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j TFOnliAir" NEW YOI1K, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1872. 1CE TWQ sT
MR. BEECllER'S MEMORIAL.
run riYMovrn Jtrsstox skcuukd
AOAIXST AXY sMlSCltAXCX."
The Tlelhel and NnvrSthool. lo be Endowed
Trllh f.lll.O(M) fo llinl when the Pastor
I Dead Ihe Work he lm lanuiurnUd
mar mill rn nn anil Prosper.
f-riyinoutti lecture room wn flllpil Inst
veiling with an nttentlve audience Mr.
tiercher tame In n few minutes late. Its fat
ilnvrti, (lime back Ills (loak, look tlic liymn book,
anil looked around on the assembly. HI. cheeks
wero nnldy a from brisk walking In the bracing
air, anil a pleasant imlle lighted up lilt fare. Its
Closed lil contemplation of the congregation
with a deep sigh, and opened tho hymn bonk,
lit eavc out hymn S19 In a remarkably loud, clear
rolco. After the hymn wss ended, .Mr. Ileecher
aid: "Ilrothcr Fleming, will yocl engage In
Mr. Doming, a middle-aged gray-headed man,
tood up and prayed. Ho thanked God for
l'lymoiith Church, and for spiritual grace. Ho
askod for help that they might subdue all carnal
ppetlte,that theylmlsht Imbibe the puro (lopel
preached to them by their beloved pastor, and
lay up Ills precept In their hearts. He prayed
that an Influence might go out from thulr church
that would help to cstablMi the world In rlght
eousness. II. entreated that the rhurcli might
crow more, and more In purltv. and that sinner
might be conaclencc-strlckcnby their example
and cry " What must we d 7
Mil. ntEtil til's PIltYrlt.
After the prayer, Mr. llcechor gave out the
tlfUt h)mn. and after It had been sung, engaged
In prayer. He blessed God for His flilllty to
ward them. Ood had not forsaken thoin or
irlron them up to the power of Satan or of man,
so that they could say, " Who shall lay anything
to the charge of Cod's elect'" and "What shall
separate us from the love of Christ?" lie pray
ed for God's manifestation In love, so that whcie
th distress was deepest and bitterest vthero
tho ureat troubUs la. that wero tintnentlonrd
and unmentl mable- the healing beams of Ills
f.ithcrly affection might fall, lie gave thank
that the Kreat drani.i of human weakness and
tin did not ps without God's notice, and took
comfort from It. He thanked God for all tho
i-nnd I'lvmnuih Church had done. Thev wanted
do pralso for It, for l'aul might plant anil Apollo
we.ter.but Ood only rould give the Increase. He
asked crace to hold on a little longer, and then,
when the end came, mlcht they fold their
hands and wine their way to the preieuco of
their Father In Heaven.
the UEEClirn MEMOIIIAU
After singing thoMUh hymn, Mr. Ileecher said
that threo weeks aeo a proposition was made ny
airothrr llenedlct to cot uo n memorial of llielr
arratitude for the twcnty-flve years of grace and
bounty bestowed on Plymouth Church by their
Heavenly Father. A roninillliie had been np
' pointed to report. The committee met and
talked the mailer over. Then they conferred
with several brethren of the church, and iv...
again. This night was appointed for .them to
make their report. Mr Hec her called oh llrother
llenedlct, the Chairman of the cotumlttco, to
read the report accordingly.
711 K 11EPOBT.
Mr. llenedlct arose and said that he had no
written report, as he thought that It would ha
mors satisfactory to hear an explanation right
from his Hp. Several proportions had been
laid before them. It was suggested that a
Home for Bailors In New York Mould be a good
memorial. Then It waa proposed that thev
should build a new church for the poor
up near Prospect Vark. Next came a
suggestion to lay the foundation of a free hos-
Siltal for Ilroiiklyn. then 10 establish a home fur
lestltute member of the Church, and finally to
put up a building for the Young Men's Chris
tian Association of llrooklyn.
There was an objection to all these. They In
volved more than one cnur.ii could or ought lo
undertake. Finally a proportion that ramo
from Mr. Ileecher hlmolf had been accepted.
It was that they should raise
A FUND or $50,000,
, to be placed in the hands of trustees, the Inter
est of It to pay the running expense of Ply
mouth Dethel ami the Navy Mission. They had
put up the Ilethel and Navy Mission buildings,
and paid for every thing. There waa no debt on
them. The chunh could pay the teachers and
missionaries; the only thing needed was that a
permanent fund for the payment of their cur
rent expenses dr., gas, cleaning, keeping, arm
so forth-should bo provided. Some day
j Mil. lIKEriIKU MH.IIT riC TAKEN AWAY
from them. The current of population might
change. The fluctuations of busln--s might
carry an ay tho resident from around th
rhurcli. Hut If they had thi permanent fund--Ileecher
or no llee. her. population or no popu
lation they would alway.i be able to run tho
1 Hetlui and Navy Mission Schools. Tlio commit
tee tliciiiglit that n permanent fund of $.7).i.)
1 would bo enough, Jij.iu) for each object, or
A Volce-Don't shrink, don't shrink. Keep It
Mr. lltneJIct did not think that t.V.niH) was a
largo draft on the liberality or gratitude of the
Nil. lISECtiril's "ENTIUKNTS.
Mr. Heei her salJ tint as tin suggest i in hsd
oeen laid at his door, l.e would like to say n few
word He bad liefer ut so h'gh a value on
liroai hi'rs or the u 1 1 1 . administration of the
Ouprl as many others had. Altlmugh Hod had
lieun pleased to o greatly bless bis preaching
there, ytt ho had always folt that Inacltyllko
llrooklyn the power of the church should be a
preater Influence than that of any single mem
ber or pastor. He was not ungrateful for the
1 aiicco. that God haj given him. He took pride
I and Jo) In the development of the Christian llf.
of each member of Plymouth Church. Hut to
I carry the Gospel to the poor around was their
pciillar work. The part of the city where they
were, had been abandoned years aeo by all the
churiiiot because It via too poor to sustain a
church. That waa w iy the spot where they
I were thi site of the First Presbyterian Church,
liad been selected for Plymouth Church, 'lha
: neighborhood that was too poor to sustain a
! church ws Just tho spot where a church ought
I to be located.
COD MAD FIXED TIIKM THERE,
mid the Scripture was fulfilled In their case,
"The poor ye shall ultvny have with yon."
The had got tho poor around them, and God
bad opened the heart of the member to btiek to
do good to them In body and soul. They must
livve something ele besides preaching. They
tml got tho ilethel and Navy Schools where
Ciuiitiun men an ' w imcn could prevh to the
pour, the Ignorant, the vicious, und the outcast
I ice to face. In a whisper. How many holy men
and women In th.it ctiurrh had don. this 1 He
bellated that at the last day
Tiiuti tTE or iiEtvo wofi.n nr. ni.ocKr.i)
with a happy throng, who would hall ihes
saints of God u the Instrument of tl.eli s.ilvn
tlon. Talk of Calh lie snlnt ' ITj mouth Church
had Its hundreds of saints who hail tolled year
In yt ar out for tne souli Htul bodies of the poor
mid k.uiLl Hundrtds of faiullles li.icl been
Ldesu'd and sated throiig'i the laboro of tho
sirethren of Plymouth Church. Plymouth
Church ran give food from Its breast, but It can
not always be giving sin k. There must be a
weaning tlmo sooner or Inter. Now, Plvmouth
Church might be burnt doun or blown up some
day, and In that rase the members don't want
the llethcl and Nuvy Mission to stop. The Idea
was to place a f'tnd of i.VJ.OOO In tho hands of
trustees, so that the Interest on it would nay the
uurrvnt expenses of tlice places, and they
might go on and nourish, a'though they did not
get a cent from Plymouth Church. The llethcl
"fid the Nay Mlsilon are
THE TWO IMNDs Of PM' MO IT It CIlt'lKTI
put down In the neighborhoods, pouring out
the seed-corn of eternal life, and those hands,
.me .tret, bed out thus, mint noter, never be
I drawn bsck.
When Mr. Ileecher stt down he called on Mr.
Ilell. who arose. He said that three or four
year, ago Mr. Ilee.-her told hlni that this mailer
of the llsthel and the Na Mission lay ery near
ills heart ; that he wanted to see them endowed,
ho that whatever might happen to him or Ply
mouth Church they might remain and prosper,
Mr. Ueechir. Mr llell said, vas getting on In
years. No one know liow soon their pastor might
lie taken from them, though ha (Mr. Hell) hoped
lie might live and remain with them for twenty
years longer. Applause. There v. .re nomo sit
ting In that assembly, however, who would see
tho da when Mr. Unorder would be no longer
iiiwlor thsre. (Sonsatlon.l Then where would
the revenue of 1'lyinuulli Church b This mi
doun ent Id. a wan Mr Ileochor's. If there was
any good mil it was oil Mr Ileecher'. Porhaps
iiim of them would say that
HE Mill Nil. UEBCIlt It 1 1 A I I1KE.V INTIIiat'lND
jind wlremillliig llaught, r, that thoy had been
laying their In ads togeth, r and plotting. Hero
IfV li V,', 'r'1""1 "artlly.l' Thoy must get
Mils i.m.UK), but they must see that It s In a safe
place, so that If eter the church should bn In
need It wouldn t be ai.e to touch the fund.
.aughter.) It then, get thl, f,,d. and thou
those two places, the 1 t -tli. I and the Navy
Hi hool, mint go on. ii . natter wt -a iiiayhin.
peiitotherhiirili. This Idea of having schools
outiilile a church was sproidlng. It was eitend
Ing from llrooklyn to New York, to Louisville,
to Philadelphia, and would soon "go Wet."
Ii.roat laughtor. In which Mr. Ileecher Joined. 1
She Ilethel and Ny School buildings wer
theirs, and If th.yhad this fund, which would
able tUem tout, them, they ulgbt fluurUh,
ii. matter what happened to Plymouth Church
or Its pastor.
the cnuncn in e.smon.
After some conversation, It was resolved to
go Into regular church session and consider tho
mailer. It was then moved that tho report be
Mr. Sherman objected. He had something to
ay about It, but he wanted Mr, Ileecher in
varato tho chair first. Mr. Ileerhor tldgcted
and sat with his hand un to hi face. The Chief
Deacon suggested that Mr. Ileecher should leave
the chair u moment.
Mr. Ileecher Well, I'm supposed to have done
so, then, .... .
Tho Chief Deacon then moved that Mr. Ileecher
takn the chair. It was carried unanimously.
Mr. Sherman explained that ho wished the re
port to be returned to tho committee. a.s he
desired the memorial In same way to bo asso
ciated with Mr. Ileecher.
. Another member sold that was needless, since
so lone a the llethcl and Navy Schools existed,
they would be Identified with their beloved
Mr. Sherman thanked God they had such a
pastor, lie was sure it was the wish of the ma
the ciirnrit's onATitt-nr. to .mil nr.KCiir.n
personally, for his long and faithful services
among them, should bo shown In this me
morial, lie suggested, therefore, that It should
be known as tho Plymouth Mission 1 und, Ho
would suggest thai Mr. Ileecher rhoutd bo tho
original trustro of the fund nud appoint such
other trustees as he thought lit.
A member said that every thoughtful man In
the Christian world would olna) Identify Mr.
Ileerlier with tho great work of which tho fund
would bo a memorial. Nothing could prevent
his being Identified with It. Chccrs.l
nn. m-.rcitmi deepi.t moved.
Mr. Her, her. In a volco tremulous with emo
tion, said he was very grateful to them for their
kind expressions. Ho had a special, personal
repugnance to the use of his n.inio In connection
Willi tho fund. lien ho .is d ad thoroughly
ileid, he meant If anv one chose to use his
name, of course he couldn't object. lif the good
ho had done In the name of tho Ixird Jcsns
Christ kept Ids name olive among men after he
was gone well. He had worked because ho
lotedwork. Ho was conscious of many Imper
fections and shortcomings, yet he had tried to
do simply and truly what ho thought was right
before tlod. If his name was used by tho Church
111 this matter he would object. Didn't they
blossom and spread beforo him every Sunday?
"If I uivo dono much for you, Oh, dearly he
lmed l"Mr. Ileecher exclaimed In avoleo choked
with emotion, " you have done more for inc."
It was Dually agreed that tho reort should be
rocoiwd, and the subscription list opened next
Mr. Ileecher pronounced the benediction with
great solemnity and feeling, and tho congrega
Theodore Tlllon Relumed.
Mr. Tllton rottiniiil from New Hamp
shire on Tuesday, In time to vote, but too lato to
contribute anything to this week s paper. Next
week our readers may oxpect something of In
terest from his pen.
ZKT'S HAW AX IXVESTIOATIOX.
The Deficit In .VI r. Houtwell'a Iterenue Mlnmp
Account-How Ihr Account rn Fixed l!p
and an Investigation qurlcheil.
Washington, Nov. 8. J. II. Etit, Fifth
Auditor, In hit report to the Secretary ' the
Treasury, makos a great parado of tho work ac
CftmpllineJ In his office. He says that Il.tOt ac
counts, Involving ITLD.OT-.'.IO, have been
closed. Mr. Ula was appointed for a special purpose-to
close the revenue stamp account,
which has never been adjusted, much to the an
noyance of Secretary Iloutwell, under whoso
administration of the Internal Hevenue Ilurcau
tho deficit occured. An attempt was made dur
ing MeCulloih' administration of the Trea
sury Department to adjust it, and a lightning
calculator named Charles A. Apple was
employed for that particular purpose. He
succeeded In making the uccount of some
sixty millions balance to u cent, and received
therefor Ave hundred dollars: but the attention
of President Johnson tvu called to the Job and
lu obtained copies of the papers prepared by
Apple, as well us of those of a former clerk who
had audited the account. A resolution sj In
troduced In the Senate by Charles It. Iluckalew
calling for copies of these papers, which passed
late in the evening, the attention of Mr, Hout
well'a friends not being called to it. The next
morning, lion ever, they were prompt, and by a
strict party tola rescinded the resolution, arid
thus prevented an lmesliga'.ioti of this bold
piece of work.
Gen. Alfred Pleas niton, while Commissioner
of In'crnal ltetenue call, d the Presl 1 nt'e at
tentt n to this dellelt lu Mr lloiitw ell . accounts,
and asked for authority 1 1 Intrstigato tho mat
ter: but the Se. retary had Inlluenco enough
with Grant not only to prevent this Inquiry but
to cause the removal of the inquisitorial Com
missioner. Pretlous to the appointment of F.la
an ' If Hi uditor there M "III scleral millions
of dollars' wortli of stamps l.-ued under Ilout
well unaccounted for. As only an abstract of
Mr. I.la s report has been given to the public. It
Is not known whether tins stamp account of
lloutw ell's is Included In the fourteen thousand
mid odd h.iiultrd that have been adjusted
during the present year. As the public Is n little
curious on this point, perl .ips a little Informs
t'ou will tie von, -!,jfed lew t.ial public attention
hat been called lo It.
Oil Trlul for the Murder of bis Wife.
The trial of 'Iliumu Pltzpalrlck on an Indict
ment rttsrgtuv him with the lee-l.-rof M. wtf" Mary
ritrpstrlck, whom It Is Alleged he kieke,l to deslh on
the 9th of June, si begna la the Klags county Oyer
and Termlurr ye.irrjay T he tirl.uner. it U ssid, wr at
heme tu ur ttu: Influence of Uquur. Mi. iber his wne
wis In the same (uiiulil.m :t was Impv.sln'e to say, hut
the prisoner di c:ires ttiat she m. He, as slleg. d,
dragi;U her frum the bed sud itsmped upon her. sad
the next tnurntng she ass f unit un the Coor ucsil.
The Jury found a verdict nf inauilaugtilrr la the
fourth degree, and Htgcratd un seutencad to one
ytar lu the I'eulicntlsry. The diughtt r, who had hern
detained as a wttacas Mgainit her father ,w as silos cd
turn by the Court.
The King of Saxniu'i Golde n Wedding.
Durst)!:, Nov. 8.-Tho festivities attending
the celebration of the col lea wedding of thr King and
Quern of Sszony couttnne. There have been religious
ceremonies of sn Imposing character at the chnrrh, and
htite pe rfortnjme ut tl. i.p.r.. llouir, nt whlciisil
the Imperial aud tit. ed guests cow aticuiuled here at
teudid. Deputations from the srmy, the city government, and
the dli'toiuatlc co-pi to-d.y waited n the royal pair
and teuderil their conratulstiotit. The people testify
their lorslty and a!h.it tl by studtug uiigu lucent guts
Irum all psrii of the couutry.
The llosloii iMyslcrj.
lurtherileTrlopni ins leare no Uouut th.it I'.IIJah Kills
wst muruereil, with robbery ss the object, on Tueidsy
night Int. He wsi formerly a peddler, employ Ing sev, r
tl teams and msec considerable money, l or lomr years
pait he hss been s real estate broker, sud lender of
in, -n. -yon collateral!, sud aj kuuwu to carry Ure
rumiofm.iney shoiu hl peron. II" waa eccentric la
i na, a. ter, kiud heart d. hint tly teuperate, sliI reurt
ei ii"i.,ir.h)e lu I. ii.lin ss matters, He was la.t seen
nine uhuui ,ei in o't loi L nu 'rue.d.y evening, un Wash
ington slreel, S'.ulli e .d Mr. 111., had 0"lir hull
earned. 1 hei e Mppi-srs it. l.e a rejsuuahle proba'jlllly
that his murvlereri wul h n.e .ier. .
The Ceiilciniliil A uulvt'rsarr.
Ai.iianv, Nov. 8. Tho New Yotk Hoard of Fl
nsnceof the Centennial Inlernsllonal Kshlhltlou hire
adopted a resolutlen that the National, State, and In
lorpursted hants In the Mate be requeued to act as
s?.-iita In procuring aril retelvlng auhseriidions for
li.elr Heard. The amount lu be raised lu this elate Ii
shout tl,IU6,tu It was sbii ugre, .1 that m li i.rhsic
l.sn'.s as the crporal. in of any I ongre.tluual District
should name be ri'iurstcd to a.t a sue" s. It IheStnlo
Loinuilsilouer piocd. The ll.isrdn.il meet again
on the flit last.
Thieves llecoiiilnu Desperate,
Henry Meuvllle, alias Ottenburgh, all .s Oat
ley. Thomas Jefferson, sllis Jsuies llohlo.on, alias
JctTiand Thomas McCormlck, alias James IVsrd, ill old
eflenders well known to the police, yesterday sma.tie 1
the aiiow window uf llemardLoi lu'g fur .tore, "ii ll.lrd
aienue, an stole three valuable mutt, and on
hrells. Iieteellre Terwilllgcr and lilhccr Unruu .. i
the ira.hlug glass and arreited Ihem.
A llnrgr l.o.l In l.altt Kris,
HurrAU), Nov. 8.-The barge I'oreat Queen,
from Saginaw, laden with lumber, while In tow of the
tug llurllngton during s galo lxl night, was cut loose
two miles outal.le of the brrakwster, snd Ii supposed to
he lust witii all hsndi. The hargea Kenlttr.y und hlar
of the North, which were in low of the tug, were alio
cut Ino.e at the same time. The former Ii water logged
sud the latter wsi brought In,
, The President Minln Ciiiur.Uiilulcil.
Washington, Nov. 8 -The member of the
Diplomatic Corps at Loon to-day called hi a body upon
the President to tender their rnnratulitlnns upon his
reeleillon. Theyweic ri reived in the llpie Ifooin by
tut I'rri dent and Mn, tlrsui, Mls Nellie tirsnt,an.
members of the Cshlnvi, and the ladles of their household.
A (.nod Policeman's Work,
Within two yoars Officer Fr.-'iik Murphy of the
KO'irlh Wsrd police has rrsi urd fifteen persons fncu
drowning. The following sre their names - Pen r I Inn,
Margaret Finn, .lames llurin, Jsnirs Ksn. i'eti r nil
li.pla. Uirgarcl ela i, Peter Muriuiy. I mharnie Haw
! , John Co icon, Pitrlrk (I'S. fl, ..tin M l h.eap.
tsin of s omsl boat, sml Si.rsh, Ms wife, Kate Kellly,
Wliiisui Uurkr, snd John lliord'-n,
Death el si Cardinal,
Nice, Not. B.-Canllnal I.ulgl Araat, Vlco
Cbancellvr of the Holy Itouiao Church, JlsJ la tils clll
ysitsrasy, wedK rear.
A HVSBASirS VENGEANCE.
AX T.l..f.V'.v A SSA3SIXA TIOX OF
ut a wirr. axi unit i.ori:n.
D.lnll of the Trngedy In Dover, N, J.-An
llnllan Widow' niarrlaas lo her Drunk,
en fellow C'aunlryman In Nesr Yorlt-A
Mepnratlon and the rjnnglnary Knd.
A St'V rrporter wrnt to Dovit, N. ,T.,
yesterday to ascertain the details of the shock
Ing tragedy which was enacted thero on Wednes
day morning, and of which anaccountwas given
In yesterday's 9m, The reporter learned from
tho lips of Giovanni Ilarrottl, who Is at the
point of death, the circumstances tinder which
he was stabbed by Louis, tho husband nf liar
rottl'a beautiful housekeeper, Johanna Moosl.
Tho etory I one of tragical Interest.
Giovanni Ilarrottl, who Is an Intelligent and
unusually good looking yotinu man, left Italy
lorae five ypars ago. He came to New York and
stayed here two yenrs. He had friends In Dover,
N..I., who wrote hlm Income and settle there.
Ilarrottl opened a shoe store In Dover. Ho had
great success. Ho had n ploaslng manner,
(ccincd always good natured, and vros liked by
everybody. About five months ago he went to
New York city to cngago a housekeeper. He
heard of an Italian widow who was looking for
Just audi a position and engaged her.
She wont with him to Dover, lie necame
greatly nttiuhed to her. Ktcryhody noticed
that he was wry devoted to her. and that lio
treated her more Ilko a wife than a servant or a
housekeeper. Johanna Moosl was a brunette,
petite, plump, well formed. She had line ex
pressive face, olive complexion, large black
eyes which nlwny looked bright and cheerful,
nn exceedingly pretty mouth, small hand,,
small feet- she was the very type or an Italian
beauty. . , . , ., , .
Giovanni's friends spoke with enthusiasm of
Johanna' ben illy, and congratulated hint upon
having secured so agreeable a housekeeper.
Giovanni laughed when they rallied him on his
"pretty housekeeper." as they used to call her,
and said she was merely his scrvant-that was all.
PLANS 1011 A MAIttltAGE.
They lived very happily. Johanna was a good
housekeeper, and Giovanni used to say his home
had net rr been so bright and so happy. Giovan
ni's friends, when they wero In his house, no
ticed that her eye followed him In hi slightest
motions. He never left the house without her;
sh, never went anv where without hlni. A tho
story went, limy were soon to be married. A
soon as Giovanni could get mnnev enough he
would tako his Johanna back to Ills natlte vli
lage, near Home, for, as he f rctiuently said, he
could never forget his native land.
On Wednesday morning he was. as usual. In
his shop, laughing and Joking. Two men en
tered. They had Just arrived In the morning
trait: from New York. One. touts, was a small,
wiry fellow with a vicious face: the other, Pht
llpi'l, was a big, burly Italian with a stolid ex
prrsslon. Giovanni looked up. He saw the man
who was to murder hltn, and bade him pleas
antly "Good niornlne." , ,
"Good morning, Louis said in Italian. And
hertddfj. "Jlay I cowbln '
"Certainly, ' Giovanni replied In Italian, greet
ing the visitors In the most cordial manner, for
he was always glad to see a country man.
in aEAltui or uts wirx.
There was nobodvlnthe shop but Giovanni,
touls looked around as though he was looking
for somebody. He cast furtive glances ot Gio
vanni; and sat down lu a chair,
"I am looking for an Italian woman by the
namo of Johanna Moosl." lie laid, after a pause.
"She Urn here, sir," Giovanni replied, In his
clear, ringing voire. "Aro you uciualnted with
'"" Yes. I am," Louis aald. evelng Giovanni In
askance. " I want to see her."
"I'll call her." Giovanni said, readily : and he
went Into the backroom and cald "Johanna,
"I'll be down In a minute," she answered.
"She'll b. down In a moment," Giovanni said,
returning to the shop.
touts was whispering to riillllptd In a very
atrange way. Giovanni thought nothing of It,
howe.er. and whistled a barcarole.
Light footsteps were heard. "That". Johan
na." tool said, and he aroso to gTeet her. Sho
stepped In with a smile. She stopped still when
she saw who It was, and exclaimed In an Impas
.1 med voice.
" For lleaien'. sake. It Is hel"
She turned, seemingly to go back
" Why, what Is thl. " Giovanni asked with as
tonishment ; "what ibve all this moan?"
lends stepi'd quietly up to Johaun I, who was
In a nutter of excitement. He looked her
steadily In tho face. He took hold of her hand
and said. " You are my wife." '
What's that '" cvlaimod Giovanni, amazed.
" What is that yon have bi en saying r"
"I say that Jouaro my vr'fe." Louis -aid. ad
dressing himself still to Johanna. "You don't
J j'i'haiina shook her head, "touls," she s-ild.
"why do you persecute me Why do ycu follow
me Instead of l.-.ivlngine alone '
He laughed. You are my w He, he said, "and
I want you to live with me as my wife. 1 havo
come bore to take you back with me to New
York. ovEitTrnt. n EJECTED.
"I go with you!" sho exclaimed. "Never,
neverl ' And turning to Giovanni, who looked
on In .Hem mn ment. " This Is the man who
Inveigled live from Italy to Amcrii.i, and then
sto nil in viilu.il les and all my clothes to buy
himself drink. I go v.lth you Never, never."
"Well." I.oi s -.ild.wlth a sneer, "you are my
wlfo. We have never been divorced, '
"I was vour wife," sho said, lu her Imps.,
sinned way, "but ever slnco you stole my
clothes, ever since you drove ineouibf your
house and would not recognlzo me as your wife,
I have not been your wife, and I never, never
waft be -never!'' , , ,
Let me speak to you alone," touls said. I
want to talk to you, tot us go Into a room
where we ran bo alone."
" No, I will not, she said ; " I know that you
have been wanting to do mo some Injury."
" Why, I would not for tho world," tools raid.
"I only want to talk to you privately." She
would not go, and then he Implored her to grant
hlni this favor. ... ,
Giovanni said, "Johanna, If this man Is your
husband and he wants to talk to you, you had
better go into the next room," She hesitated a
loo.. wMi. and finally consented.
Tho husband and wife went Into the next
room, and rcinalnod closeted for about live
minutes. Then they came back. Johanna was
crying, and touls' face wore an expression of
"Well, are vou golngf 'Giovanni asked Jo
hanna, In ntono of anxiety.
Sho cried. "No," bo said. "I cannot, I can
not. I cannot go with him."
"I havo Just been telling riilllppl." Giovanni
said, quietly." while you two were In the other
room, that 1 am going to tako Johanna any how
to New York Inn few days. She will be thcro
with her relatives, and you ran aeo her thero.
You can have a better chance to talk to her
there, and If she then consents to live again with
you. all right, tills voleo was slightly trem
bling i I do not want to stand between husband
and wife." . ,
Louis cast a furtive glance it Giovanni, but
made no reply. Ho put one hand Into his
pocket and said, looking his wife straight In tho
oyo: "So you will not go with me."
"I cannot," sho said, aobblng. "1 rannot.
" Well, you'll sec me to tho door," Louis aald.
"Uli, yes," sho aald, with a faint smile, she
went as far as the door. Then touls, who had
MidJenly become very pale, said: "And you
will not be my wife, never?"
STAIIBED TO THE IIR.nT
She was about to answer, and opened her Hps,
hut milck as a Hash Louis threw his left arm
round her neck, and with his right hand plunged
a loiu knife Into her mouth. " Oh I" she criod.
as the blood gushed out aud streamed over her
body. She had strength enough to throw her
nrm round him, seemingly to support herself on
t ho man who was murdering her. touls raised
the kulfo and stabbed her again, this time In the
"Stop! atopl" Giovanni cried, springing to
It was too late. The tuurdorer held his victim
In his grasp. Ileforo Giovanni could movent
him tho knife Hashed again In tho air, and again
it was burled In the woman's heart. Phlllppl.
the murderer's rompanlua, stood by his side,
looking at the spectacle.
Giovanni, who was a powerful man, clutched
tho oiisassln arm. For n moment there was a
chance that the murderer's Instrument might
be wrested from hi hand. Hut no. touls waa
too nulck for Giovanni. He freed hi arm and
tho knife drscendod into the Italian' heart.
Giovanni uttered a faint csV and staggered. Tho
woman had rolled down the stoop, and waa
there lying dead, bathed In. her blood, She had
died almost Instantly.
A DEATH nnAITI.K.
touls did not stop as he looked back upon his
victim who was lying on tho stoop- his own
wife lie seemed to gather now strength, and
a.tulu he raised thti kulffi. and again It disap
peared In tho breast of Giovanni, He would
have fallen, hut LouU lit Id him with one arm
ellll nibbing him with Din other. Thu knife
was Invariably pointed to Oljtannl's heart. It
"cmed as though I.uivs wautud to cut his
wlfo' lover' heart out.
Giovanni, alter the flrs, wound, shouted to
Phllllppi. vftio was coolly Itatidltii; by, "Oulrk,
fiulck,'' he cried; "take . knife away from
him." Ilut I'hllllppl would not. He stood there
nulotly, as though pleased with lilt -sVieiid'
Thu neighbor now ran to tha soot, and the
" - sou. -VMSMW
astassln and his friend fled. They wero noon so
cured, touls, on entering the police station,
cursed every one who approached him. He waa
Ironed, and taken to Giovanni' house. There,
on n mattress, lay Giovanni, at the point of
death. He had lived longer than Johanna,
whose form he clasped when he fell wounded
on the stoop. He had felt her tlyi' IT breath, and
hsd klssod her when it seemed trtat he himself
could live not a moment longer. Hut ho was
alive yet. and conscious. Ho Identified touls
and i'hllllppl. and both wero taken to Morris
town. Thore they are In Jail.
THE I1YISO MAN'S BTOIIT.
These am the main fact as the dying Italian
gave them last night to n reporter of the Son.
ilarrottl was very low;. He could scarcely speak.
His handsome face lnokod wan, pale; his fiery
black eyes were sunken, but had still a faint
lust ro. He said that three days ago Johanna re
ceived an anonymous letter from New York
asking her to vlsUthat city, and to 'ake out a
divorce front tho writer. Ho thought this wo
very strange, as Johanna could not have com
piled with the writer's wish, even had she been
desirous of so doing, not knowing his address.
The reporter asked film why toul. went to
take Johanna back with hltn If he wanted to be
dlvorred from her.
"Fool, fool," Ilarrottl replied, swallowing a
piece of Ice which a friend put Into his mouth,
"I think it was all on excuse. People say she
had plenty of money, and that he had none."
Itoporter What separated them T
Ilarrottl (faintly)- I think tho first trouble wan
that before he married her ho told her that ho
had plenty of money, and promised to send for
her child and her sister In Italy alio wa a
widow In Italy when ho married her and she
had to give him money on the veTilayof hor
marriage, to get drunk with,
lleoorter- Did you think, when he came, that
he wa going to stab you?
Ilarrottl (with a oulrk Hash of his black eyes)
If I had thought that, by Heavens -
He did not finish. He was too weak. IIo
gasped faintly for breath.
lteportcr (after Giovanni had recovered allttlo)
Did she ever tell you anything about him 7
Giovanni (falntlyl-No. Oh, oh. oh I I think
It was Impossible, Impossible to kill a woman
anil thcro was no occasion, no occasion. I saw
him stab her I saw It. lllood come from her
mouth like a river.
Ileporter How long did she live?
Giovanni (his mouth quivcrlngl-In about two
minutes sho was cold.
The reporter bade the dying man good bye,
and went to the undertaker of Dover where lie
eawthocorpso nf Johanna. It was In a plain,
wooden box. Tho body had been washed, but
the face was covered with thick streaks of
coagulated blood. She was once beautiful, and
now, nh.it a ghastly picture, liven the beauti
ful flowing hair was clotted with blood. The
corpse wa dressed In the clothes which wero
worn by her at the time of the assassination.
She was hurled yesterday afternoon. Giovanni
osked what they had done with his Johanna.
Tho answer was that they had burled her.
TUB COAT OVTVUSUAY'S KLXCTIOX.
An Army ef Mnrsbnl lo IIo Pald-Daven-port.
" What do you minpoao Ttiesilny's elec
tion In this city cost the national Treasury ?"
Inquired a Sl'M reporter yesterday of a semi
official personagn connected with the Federal
building In Chamber street.
"Not leas than f lK,rjii0, and probably a great
deal more s the exact amount cannot be told for
somo time," replied the latter. Uf continued!
rpwards of 3.IU) marshy and supervisor of
election wero em;l'jnljt y Marshal Kharpc and
Coinnii.,nner T)avenvort, who largely Increased
tnolr forces on the ore of tho election. Sharpo
cot all the men he rould from Col. Whltlor,
Chief of the Secret Service corp. to Mslst his
deputies at the I'ulted States Headiiarters.
Many of the marshals and supervisor were on
duty for six or seven days, and as each man will
receive ys per day, this Itctn alone will amount
" Were any otnsT cxpensos Increased I" aiked
the reporter. ,
"Yes, there Is something for tel:rr;pblc de
spatches. Davenport engrureol all the city con
nections of the Western Union line to transmit
special returns from each Assembly district to
his office. The headquarters of the chief mar
shals In each Assembly district were also pro
vided with three orfour carriages. .lut a hun
dred wore In use altogether. I do not know of
any .Government fund out of which these ex
enies can be legitimately paid: but some
means will probably bo found to raise the
The reporter ascertained that the psyof the
supervisors and marshals will be disbursed a
soon a warrant ore forwarded from Washington.
A Uenilulseenrr of ine Alabnins - Fighting
for tbr Proceeds ef the Wren.
On the 1.1th of June, 1S& while the llrltlsh
steamer Wren wsa on s rnyse fro.n Harms to Liver
pool, her crew, who claimed to be loyil rlllieni of the
t'nlird hUlts, srose snd nsr.g.lcd lor Into the port of
Key Weil, tad tsv ng po ed themselves of the
papers on hoard, delivered them with the stesmer, her
orieers snd en w-int., the custody of the Prlre Coart.
Thereup ,u II. t t' lilted Sta'e. sutliorllles hhclt'd her, s
t rise ..f wsr. claiming that on a prevluit occasion
theta4rnut.il bl. ttade, l . that .he w.a Hie r 'petty
of en, mles oi the I'nited Mates. The proofs tsk. n lu
lh Prire t dirt 'iweil thst she wsi hnllt st Pl km
lies.l. I.uglsnd. S ISM hy John l-slrd, the builders of
the Alal.ams , aud a regl.t. r fount on board Ihe vcmi 1
disclosed thai fact. In Atigu.t.lM&the waa condemned
by the Lnllcd Mates Dull ict Court la florid a. prue
K. C. Utiles pot In claim on behalf of Mr. Laird, It
appearing fromlhe papers that he waa owner, and Mr.
MTlrs having no olher knowledge who th" owners
were. An appeal was taken lo the bupreme Court,
which reversed the Judgment, holding thst the esldrnee
on which the Wren was condemard wsa entirely too
loose and uncertain to warrant the condemnation.
Pending thi se proceedings the Wren had been sold,
and her preccfi. stnounilng to 110,111, were in the
hsndaof the A.siitant Treasurer of the I'nltedMst.s
at New York on the M or Jsnusry, Pa, slier the
vis.. I left Liverpool, she wsa sold by Mr. Laird lo
Charles t. Prh.iean. but st the hsd left thst port
before Ue tale wat male, the entry of It
could not have been made un the regttter.
When the mandate of the Miprcme Court
whlrh directed a rettltntlon to the ilahuant come
doun, the llbe'i ntt In tl it ca.e. whj were owners of
rcvertl vis. i is d-.troyed by Ihe Alabama began a anil
agalntt Mr. lailrd, claiming to hold him retp..iitlblc for
the Uepredstlona of thai vessel, snd an stiacnmenl waa
aued under which the proceeds of the Wren were sl
tscbed ss his property t snd the esse wsa yesterday nn
trlsl before Judge lllstehford, the qceatlnu st l.suo Ik
Ing whether the proceeds of the W'rin were fie property
of Mr. Laird or his veudee.lt being clsliue.1 hy Me-ar.
llenedlct snd Wsrd on the psrl ot ihe libelants that the
di cree of reversal of the Supreme Court operstea to de
Clare and adjudge the proceeds of the Wren to be aub
jec: to the clatmt of the libelants aa his irudllora. Irre
spective ot the o.uratlon whether or not at the time of
such decree he was ihe owner of the steamer W'rtn.
For the garnlt'ieea Mr. T.C. Tdlluckley sndother coun
sel instated thst the vessel being In fset the property of
Mr. l'rttlean, Ihe proceeds were not subject to the st-tachuient.
I-'ree Hrndlnc on Hundnr.
The attendance on Sunday, the 3d Inst,, at the
llesdlng Iloom of theCoopei Union, wiimO between?
sndOl' M the present hours on Sundays. Theeiperl
ment hat thus fir given entire tstltfsctlou to Its
There Is on pecullsrllr sbout the Cooper Union Free
l.lbrs-ythst will Interest .certain clan fcrwhom the
intlilutlon wst dilcny detltuied. It Is already well fur
niihed with tKioka on the practical arts sn I msnufsc
lures. Here the best Ireatltrs on sll the vsrlous trsdrs,
mechanical employments and mauufacturca that em
ploy onr tnouatnal population mar be contnucd.
A Depcrndo Urcaatnred.
Joe Thompson, who escacd from lllackwell's
Itland a fortnight ago by overpowering hla keeper, wot
aceu In fwrnty nflh strret, near First avenue, early
Tcitrrdijr morning, by Detective Tersllllg. r and tinker
(iritnn. Tbeonicera called upon hlmto surrender, st
which he attacked drlrnn, who nrrd upon I. tin, the bill
patting throu.-h thu rim of Thomptou's hat. He wat
(lit cs ecured.
The Llnlit-llninleil I'lolit.
Tho Col, Dolan who was mentioned In The
Hex yetlerdsy ss bring concerned In s reported right In
the Hlitcenth Astenibly District on election day Is not
Mr. John II. Dolan of the District Attorney's oatce. To
thoic who know Mr. Dolaa tali eaplsnstloii It unnecea
sary. but ua the paragraph apparently rellcctrd ou hlui
It glvt-a ua great pleasure to correct It,
The I' il n era I ofWIIIUiii WnrJ.
Mr. William Ward, lato bartenderotMr.Tlios. I
Shells' liquor store, T3 Kast Uroadway, who died sud
denly on Tuesday night from hesrt dltesse, was hurled
yesterday. Patrick Msrtln, who. It Is alleged, ws
besieu and turned out of Mr. bhrllt'a liquor store on
Tuesday morulng, is In very low Hale,
Klllklng lirr llnsbnnd'a Anlngonlsl.
Nakiivim.k, Nov. 8. Near Anderson depot, on
Ihe Na.lmlle sud t'hstlsuoogs llallroad. on (v'cdiiet
day, an sltercstlon occurred between James Kttell snd
s man named elianvr. During the un leo hbatlcr't w Ife
slat.t.eil Kttell with s knife. The wounded man died on
The American Institute I'ulr.
Tho manager of the American Institute ex
hibition, at a meeting Istt evening, decided lo comply
vv ith s request msde by ths exhibitors for tliti roiitinti.
unee ot the 1 sir until tno AHh of November, to compct.
sale for the drswbsck reaultlng from Ihe burtedl.eaie.
Postponement of His (,'rrut Kxhlblilnn.
In ennsequenro of tho cnntlniiod slcknoss of
mos' of the great showmsu's ring hortet, Mr. llarnum
l.at been compelled to poslpouo the opening uf his
uitiumoth combined show for one week, Tho tilck
pony " l'ete " died on Thursdsy night.
Thr Plg-Irou Admlrnl.
WAsiiiNnTOtf. Nov. 8.--l(oar-Ailmlral C.i.o has
gene to Newport to eiperlmeut with a new tor,.. ,1 ,
t sin it the sail e genius who swore at the naval lnve.ll.
gallon last w liner that pig Iron waa ordnsuee If It vv aa
ubaequtmlly worked up Into boats to csrry torpedoes,
O'Conor on Keruna and Dlx.
At the dinner of tho Mercantile Library As
soclstloa 1st! night Chsrles O'Conor proposed ss s
tostl "John A. Jill sud frsnelt K.rnsn, opposed in
t outlet but rqnsl in purity ot oasrsctsr said mutual
oae.tr of candidacy,"
Tjsxxjssaxjt lunxa vr all mam
Meven Stales, Including Texas, Gone far the
Old Farmer-f.rnnl'a majority In Ihe
Htale Over 31,000-Dlx 1,000 Ilehlnd,
Tho lntest returns show that Virginia
has gone for Grant by probably 3,000 majority.
Four anil possibly five Congressmen ore Grant,
and four are Liberals.
Tennessea turns up all right. Dr. Greeley has
turcly carried the Btato by over 10,000 majority.
Arkansas has probably gone for Grant, Ho
turns from half of tho State rive the Ilepubll
cans 2cM0 majority. Tho yoto will bo close. Two
Congressmen aro Itepubllcsn and one Demo
cratic. The return from Louisiana show that tho
Btato ho been carried for (Irocloy, boyotid a
doubt, by a small majority.
Missouri probably give Greeley 30,000 ma
jority. The majority for Greeley In Georgia will not
exceed 9,000. Poven Democrat are elected to
Congress, and one Republican, The other dis
trict aro uncertain.
Alabama has certainly gone for Grant by from
f.OOO to 0,000. Fire Republicans are elected to
Congress. The Legislature Is doubtful, and will
not vary four either way.
To sum up, Dr. Greeley has carried eoven
States, allowing him Texas. Tho elector will
stand "t for Greeley and sa for Grant.
In thl State Grant's majority Is still over
M.OOO, and Dlx Is not much behind. Tho lloptib
llcan aro claiming tho Ulster Congress dis
trict by IS majority, but tho Democrat assert
that Do Witt Is elected by 25 majority. The
matter can only bo settled by tho official return.
The Republicans gain an Assemblyman In tho
Second District of Ulster, James II. Ilrown be
ing elected over Oscar Mulford. Thl make tho
Assembly stand: Itepubllcaiis.pS; Democrat, t3.
The Slnjorltlr In Ihe rtlnlc Tor President aud
Governor br Counties.
,-rsrslDiT.- oov'mosn r-rats'T.'M-.
CvimMri. OrttUy.UrnnX. KtrnaA.Mz. 8fi''. Grant.
Albany OV) . l
Allegany ia ti ml
liroflitir' U 3" Its
Cattaraugus.. nil 5300 ISO
Cayoew... 3IU SU !
Chsutauoos.. mi ISO sl
Chemung SMI iss 3
Chenango.... trw Hit 1W1
Clinton....... 4C4 101 .... SOI
Columbia 603 Ml SOT
Cortland Hit .... It. I'm
Delswsre IMI .... lu tsa
Dutchess. so .... " Til
Krle oral .... SM MM
Kssex 10 .... I 1IM
Krsnklln., 12H .... turn IID
rultoaAllam ao .... IM 6IJ
leno.ee 1IW .... lva) HUT
Oreene... M Wl
Uetktr.rJ " .... i. .... l3 IM
Jenerson.. " .... KG .... 13t 43t
Klinrs... ...... 5IBI ... tUI . . UU1
I-ewli UO .... .1,2 IJi
Livingston lt .... HVJ iJ
Madison So .... Jioj ZM
Monroe WO .... 10 H
Montiromery. .... Sl X I'l
Near York.. .SIM .... 5Co .... eormt
Niagara 10" .... 10"
Onelas. .... .... sin .... tntl tnt
Onoodag SIM .... JJO S.VT
Ontario. liW .... IK) WW
Jlrsnirn,,,,- sn ... w tail
ies.. v.:..:.: u-.t .... I? jiM
lltwego 322 .... J' IW
Otsego 3 ,,,, -0 tJ
l"utnam SO ... tW nt
s.v-,ct0V'-i-' IW IM l"1
f!-iiseTa'J SIM .... SIO) IN
Itlclunond U0 .... 150 TH
Dockland... CO .... 7U) . .. 8J6
I HI. Lawrence. . . Vll .... "Iisl TI7
t-traloga. SAM .... MSI lira
hchenecttdy Ml ... 90 IM
Schoharie.... IAO .... ISO) .... UH
Schuyler SIS .... SO T3t
Seneca SOJ .... I0U .... tt)
surrom isrs .... ir; m
sulllrsn 1S1 to) .... SO
Tlog -Wl .... CM HW
Tompkins HI .... tit 154S
fitter SU .... ro )
Wsrren S" .... so ATI
wsshlugton 'in .... u an
Wayne . . 910 . .. 1J) 1I7
Westchester.. SM . .. 1W .. SJ31
Wyomlug ITil ... IfM ISO
Vste mo .... no .... nn
Tolsl ....5U1M SC7I JIM) W.) tv T3i)
Xajollty Mill) UOJJ
' The Vote for Aldermen.
The following Is tho vote for Aldermen, with
one district iiiUsltig In tho 11rt Akxemblv Dis
trict, four In the Fifth, two In the Seventh, six
In the r.lghth, two In tho Eleventh, one In the
Twelfth, five In the (seventeenth, two lu tb
L'lghtrcitth, and one In the Nineteenth;
OmrfHjr'.. 7V.Mf. C'inrfllfe, Tn'nt.
llrsdlord. Tain I,AQ Kerr. ISep .J.,
Krnirnek.lani 4,. Koeh. liep W.ow
Hilelt. Tsm t.JTT IHIIhics. ltep MvMV
ZImmer. Tsm 1.1 e i.ilsey, Itep Tu.i
K,-ger. Tarn 4s J"0 Morris. Uep rsunt
Ilellly.Tain l.i-l.V. Uep S.tl)
I'lnnkiit, 1am . . . 4.ma Van fehafek, lh p
Arhman, Tain. 4.1-m.; Cooper, liep ly.sisj
lytohi.Tan .V) lluct-r, liep 41.1K1
liohlnton.Taill 41.1) Cowing. IU-p JoU
t.lllon.Tsm 4I.T70 nilendorfir, Kcp.. . !O.I
t'lanagan, Tarn 41jw I'lnekney, liep I1.MI
Solomon, Tain 4S,l lnt, IU-p Il.o"!
McCsrlertyjTam 47 ItJ crecan.Ileo 4S.C.1
McLaren, Tarn IMM Kocliler, Dem SI.1TJ
Lew Is, Dem n.trTU Iierminn, Dem 34.70T
Mehrbaeh. Dera its.iiT Clsntieii, JrC.B.... tl.TU
Joyce, Dem lic.tto llurghsrd, C. S Wftl
M,'nheimer, Dem lllnry. C. H It.in
.lohnes, Dem a).ei9 Kslconer, C. 8 ls.i'."l
Kllrgersld, Dem Jt.stt foi.c. s pvw
Coman, Dem w.vr 1 ulMn. Den
W alth. Dem K.S.B T rtjnor. Ind Fit
tltu.tuian. Hem 21.171 1'etrta. Int
O'llrli-n, Del S lUdde Ind...... 11
Vamc. liep Sll
fVer ffll.ey. S. V. H. OwW.
. . liime. John Falconer.
Joasru A. Moauilati. Vrrr Ktl,r,
f,r,. at Kim fl. John Kellly,
fi. '. a litlH iai. luilien McCacVrtr.
JaAn J. iloritt. Diehard Klanagau.
JitOii r 11 .vsnfcl. Patrick Lytaght.
liennhllcsns, Italic 1 Tammany, romant Apollo n a 11.
small csptj s committee of Seventy.
The I.aleat Itelurns from Westchester.
From a nuefiil canviisi nf WiU'lii'stcr
county tho figures show that Greeley carried the
county by 203. C. Jf . l'otter (Democrat) for Con
gress In the l'.lcventh District, ha l.ftM. Tho
district comprises Westcliestcr, l'titnnm, and
Hockland counties. In the two latter. Totter
lost over Ml), vhlch being taken from tho West
chester majority, leaves not more than WO In tho
district. Herring's (Hep.) majority In tho Klrst
Assembly District IstAi. Dusenberrv (l)cni.) In
tho Second District ha 4? majority. The " ll.ihl
Ijigle " of Westchester, Ja. . Ilusted, goes for
the fifth term from tho Third District, with a
plurality of 5M votes. The Assembly will do
well to make Mr. Huiitil Speaker.
The r.lcctlon In II udson County N. J.
The Hudson County Hoard of Canvasser met
yrttcrdtyst noon at the Court llouie and circled Mat
thew lr In, Chairman, snd Jsmes Madden and t'rtnlt
Wood, Secretaries, The votes csst for Jscoh lleln
har.lt for Shrrlit '' It w aa decided should not he count' d
for Jotm ffelnlisr.il. Thla will prohahlv defeat the
latter and elet an Keuren, Hepiihllcsn, Sheriff. The
bnsrd wss shout to proceed with a recount to ice
whether uuy of the Jshoh Kelmurdt votes hsd t'cen
c Hinted for John llemliardt It was dlxovrrrd thst
returns from one precinct hud not hecn ins.le. As Un
law provld-'s that the retun.a mint hecomplcte.lt waa
uotpot.lhle lo go on, snd the board adjourned until
thl. aftcruoou at I o'clock.
Hound Ad vice from lien, Unv.lcv.
llAHTroitii, Kov. 8. Gen. Iluwloy was ere
nsded lo-nlght. lu responte, he tsld i
"Now, If Ihe ttrpnhllcsnpsrty would fslthfhlir serve
roonding nstlon slid retain lit power, It mutt conduct
lit relatloni with foreign nations upon Ihe highest
principles, collect the revenue csretully, dlthurae It
lioaettly, keep expenditures down to the lowest honor
si Is limit, perfect the hsnklng system, return to specie
piym-ntt, furnlth uniform snd stahls currency,
protect the Aiuerktn cltlien, however humblest home
ss well st si. road i observe w ell the limit hetween State
and nttlonsl suthorlty i deal wisely, flnnly. kindly,
snd Justly wltn the fndlsnsi honor the purity of the
hsllol hoi i scourge hail men out of oUlee snd out of the
councils of the pirty i encourage tho honest elTorli of i
latior to establish heller relslluut with cap.tal i perfect
a reform of the civil service aa well hy higher
lone of sentlme'its ut hy a technical system. Ip short,
he stive to the fael thai thla It the nlueteenih century,
snd thst the party vvhh-h would govern the leading ns
ttxn urn. t hour y w.,i, h for lh- c uitt .nil coining op.
porlunlttrs t. servo Ihe good cautenf ihe world's hit
ler future. It tt taty lo break the Ih-publlcun party
Into warring fragmenta within tti tnoutht. Itlteaty
to retain four-flftha of lis heat clement lu sn orgsulxs.
Hon thst shall govern the count i) for s gi iteration to
come. Let ua stand hy our but ll.ou.hu sud purposes,
parties will theu take care ot tl.cm.ilui.
Dnly lleulcn by Decry.
John Drery and Maurice Daly played a four
hsli Amrrlcsu gtme of I llllard. In Deiry's rotuiit. IS5
Sixth Mteuue, lttt i.laht. 1,2.11 oli-lt being tht gsme
Decry won by lit. in ntv-ii n. I i.u.t were played,
the average being shout II !Ut) s g t tte.t ruu wat M.',
These garas re to L eorttnued every KrlJty even
Ing until the champion match hrtvveeu lilon and Deery,
the Alh last., sud aro play en hy Deery for practice
I Pnper-rihell Well.
At 10 o'clock yesterday morning one of tho
IunAnitl ed hiilldlnga at llarrltou avenue and llewrt
alreet, llrooklyn. fell, burying Michael Swltt. William
lluk-hit. sud bdwerd Lauiaa, The tuea were not seri
at POLITICIAN'S HABY.
A Vonereibl Gentleman and hla Frlend
Holh Married an Tuetltir-A tlemnrkablw
Hlalecieat which Needed Knplanallon,
Correspondence of The Bun.
ConNiNO, N. Y., Nov. 4. I nrrived here
recently and took up my quarter at tho
Dickinson Ifotiso. After I had removed tho
miirks of travel I went down itnlra and strolled
about tho hotel with my clear. Hoon I observed
a tall, venerable gentleman, carefully dressod,
walking up and down, smoking a cigar, and
swinging a cold-headed cane. Leaning against
the clerk' counter was a tall, thin, sallow
faced man, with blonde hair and moustache,
and alio smoking a cigar. Thl gentleman had
already been pointed out to me as Mr. Cole,
a leading politician of tho county,
Hy and by I observed the old gentleman pause
and look at Mr. Cole very closely. Mr, Colo
raised his mild bluo eye, and gazed dreamily at
the ol 1 gentleman. Presently the latter stepped
towa-d Mr. Colo and said In a very courteous
manner, "Hxctiso me, sir, but I think 1'vosoen
"Viry likely." Mr. Col replied, "I've been
"Ha. ha, ha!" laughed the old gentleman.
"Tlia' avorygood. Ilut really I think I've met
you komcwhero or other beforo to-night."
"It Is not Improbable," was Mr. Cole' renlv.
"At all events," he continued, with a twinkle lu
his bluo eyes, "there's no reasou why we
shouldn't know each other now."
"That' so," said the old gentlemen, "and
hero's my hand."
Mr. Cole took the hand very carefully Into his,
worked It up nnd down once or twice, and then
restored It to the old gentleman. This seemed
to Introduce them, and they got to talking. As I
had nothing else to do, I smoked my cigar and
watched them. Presently, after walking up and
down the passage thoy camo and stood o near
to where 1 was that 1 could not but overhear all
"Now, look at me, sir," said the old gentle
man, straightening himself up and putting his
cane under his left arm with a nourish.
.Mr. Colo looked at him as desired.
"How old do you tako me to be, sir? tho
venerable man asked.wlth his head on one side.
"Otertwciity-Ovc," Mr.Cole nnsworcd, after
having apparently considered hltn attentively
for a few moment. , ,
"Over sixty, sir." the old gentleman said, cut
ting It up Into syllables, nnd placing hi light
forednger somewhere on Mr. Colo's waistcoat.
"And what do you think " he added.
Mr, Cole throw himself Into a thoughtful atti
tude, but said nothing. .....
" What do you think, lrf" the venerable man
went on : "1 was married lot Tuesday I
"So was I!" exclaimed Mr. Cole, enthu
Tho venerable gentleman seized Mr. Colo s
hand, and shook it like a small earthquake.
"How remarkablel" l.e went on: "only to
think both married last Tuesday I" And he
kept on squeezing Mr. Colo' hand and thaklns
It with the enorgy of an early friend. Then they
went up to the bar and the old gentleman tood
champagne The old gentleman Invited me as a
stranger to Join them, and after omp hesitation
I did so, especially the old gentleman a d,
eyeing me Intentlv. " Why. I've met you In Phila
delphia at the Continental." Ho brought out of
his Inside pocket the r.f.rlrait of his wife end
showedlt to us. We said It wo lovely, lie stood
more champagne. We talked variously. The
old gentleman explained to me the bond that
united Mr.Cole to himself. " How singular, '
.Id t "both married last Tuesday 1"
Ho sloo.1 clilniplgne for the third time. II
wanted Mr. Cole lo stay all night and talk ou
matrimony and such like. Mr. Colo tflcd to ex
cuse himself, but the old gentleman called for
mora champagne, saying: "Hy Jove, It wasn't
every day you met with such a rcmarknbto co
incidence. Mr. Cole held up his glass of cham
pagne, and, looking at It with approbation, said :
"itit. It wo not."
After a while Mr. Cole said he must go. as his
wife had been up all the last night with the
"The babyl" exclaimed the venerable gentle
man, replacing the half raised glas uf cham
pagne ou the counter w Ith uch force as to break
the stem, and almost choking with surprise;
"the babyl Why you told tno you wero married
"So I was." said Mr. Cole, "and havo been,
for the lat firiocu year."
The eld gentleman gave a gasp, hauled out his
purse, and paid the bill Then ho went through
Hie door like a telegraph post plavlng loco
TUK KXtVK IX C.I Til. 1 1! I X K STll l!KT.
An F.x-Pdllrrinnii Stubbing n l'ellovv Oullnvr
Twice In ii Political Dlpiitc-A C. ".
Deputy Mnrslinl' ('nuuiniiloii.
Ktitly ycslciility inoi nliif.', while John
Keating, an ex-pollc'tuari, wa In Van Dyke's
restaurant, font of Cutharlno eticet. drinking
with l'atsey MrNnmara. alias Mack, nnd somo
others, John Mangin. alia Muggins, of W Cherry
street, entered with some friend. Keating and
MiorgliH hnvo long been deadly enemies. Mug
gin wa an adherent of Tammany Hall, while
Keating was un Apollo Hall man. Apolitical
dispute arose, ending In n sanguinary tight.
Keating stabbed Muggins In the lirenst nud leg,
and lied. Muggins was taken to tho Madl.uii
street police station, where his wounds wero
dressed, and a general alarm was tent out to tho
police to nrrest Keating.
Last night Officer Nralis saw Keating and Mc
Namaraln New llowrry. Ho arrested Keating
and took hltn to the Oak stroet police station,
whence he was sent to the Seventh Ward.
Kr-atiugwaa dismissed from the police forco
for shooting u man. Slneei then ho has been
leading a riotous Jlfo, nud not long ago he
stabbed a man 111 Pearl street with a largo cheeso
Muggins Is the brother of Muggins. Jr., who
was killed a fortnight ngo at a political meeting
nt llnoscvelt and Water etreet bv the falling of
u chimney from the house In which 1'aUey I'ur
rell keep n low den.
Patsey Mack alios McXamara Is a I'nlteil States
Marshal, and was arrested In Oliver street on
election day on charge of attempting to votu on
a fictitious name. Ha has In hi pocket a war
rant for tho arrest ot Muggins for alleged false
Muggins' injuries aro not serious.
A Mnn who llouutit Tobncco for Thrr
Oullhtinie llcu-en was arrested yesterday,
tinder au order from Judge Ksnelu r. charged hy Ilryati,
Wilts &( Oh tobacco dealers at SB Pros I street with
bring gullly of frsul. Mr. llryan's stil lavit siytlhit
In March, 1SS9, lleusens solicited the alt of the above
named Unit to buy tobacco at low ralet, offertngtwo
ilolltrt per hogshead for tiieh service, lie aaM that ho
wat Mt.jilated withe. -aa Veriieyden and others In pur.
c'is-Ing t.-bacto for Italy, France, nnd Spain, and that
their (outraet called for l",tii) hogsheailt of tuhiceo,
liryan, Witts A lu. aecei-ted the ofler made by Mr.
liriiteiia, and cooperated with him In ntirchatlng the
quantity rciulrrili but when Ihe hill fnrbrokerage wss
presented lieiiteut evaaeil payment, with the exci'te
ihat hit partners hsd met w lih lodes and were unable
to meet their obligations.
llrysti, watt & i o sued for Ihe amount, and lteutent
swore that he had no hntlnest connection w ith Verhey
den or the other pertom nt. tied at hit uisjtUte.,
whereupon Mr. Prynn cant -d hit nrrett on charge of
fraud. Callilca llawler and lioutrt II. Arkenburg ue
csme hla turuic fur HV'O.
Murder In nn Knsl Side l-'iirtorr.
On thoir.'d ult. GCorge Schwartz, of 101 Mnnt
rote tv. nuc, V. Illtauitburgh, einplovcd In Kehri Kell
ncr's furniture inanulactory, 111 llocrck Xreet, this
city, wat struck on the hesd with n hsuuner by Jacob
I-'rrilcrleVa, a fellow workman, and knocked senseless,
Fredericks wsa arrested, hut st no serlout rctults were
anticipated he waa rtieatul on ball. A few days ago
Coroner Whllehlll wsa told thst schwsrtx was not like
ly tu lire, snd he directed Dr. Creamer lo ace hlni u I
report hit condition, Vistcrday Dr. Creamer reported
that Schwsrti was dying. Accordingly the Coroner
took hit tm'e-morttm Urpotlttou, and ordered the arrest
Gen. Ilovvnrd la Succeed Gen. .tleade.
Washington, Oct. 8,-It I said by those who
hate consulted Ihe President on the subject thst llrlg.
(iiu, I). O, How srd w ill be promoted lo Ihe major-general.
ship vacated by the di ath of Cen. Meade, and that nil
mediately thereafter llovvsrd will be retired with ihe
full rank of Major-Oeneral. The eminent p.eiy and
sterling houe.ty of lien. Howard, st evidenced in his
adiiiinlitrstlon of the Krceiliuen'. Puresu, deserve
some ieru ou earth eveu If It will uol he tredilcd
Au I nsnrreil liiiiiu v Plot In r-ip ,itn.
M.viium, Nov, 8,-Tho f.'jiofii publlahos a letter
from Cadli, rtportlug the dbroiciy ot conspiracy to
tnauguiate sn Iniurrcctlou among the employees of l.s
Csrrses, the royal docky ml mid si-enal tlttiatel ah. ut
ill unlet f.oin t sdl. Th move ii -i.i ws. of a n-poiii
rlisreir,,nd wat aetltely f..fer. I by II,.' Intiris
llonalt. un I lie ducovery of Ih plot, l.r-e numb, r
of pi rtmu wer-am - d, i I !' . I j . . nil.. M..uld
he inaitr-cc'luii'.it will puk-- is tu. ti r itl rt-1 j carry
out Hie r detlgui.
An Hv-l'ollec I'lipliiln tiresleH.
Ilx-Polko Captain tinirlr W. Malum wat ar
rested lu Jersey lily on Thursday ulght on charge of
having obtained money under false pretences. He hsd,
Ills alleged, preacntcd stone of the Jeney City banks
a check for lliu drawn by Nosh Tsrlor, the Drmocrstlo
noli, Inee lor Congrrti, and wsi told It wss not good.
He thro, II It claimed, went lu groesry store, bought
a barrel ot Hour, aud gave the chiix. la piyiutut, re
caivtng the) dlDercace m uiouey.
LIFE IN THE METROPOLIS,
DA.snns nnnii axd Tirnnn nr ruif
Tho New York C'nndle Trnde-IIowr the Af. t
lirnu Ilclles Dree their Curl.
One of tlio curious things In the trndo of New
York Is Its large export to the cout of Afrlcs, ftoutti
Amerlcs, snd the Writ India Iittnit of soft tallow"
csndles, nied exclusively by negrcssct for the drcttlng
ot their crlipyhtlr, Lsrgequsntltles of then csndle
sre alio shipped to the Southwestern Btstes, snd par.
tlcularly to Loulilan sndTexss. The principal msnu.
factnrcrs engsged In this trsde In New Tork sre tlx
tons of Jsmes ttoyd, snd the sons, nephews, snd xrrsni.
nephews of Dsvld B. Ilrown. The descendsnts of
both of these deeesied etntlemen htve their msnuftes
luring etltbllthinents in various pisccs In Ih cliy. and
their builnets Is slinoit exclusively In this line of tha
Jsmes ttoyd snd Dsvld R. Prown. belter known IS
" fjuskrr" Ilrowr.bf irtn the msnufsetare ol csndlee ss a
hslrdrestlng shout fifty years sgo. Doyd hsd his msnu.
fsrtory In old Crnn street, in therrarof thefsraoos
"Hoofer's Long Ilooin" of the old Sixth Ward llolel,
part of which la still Handing st Centre snd Dusna
The rutting throosh of Cenlro llreet from Petri lo
City Hill Park thlrtr-two yrsrs sgo Involved the
destruction of the old tnsnufsctory, snd necessitated
the removsl nf rtoyil to Krsnklln alreet.
The export from I hie city of tallow rsndles lo be uieq
at s dresslnr for the hair la shoot I.vi;u)boxet snnuvlly,
the hulk of which sre shipped to Cspetown snd other
points on the African cottt, fltvsn, I'orto lllco, Port
su-Prlnce, lllo de Jsnelru, Chill, New Orlctns, snd
tlslveaton. The csndles sre made of pnrc tallow, all '
ritrcneous mstter being eliminated, small quantity of
f tvcerlne being ila wuttt. ulu. ws wleiii
onanlenll Tittle, and are moulded Into the slxei ol
from eight to twenty-four lo the pound.
Severs! sttempts have been made to put them up la
more attractive shspe hy enclosing Ihem In tin loll or
fancy-colored paper, but they were not sppreclslcd, ths
colored belles preferring the plain candle. Thry com
plained that bits of tho tin foil would ret la their hsir.
It wss two much trouble In remove the tin foil or th '
raper. The belle take Infinite csre when prepsrlng I
heir toilets for a ball or party In spplytng thecsndls I
grease to their curly locks, snd buildup sn Immense .
pyramid on their heads, csch hesd of hsir stiffened snd 1
supported by a quarter pound or more of tsllow. They ,
alro lite It sssn emollient for the akin, snd prefer It la
anything elae maniifsctiired for thst purpose, no mstter 1
how much It may he perfumed. 1
Grenl Plrr In H'rst Twcnlr-elxtli Street. I
At 8:15 last night fire was discovered In ths
fouMtory btlck building SI9 and til Wert Twentr-tllth
street, occupied by the Marcher Picture Frsme Minn
fscturlng Company. The fire originated In the engine
room In the basement. The flimes msde such rsold
hesdwsy thst st 6:31) a second slsrin wss sounded. Ad
joining the burning building wcie two Dve-storr
tenements, occupied bynumcrousfsmiRes. These bulla.
Inns wrrest one time threstened, snd there wss rontter
nstlon among the Inmates, who hurriedly removed theli
effects to plsce of safety. The firemen, however, coo ,
fined the fire to the building In whlrh It originated, and !
which, with Ita contents, waa totally deatroyed. The
lost on flock It eitlmsted st la.ov. The dsmsge la
the building, which wss owned by Ihe Msrcher ettste.
It not less thin I13.CW. There was no Intursnce. The
same hDlhllng was burned oa the night of theltthot :
June Istt. !
After the firemen hsd tsken up their engines they
were sgsln cslled lo work. The fire which wis sup- 1
F'Oted tuhave teen extlnmilshed had Irt.lted J. L. Ilsm
Iton'a carpenter shop, sal) West Twenty-seventh street. )
and J.C. Oood.U'a rarrlsge fsctorr. SIS, tame street.
The damage to Hamilton's atoek snd building wat tt;iu. I.
The damae lo stock sud building of csrrlsge fsclorf I
wsstl.m both Iniurrd. I
Another Pollllrnl Assassination. )
At 11 o'clock on Thursday night Thomas Mo
Sherry snd Pstrlek II. Kllllrn met st Pecond avenue t
snd Thirty-eighth ttreet. They w ere old acquaintance. .
Thry begin to talk shout the tste election, bat coaM '
not sgree is to Ihe relative merits of their rrtpecttv
csndldstes. As Ihe dltpute proceeded Ihe men srrew
excited, snd McSherry fired it Kllllrn. The bill struck
his w.kb, took a slanting direction, snd entered th
ibdomen. In shout the time plsce where-Col. Flak wss
shot. Kllllrn wst tsken to his resldence.hut st he grew
worse hit frlendt look him to Ucllevuo Hotpltal. Ills .
bellev ed thst Kllhen will die. ... .
woiuma and hit detectives hsve msae a i
thorou .csrth for tnc - b"B ofl,BBt
MeMirrry ntvnlted policeman In the F.lshleett. J
Wird ihout fourteen months igo. striking him with a )
cleiver. for which offence he w sa imprtaoned one year. j
Kllllen la s carpenter, and thr police represent him to ,
be a hard- orklog man, tud law ibldlog cltlxen.
The llarlrin Court House Inveatlinllon.
The legislative Committee appointed to It-,
quire Into the Harlem Court Home frauds yeatrrdty
returned their investigation. Senator KraitnsC. Dent
diet was sbtcnt. The only wltners examined wis Mr.
lleltto N. Mesde, retired lumlier merchant of Albany. (!
lilt tctltniony corrotiorited the isterllon previously i
made that Ihe lion. Ileorgc II. Bjndford waa employed
hy hlni In K'J ind'iS, snd that he intseqorntly west
lulo the lumber hutlnert In Itome, N. Y., under the firm t
n line of heldea A t-tnaford. Warrant No. CIS wss here I
thown wlincst, ptirporllog to beforlumher furnlthed
f. r Ihe coctltuciion of the Ninth Judicial District I
Court Home, amounting to t),ll.'i. Witness rrcog. t
nixed I ii endorsement us hit own. and slid that he col 1
lecte.l it,- vrsrrtnt In the Mechanics' end Traders' Hank I
of Albanr, nnd Hal he paid the money over to Mr.
r-endl rd. A suhpix-ns wot out for henaior Uenct, but '
he could not be found. '
The Coiniulitloa adjourned until 10 A. M. on Mondsy j
.11 r. Ilrrgh'a New Pbllwniliropy. i
The good Mr. Ilergh has long fought purveyors 1
of w int they rs'i pure country milk, a poisonous com I
poun I which kill- hundred! ot Infants annuslly. Tbs
fl'lhy cow theils snd the poordlicsscdaoddylnganlmals '
Iheieln, from which Ihe Til secretion cslled "pure j
Orsnzc county milk" It ars n, ere lu llltle better con- i
dltlon to day nsn thev ivere in tlx ycart sgo, uotwltb. j
standing ttie active means fee luently used hy the llcreh I
llrisde la srrettlriKand puiuthlngthc proprietors. Mr.
Ilergh it now carni .tly en.-a j i In a movement by ,
which families rettding In New vork indllronklvn msy i
he tupilled with guaranteed pure country milk In caut, t
triled and oecered, t a Utile over the rate now charged 1
per quart for Ihe filthy etnff sold as pure milk. Cans I
containing onr snd two quirts will he delivered dally t
fumtltes. and If required, milk from the aatue can can b !
rntured to the purcbsocr for lufsnu and delicate cull- '
Dlnbollcnl Work In Westchester. '
Yesterday tho Itutlaud oxprcss, conductor, i
Qeo. Keese, who runt over the hew Vork, Harlem snd
Albany Itsilroid un the trsln hkh starts from the ,'
Ursnd Central depot at 10:40, had a very narrow rscspe.
On tharp curve around the brocx river, between Wll.
rsmahridge and tVoodlswn. a crosstie hsd been plsce 1
serosa I In- track. The engineer, Mr, Kd. lluioiihrlet,
cult nut ire the ohtinicliou uulll wlthlu few leet of
It. He whittled down hrskts. pulled the"pstents."
nd leversed his locomotive, hut nohtiman powercould ,
Hop th train before It .truck the He. However tho ,
speed wa.su greatly lettoned thst not s car wis thrown I
from the traca. The train was running it the rate of
thirty-five tulle sn hour. Hsd the rive pattengercart
b-euthrun off they mutt hsve fallen over i high em- ,
bankmeut Into the bronx. superintendent UUsell of- i
fcrs tl.00 reward.
Piitlng Klrctlou Wugera lu New Jersey.
Yesterday afternoon Churlcs Obbcnst of New. '
ark paid sn election bet cn the majority of stsrcusL.
Ward for Cuiigrers ny sswlug half s cord of wood ta 1
front of a hon.e nt Market snd Prosd streets.
.Mr. Kerr or Hiliiaiu alrcel.lnthe same city, having
lost a wager on the gem ml election, paid It by trundling
the winner In a wheelbarrow from tho Court House ti
.Military Park. The pauy wat sccouipislcd by 1 fife
To-darJohn Ilolmeawlil psy i similar bet by wheel
Ing .toiui Csnipbvll one mile throuch the streets ot
A (irewi I'c-ileslrlnn on llic Itond.
A week before election, Deputy SltorHT Hat
vey ScotleM of Wi ttchester county, snd Tom (lllroy ot
Hiricm.het on the re.ult of the Presidential contest, '
Hie agreement being that the loter should wslk from
llsrlc'ii bridge tu Hrldgeport, Conn., and hack. Scofleld
hel on l-rwley. YolerUsv luorLliii.it "o'clock, the
Ih puty -Mierltl tturted on lilt la, k. 1U kicks Ihe beam
at ,U). At '.'P.M. ho had reached Tremont.Sy, miles,
perfectly sober. He tsld thai by 7 P. M. he should ue la
turill.sm.i mile and a half further, where he wouli
stay ill nljut.
The l'ultou .lltirkrt Hlrli-ry. 1
Tho man who was found by Ofllcer Gulon of
the lleekman tlrcil police station on Thursday night, i
lying unconscious in I'ullou Msrket,wlth an sbreslon 1
over tits left eye indicating violence, snd taken to the
Park Hotpltal, died shortly sfKrmldnlghl. Thebody was
yesterday tent to the Morgue and placed ou exhibition,
out at yet noone hat uppeand tu Identify It. In sddl.
ti.m to the articles mentioned In Tim Sun, few cents
snd pair of colored ry e-glsatci were found on his . vir
ion. I.ngrav Hrglunlug lo Stir About.
Writs of habtai cotyui and crrllonirt, return,
iblc lodsy, hsve been Issued la ths cae of Alfrel
Kugeue Lagnre, who It confined lu tho Ludlow street
Jill on civil suits Instituted by merchsnls of this city.
An Indictment hsd been found against him for burglary
In the thirl degree, and und. r II he was arreted bv
Detective Jam.. Mooney In trance, brought to thla
country, ami seised by Ihe eherlff. Ijurave ssystohls
peiltlon that the criminal proceeding wat a mere Itrste
gem to gel hl.il back to tuft country.
A Leipzig Gculli-uuiu'e Gold Wnlch,
llriuto lliickrrt, from Lelizlg, staying at
French's llotil. slarle I out on Tnursdty night to in
New Vork by g . sll.M.t lb-had !2i-) snd a gold watch
fattened to s hesvy gold chain, which rrschrd around
hit neck. About midnight Mr. liuckert hotrded the
rear pisiform ot a Tntrd avenue car near Ursnd street.
Iloinu .loan Chathsm i.iiiare Mr. Iluckrrt was roughly
i tiled lo three nice youug men, who Jumped ott the
car ii fi-w moiueutt altcrvvsrd. The wslcU weul with
Muplclnn of Inceiidlnrlsui.
About three weeks ago, at 8 o'clock lu tha
evening, the dry goodt tloru of Lambert brothers la
White Plaint w at on fire In three placet, The tiorc hsd
been Insured only s few dsys for t!,oci The firm wee
doing s poor trsde. Tnc fire wsa exttugulthed, hut the
atuck waa dettroyed. The Lamb, rlt tied to .New York,
Yetlerday Deputy Hierlff l-'ord arretted Ihem on com-
rlilutol Mr. tttsrdou, the owner uf ths building, tud
acted them up lu the couuty JalL.
Feed and drug stores should all keen Taylor's
Compound for hone snd cattle feed. It Ii I great do
luiud. Llhsrsl dlicount to the trsde, ttta J lur UC.
lor. Tsjljr A Hoa.UUrlilie4t-.4Jr.