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WESTCHESTER COUNTY.
WHITE PLAINS.
The annual session of the Hoard of Supervisors of
Westchester Cottar* begins next Monday. On that
day the Board will meet for organization and on the
following day a? a Board of County Canvassers. Con?
sidera ??;<? latsrest is expressed among politicians gen?
et.,.!y as to who ?ill he the chairman this year. The
Hoard la Republican 1 y a large malority. and from
tltn?' out : mind, when th.- Hepubil-ans have haa
Control. Ihe chairman ha? Invariably been a Sure?
visor from one- of the upper tosrna of the county, me
fact thai the two cities of Mount Vernos and ?unkers
i.ow Bend tsre'.ve members to the Hoard, of which at
the presen I time ten are K.-publlcans, is like.y to
Chan?..- matters, considerably. It looks as if there
would be in the Republican caucus st least twelve
?rotes In fav ir of a candidate for chairman from lower
Westchester. and that that candidate will be either
Gideon W Davenport, of New-Koch?'.!?-, or Charles
it. ii.-.;. --.,-v. of Ifonkers, with a possible nine or
Isa v ?tes .'..i Joaeph ? Bee, of North Castle, to whom,
under .lo old order of things, the honor would un?
doubtedly have pone, he being the mi?' experienced
member of the ?card eligible to ths ofllce. The only
other candidate who could have contested the nomi?
nation of Hi Bee amona thi Republican Supervisors
of the upper t iwm Is Pi inch* M Carpenter, of New?
castle, now County Treasurer-elect. A rood deal
more tii.m th?? honor of securing the election of ths
?jtrssldlng officer of lh? Board I- ai stake, however.
For years the towns in the low? : n ?rtlon of the county
Btava complained of a discrimination ?gains) them it?
the matter of the equalisation of assessments Ton
kers, f,,r Instance, claims ;h?t r-n?- unjustly pay?
pearly a third of the ? ntlre taxe of the county. New?
Rochelle feels that ?>>? ? tyg |,,., heavy a proportion of
the atintia. tax i?-vy, and the same li tne case with
t!i" other town? c' thai part if Westchester. As tho |
chairman appoints the committees of the Board, i
amone wfflcn li the Committee on Equalisation of As?
sessments, the upper ; iwns are greatly exercised over
the way matters stand.
Yc.nkf.rs.
Yorkers came- out BObly for McKinley, round
money and protection on Tuesday, the city going
Republican by a plurality of nearly 1.SN, The re?
turns w.-re '.ate in being received, a number o? wards
not being heard from complete til! an early hour yes?
terday morning. \\"hea theojr wer., all tabula:-,l |(
was found that the Presidential ticki?t had won by
a plurality of MS, and the Republican State ticket
by a plurality of M. Wi?inm I.. Ward. th?. Repub- |
ll;*an nominee for Congress, reOehred a plurality of
'<"?", and Alfred K. Smith, Republican nominee for
Assembly for the 1st District of Westchester County,
? plurality of M T ie Republicans elected five of
their sev?-n oaadldatea for Ald.-rm?'n by majorities
ungring from ST to IfL The new Common ?'ouncll
will stand IS Republicana and 4 Democrats. Palmer
a'j.e- Buchnef t- Wived only 117 votes, showing
that a large? number of the Sound Money Democrats
*>iled for McKinley. '/u; of a total registration of
/J54, 7,i"7 persons voted. Returns were> receive*!
ai a number or' places. The Young Men's Repub?
lican Club was a; ::i?- hall of the Teutonta S <?ety,
and the Line?la Leg.on received at Its headquarters,
in Wartnirioii-ave.
The Yonkers Ath!"tic Association's football team
defeated tne Oovernor's Island team al Ludtow
Park on Tuesday by a score of 12 to 0. The Yonkers
Field Club's team '.'.as defeated DJ? the Naval He
serves' team at the Held m North Broadway by a
score of i to ij. t?n Tuesday evening the basket-!.,?n
team of tlie -ith Separate Company defeated a team
compos? d of members of the Palisade Rout Club by
a BOOM of ' to e.
Th.s evening the third lectura In the course, of the
Yonk.-rs Society for University Extension will be
delivered ,n the hall of the Woman's Institute. In
Pallaade-ave The topic is "Early Phases of the
Eastern Quest! -n." Th.- Rev. s. Parkes Cadman, of
New-York City, will lecture under the auspices of
the Young Men's Christian Association to-nieht on
the "(ire?; Trio?Thackeray, Dickens nnd George
Kliot." To-morrow evening Captain "Jack" Craw?
ford, the poet scout, lectures under the auspices of
Hitching Post. r*,. A. R.
Mr?. Ellen Walworth. of New-York City, gave an
interesting talk yesterday a: the Woman's Institute
on "Parliamentary Procedure In Woman'p Organiza?
tions."
NEW-ROCH ELLE.
The women of Larchmont have arranged for an
oraran recital and entertainment on November 19.
In aid of the choir fund of St. Augustine's Church.
The funeral of Charles H. Hawkins, president
of the Rochelle Park Association, was held yes?
terday at his home in Rochelle Park. Mr. Haw?
kins was a resilient of New-Roehelle for ten years?,
and was connected with the American Hank Note
Company In New-York. He was sixty-four years
old, and leaves a widow and three children.
At the regular monthly meeting of the Hoard of
Village Trustees President Clarke announced his
veto of the resolution to expend $2.500 for native stone
for tho ?-epair of the str?-ets, as the money could
not bo legally voted until the next tax levy is
made. The I.archmont Kleetrie Company pre?
sented Its petition for a franchise, and the right
to construct a plant and erect poles and furnish
light, power and heat to consumers. The petition
was made a special order for a meeting to b<- held
on November 6.
Miss Josephine Thompson, daughter of William
Thompson, of New-York, and John Nb-lnon, will
be married on next Tuesday afternoon In St. John's
Episcopal Church, in Larchmont, by the Rev.
Richard Cobden, assistant rector of St. Mark's
Church, New-York. The bridesmaids are to be
Miss Porker and Miss Lowell, and Jameson Cot
ting will be the boat man. Following the wedding
a reception will be held at the home of the bride's
ulster, Mrs. George O. Murray.
The first annual exhibit of the Xew-Rochelle
Chrysanthemum Society will be held In the gym?
nasium on Friday and Saturday. A musical pro?
gramme will be given on both evenings. Prizes
?arlll be awarded as follows: Class A. for the best
collection of bush plants, of not less than five,
first and second prize; Class B, for the best collec?
tion of single stern plants, first and second i.rlz.-;
Class C, for the best collection of plants of any
form, first and second prize; class E, for the best
single specimen plant Iti bloom, any form, first
nntl second prize; Claaa F, for a dozen cut blooms,
long-stemmed, of any or all colors, first and sec?
ond prize. Mrs. Henry A. Hiebrecht, the president
of the society, has ?iffercd a handsom?- palm for
the best floral design.
The Hoard of t'overnors of the NeW'Rochelle
Rowing club will meet to-morrow night. It le ex?
pected that a numl.er of new members will bo
elected, and that the House Committee will make
Its report on entertainments for the winter.
MOUNT VKRNON.
Tha proposition to appropriate $193,000 for a muni?
cipal building and site was defeated at Tttaaday'B
elactlOD by 129 votes. The vote In favor of the
various sites submitted was as follows: Hartley
Park. 1,002; Flrst-st. and Seeond-ave., MBi Rurton
TraeL 2S2. There Is a movement to re-submlt the
question at the next municipal election, on the
ground that the National election overshadowed
Its Importance and that It did not receive due
consideration from the voler?.
David Summ?-rfaf'ld. a merchant In Smith Fourth
ave.. on going to his store yesterday morning
found that thieves had tried to rut the panels
from the rear door.
Frank Gugll.-rmo, the Italian, who Is accused of :
murdering Antonio Itomano, In West Mount Ver
non. on Sunday. S, planter 2?i. was captured In |
New-York yesterday, and brought to the Police !
Headquarters in this city by I'.itrolman Emt.er.
Gugliermo has a record for eluding the police. |
It Is alleged that in Italy he killed two men, and
was In hiding in the woods for more than a year.
existing as a wild man. He was captured and
aerved fourteen years In a prison In Naples.
The Dannr.'Uther concert, under the auspices of
th* WastchetTter Woman's Club, will be held In
Wlllard Hall to-morrow night. Mrs. Orrlt Smith,
aoprano. will asi-lst Mr. and Mrs. Dannreuther.
The game of football on Kl?ctlon Day beiw.cn
Mount Vernon and White Plains resulted In a
aevere drubbing for White Plains; ?core 12 to 0.
RYE AND PORT CHESTER.
The citizens of Portchester are arranging for a re?
ception to be held on Saturday night In honor of
William L. Ward's election to Congress. The Repub
Uoans of Westchester ?County and of Mr. Ward's old
home, Greenwich, Conn., will be Invited to take part.
The demonstration will open with a parade, and there
?rill also be music, speeches and fireworks. The pa?
rade will be review??! by many prominent Rapubll
cana. Among the spt-akers expected are General
Jam et O'ltlome. Henry Henderson, William L. Ward
and probably C. C. Shayne. James 8. Merrltt has bsafl
select.-u as grand marshal for the occasion, and a
committee, of which J. Alvord Peck Is chairman, will
have charge of the arrangements.
Among some of the unusual and inspiring scenes
witnessed In Rye on Elsctlofl Pay was that furnished
by Charle? Orear, a well-known New-York business
man. Mr. Greet, with his two sons, coachman and
farmhfnd?, was driven from his country' horn.- In
Purchase-st. to the polling-place in a farm wagon.
The wagon wa. d??corated with flag.? and bunting, and
large sign? on both sides read: "We are Sound M mcy
Democrats, going to ca-<t our votes for McKtnb-y and
Hobart. And don't you forget It." Mr. <iiecr also
8tretch??d a large American flag from the trees in the
front of his housf, uj>on which he displayed the follow?
ing exhortation to his neighbors: "Feliow-townstnen,
Wte for McKinley and Hobar: and Prosperity."
Purdy G. Sands la one of the few. If not the only
Democrat In We.?u-ht>sier County who was successful
on Tuesday. He was re-elected Recel ver of Taxes
for the town of Rye, over J. J. Groves, by 220 plural?
ity. Mr. Sand? wa? on both of the Democratic ticket?.
ST. ANDREWS.
Professional matches of eighteen holes, match play,
will be played on the links of old St. Andrews Golf
Club to-morrow and Saturday. It !? an invitation
"tournament oih-?i to well-known professionals. The
first round will be played to-morrow afternoon and
the second on Saturday morning, followed hv the
final? in the afternoon. There air four prise.?.?first,
?400; second, $50: third, $30; fourth.$20.and competitor?
.who do not win a prite receive II', for expenses. Su?
perintendent Swan has the grounds In excellent con?
dition, and new recoids may be made.
DOBBS PERRY.
Tb* Toung People's Literary Society held a resru
lar tnaatlng In the courtrooa, on Monday evening,
snd arranged a schedule for the winter.
The carriage belonging to R. E. Ashley, which
disappeared from the ateSrhboat wharf and was
thourht to have been stolen, has been found In
the Hudson River by D. E. Konklln
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TARRYTOWN.
The Tarrytown McKinley and Hobart Club is
making preparations to hold a parade In honor
of McKinley'? election. It will also probably take
part In the demonstration In honor of tho ?lection
of William i.. Ward to Congress
A social meeting of the Woman's Christian Tcm
fierance I'nlon was held at the home of Miss Four*
eaon Tuesday evening.
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LOXG IS LA XI) XOTES.
THE STORY OF FOUR Ht'NTF.RS. A QCAIL.
A HOR8E AND A CAT. IN WHICH THE
LAST NAMED CAME OPT FIRST.
James II. Young, ?/?orge E. Glover. Daniel Tuthlll
and Walter Tuthlll. well-known residents of Orient,
started from him?- In search of quail on Tuesday.
They drove to Orient Point and Long Hea?-h. where
they bunted for gam?-, but only ?m.- quail was shot,
and this was I rought down by Walter Tuthlll. The
horse that th-y had was extremely frisky, and
when returning he lifted his hind feet and BCnl
thern ov-r the dashboard, one of them striking
George clover in th.- chest, severely bruising him,
and tin- other Isndlng full m the stock of Waltsr
Tuthill's gun, r. lining it to atoms. Walter Tuthlll.
on rssehlna home, dressed ihe quail and wenl into
the hens.- for BOOM want" to was), the bird. He re?
turn-.I lust in -im?? to s"- :\ p.i cat running away
with th.- quail in its mouth. Tuthlll started for th"
cat. but Hi.- eut nul quail disappeared beneath the
house tbretigh a small hole in the foundation. Now
Tuthlll declares he will r?cure s new gun and shoot
the ?at- His wife savs he will net. Tin cat, al lasl
accounts, was alive, and not mindful of the threats
made sgalnst him.
THE DEER SEASON OPENED.
The deer sfason et>enod on Long Island yesterday.
Pnder the new law shooting ?s allowed only on
Wednesdays in Novemlier. There were hundreds of
gunners In the woods yesterday morning. Some ha 1
come from New-York and P.rooklyn. and all were
eager to bring down the first deer. The hunters say
thea-e will probably be more killed than In several
years. Around the Islips i? the part of the district
which Is mostly chosen by the hunters. The Kir.
Fin and Feather Cl'ib and members of the South S'.d,
Sportsmen's Club were among the first to start out ,
yesterday. Tw? ? ty-thtee deer were killed within a
radius of'four miles of S.iy ville.
CAPTAIN T. P. WARREN KILLED.
A message was received In Southampton yesterday
morning from San Francisco telling of the death of
Captain T. P. Warren, who was returning home from
a whaling voyage In the Arctic Ocean. Captain
Warren was in a small boat, when it was struck by
a whale and crushed. The Captain was Instantly
killed. He leaves a wlduw and family, who Uve
here.
STATEX ISLAXD HAPPEXIXOS.
Joseph Kienzler, a driver employed by the Hechte!
Rrewing Company, die?1 at the Smith Infirmary yes?
terday as the result of a fractured skull he received
on Tuesday morning. Klenzler's wagon W'as run into
by a Midland trolley-car in Broad-st., Stapleton, and
he was thrown to the street with terrific foroa
The Midland Railroad Company, which started to
lay trolley tracks In Wrlg?n-st.. Stapleton. early ?in
Tuesday morning, was yesterday enjoined by Philip
Wolf, a property-owner, from continuing the wotk
until his Injunction Is argu? d In court.
"Rert" Jollne, of Tot (en ville, who recentlv ran Into
a wagon whl'.e riding his bicycle on the Am'boy Road,
died tin Tuesday from his injuries.
A meeting will be held In Wygant's Ball, Port Rich?
mond, this evening to organize a prohibition club.
The Staten Island Hoat Club will hold a "smoker"
on Saturday evening.
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LOCAL BUSINESS COMPLICATIOXS.
THE INTERNATIONAL l'KRMANENT EXHITtlTION
COMPANT'fl rnoI'KKTY ATTAfllFTV-THE
CI.KMMOXS FAIM'KK.
Deputy Sheriff Carraher yesterday took charge of
the place of business of Hlsch'iff & Adler, c'.oak
manufacturers at Nos. f>37 and 539 Rroadway, on an !
execution for I14.S64 in favor of tho National Park I
Hank, the firm allowing Judgment to be tak- :i
ngilnst them on a demand note. The Coroner also i
received a writ of replevin from Epstela P.rothirs
f??r SMSS worth of goods. The partners are Max |
Blschoff and Leon A. Adler. The former ptart.d
the business in 1S83. and the latter has basa a part
BSff since June, lb?3. They did a large btttlMsa and
claimed a capital of Qfa\SSS on January 1 last. A
few weeks ago rumors wire clreulat.il about tho
firm's condition, but It was stated then that tlvy
had asrets largely in excess of th.-lr liabilities; that
they had a large stock of goods on hand, and had
outstanding accounts amounting to lUtlSOg, while
the liabilities were about 1100.000, of which N0.000
was to the trade for merchandls?; and the balance
for loans and deposits
A meeting of creditors of William F. Clemmons,
wholesale dealer in woollens at No. 20 Llsp?nnrd-st.,
was held yesterday at his office. Mr. Braman was
chAlrman. Herman Joseph, on l>eh?.lf of Mr. Clem?
mons, made a statement that th?' llabllltlea are
about 150,000; nominal assets, ll?l.O?., an?l actual
assets at least 170.000, of which there was stock.
J20000, and good active accounts, SSM0& Not a writ
of any kind has been Issued against Mr. Clemmons.
and all hl? cr-dltors will await, the report of a com?
mittee appointed to investigate his affairs.
Deputy Sheriff I.oub has placed k. .-p.-rs In charge
of the place of business of the International Perma?
nent Exhibition Company, at Lexlngton-ave, and
Forty-lhlrd-st., on an attachmen* for $-'..'j7& in favor
of Henry B, McDowell on an asslarned claim for
money lent to the company by William T. Parks, of
Hartford. Conn., who was treasurer of tne com?
pany. The attachment was obtained on the ground
that the company is a New-Jersey corporation. Ii
was form?-d In June, lu??",, with a capital stock of
$300.0no. and succeeded the Pan-American Company.
John P. Everett has beeii appointed receiver of
the ?'osmos Mining Land and Investment Company,
of No. M Wall-st,, whose principal OfflCS is at Ball
Lake City, 1,'t th, on the application of Richard H.
Klmber. who was unable to collect a Judgment for
$611 against the company.
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THE BOA.RD OF EDUCATION BUST.
A NVW BIOM Pr-IIOOL IK CONTEMPLATION?MISS
MEP.RII.I.S SALARY INCKKASEI?.
The Board of Education transacted a great deal of
business In a two hours' session yesterday afternoon.
Commissioner Beneville proposed a resolution au?
thorizing the City Superintendent to transfer children
from one school to another in such a way that the
children attending the school, should be residents
of the neighborhood In whl. i their school I? situated
as nearly as postlble. Commissioners Prentlss and
Holt urged delay, and favored a referenc? to the
Corporation Counsel for a legal opinion, but Commls
! ?loner Hfnevllb's motion, which only applies to chil
: dren who have failed to get school accommod?t.on,
I wa? adopted.
| Commissioner Hubbell announced that the Com?
mittee on High School Sites had In view temporary
premifes for a new high school capable of accom?
modating 3,000 pupils. He relieved it could ba got
ready for occupation within three months, he raid.
The report of the Committee of Instruction reeom
' mending an additional number of new books as Stilt
' able for school use, was adopted.
| The salary of Dr. Jenny B. Merrill, appointed super?
visor of kindergarten? a few weeks ago, at $2,'??i a
year, was Increased to $2,500. Comml-'ioner Hubbell
acted as Miss Merrill's champion, asserting in i
vigorous speech that the ?alary awarded to Mis.
Merrill by the Hoard was Insufficient and did not
compare with the salaries paid to .Imitar Instructor.
In other cities Commlssl .nets Strauss and Ketchum
unsuccessfully opposed lb. motion, the Hoard by
twelve votes to nine finally deciding to sanction the
Increased salary.
BIG DAMAGE DONE BY GAS EXPLOSION.
An explosion among some photographer's chem?
icals, In the three-story building, No. 81,"> Broad?
way, attar midnight on Tuesday, did about $7'..>>>i
worth of damage. Da Young's portrait stu.llo and
the Broadway Bargain Store occupy the building.
The explosion was In l?e Young's workroom. It
blew a lot of glass out onto the skl<-waik In Broad?
way, at the ?ame time sitting the building on fire.
! A citizen who was passing saw the flame, and
? ran down Broadway looking for a policeman. He
' run Into th?- arms of Acting Sergeant Hertz, of th?>
' Mercer-st. station, who was hurrying up the street
and the sergeant sent in an alarm of fir?-. ? "hl.-f
' Bonner arrlve?l soon afterward, and another alarm
I was thought necessary to save the adjoining houses.
The firemen kept the flames from these buildings
but could do nothing for the bargain store or the
photographer's ?tudlo. All three floors were
I gutted.
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PROFESSOR BVRR'S DENIAL.
Professor George L. Burr, of Cornell I'niverslty,
and consulting historical expert to the 1'nlted
States Yenesuelan Commission, who has Just re?
turned to this country from his Investigations
abroad, has emphatically denied the remarks con?
cerning the results of those investigations which
were attributed to him by a fellow-passenger on
the Teutonic, and which were mentioned In the
New-York papers. Professor Burr has written an
??amest denial In a letter to The Tribune. He say.
that he has formed no conclusions on bis examina?
tion of records, much lea. talked about.
IX THE CYCLING WOULD.
THE RACE FOR THE WILSON TROPHY.
VOTES FOB THE L A. XV. STATE OFFIOEltS ALL IN
?THE nrciMK.N M THE IROQCOIS WHEEL
M EX'S ROAD CONTEST.
The twenty-fiv??-m:ie road race of the Kings
County Wheelmen, .or the Wilson Trophy, over tho
Valley Stream course, on Election Day, was an ex?
cellent race. C. T. Earl won the first place and
first time from the scratch mark, and also created
a new State MSOTd for twenty miles. Record trials
Will be continued by the members as long as the
Weather will p-rmlt. The fifty and one hundred
mil?- road recf.nl will he tried for, If the proper
pacing machines ran be Becursd, and if the op
portunity is afforded, the twentarflve-mlle record
win i," tu..i for by either Earl or Relyea, paced
bj several big machines. The Kings County
Wheelmen quad team Is keeping In trim to assist
the members.
The ballots for the officers of the New-York
Slate DiVtStOU of th- L. A. W . are all In. and the
Official count will take place at tl.e olfi, , s of tic
iihision ,m Saturday. The ''-Minting win be ?ion.?
by the members of the Rules and Regulations
Commit'.-.'. wr.i--h consist.? of C. It. Iti-nson, J.
Stuart Kelly and Frederick !.. RodtTWSld.
The decision In the Iroquots WhesTa road race
on the Hols,,n County Boulevard on Election Day
vos announced yesterday. It is us follows: Win
n.-r. w Cshel c. minutes), time, B-JJS; .1. Wlramer,
Iroquols Wheelmen (3 minutes), second: K. i.i
eome, M ere un ('velera (15 seconds), third; A.
Michel. Iroquols Wheelmen (scratch), fourth.
a meeting of the Executive ?'ummittee of the
Quill club Wheelmen win be h-id at the clubroom
in ihe Trad Society Luiuing on Friday afternoon.
Tho Greenwich Wheelmen are making arrange?
ments fur their ."intviai entertainment and recep.
tlfin. whi"h this year will Include a bicycle drill,
to be held at the l-z-xlngtun Opera House, on No?
vember I?.
Cyclists desiring to Join the League of American
Wheelm.-n may obtain full printed Information and
membership blanks by sending names snd addresses
to tl.o Cycling Editor, Tribune.
A RIOTors AXD TURBULENT OFFICER.
THE OI'TRAOFinCi? AT Of? a MEMRER OF THE
POLICE roRCE.
With all the enthusiasm In front Of The Tribune
Building on Tuesday night the multitude of people
needed no police interference. There was unavoid?
able crowding, as the surging throng had to give
way to the cable-cars and hotvecsra from time to
time, but there were no Indications of bad fe?llng or
of violence. Everybody appeared to be happy and
disposed to regard the convenience of others as
much as possible. Several policemen were In the
crowds, and did their duty with tact and skill when
they were called on to clear the waj foi cara or
prevent the sidewalk? from being blockaded. ?111
eiily one of them behaved In a manner to call for
censura lie waa Policeman James p. Kelly of the
Eighth Predn it, who ha I been senl down to ail the
p ill.:' the 1*0 ,r;h Precinct in preventing accidents
In the crowds.
Policeman Kelly attracted the attention of many
persons by his rod?- and violent behavior, and some
thought he was under the influen?a "f llqu >r. He
pushed snd hauled people about, toll them to move
on. and berat.-d them when they Insisted on remain?
ing to look a: the bulletins. He pushed on.. ?,:,! man
so roughly a? to throw him down, si, i he f en wem
bo far a? to push a woman violently. Al lengl
seized hold of V. I.. Hirnes, .? y,,'ins mail In the
employ of The Tribuna Art Department, who ? is
earrylng message* between the business office .ml
the man who wsa running the stereoptlcon. Grab?
bing Bsrnea by the coat roller he t"id ium that he
w i? under arrest for '?- ?rderly condu t, u--1 ; pro
ceeded : i drag ; ',? > - :.? man i il Of I ie crowd
Although Mr Veoll, one of the artists, tried I
explain '.h>- sltustlon th" policeman :<".k Barnes a
prisoner to the Biatlon In Osli ? V? ?rlj oni bun?
,i'. i pei - ? ?.?,!.!.-, - -. - is si
outrage. Mr. Y- ill iccomi i . ?
,?..,-..?'?., Ret - ? ? V ?? . " . ?
Harnes was simply carrying messages when he was
arrested and thai iheri lui i ? .
policeman'?
the p ?'. *m in had to say ai
Barnes, The doors of the si
against the crowd thai follow? I the p
m hen B trnes a i- -??? a I leave thi
w?-re hearty cheers.
Among the persons In the crowd a ? i red thai
the pollci man h id icti i itrag y snd save
names to Rtirnes, with the stai would
wllllngl) '? wl.? ? if a c'lnpiiitit w.i? made ?>
the Police Commissioners, were Dr deorga F Csi
. f No. 112 K.i-t Xlm ??:??? E. Miller, of N
Qotd-st., Brooklyn; William Home. -,? \ : ?,;. .\
Isntlc-ave., Brooklyn Samuel K Raum, '.'?
t,.-? a; No m", c -. ?:. .n-! a. lira? . an > ?
t?. ,:. ;it No. 2.?'"> Thlrd-a? ? -.
A STRIKE o Y THE ST. PAUL BUILDING.
The workman empl if/ed Bil Ihe Rt. Paul Building.
nt Broadway and Ann-at., struck yesterday by
order of the Hoard of Walking I t.-l.-gnt. ??. bscatiss
th.- painters employed on th.- structura wera dolni
varnishing work. The paint.-rs and varnish-r?
have ??parate unions, and th.- Walking 1).-legale
of the varnlshcrs ol.Je-te.l to tl.e p.iint<-r? doing
varnlshlr.g, asserting that It should ba done b]
the men of his union only. The builders of the
structure are Hoblnson A Walla.?.. They sublet
Ihe contracts fr,r the carpenter work and th?
painting and varnishing to Contractor lledden.
Th?? latter then sublet the contract for the paint?
ing ami varnishing to a man named Bwarb. The
painters employed by Bwarb belong to the Herrn.u,
Painters' I 'nloi
Robinson*A Wallace stated yesterday that aboul
lvi rnsn wera out on strike, and thai a number <>'
other, had been compelled to .top work on th?
building lu COnaequeni .-. Tin y also Bald that th.
plumbers, carpenters, Ironworkers, ma-".!." nn.l
masons- helpers wera ??ill at work. A repre
five of the firm Bald that the building was to hav?
been completer?, on January 1. but >??? many alt?sr?
tlons have been road, in th.- Interior work Its
completion was now Impossible. The basement ami
first floor have been leased by a banking com?
pany, and the ?ntire basement is now being fitted
up with bank vaults.
?
MAY NOT PROTEST PRINCETON'S PLAYERS.
Boston, Nov. 4. This morning'. "Herald" says:
It now looks as If Harvard's Investigation Into the
st: nding of Galley ?rid Balrd, of Princeton, as r.
gards their eligibility to play In next Saturday's
game would not result In i rotestlng these two m?n.
Up to a late hour last right Captain Dean, of th.
baseball Kam. who has been looking up ilall.-y ninl
Balrd, had not returned to Cambridge; but from
Princeton com. ? th.- Information thai Harvard la
not likely to protest either man. The Herald" is
In reclpt of positive Information thai Qalley played
football a: Lafayette In IM ..ici ly,'J. and that Io?
was a stu.but at Lafayette In ly.; [n .),,. ?alter
yi-ar ??alley entered the McCorunk Theological
s- hool .? r Chicago He entered Princeton in IBM,
and was a substitute guard on th? 'Varsity. In
IMC he played in lha Yale gam... Galley baa been
playing football for th.- las) six years, but it ap?
pear that he Is still eligible to play at Princeton
Ibis \. ..i
Although Baird In a member of the Princeton
'Varsity, lie is in a peculiar position regarding in.
studi.-s. lb- entered college la ; year, but. failing
to pasa his examination, last June, he now takes
his studi.-s in irreal pan wlih the ent?rine ?lass,
und by th-- faculty is regarded as a <M ?nan.
A HI NT CLUB INCORPORATED.
Albany. N. T., Nov. 1?The Meadow Brook
St'-eplcrhas.' Association, of Westbury. Queens
County, was Incorporated In-,lay with the Secre?
tary of State to raise and Improve the bT8.ll of
horses anil to . ?induct race no-clings. The capital
is $M.i.?i. Tb?- directors are c. Ajb. t-r Stevens and
Stanley Mortimer. Bf Roslyn; Robert I. Stevens of
Hoboken, N. .1 ; Ralph N. Kills, of Westbury and
Sidney I). Klpley, of Henipstiai!
HOCKEY PLAYERS SEEKING A MATCH.
The Niagara Fall? Hockey team, who have I.n
for th?- l?nt two years champions ?if the eastern
division of the Southern Ho.key Association, are
planning a lour through the Baatern State? about
th.- first or-second week In January, and |f satis?
factory arrangements can be made would Ilk?- to
play an exhibition game with a learn In this city
This <'anadian game being comparatively new In
this S'.ati, would no doubi be appreciated by the
athletic public. The secretary of tha club i?
James C. luvidson. Miagara Kails, ont.
-?,
IT WANTS To LAY MAINS IN Tilt: STREET.
The Standard Gas Company has applied to the
Commissioner of Public Works for psrmlaatOfl to
lay its main? In West Flfty-fourth-st , between
Seventh and Ninth aves. The str<-?-t has already
been pretty well crowde'l with the btg pip.? of
tia- Fast River, L.miMbi.- and Consolidated Qaa
companies, and the Department doubts If any?
more are dealred by the residents of the street.
When the application was made Deputy I'ominh
??onur W:ids asked If the Stan.bird had any cus?
tomers In Fifty-fourth-.;?., and was answer. ,1 In
th.- negative. He s.,1,1 that he kn.-w of prop.-rtv
owners In that street who wera Opposed to an?
more gas mains. He therefore gave notice f)f a
public hearing on the qu.-stlon to be held at th?
nepartment offices, in the Amerl. i.n Tract Corn
pan's Building, to-morrow at 2 p m
A little long for ?h?rt trouserg.
"I ran*, bf-ar to see my boy in such
a suit; ho looks a litt lo old man" is
the usual remark at tho trying on of
first lon# trousers.
Mothers will appreciate our success
this season?first long-trousor suits
that look boyish.
Hut, this success makes last sea?
son's lonrr-trousor suits exceedingly
cheap?sizes 12 to 15, $>*? and $10.
Kogeks, Purr & Co.
I'rlnce nn1 BroSdWaf.
Whip n ami Broadway.
Thirty ?. <? -n?l ir.d Rroa !\vr".
WHEAT MARKET STRONGER.
A GOOD RISE A? A RESULT OF THE 80CND
MDNKT VICTOKT.
Chicago, Nov. 1?Wheat to-day opened with n
rush lit an ndviinc?- of 2-n cent? over Monday'.?
figures. Influenced by unusually strong Liverpool
prices and by the sound-money success on Tues?
day. Tbera was, however, so much realizing by
those who had IioukIH wheat In anticipation of
the pound-money success that the first prices
proved the best of the aeaalon. December opened
at "\ cents, sold between 77?Si cents anil TH1? cents
and closed at T*Vi cents, Liverpool's opening ad?
vance was equal to 2'o cents a bushsl over Tues?
day, arc! equal to an advance of 5 cents over the
last price.? of Mondajr. The feature of the day
In the pit was tin- taking of profits. Tbere were
several lines of about MMM bushels, each of which
had been bought Monday, ami which showed a
profit to day of 2 to .1 cents a bushel, and which
were sold out. Th'-re were good-sized seaboard
clearanne ?WtjH$ bushels?but most points reported
figures of two ?lays. Receipts In the Northwest
for fort>-eight hours were 2,00 cars. Last week
tie y were l.jos mid last year \Jtti for one day. The
Increase In tie- world's visible? 2,235,000 bushels
was not much over SO per cent of last year's In?
en as.-.
San Francisco up to the time of the close here
had made ,ui advance of 7 c-nts per cental.
Th. re ?\,?? sorii" shipping business h.-re, 75.000
bushels No. I r?'d to Toledo. Local receipts
W'-r.- M cars with 17.r. estimated for Thursday.
The selling of the day* was by Bjfldwin-Farnutii,
Counselman Day and Wrenn A Ob. The buying
?ras scattered. The trade was llghl aft.-r the first
hour.
i ?n the curb "puts" on December wheat closed
-ii '."I . ? ntS, calls at 7?-'? Ccnta.
.-+.
WHEAT MARKETS ABROAD.
UVCKPOOL ADVANCES t'XDCR A fJOOO HEMAN'D
-A VntONQ RISC IN THE ii'NTI
NHSTAI. CBNTRJJCa.
Liverpool, NOV 4 The wheat market opened
stronger and M higher to-day upon the strength
of ths election "f M tKlnley, and, advancing under a
I i demand, reached a Id. rise almost Immedl
staty. Th.- market varied, selling and buying or?
dem predominating alternateljr, and subsequently
lost Id. i'i'"ti dteappolntlnc late dispatches values
broke, and there were anxious liquidation* at the
decline, i ul the buyers atworbed ths '<({? rings. The
market ' 1 ->?<? ?1 tlrtu at %d. to i:d. dearer. The sales
aggregated 260.000 quarters
London, No*v. 4 Liverpool commercial nud ship?
ping circles ?re well satisfied with ths n suit of the
Presidential election In America. In Olassjow mar?
rantlte clrcleB it i? bslknred that the r.?ult of th?
. ?.- lion will stimuli;.' exports t,> the United State?.
and th. r- t? a desire to rash raport trade ns much
aa ptnwrlWe before McKinley ink.? his ?.?tit, the
general eaps?*tatlon i?-ins that a high tart*I of at
least two cuts will be Imposed upon augar,
A leading merchant of Olaagow said to a r?-pre.
sentattve .,f the United Associated Praaata to-day
that the speculator win not h- likely to lose imy
thtng f\e?i at th" tariff mentioned, aeetng thai
sugar i*4 aslllng at 9?. a hundradwelght The
i xj.ration in mercaatlla rlrclea Is that Americans
win buy largely for December, January and Febru?
ary, leaving Burope bars, No doubt is entertained
that tie re win ba a rash in ths wiMllena and soft
BoimIs m.irk'ts, or that the Iron and steel trades
will be so bu?)' that the ?lellvry ?,f goods before
March, IMC. will b?- vlrtuully Impossible. Nhlpown
. r? do noi exp.-ct to reap any benefit from the elec?
tion, a? must st"an"-rs ar?- alre.id> churu-red for
the opening months of ISfT. The Olasgow Bxchangs
was atrong t.. day In all depiirtn?' ntfl
l-'ullowltig are t'i-dii>H Continental wheat mar
k-ts:
Amsterdam Wheal opened firm al I florins por
1,000 hUogrammes dearer, and developed gr.-at
strength on the ri-'?-ii,t ..i cable disp.it, h.'s assuring
tie- election of McKinley. a mod. rate business
win done, snd the market closed strong, I florins
higher
The Antwerp and Brussels markets opened hesl
tstlngly, but developed strength snd advanced \fi
xt fru?,'' ''"rn was steady, hut wes neglected Iti
favor "f w in at,
Parts fiant and wh?-at sellers held for nn ? x
travaganl rlss, but buyers were not doing much.
Tin- undertone was strong.
Hamburg The ton- ?.f the market waa strong,
but th? Bourse was slowly adapting its?-,f to blither
bualnesa
H-rllti Ths mark'-t opened v.-ryrttm at ltt marks
advana There was s good business, und pite.-s
?iiIvhii. .il t.. |i-.-(i.", marks, continuing to Improve
niter the officiai clos ?
Budapest Market opened strong at 2 florins ad?
ranea
The 1 ?anublan markets wer? quiet, and holder?
were very tirm.
The Russian markets were fi.l. dearer, with a
strong undertone. Russian ami llanublan fr.-lghts
were firmer at U. to la itxrve yesterday's prices.
-4>
CAPTAIN HATEIEED KILLS THREE MEN.
AN OLD FKin IRRITATKO Bt roLITU'S-THE
MritM'in-'.rt AT i.ai.ok.
Williamson, W. Vs., Nov. 4. Three men, Hcnz
Chamber, j?ihn snd Blllol Rutherford, ths former
an election officer, ware killed at ftfatew?on this
afteni'ii'li by Captain llatlleld. of Ha ttleld-McCoy
fame. An existing feud was Irritated by politics.
A large reward has been offered for Hatfleld, who
fled to the mountslns. Sheriff K.aille atul a posse
of ten men left bete tills evening in pursuit of hin.
The excltemeni is Intense, and serious trouble is
anticip?t? d
AN UNKNOWN WOMAN'S BAD FALL.
An unknown woman, while walking; "n the stone
raping Of the cut of the l'ort Morris branch of the
llsrlem Railroad, al i?n<--hundred'and-flfty^lzth
st., near Oerman Place, yesterday alternoon fell
j Into the cut, a distance of twenty feet, and sus?
tained injuries that may prove fatal. The woman
? Is unconscious, and the police cannot got any In
' formation from h-r coiiceriiliiK her Identity, The
Woman was teen In the neighborhood Tuesday
? by several schoolboys who wet?' |,laying In ihe old
assorted graveyard east of Oerman Place. She
was about there nearly all il.iy. and late In the
afternoon disappeared. Testsrday morning about
11 o'clock ?he was -ceii In Ihe same place, and at?
tracted the attention of a negro, who was crossing
ths graveyard, by mounting the stone coping of
th.- retaining wall of ths oui and walking north
toward the bridge at Oue^hundred-and-flfty-alxth
nt. When she waa within a few feel of ths bridge
, It Is thought thai she Slipped SO the rounded cap?
stones, for she was seen to fall.
Th.- woman was laksfl tO Kordham Hospital.
1 She is about thlrty-elght yens old and looks like
' a servant,
PRES LECTURE COURSE OPENS TODAY.
Th? course of free lectures to the people, under
the auaploaa of the Board of Education, win open
In twenty-three piscos to-night, al s o'clock. Dr.
n M. Lslpalgsr, ths director ?>f the ?-.?urse. has
srraaged a series of valuable courses of Instruc?
tion. Including lectures on alsctrlelty, American
history. Physiology snd hygiene, astronomy, g.-n
eral history, literature, nrt and soolul science.
Many eminent men will co-operate in this unl
v? r.slty extension movement. Including Professor
John K. Baaa, A. V.; William Jaikson. A. D.i V.
llamlln and It. Oottheli, of Columbia College;
Professor s. Woolf and O. M. Hardy, of the coi
lege of the City of New-York; ProfSSBOf C. Sprague
Smith. Charles XV. Hayton, A. J. Ciimmlngs, I'r.-sl
dl III Ma. Allster, o' the Hrexel Institute. Professor
J. r. Johnson, ?aoaalter Johnson, the Rev. w. B.
Ortffltba I?r. Wendell C. i'hllllps, I>r. II. M. Leip?
ziger, Profsaaor w. s. Party, of Pratt institute;
L*yrua C. A'.nn, and many others. All the lectures
will be Illustrated by either the ?ten-optIcon or by
??xperlmcnt.
[.??dures will be delivered to-night at the follow?
ing Maces: Qrammar School? No.?. 3 5 10 14 11
B, ?. tt. ML 51, it, R ?4. ?4. M, M, ?7, M and M?
the Institut,-, hast Hroa.lway and Jefferson-st. ;
Columbus Hall, aixtleth-st.. betw.-en Ninth and
li'.i'.K 'l.VPM ; P'Sl?*? --y?',um, One-hundred-and
Ste li. Thlrd-ave., and Primary School
For Mural Adornment.
Choleo tapestries are becoming
quite popular for wall decoration.
To the right of our main entrance
is a very handsome panel of Aubusson
tapestrv enclosed in a plain wide oak
frame. The coloring is in delicate
and subdued tints of browns, greens,
and drabs. In the foreground is the
figure of a dog, almost life size, hold?
ing a rabbit in his mouth. This tap?
estry is only about <?x3 feet, but we
have others "as large as 28 ft. long and
<S ft. wide.
"DuVO?'MB MAKeR*'
Goo. C. FLint Co.
45. ?*6 ?vio 4? WE.VT 2fl?5T.
NEAP p??^ AD WAV.
FACTORY: IS! AND IBB WEST 10TII STREET.
HOME NEWS.
PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
A l.BKM A UI.K-Professor John C. Smock, of
Trenton. N. 3. BKLVIDERE?Professor C. Hallr,
of H.-rlin. BUCKINGHAM?Th? Rev. William Ber
gln, of Toronto. FIFTH AVF.NI.'K?Som-itor Justin
S Morrlll, of Vermont; Lieutenant-Governor J. J.
Fraser of New-Brunswick; ex-Congressman J. F.
?V T.illiott. of Maryland; the R.-v. Dr. T. De Witt
Talmage, of WashinKton, D. C; Thomas Bailey
Aldrlch, ex-''onnr.'ssmen William A. Russell and
Henry L. Pier.-e. of Massachusetts. C.1LBEY?
Gardiner <',, Hubbard. of Washing-ton. D. C.
QUAND t'NION-Colonel R. Lodor, I'nlted States
Armv. HOFFMAN Judge Ignatius C. Urubb. of
Delaware, and Colonel John F. Gaynor. of Fayette
vllle, N. Y. HOI.I.AND-Theodore M. Davis, of
Newport. MANHATTAN -Martin A. Knapp, of the
Interstate Commerce Commission. MI'RRAY HILL
?JUdfr. Nathaniel Shlpman. of Hartford. NOR
MANDIK-J. Howard Kin?;, of Alhany. WEST?
MINSTER- Mr. and Mrs. W. Dean Howells.
WINDSOR- Mrs. John Sherwood.
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
New-York Yacht Club special meeting, clubhouse,
3 p. m.
Dock Comm . ?loners' meeting.
American Institute quarterly meeting, No. 115
West Thlrtv-elghth-st.. S p. m.
Opening of German Follkllnlk, No*,. 78 and BO Sev
enth-st., ,1 to 6 p. m.
Annual meeting of Society for the Prevention of
Crime, No. Wl Fourih-ave., 8:15 p. m.
Woman Suffrage f tafTTi"-, No. 4 Lexlngton-ave.,
8 p. m.
Academv of Medicine. No. 17 West Forty-thlrd
st.. 8 p. m.
rlahnemann TIc?r.ltr?l Training School for Nurses
commencement, Sixty-elghth-st. and Park-ave.,
S p. m.
NEW-YORK CITY.
The monthly meeting of the Chamber of Com?
merce will l.e held ,o-day at 12:30 p. m. In the Mu?
tual Life Building.
A meeting of the Bar will he held on Saturday
morning at M***) o'clock In the Chambers of Addlson
Brown, Cnlte.l States District Judge, In the Post
ofllce Building, to take a.-tion relative to the death
of C.eorg?. A. Black.
The A?|iie.luct Commission opened bids yesterday
for the building ?if a masonry drain In connection
with the j.-rome Park lt?-.??-rvolr. The bids will be
tabul?t, il and award.-d some time next week.
Joaqu?n Yel.i, the Guatemalan Consul-General
h> re. i? to i.?- a delesate to the Pan-Aasarlean Mad
leal Contre as a' Mexico, and has, appointed his
son, Joaqu?n Tela, Jr., to acl as Consul-G.-neral
ilurlng his at.since.
The next meeting of the New-York Academy of
Sciences will be held on Monday al H p. m. In Ham?
ilton Rail, Columbia University, Ma?!i.?oti-ave. and
Forty-nlnth-?t. A report upon the summer's work
of the Pug'-t Sound Kxpedltlon of Columbia I'nl
rerstty will bo given by N, EL Harrington, B. B. I
Grinin, G. N. Calkins and Bashford Dean. The
papers will be Illustrate.1 by the lantern and by j
drawings. Specimens from the summer's colle?-tlon
Will be shown.
The opening of the St. Nicholas Skating Club, at |
No. ?".0 West Slxty-slxth-st . will take place on Sat?
urday night. A private view of the rink will be
had to-night by Invited gu>sts.
ASPHYXIATED IN niS OFFICE.
A STAMP MANITACTILER rOIJIfD PFAD IV A
LIBERTY-ST. HEILPING?THE CAT IlLAMED
FDR THE Arcll'ENT.
Percy F. Arnold, a stamp manufacturer, twenty
eight years old, whose home Is unknown, was found
d?-ad from gas asphyxiation on the third floor at
No. 93 I.lherty-st. early yi-sti-rday morning. Arnold
has t.n since last July a silent partner In the firm
of Martin & Ahrendt, manufacturers of rubber
stamp, and similar articles, having offices In Room
& at Iba address already given.
Yesterday morning the offli-o boy, Alfred Hall,
found Arnold lying at full length on a shelf under a
cotinu-r running along the s-st side of the room
and near the door. The gas was turned on. He
seemed to have been dead for some time. An eight.
foot partition divides the part of the room where
the c.Hinter is from the workshop, and there Is an
arched opening connecting the two parts of the
room behind the counter. It was found that the
??scaping gas came from the end of a rubber tube
running directly from a meter, and usually con?
nected with a vulcanlzer. The end which should
have been connected with the vulcanlzer was de?
tached. The police at the Church-st. station were
calle.I at once, and an ambulance from Hudson
Str.-et Hoepttal was summoned, but the surgeon
could do nothing.
Mr. Ahrandt, of Arnold's firm, although he had
known Arnold for about three years, could not tell
the police where he had lived or who his relatives
or friends were. He thinks, however, that Arnold
cam?' fr.un Montreal. He had slept In the otflce re?
cently, Mr. Ahrendt said. The police think that a
cal kept by th.. linn, in Jumping from a bench to
the ft...ir. pulled the rubber tube from the vulcanlzer
and .allowed the gas to escape, thus causing Arnold's
death.
OFFENSIVE PARTISANS DISMISSED.
SEfRETARY CARLISLE REMOVES FROM OFFICE
TWO HRYAN BTl'MP 8rEAKER8.
Washington. Nov. 4 ?Secretary Carlisle to-day re?
moved from office Thomas F. Brentley, of South
Carolina, Chief of the Army and Navy Division,
Third Auditor's office, and Burton T. Doyle, 0( Ten
B88888, Assistant Chief of the Warrant Division of
the Secretary's office, Treasury Department. Each
of these men had been on the stump for Bryan and
free silver. Mr. Doyle has been sp??aklng In Mary?
land and Mr Br.-ntl.-y in West Virginia.
.4 lilt; OFFER TO MR. BRYAN.
The following telegram has been sent to William
J. Bryan by the Siogel-Cooper Company:
You have so thoroughly demonstrated your ability
lu th. present campaign that we would like to know
If you would accept an offer of $25,000 a year to man?
age a law department In our store.
Anaounotintou.
Nlota. E. ?ft W. N|otlL
A New Collar. *
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATfltE ALMANAC.
Sunrise ?:.i5Nuns.t 4:.'.2 M ,iri rne-t-iM-jiiV? .*? jT
111(11! WATER TO-DAY.
AM Snn'y Hen), 7:04 O.v. Man-, T-'UH.-U Gat* B-IT
I'M -s,,n.iy Ho..k XM)Oor. leant] IW:h-'i ""!' l\l
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
VttMtt. From. I ,_
Munc,"m.?um., uct 24.N au'ya
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6.
Rt?Aat.? ? ? ? ??,,ou,h?nipt(,n. Ort 31.Amerlcsn
U ?7h.' I,marrk'" ',''!"b,,rK- "'?< 20.H.mb-Amer
?! r'r ?.??, ?***? g? J?.I-.mp.trt a Hell
?," ,'? " ",' ;.g ????I". O? B0.Itamb-Amer
i?.ri Warwick.(Mbraltar, Oet as. M*d a M Y
?halmstt..New-Orlean?. (?et 31. M.irtan
IrtKiuola.Jiu-ksoriville. N..v 3.Clyd?
EATCRDAt, NOVEMBER T.
Cmt.rla .t.l'.ri.i.l. ?Vt 31.Cuntril
Lh?,'". ,'\.'.lU'iiiei!-? oct 24. ......n.mb Amor
I blladtliahla.La ?iuaytn, Nov 1.Ilcd n
?reMm?I?njj and
St?it? ??ilorinj,
3? Floor.
Having carefully selected material*
and models are prepared to pro.
duce
SMART TAILOR SUITS
at
MODERATE PRICES.
18th St., 19th St and Sixth Avenui,
HOPE'S
FINE CHOCOLATES, Fifty
Cents a Pound, delivered Free 10
L. S. 41 Nas.sju St., V Y. City.
Chicago City.Bwntavie, o?-t 21..Iirlitni asa.
('om?kl.Oaiv.;it?n. ?Vt i\.^ft*
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAT.
A. Viuorla, Hamburg, Hamb-Amer.. 4:O0am T.-OOi?
Vessel. For Un? Malls eins?-. Vetse.1 ?ilia
Orinoco, Bermuda. Quebec. 1.00pm 3:00 pm
Niagr.ra, Naaaau, ?vard. i:0upm so???
El Morue, New -orle?,r.s. Morgen.- 3:0t) a?s
Antlllla, Nassai. Ruhamas. 1:00pm 3:00am
Kaasaa city, Bataanah, Savannah. - *>*>ob5
l-'HIDAY. NOVEMBER 6.
Algonquin. Charleston, Clyde. -. 1:08 PB
Colorado. Brun* wick. Mallory . - 3.00 pai
SAITIU'.W. NOVEMBER 7
Campania. Uvatpoal, CatBald . 3?j)im C30?*?,
.a Bourgogne. Havre, livn!i.ln:UO a m !???
)'ru??ia, Hamburg. Hs.n> wile-. ~_ I a?) i m
?taaarndam, Rotttrdaa, ,n-..i Amor ... *:00am lotOam
Fulda Gibraltar. N 0 :j..i. S no a m m.-m?S
Island, I'hrlmlanla. Tlil.v;.all i.Il-Dam .?O?r.
sJttt? of California. i?li?'u*'. .\nch.r. .V). (?i a m U no 'ti
Ugllancla. Havana. N Y A Cuba.10:*) a m I si p m
Adirondack, Klngaton, Alla?.lo;<?0 a m I", ?i o.
Hudson, New-nrlt-an?. 'r.nn-/ell.- 3 eo p tn
Conche, Oalvttton, Mallirv. - .itrilm
El Mar. Na? nrlran?. Mtkhi.- 3-Onpm
Tallalia??*e. Savannan, ?.aviu-.r.ali.... - 4:tXipnt
SHIPPING NEWS.
PORT OF NEW -YORK?WEDNESDAY. NOV. 4. IBM.
ARRIVED.
Steamer N.irweglan (Brt, Y ?pond, Gl??gow Octobw M.
with rada, ani ,i paaatnair. io Austin, Baldwin & <v
Arrived at the Bar at 11 ::?? p ni. 3d.
Stfi.:n.-:- Well? City din. Savage. Bristol October 20 trat
Baranata 8, w.th ni?:?t- to Jamos Arkell m Co. Arrived at
Hie Mir at 11:88 a rn.
BtaUMr Trave iG.-r?.. Tbalenhorst, Brera?n October JT
tnd Soutbamptoa SB, witli mil*?. 13n cal.in ani 231
?teerag? ptuaeaaera u> uclrk-h* a c0. Arrived ?t the Bar
at 4 ;?!?? p m
BteaaMT Ot rgla ?!?n, Rus?. Stettin O'-t. i??r ??0, wit?
Ms? sad l.'.H Kaarag. i.a???-n,.-er? to Hamburg-An.mcsj?
Una. Arrlvtd .,: rli? liar ?I I :.M? [, m.
Steamer Powhatan ntr.. Harri.!-n. Vaatea September IB,
Trlettc 22, Catacolo Octeber i, I'.itra? 6. Malta 9 AJ
nerta IB aad ??li.raitar a?, with md?e to i'help* Urotitr.
& C?o, Arrived at the liar at u ? m.
Steamer Anuilfl Ki.r). Kydenhold. Santos October 10,
Hi. !" .lanelr.i 13 anil Rahla 1?. with mdse to Punch,
Bora * Co. Arrived at the Bar at .V.10 |. m.
BtaaaMT Otxsrg? W Clyd?, lacia*?, Charleston November
1, with nuire arid p.i???nge.# to W V ("?yd* A Co
Stemn-r El S..I. Ma.? n. New-Orleans, with tuda? ta
J.'hn T Vas Blckl*.
.Steamer old 1? nial n l?ukeman. N.irfollc. with rada?
an i paaatnger. t. Old Doatlatoa s* r?..
Btaaawr Attraeojula, PUtt, Jacksonville and CThtrlestoa.
with ml?? an.l paesengei* to Wli'.iam I* rivde m. C'a.
Ship Qodlra, .f Uvtipoot, trunk?. Bristol 34 day?, la
baila?; to C.u?t He>e.
Mark II I. Reata, Mitchell, Brunswick. O?, October S,
wirii railroad ti-? to ,.rde.-. ve?**| ro Thomas Dunham'.
Nephew? .4 Co.
Park San I'ictro (Rail. Glordana, Seville 4?. days, With
in-!?- 'i order. \ e?*el t., Eunch. K?ly? ft Q)
Baatty H'-.k. N. J.. Hot, 4 l?:30p. m. ?Wind txaith.ast,
tr**b bt-WSS; clcu.ly.
Strani.-r Vigilan, la, Mclntoah. Vera Cru* October Zl.
Tnxi'an 'Si. Tampi'.? U7. i'ampeche 'to, rn-rr?-?o 30 avnd
Havana N-ivember 1. with nidi* and 14 passenger, la
Jam?-? R Wafd A ?'??> Arrived at th? Har at 1? J? p m.
Steamer M?nchen (Eeri. Von ('"Hen. Bremen October Z4,
with m-l?e and pass.Bg??. lo O-Srlch* te ?V Taxed la
at San.ly H.?.k at 11pm.
Steamer Victoria illr). Itridges, from leghorn, ?la
(?II.rallar, t-. Hender??.n llros. I'assed In at Sandy Hook
at 12*88 a m.
CLEARED.
8team?r Alama. H;x. Qalraatoa C II M?;i r>- ? 0?.
St'.-irner Eastern I'rtnce illr), Ijtml?-rt. IVrnambueo. Rio
Janeir-.. ttC- J.'lin C St-.tger.
Steamer Siberian illn. I'ark. ??:*sgow?Au?::n Baldwla
A Co.
Steamer Chester (Dutch?. Roysen, Am?:?rd*ni?C ?
Ran.ietirock.
Btearaef Caraca*. W.>i.lrlok, Curacao. Port., dbtllo, *JU
- BoultOtl, nil?? * Dalttt.
Btearaer Talisman (Not), Berg, Rarhado?, ???mints, ?U
- i, w & P 41 ?sell?nig.
Steamer Seneca, S?. \ ens, Havana and Tampico?JaaaW
E Ward A ("-..
BtaaaMT H M Whitney. Halle-t, H..?-,.n- H f Dlraoca,
Btaamar (?ru? illn. Sutherland. Ron Maria. Jamaloir-i
? Kerr & <o
St.-am.-r Met i.Vori. Hendersen, Anrlgua, Martlnlatti, ?H
- A 1-; ?'uteri.rldg?- & Or?.
Steamer Chenkw. (*hu?hr??er. <*h?r!e?r.n and Jaeklta
?nit. ?w v cirae & Oo.
St...?nier Pawns?, It.bins..n Wll-alngton and lieorg??.
t wv. w v ciydi A en.
Stein er Manhittan, i'olly>r. Rrldg-r-rt and N*?/
llaven -.'ollj'.-r Brillier?' Lighterage an 1 Tran?port?tlo8
Company.
Steamer Taormlna n.?r). Muller. Hamburg, via Wtt?
port Wttta t*aach Kdyt a Co.
Biaas.tr Elk.. ?VaUaea, Phlutwlrmia? w r Clyde * O?.
Steamer R an..k??. Boaa, Norfolk aad Newport New?
Old Dominion Ss Co.
Steamer Augusta Victoria (Oer) Ka?mprT. HambSIB.
via rivmoutti and t ?herb m a: - Han. burg-American U8I.
Steamer El Monte. Darker. New ?Orl?ant--J t Via
Blckl?,
Steamer Oeorge W Ch de, I.igram. Charleston?m f
tly.I- Ar Ce.
Ship Falconhurst (Rr). R.b.rtton. Melbourne, Au?trtJBt
- R W ("ameron A Co.
Bart Brune (Br). Framptnn. Hong Kong?<Ju?t HeT?.
SAILED.
Steamers St. Louis, for Southampton: Southwtrk (at\
Antwerp; T.-utonl.- (Br i. L.lverp-ol. ?araras. La OutTl*
Porte Cab*.l!,->, etc.; Siberian (Br.), Glasgow. T*:t?m?a
(Nor.). llamado?, ste.: Ch?*ter iDutchi, Ara?ter?U?i
RosasNBt, Norfolk and Newport Newt: Seneca. HataaSi
?tc. ; Alamo, Galvtstnn.
NOTB'KS TO MARINERS.
Rarltan River Wreck Light.
Kolt???? It given that on Oct ber '?1. ISO? the ftieB t?
l.nttm light. eetablUhed to mark IBS wreck of ?vn u-i?a??*?
?oh(*ner, ?unk on the southerly ?id? of rt* ch*nB,'??
the Rarttsn River, tbul halfwav between *'+to*X
Landing and ('?rran.le-? ?lav Do.-k. was dlmualatBSS]
Th.? wreck ha* 1 ?.-n ?trlpr>?-d -if Bar ma?t?. whi.-h pro?
jected Into the channel, and the bull new lie? we.l up on
the flats, oil! of the channel. K-a*tey? lair-.ilng >K. W
N. : Kearnevs U.wer iMck. SW. ?. S: Western _J?W
PotS Light No. I. WSW. V W. Bearing? are magrt??
and given approximately. ? ^
This nou.-e ??/?cia the i.i?t of Light? aad fat?mm
Atlantic and Oulf Osama IBM page BA .attar ?a. SW.
and the List of Ktac.ni and Ku y?. Third W?";"'"?"
District. I8BB. page I IB. (L. It- B. .Vo-,1.? to MarlntlS,
No. 143 of Um, ard Bulletin IBS. ?5. P?r. 2.1
Part?assa Bar whi?tiing Bmv._.
Nolle* 1? given that ,.n Oe'.obtr ?? 1?'-"?. ,hr^??*^?->
cl??s whittling buoy, black ?nd white '"^"?''SJJ
?tripas, off Oalveatoa entrance, ?a? mo. -d abotu ?? ?^?J
ESN fro? Its former |...?t|..n. ?rvl "^ 'J mll-J^ Bot
i^w?r?iai^
side .luring ebb. B-iirlcg? ate magnetic and given a?
"r^rv!dvem^"?" STutB ?Tn.??. .nd Bc?cf.
Eighth i.lghthou.?? Dittrlct. IBM, I'tge ....
Ry order of the Lighthouse Board^ ft WAtj-?
Rtar Admiral ITalttd BtstM Na?ry. ChslrmaS.
-Washing!..... D c. November B, ???*?
THE MOVEMKNTS 09 STEAMER?.
r'"' " POREION PORT?_?.-.ttjrt
Btssmer Columbia (fJsr) Vog. **?*?***. ominar
Octib-r 24 for Algier?. Naples, etc. pa-sea awat
K??sA,Be-aa city ?M ?f2lUX-?SC
haven for New Yoik ..a.??-! 1'r.wle r..|nt NovemberB^
steamer P.latla Kl*r). Ksrlow?. from ^?w"TjJ'?
J-ffre? Hamburg, paaeed *.U?Jrd Bg**?*^
?SS?* ?a';.?? s?&4^SraSS?t
si.amer Port PhlllP (Br). Hmlth. .ailed from Bhaiisam
??'sie^e^'Te^'^^Br). l.wl?. ?lied from Btmm
^l^r'^-.-?ro?;)4 Parktr. from Do.??* <?*?
22 arrived at London November 4. v?w.T*rt
Ste ?mer Mannheim .C.er) Ochelm.lV from Net/ X?.
October 2l). arrived at London November 4. ^^ *J
Steam? r New York PaSBSW, fr.>m New-YorS. ?""
Bouthamptea November 4. _ r?tk. arttttd
Hies mer I^thn (?1er?. Hellmert^^ from ^., torBr?S
a: Soutl.ampt ?n N-A-emher 4 and P??*l*Z ,<-, Olas
Blaamir E'.hlopa iBr). Shi.nk.iri. Mw-Yors w
arrived at Movllle November 4. ??wtlmraB?'
?mer New -York. I'assow, N.w-York for BflS?**-^'
,S:eam.'
?? .Cltll.fl ..^" ?>."? - ?- . ?
ton. ?.asset! Sci.ly Novembtr 4. w.w-T??**a
Steamer Columbia .U-r?. V, ??lg-??''., '^?.rober 4.
for C.enoa. M.? Gibraltar, arrived ?' N??,'.^?fyr A-M???>
Bt?arn?r BchltxUm (Dutek). Duit. New-York ror *
dam. paaaad th.. Lii*-d Nov-mber 4. ^ p^ta?
Sic.im-r nb.ttim .Dutch). I'onaen, >.ew-iora
dam. pa??e,l the Lltard November 4. ^^ alllMf
Steamer I'l.-avla (Er). 8?4|oli, from ?B4*.?S?i
at Marseilles November 4. ^^ w(s^T?*rk Bf
Steamer Oerm.nlc (Br) MfKloitryJpT|sl?i ll?rT?a?tf?*?
Queemtown and Uvtrpool. patted Btow ????? ?-?

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