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WHO KILLED WALSH?
A STATEMENT BY CAPTAIN WILLIAMS.
tHX Bl'lABT FROM IKVINOS I'lhTOI. MM BKIORH
THE COBONEB?WHAT TUK JlIlY'lKN SAY.
A reporter of Tnr, Triri'XB railed noon eonip n
tbe juron in the VValsh-lrvinesbiMitinr eas*' raster
day to uscertain how they came to return a verdict
which was in direct opposition In certain allege*
facts. A. S. Marvin, of the well-known -ate linn
whoso offices ar.- at No. 2?S Itrondwnv. said tbal lu
was one of the three who were lor holding Porter si
an accessory, but that they were overruled bv tin
idhers. There was no one lo re preen T tbe State
there was not proper testimony armut the ballets
aud there ? oem dtoltea confusion abseil the 1111111
her of ehanilM an emptied in Irvine- piMol. i in
BtaU'incnt of Detective Beryan! Hickey thatPor
t.t'- pistol was ce-d had atan bb effect Bpunnii
March was then made for another [Bier, Hams
BL Btngnnsr, sf Na. :?>'?* Dtaadwsy mt
the re]?ortcr was unahle to timi any
?uch person. L. A. Kmaiiu.l. ? lawyer,
said that he had been in thal lu.use fol eigbl years,
and he had never heard of anv tueh person.
Gustave B. Priedberger, who has a large- cignr
store at No. 363 Broadway, said : " I believe Porter
was tu vcr in thc room, according to the evidence,
bul that h.-Ma\.-d in the ball. The billie found
in Walsh's heart did not tit Porter's pistol. 1 looked
on whilst nne of the jurors tried th- bullets and
i.ist.ds. lt did nt Ininir's pistol.and I think it
. i-uie from that pistol le Walshs h. si t. I came to
th,- conclusion that freing ami WalSl shot I a. ta
-Had you beard thal Porter bad been looking Cor
Walsh to kill himf" . ,,, , ., ? _
" No, certainly not I mtrnU have held Porter bs
nn Bjun?nJ aay way,lf' ??ft,, kll"xv'' "' "'?, baa
blood Int ween 1 lie null ''
liavi.l llirsh. of No. 3*8 Broadway a
wholesale dealer in uinhrcllas. -:t ul that
he was one of the three who Wasted *o
hold Porter tm aa accessary, bal was overruled by
the 1,tilers. He did net know how tbe bullets and
pistols came into the jury room, nor whal precau
tiona had been taken agataal anv tamperisg with
them. One oi the jurors titted the bullet taken
freatwastaVt heart in Irving'! pistol,and satisfied
him thal Wslsh must have been shot hy In li
Horatio Forbes and John Ronan, tlie foremen of
Shs jury, were found nt No. 039 Broadway. Tin
latter saul : "' Before WB left the Coroner's room to
?0 into the jmy room, the Coronet pul into mj
amis two envelopes eoataiaing ti..- in ml
bullets. Ile gnvs ih* pistols to another juryman,
but I do not know to width one. linn were two
bullets in om- envelops which wei.- t -ken from
Irvine's body, otu- from Inf- head, thc other front hi*
shoulder. Iii the other envelope a is the ballet
lound in Walsh's heart. Mr. I'iiI'Im's examined them
and reported thai the light bullet which was not
Battened fitted Irving's pistoL Thal satisfied me."
Mr. Forbes said: " Th-' two bullets found in
Irrlnf/s body were flattened aud oi conn.
not gai into any ehiunber. I iud ired from tbe weight
that they boloaaod te Walsh's pistol, which waa
thc In-avii >t. Tin- other bullet waa not flattened.
lt was what I siiiiuhi call a spiral bullet aud waa
anehaaged except that the bs e s ia ? little ex?
pand, d. I tri'-d it with the chamber ol Irving's
ju-tul. and it fitted v.eil enough except that ii
would not quite go in OB account '?! tin ?
meul <>f the end. That tatfadii .1 me ih it Walsh was
killed by Irving, bul I wanted to huh! Porter aaan
aeeassoty, because I believed that h.- came
in company with lrring, and prob?
ably knew what the Inlier nu ant te du.'
I natala Willi.un.s aaid : "Mr. Forbes must have
lu en mi.-1.1 Kc 11. Irving, when be caine iuto JJ
lired at Walsh, who was ttandiug In fi mtoi tb.
bar ?and tho bullet gmned his hand aud then went
into a plank, where it was found by tbe police.
< ?n iv on.- dui 111 her of lr\ in ir's revolve] wae emptied.
\\ ii ifii retreated to 1 Im- Buliard-r. draw lug Ins
pistol ns he went. Be entered Uw room bj a sid.
door next io a refrigerator. Irving entered
the iiilliaid-iooui by the dom in the
centre A build struck him iu the earp,, netrating to
the brain. Walsh fired again rapidly and th.
hallet vent into Irving's shoulder and he fell
dVedal the foot-ot tl..- billiard table, bis pistol
dropping from bis hand. A> thecorunei u rei boil
in hie poeseesiou the one bullet fired from Irviug'a
Iiistol, lt follows that the bullet found in Walsh's
uart must have been tired from another weapon.'1
The I'rand Jury met ami requested liistrict-At tour?
ney MeKsou fully io iuveatigate tbe matter. A
?easeagjtt Brat sent the Coroner*! om' e foi tin
supersandBsstoat in thc ease, bul thej
forthcoming;. Assistant Diatni-t-Attoni.
tried with beti.-i result. Mr. Allen excla ned os he
left the room: "Then is something !.ie snd
rotten ha this office nnd baa been tor s rem past. 1
nara learned hy private evidence that 1., -1 Burns
wan sliot, and that his death was not
fall at found hy the Coroner's Jury.n
Mr, M< Keon eonauHed with Captain Williams,
hut he refused to aay what his m-tion would he,
'1 here ls a difference of opinion as to the right of the
Coroner to discharge from rusted]. The (lodi
te retjnire that thean shall baa hearing b
jMiliie loairistratc, while on the part "i tbi Cw.r
it ia as^crt-'d that the Consolidation A. t
hime the passage of the Code ten neets the se, imus
of the Revised statutes relating to the duties of
THE SUICIDE Of MR. t'WINNhi'.
There was much discussion BBSBBg liiiaineaa men
sjeaternay aa to the eannes which led Henry W,
Qwinner, president of the Ho.le Miniufa. turing
and the National Bailroad Publication Con ponies,
te commit suicide on Friday evening.
Etui! H. Wishaar, who for nearly fifteen years han
beld tin- peaTfdou ot aHaistaiit to "Mr. (.winner, laid
te a Tunta a reporter i " I snpjaase no man in * in
world is ho well aeouainted with tin- ftnaa. Uti a ad
business interests of the deceased man
hs myself. Alt le ni i; h 1 have thought over
the matter a irr.-at deal| I eau discover no
eaune for this rash act. H.- had an Income of *. ln.O.111
11 year, but he kept his expenses far hclow that titr
ufe. An examination of his books shows thst bia
official position waa undimmed by any bn 't!i of
Mispirion. 1 hat the mt wa* unpremeditated ap
jn-ars to lu- proven hy his conduct during the early
jiart of the dav. He seuts card-table to bis borne,
Kn. 40 Bast Twelfth-st., in the afteTu.cn.. aft r
navfng made arrangement! for a cribbage party
that eveoiag. Agaia, ia dlaeosniag aa In portanf
mutter with m.-, he Bind thal be would give biadc
ciafam in regard to it the followingmorning. The
only -way that I can explain his il.ai h i* 1 nm be waa
ni/r.l with a sudden tn senn impulse to take his own
life, which he was not able to n-si.-t. Ubi wife fal
nearly distracted with grlef.*
Crowds of iii-oph- passed through the
cliib-iiHim of the Railroad lien's Association,
in which the budy lay, and looked ii|miii tin
? alni lace of the dead mau. A spat iii . ar 1.11 if m .1
to the 5 o'clock train on tin- Pennsylvania Bailroad
on Monday morning will take the bodi !?? Philadel?
phia. Alorge number of relativea ami frieudswill
follow Inter. The funeral will take place at tbe
home of .Wist ant -f 'mit roller Riebeoacb, ol tbe Pi m.
. vlvania I'ailioi.d, No. 8,701 Poweltou-ave., West
Philadelphia, al 1 j., m. The burial services st
Woodland Cemetery will be performed with
Ma Non ie rites, Mr. Gwinner having been a member
of Meridian Lodge, of Philadelphia,
CoronerMerkleinvestigatedthe mattel and de?
cided that the cause of the suicide was nuknowu.
A DI88IPATED Donni: TAKES His I.Il l..
Walter L. Paley, a physician, age thirty-two,
di.-d at BeUevue Hospital yesterday afternoon hum
the effects ol u nar otu poison which be
bad taken with the intention of end?
ing his life, lb- was graduated fruin the
Bellevue Mi .lit al College aUuit sn, year- ago.
While still a student iu the pellet's In bc ame a
drunkard, and when he attempted io make a living
ay his profession ha failed on account oi hit di .
fatten. Hi-mother sent him to tin- Inehriah
um at Fort Hamilton, and afterward to tbe asylum
on \s .nd's leland, bot bis babita grew woree h
of Utter. Fm a time Dr. i'uhy boarded
st No. 317 East Pourteenth-et., where his mother
sndsiater now liv.-, but bispn-eence there be. ame
iutolierable and Ins mother paul for his board at No.
808 Easl Tweoty-fiftb-et. She refuted, some weekt
aKo, to support him longer, and kfra, htontague, hrs
land la d> . turn, d him av. av. He went to the board?
ing heans ye-.terd.iy and asked to BM Mis. lion
who waesieKin bed. Whens sarraat ad
. lum be told Mrs. Montague that lu-had taken
]>oiso,i Bnd had come to hid lur farawell. H.- beg?
ged her permission to die in her hon-e. Policemen
J fie Miiiiuioued. hut l>r. l-'olcy became insensible
Before they could remove him t<? the hospital. His
last words'w,r.-: "Give Bay love to lust Aubrey.''
sirs. Montague said thu! Miss Aubrey was thc
fsugbterol a tailor living ai No. H* Bydnm-st.,
Brooklyn. Dr, roley had oourted lier without sue
'es. Hit sistsr wan sA bm bedside in the hospital
winn bc din! but his mother wa- 111 Brooklj D riait
init un aeauaiatance. Tin- police did not know
at ri j ir. Foley lunl been bring recently.
4 sl.'PKKJM I-:ND1-;M' OF MAHKK1S.
Celund IVaBaal K. IleVm-, Chief nf thc Hnre.-.u
for the Collection of City Revenue, and Buperin
tendent of Markets, hos sent to Uontroller (.rant s
P^r->"'a*"'af bit Birtltiftrn. The Bureau of Mar?
kets and that for the Collection of City Bevenue
JJJS consolidated hy Controller Campbell soon
after hsanterad anon the duties of his aaa sa. Colo?
nel I le Voe, who hud hud 11 hinger ex ix 1 lenee 111 Ihe
niarkits. wini appointed to thc head of the new
?urc ,ii, j? |Mrt |, Mei Qf reaignation be said that he
had fi.1.ml lim duties Of the con.soli.late! bureau
?ats thoa hs could prepeny attend to. There were
nuuiy accouuis in . Bountingia tbe scgre
gSte to moie than BjlKIIO.tNKI. Most of tbesi- lia \ o
?S*a outlawed and a -food portion BIB lo dispute.
P*y Opualal of du?? by eily railroad lin-s lor
Ucenn fees, dins lor dock rent-, claims foi ferry
?mpaniee, holders of market stand . etc A cou.
?aeruble portion are now awaiting ihe slow move?
ments ol Ihe cum i.s. c-illce Colonel I lev 'oe has been
Ul Office there lois be. n lilt!- am ii'iiulalioii of dues;
out not much prugie m hus lieen made in ooUeeting
?ne oid accounts.
? ontioliei I,raul oicepted Colonel De Vih's icsiK
S'*?ont and at once created th. I Bujaerin
iiaent of Markets and appointed Colonel Ix Voe
M?at Boeitmu, with the burne salary ho ha* faith
erto had?*2,750 per annum. Francis Tomes wee
then appointed Collector of City Keernie and
.-iipi liiitcji.lcnt of Markets, with a salary of $8,600
per snnum. Mr. Tomeo waa for many years the
head ot the timi of Francis Tomes Si Sins, im?
porters of cutlery and fancy j-oods, in Maid, u-lane.
Ile has had a good deal of exi-ericnce in real-eatate
and Ken. ral husinees methods.
Controller Grant saul that he had made these
changes becauat bs deemed it necessary for the lrest
interests of the city. Then- was enough business
in the markets for ono man to SWerloOk, and the
collection ol' city revenue was as much as one man
could at I cud to. Ile was glad to rei a in lin services
if fjoloi el PoVue, who had proven himself ? faith?
ful ,i".l eapnble official, n,. atopased ss see what
could BS done m the way of col hi tine, thc amounts
due ihe .itv. ile feared,however,ttat Bconsidsr
aMe proportion waa outlawed. There were claims
whien it wae alleged weald uflbel thoBeof the city
in some ol the other eases. These would have to lie
pat -I on bj tan courts.
THE RATIONAL HORSE show.
MADIBOM ->'< Mt'' OaJtOBn i\ READinrfSJ POI nu;
linn >5?A.CH41 WITS MISS Ml i.i l-n.
Twenty-five young nant crowded the committee
room of the National Horse show at Madison
,S|imri' <i.udell yesterday, ami twenty-live hackett
with striped yellow sna black bodies and black
sleeves, aud twenty-fire black and yellow peaked
ca* s wi re handed otit and litt.-d by an old mas a be
had spectacles and a arny ?untaebe The young
iiuii wcie the asaiatante and tbe Jackets
.-md cap- wen their uniforms, to bs donned on
Monday monitng w ben the show opens at half-past
9 o'clock. Inside th.- building the preparatiom are
nearly eompk'ted and tba carden presents ?
rely altered ajmearunce. The centra! portion,
encircled by the iron pillars which support the
roof, is occupied by the exercising and display ring,
which is covered io a depth of several feet w ith tan
bark. In the middle u a deep trench which will
eventually be lille.I with water and form tbe water
jump our which Miss Mellish, the English lodj
rider, and the clever countrywoman of the Empreaa
..l ViMn.i will take the' hunters, lin- bitter
young woin.in Was maning sgninsl tbs
railing yesterday, contemplating the track withs
pensive expression. Him told a Tiubtm: reporter
that sin- hoped to make a good impression in
Ameri. s, for she had ridden in ?\ erv European cap?
ital since abe was "bohigh,"* holding a shapely
hand some fourteen inches from the floor. Superin?
tendent Lincoln was nishing v.Hilly about, seeing
j thal thc last tom hes were given to the
.. i<tic dei orations, which consist ,.f red. white
and blue streamers, festooned from pillan to roof,
and gayly blatoned shields bearing the arms ol'all
On the north side of the Carden is a tem]
wooden structure winch reaches half way over East
Twenty-seventh-st, ibis rontaini li'J stalls snd
looae boxen each of which is amply provided wah
. e.in fragrant -uaw, woila] an effort at dei oration
hos lu en mad" by tying shea vee of straw to the
end of the partitions witti red ami blue ribbons.
Tbe telegraph poles and lampposts, which have bb
odd. out-ol-th'-wnv look, ar.- treated in the tamil
way. At tin- east end of Hu- building there ore
.pillions louse boxea, in a hich the sp. Hally
line and valuable exhibits wijl timi Quarter*.
Facing the exhibition ring is n large stan for tbs
reception of the tiro-enginea and teams, which will
rive, ra turn, three exhibitions a da*i foraprixe lo
l tu the company making the quickest
limo. On the north side is a apace devoted
to tin exhibition of whips, harness and
oiln-i -. John, (;. lb. ka b. r ?? i ? sn n
lit.- y. derdsyafternoon by a Tumi xe reporter,
" Nothing,** said ho, " could he mille satisfactory.
Everything's iii apple-pie order, ami though onlj
half :. do/en oi tbe exhibits have bb yet arrived we
are read] for tbe whole of them, if the) want to
.onie. We are agreeably disappointed^ nol nnlyos
iinantity. hut also as to the quality .of I
I I hil I can safely say that .
hibitinn will compare favorably with say in tin
world that has bceu held hitherto. We have added
attractive features, not the leaal id
which will be the fire-engine competition. Tbe
prize ia a handsome set ?>( harness, We offered a
ol i, inn the men thought th it as the
- were to wm the prise the bornes ought to
The show will open nt I&30 M.
morning, lint Mayor Edann *w ill formally
ih |?re it open at half past '* o'.
The judging will begin at half-past lOo'clock. In
idling the building will be lighted by sixt)
ri. liL'hi-. Tho aeateun thenorth side will tie
. d, while those on the south will be free to
ticket-boldera. Only s few horsea, and thuee
from (eai.-- 'ar distant, arri ve. I yesterday.
Anio: . ere the exhibits oj \y, fi. w ? I ?. n,
of Mi,h.:;ah rail;. Cvntluana, Kv.: James Mr
of Montreal, Mont., and L kl. Payne, ol
I I IKS FOR I'lli: POLICE PENSION Pl '
The police Cui.iseioners have snhmitted to the
Mayor thc ir report ol tlie iitM-rations ol the foi
larter ending cM'ptembcr 30, lin entin lune
nun-tiers 2,74(1. The number ol pereoni arrested
Lodgings wi re furnished to ,>,!I00 men
ai.d 14.054 women, a total ol ['.'.ill. ih. ie were
i _.;-? losl children recovered. The police p.
. mil III ITu.mI Condition. ||,c ...[.lilli ul the
? ii .liiiuiaiv 1, l^v;. was e^L'Tu. '."..> 7-. lp tu
ii. ii',, i l. IHKS. tin ii!.;,.is (rom various a.
-?.?ii ? ??-...?::'. ft I. The expenditures, incl
over 977,000 for judgment! recovered by n
men on account of deductions mode for I"-- ol lime,
cw ic ne. nu ftiMOOoo. Thin rendered nice mn tl..
mle of ?102,000 Itonda, a part ol th. capital oil th.
fund. There remains now onl) -ri.;'1.'.'''! iHaetlio
capital of Hie fund sa compared \..:!i fA270,7UM 78
,-i! the beginning nf the year. Tlie commissioner*
?-ai that unless tlnie ia s]MN-dy legislation with a
vies i" replenishing and preserving the pension
fund, its extmctiou must result. The p. -paul
for the quarter ending Beptemlier :;u amnnnte?l to
>:!7.M 7 '-'""i. Assuming tl il the a vera tte quarterly
paymentsofpenaionBwill be about the same and
that the receipts will ..mt in nc iii tin same ratio, the
peiisiuii fund will lu- exhausted in les than
eighteen months from October 1. There are 'J'JH
men, HW widows, and 22 orphans on the roll. I !?
Board of Police request the t-urneet t-o-o*?eration ol
the Mayor and other authorities in order tiwi
propel measures moy b<- taken without delsy to re
jilenish ami preserve the lund and protect its de
Bl OAR I.T.l'IM R8' ASSETS TO BE SOLD.
Tin- sto< k, merchandise and machinery of the Brm
..finn--,ir \ llamuien-cbalg, sugar reline!**, who
.'...hil roi i.vi'i BUOO.OOO, iv ill I.,- -..I.I lu. au. ii.ui ..ii
October 30. Among thc creditors of th linn are I tu
Havenu ier Kugur R. lining! ompani f .rfkH.llil 11 -.
tbe American Hlncoae Company, ?**-.<) i:t <;j : the
North River Bank, for $25,1 HHi; l>nk A Meyer.;
?- io. YA'A 711; .le Iii n antill- National Bun
the Import rs and Tnwh i ? NntioiiuJ llank,*r'h?/?.i l;
-. aboard Bi nk, fj!l 1,000 : the Met ron
National Baok.f7.NOO,and Hie I ir i Nu-.al I
ot Chicago, III.. 94,000. Amoila Ihe assets of tb*
iiiiu an- named wore] . d al
?17,0*0 0*1. the actual market value being tftltJ,
I3UO0. Tbe real estate is valued noniiuall- it
.-, _'."i,iMMI and actual ll al | ...HI'I, lt In jug Ktlbji 1 ' 1.1
B mortgage for fCiO.OOO. Tbe machinery, brenda,
and st.111. ? ''nola - ro. k randi
candy ajrup ere git"' n a nominal valne of r-iui" ?>.
and an actual value of ?12,000, >'?. Livin
Uamerelej will sell tbe property hy'.ni. nd 1 .
. \\ illiam K'. Barn. 1.. on the premie. . No. RO
CHARGED WITI1 DELAYING STREET CARS.
Pie 'dent Lyu and Sup* 1 int -mlenl Rob. rt sin, ol
the Third Avouu. Railroad Company, in the *i irk
ville 1'oiic Court y. terdsy, applied for a sr ai rant
foi the an -t oi ... if. Lamil, ii. ,m ofhV er ". the So
. i. 11 iui tin- frevention ol Cruelty to Am mal,, on s
? of wilfully obstructing tbe road mid di
ina tin cars ,;i tbe 1 ompanj on ' ?ctober ll. 11
ni, a driver, made an affidavit that tin- BC
| mau ordered bim to detach oise of the borsea
lroin car No.."d' ami take tin- animal to Twenty
1 and Porth-ave. w lure n waeexamine?j bj
: ollie.im < nu, e out ot the Sui n-t i ' |. min. 1 liei ??,
! and who ordered him to take the anuna! to the de?
pot. Two veterinary surgeons made sffidnvita that
(bc animal was strong and weil able to perl-uni bia
? work, the only trouble being an a bra sum nu the
hind letj. where tbe animal rubbed it-, legs togi il i
and which was protected, the driver aid. 1 lc
1,111 .timi will he .-m.'i u al next Saturday.
1'l.dlM i 1. EXCHANGE IU ILIUM. 1 l ND8.
A atonting of tbe Btesobersol theFrodaee Ex
ahangewill be held to-morroa to receive there
port of the special coiuliiillee which has been eo||
sidei i ii ir the adi isabilitj of starting new- land '?? le?
gra pb unes and bb ocean cable for commercial si i
vice, lt will also con tiller the report of the J-i
nanee Committee relative to raisins funds for the
completion of the nen "Produce Exchange bnihiing,
ihe ii-ieuiii reqnired, occordins to the Building
Committee's report, w a - $ i l.i,:il!i; Hu- esl mia te of
what is required over and above tho oootraets ia
?107,600, a total of .-r.i.ni.M'.i. Againsl this sro:
Cash in hand, .f7,l lt?; fl loan from the Corn Ex?
change bsnk, Al25,000, and dm-from the Bowery
Havings bank* flW,000-n total of yj^.iiii. leav?
ing b27 1,700 ns tba aamuat raquired tofmisbtbe
imil.lim: according to the plans snd speeiflcationa.
The aseeta against these figures are: The co ni tv in
th.- old Exchange, mortgaged for ?tyri.ofio, nnd
Hm ei|iiitv in Ho.rnBtotte.sfc,en which tan) mort?
gage, is not due, .flO.OiK).
BURIAL OF THi: MURDERER DOTET.
Two hrnwni BoUeesaen kept back a ewowdof
miiiiII bays an.l idle curiosilv Keekers from the disii-s
of the little dead-bouse on K.-iet One handrnd and
twenty-second-st. yesterday Bwrning, winn- lav
tin- bod] ol Edward Hon j. tbe murderer, who was
banged on Imlay morning. At u o'clock an old
mau whrt.se l'a.e snowed braces of roi ? nt tens, ami
un whose arm was s closely veiled young womaa
drraned lu des p mourning, followed bj a young man
and woman, slow Iv walk- d from I hud-nw. toward
lin- dead-bouse, rber wen- tin- fm her and wife,
brother and titter of tb. .lead man. The ward
made way in respectful silence, lb.- d.sir of the
dead-room opened aud they were admitted. A few
uiiuuteri later L'oniiaellur William r*. Kintcing and
the h. v. i?r. Cu il bert arrived, and were admitted.
Theee'six und the undertaker were tbe only persons
aanaaal at the taanansl of Edward iiovcy. At li*J0
Dr. CHilbert ber io to rend QtSBSSBBSB baB"aalss**viaa
of the Kpiseopal Church. Aft-i- the sr.
finished tin' relatives if the dead amen vrullreu to
the One hnndiefl aad Insult Bf th st stashes ss* Uar
Harlem kUilruad. Ihe bany was carried to Cu
tame place just In time tovstch trie 1 Oil"! train te
Woodlawn, where the nady was buried in th ? bbbm
plot in which Mrs. Uovcy lies. Only tho hm Ij
wt-nt to Wood bte n.
TO PROTECT i.Wi.Moi'-' Ki .lli>.
A nat luna! i i n a en. ii rn ol ii. m ntui - a:.'i own
inventions in to he lield iu Lvri. Hall, nih a.
l-il st.. j,, nulli,iw ai',: Tm- ,|,:, tn form an Invent
ors' Protective As?"< iiaioii. The Movement sra*
started bj a i.uiimitiei ol Si ? \'?? ?-? inventor*,
which iaancd a call through Hie -.. *. tar-.. . I. A.
1'oihes, tn Inventors gem-rally. This bas beru
lanrelj reepomled to, ami many prominent i .1 *? -*i
tore will br pre ent. Tbe I mum iom-r of Patents
is exp . ted to attend. M
which will h.tier .???cine io i;i..':i..r- ile! legal
rights, ami protect them more fully against in
ii ngemeiit : tlie establishing of a bonni id
11 iii- and huil e- pells l.u Ihe 1 sill.lill.itlotl ol
nous aa to their utility and legalif audio sim un
the introduction of iuventiom to tue public bi Hi
I< 'i-npcratiun nf capital: tbe maintaining of a libra
luthoritative works, including tbe l.u st pub
li. at ions of ibis and uthei r mitti i. - upon I Iw sub
i.ei ut pate;:: . where all information maj be
readily aod eeoiimuh-oili obtained bj tin- bi veil tor
ou subject* relating to his intere ti 1 matter no*
attended with great expeuac snd difHcn I
a united resistance i<> the encronchuteat 01 combina?
tions no*. it is alleged, liebig wade upon the rights
BJid privileges of patentees and Ihe owners ol pal
??ms. .\ national eh liter is to I"- obtained
Z ?? lt is a remarkable cir. nuudance,'* aaj - th.
retoryol tbe committee, u timi although there al
l"..i.i"Mi inventors in the I niteil Mates whoa,
est* are in almost ronstanl leopard)*, no effort bat
ever bet.U" Incl made b\ Ila rn tn combine for the
jiiuic, in.u ui thus, interests. Ii is not general 1 j
know 11. hut n i-1 fut. that the railroad*, the uran
gera, the mill-owner*, owl other large manufaetni
iiigcotnuaiii. s, although at enmiti with one ai
isi,1 inlier inti rests, nv,, united in their oppoeition
lo th.- patent laws, and in the sentiment that there
shuuld be no property rifbta in patent*. Theae
?treat interests have formed 1 combination, the ob?
ject "i whnh is tu legalise their ideas by c.??
sional en.11 linclil-."
AFTER rilF. M'.WIUI.'i' CENTENNIAL.
Th.- Passeager Department al tan Qraad Central
Depot on I riuai rubbed Its hands together ns one
m.m. " We handled ahonl 2.1.000 people on Thara
'inif to and from the Newbirrg eelebrntioja,
without a single accident,*'remarked E. J. Rich?
ards, ,1-i-iiiii! ii' ii- 1.'I Boaeenaer aL'cnt. " I
was vcr> little dela} in tm- trains, too,"* Seventh
Regiment members were annoyed on VVednssda] si
the separation of the Veli ran Corps buni the reel af
the 0 ? ? bi. b ? Di by the New-York
Central and reached Fishkill ob time. The Veter D
Corps went bj the West fcbore and was ahonl fire
limns ob lin icid The "th Regiment was kept
waiting tifn minutes ,-u Fishkill breanne of the ne
ti,-11 ii. ru. ilities ol t he Nea burg I'd r\ < lompauj . A
ttor> is told how the-un o'. Humer Kamsuell tried
to keep the slip against the regiment. Colon'!
1 <'birk wa* doh rn din d tn have no sm h d. lay on re
turning os .I m tjhe morning. In the
evening, promptly on time, tbe regimen! mme
down to the ferry in column 1 irehing st
duuiil.-milch sl.p. Young Ml. I.'aiils'lell p'u.'l
li un di in front of ihe tn sips, saying: "Von
wait nntll th. peopl. ct im hoard.'* "Snoody!"
nded Sergen ' ! ec, of Company C, ashs
lim sli.-d tbe obst ru. lion saide with one arm, and tin
reguncnl swept on the fern " '" '?'' ?' ,"1 nedo.
PREHIDEN1 HYDE ARD I HE MEXICAN I
Yice-I'tcsidcit Alexander, ol the Eqnitahl
Assurance lim-ietj I 1 ie opiuion thal Ihe
: il ia pat. b hum .M'\i. u. 1 .ci .., ting President
Hyil 's name with a ll. '1 Ml luau, ?
error. " I should deli) tin-truth of Ibe report
iiiiely." Mr. Mf-xnnd. 1 - d, " bul fi 1 Ih. fa. t that
' I . Mi de fur ???:n. lime. I du not
kim* cert linly he rn ij have en
tered upon during his visit to I'm ope. bm | feel sure
ibal if he * fl ?f lhi? 1 I '
have ls >n informed of it, lin- published dispatch
isihciiistih.nl lim beard "I the matter. I li?
na dm - .1 life iusurati. ?? hi ' I
but to negotiate a 'nan i- nol within its 1
w itlioin foundation."
SW I-- MATCH BOXE8 NOI DITIAHIJ
ll. K. I hnrh. r.i U.K.!
ber, re tu nie.
lllllllic.-lti d tu Coll. . lol I. ' "f
the dei itlon nf Kern tar-, Kolgcr, w iib r< gard t" the
Baa. .-:,,. ut of duties ll
mate! ? ire extensive im
port. :s. Mr. linnie 1 utah d tiwi -
h.-nl di ? ided timi 1 in bon ? en not onlj rn ? ?
in ii. ion ol the muli h.-. but Ilia!
did not form the hi il ,'?? rstin il
appraisal thereof. The Collector will get
an official ??-.. nf tbe decision winn the
bond* given bj tl.- fhnrbei payment of
linties un the matches Imported since duly I,
amounting i<> about -.:<>,?*>?'. ? .11
NEW8 \M> I\< IDE! -
1 . f II rd will
iiii-nicss in New-V01 k.
I'.iiiHL' the wi .-k s.ih s uf m-iii ,
taken pince an fol low>: Nassau. 14.V Home, ll<?;
Pet. 1 1 I '..: Me. hann sand Trailers, 1 1:1;
United Wah -. I.10
Tin .N.w \,.ik Tariff Association on Friday con?
sidered met buds to control in ? m.wu ? brokerage, but
took no action.
THE Lim fl 1 in Lr 11.
NKWtiY HK'-r.*iATl Ii IN lill HW.IMIM- MII.K-Vr
Bl rt AB 1 a si i :
During th.- srtmnser Um Brick Pn
tiri.ni 1 Inn 1 h un Ililli a e. ami lliul. -centli
-I. OBI 'i'll uinl' 1
llliptuM lin lit. 'Mic Ult- 1 Inf hat I'd II ' Bl
"i ih, , . ,1 in the from portion nf tin build
li.tr w Inn- li 1 Tlc
? ? ..ml \i 1 il..limn i...-.i '? v
.ration of a Bj /.mine- ii p.-.
from Un Brsl . cnturie*, n
dui. h .?..?.,.
1 i'll rn I. .,
lakcll from th'
Mu- dui. mi.I
till- e,,!,|. ? ,??,,,,' , .,., t|,,. ,
len. un Hu
I ? rbi e. Uh '(,,,.I "
, Iii ilil?
li I min ?
Bil 1 ml 1 ::
chinch lilli Ul"!, I Ha .III. c.if J.lilli I* I I
pu-l.u.tli. Kev.Il !
. il t..
? ni ti.nuii.-li ' ' in 1. 1 lc
??'. aa tl .
I" lu '.nd uni ui.h. nv, hut
ll Im Imp. d Iii :.
A MUSIC TEACHES ATTEMPTS SUICIDE.
Candido Berti, a ninnie teacher nnd pianist,
ass taken to Rettevno Hospital si yesterday
1.ft. riiuuii, eseu-ged Mun attemptlag te commit suicide
ile had jomped from Um res! ur the mur
Itetr-f luilldllii; N... 143 l...-l Tlililieth ?t., und
lending in t rt .1 yard bad brol st h's ankh aad ? satained
MMie Internal lnjuriee. Mr. Hun! tin \ rears old, born
.a tkl ' H.-.. I' ? r i'll' 1 i? 'tu' m lt di. ni .un I Ids muthern
natue of Ile V, ? si Indies. TkS btikSt has linn ,1. ul
main .', eal s, Lui tin- mother w ' ?.lilli fur I
liiini iniii. i.e.1 eke ii- es at Nu. 287 Beet 1 ld: m. ii. *t, Hr.
n 11 i wu.. I'hu ..ted in Earop. and wat b pupil of Thal
in it. In* this im be baa given amalea] lastruction to
tke m. mini ? ul n, By Weall Ile lived fur
1-'mit ia .irs in 1 uni ,c -nth -t., ii: .1 ?pot a treal mi. id ni
Hu chi, alain ul 1 ciil ivlin hud lu Hie Killie
Innis,. dbe wat Ids isipll fur iibuut tlilitc-u
veil's. 'Hair alb et uri fol cadi Other lu caine mi pro
notraced that they were engagod lo be n
iiiulilhs ago, ult le hil ii lils ul'i ls linne I han dun I,le lier on ll.
'I he v..is broken reei ally, ami
Mr. Hillie, a fin- necks Bgo, began
lo exhibit svmpiuii.s nt ins, mil'.. Yeaterdaj helen his
boarding phsre. af N". 2T1 weat rbtrty-foortb-st., and
Mi nt tn Ids inulliei s lum .??. After cuinershiif fur nonie
tune uni. bis stepfather, ba veal aa So
tin- reef and walked an.mt there. m
stepfather weat up aftei a Rborl taterval le tee what hs
wan doing. Ur. Berti soddeulj began tu nm from oas
reef to the other crying: "They are after me!" a clothes?
line broke Ids fall enougb to save hi,, tir.-. it waa tinno-iit
n lottves mai be di.i not intend to tm i,i;
They refiis, il to tell the name of the yniuiK wuuian whom
he vi ant, d to mari").
POLLUTION OF Till: PASSAIC li I UER.
Tin- ll ml si in I'nun fy Uland Juiy.uccnin-iHiiii il
hy ui.-mlicrs of the Honrii ,,f i-uhlic Winks of JttSSg t'lly
and Chief Knirhiecr Sl|c?, iniuh fl visit nf lii?pcct!uu tu thc
PBtaStt HvarSB I'tl.la.. They fuimd that nc.iilv all the
ananissweraef Itswarksssptted attn th.- ilist,saslanal
the tide, earrleil Ihe WiaSgfl MBM SkSBBBBS BfeBSS Bkt
pumping statlun jil Helli ville, wi,ince ll ls ]ieui|M d Into
maine by which Jri ipplied. lt li probable
that the Grand Jun .sid Indict tin. city of Newark lor
InullitalliliiL' U IHlisal.ee.
" Vi??-," s;iiil lin- candidate foi theliegisUttnre,
" Tu wini's luis liecn iii uk li il 1.. \ e lu mi wi.c. uinl all. r hi?
llas Ulled I'll lick Ike lite nil! Ul h. III."' ,liu Iel. lu '.
Thai Zuni Indiana are said t?. hnve Invented
the clsrarctte. w. begin to believe that then is
uo goud induui but u u. ad imiuu. - [lecion ItflnSM tpt. |
VtfTk /vmur fl?t 7-Srtmtor John F. Miller,
"f ' I"""; Dnatel JlnnninK. ofAlbiiuy; ez-1 *
Kill..:'..! M'.;:.!.v. lr., nf 'I;-. ... ,| i ;?\ cini'.r H. W. Hale,
?-'dr.. .,, \,? h'ternr .?enafnr James I..
llmii.nl Aliitnuua; \he lion sliriK-l'V ll, theil, of Knc
i -i ' -lu:. 1 Al ? ?iii,- piper, L'. s. A ... !???
'';?'?>?? tllleetrge H. 'Hiwuhm.ri,irr?,f,m
? a AlpU-u, Cl..,is-eil- All'oi. - uf
'" V ' ll Was, InjrtoB ;.?,?.,.,,.'.
l-uiiciui flt. Intyre, of .Niiintr. al.
*?'" A1'-.; , I: lituteFail i-drawing a larder
Iinmlier d'-ii;. than ,,i any |>r? violin yenr.
The Kew-Yora Atbtttta (Inh Kaine* were asst
ponedagaia >?? sterday until next naturday.
11 rnee bet ...n irmkai .-i...i ktaMirn. wbieli
waa to bave taken place yeeterday at Fleetn.I
1 '"'k- has i.n rstBtpoaed until Tliaisanj.
*. silent 134 brad nf Jotbqj natthi isias*gm-d float
twentg-seven different stock launs will lake pktes
on I : esdai aid We.iiic dav at the railroad stables
in Kixfy-fonrtli-st., uiid.-r tin- msuagement of Filter
C. Ki Uotrgst c...
STATISTICS <>K A MRI,
__ Amata l.i-t week, t.393: births. (117; deaths,
?' - ' * marnup i, 225; physicians reported BU casca
oi typhoid fever,:;.. ui searle) fever, (5 of mi i
and 35 of diphtheria.
A- l.N'i: M-: M.vnr KV ICU 111 At Kits.
( halli s N. I hil,les, an Ice dealer, made au assign?
ment yest-nlAy, with ?U,tto3 29 preferences, to
William fe*, linnie; and I 'a.'iii ea N. li.dd,- ami .lanes
" ' "inbmsd sn assignment to William 8. Goble,
willi 91,809 Tl pu td.rs.
a bbi arnon at tip pagan out ?.
wi},i'jep 'tatton, tho journalist and novelist, and
William rerrisa. Henry Irving's leading man. were
received yesterday at tbs New-York Press flub
n io nu, by Colonel Menin,an, th.- prcsid-nt, alida
nuinh.-r of the members.
a OAStB rn iiAsi-iiAH POBTPOni D
The ]iropi.-e.i game of baseball between the Bjaw
Vuik ami Metropolitan imus at tba Pom Grounds
was p-i.ip,,nc! yesterdaj until Tu.-s.Iay next, on
account cn the rain. A benefit to the eustodian of
the i-'t, ni mis, " Jack " Qouldingwill be girsa sn
i-nrr i, STJUM CArSKS m ahm.
Some littl.- excitement mus mased yeeterday
murnini.- al the ( itv Hall station of to Elevated
?ml bj ii top-cock being blown ont of one nf
the hu uiii.ittvea. The hiss of escaping steam led
many persons to suppose that a tamosaceideut had
occurred. Nu uin- was hurt, however, and tra\el
was not lons di laj cl.
I MUM, milM AN ri.tYATI'i PIAUHI'M.
Henry tiilee, ticket seller al the Blesxkar-at. ata
I.un ul the m \lh A. VellUS I.lc ia led road, at tem i>|,?l
tu hun. I ,i h iii i na ronductor on s train which
wasleavinr the station las' evening. Ile lust hi*
balance at the end of the station platform and fell
luthe pavement below, breaking his left armin
ta ii pl
?mi-- ? ? ,i'.ti ii iv grant nomna.
patrolman Heal, who has rharge of the police
records of missing persons, saul yesterday that in
the last righi months '.'.?.I persons had been re
ii..! as iuis.il,,. in thia city, of .'t*?7 it wsa
Uaruedlaftcrward that the) had returned home,
and 2MO others wei traced I outside the
city. No i u t,,11nat inn has beeu gained abont 158 ol
Ug | i opie.
Ill Al IIS AM) III IIIAIS Al s| V.
Captain Uh liurdson. of the hark Alice, from
Muscat, ulm h arrived here jreaterday, reports that
ut. Mar -i John Bois ian. died and was
buried in the nie.m. On July _'u, while the ?
oft the i .a i.fi-.ml Hope, John Ka vniond a
hui, |.|| from thc upper minn topsail lu tin- deck,
ile)lug "ii tho following daj from internal inj
i i ,i-i i i 's in i ii i: miii s.
j.\u ? ul the lintel Bl
J '.' NI. Humphrey ar itu ,m
: (JO md the :a\e. on thc build
? ri .ui the northwest corner of
il i itt. -i ightb-st. Congressman
I .lil.niiio ll, Pottei has borrowed tba sum of
? im> iijiuii the piu,i. Tty on ihe northeust comer
id-*rt fr.un the Bow. ry
Ill YIXlJ LAND n>B Bt'MueU RI -"!(!-.
\ I of lal cen Pe.. nie nnd khiiine. nek
in I he inn n i?l Sni|i h ? I
I I. . uiitiiiuiii.' I,OOO .land meadow ana
I nd ill.il- I vi al'-: ' anet lull to
I,-. H. ll - '?: """. I be prep, rti b to Im
? J, by tb< Long Iii] iud [in
pcnvi ? I the U lilding ol . ? ?
and ;? mer resort. Mr. Hinsdale is nu?
ll. r-tm.,| to ha I. ste fbi th. ci ni?
lilli Hil,- lilli , . li in I ll, III 111 sj ls A lins.
Thc st. kinship Sec ker lundi IHH1 immigian ta at
f'astle i...iden yest.rilm. i'm- arrivals ?f im
migrauts tor tin - '. On the Necker
live little children from Bremen, who bad no
uthei ku.tullin.- than the tags itt ta. bed to them, on
who!, icii'iii'li printed their names and
it ions. Matilda Kirtbaujn. age tin, U-done
pint, with ber flvnyeai old brittler and si* vet
lo llnir father. Philip.
who lives iu I hicago. Louisa poy. age eleven, and
le i si li r. og. niue, are to Join tlteit father, Val. mine
in ('hi'.i.-.'. lin- Herman Ho?.iety of Bremen bi
sending the little ones on by *' label i tpi
III - I Ilsl m B-DOI i Alt nu I .
PeterSl lan, a ne wi j arrived immigrant, went
tu u rn k fur the Long Island Railroad Compnni. snd
on hnturdnj received i part ot In- wages, The
. tbillwass ti-.- il'dlai ii,ti. whnh was the
lieridan hod ever seen, He attempted to ucl
lt changed on Hundaj morning ats liquor store in
Uiiin -i. John Mallen, the barkeeper, tobi bim
the loll wa- had. as it hui the words Irish
KepnUie aa the name of th* Issuing fJovernment.
Sheridan thought that the barkeepei had changed
the loll gi v. ii lum for snot her. omi bc bod bira ar
i. .t. d. He a a- tak< n before < ommisslom r Shields
..I dis. barged, sa it appeared that hher
uilil nut di si i itu- Un mite "liven him and had
been in pisces where it might hare beeu changed
b ot bet I- isuiis.
CHABOKn WITH sri.AiiS'i \ BO D
11. 1.1 ' ii. tit r.. ant I Mau. ??!' the Out ral I
on I inla? night arrested in the Astor House Milton
Smith, a bruk, r, uf Northport, L. I., for "I.appre
I (tension be has inlii a v..nra,it since I leer lu tier. He
In charged with grand laree uy bj Ituudull ll. louie,
a broker, arl Nu. IO Broadway, who in bit affidavit
:> thal la-! \,ar .lu- jin..itu. i\.i| lunn
him a 1 >i am if and I uni.ni- tuners' bond ul I*!? ll
nun d Cu,i.itv. 8. I., the li' ? '.i'n.' ul a bli h was
I), on Smith's representation thai In would
d p.ie ui it and return I he money, Aachen-oil.
how ev. l. he retained i?.? ion ol the bond sud di.I
not give ita owner nny equivalent. Smith was ar?
il iu tb. foran* Police t -'un ye
ted lu boil in fl,OOO.
i. i-.i i ni. i i i ni i: -.v i ni m .i.
i i i.en,mi Conni il of the Lutheran il"hun hes
I. un.lina don at Kt, peter's Church yester?
day, lu lin morai ii- th. dis. i- iou ol Lu
nim i\ five theses was resi.-d. In the afternoon
u .a.i.nu ti,-.- ros appointed to visit Wald's Island
I tlu-n iiii adj minmi nt
? < ..-mil n :iml 1 lu- Lutheran Kuiigrunl House,
I,, du is the Luther (nhilee.
ni rn ill lu- delivered in Herman ? >' Pr. I
s. I ni-., bel. "i Mendol i. Iii I ' icil boa re
il th. lb i viftumn of tl I
? i ii ii al edition of Luther's works, issued under the
antin.rm "t ii.. Kimi n,r William in i-otiimcinora
ti m of tue tour huuilr. dth aunivei wry ol Luth. i ?
"Kit." KI'V/H. Kl-. ll.Uliil P.
" Dr." -seh.isii.in Kuntig, wbo waa arrested on "n
picion ol h i. ing i oused the death ol Ulen
II.-ul'-i ofOu. bundred-aud-thirtieth-st.and renth
ave., lu -/i. ing bim ? powdei rn hi. h be represented
to be a - lin |,,i imil.ma. mi L). to *i 13, waa before
. orouei Merkle yeatenlay. Dr.8. W. Jacobson said
thal he bad snalysed s powder like the oue takeu
by Iii iu- t. a ul found that ii wa iniodeoi the pow?
dered iou! ol May apple. Ho could not discovei
.nu traces ol ralomelorof .iu\ other poisonous mat?
ter. He thought that a teaspoonful of the powder
would produce a shock thal would accelerate the
,1 aih ul anv pi roon exhausted by nisi a io. 11 i
jnrv returned s verdict that Hougat came to bis
.hath l,\ inaluii.i. accelerated by active purgation
while iii u roudition ol exhaustion, Kunxtgwas
iucl, t.,uii. diachaiired.
nun mis in a si I'l'usi n-iuiii' mauiiiik mas.
James Fletcher, of Port Cheater, for nearly ten
Mais bas been rouaidered a married man tout a
lew months ago the woman uith whom he had I.n
living b*ft bim and wat publicly married toa man
mimed Mimili, living al Morrisanie. boon sf ter
waul rici, ber iisit.,1 his former hell.t and en?
deavored to pr-rsuade herfto return to hiisjtireside, but
without succ.-.s. His contiuneil pleod|uoi and per
sisteni nii.-niinn.-, however, worried Mrs. Manley hi
such an extent that she had him srrested on Wed?
nesday and Police Justice Mnrt.'.in committed hun
ill dela,ill ul .tl,(Ml I bonds lo keel' the pea.,, and
hned him ^lii. A lawyer appeared before the Jus?
tice reeteraa-f and tried to eonrince him thal
Fletcher ami Sadie ware mun and wile, but SS the
former admitted thai they were narai named, the
lawyer a ss obliged to retire.
Ill Ol t> ls OK KU. CHAKI BB 1.. itt MKV1IIAI..
Thc lui.- Hr. ( hailes E. lUuiii.-nlhal in his will
hhd in the Surrogate*! office yesterday, dated
A.ngnst20 i-<**:i wa vee $5,000 to bia friend Judge
Charles H. Van Brunt, of the Court of Common
ri.a-. The testator beqnenths t<? his housekeeper,
Lena Mcinhaidt, ,*i,IHMI -thia Slllll to KO to ,lllde;e
Van llrunt ni us- she be dead or not in the
tc-latui's scjv, ,. Bl tin-tune ol his death. Dr.
Itlumeuthal bequeaths a bond and mortgage foi
$10,000 to bis wife, .lam- c. Blwaenthal, ia lien
ut dower: h.- ai vet lu- borset and carriage rn Louis
ttteiiihanIt,hiscoachmau. Aftei bequcaU of jewelry,
the i, slat.., leavet the reel ol bia property to Miss
Laura Whltneld and Henry Davit Whittield, I be
will alaojtoi ides for Uiccremation <?; tb ? Uwtatoi m
l.'.ih. iTn- executors are Judge Nan Hr.mt and
UKI P I '-ll IM AVA.
The Maritime Asso. lati.i the Pori ol N< ????**?
li ? ned un appeal to il picnilx rs and fbi puldic
el la. i in aid ol the i
ins recent rolenuie sruptious m ih<- Btrsits of
Bunda. Check-s or sums of money may oe rorworded
to Albert ll. Brown, the treasurer, at tho Produce
Exchange Buddina*, in Reaver street,
THK wi! L OK JOSI PH P. HALE.
The late Joseph P. Hale, whose will wat tiled yes?
terday in the .Surrogate's ollie-, bouucathn to his
wife Lucy Ann Maje, al! the household furniture of
the hons,, belonging to h.-r at No. 112 West Thirty
fourth street; $5,000 to Mrs. Eliza Manning:
?j-H>,<>00 to the trustee*) of the t'nitnrian Bocarty Ol
Hernanlstnii, Ma.*w., a part of the income of which
it to he applied to keening in order the lot of ground
in \ih:ch the testators paran ti sra buried, and tbe
balance to the aupport OT the preacbmgof tin* 8ss>
pel iii said society; and, after bequests of .*r--,.?WM?
? nh to l.'olM-rt Vv. Crane, of California, aud Mrs.
Mina Pinkerton, of Mu unite hu se tl*, and $1,000 I"
Israel P. Hale, his uncle, the testator 1c-iv<*n the rest
of Ins property in e<|iml shares to his wile and to
bis daughters, Julia ll Domain! and sagaataW.
.?stone, (lu- executrix is Lucy Ann Hale, tin- tea
uiorswife, nnd Georgs W. Dcbcooise. Thc will ie
dated August 2b, UStm,
To-morrow is titi- last day for registration.
Hour-. 8 to ll a. ni.,-1 to 11 p. m.
ila police maiie 150 arrests last week, and jver
mits fm- the erection ot asmntj-threenew anilalrngs
Protap Chundra sfosoontdar, of Hindustan,
will speak at the Rev. Hr. Potman's Chun h (finn
Cnitnrian). in Piafiepont-st-, this sveafng on the
nea religious movement in India. Duriug thc
waeh in- will appear in New-Torfc,
Patrick Kenney, linitlier of John Kennev, the
inur.ierer and suicide, bas suad Edward J. MeCey
tu recover 95,000 damages fur an alleged assault,
made on April 17, I****!, when McCoy, BS :.!
meed, stabbed Kenney in the fane willi a knife,
the complaint is .hited June lil, lN**i".
I In- defendant's counsel yesterday, iu thc
Kupreme Court, Special Tenn, "moved to
diaiuim die ease fur want of prosecution.
Keuney*scounselsnanrered that the ca.se was de?
layed on account of thc trial of th- plaintiff's
brother for murder, and he feared it wimbi preju?
dice |,,s own case. Ihe I '.Mut dir.-eti-d the plaint id
to nay .flo costs, and put tin- case un th. calendar
within ten days.
si'Ai-i now.?An attempt waaaaadt jreaatwdny to
wreck ii train on the Mates Island Kaihuad.
As the 7:16 a. m. train from Totteuville was round?
ing the curve in th.-woods between tin- Finger?
board and tdd Town roads in Houthlteld. the i
mci saw an obstruction on the track and whistled
dBwn brakes. The train waa stopped within a few
yards <>f the obstrnotloa which proved to be two
huge neks. Th, company will oller a reward for
t li ai ii st and conviction of tba guilts persons,
I'I.oomfiki I).?William t'r.-a .<-, a blacksmith, tin
dertooh to remove a shae bom tbe fort of alases
colt in the stable af Jsmea C. Beach, on Thursday,
when lu- was crowded against the wall by the ani?
mal and his forehead fractured l>v s kick. Tbe coll
was then taken toablaekaatiwi shop, and C. JL
Ward attempted to perform the lob, when the
vuious animal threw him down and broke Ids leg.
Crease's injuries an- probably fatal, and Ward'sars
serious, aa ne is sixty-four years old.
Lum; I-'am.Ci.v. The State Athletic Club hus
leased from the Fast River Ferry Company the
ldoi k bound by West-ave.. Third and Fourth ste.
snd tin- i;..st River.
(lu n Covn.?Justice Frost issued a warrant v.-s
trado) forth, arrest of William H. Hmith, who as?
saulted Captain John Haiketi :it the churrh festi?
val at Rayvill.i Tbureday night, Smith was
urn stcd by Oilicci sheridan.
A li! ISD NEWSDEALEffa ? 0MPLAIS T.
(?illili' 1! IVIS, willi keeps a lleWS-stllH.l at
I rc. Broadway and rweatj tad ts lamA
lariyknownaa "Tom" baa been blind fm taros yuan
if. supports t faun1.!, a/ben /'? ? // I redoead Ita
i',i;'i" ia ' onjun itlon attn the rd
,.f Hu- nea id. sb rs mid tin- pan, r for three cents. Shelly
after thc reduettou, . - approached by a man
?ihu ted him that unless he s,,;,l fl., Herald for tWO
:i opposition newt -t.md weald bs est aTtUshed bb
?cuni.!-. Oe said that he waa wtUng to arti Tur.
ll. mid tot twi.ut- if th, proprietor of that paper would
allua Mm to return all im-"'!<l copies, and the prop,,ai
waa aimed m.
?? Kee.' - dd Hayes to ? reporter si Tua Tami ve yes
Buaibst sf eessts
iicip.iilv lniy TllK. Thiii
i S" . ?>n day last week I waa unable to san .iii
tbe copies o ."? Uei ihfthsl lt,,ok from thc nrnVc aadl
returned thsse that wen nair-tM Ob tbe folio whig nay I
tn ih maadi for Tin Herald tfcsa i hui pagans;
Amoug those who asked fi an thal doy told
im ttl it Isold 1 .' ? for two ? eat- be would
put np ti Herold utoad on Ihe Mme cores r. He 1 epnrn ?!, I
? nu dil. to buy a ii
ul n.i stand, uinl yest-nlay a I fi How
? ailie up here and " mil Tht Herald, Truth
..nu- I'ri nch and . .? ? ..I dont
.'ian. c. The moraine that ] did not have a copy nf Tnt
titi d lt le; ii.tel BB
an i vi ? pi!..n.ii um*. There la many a da i mn out
ut f in i Kim m. and the other mornhur papen lu lu-t the
-.lin .vu i han- i tend many customers who, I know,
-could pun hu c ii ii en of un no matter a hat ma tenahbi
price i ask. -i. ; - Ur mid fellow hat hardly told a paper
since (ie In,, l.c, n here."
Al GUST BELMONT, JR., SUED FOB DAMAGES
.1. E. Tower, <d Henspwtestd, L. I., throagh his
...ms. 1.1 ali er m Wright, "t tte. ISO gateau rt., sat
ttroughtsuH agalaal Anguat Belmont, Jr. ,fordoi
d tn an aasooll upon bia perara by Mr. Belmont
?n the platform of tbe railroad --tatton al RTempatead,
?arly in July. Retarnlng from n hunt on Hem pst. ul
Plain- la the aaoBth of June, a groom hi the employ of
Slr, li ciinuiit ran over aud ncverelj Injured a rosing toa
r Mr. Tuner After the ho) had recovered fl*.
i presented to slr. Belmont the pin-i
111 of #30 na nt. fbi .ni-, i refuel il to
i..ii the tull icu s,,i,| he would think tbe uiatt. rover. <ui
lulj lu Mr. rot i mt Mr. Belmont at th" Ueiupstced
In pu tented the hill. Mr. Il luieiit saiil he
:ad di .iii, d eui iu pai the bill under eny etreumstai
\l|. IV HUI.I. pas eil I.etUiell l!le (nu Ililli. V. Ililli lc
| In "i li' Inn ii s .inijiu Mr. Tower ovci
uad nilli his cine. I'll, ie u as mil, li euuiuii nt un the
?Itali' Bl tile lillie hill It Ul.ssUppu-d liol lilli.' M.illili
If. Ililli. |i.l|..'l's .linell Mr. |-.c> ? I -. . 1 e.l I.li
Hr. P.. un.iiit on October 9 be brinies null for B*>,oo0
Old (1.1,0.l.lMl.l.l | lc |||? -el,. 'I'!,,.
, e i. lu-n ahie I. ? ll,ul I ul. . Tht ' I se Will pttltl
ibly lie brniurht before tbe Queens Couaty inuit ot the
FOOTBALL IN HIE BAIN.
lu spite ?d' ih..- weather quite ? crowd aesem
ih^l on the Ht. George Cricket Oround Hoboken yee
?. innun to witness tbe football match between
rd College and Stevena Institute teams. The
? llppery, and ll aaa aaiualmr to iee tbe cell, je
thej ian to lilith.- a ?r".il. There was the bbbbI
tooan! ol tuiuhiine- and the " hiilf-h.ieks " had their
ibuiIs full In ti i lb* bell The same \.u.s
intlj contested, and resulted In t victory for tbe Han ml
cuni i.i lim oliIs and om-loiiilidown lu Mei eii-'s two
ouebdowus. w. Lawson, i I
,r,iic ind B. Appleton was captain ol the Harvard
Kl itch led tlieHtevens'amen. Time of Kaine,
a., hour aud a hall Hue thal thu Harvard men have
!. icltd dc stevens Institute, they stand an excellent
, the. liauipiuiiship. and il ls expected h. col
-ee uinl that Harvard wm" carry oft* the honors of thc
sll KIM. TO DBBAI a LAWYER.
The General Tern <>f the 8npmua Court jren
?nlai uidereil lli-ury I. David, who WM adiuitteil lo the
Hr iu 1861, to thoa eaass why be thsaM set ssdeBsnad
[nm priietlsiiii: lu Hie Supri'iue Cnim as BB BtteraSJ and
euntelloi at law. Darb! wat recesHy srreatsd oa tbs
Illirie of forp ry and fals. pict, n, cs In leBt'SSSBttBg Idin
i-lf :i?.-uii1?:eiit of :i syiidlcateuf I'.llL'lishiiii-ll trhodeelred to
iveet money iu mortraasa, and thea, aa alleged, signing
ii,. Haine of Henry E. fiavtee, .. mn of the late Jodee
luvtes,of theCourtof Appeala te a receipt for naoney
tdd him hy h real etta ta ageat Barned Ditohett David
ns lucked up tn the Tm.dm.
BCAMDAL0U8 l?i:i'o.-ll P>xs8UPPBE88EIX
JndgB Wallace yi-slcnl.iy h.-aril iiiiriinietit on
iiiutluniii.idehy Coiniiilssliiiier J.M. Deilel, (he phdlltlfTs
iiuihel. to Hiippri'SM eertalu anpnannBBI Mien in I
nun iM-half of tho dcfen.Unt lu the scllon nf
aniline J. flSJSlSS SBUlBSt Jolui McC'l'.uUeli, of tills city.
be tatt was Began two at three years ano ta the United
tates circuit Charl to recover BttdUl 70 fors*0sged
leach Sf eUSllSill Mis- I.h j,ilse, iii her nrih-lmil cnin
latiit, chained tbnt while she wits a teacher of French In
us angaSSSj Cai., she met IBS ileleiidaut, \\ ho lu 1077 be
a-rsdbsr, BfeS Afterward met tho defeiul int In fl.irt
ad. Cobb arl bi angnst, 1879, aaa s^ys, ht Bads a
niitructtopnv lui .fH'i.HMi. rids ?grasssant ansagsr
?iinl ohangad to one hy which sho was to receive BBtf
mi lui- tUSSnUBS for dress each year. Thin BSBSSflBBBl
ie nlaiutltridli>'en was ciuTlcd out for ono year, but the
demi nit baa since refused to nuke further payment*.
il the course ur the HtlgatlBB Hie defend taft.BBSB SB"
Heil fur and received BB order to take testimony BJ cuni
ils.'.iuu In 1'iul., Kiance. One Bf thc ,!,?positions Uk. u
ue thai of Tin Tun Lung, a Chineae professor, sala to i?e
onnected with thc Chlnete Bnibessy at Pails, li itll.M''u
Bal a uiiiirlaci- ci-rcinunv Ma- perforated between the
i-i in i itt and the professor, arthoagh toe latter aw not
uii-i'l.r the cerciiiuiiy i.indiiur il also nude other
ll, ul., i - - to the ii-lnilun-! exutina bi-tween the pl.du?
rn mut Tin Tun Lang, whteh fdr. Deael deetared to be
, ,i,.l.i:..as. ile also objected ti the deposition ul lin
?un Lii'iir and bis Wiinesowlfe on the trouud that they
Ihl int .Hillel U..111I Ihe i|ih?ll?ii? put lo ili.ni. ami for
ta, r 1, ?- ins. Juline Wall u ? ,
nici for the -lippi,.simmr ti. id.
< 1YII, MM IS
An informal iou was iUid y.-aUida> iu tho
rid i ed state* District Court By Assistant United Statee
Distrlctr Attorney Clark for the confiscation of laoos, silks,
velvet aad other dress /rood* which wen* found on the
?teamer KepahUo. and vrltirb we elaouit-d ur Mrs. I
Thoretoa.adreaemakeref thia city.
In the suit of Fruin s ll. Fogg ii^rninj-t Clin?
ton B. Kiah, regardtDg Eagle and other mines, John R.
Dos l'asHOB In behalf of the phdutiff yeatorday, before
Jiistlee Barrett, t? the ga-ireme Court, Chamber*, aekeil
Hr 7?.!? ***" wnat h** hnew rcpintlng the mines, where?
upon William R. Peckham, Mr. Fisk's counsel, objected.
< -wliiic to the eouiplic-aUonu Involved. Jostlco ilarrett Ux>lr
thc Basans and rc*-rved Iii* aastaanT
THE PETROLEUM MARKET.
New-York. Oct. 20.
Hm petroleum marker to-d;iy tapani was dull
aad devoid of real iateivst. From $i in ^$t 10*4 ht the
cai t| isaaanji prices fell to *i ohi4. -rhe ,.??*, WM nuwte
on excited coverium by th* " ?boru " which rnrrlai tho
market to #1 101*, at toe close. The SSBH was neiey asst
flanihoyiMit, hut the nioveineuts nf the day hardly WBT
raiitcd the exiiltntlonof the ?? bulls'* over thc late butt
Tlie raipie of prices mid the total diiallua-s herc were aa
,.? W.Y. Pct Cos*. Ex.
V,1" nnf. ii" 110
lg?*. ff-'i !????
Ofi i ,.110*11 no'.
*-.ili's, hiin-els . . t.n.Hi.nuil -.'.Ill-..oort
Oh-ai-aDces, yesterday . 7.5-tmwsi 4,ho:..isS?
Tile clearm.es elsewhere were: oil City .I ??.-.-'issi
Bradford 4.3 1 t.oisi; Pitt-burt.- 2,6?S.00e hnrrels
Ktrcnirth conti.wto mark theajeeJlns-s in refined oil
hut prices an uiiehauKcd. Bpecloi brnuds are in dcinaud,
ut hiudcr Azures.
SIINIATrp.;- AI.MAW. .
Ma buss,Britni icu. Bell 1 Mata na. ta ttl BTesarSsan*, .i?. to
nu.11 warran to-dav.
A. lt. BendyHoat,H-Mioev. Isasaa. ?iJteRQaai lit
i'M ?'?sandy Hook.-I nov. Inland. 0tV:I It-i; Gets, li .Til
FOREIGN steam ins die at THIS POMT.
i>?'i. ? ire bi, 1,nt
Hiile-burg .Ilreini-o .N. il. Lloyd
'?' Usn .llaniiiiira;.Haiub.-Amer
'ii-.rm- W.I lt dr.Haili. Clylie
Aitvioi. a.Bra/.il. 1 S, A BtBSU
'?,'?/?'. ,. .lan riMiul. i-.iniH-d
BtonrMY, ocTonns -.'2.
Itrouttlyn Uty.llrt?t..I .EilatotCtty
TvaarjAi. "? ronni ts.
ntatoof p?uaeylvtala....otasovi *tata
vvyonmu .u.erji.wi. uaaai
Wttahinelou .Puled,;,,.j,-, v. sod Med. I'urtS
POUT<*? BTKW-TOsuX.. mATVWmEW, OCT. ss\ Iga*
steamer Britannic (Br), Perry. Uvrrpoo' ii. i ll vl.i Quoi-nt
town 12. wit). ,- ? ? -,, k j I'ertta
rt'ltrof M mu riiil lilli, Iz-wIh, Liverpool i let u Tie
gun ii-tijwii 10, willi linUi mut pa -cu.
Uteai Wllh"/er.xl, Bremen <k-t 111 tu .xmife
ll'lll lu ? 1 I. "I. I Ul ' -?' .-Ol''. |. --I'H er- I. '- I ..
stn .mu r Villi int. I liri. liuw. 1'in-rtii CObelki i h I 9, Curacae
ll u ' ia.. iyr? Vi, willunda! und pa* .itoe.
?-ti liner Muriel iRri. Locke, M Thoma* ?t- ila,-, i.ihuilaM
to A J Outerbrtdre a Ca ?
r A inlet -|m . r 'i. ,.?! "i.i :, Morant Bay ? >. > H,
Kiie.-.',, i li .uni Pori Antonio 12, with m.u -? io
Pim, Porwond ?? i ..
Hteeua-r cuter soe, luelt, oalrestoa Oettt, eBBassssnl
ITU to I H '
? l .\- A ii iii. ni., il.,.,1, N'.u.ic -. With
BTJMHBn -..a ?rn- 'liilck
? nt sii..i-. ai i.ii) Uland, lr?e. N M.. ciowly.
i' Bi . i ? nr,. Bevel?Baaaat:
? a i...
s;'.ll" I Ml SJ,00.
(-I^.lia.-r s.i,,(?-, ..,,, i ,, nu Hui,, Ju. ' A
lurv J ru.
rt. aa Bi?trl a Mor
Oater, M. ? i-rh an-- a ii Besasaa.
>n.c . Savannah?IK-uryTosgBj
anil, Charlivton-J W ijiihiunl
Sc , in i th ea!iltor. lluiiiii'. WI u (aa V. ni !" rlv-li- A fa.
Bli bu ?? ...
. nna, Norfolk?old Don ilouSeOe.
tr An. r-h a. Miller. 1 ii -.;,. r.
*-ie mn r' >? -ni u ., :
>!? ii i r lu . I I
Phipi tiuuirhal \'i na,: ll li'av,,i ,t Co,
Ship -. n.pl . ? ? ic Iii nun I Qa
. i ? .'? ntl nu a 'I i.lurer j: co,
BertAlru Krlley (Br), Keil?*y, Paramaribo, -cn..un- De
v iii Praaa ?< < a
Br), Tlio.upson, ir.iaih-.irir?Funch.
Kui ?? a ?
liiirk |*itnis (Xor), Zaeh iriassB, ll ittt?Peach, Kdyc A Oe.
Hark .Vutoniu s.-un, .Miuii.il, Havana-C H Wo ml
ntsesets 'itv of lltrhn. KiikIsu-I and (llbira, fm Liverpool;
? ?, Vah-tta, > .uilatf
-t..:. sv.it/crlaiul ai.4 I) su-inmuun. Antw-rp: Dimin.
Ili.iiii-i.: ( !i.il..ui Lettie, Hool.ann. illy et Pars. Aspiuw4ll;
huh Hid Monran* My, Nen au .cm-.. listiahooi Im rs bBSS|
i hain s,.a, LUiirloaton; in rulator, Wiiinlni;fo:i: Wiiioru
|,-?iiM. l . ina".iiu.i; Rosapke, Norfolk; lu.liiii.ii. I. Newport
Mee ti J-ii.n ii.u-iiii, lii-iiK, lunn.
tlTlAYi:. AND 1TTU-ST.. X. Y.
.'nit nil Iv hn-a??s|.
OVKUl.O.iKINi. t'XIOM ><1VAI'.K.
I ? s.r\ rn- a li carte.
tTII-AVK. AMI 1-TH ST.. X. Y.
Ou the Anierican aad Boropeau I'l um.
I". II. KERMfcM, I'rniir.el.ii
STHAVi:. ami insert.
(tip|n*!tf th*- Yaiiilerhllt ui.uiatoiis.1
CBsiee rivnn- en amii-, ternlsOfd or niifnrniaie-1. Anicrwea
amt Bataseaa pian*.
THF. NKW* AXD HKAl llr IT. IIK> I AV I'.ANT
ia opvu u> Uic pobiie.
BSeaBaaatj BUbsssmm sasl arlvata ataesr Barties opera aaa
tin -it I ? - lilllie ? I -ls l.a! fl
K n. wii.siiv, rrsprsHns
r|MiK HANOYEB, '
\". j kami umi#THcoR.vrB-A.Vm\
APABTMENTH ia s|-,Tr;
K\r.:i I.1.N l' Ct IBINR l.u ATMN (KN l'ltAI..
Illili W.iNtl. ,Mi til III TU -. ;: .i
(Oaaaatts CataeSral,) v v.
Conducted on European Pian, with
Restaurant of unsurpassed excel?
aVi-ddeiiUN, Rct'cpUoits Ilin
m-r? ami Lunch---* a lipccUslty,
UKI ll tit UKI A I I Kl.KK, , .. pim, .
Lona \i i.. .-wi auk.
llri.iuliMii nnd I ni li-lhiiil--!..
Xi w >nrS tity.
K'.Kuil A.\ I'l.W
N,v l...ii.e aad clciriintlv equipped i fl '.n per ilny niel up,
waul. UcitilniM- h. . iitiu!,-, 11. i special'jr..
ii Mi li. ti III- 111 11 K-.
(Oralea an5 fencer*.
J. S. CONOVER & CO.,
Ilr'SN.NH'N AMI I UTI I-lt V.U I Ol'
i? ra ti;* a\Nmj i i:\im: ?s,
ori:\ i iici:-pi, V( i;s
Ajn AI'I'l-HTKNANi I-, IX ALI. MiMAI.-".
DIRECT LMPOHTEBS OF TILES
oxi-Y BBonrnooMni .n>>. ;<.? arasn tsttMsr.
BBKAKKAST -"Hy a thin-ii'Kh kiios-lvd** , f Itu- natural
lawn ulm li Roveni UteopereUous ul U^i-niiou arni ruiliitloa.
ami Hr a iiiiefiil appllc iiiui nf the ttnr pro|KTtici? of vii-U-?e?
!??* ii .11 toe sa. Hr. i-iii?? liaa piovidrrl our oreiiiifani tanita wita,
Hilpllcately Hm m nf'.ci .a um, m hi, !i Uiay aave ua mani lirtavy
tloi-lora' tlUU. It ia by lin- *uiln imtn lui- ol audi tuaii.I.-m ot
lilli thal ui'iiti-tUiitl..ii uiiiy nc ci iiluully built np until atroeg
cmiuKii U) NBIBI every tcudt'iu'V todisoesu. Ilainlivilaol aub
Ho utaladics axe tliHttliiK uni.uni tia nady lo .nun k ?Uer.
ever tln-re la a v?i-itk pi.iut. We mav em-ape many s fstsl fh.tfs
by kexpiui; eui ullin weil Iniiunil willi purr, blood sad a
properly Boarlshad frame."?lull derrire tlitzi-tte.
Matte Mliiiply nilli uolliuif walei m milk, bold III Una univ
IVO. sud D.) by iii-iKi-i-, labelled thoa: JAMUI KITH St
Co., H.i.iiiPiipJiliii I'lienuala, Loiidou, Ew/laud.
1^0K SALK.?A Int of nhl hi.-issiiiiiliroiiaaiid
fender.-, c-.? nollie very lluu tut glee* ; HO dottier*. Apply
at 47 Weat lltb-at._
H.WK RECEIVKD from LONDON n mm ?.t'
Ti-ry choice Alaaks Hi-alsUu* for garun-nta to onWr.
I'ln-c BWBUlllceul nWmn ure Ibu \try boat tu BeSSaL *'? Bk
MHAYNK, luH l-ilutr-nt._ _?
ORGAN rX)R BALE.?A pane organ, suiu-ilo
t.u ii a.nall ciuiri-U I sarveS waluutcaae ; lu Hood jnltri
-.TV A.'.ln -n 1 11'iM \*> Clli.-rMt. Hil l-l-- ??
nPHE DOUBLE INDUCTION MOTOR.
1 AN KI.Kl.TKIU IHlNaKK
Tn mu .ill Kiwhic;|iiiicUiue? willi.ml linurleiii In. le "i''"''"?
iiud for oilier Ihhiutstliluery. BtXBVTnO-vTMBIIbTIBBSa
IU Kaal sothsBa- opposite lUliu-jr's.