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   New York World (Newspaper) - August 29, 1900, New York, New York                                A polling place at No 319 Ninth The Sheehanites asked the police to ar rest a number of men whoiwere In line ready to Tho police said they had no flroof that the wore The Sheehanites charged upon the and there were a series of A platoon of police arrived in time to quell a The Sheehanites say that the repeaters gfct In their Chief Dcvory played a star rar in iho primaries of the He entered the liquor store of cor ner Of TwentyelghiLh slrectand Eighth avenue early in the Hetold Kenny he was using his a rendezvous for Shocnan Kenny denied the Close up thy shouted Chief or I will surest Kenny put up his shutters and locked tho doors and his SL was c si until the primaries were Kennys friends say that Ueverv inuidoztii because he WAS an adherent or Shee The hottest fights between the Snco hun and ontiShcehan factions wereJ along Ninth between Twontiotn street ami Thirtieth There wore Immense crowds in front of each and tho workers of both factions wore kept busy getting the votes of their was creat jo ynt the Seymour the antiSheohan organization when the returns tfhowuil that Slioehan was The club is within hairing distance of the roqiiod and the cheers of the victors could be plalnlj heard bv the THE PRIMARIES AND SOME OF THE MEN MOST INTERESTED IN LEADER BOYLE IS SNOWED UNDER Defeated for Tammany Leader in the Seventh District by Patrick plain boss truck gave James the Eas River Bridge and a mem ber of the Democratic State Committee the worst political beating that has ever befallen a Tammany The braves of the Seventh Assemblj District simply went wild last nigh when the bulletin boards aiong Eighth avenue announced the victory of thi truckman over the politician by abou Bands played and thi whole district was ablaze wish fire Keahon first thought of his and going to a telephone he called her up a where she Is spending the sum he happily over the and I want you and the children to cheer so I can hear that was Im the happiest man For nine yonars Boyle lind htid the reins of leadership in the Seventh As sembly For a time he was but during the past two or three years he seemed to have lost his hold on the They demanded a but Croker would not hear of it because John Carroll was friendly to Boyle and would not So Boyle was forced on the Tammany people in the district until Patrick Keahon made a stand against Keahon convinced the voters that he was in and they rallied around Boyle carried only one of the twenty five election and failed to carry the one In which he Boyle tok his defeat very much to He was confident of his selection up to the time the polls He took the platform in the clubhouse and made such a wild speech that his friends feared his defeat had unsettled his and they took him to his where he and said he was all right In the mean tlme Keahon was carried through the district on the shoulders of his enthusiastic When the parade was over he was called upon for a This Is a clearcut Tammany vic he The fight goes to show what the people can do when they make up their REGULAR TICKET VOTED BY Comptrollers Chances De pend on Not Friends Comptroller Ooler announced last night that he had token no active part in the primaries either in Kings or Coler left his office yesterday afternoon at 2 oclock to cast his vote In the Seventeenth Assembly District of He put in a regular organiza tion Bridge Commissioner Shea Is leader In this Shea said yestorday I do not consider the primaries in way a test of We have had no There has been no factional fight withinthe organization In The fighting has been done outside and it has been made to appear that the Comptroller and the Comptrol lers friends were encouraging a James the kader with Shea of the Coler tuld list nlsht that the nomination of Coer ed upon the attitude not upon the Coler was informed yesterday that the latest move by Jamce Shevlln and Senator was to secure a re quest from McLauglln to exSenator Hill for an up State NO COLER MEN ELECTED IN Machine Triumphs and Coffey is Wins Over Ross entire machine Democrat and won yesterday at the primaries In Senator who fought against great lost by two The vote for the Wllloughby street was and for Coffey CorporationCounsel Luke who made the fight In the Seventh Assembly part of Cof feyVSenatorial was beaten by Councilman William Doyle by Warflen who was depended upon to make a flght in the Fifth As sembly had no ticket In the so the machine had no James Bouck won easily in Fourth Assem bly District and Deputy Commissioner handlly ln Not a delegate was O nthe Republican side Michael J Dady Ross Appleton in the Plm Assembly by a majority Thechief Interest In the primary flsht centred in Coffeys There the fiercest toattle rased and upon Its result depended the political future one of lealeers who has street dn Cof attention to tie Ninth and Tenth Election Dis tricts of the Twelfth He went from one to another and urged his fol lowers to woric as they never hud ba Itoe district was flooded with city em They came from all over the borough and fought hard for the BUC of the Wllkiushby street The district waa thronged with police from two being detailed to polling while the regular police of the district ware Bant to other JWM net much diso A fot Bryan Will Carry New by Declares Tammany PROPHETIC He Predicts Democratic Success in Along the Send tor of at Richard Crokers elbow In the CroltcrMurphy headquarters yesterday Croker owed it to tho party to o Maajson Square said challenge Tom Platt to a dls sion tho Quite chimed He ought to do Croker Inflated his chest I remarked I think I could knjek him out If ho undertook todefend omlng to Croker declared for Governor was all a Stancbfleld Is not my A Broomstick and Militarismis a ARMY NOT BIG Head of Foreign Relations Com mittee Outlines Policy as to WANT OPEN NOT Change In the Orient Important an Was Discov ery ot fey followi In Issued of the fac Senator would no as announ change the lie hinted that I fraud hart been resorted to In stimo of the and that just as 50011 aa the smoke of the battle had cleared away he would seek advice and find out just what rights he had In the With the losing of these two districts Coffee passes out of tho race us a Sena torial Assemblyman his close has also fallen by tho wayside and will nut be ren rui On the Republican side the DadyAp pleton fracas the attention of the It was as pretty has ever been put UD In the Warrants were applied for by eaeh but they were no the papers only secured to prevent the al leged illegal voters from a bal There were many fist fishs between the adherents of hnth but no was serlouslv injure In the fight for the delegates to the Congressional convention Magistt Henry Bristow captured all pates 1n beating out William This practically Insures the nomination of the Magistrate for Cin SAULSBURY CLAIMS DELAWARE FOR Jemooratlc Clinirmnn Pnrty In Chairman ard Ohnirman of the Demo cratic State Commlstee of said today The Democrats of DelaTviare oire unit ed as Lhey jiever been before amd ve oonndently totpect tx Staite for Bryuon by a are no gold or Mlvej tare snrply PiLty par Cf tha Gold PemooraLs of fouir rs are back TvHh er I should will vote for Mc Kinley anU the 2i rrer not vote cut Saulsbury siaid Bryan Is bet ter thought of in Delaware than he was luring ihis flrst The people olievo that wheiti ha advocates a measure there will noit likely be a chainge of opinion over I consider Theodore Roosevelt a dan rerous man in our national If le should I know lundreds of good sound business men who fear that he would have us engaged n a scrap all the as who go about with a chip on their generally find their match ome Saulsbury bitterly denounced Chairman Hanna for going over the country summoning to his side the esentatlvcs of rusts and and telling them without a blush that he expects so much money from and said he would at the Banks Going Out of Hens Laying Eggs and Hay Grows Once RIOTS AT PRIMARIES SOUTH Ttvo Men Killed nnrt Sevoriil Olli IlniHy Injured In Elcc to Tho I men vere killed in primary election rows In South Carolina today and a numbe Hourly At Dunkin Greenville County a general riottook and knives being Jordan was receiving three bul ets In his Henry Owens was slashed across the abdomen md will probably Owenss right arm fas nearly cut off at the At in John Bas Inger was shot and Ned Crider and Crum Smoake probably fatally in ured and Dick and Merrlman Smoake lattered with Both riots resulted from debts that itarted during discussions over the olcc lon which was in Every ofli In the State was being voted for n the primary and Senator Tinmans of who has just been re nominated for a flfth term n today gave the Republican Congres sional Campaign Committee a very hope ful account of the Mtuatljn Among other things said Kansas will go Republican this fall by a of between and The Iuslonlsts have put forward their best man this Thev Invn nominated John Breldenthal for Gover nfc llle bryan was giv ferent reception irj the Q a very indif Impartial Prosperity and protection are the strong Republican arguments for us In this Kansas has had a grand experience with Our experl lief Wllson iaw was not OUr depleted vs in Wilson Uw was passed li r so been built up again to a nourlshfng cof As one example out of many I might mention that In 1892 were of egg depots all over the state where eggs were collected fnr used P nek shipment Those Inpots were al moaL entirely in four yoars I have Now they are nearly all there were centres Workers Deprived of by Trusts Work Against Special to The As a matter of I have nominate the of the majority in KM will elect Anybody on Democratic ticket can win this 1 you well sweep the Well tio tho same trick in Illinois and Uryan wiHcarry New York uy plurality of not less than That is Will you back your conviction with a betY queried a JNot just but later I may make a ifew Then the Tammany leader turned to tho Every vote for n saf ll1 ls a vole lo increase the power poll 1011 Trusts benefit the few and will vote o a rusts enet t ibno llepubllcan State Committee I harm the Employers that the Domoarats have plurailtvl materially to strengthen these Sards as sSiawj Botih parties agree ithee is no sign of a torn in the The World cor In an efforit to get the caiuso of nhis seeming idaa s uh iflio vtews the tellers tf ami Thu RepubllOains flred toljo sreiteat de fectton in thedr vote dtio to tho itkwi ito These ononopollca ihave behimd in Indiana a piaill of articipation ry in the State figlit has caused much bad AMEND GOEBEL Beckhaai Snyn It In tt Good but Prejudice It Special to The Kentucky General Asseortbly convenea today In extra of Beokham was read and an ad journment taken until Tho message deals only with the election After discussing the Goehel which he declares a good law but un satisfactory owing to he urges that so so fair an election bn passed tnat no citizen can complain thla whether he be victor or van as to proper recording of the and the victory awarded to him who deserves Amid the great number of bills to be proposed Is a bill copied from the Ohio election and it Is said thla bill will foe strongly urged before the Democratic The Republican members will ake no definite action at The House Is composed of sixty Demo forty Republicans and Brown nnd the Senate of bwentyfive Democrats and thirteen There ore four Brown Democrats in the Senate and eight conservative Democrats in the but It la believed twenty Demo crats in the Senate and sixtyDemocrats n tha Bouse trill go into caucus to se eot an election bill to be made a party This caucus may be held the ast of the The Mils cannot be ntroduced until the rules are suspended Hartand accused as an ac sessory In theGoebel was re at 1 tlmeis are Nine years ago the banks of the State held paper for borrowed money and bills redlscounted to the amount of but on June 4 of this year tt was only Our people have so much In the banks that banking has In many Instances besome unprofitable and some of the bankers have gone out of There liiui recently been u decrease of thirty liunkn In the The real estate owned by the banks in Kansas some months ago was valued at This was real estate on which they had Now it amounts to only Such figures tell their own AND NOW ITS Another Biff City Ban Hope of Special to The to the Republican National Committees campaign fund from Cincinnati have been so meagre that Senator Hannas displeasure 4s said to have been In Hhe committee has had a representa tive here for a One Wg manu haa set down for 2 suffering oinid inaotory afltier factory lhas been shut dowm and now TSie Glass Pcxttany Iran and Steel Wire Nail IVust aim Bicyole ihava thrown out ft employmant Choxjugrh no fault in dttflainee of tihe domiand for the products of itoelr aiave toeen comjuHea ito work and suffer far ittoe necasssl tlesof Througlhouit the nuajniUtoctmrtag dls triots of Indlama oomw ona oral that is for cantrol of nationwl ailrs by a iplanity iwlll irajve itiha ponxir to enact Jegilslajblon ithajt wJll mil compettblon toy every mjun to his own aind oceo oompotlttan ifor hs produot in the Closely allied to ithifls class of vatera re toe itraiveillitng Ttoeru no out of InddainaipoHis suloaa 700 Itnavetlline whose ane aind Anderson Ftort Wlayme larad OSviainavllile as many TWaae men igoJmst itihe Too Paramount The elements that won the victory for the RepuBlicane to 1806 aie vteorously opposed to ilhait party ISils year and ars as enthusiastic fov Bryan as they wete for McKinley four years The former Gold DemooratB have abandoned their natty organization because of the paramount issue of Imperialism and are in for A few of tiho leaders tried to keep up the flffht for jyioKlnley this but early In the summer found It was and one bv ona got into gave Moat of the small office B declined to saylne they toad only had positions a few months and would be called upon fora two per assessment for the local election In tew STOLL CLAIMS Chairman of the Republican State Com mittee of at National iewtodftjr reporte4 of SenAtpr of will speak here on and then make a tour ot ttie Northwestern Senator ot s ColoTOdp Senator willnot speak outside of Iowa except to Ml engagemefitB onaxJe betore toli am potetment to the Cujloro will praoticaii tion is so onuman power is a deflidJy dan getfous both n business tana gov You In the imperialism rud by and you see St i in tho It Is the same thing cssed to different tit It will be throttled by toe voters shouted while his ad breathed sighs of relief and mur uibllcan apathy IB all fos agL hai M thi mil mu erg lie Peo rol laj Deri Sta Ing prii sal wil T dead 1 of Rep lie wont ds riot lack ofen but lacjc of votes that the Repub s fear this outrast the eviuenoes of public feel today and four years Talk people our dowtntow ts and you will find are for Br ring I tell y I own thai business most of The trust question oiu how few McKinley banners are nnd how many Bryan le have decided that Bryam is not to hurt the Sobody to 1s half so much afraid of him aa itre of his Is destined to be a year of let exSenator Murphy do the talk in State Asked arios would Indlpate the If to Demoi dayi iocratlo date for Murphy hey will very strongly indicate who riot be the Democratic is slap at Coler caused the Tam yltes present to laugh ed as to the probahlMty of Co leijs tihe exSenator said Seen No Olmuce for Coler hasno more of th lut of Chairman of tho Senate Committee on Foreign Rela tions and one of the commissioners who negotiated the Treaty of discussed the issues of the campaign at the Ham ilton Clubs banquet He said the Democracy demands the reversal of every dcmesttc amd and ex which hns made the Adminis tration of President McKinley The Kansas City he does not denounce the Administration of President McKinley for dts failures It condemns it for its After commending the wise conserva tism and the unflinching of President McKinley in relieving our Legation and at the same time maintain ing proper relations with the Chnese Senator Davis said he thought tho nations policy as to China should be as follows It must rescue its It must exact indemnity for all injuries to person or It will insist that China shall observe all treaty stipula tions and under any and all con ditions of cepslon or foreign the open door shall remain shall use no military force for conquest and have no concert with any European power except to rescue our citizens and We covet no Chinese arid we will acquire We desire no territorial sphere of Influence We will givo no approval or moral or to the dismember ment of or to the extinction of her sovereignty by tha of spheres of Influence by any European I look for a regeneration of China as the result of the convulsions she is now It will come to pass not by tho partition of that mighty and Im memorial but by Its full entry into commercial relations with the other nations of the The process will not be a long Imperialism Is not the paramount Issue of tho campaign and cannot bo made The adjustment of any ques tion as to the Philippines Is to be con sidered after rebellion against thei sov ereignty and authority of tho United btatea put The para mount issues this year are financial and Shall the antiprotection party of 16 to 1 be put In power to ad vance Its principles by the enormous powers of executive influence In case Bryan is and win the first engagement in a campaign the next battle of which will be for the control of both houses of Congress The conditions and situations as to Cuba and the Philippines are the We never joverelgnty over We have sovereignty over the When we Intervunod as be tween Cuba and Spain the Cubans wore in arms fighting for their independence nnd were practically When we Invaded the Philippines the natives were not in We never promised to glvjB Independence to and they did not demand it at that Before we Invaded in the very declara tion of war against this Govern ment did promise to plve independence to that We marto no such prom ise as to Porto Our title to Porto Rico and the Philippines upon the aame Incontestable and yet I have not Heard that even the Dsmocriioy pur Doses or wishes to areot Porto RJco Into an Independent I shall not detain you with anv dis cussion of thisbugbear Wo are crippled today by Inadequacy of our military force In nerforming our as to our people in The events in that empire flom as did our unpropared condi tion at the beginning of th2 Spanish how suddenly and unexpuctedly crises may arlsewhlch wHcall for the exercise of our military power anfl find It entirely flve millions of free vast In ex need ihave no fear that nnempire will be erected upon the iulns of the Re public by the scattered forces of an army of But If an Increased army loafs to so does an Increased and yet we hear no iword of protest from the Democratic because such protest bn carry ing the argument too arid yet a in the establlahmont of mili tarism or could reduce pur coast cities could attack could hold the arsenals amd wtraitetrlc points all our and do as much and possibly than an toward the this Government or tflie change of Ita After a Long Process of the Trusts Open Their HAS MONEYTOBURN NOW Will Go West Soon and Disturb the Apathy That Has Settled Upon the ROOSEVELT TO PLAY taxMayor Strong Planning for An other Bnaineaa Mena Hoot to Spealc Senator Mark Banna received news yesterday that the corporations would produce sufficient financial assistance within Hhe next few days to enable the National Committee to pay ita bills and extend Its Ttals arrangement was road at a meeting in the New York Life Insurance Company where the Senator met of the trusts and other financial and concluded his series of talks to Then he caused it to be announced that he saw hia way clear to leave the city day next and he would go out to Chicago to stir things UD and disturb the apathy that Beared to have settled on proceedings out He said it was not his In ten H V Weatbut he would make short visits East every time finan cial or ofher eondltiohs made it neces While Senator Hanna was quite chip Pi hhe Prosneots of getting finan cial he was not willing to give out how much toe had In When to tell the public the amount that had been promised him he answered It is nobodys business how much money I De an exhibition of his prowess with the Punching when he geits to South Roosevelt said a few days ago he yearned to go to the cattlemens meet ing Just for the fun of participating In the sport ot punching and giving an exlbitton of his prowess in hitting mark and using the toowle This tickled Senators Hanna and Scott and they let him have his ExMayor Strong told Senator Hanna yesterday that the Dry Goods Mer chants Association would open head quarters at Broadway street at which and Leonard time Secretary War Root would make a and arrangements would be made for a bus iness mens He also said the Sound Money Com mercial Travellers League or Bantaeabout the do ef Senator WilliamM Stewart spent the morning with Senator Hanna arranging for a speaking tour through the In speaking of his flopifrpm Bryan to McKinley he said I have not flopped Bryan I am still of honest money issued by tho In ls8G Bryan represented the cause of financial re Now He has abandoned that issue and flopped into arms of Agul GORMAW FOR Will Aiil In Campaigrn an Step to Regaining the Special to The au thoritative announcement that ex Senator Gorman Intendsto take an active part in the campaign causes no Gorman wants to return to the Senate when G Wellington retires In and he knows the first thing ho must do Is to ibe reg The exSenator will vote for Bryan and help carry Maryland lor Mm cause the Legislature to be elected in will choose bhe successor to Wel and Maryland goes Demo crStlo this yeai Gorman thtoka there will toe mo In securing a Legislature in GOLD MAN SAYS BRYANS EVERLASTINGLY He a and Four Yearn ABO Wortcefl Overtime to Help Special la The OMobi UewJs nomlnatioa than I have he never any at Croker Murphy are experl ng great difficulty In the selection Gubernatorial It is wn positive that Edward Jphn an H others have refused to allow the us of their E enator of and ex ator Pattersonof are ctha only Democrats who are the candidacy with to con was sold at the regular Democratic that Colors name be iante3 even f It uM be knojra that he woiudi receive a dozen There were many ers at milCampbell h GREENES Hnitllnff Campaign Here After State Nothing doing Init there wljl be next said Prands of the County Wo are ready tobegtaiwork jtist as pooh as StateConiventtonimakes Its edltor amid turopnWtor at Itho Dalffly wOM maa the leader of itihe Democnlajts tour years ago and worked overtime to compass aletMon of BresJdemt to day jUblilahea a loras Blened editorial In to cWmjeB out for Bioiwley says fihiat iBryiama In dianapolis speech was the delivery Ot a profound patriotic statesman his umiallwnmienlt of itlhe aniaaiatflo PthilUpplwe ipoltay of the masterly and mnd itlhait aJH lUhe tlvjns Issues to exjumdlly Darao oraJtte Brad i Olevelnndc Friend for Wo WorWt HxAsaem blyroaa Hallidayr the most prominent Gold Democrat to anr nounoes he wllj vote for HalHday has Intimate with ex President Cleveland and has been bit terly opposed to free itert large majority were Coler p t f RICHARD IN PROPHETIC ELECTS WI1JH VOTES TO ij The following predictions wade Oroker yesterday at Democratic toeadquarters I New Torlc will give Bryan fA the very Anybody on the Democratic GubernMorlal ildiet can carry New York this i 1 Bryan will surely carry i iT will go will aro questipri will qp I No one is afraid of this qjhejt iear the OpeTORn is t4ie aanjferj I oanto and It Intentlon ail have a bustling I BhinH the Republicans In this County 10 Cotnimlttee wjll meet lay of tempoxary Ohalnmen to call 4Me various conveh tlona tp orflar at whlcto eDnaitors ABsemblymen will be IttVltanAiiusrlcan The Democratlo Club been organized with headquarters at 188 Grarod a member ship of over ThePrepidBntls Bryttfla A Weak Stomach any tmtt IN tailoring can allord to iflHore our stock w Ufa if fttv Mat arade worK ana exceptional in prevailing CWU CWt PiiMII ft LADIES HALB8 UTOPIAN MONTHLY jive Little Ones A Start on the t maybe a source of much solace and profit to them some THIS SALE AFFORDS THE GREAT EsT OPPORTUNITY OF ITS EVER Eight Square Eleven 19 Elegant Taken back anytime in ex change for Uprights and full amount The above include Hallett Chicfceringv A number of good J Upright i Including some excellent makers at Rentals f Fulton a Flatbush JERSEY CITYi Montgomery NEW 25 East 14th 599 Broad J Repair Department at out i 1068 to 1088 Atlantic The easy economical shoo for progressiye men is tho Douglas A perfect shoo that holds its shape and flt until worn Over vorn satisfied Established in i Why do you pay for slices when you can buj Douglas shoes for which are just as A SHOE FOR Tho real worth of our shoos pared with other makes Is Wears the largest makers and retailers of mens shoos 16 tho Wo make and Bell tnora than any other two In tUo United The magnitude of our a perfect system of and our method selling direct to tho wearer at one through our 01 retail stores in the large enables us to produce a higher grade ehoe than oan bo bud A THE REASON more shoes are sold than any othermake is bocauMB THEY ABE THE Sfnt anywhere for Catalogue DOUQLA8 SHOE MliW iuuiv Nuaau Ski lit 433 corner Uowudj corner 8th 1349 coraf11 36th 345 8th 974 3d i 2202 8 oorner 120th 220 West 125th BROOK Fulton corner Pearl 494 Btl i 708 oorner Thornton i 18ff corner Gates JBHSBIY CITiW 10 Nowark Broad I Theatrical Goodd in large all in bright Plaited Lisle Cotton and AT VERY LOW Tinsel Spangled Estimatei and every information furnished by mail Special Orders filled at short 8 9 For 26 yeara I have boon curing mens them to health and renulur ot ndKet o WASTING WBAItKI NERVOUS DBBIUTY PHOSTBpnl AND 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