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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1896, New York, New York Two Parts 12 Pages 1, BY THE NEW-YORK TIMES PUBLISHING co. ON THE DOLPHIN Interfered with the Programme for West Point RECEPTION ABANDONED V Tho Had Many Questions to Auk on tho Trip Up the River and t HAVE A BUSY TIME TO-DAY I at 4. 9t nnd and a No respect for the august person of LI Hung the distinguished Chinese guest of the United was shown by the elements It had been arranged that United States dispatch boai Dolphin should take tho Viceroy to West there to Inspect the Military The trip was but on account of the rain Earl LI re- mained on board while the younger of his sons and some of big suite went Thousands had assembled at West Point to see The drills and reception were The Journey afforded the Viceroy an op- for asking which ho fully He expressed again his wonder at the energy of the Americans declared the water front presented a wonderful Tired with the day's LI Hung Chang retired early last With review of and street and a banquet at In the he will have a busy time THE TRIP TO WEST by the Viceroy Who AVas In 7 Id Hung Chang and his suite were astir yesterday Breakfast was served as usual shortly after G o'clock In private apartments at the and after the Ambassador had enjoyed his usual morning smoke he announced self as for the trip to West Point to Inspect the military Gen. ger and his staff were In and 4e bet or S the start was the Street the United States dispatch Dolphin waa awaiting the arrival of Col. Fred D. John Russell and several prominent 1 had preceded the party to the I The party was transferred to tho dispatch boat on a by twelve wart sailors command of Ensign W. As tho barge neared the the Chinese imperial Hag waa run up to the anJ a of nineteen guns waa Tho Viceroy ascended the der at the of Dolphin with marked agility for a man of hU although his attendants rendered somo He went at once to and was Introduced to Commander Clover of the and greeted the others cf the party After a few exchanges with Gen. Ruger Col. the Vice- roy expressed a wlah to get out on the per tho Ambassador and his there were In the party Gen. finger anJ hla consisting of Major W. Capt. S. C. ami Lieut. Col. F. D. of John W. Col. S. S. Sumner of Sixth John Russell and George F former Ministers to U Gen. J. H. Gen. Horace Col. Assistant t General of the Department of tho j Mayor Strong and his P. I Jer Gen. Louis Fitzgerald and his Van Vice President Frank Thompson of the Pennsylvania toad and his Clarke Col. J. who met the Viceroy In Col. Daniel Appleton of the and W. C. from the jl weighed anchor and headed i lown the East River at LI Hung wno remained on the much Interest In his hla Inexhaustible supply of questions to pour Ho first asked about sugar refineries ot Grant had been talking with tha Vice- through the about railroads otter when tho Dolphin abreast of the said tho an that pays 12 per on an Invested of This from LI tho familiar ilon and he apparently became very much Interested In what Col. Grant had to Bay further about sugar and ita de- velopment In this Chinese Flair on the In passing tho navy yard the Chinese flag was hoisted on the old wooden ship while the saluting battery on the cob dock fired a salute of The Viceroy then caught sight of the Brooklyn He was In tha very best of spirits and kept up a constant run of queries with those about The Chinese party became very much Interested in Col. Grant's description of the and tho Viceroy began to cross-examine the Ho asked If the bridge belonged to a company or to the municipalities and what It had coat to construct Had II paid for and finally he wanted to know if York City bonds wero at a After all questions had been an- to his apparent he re- that the was a wonderful that the Americans wero a very Ingenious and that their Ingenuity seemingly knew no Aa the Dolphin reared the Battery approached the Viceroy and re- Your we coming to Governors I do not own this but tho Island practically owns Ll turned hut attention to the great oa Page 5. OLD RED LION INN IN Stage In the Dallas from 1773 Aug. 31.-Klre to day consumed the Stockbridge lately as tho lied Lion and removes one of the oldest hotels In The house had 105 some of whom were domiciled In outside The originated in the at A. where taa cook had Just built a Before help arrived the had made such progress that It could not bo controlled by the local Tho kitchen was in the east cor- ner of the new .so that the guests were easily and the flro escapes prevented No guests were in- and there was no The gage of the guests all It was half an hour before water could be got In force to supply the village from Lake two miles where a pump hag to be used to force and no steam was Help from the Lee and Great Fire De- arrived and prevented the de- struction of the National the town and large business Much was and Mrs. wife of the C. H. who had one of the most valuable tions In Colonial ceramics and antique furniture In the lost The of the guests was thrown out in and the street was covered with valuable The house was built originally in 177.1, was then known as the Hcd Lion and remained almost the parlors being In the old part. It was a stagehouse between Boston and It was enlarged In 1840, and the namo changed to the Stockbridge In ISio and In material enlargement was ami the name was changed back lo IleJ Lion C. H. Plumb had con- ducted It for twenty-four and It had been in his family since The house had exclusive guests from and PANTHER SHOT NEAR Terrorized nnd Summer v on Lons L. Aug. panther escaped from one of Walter L. Main's wagons Saturday while the circus was passing along the road from Lynbrook to Far The animal escaped Into the despite the efforts of the circus employes to capture it. The news that the animal was at liberty spread with great and caused moro or excitement on the Rockaway Neck through the villages between Valley Stream and this The farmers and Summer residents of the section in a state of alarm until this after- when the animal was but not until after he had killed several When the animal from the wagon ho started northward and headed toward At Centre he seems to havo been diverted In his nnd turned All day yesterday parties watching for and farmers on all sides had their guns The beast had good while plenty of ple saw him or saw his he did not encounter any of the armed This morning he was reported near this und women and took care to remain Indoors during the This afternoon the wanderer was located In the vicinity of Francis Clerk of armed himself and started to track the A curious crowd followed Mr. Brill and a couple of farmers Joined him in the Late this afternoon the hunters warded by locating the panther In a largo Ireo In tho woods near Mr. Brill shot the and during the evening several hundred people viewed the body of the anything but ferocious looking IN THEIR BERKSHIRE Mr. and Mrs. Harry at the Summit of October Aug. Mr. Harry Whitney and his arrived in Lonox this afternoon by way of the and Hartford and leaving the cars at were met by ono of their own carriages and driven to the summit of October where found everything In readiness for their Somo of their friends among the including Mr. and Mrs. W. D. welcomed them at the and accompanied them part of the way to their new It waa not generally known that they were to arrive at this so they escaped the crowd of curious that would otherwise havo been They eame on to the Whitney property when within about three miles of the and from that point to their cottage thero Is not on Inhabited They are occupying the picturesque tage which was prepared for them to use In rainy but as the weather Is now they will probably occupy their Adirondack camp They expressed much pleasure with tha general arrangements for their and tho romantic surroundings of their new Summer ALL HAWKSHAWS Board of Safety tbe Police Board of Safety this evening removed the entire detective force owing to charges mode against the during the recent Im- The old with the exception of James who was were given places on the regular police Ex- Chief William Owens was made a of to succeed Capt. Jake who was made Chief of A Dinner to Lord Aug. Russell Is in the and was given a banquet at tho Club to-night by the ment of Besides Premier members of his and other Privy thero were present all the ators and members of Parliament who are members of the Judges of tho preme and other morrow the Lord Chief Justice and bin ty will return ing Quebec and the will travel by way of Lake to Boston and PRICE THR GOUf FLOWS IMPORTS EXPECTED TO IN A FEW Estimated that the Will Be Benefited from to Now Aggregate P Morgan Co. Deposit of Clearing House Loan The flow of gold from Europe to this country gives promise of a considerable In- crease In volume within tho next few Estimates of the total amount that be received Into the before the present movement ceases range all the way from 4 to The Im- portations of gold by New-York banks and firms thus far ordered aggregate There wero deposits of Imported gold at the yesterday as J. P. Lazard and the Bank of 000. making a total of Gold and notes were taken In exchange for the Tho fact that Lazard took In greenbacks in exchange for their and deposited the greenbacks In the over National led to tho erroneous statement that the Hanover National had placed half a million of gold in the Sub- Tho statement was made that the Hanover National Bank has of Imported gold on tho way from and that It will be placed in the this The Bank of Montreal yesterday In gold In the In anticipation of tho receipt of an equal amount now In transit from Further engagements of gold for ment to this country were announced as Speyer 000; L Von Hoffmann Thalmann and the Bank of The ment of gold from New-York to It Is has practically An encouraging financial sign of times was yesterday by the action of tlie New-York Clearing House Loan Com- In taking an adjournment without having Issued any Clearing House The members of tho committee who attended yesterday's meeting were J. ward George and Henry W. In tho absence of Chairman Frederick D. Mr. mons After tho adjournment of the Mr. Simmons sold that it was upon that no existed for the Issuing ot Clearing Homo certificates at IN Men Expect to Poll a Very Large Aug. delegation of gold Democrats were In Boston en route to There were twelve of headed by William Henry ford of the gold for Governor of C. Vey Holman of South who Is a member of the gold National Com- from Maine and Chairman of tho State shares with Mr. Clifford the leadership of tho Mr. Holman said the for tho ers In Maine was very I know of towns where practically the whole Democratic vote will he thrown for Mr. said Mr. Before wo nominated these Democrats said they would not I see that Mr. ley says In an Interview that Mr. Clifford will have a large This comes pretty near confirming what I Mr. Holman was asked what progress was being made In the proceeding to have an injunction issued to keep the namo of Mr. the silver off tho Ho said ho could say for publication at this Ho could that tho status of tho case was so plain that It waa perfectly clear that the convention which nominated Mr. Frank was Portland Convention was clearly functus said Mr. It was adjourned sine and If there were any chance of Mr. Frank ting the the Republicans could havo his election declared void on account of Illegality In Mr. Holman said the Injunction matter would rest until after ho got back from WILL BID ADIEU TO SING SING. Kenneth F. Sutherland to be Released Justice Kenneth F. land of Coney Island will be released day from Sing Sing where he haa been confined for two years for lon In tho election frauds three years which resulted in John Y. being eent to Robert brother of tho former will go with two friends to Sing Sing and escort the ex- from the prison to his at Coney It has been rumored that the residents of the Island will give Sutherland a big ovation on his and the rumor Is believed to be founded on although the strictest secrecy la maintained by to be at tho head of the Robert Sutherland yesterday that the families would Join In a quiet home celebration over the return of but BO far aa be there waa to bo no public STOCK Match and In Private Aug. This should been settlement day on tho Chicago Stook but as the Exchange Is a vast amount of private settling took Members of the Exchange decline to take any of the stocks Diamond Match and New-York on the ground that the Exchange lit It estimated that about 20.000 shares of other concerns would either be nettled privately or renewed with additional margins before No new developments In. tho affairs of Moore Brothers occurred The special committee having their matters la charge had nothing to VERMONT'S ELECTION TO-DAY The Republican Candidate for ernor Will Have a Dig WHITE RIVEp Aug. Greater Interest centres upon tho Stat election in Vermont to-morrow than has been manifested since 1800. An active cam has been conducted by tho two Ing and almost entirely upon tional although each has adopted somewhat different The candidates of the several parties for Governor Major Josiah Grout of Dr. Henry of Joseph Battell of and Rooney at St. Albans Tho vote this year will be compared with 1802, when the vote for Governor was 38.918; 1.525. Thero Is no doubt whatever that the Re- publican candidate will be elected Governor this as but the question is will be his The Republican majority has been ly estimated at from to 30.UOO. There Is no question that the letter of Edward J of In which he declares not only his refusal to support Bryan and but his Intention to support the Re- publican candidate in the State will have a potent Influence with many wa- vering voters heretofore of Democratic All things tho probability Is Republican majority will exceed and not go over 28000 SECRETARY SMITH'S lie Will Remain la Position for a Short Time Aug. 31.-AlthouKh the resignation of Secretary Hoke Smith took effect at the close of tho de- ho will probably remain a day or two at the department at tho r quest of his Gov. who will not be able to arrange htg business fairs at St. Louis and reach his post of duty until the middle of the Secretary Francis will find mgst branches of the business of the department up to dato and upon current Secretary Smith to-day gave out a ment describing the business that has for more than three years been under his and what he has accomplished during that dwelling principally upon the settlement of conflicting land cases in the great Western Many thousands of these had accumulated when he entered but by diligence and bor a great mass of them has been disposed of. In his statement he calls attention lo the work of the law force in adjudicating these and shows that from March 3, to date there has been an increase of cases disposed of over those of the same period prior to 1893. Secretary Smith showed that the result of his policy In relation to forest reservations would ultimately result In their better also that his Im- provement In the matter of issuing patents tends to prevent His strict ence to the rules of civil service and eral improvements In the various branches of the departments aro also shown In the KNOWLTON'S PLANS THWARTED Falling In lie Committed WHITE N. Aug. ner Charles E. Birch held an Inquest this morning at over 'the body of J. Everett the young man who committed suicide at tho home of gustus Wall on Saturday and a dict In accordance with the facts was body has been removed to wood's In this The young man's I. T. of has taken charge of the and the funeral will take place according to rites on Thursday at 11 Tho father says his son was not In his right He was once in the town Asylum for the and was dis- charged ng but he has had spells of and It no In one of these that ho went to Mr. Wall's house and wanted to see his to whom ho had for a long time tried to pay at- but who repeatedly repulsed It Is thought he In his mad to kill Miss Wall and her as well as but she away from and although ho shot several times at tho none of tho bullets took TIES PILED ON Excursion Train Oat oC Baltimore Barely BALTIMORE An attempt wag made near Camp a small station on the Washington and Baltimore to wreck the Bay excursion which left ton at P. M. Several ties hod beea placed upon the and It was only by the quick work of Engineer Coleman that a disaster The train was brought to a stop a few feet from the the engine after- ward pushing tho tho The train consisted ten and here were 550 It Is believed that tho ties were placed the track by DESERTS An Democrat Money Aug. IA member of Indiana Democratic Executive deserted the ticket Ho visited money sought a conference with Secretary and said I have reached the conclusion that I'd rather trust Watterson and the other ers of this movement than or Mr. Keach Is. and has one of the most Influential Democratic leaden In Marlon la a man of force and great executive No for of necessitating the uae of the practice cruiser Bancroft for other purposes than that for which ho or class at tho Naval Academy Is prevented from having Its usual September and will be quartered on ho old San tee until the October term be- The which Is aa old hulk not mentioned In. the Naval IB moored at tha academy and used EARNEST FOR SOUP MONEY The Indianapolis Convention Will Do Good Work MANY DELEGATES ARE PRESENT President Cleveland Suggested As a. Candidate by Both Wash ing- ton and IT IS NOT PROBABLE HE WOULD ACCEPT An Meeting and the Platform Will Be One of Pure Democratic Aug. delegates to the National Democratic Convention be- gan to arrive this morning In considerable and before to-morrow It Is expected there will ba nearly 000 of them here ready to begin the convention work on Wednesday at To those mistaken who argued that tho third party had In that a convention that held out no hope of spoils would not attract and that no one could bo found to run as the date of a party that expected to be the that Is about to be witnessed hero Is Tho 870 or more representing forty or forty-one who aro to meet In convention hall on Wednesday have braved a storm of opposition and ridicule at have severed political associations they have en- Joyed for tho last and have under- taken tho Inconvenience and expense of to express their solemn test against the party of and they are doing It In a spirit of resolution 03 determined as the moro noisy fanaticism of the The accounts brought here by the ing delegates from the States they sent are very much The opposition to free silver and Populism generally has been growing rapidly since 7, when the conference Issued the call for the All former estimates made of the gold Democratic vote In the West and South are Tho silver wave is not It Is day by In Wisconsin It will be Ineffectual to prevent a prodigious majority for sound In according to the con- servative estimate of Mr. the ticket to bo named no matter who the candidates may will get votes at Ex-Mayor Hopkins of Chicago be- that Illinois will votes for a If bo tho candidate for according to ono of Its will caat moro than Democratic votes against many of which will go to Tho spirit of tho convention promises to bo An assurance of absolute cess to tho ticket scarcely Impart a setter tono to tho conversation of tho There is bo found a delegate who has any Information that In his part of tho country thero Is such a tide of silver sentiment as to Justify tho fear that the United States aro about to voto for a candidate and the ous experiment of a boy Although full of resentment against the Chicago and out of all patience with tho Chicago tho crats hero aro not at all anxious to waste time by or the and Altgeld The general desire Is to march right like an army with proclaiming anew time-honored Democratic out reference to so-called Democratic and to name as If there had been no Democratic National Convention In 1899. There will bo In the con- vention about tho occupation of tho so that tho business most Important to be done will bo speedily Before the convention thero will bo great deal of warm discussion as to tho scope of the until after it has been de- Whether It shall be- and or long and There will bo advocacy of an or currency of many the majority must havo on op- to decide they shall bo referred to or discussed with orate The tendency If the moat conservative Judgment shall to declare general principles and to avoid elaborate Mr. of a very and active gold favors a plank on the Income and he ono will be adopted practical he will commit the party to this principle as a Just method of raising but the declaration set forth In view of Constitutional Judgments which havo been regularly declared against this form of the first effort shall be one to remove this not in the revolutionary manner of the Chicago dec- by packing the supreme but by the met had proposed In the Con- The plan proposed at cago la while our plan be for the orderly The tion will not meant to indorse the In- feature of tha Wilson but simply an Indorsement of the the administration of to be fixed by when this body fa seel to to 4t the tion of the RUINED BY HIS Wife Protected Ilia He Shot Her and Aug. Beau- a traveling ahot his wife In tho back Ho then blew his brains out with the same wag forty years of He had considerable money to him about six months and had been drinking heavily ever Hla wife's caused numerous family This morning he went homo and when his wife protested he became crazed with seizing a de- clared that he would kill Mrs. ran screaming Into the followed by her When she tho middle of tho road Beau- was at the The bullet entered her back between the shoulders and went through her Tho woman sank to the and as she lay there Beaubien again fired twice at but He then ran Into tho locked himself In a put tho re- volver to the back ot his and dying The woman has a fair chance of TOWN OF TIGNISH Six or of the HALIFAX N. Aug. 31.-Tho town of P. 13. Is reported to havo been almost wiped out by flro last Six or seven Including nearly all the cipal places of wero J. H. general who carry on the largest business In wero among those burned They ried Other properties wiped out were the Post tho residence of Edward M. and other Bernard's Hotel and hardware the railway roundhouse and coal an and four The cause of the lire was children playing with Total on tho Gulf of St. tho northern terminus of the Prince ward Island It ig ono of the most Important fishing on the Tho population ia less than 600. THIEVES FOLLOW MR. Steal Bank While Look at the Aug. gang of sneak and pickpockets who have been lowing William J. Bryan In his campaign tour and working the crowds that go to hear him speak made a this In whero Mr. Bryan mado a speech on leaving for The Bryan procession passed E. A. er's RIpley branch of tho First National Bank of The clerks went out to look at tho All tho ready amounting to was missing when they SAVED SHIP AND Engineer Staid at Him Till Deep in C. Aug. Tho steamer ran half a mile below it last A bucket broke on and a burst tho vessel was some distance off causing a The steamer filled and the en- gineer was standing In three feet of water when they reached iho Fifty gers were on The Port Austin Life Saving Station went Immediately to tho and assisted In repairing the I THE The for are for fair nnd not BO northerly to The mcler had risen generally last over the c had fallen lowest In valleys anJ Northern and In Rocky Mountain Il highest tho Upper Mississippi Northern H was slightly cooler lost evening from tlie Middle Atlantic to the Lower Missouri and slightly In Die occurred during the day In tho Middle Atlantic northern portion of Ihc Inke also In and The weather continued fair throughout tho central and upper lahe It will land sou t fa bo fair and cooler from over the u Ohio and The ro will In Ilia Upper alley and upper with r rec ot temperature for tha twenty-four id at taken from TUB hours end YORK Ti thermometer nnd fiom Iho f the Weather la as S A. M 0 A. M 0 A. M 12 4 P. 0 P. M P. M 12 P. M Direct lex feet Printing Weather 1MMJ. 71 05 02 M m 7.1 07 fid 05 TUB T thermometer lo 0 feat above the that of tho Weather Bureau Is 285 the temperatures yesterday were Bureau date 1695.....................70 date for last twenty Weather 7, Col- umn 3. CO: TELEGRAPHIC Honna H. or property at Long where the examined United Commissioner In Newark charged with having defrauded the sion out of 1001.M. Testimony tending to that after the death of her William had to Frederick W. Hubert ot by the Rev. I. W. of Street Baptist and that her to Hubert she continued to draw tha still claiming that Sht waa held for of H. Victoria In N. two dwelling byl J. a and D. C. and the ng In the Pott Office waa ware The village haa no fire ment and the flamea were by waa from and Tha U T destroyed a million feet of lumber to Mr. Carlton ot Toronto and tha Spry Lumber Company of at IOM U fully New-York at BRYAN ID Democrats Meet 1 REPUDIATED Declar holding lions in Favor of Party TWO ELECTORS ARE NOMINATED Tho Convention Will ID Broo to Namo a 6 CHEERS FOR ato TOE the Con- tat A 31.-Tho Rates and Electors at Large named by tha Syracuse Democratic Con- vention In hero to-day 03 j at Karl of of New-York Delegates at I H 1'. Flower of Trarcy of Edward 11. of J. of Alternates M. Scott of A. Hro Mayor Bishop of of J. of Tho convention It was a not of th that tho causes of a fift s bul of the Is not Hod up to dollar a It cheap politics v. as a notable notification to the silver mine ow an ly high tlon for their or high and ruin nis protection In any It waa a both In Its make-up 01 J In It a3 a genuine was no ta n It. Every man c imo .is a came ho tlint II tho thins to paid own It a convention of No in in any ri of an result of Ms It n without business of and of S. o Domo so. ha I tie President sine the a grand doim tho waved lions adopted trines Their present mom and about I Tlie and without the an- tirm In pure ar 1 It Q. of a t to arouse did in es of to d ami Ills that In ji e not how nc of tlit only we to 11 waS .it of Men on Ort atvl nn I Tlie Ih k to In of Is no the convention n Into tho ee on ul the of tha (I il ga orm In full free was of r of Taxes Theodore Sut -o of New-York a plank ment that wo ild enable to legally nn Income Il argued that there were In the Democratic Party who such but it wap also contended t It was a disputed nnd tint tlie o was no of It til Is convention When the to was submitted to Iho vote cf the committee It was defeated by an Tn all the that had ID Committed on Resolutions f rlt was On the plank v agree Tho as a complete and n to nominate the two ors inJ to child of Mr. 3rlHln. tho in that Capacity reached early Earl The of Robert of the Supremo Court and Oswald as two Electors at Largo will serve very to show how earnest tho Democrats of this State aro In their light against the greatest political error of the Tho way Is left open for the Buffalo Convention lo coma Into line delay In the Electors tlie Congressional These will bo at tho next will be held In on or about Sept. at which ptace a State ticket for and of tho Court of A will ba In Buffalo gathering should point In a different direction from that now M In and tone thero never haa a better In recent years than one of If conventions ore to by sincerity for In j All seau and there at least persona la Robert who convention TO ther wto stood up In Convention Judge wax misguided Democratic in 1803 lit by more r v IN SPA PERI SPA PERI
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