no' ild
Il ' ' ll ), I t -IP "I -5
' i es-in.ni . I, inns llm. in an mteivlow
' .1). t.iiniteil 'I at tic fl e--lll. I l-l,e
' i I I . .1 p( I i el u III the same IOSOU-
t' J 'I 'I. .- ii il "In in "if th' n n who
I I I .inuii din pern loiiricetnetit There
J .i I uu lieiii h Lin- In lliehmond to-dar.
i st i i h I il ' nrytii. ivlri l.e-
, I e h .il'lintl.. 'he l"a 1 ! net yent
ij. 'KlMI! sf Mt'f II tll('! 17 I IT.
t:
1 'Mie llr eiUlin Ii'i-ii Inn ill .lliinneil I'xilii.
t . sneli In Iti.lll1lti( I1ll.
m i . in -s'ni m ,f ;,m irds rieorce I'. Wnldoof
S It '. .ii ,i. e :i f mill anii'iiin. "nii'tit ve-
jf t" i f 'he app Hiitinent of Ins staff Theso
,;t 'In pinie'i'ii. app intme. its-
lii'. k M I'l. nl inn. ilciin cmnilsslnner:
I'll, fi is Ii M, -vi, p. snp iriiitendent ; Warren
( T rud'vi ll.asstnnt -nt erlntendent ; lllehniil
t- -i v.- hief,..., V.-ireu II Hoolittle. ns.
h, " t rl I'i !.'!'!, leer. elucf flr-t
' - "i. "smith II stei.t, ,,s. n-Utant llrsf .Il
ls ii hum- M. I'i runji ni, chief seeoml i .
' - '.i . I"l. n H 1 i.inpl . !!, i-mstanf uneond
ui . r t-'unncl il M ,e,er(,,, chief third dli -1;
n Ion Mil or, a si-tnnt third diilslnn:
."' , ' i.'iieen. chief f."ir'lnli i- 'ii ; T.niothi
' ' in '. .is. .-tan i.ii'rth dii ismn . .Incoh J)
i h,"" 'It'll .In, ston, I 't lid T 'ilii.
in i i i.t iiftii diil- .n. William .1 lle.it
' i I -tli dniM i. I Ilnml'ton. as-
- in' sivt'i ,liisi.,n ; .1 '-ci'h II lirrniiolli.
1 -en nth duisi..n I'h lip T Willimns,
e i " .i iparor: llnedolph 0 l'lillfi, chief eus
" ilitv i if thr deputv enmmls-ioner I?
' .in I if III" .sillmrilltell.l'rit Jl OIK) Tho
' ' i'ii ie-ripje fiotn l,"iiilto fo.ooii In
i ' nt, hn iIiom' list th. re arc flfn cither
m -liiiii- liicliMInc (oi) si, lnr1xiri.
i' ' i , ' " s 'ari.-H will niet.iei. .il.mt fi ,01111
J h.l e. s -it 1 .lil(.'i'r ilill'o dlspo.
'"i v. nipt in. tn the id 11 s.. ri ice ruii'F.
J ' .11, nd -s lime all he. 11 linl..rs"d hvih"
1 ,' 'i l' "ill. 10 Coi'iuiitteriiiPii it m
"if ' " e. huh' ilnt ni Pern, "rat I a sot n
s-. Mi Un'ilo mil hecin the work of the of.
( ' ' Ii ui .ippinprlatlon nt siiii.iui 1.
V lii ' iiii'ldcrlni: the Aili Kiihility
' l'r" .' ."iini.tli.ii3 j "ii narnrnr liaic.lone
,1 " 1 1 .-ii h i.ieiimniK an mil bum tlm
I iln. n h. ut i.m A Ms roailrr ilcr.1fs
&L ' .nil alili liii fur wlut t-o re -purrs
I
vnaiocitATio HttroLT in kksiucky.
A Conference Called to Devlin Meant to
Defeat ttonbal nnil (lorbellini.
I.ouiRVtM,E, Ky , July (l.-OpiKisltlon to tho
nominees of tho recent Democratic HtaloC'on
yentlon Is tecomlnc crytfallloil nnd will tnko
deflnito shupo next .Monday, when 11 mot Im
IKirtant couforonco of Democratic leaders will
bo held ntllowlliurnrecn. Ky. It U expected
tlint fully T.OO repreoentntlio Democrats
from nil parts of tho Htato will par
ticipate In this tneetlnc ami that Hteps
will he taken looklnu to tho puttlnc of
another ticket In the Held. H-ntlment
niialiutflnel-lHndqoehellsm has hecome so
stroiu: that homcthliiK must he done Tho
parlv. with Gol.el ns ,u nominee for (Im
ernor stunds iioehniicv to win next Novemher.
ami those who hum fouuht tlm hattlesof l)e.
mocraev In th s Htate for. years are ready for
some eoncertod mmo which will at least 1 1.1
thi'State roteiernf GoeheliHiti
DomoerntU leadem and newpapers from
one end of ho btnte to the oilier aru iirclm,'
tlmt.n(loebelBueiirfil his nomination tlirouuh
deoeptlnn and fraud, Democrats ate not hound
hypirtj tleto stitiDoit tho ticket Many tm
tT tiro nr ijlInK the names of the nominees
for Mate oUlcers at tliu top of their editorial
P.it'es leuvlnL' the nominee for Goiemo- off
entirely. Tlm call for the Uowllnc Green
eonreience has Leen hulled with dolliiht hy
countiv people eapeelullv It Is not 'it nil Im
prolnhe that. If Hnolher eotivetitl.m Is not
en I lei . th(.'dlsatlslo. Dcmoi'rutB will he nske I
; thlijooufereneotovote the utrnk'ht llemili
lleaii ticket this fall. In onlor that a riepiilille in
Governor uml heulslatureeuii heclecteil which
will reireal the Gochel eluetlini l.m and take
the parly machinery 011 of llr. Goebel's hands.
sin. mi as nKim ins ni:tAsns.
It Ilia Klertlon Onli'era Are Not Appointed
He will Go to the Courts.
John C Sheehan. executlvo member of tho
Tnmnmny Hull Oenntal Committee of tho
Ninth Assembly district, sent letters yester
day to the Police Commissioners and to Daniel
1" McMnhon. Clmlrnmu of the Tammnny Kx
ecntlve Committee, demandlne that the names
of tho election oflluers nominated hy
him be tmlitltuted for those nominated
I; Councilman Frank J Goodwin which wero
tiled by Mi .McMnhon with the Police l.'om
inissiouers Mr Mieehau's coiifetitlon 1 that
his noinlimeti. Ii.ivlnn tieen natued by the
District Ueueral Committee, me, icifulnr,
nnd that .Mr Goodwiw U u hollei lie
will wait a reasonable 1 eriod fn nn answer
from the Commissioners ami llr McMahon,
nnd If he receives ij. me he will Imijln pioeced
Ink's aataluat tho ComuilsHloneiH in Ihe i-illts
to force t bem to nl'Poiut his iiomlnevh. l'.d
ward F UrowuelsMr bhoetmn's attoinoy.
The only replr 111 Shidiau's Mends think
necessity to make to the allldnvlts of enroll
ment made, on Wednesday evenlnc h" .Mr
Goodwill's Coiuuilsslonrrsof Deeds is the pub
lication of the fillowlue letter, written las!
winter to llr Hheclimi by Jauics K lluecntm.
one of the Commlsslmieis of Deeds ivlio vas
isiuceined In the nttempt 10 ovurtliruw .Mr.
Hlieehati in the hpiiiik of Inst cr while lis
vi as 111
I)i. . 24. 1K.S
llntt. John r. Sh'r1,an, Xnv York ("iti
Hrni mm l'a- uti csrili itoml will to all men,
Leliitf itin mottu ,if tbr li.inr 1 fliiil.r-i ill, upi o
tunity tn tftider iut simris Kre's, and 1110-t U11111
I.!, a.k Timr f.vralvm'ai for mi actt .n tn tlie j.a-t
I apirclat' imv fiti in us kctllll an 11 iw p 4i-it!,lr to
In mi, au I trtl-t that "il v ill ace pt nil up. .Indira tn
th- aplrli in wlaii h tlm ar.' trnJc-nl I 1 eiunlu,
very ri-ipeitrillrj, Jinr- t.Mii.Aiii.
h USTftli V KEVVHl IVAXs.
Tnylur Abend for the Gubernatorial Nomination-
S.iiu Complications,
I.iiuiKVii.iv. Ky.. Jul tl -Tho linnubtie.m
situation In this .statu is eompll.'nteil l.y fjc
tiotial fctrifc. W S, Taylor to-nlirlit claims to
li.iv l.K") of tliu l.i'.'."! delegates instu.ct
ed for 111 nt for fniivrnor. with nineteen
counties still to hear from Tliu other
two candidates for the nomination. .Tudce
Stephen Pratt nnd Attoruey-Geiior.il Mone,
who divide the r 'lnulnlui: votes between
them, will combine their force In tfi conven
tion at 1 "Kington next week and make an et
lort to defeat Tjylor If necessary. Pratt and
Mone will throw'heii entire strenatti to a dark
horse who can seine a pari of Taylor's in
Mructsd votes This will jirohably be the lion.
John W lrksof Dniivllle, who had the offer
of the nomination enrly In the eampilsu and
refuied It. tut who to-Hav cave his consent to
allow his nimi. to In used
It t doubtful nhether thl'i combination can
prevent Tavlor's iiemliintlon on the Hist ballot,
as he ha a ptrotiK lead 'Ihe llepublicans aru
uiukiur a Imd lleht Gils i ear. for ihey think
tliat with tlm Iienn.ci.its divided thi j h.iea
chance of electing a State ticket by u Bond majority
KENTUCKY'S r.Amilt l'l.ATEnRM.
Kellimknlile DellTenince to the Kffec t Tlmt
Trimta Are Not Ilnrltif ill.
I.oi'tsvit i K. Ky ,'Iulv'l. TlieHoclalist-I.alior
party, which In tlm lust few veiir has crown to
considerable streiiL'lh In Kentucky, to-day m"t
In this city, promulgated a platform mid put
up a Statu ticket, which It urt'es all laboiliiL'
men to support this fall
The platform Is one of the most remarkablo
ever written in the Interest of lator It takes
tin- position thai the Ills of the work ineman aru
p it enn-ed by the trusts and the money power
nnd ridicules theory "down with tlm trusts
'Ihe document holds that trusts are n..t
wmtiE in thcm-elres ; tint e-ipitnl has n
rlslit to exist and to rerpetunte itself, lmt
that Hip power tn legislate shii'lld be with
the people The platform armies that neltliet
the isnl i nor the slliet question liss anvtluni:
to do with the material wslfnrn of the nation
"ilbert Hidiuuiltsof Loiilhiille was nominated
for Gnveinor.
CITY SKS1 iroiti TO m:TEY
or Ilie Kercptlou That Awnlts lllm When
the Oljnmlll (iels Uric.
The I'xecutlvo Cominltteo In charce of tha
p'.aus fur a reception to Admiral Dewej on his
nturn to this country met yesterday and
adopted n resolution, nprunvtil by Corporation
( oiinsel Wlinlen. nuthorlrlne tha various sub
committees to enter Into contracts and draw
money for pre'lminnrv expenses. Minor Van
Wrel. and 'icn Dnniel ll'itlarlleld. hnlrnian
of the I'xeeullve Committee, have sent letteis
tn Admiral Dewev at Glbr.iltnr. Inforinliic him
of 'he proposed reception. They tMioci that
h will receive the Ittters within a week.
Tunis ti lle'irtn. the Vlee-Chalrrnan of th
I xtcutlve Commlttc". has found It Impossible
tn net In that capacity The committee voted
jes erdnv, on motion of PiesMci t Murphy
of the lle-ilth Department, to empower Gsn.
llutterfleld to fill th vacancy.
itonsEVKi.rs orixtox or DKtrr.Y.
H All ineileaiis since Hie Civil War He'a
niKlieat hi l'.ipulur Keifnrrt.
Gov lb osevelt has sent a check for J'-'."' to
the National Deivey Home I'mid which the
Htf.okku .'ua'c is rnlsliiB, toeetln r with this
'''H',r " Ovs-mi Hay. N Y . Jul) 4. Di
Vi thf I dttur of M' ItrHoUv l.'ialf. Ilrmt.li.n, V 1'.
" Dr-vn Sin I lnclo-n you a cheek as a slight
token of my appreciation o your effort to get
sonic, mein-irinl and to (five recognition. In
whalei.r shape tho Admiral liluiself deems
best, to icnl"p.s to the country which navo
justly rmidercd him the man of all ineetho
civ II war who elands highest in the popular re
Bard. Veiy hincerely lours,
TtlFODOIiK ItooMF.vr.i.T.
German Sinners to Honor J)eej.
The Tniled Get mini Hlncers of Ilrooklyn, in
cluillnc thirty-six societies, nro plannlnc a bic
muslcnl tribute to Admiral Dflwei soon after
hi- arrival A special meeting of the orennira
tlou will be held within two weoks to make
definite nrranfc'cments for tho affair
New llMvsn'a Nesro llllltnry L'oniimny l)ls
tiauded, Nhvv IHvfv. Conn. July tl -Tlm coloied
eltlrens of Connecticut nio aroused over Ihe
action of Adjt -Gen Van Keurnn, who, upon
the order of Gov I.ounsluiry, hns just Issueda
notice foi th" dlsiiandinent of the I-lrt Sep.
urate Cmnpnny of Hi" National lui'inl of ( on
nee'leii! Tie comp.inv li"loncs In this city
it is stated by tho Viljiitaiit-denerul that the
ii"tmn Is taken foi the best Inteiest of theMnte
militia llie company had beep In existence,
fin twenty-one iear. and was the only colored
military organlrntion In tlm htato
ThnillHS Mlllrnliy Dies of His Wnllnils,
YoskFR.s. N". Y July rt -Thomas Hulcaliy.
one of the ex-Tire Chiefs of Yonkers, died to.
dav of the three bullet wounds Inlllcted on
July 4 by Hnrrlon DicUon. .1 colored man.
Tour weeks nco the colored man entered Mill-r-ahVp.
saloon, in Pn'iside avenu He ordered
I M'VPiai ilrlnks and refused to pav for them.
I Mnlealiv ejeete.l him from the stlnoii ()u
Tues lay meht IHekson f. Unwed Mulcihy Into
p-niick I ovle's snoon, mid when Invited to
drink by him Im refused, lie then it is said,
I used vile language lie ran out of Hie saloon,
fnlnwel by Mulcahy, and upmi rov'hlni: tlm
I street diew his revolver nnd shot the latter.
1 If Vou Are Conducting
A rfalli flrt-cla-B ninimcr re ort, either at scaahore
nr mountain, m iko Its Im alllr knnirn tlir.'iigli Tnn
HJ sdicrtiains lolumua. St rcidera ecu such
PUtOi, Adi.
, . . -. ......iis jufci-aaaJjAa'Ji.i-t- it't'A:
TllK AtfTr.TltUST COXFKItESCr.
An Inqnlrr If n rtebuks May Iln Admin
istered to Wnshlncton's Governor.
AUBT1N, Toi.. July (I. Got. Bayers to-day re
ceived a letter from C (I. Helfnor, Insurance
Comnilaslonorof tho Htato of Washington, on
Iho aiilijppt of tlio proposod anti-trust confer
ence of Governorannd Attorney-Generals in 9t.
I.ouls, containing an attnok on tho Governor of
thatHtnte Tho letter said:
"Most of tliu officials of this State havo
obsorved with much upprohntlon your Initia
tory olToits in calling n convention of the
Governors of thnsovaral Htntos of tlm L'nlon
totakpsinJi steps , 'is may uppenr advlsablo to
provent tho formation nnd continuance of
the trusts and combinations In restraint
of trade nnd competition Vn have also
viewed with much chagrin tho nctlon of
the Governor of this Htato In lefuslng to at
tend such convention, either In person or by
representative On this question thoGovernor
Is not tnncconl with an overwhelming majority
of Jliu fusion parly of this Htate. nnd he stands
absolutely alone among the State officials.
"I desire to Inquire therefore If vou would
receive 'omo other olllclal to represent the
State who should be chosen and properly ue
ciddlted liv the oilier State offielnls The ques
tion Is one of such commanding Importance
tint the mere whim of one man ought
not to be allowed to place llm Demo
cratic forces uf this State In a iiiong
light before tlm people ' this countiv.
I believe nu nm entitled to the active support
I of nil people who believe In goiornment by tho
people as against government In the corpnia-
Hon and srnillcales. ami tn that emit he officials
of this Mat", the Govei nor nlolie excepted, de
slie to assist vnu In everv wav possible "
Gov Sayi rs nNo lecelvedn letter from Gov.
1) I . Illchardsof ynmitig saying that he Is
In hcartv hMnpatli with the anil-trust move
ment, and Mint he will attend the confeieuce
Iflt i possible for him to absent himself fio.a
Ids official duties.
7JS UltritECIlOOM DISAI'VEAllEl).
He Left the llxnei tiuit Ilrlde's ltoll.e to I.imk
fur Ills Dress Suit nnd Did Not Iteturu.
Xi'siM. N". Y.. July il lINs Flora lluchlnger,
the 'J'J-v ear-old daughter of Daniel Uuehlugor.
n farmer, wns to have been married at 4 o'clock
yesterdav oftoinoonnt her father's house, tli reo
miles from Dalton, in this township Her In
tended husband was J. T l'iniicv. a wealthy
contractor for Hid Standard Wool (.uiiipnuy of
lltadfoid. Pa Miss liiichlnger hud fnrmorly
lived In N'unda, but about four sears ago she
left here for Hradford. and while there she
Ni'i'iiiud cmplmmetit In tlm ollhx' of tho
Standard Wood Cnmpauv, and was Fraud's
Meiuigraphtir Six weeks ago .Miss lluchlnger
resigned bet place and left for hoi home in
Dultoti to prepuie for the oeiemiin
Gn Tuesday night of this week 1'ianey nr
rived nt Daltou nnd was escorted tn the home
of his sweetheart Yesletdai the arrange,
tnimts were about eomiileted for the welding
when l'tano hilddetilv uini inhered th.it Ids
drerw suit ease, containing Ills wedding out Mr.
had been l"lt Inihlinl. mid so he was dijiiii
buck to Dalt.in to look for It Tho train ai
rlvnd, but not Mr Frunci'-dre-s suit case. and
ftntu that (line Franey seems to have mis
teriously disap."nie.l, having Inst been seen
w illclug up the radio id tincks
In the meniitliiio the Hev Dr Fox of White
"settlement had nrrlved. and the lluchlnger
renldence was lllluil witn guests Aftei null
ing an hour or more they became impatient ut
the del.tr, and weie dismissed hi the mlnistei,
who nnnoumled that theie would lie no wed-
ling that dav Friends of the intended bride
consoled het as best thev could, but for n lime
she was completely prostrated Ihey aio
trvlngto find out where Frnneyls. and tin cat en
to ticut him luugbly.
iKKsu:r im.i.'s wivkssoh.
Prof. Ithees of Newton, Miik., Chosen Pres
ident of Ki.cllei.ler rnlvcrsttv.
I!o(.iiesthi, July I! The TruEtees of the
I'nlvcrslty of Itocliester to-day uuuiifmuiisl.
elected Prof Hush ithees of Newton illnssi
Thilogical Seminal y to be President ot
the uutieinlt), and to assume olfi'u in
July, linn), which will Ii" tho fiftieth
anniversary of the founding of the In
stitution There Is no doubt .if Pro'
llhee s acceptance He was also elected u
trustee of the unlveislty. Prof II F iluitou
will continue neting President 'or the coming
vnar It Is three oars since David J Hill, now
Assistant heeretan of State, resigned iho
Preslrtt-npv Piof Ithees was to-day inarricl
to the daughter of President Seely of Smith
College. N'oithnmpton. Muds
The degree of A U. was eonferied on IM
ward T Pnrmms of Chicago, and tlie Hev John
II Calvert of New ork city was elected a
trustee in dace of tho Hev Dr Charles Do
Witt Hrl.lajeninn. deceased, of Newlork. Tho
trusteos denied the application lor co-education
until the stipulated Jloi'.oOi) Is raised by
the friends of the woman movement.
t.ttxa ciiasi: avtek hoy thieves,
l'ollceiunu I.UHttiader Finally Citught One
Who llnd a stolen I'ncketliook.
Pol'cemcn I.uslbadcr and McGttlre of tlie
Fast IDIth strcj'. station started jesterday to
take two boys from the Harlem Police
Court to tho Gerry Society rooms They
bosrded a Third avenuu cable car at l'Jlst
stieet At IlSth street 1 list bailer saw three
bors running eaet Ha jumped from Hi" car
and gave chase At Second avenue thb fugi
tives jumped on a north-bound electric car
I.usthadet got on to th- next car and told the
miitorniati to catch the car ahead The hoys
jumped olT tho carat 117th htrext and ran east
Die policeman was hot uftnr them, and
when they saw he would overtake them th.v
dashed into tho hnltna it 111! mid up to the
roof I.tihihader reached the roof just as the
Inst boy of the thiee was about to disappear
down the scuttlo of IIUS He pulled his revol
ver and called to the voulh to linlt nr ho would
shoot The bov threw up his hands
Tho oilier two Im.! esejped Policeman
I.usHiabor searched th" bov and found a
woman's i ocketbook with ?'t l'J In his iwkef.
He said he was John Hassan, 17 icnrs o'd, ot
'JL'7't Second avenue, nnd confessed that he
stole the poi ketbook from Mrs .Mary oekl.
who was standing at ll'ith street nnd I exlng
ton nvenii" and with a baby carriage. Dassan
was lo. ked up.
VUl.l.MA lltAlMtl ,scrit)or.
AAiilow or the Pnlnce Car Itnllder to Ilulld
tbe IiiHtltutiiiii ns a llcniorlnl.
C'utcAiio, July '!. It was announced to-night
that the trut-tces of tho estate of tho lato
George It Pnllniin and llrs. Harriett Pull
man, widow of Mr Pullman, havo reached an
agroument whereby the Gaining school at
Pullman, provision for the erection and
endowment of which was proilded for
In Mr Pullman's will. Is to lie built
at nn early dav Tho practical disinheritance
of Geoige M Pullman, Jr. and hanger Pull
man by their faiher was followed some months
later br Mrs Pullman's announcement that
she would not abide bythetorms ol her hus
band's will and of herelcctlun to take her wid
ow's dower ill the estate instead Tills meant
that her share would be fully f'J.I'QO.iHH) greater
than It would have been had slm submitted to
the terms of the will
Mrs Pullman's decision caused the cutting
down of the bequest' made by her husbnnil.
and the ? l..'nV).(HiO which ho had directed
sh"iHd be set 'islde foi tlie building mid main
tenant c ol the tunning -cliool for boys was
threatened with extinction Tho r-oent .1,..
cIhioii of the Supreme Court, nliloh de
clares that the Pullman Palace Cm Com
I any could not loiallv own and con
trol tho municipal affairs of the town
of Pullman, with Hie absorption of the
town Into the corporation of ( hlcngo, was ,i
severe blow to the widow, who ipgarded tho
town as a monument to her husband's mem
or Miodcteimiu.i.l that a lasting monument
should be bmlt nnd sent word to the trustees
of the will that the would defray the expense
hciself
t hi: .si:ri:Tii'$ mev ix i.nxnnx.
iljutHiit I'ulla ami Copt, l.nndnn tn Attend
the ltevlew of Volunteers.
.Trrn i' ( .ie- Dm llch lo lur. Scv,
Ioniion. July il -Ndjiitnut Dp Wilt Clinton
Falls and ("apt Francis Gilswold I.andon, who
were selected to represent the Seventh Hcgl
ment. N G S N Y. nt thneoirlng review of
volunteers her", to.diy presented letters from
Gov lloosovelt to Amhnssnilor Chonto nnd
Col. Samuel Sumner, tho Amnilcnn military
attnehi'
The vst r- have been ms.de honorary mem
bers of the Westminster and the London Scot,
tlsli Volunteers, the National HIIIp Association,
the 1'nited Service Institution, and the Hoy.il
Societies C'luts.
AllflCE TO iMMVEVir,
Kniperor I'rges Ilia subjects tn lie Cour
teous to All Foreigners,
.ljifu.1' I'tlhlt l;id(rA o Tur Scv.
YoKoiuvtv. July tl-Iti view of the coming
Intoopeintion of tho treaties between Japan
and certain foreign powers, the F.mperor has
issued a rescript enjoining tho people to oh.
serve courtesy and tact In thoir Intercourse
I with foreigner'!
YELLOW JACK ON ARMY SHIP
TltAXSPOItT M'CI.EI.T.AX ItltlXas SEV.
EttAl. VASES I'ltO.V SASTIAtlO.
Serum to Iln Tried One Patient Is Mlaa I..
C. Clemlenln, M'boae l'ntlinr, Hiirgeon
Dlnjnr Clendenln. Died of tbe Dtaenae at
Santiago After tbe Trnnapnrt llnd Mulled.
Tho army transport McClollan arrived In this
port yesterday from Han Juan, Porto Illeo and
Hantlaeo do Cuba with two cases ot vellow
fever aboard and two other caaes which will
probably provo to bo yellow fovor She left
Kan Juan on Juno J7 nnd Santiago on July 1
Hlio brought as paiseiigors seventy-two dis
charged soldiers and sixteen persons in tho
cabin Among those who got on tho shlpnt
Hnntlago were Miss I.. C Clendenln and
Miss V Clemlenln nt Illinois, daughters
of Major Paul Cleddonlu, who was the surgeon
In charge nt Santiago, and whoso death of yel
low fever was announced nt Washington on
Wednesday. When the ship had been out
from Santiago two days Miss I,. C Clendenln
sickened nnd was separated from tho rest of
tho passengois, A llttlo Inter Gsenr F Leckev,
a civil engineer, also ftom Snntlugo, was taken
ill nnd was put In iiuarantlue on the ship
Tho McClcllan arilved lit the bar at 11 lfi
A II yesterday mid was toon afterward nt
(JiiHrantlne, where Health Officer Doty
boarded hor llfsides tho two who wore un
nilstiiknblj 111 with ellow fever, he found two
peisonswlio had been taken with chills yester
day morning and gave other signs of being
about to conio down with tho disease.
These were John Ferguson, a discharged
soldier, and John Tldmursh, a tugboat
captain Theso four wero takon off and
sent to Swinburne Island, while all the
other passenger and the crew were sent to
Hoffman Island for observation. To-day tho
ship and everything nbonrd of her. Including
the olothlng and effects of her passengers nnil
crew, will be disinfected, and then all will bo
held for live days, to make sure there nio no
other cases of Infection among thorn
Dr Dotv said yesterday that both .Miss Clen
denln and Mr I.eckey had the disease in a
light form mid that Ihev seemed tn be gelling
along well Miss ( lendenin told Dr Doty Hist
she hud not been In her father's company for
several days before leaving Santiago, mid Hint
alii, did not know of nut exposure that she
had muhirgoue In i el low (ever Di Doty
said Hint in tho cases of Miss Clendenln
and Mr I.eckey he would not try the vellow
fever serum with which he has bei tl ptovlil
lug hlmselr because their cases were too lar
advanced, but In the cases of the two suspects
he would use it as soon ns he wns sure they
had yelloft fevei. On Wedn.sday, he bald, he
sent off all he hnd of the serum for experi
ments ut Vera I ni7. but yesterday he got u
new supply flesh from tho horse that houses
to produce It
The list of dotalneil cabin passengers Is an
follows: Major J T. Knight. Mr and Mis
Navarre and two children : Mr hlefert, .Mr and
Mis H.ibb. It. Mi Campbell, Mr llelleinii. Mr
Haskell, Mrs Slirinet. Misa I, C. Cloinlcnlu,
Miss 1'.. Clemlenln. Mr. 1 cokey and Mr. A.
l.esor
YEl.ltur riSYEll SI111KES IIAI'IXt.
Two Csaes Dei eloped In the City Yesterday
-Aid for Ciibun Gnnernla.
.'n" i,i CohU l)ti atrh tn Tur St's.
HtvtVi, Jul" i1 -Gen. Gotncr has requested
that i'-'iK) bo given to each sick or disabled
Cuban officer whoso condition Is due to tho
war. He nNo n-ks that Hip correct Ion of the
( il ha u Armv lMs be completed In four weeks.
In order lo do this it will be nceessat r to em
ploy fort clerks Ou'y twelve aie now en
gaged In this wot I.
Two cases ot clow fever were reported here
to-dav lloth the v Ictlms are civilians Tlmv
wereiinickl) Isolated bvr.rdorof llliji r Unties,
the chief snnitnrv officer Dr Abarrnn. H
Cuban, to-dav presented to Gen Ilrooko n
medicine ( ompoiinded bv him, which, he says,
is an infallible cure for yellow fever Gen.
Hiootto sent the medicine to Dr O'llellly. chief
of the p.tnltnry ilepaituient of the atmy
Sefior Sagarin, the new Spanish Consul. Gen
eril, sas that Spain wishes Cuba lo become a
republic ns iKin ns possible, mid that the best
frlendb relations will then be established be
tween tho two nations. He also sat s that the
Spaniards hero ought not to mix up in the
politics of tho Island
The Hlshop of Hatnna called on Gen ISrnoke
to-dav to protest against an intended modifi
cation of the Penal Code with recall! to lob
berl"s eoinnilIti.il In churches At present n
bottler penalty is imposed on those who rob
churches ihan on those who rob ordinary
houses. The Sc. tcfiry of lu-tlce is willlnc to
hate similar penalties In both ctses
llafael Cnrdvnas has been appointed ( hlef of
Police here, vice Menocnl. wj.".! resigned to ac
cept the oflUe of Director of Public Works.
Sefior Cardenas was tho sslstaut Chief
Gen Ilrnoke has granted $Hi)(),(iOo for the
expenses of the F.ducation.'Department from
Jan. 1 to June Mi
The Heeretan of Justice will submit to Gen.
Ilrookoa deciuo providing for the leorganla
Hon of tho police courts throughout the Islnud.
y ei. i, on n'VEit ix SAXrrAco.
Deaths nf Soldiers on .lulr 4 nnil a X.lent.
McLaughlin One of the A tctlnia.
Washington. July tl. The following death
reports were received at the War Department
this morning from Gen Ilrooke at Hni.-.n.v
July.". Santiago Major l'aul Clendcnnln,
surgeon In charco hospital: Prltates F.dward
Flscnberg. hospital corps: Fred Shilling. Fifth
Infantry: Martin Delempln. Company O. Fifth
Infantry. Died 4th Private Michael McCue.
Company A. Fifth Iufaatrj : Jeremiah Sullivan,
civilian, all of yellow feter
July 4. Ouemados Prlrate William P. Trout.
Company II. Hetenth Catalry. gunshot wound.
Assistnnt Surgeon Shinier, In pharge of the
hospital nt Santiago, telegraphed the Wnr
Denartment this morning that Lieut. McLaugh
lin of the signal service died at San'lago yes
tordav ot yellow feier Lieut McLsughlln was
well known in Washington, where he was em
ployed as chief clerk of the Weather llureau
for several tears under Mnrk Harrington, who
w.ts recently discharged from the service.
Lieut. McLaughlin was responsible for the ex
pose of Hnrnngton's conduct Ho had beon In
the army for seventeen tears During- the
war with Spain he scried as chief signal offi
cer In Porto Hlco nrd distinguished himself by
cnrrjlng the news of the signing of the peace
protocol to Gen, Ilrncke's headounrterH In
.line to prevent nn encagemen" with the Span
latds Owing to III henlth Gen Greelr offered
to assign Mel aughlln to setvlce In the Fnltcd
.State-i. but he expressed a preference for ser
vi"o at Suntlago. and he was ordered there
only a month ago.
A DM I HA I, OUT OF QU4ltATIXF.
Port Cnptnin of llatiinn Hnd Heen nn
llofflnnn lalund taluce Tueadn) ,
Rear Admiral Cromwell, tho Port Captain nt
Hnvana, who was sent to Hoffmnn Island for
observation when ho nrrlved here, on Tuesday
nn tho steamer Havnna, because ho had not
secured acclimatization pnpors, wns re'paso.t
yesterday Tho Quarantine steamer Gov
Flower landed him nt tho Ward lino pier Ht
noon, nnd nt 1 o'clock lie took a trnln to New
port, It I , to join his wife and family He Is
home on leave, nnd he said that he should
makoa long stay If the sanitary condition of
Havana lemnlned good Otherwise he should
hurivbaek The erudition of things whon he
left, ho said, was ontliely satisfactory.
Lieut Stephens of the Tenth Infantry, who
wns from Cardenas, was also released He Is
bound for St Paul on army business Haifa
do7on other passengets from the Itavnr.t al-o
came up on tlio same trip of the Gov Flower.
jumiE ror.i.HTT's srccEssmt.
Coiigreasiunn Itnr nnd W. I'. Glnddlng of
Norwich Are Cnndlrinte.
niNiiiiAMTON, X. Y .July 11 -There nlrendy Is
n lively contest on for the appointment to tho
Judgeship mnde vacant by the death of Justice
David 1 1. Foiled The two most prominent
eandliliites nre Congressman George W. liny
and the Hon W F Gladding of Norwich
Prominent politicians who are In touch with
thoGoternor say that Mr. Hay can have the
nppolntment It he desires It, but ho can nlo
hate the sent in Congress as long as ho
wishes, and under tho condition ot affairs
In tho House nnd the prominent tKisltinii
he now holds it, is doubtful if he would accept,
The Hon W 1 Gladding of Norwich Is excep
tionally strong nnd Is looked upon as a sure
winner In euso liny withdraws from tho field
He is popular with members of the bar nf both
lartles, nnd tho names of many political lead
ois, Irrespectlte of party, will appear on the
petition asking his nppolntment In case Mr
Hay accepts, the Hon. George H, Curtlseot this
city will be named a: till successor In Congress.
QUEEX VIXEB TllBVBACE UEI.EOATES.
Wllhelmlnrt Frnpoiea n Tomt to the Surreal
of Hie Conference.
Fltfcial CahU Ptipateh lo In 80s;.
AMHTEntHM, July tl-Ouoen Wilhelmlna
save n dinner In tho imlnco bore this cvenlim
In honor of the delegates to tho Ponco Confer
ence. Hor Majesty arilved from Tlio Hague
thlsaftornoon and was acclaimed hy tlie crowds
who had assembled to wclcomo hor. She was
accompanied by tlm Queen Dowager. About
forty of tho leading delegates to the
conforenco nrrrlted Inlor and wore at
onco driven to the pnlnce. At tho banquet
Queen Wilhelnilno pioposod n tonst to theauc
cpssof tho conforenco and to tlio healths of
the heiids of the States repreiented.
llnron do Htaal, President of the conferonoo,
responded. The guests stood with raised
glnssos while n band plnyed the natlonnl an
them. A largoly nttended reception In tho
throue room followed tho banquet.
Altat'lXO TUE VESEf.UEr.A CtSK
Sir Ulcbnril Webster Continues Ills Long
Specll llefole the Colllllllsaliill,
.tpndf Oie'. Itftinttch lo TllK flc.v
pAlits. July (I -At the slttlni, of tho Tenor
llelan tribunal to-day Sir lllcbard Webster ro
RUtiiKit his argument of the llrltlsh case, bring
ing the matter down to tho middle of 171'O.the
drift of his argument being that the disputed
territory was either no mini's land or Dutch
Sir Hlcharil dnmes steadily filmic, his talk
being ilnrellntHil by anyflnsh ot eloquence
Occasionally the tiihiiual requests liiiri to give
u clearer showing of geographical details,
when an assistant points out places In a some
what school-like way on the largo maps which
hang nn the walls
Tin geuernl public, was represented to-dny
hy a do.eii stv llshly dressed women. Tho sit
ting will bo continued to-morrow.
SA IT A(IUIAI.IUI AT TAU1.AC.
Spnnluli CouiHiiaaloueis Secured the Ke
lenae of n I'ew l'rlauiiei a.
fvrti'il Cable 1'nrat.h InTlir Sus.
HtMi.i, July II - Tho Spanish Commission
nrs returned hero from their conference with
Agulniildo nt Turlno to-night. They brought
with them the Spanish garrison of llaler. which
recently surrendered to the Insurgents after a
siege of moro than a tear, nnd fourteen oltll
prisoners Tho Commissioners were unable to
arrange with Aguinaldo for a general reh aso
of tho Spanish prisoners in tho hands uf the
Filipinos
Tlroy report tliat tho American prisoners
held by the Insurrcnts hate been sent to
Vigan, In Ilocns Sur province, on tlio northwest
coast of I.U7UI1.
Hutr.ii ist lion- ix rir.xx.i.
Police Hide Down tbe I'nrnders nnd Arrest
n socialist Leader.
fp'cial ri'f Detnalrl, M Tur Si-v.
View v, July i. In pursuance of the Social
ist opposition to Iliirgomnster I.uegpr's new
Municipal SuiTinge bill for Vienna, several
thousand workmen paruded tho ning-strnsso
this etenlng Th" police finally broke up the
demonstration ntnl arrested Dr Adler, a So
cialist leader, mid others taking part In the
paiade.
Some nf the Socialists allege btutalllv on the
part of the mounted police, it ho, it Is chatged.
rode down P.traders and thrashed them before
thej wore able to rise. Many persons wore
trampled upon hy the horses of the police.
ni.sitors' Animus to the pope.
The I.nlln-Aiiiei ienn Council Ktiireatel Ha
'Ilianl. nuil Devolion.
.r'Ti' Cni'if ftftj'iti'h it 'i iik srs.
liniiF. .liilyll - The address of the Council of
Latin- American lllsliops to tlie Pope lias been
publish.'.! In it the llmhnps thank his Holi
ness fur his work In strengthening the peoples
nnd recalling them to tlie doctrinos of tlio
Catholic Church Tho Popo. in a brief reply,
exptpssed admiration for tin devotion of tho
Hlshop-
rifTiMs or the stei.i.a wreck.
Coinpnnt Dcii.isita a&KO.noo Toward sjettllng
tbe Cliihua fin Diiiimgea,
Spr lal CaMr PuptitfK tn Tur St'v.
Lovnov. July il Tho London and South
western Hallway ( ompanv, tlio owners of tho
steamer Stella, which was wrecked on tho
Casquet nicks in Hie Channel on March .'tn,
have paid Info court Hie sum of 1(1,(100 town rd
settling the claims for damagos lodged by
friends, and relatives of the tictlms of tho disaster.
Qt'EEX 117.7. DECEIVE TIIEV.
Ametlcnri nnd Colonial Delegntea to th
Women's Congress to A lalt lnilsor To-llny.
fipnutl CitLI' Itttvatrh to THr Srs.
I.omion, July tl. At the request of La ly
Aberdeen the Queen will receltn to-morrow at
Windsor ( nstle I ."Oof the delegates to tho In
toinntional Women's Congress, which has just
closed Its session here. Most of those who will
bo reeolted hi hei Majesty aio American ntid
colonial delegates.
lIRITl'sll AXTillCTTC EXPEOITIOX.
Government Willing to Contribute flV!V6,ooo
If Ihe I'romotera Do the Snme.
.infill' Cubit Dniill i lo Im Scs,
Lovnov, July (J The Treasury has signified
its willingness to ask Parliament for a grant of
4.".00(l for an antarctic expedition, proilded
the promoters of the scheme nssuro nn equal
contribution.
tfitoMiED itrsit.t vi .Moor.s oFriCRit.
Kills Ills Wire, Who llnd Deaerteil lllm,
and Then Commits Suicide,
Sp'ttit CahU liftvalrh IoThk fit's
IlotiiiiY, July it Cnpt Iremonger of tbe
Durham lieglmcnt was shot to-dny by a rail
way engineer nf tho iinmo of Grcgor), who-o
tvlfo recently eloped with Iremonger. The
shooting oecurii'd nt llmuiorn.
Gregory, after shooting Iremonger, killed his
wlfnand then committed suicide. Iremonger
is In a precarious condition.
FllEXCll MUltltF.riElt t.Ull.l.OTIXElh
ILnrge Crowd Wltneaeed the J'xerutlon nnd
Cheered the A lctlina ltrnver).
.Vf.fi-ia Cit'U I'trdi'A lo Tur Srs
Ptnis, July II - Ilatlll", tho double murderer,
was put to death h the guillotine In front of
tho prison nt Hoiten this morning In the pres
ence of a largo crowd The prisoner "lept well
last night, confessed, took communion and
heard mas this morning and died courage
ously. Tho crowd applauded his bravery.
I.lndanr to He Drought Itnck for Trial.
Spinal CiUr li'ipnlr! lu The Sus,
Lonhon, July il. Tho court to-day granted
the extradition of Charles II rorbes Lindsay,
who was arrested at Londonderry on Juno 14
on board tho Heamshin City of Home, from
New York tor Glasgow, charged with embez
zling $1,411(1(1 from tho Now York Mutual
Life Insurance Company.
I'nlyeralty Crlcketera In it Music Ilnll How,
Aji'i.il Cnl'lf liripatrh In Tur ftrs.
LosrioN, July il Capt Jcssop of the Cam
bridge erlokot team and two members of tho
Oxford team wero arraigned In tho Police
Court this morning upon a, charge of rioting
outside the Empire Music Hall last evening.
They wero discharged.
Cndets Iteturn to the Mnnnngnhcla.
.Vci i' CahU )'rl-a lo Tim Srv,
Lonpon, July il - Tho 'JOn endnts from the
United States training ship Monongahcl.t, who
have been seeing tho sights of London, re
turned to their ship to-day nnd will sail home
ward on July H.
IlnnU nt Denial Dlaroiint Rate,
fpicial CabU lnpo.tc to The Hrs
Cat CUTTA, July tl -The Bank of Bengal hns
reduced Its rato of discount from 5 to 4 per
cent.
ELEVATED JIAILROADS BOLD.
An Important Step In the Brooklyn Con
solidation Scheme.
The Kings County and tho Fulton avenue
elevated railroad properties were sold under
foreclosure yesterday without opposition. The
only bidder wns August Delmont, Chairman of
tho Heorgiinlrallon Commltteo, The bid for
tho Kings County road wast'.'.OOO.OOO. andtliat
for tho Fulton nvenuo lino was $I.r00.0X.
Tlio announcement that tho snln had benn
tnado was n surprise to Wall streot. as only on
Wednesday the New York Hank Note Company
kecurod a postponement of the sale for twenty
days. The Hank Note Company bad a judg
ment against tho Kings County F.lcvated Hall
road Company for i'JS.OuOfor engraving, which
was obtained boforc, tho judgment of foreclos
ure wns grnntod. Counsel for the llnnk Noto
Company Informed Supremo Coutt Jutlco
Lambert of Brooklyn, who postponed tho snip,
that it desired to come In as n judgment credit
or An amicable arrangement was urritelat
yestoulay between the attorneys of the various
Interests, so tliat the sale could procepil Thpro
wis n full settlement of the Hank Note Com
pnnt'H claim, the lleorarunlration Committee
nnd the Hrooklin Knpld TransltCompanv each
paying halfthc judgment
The sale Is a step in the schemo for tho con
solidation of the delated lines with the
Brooklyn Iltiptd Transit Company
Tlie plan ot tho Hcorgnnltllon Comtnlttpe Is
to t in ii f ho properties ntnr to thellapld Transit
I onipany, which Is already engaged In the
vvmk of substituting electricity for steam
power The leans of the tmnsfer were ni
ranged some tlmo before the death of Itoswoll
P I loiter, and tlio stock to ho paid by tho
l.upid Transit Couipam In tho transfer has al
read! been Issiiud and Is Included In tho "M..,
UOO.uiHlo! capitalization of that company.
llt'ltXEl) HERSELF TO HEATH.
Mis. Gnrillnl'a Melancholy After Repeated
A'lfdta or it Gypay AVolnnn.
Mrs Marie K. Gardlol, 40 years old, wlfoof
F.mll Gnullolof '.'IH Hancock avenue, Jcnoy
City Heights, saturated berbodvnnd clothing
with keiofceno nil on Wednesdny and set flio to
the bottom of her skirt Thou shw stood erect,
and almost In mi Instant was enveloped In
flumes William Fontoti nf "J.'tlt Hnncock ate
iiuimaw smoke issuing from Hie windows and
ran upstairs Mrs Gnrdlol's clothing was still
blazing, but she had fallen on tho Moor Fen
ton throw bod clothing oter her and ex
tinguished tho Humes The woman wns still
uliie, and uu nniliuluuce wns summoned to
takohor to the hospltul. but sho died on tho
wny
Mrs Gardlol was supcrMltlous and had fre
quent attacks id melancholia, .she wns visited
occasionally by an old gypsy woman who told
hor fortune. After each visit of tho gypsy Mrs
Gurdlol is said to bate beeomo more melan
choly than usual Tho gypsy's last visit was
on Tuesday, mid she told MrH Gardlol thut
something wns going to happen On Wednes
day afternoon sho calli d her ll'-yenr-old
daughter Fmuia, and snld to her: "fimtnn, I
am told that something Is about to happen
to mo llm future looks black nnd dreadful.
1 want ou to siny hero with mo fora little
while "
Tliu child, frightened ut herlinnther's talk and
appearance, tan out of tho room to tell eomouf
the neighbors, but she had scarcely disap
peared when Mrs. Gardlol set horaelf on tiro.
Mr Gnrdlol made a eomfortabln living for Ins
family, which consisted of his wife, his daugh
ter Fmma, another daughter named F.tnlly. l.'l
) ears old, and iuoii Chrlstopher.il jcaisold.
lOt'Xlt DEAD OX TllK ROCKS.
Ilnili Left n Letter Sitting That He Wns
Tired nf Life.
Peter Koch, a produce dealer, of 4S I.nwrcnco
street, was found dead jesterday nn a pile of
rocks at Ktlht street and Convent Terrace A
letter was found in Ills pocket which would
seem to Indicate that he committed sulcldo. It
was written partly In English and partly in
German and read ns follows
"Jolinni.close up the business. Mother wants
her own way Now she can hare It I am
tired of lire."
Mrs Koch said last night that her husband
had been troubled with heart disease She
tins unable to explain the meaning of tho let
ter lie loft. The police sny they found nn Indi
cations that the man hnd taken poison An
autopsy w ill be hold to determine tho cause of
death.
Tried to Kill lleraelr In a lloipltnl.
Mrs Ida Kclliner of fW) Morris 6treet, Brook
lyn, was taken to tho Lebanon Hospital, at
Westchester and Caldwell even lies, on Wednes
day afternoon, suffering with stomach trouble.
Yesterday morning Dr Wassnrmnn, tho super
intendent, started to walk through the ward in
which sho had been placed, just ns she jumped
from her bed nnd tnado a rush for one
of the window Dr Wassertnan seized
her mid held hei until two nursfs
arrived. Mr Kellmer fought desperately, bit
ing both of the nurses In the hands and over
turning beds and chairs In her struggles Sho
mis placed In a straltjacket and removed to
Fordhatn Hospital She was niterward trans,
foi red to Bellevuc, whero sho was placed in the
Insane pavilion
DIKlt OF A 1IROKEV SKUI Tn
Kellv Told Ilia Mother That " nig" O'rirlen
Hit lllm In a Trolley Car Itow.
Michael Kelly. 10 yenrs old, ot .'i.'i.'i Knst
Thirty-eighth street, dlod of a fractured skull
In Bollovuo Hospital last night Kolly wns
takon to the hospital on Sundat night last from
tho Long Island Ferry at the foot of East
Thirty-fourth street Ho was one of a number
nfxiune people who wore returning from nn
excursion of tho Prospect Club to Woodslde,
Long Island After n row in a trolley
car in Long Islandl Citv, Kelly and a girl who
hnd accompanied him on the excursion hoard
ed the fenvboat Long Beuch On tho trip to
this city Kefir became unconscious, and when
the boat got In nn ambulanco was summoned.
On Wednesday Kellv. who sepmed to bo hot
ter, told his mot her that u man known as "Big"
O'Brien had struck him After his death last
night Mrs Kelly notified tho police of this, and
Cnpt. Dclaney of the Fast Thlrtv-flfth
sheet station Is now looking for O'Brien.
Albert Hayes, lii years old, of Illll
East Seventy-third "treei, John fillmnrtln,
J'.' jenis old. ot.'U'J Fast Thirty-ninth street,
mid John F.llwood, 'J4 ) cars old, of 't't'l East
Twonty-thinl street were all nrrested last
night ns witnesses nf the assault They all de
niul knowing who it wns that struck Kelly,
lint s.t there was a general light In the trolley
car coming from Woodslde to Long Island City,
nnd that a number of people were struck. The
three were locked up.
Killed Ills Mother-in-I.nw and Himself.
PtiiKKitsnrno. W. Va July (t On Wednes
day morning Zano Ferguson, who resides near
Wilbur Hltchie countt. went to tho homo of
bis mother-in-law, Mrs Hester Davis, on Lit
tle Camp Mlstake.wllh his rllle Ho fired nt tho
woman, tbe ball entering her back and caus
ing death estordat morning To end the
tragedv Ferguson shot himself with a revolver
the saino etenlng, cau-lng Instant death. He
was lleelng from a posse at tho time of his
suicide The cause of the murder was domes
tic trouble.
Alleged Disorderly Tint llnldeil.
Detective Tompkins and two policemen of
tho West Thirtieth street station descended on
nn alleged disorderly tint in West Twenty-sixth
streot last night and arrested Bessie Jackson,
two other women nnd a man. All four vtcie
locked up.
JUST A MOMENT !
IN Don't
i I miss reading
48 th
l , I announce-
HOURS to follow.
COHEN & CO.,
N. W. Cor. Tailors.
Nassau ti Ann Sts.
HMiJiMiiMi
"When you don a crash suit and bring out a strait H
dh' what will the iiulckallter do? M
' Twill tunilil- Juat 'JO' in an hiiur, H
While you ahitcraiiil ahrinkllke sfroatbittsn flower, H
That's what the uulrkallvrr will do," J
Linen ornali suitR, $7.50; wool B
crash suits, $'20; straw bats, $1.90 I
Other things equally shivery : fl
White duck troubers, $2 and
$5 ; flannel trousers, $4.50 to
$7.50; negligee shirts, $1 to $8; fl
low shoes, $4.50.
For mau and boy.
Ror.Kits, 1'kkt tfc Co.
a.'.o Ilroadirai cor Tcnnaxit M
r.ftli Hroadituv, cor Prime. H
Tblrtj aaioliil and Hros.twar. H
Rare Examples I
In Antiques 1
And rurniturc. A visit here i; its own res H
ward. They who come say it is a liberal H
9
Uuvers will find pecuniary rewards in tha fl
present Moderate Prices. H
It's an excellent time to buy either for H
use or investment.
Schmitt Brothers,
Two J Cor. 25th St. & 4th Ave. i Two ,
Stores. 40 East 23d St. 1 Stores. i
"shake Into you shoes-
Allen's Toot-Ense, n powder. It curpa
painful, biiinrt Iiir. nervous feet nnd in
KtowliiK null, mid Ijjstnntly tnkeq tho
still); nut nf corns ntnl bunions. It's the
Krentot comfort illncovery of tho ago.
Allen's root-Husu iniikcs Unlit or now shoos
feel ousy. It in n certuln euro for swcntlnir,
onlloim nnd hot, tired, hcIiIiik foot. Try 16
to-day. Kohl hy nil (Iruiwistn nnd shod
btores. Hy ninll for 2re. in ntiimp. Trlnl
pnoVnis'o ritr.i:. Address Allen S. Olmstod,
Lu Hoy. X. V.
For Dyspepsia. 1
Horsfords Acid Phosphite
Imports strength, ond makes thai
process of dlgostlon natural ond aasjr.l
Genuine bears name Horsfordfi on wrapper. H
PROPOSED tlRAXITE TRUST.
Movement to fonanlldntn the Ownorshlp
uf New Klislnnd Qunrrlea.
CoxcoHn, K. H . July 0. It has boon rumored
for aoteral dn tlint n eranlto trust, which
would embrace most of the quarries In New
Knslnnd. wn nhnut to bo formed. To-day
Jamos G Ilatterson ot Hartford, Conn . Prosl.
dentof the Now Knslnnd Granlto Works in thl
clt, visited the qunrrlcs nnd works nf tho cltr,
and afterwards was closeted with twocranlti
experts Mr Ilatterson enld that an effort wa I
belnc made to combine certain eranlto Inter
ests for the purpose of seeurlne a more e.jtil table
division of contracts He said further that it
would probably be a month before anything ,
positive could be announced nnd hinted
atronel)' that the rumored combination would
bo accomplished Tho experts who have been
lnspeetlnu the quarries of this eltjr left to-day
for Ited'toni and will make official visits to
many irntnlte centres, acting as appraisers for
the men behind the movement.
ClllCitIO ROYS OVESTS OF TOROXTO.
Cadets from the A nn our Institute Welcomed
by the Mayor find Cltlzena.
Tonos-To, July 0 A patty of uniformed
cadets from tlio Armour Institute nf Chlenero,
Hixty-one strong. In command of Cnpt. W. II. '
JlcCIcary arrived here In a special train to-day
for a ten days' visit. They were escorted to
HlKh I'ark, oterlookinu Lake Ontario, where
the Dominion (overnment has erected teuta
and furnished a ciimn for them. They will ha
the guests of the city.
A public reception was Riven this afternoon
by the Miijot and t'ltv Council assisted by
leading eltlyeiii On behalf of the American
residents of Toronto the Mayor presented the
cadets a silk l'nlon Jack on a silver mounted.
Pole. The boys ore told that they could ride
free on the street ears and ferries nnd hats
free uc of the V. M. C, A. baths ami gym
nasium, lint they will be under strict military i,
discipline while here. m
Hit. .V'OORX EXOXERiTEl).
Coroner's .IiirySnys the Shonllnc of Clifford
While Wna Arrldentnl.
Dr William A McCorn. a thy-ioian a tie
Wave Crest Sanitarium In Astoria, it ho shot
and killed Clifford White, 17 tois old, while
Whlto nnd a number of other boys were Mrlp
plnK n cherry tree In ttie sanitarium grounds,
was exonerated by a Coroner's jury yesterday.
The verdict was to the ofTect that the shooting
wasentlrely nccldeutnl Dr McCorn Is In tha
Oiicens County .fail, where he Is held on a
charge nl murder In the first degree. The jury
recommended tint lie be dlhchnrged from cus
tody, but when Cotoncr Samuel ,S (iuy serteil
an nrdei' on Sheriff, llaker diiectlng him to
release llr Mei'niu from custody the hherlff
d( dined to ol.cj tbeordi'i The doctor will be
nrrnlgncd hoTon' n Magistrate in Long Island
Citv this morning and an olfnrt vrlll be inadu
to seeuro his discharge or havo him released
on bail.
A ;n llenl In Jeraey City.
The I'nlted Ons Improteiuent Company of
Philadelphia has ninde arrangements to par
ch isi. the Jeisey ( itv Cms Light Company nnd
the People's das Light Company, and the deal
tn eds onlv to be rntlUe I by tin stockholders of
the two companies to go Into effect The price
to be pi s an adv.inee of 'J.'o per cent on th t
face mine or the suick.iiuii the on tiers hnrs
the option of inking cnsli, or part cn-h an 1
bonds, or stok of the I'liite-I (ns rinprote.
ment Conipant If the deal Is carrle I out tlu
I'niied i,as Improvement Comp.iny will own
all the gas interests In Hudson cmitiM It n i7
controls the People's and the Jersey City,
undor leases which have live yoar-i moro to
run.
Wnnta B'i.l.ooo for Manila Mnde I'aeleaa hy
lint lug Ileen hiiucered.
I'nn.AnFi riiiA. July il - A s'atement n' c'a'm j
was lllel In the Court of Common Pleas to-dny I
bvthc attorney f ir Mls Kdith Iteone, who de- I
Clares tliat last spring I'redcrick It. rnrrnw. a, I
drug clerk, who hid been visiting hor. snri- I
ously Injmed imili her haiuls by s.jueezlng B
them so that one of them will have to be nmpu-
tit d and the o'her tt ill be nf House At thrt t
time ol the squeezing Miss lloone. who is 18
yeirs old wis living nt the house of her
b'l.'l.nr-iii Inw. l'J'J'l riouth Twenty-seventh
si reel Mie nks that the court award her
dnmiges In the sum ot t'J.l.ooi) M
linker, the W Ife Murderer, to He Ilnnced. tjt k
Clin t .o. July" -In the Cr mlinl foiiit'n. 71
da- Angus' P.ccker wis f ..r . gu 'ty of Hie
murder .f his wife, Ilnehel, nnd sentenced to
lie hinged P.ecker s crime was eomnilttednn
the night n' Jan i', A'ter killing his wife with
ii liat Iron bar. ho cut up her body, dis
integrated It hy boiling it In a wash bolli-r and '
burned nr burled the fragments In many par
ticulars the murder was stnk uclyiluiilai let
tn Luetgert murder.
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