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SHARP ENJOYS HIS RESPITE.
HE NEVER DID WANT TO GO TO SING SING.
?IS COUNSEL TALK KNOWINGLY OF THB LAWYER
WHO OBTAiriKD THE STAY?MR. ????1?? EX?
PECTED Jl dT THIS RESULT?BOTH 81?)??
AS ?. O.VKIDKNT AS EVER.
J?<?ih Sharp ? >?! serenely on his comfortable couch
In Lndlow Street ?sll yesterday morning, not having
had to begin his preparations for Slug Sing, thanks to
Chief Justice Ruger'* decision granting him a further
slay. All the morning parere were sent up to his
rooms early by tbe Jail officials, and Mrs. Sharp read
the details of the stay and the newspaper comments
thereon, o? which the bare announcement only had been
conveyed to them th pievtous night. When her stub?
born old husband woks up ell the papers were handel
to him and he lay In bed and read the good new*. Ue
remained ?n bed all day, receiving only the visits ot
Dr. Loomls and the member? of his family, Waiden
Keating was all at sea as to what he would have to do
ultimately wdh his ch>ige. At 10 o'clock Deputy
Sheriff r.urkebrouoht to the Jail the formal notice of the
|t*y, which hail been served on Sherid Grant at 8
e ? ?ock by one of Mr. Stlckney's clorks.
Sharp'? lawyers were nearly all out of town yester?
day except Mr. Ptickney aud W. Bourke Cockran. In
?11 the offices of the dl.stlngueshed array of counsel
except.the two named, who have tried to pilot Sharp's
bark, there wa* the greatest Ignorance concerning
John M. Perry, the " lawyer" who had secured the stay
lor Sharp. The clerks and partners of Judge II. A.
Nelson and William FvlHrton had never beard of Mr.
perry, and it was varie udy statesi that ho was from
Albany, Syracuse, Schonectady, or some other town In
the interior of the State, At Mr. Stlcknov's office
inquiries regarding Mr. Perry were met with smiles
and the stereotyped suicmcnt lhat Mr. Stlckney was
"not at homo" to reporter?.
LAWYKK COCKKAN GREATLY PLEA8KD.
Congressman Cockran's face wore a pleased, satis
fled air when seen by a ???????? reporter in a corridor
of the Potter Building. " Yes," eald he, " Mr. Perry
1* connectwl with the.case In a straight and regular
fashion. Whatever else I have to say about this case
I will, say In court."
Mr. Cockran remarked to a friend;"! am absolutely
?nre that the Court of Appeal* would reverse the de?
cision of the Oyer and Terminer, and there are not
eight lawyers in the city who believe otherwise than
1 do. I cannot perceive why there should be anj cub?
ilo Indignation. Sharp I* paying with his body and
hie liberty for the privilege of keeping out of State
Prison. He 1* not at liberty, and all these delay*
only increase the length of his aentenoe if li is ever
served. I believe he will die before he G?tera the
State Prison walls. We applied to Chief Justice Rugor
for ?stay in order to prevent criticism being made upon
other Judges. He is so far above suspicion that It
must be a malicious mind, Indeed, that can cast any
aspersions upon his action* whatever they may be?
Judge Daniel? in his opinion plainly and unequivo?
cally says that the admission of Miller's testimony
was an error, but that it did not work a detriment to
the defendant. We will make that one of our princi?
pal arguments. Then the admis?on of Sharp's testi?
mony before the Senate Committee was clearly uncon?
NO DISMAY AT MARTINe'S OFFICE.
The notice of the motion to be made before Chief
Judge Ruger, at Albany, on October 0, was served on
District-Attorney Martine yesterday by Mr. Stirhney.
It gives Information that at 3 p. m. on that day tho
counsel for Sharr will move before Chief Judge Kuger
for a stay ot proceedings, pending the appeal to the
Court of Appeals. Mr. Mortine and Mr. Nicoli said
little In response to questions about their opinions as
to tne propriety of tho action of Judge Kuger. Mr.
Martine eald : ? I had expected tbat such an applica?
tion would be made to Judge Ruger, so that 1 am
not surprised. We ?ball be ready to arguo the coso
on the Oth of October. 1 ean say nothing more."
Mr. Nicoli wa* not at all despondent. He still be?
lieved that the delay would only be temporary and
that the judgment would be affirmed by the highest
court. He had no word of criticism ter Chief Judge
Ruger. He said that the cose would be reached be?
fore the Court of Appeal* at an early day. Ho thought
It probable that the temporary ?tay would be vacated
on an argument before Judge Ruger, and be believed
that even if the et ay were made permanent a decision
would be rendered by the Court before a long time
Which would sustain the views of the prosecution.
Clerk John 6parks, of the Court of Over and Ter?
miner and the Court of General Sessions, who has La?l
the expertence of a generation In criminal law, said
that he had never kuown of a case exactly parallel to
this ?ni?'. A stay was often granti-d OVOB when an
appesi had bceu "decided against the defendant at the
Central Term. In all of those coses, however, a Su?
premo Court Justice had acted. An application for a
?tay might be made to any Supreme Court Justice,
and the application was usually granted. The Gen?
eral Term deOkdua In this coso hail, however, been so
comprehensive and complete that a Supreme Court
Justice might hesttate to act contrary to tho opinion
of his coll?gues.
Mr sparks did not think that Judge Fingers action
wa* fairly open to criticism. Ho sold that a ?BBPO
rarv stay was granted almost a? a matter of rlyht
when counsel represented forcibly that points In tho
case were doubtful and the Judgment might be re?
vi rsed on appeal. In such a cose o Judge might.say.
"No real injury can be done by allowing a few days
de'lay, and 1 am willing to hear you and ?ce whet 1,<t
there Is anv p>od reason lo doubt that the Judgment
will be affirmed." Mr. Sparks mentioned several BBOBI
In which such a Stag bad been graiiKd fly a Supreme
Court Justice. Il?? rlaied an Instance of a minderer
who had been seat ?Bead to death, before the law mad?
? nothe of ?ppcal a stay of proceedings In Itself.
None of Ihe S.ipreme Court jBstlees In this county
Would grant ? ?tav. hut one was procured from a
latin? In th eoUBtry. The Court of Appeals sub
?snuentlj !.\!-i-<d the Judgment, and a? some of the
Wttne**c? hed left the country a new trial could not
be had and a ph-a of manslaughter in the lowest do
gree was accepted.
Not all the olllclals took the same view of the pro
fateta of Junge Rager*? setta?. One ?aid: "This it
east may he fild without Injustice. It Is unfortunate
that the tir-; Instance In which such an application
ha* BOBS grant ??l sl.-iuld be In tho case of a man wlmse
guilt i? univiesali? admitted, who?e crime * SB eat*
on? a* that ot Sharp, and who 1? so wealthy, why
not grant It tlrst to BOBBI poor creature whose ciinm
was IBSllgBlfd by poverty aud Ignorance, or VBOeO
real guilt wa- qui'-tloiied 1
taltes all the arguments ..
renders a d?cision In Sharp's favor, the question ?in
ans.? whether he will not then be disqualified from
sitting on ?he hearlnf of the appeal. If he conslOer*
that mistake* have been made, as will appear it he
giants the -,,L-rreauent slay. Bhare will thus be de?
prived of the presence of a friendly Judge, if the
tonrt should be divided on the decision of Ihe appeal,
the absence of Judge Ruger nughi alfect dl-H-trou-dy
tSharp's chances tor o reversal of the Judgment.
F.XCTRSION RATES AND REGULAR TARIFFS.
The general passenger agent? ot tho trunk line*
met yesterday, and the business actually disposed ?if
wasUorgely of a routine character, such as the exam?
ination of account* of the Immigrant clearing BS*BM
and the management of excursion rate*. The n?-w
immigrant tariff covering all eastern points within the
reach of the trunk lines wos completed ?o as to be
put in the hands of the printers; it Is to take effect
an November 1.
The session wa* prolonged by a lively discussion of
the responsibility for the recent scalping business
growing out of the Pennsylvania Company, s cheap ex?
cursion rates to the Philadelphia Constitutional Cen?
tennial. There have been large redemptions ?if cheap
return coupon* at full fare by the a-so?lated roads,
and the road 1* ahead which ha* token up tbe sftOM
?f It? rival's tickets. The principle of the unauthor?
ised character of the Pennsylvania's single fai-e ratos
vtos embodied In the proceeding?, but there are some
Interesting point* of detail yet to be settled. The
experience of the summer i* likely to bring about a
large revision of the rule? of the associated road? re?
specting excursion rate*. In oider to prevent them
from demoralising regular tariffs.
VOTING TO JOIN IN THE OREGON LEASE.
At a meeting of the Northern Pacific Railroad Com
ssay director* yesterday It was decided by a vote of
? te 1 to Join with the Union Pacl'ic In a lease of the
??OB?n Railway and Navigation Company property.
John A. Urookman voted against the measure and
^"**? ? Wright, who was present, declined to vote,
?enjeana p. chenoy and Edwin II. Abbot were ab
*ont? toe action Is the direct result of the change of
management at tbe annual election on Kcptombor 15,
?hen Henry Vlllard resumed a controlling Influence
?a the Hoard, in his previous correspondence with
Hi' v?uf?i?* *^? represented the former management,
"i ?n, i*Wl *bout th? chief subject of contention ;
*am persuaded that the best solution Ilo* In a Joint
rntan L ,f ?G*?>? Railway ana Navigation by the
?Mii^S-?11" ?orthern Paci tie companies."
sJ-*E *hr,if,Vn ?* territory has not been agreed
SdftJ TA,^1 ????1? ">***. the vote of the Northern
detail! ??V0r* *?,*" *? considered final, because tho
BewiLwJ** ^"y,yr*nr'<* ""der th? jeneral plan ,
Oies^lintr,J?h? Un?0?? Pacific Company leased the
?nf ?SvldendHt??'?f T'th ? cuoranta ?' ? P*?"
Jtta I? ttebuL ??1 Northern Paclfio bad refused to
??> and iL^T ,b,eo*u,? the rote wa? considered too
^?^**%2 ?%?*&* t?"ltory were not settled.
*vl*e^B^hTeto?n on the b01^ M weU ""
TAtUL^?*0? Railway wtelliobxcr.
"t?a.?G*'01**?* KorthweaUra Railroad Company
?0 ????G-_! ?ee*00?8 la rates ?? eettoa pieos goods te
wm ??"?*??? t? take ?aw ?. Bogdmhet
2ft. and all good? way-billed from Chicago prior to Thur?
dny will be protected by a refund?as of any charge? ?r
oeedlng 30 cents on the ?*?1? covered by th? classifica?
tion aa fellows: Canvas, cotton warp, cotton yarn,
denims, crash, drills, d ticking, coreet J*ani. sheeting
bleach?* and brewu. ?icklug, eallooes. cottonades, can?
ton f?amele plain or dyed, domestic check?, stripe* and
Cheviot?, domestic nnghams. glazed cambrics, O.saa
burg? and window Holland*. This reduction In rates la
equivalent to tb* a lonii*? by the Minnesota and N?rth
WMtera *f the trunk line classi licatien.
Denver, Sapt 30.? Marti? A Oa, wholesale dealer? In
fish and dried fruit?, have sent to tbe chairman and
member? ef the Interstate Commerce Commission a
complaint alleging that the Southern, raeifl?, Union
Pacific and Central Pacific railroads have been guilty of
violation of tbo tonus and provisions of tb? Interstate
Commere? l?w. The first Is compelled to par from *2 30
to $_> ?5ahuedredo?sblpm*etsfroin Ban Francisco to
Denver, while fr*m Ban Francise? to Missouri River
?oints, a distance of 600 mil?? further, tb? roads charge
but $1 05 por hundred, thereby discriminating against
complainants as well as the city of Denver.
Cimcissati, Sept 30.-Oa Sunday th? queea and Cres?
cent route will put on a train which will reduce the
time between Cincinnati and New-Orleans ton honre. It
will 1?a?? bare at 7:55 a m. and reach New-Orleans tbe
next morning at 9:30. This is at the rate of thirty-two
Biles as hour, making no allowance for stops.
Pini.Ai>Ki.niiA, Sept. 30 t.>>eri,ii>.?a premloent official
?f th? Pennsylvania Railroad, In speaking of the small
netearnlng? ofthat company for August, said that al?
though the gross earnings wore In reality greater than at
say time la the company's existence, the expenditures for
Improvements had been unusually large. He said also
that the voi urne of business now being done by tho cor?
poration Is greater than at any time in previous years.
Third ?Street Railroad men stated to-day that the re?
organization of the New-Jersey Central Railroad Com?
pany Is advancing favorably, and It has begun to file Its
new f50.000.000 mortgago in the different cnunfles
through which Its Unes pass, Owing to the striko la the
I.ehlgn region tbe coal traltlc over the road has been nl
Th? Interest and coupon? of the following divisional
coal land mortgago bonds of tho Heading Coal and Iron
Company, due to-morrow, will be pureha?od by the Read?
ing Railroad receivers on October 10 at the rates of In?
terest named : Swatara tract, 6 per cent; Houtz and
Meyer and Kiuaar, ? ???- cent ; Salem Coal Company, I
per cent, and Summit. 3 per cent. It Is alao stated that
the Interest on the improvement mortgage will be paid
at the Heading efllce to-morrow, the nate of maturity.
The August statement of the earnings of the Phlliidei
phla and Eri? Railroad Company .?hows th? net earnings
to be $146,761, an Increase of ?9.306 over Auru?t of
Ihm! ; and for th? eight months ?ndiug August IU tb* act
?amines war? $1,089,9!)*, on in??rea?? of $123,1176 over
the corresponding period of last year.
The net earnings of the Northern Central Railway
Company for August were $'.'19.101. an Increase of
930,860 over the same month of last year. Tuo net
earnings for the eight months ending August 31 were
$1,663,311, aa advance of $4-13,14P over the corre?
sponding period of 1HH6.
DR. FRANK ?. OSKHf.
Dr. Frank B. Green, ago thirty-eight, Editor and
proprietor of "The Rockland County Journal," died
at NyacR yesterday. He had failed lapldly In health
for the lost six month -, and a Southern trip not proving
beneficial he made a sailing voyage to Antwerp, arid
returned to Nyack on last Saturday In a dying condi?
tion. He leaves a wife, but no children. He was a
graduate of the New-York College of Physicians and
Surgeoi.s, and was well known In Hrookiju medical
circles, where he practised until April. IhhO, when he
bought "The Journal.'' Ho was a stanch Republican,
a man of positive opinions, culture and literary attain?
ments. He was author of Green's history of Rockland
County and custodian of the Rockland County His?
torical Society. Tlie funeral will be held on Monday.
COLONEL? CHARLES J. OOOBTOOL
Colonel Charles J. CourtoU, a veteran of the lato
War, died at his house, No. 68 Linnet st., Newark, yes?
terday, age fifty. Colonel Courtois was bom In France,
of good family, and came to America whou young.
Previous to the War he lived In Peterson, where ho was
married. In 1661 he enlisted In the 33d Regiment,
New-Jersey Volunteers, and rose to a staff posti Ion
with the rank of lieutenant-Colonel. He participated
In many engagements, and at one time wa? on the staff
Of Cenerai John A Logan. He WBB with Khennan In
the march to the sea, and wa? mustered out si tlie
close o? the War. He then opentd the " Maison t?rl*e,"
a hotel In Newark that soon became noted for Its table,
and was a headquarters for distinguished Visitors.
Of lato years hi* fortune and health declined,
friends dropped away and at lengtn, with Mattered!
health and little means he was sent to the Soldiers*
Home, at Hampton, Vs., from ablet he returned a
few month* ago. Death wa? due to consumption.
The funeral will take place on Hundas?, and be In
charge of the (..rand Army of the Republic.
CORNEL?!G? V. a ROOSEVELT.
Cornelius V. 8. Roosevelt died at his house In South
Orange, N. J., at 0 a. m. yesterday, age sixty, lie h,vl
returned from a summer'? tour a few days ago, appar?
ently much Improved In health. Mr. Roo?c\clt was
a membci of tho Roosevelt family of (his city and a
relative of Archbishop Hay ley. He was never en?
gaged In business and his wealth was computed at a
million dollars. His properly In Maplewood, iicaj
Booth Orange, covers many linrnlml acres, and n
lends from llldgewood Road along the mouutair. rKge
for a mile. The man-Ion la In tbe Centre Of a hind
?sane paik. Mr, Bowievelt was exceedingly chant*Me
and was heloveU by the poor. He employed many
people, and made It a rule to pav higher Tate? for ?er
vlce- tl<*ii ?Ta? u?iially demanded, lie leaves no chil?
F.nwAHi) o. ?U'tVOfa
Galena, III., rsept. :??.-Mward l> Kitto?, bus of the
f.|i|f-t and most prominent BMdleBl practitioners In
Illinois, died yesterday from heart ?ttseUBU I?r. BtttOO
was seventy two years old, and a native of England.
He resided In Northumberland County, Perm., fur a
period of twenty years after coming to America. Ho
-ettled In Galena Ifl 1661. He entered Ihe army G?
August, 1801, as Surgeon of the 45th Illinois Infantry.
He was lUDSBUWeiij appointed on Penerai iihcfman's
staff, where ho remained indU the fall of Vlctuburg.
?Then bs wa? ordered to Qeueral Graat'a stair ami
made Medical Inspector of the BoSPttall In bla deper?
ment. When General (.rant left for the Beat to take
command ot Ihe Army of tho 1?.,Ionia??. Dr. Klttm- wa?
made Inspector -(?onorai o? Ihe ???-??a? sexvLce In the
Northwest and held that position until the Tprlng of
DR MAXIMILIAN ADOLTaU UNOENHE' ?.
Ri.KMN, HepU 30.?Dr. Maximilian Adolph? Langen
beck, physician lu chief of tbo Prussian Army and th*
author of several well known medical works, is dead.
He was iu his seventieth year.
Havana, fiept. 30.?Caasliiiar? Delenonte. a popular
Cuban wrIUr aud a prominent member of the Autouo
mist party, is d?ad.
LARCE GIFTS TO TUE PIIE8H?1ER1AS OMVMOM.
Cincinnati. Bept 30.-The CeeteBni.il Consmlttee of
the Presbyterian Church Is notified of a s?< oed contribu?
tion of flO,000. The first was from the East. This is
from fit. Louis. The doner* decline io give tbelr name* for
publication These gift? are a part of tbe f?,???,???
that church ?? r'ils?Bg tor ?ndowiag It? Hoard of iCellef
for aged minister?, widows aud orphan?. Tb? General
Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, having Keen or?
ganized In Philadelphia in 17-1-1, will celebrate It? cen?
tenary at it? niMilag In that city lu ?at ne it, when H is
expected tblseudoarmaai fund Will be raised.
"DUCKETSHOP" IfEV SUED.
LoUIsvn.LB, Sept. 80 (?/xri?<).?John J. Oi?t, of Ohio,
In the Posterai OSUrt to-day sued Hodgeu A Miller, of
this city, for 691,766 25 lost In their "bucket shop" In
Covingtoa. He claims that lb? contracts between him?
self and th? defeadaats were wagers on the rie? and fall
of tbe price of wheat, aud thai there was never any in?
tonilo? t? deliver the wheat. Ihn only similar suit here
ras tried last fall and resulted In theplalntttTiecoviring
tb? a.iioiint asked for.
THE TRADE IS CMC AGO.
Chkaoo, Sept. 30 (.S'p<fial).-Iv*aui, Hutchinson *>d New
York through atilmi.-in, Bodtuon 4 Co. sold llU*r*lly of wh*at
her* to day, probably 1.500.0P0 bu*h*U lu all. bat the war kei
held well and closed at pretty naarly ss good prie?? as those
of y**t*rday. October wheat closed at 71 'a rents; December,
74 ? May ai TU'? reata. The*? wer* ?beut Sjeoat under the
top fer Hi* day. Th* ei pee tat ion? are that Ih* vlslbl* ?apply
on Mondar will decrease again about Min.nno bu?k*l?*xal*?t
? ? Increato a year ?go ef ?,???.??? bushel*. Th* openlag wo*
? boat at tbe cl??.nu prie?? of yesterday afternoo*'* ?essieu,
or at 71 ?* cent? for Octeber ; 74>*ceat?, December. *nd 7?S
reals. Msy. There wa? ? ?light eating *T *t the op?mug,
but Immediate recovery and a ?ligh *dv**r* w?* ?euied
?nd hehl ?leadlly natii noon, when realUlog sai?? of
long wheat broke th? atsrk?t to 71?? cent* tor
Oneber, 78?? c?*U. D*c*mb*r, ??? 78V<r78 cents
tor May. The?? low??! flgnr??. however, wer* not of loag
? nratlon. but th* closing w*a at s slight d*cliu* Vor th* dty.
Th*r*oeipu were ulnely one car?, ?lily-four ef which w*te
??ring ?nil of the,?? ?leven cai? grsd*d No. 2. In corn ther*
WM ? premia.? of Beptensber over October of ?jeMf mo?t of
the day. It disappeared ?t th* clo??. The cresrd wa? bullish
? nd th*r* was * bude *t of oiiteld* buying order* ready to be
executed si tb* epe?log for sn h*nr *r mot? (?etobsr snd
November kept clos* te 4.1 cents, with May changing to 45-??
VMS'? cents. Tli?? Hiitolilnsen ?ii'?n selling heavily aod Ihe
m?rk?t gsve -.?y. From 43?4 I1? r*nts October deciInett to
Atssj November fellewin* ?uit ?iid May golug fnuu40 cent*
t?? 4SS, ce*t?. Lsk* e*gss?nietit? for th* d?y eere f*r l'?7,?
000 t>u?bels of corn and 104,000 bnsbel? of osts. Tin o**n
saark*t w*s particularly weak toward lh* end, September
having decile*! from 43?? to iUH cent?. Th* leniency of
provliloa* wasdewawar?. bat the luul'natlo* was ganti*.
Ilib? loot 6 cents, pera 10 cent?, ami Isrd 74U10 rents
??Ufy receipt??! live hog? end the discovery that the ?hurl
lBi*r**l srss pretty well eliminated producei tbewo?kn?s?.
Homebody* < slid.
Homebody'? eldld 1? drlug-dying with th? flash of hone en
hi? y*ung f?e*. ??'! ?omebody'? mother thinking of tho time
when that dear f?c* will be hidden where no rav of hope can
bright*? It? beceus* there wa? no cur? foi eoniuinutioii.
Header. If th* chili, be your neighbor's, take this comforting
word to tbe mother's >i**rt before It 1* too lai?. Tail li*r tkst
con?nniptl*n Is enrabi? ? that men are living to-day whom the
Dhystcun? pronounced Incurable. becante*n* lung had b?en
almost d**troy*d by th* dite??*, lir. Pl*rce'? " Golden Med?
ical DUoevery " ha? cured bnudred?; *urpa*se* ood-liver oil,
hyponboenhlt?? aad other medlclue* In curiax this i1l?e*?e.
Mid by draggisto.
srs made pallia sad n?attractive by functional irregnlsrltl?*,
????G?a??'! "F?voriU Pre*clptlon " will lnfalbhly
Mrs, Tboaeend? of testlSMaUla, By ?raggiata.
"Lltti? LIv*r Pills
October ?bert rib? rallie I lo cent? 1? the atternoua and clos?M
at ?7 ??.
DEATH OF A CHILO FROM H V DUO ?HOE JA
??GG?? BT A DO? BOOB WI1KKS AGO?WHAT IlK.R
DOCTOR? THINK aiioi;t IT.
May Maonainara, ape ten, daughter ot Thomas Mac?
mimara, of Piermout, N. V., died yesterday from hydro?
phobia She wa? bitten four weeks ago to-day by a dog
in Jersey City, receiving an ugly wound la her cheek.
She returned home on Monday and tho? for the tlrst time
experienced difficulty In swallowing water, ?offering
slight spasms ef the nnueles of the throat Dis. Master,
of Sparitili, and Rlauvelt, of Nyack, prououu<*e<i the caso
one of undoubted hydrophobia. " Indeed," said Dr. Rlau?
velt last night. " I don't see how we can call It any
tillage!.?. The wounds were almost healed and every
symptom ot the disease Indicated that the child was
suffering from hydrophobia. Her spasms were coagtaut,
tbouirh not violent, and ?he was extremely sensitive to
the ?lightest touch.
"I attribute the comparative mildness nfth*?pa*m?
to tbe fact that the child was kept under the iutluaaoe of
raorphl?*, chloral and bromide. Her ability to stand the
large doses without being overeen? wa? surprising, as
was also the circumstance that In her constant delirium
?he would recognize her friendo At ne ti?? was there a
marked aversion to water, which, perhaps. ?oto? would
desman ludlcallon that death was due *o other cause*
than rallies. I consider tbe other symptom?, however,
unmistakable. Tue ?teadv rise of temperature of the
patlont wa* also significant On Tuesday It was 104]
1'biirsday, 10?; yesterday, 10?. Of course the age and
constit ut I? m ni a patleat would cause a difference i? the
effects of this disease, a* in others. I can only ?ay,
finally, that I am tlrmlv convinced that the diagnosi.? of
Dr. Masten and myself is correct"
?'??G DECORATIONS IN A CUVRCIi.
nn. bkiih;ma\ s OOBOBBOATIoa TO BB trkatkd
?? ? G?.???.? stKIMUM. IO-M? UtliOW.
In the reopenlngof the Madison Avenu? RaplisK hurch
to marro??, a Work will h? disclosed which will add
greatlv to the attractiveness of the house. The aa Hence
room wa* richly decorated about ten yenrs aso. when It
wa? made ready for the congregation WhMfe then were
restored to the possession of the property. Since that
time their projre?.? has been constant,
aud though th? membership of the church numbers
little more than '?00, their contributions for current er
?eases, and in church collections, from the tlrst of Octo?
ber last year, are more than $110,000. In July a work wa*
BogBBBy MlB, MUBeaJl as a memorial of her husband,
which has Just been completed. Th? church 1? Iu the Ro
maaesi|iie styleof architecture,with a larg?seinl-clrcular
space back of the pulpit that gives a tine opportunity for
the ?kill of the artUt Wh?n It win first decorated the
wall wa? in glittering ligures and wearisome to th? eyes
of the congregai Ion, while above It were ?lull?
p.ilntcd wlnilow? which were hardly suggestive
even of light. All this ha? beea ?lured
Tho wall ha? been panelled In walnut and makes a
pleasant background for the eye? of the congrogation In
rest on. On th? broad hahd which i* at the top of the
high walascoiinc, tbcre 1* the -bluing Inscription :
" T'ato y ?u It 1? given to kaow the mysteries of tb? King?
dom of Heaven " Above tbl? I* the more eHbornte
werk lu which the ehtef heainy of the memorial I* to he
?'?en ihe high rentrai panel 1* tilled by the bronze
ligure of aa angel, emblematic of tbe Ansel of the Got?
?iel, aad with It* uplifted 'rumprf ??ein? to be ?minding
<>i t U le all worlds it? me**?g? of graco Tbe figure Is
nine feet high. Is ?trengly expressiv? of move?
ment ?ml grace, and is th? best werk of I?g?lbert, the
Prench sculpter, Ou .'ther ?Ide of this panel ars win
dow? from the Royal VSork? In Muslch, sad which ?et
out In very rich colorlag ih* themes they Illustrate, The
tw?na th? aorth ?Ide represent '.he R?surr?ciion of
Christ The chief figure Is is white robes, bearing
th? ?milite of victory, with proitrat? ?ol<ll?rs at the door
of th* sepulchre. Those ?n the opisisite ?Ide are repre
?entative of Christ a? the llaaler, with his hand reaebed
forth nato those whe linplnre his mlraouleus p?wer. On
th? en? ?id? h? is pictural In th? aspect ef loftv triumph :
on tb? other. In tbat of pity ?ed liei p. Th? ?lose ef the
chancel I? finished In mosaic, aad supported by columus
which ?dd to the effect by the richness of their celor.
The reo pea m g I? to b? the orca?len ot special muslo
at both morning sud evening service?. Dr. Brldgiuan
will preach. _^
ACTIVITY OF BMOOELTB CANDIDATES.
GOOD BU TOT FORWARD UV THF. RF.rrBI.ICANS ?
AxnrtKW i>. pairo ?.r(-oic?m:n ???ft mayor.
lateroit 1? polities iu Rraoklyn 1? dally Increasing und
th? usuili ?limb? r of candidate? ar? at work Mekiug
nominations. Among those whom the ?nice will ?eck I?
likely to be ex-Alderuiai) Andrew D. Ralrd, who 1*
strongly urg?vl for the nomination for Mayor by the Re?
publican City Convention ?? Thars lay. Ills chief eoin
pstltor for the place Is (.?orge H. Forrester, but the
latter'? lack of publie experience 1? urged against him.
The Democratic nomination will not be made until at
least a week later. ?tate Controller chap?n Is the les.I
Ing candidate for nomination at present, but Mayor
Whltuey. Hupervlsor-aUarge Quintar? and e ?-City Con?
troller Rrlukerboff are not without hopes. Durld A.
Rood y wa* added to th* list of aspirant? yesterday by
hi? friends in the Young Men's Democratic (Tib. Next
to tn? Mayoralty the orti ?* uf Sheriff ?? the most Impor?
tant to h* tilled. The leading Republican candidate? sre
C. D. Rhluehart, A. C. Tu'? ????1 ?, Il fie.lgwic??. In th?
Demarran? camp the olile? IS ?agerly ?ought by W. ?.
?Tasagi lohe Courtney .ml T. A. Kerrlg??.
Ou? of tb? in-lit ????;??? tant ?oui in allo ?* to b? ma-I? ??
that ef Beaatet la the Hid District Til? Republican
majority m the district lu?ur?? the ?Iccllon of tu? canil
date of tao pert! ftfBtfff ?>rlsw*ld would ilk? tu re?
tura to Aloauy and ha? a good ?BSBOS of so do'ng. Ill?
chief rival? ar? ?x-siiperviwir Kruat Nathan aid till?
sesi'iii mart W. II. Waring aud Aitici Hodge?. Their
chance? are estimated in tue or-ier In which they are
here sauted. I'm BBpeiTisoi at Large only a few name?
ar? present.??!. T. R. OUI!?, .loin Ryder ami Inuma?
W -od ar* Repul?.leans mentioned, while MuperTisnr.it
I.?ig? tjuiatnrd Sf supervisor J. D. Iteli will probatily he
the DemocniMc nominee l'lus Republican* propeie to
niak? a ?i>eciel effert to ?ceure men of the bichini charac?
ter a? candidate? tor Aldermen at-I.ar,'e, ?even of wbom
?re to b? clerte-I ami Oho will rue on the Mirera'?,
tieftet >il the piesi'iit Aiilei iiieu-.it lati.** are Dem??
crata There I* a good Shaaee fur tlin Republican? to
??led ?*veral A*?e>?biytuen this year in King* county
H Ibe besl nominatiou? are iiiadu.
rOMMION iOLDItMA i<> VISU OBIOAOO.
Slity soldiers si tb? anule* of Norway, Nwmleti and
Iltiijtnark arrived yesterday afternoon at lue pl?r of the
Thlngvall ? Lift? at Hub..a- n. by the ?teamshlp Itekla.
The pur BBS guyly decoiat?d aud larga uumbers of for?
eign resident? were gathered to greet tb? ?uldier?. The
detachment co.i?lst? Of twenty officer? aud forty non?
commissioned officers, who ar? on their Way to QleagO,
In response to an Invitation lai take part In tb*
cel?brallo? of th? litllelti anniversary of the
Ml'lement of that city. Tbe i- auillnavlan? and
Danish efllcers of tbl? puny represent seine of ttie finest
??nicer? iu th? ?erti- ? and ar? a ?ti ikiug ?el of handset??
and well-ferineit soldier*, on? of tb* officer*, Mantea?
ses Weiter, of the Hur??<li?h army, I? well known through?
out I .mope, ami, although comparatively young, ha? ?re?
MiTeral year? of servie? on th? Congo ami wa? for *om?
time commandant of a elation umier the explorer -tan?
ley. He ?lso enjoj? th* dlstluctton of Ltelavr amoag the
extremely few p?r*ons who have passed IhlBBgl th?
Muli Stanley 1'all?. Shortly aftur the arrival of the
HeUa the commissioned ?Ulcer? enjoyed a hain|uet ten?
dered liy the steamsiilp company. Among tho?? present
were Colonel MUtesiok, Count Lcweuhauyet, I.le,neu
ant of Royal Mussarsi ? ount v?n Ro>eu, l.leuteuaat ot
Dragoons, sail Lieutenant Wester, of the Swedish army;
?'o'oiinl von Mais??, Cuptala Innesen. Meutenaol* Kitlk
enbeig aad I'stersen, of the D??l?h army; I.leuteaaut?
Colonel Nygoi?l, udjutant to the Klag or Norway; Maior
Kiiuitnen and Captain Hrlow, of the Norwegian army,
and Vice-consul? Hchmldt, of Denmark, a?d Cbrlstlas
Ram, of (Sweden and Norway. The company left thts
city at ? o'clock for Chicago in special ?Vaguer car? and
will stop over at Niagara Kail?.
steamboathcrseu on THE Missrssirrr.
MiMi'iim, Tena.. Hept 30.-The ?teamer T. H. finis,
plvln;.' between Memphis und Ht. lami? wa* burned this
morning at at 3:45 o?cl?ck at Island Korty, sixteen mil??
abe t e this city. Wie was ou the way from 8t. I/ml? and
had a good cargo of freight Including about ITS bale? of
cm ten and ?lx thousaad barrel? of flour and meal. ?? far
a? known only one life was lost, that of Mr. Runch, of
Illinois, who was a passenger. The boat wis at once
beaded for the Arkansas (bora and made fast until the
passengers and crew escaped, hhn afterward drifted
down the river seme two miles aad lodged agalast th?
Ulaud. Tbe charred body or on? man was found la th?
wreck and hn l?suppo??d to lie Hunch. A io-rie reuit
aiio.it and a white deck passenger are also reported
missing. The Mme was lasured r-u -Hi.uno
la St. I/ou!? ?ad Wheeling companies
? xeeptlsg the cotton, which was covered by open Belt?
cies of i-ouatgune? In local companies her*. Hh? wa?
formerly th? D. R. Powell, and wa- purchased by Cap?
tain T. R. Ulms, aeveral month? age from th? Anchor
Uae ?Company for 920,000.
CnOLERA CLAIMS TiltlEE MORE VICTIMS.
Health Officer Hinith repon* that Francesco Co?
vaia, age *lxty-f?ur; Mcpongca Zoccola, sixty
two, aud Rosarla Remondo, twenty-oa?, were re?
moved from lioffiaaa Island to the (?uaraatla? Hospital
yesterday, stricsen with cholera. Olrardl "alvnUre,
age forty-four, sufferisg from an Injury caused by a liox
falling sn his chest and stomach, was siso sent to the
hospital. All the other patients la the hospital are Im?
proving. Guglielmo Helvlg, Dominico Morello, Ferdi?
nando Carbonari. Rosa Allineili, Ml?-b?la Taphula and
Maria Deinuchmlo were dUeharged fr??* th? hospital,
an-l ??ni back t? II?ffinaa Island. labour? wer? digging
Erares ye?terday lu the Ijuaraatlne Cemetery a* Trinco??
ay, a I., to be ueed for the ?holers vieil???.
A FARMER KILLED HY LIOBTNINO.
Pktf.rsiiuro, Va, Sept 30 (Sjieciu/).?In ? thunder
?term in Amelia Couaty yssUrday Walter Allen was
Killed by llgbtalug walle standing la his bars.
COXTTCTED OF ?fURDERINO BIS TOUXO WIFE.
The trial of Joseph Behlsssmer for the murder ot his
fifteen year-old wlfo was tlauksd yesterday In Jersey
City. The Jury retired at half past 2 ?'clock snd four
?our? later returned with s verdict of murder la the first
degree. Hehlern mer received the verdict with a ?mile.
Afterward In Jail he broke dow? Rad cried. He will
probably b? sentenced oa Monday. He la tweaty-two
years old and has no relatives la thts coustry.
FILINO A LIBEL AGAINST A STEAMER.
The Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company died a
libel yesterday In th? United Bute? District Court against
the steamer Buffai? Ib a salt for damages to th? aasonat
ot ilO.OOOi The steamer, It is ^?f?4J?e?2??4 ????
Statea Island, last May, la ?neh ft psftTflna that, when
th? anchor was lir?ert. a cable of th? telegraph company
wa? dragged auiil it broke.
TO PROVE A CHILD'8 LEGITIMACY.
THE COXTKfsTANT SAID TO BK or k'KEIlLK MISD AXD
COSTllOM.ED BV IIKrt PTKP-MOTIIKB.
A contest has boen begun in Surrogate Rolllus's court
over the will of Hcrvoy Sheldon, a lawyer, who died on
June 20. He left a small estate to be divided between
Hervey Hhehlan, Ir, of Chicago, hie son by his first wtf?
nnd Miss Frances M. Sheldon, his daughter by a second
wife, who was to receive the larger ehare. This
d lighter lives with his third wife, Harriet M.Sheldon,
keeper of a boerdlnghous" nt No. IM Madison-ave., sad
contest? the will, It Is alleged, at the Instigation of her
stop-mother. The latter ,:ave birth to a child on August
SS, 1R7?, while living with the testator, and the latter
claimed that Henry Chesnee, a married man who lives In
New Orleaus, was the father of the child. The testator
left her when he discovered this, but the. daughter, then
twenty-two years old, continued to live with her.
De Wilt C. Hi own. the law partner of the testator and
executor and trustee under the will, n-iys that the
dniighteris nf feeble mind and BBS been in Wed by her
step-mo?her to contest the will, ulthnugb by contesting
her share lu tho estate will be reduced in order to givo
an opportunity to establish tae legitimacy of the OOlM
and remove the stigmi from Ite mother's name. The
ease will not M tried until ? cor-misslon sent to New
Orleans to take the testimony of Chesnee shall be re
WELL KNOWN MANAGERS IS COURT.
T. IIKNI?.Y KRUNCII st'KS I.FSTKR WAI.I.WK AXT>
Til RODO RK M066.
Judge Hyatt, 'n the City Court. PfSOUl Term, yester?
day reserved his decision after hearing testimony In a
suit iu which T. Henry French demanded from lister
! Wallack and Theodoie Moss 61*901 16 on a note made
? by the former on April 66 and In lotBOi by the latter.
! The note, payable In three months from date, wan pro
I teated for non payment. It was given ta a transaction
for the purchase by the defeiidiint* of tho right to p-r
form I play called " sister Mary." Arter the defendants
! had bouL'ht it, under M agreement to pay a royalty of
j 6 percent of the llrst 64,000 SB 1 16 per ?-nt of amounts
Shove tliat sum recelv? d at the doors on the presentation
of tlie play, a in-w arrangement ?nis made accordimi to
the defendants, both of whom were on the witness stand.
They h:ii<l lliat nut Unding th* nl.iv to be a? represented
they returned 'he manuscript and took instead the play
called" Harbor Light?." Tln-ir coun?il maintained that
the note was Invalidated by the failure of tlio llrst agree?
ment Mr. French deposed 'hat the note was given as a
deposit to Mad the b??ala ur?t mad?, which the defend
snts had failed to stand by. and that the money which It
repreeeated was forfeited to htm aoeordloi to the custom
In the transaction of theatrical business. Francis S?nger
testified for Mr. Preach that It was customary to pay
ad vano? royalty as a deposit In soeh transactions aad
that it wa* uot refunded if a play wa* not accepted.
DlISTITFTF. CONIMTIO.V OF A BOOKMAKER
Charle* (i. Im*. Is. the bookmaker, whs examined in th?
Pupreme Court yesterday. In supplementary ?ifonasilllgl
'n a suit in which Judgment for 135,064 01 was obtained
?gainst 11 i m by the rity on January 'J7. ? lie suit was
bused upon the embezzlement of 666,000 by William H.
Carroll, a clerk in the stock and bond bilicati Bf the
Fil?ame Hepartment, the money having la-en traced to
I>*vi?'s place of business in Barclay st.
The riuuiluatloii wa* conducted by Assistant Corpora
lion Counsel (?eorge F. (larr. Davis ?wore that he, had
o money lu bank, no ? cal estate, owned no race horses,
li.nl no interest in HQ.v racing stable or association, po*>
?i *?ed no diamond?, had no connection wir h any busi?
ness firm, wo? not now a bookmaker or a member of the
Umilio,?lei? Association, and supported his wife aud
himself by " speculatimi."
61 Kl) BY A BAJLOsi WHO Fill.I. FK'tM A YARD.
A ?nit to recover $10,(><?> as damages tor injuries has
been begun by QastBf Anderson, a sailor, against tho
c-iptalu aud owner of tue ship Minister, of Ht. John,
N. li. He allege? that he shtpiH'd at Antwerp lu March,
and a month later wa? sent aloft to oil the ml/./.en top?
sail yard. He obeyed under protest, and owing to the
extreme cold his hands were numbed aud he fell forty?
Uve feet to the deck. Bis righi ?inn Was broken M two
places, two rib* were crush??! and his spine was
|tr lined. He claims that he was neglected and had Im?
proper treatment aud Is a cripple for life.
THE COl'RT OF AITKAf.?.
AI sait, Sept. :io? After a l*ng vacation the several Judge?
Of the l'oiirt of Aupeai? met In Ihrir a|>artuients In th*> Capi?
tol to day for coiitnltallon. The Court ?f ??????? will re
convene on Monday when th* rail of the old calendar will
h* m ni'l Tlie calendar for Monday will ?? ,\\n 440, SS0,
442.443, 414. U.V 417 ?n.144??. Tuesdays, Or tobar 4 ami 18,
will be motion day?.
(TflO WILL GET TUL? FIFTH IXBPECTOBt
Wim I run BOUCS BOABB WBAJTOUCi Til ? ?i ai cu:
1IMK-I IM1T I KPIBBS.
Tlie Hoard of l'olle* Commissioner* were in session all
the afternoon yetterday einleavoiiug to arrive at some
solution of tbe knotty problem of the appointment of the
additional election inspectors. Corporation Counsel
O llrlen was press?t and told tbe Hoard that tho Injunc?
tion gnat?*! by Judge Van Ilrjut, restraining tbo Hoard
from taking action I? tto oatter, hod been modified so
thai the Commissioner* might Hie lists of inspectors for
apjiointuienl. Mr. O'lirl?? hod no document? with hiiu
to substantiate his statement and President French re
i fused loiieiievo hltu. He prele?t?d against dolL'g auy
! thing contrary to the Conn's order. <'ommi??loa?r
i i'orler was willing to accept Mr. n'linen's statement
\ aud moved the appolulmeut of a partial list
nf Serial.?tie ln?tieetors, as representatives of the l'ro
grestive la?bor party. Mr. Perter'i motion was lost oy a
tie voie, ? ouimissiiiiicr Voorim voting with him in its
Mi. Viwrbls then moved that the Irving Hall list be
1 ap|Hiiateit Mr. I'ortervotel with him lu vain on this
j motion. Mr. iCKrlen told the Heard that he had bee?
' directed by the Court to got from the Hoard explicit in
(minatimi os to lb? point they could ??>'.
agroe upon In the matter. President French
t replied that Commissioner lies' lave had
? appoint?! th? I'mitexi I after party laspoewns bb4 ell eoa?
j teottonov?! the matter w*s iis*lc?t. A statement of the
I potillon of (lie Hi publican members will lie ?ubmitted ?
I Ihe Court, the tini? limit set by tlie statute for the *\<
\ poiulaiaui of the extra slJ lasiieeior* expired at mil
? u.ih; last night as 1 It is pronalils that these .Hi J olllcci
will reiualii vacaat, unless tbe courts decide that Com?
? luissinner ?? < lave acted witbln his aiitHority wheu lie
appolBted the Oooraa ssen.
The argument befor? Ji?tlce Patterson in the Supreme
Ceart ChSSSber? OB the applications made on behalf of
the rjalted Labor and th* I'ro.'rssjive Labor partie?, for
wrlUof man Ianni? to ..impel Hi* s*l*cllou of elccllmi
lns|iect?ir? froui their respective organization*, was con?
tinued ysetorUay. ?B ?ehttlf of the IrUng Hall organi
/Zal'uu, which was made u party to tha proceeding. 1*. II.
Hathaway maintained that It was the ouly one ef Hie
three that had a real existence at the tune of the election
In 1666 It had polled upward of lll.ooo vot?? for
Hoben ?. N'ooney, for President of the Hoard of Alder?
men, aud be bad uot been Indorsed by the
Henry Ooorg* party. It was tbe only
party that had regular machinery like the
llsmoeratlc and Kepubliean parties. The hiring of a
hall, ?le. Mon of a chairman an! a secretar? and nassags
of a few resolution? did not constitute a political party,
such as was couUmplaled In tho special act uinler
which tbe appointment of extta inspectors was now
lliiiilileus H. Wasemaii, on behalf of the l'ingressive
Labor party, repeated tils argument* of th*day totora,
maintaining that this party was clearly cntitlsd to the
iMpactora. Kdward M. Hhepard. repreaesUag the
Ciilted Labor party, Insisted that the Progressive party
was only o wing of tbe t'nlted Labor party, which had
withdrawn from tb? latter aad that Irving Hall was only
a lactina of the Democratic party. Corporation foun?*l
o'ltnsu said that all tbat the l'olle* Commissioners
wanted was that their dutie? should ne detlaed by tho
court. Justice Patterson ?sked Mr. o'Hrlea t? Inform
him fully and precisely as to what tue point was. en
which the Hoard wanted the direction ot the courtaud
k? ?roiiiliwl to M M A? adjournment was taken until
Monday, when the counsel are to submit their papers.
Meanwhile the teoi|>orary Injunction, restraining th?
Hoard lrom acting, was so meditUd as to permit It to
proceed with It? ordinary duties I* regard to th* appoint?
ment of inspectors, othsr th*? the extra inspectors now
T?0?0? FJUBCIB THALS' A HOUSED.
THIS flMB THK Jl VKNII.K ????.G.? IS TO FURI. THE
POWKK OK HIS WRATH.
(?eorge Frane'? Train li expected to ?peak again to?
morrow night In Webster Hall. Wall Street will probably
be completely demoralized at the announcement, for he
?ay* that nil apeech will cauto a rua ou every bank in
this cliy. Citizen Train has espousod another cause now,
and tbe New-York Juveuile Asylum according to him is
to be broken up. Tho case which has enlisted bis sym?
pathy I? that of Coruer-.stone Ueckner who, ?ltheugh
possessing suob an extremely hard nam?. Is oily a thir?
teen year old girl and the daughter of Mrs. Forrest L
H*ckner. ?he was arrested oa Juae U by Agent (Hock?
ing, of th? Society for th? Prevention of Cruelty te Chil?
dren. Sh? was charged witb bagglag aud was s?nt to th?
asylum. Yesterday Citizen Train sent Mr?. Ileckner the
following . stori
?'Flea*? ?. Vy reporters about the kidnapping. I will
glv? the ?oelety forty-eight hour* to let (orrle go. other?
wise I will smash the whale lustltutten Sunday night.
Cltliea Train stigmatizes the arr??t and deteatlou of
"Corrie" as anoufrage.aad at the leoture to-niorrow|elght
Agent Stocking will be take? in hand and arraleged for
malfeasance of olile?. The girl's father has brought a
suit for ltl>ml ngalast an afteruoo? paper because, he says.
" It published a grossly false article ?? the matter, alleg?
ing corrie to be ? b*gg?r and a bad character." The suit
Is f*r 630,000, th? sxtest to which Corner .sten? ? char?
acter 1? alleged to be damaged Citizen Train and Mrs.
H*ck*er will go to tb? Asylum to-day to make on? mor?
appeal for th? releas? of the girl, aud it tbe appeal n not
granted, thea (leorg? Frauds'? vougeanc? will fall upon
tLOSlXO MICES OP CALIFORNIA STOCKS.
Bam Fbamcisco, Wept 30. H?7.
Y*?t*rd*v. Te-d?v. Yesterday. PMe?
Aita. X34 a.?
BMtUBslohsr 6.00 S.SO
B?4l*ee?. 1.S7?, \.??*
Challar........ MsJ 5?7?e
CUCHA V*.. It? ?<> 17.74
Crew* P*lat... d?J?? 6 7?
aeaua?arry. ?.(W 4.50
ai*iic*a.M S.7a 4.37<?
Mone. l '-'?
ML DlablOL.. 4.00
Navaj*. ?.!*?? WE*
Uphlr. 7.00 7.87?*
Savae*.-..- Y.'iS 7.74
SlerS.fevwta. S.75 4.29
Ualon C??..... fOO 8.W
Utah .~ ??2"? 1.1?
Tsll.w Jsek.t 4.37 sj SOU
Wot ?nlv hav? w? th? hjet/sob^
?fa "???4 WUrfaV
MICHAEL DAVITT J% THE CITY.
HIS MIS-TOM ONU OF PRIVATK BCSINKS9 ONLT.
Michael Davltt ?lipped quietly down the gang plank of
tbe White star steamer Britannic in tbe midst of a think
fog at 8 o'clock yesterday morning. Xoboly recognized
him except two newspaper men, and there he stooa as
seemingly forlorn and friendless looking a* the most de?
serted Irish Immigrant This was exactly what he
wauted. He is here on private business, something con?
nected with property belonging to his wife on the
Pacific T????, and he will set out for there this morning.
He stood for about half an hour waiting for his baggage
to be examined, bnt it consisted onlr of a vsllse. He"
had on a light drab autumn overcoat and looked laded
and tired, although he says he fool* In excellent health.
He sighed?although ? member of the newspaper
fraternity htmsolf?when ne fourni that the tlrst persone
to greet him ? .t? reporter?, and looking daggers at
then. He said he would positively refuse to give any In?
formation as to the oh|ect of his vt?.:, or express any
opinion In regard to ?the condition and prospects of the
The following dialogue took B?BBI between blm and
The TatBUBB reporter:
? Do you intend to be present In Cooper Union Wednes?
day evening at the reception to Arthur O'Connor and Bir
Thomas Henry Grattait Kstuonde I "
* When do they arrive 1 "
? I shall not be present."
14 Will Mr. chamberlain's proposed visit tr tho North of
Ireland he the probable .ause of rioting aud bloodshed I"
? I can't say."
? Was it you who Induced Mr. Towdcrly to make hi?
contemplated visit to Irelai . t "
? I* he coming to In-lniid ? "
? Have you changed your opinions about Dr. Mc<!lynn
since the big mass tneetln?.' in the Madison H<|uaro
Harden la<t January when you took hi? ?Ide t "
" I refu.se to lie Interviewed."
"(an Mr. Ralfour really enforce the Coercion law so
that the league will bo broken up I "
" I have nothing to ?ay. As this visit of mine Is
purely privato I decided when leaving Dublin that f
WOaid refus?? to be Interviewed by tiic representative of
?my newspaper, aud as I am going to tie in tue country
ouly a lortiiight altogether I ?hail keep my word. 1 will
not be present at any lueotinirs or reception sol any kiud
durili:; my stay."
" How is Mr. 1'arnell's health ? "
" I saw li 1 m no: long ago aud h? is looking well."
" Mow about O'Brien's ? "
" It's very good, too."
" What ilo y?iu think of his Can.idian trip. In view of
the fact that bord l/nisdowtie is reported .?s intending
;?> continue the evictions at Leggaeurraa I ''
"Ko?, that will do," said Mr. Davilt, as he asked a
man to call a cab.
A? he Stepped ont from the stud a crowd of 'longshore?
men recognised him and crowded mound the cali. They
win? bejiinuiug to ?tart a sort ot recent, ou by shaking
the only remaining hand of the Irish agitator when
"cabby" cracked hi? whip and after twenty minutes'
drive pulled up at the OOesy House.
RACK-DOWN OF THE URIDGE I'OLICK.
WirHDRAWINCf TIIF. ?????? Of niSOfUJKKLY COB
DUCTAOAtXBT mk. ??.?.?.?.
After all tho allegations by the officers and police
Of Ih? Ri Idge that T;j,iiiuel McLean, the well known mer?
chant, hau violateti the rule- at ?BS tini'? lio vas arrested
a fortnight ago, when it caino to proving their asser?
tions In court yesterday then was a square backdown.
Tho hearing wa, sftt down for lo a in. in the Adams
Street l'ulice Court in Brooklyn before Just ico Walsh.
Mr, Itnfflai and hit witnesses were on hand, but Po?
liceman Ill-Imp. who inaile tho arrest, ohI not appear.
,????? the caso wa? callcti W. .V. Dykt-inau, who appeared
for Hie Bridge trustees, said that they had investigated
th? matter aud had decidisi that Mr. McLean had coui
iiiiticd no offence against tho law. aud they desired
to withdraw tho charge.
W. C. Do Witt, counsel for Mr. Mclican, prote.-ted
agaln-t this as a great?disappointment to 1,1m and his
client. The Utter wa* on his way to Philadelphia at
the time of the oeeurrenets, and when he returned ho
found hlmseli subjected to much newspaper notoriety.
He bad waited for the trial to set himself right and to
show that he wa? treated lu a ruffianly manner by the
polirmi.an. It was SSillnMSSSlag to be preventetl from
making public the fact? In the ca--e and placing tho
blame where It belonged. l'olice Justice Walsh gall
thai ? be withdrawal of the charge by th?? Uridge trustee*
covered the whole ease If ther?? were a trial under
the eli- uni-tane? .<?. It Ao 11 Id result ?. a dismissal of tho
matter. Mr Dewttl said th?i a ? ippoiiunlty to pre?
sent Ihe evidence in the matter would be sought In a
higher court. It is rapeeted ih*t. Mr. .McLean will
bring a suit for substantial lainage* for unwarranted
ane-t agaln-t the midge traetsos. in* eouaeel says
that the met! will ?how that he acted In an ortlur'ly
manner and the BoUestnaa SZCCeded all bounds of
proper conduct In making the arrest.
A rloslnr Rale of a few thousand. Tho only Ir t
had in the country.
tuts, ?*. KKi.i.tmi; a? to. Q*eaae? hl
Hata ano Roomt ?So Let
BLBQART ii'.ciim.ni! aimrtiiextx
Kur tenus apply to SWMC?,
II ?BOMAM PRCI d - Qt,
138 ?vTHeAVK. XKtK 1?>TH.<*T. __
LARGE lianilsiMiifly furnish??? room wr li?
mit beard ; Kentleiuen ouly, privalo taiiuly ; refer?
ence. 140 West'.?1st ?t.
PARTMENTS t?? rent in the fireproof
imllilluit No. HO MadlsonaYs., cornar 28th???.
BACHELOR'S APARTMENTS, Dear Union
riub ch?r.-nin?lT furanti? 1, w.Hi privat? h?t'is , to
genileiD?.?! seoki.'iK reflue I ?urronnitlujr? , reference?. 41
FL?GANT APARTMENTS FOR MACH
li Kl.mis. ~ i'itth are . corner 43d???,, In tire-proof 'mil
Itlgof AMKIll? AN ? A KB bKI'USU' COMPANY. Finest
1- - ?? : .?. In the city.
VICKLY FURNISHED iarjeeaadamaU roomt
1? rm ??:??.einen . al?o ?un? of room?. 36 We?t I6BVSt,
??0 LET.?A bandaotne apartment in tin- Dal?
I hou.'e. h?iw?eii :>tli and Ml ates., orerlooking the park ;
rent SI,son a ye.ir. Apply on pruni?.???.
$1||?VERY DESIRABLE FLAT ? ??t??
ti/ ???????-, ad llirlil; well reun?ate,1 ; immediato pos?
session. Inijul-e ?t 103 West i4tli si. _ _ _
Ai!'? H-si'.. 7 EA8T, nexl door to the Wind?
"?* " sur. ? Kleianlly turnisti??! rooms lor gentlemen only;
le.l leestlse mtliecitr , reasonable linces.
Boaro ani Buontf.
IPOR UENTLEMEN, above, square or hall
NSSBS tiiriiisln ? , 2? aud lid doors ; *'/to$H ; lire.akf.iit
lf ilrxireit .'.'iiitiiuies ot Wiuittor auil Orami L'urna iute.?.
LMJRN18HED ROOM8. -Private family, hav
I mg mor? ?????? than required, would let twe large, sunny,
connecting rooms; ?leu hall room. > 1>1>-? 38 scl.ti mei nera
MURRAY HILL.?Second floor, six rooms;
iiewly decorated ; ?ulte uni ?luirle noni?; parlor illnme
nom ; rxcelirat talli* ; references exchanged. KVKKETT
I 1 11 K< Tuli Y. 74 West ?Stlist.______
RESPONSIBLE PARTIE? wiebine to make
arnui|tenir?ts fur the winter will find ?ood room? ?ud
board at ?17 West :otli at. I'.etuience? oxciiaaged._
'G WO ROOMS, lurce nnd small. hamNomely
furnished: ?enlUniia only ; privat? tamlly.
PLEASANT ROOMS to let with board.
ti?.' West 17lh-?t, __^_t_
WEST 4C5TH-ST.?Board; large and email
room? witli prttate bath? ; parlor floor dining room._
. WEST B3D-8T. will be l?'t, eleirautly fur
si Dished; Inlaid ji?ri|ti?t floors. n?wly frescoed, butler'?
pantry, extension. Ac. Ac Apply for permit st ofllce of
J. e ?V JOHNSTON, Broadway. 5th ar?. and jjBfteB
WEST 518T-ST.?Handsomely fnrniebed
second floor with bo*rd? ?lsor?om ?n fourth floor._
?JiiO-ST. ?13 WEST.?Handsomely turniehed
4-W room? te let, with boari^efeiauceii exchanged
???7 MADISON-AVE., cor. 33d-Bt.-De^ira?
I U I hie room?, en suite, or ?ingle, wuii board; trantlent? ;
1*ii FIRST PLACE.?To let, witb flrst-elass
?i1-* bt>?rd, lirg? tlilrd ?tory front room, ?nd hall ro?ra
adjoialng; hoi and oold water ?ad ?stpl? clu?et reum. teiai?
Coiinti-n fjropfrtn Cuant?o.
LOTS? house?, farms wanted for btivers and
tenant? la N?w.J?r?ey. bL'bl.'ltBAN AUKKCY, 71
WAN^r?iX^Breinall family of adulte for
Ue winter, tally fur?i?h??l ?p?rt?i??t I? ?r?'.?via??
?1>?pp???? house, belew ?'? iWM ; "?????^?*?1111 ""^
? ???wr. Artdr.)?? Hex 147. Fi?kkili-on-th?-?tt?ia??.
A NUMBER of Grand, Upright and Square
Piano? of our mak? slightly used, ?linost ?? rood M
new, ?ud tally wtrrssted. will be sold at a Uberai redaction
from regular prie??. 1'laaos to reat.
W5I. KNABE ft CO.,
? _113 Fifth ?ta. ?1>?t? 10th?V
? SCHER PIANOS, rtmown?dT?r'lotie and
.. ??""f^MJ? ****' Maaufaetori?? ?ad ?torersoois 431 m
18.?.??/?!*??*? 5f? 8" HrwKtwar, l?tb?t. iDltsoa's
- -^tasged. r?aud. ?r laitolmtata
THIS 8EA90NINQ M MADE OF THB GRANTS,
LATEDLBAVE8 0FTHB ?C08T FRAGRANT AMBBI?
CAN SWEET HEBBS AND CHOICE SELECTED SPICES,
HAVING ALL THE FLAVORS THAT CAN BE DE
8IBKD, THEREBY SAVING THB TROUBLE OF HAV.
INO TO USE A DOZEN DIFFERENT BINDS OF HERBS
AND SPICES IN ORDER TO OIVE THE PROPER FLAV?
OR TO THE DRESSING. OHE TABLE9POONFUL 18
ENOUGH TO SEASON THE DRE8SINOTO AN EIGHT
10.O00 Hell* Rood ?? Fell, la Ut* to milt.
100 Ton* Sheet hi?a; and Dealenln? Paper.
400 Harre I* Reofli?? on J Ile*?? Palata.
.100 Barrel? and Krai ???p??? Cup* and Nail*.
10 Ton* Stale Flour and Reefer?' Cement.
1.00O H*ll* OH Clolb. AssoM.d.
500 Bale? Cotton and Paper Carpet Lining.
Send lor Hample? and Price?. The Trad? Supplied.
IMMANA PAtVreVROUFIXU CO?
143 Dunne-?!., New-York.
OCR HOUSE PAINTS FILL THE GRAIN OF TH
WOOD. FANCY WOODS AND PIANO CASES HAVE,
WITH (iREAT CAUE AND PA INSTAKIXN, BEEN
FILLED BBBOKB, BIT NEVER THE SIDE OF YOUR
HOUSE. OFT IB LAST IMPORTANCE, THIS COSTS
TOO NOTHING OUR VIVID GLOSSY COLORS OUT?
WHA1? ALL OTHERS. COLOR CARDS. CIRCULARS.
THE F. J. NASII M ANCFACTCRINO CO . MANUFACT?
CUES (IK PURE LINSEED OIL LIQUID PAINTS,
NYACK, N. Y,. U. S. A.
PARIS.?To be let, furnished apartments at
very moderate rents Late J. Artbnr A Co., Pauker?
ami R*?j* Asent*. W. II. TIFFEN. 10 R Castiglione.
DELAWARE WATER GAP? PENN*
The Ktttsttnnv Ho is? at this ponilar An turns Bss*rt wilt
remala open until N*T*mb*r. Less than tur?? neur* from
New York Or I).. I. ami W. U. ?
For tsrssa and citcu .r addr???
W. A. BR0DHF.AD ? SONS.
C1ATSKILL.?Largo private residence, de
/ llghtfnl location, ampi? gr?iind? ; first-class accoiamoda
Hod?. Mrs. I WHl ITLi'sEV. P. a Box ?-vj. Catskill, ?. Y.
HIGHLAND DELL HOUSE.
" Open until November. On ?pur*f Ria* Ridge. betw**n
Delaware Water (Jap and -trouiUtmri. Elevation l.ltOO feet.
Pure, dry air. Addr*?? J. F. FOULEE. 8trou<l?bnrg, Penu.
PA VI LIO X ~ H< if EL, Islin, LoaiT?e?aruL
Reinslu? epen during th* fall. Hen?? heated with stsarn,
JAMES Dl.ATKI., ot Ihe Berkeley, SUi.ava. cor. 9lh ?(..
Owner ?ai Prnurletor.
Open? October 1, 1HS7. ?
PI.l'SfF.R, PORTER A 11A UK Kit. M?nss*rs.
HOTEL ST. UEOKGE
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS (corner Cl.irs *nd Hick? ?ta.l, 4A0
looms aiian,???! en suite, with private bath, all electil?
Ughfd. a menea? m barayaa pina._
Freoklyn Heights. N. Y., illrectly opposite Wall.sf. N. Y.:
four minutes' walk from Fuiton er vv?n street Ferry sn I
th? Brnlae terminus sui*nor .iciomuiodallous riaviua..:?
ratvi ?elect family and uamieut hotel. '?00 nut in?._
BTTT-AVB. AVO 44TH ST., ? Y.
Fine ?nites e* rooms In ev*iieut*c.ii?.
MURRAY A BUTTEB.
.-r.iK ?if New-York,
OlHlE 0> THE SKCKKTARV OF STATF, J
All SIE All*?. 1, lSb'. >
To the Hhtrif nf Ih' Covntu of Xew Vork:
CIR?NOTICE IS IlkKEKY 01VEN THAT
KJ at the renerai e'ectinn to Ite bslil In this State on th?
Tur?.lav >u .'.'filili; Hie tirai Momia? of Novi ujier next
(Nov. (ft, tlie following othYerssre to be elected, to wit:
A isecieturr ot Blot?, la the piai ?of FKKDE H'K ???.?.
A Comptroller. In the plaisof Al.FKKI) C. CHAP?N,
a Twiaiar, ,u the p.ace of Lawrence j. FITZOEB
An Attorney.General, in the place of DUN IS ?'?????.
A st.it* ! t -.?.?>r? anil Suivejor, lu the place of ?L
All who?? term? ot oftlre will expire on the last ilay of De?
Two Jnstiiesof the Siiprum* Court for the Fir?t Juillclol
District, in tiie piace? of ABRAHAM R. LAWBKXCB and
. CU Alili; s IciNuHI ?. ?Ii.im; ifinnol m?ie ? li ?uireu?
? the la?t ila?? of I . ?. ti '.e: next.
I A Smaltir f..r tlie Fifth Seuate Dlttrirt, composetl of the
, Cniiiuv of KKBHMBd ?nil tho present Flr*t. seroml. Third.
! Fifth, sixth. Ktglith ?ml Foatlecutb w.irils of the citT nf
New.Ymk? all that portion ot the Fourth Want ot ?ai? eKy
that l.e? w.Hi u Roosevelt street, Chatham street. Psak
Row, annua street, ciold ?tree!. Ferry .?tret. Pick ??? ?ad
1 a-t "..v.r. all that portion of tl:?? Ninth Want ot ?am .1 y
that lies wiCiiu 1 tun? on siirii, IlmuuC ?irret. 1!>.?<???
?tree!, Leroy ?treet ami North River, noverimi?'? I ?lami iled
li w s ?s^mi amt Kills Istanti.
A Senator for the Sixth Senate District, compos-d .?. th*)
Seventh. hh-Tt-nth and Thirteenth want? of the ? ity of .s? w.
York, anil ail that portion of th? Fourth Warn of ?ail City lb**
lies within ('allietine .street, ? haitiani ?treet, Roosevelt sir**?
amt Fast River.
A senator for the seventh senate Dismct, eomposeit *j k?
Tenth ami Si v. iitisnth w.iMs of the c ly of Be? ? .t'., oil
th.it pmt ti of th* Fifteenth Wanl of ?ahi cilv I hit 1 if ? ?ant ?I
Iiroail>v.i nut ?ill that pornou of th?.? Kiglite. nlh anil I weaiy
flrst wan'ls o' salii litythit li?s withlu Fuuitceiitti ?lie???
Thirtieth street. Third ?venne amt ?'.road way.
A Senator for the Eighth Senate Disirtct. compriseli of tint
Sixteenth Wanl of Hie ? ity ot New.York.alltli.il portion *f
the Ninth Wanl of sal.l city that lies within Leroy street.
Blecikcr street, cannine street, sixth av. an?, Fesmaeata
street and Noi ih river, all that portion of the fifteenth WsM
of ???.I city lut lies ?vu n! ?roadway, all that portion ot th?
Eighteenth anil Twenty first wants of ?ani cltv that lie*
within Fourteenth street. Thirtieth sireet. BrwdaSV ami
Sixth avenu?, autl all tlut portion of the Twentieth Wanl if
?aid city that he* within Twenty sixth stnet, Tmit.?lh
street, sixth avenue ami North River.
A senator for the Ninth Senite. Di?tnct. rnmpose?! of *U
that portion of the Eighteenth. Nineteenth mil I weuty-nnt
want? of the rltr of Ne-vYork Uist lies ea?t of Tinn? aveuu?
?ml Itlaikwell? Island
A Senator tor the Tenth Senate District, composed of ail
that portion of the Twentieth and Twenlv-Ursl wants ef la?
eitv of New-York that lies within Thirtieth street. Fortiera
I street. Third avenue aud Eighth avenue, all that portion m
I the Nineteenth Ward or Mid city that lle?wc?t of ThicU
?venne, and all that portlou of the Twelfth and Twesty
?eiouit ward? that lie? ea?t of Eighth avenue, Wanl'? sn4
1 Randall's tilands ._. .
A Senator for ih? Eleventh Sen?le District, cornnose.1 of tho
Twenty-third and Tweniy-fourlh warn? of the city of New
York, and all that portion of the Twelfth, Twetitli-lh o*it
Twentr-secondw*nl?ol ?aid city tlut lie* within Thiru*tA
street. Spuyteu DaTvll Creek, Eighth avenue and Iluda??
Hiver. , . . .
Couaty and district ofUcors also te be elected fore???
Twenty-four members of Assembly. ._._.. _
A Dutrlct-Atturiisy.iu tbe place of RANDOLPH R 11AK.
A surrogate. In th? placeo' DANIEL O. BOL^INS.
Two Justice? of the city Court of New-York la the pi*?*?
Of rsTKl'HKN 111 RHKTT 1????G ??.? ERNE-T IfALU
One Coroner, in Ihe place of MICHAEL J. B. llfcav
Ail whoso terms of office win expire on the l?*t doy ef U??
c? nber next
A l?o ? ? udg* of the Conrt of Cenerai SeMlens. for th* tern?
ol fourteen years, from January tlr?t, eighteen hun.lre4 oaU
?ightyeight, pur?u?ut to Chapter .1114. Ijtw*ofl3b7.
Bautatrr*? office, )
cm srrCi'LHT Hors?. I
ASD COUNTV OF NEW-Yi>BC, |
An?. 2d. 1?S7. f
? certify the ?bove to bea troe copy of the election neuee
reteived by tun this day from th* secretary of st?tA. ?
Il I * i 11 J. O R AiVT?
Sheriff of tlie City and County of N?w-Y?vfc.
Publishers of newspaper? will not lu?*rt the ?bove ?*??
tUeuient uule?s?pecl?lly ?u'noriie^(i* ?>doaBAjfTi
Sheriff of the City and Connt'y ol New Yottc
?_ - 3
DVERTISEMENT8 FOR THE NEW
YORK TRiaCMB WILL BE RECEIVED AT TH*
"??,G" ' ". ? ' '
t'rTo'wN OFV?CB?, ??. 1,288 Br**dw?y, comer Tmir?/
nr?t-*u, ua*U * P? ?-. 680 Bre?4w*y, between Twenty **c*ii
and Tw*ntrtbird ?U , nnttl 8 p. m , 808 West Twenty-thl*
?t, eerier Elf bthave.. 168 sixthav?.. 188 Fourth av?., o*s>
per Fouruenth-st, 108 W?*t Fer^y-Mcend st.. near 8lxUi-?su>
veo Thlrd*ve- cerner Forty?*v?niii?t, 1 007 Tblrd-av?.
tb* HABKM OFFICE, ISO East On*-ho*>
tsy?-aad-twwty-iMth-st, up te 8p. ??. atr?anl*r?Me<ixt>as?
?CONSULADO GENERAL de la Rep?blica Ar?
V7 tenti*?,-! officially d*ol?r* that all rusaors oo?c*t?laf
th? probabl* rupture uetw?*? the ArgtatlM Bfpaalteaiaa
Bisill ?r? ?trictly fai?.?. Further lnfornuttoa will ae flv a
?? application U tbt? offle?. ?. 0. CALVO, Co??*!?
N.w.York, 8?pte*?b*r IO. 1867.
? LATTO & OBRIAN'S'A?lrondack Stai tv
Cosch ?ad Mall Reute* aad Eoulpa,?t* 1?t etle.
Hslf intere.t In abov* aaost b* ?eia iena te ?etti? eatee iSf
Wnu Flatto, lau ot Haranao Lek?. N. T. Over ?law a?? ata
naed thi? ?essoo. Bix-hor*? aad tonrher? Ceaeord 0<eeaea.
Fer parllsular? sddrtM A* A. UNDS^^^Ji***^
?NFANTS and Children enjoj unusual healtjl
1 la l'iiiutd?l?hla. Th? veaeea u?, earsAl sMtUen etee UMBB
Bethlehem 0?l F?od . *eoae?o?sle*l aad wfc?la*????
TARRANT U CO., 978 OissaBwleWB t H. KLBlst * CO?
44 Ceartiaa4t.?t, Ageata NewVerk.