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   World (Newspaper) - October 14, 1885, New York, New York                                BEAM OUR OWN RECORD Anil Every T in of of V A of 115 CORDIALLY INVITED Tlin Proprietors nncl of nil Nnw York Newspapers ciin visit TIIK WOUNDS Press Room nnd verify I TIIK WOlthDS Circulation of Over a Million n Week NEW OCTOBER PRICE TWO CONFLICTING WAR INTENSE EXCITKMEVT IRBVAIUNO ALONG THE WHOLE TURKISH Servliinml IlnlKiiriiL nt Facli Knftlnnd nnil Irnnro to Itrniuln Iarlnlium Think Kervlu unil lire Iulitlciil AfliUm In The war clouds continue to gather In number nnd and the linur for tho thunder clnsh thut nmy bo tho signal for ft bloody war or HerlcH of wars appears to bo closer lit hand than at this time It IH now more than 111 spile or the fact tliat the powers arc Btlll striving to preserve that war will bo Tho main question at present HCOIIIH to bo how to confine the coming conflagration to an lim ited uxpaco as possible under the When inaHHCH of armed and excited men are facing each each animated with the Idea that right and Justice are on their It takes hut an outpost skirmish to net ttic ball of war rolling with It now seems that tho Turks are not In the utter of expected anil calculated upon by the Quixotic and the Sidtan ap pears prepared to rive Itoumclla and Irccco all Iho fighting they have been looking for and probably more than any of them After weeks of preparation the Turkish troops aro reported to bo marching towards the frontier to still further complicate Instead of con centrating their forces against tho common It would appear that Servia and llnlgurla ore now quarrelling at short range between them selves and an outbreak of hostilities between these States may bo Of course this Is playing Into the SiiltanH and the In ternal dissensions predicted having tho Hltnattou becomes still more with Tur key the gainer The Turkish forward movement need not nccoHsarlly mean an attack upon cither Servia or Eastern but merely a step taken to prevent any advance of their re spective armies into Turkish territory A collision may be expected at imy though the messengers of peace arc still coining and going between the rival The received during the that Ser vian troops had already crossed the frontiers of Ilul have created unusual the object of the advance It is to Immediately occupy Ak 1alanka In force as well as to take up ntrulcglc positions on the frontier commanding tho roads to the Hiilgarlnn News confirming these last reports is awaited with TUHKIH1I TUOOITi According to a despatch received today from Koflu I liu Turkish garrison of Salinlcals now march Ing northward towards the llulgarian and the Bulgarians have thrown up Intrcuchments at where they propose to await the This report Is probably us the Turkish Government has been concentrating troops at Hal onlca for weeks and the despatch of a number of men lo tho this action having repeatedly been taken during tho last eight may havu originated the FBANCK AND KNDLANO From 1arls today it Is wired that Lord the Ilrlllsh and do the French Minister of Foreign have arrived at an underatandlng by which their respective govern ments shall observe a strict neutrality If Turkey should become engaged In a war with any of the Balkan Hlulcs or Ireeco and tho other powers should liold This condition Is and would seem to Imply that If any of the other powers Pninco and England may also take a hand in tho In 1aris Itls believed that hostilities aro inevita as both Servia and Ureeco continue to disre gard the injunctions and warnings of the powers to adopt a peace and state that they will keep quiet only on condition that they aro This ncwu was sent provlous to the meeting of the Canlnct it Is has again advised Servia to Btop her war preparations and adopt a peace Tho Journal cut commenting on tho Kaatcrii says In view of tho pre tensions of Jho minor It Is evident that a conservative in accordance with the exist ing off ere till best chances to prevent tt vast conflagration In tho Balkan BKIIVIA AND 011KKOK CONHIUKKK1 IN At a Cabinet Council held in Paris today It Is Bald a number of despatches were read showing that tho serious war preparations of Turkey have considerably cooled tho ardor of the war party In Hcrvlu and and that affairs In those king doms arc assuming a more peaceful It Is now said to bo believed In Purls that both Servia and Greece will hesitate a long time before provok ing tho 1orto lo resort lo offensive 1 his would IjidlcaU a very rapid change of Tho consular reports aro said to have greatly re vived the hopes of diplomatists In Iarls that a blood less settlement of tho Houmclian question may yet bo arrived The TIIIIIIS says Austria has Joined itusslu In demanding tin lie status quo bo restored In Kastorn Tills looks very much as If the recent mtteiun between Turkey and Knglund by which tho former was perhaps furnished with tho funds which to equip her fighting men has been pro ductive of a more peaceful aspect of and tho old saying that tho surest way to have peace Is to bo ready for war would scorn to have been ouco nioro proven 11C1IOUH P1IOM A despatch from Belgrade today says tho Gor man Minister has started for Nlssu to counsel King In his reply to the Turkish Ministers demand for an explanation of Scrvias warlike Is reported to have Bald that ho had nothing to add to the Information contained In tho recent circulars sent lo tho In diplomatic circles at Holgrodo Hie opinion is expressed that a favorable moment for Servian action will bo al lowed to Tho Greek Inhabitants of Salonloa aro said to be excited over the Uoumollan question and In sym pathy with Considering that Sulonlcu is crowded with Turkish It would bo unhealthy lor Hie Greek Inhabitants of Halontca to be of any other way of thinking Irlnco Hlsmurck has despatched B special commissioner to King Milan to urge upon liiui the necessity of A COLLKCTIVK NOTK TO TIIK OcU Tho confercnoo on tho Koumellan question has embodied a i which IB being prepared by Count the Italian to bo presented lo the Iho note advises tho Porto to recognize the union of Itoumella and and opposes a further vlo that Prince in reply to the second circular of tho approves tho im mediate taking of acllve measures by Turkey un less Hervlu and Ureeco accent tho mTlio Minister of the Interior lias received a telegram from King George In which tho King thanks his stibjcclfl for lliclr patrlotlo sen tlmonur Students here aro appealing to students throughout Kurope to ralso tholr voices against tho Injustice done to tho Urcek nationality through tho Bulgarian Tho Archbishop of Ztinto offers to devote his whole stipend to tho national A IlmHWiiniur Found rcntwarnor named Hhoohan Was found dead on tho roadside near Traloo this Uo loft Tralco ut seemingly in good health and The Nationalist Convention for nominating can didates for souto in Parliament for thlB oltv US Sled today and selected editor of the nation Sullivans and Sir Henry GraUon The latter gen tleuianaiiiotlierwasttgranddaughUir ot tliolflght Henry who brouglit forward In 1780 ana irai i the famous Bill of adsertlug the ol Ireland to Kiels Canadian who was bringing with him an Important document respect Ing the The Court postponed un til the The courtroom was but there was no Kiel has been further respited to the th Wrlilun an lln1 Weldon appenrwl hern lust night as the lirrolnu In a drainii entitled Not written by herself and Jeorgn Lain created a good Impression ill dclleienf Hhe tier Sho In histrionic ApprnirliUlnK African The Spanish from Iernando on the west coast of In the Hlght of has eiilircd tlie Naha Illvcr and declared sovereignty on both banks of the lor assistance iuU tho ItoyrollliiK ItnnliiitiMl 111 OcU The Landlords Union shipped a nnmlier of cattle The nituemcn continue to boycott the steamship lloyoottcd per sons are pouring demands olllcepf the Uefelise KxpulHlnn ofllie Orlrnnn municipal authorities propose to auk the liivennncnt to expel the Orleans Princes from France and declare that an altempt to restore tho monarchy Is treason and the penally Planning Another Koyiil Wedillnft It Is nimored that a marriage Is meditated between Princess King Alfonsos youngest and Prince heir apparent to the throne of and tbn OcU Herbert In an ail dress this declared 10s father was In favor of excluding bishops from tho Uoiwe of Hporlu from thr Lord Salisbury officially announces that Parlia ment will be dissolved on Tho Indian Government has abandoned tho pro posed expedition to Mandalay and has sent a de mand to King Thecbaw to receive the British Hesl with duo TJiMlEST AND A ire ireAviKST STORM IN YEARS VISITS THIS CITY AND ENGLANDS LOVE FOR Ijinsdownn Tells Itrilliili Columbia 1cople bill Tliny lire Well OcU special despatch from to the Yesterday Die viceregal puny Insixictcd the dry dock at Ksqul They also visited tho navy yard and the war ships In the and were entertained by Ad miral Seymour at a banquet to his Kxcellcncy 01 board the Dryad In the at which HK prom incut men were Tho speech of his Excel luncy was a long occupying over un hour li Its He referred to tho great timber growth nnd Its Importance to The completion of the rail he would open up latent resources li HI mine and He dwelt 01 the conlniHtlng the severity of tlio winters In liuslern Canada with tbelr mildness In HrillMh The completion of DID railroad would he pump blood and vitality Into ull In The relations between lireai iiritaln and the colonies were referred IIH were also the polit ical changes In Tim spnuker urged thai before an atUMiipl was miido lo idler or Improve DIUHU relations tho people should be brought lo a realization of the advantagesDial Ihe present mulu of things llu Bald ho believed ilmt If It were shown Unit the colonies wero not allowed u Hiilllclcnt opportunity of making their wlslicn known at nine out of ten ICngllshmcn would bu anxious to Improve those Ho ro ferrod to tho resldcucu of a representative of tho Crown ut the Dominion capital and of un agent within u stones throw of the Colonial oillce In Lon Ho believed that Canadians viewed with suspicion any proposal of u union with ireutllrl luln und her llscal In Ihe event of an ullllln tliin Canada would huvo to respect the Ireuly obllgu lons of Iho whole Ho would regard wllh apprehension uny however well lo Invent a financial system appllcublu lo Die dlfltjr cnl parts of Iho llrlllxh Kmplro wllh their varying he wus sometimes Incompallble e WU He believed tliat on tho defense ipiestlon thu colonies should huvo tho use of all means und power Ui slronglhcn their local defenses and place tholr forces In condition to luko iiurl lu any emer Ho condemned Imperial us tho mcmnors from tho colonies would bo lost In Iho Houso of lie believed that tho empire was worth preserving for ourselves und those who will como ufter The UovcrnorOonerul suld Oreut Ilrltulns feel ings lowurdH her colonies hud occupied three posi tions of grasping which ended In the IOSH of thu American colonies next cumo u period of whllu the lunl wan one of slrong desire for u cloner union lor Tho JovcrnorClencral favored u conllnuanco of tho prenenl relations rulher than The gen eral opinion In that ho simply voices the feellugs of the Canadian people In this Hnrb Pniniitfr Inflicted nt Itrlnhlnn Where Milcn of the Ollirr Sniull Strurtiirrit and 1nrt nf tlin Ilencli nre Uiinhid A helivy dtorm ulrnck Die clly and vicinity shortly ufler midnight und continued until ycnlcr lay A heavy gale was blowing and ren ilered umbrelhiH alnioKt Al 7 oclock yeH tiTdtiy morning the wind blew ut Sandy Hook at the rule of fiftylive miles an although In this clly tin velocity WIIH twentytwo had increased to thirty shortly before Oreal damage done lo telegraph wires und tho business of the Western Union and other tele graph companies WLR delayed ull through the coun Thu storm WIIH general nnd ut the Slgnul Servlcc station It was reported that the cyclonu hud moved In a northwesterly direction und that rain had fallen from the lakes to Tennessee nnd from tho Valley to tho Atlaulio being heaviest at points along tho Up to o oclock lasl evening but ono steamer had been reported coming In over the OutHlde of Sandy Hook the man In tho looknut tower reported thick weather wllh strong northeasl and a heavy sea breaking along the Several ves sels lying at anchor near Quarantine dared not venture to and lieyond tho steam ferryboats tugs the harbor WUH shorn of At Hay Itldgc tho waters dashed furiously on the but there were no yarhtH In the basin to be driven all having sought the shelter of Clowunus The Statcn Inland ferryboats were some what but no accident Along the llullery the water lushed against tho stone pier throwing spray OH far as Die gross plol nnd rendering Die oulnlde walk HoiithStrect was Hooded In some portions by Die unusual high flood bnl the damage was luslgnlflcant During Ihe heaviest portion of the storm u limb of the gnarled old weeping willow In Howling Circen which IIIIH the slormsof many The storm al Coallc Harden furious enough to drive JommiHBioner from his favorite fish ing spol on the lower end of Itio und John Moore remarked H muni bo blowing big guns lo scare Die Commissioner Tin HUmn struck Long Island In the early hours of the as the tldo and wlm rose the great wavcn were driver on Coney scooping oil hundreds ol tons of mind every Again and ngali the mighty forco of the waters was liurlu against the little breastwork of piles and plunking and fancy summcrhouKCH In front of the fashion able The nolKo of the atlack was llko un ur tlllery each wavo OH It full from Its foaming crasl canning u reverberation like thu booming o u hundred great Lltllo by liulu Ihu waler and as It rme th planking gave way heru and Then wllh u tsh Iho ocean cupltirod all Die spacu In fronl of llu rlghton llcach tearing up the pretty twin denuding the musicstand of ull the flooring urrylng tho little summerhouse out to sea am veiling the giiHflxlures whero Iho prctly colore ghlH used lo shlno HO atlracllvcly on warm Jill lint IhlH was not Across th ear space It rolled to the steps of tho hotel here II broke und carried destruction on clthe On the east tho little shooting gallery an holograph establishment wero wrecked and foul tins of spray duHhod high In the drugstore wher odawuter wus once so freely Furlhi It went until mingling wllh tho wnlcn f thu swollen creek an inland sea WUH forme caching nearly lo Ihu racu Tho Concours n Die WCHI WUH ull under water und the WUVL ere carrying thllher an ImmenHO quantity of Inn SHOT HIS WIPE AND Jolm of Suyn lie Did the Deed for Jolm Iloffman shot his wife at 10 Park uud Dion shot Hoflmun und his wife did not live day night Hoffman whipped his tenyearold und tho boy run uwuy from homo und remained out all Yesterday afternoon tho father wont to 10 Park to Imiulro aflor Dm ho was und met his They hud souio when lloffmun sud denly drew u revolver from his pocket und began firing ut his Ho fired three shots ut ull of which took effect In tho buck of hor und then shot himself In tho The polled wero summoned und husband und wlfo were taken to Michaels where they now Ho In u very procarlouH lloir liiail said to u policeman thut ho hud shol his wlfo for und that ho wus If they could not live together In this world and bo they should bo together In tho nuxt Uouuiuit keeps a saloou ou llloomllold Ploulml Pork UIIK lip on a BIKCIAL TO TUK Bovoii yours ago u farmer near hero accidentally led seven or olgh hogs a quantity of brlno uud they drank largely o It uud Tho carcasses wero thrown lino un uuusod well nnd covered Tho farmer ufter wurds sold out lo Putrlck who know nothing of tho while digging i deep ditch across Iho NIcholHons met found ono of the curcassus ton feet from Iho sur II was well preserved und apparently tho strouks of lean and fat moat being very dlsuncL Bomo neighbors who knew of thu we uud tho death of tlio nogs explained tho The llaneroft The stanaarcta Berlin corre spondent says tho United States proposes oorauipto an early agreement the German Government with reference to the Bancroft us coses of expulsion and enrol Sent of Americans llvlugin Germany In tUoarmy Imvo largely Klula Oiuin appeal of Louis tho leader of tho halfbreed Insurrection In the North IIU west came up today for IIU tondon Franoli ol lie ewe unw tue arrtYU 01 8lx Counterfeltcra Caught In United States Score Service ottlcors raided a camp of eleven counter foltors In Clarion capturing six The others escaped Into tho At a prollml nary this tho prisoners wer neld for The officers refuse to glvo the namo of those as thoy hope to seuure the rust o tho guug before many Counterfeiters huv boon plying tholr vocation quite successfully li Jefferson and Forest Thoy huv been engaged In tho manufacture of spurious sllvc and had u thorough syuloui of placing tluitu In lUduced Ucpiibllcun municipal uloctlo here today wus closely Tho Uopubltca tlckol was elected by a reduced Mr late Chief Ini was elect election was leutor of tho Postonico layor bv us Tl cr from Ilrlghton and piling It up almost us there by human lly thedi in was A vast sen rolled iinlnte iiplcdly between Hrlghton and brcu ng over Die rullroud llfllng Die floors of th lathing pavilion and scooping out the sand froi inder it so Dial Die slrucltiru now seems U stand o Four small sallboatH wero driven up tl ovu and sank near KheitpHhcud whllu the lino if the new Iron pier wits slightly lly the waters began to but for ovc wo hours cominiinlcullon between Ilrlghton an ho olher hotels wus cut off und It stood In tt centre of n vusl connected with thu mulu bin inly by the Ihln Irack of Die rullroud In Die reu AlKiut 1 oclock the angry wuves hail rclrcutci cuylnga vast hollow covered with debris who once hud been the sundy tho grassy law on hand to look after their bill there no damage The Ilrlghton Hcach some people will ow have lit be moved bnek so IIH to maki another each In With another such storm the ocean 111 be lapping the al every high TIIK reporter noticed that Die wavex were not ark blue or but iictmiily yellow with the iiantltles of sand scooped up from the In consists the greatest Ions to the A few lloilHlind dollars would repair nil the ul It will be next to an Impossibility to restore tin BO greatly encroached on by the to H former Al Hhcepsluad Hay the tide was very Ocean venue being flooded for a quarter of a Waler ntered Die cellars of almost all Die Tlio iiur Kailboats which were sunk vere owned by iiptuln Muulton and a club called The Al midnight the lido wns again breaking the each but the wind had gone down and UH fury was although Die water reached ipiUc an high H In Die Fortunately no loss of iifioi urrcd and the larger which arc the only nes at present are HO Irmly built Unit no lunger was apprehended of serious damage lo At Rocknway lleach the storm was higher than It las been for years previously and the hole venin IUH were All tho wooden walks and mininghouses wero washed out to Al Long Iranch a similar condition of affairs Along he eastern shore of Slaten Island Die wharves WITO and a large Hhlp was blown from her unchorugi out lo Robblns reef The coalladen schooner which sprung aleak Monday whllu being lowed lo IhiH clly and nnk live miles off tho Highland of has iccn broken up by tho heavy Most of her leek nnd a porllon of her rigging were washed ashore near Keabrlghl A bad wanhoul occurred near Seaside on Die 1hllndclphlu und Long Hranch Division of the Pennsylvania romplcUjly blocking Iruvrl bciween Long ranch and Seaside The trains of dlvl ion reached Long Hrunch by wuy of Freehold und Tho lugboats Annie Williams and Hlght Itower woro torn from their moorings ut and were driven upon tin Slatcu island CapL Georgo wulcr loat drugged her anchor und was dashed to pieces igalnst the William Dooleys ways opposite on the Stuten Island were swepl uwuy by the gule and OHIO TURNS FORAKERS ELECTION JEXERALLT CEDED M COX itirrowly escaped the same SJ house Two canalboats which he used as a breakwater were broken to ileces and scattered over tho The end f the new Krench pier 8 at Constable Honk was carried and a largo ship lying at was Irlven from her All tows from Maltl inore and Itarltan had to imt Into tho northeast har jor on the Jersey shore below Hossvlllc fur Iho lido was tho highest known In twentythree STORMS SOUTH AND Carried nnd A UOHM ut The Htnnn if IJIMI WIIH iiiUt iluHtrucilve In tlilH city and A niiuiliur o finu oriiiiintMiUil trucHon tlwnirntH wuru uprooted und u imintaT or ituw In inncan of UJiwlnjcUon were dam u A portion of tho bridge over tho nnrthwcHt brunch ofthn connecting thin city wltli Anne Aruwlol wiw blown away and n HRU lion on the city Hide pen havlnjc hecn Tho creature was seen tlilfl morning going down Chctia pcake OcU Tho wind Iiita bncn blowing a velocity of from tlilrlyulKlil to forty two iiiltoH per hour hero Hlnro curly tliln Til In IH tlio Kreutcflt veloilly wind ILH me Nu to Hhlpplnu huvuyul A tfrllln WiJld Hlonii hiis provuiled hero Hlnru curly tills Tliu it u n tint u building JlHt be In WIIH blown down HIJH Olio who on tlio rout imiiliiKon OHouped with HllKht ThrniiKhiiiit tltu country dlHtrlcUi coiutlderablu dainuKe hccii donu to NKW Tlin Hchoorier bound from Hit Hil Klver to Now York with uot rutiKlit In tho piltt on tho Hound curly tlilH inonniiK und WUH Hhe wiw lowed Into ihlw port lor llur dun 111140 will WIIEUE JS THE JOHN 8TAHIX Hnme UneoHlnnHH Kelt KcKtirdliiK a Suiim bunt Ovrrdun lit Now A dCHpatch wna received at TIIK ofllco yesterday afternoon Html UK that the HtcuniiKyit John between thin city and New had not arrived ut tho latter The Ntarln left here Monday evening and WUH duo at New Haven yesterday At HturhiH wharf It wimHuld that there won no imciiHlneHK felt ahoul tlio IIH MoAJllHUir WUH careful and and on account of tho tttrong easterly galo and thick weather Monday night he hud probably made u hur bor Hoiuowhore on tins A despatch wan received at tho onieo yeHterday Haying thai the Hturln had not thru ar rived ut Now but no leant were OH to tier Bhe had on board about thirty The KnwtiiH running on tliu wiinu left buit night at nluo NKW It IH thought by many tliat ild DlO bOIird i unir in luuiiuiib lly imtliy IIHIL Then the hotel peoplo began They know something serious has happened to liio John hut they must muko every moment Hell If they j bucuiise sho hus not been uiporlcd from any wished to prevent further In twelve of tho liilermodluu porls between this city ami New hours the lidc would come back reinforced wllh ad Telegraphic messages were scut out to va Illlonul volumes of caused by Iho violent rious points along tliu but these soulhciisl wind which hud been blowing ull failed to reveal her Hho Is u Ihls would so pllo up tho wuter biilweun the 700ton onoplpu sldowheel und was Island and New Jersey shore Unit u tldo much built twelve yours of Ihu treuler than thut of tho morning would be sure lo sloumer which left New York to bo again beating on Iho bench before day und arrived hero tonlglil two hours says CliilinlnK Tlin turo Certiilnly Kiptihllciin 1111 Joint Ilitllnr Clone llslit In Tin ProhU liltlon Volo tlnin Inil Ifruwu frnm lloth All JMrclliill Vnld of Jtlnl and TO TMI 1 At nildiilght there are returns from onesixth of the prrrimitH of the State liy which the resnlt may be safely at for tlicKipnblliim lli licpullliiinn claim from to but the later returns du not Justify thu who Is at DemoiTatlc 1orakers flection and lakes tho result The only Interest now being kikcn by tho Democrats IH to find out how badly they are Thrro an but few returns on the legislative but they show Uopubltcan gains stiniclint to glvu the a majority of 10 or more on Joint and It may rangn twice The Prohibition votu will rciieh fully seeniH to have been drawn about equally from the two Thin Hie mosl unex pecUjd fealure of the There Is coimlderablo comment among DcmocraU an to the muses leoillng to the ami tho most commonly expressed opinion Is that It Is attributable to tho bad record of tho IOHI und tho treatment received by Tlmrman and Ills frlendH at thu hamlH of the selfslyled IicmocruUc IcaderH of the who seem lo have had u great deal more Influence In Washington than they wero entitled Cincinnati IB very Flftylwo precincts heard from Indicate a small Democratic Country preclncUi show gains for Foraker about tho same as tho general ratio elHcwhere In the the Democratic ran dldalo for 1roBccutlng ta qultu suro of election In the north western wortion of the Hlalc passed olf wllh u large vttttpockcl ThkH accountH for Die slow rclurns liuln fell ut InlervalH all Ue porW uro vury Ihus but they aru suillclcnl Ui Hiiow that In tlin Iweniy ixuintliH of Iho norlhwest only Iwo Uuputillran inenibcrH of Uiu LeglHlitlurc oni The DulnocratH fleet Iwentyfour ItLprtsentatlveH ami six There in a large In Democratic majorities on State HO thai Iho outlook at mid night Is favorable lo tho Un til fuller reports uro In both KldcH will pernUt In claiming the In the Democrats lost but not enough to more than knock a half on1 of the big Democratic majority two ago of Demo crats claim the State and Die IIV AtihOClATKO j llvo hundred and four wards und precincts in the State give u net Repub lican gain of If lite same ratio obtains In the remaining 1orakern will beaboul 1rlvatii desputchuH from Columbus Hay Sec retary of the Republican makeH this and thai the Democratic Com mittee concedes lloadlyH Klghlyllve preclnctH from llainllton County show a majority of The Hepoblkaii gain In Kric DtreefoiirtliHof haHbcen heard IH In Champaign onehalf heard Die Itepubllcan gain IH IS In Auglalso elghl axj Clarke HCVCII Two predncts of LucaH Cotinly show a Republican gain of One hundred and nlnety clghl preclnclH In the Stale Kliow ncl Hepubllcan gain of ThlHls nearly onelenth of Iho vollngpre clnclH In the It IH ImpoHKlblo yet lo compare Iho sourccH of gain of the Prohibition ImluciirHory examina tion of the reluriiH so far received Indlculu Deino cratlo losses whero Ihero aru Irohlblilon In olher wards no far IIH can now be HCUII Die Prohibition vote Is drawn from both One hundred and thirtyone net Re publican Tho Ku imbllcun ColumbiiH special says tlon In Ohio loduy piutsed off without any serloim iillliough In many sections of the stain the puny spiril ran high und personal colllsloiiH wero only avoided by thu cooler Puny lines wen closely drawn In some bill Die siTalchlng him been wllhonl u parallel In Ohio In lids city Din pencil brigade was mosl fornildahlo and Die ring candidate for Iho htiH bcon de foilled beyond u The counl In sarlly slow becuusu of tho manner Die cundldalcH have been that DIOT may have fully forty majortlv In the lower House and ten In theSonate but ihfa IH oHllmated on partial especially an to the stale Of Hie SenaiorH the claim Ilooilly arrived fnim Cincinnati at in and prorfidiil directly to Democratic wlierc Chairman the other members of thu and a few friends were Die The CloveTllor wiw nuked If In did not Itlink he wai and he replied No tills Iti a nlec close light und will not go either I tni Inelined igul ruy their only llopuof currvlng tho Is a nolid delegation from Hamilton ESTIMATES MADK AT Hepiibllrnli 1nprrn ClalniltiK the Clty nnd oiiiily for IIIV THE ABHOTIATKn indications aro that loraker han carried Clevcluml and County by about and that tho Republican county tlckel is elected by varying All over Die Western Kiwervo substantial Republican gains nrr and In only one town Obcrlln IUIH the Prohibition vote caused a Repntillcan A full voti WIIH polled tho election being without The will say tomorrow morning that tho whole stale Republican tlckcl IH eleetcd by from to Thu Legislature will bo Republican on joint with a good working majority In both The voto wan heavy and Republicans on Iho Western KiHcrvo came out In full every one feeling It u duty lo do idl In hlH power lo bring Diu counlry hack lo Republican Thin reHtilt will mcure the elec tion of a Republican Inlied Senator and tin early cuactinrnt of a law regulating Ihe liquor Imtila Another very probable renullof theelecllon will be to eliminate thirdparty prohibition from Ohio At midnight Major of tho said I think the Republicans havu from ilftcim to twenty Ihousaiid The IH In with rhanccH favoring u Republican majorlly on joint ballot SIIOT A GAMBLER TOLEDO CLAIMED IIY MOTH A CtnNn anil illncb llnulit Ovrr tbo Final IIY Tin weal her IH but the voU won very nearly up to thu average for u fall Everything paused of very lloth sldcH eliilin they will carry thii coiinly for their Hlulo and tin majority either way IH not likely to exceed There was much scratching on the luniiity MROHH County will give 1JX1 Republlran Tin Republlciui Senator and run ahead of Die lleket and thu whole Republican iMXiuly llirkel Is Republicans elect a Senator In Du Fourteenth Dlstrlclanila Uepresetitu llvu in WaHhlngton Uepubllcan state Cen tral Committee claims to have elected UcprcHcntu livcs In and Rons und SenaiorH in Uiu Twentyseventh and Twenlynlnlli Tun prcclmUs from Rlchland three wardn In give a net Republican gain of 1orlage 7 Ho Detno eratlu 7 M50 Replllillcan Melolo 111 I75 Repllli llcnn Heneea 11 Incliullng four nitrdHfif IW Republican stark 7 inetudlng Iwo wardH In Rejiiibllcan Hunimll 11 m Repilblleall Trmnlmll 7 In Toledo gavo u net Republican gain of UI ILEAIiY WOUNDED DURHG HER HUSIUNDS Sbn ICnKTlulnn Frnnk n ivho ClmnrM llrr Around Iho llooin nnd ShootH Her ho Only Wilnrmi if Ilio Tclln tlin Hlory to u Lizzie J years wns shnt nnil fatally wounded at her IMfl Kost Kortyfourth taut by Frank a young who had been paying atten tions to her for tlin pant eight or nlno The only wltncsn of tho tragedy was Henleys little HOII four years who was found alone In the room with hlH unconscious mother two hours after the The womans John Is by Ilaggas Kxpress Company at the Grand Union and does not generally arrive homo till late at Hi Is thirty years of ago and tho couple woro manled eight years when Healey was They oeeupy the ground floor of a nnd judging from their arc In comfortable llculcy had considerable company at ot which Hho was Among her acquaintances aro nnd Hnook IH an exsteward of tho Knickerbocker Ho and hlH wlfn live In Iho ami wero freiiuenl visitors at tho Yesterday uftcrnoon Snook left homo and told her htiHhund to eull for her at Healcys on his way homo In tho While ut tho houso young llrower also and remained until after tho SnookH had gone which wan at 0 About a oclock Catherine a called on but on opening tho door wag horrified to find the woman lying In u largo pool of blood In the middle of the floor In the Shi WIIH and her little boy Hat by her side sobbing Who did was the womans first and the child replied lie dinned mama ull round the and when he eaught her he put hlH arm round and bang went hlH Mama fell on tho Policeman William cumo In response to a nicHHagi and Kent for an Tho am bnlaliee Hlirgeoll from llellevnu Hospital cuHt u hur ried giunru ill Ihe prusinito woman and nuln Its nothing lint IIOHO bleedl und left tin Polleenian Ihun washed the blood Irom the wonniirH faeo ami discovered a lariti pistolshot wound on Ihe rlghl near Iho Another ambulance WIIH senl and call was not responded to till 10 when Ihe woman wan removed to Itellevuo where It wasnald that she could not llealy had been summoned und from Snooks leal lied who II was Dial had culled In tho Deieeiive of com was detailed to look for Urowcr und WUH ac companied by wlio H about Iwentyfour yearn la employed In Joe Murpeys gaming ut tho Word was sent to Hhocpsheud and men were that It IH very llected from all part tilwarkH against the probable thut the Sturln Is In llun collected from ull purls of Ihu Island Ui maku speudy llnglon with a iiumbur of olhur Htorni a cullhroat game played on Iho county ticket Myern cominenced the work of alter which he was cut right and left by Die frlendH of olher There IIIIH been k of alter which oceans lly u very i bound ortunulo foreslghl idl tho euslcrn end of Ihe hole ind been slreiigtheucd within the past two wuuks by luavy wooden piles und huge beams placed In Ihu cellar und running Iho uullro wldih of Die Ihls work hud only bocn completed on Had It not been done tho southouKtorn corner of the liotel would huvo probubly AH It was everythlng outside that corner up to tho brick foundation had been wrenched from Us Iho windows of the cellar hud been battened down with but In suite of thin considerable water had Men wcro employed to un screw tho large oruiitnontal guslampH on either side if the piazza stops If Htruck by the waves they would break like Thou attention wu directed to Having tho drug The steam sanif ilrlll was put to forcing water through a lonu driving the sund uwuy as It entered tin and making room for tho pllo whluh wid ammercd down by lm A double row strong posta soon encircled tho little building within und und beams cut from tho wrwjkugo close ut hand held U on every being fastened from tho row of piles to those Kuniors of the dcHtrucllon had reached Iho and numbers of persons wont down to witiicnl the Many took advantage of the cov ered end of tho hotel while others In wdter proof cloakx braved the driving rain Thu LoniMNirso WIIH practically tho Park De partment having taken tho precaution u mtiko a uloplng front ol asphalt on tho odgo of the ng ilcon lino thu This protected il part from being torn Tho gravel paths nearer Uiu hotel hud boou Jlssurcd aim lifted from their Bandy TrecH blown prostrated and ruudH under water marked tho approach to the The meadows wore ull At tlin West Knd TIlyouH bathing iiavillon was carried and much of tho plunking und small wooden In that vicinity obslrnct tho btuou no Curl tho gurdoncr of tho who has resided there slnco watched his fuvorlto evorgreoim fall ono by one Into tho surf and dlH uppeur out to To TIIK WOHLU roportor ho suit Wo had a little agitation ut tho high tldo last Imt this morning It uuiun on In mjl and Iho whole destruction WUH cuusoU In threo hours this Tho ulirubbory uud walks uro u total Them Is u little bond In tho at Uriglitoi and tlilu slight curve uoonw lo have met tho tall fury of tho Manhattan and tho Orlonta wore comparatively but part of tho fence In tho rear about Homo of Corblnto prop erty wan Thu Concourse WIIH literally covered with und tho frugal farmers o tho vicinity noon found At low tide hulf i liuudrud carta woro to bo BOOU on dltfcrout partn o the and tholr owners wore buBlly engaged In filling them with kindlingwood for the TUB maaagen ol UMgbWn Beaob Baw Oounw LeudH IL Treiuturor JO TIIK two weeks ago Treasurer of tho city of dlnappaurud und IIUB not been heard lie Is a iromlnent citizen of tho plaro und no cuimo him Mien UHHlgned for hlH hln uccounlH being tho took hold of the CUHO und they attributed It to an uftulr of tho t IH said tluu he was engaged to bo married to u iieutitlful wonuin of Htuunton lust but HIM ab lenco hiui of dXirse prevented Iho This s sultl to be thUKecond or nont has but the reason for U IH not HVinotprobublohehuH boon foully dealt with uud he w uxpocted to return at any Lniiliiluiiu TO 1IIB from llleuvlllo represent u reign of terror in portions tf growing out of neigh borhood rwo pursoiifl huvo been shot and fatally U IH and both whlui and IHVO taken from tholr tkil lo trees und vhlppcn Tho Huilu uuthorl lles havo tiken Htopn lo piinluli tlio unicorn uro lurching for iuv Olson an iieiiltenlliryand to pay a fortin Jawful ci all liuvlug retuned to ulodgo u tho Tucui All tlio Kmll aha editor of tho Hoiilonccd toBlx monlliu In thu Telonrupldo oulobratod ban null Nbot rUautlago du DBNVKI of Gwirgetov tiiKdiian iwnluiuaimt Ills llabllltinM aru ut ouautu about of the duf ot Albatw National wan ultfuhurtcud by Jadgn huolur m thu uultuil Hiatus Court tuday uu a duuiurror Ho wan ludloted tor TlulatloiiH of tlio National llaukliiff udwoproaoutuig to tile Kuuulnur his uwti Uidubtwt ut to tuo of Polloa John wh n a oanuulatu for thu olurkahlp of thu Court of Common and who wan youlurduy roiiuuntfld by thu lioard of olloo OommiutilimitrH to wuit lu hlu ro ply toda lu wliloh 1m touduruil hta roulKiiatlnn ui ro leplity Afarahal 1rny lias boon appolutod to nil tho v anoy and PolUiu John Ltuiuuu to bo Deputy S BtMUM it Hot InitraeUoa At thin thu relunm aru coming In slowly and From ruporls Dins tar received Iho Republicans have mado gains In lliulr own und Die Democrallc wllli Iho of oneprecinct In one In Henry and onu In Huron In Ihu last numed thu Prohibition votu WUH Thu Btiilo al IhiH hour is claimed by bolh bill Iho returns uro as yet too moagro to form a basis torn Should tho Republican gains continue in the same rutlo us Ihosu now Die Hlulo muy be sufely clulmod by Iho As yet no estlmulu cun bu mado as to Iho political complexion of tho Dospulches coming In al II oclock this evening from Republican and Dumocriillo strongholds show Republican Thu Hlxlh Wurd of Colum bus uhows u Republican gain of This Is u lurger majority limn wus given Hlulno lust The Third Wurd shows u Rupitbllcun gain of Tho Ropubllcuns will huvo to muko u gain of II In euuh precinct in the State to HoudlyH majority of two yours Two wurds In Sprlnglleld Hhow u nut Republican guln of Two wards lu Lunuuator snow Itupubllcuu gulns Of Tho excitement upon tho streets Is und Iho Hiisponsu und unxluly by Ihoso mosl Interested uro uppurenU A duuiatch jusl received from onu of the Western KcHorvo shows a Itupubllean gain In one iiruclnut of votes over that 01 Two precincts In lulllpolls show u not Hcpubllcun guln of The lilfth Wurd In Dullunco shows a Republican gain of Warren town llulmonl Uepubllcan gain Times spcolal says Relurns como In moru slowly than but there Is unusual regularity In tho ratio of Republican With ovor 100 of tho precincts thu Republican gains havo run from ton to forty per product und uvoragtid At Ihls rate Iho Republicans will overcomu Homilys plurality of In IHKI and glvoForuker u plurality of With Die Prohibition volu kupt up at llu prusuut It will ruuuh und thu largest Prohibition giilmi uro roportud In Democratic It to ho considered Unit tho wllli tho bettor gol oul Ihulr vole In the clllcs whllo lu tho whuro thu fouling seemed most lu tholr Ihu voto was not so fully drawn The cold ruin full ull with uo moru than a hulf hours cussulloii ut uny This did not soem lo Imvo helped tho Democrats as The luriuuns In ull of Ihu elites went strongly for tho Republicans und the colored to u considerable pulled with the Tho colored uud mining votes muy make lloadly runsomowhat Those figur ing ut Republican Stulo llcudquurtors claim for tho heud of thulr ticket and uo loss thun for Die rest of Tho rejiorls from the close counties and districts are In favor of tho Repuhlloun legislative ticket to the extent Not IHuch InlrrrHt In Intercut IH openly mitnlfeHlcd In Die result of thu Ohio election than huH betMi tho nine In any event of like political 1m IKirtaneo within tho memory of the present generic Ucncrally on such occasions there huvo been crowds around Dm bulletin MVnlght there are no with one no bulletin Few people in Die departments have manl fcHted Interenl enough louHk for Ihu IICWH during thu and It would be dtlllcnll to namo a dozen Kederal oillctsholderH from Ohio who huvo gouo homu loOhko to WIIVJIE STOLE HMHRSONS A Irlvnln Hrrrelury Them for Stile In New York und Iii connection with telegraphed yesterday that portlotm of tho Into ICniersonCartyle correspondence had been Kdwtird of son of tho given Homo additional Ho suys that Hhorlly after Curlyles dculh U became known lo hlH father Dial many of the Idlers wore and uflcr a long and Irylng search Iho robber wan found lo bu nonu olhcr than u Irusled of who had access to all hlH Thin who IIIIH since hud scat tered thu leilern hroadciiHl Diroiighoul Ihu leading hlH dcHlgn to dlslrlbulo Ilium where Iho altached autograph would bring tho highest Thu possession of these loners hccumu vilally nucessary In Die prepurullon of tho anil many of Diem wero dually Hccimul through advertlHemenlH and by paying lll erally for Oihern uru still mlHslng and Iho malter of Dielr recovery htm been placed In legal Tho mailer had been kept from thu public until such lime IIH U wan thought they could anslst In llielr Tho stolen Idlers have been circulated for chiefly In London and Nuw Kmerson IIIIH slight hopes of being able to He cure Die Idlers necessury to complete Die next edi tion of tho KmcrHouCurlylo northwest corner of Twentysevcnlh slrect and Slxlh Ho had been u coiiHtunt visitor of llealey for Homo eight months and repeatedly made overtures to her lo elopu with Tin woman tried hard to get rid of her pcrnlxtcnt but ho pressed his suit nil the Two wcekH ago he called during tin ubHcnco of her huHband and again urged her to abandon her homo and and when Hhc refused and ordered him out of Iho house he shol al her bin missed evening ho again renewed Ids Tho child suld thut thu vUllor und his mama sat to gether for a long when his mother got up und ran Tho man followed her around the room und finally caught and Hhol whllo holding hlH haud over her The boy Huld thut when his mother was lying on tho Iloor llrower stood over her ana looked at her u moment Ho then put on his overcout and slowly walked mil of Iho IIOIIHO without a At u tale hour this morning the murderer hud not been A CHICAGO EXBANKER IN Alien IHuklnv ICIIbrln to Irii Himself by the1unr Debtors Tho cuso of the who Is struggling for a rclcaso from hla llnunclul dllllciillles under tho Insolvent Debtors came up again loday before CommlHHloner Tho oinmlHHloner refused lo grunt tho release some tlmo and Allens attorneys asked for an appeal to the Unlteil Status District Court Commissioner Hoynu granted the appeal and on Monday next Judge Illodgetl will hour urgu menls us to whether thu District Court can logalljr tuko up Die cuso In Its present In tho mean time Judge lllodgett held the applicant with out and Allen won given Into tho custody of thu United Marshal und WIIH lukon lo who now lives ul Duu wus Presi dent of Iho Cook County National which Sarah widow of William IIIIH u judgment for about obtulnod In Judge Itrcshums olOUB lid LAVMDUX Tiw V Hinull1ox CIIHVH In u OcU now cases ot smullpox wero reported fifty of which woro Tho students College huvo been The Mount Royul Hospltuls ut tho Uxhlbltlon Grounds wero formally taken HiHHlon of by tho Muyor tlilH ufternoon und two car riage loudn of patlunls wero removed A de ttuihmont of armed police rulluvud tliu troops and will look after thu protection of Iho grounds In fu An uppliculion for tin Injunction to pruvunt thu use of inu Kxhlblilon llullulngs us a hospllul WUH heard today and Die Judgu look Ull tomorrow lo decide thu Hinullpox pullent taken from u Koulh Knd bourdlnghouHU yeslorduy WIIH qullu comfortatilo thlH llu had been employed OH a coachman for u genilointiii In llrook llne und hoiirded ut a house In Dial place whom it number of persons from John huvo rucuutly Koiiuuico oT uNow Haven TO Tllli NEW Ostnind u prominent MothodlHt of llrook und Kleuuor of Hay Long woro married lu this ulty today by tliu Peoplu hero who know tho pnrtloH say that twelve years whllo Fonts wus u thuologlcul no booamu unumorud of thu ludy ho married She rolurnud his ollec but Homothlug prevented tholr marrlugo und the ludy bocunio anothers and Ferris wedded another lu tho coureo of tlmo Furrls unit Molt About u your ago Moll uud 1orrls mot again In Now Tho lovo of former days uud todays happy ovum wait thu DeiiuiiTiitlc Victory at Ono of tho most exciting elections ovor held In Newurk resulted lust evening In tho choice of Jo seph Huyncs for Hut ono district lu a Democratic wurd remained to bo heard from at The light WUH hurdest In tho Wurd whore there was a spill In tho The Conunon Council remains with a Kepubllcua inujorkty of 17 lo the Hiimo us last lluynes carried tho city by Tho ticket us Hindu up uhows u gain 111 tho Free Tho Aldurmon First Dodd John Htruuuhun DuHcnborry Deu mun daorgo Bmltlt Ford Ehlora Cullaii IL Price luddls Ariultagu lilll Clunuy Hlckuy VuuVulon lluker Tho by as urei Sol Do Jongs Diiflcnlhator Stultli Andrew Vogt Huheurhollor Munloy Henry Woolltf Cannlft Dennis llayhncr Pat llergen John Peal Conklln Killed by uu A special lo from Little says Tho boiler of a lurgo cotton ginning establishment ut oxplodod last Tho buildings woro blown to John tho wus and Thouiuu a futully LouU Cum Not SPECIAL ID Till 1 every street car In Iho city had all of Its cars out today and no at tempt ut Interruption wus All lines ore running curs Kvury our carries one or two policemen though today many ol the curs woro without police Tho Coroners resullod lu tho Undlng of a verdict that John L lluvoy dune to his death from the result of a gun shot wound from u pistol In the hands of Olliccr Patrick Ulllcur llunnou Is neither justlllod nor hold respon It Is not ut ull probable that Uo will ever bo proauculcd for the II has been ruining hero all day and tho striken havu kopt uudur cover at thulr Weather fair MahUu The following record shown tho changes In tha temperature tor tho pout twentyfour In com parison with tho corresponding date of lust on indicated by thu thermometer at Uuduutu SIS liroaUwuy i 13 03 es 76 ou 68 Averago tomporature 67Mt average verago omporaure t aver peratura for datu lattt Voiiel lllolliera Ovurcouta nro the boat mid olioniioBt for mon and Broadway and Houston and 8Ui ooruui Md Fuoliion oatalogue oeut   

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