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T11K GRKKNBOYOUT AGAIN
IiO II' Til H 1 SKO VIS NTH liX 11 It T Oil TKIt
jr ., TirsxTV.Aix doi.i,aiis.
A llrnevnlrnt Mnn who Want Kveryhody
lo Make n I'erltmr He Trent (tin tlrcen
JIot lo rig lit mill !" Cnrklnlts-AnU
ilcncriitisly Trcsents Mil" "lilt "'HI.
Last fttttiriiny tlm (iretii Hoy of Tun
p.-h rcrcltcd the following letter i
f' l'nnvtnrs. r. tt. t . Oft 11. 7!
1'nlriin Onrxssv: I've b t ii so tnui'li iP as, J with
, sr abilities is n Interviewer, that I lave a kindly
f Unit tun tnl you. sud am wnl.ng to nslgntoyou
i il Mr. Tatter renin to tlilifc l " chance tor a n.r
T iV The rni Inwil waa directed to Charles ttrailley, at
ene place 1 1 Colorado, ami forwarded here. Y rater.
div I received on.' tdc .ileal In fiery r "poet except the
t'vinc, which was " Louis netes." Toll lait was turectc 1
loll. M. Harlow.' ottlila cltj- . . ...
TMa man wmi 1 1 tie a rf ve nre fnt wretch, and Ihe
lclnnli.K tt his i Ireulsr Is qull.-ts-el'tt.lrsty. I hope
e-.in, ody ulll "drnton "Mm belinTiorn rrall-eihe
sunnnnt expended for printing an.l post ntllce stamps.
Notice how the arlfcl dodesr hat lithographed the name
aud iMirii on piper luted only nu one side. I Cilnk
he has one store for his address and several fnrnatms.
lie it a good penman al an rate. Hmh alnstiirc iaro
In the Iimr 1ind. Trillion; yon mar make a Hike
Trhenyou'vo nothingc'setn do. I rctnaln,
Yours Iruly, W. It. It.
I'jiclosed In tills letter wns one of the ordinary
Mtrdust circulars which for tho past few year
hato been scattered so iirofuieljr over the land.
It ended thus)
TMi I the conparl which I itjn, ana to which yon
tnustsrreet First -We tnnttullr agree not. to betray
each other, and to disclose I hi mm.t lo no living aoul.
lerond I am lo return lo jou.arcure troin observe
lion. IH") of Ihe tieat eount-ri'it money mad.' for rcry
il.i 1 rf cue from rou, third wneu you come h-rr to
ii e me I am to count you out I1.0X; for every tho y..u
live me, end you need not pay me until voiihatetiiy
iiouer In your hands. We tniiii ito business under lhl
rompact, ami let hlui who drat Tlolalia II aulfcr the con
Aicimpnyliiz tho circular was a "special,"
uhlch n adai
If yon csnnit tenuln at the hot. 1 Ions enouch for me
to come ami ase ton. an.l you wih lo seanieimme.
stately. ou can mine tout Amity atieel. Ihrce blocks
rrt if Itroa.lway. I have a mall i.mee In the lute
Hunt, Mep In an.l ssk for inc. If I am not In, the
rlerk hulicndsnce will call me. and you inti't he sure
lo wall till I mine. Do not mention the nature of your
tiMincaa lo auy one iicept me. Voura tu bonda.
And n small rllp of paper with tho uauio nnd
sddrt'ss lltliocraiilied thua :
It. C. I'ATTIllt. :
81 Amity Uriel.
VRIIIIANT llt'NTINO TOIt A rtlllTl'NR.
AtlOn'elock Monday mornlnj the Green Hny
appeared In front of the ho ie ;ll Atnlty street,
llo wns attired like a man nf tiieana, and ..ro
lavender kid tfl.nea. llo looked like very rl. li.
but very lmilo-inlnded jnune man, nnd held
In Ida hand tho slip bearing tho llama of Mr.
The basement nf tho house Is entered throuch
an Iron irate, i'eeplinr throiizh Ihe liara, (Irceticy
raw two itiuu stttiiisut a Utile. The two men
anw tlrecney at tho same time, and one of them
loft the room at once. Tho other man opened
the door as VeriUut opened the tfato, and tho
pollto tlreen IKiy w.is bowed cnurtenui.ly In.
The room was nlmoat destitute of furniture.
The lliMir was uucareled. and the walls wero
' tinhuiitf. Three or four wooden chairs and
wooden table upon which vras a lmtlle of Ink
consUtnted tho entire furniture of tho aristo
cratic ofllco of U. C. Tatter. Lai.
, Tim MAX AMI lilt DOT.
Ths person who confronted Orecney was a
siuure-biilll, thick-set m m. whose faeo was
covered with thick, bushy whiskers. Ho said :
Sit down." ,
TlieOrcenHoysat down and asked: "Is Mr.
Tatter In" ...
Tho Man-He has Ju?t none to the Merchants'
Hotel tn see u ).uuit man.
The Hot What tlmu will he return ?
The Man-Hut e )oti ever had auy dealing with
Mr. Tatter ?
Thu Hoy N'o.
The Mut- Well. he's a cod man to deal with.
Tho Uny -I expect to in alto soinetliuit; out of
him. , ,
The Man-Tell me where you are stonnlns nnd
J will sent him down to see van lhl afternoon.
The Hoy- 1 h.ite a room at Trench's.
Tho Man- What room
The Hoy No. 13.
I The Man Mr. l'atter will call upon you at a
"Thereupon the Man bowed the Hoy out. and
the Hoy went ut onco to 1'remh's to cii.-jjc
room 1-. ....,., i
When Oreeney arrived at Trench s ho found
that room I- Is the restaurant. Ho registered
Ms name a II. M. H irlnwe. Trntldeiieo. It. 1.
Tlieti Ihe puhie clerk placed after the name the
number 1-'. His numbT he rros'ed out uJ
placed ntMitp, It the number 1. Tho reirlster thus
tirocl timed that Verdant had orlflnally dwelt In
Nn. U I. i that for somo reason he had been
rhaniri'd to No I. So thoroiiBh a eosm'ipi.lllnii
a .Mr. H. f. Tatter would certainly hate mi u
plcluns aroued on Hint point.
r..STIIt THE llC.Nt.VULE.NT PATTKn.
At a o'rlnfk the niecn Hoy wat rerllnlns
I .--r nil y on the luxurious cushl -ns In Iho
olllco of the hoti l.eniotiutf his Hritsnnlca. when
hl ears were saluted wnh the words. "Mr. llar
jmvo!" As he arose to re-pond to the elerk. a
thlclt-set m m who had be. n silting by hls Ide
f.ir some five minutes ulo arose. Hl"hulrw
blaok nnd very thick, an J be wore a mo'ist tehe
u'ul iroiti .if an aubi..u tlnite. He l.ad i.n a
blfk Ml vet it. a il.irU un'lercoat. lihi panta
1 .nn. and a very thin fall overcoat. Hihlrt
I nwim tva very white mil very s'ltT. and w .
a lornod by three minute emerald studs. Ills
He wire i;rav and tw :.kled wl. ke.llr, seemlns
to eearch for the te y ileiths of fireeney's
tlinMffhtn. He (! oeil alciwlv up anil put out
h. hand, wbb hVcrdaul tiarl'CJ i"r.lia.l). Ho
" I :im Mr. Tatter "
Sal.l the (ireou Hoy, "Ah, yes. We will so to
Mr. Ttier responded. " Let ns have a clirar.'
Verdant retornd. " I tlon't care If I do. '
tub rimer iii..mi lutttvs.
To the htrroorn the two dltlnpilhed trentle
men repaired. Tim Urcen lior elected a rity
rent eKMr. anil Mr. Tatter, with a moilt
wi.l. .Ii hei oinea the man t ho ha to pay the i.r.l,
Y..u- ci.nlenl with ten cents' worth. Mr. Taller
Then Verdant ecoreil his dear friend tn ro.un
?,o. 1. Tin re was but one .hair In r r -m.
Thl the t,ren Il. s llul temlir. .. t.. M-.
Tatter, anil eated himself on the bed. .Mr. Tat
Ih-" llrt iiie-tbui was i iiara. ti rmi ir. He -.ilu :
" How much tuoiie) l.atu vmi brini.ht i'.'Iii; ' '
The llreeii H.iybi'.Ucd Itulirierent. He an.d :
"i in, I M'k'nt a thinnoiud ibdlars In th aM
'.own flairs, ai. l I can draw for any amount I
v. iHh. You see I want to be sure the stuff Is
lood, berore I luteal too largely."
tit. IMTTKn WANTS I.VKKYHOIIY SA1II!KII.
The rlsht eye of Mr. Tatter cloned slowly.
1'iien It opened. Then hN left eye winked vt I. K
edly. His rlzht hand dived deep Into tils pneke ,
and bnmclit forth n wallet, lie i.i.emd It,
while the cvea of the (iiecn Hov twinkled. II )
luresd out hvo five dollar nitlonal bunk notes,
limI sum .
' .lu-it examine them''"
"Wit tiicin liny did examine them. They were
ri iin'.i.e I '.'l-. .is w "d ns ny ever l-iied by ihe
li..wriinn in. Vuriltuit loiiilbd theui l" i. Iv,
but he was flhlii lor blfiier uamu than Utu did
uira. llo said :
" I don't want such small hills as the-e. I want
nothinetmt ten and twenties, and I must try
me of oarli kind bef..re I will Invest a cent.
Vmi seo Tvo been s Indlod a p mil ileal In this
bu-lnefs. lhnveseut money here several timet
ami tot nothhur but -awdust In return. Vou ap
pnir tn be ter sipiare. and I am wlllltii! t" trukt
you as far as I would anybody In this hindne'i;
Init 1 mii't try a twenty and ee If I can pass it
before I rlk my money. If I am detocled I
n'oii'l betrav yuu. I have it thousand dollars
down stairs, and It Is ready fur you as soon aa I
OltrK.NEY F-tiTAllUFriKS. A FINKINtl rtTNP.
I Mr. Tatter bei-ame affectionate. He patted
I Hreeney on the Khouldcr. lis bald: "My dear
I fellow, you shall ha thoroughly satlsScd, I
I haven't cot a twenty with me, but you shall no
1 up town with me and set one. If vou net Into
In. ul. In 1 can net you out. A thousand Julian
will buy any court In this city."
The Urecn Hoy asked Innocently II that was
lo, and would Mr. Tatter drink.
! Mr. Tatter would drink n tin cocktail. It wax
brought. When the waiter had gone Oreenev
uggested that It would he a good Idea to pay
for the drinks with one of tho fives. Mr. Taller
admired tho llreeii Hoy's Judgment and pasrud
nver n five. Then they went down stairs and
Verdant paid forty cents for the two drinks. Ho
roielved It JV, which wxt at once deposit d lo
his vest pocket. Mr. Tatter J Jr. lo cull, K.
Then tint (Jreen liny anil Mr. Tattur atepnsd
nn thu front f u Third uteuuo curtorldfl up
town, Tho conversation wax kept up in nn ir
rtltiary, buslnri llko wav, and In sin h u mani.fr
U.ul no ono overbearing w..iild l.uvo the least
luaplclou of tho rout subject. Hero Is a upe I
men! VKItllA.1T S.EM MtllltulS AVtNCH.
Mr. Tulter -Vou say you can sell these goods
In largo iiuuntitlos and so du nut won, any rem
Tho flrcen Hoy - Yes, you see we do a largo
wholesale business, W o don't trnttblo nurf elves
'hunt thu retail trade. Wo buy In large quanti
ties, provided the goods suit. 1 represent my
nrm In this matter, and am theroforu obliged to
be very careful about purchasing. They ham
lull coufldeure In me. and If I am satisfied with
the article I am uuthorlzud to purchase to any
Mr Tatter- I can satlsfv you thoroughly by
showing you the goods. Has the burse disease.
uiM.eari d In Providence yet r
The tJreen Hoy I htlluvo one or two CA"e
"o been disouynrcd. I two my nwn hurnrs
very lightly, and haw ha.1 n. trouble with them.
. tn two dlstlngulnher: gentfeuen stepped off at
! the corner of Spring 'tree
"What street U thine wkwl Verdant Intut-
eently,a ttiey walked toward Ilrjadtvaf,arm In
"This la Madison avenus.'t ml.l Mr. J'alter,
"Oh," iitld verdwrrt, with an air of frosting
wnllderif-t,murnnjtnrlO!lf of Ills compaAlorr
AND TIt ST. N(.1lOLA.
Arntsil at II, fairway, Mr. l'atter took Oreeney
autollMi bails w ut U Ht. Nkbglaa, Hera ki
Invested In two clfara and two drinks. Mr. Tat
ter Dr. fl.19.
Then he said, "I'm afraid the old man won't
Ilka It If I tako vou to our office. 1 will gu and
rot a twenty-dollar bill, and then jou can tty It
In tho Astor House,"
Ho went. Tho Green Hoy sat and meditated
'I hen Mr. Taller returned. He walked Ver
dant Intu the street, sating. " 1 hnvp got you n
r-nmple, nnd now we will tako a stage nnd go
Into n stage tho two men ncccrdlngty clamhor
cd.aud Mr. Tatter paid twenty cents for tho
fato. Ills comcraatton on the way down town
was entertaining', It wn charming. Hut he made
no sign of any Intention to transfer tho bunk
unto from his own xcket to that of Verdant.
This lack of Hctlon l i.ilcd the llreeii Hov ex
ceedingly. He meditated. The result of Ills
n. dilution will nppe .r.
THE PI.NM.NO I L'M) I.N( IUMMN(1,
When the Astor llotl'o was reached Mr, l'at
ter led tlio way directly to the barroom, lb;
ordered two gin cocklnlla. TheHreen Hoy stood
bt bis aide, llo lutlUd him by the sluete. Ho
raid In n whlper: ,
" Vou haven't given mo the note, you know.'
"Oh," said Mr, Tatter, " I'll iia for this."
"Hut that Isn't mvgnme," said Verdant. "How
do I know hut that you know all these people?
I wnnt to see If I can pas It."
'Ihe Tatter cat a look of Injured Innocenco
upon the tlroen ll.iy.nml reluctantly paaaad over
tho reipilred collateral. Verdant walked straight
to the cashier nnd preented tho note. It was
perfectly gcnultio and Oreeney pocketed H9.70.
Mr II. V. Tatter Hr. frM.
" I think," satd the man who wanted every
body to tniiko a fortune. " that they gate you a
counterfeit ten dollnr bill. Just let me look at
that a moment." ,
This modest request was proffered on the steps
nf the Astor llousii as the twain were lenvlng.
The llreeii Hoy being loth to withdraw anything
from his sinking fund, rtsiundd i .
"We'll fix that when wo get to the hotel. T
am satisfied now that vou are nil right, and If
you will come over to Trciich'a I will draw my
thousand dollars and pay It to you. Thin you
can send me the money by express."
X OlM OlOKTAII, AM) A LITTLE BILL.
" All right," said the astute Tatter.
Arrived at Trench's, tho tlreen Hoy conducted
his Mend to room No. 1, lie said: " ltfinaln
here for a moment, and I will brtng you up the
tin. tier. I don't like to par It to you In the
office lisfom all these men."
Mr. Tatter said, " All right," again.
Verdant hurried down tho stair, and Into the
barroom. He otdered a gin cocktail for loom
No. I. 'the delicious beverage was duly mixed.
'I I en Oreeney took a cord and wiotti thoreun
Him 1 'gi .id :
" .Mr. 11. t. Tatter, with the compllmrnta of
rur. UKsrx Dot or Ths Sew "
The mixture was sent to room No. 1. and duly
recelvi-d by the benetnlent Tatter. He drank
tlm gin. but rteillbln wllnesse assert thai whon
he .iino down the stairs he looked very sick.
M'. It. V. l'atter. s!l laiuU fclrl, In account with
th. tm . n boy of Tissr M':
In. T. two cigars f VI
To eah .... . JIO
To clKars ami Urluka In the tt. Mrho-
1a I 10
To slaite fare rJ
lo cash 30 It)
O Pt two aln i-eektalU 40
I'ycar fare in
11) too gin cocktails lu Ator House,. SI
Ilaiance to credit of On en Hoy i; (0
xr.ta.ts s Ki.Hvriox hoax.
the I'lcnrra which Hem ihe I're nnd Tur
led Kverytiody-Ollser'a ttrnpcrlue Tel
rurnph front llir Toll lllrrei.
On tlm night of thu t'lootlon tlio crowd.
that surged up and down Park row came to a
dead stop In front of W. Jtragan's saloon to ease
on the bulletin that filled the three front win
dows above the store. These bulletins dis
played the full leturn by wards, of the Mayor
alty vote. The uYn-e crowd that assembled In
the atrcit toon as the first returns from the
fecund Waul mi: ixpoed to view, which was
nt least two hours before tl.et appeared us front
if the cab linn lights at the several newspaper
i in c s. lncrcued etery minute until long after
midnight, bt which time It was oltutst iuipusal
h!e fur Ihe cars to pnss
The nisi thtee or four returns displayed were
rirrcct ns far ns they went, but It was then
found impossible to collect the full returns that
n ght. so Mr i; agan determined to make a Joke
of what he hail begun in earnest. With the as
skIiiii. .' of tli' n i-trt re'urns, an estlu.ateof
the probable ton! tor riuh waid was made and
at iiiirrval-- t.'ie ilk were plae d on he tiaii-
1 arm, y by Mr. .Marine', who had done good
s'rtice In opposition to O'llrlen.
I he assetnhlfl cr.-nil. entirely Ignorant of tho
trl. k bring i laed upon them, greeted euih dis
play of flgurea w 1th I. uid cheers or hll'cs. The
greater urt of thnie in lh street seemed to bo
warm supporters of lain renew. 'J llcSt'.v'ii candi
date, and the announcement of a majority for
him In any nurd called forth treun ndous cheers
and it running fire of shouts. "Ilullyfor Law.
I.n Uhi'ica .'llrleu now " "1 told sou
nc d be r'erted. ' "I'll Ik-i llvo to tl resi that
IanTenci' Is Mayor." O'llrlen' vote was Inva
riablv ic.vltrd with drllve sneer and hlses,
and in thai niiiueiiH,. Ihi,,ng thiri. w,m " ucltie
a. poor to do linn reverence." "Ollrlena
g .ne up." ' fn he ought to for selling out
Tatii'iiany." "He'll never get elected consta
ble. Tin e iitld kc exi.n wb.na showed the va
tlmntloii In which no was held by the people.
About midnight the enterprising blanket
sbceis. i ompletely nonplussed and In n bewil
denug Mi;e of wonder.. lent as to how Keagaii
, mild get ihe returns w inch the were unable to.
obtain, -i tit .nit ilielr reporters lo copy tho
li.'.ir. s exl.luilfd. an. I for a long time they were
I'.l.icn'lv lu.iuli'ing how Mr lleagan gut the to
i ii i ns on J taking down In their noto books tho
uppoed vote for the office of Manr. At length
tw.. of them found tl.elr way up to the room
wheie Mr.(jhtera.- making the llgures. Kltortly
after their entry a mesevnger, who had uneen
"lipped nut nf Ihe room, rushed In, exclaln In.',
"Tne S xteenth Ward he ird from I" and tn-
tantlythi) figure went transferred to the can
t la. Appr' a. hing a gentleman, nolo book In
baud, one of I hem tMiiitcly iu.iuireit
"t an you itif.ii in me how Mr U'agan obtntns
these leturns, and w licllier they are HiiUientlAf"
With the graWtv "f a Judge he was answered 1
"Cut lnl),air. He has t. en In every election
district In the i ity, and its sunn astheycet the
returns they telegraph to Mr. Kragan, who Is up
stairs nt the In-tiument, which Is connected
with Hi" main wire by one that pamea through
The reporters went away deeply Impressed
Ith the s rit and enterprise of their neighbor,
whom they iiad known only as the compounder
f their cm ktall. Aboui ono o'clock n boy bo
longing to the American Tres Aseoelatlon sat
on tim curbstone copying the "authentic ro-n.ri.-.'
and ovtnnl daybreak groups of people
. i ng dow it town to werk stood in front of the
..re e jerly sc.nin'.ng the figure, nnd It was not
until they fn.r. haed a eopy of Tun ytitfthut
tln.y u.iii. cu that they had bcenclcteriy hoaxed.
.1 FIGHT f.V flit. LOVUT IIOl'SK.
tiler ritrtlou t'ourirales-A Tilt Hetweea
Mr. Tairiik .1. Ilunbiir) and .11 r. Julia
.lit It eon.
Tli now Court Ilonsti wiw ypsberrliiy tlio
scene of one of those political fist fights which
used to be so common when thla city was under
tho control of the shoulder-hitting class of pell
tb lans. Tho contestants were Tatrlck J, Han
bury, one of Sheriff Ilrcnnan's deputies, and a
Mr. John McKcon, of 170 East betenty-firat
street. The two were standing near the entrance
to the Sheriff's noire wruugllog over the results)
nf tho late election, the causes which led to the
defeat of the Iieinocrni y, and other kindred
topics. A the conversation proceeded thu dis
putants grew more excited, and Mo
ll eon accused fhcilff Ilrennan of treach
ery, and applied to him ami his deputies
opprobrious epithets, stigmatizing tbem aa
aeuundreU and thluvet. The loyal deputy
boldly took I'ti the gauntlet In defence of his su
perior, and Indignantly rvpelkd the charges,
calling the aicuser a d if liar. Tiie quarrel
then a'siitued n lively turn, and hanui und
abusive rein irks followed In quick succession,
acroiup.inleil on tho part of McKcon by fre
quent shakln.'s of his fist In a threatening ni in
ner in llaiioul) s face. Mr. Hanbury, aftur
giving Mr t, Keon suteral unhnedea wxruiugs
1 1 desist, "truck him a stagceting blow In tho
breast, whicii nearly toppled him over.
At this Jim niro Otllcor Davis of the City Hall
tiecliiit Interfered, and, at the request of
V. (;. n, nrrestod his assailant.
The parties h id baldly got out of the building
when flckoon, who was apparently not satlsllml
with the result of the first ct. iniintur, rushrd at
Hanbury in a manner which clearly ludlcatud
thai ho desired to renew thu battle, Tho deputy
seemed bmt on giving him satisfaction, and,
breaking away from thn i. nicer, planted two
trcll-illrroteil blows upon his opponent's facu,
i .no-lug Uio bluod t lluw from hut doso quite
Tho officer again Interfered, and separating
the c inhalants look them both to the station
house. Hern McKcon entered a complaint nf
as'ault and baltery against the douiity, and both
parlies were ooudiioled to the Tombs. An hour
passed In waiting for the comlugof Judge llngtii
gave time for the ardor of the complainant tu
cool down, and upon the arraignment of Han
bury the complaint was wltudrawn and he waa
An Italian Town Octroyed bra ItnrrUanc
Thlrlr-lwo TrrMsaa Klllfd.
MiLA)t, Nov. 8. The town of Talanolo. slu
nates urir the city of Xrracls, In lbs provtuee of Oie
latter usme, waa visited ty a (wilts barrtcsae ysstrr.
day. flair of the hatMingi In the town were dtstreysij,
sou thirty two psrsoaswrre itlet brtM ratlrag walls
sad ambers, van thousand famlllegaerTBiaexiaoia
Pes1 wsathsr etnas for doors and windows grl
t K. H. 4 J, 'lurrry'a, its fultea sliest, bas Uruailway,
Asoritrn hot .isn a tjitonr ixtim
Church-Memhera' Chnrneierw Itnnilled With
nnl (Hove -The Hlory ol n .IHlrd Ilnrlrin
tllrl-A l'ersecittrd Tost or' a Indignant
Vlnilli nllnn-Whnl Next t
Tho iliituul Cotiiifll nf tlio clinrtlips nf
tho llnpllst Association nf Southern New York,
convened lo ndtlso the Tlrst Hnptlst Church of
Harlem regarding Its Internal troubles, as'em
bled In the lectttro room of that church yes
terday morning at 10 o'clock. The ltev. A.
.1. T. Hehrends of Yonkcrn presided aa Mod
er .tor, nnd Hi other Thomas H, Illllman, of Dr.
Atnlei n's cliitrch, was clerk. 'Jhlrty-sevcn
churches were represented by delegates, and tho
room was crowded by mon nnd women, mem
ben of tho church, and their fitonds, nil anxious
to listen to the fearful criminations and recrim
inations' launched by each party at tho other.
It was tery evident, however, from tho sup
pressed sneers and undertoned remnrka heard
on all sides, that tho greater part of the audi
ence wore In favor of tho aggrieved members,
and opposed to the Hot. Klljah Lucas, who waa
practically on trial through the medium of his
The pulpit nnd tnble assigned tothoModorator
were docked with flowers tastefully arranged,
and the nirmiitii'lni:s were all calculated to Im
press ono with an Idea of sanctity and beauty.
An elegantly hound lllble lay on the pulpit, nnd
over this encrcd volume were launched tho most
cnnihdnu uccusatlons from tho Pastor, which
were met by equally distasteful revelations from
Dr. Pniltn. who represented tho excluded mem
ber. Man) members of the council shuddered
visibly at Hose manifestations of unchristian
love, and all seemed sickened at tho thought
that so much of iincharltablcnoss should exist
In a Christian church.
I'lll.PAIIATIONS mn THE CONTEST.
The pro. eedlngs of the council wero opened
at precisely ten oMock with prajer from
Htothcr ltlmdes. While Hrolhrr lthodes was
praying Hmther Lucas was comparing notes
with Hrothcr lllllver. clerk of tho Tlrst Church.
After the conclusion of the nppcul for Divine
Missing the clerk read the minutes of thu last
inei t.mf. and they were approved.
Then the llev. Lilian Lucas was United to con
tinue his lefuice. He mounted Iho pulpit with
hla bulky document, and the clerk stt by his
side with the Church records and certificates to
which Mr. Luras referred vtry often, llo Pro
tested on behalf nf the Church that It waa their
Intention to utuld all personality, so far aa they
could, nnd do Justbo to themselves. They
wished to make n-e of no unkind words : but a
thorough lntetlgatlon had been forced upon
thelitis ihe tery men whose characters must
suffer by the retelatlon. They accepted tlio
Issue nnd did not hold theniseltcs lespotialble
fur Ihe re ult. ....
The in-tnrliicn took up the ca-e of Mr. and
Mrs. ( rook, who had been exdiidcd, as the
. .In! iff claimed, to prevent them from toting,
llr-nl.l Mi. Crook wuau daughter of Mrs. Judy
Thompson. The two I mil absented themselves
friuii the i hurch repeatedly, but they always np
pcaicd In tho business meetings to vote. When
Mrs. Thouiiwon'a cao had been disposed of,
Mrs. Ciook Insulted the whole Church, and
askodt" be excluded. She said It was uo dis
grace to be excluded from such a Church. She
was excluded for this unchristian conduct.
Fslward Hobbs had spoken and acted Insult
ingly to hi elder brethren at d pastor, under the
Inlb.eii 'e of Hr. T. Tranklyn Smith and Deacon
H. II. Hurr. Ho had publicly proclaimed that
the i hurch had nil moderator, when the pastor
was in the chair; that no Justice was to tie hnd
In the church. He wa requested to beg the
pardon of I ho church and pastor, but ho refused,
w hen Ihe charges of unchristian conduct wire
nnd to bi n. he nalked In an excited manner
entlrelv nerwathe r. nn. nnd sitting down by
the brother, hunted In a loud voice : " Head
that iumIii! 1 want U hear It!" He wan ex
cluded. t Miscilir.vofs ivn.Trio:.
Mr. Lin ns thought that these were exclu
sion to win b i icry brother on the Uoor would
Ii. -.ii UU s. ii ainrn. He said that the assertion
tii.il the ei'i l.islons were made to ke ii the per
sons from totlngw.is a "iiiischli'voiis Invention,
and an unmitigated falsehood." and he dia
lled his neeiisers to prove a single Instance,,
or "'oli i ti lualon. He said lli.lt Ilea. . 'tis
Hurr and Smith had been fmmerly noted fur
their ps'sion rordlJi lplltie. The rh,.n h records
sh'iweil 1 'int these two men had voted for nlno
out of eieiy ten mts of church di-clpllne In
f 1 .st tle,e year". "Now l hey nro Inking
tin ir i-n in. ulc.ne they don I si'ein to like It,
and make a leat lion I over It."
HI.EIKIMI ft A Sl-NllW fCltO'H
" I cn Hrothcr Smith lent himself to the Sun
day m lion! ring the church and pastor haddealt
very l. nletitlv with hlni. They had tried to win
him bnk. He said the Sunday school had been
lis'iltid He nut only scandalized the church,
but mail.' iusiiltlng remarks about the piutor.
He n'.t In n meeting that hi honor would ti 't
I. .1. w ) nn t,' remain longer In the si linol. At
tho same meeting all the ..fllci-r resigned, toted
away the Sunday school money, and stole all the
book. Tho next day they advertised their
wle.ed contempt of the church In The New
YolIK SrK. "Now he says he advised other
to etny where h i honor forbade him to remain
Is that reaaonab e i" In the .'hurch meeting he
hnd said: "I ilccrvo exnulelon as much as
anvof ihce gentlemen, fur what they h ttodone
1 have il"ii"." 'Iho nienn nnd wltry spirit of
the man w.ta shown by hla raking uti sucli
frivolous charccs out of a ministry of right
tears. Nevertheless, iho i hurch labored with
llr Smith, nnd Instead of expelling him voted
to lay his ease on Ihe table.
Hegnrdlng the alieied remark of Mr. Lucas
respecting Messrs. Hurr, Austin, and Hills, Mr,
Lucas said he never told Dr. Smith that he did
not want his friendship unless he could sustain
him. The nomination at that time was as fol
low Mr Lu. as-Heacon Hurr. Austin, and Hills
will certainly be excluded. I have tried m) Im sI
to save vou
lieu. ..ii Mnliti - I can only say that I haie a.'ti d
eon-cienil.insly In all that I haveduiio
Mr. Lucas - Then all 1 can say Is thai your con
science Is In the wrong.
I I.4T II K.N U IX.
Mr. Lucas drilled rniphutb ally that he hail
ever said ti Mr, Hill before til.il, " Volt hate
done enough t bo excluded, and yuu will bo
excluded; but wo will hear what ou havoto
The excluded members had charged that he
hsd treated Mis. htone, an old member of the
church, as nn enemy; had refused lo pray with
her on her deathbed, and hnd omitted nil men
tion of her mune in hi atnual sermon when he
read the list of members who hart died. Mr.
Louis Indignantly and solemnly in.iim.l
thai tin iui false. Ho laid tho men wim c .u
ructed this falsehood were capable of any moaJi-
ness and nttiily unworthy belief by men of
honor. He wns always too happy to pray with
all who desired his ministrations, as hi pastoral
record showed, Mrs. stone had died in llniok
lyn, whero she had lived for over a year, llo
wns not Invited tn her funeral; and if he neg
lected to mention her name. It was through fur-
fiotfulness alone. Tho husband of Mrs. Stone
i.ul been his enemy for yours, and that gentle
man, he asserted, was on the Hour as n delegate
lo try htm and hlschurih. "Now. note the uis
eharltubleiiosa. These men do not Intend to err
nn thu sldu of Christian charity. Oh, shame!
where Is thv blush."
Mr. Lucas further denied that he had ever
railed Mr Hurr a villain. He said his accusers
rirobably look their cue from the article pub
Micd In Till! Sljx, which told the story of the
a iieacon's. vamty ngnfKnn.
The pastor referred tn the accusation that he
had twice prevented Mr. Hurr from singing at
funerals, lie said Deueon Hurr was vain of hla
miiKlral abilities, and liked U alng alone. Tho
parlor simply rebuked hla vanity. He did not
like to hear a man slug by himself. Hut In each
Instance he simply used his lnlliinncn to curb
this vanity, nud he had never said that Mr. Hurr
should not sing.
Mr. Lucas denied that he had ever suggested
thu previous question while n member of thu
oliurch had the floor. He also denied thut ho
had made offetisHo remarks at funerals. He
raid he would give, n specimen of " grlevonco "
In his church. Then he told this story i
TIum were two young Indira, members of Iho
chu.- n. A young man, also n member, was en-
fagi i tn one of thn young ladles. Thla young
uly wart nut blessed with a very amiable, tem
per. Upon one occasion tho young man absented
himself from Ihe amis of hla beloved for
two wh .lo weeks. When he next visited
her tho two girls and the mother " pitched
into" him. Tlio young man thereupon broke
off the iiin'ogiiuent and asked for a letter to
mote, down town, it waa grunted. The family
Instantly became " aggrieved " because thu loi
ter had not been refused on account nf Ida
Jilting the young liuly, They abM'iitml them
selves from all except Ihe I.iisIiicrb meetings.,
un.I I'luao were' the two girls who were not
allowed to vote beeailsfl under discipline.
Mr. Lucas said he did not preach lo please or
to dibpluase men, but to picnic his Master, and
If hla preaching tlio truth waa to tin rondo inued
ns personal, hu was at a loss to know what u
minister was to do.
A DEACON DaTORED.
Deai on UolHirtaon, of whom so much had
been sul. I. waa dead, nnd thu churuh rakesl up
his harneter with great reluctance. Hut It was
a matter of history that ho had quarrelled with
hla pnetor, rafussd all tenders of reconciliation,
and llnally been deKised from his deauoiislilp
by the church for notoriously unchristian con
duct. Deacon Smith, who now sought to make
capital (Hit of hla departed brother, wn uiionf
those, who voted to so depose hint, Mr. Luctus
occupied nearly an hour In telling his story of
hla trouble with tho dear! deacon, and seeming
ly iiroveo) that the fault In that Inetanoe waa not
on hie side. He said, "If Deacon Hurl and
1 (Smith hareaTTtete;ef nosMi sett they wilt not
dare to ilony a word of thla. It they ilo. rsoeeiiO
deutsa eau lie placed tu their word or honor.
Xot me again remind this council, said he, that
Stephen II. Hurr la the fountain-head of all our
troubles." . .
Mr. Iiticaa said he had adjourned the meeting
alluded to against the vote If It waa against It.
as ho doubtod to liretcnt mora scandal. It
waa very late, and tho enemies of the church
wore working with tho sole object of tiring her
friends. Many of tneso last hail gone. Deacon
Smith at that meotlnit had called Hrothcr Doug
las n liar, and when the brother nfforod him his
hand had shrunk back, exclaiming. "Don't
touch mo I You're n dirty loafer nnd a llnrl"
"Was I not Instilled, brethren," snld the pastor,
" In adjourning tho meeting under such circum
stance.!" rLtNntsn ML'D.
In coni luilon tho ltev. lllljah Lues referrod
nt somo length to tho character of tho men
who he said wero persecuting him. Ho ex
hibited bill due from them to the church for
the put two jenrs, nnd nssertcd that they wero
still unpaid. Ho said Mr. Hurr had n busbies
reputation of being a dishonorable man, and
Dr. Smith. It was well known, did not pay his
honest debts. Ho said the, dm tor owed n wash
erwoman nearly a, hundred dollars, and that ins.
tlndlctlvcness was cuused by tho pastor's re
monstrance with him on that subject. Ho said
there was now hanging orer his head a Judg
ment for an unpaid bill, and that Mr, Hurrtvna
now being sued for dishonorable business trans
actions. Mr. Wm. H- Austin ho said waa n mean,
penurious man, who, with plrntyof mentis, gato
llttlo or nothing to tho cause of Christ. Thn
council squirmed In thelrseatsnsthose so-called
revelations were made, nnd looked very much
llko men who do not enjoy the feast spread be
fore them. . . , . . .
Dr. Armltsge nt this point moved that the
Council consider the case closed, and come to a
Tho'Moderstor ruled that If the church had
any mom evidence to place beforo the Council
It do so, and that tho aggrieved members should
then be given time to reply In rebuttal.
Mr. Lucas Wo wish to hold hack our evi
dence, and put It In In rebuttal.
The .Moderator -It la ruled that all the evl
lichee bo put 111 now, and the case bo cloed.
Mr. Lucas If that Is tho decision, wo nre law
lltll JOHN rOI.ET WHITE IT?
Mr. Lucn Ihen read certificate In proof of nil
that he had said. Ho read an article In The Hpn
of August .. 1071, signed by hi accusers, and
sustaining him In warm term. When Mr. Aus
tln'i name was read, that genllemiii lumped up
nnd exclaimed ; , ,
"I, for one, never lgned that paper."
At the conclusion Mr. Luras said, "Ithasbrch
circulated In the papers that I have broken up
all the churches I have been In. I would like to
present some testimony on that point."
Teruilssloii was given, and he read papers and
letters from his former flocks In HanghaJI, Stam
ford Co., and Orrenport, which characterized
htm as a model pastor and gentle Christian,
Then he made a brief appeal tn the council, ask
lug Hint they would vindicate the principle that
the Church must ruin and not a clique. He said,
" We ask that you will condemn us utterly, or
Justify us wholly. We ask for the ayes nnd nays
when the vote l cnlled, and wo now submit our
case to tour wlsilum, Intelligence, and honor."
lilt. KMITIl'ri Vt.NUICATIOM.
Dr. T. Tranklyn Smith then summed up the
taae fortho prosecution lie reiterated every
charge as heretofore published, and rend addi
tional certificates to verify them, llo devoted
much time to a vindication of his pritato char
acter, which ho said had been grossly assailed
by the paftor, nnd succeeded In contlnclng thu
majority present that he was not nearly so black
a he had been painted, tjucstlon and cross
qufitlnns wero asked him by members of the
Council, but his testimony could not bo shaken.
In tho midst of Ids argument the Council ad
journed for supper.
At the evening session, Stephen II, Hurr re
pelled the assaults upon his private character
by presenting certificates from InUueiitial busi
ness men In New Vork and otherrltles. Then Mr.
Liicans made a few closing remailu. In which he
tried to break down the rebutting testimony.
ONE WAN WITH A LEVEL HEAD.
Dr. Armltage then said: "Mr. Moderator,
we're all worn out; can't wo do somcthlngr I
wish tho brethren would tell us the case is
Ilrother Tendletnn- I mote that wo now go
Into sei ret council to discuss this matter fully
and make a mult ig.
Ilrother Stetetis i hope this council will not
It alone -
Ilrother Lucas I object to Mr. Stevens
'1 he Moderator Ilrother Lucas is not in order.
Ilrother Stevcna-My objection Is that upon
the action of thl council much depend. The
public ha. heard the c-u-e In full. Nor. lot them
seo how wo deal with It
The bt.iiher wa Interrupted by loud cries of
" Question! question!"
The motion was carried. At a late hour last
night the i. until was In aera.on, having atrltrd
at no decision.
riff .tf f ;. vk incomers.
A Vnung Mini, with Tlowliiir Locks. Visit
Them- t'ol. t In II I n nnd .Mr. t.'hnltl.
It tvn thought flint Mrs. Victoria C.
Wood lull I and Miss Tennle C. Claflln would bo
arraigned In the United States Circuit Court tea
tcrduy tn nnsner to the Indictments .found
against them, lint the Assistant District Attor
ney waa not ready. No day has yet been Oxed
for their trial. Theyure sttll In tho Ludlow
street Jail, whero they nre visited by many
friends. Their counsel an ready to proceed
with Iho corn, and say Hint they confidently
expect the acquittal of their client. Mm. Wood
hull and Miss ClaUIn sav that they r.ro becoming
somewhat ucd to their Imprisonment, and that
thoyeurr very kindly treated by Warden Tracy
and bis faiu.lv.
Yt'sterdat afternoon a s "lemn-vl-ag,'d young
man, Willi long light-colored hair and a dlmlnul
tlve mii'istac'ifi, filled at the Jail to see tiie
wouieli brokers, and was tishercil to their cell.
Mrs. Woodhull wa itiformwil that a visitor was
in waiting. She stepped from the cell, billowed
by her slterTennle. ami greeted Ihe young mnn.
lie stretched himself up to his full height,
which wua alxiut four feet, and garlng first nt
Mrs. Woodhull and then at Ml-s ( lafllu, said In
a voice, which seemed to come from the grnte
"Iaidlcs, you are lnano."
The sisters looked at erch other and smiled.
The young man fixed Ids ees noon them and
said, In n -till mure solemn tone: "La-dles, you
"Weil, air." snld Mrs. Woodhull. smiling, " It
would not require much time for n physician to
make up hi mind that you nre Insine, und that
run should be cnt to an asylum for uch per
sons. I hid you good afternoon."
The young man glanced at Mr. Woodhull and
then at Mis I'laflln. who returned his glauco
and liadu him an adieu. He donneil his Im
mense old-fashioned silk hat, and tucktnir a
bun. :lc of pap. is. "I.I. h he . arrie.l In hla hand.
Into tho deep recesses of Ills overcoat pocket,
he cast u withering glance upon tho prisoners,
and then withdrew.
William Henv-e, the Mcreotyper of HVsvfJiutl
mul niiifin's H.rMv went to the Jefferson Mar
ket Police Court yesterday and gavn ball In
J-.'.Vio for his aiipenntnco for trial. Oil. Hlood Is
to beexamlliod In the Jefferson Market Toll, e
Court to-day. Mr. Woodhull and Miss ClaUIn
are to appear a witnesses.
Mr Challls who Insilt ited the suit for libel
OL-alnst Mrs. Woodhull, Mis ClaUIn. Col. Hlood.
and others, snld Inl'ourt yesterday that he would
spend fh'U"i. If necessary, lo secure their uott
tlctlnn. To this MlssClailln saldtuoSux report
er. " I liato not $1UU,(J with which to defend my
self against him, but I hate truth on my side,
and I have enough conOdciice tn the courts and
Ihe people of New Vork to liolicve that I will
not be convicted. I will submit In the exposi
tion of the truth, but others may not, and I
want Mr. Chullla to understand that I will fight
Ihls case out to the bitter end, and that I bollete
thn people will stand h mu,"
The Woodbiill-CluDIn Sruudul.
Lr.tviHTON, Me., Nov. C Mrs. KUziibotli
Cady Stanton, who waa cited by Mrs. Woodhull
aa authority for some nf her charges against
Henrv Ward Ileeeher, waa In thla city to-day,
and on having her attention railed to the matter
emphatically denied the allegation, and de
clared her conviction that Mrs. Woodliilll's
statements are untrue In every particular.
How They l'l up Murder In Arknnans.
ftomttt JfS'OtlH 7ltlthTIII.
Tlioy liuvo ilonn nml tlo nmny qtner
things down In Arkansas. It seems that the
reputation of the State for eccentricity is cher
ished a a matter of prldn. A brilliant Instance
of this peculiarity lately took place near llrluk
Icy station, on the Memphis and Little Ituck
mllrnnd. 'I he train hnd stopped to wood, und
the .aseiigcn all got out on the pint f mm
to while away the time. One of them, named
John Hnidy hnd more serious business, on his
hands than kill time. Ho stepped up to another,
named ( llllord, and saying, " Your tlmu hns
come," commenced emptying hU revolver Into
his victim's body. Clifford could not aland It,
and then and there fell dead among the passen
gers, llrady gave himself up.
A coroner's Jury waa aeodtly summoned, and
an Investigation took place, while the train waa
delated in order not to carry off the wituessos,
Hraify made a statement, telling the gentlemen
and ladles " that no one could rogrel tho affair
more than he, but one of them had to go and ho
preferred to stay and see hla family again, Ilu
tinned that he would never be forced to do suoh
ii tiling again, and rested the Justice of his cose
with the coroner's Jury," That body acquitted
llrady on tho ground of Justifiable homicide
and advised hint to he more careful In tho future.
They objected chlelly to hla shooting a man
among so many passengers. It waa dangerous
and might lead to fatal errors and other unplea
sant results. The train and Jury and llrady, and
the other passemrent went on and left the corpeO
to tako coro of Itself,
Cammlaaloaer Domlna'a Private (secretary ,
Washington, Nov, 9. There han been quite a
flutter amoag the female clsrks la the Internal lUvraue
II ureaa over the announcement a day er two ago that
t'nmmlssloner Douglaa; had raised the salary of bis so
called private aeerctary, who la a lady, from twelve
to fearlern hnadred dollar, without requiring ker to
conformant tho clsll serf lei regulations ey passing a
tefnpettiTTeesanbtMleos Much luillginllou lias beta
LIFE IN THE METROPOLIS.
itASJtrs nunc axd inr.nn jit xite
Judge McCnnn'sj Wlll-Volit Protallona which
May llrrnlt It,
Tho hearing of the Judgo McCunn will case
wsa rfiumed before Pnrrogate Hntchlnge yesterday.
Dr. Osrno wss recalled. In his cross-examination last
f atunUy the doctor became otnewhat confused, and
when asked by Mr. Jaeuuca whether tie had related all
Ibat was said and done when he algncd the will, he
answered, "Vet," hut omitted to repeat what he had
sworn to on the direct examination, that after he hnd
attached hi first slemitnre to Ihe will tbe.lniliie said t
"I declare this to be my last will and testament, and I
want yon la sign It acsfn." The second signature was
inarteln the maraih. After this link In the testimony hsd
been twrlxcte.l, Mr. Merry ultero.1 tho attestation clause
In evidence, hut It was objected toby Mr. Jaeqnca. The
Cnnrt sustained Ihe objection, and Mr. (Jerry took an
Mr, .tacnnesthen effsred. on part of the Martha Ttet
trtrk heirs, an objection to the will, aa bring Invalid on
several grounds, 1 he paper wat placed on (lie. Coun
ts! said That they did not oppose the will on the ground
of frind or lncoui.ctcncy, but that It coatnlncd void
iDXruni' ins. ....
The furtuir hearing was set down for M ondsy next.
A Ynnng I'nrmer Tarred nnd Feathered,
Mr. 0. II. Kelsey, a well-to-do farmer of Hunt
ington, L. I., a years of sgc, recently became tnfatusted
with a Miss Julia Smith, a young woman possessing
property valued at 130,000, which was willed to her by
her grandfather, Mlsa Smith has lived with her grand
mother, Mrs. Ctisrlnlto Oakley, and la engaged to bo
married to sMr. Fsmmliof the astne town. Mr.Ket
sey.lt la said, wrote her many letters, followed her
abont on every possible occasion, and even went si fsr
as to enter her room, by means of a ladder, through ths
window. Mlsa Hunt It la aald tn have frequently rebuffed
hltn, but all to no purpose. Mr. Bammia and utbera re
quested Mr. Kelsey to unit annoying Miss Smith. On
Tuesday night, seeing that tho Infatuated young nun
could not be rer uaded by kind words to desist from
his attentions to Mis" Smith, some ten ortwelremen,
dtsioilsnl. captured nhn.ctit oft Ms hair and whiskers,
aud rum. stud hltn with s coat of tar snd feathers.
Hallway Accidents In Westchester Cnttnty.
Mrs. Muldoon, an old woman who has sup
ported her Invalid husband for aevrrsl ycara by wash
ing, waa killed by the local New Haven express train
onth yesterday morning st fitch itrect, Tremont. The
engineer, seeing her about to crota the track, sounded
for brakes aud reversed ht locomotive, but lie ronbt
not stop In tlm. The woman waa thrown over forty
feet, her h ad striking a atone which cotnoletf ly sea ped
her. James Itasiinr, a Herman, was tat ally Injured by a
freight train near larrytowii on Tuesday ulgut. lis Is
unable to give auy account of bunsc If.
Itrrormltig the Lunntle Asylum Abuses,
The committee appointed by tho Commis
sioners utCharlllca and Correction to Investigate tho
Ward's Island Lunatlo Asylum abuses report In favor
of abolishing Ihe office of Ttiyslrtsnt of plselng the
ssylum under thn charge of tho Medical lloird. anaof
Increasing the number of asylum utirsea and ordurllca,
and their ratca of compensation. Mrs. Schmidt, wife
of the Protestant chaplain, waa appointed tlcrmin
A Collision In the Harbor.
In a suit by tho owners of the steatnttig t'nlt
to recover damages from tho steamtug Gen. William
Mrrandlest for running serosa the bow of the Tnlt,
thus f, rrlng her Into collision with the ferry boat t .in
niwlore Terry. .Indue lllalchtord hsa ordered a decree
for Iheoaarra of U.e Unit, sad a reference to aMrlain
aud report the amount of damages.
Haunted I'onrtren Year Rrnpvearnnrr ol
Soilthsflii, MnmnrU'a Itlval.
A few tlnys njrp Tits ft' pnlillslutl nn
account of tho reappearance In the rotirth Ward
of I!llrn Malone, who was Implicated In the
Samuels murder fourteen years ago. It. II.
Smlthson waa mentioned aa having been sus
pected at the time of the murder. Smlthson
was tho rival of the murdered man In the affec
tions of a Mlsa Corliss of Brooklyn, whose da
guerreotype wa found on the person of Samuels.
On the Coroner's Inquest Miss Curtlss's relatives
testified against Smlthson. It was not known
whether he was allte or dead.
Last night Stnlthson entered tho Oalt street
police station. Sergeant Kelly was behind the
desk. The visitor wa dreseed Itl a double
breastod black coat, light pantaloon, and turn
down collar with a hluck bow. Ho wore a
round hat, which ant Jauntily nn n good sized
head, llo wore a light moustache and goatee.
Aa no ttentM'd uti to the ra'lltig he ret utilized
the Sergeant, and nervously said ;
" Don't you know me any more. Sergeant?
Sergeant Kelly put nn his glasses nud looked
sharply nt Ids questioner, lie answered, that
his face wa familiar, but ho could not recall his
name. Smlthson looked nervously around, and
hesitated for a moment, l'lnollvhe music n il
tin courage and pulled out of his pocket a slip
from TiicSl'N, which he handed to the Sergeant
The Sergeant rcplared the glasses on his nose
and glanced nt the slip. Smlthson pointed out
his name and the "er.'eant took off hi glasses.
Si'ilthsoti sidd that ho tlinuuhtthn murder had
tie i forgotten by the community, lint he added,
" It has always haunted mo." He declared his
Innocence, sating tuat ho hadhail nothing what
otertodu with it. He had hoped that nothing
mure would ever have been said about it and
thtitjlt would have passed luto oblivion with II
He asked the Sergeant whether r.llon Malone
was still locked up In the police nation, and
hating been Informed that she wa not, ho
wanted to know where he could find her. The
Sergeant, howetcr, could gltu hlui no Itifurtua-
Smlthson then related the story of hi arrest
by Detective Notins, and his examination be
fore Coroner Cnnnery lu the lleekman street po
lice station; how he was discharged with u rep
rimand by the Coroner Itl pure Celtic brogue,
lie said he felt annoyed at tho unexpected np
penranco In Tint SltN of tne details of thu mur
der, but complimented that newspaper for 1(4
enterprise, lie left his address a Til Coles
street, Jersey City.
a ii i sr.vrxT..
The rtrnoUlvn ThlHinnnanle t-oilrtr-The
jH'opIo of Hrooklyn per-ist lnnvidy
In their purpose of supporting orchestral con
certs devoted to classical music. The first re
hearsal of tho present season took place yester
day afternoon. The orchestral compositions for
the first concert are not very' fresh, but nouo tho '
less good on that account. The jihcr iff rcsls.'- 1
mice Is lleethoven's llfth fymphony, and that
never grow tame or iinlnteiestlng any mora
than the psalms of Dai Id or the poetry of the
Iliad. Ilesldes this. Cluck's overture to Iphlge
nla In Anils, I.lstx's .tf u.jij.i, and Schumann's
only concerto, lor piano and orchestra, will be
given, Mlsa Mchllg being thu pianist. latter In
the season some new works w ill bo given, promi
nent among them being llrlstow's Symphony,
I7ir .timilUli. Miss Kellogg Is to bo the vocalist
at the Drat concert, nnd there Is a prosiiect
that Itublnstrin may assist at one of thu later
ones. If only he could conduct one concert
thero would lie a now revelation of his talent,
which Is no less remarkable aa conductor than
as virtuoso. Then wo should hear the same
wonderful effects that he suggests with the
pianoforte produced In all their breadth and
power with that greatest of all modes of mu
sical Interpretation- an orchestra. If llulln
steln leaves this country without having con
ducted an orchestra which Is all too likely to
be the case he will leave having shown us only
half hit gifts ; for as under his hand we seem to
iiear the piano for thn first time, so under hi
baton we should find III the orchestra effects
never before brought out.
The storm of lust evening imve Mm otzok
but a thin house to listen to " Crlsplno," which
was then brought out for the first time this sea
son. Miss Kellogg seemed Influenced by tho bad
weather, nnd scarcely sang with her accustomed
spirit. Hut llonronl, we terlly believe. If thero
wete hut one man In the house, and he an
usher, would make as many droll grimaces and
sing at the unit with aa much spirit as though
he were n thousand. To-morrow evening the
"Noun ill Figaro" will be gllcll with Madame
Lucca, Miss Kellogg, and Madiimo Latlelll.
The Itublnslelu Concerts.
Ntxt week wo shall liuvuusoilosof tho
lieet chamber conceits ever given In this city.
To hear trios, quartette.!, ana quintettes, In
which such artists as ltublnsteln, Wlcnlawski,
llerrner, and Matxkn are among the players,
will bu to enjoy music In Its highest forms and
from the hands nf Its most worthy Interpreters.
Sin h an opportunity occurs but once In a
, geuerallcti. llreat violinists and groat pianists
we hate hod before now, but none, who lutu
been heard In thla Held of art.
Iteturn of Hublnateln.
Ttuhlnsteln will make hlsreappoaranre In New
Vork next buadsy evening at the Ursnd Opera House.
Another Man who bus no Hats to Hell,
7e nuior ef TX .Win.
Bin; Add mo lo tho list of those who havn't
any old white bats for sale. I value mlue moro highly
than ever. Allow ins to thank you for your noble po
altlou Inthslale cainpantu. aud t hope you will eon
bnue to expose the ogrnuitlou which weiusy expect tue
next four years, X Tans ltsri'cucas,
Kicked to Death by Ilia Horse.
Doston, Mot. Patrick Cushman, of Dan
vers, fell from his wsgon rally this memlng, and waa
kicked la drain by Lis horse.
Kasy terms for furniture, rarpeta, and bed
Hof. al B. M.CewparthwaU O.'i, l Chatham street.
AaUnnieaae stock an row antra. Barcsuu lor cssn,
er payuieuu received weekli or menial, raster aa4
ehaailei sultea In great varlatr.-J'fs.
o nit at rmn tir xrAbinoif, ir. r.
Two flalendlil Trotter nnd I'oitr Vnlunble
Dos Huraed to Dent h-Thrre llnrna De
Mntllson, N. J., wnn on Tuwilny nlRht tho
scene of the most disastrous conflagration that
has ever been witnessed In thatplncc. Notonly
was much property destroyed, hut two vnlitahlo
horsoa troro also losL The fire originated In tho
stable of Mr. James llryre, a New York cotton
merchant, on tho Kast Madison road, at half
past six, nnd waa first soen by the gardener's
wife, Mrs. Coran. The gardener was nt tho time
casting his voto at tho polling place, eiiortly
after tho alarm was glton tho wholo tlllago
turtiod out to subdue tho flame, but beforo nc
tlvo operations could bo rommencod the. two
horses, thrco valuable hunting dogs, and a New
foundland doc were burned to n crisp.
The llamos soon oominuiilc.nlcil to the barn,
which was soon leveled to tho ground. Sparks
from tho abovo flow across tho lane to the
property of Mr. William Hrtco, called ''The
Locust' and within fifteen minutes thrco barns
and nnoulbtilldlngnllcd with hayand grain wero
totally destroyed. Thollamcs were not subdued
until after 11 o'clock.
A largo number of horses and cattle were In
an adjoining stable, hut they were romoved to a
place of safety. Tho carriage house Is also a
total wreck, but Its contents, consisting; of
Bcvrrnl carriages and wagons, woro savod.
Tho two horses which wero lost aro well
known to the sporting fraternity, and aro called
"Slotioh," nt A Idaho," and " Scuttle." Blouch
hsa a record of K:at. These horses wero the
property of Mr. James Hrlco, Jr. .They wero
afflicted with the prevailing eplxodtlo, hut wero
In a convalescent state beforo tho fire. The
owner tr-iuld not havo sold them for ta),tX)0.
Mr. James llrlce'a loa on barn nnd stablo
amounts to nearly $3,1X0. fully Insured. Mr.
William Hrlre loos about tIS.oilO, partially In
sured. Mr, Hrlco regrets exceedingly the loss of
his grain, which wan of rare quality.
Nocuuae can be assigned for the fire, no fire,
lamp, or other Inlluuiinahln substatn'o or mate
rial wns allowed In tho stablo whero tho tiro
originated. It I believed by mnny to be the
work of an Incendiary. ,
Tlio owners of the destroyed property feel
thentselve greatty Indebted to thn residents
for their aid In extinguishing tho flames. The
town cannot boast of a Kirn Department, and
the work of subduing tlio flame waa dnde by
mean of buckets. All day yestenlny thu vlrln
Ityof the fire waa crowded liya gaping multi
tude, nnd It served to he the chief topic of the
day, not excepting Oram's reelection.
Til Ii I'll LSI HEXT COXnilATILATJCD.
lie Knew nil About iho Itesnlt u Month Ami
SVerctnry I'Tsti to Hellre Trom Ihe f oh
Diet Xo Olhrr Change Contemplated.
Wamhinoio.v, Nov. fl. Thoso tvhu have
conversed with President Grant nnd his mora
Intlmato friends In Washington during the past
month, will remember that they uniformly pre
dicted such a result of tho Presidential election
as has Just occurred. They seemed to possess
data from gentlotnen In different part of tho
country which Justified them In their hopes and
prospects, uow fully realized. Tho President
tn-dny received calls of congratulation. In addi
tion lo numerous telegrams of irreetlng. and
also announcing results. Ho expreseed thanks
to his guests for thoso manifestations of friend
ship, and apart from tho political Issues ittvolt ed,
wna gratified that the people had vindicated Ills
private character, whloh had been assailed dur
ing the eanva. , ,
That there will be at least ono change In the
Cabinet nt the commencement of Iho next
Treldentlal term there la no question. It I
known that Secretary Tlsh has repeatedly ex
prCK'rd his wlh to lie relieved from thn posl
llun of Secretary of State. His desire, will be
gratified at the end of tho present term.
There Is no probability of a ohange of Attor-ney-Oeneral.
Judge Williams recently remarked
t" a friend that, although he could have been
elected Senator from Oregon, ho declined bolng
neandldnto In order that he might remain lu
his preent office,
There Is good reaon for stating Hint any re
marks with regard to the other inetubers of the
Cabinet would be mere speculation, but It. miiv
be said that the conimlsalona of all of tlmm will
expire at the eloe of the prevent term, Uiu ne
cessitating new commissions to thosn serving on
Cabinet offlrer nfter tho till of Mnrch next.
It Is too early to uutlclpatn tho Tresldent a
action In the future concerning reforms and
measure of Administration, further than hi
Intimation to-day that he will endeavor to aliape
hi orflelal conduct o a to meet the expeetn
Uolis of the country, and to tinlto the people In
stronger bonds of ienee, whllii by ail menu III
hi power promoting Hmlr welfare nt home and
An Antl-I.lrense Kiel In Kxcler. I'nc.
London, Nov. d. Annttempt was made yes
terday to celebrate Guy FaakeVa Day in rxeter. The
affair waa turned Int') a demonstration against the
Lienor Licensing act. !et oral speakers denounced the
ruiasare,bnt met much opposition from persona In the
crowd. Tho proceellngs soon hectme disorderly and
finally degenerated Into a riot. Cndsela and brlckhal.
were freely used, and many of the rioters wern Injured.
Tne rsillee. at list, m.t the belter of tha mob and dli
persed it. afiertnsklnir several arr-'s. fceventean mea
are In hospital Migerlug trum tujurle roceltid during
Mr. Noraood Clay h:s p, st-.nne-l an addr he waa
a.rertlcd 10 deltirr . Hull for fear Dial the anll
1111.11. lUCU would '.I all. I i III" vt l..
1 I .A.CIA 1. AMt CO.VJIl.ltCl IK.
Wkiinwii tv, Nov. il P.M. -Contrary to gen
eral expectation, the various markets at the Stock
Tichange have refected extreme nu't and dullness
tiimufthuut the day. Thlacocdltlon was partially tn.
dueed by a general disposition to ill. cum the results of
yesterday's local and National elicllcns, thnnch the
seflertlon of Oenersl Grant, we may here sdd,
Laa been for some time well dlscotnitol In W 11
tritt. During the past few day, however, there
have been somo Important purchases of stocks
In Ihe expectation that a sharp rally would
to-dsy be Inaugurated, and during which a hamb
some profit might be reaped by realizing sales. Trtrc
starbrdoff active snd ('.rung at the opening, but snbsiv
nnently, however, began to droop, and the rush of sel
lers forced tha market Into the dullness already alludi .1
to, w lib lower quotations. A partltt reaction succeed,
ed for a tune, but the artemoon business dwindled into
positive Insigntflcance.and with re porta of hhrtiermonrv
rati a In London, totrethsr with disappointed feet,
tmr tn this marki t ovrr the course of tiie
day's operations, ihera wss developed a mark,
ed weakness eiul Indisposition lu operate i.n
e. ih-r side. In the morulug dealings Tfrsisrn I nl a
f. hiirauh. New ort Central, Ohio and Mississippi,
f ike "bore, ltoston. Hartford and arte, and Wabash
acre the more conspicuous features . while tn the lati r
operations, srut!i sl rks aa larinc Mall. hrta. lUick
Island, an.l Northwestern common, with also Lake
Mx.rc. seemed to attract the chief attention Tbeoper s
lions of I' e past few days Indicate that quite a nnmbrr
of the poi'li haie closed ont their hobilnir. and ar, now
pri pared to -peculate on either stde of the inarkei aa
mi) best snit their Inclinations, (.'.. I', and I. t ..
as also t'nlon Pacific, waa at times act've, but
both of these siorsa s)mrattitzt'd with the Kiural dd
I elluc, although at the close there somo attempt tn
rally th. irrrr ral market, and a rccoy ry of h to '4
cent, was nbsirvrdlu the tlnal operations, AtMntlr
Mail ranged trim 1S' ispy with final transactions at
levc. hut the other nilseellaneoui shares were unim
portant. Attention Is invited to the remearutlve tab.e
below, where the extrrnio range ut the da) 'e fluctua
tion! M given.
The sharp sqnecre developed tn gold on Mondty
caused a quick bnylrg movement tn that market this
morning by the shorta. who were compelled to pay -urh
extraordinary rates at thit time, and the v ire ad
vanced from Ill's to II1H on a fair volume nf business.
On gold loans Ihe rates were H, 1-1. 1-31, fiat .', slid I M
for borrowing, and I and i V ceut. for earning. Touior
mw the Treaury w 111 sell a million gold. The Assistant
Treasurer redeemed tsA'i In called bonds, aud paid nut
Htt.lOtncoln Interest on the punlle debt. The dat's
hnstneas at the Hob-treasury cov credi Hold reciit't.
IS! .tss.Mi do. payments, II ivi,r.4.i.; . do. balance. Hit,
4K.ssi.K7i currency receipts, tlM.M.tsli do. psji.u'nls.
I'slMM. i do. balance, S.aiH,7H.''0 . CUstonis. S3ji.
1 1. Item 0 cancelled cold c rtlllcatcs were tent to Wash.
lUfcMon. II. ('.
The total clearings at the Hold Kxchange Hank waa
lls.WJ.lxi! gold balances, f4.XU.tr.it and currency
balances, fie&MM. 1 he follow lug w ere Ihe quotations
lOtOO A, tf Ut lJ:IOr.M....ll2k 3:tt T. M..,.H3H
lOiUA.M Itl k I HI0T.M....tX U.OJ T.M....MS
Foreign exchange waa rMher nmicr, tint we quote
rates on the balls of IHH-tl'M for piluie sixty daya
the Tretsnry botnibt only lfjs.no flvctwenttcj at
U1J7 lo 111.67, on total otkilufs ot.t I.CUW.O at 111.37 to
A steady money market has pret ailed all dar. the rul
In? flgurrs at which business waa done having been 6 f ,
V cent., tbongh the preponderance of transact lous early
III the day waa at Ihe 1 titer flgil-'. At the dose tin re
waa a b. iter supply, the ratea bcluglandt. There Is
plenty of comniiTi tal paper ogerlug. uud tho best
gra irs are quoicd al 14,12 ccnl.dtscouut.
I Me (internment bond market en. tied steady, hut In
siiniiaihy with the rise In gold prices advanci .1 al tho
1st.' i ills. Tho to lull, o of buslii. it wns a mail ns usual
lid tan ullerliigs limited, but the pries are controlled
cltetti.at present, by the course of tho gold pmnlum
ami timt of the I oudon nurk. i. Henry I lew Co. Si
Malls rcil.rciiull vricts s luliows st the close all
Ih.l.A.l fl H.I.JslAf,
T P. cur t iu Iil S iV.iKn, conn, ill HT.
a,1sl,rcg. . nr. tlt'i v.Vs, l'lo, (oup..tlll lis V
fs issi coiip. . ..ttntf iism s-vus. iw. euup.-lli IHH
s-A.rrg .M. N. H 111V IJ-ios rcR HI lii-.'l
!', psj.coup. HIS IIU 10-Kis coupon . oo Its
S?v,ld,cou i. Ilt.'k Ill's is of pel, reg. .miM l'H
s.Jis IMS coup 1IJ tl S' r,sof l3t.coup trniv ur'
6-at.,'7,rg.eJ.AJ.IIt UtV (-n.Tttelllcg.b WK Its)
There was a firmer tone to tho Knulherii State bonds,
Tennessee selling at IIU to 71),, Virginia consols al C..
and NerUi tarollusi, old. at 33, At th" close Missouri
fs were quoted st W'4 bid, and South Carolliiia st a
bias fur tiie new Jauuary and July, and at J7 to?n fur
tho new April and October lsue. American Ksrli.ttik-a
llsnk shares sold st US. aad Hank of New 1 ork at gu.
There was a prelty actlte busiuiss In railroad bonds,
bul the market la devoid of auy new fea
ture. Tha demand, thouiitiwnol active, readily
absorbs tho offerings, sud prices are therefore k;iu
steady. Centra! 1'aclnca sold at lisvaioom , t'nlon Ta
cltlc Ista, as 'si I. id granla, "71.177 Si luiomrs, s e
SIM 1 Toledo, Peoria anil Warsaw Ista, l 1 Ncwl.uk
Ciutralw, XI. it) New York Central 7s. 1,IOUi Krte7s
ronsolldali d kol.l.HHwMi Dctrult. M. and loledo Ista.
Ml Cleveland and Toledo, new holds. CIV, llsnntl'sl
and Bt. Jo. be, convertible. 90 1 Toledo aud Wabash Ills,
sit. Louie IHvtslon, 80W 1 Toledo and Wabash equipment
bonds, S5i New Jersey Central late, now. HRV 1 ( sml
It. I.sihI I'aciac 7, 101 M I Cleveland and Plttsonrab.su
inortgagrs, BSM Milwaukee and ft. Paul lsts,Wf iCok,
C. and Indiana Central Ista. SI lasiinn. . . ,,
The following were the higneat, lowest, and 4 I . as.
(Josuif quotatioas of ttocks 1 , , :S'V.'f.7
ef.T.Caad Hodsoncon... MM S K PH
LakeShore W r" fsfs
New Jersey Central. -
Del., Lack, and Western,,, "H
Wabash T3V 71H THV fltT
llsvism. UCK, lis lis I1514 MLl
csntoa .isdCo....... llif til jot1 ) V
WesieTi" ffnlon Telegraph, my N tost' fV
Northwtstern WH JS WV f'B
Northwestern preferred, IW S7 Kjsf w X
Mllwnnkte aail Ht. lsal ... t7 Mfi MY 57
MllwaukceandSt.Taulpf'd - TfT 76,sT
Panama .....Ill l' 14-1 I fl
I Tactile Mall t4 C'V B ( "
Krle..,,..,, , Kia UH. tl 6'JJ
Ohio and Mississippi IS 7V tt1?
ltoston. Hartford and Krle. K " S X , I
Union Tarine ., i)H M "
('..r and I ml. Cent SC'T 85H )? fU
Hannibal an.l Ht. Joseph... Sv W,
HaniilhalandBt.Jo. prcf... "nA M
unlrksllvrr ....... 47W 45'4 47tj 47
(Jnlckstlver preferred....,, fst K
Adams Kaprrsa w My
WelU, Ksrgo Co, Kx KIM sa
Mnerli an M, II, Kxpresa,,, ",li 73
United Stales Kaprcss MX 75
Hrnl Kslnte ainrhrt. I
I'olltlcal excitement having subsided and .the.
hcrse disease stinted, business was resumed yesterday
ttbe Kxchange Salesroom with a promising sppiar- I
tnce of activity. Negotiations at private salo were re-
newrd, and tha prospects of the winter season pretty-
freely discussed among dealers. Hut one Westchester fl
and two New Jersey sales aro reported, and1 I
the negotiations for an oxchingo of Statin. fl
Island property were nnunsrlly aapended when , fl
the nnwarrantsd snd hort-tlghted pnllrv fl
of thn North hbore Kerry Company In raising
their ratea of fare fifty percent, becamn known. It ta
rather dirtlcull for any rnaaonably Intelligent ixraon tu
realltothat any company of sninclrnt aggregate slu-
pldliyas to commit liarl-kxrl In such a tvahlon eonld
ctlat and the only regret expnsaed by wise Mslm
Island dealers who hope for any thriving future for the
beantlfnl Isle of the Hra, la that Ihe company: did . - m
not raise Ihe fare to fifty eenta, and thus precipitate H
the humeillateereetlon of hrldgi-a and proper railroad S
connections with the New Jersey ihore. Thrlr present
action, nf coarse. Insures the rrsnlt. soon or late, but H
blgtier fares would doso at sn earlier day. ... ll
Qnlte an Interest was manifested In the lersl ! M
yeslerdsy. Jsinrs Miller, per onlerMupmnn Court (It. H
(;. Ilrsmlsh, referee), sold fonr Iota north side nf t Itty- H
fourth street, east of tk'cond avenue, for JIM11 WM
11. T. Falrrhltd, same Court urtler (tl. F. Ilcmareat,
referee), sold the premises Tl llmome street for fo.Tto. fH
Jrrr. .lohnsou, Jr. snd J. M.HIbaon announre the ' M
sale or II choice villi sites In llergen Tnlnt and two H
modern dwellings mi Nov. II. also, an loia In the bean- ' . H
llful snd nletnresoneclly of Klnstn. NA .. st Ihe foot (
i.f theCstiklll Mountains, nn Nor. If. These fa, as aro- i. m
to be held 011 Hie irrnunda during the ensuing weiiK. ?ifl
The mo houso wl.l ut me bacbango Kab sniom. SJfJH
i'V Iota mil' irty.nlnlb trcel, bi'ts " a K' -Uth and Nlntn. Hfll
avenues, Ta ookl) 11.
Itsw York Slnrkels. Hj
Wr.DNBDtY, Nov. .-l'ia)tiii and Mutt- fljflj
Vlonr atrauy fur family gradea and blah gradia. )Ie-
ilium Kradra easlir. Kalr demand for loral wants, hue
the export Inquiry wa rbecked. Minnesota spring- H
bakers1 tn good demand at fall prices. A fall' H
bnslnesa In Hnuthrrn. Western winter, bt. Louis. H
Honthcrn Illinois, snd city mills. Corn meat H H
quiet. We quotet Klour raipertlne Klato snd tVest- , m H
em, vbbl.. l.7.va$-'..tfi rxtia htate, Ac, C JVi;.j; m H
tVestem spring wheat extras, id';.l3 1 do. dnublu M
extras, 7.SiVass.TX. do. winter wheat extras and rtnu- m H
ble extras, fl.'Mfll.'r.i rlty shipping extras, f7.jn, h
J7jn( city trade and family brands, ullimt Houtli- km. H
imhakrn' and family l.rsn'U, tl.sUllLVJi Houthurti fli
shlpplnir ellras, t7.'xii4li-'0. live flonr. M.7&4S.1.7). iMH
cornmral- Western, c.,Xxa.ti)i llrainlrwlne. Ac,
KlatM.wi. Iliukwbrat dour, V I'D as., 3.tviH 3.
tiaiajantra Cofloeandtnolassi-squlet snd unehanged.
Ttlee In fair demand from the trade 1 sale asibagsat MB
lur. fnrTatna,andS'ii4)'e for llsngoon. ttiiawrs nrm. pB
bnt dull 1 sales 'J'l hhds.. Including good refining Cuba
attVc. and rrocrry l'nrto lllro at. We.i ilsi, IW")
baas Kast Inula on private terms 1 Nn. u box quoted
li'ie. Itennid sugars ilrady 1 hanlJ.tSXc.
(.mix Wheat dull and lie. Invert sales m.wn bulb.
at ILMilLUfor N..rUiwrst.ll.-a for No. '.Milwaukee ,flfll
spring. 11.61 in store, and 11.65 atlost for winter red sfj fal
ttestern, and ll.TDutl.Ti for anther wlnt r. Corn lower
and moderately active 1 salei ini,t)bush. at irji.1tc.
afloat for sail mixed, (IV In store for steam mlxud, W
ale, foryellow Weatern, and Siifelc. fur white western. f
Data eashrtsalea ii)jn bush, st Isc. for old Western LaaH
agost, lUAgk'. for new blaik Western, 4.1 43e.. fur lulled
new Western, W.al7c. for new white Western. H2r. for S
old while bUtr, bi'.lAlTi for new do., and IV. for mixed . JH
Htate. Parley dull 1 sale IO.hv bush, at Te. for WesHTn ' flH
us-, for six. rowed Hiate.and tl.H for piliue. Ityo eialrs tH
ho) bush. Weatem atste.
Tr.ovtstois I'ora waahlgher.wttha good bitslnissat S
aalea aliotit'Aiis)bbbi.,lncludlngineas lu a Jobbing way
at tu.nlli.7r., do. for Notrmhir at 1 1X1), and new tor lM
liereinbrrat tllU. lkrf wat quiet and unchanged. ,
lleef name sold to some extent at ta for weather
cureil. Damn waa firm on the spot, hot ralnrr weak
for futuret TV) boxes sold ar Sne. forlung rlear.ang 'H
te. for short clear. Cut inra'a wern generally qnlec, , H
aud rather weak lor heavy alocki laAii Iks. belli' a sold
at ic. laird waa In fair drmaud and Onucri salca
iJM tcs., Including prime Western, t Vc. and do, city WM
misv-sSnc. Dri-sscu huga were tn good itcmand snd jM
nrm at S'.7;e. as extremes Hotter waa viryunlrt at
'.aoc. for nrtins HtRte dairies, and ivaWc. for frcaii H
Western. I'hrcsr was quiet aad unchanged st I IX' fl
liue. forfaner Mats factory. ,
X'orrox flic tmnsacMr sin eoltnn on the spot barn I H
tiern modrratn 1 quotaUuns reduc .1 c Tiie tone of
the market during the day ha be -u quiet, tllil lllnr H
uplands, la'fc.i and luw middling do., is tfoa sales 2.1 II
bslea, of wlilcn 1,111 were for eiport, K for cinsuiup-
lion, 1 fur apeeulatlon, aud HJ lu transit. In forward
deilierlca there were fair tracuulona at Kf!!c dc-
1 line t aalea S.&tl bales, doling, by official report, at
is);r. for SovemtMr, 1 5-ISc for Decemlier, ISSe. for
Jauuary, IS It-He. for Kehnury, HHc. for Mandi, lMe.
for April, and I lie. for May. The Liverpool market
was rrnnrtcd dull tuilddlleg uplands, IDd,
MUM.Hixs-I'etroletun very qulot at 2Ct,e- for refined, H
and lifsultc.fur crude, atralued roiln tlrm at tl-
siurlta tiirpriitlnu quiet nut firm at i ic i',t. Tallow sold
at 'J."..irc. for choice. Whiskey steady st use. TrrlgbU
firm bat qu'et 1 wheat to Liverpool, by atoam, ;tu.
HAKIXJ: IXTt'L t.tGKSCK.
wistiTrnx atwanao -ntr nsv flj
?no rises s Zi him set 4 30, Mima sets.. .10 M
uiou vyaTsaiui oar. H
fanily lloolc.l'J US uuy. lsUan..a si UellQate.... t el
Arrlvrd-WrDtisoiT. Nov. S, H
Ft. sinsblp rieopalra, Sav miuh, tn.lie. and pass.
Meaiitsblp tllunla, Cardlg, railroad Iron.
St-nmshlti Isaun lleii, Kirlitnniid. ludse. and piss. H
Ktcamsiilp falahrta, l.lvrrpi'ol. mdso.aii.1 ua.
M.s.llliMp Hid ilia, lis ib 1 T. rnde. auil pass. ,H
xt ui.slilplt.'iii fart,. r WPn.ii gton, N. C.nivsl storm W
ll..n Magda'cua, Mar-' 111 "-. U lie. ,1
It rk t'lriks, llambnnr. milse. lLfll
Hnra t.lea. tletinn, nnlse. flfl
liriri'hsrlnite, old Harbor, Ja.. logwood and sugsr.
ling t'nlon b'ar. tt ludsor, plaster UUm
ItrigHamhirawt-ll.M. J'.hu.T. II, sujar. YAm
Prig Isaac Car.er. (itngor, lumber. 'TH
fi l.r Jonas Soilth, Prnnswl, k, lia., yellow ptn. WW
8chr Hubert Mayhew, Ikiyport. Fli.. eilar.
Hi'i r Annie II, ifiieklin.Cuw 1 ay, coal.
l-ehr Tniveller, Jacksonville, yoilow pine.
M.ri.'. K. Klnirr, tvlhnlmiton,N.C.,uavalalurca. ,
Scbr Tercy. Kastiairt, nsti,
se'.r K lis sawyer, Ca,ala, lumber. MM
Sr.'ir Ada Pikir.St. Jehu. V. II, lumber.
t-c'ir tl. II. Ilowra. Camden, lime. mm
Hchr Nettle, Mushqua'h, V. 11., Inmber. W
A .so the usual river and coastwise swirls. H
rtroinn-f 'ilwrnliim-llorae DlM-nae.
Orrick or Tun IhM'iiaaxea TnaasfjuTaTiox Col
JfMtrt. TlUtn .f Co.
Urvri.xr.M We have nsed your Diinso-Cmo-cLiv,
the powerful dro4ortxer and disinfectant, for
oine thua ptst, aad particularly slcce the breaking out
of the horsa dltcaae, and find It a usost efilcacloua arti
cle In this dlseise. We cse It tn our bum and beat ,
tablet with th very best eifect, end tke great pleaa.
tire In rrcomm ndlng It to everybody who owns hor'ts.
no matter wheiberatrv.ked or not. Wo find It a TltK,
. IIVI:. and sfterau attack we bate found it a very
valnable K MKDT. wiilch shoold bo possessed bj
every hertc owner.
FISH 4 HKATft.
ToVxrcl Itl liiiprov ement Is tb' leading element
of this ccuntri r.n.l noollie srllele of labor sirinir ma- J
chlnerr lias equalled in tlu reuieet t",e acwlllg msrldne f
in rapid sir d.-s nt timro emcrl. Ami'Ut t tenithe Sew
Mllsou I 11. Ii r-1 ceil Machine may be counted the lead
lua oue lu this counci lion. Mr. tv. (1. Wilson, Its la.
vrntur.aLd TrrslJrot of the l o-iipaoy that manufsr,
turei it, mates lis Improven'ent his constant study.
Krerythlpg has been ad led to It that constant exiwrl
mentlnr and science eonld suxgest. and tt Is oSertsl to
Ihe public to-diy without an equal for family nse.
Mailt, rjpld. beautiful, durable, and perfect, the Wilson
holds tbo leading pile amo'igthe be t aeatua inftchlnei
Iniise. (lo and are It. balcrooniat 71 Uroadway, New
York, and la all ot'a r cities In th Tnlted States, the
1 oinpany want ag.'Ulf in country towns.
Neglected Cough nnd Cold. Few are swste
of the Importance of checking a Cough or " Common
Cob!." Ill Its first ttagei thu whlcn la tl. baglnulug
would yield to "llaow.N's llni.scuui.TKikilr," If arc
lected, otttu works upon the lungs.
Knox's lints.- Knox han liilrediictHl his flj
winter style of gentlemen's hats, It Is, being Knox's, HJ
uuapppischsble In beauty, elegance, and dash, lluj HJ
your bats at his popular store, ili llroadwsy, H
The best plneeln New York to bur reliable HJ
watches, fine diamonds, rich, taaliloaable Jewelry, and
slerllnK silver wedding preeent,lsqUllth?S W Fultua flj
t. Diamond, a suritallr. mm
PAMPIIFLI On Wednesdsy. November , Kllea flj
Campbell, a native 01 tnwnland of Lrvi.ssti, couutj km
Tvroue, Irclaud. aged So years, 'mm
Kebitlves and friends srn respectfully Invited to at- .H
tend In r funeral, on Friday. Nov. tuber 8, at 1 u'lluck,
fioui llellrvuo Hospital, '.'uli at., Kaat rltcr.
DAllCKV.-Ou Vt rdnrsday inorulng.i'alhrrlne Harcey, Mm
of the r'rlsh of Ihornstlowu, county Kilkenny, Iris
lard, aged is years. MM
Alt frlenas snd rctitlrrs are Invited tn Ihe f'.nsrsl. H
from the residence ef her ton, Hugh Harcey, 4V3 Fast Mm
Housti iMt.,011 FrUay, NovrmbcrB. ...
IIASLMANN. On Wcdnoday. November 9, Jnc,
Henry llss.'inann. In the S.'d )ir of his age,
Funeral will take place on Trlday, r-owmbrr , at 1 WJH
T. M., from his late rest 1. nee, 31 I'edfurd st. Thtirla. "Wmm
tlvrs and friend, of the family are respectfully uniici
T t HK. On tVrihicsday, November 6. Catharine P,
the I cloved wlfo of K.lwst.l 1) Psrss, sited'-'l years H
Tho relatives and Irleudaut the family, also th. ol
her parents, John an I Julia I oJdP kt. sre respectful.
ly Invited to attend her funeral, Vn,0,,Ti"'r,.ViV ,i flfl
1V0 clock f. M. shsri, from her late residence. AO a.l flfll
WAH1) -OnTues,lanUbt,.u.idenlyf hosrtdista
Wllltani Wart.lntlieisnyearof blsare.. . . HI
Funeral 011 Trlday alteruum 1. , a . I ' JV.mu? d i7 VJI
residence, VI llemy st. rrlcads of the 'n'?i A'1.? flj
bis brother John, are resiiccttully luvllcU l attend mo H
fuuvral, w Ithout further uottru. HJ
eipttial plotters. M
Tlf'KI'.T" Vt't CI ItHKNCV.-ltoial Havana
isitiers A IIAItlKH, so e agent of ICoyal Havana lait-
rv i4 liroadVayVl' t). boa 4.9011, New Vork. True,
rasVed 1 and Inforuiatlon funasbed In all legal lotUrlcs. 9
rieud for circular. W
4 TAUUU.COXIwllSli'fioN, AND UIIKI - M
MATIMt lu Ihe worst forma speedily relieved and per. mm
mauentlv cured. Tamnhlete tree,
maucnuy curcu. j-,,,, iukdkjj.,, iSflTITUTK,
Itl k at UIU sl. New York. MM
-CONHi)jtrTTIVKH"(!A H tlllNtJHI.V lilt. . I.
ll. FCHUtt.'k ef l'bjladclptdl.at XJ DoudL,on 'lues-
day. Nov. It
UUVAI. HAVANA l.OTTKUV.
Tteta, sa. Orders Silt', lalonnatlaa furnlsbcJ. H
l'rtits laakodT .TAVlllIt Co.. Hankers.
' HYfaUtt, New torn.