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   World (Newspaper) - August 1, 1896, New York, New York                                i M f Weather syHSSgisr ROBERT INGERSOLL Writes on the1 Exhili ion ot the Dead SEE TOMORROWS GREAT mm A CQMIC WEEKLY OF 8 1 Books Open to I pcntive by a Ifote of 70 to Indorses His Nomination and Pledges NEW AUGUST Circulation Books Open to Weather PRINCE OF MONACO Catches a Sort of SeaSerpent and Writes About SEE TOMOBROFSJM SUM ABIGJVTAGAZINE IS MARTIN URGED DEWY Je Wanted Action Postponed Until After tlie State EiDER MARTIN LPOKE OF A REYCLT Platform Kot Specifically In OKei 8ndFr63 ignored ID the SHEEHAN FAVORED TAKING DEAD AND WOUNDED FROM THE RUINS OF THE WRECKED TRAINS ONE 12 tfiWas Supported in Sliver Speeches by Purroy unl Tlie Executive Committee of lie DemocruMc organization of the cl y uf itlew in regular meeting IoiN hereby avceept and approve the nomination of Wllliaiu of tor and Arthur of for VlcePrenlilent of the United the iviKe deter mination of the Democratic Nn tlniml recently held In ami we pledge our loyal uad hearty support to their candi This adopted without a dissenting vote In Tammany Hall terday places Tammany Hall fairly In line the Chicago Feeling the matter was not unani Former Police Commissioner James leader of the Twenty seventh Roilin Morgan of the Twentyninth Andrew associate eader of the Thlrty and Charles associate of the did not vote They voted In favor of a resolu tion by Martin deferring all action1 upon thequestion of Indorsement until after themeeting of the State Conven The meeting was a more than ordi narily large Seventyfive out of the eighty odd Executive Commltteemen were and In the big waiting room outside and the corridors fully two hundred more were It was well understood what the out come of the meeting would Chair man Sheehan was so certain before the meeting was half ready to vote on the Indorsement question a sign paint ers wagon drove up two immense pictures of the which were In place over the entrance to the Wig wam ten minutes after the meeting was Chairman Martin called the meeting to order and told why the call had been Leader Sheehan followed with a little In which he said All nlpht the work vont and lt was not 7 Oclock morning that the last boy was were built and by their ghastly light the in n woiked The Poure and Fro Depaitments of Atlantic guests from the hotels and railway employees all took in the dreadful To divide the Democratic party bc cause the mlnoi ty of a convention were J not perm tted to dictate to the majority It seems to be unwise and The platform as adopted at Chicago in reality provides for re Storing silver to the place It occupied prior to The money of the countr lias always beeh gold and silver and tin most potent reasons are advanced for Its platform show Other provisions of the that the fundamental principle of the Democratic Ulfe greatest good for the greatest Is clearly and man fully and Its maintenance mandud The the delegates who controlled Chicago Convention were as honest in their opinions as tne minor and It la rood Democrat c stand the will of the majority whiii Quly expressed Hall Is oldest Djmo In the Will to its history and remain loyal to thep nominees of the Demociatit I bel eve It I bel eve the greatmasB of Democratic and inde pendent voters of thin State are favor to the election of the Democratic and unless there is a great change in popular sentiment from thai wjiich exists this State will go Democratic November seems to me there Is no middle only course open to loyal Democrats is to stand by the Chicago Mr Sheehan offered the foregoing res olution and asked foi a free and candid expression of opinion from every dis trict Henry D Purroy spoke There was a ring of defiance in his tone as he seconded the which hp de glared was almost a counterpart of those Adopted by the Thirtyfifth District two weeltn ago He was hsartily In favor of as he cla a thorough believer In the monetary standaid now recognized by the greal nations of the frurroy said my Daoio wlipn It hat wandered into naicriMiy bettor constltutiJ lo ict as the grea afep1 lor the Hrv itlon of the f tue lijui better en titled to my support and to the support of every cltizin whose trae sympathies arewith thebuneand sinew of the than can ever be Its Irreconcilable en the Republican watlon of monopolies I know this n the hope of cheat Ing the placu Bannas puppet upon a plaifprm which he has celled and repudiate in his past record n which wo all knoV he does not After one or two jiore short speeches of similar Martin called Murphy to the and tailing the saM Slnca our return from Chiuaao we Bnd the followlnif situation A of our delegates hive declared tuey will not support the ticicet put In the field by the National The Grand Sachem of the Tammuny Society und if not majority of the have In a of Assembly districts there Is Our German allies of last fall are against the A the newspapers of the city except two are opposed to We are a of the Democratic party of this Our State Commit tee has for a convention which will meet at Buffalo It is the duty of that convention to pass upon the acts of the Chicago Conven to nominate Presidential Electors anJ to name a candidate for Governor and other State It seems to me policy should be to await the action of that There is gain and everything to by Leader Rollln Morgan seconded Martins resolution to Amos a sachem of was enthusiastic In his of Sphmer urged Half a dozen other speeches were made and a the resulting in 4 Mr Sheehans was then In the Pace for Bicycle Honors Bine coat Donofene Bore Off the HIS THE THERE When Major Announced the Teams MakeUp Jims Name Was Left Ex COMING Absent Chleftnln pected Home Richard Croker will return to New York about fact was an nounced In The World some ago andlt was yesterday verified at the Wig where It was said that the absent chief of the tribe of Tammany leave England about it was would start home durlner thseorhing week and Croker would follow soon as he had completed certain arrangements about his horses racjng Tammany leaders supposed to be In Mr Crokers confidence not know ytsterdjy bow he proposed to stay for that whabhe pro posed to do po Itically In any event the prospective coming be fere the State Convendon gives great satisfaction to the Fourteenth street braves AMERICAN JOAN OP Likely that She Her Fol lowern to The strrlng stpry of a gin warrior who turbulent See to morrows The most wonderful actress In some respectsmore remarkable than Berji Duse or Rohan See tomor rows great Sunday Last game of the who are fad ne out See tomorrows great Wag it Joeor Jim Major Andrews would like to and so would the bicycle Sufficient to say that James A and Jo seph worlds champion are brothers and alike as two Was It Joe that rode the mile that made Jim one of the bicycle Is what the force wanted to know or was It himself Up to July 11 Jim was a plain police attached to iho Mercer Street Sta On that day New York Citys bi cycle bluecoata had some trials at Man hattan peach for places on the team to represent the metropolis In a rhamplon ahlp a dark put in an To the utter as tonishment of the rest of the squad lie did a mile like the wind In after a clip and meeting with ar accident that cost him nine seconds Champion Schusslers time was beaten two Hell set a was the squads Joe it Is was at the but Major Andrews was Hie Before nightfall Jim Donohue had been congratulated on all sides for wonderful and had been made a fullfledged bicycle policeman by Major who transferred him from Mercer street to West Sixtyeighth street Every one anxlouslv waited to see who would get coveted places on the team But the announcement was for Robertson met Donohue on his wheel a day or so later That wasnt the man who won the was It Donohue was sent for posthaste by Major said I can beat Joe on a whce every day in the 1 wouldnt be fool enough to lend my uni form to any other sad Major who had heard different from others of the They worked a ringer on ran the It was not that rode that makeup was announced Jims name was not Hes hurt was the That the force that knew laughedand laid that Andicwo was laying pretty fear all hands would have the augh on said Major An There a man on i the 1 never beard that Ins brother rode for remarked Mr RESCUED MISS The Cnllfornlit Narrowly nt Bttlleyn Special to Tho July Virginia Fair narrowly escaped drowning toiay She went in bathing at Baileys Beaili for the first time this Miss Fair thanks to the tuition of nor Hermann who is as much at home in the water as on People who wero watching her say that Miss Fair was about to dive from a She stood on tho poised for th1 when she slipped on Ihe wel lost her balance and Hei head struck the edge of the raft and she was stunned for a The surf was heavy and the under tow stronger than Miss al most was carried on when the Ills boat near a saw her He caugln hei and took her She was taken I the villa of her Rose when Eancrofl tho She sooi recovered her spirits and was ex tremoly to the llf guar wh s presence of nlnd she appreciated for Miisa saved a life mer Miss Virginia Is the daughter of former Senator She la very rl I having inherited a large pnrt of hei fathers mmtnse She is a bru of rounded She dresse drives rides the bicycle wcl a nil Policeman KlerBan Fired Twice a James of the Famous HeLs Kitchen PALS HAD RUSHED TO HIS RESCUE I that Joe Donohue was at the track hat day I can beat even if he Is a faster said 1 heard the and s noted for vlvaolty and soou BOTH SHOT HEa Chicago Man Finally Wounded n Brother and a Special to July English if a pretty telephone Scvera days ago hfir hearu that William Hawkins wasslander Ing He sent word to Hawkim thnt he would kill nlm unless he ceased talkng about the A meeting was arranged to discuss the English was accompanied by his who stood some distance did you say you would mo ajked I and 1 will If you talk about my was tho Hawkins tried to Justify but English drew a and No man can talk about my sister that way fired at English also began They flred four three of which struck Bystanders disarmed them Hawklnb had shot In the and As English gave his weapon to a po liceman he turned to his sister and said I did this for 1 know you and I love yoti dearly for she repled was taken to the County where reported very HE HAH MONEY OneArmed HuuUwter Gets niil of a Lot at Ijil for He had to and he did a big business in Nassau street below Lieekman yesterday afternpon The money was a lot the new 51 silver certiflcatej and theonearmed huckster was parting per In half an hour JSO worth of greenbacks had been sold and the money huckstei was U to the The Shot Struck n Coly In Rnimevelt rionpltal Seriously James though only eighteen years Is known at tho West Sixty ejjMh Street Police Station as one of the toughest young men in Hells Kitchen He lives with his mother at i West Sixtyfirst A week ago Henry janitor f No 214 West SKtjsecond street complained to the police that Cody rm threatened him He made similar com lilalnt against Murray and Mulirkv pals of Coly The lame daj ilaglstrate In Yorkville Pollci Issued a warrant for the arrest if the Shortly after I yesterday Petei of the West Sixtyeighth Street saw Cody in front of No Ml West Sixtyflrut The young man started to run east on Slxtyilrsi in the direction of Tenth avenue who is a good started after When the young man reached the tenement 225 West street he started down the steps to the Klernan followed Cody down the stept and Into the Cody slammed the rear door the policemans got the door open again he caught of Cody climbing over the back caught the young man by the leg and pulled him I want yoi to so with me said We will see replied Klernan took IKM of his prisoner and tarted for the The only way to the street was through the The gang had followed the men to the Just as Klernan and his prisoner had reached the steps William of 459 Ninth struck Klernan a ulow with a stick on the left U same time Cody tore himself poso and threw himself on the police knocking him Then WIliiK and Cody ran out into the Klernan pulled himself together and started after the When he top of the front steps he found the street blocked with A few feet away from the Iron fence stood defying Klernan to place him under Kiernan drew his re If you dont shouted Kler I shaU shoot You sneered Then urning to his Give it to Dont be afraid of his Theres nothing In his Hes hrowlng a Go for Lets do him There is enough In that revolver to rotect replied point ng his pistol at If any of you fellows assault Ill it to shouted an the gang Then Klernan He aimed lo and Cody was The shot In rnlssed its Again Cody urged th and Kiernan tired a second sho The bullet struck Cody In tho abdomei The young mnn threw up his hands a ran into the where he fell In th In less than minute the streets wer crowded with It looked though the policeman would bo mobbed Women were cry James Cantwel three years of 225 West Sixty first was in the shot which K ernan fired had stiuo hlro in the There was great com Policeman Charles Daggott came t the assistance of Walt here until I get an said he ttMtoosevelt rirospltal ani returned about ten minutes later with ai Klernan helped to Cody in tlio ambulance and went him to the Tho Injured chil bar been carried there In ihc meai His wound was very After Cody had been taken to the sur Sical Klernan walked to hla sta he will tears In Jis I have shot Cody 1 shot him In Thomas took Kiernans state ment and then relieved the patrolmai from his revolver and shield from Shortly after D oclock last night Po liceman Crelg found Wills In Wes Sixtyfirst and tried to arresi Willis had an open and cm Hie policeman In the right He was locked About tho same tlmo physicians In Roosevelt Hospital were on rt was said that he had bti light chance for hla He made i statement earlier In the evening to Cor oner Cody said he had seen omebody strike Klernan after he h placed him Cody under HP lalmed he did not know why Klernan lad shot TO HBTRAY The Simnlnh Connnl at IMilliulcl Jihlu IsHnca a Reninrkulily Worded Special to The July The Spanish Consul here has issued th allowing copies of which are being distributed among the captains of Tenthousand dollars will be paid by the under Isnod at Ills office In Philadelphia tor Information eadlng to the capture within Spanish waters of ny military or naval expedition or of any vessc nfjaged In carrying men and munitions of war U ho lso of certain Inhabitants ot which aru ow In Insurrection against the Government of Tliia otter carries with It a promise of Immunity roro arrest or apprehension to any person or per ona who shall glvo such Information as is moti oned above whether or not such person or per one art participants In HUch JOSE Consul lor The wording of the latter part of the Ircular is as the offering f Immunity from arrest seems to 1m ly the Spanish right to n where the reward IB o be GOPFS SILVEB SET Thief Fliiflu Jnntlue and liolid the Recorder Qoffs 5100 silver water tray ajid cup have disappeared rom the Recorders in ihe rjrnlnal Court It a supposed hey were The set was bought tor the y the then it rested on a ookcase in the Recorders chambets hufaday when Thomas ai ey locked the set was In Its usual When opened the rojm ebteiday morning the net was be police i searching the pawn Brawn Too El to Ifcrry YanderbU and Miss So Anctlsr Was iilS ASSISTANT TOO ILL Vnmlerbllts and Family Con ncctloRH Are Stalwurt Support em of Browns father of Miss Grace prospective fatherinlaw Cornelius was searching for a minister last night to officiate al the wedding The World exclusively announced on Thursday that Miss Wilson and younp vanderbilt were to be married Every arrangement had been made fot ha at which only tho mem bers of the Wilson family were to have een The fact that the mar luge had taken place was to have been innounccd to friends by whi arc already In the house ready be sent But this oft postponed marriage may b ifaln WIlBon yes erclay returned to her 511 Mfth from With hei came and Orme two nurses and They arrived at and drove to the The OrmeWilsons soon vent to their country place at JJayshore j Cornelius called on h illiancod several times there al 0 but not dine young Vanderblli tnt to 1 West Fiftythird street vhere lives John of Thomass Fifth venue and Van asked Drown to perform UK veddlng ceremony Brown nn definite answer then he could He was and he did not whether he would be well enough nday to perform the Vanderbllt went Brown iformed him latel that he really was too 11 to perform the A reporter of The Worla called at Browns house last Is Brown at home he He Is Wi 1 you take a note to hUn He Is too Hi to John curate of lives at 139 Madison ave Mivfciuske Is also 111 too 111 o perform the ceremony that will weJ brnellua to Miss Grace Frederick Cornelius anderbllts and wombl Va s passed rilgm in New up at the They irent away yesterday wombleys family worship at homass He has a pew n5 is a pillar of the quietly elplng to maintain its extensive cnari Wilson left his house at 0 Brown bclug ill Huske being was recessary to nd a minister n good The date of the VandcrbUtWllson rarrlage was first fixed for June IS ouns Vanfierbilt fell Then it as fixed forJuly Van erbilt had not sunlcloatly here weie several dates for the wed Ing mentioned from time to and len the whole affair was Indefinitely ostponed bccausf of Cornelius Vander mild stroke of A despatch to The World from New crt last said that It was under ood there that tne wedding would take lace todayas Railroads Must ADSWBP for th Atlantic City ALMOST CRIMINAL Both Roads in Habit of Rac in and Neither Stopped at Grade PAST ACCIDENTS FROM LIKE Fetofl On to Piwent Colli Tlioirii tna Roads Had WORK OF RESCUE AT LAST fifty Unrtly Still In tke nnil Jinny More Were Notice to pubhsners The World 11 repared 16 fill uraera for eompostt on f books ant n riunpi or brever apec al rmi 1 irgf orlers VdJreas F 125 Woria V r Fortysix persons are dead as result the terrible railway disas ter near Atlantic Fifty of tha most seriously wounded are in tha hospitals at the Jersey Many others were hurt more or less se Of the deal only thirtyfive have been The names of tha of whom beven were are not yet Some of them may never be as their bodies are crushed and mangled be yond The railway companies have of course signalled out one or two em ployees as scapegoats on whom to the responsibility for tliio awful The fact how that the antiquated system ot landllng trains at this dangerous crossing is solely to It a of most railway en forced by in many all trains must stop at grade cross This gives an opportunity to see that the track is clear and reasonable care renders such dis aster as thopresent one impossible In Isew there seems tobe no such A proper regard for the lives of their passen gers would have such a precaution to the Reading and Penn sylvania Here dozens trains cross both east arid and one man in a signal tower was expected to prevent all accidents by meann of signals To add to the danger of this cross ing was the criminal habit of the en gineers to race with one another the two roads which run near together and parallel for some The railway companies have had plenty of On two different occasions collisions have been averted only by the signalman taking chance of running one of the trains into the For this one of tha signalmen was nosecuted and sent to The warn ing fled at once and has never been heedless of all tha railway companies went on in thelc leokless until the sacrifice of human life in accident YICICUS SYSTEM TO Antiqnn Almost Lmjiloj eil at the trussing Re Bnoiixible tor the Special to The ATLANTIC July painful fact In connection slaughter of fortysix innocent passen s and the cruel Bounding of one hundred more in the crash ast is thai tie accident WHS really n wanton No can be charged with crime It was the result ot an Imbecile Nearly half a hun dred souls were sent into two companies viero fa full of the r t of bus ness rivalry that they threw away all i It oe difficult for men with orol lary prudence lo yet It Is a fact that the tracks of the Reading Pennsylvania Railroad Companies two mlios west of th s city overlie edcli other like tha arms of the letter anil sixty tialns a day ciuss In fiont of ona another at full speed with no other pre cam on than the of red and signals by a man In a tower New Yoik State It s the law that no tram md ctoss the track of another ut the same grade without first conUwt to a Cull to make that ttT   

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