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GOOD NEWS POURING IX.
ANIMATED SCENES AT HEADQUARTERS
IX CHICAGO.
?aatMBEIUi OF THF .RFl'UKLICAN NATIONAL COM?
MITTEE RECEIVE CHFKRINO MEHiJAOES
FROM ALL OVFR THE INI?S.
Chicago, Nov. tt.?Republican National Head?
quarters was a scene of animation from early
In th?- evening. In addition to the bulletins
numerous messages were received by members
of the National Committee. In Chairman H;in
na's rooms Commltt-eman Payn?, of Wiscon?
sin, was in charge, and atnor.K his guests were
Commttteenian Datves, ?if Illinois; Sub-Treas
urer Brown, of Illinois; Assistant Secretary
Dick, of Ohio, and Corporal Tanner. Donald
Mackcy, chairnim of th.- i'ity and County C-n
tral Committee, lalsgrraphed from Portland, ore.:
"This city and county will give a Republi?
can majority of over ?VHMl. and thereby insure
this State for McKinley and Hobart."
Chairman Hopkins, of Kentucky, made in
early prediction that his State would go Ke
puiillc an by from 10,000 to 15,000.
Chairman George a. Zeiier telegraphed from
Pccria. 111.: "Democrats have practically sur
renibred; m?ire than two-thirds of vote in; over?
whelming majority fur McKinley."
Messrs. <;rant and Green ?rave the following
estimate of the vote for electors in Texas:
Rapabllean, 255,000; Bryan and Bewail, 185,
00U; Bryan and Watson, T5.000, Palmer and
Ruckner, 20,000; Prohibition, 5000. Kearby,
Poi.ulist, will be elected Governor. Probably
three and possibly Uve Republican Congressmen
will be ?letted
This estimate is indorsed by ex-l'nlted States
Treasurer .1. .V. Houston, who adds: "With a
fair count the electoral vote is ours. Democrats
alnrmeil and desperate."
National Cornmltteeman Durbin telegraphed
from Indianapolis- "Ful! vote polled by both
parties. Quiet, but energetic all day; no dis?
turbance*. Wo f?.-! thai we have done better
than we hoped."
T>. M. Perry telegraphed from Detroit that the
Rains indicated a majority for McKinley of
CO.'KiO.
LOCAL ?88E3IBUTMEN ELECTED.
The number of Republican members of th. As
eembly ha* been Increased over last year. Three or
four additional districts have been won in the upper
part of the city. Those probably chosen are;
tMstrirt. , Ih. If) 't.
1. I'anirl K. Finn (T.). I ta Robe.I Ma*et (It).
1 Theeaaa .:. Ban* n\?. aa. .i,.i,n p. c mean Ct.).
S.W. ?1. I?-n;u,i ft.). ?1. ?3?or*;? C. Austin (R...
4 Patrick H. Boche IT). "-.. D*ml*l p, Tookcr iT..
$? llll"?,r'. V?V ," .'K!' '-?'? K hart c.lHilsn.l fR.?.
6. r. P. sulllvi.n ?T.?. ... ,r,h ,. .,-.,.._?,...j ,-i- ,
7 ??-.??oi-irri \v Wan iT ? ?? ? n*P*'a.a ?i.l.
? -J ,1 ? a \?l ,r- , '(2S. I'airirk H. Murphv ,R.i.
X. f h&rle? S. Ac!.or (I..i. ,,,. ....,.,.., , . _ ..r. * ,_ ,
a Jam*. '?: Maecahe ?T.?. ? '? 'rJ''< ?- An? '.": 'V'
10. Otto Kemp* r (T ? .-'? ?""*?? .*? ^?"h^ ?0
n. w. h. ois^hin ?T.?. 2-??*2* '? $*21 <D''r>.
lJ.Jt5.eph Schulum (T.). I? J^"**?.?"**' nr"wn ',RV
15. P. F. Train-r (T.). I *'? ' "? W. ste>?\ Jr. ID.).
14. Jacnh Frit'? (T.). Si. Harvey T. Andrew? iR?.
is. Theodore P. Myers CT.). SS. Thomaa F. Donnelly CD.)
16. i> ni.-tmin Herman i'i'.i 88..lame* P. lK-i.-r.ar. (R_).
17. .''-t.n A. Dempsey tT.>. B4. P. W. Rclr.hard. Jr. (R).
is! John F. Daly (T.). SB. Douglaa Math**r*oa IR.).
COXGRESS\.:.\ PROBABLY ELECTED.
The full returci fron som3 of the Confess dis?
tricts were delayed tl? a lato boar. The Corn?,res;
?alteration Is probably eve.ilr divided between the
two partieF. The election of some of the most rabid
flOO ell TOT advocates was ?really deplored list
nigV.. Those probably chosen are:
7. J.hn H O. V?h?la?e ID ). 12. O**?** P. atcClellaa (D.
s ,t. Murray Mitchell iR >. ?n't S. D.).
??. Thomas J. Hradley ID.). 13. Rkhard C. ?Shannon IR.).
10. Ame. J. ??umnnnir? (D.). 14. Uemuel E c.ui?kk iR.).
11. William .ul??r tiv). IS. Philip B. Vow (R.).
1?. William L. Ward iR.?.
.4.V UPHEAVAL IX WEST! HESTER.
CLEAR REPUBLICAN MAJORITIES CAST THROUGH.
OUT THF COUNTY.
In Weateheater County the returns wer? slow In
eotninf in. Early tr. the evening, however, enough
fleures were returned to show- that the normal
D'-mocratlc majority In Westehester had been
completely overturned. The vote of Yonkers. Mount
Yernon and New-Roehelle indicated before mid?
night that McKinley would carry Westehester by
h rabetanttal plurality, and that Black would fall
not far behind
William L. Ward, the Republican candidate for
Congress in the XVlth District, announced at
mldnlcht that he had received advices frota all
over WeotCheoter County and the upper wards of
N v-V'irk to warrant him In announelns that he
had carried the district by 6,tVXi, and that McKinley
hp.d carrl-d Westchester County by T.SBB. It w;,s
also announced that the Republicans had elected
all three of the Assemblymen in the county.
LONG ISLAND CITY IX THE FWIM.
p. J. gleasds's ba:uwick fauus in linf?s.ono
MAJORITY IN' QYEENS COUNTY.
Long Island Cit/, Nor. 3.?Nine of the twenty-flvo
election districts in Long Island City plv Bryan
1.003. McKinlev 99fi. This shows a large Re| UbUcan
Increase, and McKln'.ey will carry Long: Island City.
It Is thoufrht hy about WO. This will be a falling ofT
of about 1.500 for the Democrats, and th? Repub?
licana and sound-mc?<?y men claim that Queen*
County will give MiKlnley over 6.000. Ali the towns
of Queen? County show a large gain for M' Kinlev.
The town of Ja malea, with three districts vet to
hear from, give McKinlev 1.300 orer Brv:.r
RJCHMOXn COUNTY GOES REPUBLICAN.
M'KINLET PBCFRI?.N A PUrRAI.ITT OF NFARI.Y
2,(>flO OVER BRYAN.
The complete returns' from Staten Isla id ?how a
plurality of 1.321 for McKinley. Thn total Isrure? are;
McKinley, 6.817; Bryan. 4.3S6; Palmer, 470; McKinley**
plurality, 1.9:'l; Blaxk for Governor, 6.SK?: Porter,
4,575; Black's plurality, 1.265. Bartlett (Rep.), for
Congress, 6,132; Vehslage (Dem.), for Congres?, 4..r.2.".;
Bartlett ovisr Vehsiage in Richmond County. l.fWiT.
George Garhy, (Rep.), is elected to the Assembly by
about one thousand. Mrs. Julia K. West. Rep., for
School Commisfioncr, lias been elected.
XEGROES AXD WRITES IX A RIOT.
A PICHT DEVFI/)rS INTO A SERIOUS TMSTVRTV
A NCR.
A fight which otc?irred yesterday at Slxty-flrst-st,
and Amsterdam-av?-. resulted In a riot, in which
about three hundr?d wliite and colored people took
part. John Watts, colored, a laborer, thirty-three
?Tears old. of No. 227 West Sixty-flrst-st., and a
white stranger began the fight. Policeman Craig,
of the West Sixty-eighih-st. station, tried to sep?
arate them. As he did so. Albert Jones, colored,
twenty-two years old, of No. 223 West Slxty-thl.d
st. struck Craig. knooklnf". him down. H?> get on
his feet and began to strike with hi? chin. By this
time a crowd of about seven hundred people had
collected. Several colored men went to the assist?
ance of their friends, and Craig was getting badly
used up. when several white men went to his as?
sistance. As they did so. the colored population
also took a hand in the fight, and soon It became
genorsl and extended up Amsterdam-ave. from
Sixty-first to Sixty-fourth st. Fully three hundred
pcopl- took part in the fight.
Watts was struck over the head by i'rsig und
knocked down. When be got up he drew a large
knife, with which he attempted to stab Craig
Jones, who first came to Watts'? assistance, her?
drew a revolver, but was disarmed by some on??
In the crowd.
An alarm was sent to the West Slxty-elghth-st.
station, and six policemen were sent to the sci-ne
of the riot. The firrht lasted fully half an hour,
and resulted in the arrest of Watts and Jones, to?
gether with Henry Jones, twenty-four years old,
of No. 754 Severnh-ave.
A BOY RE H FADED BY A TROLLEY CAR.
PLAYINO IN A HAHI,KM STREET WHEN KNOCKED
DOWN?A CROWD THREATEN* THE
MOTORMAX.
David Legar?, the eleven-year-old ?m of John Le?
gare, of No. 62$ BMM One-hundre<l-and-thlrty-nlnth
*t., was run over and Instantly kille,! i,y a tro.ley
jar of the Union Railtoad in One-hundred-and-thlr
ty-etghth-st., ntar Willls-a\e.. last night The boy
was playing in the stre->t and ran across the track.
A train on the Suburban Kbvateii Railroad w M
passing overhead, and be did not hear the ap?
proaching trolley-car, while the rrotormin did not
aeo him. The cur knocked the boy down and sev?
ered his head from his body. A crowd surrounded
the car and for a moment threatened the motor
man, but two policemen hurried to the place and
took him to the Morrleania pelee Biatlon. The
boy'B body wan taken charge of by an undertaker.
T'/T
Any suit or overcoat you buy else?
where la almost certain to bave to
stum, comparison with ours.
Ought you not to sec how they com?
pare before you buy?
Wear our clothe* anywhere, if they
dont prove to your liking bring thom
buck and get your money; no argu?
ment we ciin offer is half so strong.
Seme uncomoaoa tnoney-aavlng opportitalttoa her? ju.?t
n.,\v.
Leas -.??user I alt* for boy* of 12 to U year? |s
an'l ?10.
KOGEllS, PBBT & Co.
Pl :i i ?? hi 1 Broadway.
W erren and Brosdwai.
Thirt> i-" nd ,: l Bl adway.
Silk
Department.
Fancy Silk,
6$ cts.
per yard.
Fancy Bengaline,
?5 cts.
per yard,
valoeSlJa
Lord& Taylor.,
Broadway & '?oui St.
W. BOURRE COCERAX HONORED.
the MANUF.v ~rr;.;i;s' ASSOCIATION OF K1KOS
AND QUEENS COUNTIES RECOGNIZES
HIS SERVICES
Ex-Congressman W. Hoiirke Corkra;-, was yester?
day apprised thai his valuable senrtcei on behalf of
National honor have been officially recognised by
the Manufacturers' Association of Kinijr, and
Queur.s Counties. The follo-.vlng letter was the offi
ctal Information of hi? election a* an honorary
member of ?he association:
The Hon. \V Bourke t'ockran.
Dear Sir: It is my pleasure to inform you that
this associatin:- recognizes th-"- valuable terri I to
the cause of good government and sound money
rendered hy yuii l'urlng the campaign JtlSI don i
and I am furthermor? Instructed by our Board ??'
Trustee.? to Inform you that, by a unanimous Vote
of the Hoard, you were duly elected an honorary
member of this association si a meeting of lh? dl
reetors which waa held on the ?venins of Monday,
the id In?'. It will afford our mi mbershln much
pleasure to have your early acceptance, and, iti be?
half of the association, l am. your* very truly,
JA.MKS T IK ?U.K. Secretary.
ALLEGED SWINDLES RY -DIMMIES."
THREE MEN CHARGED WITH DETRACDIN1 THE
HYl'RAl'I.lc OONSTRCCTION COUPANT
Deteethre Sergeant? McNaughl and Cuff, of th?
District-Attorney's office, yesterday a nested J ihr.
Horte, a eontractor, of No. CM M ?r.-y-avc , Hrook
iyn; William B. Turnbull, of No. ISO Ka.-- One-bun
dred anil-t w< nty-second-st.. thir. city, and William
T. Ulark, of X > II We* S:xty-sixth-s:.. tais city,
on bench Warrant* charging grand larceny In ih
first degree Tile men wer.- Indicted Monday on the
complaint of T. E. nn. a principal stockholder in
the Hydraulic Construction Company, with offices
at No. it.". Broadway. The company is engaged m
laying water mains from Kearny, X J . to Rayonna,
anl employ about iwo hundred workmen
Tne three men arrested are charged with swindling
the company by mean* of dummy workmen. Horte
we.? the i'ontracior far th? company. Turnbull ?m<
the superintendent. Clark was the bookkeeper and
timekeeper. It is a!leg?*l that there was a conspiracy
among the three to swindle the company by carry?
ing ilummli? on the payroll. There were as many it.?
el?;:ii> *uoh dummlM on the payroll last (reek, it I*
alleged. About S2.0D0 was drawn bj these dummlsi
every pay-day, which era* once ,ii two weeks.
It i? alleg<;d that Tuuibiiii go: up the ?cheme, and
told ('lark thai pir; of th<- proc.Is went to one of
the principal stockholder* in the n mpany. Th.:* ,t,
legatio.i is not believed to be true, and there I* . me
doubt as to Horle'* knowledge of the alleged swindle.
It was ?aid that Turnnull and Chirk had confess? ?
their part in It.
The ihree men were committed to the Tomb?. No
ball was arranged.
MODERN ITALIAN BOTELS.
Every bedroom in the Grand Hot?-! Quirinal,
Rome, ha? been fitted with a Steam radiator, In
addition to those in the public rooms and corri
Aors. This, In conjunction with the many other
improvement? adopted by th? n?-w proprietor, II.
Bucher-Durrer, viil doubtless great? ?.<ui to the
popularity of tlris favorite hotel, which occupl? s
one of the finest sites In Rome,
THE WRATH LI, REPORT.
TESTERDAT'S RECORD AND TO HAYS FORECAST.
Wsshtrgtoa, Nov. .?.-The pressure I.? high ov? r Ne.
?naSaad .nd extend? soatttwafd lo Florida, a se, ,,n,i
?r,-a of high pressure eov**. the Roeky Mountain dis?
tricts; the trough extend? from thi- upper lake region
?'?i-1 h ward tr, Texas. The hatW?t*T bus n?en In N**j
England ?nd generally throughout th<- Rocky Mountain
dlstrlri?, Bn1 fullen In the Quit Stat.??. The temperature
ha? remained stationary daring th* BUI twenty four
hour?. Ualn or -n,,w lu?? ia)|,-n In the |nk<- region arid
the Upper Missouri Valley, and ?h ever? i.ave occurred
In ?he Eakt 'hilf States Rain will probably continue In
the Fast Ojlf State? ar 1 may extend to th* Middle At
lantir states by Wedoeeday night. Threatening weather
with ocjraaional shower? ma] b* expected in ?he Middle
Ml??l.-slt-pl Valley and continued cloudy and Inna-ciing
tegl
? ed l !
In ?!
detailed forecast for to-day.
Por M**l-Engtaad, fall, ?lightly ?arm?r, southerly
win!?.
Fer Ea?;e-ti New-York. f.Ur; southerly winds.
Fur E?siem l'ennsyl? anla and New |**s*y, generally
fair durlnk ?he day. with :ncr\ aslng rlouiiln-s? Wednes?
day night, srutherly wind*
For \Ve?t Virginia, Western Pennsylvania and W?-?tem
Ne.v Y,rk. gene-ally fair, followed by increasing cloudl
nr?? Wednesday aftmsaoa: fre?h BOUthrrty wind?.
TRIBUNE LCCAL OBSERVATIONS.
frS I EBOVSUI: Mominc. KlghL
.... I 1 J I I t ( i s * t* 11 1 1 I t f, ( i i t 1? II
? ?saw * . "H' i1 I'M"
A0.5
??
in ?.M d.agram a continuous while line ?huws th?
Chans** In pr?teur* as indicated hy The Tribune'? self
recording barometer. The ?1 ,tte,l line represents the t?m
peratut? a* recorded at I'criy? I'harmacy.
Tribune Office, Nov. 1, 1 a. m.?The weather yesterday
trui fair and mild. The temperature ranged between "2
and 00 decrees, the average 0M degree.i) being l'-j degre"?
lower than that of Monday and i't'? higher than that of
Ihe corresponding day ,f Is.?? >esr.
Th* Breather to-day will be ia>?
Le
Real Ostrich
FEATHER BO/\S,
Below regular prices.
36 inches long, *4?75? 5? 98
45 inches long? 6? 95. 9*50
54 inches long. 10*25, 12? 50
COLLARETTES, 2.75? 3.25
On Centre Bargain Table?.
West 23d Street.
Men's Furnishings.
English Walking Gloves,
$1.00 per pair.
Piqu? Gloves,
$1.00 per pair.
UNDERWEAR.
Natural Wool Shirts ami
Drawers, Winter Weight*
Full Regular Made,
$1.50 Each.
James McCreery & Co.,
Twenty-third Street.
RACING AT MORRIS PARK.
FINAL HOI'I'.;-- OF TH!-. Tl'RF SEASON.
Tin: KEEN?! COLT VOTER i'UTI'vi D tuf: WHITE
PLAIN - II ?. N * ? I? \9
II was s hoi:?!-' h : Morrfj Park yesterday,
und th?- perfect November ?r< ??? ? !<?? '-. ? ?
Joy ?I Sloans, the mosi ikilful snd the m it ?>
ce??fr: HffhtWelghl j.i k'-v in Anieri a. ? i- !:i hi?
'? ' fo m. .u.'i rode Ihr?' winnen In roc?*??sslon
Ramiro, Beldemer? and Howard Mann H? man.
aged th? ihre? In exactly tn" n?;!:: waj On Batur
day lif handled Beldemere unwl ??'?.. hu? yesterday
ii<- hmd !? an ? ' i.< a ? ? . ? h< i - peed lo the '
advai tag? If Hewitt had ? fit to rid - v?--r
HtiK i all deftly hi could havi m -in.
race with Mei Prln who waa hi fir the la I
hors? ai Ihe weights, I ?: Hewitt'? Inefficiency waa
to gravi il al Merrj Prln on<1 Inatead
of Ural ind i Imo -?.-?-. md place to Tona i i
well. si-..n.?' dtacloaetl admiral??? |orkr)thtp on
Beaumoni In the Aral ra ? n wai onl) ?'\ ??
the hardeat work and fin ? skill 'hi?' ? -
I I ? with Reaumont.
The Keen? Voter revealed striking s|?ee.i In
Ihe Whlt Plali " I ran away fron
tho other? wiiii ;. irait ihr aras pleasant to ?
The Keen* c.n .'ir?- ei?? ? . ? popular, hihI
Voter's rli ?..! i wa , pi ? I wltl empl ?
". atlon xi. 1 ??:. ? The M i enti The Krlai
and I '!--? pi i vv. re ?-on ? t he ?pecul
and were : remoai In r.-.\? ? ? in the inv.-ti
N.-xi iii preference i .??,.? 'i . .?? hm-i th? Stock
vv.-ii Stable'? pair Chali? . ? ; , '? Xm? Bui
? ? ? rv one of t hi ihr? ?place? waa taken by a li? ?r?v.
against which Ions, odd w-r- laid Votei w i?
rural Bunny s:..>.?ond and Q<?org? Roa* third.
Harry Reed rui were I 1er now thai
ever before In th second race the Irtp wai ni? re
play for h;.- ii. v - ? ii ihre? to
The Winner, ridden by Tarsi, ml Ramiro, ? ! ?
by Sloane, had .. desperate strong!? through the
homestretch in th? Morrla Pars Handicap it ?
mil- an I ? h il? Th? dlffi ren ?? in weight ? n iblr l
It Mnir.i to 'i. ?. al 'I be Wli. bj . short he id It
wa? .? superbly exrltln?j !>.? It between th? iwo
The Winner carried 11? p ind? intl Ramiro M
Taking all thl .n- Into uni I a i the most in?
teresting und a?reeabl? dav of th? meeting, with
finer ?!, pi ? of i otal I? lo 'ki r?hlp than in any
prevlnua day I ->11 Hewitt poor rfdln? on Merry
Prln '? and th< chaot ? ib imlnatl m calle I i s:eeple<
rhaae caal shadow? upoi the n ird of the ifter
noon Th? steeplechase ?ra, -i pitiable .iffair. Every
hora? bul two fell, and In e?. ? Incident, .?n? in
every detail. In I e atmoapher surrounding It, and
In .:li the iTt'-iiditis: cjr i ? th!? jumping cir?
rus wa? ?':-'.? ? r:. :i 1 r v; :. all who v ? i? responsible
for it. No more ?? . ,?..?? hi - - ihould be tolerate!
on uny American r.ir?.ir<r. 'r',?ir offence i* rank
and smelli to hi iven. These steeplechases. ...; they
..r> ci n lucted 'n thli country, are not worth) ..r
th- countenan. ? n .if t:? ?uffenuice of any
hlKh-mlrnlid Ami rlcan
THE CYCLISTS- (?HEAT DAY.
WBINACHT WINS THE CITIZENS CUP ON
THE MERRICK ROAD.
BJ5VERAL RECORD? BROKEN A Mhastho'-h
CRUSH on thi: mi .-in COL'KTT itoi?jc
VARD OENERAL lir.sri/rs
All i?-, f.ni.. were boat? n In th?- nf'een-mlie rar?
of thi- New-Tork Athletic Club for Um ? ittz.-n?.'
Cup, In th? Meirich Road, In I .on?? Island, v.-.-,
terday sfternoon, Edward Welnacht won by a
few yards Order ;it th? Hnlsh:
Plnlak. Num.- Haadleaa). Tim?
l Edward Welnacht . n^ 4it .1,1
'?' y i' Reynold?. ?; o>> ih-jj
?"? ''? " aiKTB . 4..VI .?.,, M
i. Theodore Harrt?.(ecratch) ?i f,:<
.">. i a. Howdl ....isrtal h) u m
H. Nell ;i. \V. II M'i,..:ml'k, W. I?. Il.'iirn... botjgtaas
Henry, r 1: Belts, t C. Ttinni??, ,t nj Haaaoa, n o.
Iinrnnrd and w il. Otorat .-?'.'. started Bvrrla ?on
tii?- lint? prlae.
Th? tw?ntj -livf milo ro.ui r.u-. of th? Klruji
county Wheelmen for iho Wilson perpetual trophy
ov*>r tho Merrlck .oiirs.', yesterday ?aornlac, was
won by Charles T, Bari from t> ratch Ha also capt?
ured the time !>nz?- and broke the twenty-mile State
record, The i rder at th? nntsh:
l.C. T. Karl UWratCb)...1:1.1 .-,7
R <'. M. iiennii'k.'.n (acrateb).l:i:i:.s
S. '". ?. H?n?hi?w (?eratehl.Iillil 1J
The Iroquota Wheelmen road raes on the Mod?
?on County Boulevard whh won liy w. m. Cable
hut he WH? afterward disqualified Near th? tinisti
tho crowd swept iri on th?- cours? and caused
nom? ugly falta, s Barnetl and William Rurka
fell In the crush. Barnett'? left eye was goticed
OUI and I'.iirk? li.nl two rill?? hrrik'-n The actual
ream!I of th? r?i<?- will i?- announcied to-day,
-?
JAY BATON BREAKS A THREE-MULE RECORD
Memphis, Tenn.. Nov ?.. .1 iv Baton, of Bllsaheth,
N. J.. ?ni;i?hcri the three-mile indoor bicycle record
here lact nlfclit. The Dccaskm w.i.? a ?natch race
between Cooper and K.iton tor ?i pans ?>f bjqr ?]?),,.
time nimle w.i? *>:31. the previous record betnc I II
by Mertena The rae? win paced by Htow,-rs and
Hooper, on h tandem. '
Ollhert Logne, of Nashville, lowered the h?lf
mile Indoor amateur record of 1:04. held f,v i ",,'
Smith, of Nashrill?. LoRue pasee?! th^ luda-e. i?
.4 SERIES OP HOLE GAMES.
MWmnit or thi-: n-ntkst vor thk CHAMnoif-.
RUP OF THE ST. ANORBW? ai'B
OTHES ?1AMEK
The annual thlrty-tlx hole match for the cham?
pionship of the st Andrews Golf Club and the
John Keid aoid mtdaa was won >c?terday by
fiAMMEYtfc,
U Stamped on* Shoe'I
Stamped on & Shot
t\ms summ of i\mn
Ffwmsamt
The BllffiEST SUot House m me WORLB
The "Cornell" Shoe
FOR MEN,
In Calf, Enamel Leather, Patent Leather, and
Winter Russet,
1.? the greatest of new shoes I have pro?
duced for men for this Fall ; it is an all
round 5olid, honest, everyday tramping
shoe, at the same time dressy in looks.
It is an English creation, but remod?
elled, reconstructed, and improved to
please the most fastidious.
The toe is a happy medium, raised in
the centre to allow the toes all the room
necessary, but no surplus.
Men's ralf double sole, j
lue. calf 1 i n e ci / m mm QQ
t kronehoat* hand- ?^
?.(?wed writ "Cornell" V %^i
Lace Shoes.j
Men's winter russets, \
newest shades, calf lined / ?aa mm {\{\
throughout, hand-sewed ? ?^ "***
welt ??Cornell" LaceC %# ?
Shoes.'
Men's Imported patent \
le.ithcr. also enamel leather, / g*? as?a f\f\
double sole ??Cornell'1 '**5
I .h i Shoes, English box i %?W??
calf top.'
These shoes ought to make the hearts
of those rejoice who can afford to pay 55
for a ?hoe and receive the value of those
custom made and 5old elsewhere from
58 to 510.
? tl'TfO?, Baring no BgvttCt** or branch sine?, my
i ' ? I . .,?' ! -.:. (I R f ? ? ? i II* rue .?,
MAll, ORDERS RECEIVE PROMP1 AT TEMTIOX.
II.*.' STRATI D ' aTAUX? E MAILED FREE
A. J. CAMMEYER,
6th Arc, Corner 20th St.
W II ?amis, from a ASM of tw-nty-on- playera
Band* also ?ron Ibis lournaoMnt last year. Fol?
lowing .?re ,i f, m "f tt'.e leading ?eortsi
M H mi?>. fi w 13
:. it at ??? . . "? s' l"3
i . .? -- ? ? .?8 SB Is-'
It il - - ,? ? ? . '??'-' :'? IM
, ; t. ? i m?n ii? . N SB IBS
."*? !" ?
Th'- ne? fol* Units of the Staten Island Cricket
.-.( Basel ill I'lub, .it Livingston, ?aa opened y<
-...?,\ . i landlcgp tournament. In which fifty
Fven playei finished H. N. Townsend aras thi
?rinner, with <? W Ibwetl se ????'. ind A P Kell? .
third H i ? i ?? ip? were Slven ?? ? Si it, .nd ind
thtr'l pn/' -. md 'li* WlnnCI *COrei i :.,? il.-tor.
for a challenge , up, irhich nun be won ihr., time*
,?i.-.i Following -ir.- the ?ummsrlr* "f the
I* i- i-ii'ik ?e ?res "f lit. nfry-scv. ti.
PUrer? Ornm n ? Nt
II \ Townsend.i'?l is "^
M Jew?? . II? SB M
1" Kellej . loa IS M
K K C r.'.-r . . I"- -'" II
, lip . US SS SI
?? w i- - - n .m -i SI
Twenty-ebyhi players ??ompeted In ihe thirty-six
hand lea i ?r<>if tournament yesterday ,?t the
inker Meado? Oolf Club, of Brooklyn li aras won
by \ I. Korrl?. with J <' Power* second and J ihn
K T.ilm.iK'. Jr., tdiril These w.-r,- the si* leadlnc
Players ,; ' " ?P v '
A I. Norrl.? . I-'- ' l?i
I ,? Power*. -I'-' I" SOI
j |- Talmage. )r. ?I 10 Wl
w h rrlttendea .-"- -"-'
,- p Nminer. .- --'! 'v
r, r HUndr .'--'? is SBfl
\ Buccessful mlaed foursome tournament era*
held yesterday al Ihe Mortis County Oolf Club
Twenli pain < omp? i-.l. and Mi and Mr? William
Hhippen ?-?-re the winner*, uith ,i scratch i >r*
of ??; f.,r ih.- elaht? n hole* Mis* Bdlth ratlin
and K T Nichols were second, with llt-12-M, and
Mr and Mrs M Van Buren tlilrd. with 12''-C.%-101
WITH THE HOUNDS AT HEMP8TEAD.
TIIK MRADOWBROOK HINT I Mit HAS A Sir
i'I',M-ti. It's OVER THE HILIA
The Meadowbrooh Hunt dub ii.i.l an sxcltlag run
of Mxteen inll-s ?ve,- rough country with the
bounds ??? Hempstead yestordajr afternoon. The
attendanjce was large
The run led front th? fair ground? at Mlneols It?
? northerly direction for two miles over ?he wo?i
iiury plains to Westbury. The htmt party then
rode easterly to Jericho, ?here then was a check
taken for ten minutes. Th.- pack was again put
?m the trail, and dashed over the Woodbury plains,
and thence to Bast Norwich. The rider* brought
up al gyoseet, where the kill occurred
Mr*. Adolph Ladeoburg, Mrs. R. Kenyon Stows
?nd Mis- Mabel Roby. who rode superb bunten,
together with Parrj Pag?, Kinsley Magoun, B.
Wilhird liobv and Joseph Murphy, wen first in si
the finish. The bracing autumn ?nr brought out
?ven i? larger number than usual of the hunt club
members, in the saddle or in vehicle* Among
them w.-re Mr end Mrs Auauai Belmont, Mr. ana
Mrs Sidney I?illon Itipb'y, Mr. ?md Mrs. Jumes 1,.
Kernochan, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mortimer, Mr,
and Mr-, Klngale? Maaoun, Mr. and Mrs Alb. r:
Steven* Mr. and Mrs Perry Tiffany, Mr. and Mrs.
Thorn a. Hitchcock, I>r and Mrs. i.imis Halgbt,
CoSui-l and Mrs. William Jay, Miss May Bird Mr.
and Mrs. William C Whitney. Miss Carrie Whit?
ney Miss Carrie Bustls, Mis? Pannle Cottonet,
Maswell Stevenson. Winthrop Rutherford. C. ?'.
Haldwln. K. Willard Ilohy ami William Tlffnny.
Another run of the club will be held at Westbury
to-morrow afternoon.
ROS FIRE CAUSES A RUNAWAY.
ONE MAN SBSUOtTSLY lNJirRBO?TWO VERICUCS
HMASIIKIl TO KINOI.INO W'OOP.
Joseph Lackmsn, flfiy-sevi n year* ol.l. of No 2i:,
We?i Nlnetynlnth-st.. while drlvitiK a hor?e an I
wagon down Manhattan-av?'. last evcnliiK, was seri?
ously liijur?-d by belnK thrown from hi? wagon.
The horse he vn? driving became frightened by a
bonfire at One-htindred-nnd-thlrd-M. and. Inking
the lilt In his teeth, rnn away I.ackman, being un-i
able to ?top the animal, guided thi> horse against a
furniture van which stood at One-hundred-and
?econd-St Th? crash wa? terrific The horse was
iiadly lacerated, Ixitii wagons smashed to splinters.
?nd Lackman win thrown .1 distance ot twenty
i... t still dinging to the rein?. He was taken to
Manhattan Hospital, where he was found to have
i'lls|.ic.il"l his right arm and to have received ?ev
?rnl flc-ih wounds and possible int<-rnal Injuries.
A nnotince men ta.
You will prl?e Hlndercorn? for the comfort It
?rive? It rem ve? the ,-ntn? |(ife.t!y.
Parker's H?lr Hal?am aids the li?lr growth.
-a
Mota, ? A- W Ntota,
A New Collar.
O'Neill's,
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st St.
JACKETS, CUB k
Six Big Specials.
All of them Seasonable, Durable. Stylish, and
at these prices the greatest bargains in town*
These, together with a host of other values
equally attractive, will make this Great Store the
centre of shopping interest throughout the week.
Jackets. I Capes.
Ladies' Jackets of Bearer or Rough
Cheviot?, Franklin shapes, Velvet
Collars,
4.98;
t'sual price 7.50.
Ladies' Jackets of Fine English
Kersey or Boucle Persian Cloth,
Star Velvet Storm Collars, Frank?
lin fronts, and lined throughout
with silk,
9.75;
Usual price 15.00.
Rough Kersey or Boucle Persian
Cloth Jackets, Franklin fronts, Vel?
vet Storm Collars, very desirable,
6.75;
I'sual price 10.00.
All Paid Purchases Delivered
100 Miles of New York Citv.
Ladies' Kersey Cloth Capes, strap
seams, lined with Brocade Silk,
4.98;
Usual price 8.50.
Persian Cloth Capes, lined with silk
and trimmed with furs,
6.98;
Usual price 10.00.
Two Hundred
5ilk Moire Skirts,
Heavy Cord (Mirrored),
Usual price 12.75,
7.98.
Free to Any Point Within
ESTABLISHED 1M.V
STORES.
NE?*- rntiK ?TOM i nr.ooKi.v.N stores.
RROAPWAY. t Broadway * Hcdford ???.
COB I1ST st I ' . ?c r.atim.h ?v?.
Our text, tins morning, is hats -
Election hats,- and we'd*' like to di?
vide our discourse under ten thousand
heads.
Our |3 Derby is better even than
gold, for, while gold passes every?
where for its far*? value, it passes
everywhere for Uve dolara.
There*! the same premium on our
|6 Silk Hat. It looks ?is good as the
?s bat, because it Is as good.
No charge for name or style, see.
Tmney Vttt? I r iht Hora? Brow; v?rv ???????li."
mir ? Marll i isrtl Burl il Ovaivaai I? full of ityle.
Hi e our ?I-, T .' ? ' ? ? ? !?? '
v ?.???;??< in H ?- rnp i ?ill ind Refera
Bu you know ar ?'?"? Ntekw? ir?
? ? - .-? . ider?, fin? We* i-il End?, Mo.
Tr .1 ; i I ?;? llar floe, ?a
Rjlpi nttent:.'ri t I OUI O? t.iwn order*
BROADWAY, COR. 31 ST ST.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MIN1ATI UK ALMANAC
gunrl?.S?M snn?ft? M UotM rh*taa*aS:4f Metsa'aaaa)M
HIOH WATER TO-PAY
\ \i Baady He ok St.tlOov. laland t'J&t Hall OaU %M
I |>.M Kaad} Hook ?1.4? dov. IM.inrl 7:??f> n?n date ?:?\3
-
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO i AT.
Vita?! From Lin?
Pnwhat.in.Olhraltur, Ocl 19.Had A N T
M?nchen.Brame*. Oet 24.N G Lloyd
S rwegian.Olaat***. "''' tt.Allan Statt
Kl Moi . Ntw-Orleant, o,-t ;*,>.Morgaa
THl'RSI AT, NOVEMBER ft,
.Hfirvn. i srrl 27.N C, Uoyd
u.-iui'iiy . Swaaaea, Ort -2.Bristol cuy
,. " , ? , .Hull. <>. t 23 .Wilton
, .Qlbraltar. oct 22.Anchor
Alt I iquln.J-" '.?""ville. No? 2.Clyde
ntlDAT. NOVEMBER 8.
?y I'm] .Southampton, On 31.Amartean
i isrst Ilismarck... Hsrnburg, i >ct "tt.Kamb Amer
I: i? .... st I.u.'a, ir.t S .Limn rt A 11 ??It
,;, ,.m .S-.-rrin. <>ct 30.llamh Amer
UtdW?rwl<rk .Olhrmltae. Oet JJ .Med * M Y
chalnietl?. fen Orleans, <>? r :;i. Morgan
[roqUuta.Ja. k.?.an tile. N'.,\ |.c'lyde
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TODAY.
Vi???i for Line Malls deja?. Vessel sails.
Sr I. ul?. Sceathampton. American- 7:t>Oain 1*IM? ? m
Southwark Antwerp. Red Star. T'Hlam H-?.? ? m
Blberlan Olaafow. Allan-state.
Sor Windward Island? "?neb.o. IrJttpm 3:00pm
T^nt.Tile Uterpool. Wl.itc Star. ?:<?>?, m 12'M) m
Seneca Havana, ward . 1:00 pro
Parses? Ij\ Ouayra, R?d l>.UOuam l:i*tpm
Cherokee, Charleston Cljrda .- 1:00 pm
Alamo, daWeston. Mallory .- 3:<?>pm
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3.
a vl*torta Hamburg, Hamb-Aastr . I ?99 a m ftfftam
Orlnfco Uermuda yuebe ? . l:i?>pm .Vnipn
NUaan Na??au, Ward . 1 :<?> p m 1:00 p m
El Mont? N.-w Orli-ir?. MorKf.n. 3 r?> r m
Antlllla, Nattau, Bahama? .1 :<??? p ru :i:<?>pm
Kansas Cltj Batannah, Savannah - *?.<*? p m
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ft,
Alarmejuln, Chart?**?*.. Clyd?. - - S:??pm
Colorado, Brunawlck, MaHorjr . ?? 3i?>pm
SHIPPING NEWS.
TORT OF NF.W-YORK -TIKSPAY. NOV. 3. 1RS?.
ARRIVED
Steamer Ml??l?slppl <Bn. i'annons. London October 2'.
?util nid?? mid ? cabin paattngert to the New York ship
piiiK Company. Arrived .it the Bar at 3:?."> a m.
Steamer Colorado 'Hr>. RTllttoa, Hull O?H0b?r 22. wit
ni.'?- and I passenger? to Sanderson * Son. Arrived i
|?M p m.
Steamer Oxu? iHri. Sutherland. Montero Bay October
M SI Ann? May 27. P*f1 Maria 27. K!iiK?toti 2*. with
?rail and pa??. ns;?r? t.i Jam?? I K-rr A f'o. Arrlvel at
th- Har at l-M p m
?????m?-r Ar.lnndhu <Hrr, Walker. .Icremle Octor??r 17
Oreytown 24 and Port UsBoa 2rt. with nuise to Rim Kor
?.I * KalOCfc. Arrive.! al rhe Rnr at 11:10 p m, ?,??.
vmher 3. ?
Steamer Adlronda.k (Br), Baa* n, Mnt;?ton lfl. Savanllla
10. rartaawna 32. B'.ack Rlrtr and Savanna la Mar '.'? and
Kingston 'J'J with Wda? and 7 cat.in passenger? to IMm
Korwood A Kelloek Arrived at th? lt.?r at 1 ,V> n m '
.st?am-r M.i.Uav Rennett iBr?. Sch?n-k. Halifax \ s
\o\emher 1. tn tmlln-.' t.. Comniendal CabM To. \rrlve.i
at the itar al IM p m.
Bttamtf Terrier (Nor!, H?r?. guehec OetotsnT 2? In
hallaet to Kunch. F.dy? A Co. Arrived at the Itar at 12:30
p m
stumer Hudson, Kemble, New <)r>an?, with md.e ?n.?
paaatngtra lo i: s AU?n ?n'1
Steamer Pawn??. Ro*iln?nn, Wllmlngton. wllh mdie ?o
W l* i'Ivde m ' ?'?
Steamer f>ne|.l.i. < tilrh.Bter. WllmlnCtOR, with md?e to
W I* Ciyd? ft CO in>: Oaa-tsi W t'lyd-, a? reported last
nltht?.
Ste?mer llahana. from Havana, passed In at Sandy
II,...k ar H ?.', p m. *
Snn.ly Hook, Nov 3? Wind ?oiitheast; moderate br?ete
clear.
CUBARED.
Bt?ainar 1*1 Norte, Hawthorne, New Orleans?I T v.?
Sickle. **"
Steamer ?'ottate f'lty. Rennett, Tortland. Me?Horatio
St*imer .lime.town. Hulpher?. Norfolk ?nd Newnor?
New? Did DomlBiOfl S? Cfl, '
Steamer Teutonic din. Cameron, Liverpool?H M Ker
' SAILED.
?teamtr? Kan.a. City tUr). for BruUol; S trabo i.Br).
DECORATIVE MINIATURES*
Tlie charming rooms and corners wo
havp created in our show rooms are
"pictures in little" of our work as
decorators, when applied to a whole
house.
Delicacy, quaintness, color, splen?
dor, are all represented. A Louis
XVI. reception room on our first floor
is so exijuisitelv dainty in detail as to
recall the finish of a butterfly's wing
under the microscope; while near by,
is a lantern-lighted Moorish corner in
perfect contrast, aglow with rich, half
barbaric coloring. On our seventh
floor a delightful eosey comer satis?
fies any picturesque ideal.
Seeing these corners may give you
ideas worth coming far to obtain.
"?urorTMa aaakcr"
Ofio. C.Flint Co.
4G.-4S ?v*o 4T WEST 88'Sl.
NEAR BROADWAY.
FACTORY? 154 A\D 18? WEST lOTH ST.
The result?just as you wanted it?i
makes one feel right!
You will feel just right in one of
our imported English or ?Scotch
Cheviot Suits, to order ?1(1.00. Over?
coat 118.00, made from Norwalk or
Worumbo Kersey, satin or wool lined
throughout.
We give present and future protec:
tion! Money back or a year's guaran?
tee!
Sample?, FaahlM Review, an.i Measuring Guide mailed
ARNHEIM,
Broadway and 9th St.
HOPE'S
FINE CHOCOLATES, Fifty
Cents a Pound, delivered Free m
U. S. 41 Nassau St., N. Y. City.
ESTARLISHKD 1801.
HANKIN30N
STEAM CARPET CLEAMX? WORKS.
altering, Relaying. ?to._IB East J?7I1? St.
-i
Manchester; ????orgle (Rr). Liverpool; Havel (Or)
?remen, El Nort*. New orlean?; ?Ity of Kingston ?Rr?
l'ort Antonio, Jnmestown, Norfolk anil Newport Newa
K?i|. kerbocker, New-Orleana; city of Augu?ta, Savannah!
August KirtT ??en, Klunlitn*.
THK MOVEMENTS OK STEAMERS.
Steamer Km? (Ger), Nlcrleh. from Mediterranean porta
fir New Vork, peaeed Gibraltar November 2.
Steamer Mannhelm (der), Ochelman. from New-Yort
October 20, for Lindon an.l South Shields, pa s J.'d th.
Lizard November 2.
Ste-imer Armenia (Ger), Magln. from New-York ?Vt-ih*.
21. f.ir Hamburg. passed l'rawle l'oint November 3.
Steamer Craft ? Bit. Robinson, from New-York Oct.bei
1H. for lyUth and Dundee, passed Ounnet Head N..\em?
ber 3.
Steamer Ixlon <Rr). Nl?h, from Japan and China fo*
New York, pa??e<l Gibraltar November 8.
Steamer I'erela (Oert. 8plle.lt. fr->m Hamburg for New
York. ?*Maed the l?le of Wight November 8.
Steamer Schiedam iliutrhi, I ?til t. (mm New York Octo?
ber 17. for Amsterdam, paused the I.Uar.l November 8.
Steamer Sir Richard ?'.renvllle ?Rr). OUI. sailed fron
Genoa for New York o.-t-.h.-r SI
Steamer Maakelvne (Helg). Ru??ell. from Montevideo,
?ailed fr?^m I'ernambuco, for New York November 1.
Steamer Kal?er Wilhelm II (Oert. Hogemann. fro?
New-York October 17. arrived at Genoa ?Vtober 31.
Steamer Kensington (Rr). Rond, from New-York Oct?
ber 21. arrived st Antwerp November 1.
Steamer Werkendam (Dutch). Roggeveen. from New.
York October 1?. arrived at Rotterdam November 2.
Steamer Mongolian iHr). Moore, from Montreal Octobai
23, arrived at Liverpool November 3.
Steamer Obdain ?Dutch?, Rousen, from New-York foi
Rotterdam. pa?*ed Solllv November 3.
Steamer Rorsmore illri. ?'roskery, from Montreal ant
Quebec for Liverpool, passed Tory Island November 3.
Steame? I*ahn (Oer). Hellmer?. from New-York foi
Southampton and Riemen, passed ?he Lizard November S
Steam?r Conemaugh. Heinmann, from New-York tot
Hull, pawed Prawle Point November 3.

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