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"PRICE ONECEJt! NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. JH
, BABIES, AGONY AND DEATH.
A FATAL CASE 011 HYDROPHOBIA. AT THE
CHAMBERS STRKhT HOSPITAL.
byniptonn nf Ilia lllscnsc Mnntfcstrd by n
tVnstiiiiHtuii Alurkrt l'nrter it ."Month inrr
Jlilu llllten by it Hon llrnulfiil Snller-
IiiK" l,lllt Ciuiscil Drnlli In Tun Iluy
I. A Cripple's Paroxysmal HtrciiKth,
, " Dnv in " Cnnaviui dlod in creat agony nt
4. iho Chandlers Street Hospital nt fi.30 this
Morning of hydrophobic. Ho hud been taken
tliero for treatment nt 1 o'clock yesterday
Charles Cnnnvnn is tho namo on Rovornl
articles IioIourIhr to tho unfcirtuuato mnn,
it ineludiiip; n litter addressed to him; hut ho
vasaffoctionatoly known ns "Dnv io." Ho was
n cripple, lmiui; suffered n contraction of
3, ono leu and tho loss of nn oyo when n lad.
JIo vvnstvventy-sovin years old nud mm cm
jiloycil ns n porter nhout Washington Market.
I" Though ho hnd not it single relation lh iujr,
q, ho counted a friend in overy ono of tho mar-
ketincn. Ho lodged in a smnll room ov or
Coward's shoo store, at 270 Greenwich street,
O mid was known ns a quiet, Rood.nnturcd, uu-
J jortuuuto youuR mnn.
' On Oct. 8 last Ciinnvnn saw a hip, ferocious
" hull-doff and n handsomo, HhnRRy-contud
Jf Newfoundland in nn unequal fight in tho
road in front of 270 Groeuvv ioh street, whoro
PI ho lodRed. In attempting to soparato
tho nuimals ho was bitten by
II ono of tho brutes, n big Rash being
mado in tho small Auger of his
. right hand. So firm was tho grip of tho dog
, that Canav an lifted it clear from tho ground
(1 in hifl efforts to pull his finger out of its
ittws. Tho wound was painful, but gavo
Jnnnvan no concern, though it did not seem
to heal properly, nud was still an open wound
P" on Saturday Inst.
v, Saturday night Catinvmi bought a glass of
boor in c, neighboring saloon, but when it
v ns set on tho bar beforo him n shudder
rnn through his frnmo, ho could
10 not drink tho amber liquid mid
n froth canio to his mouth. Tho froth seemed
to strnnglo hlmj; Ins phnrynx contrnctod con-
tvj vnlsivoly and ho coughod in n mnnnor rc-
I pombling tho half-suppressed barking of a
I lestcrday morning, on his way out,
nv I Canavau's room-uiato, Allan Kent, stopped
, m at tho door of a kind-hearted littlo
,B woman who lives on tho floor bo-
low and asked if sho would not look
mi fl nflnrTVmtn i tin fippmnrl tn Ln Ktlfforimr. Hlin
OR I went n littlo later toCnnnvan's room and
SO m found him sitting on tho edgo of his
T- B, bed vninly trying to rid himself of a froth
:F- ' that constantly welled up in his mouth. To
AT m every offer of assistanco or attention tho
M young man gnvo a gruff reply, not liko tho
ixAWl eeiMo Dnvio. Tills frightened tho littlo
rn-flft woman, and sho left him.
iH I During his nooning John Rogers, who is
flf employed nt tho oybtcr stalls in Washington
OMHl Market, and UveB at Murray street, found
lESVl Davio standing on tho curbstone at Greenwich
II and Murray streets in a dazod condition.
EdB Ills hand wns kept In motion brushing nwoy
KnBL froth thnt was constantly appearing on his
B lips, and ho did not bocm to know his friend.
Rogers says : "I wns timid of Davio, for
EOM,' lie did not act right. But I took him to
I Chambers Street Hospital, and thoro ho sat
3BJ behind tho stovo in tho reception-room, wait-
I I ing for his number to bo called, and frothing
tJ nt tho mouth and coughing like a barking
3 Dr. Wedokind, tho houso surgoon, thought
instantly upon examining Canav nu that It
Nt as a genuine caso of hydrophobia, and by
dint of questioning bocamo suro of it. Tho
caso was diagnosod on tho hospital hooks as
" cardiac," and later, in consultation. Dr. C.
n. Wilkin, tho v isiting surgeon ; Dr. Garret
sou and Dr. Wedekmd decided that it was
Canavan soon began to have paroxysms,
nnd theso incrcasod in violonco, despito
strong injoctioub of morphlno, whlskoy and
milk and tho administration of othor reme
dies for rabies, and it required nil tho
strength of tho big and strong nurse. Ilerr
mnnu, and other attendants, to keop tho poor
fellow on his bed.
Tho spasms of tho pharvnx, trachea nnd
larynx increased momentarily, both in mo.
lenco nnd frequency, nud when tho water test
n as applied Canav nu expectorated violently,
end acted liko a landman.
At inters nls tho agonized sufferer wns per
fectly lucid, nnd tniked of his malndv. Ha
k know its nature nud that ho must die. Ho
A was n pitiful sight. Usually hvdiophobino
patients livo threo or four daj s, dying finally
of exhaustion. Hut Canavnn's lmroxvsms
th ' grow moro frequent and of longer duration.
a There was a continued strugglo all night,
i fir tho conscious moments being furthor and
wed further npart. At times, in a pnroxysm, tho
an- littW cripplo would lift tho massi of ramo of
pool tho Swedish nurso off tho floor. At 0.30
ront o'clock his agony was ended in death,
trau Cnnaton's follow-workcrs in tho market
iibl will porform tho dutiis of relatives, nnd seo
rtog that lie is laid at rost decently.
& BLirPEPvY ANTON SIDEL.
,hed Tulieu lo Stnten IMaml After Hovernl
no- Karupes l'ruui ArrnHl.
imll Deputy Sheriffs. Drown and Sieger, of
mi. Richmond County, reached Staton Island to-
Ti. $ay having in custody Anton Sidol, who is
' accused of robbing his omployor, Michael
safjj l'ressman, of Staploton, of property worth
" Sulci fled nfter tho robbery. Ho w as traced
to CO Kssox street, this city, nnd then to Ilos-
. Jou, where thu deputy Bherills found m his
. i boarding.houso, in Silliman slieet, aaliso
W: containing part of tho stoh-n proiiorty nnd
two nnd a half pounds of dvnamitc.
jj Last night Sidel was arrested at l'rovi-
, -i uenco, R. I. Tho deputy sheriffs took tho
u 3 first train for New York, but whon near Mid.
dletown, Conn., Sidel jumped from tho train.
, I At tho noxt stntlon n tc legram was scut to
! Mlddletow n, and after a tw o hours' delay tho
Staton Island deputies leached thcio and
found theii man undciarrest.
1 ninlcnlm IluuuluMs'n (Inner Will.
F'l'ECUL TO TUE KYLMNO WORLD.l
! rLTiiouiii, Nov. 16. '1 he Hill or tlio 1st Mal
colm Dougluss, V. 1). , of Kat Wareliam, was pro
Sbta litre lo-itay. It provides that his coflln shall
? ''plain plno box," unUthat lta tost, together
wjjn the undertaker's expenses, Bhall not exeeea
. wt " ""IvlBes the famllj not to wear mournliur.
.L"?! jnaMiti tho mourners not to stand m tuo grate
St I Wth uncovered heads U the day ot tho fuueraf
" 9 houla be cold.
J A Htmndeil Collier Havrd.
.1 1PKC1AL TO THE KVEKIMO WOntD.
ui'f I fninwicx, N. J., Nov. 15. The steam collier
'It' 1 diarlet Y, Majrer, which wa stranJcd on Oct.
m ??' k?Hf "leCliadwIclcI.iIoSatlnBSnilon, as
3 ' MnlertoPfbj a wrctlving tu? ihls nioniluir. Iho
tr 1'aierlalnaiiparfiiiljr uood condition, sbetiiu
'i VMi W0VI by ,u,)lu'' Meruit, and U bound for
Max MM .a (In (Itare.
I eumhToloiplattiMBwr'AiPAnil. V
IOWA IS A DOUBTFUL STATE.
Itcprmcntnllc McDonald Hnys Alllion Will
lie Nnmliintcd by tbe Urpubllram.
ItirciAt. to tuk rvimxu would. 1
WAsntNrtTON, Nov. 15. Ucpresentntlvo
McDounld, of Minnesoln, helioses that tho
next l'resldi ntinl election will find bomo of
tho Northwest States in tho Democratic
"Onlysovou years ago tho Btato of Iown
Rno Garfield n majority of 7U,000. In 1M2
tho majoritv for Gov. Sherman full to fil.OOO.
In IBrtlMr. Hlaino's iilnralitv was only liS.UOO,
Lnst ear tho lb publican Secretary of Stuto
won by only U.000 mnjorih audit is not un
reasonable now to biliuto tho reports
that thu Democrats hno carried tho
btato. If they hao not carried
it this year there is no rcabon
why they should not next jear. Iotta is no
longer a Nifo Republican State. In tho best
view that Republicans can tako of it,
it is vi rv uncertain. Thero is littlo
doubt that the Republican cundidatu
for tho Presidency next year will
bo Senator Allison, of Iowa, who is tho
man that Mr. lllaino would solict if ho woro
asked to namo tho Republican nominee And
it looks now asif Clotnland would carry Iowa
m 18h8 iiEniubt any Republican candidate,
oven Allium. Theie is no mistake about it.
Tho Democrats are on top and tho Rcpuhli
cans aro falling further and further behind
INIEEESTLN'G TO ALL I1R0KIES.
Edtrnrd I AInon on Trlnlnr Atdlnfi n Cleve
UrrciiL to the EvrHiNO woni.n. I
Cr.EVEi.AXu, Nov. 15. During 1881, Edward
L. Moon managed a bucket-shop hore f(jr
speculation in grain on margins. Business
was transacted through Chicago brokers.
Ho mado the acquaintauco of Isaac Stan
ley, paying-tollor of tho Nntionnl lJnnk of
Commcrco, nud interested him in speculation
with tho prospect of quickly nmassing wealth.
Stanley invested lnrgo amounts in corn and
whent on margins, abstracting funds from
tho bank for this purpose Aftor taking
8100,000 ho was detected and arrest followed.
Ho procured bail and tho caso has not yet
Meantime Stanley has lived in Illinois.
Moon was indicted for aiding oud assisting
Stanley m embezzling tho funds of thu bank
by adt lbiug w hen and how to iu t st in gram
margins. Yesterday afternoon Moon's trial
was begun in tho United States Circuit
Court, to which it has been advanced by pre
vious trials. .
Theiuestions involved in tho case nro of
great interest to brokers.
TIKED BY AN EXPLOSION.
Coal Scattered Over tho Ilollevllle filed
Works by a IliirmliiK Holler.
srrciii. to tub ktehiho wonr.D. I
Patekson, N. J., Nov. IB. With a tremen
dous report and a crash that wcro henrd nil
over tho town, a boilor in tho Bellevillo Steol
Works oxploded at 7 o'clock this morning.
Buildings in the vicinity woro shaken nnd
people ruBhed out of thoir houses in alarm.
Tho coals in tho f urnaco vf ere scattered all
over tho w orks and flro immediately broke
out in a number of places.
In n few momonts tho buildings woro
wrapped in flames. Tho llellovillo firo de
partment wns called out, but could not copo
successfully with tho fire, and assistanco wns
asked from Nownrk.
Tho flromou of that city nnd Bollovillo had
their hands full, but tho (lames were under
control by 10 o'clock. Tho works are com
pletely gutted, and tho damage will probably
bo over $15,000.
The engineer, who was near tho boilor,
was thrown to tho ground, but os.
enped sorious injury. A man who had
beon ordered to mako some repairs to the
boiler, was on ton of it and was thrown vio.
lently to tho root. Ho locoivod only slight
EAST AND WEST IN BASE BALL.
.Semcthluir In tho N-licnio to Form Ttvo
I.viiKm'B ItlannKi'r llnrnle Sus.
HI FCIAL TO THE EVrXIMO WOIII D. I
PrnrsnuHa, Nov. 15. Manngor Baruio says
thoro is moro in tho proposed Eastern Asso
ciation scliomo than had yet been published.
Ho declined to givo any detailed statement of
tho affair, but admitted that President Soden.
of tho Bostons, was interested in tho move,
ment. Ho voluntcored tho argument that tho
formation of an Eastern Lcagua would sao
all the clubs interested a great deal of money,
as tho Intor-Stato Commorco bill at present
made tho rates of travel fairly ruinous.
" What clubs would bo in tho now organi
zation ?" was askoil.
" Why, they talk of having Washington,
Baltimoro, Boston, New York, Pittsburg,
Brooklyn, and two from Philadelphia. This
would mako oight clubs, with Pittsburg and
Boston ns tho extreme points of travol. Then
tho West could organizo with Chicago,
Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louisille, Cincin
nati, Cleveland, Detroit and cither Milwaukee
A FIREMAN THROWN l.COO FEET.
An Engine on the New York Central V.x
Iilodea One ."Mnn Killed.
iPrCUL TO THE EVKNIKQ WOULD,
Albany, N. Y Nov. IB. A locomotivo at
tached to n froight train on tho Now York
Contrnl Railroad, exploded nenr Palatine
Bridgo this morning. Tho firoman was
thrown tho length of fifty cars into tho rier
and was instantly kilh d.
Tho engineer was thrown tho longth of two
cars. Ho is not expected to livo.
IIli Jugular Vein Cut by a Stone.
SrzCUl. TO TUE ETEMISla WOltt.D. 1
WAI.THAH, Me8., Nov. 15. Alfred Nelson and
Arthur French, of Weston, aged eight
and eleven years, wcro playing yesttr
day In Iront of Arthur 1'rencn's home.
Ti.ey cot into n dltnute anil Alfred picked
en a Htono nn 1 tluew It at Arthur. This nilslle
ut the Jugular ein and too boy fell to tho ground
bleeding profusely. In tl reu minutes ha was
Canliler Creclllua 3tuat Oo to Jail.
(Bl-XCUL TO TUE EENIHO WOBLD.l
ST. Lodib, Nov. IB. The Grand Jury has found
an Indictment apalnst Cashier Creclllus of the
Klftli Natlounl Hank, for making falio en
tries In the books of the bunk. The Indict
ment will be returned to-morrow, when Creclllus
will bo tnkenout of tho klad hands of Marshal
1'hicbo Cousins nnd thrown Into Jail. Creclllus
still refiiot to talK, but his friends say he will
lual.e b statement soon. No oilier indictments
will be found.
Died Ncurly 101 Ycurn Old.
JJ'ICUl. TO TUL KTEKINO WOULD.
WtLMAMiroiiT, I'a., Nov. is. Mn, Catherine
PaxtoD, wblow of Co), Joseph T. l'axton, died
icstcrdar at Itopert. Hho would have bta 101
years old on next OUiitnms Say.
TO FORM ONE BIG DIST11ICT.
... , , ..
PROPOSING TO CONSOLIDATE ALL THK
A Convention to l)lruns the l'rnjcrl Next
Olnrcb Au AllluiiCK Alnn SuggcMcd AVTtli
Hock I.iiborrrN (.rui'mllr itud l'rllo
Wolkiiieii In irc:it llrltnln Knlubtit of
Labor In ('burgo of tho AiraiiKimi'iil.
A movoment is on foot in this "nnd
other cities to form a National District
Assembly of 'longshoremen nnd dock
laboicrs generally, within tho jurisdic
tion of the Knights of I itbor.
A convention of delegates from 'longshore
men's organizations in the United States and
and Canadn has been "called to moot on
Mnrch 1 at P.vthugorns Hall, 131 and ISO Canal
street, in thiscit.
leaders of tho 'longbhoromen's unions and
loenl BShcmblles, nided by tho orgauizors of
the Knights of Labor, mo mot ing actively in
the matter, and it is believed that an or
ganisation including 60,000 members will
bo formed early in tho spring under
tho National Trades Disttict inle. which
gives each body of workers so orgnni7ed full
eontiol of their own affairs, and nsburesthom
tho moral and financial bupport of tho entire
The projectors of this ochemo ulso proposo
to orgnuiru tho 'longshoremen of Great
Britain in like manner, and establish an in
ternational oiganintion or board.
Thero mo in tho Order of tin Knight ft of
Labor nt tho present timo210loc il ahseinblies
of 'longshoremen and dook luboreis, and it
committee hiiMng chargu of tho now organi
zation schema hits roemt cd fa orable r plies
from 163 locals. It is thought that the others
will also favor tho project.
The disastrous strike of last winter cauked
many of tho 'longshoremen to w ithdraw fioiii
their old organizations. It is bclietid that
with a nuw order of things they will
rejoin. Thoro oro ten local
assemblies of 'longshoremon in good stand
ing in this city, Brooklyn, Jersey Citj nnd
Hoboken, and four others aro about to re
organize All these locals will send delegatt s
to tho com ention. Boston 'longshoremen bend
word that thov aro phased with tho idea and
vill sind rtpren'iitatives. There nro fho
local assemblies in that city, with a member
ship of 1,200.
Mr. Bailey, of tho General IZxccutho
Board of tho Knights, has promired to do
nil in his power to aid tho movement, and
has recommended it to 'longshore
moil's unions. Ho also recommends that
tho proposed National Assembly adopt hub
slantiully tho constitution, nud by-luvvs of
tho Miners' and Miuo Lnborers' Nntioual As
bombly, No. 13S.
Invitations hnvo been sent to nil open
unions of 'longshoremen in this nud neigh
boring cities to send delegntes to tho conven-
In Canada thero aro nino locals of 'long
shoremen, Thoy and tho organizations at
Savannah, Now Orleans, Baltimore, Charlcb.
ton nnd other Southern cities, ns well ns tho
great body of dook laborers nt the vnrious
ports on tho hikes will Join in the scheme.
When tho National Assembly is formed a
delegation will bo sent to Great Britain to
confor with 'longshoremen there in regard to
nn international organization.
Tho projectors of tho new organization say
that its policy will bo ono of peace nnd con
sorvatism. m m
A. S. HATCH & CO 'S SUSPENSION.
Regarded by the Assignee as Moro of n.
Liquidation Than a J'nllure. ,
Mr. II. II. Chittendon, nsslgneo of tho Ann,
of A. S. Hatch A, Co., who woro forced to
suspend yesterday, said to-day that it would
bo impossible to form nn estimnto of tho lia
bilities of tho firm for two or threo'da s.
Tho general opinion among brokers is that
tho liabilities will foot up between 230,000
Mr. Chittenden said that tho creditors
woro chiefly customois of tho firm and de
positors, nnd that thoy had treated Mr.
Hatch with tho utmost kindness. Tho as
signee had heard no complaints from a
Binglo creditor, and ho slid that he looked
upon tho disaster more m thu light of a linul.
dation than a failure. He oxpeetcd that ar
rangements would bo mado so that Mr. Hatch
nugnt rtsumo bubiucbs within n compara
tively short tiino.
No prominent operators aro among tho
creditors and tho failure has had no effect
upon tho inailut or upon other banking,
houses. Mr. Hatch did not appear at his of.
(lice until tho afternoon, hav ing been com
pletely oxliaufitcd by the excitement of jyes
iorday. Thero is n sentiment in tho Stock F.xehango
that u momber who has been forced to sus.
pend twice should bo in tho futuro debarred
from the pi iv ileges of tho Exehango, hut thero
is no nVboluto and iron-bound law on tho
Mr. Hatch will bo compelled to furnish a
btateinent of his affairs to tho l'xelmngo
within thirty days, and may at any time bo
fore tho expiration of a vear rosumo his mem
beislnpif he can mlisfy '.4 authorities that
his failuio was devoid of fraud in ov ry wuy.
The fuNOuritev. T. 1'. Illldrctb.
tfPECIAI. TO THE EVTMINO WOULD.)
Clkvklami, O., Nov. 13. Charges of an Im
moral nature wcro made last evening at n meeting
held in the rirt Meihudtbl Church against Dr. T.
1". IlUdroth, pastor of the Lornln Methodist
Church, fir. HIMnth U chirgeil vllh nititug
divers nmiuii nt unseemly hours and with luudm t
UigMccfiil I" his calling. Dr. Hlldreih Is a vert
prominent clt rKVUi ui ami A member 01 tho llo ird
of 'IrJateesof the Likeable Association. In IsOV,
1S6D, lielhe vtaspaHtoi of Trinltj .Methodist hpln
eopal Church, New York, llo retusia to mako any
statement until a decision is rescued by the proper
church unthuritUs. ,
They Will Holder lllm no More.
Thomas Waters, a younir man, was beforo
Judge Cowuu In 1'art hi encral HcshIviis, this
morning, 011 a chuwi of grand llarreny.
Water jileadcd guilt to picking a
woman's pocket. llo said that ho
hjs driven to committing tlio Jcrline becmiso lie
ci.uld not ohtilu worL b cause the Knights nf
Labor hunted h'm wit rever ho npi lied for vt ork.
Uu was sentenced to lour jears and ten mouths lu
Mr. fllnrtlno llnnn't TI1110 to Consider It.
With referenco to Mayor Hewitt's letter request
ing htm to surest Bonis means for disposing of
the enormous number (t,bM) of uvclto cases
which havo uccumulaied In his offlco dur
ing the past two jcars, without being
suumlttedtothedrand Jury fur ludlctnieet, His-trlct-Attorney
Marline said this morning that ho
had, as yet, prepared no reply end, In fact, had
had 110 time to 1 un&lder tur question.
Now vrl.ir In Huston,
(si fcial to the ev emno vv oni.n.l
II0ST0N, Nov. 15. Mile. I.otla, ho Is playing
at tno I'ark Theatre tula week, Cjrll Bcott of hir
company, and her brother, J. A. Crsblroe, aro at
Hotel Urunsnlck. Kruest Lonufellow, of Now
York, son ot the poet, ami bl nlfe, are retftstercd
CALLAHAN'S IRON NLRVE.
Ills Wonit.rriil Coiilnri AOrr Hclng Itnn
Over by a Street t'nr.
A Broadway street car, crowded with peo
ple on their way homo from the opera, was
running at it high rate of speed botviotn
Thirty-sixth nnd Thirtv-sev clilh stn ets soon
nflir midnight last night. The passengers
wire suddenly blartlod by fioling tho
cur btnke and run over bomi thing and
thin htitv. To those who left tho
car for the purpose of finding out what had
happened was afforded n display of cool
noss, courago and norvo hddoni witnessed.
Seated on tho pnving stones, calmly Miiok
inga cigar, was a man over whoso legs tho
whet 1h of tho car luid just pussi d.
An ambulance on Its way from thoTvvi nty
bocoud Pieonict to Bellevuo Hospital ar
rived nt tho bceno a few miliittts aflir tho
accident oeeuied. Aiubulaneo Surgeon
Snnford and Roundhiiiiiu Cahill n miivi d the
mail, who then gave his namo as John t'alla
han, from the jiavouicut to tho ambulance
nnd immediately tarried him to Bellevuo
Hospitul. At tho hohjiltiil, Dr. Thomas Mc
Caiiu found that t allahan had reeiived nu
obliipie laceration of nil tho tibsues
of tho thigh, together with a com
pound fiaetuio of the fimur. An
amputation of the iujuied member
was immediately mado and all the blood ves
beUlied. Tho efforts or the burgeons were
in vain. Callahan dii d at .') U) o'clock this
moriinig, iibmit thrio.imnrters of an hour
niter tho omuutiim vvbb eomplctul. 1'ather
Callahan adiniuisterod tho saerauient to tho
Callahan was a lino.lookiug man, resem
bling Buflalo Bill somovv hat. Ho was tiill
and dark, and ho woro a niustnche and
gniiloe. His hair wttB long, black anil wavv.
At tho hospital he said that ho was a cur
diiver, that ho was forty-thrce years of age
and unmarried. He claimed as his place of r b
idt ncr, tho Norton Hotel. Although a nntivo
of this country, ho snid that ho possess! tl
neither relativos nor friends. Tho surgctms
at tho hospital say that it was tho worst case
of the kind ovtr brought to Bellevuo. His
bodv lie's at tho hospital morgue and is as yet
William H. Bayard, the driver of tho car
whioh kilhd Callahan, was this morning
arraigned in tho Jefferson Market Court be
foro Judgo Dully on the oharge of reckless
driving. Justice Duffy stmt the pnsonci to
Iho Coroner's olllco to uvvuit tho action of the
THE BRITISH CONSUL SLIGHTED.
Mr. tlminberlnlii'n I'rlrniln Not luvlled to tho
Chamber of Oununerco Dinner.
Tho ono hundred and nineteenth nniiunl
bantmot of tho Chninborof Commerce, which
will bo held at Delmonico's to-night, will
hav 0 as guests the Right Hon. Joseph K.Cham
bcrlain, Sir George Campbell, the Hun.Halley
Commission of Dngland, and becrotary Ij. (J.
Lamar. Chauncey'M. Dcpevv, Mayor Hewitt,
James C. Cartor and others.
President Charles S. Smith, of tho Cham
her of Commerce, will occupy tho toast
master's chair, nud will preside over a board
on which 212 platos will be laid. Mr. Lamar
will respond to tho toast, "Tho President:"
Mr.Chamborhun w ill kpeuk of his " Mission in
America, His Country and Himself." Mr.
Creamer will oxplnln "Tho Schemo of tho
Pibhcries Commission," and tho othor gen
tlemen will respond to appropriate toasts.
Loiters will bo read from President Cleve
land, Gov. Hill, Gen. Sherman and others.
Tho dinner cards aro beautiful works of
copperplate art. They consist of four rect
angular white cards hound together at tho top
bybluo ribbons. On tlio f aco or cov or is the
" seal of tho Chamber of Commorco, of Now
York. MDCCLXX."nnd " Ono Hundrednnd
Nineteenth Annual Banqnlt of the Chamber
of Commerce at Delmonico's, Nov. 15, 13a7,"
in scroll work.
Tho second card bears tho mouu, and tho
third and fourth tho toasts.
Thu British Consul feels rather slightod
that ho should bo ov urlooked, au woll as tho
rest of Mr. Chamberlain's party.
"Why," said tho Consul to nn Evev
iso Would leporter, "I should think
a mnn like Mr. J. H. G.
Bergnu, who is tho hi ad of tho Treaty Do.
partment of the 1'oreign Offlco in London,
and ono of Mr. Chamberlain's staff, should
certainly be remembered. It is probable
that tho omission was uulntentiouul."
C0UNTIN( THE VOTE.
The Cauvnus of tho Klcrllon Returns Brguu
by the Aldrrmen.
Twenty-fivo aldermen nppearcd beforo
County Clerk Flack at noon to-dny and took
an oath that thoy would bo honest in cam us.
sing tho voto cast in this city at the recent
At 1 o'clock they organized as o Board of
Canvasfcers, with Aldorrunu Bookman ns
Chairman. Aldermen Bowling, Walker nnd
Cow in woro appointed a Committe on Cor
rected Returns, and Aldermen Qulnn, Van
Ri nnselaor nnd ritzgerald a Committee on
Proti sts and Contest! d Seats.
It was decided tobi gin the ennvass of tho
votes to-dny and Alderman Quinn read off
tho returns from tho First District. Tho
othor districts nro to follpw in miincricul
Thero will probably bo no contested elec
tion cases before tho Board.
Dr. Hull's Com' Withdrawn.
Tho application for the rehabilitation of J)r. Hull
and tbe ro.toration nf his estate, now lu charge nf
the 1 nlon 'Irust Compiny, has been withdrawn.
Judge Harrelt he ird nrguuiint upon tlio applica
tion of lh Ntvv uri. ihrlmun Home for
Intemperate Mm to compel the paymeut of u
Mil 111 J1,(K) for Die care- of Dr. Hull during
the past jcir. It was said by couiucl that there
was no money to unit this olll and the JiiiIkc
trained an order directing the Union 'I rust Com
pany, as comimtteu of IT. Hull's estate, to sill
certain household furniture now In storage.
Mrs. I.nnKtry Mill Not Testify.
The suit brought by Mg. Maxeroul, formerly of
the ' ' Dlp'omauy " company, ugalnst Maurice
ilarrymiiro, Mrs. I.aniitty's leading man, in su
Ideinetitin procecilliius has bicn withdrawn.
Maz.ironl was dhharK'J tiomthe ' Dlplomac) "
e unpaii) and ho suid l'.trrymore foi d.uiiai:cs
fur lircach of cnntrict. lie rtcmcred
a JudKiiieut for tiS. I.xecuilon was Issued but
was returned uusatlslled. Mrs. Ijiiigtry was to
hat c told as a witness what she knew of Harry
inorc's arfalrs. This she has been spared.
Onenlus New llendqunrlrrs.
The Volunteer Firemen's Association opened Its
now and permanent headquarters at 40 Kaat Fourth
street last night, tpetehes wcro made by Thomas
W. It i) mouu, Prtsldcnt of the hUle rlrtmeu's
AssoeUttnn Janus A. Hack, John J. Ulalrand
others, uiicr which the nssoi'lailon, with its
friends, sat donn to a binquct.
Stole I'liiher Menu's Ovtrront.
Frit! Schultz., of ixth rtrect un I Avinue A, rang
the dour-liell of l'uthcr M iltlicw Nlcott's residence,
at Got list Tony-seventh street, last night. Whtn
a aervaut opeued the d'jor Hcliultz dashed lu,
grabbed a Hi overcoat aud ran array, l'ollccmau
Qulun cauuht bchultz. who waa beta to-day at the
YorkvUle rollce Court,
"OLD JANUARY" DIES POOR.
A NOTED GAMELEi: OP HIS DAY WHO WON
AND LOST F0KTUNE3.
Irn .Trnrec'n Life ol Irlssltudra-A " llttth
Uiillrr " In New , ork Ycnr Alio Tiger
I.nlra Whirr He Presided The .liasWIio
Once Won 8IO,tMM) on n Lopuhc-IIIs
i'liurriil I!xieiinr 10 llo 1'itld by .tlasoiia,
Irn Jenroe, bettor known as " Old Jan.
unry," it vitoran gambler of this citv.illed
hist evening nt tho Gtdney House, of general
" Old January " was known to tho sporting
nnd gambling fraternity of ovory State lu tho
Union. Ho began his career as 11 gambler
about 1851, previous to which ho wiw the curd
wrltir at the St. Niohohts Hotel.
His tirsl eperiiuco as tho proprietor of a
gnmhlliig-hoiibo was at tho southeast corner
of Broadway and Pulton street. His part
ner was Kduard Kline, who died
years ago and who loft a for.
tiino of hVJOO.OOO. " Old January" amassed a
snug sum hero and aftnwards opened an
establishment nt fi78 Brondvvay. which was
imtronireil by Southern loverR of fnro.
Returning to the bcenes of his early ex
ploits, behind tho green table, ho opened a
big game nt 5 Barclay street, which llour
ibhed foi a long time. He also became inter
ested in a tiger's lair in Twcnty-ohihth street,
near SKth avenue.
During liis gambling career ho rando nnd
lost six or seven fortunos. Atone timo his
vvialth was estimated nt 500,000. He died,
however, destitute of means, and his Masonic
lodge will have to pay the expenses of his
llo was more than sov enty years of ago. A
corrcot story of "Old January's" lifevvould
All 11 hook. One of tho most famous epi
sodes in his career was winning a small
fortuno on tho wager of a lozenge. 'Iho
story is authentic and has been handed down
to tho gamblers of the present day. " Old
January" has huudicds of times told the
Ho hod risked and lost his lost dollar at
Morrisscy and Daucci's combination game in
Broadwav. near Bond strict. Taking out a
lozengu from his pocket ho placed it on 11
card and " eopperi d " it.
The lozenge, w 1th tho round piece of wood
011 top of it, looked exactly like a check used
by the houso for split dollar bets. Tho
dealer thought the Ion nge was a split cheek,
ami as " Old Januarv " won tho hot tho
dealer shoved him it dollar check.
"Old Jnnniirv" wngeied tho check and
won ngnin. His luck turned nud before ho
left the table he hud won $3,000. Next day
ho won !H,0!K)niid in a few moro sittings ho
had J0,(00 in his pockets.
Tliero is not a guinbhir in Now York who
has not heard of "Old January" and tho
winnings ho made on his hw nge. Tho late
John Morrisscy v ouehi il for tho story.
Tho death of " Old January " Is tho talk of
tho gamblers and sporting men to-day.
Many of them knew him whon ho was a
"high-roller," and havo helped him whin ho
wns actually in need of a meal aud a pluco to
FOR STEALINOJI18 UNIFORM.
A IJnrt lloranln Mnde by n District Telrpjmph
When young Joseph McEvoy was em
ployed by tho American District Telegraph
Company he was handed n uniform suit, for
which ho wns charged 913.7S, and on which
ho paid, according to Mnnagor Watson San
ford, f4 down. Mr. Sanford nlso statosthat
McEvoy was ordorcd on Sept. 27 to report to
n branch offlco, but failed to do so.
Special Policemnu McGuiness found tho
boy playing in front of his resilience, 198
Madison street, and arrosted him for tho
larceny of tho outfit. At thu Tombs Court
this morning tho manager stated that tho suit
had been "so disligurtd as to bo unrecog
nizable." Tho boy said that tho company had do.
duetod yS.M) from liU wages 111 payment for
tho suit, nud that tho tailor who
maile it had told him that tho
uniform was worth only $11. His
widowed mother bald that the suit was
second-hand, aud required much sewing
and patching to mako it prcbentablo. Tho
manager admitted that tho comimny was al
lowed it discount of ten per cent, on tho uni.
forms, and that U10 boys woro charged full
pneo. McLvoy was held for trial.
Jeweller Austin .1IIkIhk.
The Mitnnfiu Hirers and Traders' National Ilnnx
secured from Judge Darrett to-djy an attachment
for 1, 431 against the property of llcsson J. Austin, a
Jewcllcr.dolng business as Austin's Monx, at 3 Kast
Scv entccth street and M Fifth avenue. The bank
and other creditors have been looking for Austin
for some time without success. He has not been
nthlsplaio of boslniss fur thne months. Ills
slisi H0.1 was due, his ilerks said, to thu fai t that
he was taklmru much ncmleil vacation. He was
last heard of at thu home of John King, In Ilcd
Bank, N. J.
nrrrtlnaj of the I lush Ilouner Council.
Tho Iluith lUiiuer Council of the Order of Amer
ican Firemen, couslstltiit of one thousand members
of tho uniformed force, held Its monthly meeting
at Conercss Hall, 1U2 Third avenue, last eviuliig.
The Council adopted a rnustltntluii and bylaws aud
received u onlclal visit from the on, cor of Hie
National coom 11. I'risldtut Henry W. VtcAdam
and Vlco-I'ritldciit Wtnlel Hraubr ivcro ench pre-i-ciited
w lib s did p'Ud emhlcMu of the order, Inlaid
with diamonds. Itin Council meets the second
Muud.iy lutuch month.
I.lbvllluu Iho Yacht Tlllle.
Two libels were tiled In ihu I lilted Mates District
Court to-diy against the steam yacht Tlllle, which
IlcnryH. Ivis purchased shortly before his down
fall. Ono of the libcllauls Is .vl Ham Y. Coston,
thn inventor of Costou's nlcht sign t!s, for tupplbs
furnished lu Juue nnd July to t Be amount of
fj-iv. ,5. 'llietouununlpaw Cosl Company, of Niw
Jersey, la the other lltn-liant for Ji3a-, worth of
ojI biipi licit In August nnd tc; timber lst.
Sentenced for Vnllnjt Illrenllv.
John Kelly and (leorjie Nichols pit ailed guilty
beforo Judge Cowing to-day to voting Illegally
The Judac tried to Induce Kelly to ti II who offered
him money for h s vote. Kelly Insisted that ho
did not know. Itoth wore sent to State's prison
fur one year.
A Mixture of 8bower unit Sunshine.
"tsisV' JSC. Wjuiiisutov, Nov. i.
t .'"i.lA' "dtaiHow; for Con-
tTj "i 'iy sr lit client, Uihl mliu of.
V ei V" 1 '""""I b'J f''1' vuilhir;
(tT "s ltJMtoJ)il,irinth,hin'
VftTTSvAr tin;i(;ii In In ijwiiifnii.
SV W riii-n.Nneori
V'sl -jVN '"''" u''""i, -fcy't
tUllilit itUiU In taitrrn
portion I U'jttt to jitih wttert) uiwff; a iliyiu
ritt n fcnipcraturc.
P4nimb -. t
ax rirsoovora aonnE.is.
lTotr thr IVnu (f -lfffo irfff Appear irien.
Comntock't Censorship of Art i Complete,
DECKERT DEFOUE THE CORONER.
Testimony rthowln Hint lis Arknovvledced
tho NhuotliiK of liddle Worth.
Bernard F. Deckert, ngedsixty-tvvoyoars, n
gray-haired mnn with rather a hard cast of
oouutoiiancc, was arraigned before Coroner
Nugent this morniug to answer for shooting
IMiIiu Worth, ago eleven years, of SJiJ
East Sovunty - first street, on Sunday
afternoon, Nov. B, with a rille.
On thn nftomoon of tho tragedy
Eddie Worth, In company with other lads of
his own siro nnd age, were stealing boards
from tho rear fence of 30.1 East Sovontioth
strict, in which Deckert is janitor.
The latter warned the boys lo
desist, nnd thoy not immediately
complying with his command, ho poked a
rifle through the rear window aud shot at tho
crowd. Tlio bullet struck young Worth In
tho right sldo. The boy died the noxt night.
Testimony w as given by a number of per
sons, showing that u number of boys, Includ
ing Worth, hail been annoying Dookort
all that doy. DMectivo Jlartln tetrtl
fled that after Deckert's rifle had been
found in Second nvenuo ho took it to
tho station-house and asked Deckert If thnt
was tho weapon with which ho shot young
Worth. Deckert said that it was.
CONTESTING THEIR RETIREMENT.
The Coses of Cnpta. Ileildrn and Wuhburn
Ilefare the General Term.
The cases of Tolico Capts. Honry Red
den and Geo. Washburn, who wero rotired
against thoir will, wore beforo the General
Term of the Supreme Court to-dny upon pro
ceedings for a roview of the notion of tho
Board. John D. Townsend appeared for tho
polico captains nud Assistant Corporation
Counsel Dean for tho Board.
The dismissal was based upon the act of
1SS5, making tho limit of ago sixty vears.
Mr. Townsend nrgued that the act did
not provide for summary dismissal,
and if it did it was unconstitutional. He oIbo
urged their restoration becauso thoy had
never been given an opportunity to bo heard
ns the law requires.
Tor the Police Board Mr. Dean held thnt
the dismissals woro mado in accordance with
Decision was reserved.
Tho Clifton liners.
The entries for tho purses to be run for At Clif
ton to-morrow are as follows :
rnrBe2o0t of whlcli jwi 10 tho second, fortwo-ycur-olds;
selling allowances; lire furlongs.
Mi. 1 7A
Highland Mary Ill Little Mickey 101
Courtier 112 Spring Kagle 10!
Number UliNlnsW 101
Sphinx nily lis Wilfred Jay M
Carried lotl'l'urse M
Pursoison, of which M to the second, for four,
year-olds and upward; selling allowances.
Lb. I .o.
Harwood lln'Lca 108
Frolic lIMUvniLal 1
Warder Ill 1-ord iieaconstleui... 10a
True Horn lloillatrj Hose . .. W
lliirtou UhiKumtier 89
VVsjvvard .. . 107 Sweety B
Peacock .. . . 10: ijulucy SV
John Alexander ... . 107'
rurse fjoo, nf which tiD to the second, for thrcc-ycar-olds,
selling allowances; aeven turlomjs.
Lb. I Lb.
Uclax liia'lds West : UK
Tmrllcr . .. nn fount I.uiu n
Hannibal 1U3 Nina II U7
Palsebuod KM lUlinoat 05
Kiuk lUJAIw Vt
Purse tan, of which VO to tae second, ahandU
cap for ull ages; one mill .
Lb. I Lb.
Waukesha mlPllot 1)
Nellie Ill llrlnht Kyes 100
( uarlcv Husscll lav Hermitage loo
Nellie Van lOUlobMty 94
Parse 200, of which V) to the second, for
all ages: beaten allowsuces; ssven furlongs.
; r. Lb.
fllendou m t'nthcrlne SI v
M. Kuuo uvvitcllo 91
ct.tlllui iroii low slip si
I red IUls . . -(l.ild Head u
l.utc Arnold isiomus M
oueenof Hearts US I'lgatu 73
The racing will begin at t r. m.
Kunsns City Itacca.
rsriCIAL TO THE XTENIKU WOELD.l
Kansas 1 itv, Nov. 15. The racluu at Waldo
I'ark to-day began with a race at seven-furlong
heats, with winning penalties and maiden allow
ances. Purl Jena ins won the nrst heat, 1.V9W,
follow c I by w diraft aud Col. Oweus, alter
wtilch Utrtlla won tae second and third heals
aud race lu 1.J0 uud 1,. MS. with l'tarlJcuulnirs sec
ond 111 the 1110 md Vuodcr4ft tnird. lleinug
Flr.t he it, ; to l on Kvtrellu and nu iilseej fur sec
ond lust, iitosugimsi, niiililo'iou fur a place;
fortilrd hcai, Cto I uu.
lheseeoud raie, n dash of three-quarters of a
mile, was won by Hilda In 1.11, Reap DltUrd
second. Only Dare third, netting 8 to 1 against
llllda to win, s to 4 on for a place and 10 to 1
against Kemp Dllliud for a place,
GUTTENBERG RACES, W
Hudson Couhty Raclnp; Assoola ifH
tion's Thirteenth Day. iH
A Large Attondanco, Althoueh tho Weather
Is Threatening and Track Heavy, .CiH
flood Hbovrlns for Ilackera of Favorite-". y,.H
They Win tho nrst, Heeond and Fonrth flH
Knees with John Alexnnder, Llrilo C. rH
nnd Chnnao Third Itaoo Won by Ncp- 1
luuiis nt (I to 1 Ainlnst Other Uaces. ''1
Juit'i-Chpt. .T. Nelson and II. Sohultse, Jr. idl
Kretttarv -S. Whitullesd. il
Ktarttr VV. Ksns. 'r!l
IsrrciAL to the xvrxiso WOBLD, .tl
Nonm HvusoN Dkivino Pari, OUTntitxxnO, v-H
N. J., Nor. 13. Although tho morning wtsvery H
threatening, there Is a large attendance present at u
tho races this afternoon. The track U very mH
heavy nud the mcr.ts of tho starters from tIH
a mud standpoint aro eagerly In- VH
quired about. l'or the first race John s-'j
Alexander bad tho call In that respect, and twk
he anttalned his reputation by winning easily, u .H
did tho llelmont-brcd lllly Llzne C. In the second
race. The third race, however, broke the clean ,!j
sweep fur the favorites. Crafty was beaten early 1H
In the raee by Tony Pastor, who In tarn had te &l
give place to Nppiunus.
rtBST BACI. iiB
Purse fsoo, of which sso to tho second, for l'iH
horses that had run and not won at the present rjM
nicellng of the Hudson County lUclog Astoclatlonj H
thrce-iiuartera of a mile. V'--i
l'aratron HtabUa's gr. c John Alexander, 4, by JiH
Kyrle Daly, dam Nellie Uwynne, US, 'ciH
tai. uarretii a 4sH
Vulcan, 115 (Whvburn) f .$M
Kdltor, 117 (Coiral) S JB
UrltnrllB (Ilendsraoni 0 alH
lUtlledore, llo :(J. Penny) 0 ,9H
I.ytton, lis (McKwen) 0 ($H
KUhtleld, lis .(Hotaj 0 'qM
'irrasurer, lis (llllllnga) 0 flH
Time LSI, Uetltng 8 to S ajjalnst John Alex- iH
dcr, 3 to 1 each Drier and Ilattledore, to 1 Treas- ,"H
urer, 0 to 1 Editor, s to 1 Vulcan, 11 to 1 ea vh Itlcb- .r 9H
Hold and Lytton. For a Plice John Alexander tttijLH
barred, oven money eaoh acalnst Drier and Battle- r'iH
dure, R to 6 '1 rcasurer, 1 to leach Kdltor and VuU oH
can and S to 1 each Lytton and Hleaneld. -rtsH
Tttf Race. John Alexander ran Into the lead j-,H
soon after the start and was never headed, winning TftB
by lour lengths, Volcan second, ten In front o( ?9H
Editor. Slutueis pjld: John Alexander to win. mM
ti.ftj. for a place, 13.43; Vulcan.for a place,t7.7S. jHH
sxcosi) hack. iliia
l'urso f 100, nf which tv) to the second, for two- '4H
yenr-olde; selling allowances; horses entered to be 3gH
old for fl.uiuto osrry full weight; five furlongs. 'H
C. Desmond's b. f. Uzzle C, by KlnirOaher, PkW
dam Aduslnda, 97 (Doane) 1 DV1H
Tecot, IIS (Itedneldi S LW
Lagardcre, 102 (D. ilarrett) S &HM
Wilfred Jy, 1M (Dunn) o )W
lime 1. (A Petting Kven money agalnit Luute cH
C. , to 1 Wilfred Jay, I to 1 rocol, S to 1 Lagar- vlH
dare, l'or a place 3 to 1 on Lizzie C, , 5 to B , ,KH
eauh on Tecot and Wilfred Jay and even money vH
Lajntdere, , , qlH
ITtif Itacr.UzMe C. led from the start, winning JM
by three lengths, Tecul second, the same la front sLH
01 Laaardere. Mutueli'pald ; birsiaht 13,300, for M
place 7.73; Tecot for a place, lia, v
THIRD HACK. iSLH
Purse f iflo, of whioh $voto the second; for all ifH
ages ; horses entered to lie sold for 1300 to carry 100 KH
lb, Irrespective of ase or sex, with lib. added 'ftM
for each tloo up to $1,000; seven furlongs. r'M
SI. J. Hair's en. g. Neptunus, 4, by Qlenelg. IH
dam Nannio lllack, lu4 .(Dome 1 ' 'H
Tony Pastor, 10s (D. Barrett 1 1 'itM
Stusk, 104 (Deigan S ,jH
Cradle, 104 .(Dunn 0 tH
Slink, loo (Daruer o ?H
lrade Dollar, lot (UorrUon 0 ,,H
Veto, 103 (A. Oreen 0 TojIH
Time, l.so. netting s to 4 on Craftle, 1 to a v,H
against Tony l'setor, 4 to I Trade Dollar, S to 1 ' JH
Musk, oto INeptuuus, 111 to 1 Veto, 13 to 1 lllnr. njM
For Tlace s to ! on Craftle, 5 to s on Tony PJ- 'H
tar, 0 to s against Trade Dollar, S to 1 Uusk, s to 8 j. jH
Neptunus, 3 to 1 Veto aud 7 to 1 Slink. ?B
The Racr. Craftle ltd for a fnrlong, when Tony ,M
I'jsior took up the rnnnlng, only to be outrun la lH
too homestretch by Nepmnus, hi winning br six SkH
lengths from Tony Pastor, who was four m front jnH
of SluRk. Slutueis paid- Neptunus to win $13. 03, for iWM
a place ft); Tony Pastor for a placo ti.30, WM
FOURTH KA0B. 1
Purse 1300. of which voto the second; forsH JH
ages; maidens allowed 10 lb. ; one mile. TsH
Si. Kollmret's b. m. Change, 0, by Alarm, dam 3M
peslo, lis ..(Dnnnl 1 jM
tit. Elmo, 111 (vVataon) m
Iianero, 11&. ...(Bariran S f'iM
llli: Head, lis (Henderson 0 ',,H
Oracl... 7u .(K. Doane 0 . ;H
'1 ention, 110 ...(llnestoni 0 "M
'lime l.so. lifting fl to 8 sgalnst caange, 13 '.-H
to S Dig Head, S to 1 t. Elmo. 4 to 1 Iianero. W to nifM
1 each clracla and Tcntion. For a 1'laoe i to loo fiH
cn.ink'f, S to 4 on St. blino, 0 to 3 each against DUJ -3M
Head and Iianero, 0 to 1 each Tentlon and Oracl. vlH
The lUicr. Change led from the start to the end, B
winning on a gallop by ten lengths, St. Elmo - x-H
ond, arena-thin front of llansro. Slntuela paid ;H
Htralgnt, $4.90; for a place, 18,05. St. Elmo lor 'tiH
a place, $B. us. lH
yilTll RACB. iH
The fifth race was a dash of three-quarters of A , ifH
mile for three-year-olds and upwards, tfM
non-winners lu lw7. without sex ak- H
lowames; lo to the winner, $30 m the second. -1H
Starters. NoUMnae (HorrUon), FootprtaU M
(l)unu), ltosetta (Mailer), Tacllvy (Critten- ,iM
den), Ifonnle Uoucho (J. Penny), Voucher (Watson), H
M. Cuke (lisle), Vtndex (WillngiO, 118 poundi M
each; John Keyes (Ilarton), KfnK hJm
Ilird (ltosi), Lnndseer (Oreen) and rJPM
Henry Oeoriro (Shields), 113 pounds each. ,$
Won by 8 Si. Hevton's ltosetta. Nonsense sec-
ond and bt. Lnke third. Time, I. S3. llettlnB-to SJ
1 axalnst ltmetia to win, even money for aplaco .;hH
and 4 to 1 Nousenio for a place. 3H
THE KENTUCKY SALES.
Tlrst Iny of CoJ. H. II. Ilrnce's TTioromlu 'ffl
bred Auction nt Lexluxton. 9
si rciAL to tuk nvrsiso wom.d.1 rJgl
Lrxtsiiios, Ky., Nor. 13. -Col, S. D. Brace's Jj
sale of throuhbreds bean to-ilay and will eon- .?3H
tlnuo to-morrow and on Thursday, The weather H
is clear and cool, aud thero Is a large attendance of Jsl
local breeders with some new faces from a dls- lg
tancc, lncludiuu U A. Khlera and M. T. m
Dansher, of New York. The attraction of '$
to-day's sale were the Coltrell stallions, 7M
brood mares, yearllncs aud weanllnira. and many wS
were tho kind words expressed as Cob Bruoe aim- m
ply told thoso present that the sale was by the IS
order of the executors, and that the tort was m
tiiual to auj tn the cojntry. The nrs '"J1"? '?" wl
si id for s.44u, an averane of j4M,of which Charles -Tra
Heed, of lUIUlin. Hun.. pildtl.OiS or the Btal- SM
lton Miser, by Australian, out of Aerolite, inJW. am
uiu, of toulsvllle, paid $1,273 for 1 acUania, 4
bv lluckden. out of Sim. Otlxsby. While of thj M
mares, J. J. Carter, of Nssbvllle, psld $ns for H
Asoenilon. by Austrkllan; O. W. Scrnff an paid &
$l,03yor iuunerette, by Lexlnirton. anil MOtoa t3
Voung. paid $M0 for Evasive, by John Morjtn, 33
out of iiadne, by Lexlnf ton. j?l
Knclnc nt New Orleans. jfjiM
(srrciAL to the itisiso wosld.1 mV
Nxw orlkas, Nov. is. Thl la the second day fM
of the autumu nutting of tho Louisiana Jockey fl
Club. The first race was a dash of three-quarters JH
of a utile, wou by Diihmc, at 110 pounds, la l.Utf, M
with Lcman secsnd and Hello Taw ttilr I. Bettttur JM
10 to 7 on Duhaio to win; no place; a to 1 ssalnat jn
Lcnun for a pi ice. . , .,
The recond race was at aeven forlonffi, at telllni M
allowances. Effle Hardy, at 110 poufJ. "i M
Utile Joe second, Cnpld third. Tune 1. il. Bet. Afl
tlrir-4 to 1 ajalnst Ktne Hardy to win, te 8 tot ,)
place; Uttlo Joe btrt ed for puce. ( M