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FORTIETH YEAH NEW YOTIK, FRIDAY, INOVKMBKU 8, 1S72.
, ; - '
Til K .NOVEMBER ELECTIONS,
xKxxr.ssr.n Axn ai.aiama aoxx
XT THE nOAHD.
Calr l Hliln I.efi far Dr. Itreeler, Bad Oae
f ihem Teaaa-Uranl'e aiajerltr In New
Yerb Oe,000-l)U 3,000 Hekta.
The Infest tclffrraphlo retunu Indicate
tilt A'abama and Tennesse. hav. gone for
llrant hr mall majorities. Tliii leave. Dr.
tlreeley but alz Btat.s, Oeorgla, Kentucky,
Iwulalana, Maryland, Mltaourl, and Texas. This
would make the electoral rota stand 63 for
Urceley to 304 for Grant.
!n tills State Oram's majority "III SO over
ACOO. nil la not 3,0.0 behind, owing to tbe
treachery of the McLaughlin (tang In llrooklyn,
who, while giving Oreeley over 5.000 majority,
told Kenan out for a paltry majorltr of COO.
The-t are but few change In the Assembly
from The Pck'b table published yesterday.
Bmlth M. VTeed Is elected In Clinton county by
A) majority, and Andrew Uleoln carries the
Bsveuteenth District of this city by one plu
rality. There Is no change to note In the Confess
tnon In this State. The Orantltes, however,
claim six Congressman In Virginia and six In
Tennes.ee.
Tha Mujerltlee In Ihr Male far Presides! and
(leveranr br Counties.
rstsirssT.- -onv'yos. -mss't.'W-
Cowii: Ortr.tv. nt ml. A'ernnu. lxr. .W-.o'ruiil.
Albanr . no u
Alleg.iv ,0 i v VH
Miocene . - v a'" !'
,l.r.uzu.. JJ '
aw::
Chenaego .. it i"
OMirahi.. . 22 ire
::: HS :::: 83 IS
fe""'-.::: :::: 3 :::: $ $
rrMTS "I .... irw .... l'W
M'tni.Hsm. .. 310 .... tW M
l,en-.e. I'1 IV 1.I
Qrr.nr 90 .... JO W5
Uertimif U Jft US
.itUir.oa sili .... Ill 151
j&i. .... i ... m . ttm
,,rV,a ... ::. l?0 .. . I,;) IM
Xortf.m'rj a') .... JM 1,1
nr.i,...a ... aw .... win
.r. jm SS ,f?
i m i ii .... jai
3 " "K '88
Kne.r.: rr Its
a" "
Out .... "V. j;i
rlri .... . ji5
q n, .... KU ... UD .. . It)
i!v li t 11 1 7 '
f. I.- ,,ae iM .... W
s.rst i i. . . ... ls- lit'
-4t. , !'
(t...t.a-. tVu A . 13
MMijl.r Il .... m
tmn-j u .. k '
yt, din - Jt
5u(S. . .. 10 . . ISO
fa'l ..a 1W TO) W -
Tl-gs . .. .... ?) .... l
Tnifpn Ml ... 4I IW
til. it SO . .. ! iO
w.ir-i. .... ") .
"s.n.i.jion o .... im Ji
TTf.lch tr.. SM SW . n
Tste ". "0 .... . . MM
Totsl SUM JlW tMO Mill
Vljurtty Jk'j;! !;... I'-US
Tbe .Maiarnlir Vale.
From cim-ful iiimputatiou of the Ao
elafd Press figures on tha Mayoralty Tote, and
the t"Hre D.nires un the same, It now appear
that HaTemeyer's majority amounts to about
6,i). TI.e following t-ble glf e the whole city
Toteon Mayor, with only two election districts
njHili..-:
t.- e, BntH.tn. tr, fmt, i)r'.,Mr,
Ind. dran: Ml tut. !!. Utni.
t . Wl 1M 1JH IJ . H! WIS Sl'l
: tn ) 14 liM lies i-s
3 . . Kin Xtri !!.. . IwT 131 KJS
. .M tfa HIS IS . . lll 6S J
J... vl 13J H J
.. te) i Iran ln K l-
-.. . !lJ Ml SH ! "J l-l
s ws rsa 5) . ? r;n srt
S .. 9DI : .. SMI W3S '
tl).... 4 S fTJ
It .. It TJ1 CIS To'l SMtl 51il
u.... 4it 1M TO IIsTcuitycr'spla'y . a
Foil Tote for Jadce of lha Suarerae t'oan.
rfllVn. Jadf ZtM. ,4i'm. lnifr. Zoit-
My Mrll. .ird. Sly VlrlJ. son. arrf.
ii' sit. Zv.ii. rn,i. Ayp. .
I till I65t 1J Ml IKS
i. :u i3i nil it . ircj itis i
t ru M nils WW sci trt
i i? lcn xx u . ii iy
i rii im it . ino isij ret
i i mi svi ic:i h : ti r-r; i-
ti ri it; ; imi lm
i... ;) tin sji: ssi 5
i "3 m Ji5 ii . lie .-i
:e ri cs m
ii . . Ti i Tcuii' un 4-n
ii v iin
i. in plarslllj,tAil.
1'ull Vale far Judge of lha !Suieriar Court,
An liiM .. .Jim- Pan
' IVirif. Svtnrir. ijirf. ly I orsf. j; fici-. Wls.l,
! i)l. .n. !. i'-. X'"i.
i i,... in 2t itii h nii in
I.. . fill 3U9 in 1 S . IMI, l'JI UK
I u S44 ns ij . r tin ii
4 IJrt rll 11S1 IS.... MWI 3uJ
i . mi vs sn ij .. sk5 ri ito
I.. . IM 5S-1 IA" It f? 1J 5Sl
.. SJfl l"wS IW H... 1V MIS 11S1
I r zsn wa) im jrti ia
I 4S3 ll II. S1 ni M
, is fm zri v .
II Kill 710 tJI lntsl.Utt't 4ll ITM
:i iii ?.t-j i
j v ort'i plvrsiiit. '
ICamplru Vol- f r i l-lrifl .iitoraer,
i.i-fvo- 'I' ' r. H.
Sif. " At'. f'y tnlft.
fhv '. ' ' 41. .. i-l. Jtet..
I r-i ); it .. lilt i?i
i iini lit) (iii is....
I 1.1" n II.. lsw i l 1 1
4 fi: 119 1II5....: I4-.4 3K4
:i jui lit) is . ,"si IMS tiii
i ...!) isii i; rr wn i.-s
".. . .' ssi u vr un m
4 Zil Wl till l . 1W1 1114 li
p ji'.i ct irr. .lis fin us
Ti pa tin ii . n ni IS4
ll lR SM 40a
Ti.lsls J7 a
.', plurality l;s
Ttic Vole far Clly Sleuibara af Assembly.
Tlie followlnt; la the vote for membt-rs of
Assembly, with a few election districts missing
In some of the Assembly districts, which do
not change the result :
riT DISTSICT, I TWItrtB mstsict.
fflty, Tsm III! Took, Tsci 'A70
Mailer, Iifiu IM llsbo, Kep W1T
ilunlsi.L'.orS S4f i
, Cook's ros) (S3
Usttrr's plttr 717 Tiiiani.iTii pistkict.
sreosn DSTICT. Illsckle. lU.p Jin
nirai. Tsin VM Klne. a:a 1'I
j Uuaphy, Itep Tilt Kelly, Lib Ml
; Horni'i ros) 733 Blickle'i plor 13
miau nisTairr. ' roi nriiTn distsict.
Hsrri, Tsm 18U Cornell, T tin 1)17
(lleiln. Iain vr, Boyd, lisp mi
t Icoone j . Dem ca. Dsly, lieu 1U1
rnilougtiby, Kp Ku
. . 1 Cornell's plo . . . IM
litres plor 5W rinnxiH muskt.
7 rm-riu uisiaicT. .Uluinintoal, Tsm T,t
i Hrtn. Tm SIT7 Coffey, Im I5".J
f Usliln, Itcp 9)10 Farley, Hep 1117
I II; id's nit) in Blnmeothsl't pin. . U7I
nrrii msisii-t. I sixtiixtii kistsic-t.
Nurloii. Tsra SIM Wo.HU.Tsin 370
l.W, Jiep u Iriloi.Dem TT,
J Ksrton'sms) 177 Woods's ms TO
SIXTH DIStaiCT. 1I3TIITH BUTSItT.
Csmpliell, Tarn VJf lileitlot.Tsin lias
, Uspp, lisp JUfJldrtlT. Ilep 51 j(
WiUon, lio lt
CsmplieM's rasj. ... ITt.Ward, lad KM
nmii cisratcT.
t Plsrse, lire iim Blessing's pi a I
Tally, Tsm .. S) iiuHiinin bisisict.
- , , . lilglln, Hep l
Clsrke'amsJ , ... 11 Leery, Ixiin 1SII
. .,fuul nistaiCT. khlslds.Tsin IttJ
n"ll!.'"o V(4
4 llujsl.lsm Ml Blglln's plor M
UfMtr, Itl1 Ml' MIXKTIIXTll PISTXICT.
r ... , Peering, Dem 1&T7
if m'" s Pin I7J O'Callarhan, Tsm IM
c r.u. repT.u.'".,.".u:-T' ,W",UlM' Lfb
toosa,Taiu auW Deerlng's plor HI
'' PsllsmaJ Ml Opdjke. Ilep S9M
T Tatii DitTaiCT. I'liugnlin.Tsrn ' M7I
rst e rson. Itep M D Courcsy, Ueni. . .. U'A
i Kullwtgen.Ttni loll
1 .. Opdyke't plnrslltr,,, ljao
,i rstlerson's maj nil' TwrxTT.riasT msiVi'-TV
t iiaysmuuisraiCT. K rsry.Tsru s-.M
IT i t'ornell.lop 85 llaw.Itrp...., ", , , I S
I t-trer.Tsm 1J llsrt, Deui. ...!!!! .. u,
I l-kes,l)fru Mil !
I ... . c'sry's plurality. . .Itoi
Curoell's plur Ml
Ii Mullb M, Weill F.lerlr.l to lha Asssniblr.
1 ('uiiiisi-Hor Hti'jilii'it J. Misuiy rt'oelveil it
If se.patch from Smith M. Weod of Clinton conn,
t' yeati-rday uiuounclng hit aluotluo to tha As-
aembly by 300 majority. Kernan has 100 majori
ty In tha same county.
The Meet rsisltrMsa la qaeene Caaalr.
The lU;piibllcBn elect erery ofllner In
Queens county with tha exception of AaaamWy
ruan In the Becond Dlstrlot. Tha majority for
J, M. Oakley In this district Is 131.
Tka Tata tar City Jne'ie.
IKtu ttJfcrd. ttnH. rrut. Bettor. Mn4.
i T trmxi iw U
I XV 17SII4 If '4-4
I tr mi: u .... u 1J
4.... VM Ml Ii M! ffj
i tWI SOD II Ijjl Ml
I . . .. II7J 1141 H M7I 4IJ0
7 lnj U M Il! ?'
I jj 178 TO IV.I1 SJS1
II n Sit Totsls 1ST, 7174
u tvu , ,Wli
antntrlsnil's msjorliy ".7"
Full Vale lar t'ereaer,
.4itm. VTortmoa, A'eu'er, nem. WoUmai, Kt'iltr,
Hil Mil. Ifm. lUr. fly Mil. em. Krp
I I'll wi II l-t 4j
i... ....... aM hum i" 5
TiU l7l IJ JJS S
4 mi ti h 21! iUI
ir s 11 astl
::::::::: io ?i ....... uss 'i
7.. Ill i m ?j
... ..... 413 IMS JO 77 S7M
.:::;:;::; jisJ 4m rm
!? :; seti.Toul ma tum
Kenlir't tnsjorlty, IS,S.
Tha Itelnraa far Aliierinea,
Tbe rsturns for Aldermen are still Incomplete,
but tnee complete show the ntmes publlihtd laTiia
Sck jeslsrdsy m rning to be elected.
The Vale far Assistant Aldermen
The follow ltiR Is the votooutlie A.ltnnt
Aldermen with one or tiro Election Districts
missing, which do not change the result :
rtstr Dtstaicr. Ilennelt, Tsra 1f7l
Voley.Dem I'd
imriey, Dem Ilea Krepi's ms 91.
O'Connor, 1 sin. MM rusi-rrM M.taicT.
Krento.Ta.n t.ll
Toley's r'nrsllty .. 3W Nanari, Hep . . . MM
Morphr. Tsm VCO' Keensn s ins) . . Ill
Qnlnlsn, Dem 914 TiiiairiTii msraiiT.
Vsde, Hep
Mnrphy's nisi l Csrr, Tsm ... . no
Tiiian uistaifT. i , ,
Clancr. Tim 17J7 Wade's msj tw
liyrneVTam l..l T"xtu pisrairr.
liirne l)em Ml Keeo. lien 1W
Oeiry; Ilep... I!........ Ulesson, tsm Mf
Cltncr'tplortltty ... lew Kehoe'sim) ,!
roratii putaicr. rirTtini pi. run
Kestlnc, Tarn Broi.ki. Uui .. . 1J
Hem? Ven S" Mmpmo. Ilbp
walut, Pem...."::;:... Jtt Kslie, Ind...... .. !
Keallm'a ptnrallly... 541 Brenka'a plnrallly... Til
nrtii Mtrairr. i aixtaraiu Bisiairr.
witser. lUp TW Kelly. Tim 53-
TteT -Wen, Kef Mjh.m nf m
Lanolon. Bounier Iws
Wliier't nil 1S snol, llcp M
sixth nistaiCT. I rr,
Tsra Kel'e'a p'nr . HI
r, U' .'f ' .'jVoi'p" .p,"w3i.'
Il.aly--.2a, . . ltt f T"B
arTIl MSTXK-T. 1 , , ...
Thornell. IP .... ! nuunn'a maj . M)
tmaso'.d, Tarn . Ifll rt.'MWriT" i.rai(-r
Com aaej. I'tm "Ji W
ThorneH'tma) . . 1171 Man, lte Ii
ai'.HTii M-iairr.
Tbet a, Ilep Sn Cnm'uey'a ma) R1
Maud, lam M Maimtlu mstsict
1 'ndrn. Kip ... 1W
Ttriss's msj . M MoloLty.Taai 71
MNTH liltrili-T. i
CoddlSKton. litp . . t'5 Llnden'a ma) . 1U4
Beneei.Dem ... 3v)l titiiH Mir.nl'.
N,mera. Pem 2E)m
Coddlriton's maj. . til WnItn.Taru . 1JM
TiMH DltinirT. Sasm, Ilep .... ISN
airack. Dtm MJ , ,
Talm, Tarn v Pomers'a pin . i
iirrrui msrairr
Rlraek'auiaJ "II Bayis. Dem t'.l.
ILIM.1TU CISTXICT. l!aUlrC, 1 IS JJl.
Krepi, Kep J71I 11.11. Hep l
The Vale In Kings Cnaniy.
Wardi. Griilry. Cram. Ktrnan. IHt. Coi Tr'm'n
I SIS in ft! Sll S44 1
j iif m U3 rs ina S3
3 r.t una sn l.Vl "4 list
4 10W Il7 .l 1111 KV1 UH
; no is ts n tun
e 7TO 1MR r-tt lrt 77 in
7 im Jin ivi rt iwi tin
11 SB liKt 7TS rVS 7
i in: u mi t) itu .i
in HTO S'J 171 S.41 Sl
It w 1V.I i;l 1474 ts-Cl liSJ I'll
IJ Jll 17 t4) 4H TiM SJS
II IMS !"t isei nil 1110 17I
tl IM- Ml rai V 1771 ir
is 143 un tm rrw ia ira
t mi m iwi ier; wo 23
I7 lo 17 lUl lll 1U3 XKA
, r.t TA 7 I4 SI e
l IW lia ITS IT7I ICS 1l"l
31 lit KI0 IIJ1 SH7 1R tXU
II 5IS 7I1 til lt IIM Sll
i! 1117 MM lull 1W 1B7J lfU
HattHl'h .... ! ilt 441 4UI 47 51
nuisous n 7-'i i' m
ilrsie.end. ... t-o 17J ll 1U IJ7 lJ
Sew I. .It . . 713 (IS 417 17 71 ('
Ne Virtchl... 150 111 III Si I7 771
Tolsla .1711' &M1J 5371 Bill 97441 ll(1
Greeley's nsjorlty, S.ICS. Kerun'a,i44; Coi's.ljSl.
Von Siirnirr Andrew Cunningham, Kern
has :i.7!4 rote.! A. (1. Williams. Hep.. SliW;
T. Fawn, Ind. Dem., 2.7TJ. Wllltnms oyer Oin
nlnzham 47S. . ,
l ull 1'iii.icis Jutu r -Andrew V alsh. Dem.,
Sl-VC; W. lleai.trest. Itep., awi. Walsh's m-
'foii 'jfim ortnr. Vr.rt Urst imtrli-t- J.
Delniar. Pem. SlAWi J. Norton. Itep. SMi.
Ile'mar's maJ'Tlty, ST.
The returns for the Second and Sixth Judicial
Districts were all prepared lat night, hut by ir
dirsof the Police Cummlssluners they will not
be announced until this morning. N. fl. Morse,
Jr., and l.udwlg Semler. Democrats, are said
to lie defeated by small malnrlt(e. Taylor and
Ileuson. ltspubllcans, are elected.
Adi:mJi.r.
Inl Wilrtrt. r-.n Wilrvl
Donohue HIS lllll SHI
Collina ll lllrpns I1W
Dounhue'. uiaior.ti. ICC6 ' llUglns rr.sjorllr. 4
. nn Mnnri. ' auiti 11 slrtel.
osndereoii D.' SIM Merlnt'r, '!. .. .. 11
an II 1 . 4 v. nn I: , cn
Van 1 olt'amajorlly. Sl' . Worm's m.inty. II.'
7. I .1 AlKif-Hl. !'!' il'.lfl
Rorfceilli WB f.lMtnn. .Ii . ' :
Vreelard ill.) Mil Coch n. Ii . .'11
KsneiD.) 11 Cochen't ins ..rily, w.
S.ierldin ill... . 1410 .iy'i.', Iiuiiu.1.
l'.oLe over VrtelanJ, 119 P1!m. ' D.i .... 3.
j,iri .itiwr. Suydam, ill.) . ... IIH
Whitman, D 4711 naydam's majorlly.
Wall. II Wt -''" itiirn.
Wliliman'sin.jorliy, x.1. Jseots, 1P.1,
umichsrJ, .p.. 4IIK
1 Jsros't insjorlty, W.
The Flrt District In New Lots yet In be heard
from. This will add to Jacobs about 70 votes.
SKVT JKnSKY.
Cruni'a Majority Inerensed to Orer 1 1,01)0
The Assembly Party-three Itipubllrnn.
10 Setrnleen lemicrais.
The returns from the interior of New
Jersey Increase the ltecubllran majority in the
State. The latest returns show the following
majorities In the counties :
ros ciiiliT, Cspe llay , 14
Berjen r, ( nrntxrlsnd KS
llodaon 5S. Kates son
llonierilon fOl illoucialsr
kloniuonlb 217 Mercer sit
Hunex "SO Middlrttx VK
I'nlon 757 Morrli 1SIJ
Warren 101 Ocein in.
. PtlltlC itss
Total 49M bslem sn
roa os.xT. Somentl I7
Atlanlle a
Porlmrton lit) Total inn
Csmdin. , trs Orsnt's majority lll)
Tim LioisusTrriK.
Tbe following Asseuiblyiuen hay bseu
elected I
atlsxtic. nrxTianox.
Samuel 11. Csieller, W. L. Iloppnck.
asautx. Join Laryrnur.
John J. Andron. MXicxa.
Uiorgt J. Jl'tfrr. A. W. Pnilih.
arauxoTox. JoKn .V. IIhUmi.
Tovnaenn Coi. A,J, SmiiI.
K. Bodd Marter. uidi.lihi.
litorge B. Barton. J. (I, l litier.
kswsrd Thomson. .. c. Utm.
itaioxx. II, r. Worlblngtoa.
William II. Cole. ktoNnorT8,
Ctoree II. Carse, i4, W. Hitttrion,
Isaac Foreman. J, II, Hlfoni.
ciri my. J. b, tproo).
Itlcbard 8. Lesnlir. noaaia.
ccsiiiuip, W. r. Howell.
Reor.e . Whiusler. Jacob. Budd.
J, llowsrd Wllletis. Aug. V. Cnnjl'M.
tsstx. nraiir,
Psmuel Wilde. J. S, Jkhullr.
Kiln o, Doremoi. I h.saio.
Jjtp U. Hill. i. McDonald.
Phtnest Jones. llieorxe li.rnei.
I. uclut II. Armttrosy, Darren llobsrt.
hsmuel lloriow sti.rM.
1 hrcMlort Msrknel. vr. I. laaard.
John W. Campbell, Dsol, Dsrrrll.
AaronrB. Baldwin, sovsnasT.
uinrcsaria. P. Ii. Smillru.
Obsdlah Kldrldic. J, O. tcbsuek.
Dcwlll ilemmlnxwsy. sieskx.
iiinsox. F. It. Ward.
Deorge ll.l arrler, rsion,
Ixnnli hvirtlon. J.B.Cooley.
Ueorge H. Plymptoa. llnrlu Zindord.
Iltury tHttt. J. II, lufbsrry.
.laiper War,dle. wssaxtf.
II, 1 . W asnburn.. P. Jluktltr.
lolm Lee. JoupA Atidtrton.
Anthony Ryder.
Itepubllrsns. II 1 Ptmoerstt, 17. Demorrsts In lls.
let The bensle stands II lUpubltcsns audi Dtmucrsli.
Ciranl'a Alajarlly In Alalae.
Auouhta, Nov. 7. At the KellliolifC'
jHUrn il office, returns from SM towns show a
majority of for CI rant.
TXXXK.IHIMt
Klihl tlrant Canireasmen Klecled-Tke Hlala
Ticket In Daabt.
Kasiivillx. Nov. 7,-UeporU of the elec
tion recelred here from Democratic and Repub
lican sources make the Congressional delegation
stand as follows I
ft. 1. 1 Dirt,
I IL TL Boiler, ! rTSll,
t-JsraesThornbnry, W. D. 1. villus,
t -Wlillsm CrnirhOtU. Pssld K. slsna.
M. llrtsM. -Barbonr Lewla.
i-lloratt llsrrisjn. , AtLsrie-llorace Msynsrd.
Deinocrsts Italic, Repnbllcsns roman.
If nibsenuent figures make no change, the
delegates will eland eight lUpuhllcans to two
Democrats. It wsnot expei ted the Hepubll'
cans would carry under the M'portlonnient law
mure than twn districts, 'lhe Democrats do
not yet glre up Whlttborne In the Sixth District,
though they concede the election of Maynard.
Ileturns from Middle and West Tenneesee ahow
that Drown (Liberal) for tlorcrnor hixs lost
heavily upon bis rote In ISSA and fears
are entertained In Democratic quarters that
he has been beaten, The Ketuilillcan
expected no such result, and are at'ui
talied at the prospect. Ilrown lose in
Williamson. Giles. Cheatham. Madison, louder
dale, Hardeman, Weakley, Henry, Shelby. Da
Tldion. De Kntb, Smith, and Lincoln i-ountles
amount to HUU). while l'reamiui. ltepubllcari,
fur (loiernor. makes again of l.dii In HV?i.
If the samo relative loss Is kept up In Middle
and West Tennessee, Ilrown may be over
w helmed bv Vreemaira majority In EASt Tennes
see. The llflpuhltcans have nude lame gains In
the legislature, but there Is nothing definite let
as to the completion of that hixly
A despatch from Jackson. Tenn . to-night says
that Munti illep Is iindubledly elected to Con
gre.s from the Eighth Dlstrln.
At fI.I.U I.
The "tale (ione Tar llranl-Tbe Itrriibltran
Male Tlrkel Trobably I'.lreleil,
MoNTiio.Mrur. Nov. 7. (intit nii'l fever-l-h
liiter,"t has been manifested fur the past
til'., dav In the rei'ent State elertlon, whleu l
even vet Indmibt. The Itepubllcan gain Is un
expe.'tedlv larve In the Nnithrrn i-vunlir. lb.
Dctnoimtb' gains and loes nre ciunpnied .n
lhe ta.-ls of the Su.llh and Lindsay vote of l,n.
and font as follows: Oalns. 6..riC): losses. lO-jim.
This embr.ces unnfSeial returns from twenty
elglit emiiitlea, iH.lling i r.nulctbly more than
one-half of the vote fnthr State, and Indicates
,Iia I. ..tint, nt lh 1lrr,iil llcnn Slate tlrket tiv
a small majority. (lreeie ran elightl behhid
the State ticket. TI10 Ieii'llure Is doubtful,
but the Dcmoirals , laliii a small tnnj.irlty In
bi.th Houses. Tor (Viiiiinsi. Sloss and Caldwell
from the K fth and Sixth Distrb-ts are errlaiiily
elected, ll.m.ilc) i)fii)..-tat' -e-ms to be d,v
fe.ited In the Tl ird Ditri. t tiv V I atn It 'p-ib-II.
an'. Ilraml.erg il.lhepil' l elo.'inl fpim the
rirt District by iUOmaJ-'rit).
A I! K.I ,N la.
Tbe laie C Ulliird lor lirnut by from J.00(l
loll. 1)110 HaJorlli-llaMer Piotmbl) K.leil
ril Cos ei nor.
I.im.i: 15m k. Nov. 7.-H.i.tt'T i:ei.. for
Gnvernor. Is repnted lime mriorltles In the
follonln (.unties: JeftVrs.m. .' t ; l'lilllliw.
."Ulkii Mlssls'ippl. IS": lt.md.'lpl.. IJi; Indepen
dence. !); Clark. a); v.....lruf. !: .lark
'kinae. : I Yltteinlen. IP:
P.n' vi"rerr. 11X1. Sicst ot these .an. I
I nli.n. " ..ur,tU. llro..k (Dein.i. f.T tlov.
large negro 'nuwln.' ma)orttlea: l-ula-kl.
crit-r. Iia tbe 1 - nU. M : Conway. frsi;
lisj . M. 1 runrls. V, . 1. 4 Cralehead. sir',
Hut Spnnjs. .'to: White-, 1 . Columbia
Cross. '); Uuachtla. a lie; NetaiM. ' 'i,w.
and Drew give llinoks inajorllies uf alum. .
The Indlcalbins are thai llsxter Is elected an.i
that the State ha. gnu lor tlrant bv 2.u or
.Uui. The legislature I- lliMml.ll.au. Asa
llodge. 1 llfp 1 1 proliahlv elected lo I liirreii In
the 11r-t IH.tr.il. II 1'. .-ndor (Ilep.) lu the
eennd. and Thoinsa M.liuuter .Dem.) lu U10
Third.
rutins 1. 1.
The Hepubllcans I'Ulm'lhe iil by trom
3.000 10 .VUOD Ilnjorllt-Alsu -l of ike
Nine ( ontrrssmeN,
Kn it. mi ind, Nov. 7. Kull coiintr returns
come In .lowly, b-it from odlrlal and unoflclal
reH'rts. It appears that In 43 counties and three
eltii's 1 1 rant has gained about ll.lif) on tho W alk
er majority of leailng alMiut ",ini to over
come In the remaining 57 counties. The Kput
llcans are now claiming tha Mate by from TUMI)
to 5.issi. The heavy gains reported to-day Indi
cate a very marked cliangu lu the aspect of the
Congressional delegation. It Is now claimed by
the Republican that they have not only elected
their Representatives In tbe Second. Third, and
Fourth Districts, but also. In the First, Fifth,
and Sixth, leaving only the Seventh, Eighth, and
.Ninth for the Democrats. There Is, however,
doubt In rrgard to tbe First, Fourth, and Sixth
Districts.
A ai-eolal to the rX'roffh from Lynchburg
ars that Whitehead 'Democrat' l elected to
the Sixth Dlstrlrt by au majority. In l'llt'jlva
nla and Henry counties the Republican gain Is
409. The counties are In the Finn District. In
whlrh tbe contest between Dstl. illemoi'niti,
and Thomas Republican), is doubtful. Thomas
telegraphs that he Is elected.
K.I .SA 1.
Cram's Majority In lhe -late P.. illumed al
Tkirlr Ttinu.nnil.
TnriKi. Nov. 7. Krum the ri'tiiins r
relv.'d here In the ltoinilill.au M.ti CeMral
Cotmiltee i ! p'll'u.a'.ed that (iranf. majority
In tbe Slate will ) .ll.lnl.
(Irant s ui.ajorily In Atchison county Is Ml.
The llri'iiolb ni) Mate ticket has aboui the same
majorlt). Donlplian countr gate (irant l.itu
majorltv: Ilrown 'uiity, 7fK) m.ajorltv : Nehnma
count). il; Mareiiall loiimy. ;; Washington
county, ii'i): .Inck'on county. 4m: Jefferson
county. "). F.very county north of tho Kansas
rlierwill give (irant a majority ranging from
lito l.'. aggregating from 10,fiiito IVI111.
Tbe State will give firnnt 2UIV1 majority
Three I.il.crali are elected tothe House and two
to lhe Senate, 11s far as hoard from.
j.orisiA .v.,.
The "hi 1 r (ion- Liberal by a tfiinilseme
MhjuHit.
N' iim Nov. S. I'noftli till te-turn-
if. 111 t!..rty-even parishes outsldo of Sew
Orleans given net Republican maturity of ,V,.
1 lie net Republican majority in InTd In the same
parishes wii K.W. The remaining sixteen par
Ulies In lnSl) gaie a net Republican majority of
1.'1V With the same ratio of guln t lm l.i I .TI '
wilt arry the slate by a handsome majority.
WSSOlltl.
St. L,ot.'M, Nov. 7. The following poMi
tlonst counties In this State have been heard
from, and a few of those, preilmi'ly report
ed are repeated, and the figures cor
reited: For (Ireeloy- SI. Clair. IM ma
jority ; Mississippi, to); llste.. SttO: Uentrr,
IV) 1 Clinton. cSs-i (lasconada, ffC; Itatidnlph,
Marion, l.o "I. For (irant - D.nle. 'JO; liar
tnn.'JD: Da Kalhlltt; Wastilligtniijsn : Iclade,
:)! Shelby, .') i Atchison, Wi Nodaway, It. ;
Worth, V i Lawrence, 100 : (iri-tn, 418: Christiana,
Vij. In most of the counties heard from Wood
son (Dem.) for Governor runs ahead of dreeloy,
and Henderson (Ren.) fordnvernor runs slightly
behind Orant. Parker I Itep. for Congress In the
Ninth District has about 'JO majority. Critten
den iDetn.i iu the peretith beats Uurdstt about
1'0"1'
KKXTVCKY.
rsavaH la Tea Thousand far (Ireelav Foar uf
lhe Tea C'aaireasmen It rptibllcnu,
I.orisviu.K, Nov. 7. The returns nre
still very meagre, but enough haw bean rerrlted
to indicate that the Republicans have carried
four of tha ten Congressional districts. Four
are certain for the Democrats, and two are
doubtful. Hums 1 Hep.) Is elected to Congress
In the Tenth District, and Wood (Rep.) In the
.Ninth. The Klalith Is not certain, but the indi
cations are In favor of Dunham illem.) 'lha
Ropuhllrnns concede the State has gone for
(ireoley by from 7,1 u) to 10,000.
Tka Official Vote of Philadelphia.
I'iiiladki.piiia, Nov. 7. Tho Itou 111 of
Return Judges officially announce that the ma
jority for Urant In this city Is 4(.
North Carolina lar (Irani,
W11.MINOTDN. Nor. 7. 11 Is tlellullelv
known that North Carolina has goue for Grant
by a large majority.
The Illinois ( onare.alsnnl Delegation
('lliUdo, Nov. 7. Further returns hull
cate the election of Morrison. Dem., to Congress
in the Suienth District. If this Is correct tha
Illinois dolckMlloii will stand 1-' Republicans to 7
Democrats.
Omul's Majorltr In California Over 11,1101),
Ha.v FiuN'civco, Nov. 7. The election re.
turns In this State are still Incomplete, but the
tats st received give (Irani V.3T5 majority.
Crerlry Majorities In (ieomln,
AttuvriTA, Nov. 7. The following i-oiiii-ties
giro (ireeloy majorities: Jefferson, -MS!
Hancock, Jon : Washington, Mai Columbia, iXi
Oglethorpe, 31. And the following glc (Irjut
majorities; (irrencKI; Loe, 101.
I , S.7YAt.,;NA,.I,N."v'7'. 'Mia result uf the election
In tills dlstrliu Is still undecided. It Is thought
1 thai Uawlt t!)eiu., fur C'utigis,., Is defeated
riioToaiiArirs nrtux iritroarxiis
The MherllVe O0lcra Charaea- A Bill f
11(1 KeHnced la t!.
Iu the case of Andrew J. Cmfut art. John
Brsadl, lbs plslnllff ot a Judgment for tM, sad
lnued eierullon to the defendsnt for tbst mm, The
herlffseldslotof hslsandbftsn to sell them, bot
wss stopped by Injunction. lis thsa rtadsrea a hilt as
(olio WII
ronndMs on eteeotlso fjjj
klpeMM""'' W's'tchlni'p'roMrty
when levied on ?2 S2
Labor. losing property. Ac jtjjig
sforsge'sn'dintiinnre , .... .... . . .. 4J PO
For servlcre In prrrsrlnf teoda for tsle snd est.-
lorii on ssle. snJ en refunding depoills on ser.
vice of Injnnet.on "
Tot.l
Judge rtc-Mnsan fixed It st followi t
Poundsie on IV).S1 snd Interest (In all 1M7.3H 1
Onljn. sttHP" rent.. C a
On 1747.21, st l'( psr cent t - IU W
Arltertlatnr esl. ot sooal 10)
K?e "iter s5te!Us.n5 snd before ssle I in- I 0)
It'clving sud nterrng execution JO
Trsre: one mile f
lltinrn M-
To'.sl Hi
Tb-) Inqnc.l on lhe Iledy of Tkemne Dana,
has The Conr.o at rVaacall't Counsel,
The Coniner's Inquest In the Dnnohue cate
will be held by Coroner Nelson Vo ing at I o'clock
this nurnlng. It It rumored that sa eajrt will te msd
by5rsnne!l's counsel lo show Ihst the prisons r Is enlp
tied lo tie released on bslt beesute he shot Donohue
while laboring under r'l.otlonsl Inssnlty, canted by be
ing t"ld Ihst Donnhue hsd listed Ibst be (John Scsn.
nell Ind fired the ihot h!th killed Florence Scasnell.
An frort will sl'obeU'le torroie tbst Florence csn.
ne!l r s atedlr ttsteit sM'j on Ms desth bed tnsl
ltumt Doni.ruc ered lh. fsltl shot.
Atsleroner't Inry only Inquire the esnie or delta,
smlcjnnot iskeCHtnlrsPceni any cans. n( pi.iifirslloa
ur psllltti.in. ecsnnell w 1 he cotnnit'lea l lhe Tombs
10 swiit ii s'i'on of the l.rsnd Ji.ry.
Lf"ri'srrybfoVer. t'nlon lOittrrt William Wei.
more. iniTsnee. S't Ksst Mneleenih "ireei 1 I rsnk A.
I -lt bonder. 1,7 lovlceton .treet 1 John Msrlln. sosps,
Hl Psrk 1 tscc 1 Frsnk Psnl. ilry goods U s esjr Twenty
sreond ircet 1 John Bolsoe. nph.iltierer. IK Third a ve
na -t John S sn mil, feci, a Put stre-t , John P.
M.roericer. Orm-.snls Itsll.te ThIM sveine : Libert
Vsn Colt, lurnlture. Ill Csnsl tireel 1 litse Lewti, Jr..
cicrk. I"S Ksit I litrenth 'ireel.
A Mrngtle Tar Life In a Car llrnvren Nets
1 nrk nnd Nen a rU,
III the Hudson County (N.J.) guarter Scions
yes'snUy MUhsel Luby ws. tried for tit filing s rsll
rosu endt-ctor. Willlsra Kvsnion. oa Ite Newsrk snd
New Virkbrsnchi.f lb' l entrsl Itslhvsd. tond'Kter
Lrsrtion tended si follows:
lwenl out is conduce- en the midnight tr.ln from
the Coramnilrsw 'rn to v.wsrs on lh. nlM of tbe
IWliof Dc.oVr lasl. l.ile inlleeiln my liekeis I
earn' to s Is.ly. whim I sivl for hr tickel eh" refer
n.l n.etotheri'oner.bows'S'l.eptiis ri "pji
the stsle he -sld lie ws. her nneiiare). sad btd her ticket.
1 sr, neil the prl. ncr snd sk I etm f; r ilcki i He
isi.l he did not know tl.ewuti. r.nl b. I no ticket uf
te.s. I was abent to i"r r- irs'o lo ru lb- woman
oJ wbe:, Hiei-ldtbefn- . .n the pr.jn,r Jomi'jd
up snd sl-pp-d tvw.ru 1 'j)'is. "Is list sll yen
wsnf' lrniliertb.iot..'. s. t't. rjl aaiw.nl en wlttl
nit work. After I hsd c. ci.- ihV tlekttl I "-titt
the door counting tbeni, H'' ta .uer sll' Wed me
ag.ic. Tic taunt at b , ruat, snd I poihel him
bsi k. lle.ip,.''! upun u., ssln snd ti.bbed me. I
ree'slb" snl sm. I am eisbb"! " l.nb; st put
t ft in- 1. sin st V.41 liten liw p.ry rendered a
vsmici ( ui;i). snd rec. mmended tbe pruoi.sr to
m mi ) .
A Hlfe't Tru ' "eart-li Tur n I nllhle.s
V . ' rhrl.tea
An.. woman aj'pllcl t - -r,.vt e
In llubeVen yiilerdsy for a w.rrsut far the -r'redertrV
lieeiner. a wesilhy cltlea of I'nlon Fills,
wbomibr secut'd of bigamy. She deposed thai the
married lo Beemer In Brcslsn, Uerusny, In the
spring of lW. lie w at ttitn s portrait painter, sad be
followed bit vocation for two yetrs while .he lived
wltri him in I'rsnkfort. Re elope, with ber eonsln
to the UnltM htste. rhe rsme to this connlry, snd
for tin ytsrt nirvbid for ter hu't-snd. eb besrd
cthlng of him, however, until recently, when Mr.
Heemcr t.avtnc msde s fortune and returns J to l.ur.pe
for s lour of pl.siure. wst recognised in 1 picture t ti
lery in Prctltu by bit wife't broiner Jutilct Crrlticn
gr.aied s warrant for Beemcr's srrs.t.
The Prince af Swindlers.
A So reporter visited Ludlow street Jail yet
terdsy snd tiled to see Lsgrsve. A'lUngh Wsrden
Trsry isld thst the prisoner refnied to receive repre
si ntst.ves of the pteis. he u brought lata the oOcs
snd the reporter's reueil msde known to htm.
' Do vou wsnl to tslk with Lsgrsve I' ailed a keeper.
Lsgrsve shook his bead snd walked swsy. Ills gilt,
terlng blsck eyes glsred w llh mtllgnsnt lute, lilt dtrk
curly hslr wsi ysrted In the rentre. snd hsd h.nesre.
fully srrsngtd. CoaCneuirnl wesrs upon blm. snd bit
lace betrs sn unmlstsksMe look of sntlety. Very few
vitiiors call on hun, snd the gloomy tllecre la which hs
broods over hn srreit aud tocsrcerstlun It seldom ln
lerTiipled. Lsgrsve wl'l make no alius on lo the enor
moua swmdlea sud frsn-li with which le It chirped. He
betrt hii lmirltonrasnt with tbs rcitue tplrll of 1
csged tigtr.
The Cnptare of a llurslar.
While Officer Iiaworth was patrolling Pe&rl
itrert Istt night he fonnd the door of a cgsr msnufse
toryopin. Re called another oncer, snd both entered
the bnlldlng, locking the outside door. In lhe gsmt,
concealed Ins corner, they fonnd the turglsr, who st
tbe Dcekmsn street police station gave his nsme as
li-orge Adl.r. but refoedto tell where he lived. aat
ictitig lh. bnriclsr hsd ronfr lersles sllll la tbe bnlld
lng. I spt ls3reyarni bcresnl Blslr with several po-lurtni-n
lo surround the ouildlng sna mske s tborourh
srsreb The eergrsnl wss told liy people living oppo.
tite tLsl tbey haa ai-en a n an creeping si ing th - roof a,
Kieri prei sutliin was thi n tsken to eusrl the ureet.
h'le iliee.rn.ani with um. men w.o to ih-roo-7h
n .'. of tbe tutre wrrs searchM, tm nu 1 urgiir
wsi(oi.i.d.
A Watch and Chain In lhe liny,
Hugh ,M, Calls)-, a thief Ju't ill-. Uur.-cd by a
.leriey Justice on pi) men! of s fine of 1 1, si yettrrdsy
tried In tbe General sc'tloni on sgrsverihsrge. On
tr. M of October he wst nn tbe ttfirni r Home Dale, on
hit vsy to tin r.ly from Keyport. Re noticed Mr.
Leonard Wslltng, a New Yorker, ball asleep on s loncg..
llrCsbey quickly mslrbed a watch snd chsln, worth
ov r llio. jr m tbi-pocket of Mr.wslllng. Tbissdlon
arniid Mr. Walling, and t.e pursued tne tbief with
ibn in "f shw.titi. Jlci shey. iirw Ibat he wsa dr.
terteit, threw lh- walrh Into the bav. The prln ner's
c . i. . s wel -kbown irtu.tnsl Ijwyer. tstd thst his
rii.nl Liuit tamu of goo.1 character Irum the fsct
thai In iisi n vrr s-en tie man b (ore Mci sby wss
sentenced lu Mng bisK tor three jesrs sad ill montbi.
Judge Ilrdlard'a Closing Charge,
The grand Jurors fir the November term of
tbe General Bcitloni were yi.tenlty sworn In. Judge
Bedford charred them. At be bat heretofore Incorpo
rated a sentatlon In hit chsrgei, eipcetttlon as on tip.
ur to bear something Hart ling irom hunoa this lstt
1 c -s'lon for tbe ricrcise of Lis hlt'a prerogatlrr. All
prettnt. however, were dlitppotnted la this retpect.
ll.e .indge tlmply enuni.rsted b) title the ierri)
iliiiitet which the law requires In he given In special
chargu. sdinout.lied the grsnd imjuisitprs Ihst it wst
their duty to keep ttcret the fsrl of Sndlng sn Inairi
inent If ire secut.d ws. not srtuslly In i tiitody, snd
concluded with ths wordi: "With these Isw remsrks
u cisj miw retlrt lo your dutlel."
A llrnve Clll Itetr-jitrd.
Miss Jeanule Floyd Jonct ST South Oyster
Bay, L. I., wst pretentcd with a very hindtorae gold
medsl, by Mr. Klwnod Walter, President of the Life
filing Association, for saving the Uvea of a younger
brother. wh two of Ids compsutons, from druwnuu
In Matispequs like, lstt iprtng. Tbe b-iyi weretkstmg
sail lhe Ice broke, preelpltstliig iliein Into the wster
some eight feel. Mitt Jonc, heirtng their crlti for
lirlp, rsn, snd Ivlog flst on the unisf. lee crswiedout
to ihem.snd with a im-ll stick pur. 1 c.e'i one .eps
rstily otii, then bidding taein folios ber ria:ni-,
worked her wty 10 short.
.
Interesting la Conlraclaia,
Coroner Vieeland yesterday reitimed the In
oueitover tbe body of Arden It. drover, who nsi killed
last week by (siting Into the FlUacrth svenuc lewer, In
Newirk. The Jury rendired a verdict hn llrotcr
rsme Tils deslb by (tiling Into the le r, and th.l
Th'iinti O'l onnor. Mlchasl sod Iterutrd nnindley, slid
the (oremtn, Mulllgtn, were gullly (it crlmlatl urglt.
I'l'i by lesvtng toe lewtr unprotected by birrlcsdei
nd without tny llgbts st nleht. O'Connor, Vlnllttn,
snd lhe nbsndieys wsre bell In 11,00 tall etch to
sniner.
.aiuu.s Accepts Ceetelle'e Cballrage
7e : filiior oj 7A Atoi.
SlKt I saw in Tim SfN yesterdsy- a challenge
from JoknCuttello to fight roe for IS, Sow all I've
lot to say ll Ihst slthougb I tm s little fellow I don't
fight for smslt money. If John Costelli) whom I don't
know) ihlnks Ihst lie csn llek me, I will tght him sc
cording to the ruin of tbe London P II. for ITMorfaO
s slds in s dsy or a week'i time from the slcnlng ot lhe
srllcles, Any lime Mr. Coitullo or bis friends thins
thst he csn get swsy with me, they can be sccntiiiuo.
dsted with 11110 snd money by rsning st Chambers A
beddoni's Arbor saloon, so Welt Houston Ureal. Coi
tello ityt in bit csrd Ibsl I sin irolny srouod looking
fortomebody 10 chsw up, Now, Mr. tdltor, Ihst ain't
Irue, hut I ttsnd resdy lu flsjlit any feiiner weight In
Airerlrs not esceeufng I'1) pounds lor any smoant,
Irom lilii to ll.tii).
frtrm.s o'ttiiLLT, sLiis&innoKi's Slocis.
Nov l,P7L
The Ilelnrna from Westchester Countr.
riioflli'Iiil hut tnistworthy renoi-ti nlve
the following result In Westchester County :
Oreeley. iMmsJorll).
N. II Oclell 1 1'ein. 1. 1 ounly Tresinrer. l.sjUmsJonty.
C. N. Poller Ilrm.l, I unrrcHi, UK' iiiaJuritT.
Win Herring tilranii, Aiarmblj, rint Ifiti rlct.
iniiurni
Hut liiikenberry illem), Aiien.bli, Set ond Dlitnct,
COmt -ri'v
.1 W Ruled llrtnt,, Aasstubly, Third District. V
rslrUi.
r aajjwdHHmHHHjHH
Till: DEATH OF WM. WARD.
rn.ir xr.Qvr.1, to ax eastsidx d.iji.
noOM ASH A V l.T.
The Probably Fatnl lajary of Patrick Martla
-The Hamnra that are Alaal la lha .He.
alb Ward-The Man'a Itamarad Dentk,
aad lu Awlal KfTael sssi hla Aasallaal.
On MomlBj- evening Tutrlok Mnrlln, nred
CI, residing with his parents at 3S Jefferton
street, went with some friends to attend the
campaign club of which ho was a member In
(Irand street. He left the club at 11 o'clock, and
nothing further can be heard of his movements
until he was found by ltottndsman Smith of the
Madlon street station lying Intentlble. with a
fractured skull, In front of Mf.Thoinat Shtels'.
lliiior store, 73 Bast llroadwar, at fl o'clock In
the morning. He was attended by a Dr. Walters
and by Dr. Ilrosnan. of 151 F.at Hroadwny, and
then removed to his home. It waa supposed
that Martin had fallen while Intoxicated, and
thus received his Injuries.
A VIMT TO Trt WOCWDID MAN.
A Sttx reporter visited 35 Jefferson street lait
night and converged with the parents and broth
er of the injured man. The rooms occupied by
the family are on the third door. They are a pat
tern of order and neatness. The floora aro well
carpeted, and tho furniture Is well kept and re
.pcrtable. Mr. Martin, the father of the
wounded man. It a most Intelligent-looking nnd
courteous gentloman. apparently between sixty
and seveiitr years of age. He was seated In an
easy rhalr In the rarlor near a window, with a
pipe In his mouth. Hut he waa not smoking.
Ills gray head was bowed down In Borrow, and
the line of grief were Tlslblo In his counte
nance. Mrs. Martin, the mother, enme out of
a side room which she had been pre
paring for the reception of the wounded
young man. as It was thought a change
even so slight as that might do lilm g od. She
Is n veneral'le ladv. with plentiful gray hair, and
a gentle, courteous demeanor. She appears
greatly affected by her eon's misfortune. A
"..ling man of about 2j. the brot her of I'Mrlck,
was in attend nice, and displayed deep though
s.ilidued t motion, several other friends were
seated In the room w oere tlie sick man lay.
wiht Tint lurnrn man' smoTitr.n my.
The Si x reporter was received with politeness
and re pie-ted to elt down. I'atrlck s brother
took a seat on the couch beside hltu. Tlia fol
,m1n: conversation enued :
Reporter Have you any Idea, how tbe young
man recn.ieil hla Inluriesl' ....
llrotbi-r-We rati I tell. Nobody teemi to
kn.i'.v bin thing about it.
He; ort. r What l your oplnjo'i?
llp'tber-l don't like to s&H there arc o im-nv
rumor, ii'iout.
Reporter What :i the rumors?
llrother T-;., say that Patrick w.at engaged
In nn arE:ent with the barkeeper at Shells'.,
and ll".', pt salil lie wasn't going tov;.te I t
Mr. M-iu. This, they say. aiinod the bar
kpeper. and he slioied him 011U 1'at fell and
fractured tils skull.
Importer -What docs tho doctor lay about the
matter) . .... , . . t
l)rother-l!e sav. that the Injuries mlsht have
b( en Indlcteil I.; .1 fall. It looks to in as thoujh
they had been
csfstD nv a ci.rn.
Ilep .rt.T-Doc the doctor think they are
Ilr- ther-Tl.ere's no knowing. He says that
men wllli worve fri'-tures have recoiered. .
Reporter- H"W Is I'atrlck now, doyo-- " llk,
I.... ' "r Vtnl iMMk "e h - - coUW
a)H.t t li!m "!,; ? 'ew momenta M
thouib tle was t. 0' - tia ho'li bo oB
wiMlike. , ,..
Here the met'. ho was ttandlng on n''
aide listening to iHe nversatlon. aid 1 - Fo. r
boy! he doesn't know ine. though he was al
ways a good son to his poor old mother.
Reporter You aald that there were a great
many riimc;. about as to bow your brother
came by bis Injuries I
llrother I don't want to blame anybody. It'
a sore trouble, but I don't want to lay tbe boy'.
Injuries to any man's door.
Reporter If wrong haa been done In this mat
ter It Is your duty to try to End It out, and In
order todo this you should tell me all yuu have
heard.
llrother -I dm't like to say what I've heanl.
Hut the wound looks like It bad been made by a
blow of a club.
wit st the nutKiiptn SAW.
Hernrter-The doctor thinks the same, does
be!
llrother The doctor thinks It might have been
done by a fall, by bis head striking the ratling,
or something, or perhaps by a club. I'm told
tho barkeeper said he only shoved him out, but
I suppose we shall never know.
The reporter looked Into tha room where the
sick man was. He lay on the ld with hi eyes
closed and hit head bandaged. The fracture is
about two Indies square, right at the back of
the head. The sufferer was deadly pale, and ap
parently Insensible to all external objects.
The Scn reporter ueit went to Dr. Ilrosnan s,
at 151 Halt llroadwar. On being a.-ked the nues
lion, I)r Ilro.titn said that he had no objection
to ssy what ha thought about the wound. It
might nave been received from a fall on a blunt
sutistance. It looked as though It had been In
fill ted by a club. Dr. Ilrosnan said It was a very
serious wound, but that the man might recover
the unto 11a is tiik NKiniinoniioon.
The Srs reporter then visited several place of
resort In the neighborhood and conversed with
cltlicns on the subject The prevailing opinion
seemed t. be that Martin had been climbed out
b tho barkeeper. William Ward, The rumor
was that Ward and Martin had had a noli) alter
cation on the subject of the cle. tion. and that
Martin had declared that.lie would ivtiote for
Mr. ThomasShells as Alderman ; that thereupon
the barkeeper ordered Martin out of the place,
and on his not leaving, leaped over trie counter,
forced him out of the door, and clubbed him.
The reporter was unable, however, to trace th s
rumor lo any primal source, and riobod) seemvd
to know any thing about the occurrence from ac
tual sight, tmt simply from hearsay,
mil sunt. Knows motiiimi about it.
The Sex reporter next called on Mr. Thomas
Shells, Mr. bbells said that tio knew nothing nt
all about the circumstance except what he had
heard. The Si s reporter asked Mr. Shells
where he could Bud William Ward, the bar
keeper.
-In his coffin," replied Mr. Shells; "he died
suddenly the afternoon of the lcry d.iy on which
this sad affair happened."
This announcement very grentlr astonished
the reporter, and he at once proceeded tu make
further Inquiries. He could not ascertain the
residence of tbe bsrkeuiier, but procured the In
formation following from a prrfoitly triutMor
thy source.
now tiik nAHKitnrr.11 wi triTCTtn.
About noon on election day, sums persons en
tered Mr. Shlels's store and began tu enmerse
aln'Ul lhe Martin affair. The barkeeper treated
It as a very alignt matter, saying that a broken
skull would do blm good, as he was too full of
young blood. In the course of a few minute., a
man entered hurriedly, and said to the bar
keeper: "Say, lllll, have you heard that Pat. Martin tl
deadV"
"No," aald the bartender, turning lery pale j
" whora did you hear that )"
"I heard It just now-from the patrolman on
Jefferson street,'' was the man', answer.
Ward appeared greatly affected s so much m
that one of the men outside the bar said, "Don't
be scared, lllll ; take a glass of Brand) ."
Ward took a pony of brandy, at the same llmo
saying, " Ilrandy Isn't going to cure this."
THE BARKEEPER'S 3CDDXN DEATH.
All the afternoon Ward appeared to be deeply
distressed at the nowt of Martin s death, mid
was observed to be very pale and nervous.
Shortly afterflo'cloch In the evening, he went
home to supper. On entering the house It was
noticed that lie spoke to no ono. He sat down
to his .upper and began to eat. luafewmln
utes ho fell forward on the table.
A friend said, "What's the matter, nillJ"
and ai Ward did not move, went and lifted up
his head. Ward galea gasp, fell back and ex
pired. The doctor who was at once called, say. that
Ward died from disease of th. heart, HI.
funeral takes place this tnortiln.
EV'Srcretarv Cox al lha While House.
WAtiiihOTON, Nov, 7. -Among those who
called st the Kireutlve Msntton to-dty wsi tbe es
Secrelsry of tbe Interior, J,D, Cox of Ohio. It will te
recollected Ihst Ibis geutlenisa resigned thai office
owing to sn sbsence ol sccord with lhe Prrildent In lhe
sdtnlnlitrttlon of the department. The correipondence
published st the time wsi, though courteoui, not
tnsrked by professions of friendship, snd lhe two seps.
riled, lien. Coi returning lo Ohio without tbe uiutl
piellmlnsry ol a flrewell csll upon lhe Pre. I. lent, tn
view ol these fscls, the villi of Urn. Cot to-dty sttrscl
rd more than ordinary nonce, his object being to pay
his repejti to tbe Pretident. lhe Interview 11 repre
sented ss cordis) wlib both ttoie gentlemen.
A Pool an hla Travels.
Lonpow. Nov, 7, Sergeant Dates, the Am. r
lean pedri JT.n, hss msde s wtrer that he csn travel on
foot through Knjland, without moleitstlon, besrtng
thebsnnef of the United Btites unfurled. lie let out
from llltigow, Tueidty morning, In lhe roitnuie he
tdoMed In America, snd csrrring the Ssg on s short
lit" He proceeded to Keudsll, whence he will wslk lo
1 snrttter Ills route from that point will be through
Preston, ilolion, llsnchetier, Slsrctesneld, Birmluc
I. am Dsrwhk,sudOilvr4.lo London.wncrctils 'rip la
tv tuX
A MOT IX nALTIXOMl.
A Tarty afNerraaa Flrlag Inla a Craw af
On Tbensnnd Person. -One Jlsi Killed
ad Another Martallr Wannded,
HAi.TiMonB, Nov. 7. An election wo,
held to-day In the Sixth Ward to fill a yacancy
Inthe first branch of the City Council. A few
minutes before the closing of the poll, of th.
first precinct of the ward, at 6 o'clock to-night,
there waa an Indiscriminate firing of pistols,
by which a young man was Instantly killed, and
another mortallv wounded. The following par
ticulars of the affair are furnished by th. Mar
thai f Police : . . ... . .
Just before tho closing of the polls a crowd of
about a thousand persons wsi gathered around
the polls at tho northwest corner of layette
.treet and llroadway. A party of men. mostly
colored, left tho crowd and proceeded about
midway to llroadway. Then they turned and
deliberately fired upon the crowd In front of the
voting place, killing Isaac llosa, aged 18, and
motaTly wounding John Conway, aged 35. An
other boy received a flesh wound. Immedi
ately after firing the party broke and run. and
then those fired Into returned the shots. Some
19 or 3) shots In all were fired, and It was done
In a minute's time. Previous to the firing, which
was wholly unexpected, no disturbance what
ever had occurred.
run jiuniii: niHTjmrxjt.
The Disease riarcadln l Klnielao. ti. Y.
All tbe lloreee Anrcied-Mea Dragging
Wngone Through the Streets.
KlNOStTO.v, Nov. 7. Tho liorae illwe Is
.till universally prevalent, and It .preadlng. All
the livery stables In this city are yet closed, and
the stage, horse-car, and express line, havo
withdrawn their animals. A horse Is seldom
seen In the streets. Other animals also seem to
have caught the Infection. Many mule, and
dog. are exhibiting symptoms of It. There Is
also a great prevalence of catarrhal complalnU
among tho people here. KplzoCtlo la racing
among the canal horses, and only seventy-five
coal-laden boats reached tide-water to-dav. The
Talunble trotting hores Major King and llt
wlck are affected tiy the disease.
Owing to the lack of transportation, resulting
from the eplioOtlc. full returns from back elec
tion districts cannot be obtained, and some
local offices will be In doubt till the result Is
known. All the express and stage line. In the
city have stopped using horses and men are fre
uucntly seen drugging wagon, through the
streets, lteports from the rural districts in every
direction show the universal presence of tho
disease.
7 UK MALADY IK BOSTON.
IloTOX. Nov. 7. All the Metropolitan Com
iiani bor e cars were withdrawn shortly lic
fore noon to-day. during a heavy rain, by the
dictation of the agent of the society for th.
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The Presi
dent of the company publishes a denial that the
horses were sick or suffering, and "I?'
venture to say that more person will becoi 0
sick and ocrnaos die fx"!!) exposure, In being
conipelled"towalk home after coming down In
our rats this morning. than there are horses who
would have been In any dem-ee Injuicd.
AtiTHE HOUSES IN VEMMO.1T SICK.
MoxTriLtrJi. Nor.7.-The horses In the State
ate all sick, and malls, exiept by railroad, nearly
all su-pended. honce it Is Imposslhlo to give
anything like a full Tote of the State Jet.
a nitoKT.x nut.
A Passenger Car Throws (torn lhe Track'
(,n, Pa..coer Killed nnJ !
Wotindfd-Tw.o"-
len Others Injured.
..a.vton, I'll., Nov. 7. The Scmuton
and Wllkesbarre accommodation train left this
city this evening fifteen minute, late. When It
reached a point about half a mile below the
depot, a rail broke and threw tbe hind car from
,'be track.
was dragged a distance of about two hun
dred aards, then went overthe embankment and
struck tha abutment of a culvert, wrecking the
car. A Sni Keens, of Spring llrook. was In
stantly kill.'"; James Kelly of Plymouth was .0
badly Injured that be cannot recover. Miss
Griffith of Mlns" also, It Is believed, fatally
Injured. Twenty -""ten others are more or less
Injured, but only a Jew seriously.
Anather Rallread Accident feven l.abarera
Killed and hlxteea Injnred,
SonASToy, I'a., Nov. 7. This evoulng
about 5 o'clock, as a construction train nn the
Delawere, Lackawanna and Western Railroad
was rearing Hampton Crossing, about tuomlles
from here, a frightful accident occurred.
The train was backing down toward this city,
and had on board about Vf laborers, most of
whom were In a caboose at the end ot the train.
Near Hampton Crossing the caboose struck a
large boulder which had fallen upon the track.
The engine neltig at the other end of the train,
the engineer could not see the trouble, and
flushed the caboose over the embankment and
t fell a distance of 190 feet Into the creek.
John Clark, John MoNally, Michael Kelley,
James Hughes, John Hughes. James (larraghan.
and Tlmmas Phllbln were Instantly killed. Six
teen others were severely Injured, four of whom
wtll probably die.
Tr.UItlllLi: TXAGKHY IX ItO I'Kll, X.J. j
A Husband Kills his Wife and Fatally
Wounds n Fellovs Counirvnian.
Three years ni:o Glovnnnl Hiinottl, n
young Italian shoemaker, arrived In Dover, N J.,
and after working some time as a Jou.me) man,
opened a little shop of his own. Four months
ago Johanna MjosI of New York went to live
with him as his housekeeper. Yesterday morn
ing Loul Louis of IS Halter street, New York,
and Marcello Phllllppl, a fellow lodger, visited
Itarrottl's shop. Louis claimed Johanna as hi.
wife, and demanded that .lie should return to
New York with him. The woman refused In
go, salng that he had Ill-treated her. He asked
licr to step outside with him. and she did so.
They conversed erv quietly for several mo
ments nnd then reentered tho shop. lUrrottl
told I)tiis that if would permit the woman to
remain in Dover a few das he would take her
to New York himself.
The woman shortly afterward again said that
nothing could persuade her tu again lire with
her huthatid. Instantly Louis drew a long knife
and stabbed her In the breast. She fell to the
Uoor, and Louts and Phllllppl attempted to es.
cape. Ilarri'ttl selred I-ouK who smbled hltn
twice in tLe Huh. .iien. Iuils and Phllllppl were
arrested. The unman died almost Immediately,
llarrottl's nnlcmorf.-m was taken. The prison
ers were Identified by him. Iemls Is about -I
)enrs of age. small In stature, and has black eyes
and hair. Phllllppl is much older.
An examination waa begun by Justice (lage.
and a Jury was empanelled. An adjournment
wn. had until to-day, The greatest excitement
prevails in Dover. The prisoners were locked
up lu the county Jail at Morrtslown. It was
thought last night that they would be taken
from th. Jail and lynched. Last .vsulng liar,
rottl was dying. I
A Straggle with a West Side Plcknacket
A Deaperada'a Threats.
Last evening Mrs. Msry Tyson of West Thirty
fifth street wss Jostled by Jsmes McltssnoflM Wett
Twenty-set enth street, st Sixth srsnue snd Twenty,
fourth ttrest. Her pocketbook, contslnlng ITS, wss
tntlched irom her hsnd. As lbs sttempted to catch ths
thl.f sn srcompllce rudely pntbed agtlnil her, asking,
" Wt.st'1 th. matter, madam I Have yon loit anything?"
She wss turned shout by the thock, snd Mc
Msnn rsn off with his price. A bystander
followed down Twenty. tilth street and cstight
hliu st teventn svi nue. As be resched out lo grasp
Mcllsnn be received s itunnlng blow belwrentne eyei.
He stssgersd for a moment but recovered snd returned
the rhste. Near Klghth svenne he Irlrped McMsnn.snd
falling upon htm be tried to bold htm. Tbe crowd tbst
followed hurroubded them, sad some of those In i)m
pstbv with McMsnn fell npon them, and tn the confu
sion ne eicsped. Officer Georgo Concert of the Twen
tieth street police tsw blm run ont of tbe crowd up
Klghth svenue. He purtusd snd csoght McMsnn be
hind a Urge sign In front of an o)iter tsloon. Ha wis
tsklng tbs money out ot tbe wsllel, but wl.cn be saw
tbs oficer he threw money snd sll Into lbs itreel, Tnlr
ly dollsrs wss milling, snd Mrs, Tjton ssld thst It hsd
been lu s icpsrste roll, snd had probsbly been loit by
lbs thief.
Al the police ttstlon Mcllsnn iwore the tnoit tsrrlbls
oaths tbst he would kill the officer snd ths msn who
hsd punned blm. After hs hsd been locked un Mrs.
Tytun srrived st lbs police itttton. Sergesnl Verrti
csllrd up the prisoner, snd be wst Identified as th. one
who lunched lhe luonry
Looking for l' hers for lhe (Jrntid Opera
House,
Yesterday the Hon. Joseph II, Tooker sur
prised the pollilrumt by a vnu to tbe Clly Hall lol.
Jollns sikrd him Mitt his builness wssln tbe Hall. Ill
answered. " I am looking for ushers for Mr Dsly's new
play st lbs Orsnd Opera Route. I bsve Juil secured
llior" Hues;, Que"" JLitdford, Tom Comsa, old
CoroctrBchlrmer, sndflm OoTdW, nj I csine to s
if you wouldn't like a Job."
The Colonel threw sn inkitsnd si Tooker, who lmroe
dlsiely disappeared through a glaas door,
A I'ullon Market .Mystery.
Officef Oulon found an unknown: man uucon
scloui last right in Fullon msrkel. The body wsi isken
lo the Beekmsa ilresl police itstlon. snd thence to ths
Psrk Hospital Ths ui.n wsi five (eel seven Inchet in
height, sbout SJyesti o( se. snd wsi dressed like a
me.bsnlc In hli picket wrie sn empty wallet, s rule,
snd st.ie iriukets. Oier his led nt ttsi a .tilts
sbmlvB, Ldicalisg list us had beta iltuck,
1.. aTarsJH
rBTSSSSTSsl
PRICE TWO CENTS I
TRANSFIXED "WITH nOUROB I
. Tsnmnhit TnAar.nr nnovotn H
JO LIGHT IX IiOSTOX.
A Kespsclnhle Man Murdered, Chopped t.
Places, Packed la Barrets, and Threw
rr lhe Wbarf-Fenna- Flaalla. oa (to H
Tide al Cambridge.
Boston, Nov. 7. About 3 o'clock yestef H
day afternoon Stephen McFadden. one of th.
men employed at the gas works In Old Cam- 1
bridge, noticed a barrel floating by the works H
with the tide then coming In on the Charles - -M
river, and curious to see what could bo Its cod-
tents, took a boat and towed to the spot, Mo jH
Faddeu attempted to lift the barrel Into tbs)
boat, but after several fruitless trials he mad.
fast to It and towed It ashore, where he was met .M
by hi. fellow employees, who assisted htm us )H
getting It out of tho water. It was an ordinary JH
flour barreL with both heads well secured.
Scarcely had the men got the barrel ashore, 'H
when McFadden, looking toward the river, ex.
" Look, Iwys, there's another one, and as I tan)
It first, why It belongs to me." HH
A iioiiriuls BECnirr. HH
McFadden then started to get the other one,
and in his absence his brother worhmen, prompt-
ed by curiosity, broke open the first barrel. On
looking Insldo they lelicld a spectacle whlrh
froze their blood. There lay the body of a man
with the bead and legs severed and missing, and fm
the arms drawn up and clasping the body. Ths W
men Blood for several seconds horrnr-itrlckon
and unable to titterawr.nl. Scarcely had they M
recovered from their astonishment when Mo-
Failden arrived with the second barrel, no ons sasssfl
rould be persuaded to help blm get It ashore aflkaH
until commanded to do ao by one of the officers VisM
of the gas wot ks. In this barrel were found tu
head and legs of the dead man. TflH
DESCHIITIO.V Or THE MCBDERED MAW.
Tl)e remains were taken to an outbuilding and
thepollce authorities nnd Coroner wero Informed
uf the horrible discovery. On placing the ser
ered parts together it was shown that the man
was about Ave feet five Inch's high. He was VTH
apparently an American, about fifty years old, U
nearly bald, with a moustache, and wtisktrs on
both sides of his face and under his chin. Ht
seem, to have been In good circumstances-, I
as the body was dreed with n blue tricot sack LaaH
overcoat, dark brown vest, dark pantaloons, t TH
finely-made white shirt, which was saturated
with blood; dark blue underclothing, with
woollen socks, and sewed cnlf-kln boots. Whon JH
the body was tnkon from the barrel en open.
fai ed gold watch fell out of the vet pocket, and
a few other articles, demonstrating that what-
.never cause Induced the murderer to commit iTH
the dreadful crime, rubbery at least was not a , Isjh
motive. A Liberal lleimbllcan ticket of Ward
Ten In this city was also found In one of tha M
pockets. The onl) noticeable mark on tho body
was a slight Indentation on the bridge of the
noe. probiibly made long ngo. The whole an-
pearanceof the man was that of a gentloman, WH
nrubaldt a merchant. Asssssssl
nrnMDED with as axe.
Tlie news of tho finding of the remains .pread
like wildfire, nnd within nn hour hundred, ol ( WW
men. children, and even women thronged th. Mm
vicinity, trying n overy war to get a view of tha mm
body. TlJ Coroner, agisted by the onicer..took H
the clothing from the remains and arranged , sbsbb
thorn for tlie undertaker 11 wo found that tha mm
head had befp taken off au several blow. mm
an axe, clusa lo the bod- mm
Utsdln th .'- . ,u
1 - .u 1110 legs ampti. mu
...ne manner. The hands were
LiUtihed as though the owner had died Inarotiy,
and several livid murks, seemingly made by mm
some blunt Instrument, were found on tlie head. assfl
It Is likely that the man was first atmrk and re mm
dcred sensclc.s before the droadful work a
mutilating the remains was begun.
the nonr rMiccoG.tiZED.
The body when handled bled freely nnd was
stiff, showing that tlie discovery was made not
nia.iy hours after the deed was committed. The mM
ballot found In the pocket would also Indlcata
this, and taken with the direction In which th.
body was Doallng would lead to tho Inference mm
that the murder was committed In Iloston. Th. mm
watch was stopped at ten minutes put eleven
o clock. Tlie two barrels were seen to pass Ui
Harvard boat house at three o'clock, and were
also seen from Maynard's wharf In llrlghten. I mm
The remain, wete placed In a coffin by under- t mm
taker Wyeth and taken to theShenard Chtirclr In iLMml
Holyoke street, by order of the Coroner, whore (MWm
they remained last night to await ideiitlficatloo. JJJJJJJJJJJJJJ
From the time that tbe body was recelted at tha iassssfl
eacred edldce until midnight crowds 1 lilted
the church and gazed at the remains; hut im
person could recognize them. mmt
A rHOrOl'HD 4 V8TEKT.
The motive for the murder, as well as the place
where the deed was committed Is a profound mm
mystery. The finding of the gold watch would
eem to disprove the theory of robbery, though mm
as no money has been found, that may have Imm
tveen taken. The finding of the barrels so farun mmt
the river, and following each oilier lu such clone
proximity, gave origin to the rumor that the
murder was committed In some lonely or tinfro
uentcd part of Cambridge bonlerlng on the
banks of the riler. and Inst to conceal tbeli m9
work the ienetrators mutilated thebody.and af. Wm
ter packing It In the barrels, cast It Into the river mWM
at some deep point, suppiwlng that the weight -H
of the body would sink tlie barrels, and thus put MWM
out of sight the terrible deed. Hut cunning WMM
and diabolical as the murderers were, they fur-
got to add to the weight of the barrels and W9
so securely fastened and coopered them as to
be air tight, and therefore lino) nut. 9
A Do. Ion (.alilleiuuu Ktoprs ntlh an Irlsl
llrlre.a lo ).,.l()ll.(ll)l).
( orrvipondi nre ol The sun,
.Newtom.v IIaiiiit. County Wexford. Ireland,
(VI YT. -The whoi. count hss pern .el byltie ears by
lhe repor,.d elope-nent of MIm Amis Bsrry, only
daughter of the Hon. lIu,;U Barry, so ex-mcml. ol l
l'nrlisment of 1I111 place, with sn Amrrlun lountt, a (f
Mr. t'luhenryof Bniton. Mm Btrry It the abtolut. t
po.tettor of the riche.t estate in the county, and Is
In Irett to over innate iterllng. a mm represented by
tlAI'MUgola.whlc:. she Inheriltd from licr uncle. Tbi f-V-VJ
old gectltmsn btilng reluied his coniecl 10 lhe nop. mwi
ti.lt the young couple left the hnuie secrctli on U11 mm
night of lhe :it Initstit, and were driven lo (he real- mm
drnce ot a clrrgymsn near b) snd msrrlrd In prori mm
form. Tbrnee il.ey trsirllrd to Kl'lrni-y, Irmn whick mm
plsce th- liri lc wri te a number ot iiiresHtig tellers to aSBBBJ
her father. The old fellow st length relented, ami tin mmt
d-red tbe enraptured pair lilt psternsl benediction. m
.Mexico's New Preeldeiil -Complete Pacific. mm
tlou ol' Ike ( ounirr.
Citt or Mexico, Nov. L The election for
Prrildent ot Meilco resulted In the slmostunsntmons
choice of Lerdo de Tejsds. Tbe votet sgslait hint
were few snd scattering. A progrtmme ot ths course
lh. Pretident propotci for himself hsi been made pub-
lie, snd msy be cond-nted Into tbli phrase ," Little mW
polltlrt snd much sdmtnlttrstloo." htnee a tew day.
ago the Prealdi nt has cesaed to eiercise sny of the ex mmt
tisordlnsrr powers with whlrh he wss Unfiled. mm
l'orfirlo Diaz haa sent In bis own submission to th. mmt
Oovrrnment, snd th. surrender of the forces under hi. mmt
command, Th piper aas dsted Oct. W, oesr Inirsnro, mm
and. !A: ileners) promlted to present himself st ths mm
tsptal. Tbismskes cvmplst. the piclficstlon of th. mW
country.
I It is reported Ihst Prendenl Lerdo tntendi to restore JH
I Qtni. J"vrtrlDtai and Trevlno to their former rank la
1 ihesrmy.
The Jereer City Police Traublea Again,
The members of tbe police force of Jerxif "9m
City have not received pay for two months. Tbe sj
polntment of snotbrr Board of Police Cointuliiiohrri
by (lor. Psrker to tske the plsce of the present Boird,
who w ere dtnusltfled from holding office by their eon. Wm
vittloa lul tun.mer.of felony, give Msyor O'Neill .
pretext for refuting to conntensnce the dolngi of th.
preient Bosrd. He declined to ilgn tbe Commttiloners' jH
wsrrsnu for lhe psyment of tbe men. Kiery effort l-.M sH
been msde to Induce htm to sign them, but without
avail. Last evening the counsel of the Board of d ra mmm
mlationert prepared papers 10 s,-rve iipim the l(s)or, 0-9-9-9-91
show tng that they Intended to move be.ure the kupretj H
Court, on the motion of Thcinst n. Ilobhlnt, for a per f-H
einptory mtudimus to be il r-rifl lo blm, rciiulrtr.f T9mm
bimtoilgn the wsrrsnt if tu.' it) Tr.saurcr of Jrr. 'Amm
aey City, directing him to pa) Koliblns filly dullsrt fol Amm
his services si lergcanl uf pullre. aTaaTaTal
To preient M.)or il'Nrill or lhe new Bosrd of Com- TH
muslomrs from ttklcg sny counter scllon. ths ser- Tl
vlcnf thue papers wst dclsred until lilt lstt night. mmt
when tonilsole Hullon scried them upon tbe Msyor al mmj
kls house. The ca.e will be besrd si Trsnton lo-dsy, mmi
The Hinge Companies Agalnat Mr, Ilcrtk. WM
Tlie application of tbe llroadway and Twenty. iH
third at., Brcsdwsy snd Msdlson nvenue, Brosdwsy snl
t'onrlecr.th meet, snd Brosdway snd Katt tide stags
ltnei, forsu Injunction to reitrsln Henry Bcrgh front mmt
srreiilngln ths future sny of their drivers, was con. mm
llunid jetteritsy before Judge Dsly. Ths stage cola- tTaTarJ
psulrs s iy ihst their drivers sre freQuenlly locked us assTarJ
lor Iweuiy four hours, only to be honorably dlicbir.ri mm
by lhe msglstrstesi that Mr. Berth hss no msn who tl mm
competent to decide whether ahorse Is fit to work or mm
nut 1 snd thst tbe public sre greslly Ineonvenlen-ed by mm
the urmu of drivers. Tbs itago couipsolrs chsrira ITatral
thst Mr. Bergh himself Is guilty of cruelly to si I mils tTaTaTJ
In unhitching their sick hones snl lesvtng Ihem In lha mm
itrtelto suffer, luitcsd of sindlnr tlmtolbe ilsblesi IH
where tb. comptsles can propeily tske csreof Ihem,
if. oioriagsl, iiiiry, Inhls openlu. forth, delenra,
said Ihst ths psiiengert In Ihsse itsges sre freonenlly mm
"crawdtd like sardines la a boz," ami Is.meil ihst Mr. mm
Bergh never utsd hit poiillon trbiirsril), snd merssj mm
tried la prevent cruelty ui anUusls. mm
Tha Loaa of lha (Jnnli uiala.
Citt or Mexico, Nov, l.-lly the wreck of tha)
ttetmer Oustsmsls on Tcusla bar twenly-ons of toe
crew snd two pstsenxers were lost. 1-be csptaha, JJH
tw nty slt of tbe crsa.sud t lew of lhe passengers) .jTssTasTi
tied from Iks wreck bsve tnlie.l st lekusalaset .S-V-BBBJ
Sltir waailinw ta ths woods four iltyi, tmmM

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