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have dODO the th best b 8t und the hardest hrd 8t work worltwhether workbcther ork orkWblther
whether an a law givers or a as loldlum whether whetherlo whetherlapubllo
lo lapubllo n public or In privntn life lifeJt 1It1I lifefhii
I fhii hilt II not a poit olt and easy cr creed to o PIach PIachh preach preachft
Jt II a creed willingly learnwl only by b men mennnd Inln InlnI mennd
Ind nnd nd women cl who wllloh together lu ther with wih the lh softer softervirtue ioltervirtuei oflr oflrIrtue
virtue Irtue possess poies e nl o l the ulroiiBer ItrOIII r who ran ranilo cnndo nn nndo
ilo do and and dare Jo und dM ill at nted but who while whilelife whlt whileJire
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I life le talk ant lasts lat will wi never nHr Uluch lluch 111 Crow th thtl their u ullottud ullottudtalk ul11ltd ul11ltdtuk allcttudtazk
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ness e men mfn of this thl great arOt State ttatl of tlili tlll rulghly rulghlyand nlrllY nlrllYand Ighty Ightynd
and nd wonderful wOldrrll nation naton are gathered together togethertoday tOltwl tOltwlI together1oday
today proud of your ollr Htate Iule and ntlll llproud prouder prouderof r ror
I I of your nation becwuse leclte your nur forefathers Coreatherl and andpredecessor andIrOecelsorl cAncizredecessor3
predecessor natol have lived 1Id up to Just Ju t thin thl criid criidYou cndYou ervedYou
IrOecelsorl You havo IILV received rlcld from their hand tlnds a went wentInheritance mreutInherliunce rut rutInhrlunc
Inheritance and nd you nu will wlllIVtllvln leavo an even greater greaterInheritance Ilnler IlnlerInll grenterinheritance
Inhrlunc Inheritance Inll rltunce to your olr children chldrn and your chll chlldrenn chilclren hl
drenn drun children provided 110lded only olly that you practise prac pre pretse prueiso ¬
tise iso allltu alkl In your our private and 1111 and your our public publiclives publc publcIvel publiclives
lives tse tho strong sIron virtues that have havt given ilv n us usa wcaic
Ivel I It In i not notenough uotenouln
a aic a peoplo greatness In the Iiart II t
1 enough 08 to be 0 Itatne wellmeaning welmoallll and kindly klndl but butwink butak butI
I enouln wink ak neither nelt hpr i Is it enough Ooulllo to IH b > Mrqtiir t4rcng un unwlth unls8 UflI
I ls8 le mnorulity und dlcncy decencr gohaind hund In inlth lalul lalulj
wlth lth morullY strength strn b We must poi po IO u tUe tl nualltlcn nualltlcnwhich lualt lualtI qn1it1which
j which wih make ua do our olr dutyin dutYrn our ou bpmos boinoz und undamong uudmonl UIIdL
I L among our neighbors nnd nnl In addition nddlton we wethy wemU8t wemust
must monl p05Sl88 poseess thy niiufltliS qllallll which uro tndis tndisinasterful IndlI
I I Jlensable to the mlkull makeup or eyerr Ielt great Ind IndII8tlrui and andnaMtirfcml
inasterful iiatlonttio uuulltle of courage courageand couruoan courageand
and an II8tlrui d hardihood hrdlboot Iltlontho of Individual IIUidlll qualtc Initiative Inilalv ilmitlaticye and andyet 111 111I
I yet ye of power to Ic combine combilo for u common corurnollned OIUIOI en Ond Ondand < l land
and above novo all al the thl resolute determination determinationto dctrmllllou dctrmlllloui
I i to permit prllt no man II and uld no set stt et of men len to minder minderus umhrUI
from the other by lines of eautc or orcreed orf orireed
t us UI u on ono otllr l lutI
creed or section Wo iiiust II1t net ct upon the thomotto theI
I f I motto of all al 8clon for each lch and ILd each for all allThere al allI
I There must mu t bo over VIr present nt In our mlnnj mlnnjtho minds mindsthe 1ml8
1 the fundamentnl tundllnlntll truth trtll that t t In a republic r publc such suchan suchat ueni
an at ours the only Inly safety sulet Is Ii to stand neither neitherfor neiher neihertor neitherm
i m for our nor ncuinst alllnst any iniin mln because he Is II rich riclior richI richor
I or because he Is il poor becuuso lewuso ho U enKUBd enKUBdin efJald efJaldI
I I in bcU8e one occupation Ucuallou or another anutIr because ho howorks howorks
1 works with his braIn or hecauso b IuU he h lmc works workswith workswih workiwit
with wit ti his handi hU1111 ha IIi 1 W W1 a must treat Irlat I rca t ciirh en 111 li man manon 111 111In manon
on In wih his hl worth orth and ulI tint merits mritl as H man lal Wu must mustRSO IUt IUti nmu4tpe
i RSO pe that each Is Ii liv 111 ijivn n u 8qiiiri > den dI becuuso becuusohe bculO
1 he Is entitled 1 to no 10 more und lnd should rciilvij rciilvijno rNI rNIno reeivno
no less lel nlh Finally wo must Ilst keep ever lu II mind mindthat mindthlt mimindthat
that thlt a republic such UdIIS a ours cuu exist xlt only In Invirtue luvIrtue Invirtue
virtue 1 reJmhlc of tho Iht orderly otlpr orierl librty IbrlY which whih comia comiathrough COUl COUlthroulh eouie3S
S through Ibo t ho e lluul eclual jual iioiilnutlon dnlnattol it i mmititt oii of 0 t th I h > hlw Iiw over overull owrI
I I all throulh men alllte and 11 llirouch Lhrluh Its It administration administrationin Idl111lslrlton Idl111lslrltonIn cii miinI4trat oct octn
in n such resolute uiolut liltl and fearleiw rarl fashion filltdon us a shall shalltench shaltteach hal
below teach t a < h mill ul it itSenator itSenator that no 10 utah UUI U above alol it and no man manbelow lan lanbelow manbelow
t Senator Depow who spoke IJOk briefly bitCh l after afterMr aClr aClri afterI
had concluded udud also got u uvnrm aWarm
i I Mr r Roosevelt Hoo8evlt hut conc I Iarm
Warm > arm reception receptionSENATOR recption recet ion ionSENATOR
Senator Snator IViiew said aid thut of all aliho tlio I lie occa occasions OCIU OCIUtions oceaIions ¬
sions tions on which lie Ilf had heard htnd the ll President Presidentspeak Prldentlpak lresidentspeak
01 tho audience and andfilled andfled andfiled
speak when wh1 lie h filled Iled til audilnc
filled lpak the tho 0 nir mtr this surpassed IId any LlY other otherIt nlllr nlllrI
It I wan w a tallhe lul talk 1Il said Inl 8Irla from ito IIo brain brainnnd hrln hrlnnnd brainI
I nnd heart from froU ri I Imalihy brain Iril anil a alipulthv a11pllth aI I
I lipulthv 11pllth heart 1 ut a healthy healhv American Anwrlc brain brainand brainand brainand
heart heart1ulu heartVlLIIU
and a healthy American Amlricln hllrl
lulu iu 11 lJiro J 1iutij uI + Scnulor Ilulol I Dpw > pew said saidlie Baidhe smcdhe
he saw W the tlo review row of largo lago standing 8tondlni standlu armies armiesThe urmill erodes erodesflie
The Tle next parade I saw aw IW he wud ud was wasthat W11 W11that a athat
that reic rviwd reiewed we < i by tho to President Irdlt Irdaldomit in your onr city citytoday tt tttoIY cityI
I today toIY of tho fnen mt men who have 11 Ajnerican Ajnericanproducts Am Amemicanproducts rca n nproductl
products to enter nvcry WCI country colltry of the theworld tie tieworld theworld
world the molt who wll produce our wen wlnll wealth wealthand 1th 1thnud
and lud who carry mrr on our industry Indu try and 111 wlo wloBurpass wLolurpR wLosurpass
surpass those thoS of all nl nalicrw lltm of all al time timt1Wiile tm timeiile
lurpR Wiile iile 111 the countries countrcs of tho t10111 t1aOiI Old World Wnrldmaln Wnrldmalntam rle main malntain I Itain
tain tam penco C by > > y large 1ar HtandiiiK Htldl standIs < amJ arnJI arnds s 111 tiece tieceI liPiP1 liPiP1I
I said inorcli maJeh the soldiers Ioldirs of the United UliitedStates tldtedSlatEs UnitedI
I States SlatEs Slt wlo not by the tl arts aJt uct of o wir I lut ut by bythose hythos byg
g those thos of peace protect prtect us in il our olr BIPI cinnry cinnryand CIIU CIIUId emnacyand
and Id If the call rJloe come ns nl It t did in 1111 01 fl tlifru tlifruis th this thiertI
I is the tlo army amy nnd there nro ar em the uini who whomarch whoId ho homarch
Id march under the t11 old hug 1j for tho dcfei c cof cof cor >
of lids ths country countryI I
I Ho 10 referred rforrd to the thl speech 8 ch of former formerGov fonnlr fonnlrOY formeri
i cloy OY Hill ll at tlio Ilocklnnd Hoddl11 County Fair FairOov FairOov FairI
I Oov Hill Hi ho said sad has made Iwdt a great W at site HUCivea IUe sitei
i tees in law lw and politics pottk but blt nt lt the fair fairhe fllr fllrhe fairhe
he took a long lon excursion lulion Into ilto theology theologyHo thfooIY thfooIYBe
I ¼ 1 Ho said Iald to thoFo farmers said ald Senator SrimtorDcpew SenatorDepew 1101 1101t
Dcpew Dpw I do not believe hlle that Imt anything anythingIs
1 t Is II right for which I do not IOt find fnd specific specificauthority IpCiO IpCiOluthorlty
11 authority luthorlty in tho Bible As Al to trusts tflll and andlike andI
I I like lke things thln If I did riot find flllutborit authority for forit forI forI
I it I l in the Bible I know it is il l wrong wrotipNow WWIr wrongI
I Now asked the Senator Snator what would wouldAbraham wouldAbram wouldAbraham
I Abraham Abram Moses 10 s Jacob and isaac what whatwould whatwould hnt hntould
would ould St Matthew attww St Paul and St Luke Lukehavo Iukehav Lukehave
have hav done on this platform platon laughter laughterwhen Ialhter IalhterwhEn hauhtcrIwhen
whEn when that photographer tried trild to mho a apicture apictur apicture
picture pictur What would Abraham AbrnlIm MOSPH MOSPHJacob M0PR M0PRJacb IoseaJacob
Jacob Jacb nnd Isaac what would ouIt St Matthew MatthewSt tatth tatthSt
St Paul and St Luke have dono just now nowwhon nowwhen nowwhen
when that tat train went wtnt by b with its Is roar itn itnBoreechosits il itaI
I Boreechosits lorechlIR flroand Irnndlt its smoke They hey would wouldhavo wouldhave wouldhave
have thought thou ht that all ni the th flwds fldl of hell f hnd hndbroken hodbrokpl intlbroken
broken brokpl looso 10010 and that nothing but divine divinepower divluopower thymepower
power could coull save tliiir lives livesIt 18 18It livesIt
It was Wi nnetpon centuries Cnturrl a nro ngo o Senator SenatorDepew SenatorDepew nltor nltorDepew
Depew continued contnu d when Christ proclaimed proclaimedthe proc ud udth
the th doctrine doetrin of the equality equaltv of all al mankind mankindund Ilnklml Ilnklmland inankimuland
and it was in the American Amrrr1n wilderness wildernesswhero irildernessI idresf
I where men woke olm up and IU proclaimed and nndmaintained ane andmaintaicd I
maintained nalntahwd that doctrine doctrin in I government governmentHero gOlrmlnt governnterIthere
Hero ler men seek and all give ivo each other a chance chanceIn ehanC chanceIii
In II the United Starrs Statrf every man rm has hIs hlachance hIschanc lilachance
chance chanc and ho should have hlve no moro mor and andno 111 111no andno
no loss lossThn IPRSThn lessr
r Thn rulers rulen ruor of other othtr nation naHon the Senator Senatornoid SnatorRld Senatorsaid
said Rld havo havl for their griiit prnt state occasions occasionsthe oCIlon8 oCIlon8the 000niiiomlsthe
the review rle1 mul display IRpll of their enormous enormousstanding 110rl0nl eiiornmusI
I standing tllln armies andnnvl and 1llfl nayks < s We W have haven hn vo von
n President PIRifent who speaks fpelkR to us Ut not of war warrot warnot warnot
not of battles hatllel hut of high hi h ideals < of man manhood man110m mitanhood ¬
hood and womanhood woranhool which wli1 carried out outin outI
i I in citizenship cltlzrllp nmho maln the United tnlled State the thograndest lheHrndlst thegrandest
grandest country for men and women woren to tolive tolvl toI
I live lvl in tn and for children lhl n to bn bf b born hor in that thatOod thatOod thatlod
Ood ever evr created crealp IPrlongld I Prolonged applause applauseILUNCHEON applau8l1lUSCIEOS I ItUNCI
After tho exercises exercsel rclaling rcllll jug I to the open opening opel openl ¬
l tog in were over the President Ire idllt and Iml his hli party partywere partywero
1 were entertained enterllined at an informal luncheon luncheoniu luncheuilil
t iu il the clubhouse on the grounds rlnes Among Amongthoso Amoil Amongthose
those thosl at tho I Ito luncheon lunchlon wore oro State Str > te Senator SenatorW
W v L Brown Superintendent Su perleudelt of Public PublicWorks Pu lublhoWorks blo bloWorks
Works K A Boyd Dor State Senator Hnltor Robert HobertKrum Rober RobertKrum
Krum Krln exAssemblyman cxAsneIII nan Otto Olo Kelsey State StateSenator StutoSenator StateSenator
Senator John Unities nln ARomblyman Af Olhlymnl Jiune JiuneKogers Jlm JlmUO Jarne1toger3
Kogers UO NI State Senator enalor George GlOIO eorgo Mul Iuby by ex exLieutGov exIleutGov exLheutCov
LieutGov Timothy Time by y L Woodruff Wood rn At AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGenerl AttorneyGeneral ¬
torneyGeneral torneyGenerl John Cunneen CunUn State En Engineer EnIncr Engineer ¬
gineer Incr E A Bond State Senator F C CStevens Cfteven8 CStevens
Stevens fteven8 Congressman Sereno E Payne PnyneKtatu 1ayn 1aynSlatn PayneStatmi
Ktatu Senator W V V Armstrong Arn Arriist trn rang Slato SlatoSenator Sllt SlltScnatorJothrnl StatcSeitatorJotiinrn
Senator ScnatorJothrnl SeitatorJotiinrn Jot hnrn P 1 Allds Ald nnd Iml Senator SJLlo Depew DepewAfter Dtlw DtlwACr DepewAfter
After ACr tho luncheon lunchfon tlio President piwiit piwiitabout apintabout nt
about abut an hour on the veranda yplnua of tho th 113 club clubhouse duhhouAo cliiiI ¬
I house watching watchln the horseraces Timothy TimothyWoodruff Timoth Timothoodml riniothcyVoodnitT
Woodruff oodml sat near him most 10t uf the I lie time I I ni and andvolunteered andvolunteeted 111 111yoluntfmel
volunteered yoluntfmel information informatol which only a man manwith Iln maciwith I Iwith
with sporting Iportil propensities ities could furnish furnishThe fUlih fUlihThe furnkltThe
The President Preiidenl proJn got ot hack to the city cty again againat 1lin 1linat
at a 1 few minutes after Irlr 5 oclock and wu wudriven wadrven was wasdriven
driven drven aKiin a tn to tin lu Hnnover lanolr Square 8110 re reviewing rl reviewing ¬
viewing jewln stand Btlnd at antI where wlro vtere ho watched wltched tho III I Ito 2000 2000delegates 2000delegates OOO OOOdelepalNI
delepalNI delegates to the convention of the Letter LetterCarriers Llr LlrCarrer Letterarriers
Carriers Carrer Association A Asioeiat ocat Ion filo fl fib puKt pllI They woro woroall woroa1 wereall
all a1 dressed in regulation rCllLlol uniform and nd thu thuPresident thljPreHident thu1reldont
President was most 10st enthusiastic ecit husiuLSt he over ovt their theirappearance theirIpparnce theirappearance
appearance There were men 111 in the parade paradefrom pameo pameofrom lflrtith3from
Ipparnce from almost ahloR every eer State iu II the Union UnionNow Ulion UlionNow Unionow
Now ow York city alone had 400 men mel At the theconclusion IhocOMllsion thinconclusion
conclusion cOMllsion of tho I t ho review a large vase va o was waspresented wal wasprenenteti
presented prllnted to the President Plsldnt on 01 bohalf of ofthe ofI
I the t he branch brnch of the letter Let lor Carriers Curren Associa Association A AssociaI tocl ¬
I tion I Ion in 11 East Eal Liverpool LInrpol Ohio OliioAa Ohioi OhioAim
i Aa soon 8n ax aO ho could culd Mr Ir Koosovelt Hoonollt got gotInto pot potInt gotIotA
I Into Int his hll carrinRO Iarrlalo neain I aln and was driven drivenwith erlvon drivenwith
f with wih hit hil part v to exSenator lxSInltor Frank Frnk HiscnckH HiscnckHbouse HcoekH hilacocksiiouae
1 bouse hoUo in West eBt Quondam Olon tla street Itrt where wheroMr wher whereMr
Mr Hbixick Hi ock entertained ntertalntl Mr lr Itooscvolt Itooscvoltand ltorol ltorolI itooaovoltand
and hLs guests Il0tR nnd Dril uric several Ipml friends friendl nt lt a aprivate 1 aprivate
I anc private prvate dinner Thin ho Prewldent rflren I and bin binpartv hi hiparlY hisparty
party left lef Syracuse 8rrml8 at in lnA promptly prulpty Flue Thnspecial ThoIpclal Fluet
t special Ipclal train trin it Is expected oxp ctcll will wi get et to toHoboken I toIlobotcen u uHoholwlllhort
Hoboken Hoholwlllhort shortly before 8 oclock ocock tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrow10mlnr tnmorrowmnomin
morning 10mlnr mnomin g The Ill 11 President PrImt probably will willriot wi viilriot
riot fOt stop in Now No York II He will wi make Inl a ashort nIhort ashort
short Ihort speech at Richmond mchlJoml Hill 11 where whereJacob whlr wherelaeol
Jacob Jlh hUla 1 II lives 1e and ad will wi get et back to Oyster OysterBay OYBterIy Oysterit
it Bay Iy about 10SO 10SOXIXOX 10SOC lOuSit
C t XIXOX xxo INO WOULD ivoriimder SI lnT IT MLAIdHLIX MLAIdHLIXruder uUU11
I nullr ruder imder Certain onilltloM oiimlIiioncMeIaijghlIn oiimlIiioncMeIaijghlInAiitctis MelaiiRlilIn MelaiiRlilInAnxious
I j Anxious 1 ICIS About huut III 11 Ilk llullltvlck llullltvlckHugh Ihtllhk IhtllhkIllh lIstIU tek teku
u Hugh Illh tight McLauRhlin JcLat lll lii i thu tht thi ruler of the theBrooklyn thol t Ito ItoBrooklyn
l Brooklyn Democracy DemocrlY will in a few reI clays ilnyshave claysI IYI IYII
I I have a conference confnrnc with wlh the district lenders lendersto leadorl
to consider onlllor tho political polticl situation Itluaton in general generalnnd geuorl geuorlUd generalztittl
nnd Ud the work ork of th ti the local loell ticket leklt In II par particular partictilar ar artcuilr ¬
ticular tcuilr Tho Ti veteran yetrn leader lealr ia 11 i especially especiallyaniiotiA 8rlcaly 8rlcalyIldow spoelailyamiziomis
aniiotiA Ildow to t ii Rpoute 8ltlle neinocratln nltcrtlo victory In Inhis InI Inhits
his hi own political poltiwl lmlllwicl hnlhlic < tills Ihll year lar and
I lias lUll ha notified Mtltrr his lieutenants Iutpnantl that thit thin tl utmost utmostrare ulmostra it most mostearn
rare ra inuit rl 1 b hA taken tlkll In il thin tlo liulectioii ifItiol of all allthe al alltIi
the tIi local candldaten candldatenMr Cldlentl CldlentlMr
Mr Mclaughlin Meulhll ii hnv hn hut 11 yet ontiraly fltilY fltilY11Iplred eiU iroly irolyclispnimeui
dotpaired 11Iplred Of ct f inducing iudulll lln LI > Tammany Tlrlany mag magnate 111g 111gnaiJI miii g gnates ¬
nate naiJI to I o nomlruitn nllnnlt flOnhi 112110 a HrooUlyn bicook I yn man man mc for
Mayor nnd a mel ho hI continue contnuC1 to 1 carry er his IIH pro proI
< At < 16 > 6 Uinl K t t Color Cull under mitt lot his I us wing IinJ in il tO expec expectation 1110 1110lal1 ri lie lietatjiiti ¬
tation lal1 of Huch a I iioniingeiicy mnliujeIC Vcaturtlay 111 aiertIay nlay
Mr Ir Molyiughlln MeIJllhlllalllhll had thU lo I o say u iy In rofoiflnro rofoiflnrolo rfUnJlc rfUnJlcto
to the th recfliit rlcont projection of Jwix 1tIII Nixon Nixonon NIxon
on 11 tha political pltleul hniijn hniijnIf hnlJI
If I tlm thl Hepiibllefliifcni htipuluhica IPUhUlnJnnl iii n I do cli not no mean flll n can canI
Ills Ih I Its RepubllrniiH RIpuhllir for fo fr r thny I nr dont cont don eo t mil nllh nllhII ii ii lhn lhnhelviw t i ummu ummuelwt4
helviw II V by that Iml m imnix 1111 liny IIY mornIf 110 IiiOi I ir It Ihl t ha
fijtioiiUlK 11101111 und ald mini I Iho Ill t ho Dniiiocrntti I Ui4e IICItl at khould hfuld iiou Id get getOK Rtl getI I II
I OK OJM ogsi her for Ilin II I lie purnoHn IHJrru11 ji rus1 of fr if MilwIliiH mehet tlw icig lh II t hue hueI > i ilxt
I lxt I man 131 fr iln I Iii iinnjilc imd mind iliejr Ih Ilr KhoiiM KhoiiMprt uhitiiI1select
select IINI < < prt Mi MJ Nixon lJOh it I would bit hi > atUfuctory atUfuctoryo ullfletoIY j
t tom tomiut o mo f
Mat Te TUte t Vp Ut Ut1IMTWOd IcadilWk IcadilWkor
of a CaasJ C = Ewlatl Bnolol rueItmtn rueItmtnflio n nIlio
Ilio 110 Kopublloan pubUo State Stt > Commltt Cmitt U I 1 to tonwemblo tOaaemble
nwemblo aomble at the Fifth ffh Avenue A eluelotat Hotel at 1030 1030oclock 1030oclock
oclock odok this thi morning nlorlnj to t nomln nomiat DomthIt t th the Hon HonDenis HonDni lionDeczii
of Watortown Watortownto
Denis Onrien O Democrat
Dni rM Docmt Jud of the theCourt theCu theCourt
to another aother tenn as a Associate Aociato Judge e
Court of Appeals rhe Democratic Dmocratc State StatoCommittee Slatt SlattComll StateComnniittee
Committee Comll at Albany ba nominated Judge JudgeOBrien Ju JudgeOlhrien Jt JtODrll1
OBrien ODrll1 on 0 Saturday Hturdy It I has 1 not been beenunusual beIIunusual 11 11uuua
unusual uuua Itf off of yearn fI for the thl Democrat Democratand Democrat DemocratlU Dernocrabiand
and lU the Republicans Hepublcans to get t together to ethfr on a anomination anominaton anomination
nomination of this kind especially tpMiU when whentho whll whllthe whenthe
nominaton the two portion Ilrtt as 1 represented by y politi politicians plt pltclanl politiclans ¬
clans clanl lawyers lawI and ad ktatcsmenunitoon ttateBI btatesntefl I unlo tiiiito on the thocapabilities thucapbltl thecapabilities
capabilities capbltl and ald character chnracer of such Iuch a man as asJudge 1 1Judge autJudge
Judge OBrien OBrienIt OBrienI
It I was Wi not thought thoulht last Ilt night nljht that tho thorepublican thoDelulc theIlCPUlliCZfl
republican Delulc m State Committee Commltl will wi have any anyfurther anyfurher anyfurther
further furher business bulmso today to todtL and Uld yet d there ther were weresuggestions Wlreu weresmiggesthotis
suggestions u glstioIR to the effect tftt that ooine Iome Ilepub Ilepublicann RepubIcal Iteimbhenna
henna tHpecially leilly those thotl favorable rvorble to Gov GovOdoll Go GoOdol OovOdoll
Odoll Ical and ald hi h hilo administration believed blevcd that thatthe thattho thatthe
the Odol committee cltlth should Ihoulu adopt a opt a resolution resolutionsustaining rlolulon rlolulonlustaillj reiolutionaustaining
sustaining the Governors Oowrorl advocacy Idoc of the theUOlOOOOOO
lustaillj UOlOOOOOO 1101 canal clnal amendment to be b voted votedfor votedror votedfor
for this thi full fullIf fallIf
If utter candor or is II worth orth anything an tblng at ata ata ata
a time Hmt J utlr like lle thin th Ian it should fhould houldbe be b said that those thosewho thOe thOewho thosewho
who suggested luglted that the committeemight committeemightadopt commltteemihtadopt omn Htmllht Htmllhtallopt
adopt a resolution of this tlS kind knd winktd winktdtime wlJkd wlJkdthe winMedthe
the IlC left eye Ild and thoujht thought It would 0 be 1 a good goodtirtie od odtime
time to make mischief The Governor Governorhas Covemnorhas ovemor ovemorhl
has hl recently rcnty made some lome moro mor orl or oriess If w pointf pointfspeeches pinttd pinttd811cl pointed pointedspeeches
speeches favoring the tlllrOpOcd proposed 101000000 101000000ouial 101000000cuthal
811cl ouial clm appropriation opploprlaton faOrIF but it t was WI the opinion opinionof opiliol opiliolor
of Kepublleni ut the Fifth Fifh Avenue Hotel Hotellust HotdIa HotelIat
lust Ia t Hepulll1 night that tholnny any lt proposition to toiltrodlc toiltrodlcIrfollton introduce introducea introducearecuolution
a resolution Irfollton on the canal canallubject subject this thl morn mornIng momInp wornlog
log will wi be 1 frowned frownld upon uponSome uponSorno i iRome
Some Republicans said Flid the thl State com commit corninlttce ¬ I
mit lillO inlttce too chould thould Itl11lcnl also take up the Assembly Assemblymuddle AHmhly AHmhlymuddle Assemblymuddle
muddle in tho Fulton Fultn and Hamilton Hamiton dis district di dstrict ¬
trict Frank rank Wood has been hl nominated nominate by byI byHepr byltiprcuemitative
I Kepresentative Hepr trit Woo Liltauers friends frlendl The TheRepublican Tho1lpuhlcan8 Thinhiepublkans
Republican entatv who Lilaur deprecate tho methods methodsused methodl methodlustd meet hiods hiodsused
used ustd 1lpuhlcan8 to nominate Mr Wood have renoml renomlnated nomi nomilaled rcinomlnated
nated laled Clarence Clareno W Vi Smith Smih of Johnston Jolinstonby Johnstonby Johmstonby
by petition petitionA
petiton petitonA
A scandal lixw 1l been precipitated prlcpitalll in tho thodistrict thodIolric thelistrict I
district dIolric by the nomination nominton of Mr Woo ood ioodand oodand I
and ali columns upon columns clumns latin 1m YO been beenl beenprnted becitjrintetl
l printed prnted in il the Republican lwpublcan newspapers of ofiloversvillo ofoervllo ofloversvillo
iloversvillo oervllo and Johnstown telling tllng how Mr MrWoods Mroodt Mrootis
Woods oodt ootis nomination nominaton was wal brought brou ht about aboutTho aboutTho aboutThe
Tho followers of Assemblyman AtHelhlyman Smith mlth have liaveIssued ha haveIsstied e eiNlel
Issued iNlel folowf1 a document doulent to the voters oter of Fulton Fultonand ultonand lon lonand
and Hamilton Hamiton proclaiming that Mr Wood Woodwas ood oodwas
was wal nominated nomlllted by methods ltho s which should nhouldnot MhoUldnot
not b bt be recognized regnized by substantial subiiantal and con consistent cn conshstemit ¬
sistent silten Republicans and calling clng Uiion uIJon tho thovoters thoOtlI theoteri4
voters OtlI t of Uellblcn thai t I district distict to reelect re let Mr Smith SmithThe SmithThe cmltb cmltbThe
brought about aboutby aboutbr aboutby
The Wood ood nomination nom ilaton was wa
by Representative Llttauer Lltluer who now in insists Insists Insists ¬
sists nlpresenttvc upon a ronomination rnominatlon to Congress Congre for forthe furtho forthe
the Twentysecond ffHtscnnd district llltrct It was the thaopinion theopinion theO1ifliOfl
opinion of Republicans Hepublol last night that thatRepresentative thatHepresentltvo thatllepresentittivo
Representative Littnuer Litaulr In demanding a arenoininatlon arpnomlnatlon arenocitinatlomi I
renoininatlon Hepresentltvo for Congress Congrss and in advocat advocating alhoet alhoetIn advoentlag ¬
lag In tho Wood nomination 10mluUon for Assembly AssemblyLs
Ls l l having a lot of fun with ith himself himselfTRY himslf himslfTl himselfTItI
A Sew Soscestlon Soc eston for the Mayoralty 1oraIY Urged Lrcedon trsed trsedon
on Leader Murphy MurphyLeader MurphyLeader urph urphLlndir
Leader Llndir Charltw Charl F J Murphy of Tammany Tammanyreturned TammanyreI Tamnianyreturned
returned reI ur to town from Saratogp Sarato yester yesterday Ylter Ylteray yesterday ¬
day ay aftciroon neloon and Id told hid hi friends freudi that thatJames thatJIUl thatJames
James JIUl Shovlln Shevln who with wih Senator Patrick PatrickHenry PatrickHelry Patrickflenry
Henry McCurrcn 11eCuren represents rpprrlltl the Demo Democratio Demoertio Democratie
cratio ertio wishc of Hugh McLaughlin McLaughln will willbe wi willbe
be In town for good goo within a few days daysMr ays aysrr 1 1Mr
Mr rr Murphy luphy did not care to talk very verymuch verymuch verymuch
much about the situation Iituatol Representa Representative Heprltentatlvo ¬
tive George B McClellan lcCIlal who has ha been beenhighly ben benhi beenhighly
highly hi hly ipoken PUkll of by Mr Ir Murphy as l a rain raindimite C ctndumb I
dumb diult lor I or Mayor Ioor will wi bo 10 liomo within withina llthll llthlla
a week It Was ms known last hi lt night how however ImweWI however ¬
ever that I Mr Murphy heard a great deal dealwhile dell dellwhlo dealwhim
while whlo in Saratoga Sarto 1 about the tht availability availabilityof nmiablity nmiablityof
of Augustus Van V1 Wyck of Brooklyn Hrollrl an at a apossible aposihlo apossible
possible candidate for r r Mayor MayorIt MayorI
It has been bll understood Ildrltd all ni along that thatManhattan tbntMunhatAn thatManhattan
Manhattan MunhatAn I wctild wIuld furnish rurlh tho Democratic Democraticcandidate Droemtic Droemticclndldat Democraticcandidate
candidate clndldat for Mayor and ald there is no reason reasonvet nllon nllont reasonyst
vet t bo it watt averred 1 verllast last night to change changethis chngo chngoihi changothis
this ihi > b opinion even though Mr Ir Murphy urhy h had hadhnl hadhard d dhurd
hard ft r great deal dl11 about abut the capabilities capabilitiesof lupnblles lupnbllesof
of Augustus tu Van Wyck WyckIt W cl clIt
It AUiu la l lenii > en jxiinted 1lnt d out Oit to Mr rr Murphy Murphythat Murphythat
that Mr lr Vim Wyck WJck yck when whel he lit resigned tsigned as a aSupremo I aSliprimno
Supremo SIrlo Court Cour Justice Juetle in 189S to take ta e the thonomination 110 1101IIInalion theiuonitnation
nomination 1IIInalion for Governor Govror made a sacrifice sacrificeto Factlco
to his hil partv iartv which calls alH for some HOmE recom recompense recompCnBf mecoicthC050 ¬
pense pCnBf should lou1d Mr Ir Van Wyck ycl desire such suchrecompense suchreorpcnIP uchireeompens
recompense recompenseIn reorpcnIP reorpcnIPIn In i lint fight f ° ht Mr lr Vnn Vim Wyck wns beaten by byTheodora hyheolloro bylhicouiore
Theodora Roosevelt no utlt by 17000 1700 voles ol nnd re returned r rlma returcch ¬
turned lma to his hil law practice prclie Mr lr Murphy Murphyliotnl ulurphyltettI Iurphyhord
liotnl nbo about Ihoutl Iho I ho popularity jlJllarity of Mr Ir Van VanWytk YnnI VitmiVyt
Wytk Vyt I k in Brooklyn Ircolyn pedal mention 11IIIIon being beingiiiiide bln blnInif beingtritohr
iiiiide Inif of Mr Ir Van Vil tii Wycks Wycl1 vote 01 there when whenlie WhOl whenhue
lie cnrritd tlritd Kings county over Roosevelt UooleYlt by by18HS2 b bS bylStS2
18HS2 S S2 plurality pluralityIt plurallY plurallYIt
It was pointed out ut to Mr Ir Murphy Iurplw more moredverthnt moroIvl moreevertiint
dverthnt Ivl > rthat in the Gubernatorial Glbtrntorial fight f ht between betwictStnnehfield wtwfen wtwfenSI betweenSt
Stnnehfield SI nllhfeld arid a11 Odoll Odel in 1000 10 Stanchfield Stanchfieldduly Htnnchfeld Htnnchfeldtnly Stanchfleidcii
duly tnly cii bout Odell Ollel ill II Kings county by 2305 2305plurality 2IiS 2IiSph1rll 255plitrahiiy
plurality ph1rll It I wns W1 nlso 110 recalled recaled that in inIn02
1902 Coler itr r beat Odell Odel in Kings Kngs by 20514 20514Mr 201 20314Mr
Mr Ir Murphy heard hlnrl other things thin about aboutAugUftiiH ahoutAU aboutAtgusttuu4
AugUftiiH AU UFt Van Wyck Wyckhnw how ho voted otfd nt ntKansas ntJln atKmruaas
Kansas UM City Ciy in 1JJOO wo nn nf Xew Yorks member memberof
of Jln the th Committ Commi ht Hi on Resolutions llolutom against ngaiiwtSir againstMr gaiuHtMr
Sir Mr lirynnfl lnan demand demanc for a specific Pcifc declara declaration dclar heclarathou ¬
thou in ili favor of if free fnl silver flver and how Mr MrVan MrVan rr rrVn
Van lon Wyck engineered engineelt the fight fght with ith other otherDemocrats othnrnmmmtl otherDeniorata
Democrats nmmmtl so fO that Mr rr Bryan Br al only won In Inthe Inll inthe
the Committee COllltee on Resolutions H solltonK by b > a I vote oto of
20 ll to 21 the tle deciding decding vote otl being hinp cast CIKt by byPrince byPril byPrince
Prince Pril e David of Hawaii Hllal aTcrritory a Terrior which whichhad whichhlli whichhad
had hlli had no vote yol in II the th electoral college collegeIt colege colegeI
It I is i ii well wel known that Mr Murphy is i most mostpartial mostprlal meatpartial
partial to the nomination nominaton of George Oeorle B BMeCJellnn iiMcClellan
prlal MeCJellnn for Mayor taor but it is l bellowed hdioodthat bellowedthat > cliovodthat
that he is also nko aware of the opposition oppsiton to toMr torr toMr
Mr rr McClellan Met IcClelln tehlan and that a I good ood many manyBrooklyn manyBrooklyn manyIhmoruklyn
Brooklyn Democrats of influence Inuln believe believethat bleo bleothat believethat
that the 111 best lt way out of tho muddle is to tonominate tonominalo tononninato
nominate Augustus Van Wyck At least leastthat JEa8t JEa8tthut leastthat
that thut is the latest lalst current suggestion SUPJIHtion and it ItI Itis
is I printed irinteii for what whlt it is worth wortliHALLS worthIlUV1 worthILtLIS
Mercl Merely 1rI Verbal rhalWaR Wns Forced rort Upon the theSenator thelatCrM theSviatorl
Senator latCrM by h the Administration AdministrationWILMINGTON Admlnl AdmmtnbctrallmnW1LiIN0TON trtun trtunWumNOTOS
WILMINGTON Del Sept 7 iInterl iInterlIn Interest InterestIn
In the removal rlloval of Miss Mis Todd To d from fro the post postoffice pOltolco postoihico
office olco nt Greenwood Sussex UKlex county connt Is Isintensified II isintensified
intensified intensted by the 1 statement tatelent by Senator SenatorHall SenatorHal SenatorBali
Hall Hal that Ilat there was wal no signed agreement agreementbetween agrn1nt agrn1nthl agrteinintbetwecri
between hl 1 wcen him and ald Senator Snntor Alice Alu as a to the thedistribution theUtlrbuton thedistributIon
distribution Utlrbuton of Federal Flderl patronage patroluju in his I thisState hisState bl blRlnll
State Rlnll That there was wa an al agreement is isnot il ilrIt ismutt
not rIt denied and Ind it was WI to the effect that thatSenator llat llatSenator thatSenator
Senator Ball Dal waa Wlto to have the lie appointments appointmentsfor appolntmentl
for New Guile CI lo county and Senator mator Alice Alicethose Alee AleetlllBt Alicethmosi
those tlllBt for Kent and Sussex SussexSenator SlsHex SlsHexSenator SmnsoxSenator
Senator Alice Alco said 61Id that this thll thii agreement agreementwas
was in mado ILdo in writing wiling and Ind signed I nd by both bothcontracting bothcontretng bothcontracting
contracting contretng parties putlS Senator Ball Dl says saysthat eya eyathlt saystlucut
there signed Re Replying Hoplying Itopiyinig
that thlt was IU no Iigmd agreement a re melt ¬
plying to Senator Snntor Alices Ale1 assertion that thatthere thlt thlttl1 thatthere
there tl1 wail Wil n signed agreement urreen1nt Senator SenatorBall Snnlor SnnlorHal SenatorIkmll
Ball Hal said todnjv todnjvAfter toda todaJflfr todn3Jjter
After Jflfr flue lln election electon Senator Snntor Allen AIo and lud ludWlre I Iwere Iwere
were in il Washington w11111on arid urll oflicnrs olkorr of the tl Ad Administration Admllllratlon Administration ¬
ministration mllllratlon forced forJ us Uf to como Ol to an agree agreement a agreeniiit rll ¬
ment Illt about tho tlu Federal Fdell appointments appointmentsWo nppolll appoint 1t11 canals canalsmsn
Wo 0 hnd Jild a verbal rbnl understanding undmtlndln that tllt the therecoimiiondiitioriM t thereconcmcuondcmtionis
recoimiiondiitioriM reconllondltonO of Senator natol Allen Alen us ni to totho tothu
tho 1111 filling fln of Federal vacancies aparlI1 In Kent Kentand Klt KltInc Icecutilium
and Inc ilium I Snsnex Si usex counties coulllpl roll mit lea should Ih01111 Ix JJ I 14 accepted acceptedby 1lpt11by itiiJut t tby
by hue II I Administration AdllniHlraton Ad mnitnist rat ion and Ind that my lecom lecomniemlation IC IC11ndnliol i ccciiinunmtchit
niemlation 11ndnliol nunmtchit ion for filling mlng 11 I hug the cmne iii 1n mute kind or va vacancies vaii I ¬
cancies lIIW ii II 1S M in New Nt v Custlu Clllit i1st a county should Ihould bo boIjiveti hI biigi
gi Ijiveti ni tho tl to sumo Inul aim nun treatment 1I1111lt but I ait there tler wad wadnever WOo Ma MaJtcer
never ri written writ ri tel ten agreement Igrrmelt signed si led by me meThi m citeThijs
Thi Thijs 11 did not Irlvllo jrrsimio nrevidofor for thin creating erlatnj of ofvnoanrios otvaanlti ofvaennios
vnoanrios vaanlti in eltlfer eit fr of tho tlt tlu three threl counties countiesbut 1lntlf countiesbut
but bJ was made solely ollly In regard regai an il to t the te filling fillingof flnj
of vacancies vwlndfI mndp by II tlio tfu expiration eAplrton of ofterms oftrli ofluimmis
terms trli or by diatli diatliHOIMVS cluui ull ullIOltS I 1 t tIIOhI1
Carelalier Carelallr llnmiil Inrll In 1 Trying to Put Out OutiirUIn OutOlrtaln
mirIam < Illun Ih171 lilia 71 still Mill h 1 Ill bile IllrAnnlo Ir IrAnnll bileAnnie
Annie Annll Curloy tlm U lii twentyllvnyparoM twentyllvnyparoMdaughter twentyIIYllrol twentyIIYllroltlughter t weityihviuyearoliihim
daughter tlughter ihim ngliter of thn th rurelnker lut11110r ureta tier In thin tlo old Jfimiw JfimiwGordon JIIWH JIIWHJor Jamuutshurdon
Gordon Jor on Bennett Blnnott house houl nt lt IWth H th street ftr lt and nndFort In InFoL andFort
Fort Wanliiiigton alhhilon road was J ho badly burned burnedlast hurndInHI burnedlast
last InHI night that nho HIj iio In I dying dyil In II the III J J J Hood HoodWright lolu loluWrKh hoodWright
Wright WrKh Hospital HospitalTno 10lpllnl hospitalii
Tno ii i to woouin WIJUI WIIH WIH currying lrryll im rryiiig u litthtod ljhIOI hghit nil lamp lampm Ilnp Ilnpnpolllr 11111 11111Iti
m npolllr Iti iel airs and Ind S nil a I eurtiln lnfl111 on thu lill b beld bsoiil md Moor Moorbiow 1001 lieuIuuuw
biow hlw aenwM nliJ tlio 111 I iut inp 11 I of jr it t an 11 I muxht I 11 lint lintSlie lin tireStii
HI Slie iriixl Ird i to II tUt II out ut nn 111 IIII I li Ir Iur r clitliin clitliinruiiglit lotU1 1iutIu 1iutIutu
tu ruiiglit lllgit tight Her I lie tullier 10 I If nnd ld sister r wrujipml wrujipmlher ruhieIilien
her In J u blanket hllliWI und ci iui throw IIIOW I Jim ow IIalr we rul tir > r 11110 on iu n her herbut Ipr Iprbut herbut
but sha lu Iu wo WI was Morioiulv Irl1ly burned bed before 1fofl Ihu IhuffijtfjJJM tiu tiud1 tim timli4uaeib
d1 li4uaeib wm qxtiiWcd qxtiiWcdC nIWd
n C 4 ffijtfjJJM
Men MII Out MUlnc Ulc Find nd a Floating 1lnatnc Spar NpmrAltaehed SparAttached pr prAtaehe
Attached Ataehe to a Sunken Hunkll WrecU rlck reekMoop reekMooptaptala Sloop Sloopplain lop loptaptaln
taptaln plain Think 1Jnkl a lug Is Schooner looOIU llai llaiBeen nai nain U UIktn
Been n Wrecked Wrlte Near Nlar WadlnK 1dlnl Hlvrr Inr h er L I ITORT IIORT IloaT
TORT JKFKEKSOK J KPFERfX L I I 1 Sept Hpt 7 7The 7Thebodies The Thebodies he hebdle
bodies bdle of eight men mel apparently apparenty those thOo of ofBailors ofBaior ofsailor
sailor Baior from frm some le l 10at boat > oat lost 10t in tho Sound Soundhave Sund SundbaY8 Soundimave
have floated foate ashore Ihol on tho Long Ln Island Islandcoont IslUld IslUldCRt islandcoast
coast CRt between betln this thi place plo and ad Wading WadlnJ Itlver Itlversince 1ver 1verelC Itiversince
since elC Saturday Stuniy Two o of the bodies bol are urethose aretlle arethose
those tlle of negroes net r Tho first frt one was re recovered recnld recovered ¬
covered cnld on Saturday Saturdy afternoon fteroon at Belo BellaTcrru DloTerre BeloTerru
Terre It Is I that of a largo and and powerful powerfulman Jowlrul Jowlrulman
man clod cad in oilskins olkinl Them Ther wan wal nothing nothingin
in the pockets pcketl except Ixcpt Homo Hmo buttons butols and andf
f 11 12 1 which hlcb had been bn sewed IWl Into to one ole of tho thopockets thopockol thepockets
pockets pocketsThree pockol pocketsThree
Three fn bodied bdle have since ine lx Iln been > en found at atVardenclifTe atWardencio atWardenchifte
VardenclifTe three VadiiiR River Riverund RIverminti
Wardencio tbre near nea Wadll vr vrad
und ad another aother at Belle Dlo Terre Tero All Al of the thabodies thebdie thebodies
bodies bdie had to be buried burld immediately mmedlatlly after afterbeing afterbeig afterbeing
being beig viewed by Justice JIIlc Hawkins HawkinsIt HnwklnIt
It van I at first 1t supposed suppos that they coma comafrom ce cerrm cainefront
from rrm tho PchoonerH choonel wrecked wreke on 01 Aug 25 25but 25but 2 2but
but It I Is I now believed beleved that they floated foat In Infrom Infrom Infrom
from a wreck wrck which has not been een reported reportedStony reprted reprtedStony reportedStony
Stony Brook Drok reports rprl that in the Sound Soundabout Sund Sundabout Soundabout
about three thre miles lie off or Crane Crae Neck Point Pointthere Pointthero Pointthere
there Is a sunken suken wreck wrck which does not notseem notReem notseem
seem to t have been reported repored The Th wreck wrecklies wreckIk wreckhiets
lies Ik in such a position positon that under the thoprevailing thepruvailng thepmovailing
prevailing pruvailng winds wl bodies bodl would be likely likelyto lkely lkelyt
to t float foat ashore nhore from from it to this thi section sectionOn scton sctonOn sectionon
On Friday Fri ay afternoon ateroon Edward Jwld Davis and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two other young men while whie out sailing sailingsaw solng i iI
saw ft I floating Iloalng spar with wih a piece ploo of old oldsail oldl oldsail
sail l attached atahed to it They iThlY tried to nave navea Ia Iaa
a couple cuple of blocks on the spar and found foundthat roundthat foundthat
that it was W31 held to the bottom bOI tUI by by a sheet sheetThe sheetThe
The spar was i O aui broken in several selral places place so sothe I sothe
the young men len took the tip tp of it wine wineof 110 110of someof
of tho sail i hoops hop and some Hme of the blocks blocksand blocksand blocksand
and brought brught them ashore II loro They saw NIWthat IIW IIWtbat sawthat
that the rest rCt of the spar 6pa with the sail anilwas sailwas ai
was Wi left fast to the t he wreck wreckLater wruk wrukLter wreckLater
Later Lter in tho day Cnpt Clpt Hawkins of the thesloop the810p thesloop
sloop 810p Santa Maria Marl came upon upn the floating floatingspar foating foatingspar floatingspar
spar and sail He says that judging from fromall rrm rrmal fromall
all al ho could BOO le tho vessel eSI was probably probablya proba ly lyB
a threemasted threrOted schooner shooner of from 700 7 to
000 0 tons She lies lcs in il about abut 75 feet of water waterThere walerTlllro waterThere
There Tlllro is no mark Ilk on any of the t hlngs hln afloat afloatto afoat afoatto
to indicate the name of tho vessel yelHtI and noth nothing nothiIng othIn ¬
ing In ha hlJ has drifted drttlo ashore oshoret ashoreso m > far as lS known that thatindicates thatindicatO thatlndicatem
indicates indicatO a wreck wruk at that point pointJUMPS pint pintJUJIS poIntJUuls
Prisoner J on r Just Out of Ilcllcvuc nllme Kill lil Him Himself 1m 1m8eltFllnds himeIFriends ¬
8eltFllnds self eIFriends Friends lllamc lalo the Hospital HospitalThe 10811Ual 10811UalThe hboumpitalThe
The friend frelL1 of Charles Charlel Binning Brin a I bar bartender bartlder bartender ¬
tender tlder who was wal ground to death by on onolovated a anelevated
elevated railroad riroad train trin at Fiftyninth Fiftyninthstreet Flfynlnth Flfynlnthttrct Fiftyninthstreet
street ttrct and Third hid avenue acluo yesterday said saidlast saIdIIt saidlast
last IIt night that they wore WOIO going goinl to demand demandan demandIn
an In investigation Ilvcftlgatol an I to why h ho was wasallowed wu wosallowed
allowed I10wld to leave leave Bellevue Blleue Hospital HOljJial when whenas whena
as a they say ho was wu in such n state Itat that it itwas Itwas
was 1 unsafe unfafo to allow alow him him outside that in institution il institutlon ¬
stitution Ituton ItutonAcordin stitutlonAccording stitutionAccording
According Acordin to Bnmings Drlil friends frends he went wentto wlnt wentto I
to Ills homeat ham at 741 East I n t 148th 1811 street on 01 thin thnnlplit thinnIght
nIght nlg1 of Aug 30 budding from the parK enrsand parKand earsand I
and told his hlt wifo that he he had been Band Bandbagged fnd fndbl sandliagged
bagged bl pd Ho lu soon Ioon complained lorplolned of very verywere veryOVeiC lry
were Hle pains palll in his hli head IJld mid Ind said ai that it itwas ItWM itwin
was hard to think thinkLost thinkLt thinkLast
Lost Lt Thursday Tlurdav ho stabbed tab d himself Illrse with withan withan withart
an icepick Tho Tl wound wOlnd lie 11 intrude mid was Wa not notof notof notof
of much account aCClHt but blt ht II > was WIR wastaknni taken to Belle UrlluVUP 1le 1leP BelleiuP
VUP P n prisoner ploner on the tl charge harpe of attempted attemptedsuicide atnrnptld atnrnptld8U attenmihitetisuIcide
suicide 8U Idd His friends went to the hospital hospitaland llO hospitaland pital pitalIlnd
and tried to convince ccrivince thin doctors that thatthe tlmttIll thattime
the blow which ho had received on tlio tliohead tJlOhad thtobead
head had affected his brain and they asked askedtho I18kldtho askedthe
tho doctors to make an Xray examination examinationIt
It does dOl d not appear that this was dome donnThey dOlloJ111V domelucy I
They paid BHO also 10 that It would be unsafe unsafefor unflfffel unsafefcc
for him to be taken away nWl from the hospital hospitalThe hORpitll1The hospitalThe
The hospital authorities notified the theAlexander theAlexmder theAlexander
Alexander avenue police yesterday morn morning momIn mornIng ¬
ing In that he was wa well 111 enough tnoll h to appear appearin
in court Policeman Brady Brad who had hadnrrfsled Itodarrplilcd hadarrested I
arrested Pruning Thursday hllrlida took < him to totho toIho tothe
the elevated station at Third avenue and andTwentythird andlwenlvthinllilrelt andTwentythird
Twentythird lwenlvthinllilrelt lwenlvthinllilreltAt street streetAt streetAt
At Fiftyninth street ho rushed out of ofthu oftht ofthe
the train followed by Brady lIrul1 Bnming Bnmingwas
was n mini of if unusual siw mid strength strengthnnd strengthamid trfn th thnnd
nnd amid Brady Vnd extreme orllII difficulty dimct in quiet quieting qulilIn quIetlag ¬
lag In him Just an 1 the next northliound northlioundtrain 1I0rlhbollndtrain tiorthibotintitrain
train came alone 11l011 tho tht prisoner mode a cud sudden IIlIdden cudden ¬
den rush for the th track Tho policeman policemanwas policelllnnI I
was dragged along lon but grasped one on of ofthe orthe ofthe
the pillars that t support the platform roof roofbarely roorbllrh roofbare1y
barely In time to save himself Brunlng Brunlngi
i threw hjmwlf on the track and was run runl nll1Oyer runover
l over before the motorman could check checkthe checkthe cheekthe
the trains speed speedA
A part of tho labor parade was passing passingthrough pllRRlnpthrouth passIngthrough
through Fiftyninth street shortly after afterthe afterthfl afterthe
the accident occurred and was thrown throwninto thlOwninto throwninto
into confusion fill fUR fusIon ion by h the sight fli ht of Brunnigs Brunnigsbody Bomumigshodv
body 10111 as 0 It hung hI 111 I suspended from the ties tiesTrains tie tieTraIns ties1ranui
Trains were blocked for half an hour Tho Thomotorman Thomotonnan Themotorman
motorman William 1II1all1 Morris lorri of 1557 Madison Madisonavenue IlodbonIIvenuo Madisoniiveniio
avenue was arrested t1rre lel but was later chic disclinrtred dl dlcharJllll chiccharred
clinrtred The police called it a case of ofBiiiclde oflIulcide ofsuicide
Biiiclde BiiicldeTHE lIulcideTII suicideTIlE
THE TII VISITING EAGLE CAVUUTf CAVUUTfChambermaid CAtGUTrbamllermald CA GU TI TIChamlernmaid
Chambermaid Who iio Was nobbed Has HasMan a a11I1l aMan
Man 11I1l Arrested rrlstldUore More Complaints ComplaintsTho
Tho Tenderloin police think they havo havocaptured havoeIlpturpd havecaptured
captured tho visiting vlsllin Eagle who recently recentlydrugged recentlydMllge recentlydrugged
drugged a maid employed nt t thu Waldorf WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoria
Astoria and robbed her of 487 worth of ofjewelry ofjewelry ofjewelry
jewelry His description fits that given givenby givenby ipn ipnIi
by Ii two other women who became informally informallyacquainted inforllllllyacquaillted informallyacqualnited
acquainted with the man and were similarly similarlytreated IIlmllarlytrcated similarlytreated
treated treatedAnna trcatednna treatedAmina
Anna nna Hallbort was the WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoriamiiid I Imui
miiid mui who was robbed She has lost her bierjob
job jol Last I 1Bt night tlm called at the Tender Tenderlon TenderIn lcniderlon I
lon In station find had u talk with the plain plainclothes pllllndothtslllen plainclethuss
clothes dothtslllen men who told tol her to walk out ahead aheadof
of them She went up Broadway I1ro1dwlI and at attho atthe attime
the Metropolitan Opera House loU stepped steppedup
lii up to a man and spoke to him Ho started startedto
to run nnd the detectives pounced on him himAt himAt ItimmiAt
At tho statIon ho said lie was Harry Wil Wilson Wilon Wiison ¬
son on arid Till lived in Fortyeighth street In Intme InI Iraumso
tme I > to of his pockets was a fourouncn bottle bottloof
of choral arid in another a 22cnllhru 22cu llhr re revolver I Iolnr revolver ¬
volver In his hat wiw a pnwnticket for fora
a a diamond ringou rln oll which ho had got 1100 1100Letters 1160Letllrll 160 160Letters
Letters in his pockets were adurcnned to toD ton toD
D J Kiluey 414 Jackson Building Chicago Chicagoand C11lcagoant ChIcagoand
and to tho name name at tho Hotel Metro Metropole Metropole lellOloll
pole The police learned that ho had u uroom iiroonti
room In that hotel whero ho lived with ith u uwoman IwOlllnn awemnnLn
woman whom ho brought hero hici from thu thuSaratoga thuSarutoln timSaratoga
Saratoga racetrack racetrackThu rae1tra meet rack rackThe < k kTit
The Tit other two women who say Ill they were wererobbed weroroliho wererobbed
robbed roliho 1 are Dora Havens who iuo was robbed robbedof
of It Sinodlamotid ring rln and t SjJ iu > in cash anal nmlHowie I1IlflIkAAle anallieuisle
Howie Ward who was robbed of u pair of ofdiamond oflIlnllloud ofcliiunoud
diamond earrings Iorrln II f 225diainond 2i > ring and andIr antisir
sir 11 in cash cashTho clllhTho cashllia
Tho police went ll1t totho prisoners room roomnt 100111lit ioiiniiat
nt the Metropolu and found thorn the a young YOllngwmnun youngliniafl youngwoman
woman who said she Rh was Bella Nightingale Nightingaleu
u Canadian < who lund must him in Saratoga Sammifijgutwo SaratogaI
I two wo wifkH ago She says HIIII HIH shin thought ho howan hIWltli litwits
wan a bookmaker Sho Hh was arrented w u ususpicion IIlIu asuMniCiOtis
suspicion lIu pillou person personThey Jlel1on1111r hiersoniihiny
They found fouu cii I in his hi room room wivenil anverui I puwn puwntickets 1uwntckotll pa semi semit
tickets t leket a and a ui m i tho half liii If of n bucklo till tI u otlier otlierbrilf otllrIlIIlf ot I icr icrI
brilf I alt of which Mm I liu police say one of hi hivictims hlH I Is Isvietirmis
victims has hma At t the Metropoln he II hind hit thuIOJlUtlltOIl lIeurehtIt hitreputation
reputation rehtIt atlont of being heill a lib IiIJ1II1 I iliemim rul I Hpender HpenderirOVT HJlIIIItrlJf srmridrflOT
irOVT IIAVi 11 It 11 AXTlJIHYAX tT Ililli A MAX MAXlUdlcil nYnulral IA IAhlailleal
lUdlcil lliiiiiicralu mil 111 Nominate a Ian llanof Ianof
of 1 Tlmlr Own ChIllI If Murphy Wont Ollt Agree Agreejkuo ftte ftteTho rrrlrho
Tho Radical Domocracy of Brooklyn Brooklynof
of o if which Coroner Flaherty in tho luudur luudurluis IWlderIIIJII lujinIetIumus
luis duildoil dud Iud I to t mm mako an ci ii empliiitle pmph cm lilmat tl Ic kick kickugalniit ii ick ickit
ugalniit it ga inst tlio 11 iti bcliictljii of arm untiDrynii untiDryniiIimocr ulltiJrYlluJlillJIJcrul uliti liryi ci ciJinitoerimt
Iimocr t 114 II thu cundldatu for Muyor MuyorA tayo tayoA 14 01 01A I
A committoK of f JtidlcnU will wllll1lllk rnakx an unllAld unllAld11II onlcl onlclinl ijflcliiil
inl call on Churlus V I Murnhy thin leader leaderof
of Tiimnuiny in u few days und notify
him hIm that if u Cleveland IJomocint bo put putlit putlit putmit
lit tho Lii head hl < of the ticket tint thu Bryan men menwill InllllwjJI mime mimewjl
will wjl I jilaiD an mm Indupniulent i niulifmemi lmmt caiiilidalo to in intil Intl1u Iiithe
til the fluid fluidTh IIlJldThu flaillIt
Th Thu Itudkinln I havH IIIV ha vs irulnllwl jll i ri4t lolld a I Is I ijKlini Jujct hi Wil William Willliimii 11 11HIII1I1 ¬
liam HIII1I1 1 iriyrnir nYIiII UN II llimr I liti lust clioioj hoie iinil are arewill arewmii
will to t o liuvc liii vt riciiviil tf1lvIIIII11I1ClIIlrUIJI fee I veI niwiirnnciH lissutra miccus from riuuim him himiliur hllllIlwl lilusiitamn
iliur li be wiiuiil < 1 to inript the IIr nomination nomina nonilnatlonumirr lion lionu
u IIJtlr c certlu rtlllu wnlllLlJII
Cermior Nat laturmt That Ddrial Ddrialliare Del DelIne DdegatIaye
liare WltMrawn Wlthdrt Fr From m Congr c cWAllmNoToN CeresWannmaTozt cf cfWABIIINQTON
WABIIINQTON Sept 1 1Dr Dr Hernia thi thiColombian the tbllColombLan theColombian
Colombian Cnargd Char dAffalrca who tel telgraphed tele teleraphed teheiraplied
graphed to the Governor of Panama o oBaturdajr on on8I1turday onSaturdaT
Baturdajr in regard to newspaper report reportthat reportthat reportsthat
that the Panama delegation dele < atlon in tho Coloiu Coloiublan Colol1lblan Coloniblan
blan ConKresa had withdrawn from Bogota Bogotgot Bogotagot Bogotagot
got this answer today todayPANAMA todayIAIAuASothlnlC to4y1AAizNothlng
PANAMA IAIAuASothlnlC Nothlnit Is known hero h rt regard regardIn regardlax
In lax withdrawal fromCongreiw Irom 00nrltSII of Panama Tanamadelecatlon Ianamadllclition PanamadelegatIon
delegatIon I have been Informed that thatHfiiutor thatollator thatSeiiitor
Hfiiutor Oboldla has been appointed Uovernor Uovernorand OOlrnornd Jovernormind
and nd ha Is I on uU way with Keprcsentativu KeprcsentativuKabreifa 1t11 IteiresentatlveFabrega rcseotaUvo rcseotaUvoIubrla >
Kabreifa KabreifaClttAS IubrlanIIAj FabregaCUI1A
The Itland More MoreIIealthfuI llralthrnl Than at An AnTime Any AnyTIme AnyThee
Time In It UI history HUtoryWASH IllIItoryW historyVAs1IioToN
WASH W VAs1IioToN A8 QTOK Sept 7 7Tile The sanitary sanitarymeasures 6IU11tl1ryme3IUteS sanitarymeasures
measures introduced in Cuba during the theAmerican theAmerican tImeAmerican
American military occupation have ha e been beencontinued betlnoontluuld beencontinued
continued and the Island asawholo asa wholo III now nowmore nowmore nowcaere
more healthful than at any time in Its his hUtory histor history
tory tor Minister Squient in a recent report reportsays reportSUYli reportsays
says saysIn In the District of Havana the death rate ratedecreased ratodecrllIiied ratedecreased
decreased In June to 400 against 448 in the theprticeding theplleedlng thepreceding
preceding thirty days and against t 540 in inJune inJWI6 InJuito
June of lost year and in the lowest figure figurefor figurefor figurefor
for the mouth of June ever er recorded in inHavana inHaIJlti litHavana
Havana as far back as reliable statistics statisticscon
con be obtained The whole island is free freefrom rreofrom freefrom
from smallpox and yellow eUow fever In many manyof IIIMYof manyof
of the provinces the death rate has been beento bfe11abnonnully beenabnormally
abnormally 10 low for the time or year owing owingto
to the unproved methods of sanitation sanitationXEWPOHT sanitationEnIOIIT sanitationEflIOliT
Society Soel ty People ople Compete CUIIII te for or Rlltlwn at atAnnual atAnnual atAnnual
Annual Exhibition ExhibitionNEWPORT FjtmlbltbenXEwroar blbillon blbillonSEWPORT
NEWPORT U L I Sept I pt 7 71he The seventh aevouthannual evellthIInllU1I1 seventhannual
annual Newport Horn Show was opened openedthis opelledthis opeimedthis
this afternoon nt thc Newport Casino and andnever unduer amidnever
never before bel ore has such a alille line display of horse horseflesh hor80ItllIh horauflesh ¬
flesh and such u withering of wealth and andfdhhlon andfnhhlllll andfashion
fdhhlon been seen before III this country countryin
in the open air it was u grand day for the theshow thllShOll timeshow
show being cool 001 and andait an hour hiourufter after the theolell theolellIng tliecpeimtag open opening ¬
ing it was Impossible to wet within tIme en enclosure imiclosure 11 11clollure ¬
closure Many Man of the society 60l1o1 people oide ap appeared npPltr tippeered ¬
peered Pltr in the ring themselves and drove droveor
or rode rodeas as the class might be beThe belhe bellie
The private boxes which are situated on onthe onthe onthe
the west side of tho th ring were filled to over overflowlnc overlOWrlg overfiowliig
flowlnc all of the society lodet leaden being pres present PIlIllIl present ¬
ent and umoni nlllOlllthuu those who entertained during duringthu durlnlltilt duringthe
tilt show were Mrs Perry Ierr Uulmont > Mrs MrsStuyvesnnt MraStIlYIt6nnt MrsStuyvemtmint
Stuyvesnnt Fish FI > b Mrs Alfred U Vanderbilt Vunderblltwho Vanderbiltwho underblltwho
who has us one on of her guests her mother motherMrs motlltrIIrli muotlarMrs
Mrs Frederic Neilson Mrs lrs 0 Ogdn den tills AlillsMrs ll1lslrH tillsMrs
Mrs lrH Philip Lydltr who had HH her guest guestMiss IluelMI guestMiss
Miss MI fI Alice Roosevelt Mrs IK Ogdeu Ooelet Ooeletilrs Ooeletolr OceletMrs
Mrs olr BurkeItoche who has several horses horsesIlowurd bOrKllIIn
In till show urknolllef and lrs 15 J I P APrnoehuo Tho Tho1I0wllrtl lkiehoward
howard Orchestra furnished the music and andthp andth amidthe
the th scene was one of life IIr und beauty beautyThe I1laut I1lautThe beautyThe
The show opened with the class for hunters huntersand buntcrsanl buntersand
and jumpers and Mrs Irs Thomas W V Pierce Piercewho PIrcho Piercewho
who ho fur two seasons bus been a feature with withnor willih withher
nor h her r jumpers repeated her triumphs today todaybut todILYbut todaybut
but her hunter did d d riot do well und she did not notcapture notcaptur notcapture
capture a < ribbon She was 118 the only woman womanto ivoimianto Olllllnto
to appear in thu clans < lI for hunters She iu iuon1 Ison iiior
on1 on of the th most fearless women crosscountry crosscountryriders crohScoullt crohScoulltriders crosscountryriders
riders In the country countryAmonir countryAmong OunttAmonlt
Among the society women to appear In Inthe IntllIJ Inthin
the riiitf were Mrs In BurkuKoche Mrs Irll J U M MOrosvenor Mtrosvenor 1 1OrOIlellor
Orosvenor Miss Marion Fish Miss lifl Cynthia CynthiaItoche Cynthia CIlIthlUoche CynthiaItocIte
Itoche and all were warmly w rmly applauded ap1 > lauded an anthoy Utitboy asthey
they passed In review of the lie boxes boxesIn box boxesIn s sIn
In class 27 7 for horses and victorias there therewan thprewall therewas
wan close Ilo e competition between tho two Van Aandvrbllt Vanderbilt an andrbllt
dvrbllt boys and much mu h to the surprise riurprl of all allMr allIlr tillMr
Mr Httrlnald JllClnll d VH runderbilt i l out > 111 lila imtV imtVAlfred brother LrotherAlfred brotherAlfred
Alfred out outIn outIn outIn
In the class for ladies victorias In which whichSir whichIr whichMrs
Sir Mrs Ir BurkeKoche drove her own team teat she shehiul shebutt
butt a L narrow escape llIpe from n rolllnloii The Thehorses fhohr Thehiorsu
horses hr I were lomvwIiRt excited and acid it ap appeared appllIrI apptimrt ¬
peared pllIrI as if they were more than she could couldmannee couldmannII couldtilanmuse
mannee In passing pa lnl the train she Khenurl shetacitly he henenrly
tacitly nurl ran into the t h team of K I D 1 Jordan Jordanand JordanIIl1d Jordanuamid
and had not the th latterjt team been reined In Inthem Intlltro ittttiarn
them would have been u collision Mrs MrsHurkflHoiliu tIr tIrBurkaHolll MrsBurkOItoebtu
HurkflHoiliu however bue er remained purfvctly purfvctlycool l porfectiycool urrtCIIcool
cool I IIrohlhl
Probably the special feature of tho after afternoon nlllrnoon afterTioomi ¬
noon was the clans for park teams There Therewere Therewrt itier itierwart
were three teams shown and they thl were driven drivenby lirl drIventheir vn vnb
by b their owners W V E Woodend W 1 11 11Slooro IIMoore IlMoore
Moore and W It Leeds all wellknown men menendowners macnnntmlowners
endowners of llnonorbis limo horses It took the judges judgeseome Jumdgessome
some timo to decide df cldo in this class and one 0110of UIIOor oneof
of the judges Mr Klves drove the Wood Woodend Woodnd Woodenuil
end nd team around the ring before the I he award awardwas IIlI1rdwas awuirdwas
was made Tho blue went to W H Moore MooreThe MooreTue IooreThe
The bl bIg events of the show will begin to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow as today was confined con lined largely to tothe totit
the tit novice claws clawsACCIDEXT c1 classesACC1IIXT a es esAI1T
Veteran Itlran Driver Thrown From Sulll Sulky at atUrand alCrand atGrand
Grand Circuit Meet MeetlUnTFnnn MeetlAwrmnnn ItltH
lUnTFnnn H nTFOnll COlin Sept 7 7Budd liudd Doblp Doblptip DoulpUI
tip UI biliind The Itoman In the th lust race nt nthartpr atCharter t tCharttr
Charter < Oak Park today lotln met with wit an acci accident cccldeiit ¬
dent that ut first seemed to hay > kuuclcrd kuuclcrdhim knock knockhim ktmoelcilimit
him out but lie was soon able to get up His Hishorse 1111borsA Ihf Ihfhorse
horse was lifted to Its feet and the only onl serious seriousInjury rlous
Injury was as to the sulky which was pretty prettywell ptltt lrettywell
well demolished Otherwise the tlrst day dayof 1111 1111of dayof
of the liriind Circuit meeting mPl1in was without withoutspecial withoutsll111i1 withoutsPecial
special Incident till favorites in the main maindoinx mtiainidoinw
doinx what was WI1 expected of them themit
it was 11 1 In the 210 trot that the accident accidentoccurred I1rcldpntoccurd accidentoccurred
occurred Caspian 1I 1llIn the favorite at the th stun stunhad sturlhud starthad
had not won a heat The Tit Itomnn haul two twoto
to his credit cr ult and Dr r Strong tronor hud taken two twoTlio two2m
Tlio 2m horqs bjrs came up for the fifth heat with withdarkness withdiirkmiess l1h l1hdurlullss
darkness nearly lIlarl upon them Near the half halfmile hulrmile ItalYmile
mile post The Honmn who was ns not In mm the tlmlean theINlet titiluul
lean was SCHII to go suddenly Bllddn into the ditch ditchwith dltlhwith ditchwith
with milky and driver It was wa asserted I rtoo by byDoblo br1I0bie by1oblo
Doblo that his horse had been interfered interferedwith Iutprlprlliwith iciterferetiwith
with but It Is thought that the accident was wascaused WIlSellusd wascaused
caused by the slipping of one of the shoes shoesThe sholIThl shoesThis
The judges decided thut the accident should ebouldhave sbouldhoye shouldhave
have be ben n avoided and Tho 1hoJtoman Roman was I1S de declared declartll dedared ¬
dared distanced Tho race wan unfInished unllnlahfdand unllnlshrdIInd unfInishedand
and goes over to tomorrow The attend attendance attndon attendancu ¬
ance on < today todll was about 10000 The veal weather wlalhrWilli weatherwtis her herwan
wan flat und the truck was regarded us In Insplendid InIIpleudld ci cisplendid
splendid condition condltioD2n
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After a battle that WAil Wa a double victory vlctorjrfor lctorTfor
for the ho home team was four down In the mornInlr morning morn mornIns
Ins the American golf player won the big bigmatch bhrmatch bignmiatchi
match of the season yesterday httdIlY by beating beatingtho batlnrrtho beatingthe
tho Oxford and Cambridge dolling Society Societyteam Macletyham Kodetyttam
team by live matches to four It was a aOne aOno aLine
One match taken takllIlJ1 an a whole In the morning morningthe
the KnglUh varsity man had the advantage advantageby
by nix Ix matches to four HI the home players playershud playershud playersbud
hud not shown up very well Travis our new newumutuur newamuwur newamateur
amateur champion was 1I11IIailainst against John L Low Lowwho Lowwbo Lowwho
who beat him taut week eok and he won a well wellplayed wellplaed wellplayed
played match scoring on the features that thatLow thatLow thtLow
Low Is famous In the short coma and put putting puttlnll putting ¬
ting Travis led his fields In the morning morninglid mornlnrrlIud morningamid
amid lid afternoon art < rnoon an example full of inspiration inspirationto
to tho rest and ho won finally by 7 up and audto 5 5to 5to
to play playTravU lay layTravta
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TIme 1b Englishmen led in the morning by 0 0matched IImstcbCl Smatches
matched to 4 and what helped IIhl greatly lfI aUy was wasthat wasthat 118 118thut
that Bramston wan WIl S up on Brokaw In the theiiftoruoon theItCltlUOII theutftenuoon
iiftoruoon after two extra bole Brokaw Brokawbeat Brokawbeat Brokmiwbetit
beat Urumgton but the latter latterwas was then Quito qultofainted QuitotllllllIi quitefagged
fainted out He has tea lung truoble and Is not notut ootut notlit
ut hU best b t after eighteen holes holesThe ho118The bobsThe
The nummary for the e morning was wasV wasw wastv
w V J Travis Iravl beat J 1 L LIuw 1 Low by J up up u N f Hunter Hunterbeat IIllDtrrblat Hunterbeat
beat I P S UoiiKlaa by 3 up T M Hunter beat be E Eil EilJrers M MHyer Nhyena
hyena bi br 2 up U 1 II llarne andP U Kelnhan all allsquare ailNlure allsquare
square J 1 A T r llranunon Uram loD beat O T 1 lirokaw by b 8 8up 1up 5Ut
up Ut 11 llevcrldre J verldre beat H C Kcan can by 1 up Blue BlueSmith DruceHrnllh Glueinnltli
Smith beat H 0 II Ellis by 0 up I W Leithart Leithartbeat Lealbartbral 1eatbartbeat
beat O I A Ormlilon by 8 up t U 1 > Y itaasoD beat beatL bealL beatL
L H Coaklln by b 3 up upWith upWith upWith
With all the odds against thorn the home homoplayers homeplllerH homeplayers
players mud a Bpleudld fhlI l ht The first firstreturns firstrlturn firstreturns
returns were of four English victories Then Thenby Theni Thenby
by b HOW slow degrees cunm III the wins of four of ofthe 0 0the ol olthe
the AllAiuerlcu IIlIIerl ll team which Il eh made the scoro scorotill scoreall
till even vim The Issue was wa > now up to flyers Byrwho B flyerswho MI MIho
who ho had been beer 2 down to T M Hunter in the themorning thelIIurl1ll1l themornIng
morning The 1 hI 1ittaburg man played u uKlorloua 11Irlorloll aglorious
glorious ffamo alllll In the afternoon arttlrnoonand and all ulllquare ulllquarelit square squareut
ut the sixteenth where Hunter run down dOWIIIofoot a a10foot a10foot
10foot put Uyers won the th next two holes holesmid bolelIud holesmitmil
mid the match Juotchwhlch which meant the first victory victoryHKiiliHt victoryallIll1 victoryautltmt
HKiiliHt allIll1 t tho touristH from Great Britain BritainThe Britainrho rltalnfho
The fluid score was five mutches to four In Infavor Infllvor infavor
favor of the United States bIt Association AssociationSummary ASlloclat1ooSUUIIlury AssociatIonSunmuaary
Summary of thu tim afternoon play playW pia piaW
W v J Travis boat b at J L Lowby Low b by Tup 7 up and II to toplay toplay toplay
play N 1 1 Hunter beat H S Uourlas by 8 up upand upnDd upanti
and 4 to play K I II Dyers U crs beat T H Hunter by byup
2 up upC C D I Dane beat KO tOiteinbant 0 Helnhart by 2 up and andi andito 1 1to Itu
to play O I T 1 Urokaw brat J A T Branviton by byI
1 ui > < SH 4 boles H Ilexfridge beat H C Egan by byup
4 up and 3 310 to play Bruce ruce Smith beat H G I D Ellla Elllaby RUb RUbby thusby
by 10 up and B to play P W V Leathart beat 0 I A AOnnhton AOnL AOrmntitun
Onnhton OnL lon by 9 up and 8 to play L I H Conklln beat bfstD bralV beatI
D I F Itaiison 4I1S1Jn by l y I up upRIFLE lipRIFLE upRIFLE
DIstrlot of it Columbia Trains First and andSecond andSecollliin andSeoonmd
Second Secollliin In SklrniUh Match MatchSKA Match8E Mat oh ohSEA
SEA 8E GIRT X J Kept pt 7 1f Of the three threematches throomntchps threeniatehes
matches on the programme today to at the theKlflo theRtlo theRifle
Rifle Shoot nail the skirmish match left over overunfinished overunlnlshed overunfluislieti
unfinished from Saturday only the last was wasfinished waafinished wasfinished
finished finishedIn
In the Leech cup match last year ear thirty thirtyfive thirtyfive thIrtyfive
five finished Today about 200 tried trll 1 to get getthe lietthe getthe
the 800 POO IQI and 1000yard targets Seven Sevenrelays BeveDraR Sevenrelays
relays raR were w re run off on the first two ranges rangesand rllnlleand rangesand
and three thr were through the game at dusk duskA
A largo crowd watched this longdtatance longdtatancecontest lonlrdletanceconlest longdistancecontest
contest which will in ull probability go to tothe tothewinlllr tothewinmier the thewinner
winner of the Wimbledon cup match last lastFriday lastFriday lastFnllay
Friday Corporal C B Winder of Bloom Bloomingdata BloomIngdul Bloomingdumlu
ingdata Ohio He has li made the very high highscorn hlarhscorll highscore
scorn of 14 U out of u possible 100 100Of 100Of 100Of
Of tho nine companies which finished finishedthe lnlshpdthe finIshedthe
the company match Company Com pan C of the Fourth FourthNew FourthSev FourthNew
New Jersey leads with 31 312 The Marine MarineCorps MarInaCorps IurlneCorp
Corps > is second at sou and Company I of oftho ofth ofthe
the th First District of Columbia third at 307 307Tho 301Tho 307Tim
Tho scores of the other companies which whichfinished whlohtinulmitted I IIInlshed
finished were Company C Sixth Ohio 303 303Battery 303lJlltter 303Battery
Battery II First Heavy ntm vy Artillery Massa Massachusetts Mnasachusetts litnasutchusettut ¬
chusetts 294 9 Company Comp ny D I Second Connect Connecticut ¬
cut 288 Company I Third Pennsylvania
248 Cornnrmy A Third Pennsylvania 203 203Company 203Company 203Company
Company K Third Pennsylvania 197 197Tho 197Tho 197rho
Tho District Di lrlct of Columbia resumed Its prlzo prlzowlnnine prlzowInning prizewinning
wInning tactics In the skirmish sklrllll h toam match matchdecisively matchdf matchutecltively
decisively df > cl IOlr defeating < tlio field from which whichthn whichIh whiclttim
tim Ih Seventh and Twelfth Now ow York with withdrew wlthlrtw withthrew ¬
drew < and In which thv Jerseymcn found foundthemselves foundtlIImRII foundtluniaulvemi
themselves outclassed < 1 For years the Wash WashinKtonitins YMhInKtoniIIIA Vast Vastliigtonuittmie
inKtonitins hiivo hue proved their superiority superiorityIn
In sklrmUhflrinir IIklrllll hfllinll Tho Second 101111 Regiment Regimentscored Ht lteeimentscuretl lmtnt lmtntRcnrtll
scored its third victory In this thil match today todayand lodo todCYii
and 1111111111 ii out the t hi m Hazard I I trophy troiti become the t lie property propertyof OIerlY OIerlYof y yof
of tlm Ih t lie Second The score of thi tie > winning team teamI 111111WIIK tennimuvuis
I was Itll To time District also went the second socon seeondhonors l lhonors
1 honors tit it 311 while the lniled States Ma Marine Mini III IIIr ¬
rine r ni lIt ci Corps orps Jrp urn Ilrllbhll him third thu Intl and fourth foit rthi honors honorswith honorllwllh honorswith
with SOU and Z1IO t > 0 Iwivlnij Ilavlr the First New Jersey Jerseywhich Jeneywhich Jerseywhelm
which boat the rh Washington crack in the theregimental theIt theriinitnital
regimental It I nllnta I match fifth place at 2i6 o The ThoFirst ThlFirst TheFirst >
First Vermont rll1ont hy 20 POints beat the Fourth FourthNi FourthNw
Ni Nw w Jersey which wh hI ch cot 201 1II The Pennsyl Pennsylvania Penn811 Penn811IlIIln Ieninsylvartla ¬
vania Bijuudron mt uuulromi ron mndn 100 and tho t lie Filth FilthMaryland FI Fimt th thllIrlall h hlutrylnmiil
Maryland llIrlall oluil brought trout rolllIItlllllle glut up ii ii the I lie rear with wit h 170 HUh HUhman UIKhmlln highmoan
man for the winning Second was Lieut W V VMtltonm V VMilton
Milton Farrow who had n total of twenty twentyfour twenl twenltour twentyfour
four hits hll to his h ids 1 credit For the First Irst New NewJersey SowJlrso NewJersey
Jersey Jlrso the leader IllId r was 1rivato Iri clime Howard HowardClemen HowllrdUII howardlemiich
Clemen UII ch who hit the enemy InIII sixteen times timesThe timetTIll timesllie
The ii iorliUlslwellloIlO oriiiinv twentyone strong slrmlltlIrrl1 slrmlltlIrrl1thl arrived arrivedthis arrIvedthIs
this thl afternoon In command of Major W mS W Wlllnll1son V VVlilla V VWilliamson
Williamson Vlilla lllnll1son numsoni who w ho is I team tea cmi cnjitaln The Theleorgiaiw 1ho1nrgllI lImecurgiamis
leorgiaiw curgiamis have not boon l 1II here since 1819 when whenthey whlntllp whentIie
they tllp left angry unlr alleging that the thi Jerseymim Jerseymimwon
won the Hill JII in n trophy match hy h unfair unfairmarking lIuflllrmnrklrlll unfaIrmarking
marking of II shot II charge < harle which was w s dis disproved diKIlIold disproved ¬
proved the following winter to tilt satisfaction satisfactionof
of their counsel counselMO counllelBIG
Modern Irishmen IrliihmllIlIreak Hreak Records at Revival Revivalof
of Ancient All < llnt Festival FestivalThe FestivalThe e tlnl tlnlTh
The Th Talltin games Irelands ancient ancient athletic athleticfestival alhhtlotstlvIII uthittlofestival
festival were revived yesterday estorda at Celtic CelticPark Celtlolark CeltIclark
lark by the Greater recter New ew York Irish Irl h haud A A Aand Aand
and while the events lacked the pomp find findpanoply IIl1d1IIIIInply tumidpamiouly
panoply of the th antique fixture the attempt attemptIn
In the main was preeminently u success SUUCVHThe 8UCClThe successlime
The crowd was variously estimated ut from fromseven fromelWII front5evtim
seven to twelve thousand persons personsin p < rllon8 rllon8In
in tIme Ih main body of the th programme thorn thornwere lhrewtr therewere
were several H rul novelties and a couple of new newrecords nwncords newrecords
records wen made In the supound weight weightwhich WEh wtlgbitwhich ht hthlch
which hlch win 111 thrown In the Irish lrl h style with one ouehand onehllnd onehand
hand and with wit h unlimited u tihi ni ted run maid follow followJ toll o iv ivl
J 1 l S Mltchel lilch l of tho New ew York A C C wiped all allprevious nilJJr tilliurvioUM
previous JJr < VIUUH records off tho books Ills 111 throw throwwas throwWilli thmmowwas
was 38 feel t 5 > Indies Inch and the th previous worlds worldsbest worldsIiet orldilbt
best mark was by T F Kiely of arrlckon arrlckonKulr IIIrlcluntul utrrlckonmhuiii
Kulr County Tlpperary Ireland 38 io 8 feet l linch Iinch 1itmclm
inch ut Cork Ireland Aug 13 18DI IS U H I L LHlllmnn I IHlllmnn 1hhihlntnn
Hlllmnn of the th New York A C set up new newfigures II mtewfigmirus W WflllnrIi
figures In the 440yard 0uIII hurdlu rare mc by b cover covering covorIng coverimmg ¬
ing the tb distance dt lnlltI In In 53 28 seconds but he heknocked hekllockld hueknocked
knocked tim Ih last hurdle over and this will willprevent willlirevenit
prevent the iicopptimcw IIco > plnllcl of the record In till tharising tillrlKlnll thinrIsIng
rising and striking of the th hurling ball J JScully Jtieullr jhwuliy
Scully of uf Brooklyn sent 8 < nt the leather atl1lr sphere upboreflying sphereijylmig pbnr pbnrIrlllt
flying 210 feet f t with u wallop of his hurley hurleyeticknml hurli hurlisticknmmd
eticknml these th figures 1IIur now become lonlo the Amer Amurcan AmerCHII Amercnn hurltr
can record recordIn rpCofllIn
In the javelin contest the th mark wan placed placedeighty placedeighty
eighty feet 11 iiwuy III1U and the man who drove thin tlmniMur tb tbsfar thinrjaar
niMur nearest to It won J i McCarthy was wnsthe wasthe
the th most ucruratu thrower und he landed landedthe landdi
the till tim big steel teplllllplernent implement within 2 feet 2 Inches Inchesof
of the object objectSIX olojectI objectSIX
Fair llreefi fur Yacht Yaehmtlo I1t > In llegln Journey Journeyof roornl roornlur
of Zt4 2 24 Mllis MllisSix IillisSit I IHI
Six HI bi lug schooner yachts Marled 81 rtO > II yesterday yesterdayafternoon Jestermiumyiiftntmuoti 8tlrlllyuCtrIIuiI
afternoon on u raw rII Ml I milin mil III length h The Thestart ThetlllL IJiestimrt
start was Hindu IIUl at the Scotland llghtsh li liand 11ullIl p pmmmi
and tin 111 t lii yuchU ymici its will Hall Jill to NiuituckKl t HhouU HhouUIlKlitahlp S hioel hioeliimclmtalmlp
IlKlitahlp then tie lo lolhp HIM t Its Northcost It > Knd light lightship liJlhlhhl lightship
ship hhl oft Clijii May 11 and Iliun to Scotland ScotlandHuhtidilp HcotlUllI1iluhllIlp HCothumiuIIi
Huhtidilp Ii guts imi Ii They weru to I ii havo started utta rted at a t in iniiiloik IIdod it itmm
mm iiiloik cloik but hum t at that hour there wus no wind windand wimidcmii I
and U her I r was n wait nf two tic hour Thu ThuItpgiiltu ii iiltgatttt I
Itpgiiltu Coininittii I IInlu ilumi liii lt ttt of HID t liii Atluntlo A tlaimt Ic Yacht YachtClub YuetClub Yeimt111th
Club had I time he run IILI HI hand und at utl2JII WM oclock oclockwhen oclokwhl1 oclockis
when is hiemm there 111I r was < u linlit ugh t lireczn IIrel from rolll Ilia t bitt wet wetIlin wetIh SCstt
Ih t Ilin lie Htartlng stmrt I rig mu > lKind cniiml wan a mailx mailxTh 111111Ih itiimilhie
Th lhie yiiuhlH aciit chIH rroHsed ru toed III this t hI order Ingomnr
M l 1 F I Ilanl hLum cm I viwa I i a t 2 ThUtli I lila I I Hubert fi t l Tol Tolil823i lou louII
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I2niff I 3 Ii 17 Fltiird 111 a dp ly I s Or L I A i Sllmnoii litlm St immom immomI oll
lta 1 1 31 33 lliltifdanlf E I K I Coleman I olemililmm 123544 33H
lindyinloii lntlYIH Lrid 33131 yimulonm Oil t jeorgii Lmnlrr it lIltr Jr I233i U3 I it 3514 3514Ilmu I IIll i 1
Tim Ill comma to I mu NliniiiRkit fim ii t ii cli t Sliouli HIIOll14 llghUlilp Ul lIghts hl4hlfJ lug
U I wi east < t in itiittul uilf south 110 I lt O iiillra and thu tI yaChts yachtitnUrtwj yaChtsstarted chtH chtHJjlllrled
nUrtwj with Hplnnnkera to stnrboHrd stiirbosruj Mter
In tha Ihltllrtorlfmlhf t lie mattrtmuwnm ft rni > ou the I Its wind shlftwl hinlnllml mor to lilt thusouth lilt0IJtI theaoittm
south 0IJtI making tnak 1111 It a roaoh roaohIn
In I ml fh t hs aftwriiooji IIflUtl111II mm ft uunmuiiIl II rHgutlu rsmim tIil was nallixj I1J off
th I tlm hi AUaritlo A ula nmm Ii clublioixtn Cium Idiotic ut mu t H mba i Ouu Os ts > hIts TIHwind Ih IhII hItsii
wind II hili iii WIIH ii mit WIt a wt l by > y Hnulh icumit hi and ii nut lln I tll Ii > yaclil were weretfit wereetit pr prlIt
tfit etit lIt lulrc tub iiniuiiil m n HIIIill IHIIIIIIlClt triJiiigli luvlng u urliMn aiimii
rliMn Il riiih on am HI time flr first l lag a hronil ruiifih on oilI
Din I tme Mronil alrinmu t anil n d < his riaflh liom 110 In rad1ol1 rad1ol1llap Ti Tiwlnnvra lhus lhusw
wlnnvra w jnll Inner r w wars < r i Diighfrrii wkutoo oek a too Trouul Irou Ift Iftjnll
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Stallion Deals Creaceusi Time on the theTrack illsTrack
Track at Syracuse SyracuseSTHACfSK SyracuseSYnACUSE
STHACfSK Sept 7 7Twenty Twenty thousand thousandpnrsons thousandpersomia
pnrsons saw some excellent racing at the New NewYork NewYork
York State Fair here this thii afternoon John A AMcKerron AMelCerron
McKerron driven by his owner II K Dev Devereur Ievereux
ereur of Cleveland In an attempt to break the thetrack thetrack
track record of 206 set by Crescenn accom accomplished aecontpushed ¬
pushed the font his time beinif IM which whichclips whichclips
clips a quarter of it second from the stallions stallionsbest stallionsbeet
best previous mark Iou Tanner paced pacedMcKerron pacedMcKerron
McKerron with a runner runnerPaulino rminiierIaulino
Paulino 0 won the 210 pace utter Armorel Armorelhad krmorelhad
had takvii the first two heiits Alta McDonald McDonalddrove McDonalddrovmi
drove u wonderful race but his otter tired tiredJtIT tiredJeff
Jeff McCreeor won the New York Hrefcd Breeders BreedersStake r rSlake
Slake for threeyearolds In fast time Mc McDonald MeIonald ¬
Donald drove Authoress to victory lu straight straightheats straIghtheats
heats In the 2U3 trot Senator Horace White Whitedrove Vhitedrove
drove hU mare Miss Whitney Vhiitmte > against her herworlds herworlds
worlds ImlfmllB record of iOlH but slm slmfulled sheafailed
failed to beat It The amateur events were werewell verewell
well contented contentedNew contestedNew
New York Stale Ilrecders1 Stake for threeyear threeyearolds
olds truttlnr purse Steel JtuuoJed SteelJefi
Jed McGregor ch i by Jeffrey tMurray2 Murray t 1 1Leonardo 1Leonardo
Leonardo ro K Ulckerson 1 3 2 2MorthlanU 3Northland
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n lieu i 6 f by Leo Mr 11 A Spencrr I 1 S SDlcli Shint
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lu tlio country yesterday vo worellirnilbered voremembered
remembered that lots of our ourfriends ourfriends
friends cant often visit ourstores ourstoresTo OIl r storett storettio
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Bend samples of clothing CIOUhiIlgIlrLO have a aspecial aspoia1
special mall order department for fortheir fortheir
their service HorviceFall serviceFall
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Cant aitt sample furnishings hats hatnor
or shoos but sell them by mail mailjuat malljust
just the game gameFor sameFor
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The New York Caledonian Club celebrated celebratedIts
Its fortyieventh annual picnlo and High Hlfhland u uland
land gnmes nt Washington Park Matpeth Matpethyesterday Mupethyesterday
yesterday and the men front the Land o oCakes oCmhce
Cakes hud a gala time Th The procramm con consisted conslated ¬
slated of bout twentyflv event all open opento opento
to professionals who were all In rare trim trimWilliam trimSIlliumm
William Marsh of Boston captured DO Imi Imithan lesithan
than eight firsts White of New Tork ao aocounted socounted
counted for the weight events rather easily easilyAs aillrAn
An usunl the sword and Highland fling flingclanixn flingdance
dance clanixn evoked the roundest applause while whlltho whiletIme
tIme skirl of the bagpipes kept the air In motion
A prominent competitor was Michael F
Bweeney the former amateur and holder of
the th worlds record of S feet 5Ji 5i Inches for the
hi high K h ju Junw mp Yet he was beaten at his his specialty
by the ubiquitous Marsh MarshMUNYONS MarshMUNYONS
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