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I PRICE OJVE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1887. t PRICE ONE CENT. JH
I RUSSIANS ENTER HERAT.
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1 INSTEAD OP MERCHANTS TIIEf ARE EMI8-
' 1 SARLES OF THE CZAR.
Tho Governor Asks for Instruction Flrat
9 Anniversary of llie Unvelllm of the Statue
Jk of Liberty In Paris will lie Celebrated
Oct. 28 Probability that the CalTarel
WM Prosecution will Fall Through.
ytT STXCIAI. CABLE Tp THE EVENINO WOIILD.
,'M Bombay, Oct. 12. Alarming intelligence
, I has been received from Hernt. Three hun-
dred Russians have entered tho city, repro-
senting thomsolTes to bo merchants. The
I Governor of Herat is in great alarm, and lias
sent messengers to Cabul asking what action
,1 he shall take.
Ho doubts tho truth of tho statements mado
j by tho merchants and suspects they arc,
I emissaries of Russia who have come for no
good purpose. They aro closely w atehed but
, uot interfered with.
LIBERTY'S ANNIVERSARY.
Pari will Celebrate on tho 28th The Frrnru
j Army Scandal Prraonals.
. SPECIAL CAIILE TO TDK KVENIXH WORin,
London, Oct. 12. The firht anniversary of
the unveiling of the htntuo of Liberty En
lightening th'o World will bo cclcbintod in
Paris on tho 28th inst. by a largo banquet,
in which tho members of tho French dolega-
Hon who were in Now York will participate.
1 Many prominent Americans hove also been
j invited to bo present. Either M. do Lesseps
J or M. Spullcr, Minister of Public InMruc-
j , tion, will preside.
THAT FRENCH ARMY SCAXDAT,.
The latest reports concerning tho French
army scandal go to show that tho prosecution
will end in smoke. It is now clear that Oaf.
farel sold neither the plan of mobilization or
. concentration. Ho has recovered his spirits
and confidence, but whether it. bo from want
of convincing evidence or pressuro exerted in
' high quarters, tho prosecution will probably
be dropped. Boulaugcr organs, in order to
' clear their idol from odium, having appointed
Caffarel, demanded that ho bo publicly do.
graded in tho Champs do Mars.
t ON TIIE CITY OF CHESTER.
Mrs. F. E. Alexander, Dr. Ballcndcn, Frank
' Byrne, Agnes Coleman, Clems 8. Fisher,
; - Russell Kennedy, Gen. McCook, Miss 8. H.
Smiley and Miss D. C. Woods arrived on tho
' City of Chester yesterday.
J REPORTED DEATH OP AYOtJB KHAN.
j Ayoub Khan, tho pretender to tho Afghan
; l ) throne, is reported to bo dead, having been
" j, killed by Hcrati cavalry on his way to tho
; I Persian Gulf.
I TIIE EAMi OP CAIBNs's NEW LOVE. (
. ' Mile. Bereus, whoso engagement to tho
I Earl of Cairns, formerly Lord Garmoyle, is
i just announced, comes of tho Herbert family,
j nd is a cousin of Harry Herbert T. .Mucroas,
j 1 '. well-known in Now York. She is quite ns
beautiful ns his former flames, Miss Fonescue
apd Miss Adelo Grant, and belougH to tho
Prince of Wales set.
jW Minister Phelps is visiting tho iJurto of
I Argyle.
Mrs. Scott Siddons starts on Saturday to
lecture in tho United States. Sho gave her
farewell recital last night.
j Friar' TJalxniu Winn tho Mlddlriinrlt Plate.
SPECIAL CABLE TO TIIE EVESIXO WOULD.)
I Newmarket, Eng. , Oct. 12. Tho race tor iho
', Mlddlepark Plate came olf to-day unci was won by
Friar's Balsam. Hazclhatch was second and Sca
' , breeze third. Five ran.
9 Foreign Flashes.
Lady Brassey died In London yesterday.
, Tbe French Government have dedlded to place a
A J 4 number of life-saving buoys supplied with reireBh
j if menlfi on the most dangerous parts of tbo English
I A channel.
I THt London Admiralty offlce has not yet received
l I .any tidings of Her Majesty's gunboat Wasp, and
' hewom fears are now entertained.
1 .1
12 Funeral of Mr. SlcCready.
jj The funeral of the late Nathaniel L. McCrcady,
. , A President of the Old Domlnlou Hteamsalp Com-
1 pany. was held at in o'clock this morning from his
2 homo, No. IPWestTwcnty-setona street. The Hev.
'h Underlet: O. Terry, of the South Iteformed Church,
f conducted the Bervlces. The bearers were Edward
, v, Bell, Clarence Pewnrd, George Forest, Frank
tf Bond, Hmltb Brown, Joseph It. Lockwood, William
II. Appleton, O. L. Mnnn, John M. Iloblnion and
ji WlllUui Butler Duncan, members of tbe Union
a Club, In which the deceased was prominent.
Chief Engineer Kioto and Purchasing Agent Smyth,
, j of the Old Dominion Line, were present. Mr.
' a McCready was about sixty-seven years old. He
$ died suddenly on the Etrurla, Oct. , when about
A three days out on the way to Now York. Thetn-
3 termeut was In Greenwood.
1 m m '
h Wanted a Drink, but Itrnke tbo Glass.
i John Sanfurd, of 158 West Twenty-fourth street;
l Henry W, Donnell, of 31 West Thirty-fourth
C ' street, and MUsTlllle Fuller were fellow-prisoners
i this morning at tho Jefferson Market Police Court.
Officer Perkins said that at t o'clock this morning
i 3 he beard a pane of class shatter at Thirtieth street
I "3 and Sixth avenue, llo ran up and found the three
.,.. ,", persons whom ho arrested.
j The gentlemen said they had been to the theatre
f and wanted a drink before they went home. Thej
went to the side door of the saloon and began to
H shako the door, Tho glass was loose and fell out.
Justice Duffy discharged Miss Fuller and flued tho
young men 13 each.
, - ,
; Minister Mumilns'a llemnlns.
1,1 , The body of Minister Manning l still at the Fifth
1 Avenue Hotel, lu charge of Geu. Floyd King, Per-
I cy Koberts and Dr. W. M l'olk. Mrs. Manning Is
i expected to arrive to-night. No arrangements
J bave yet been made for the funeral.
1 Mcrapii of City News.
j Victor Wock, a Socialist, committed suicide by
1 stabbing himself fourteen times while In a batli-
1 1 tub last night.
I Mrs. Garfield, the widow of the lato Frestdent,
-, i has sailed for Europe on tbo Arizona, accompanied
Us by her daughter,
1 The total registration In New York yesterday
was si, HI, the hoariest for tbo day sfneo l&Si,
tha Presidential year.
An elaborate uouquet is given by tho New York
Yacht Club to James Bell, the owner of the This
tle, and Oeorge L. Watson, her designer.
L The Cll. Hall nags are ut half-mast to-day on
account of the death of Alderman James J. Cor-
coran, mid the corporation offices will be nomt
,& imlly closed to-morrow, the day of tbe funeral.
'j Mary Bartow stole t)t from the pocket of Joseph
I L. Beamier, a French opera suiter engaged at
V Koster A Dial's, In Sixth avenue, lust evening, and
f'M- w" held for trial this mornluc at the Jefferson
A Market Court-
fK .9' lhe ,Mt nitcli of candidates for policemen
" l iM ihlrly-four passed the1 examination and twenty.
lH (?.ur were rejected. James A. Black, of No. m
mm West Forty-setenth street, U the only candidate
9 appolattd thus far.
MORE QUARANTIiVE THREATENED.
President Dayles Want Ills Tnrn at tho C'bol
era Bhlp's Paienscrs.
Tho Health Hoard Is just now in a some
what peculiar position. It hasn't enough
Commissioners to hold a meeting.
Of tho members of the Hoard Commission
er Bryant Is hundreds of miles away;
President French cannot bo induced to
nttend n Health Hoard mooting, and Dr.
Smith's timo is takon up in tho treatment of
cholora and tho disinfection of rags. Thus
President Haylcs is left iilono.
Provided n stray Commissioner can bn
found, an important meeting will bn
hold this nlternoon in regard to tho
cholora now undor treatment at
Quarantine. Dr. Smith, should ho
appear will bo formally requested by Mr.
Hayles to turn over to tho Health Depart
ment all tho passengers when they aro dls.
missed from Quarantine, and then they will
be takon, in all probability to North Brothers
Island, where they must spend bomo more
time before they aro allowed to cuter this
city. President Baylcs oxpreBbes his deter,
miuatioii not to nllow any of tho persons on
the Alesia to set foot on Manhattan Island
until the development of cholera has passed
the bounds of possibility.
Another death from cholera occurred at
Swinburne Island to-day. Tho victim was a
child. There are now uino cases on tho
island. No now caso has occurred among
the passengers on Hoffman Island.
fOU TWENTY-TWO YEARS A PRISONER.
Winn II, f. Oivtoori, aYeteran of Two Warm,
Muttered at the HamU amtexlcaii Uanilltn.
JsrTCIAl, TO THE EVENlJiO WORID.l
Tolona, 111., Oct. 12. H. P. Osgood, fifty
years old, arrived hero Inbt evening on his
way io Alton. He hnyB he served through tho
Mexican and Civil wars and at tho close of
the latter was transferred from Mobilo to
Tcxah. In 1865 ho was captured by a band of"
Mexican bandits and hold n prisoner for
twenty-two years, during which timo ho
made several attempts to cscupo, in the last
of which he received two terrible wounds.
Lust April tho Mexican troops surprised his
captors uud mado them prisoners, himself in
cluded. Ho told tho story of his capthity
and was forwarded to tho Amorican Consul
(leneiul at Mexico, who sent him to Vara
Cruz, where tho Vice-Consul provided him
with passago to Now York. Ills right hand
and foot aro partly gono and his wholo body
is a muss of wounds.
I1AURE1TS RESIGNATION ACCEPTED.
Ulrerlorn C'onllrm Iho Male of the llnllimore
and Ohln Telegraph.
ISrrCIAL TO BE BVEHINU WOIILD.
Baltimore, Out. 12. Tho meeting of the
Baltimore and Ohio directors has just ad
journed. President Bobt. Garrett presented
his lusignation and it was accepted. Tho'
dividend has been passed ond none will bo
declared ut this timo. 'William Burns has
been elected President pro. tern. Tho sale
of tho Baltimore mid Ohio Telegraph was
confirmed.
The Chicago and Atlantic Wreck.
SPECIAL TO TIIE KYENINQ W011LP. )
Cnown Point, Ind., Oct. 12. Tbo officials of
the Chicago and Atlantic road, on whose Hue the
fearful slaughter of yesterday occurred by the rail
road smash up near Kounts, aro extremely reticent
ond decllue to disclose the exact facts lu tho caso
to the public.
Many people from this place who went to the
scene of the disaster yesterday returned to-day,
after having lent all the aid In their power to the
unfortunate victims of tho accident. They esti
mate I hat seventeen persons, at least, were burned
to death, making their estimate from the number
of charred bones which ure strewn about the track.
Mr. .Ilrliujre mu lSulateroiio.
.Michael Mclfttyrc, a laborer, was cry drunk
last night, lie boarded an uptown Broadway car,
In which were a number of lady passengers and
used cry Indecent language when asked by
John Kelly, the conductor, to pay his
fare. Mclntyro was ordered to get
off the car, and ho responded that there wasn't a
man big enough to put him off. The ear had by
this timo reached Eighteenth street. A strugglo
then began between tho conductor and Mc
Intyre, during which blows were exchanged.
Justice Duffy, at Jefferson Murket Court this morn
nlng, sent him to the workhouso for twenty days.
Capt. Ileatty Iteports, Too.
Capt. Beatty, of the Park police, called upon
ftupt. Murray this morning and made a statement
concerning the clubbing of Progressive Labor
Furty men at Union Square on Saturday night,
lis statement will be used In connection with that
of Capt, Hellly In making up Supt. Murray's report
to tho Commissioners.
It Is hinted that the Police Board's action In re
ferring the report hack to Mr. Murray was due to a
desire to gain time. Innpector Utters and not
Capt. llellly will be In command of the Police at
Monday ulgbl'a meeting.
Trip "f Newport' .miliar) Pride.
bl'J.ClAL lu HIT. EYEKIMU WORLD.)
NswrOHT, Oct. 12. Tho Newport Artillery Com
pany, Col. J. W. Horton commanding, theoldcst
military oompany lu the United States, organized
under the charter granted by King George II., lu
1M1, left to-day on a thrco days trip to Hartford
and New London, whero they are to bo enter
tained. The steamer Day Star was specially char
tered. Gov. Davis uud Bluff accompanied tho
party.
Attacked by a Footpad.
(trLCIALTOTHE JSVEXIXO WORLD,
Elizabeth, N. .1. , Oct. 12. Cornelius Kenny,
an elevator man at the Singer factory, Elizabeth
port, was attacked last night by a footpad while
otf his way home. Ho was knocked down
an embankment and robbed of his weekly salary
and a silver watch. Ccnuy made a desperato re
sistance and be was badly scratched and cut In the
struggle. The thief, whose uamo Is said to be
Barnes, escaped.
.Ilr. Hell Hull Away.
James Bell, the principal owner of the Bcotch
cutter Thistle, sailed for Eugland at 10 o'clock to
day on the City of Rome. He was accompanied
by Mrs. Bell. In answer to the Inquiry as to
whether he thought tho Thistle had done her best
with the Volunteer, Mr. Bell Bald: "I think she
did, and I desire to say that from what I saw of
the two boats I believe that tbo Volunteer la a much
faster craft than tbo ThUtle. "
Events Ahead.
Terrnco Garden will have its opening bon
quot and ball this evening.
Tho Thirteen Club will cat its sixty-ninth
dinner at Morelli's to-morrow evening.
The John Franz Association will hold a
Bummeniight's festival and barbecue at Lion
Park to-morrow.
The annual ball of tho Young Bachelors'
Association will be given at Everett Hall on
tho evening of Oct. 80.
The Veteran Club will givo its annual gift
entertainment and ball at Walballu Hall, No.
68 Orchard street, on tho evening of Oct. 18.
Tho anniversary of tho discovery of Amer
ica will be celebrated by tho Italian Associa
tion of Coluinbo Guards at Union Park this
evening.
m m
Tbe World' Championship In Brooklyn.
St. Ix)C1 . Dkthoit, Frldsy, S P. M. Admluioo,
SO ntu, OranA Hand M cuti tztta . .
THE BEARS ON TOP AGAIN
I). AND 0. PASSED ITS DIVIDENE, AND
PRICES TAKE A TUMBLE.
.
Stock Hold Almost Itegardles of Value, and
Few IIilycM at That Will tSonld be the
Motor to Hoont the Small Operator Out
of tho Slough t Siimmrry of the I)a'
Dlilng" In the Street.
Wall Stekt, 3 r. m.
;J ...rtFui0 mcor tua b08rR
7nPlnB u"ro on '0', ''uo r'se
,tfl"C -S- Vv'in stocks yesterday on
ejnfenijfefifijs tho reported settlo-
flgflfiS-'ffhT'1' o ment between tho Syu-
T"Tt ?,-' dlcato and tho First
UJ4 - series Os party proved
S'tS3p' k nn oauoscent
r " beam- To-dny prices
.-. fj9 molted owny, thero
w having been eryllttlo
fk3L- JCS support from any quar-
fir vvfX'y or' am tne BUOrt 8C""
J a 1 ers bavins, been uum"
ivSwii E?crous ond quite confl-
Ji jSS-" dent. Even tho favor.
CTV ntdo character of tho
" xy l j) Western Union stato-
inatit Ail tli rAiinnn
tion of tho purchnso of tho Baltimoro and
Ohio Telegraph failed to stem the downward
current.
Among tho depressing influences woio n
break of 3 per cent, in Atchison stock to 90J
uud the announcement that thut the Baltimoro
nud Ohio directors at their meeting to-day had
docided to pass tho dividend. This latter
was a sovero disappointment to tho Street,
which was looking for a dividend of at least
2K per cent. Tho boars also sold tho market
down on a story that tho Hussions had en
tered Herat. Tho doclino generally wan
(.quid to , n 4 por'ecot. Thero was a great
rush to sell around 2 o'clock add stocks wero
thrown overboard almost regardless of
price.
Tho noxt move by Gould is awaited with
interest. Just now it is not nlono tho ques
tion of his gobbling up a steumship com
pony like tho Pacific Mail, after
forcing Hart to prnuticully get down
and out. or of making a grand
coup liko that in tho caso of tho B. fc O. telo
graph that concerns tho street. Tho
great point is whether theso things
will bring him back to Wall street os
n dashing speculator as of old. Gould
long since announced his retirement from
tne speculative arena and has kept his word
as fur as can bo ascertained. But if Gould
puts his cash by tho millions into various
enterprises und is constantly on tho
look out for fresh fields to conquer, tho pro
sumption is that his own son will find it
necessary to como into tho market if only to
protect their interests. For a long timu tho
brokers have had littlo or nothing to do,
Couimack, Bateman and tho roht of their
party furnish business for but a handful of
mcmberH, and unless matters improve thero
will be plenty of Stock Exchange seats to be
had nt low figures. Tho bears lmvo been in
clover for some timo and muuy, holders
of stocks who nee. their margins wasting
away undor the repeated knocks given to the
market began to look hopefully to Gould as
tho coming Moses who is to lead them safely
out of their present deplorable plight. Peo
pie who aro seldom wrong say that when
Gould gets Muckay to consent" to
a Rido of the opposition cable,
ho will make things hum as ho did in 1881-82,
when eberything from tho Al dividend payer
down to tho " fancy " wns sent kiting.
Money i a 6 per cent, on call.
Foreign oxchungo firm. Posted rates up to
i.Slh and 1.80.
TUX I'KltlllEH.
Own, IIWi. f.oir. Cn.
American Eiprf 10S 10$ 10S IDS
L'snadi Southern M',' W, ilfi 02,';
C.nnd. Picifio 51,'J 61;; II1 61'i
Chic. Burl. & Uulncr 131 131 1WX 12W,
UlurifoAXurthimt., 10'J lU9'i lUiHf 103,'J
Ohio.. Mil. M. I'aul....... Ui. ml 73'i 7d't
Ohio., Mil. 48U Paul pM... lit 114 lit 114
Ohio.! itock In. 1 Panhc 114 111 114 114
Col. I Undine Vallr; 'HM W.i 'ii'.i 2'2
Colorado Coal i Iron 33; ailf 33 3J
Wol., Lick. AWeattrn VlVi lili'i V2t' 12l'
Uolaware & Hudaon 'M Urt'J UlO 7(J
K. Tenn., Va. 4 (ioorjla...... 10i 10 10M io,
K. Tenn. Va. till, "itlpfd... SO i0 19 19
tort Worth Denier Ulty .... 48 48 47i 47f
IulTllle & Naahrlllo M'i BH 61 CO
Ikohbore, Oi ll"J IKIJJ 01
Iiuglaland , K7 H7 87 M
Manhattan Connl fl,1f mi W 97!
Mlohljan Central .. HI 833 &3fc
Mil., L. B. 4 Weatem pfd IU'i 10 105 103
MlnnoapollalSt. Loul 1IV 101,' 10,' 101J
Mliwurl 1'aclBo lli'i W'j Uli 911
Munourl. KnMTeiaa.. ., 21 'J2J 21 22
Nubrdle, UhatU. A ht. L. . 70 70 70 7U
New Jersey Central 7.1 1U Wi V(
New Vorlt Central. ........ .. 103 101 1041? 10li
NewYorkiNewKnicland.. . afl'j 37 J3!i 8Mj
N. Y Chicago i. bt. IoiuU... 1(1 1 10 18
N. Y.! Lake Erie & WeaUni.. M 'JO',' SI'S S8
Norfofk & Western pfd :iP2 38lJ 87 37M
Nc-rtliern Paclflc... VI 21 20)1 !10J
Northern I'aciflo pfd M'( 4GV$ ii'i 44
OhloAMUalulpni...., Vl!i 2-1M 1"J TU4
Orna-on Hallway t NaTlKation. 87 H7 X.l 83
Oreton Tranecontlnenul 19'.' 19Si IKii lt
Oreicin ImliruTemont 3M(.j CH ilS.H, 38
PaelftoMall 30', !10,',- 3.1V,' 36)1
Philadelphia A Readinir flir.' U'i tO'T CO J
lliohtuondA Weat Point Ter.. 2JU 23 2i 2ir,
tit. PaulA Omaha...,,. 40 41 3V) 39'i
Ht. Paul A Omalia lifd. ........ 104M 104U 101 10l
Ht. Paul. Minn, A Manitoba.. lOOtf lOOtf 09 V)
Ht. IraU A Kan Fr.ncUoo 33 :0 3D H3
Ht. LiuU i, San 1'ran. pfd 72J4 7J Wi WX
Teiaa Paoldo 23ll 2JlJ 25'J 2212
tennenkee Coal A Iron i)W 3lj 2iH V3)J
Onion Paolflo ,.... 4DW I'JU 4Mx 45H
Waliaab, Ht. Loula A PaclHc... 10U 1UU lfl? 16W
Wabaah, Ht. I,. A Paclflo pfd. !l0g 80S 20!? 29)1
Weatem Union Telegraph .... 77X Tiii WH 10U
Tips From " The Lvrnlne World's " Ticker.
It looks as It the Union I'aclllo and Northern
Pacific people would unite lu that Oregon Hallway
and Navigation Company leaso alter all.
The "Street" wants to know what yesterday's
conference ut Drexcl, Morgan & Co. 'a mean If not
thut tbo Ucudlug nrst scries 6s have been bought
In.
How many more Western Union ratification
meetings will be held before tho 11. i U. deal la
thoroughly digested T
Hear argument for tho dav: Tho market must
sell lower, particularly as tho outside public do
not buy and Investors ntiow no disposition to In
crease their Hues. Thtn Ice skaters on the hull
sldo of the rink must lookout for tumbles. 1U1
lies are deceptive. .
Dull argument for the day; Liquidation has been
so complete throughout the entire market that an
advanco Is certain In reeponie to the conanlcuouH
Improvement of commercial Industries. The mar
ket Is not so very much off, bearish manipulation
and portentous growling notwithstanding.
What the " Street " thinks about Mr. Garrett's
reported resignation Is, thut It li purely a matter
of detail and a part of the arrangement under
which the II. and O. syndicate took, charge of the
deal management.
The question of making trading for the account
tbe regular way dealing of the Exchange will
not como up before the Governors io-dar, i only
seventy-five firm names hare been secured on tho
petition, which will bring tbo matter beforo the
board.
Presidential Party at rlloux Cll).
(trECUL TO TUX EVEMSO WOBMJ.
Sionx Citt, la., Oct, li. The Presidential
party reached here ate. ao'i. u, to-day and were
met at tho train by 'bo city jmclali ind many
thousand of people. They were taken in carriages
to Corn Palace, where a vast multitude had n
aembled. They spent half an hour In the Palace,
and expreaaed themt elves a greatly surprlted and
delighted.
TWO YOUNO FORGERS CAUGHT.
Uobert and William Chapman Hub a Tax
Office and Hull An ay.
An important arrest was mado by Inspector
Byrnes's detectives yesterday, tho prisoners
boiug Robert Chapman and William, his
brother, aged respectively twonty-Bevcn
and thirty yours. Tho young men
woro employed by their father, who
Is Collector of Taxes at Gateshead,
Castlo-on-Tyno, England, and by ByBtcmatio
fraud for soverol mouths they robbed the
English municipality of $25,000, ,tud in May
flod' to this country, whero thoy hao a
brother in tho UuitcdStates Army.
This brought them within tho scopo of tho
extradition laws und Chief Consul Elliott, of
Gateshead, cabled to Inspector Byrnes to
watch tho Chapmanrt and nocuro their early
nrrest, papers for extradition being under
preparation. A second cable despatch urged
him to spare uo pains to arrest tho
Chaiimaus, as their thefts would not
bo loan than XB.OOO, or 825,000. It t
believed horo that doublo that amount was
stolen. Detoctivqs Goleen, Lewis nnd EnnU
watched for tho men day nnd night for many
weary weekn and this morning surprised
them in a fashionable boarding-houso on
Finenpplo street, Brooklyn, and took them
to Police Headquarters.
A cable despatch was received to-day from
Gateshead saying that an English detective
sailed on the steamer Gennania with all tho
papers nocoEsory to extradite tho Chapmaus,
and ho is duo in this city on Friday, closing
with tho oxpressivo sontonco: " Sparo uo
pains to reach thorn, as frauds aro great."
Tho ChapmaiiB are bright young follows,
nnd their connections in England stand very
high. British Consul Bouker was commuui
cated with to-day, and ho will prosecuto tho
young thiovos beforo U. S. Commissioner
Shields.
Itobort Chapman mado o full confession to
Inspector Byrnes this afternoon, in which ho
savs that his father was mixed up in tho
affair and that his mother spont thousands of
dollars in endeavoring to make good tho
peculations.
NEW ENGLAND'S RAILROAD DEAL.
Tbo Ilonton and Maine l'lnnlly CeU Control
of tho lloston uud Lowell Itond.
SPECIAL TO TnE EVKHINO WOnLD.
Boston, Oct. 12. Moro thou n year ago tho
Boston and Maino llailroad mado preliminary
overtures towards securing a lenso of tho
Boston and Lowell llailroad and its tribu.
taries.
At a meeting hold last Mny tho directors of
tho Boston and Lowoll voted to accept the
Boston and Maino propositions, and tho leaso
for nincty-nino years, was to take effect July
1. For some reason, however, tho truusfer
was delayed until yesterday. Between 'i and
3 o'clock tho directors of tho Boston and
Lowell met General Manager Thurbcr, of
the Boston and Maino, to porfect tho final
arrangements.
Mr. Thurber was found at his ofllco to-day
and in reply to The Evknino Wohi-d re
porter's question ho said: " Yes, wo came to
tho final conclusion yesterday. You muy bay
that it Is understood that tho B. and M. takes
control of tho Boston nnd Lowoll to-day.
Bo this deal, which bus been hungiug flro
so long, has at last been consummated, and
hereafter tlje Boston nnLMinonud the-13.
and L. railroads will in effect be one. Tho
Lowoll line will hereafter bo known as tho
Lowoll system of tho Boston ond Maino.
Thero will bo no chango at present in tho
officers of the company .
WRECKED ON THE ERIE.
A Freight Cnr Jump the Track and llltchea
tho Train.
A regular freight train on tho Erie Itailway,
bound eastward, was wrecked about half a
milo east of Alleudalo at 5 o'clock this morn
ing. A car in tbo centre of tho train
jumped tho track and ran along tho tics
for about half n milo, when it was
ditched. A dozen cars laden with
merchandise wero reduced to kindling
wood nnd old junk. Both tracks wero
blocked. Homo passengers and baggago wero
transferred at tho wreck on tho early trains,
which wero dolayed about one and a half
hours. Othor trains avoided tho wTeck by
way of Spring-Valley and Sufforu. Through
trains wero despatched over the Fremont
branch. Tho tracks wero expected to be
cleared of tho wreckage at noon.
The Soup Win of No Uee to Illm.
Scvcnteen-ycas-old Kdward Stuart, of No. 228
Weat Twenty-ninth street, was a prisoner this
morning at Jcffcrion Market Court. Uo stole a
bar of soap from In front of Louis Meyer's grocery
store. No. 4S1 Seventh avenue. John Mather, the
salesman, saw Stuart commit tho theft and run
away, lie gavo chase and captured him. Police
man McCool, of the Nineteenth Precinct, who
brought the young thief to court, said that Stuart
belongs to a gang of boys who iteal everything
they can lay their bands nn and aro a general
nuisance to storekeepers. Fusllco Dulfy held Stu
urt for trial In 1300 bull.
w
Itmi Oier by a Wiirou and Killed.
Charles Walker, a helper on u brewery wagon,
fell of! the vehicle while ou tho bridge which spans
tho railroad cut through Fourth avenue at One
Hundred and Twenty-sixth street, al 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Tho wairon wheel pasucd
over his neck, killing hlin. William Callahan, w ho
was driving, was arrested. Ho was committed by
Justice Wclde In the Harlem Court this morning
to uwult tbe action of tho Coroner.
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ilrooklyii' New Ilnnu.
Tho certificate of incorporation of the Merchants'
Hank of Brooklyn was filed In tho County Clerk's
office of Kings County j esterday. Tho bank Is to
have a capital stock of tlOO.ooo, In shares of 1 100,
und will begin operation ou Jan. 4. Tbe pro
tector of this now enterprise f Mr. Sldncr S.
lloag, a gentleman well known among New York
bankers, and who organized the Ilrojdway Hank
of Brooklyn, recently Incorjioratcd.
aw i
Tbrlr Mall Ilrouxht a Mile Nearer.
Postmaster llendrlx gae notice this morning
that on Nov. 1 thero will be established at Davis's
pharmacy, Do Kalb and Marcy avennes, Brooklyn,
a jew branch noM-orncr, to be called "Station
V." This branch has long been Tamed by resi
dents of tbe neighborhood, and will save a Journey
of over a mile fur thonu who eeck money orders or
postal notes.
Did Not Par for Tbelr Hank.
An attachment has been Issued by Judge Dono
auo agatnBt the property In this State of mttcr A
Doubleday, )f Columbus, Kan., n a milt for
U.oeo brought by Charles J. Babbit, as counsel for
the Bank of Columbus, Kan. Tho bank sold Us
business to the lofendanta on Oct. s, together with
Its good will and rlghta, for Si, wo. This sum has
uot been paid.
Anolbrr Trial far Policeman Merlin.
Superintendent Murray has llrectcd fjpt. Al
laire to if ml to hlin Mrs. Krumm and sll other
-amnesics who testified that they bad given brtbea
to Oftlcer Seellg. Formal charges will be pre
ferred against seellg. Tbe latter as held In 1500
ball by Justice Uaffy on a charge of extortion.
HELEN DAUVBAY'S ADDING.
A HOME RUN WITH 8H0RT STOP WARD, OP
1 THE NEW YORK TEAM.
After niretliir Illm Hoclally, the Arrreia Pell
In I,ovc nlth llaneball Hbe Attended the
tJuiiu-n ami Presented a t'lmtnptonahlp
Cii Tito llniiiscnicnt Krpt a Hecret
The Hrldesroom a I.atuer.
.,.,.. -IBS Helon Druv.
yA f VV" fl rB"' "10 oH-kriown
ynf VVV A fl v,aa mnrriod early this
uVvL '2i'lVl mom'nC ky llov. Dr.
lit pa aii 111 0em8, '-I'ko !"" f
3--.C)j.,!3jLl I her choico is Mr. John
tjjubsijtSg'fl 1 Montgomery Ward, ox-
j'll ' IJtiSrC p captain of tho Now
'LBll,wiwsii ork baseball team.
iMYftSjQ.??' -'rcnt efforts were
fc irv1 3 liindo to keep tho nnws
AQu V I i ft socrct, but it leaked
WljS!at) ou nn l,roTCd a Bn-
I'tlia'li&UH 1 no 8,lrlriso to tho dra.
iV ji-'l motio fraternity. Not
. even Miss Dnuvray's
f& best frionds in tho pro.
viS. fession wore told of
iffJlk "10 com'uB ovont,
L Monagor Dan Froh.
Pffi matt himself getting
t'jlN his first information
7t through an Evt.nino
)H uf , Would reporter very
W Jy .-jg early this morning.
j55 &.; ' Many professional
friends aud admirers
of tho nctress, thinking tho ceromouy would
Inko placo nt hor rcsidonco. No. 49 Park nvo
uuo, hastened to send floral and othor pres
ents. Tho found, however, that tho houso
wus occupiod only by servants and had been
partinlly stripped of its furniture. Miss
Dauvray, it was said, had left the house in a
carriage shortly boforo 8 o'clock with her
mother, Mrs. Louisa 'Williams, and Mr.
Ward.
Tho marrlago wns to tnko placo out of tho
city .and tho callers woro told that the brido
and bridegroom would at onco start ou n bridal
tour to tho West extending as far as Ban Frnu
eisco. They aro expected to remain on tho
l'acilio coast until Christmas or Now Year's,
when thoy will roturn to New York.
Whero tho ceremony took placo was not
disclosod, but Mr. J. F. Blaokhnrst, Mr.
Ward's intimato friond, is uuthory for tho
fact that it occurred.
MIbs Dauvray, whoso real narao is Helen
Gibson, was horn in Cincinnati in 1858. nor
parents woro wall-to-do, ond their homo wns
in Bau Francisco. Tho littlo girl showed
early promise of dramatio talont, nnd at llvo
years of ago sho mado her debut at tho Cali
fornia Theatre, Bau Francisco, as Eva in
" Undo Tom's Cabin," Bho proved a suc
cess at onco, and during tho noxt fow years
appeared in tho principal cities of the United
Btates, Canada and Australia. Besides play
ing in " Undo Tom's Cabin" sho took the
part of Fidolia in "Tho Firo Chief." Bho
was billed as " Littlo Nell, tho California
Diamond."
Having realized n largo sum of monoy by
.these earlyeffprts. jbIio, wjiUp,ivrisjto fitmlx.
for highornights In hor profession. Sho wns
accompanied by her mother, who hod in tho
mrautimo married a Mr. Williams.
Miss Dauvrny passod so on years in Paris.
Bho studied nssiduously, uud mastered the
French languagb so thoroughly as to bo nblo
in 1882 to ninku her debut on tho stago of tho
Folies Dromatiqties, in Paris. Four years
ago sho mado arrangements to roturn to Now
York, ond engaged Mr. John Ilickaby as her
manager. Bho producod tho play of " Mono"
at tho Stnr Theatre, aud scored a very pro
nounced success in tho title rolo.
Tho next season when Btoolo Mackayo's
lease of tho Lyceum Theatre expired, sho bo
camo tho lesseo. In her two seasons sho pro
duced "Ono of Our Girls" "The Lovo
Chase," " Met by Chance," ''Peg Wofling
ton " nnd " A Scrap of Paper."
Miss Dauvray iB of medium height nnd of
graceful, though rather slim figure Sho has
bright, dancing black eyos.nnd a wonderfully
Auo hcud of jet black hair. Sho has been as
successful as a woman of busiuess and us
an actress.
This is Miss Dauvrny's second marriage.
Her first husband was Herbert Tracy a dra
matio author. Bho obtained u divorce from
him. nnd. ho married Etelkn Wurdcll, tho
operatic singer.
Miss Dauvray and her mother lived at No.
49 Park ovcuuo with tho lattor's sistor.Mrs.
Clara Holm. Mrs. Helm is a wealthy widow,
her husband, Mr. Jordon Helm, having left
her much valuablo city real cstato nt his
death flvo years ago.
Mr. John M. Ward has mado an envioblo
reputation on tho diamond field. Ho is o
lawyer bv profession and n gradnato of
Columbia Law School. Ho is n splendid
looking follow, obout thirty years old, toll
and light complexioued aud wears a short,
blonde moustache. Ho is reputed to bo
well off, nnd is a member of tho
Lotos und Manhattan clubs. Ho was well
known as an amateur baseball player for
several years before ho oppeorod as a pro
fessional with tho Providence Club in 1877.
Ho remained with that organization for flvo
seasons, and it was mainly through his efforts
that tho club won tha championship in 1879,
Ho joined tho New York Club as pitcher in
1B82, and aftnrworcrs took tho position of
short stop. Ho has held that position ovor
Hinco, and up to July last was captain of tho
team. Ho then resigucd, with tho avowed
intention of studying law. Ho also organized
tho Bull Players' Brotherhood, of whioh ho
is now tho President. Ho speaks several lan
guages fluently.
Miss Dauvray met Mr. Wnrd socially two
years ago, nnd sinco thou sho has been a
dovoteo of bnsoball. Tho causo of sudden
affection for flio gamo was not understood at
tho timo, but in tho light of to-day's ovent
tho mystery is dispollcu.
All through tho two post seasons sho has
been n regular attendant at tho Polo Grounds,
always an cnthusiastis champion of tho homo
team. In hor lovo for tho gamo sho offered
tho Helen Dnuvray Cup to tho champion
baseball team of tho world, and had gold
medals struck for tho members of tho win
ning team.
It was uoticod that sho always applauded
Mr. Ward nhen ho appearod on tho field,
but her Jemoiistration was never so pro
nomiced as to enablo tho gossips to guoss
where hor affections woro placed.
John B. Day, President of tho Now York
Baseball Club, told an Evenino Wonm ro.
portor this morning thut he had known of
tho intended marriago for a couple of weeks.
" Tho couple wished the affair to bo kept a
secret," ho continued. " On Saturday last
Mr. Ward requested me to allow him a
leavo of ahsenco, nhich I readily grantod.
There was uo timo limit to tho Uavo. Ho
can stay sll winter if he desires. He has
served tho club very taithftilly and bus
worked hard during tho past Mason, nud de
serves his pleasure "
" 'as Mr. Ward resigned from tho club ? "
'ho, Mr. Ward has not reMgned, nnd ho
will not necessarily resign now."
It is announced that ltev. Dr. Deems per
formed the ceremony at Miss Dauvray's rca i
tlonco at 8 A. M. this morning.
Can't Ttity Vt a Hfllrr Argument?
HAS THE ENGAGEMENT BEEN BROKEN ?
Mis HIoIUo Oarfleld'n i1InrrIno I'ontponed
Nlic Will llcinnln In Uuropn a Year.
inouL to Tne xvemiko wobld.)
Cleveland, Oct, 13. Tho causo of Mrs.
James A. Garfield ond daughter, Miss Mollio,
sailing for Eugland so unexpectedly on tho
Arizona yesterday is tho critical illness of
Miss Mason, Mrs. Garfield's niece, who is
now in London. This necessarily postpones
tho marriago of Miss Mollio to J. Stnnley
Brown, which had been fixed for Oct. 20.
Mrs. Garllold and daughter oxpect to pass
tho winter in Europe, and will not return bo
foro noxt spring at tho earliest. Tho wed
ding, therefore, will probably not toko placo
until next autumn. Thoy wero not accom
panied by Mr. Brown.
Notwithstanding tho foregoing explana
tion, which is an authoritative statement
from closo family frionds, the consensus of
opinion In social circles horo is that thoro
was soma interior purposo in this sudden dis
arrangement of long-matured plans, and cur
rent gossip is to tho effect that tho postpone
ment of tho wedding is not only until noxt
year, but is indefinite.
Nothing positive is known, of conrso; but
with tho wedding day so near at hand it is
argued, and with reason, that it could havo
been advanced t6 meet tho omergoncy, if tho
illness of Miss Mason is railing Mrs.and Miss
Garfield abroad, or if it wero necessary to go
a year's obscnao would not bo entailed in
consequonco. Altogether tho affair is most
mysterious, and bos afforded society hero a
choico morsel of gossip.
GALLANTLY RESCUED AT SEA.
The Nova Bcntlan Hrbooner, Happy Home,
Hprlncn a Leah. Abandoned anil Ilurued.
iriCIiL TO THE EVKXISO WOIlI.D.
Boston, Oct. 12. Tho British btoomor,
Roman, Capt. Williams, which arrived this
a. m. from Liverpool, had on board Capt.
McNult and crow, of tho British schoouor
Happy Homo, that was abandoned ot sea.
Copt. Williams said that ho left Liverpool
Oct. 1 and had light southwest winds down
the channel and along tho Irish coast. When
in latitudo 44.29, longitudo 60.40, on Oct. 10,
they sighted a Bohooner that bad her ensign
union down. Tho steamer's course was im
tnediaivly changed and aha at onco headed
for tho distant .vessel.
On reaching tho vessel in distress it was
found that sho was tho nappy Homo, from
Halifax. N. B., to Picton, laden with furni
ture. Sho had loft Halifax on Oct. 1, and a
weok later wns struck by a galo und sprung
a leak,
Tho captain and crew woro transferred to
tho Rowan, und tha schooner, which lay in
tho parts of ocean steamers, was burned.
M aw
Poat-Ofllco Iluralars Sentenced.
IM'ECIAT. TO TUI ITIMKd WOULD.)
Trintok, X. J., Oct. 12. William Langtry and
James Johnson, tho Jersey City l'ost-Offlco burg
lars, were arraigned In tho Federal Court to-day
for sentence. Judge Wales told tho prisoners that
they had been fairly tried, and that nothing had
como to light to Induce tho Court to mitigate tho
full penalty prescribed for their offence. This Is
five years' imprisonment, fl.buu fluo andthecosu
ot the court. Langtry here poko np and reminded
the Court that ho aud his accompllcu had already
spent eight months In Jail. Judge Wales gave
them the benefit of this tune and they wero then
taken off to prison for four years and four mouths.
Tho full fine was recorded against them.
Iluralam lu a New Kniclatid Vlllrwte.
Kinubtom, Mass. , Oct. li. Early to-day Sirs.
Louis Henry Keith was awakened by a noise from
an ajolnlng apartment and saw tho flash of a dark
lantern through the open door. She aroused her
husband and told him to get hU revolver.
Mr. Keith chased the bnrglar half-way down
stairs when tho latter turned and tired, the ball
passing over Mr. Keith's head, and Imbedding,
Itself In the wall. The burglar escaped, but se
cured no booty. At tho post-orHro iho burglars
broke a light of glass and effected an entrauce,
taking about f IS In money. Other houses were
also robbed.
a,
80,000 for Being Crippled.
Cecelia E. Ames recovered a verdict of $3,000
against tho Broadway ltallroad Company before
Chlcf-Judgo Sedgwick and a Jury In the Superior
Court to-day. On March 27, l&u, the plaintiff, a
child of seven years, was knocked down by a car
In liroadway, at Twelfth street. Mary Flynn, her
companion, was killed, while sho wus so severely
Injured that her right leg had to bo amputated.
Getting liendy for Winter.
Charles ltoblnaon, colored, twenty-one years
old, was held for trial thla morning by Justice
Duffy at Jefferson Market Court on the charge of
burglary. Mrs. Margaret Holding, of No. 131
West Seventeenth street, appearod as complainant
against him for having broken Into her apart
ments on Monday last and stolen a suit of clothing
valued at H5.
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Ilaynes U Mayor of Newark.
Sin tho election for Mayor of Newark yesterday
Haynes, the Democratic candidate, was elected
with 10,780 votes. Pentecost, tho labor candidate,
received only l,S-tJ votes.
About the Toilers.
Two thousand members are In good standing In
Clgarmakers' Union No. 144 and tho fund amounts
to very nearly $21,uvo.
Carl Iloutow has been elected President of tbe
Furriers' Union and Carl Neldhard Secretary.
Tbe Socialistic labor unions and Progressive
Labor party clubs aro making preparation for a
big turn-out next Monday evening lu Union
Square.
The labor parties will havo candidates for tho
Legislature In all tbe Assembly district.
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l'rob'a l'oreeaat of the Weather.
t Washington, Oct. 12.
fur Cuwiecltait and East
ern .Ytto York; fair
xrfatlur; tUghllv icannrr;
Itjht to frttt northicett
erlv winds, $Mfng to
s toiatiiMsUrlv.
tn" Kiiittrn Fennsvt
vanta, .Veto Jtrscv and
Delaware: tllghUv warm
er, fair txaUitr, light to rtih iwrUMOttrlv
xcindi, becoming variable.
DEATH BY WATER AND JTRE. 19
DISASTROUS STORMS IN MEXICO AND YJBM . iH
IN CALIFORNIA. H,
The City of lurl!t,o Totally Destroyed- fi
Wreck In tho Unit of Mexico Forests 'IJB
Allarae In Poor of the Goldea Btata 'IgHHi
(!ountlc Il'-ldsc Ilnrned Dp l?uaUIea 7LD
Homeless nnd Hundred of People ilalnetU raiiH
(SPKCIAL TO'TnE XVIKIKO WOBXD. VBBalB
Nooauch, Ari Oct. 12. Ono of tho most ''ItfH
disastrous storms over known on tho northom 3bH
coast of Moxico ocourrcd on tho 7th and 8th. J 'SA
Tho city of Quolito, a town of mora than i-;9
eight thotiRond people, was totally destroyed 'l!H
and many lives lost. Telegrams givo ao. NH
counts of most affecting Bcenen. Many 'n
women, children and men wero floundering . uJbbbbbI
in tho stormy current and crying for help, .'c'H
which was not at hand. No particulars aro 'tt
obtainable as tha wires are down. Despatches XH
state tho supposition that numbers of wrecks , ,f$H
occurred in tho Gulf. Later despatches' re- , ,!jH
port the entiro coffeo nnd orongo crops I , tlH
Sluoln destroyed. vlsafl
San Francisco, Oct. 12. For tho past four ' 9H
days forest flres have boon raging In Sonoma, 'tssH
Alameda, San Mato and Santa Craz couni gH
tics, all in tho vicinity of tho Bay of SaM ' k?H
Francisco. .'HH
Reports from various towns in the counties J, H
report tho fires burning fiercer than over. la 'CbbH
Alameda thirteen miles havo boon swept vflH
clean. Several fino farms havo been com- 9
plotoly consumed. Tho ground is covered ' JBH
with carcases of cll kinds of dead animals JJal
and it is thought several human lives must '.fjsloH
have been lost. i3iLbH
In San Mato several bridges and shingle, fLH
mills havo been levelled to the ground. rl'$M
In Santa Cruz two box-mills havo been do- iVlaH
stroyod. Tha .tiro has swept valuable farms ''JH
out of existenco. Thero were 1,000 cords ot JitH
wood consumed. '''H
From Sonoma comes tho report that the cH
flames havo travelled ten miles in the past . VMH
twenty-four hours, and devastated everything '"flLH
in their way. Many families havo been mado 3H
homoloss. &isH
WESTERN UNION'S ANNUAL MEETING-. d&M
Tho Furchiue of the Baltimore nnd Ohio taifl
Wire Approved. '"I'SL
Tho Wostcrn Union Telegraph Company's t
stockholders, at their annual meeting ''V-JH
to-day, ro-electod -tho old Board of 'J
Directors. Charles'. Lanier was chosen ;:'JH
to succeed Itobort Lenox Kennedy, , J
deceased. President Sam Sloan, of tho r'fH
Lackawanna, who is a member of the West- 9H
cm Union Executive Committee, acted as Sj
chairman. Tho voto cast was CS0,0C0 shares . -'aH
for tho old ticket. -.''H
Tho stockholders approved the action of, V-iH
the Executive Committee in purchasing tho tB
Baltimoro and Ohio Telegraph lines; H
and authorized tho issue of $5,000,000 waM
additional stock to pay for the' ',!4
acquisition. As previously reported, tho BaL. - , ':H
timoro it Ohio Itailroad Company will havo V
exclusive wires, between Philadelphia) audi 't-3B
New York, ns well nfftho lines necessary for' "if3H
its railroad business. In addition.the Western iiM
Union pays $00,000 per annum for rentals,' s JM
Ac. Tbo contract' with tho Baltimoro and 3H
Ohio Itailroad Company is for fifty years. 'PH
Mr. J. Vierpout Morgan was made arbitrator .fflal
to snttlo any differences that may arise. JlLfl
By the stockholders' action to-day tho 3M
Western Union Telegraph Company's capital 'H
stock bos been increased to $86,200,000. The '
Executive Committee did not advance rates, niH
but some action in this direction is looked JiHJ
for shortly. H
Tho net earnings were $4,037,281, an in- .LH
crease of $117,120. The surplus was 87,002,- 'iH
157, an increoso of $2,092,356. H
Htrert and Sidewalk Covered. ''yaB
Supt, Itlchardson, of tbe Bureau of Kncum-
brances, mado a report to-day to Commissioner of fH
Public Works Newton about the flevated r&llroad. LH
obstructions at Eighth avenue and One Hundred !H
and Flfty-afth street, which have been complained' ftH
of. He says: .!ibH
"I nnd that on both tides of Eighth avenue, "jH
partly over the sidewalks, buildings have been '3H
erected one, two and three stories In height above M
the level of iho road. On the west side these ob- JTB
atructtons extend 634 feet, and on tbe east side 635 ''"-saH
feet north of the regular station. On tbe east aide the sH
structure projects over the curb line of tbe sidewalk tj&M
10 feet 7 inches and on the west etda B feet f. fflLH
Inches. Between these obstructions the whole -i.'JaH
width of tho avenuo la covered by extra tracks for saH
switching purposes. From thcao extra tracks JJH
ashes and cinders aro damped In luge quantities 'rJM
on tbe surface of the street below." HH
Commissioner Newton referred the report to the LS
Corporation Counsel to determine bis authority la iLBl
tho matter. JH
lllg Honkers Sleet In rituburg." 'jjsl
SPECIAL TO TBI EVZHUfO WOBXD. 'LH
PiTTSBUita, Oct. li The sixteenth annual con- jiaH
ventlon of tbo American Bankers' Association met jH
In this city to-day. Among the delegates are ex j
Comptroller Knox, rresldent-ot tbe National! JH
Bank of the Bepubllo, New York; Georga H
S. Coc, President of tho American Ex- BrU
change Katlonal Bank, Now 'York; William, '-
P. St. John, President of the Mercantile National) jH
Bank of Troy, and Logan O. Murray, President ot I 'ilH
the United Btates National Bank of New York, i - -Lfli
ilr. Knox will deliver an address on the surplna "SiB
and the publlo debt. The entertainment ot the 9DH
visitors Includes a steamboat excursion and a rail- LH
way excursion through tho oil and gas regions. tH
Capital to tho extent of $1,000,000,000 la reproa !IH
sented. nkaH
a, 'Jaaaaaaa
?Iarrlrd Her Father's Coachman. ''fl
(snout. TO THE ETXMIXO WOaXD.l jaH
Niaoaha Falls, Oct.12. Amos Wood, a wealthy ,9
Phlladelphlan, arrived In thut place on Monday In WM
search ot his nineteen-year-old daugbter, Annie, H
who recently eloped from Philadelphia with the 351
family coachman, Howard Wagner. The sonplu &I
had been living quietly at a hotel on the Canada Vt'tM
side on the prooeeds received from. tho young wfw
lady's Jewels. The couple were married nnder 'mm
assumed names. A reconciliation between father airs
and duugbter was effected and they left for Folia EI
delphla last night. .JK
Geu. Faulkner Held for Trial. ' iK
SrXCIAL TO TUE EVZHiaa WOBLD.l MM
IIoffalo, Oct. 12. Qen. Faulkner hu been. iflSa
held In ISO.OOO ball for complicity with bis brother, H
In Issuing false atatements of the condition of the 11
Uansvlllo. He will appear at the Auburn term ot.) AfflSI
tho United States Court for trial. "Sum
Snaps from tbe Sounder. JjM
Jacxsonville, Oct- li There was one dealo AjM
from yellow fever at Tampa to-day aud three new S1H
cases developed. j9l
Cincinnati. Oct. 18.-M If said that W.R.DavU. ,B
bookkeeper for llaeder, Adamson 4 Co. , a branca MH
of a Philadelphia house, la short $3,000. Mftfl
NKwronT, Oct. la. la a mlrnlo naval engage- MM
ment last night tho aleel cruiser Ailanta outbattled fMM
the torpedo boAta by a sudden chango In berpatl MUm
tion. H
PuiLADEirniA, Oct. . At the centennial oele. JK1
bratlop of the settlement ot Susqnehanua Coualy , rmM
to-day, Gov. Beaver will review the procejstoa , rWM
and tne, oovernor, Qaloaha A. Orow, aao Ctt!t .
JnaUceSvuiUms wmsMsU14tt,, . -Jtj
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