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1 MrfflTTllll.--SO. 29S. NEW YORK, TITKSDAV, JULY 4. 1876. PRICE TWO CBKT&i J I
OUR GREATEST FOURTH
A Fation'x TriraDbal Kntraace npoa
Her Second Century.
JOT 111 Ull THE LAND OF THE FREE.
A Milestone in the March of
"TIM nolo of henrte, the union of bands.
The ualoo ot Slat none can Mfi
Tb uatoa of lab, th untoo of land.
Tbs Ih of our Union forrvrl"
With IU oharaotrlttU daub, libm-allty,
gad patrtoWem. BTaw Tok city celebrates th
coaptation of tbe on hundredth rear or the
ttrest Hepubllc. The tmlrnnt who so ter tb
fcarberof New Yoik thl morning mar behold
xieh s soacteele lb world nam ssw. H
will look upon the monarch of America oltles
In br moot slsborats holiday attlra front noun
iarr to boundary. Ihoa Amanraiw wbo war
boro on th noil, ha will dlseovsr, ara not atona
la tMa tha greaU-t of all tba ealabratlona of
tb annlvervsrle of tha natloo'a birth. Tba
Oarroan, tba French, tb Irl.b. Ibe Scotch, the
a,wde, and tba Norwegians, tba Italian, tba
ffasslins, the Cblneae and the Jspsnsse, all
bssrtily Join In inaklnt the day a aar of festivity,
ant aU are glad tbal tba Union la one and un
ffltlslbl. Tb preparation for tba Fourth bar been In
srogre for manr dar. Everybody, rich and
poor, and all who bar suffered through tb ter
rlNe tnanelal pressure of tba put two rear,
through eontmon impulse, bare opened tbelr
one and bant their energte toward making
Ikla a day to be remembered until the
amsrtosn of a century benca tball oelebrat
aaotbar Ilka It. Ihsclty government haa been
liberal In It outlay, and tha publlo edifice bay
been deenrated a tbey were never before deco
rated, bulb Inalde and outside, with flags and
Ikanuara, and many other tasteful derteea. Wa
suet credit our adopted filow-cllltns with
greater tntbulam and higher artistic decora
lira aklll than cur owo. and In the reapecta
tb Qerman tske inn lead lha esai slue,
with Ite thousands of Ihilus'rttuaa eon and
daughter of tba Fatberl.nd, were earlleat
In the Held and tnelr children with tnem
m rveilously made of tbe beenlvee of
what ia annirtluioa railed "Little Oermany,"
streets brlahteued wilh hunting aud lineal,
af rsicana, ana beautiful Dune'. Nowhere lo
the en- la the scene more nhllrratlna to-day
than In the street e uu of ibe Howerv and rnird
f venue. 1 be flan of ail o linn ara displayed.
d rroi.t of tha Filth atiret police atatlon, wblub
waa elegantly adorned, under tne direction of
Cant. McOulloii, h, American and Irlah .gs are
SDlninsd. Krery .ore, no in .tter bow email,
h) dt-oorated, end the families In tne moet
crowded tenement bate spared enough money
lo purr h ae a few 11 mora lithograph of Wesh
tee. or of Franklin, or ol tha Mmteror William,
ar of Bianiarck, or of Von Moltke, or of
erne baroea of tbe lrul n Oovrn
bmiiI, and the ar surrounded by the
flags of Gemiauy and nc-tled in tb fold of
lb ceautiful flag of tne fulled ftatee. lo many
Elate the work of tb Germans la aurprUlngly
lha lower ward!, ao densely Inhabited by
wbole-aouled Irishmen, are not backward In
tbeir d it plat, and their homer and idee of
business will outw rdlr ahow o-dar tbelr tore
for their adopted I nd. I note or tbe wealthy
Irtsn resident oho yei riloe to tbe placeadown
tana where Aral tbey stepped on lee road tn
fortune, have in-uli- their Uutnee ornate with
eoeili bannere. 'I'ne poor epple woman, and
tk' vender of r emits, oranges, and b nan a
h vi stuck pemir fl gs in tnelr bask sis ana
eiei'dv thu adding tb, r mite ion .ird the decu
rati .11 of the 'it v. Tne Iran societies ware
qui a to Aiiii'iuii'' tnelr rtadlness to partlci
pat" in tne ar-itt proreaelon of luat e Ten Ins. and
the lrl-.ii rut. i milieu entered Into lb ai irlt uf
the event hi'ii .ll lii enthusiasm for wolcb
tln'lr r '-a N mi ei. I'.ien In the al'i'n of tbe
Foiirtti ami Mxth "inn. alien- sickle, wretcn
ed he in, i nueiegitta ! nil,abl- riorela. or In
vest i-uiemenis sow hi rapru up ,ifflcietil pen
plu and I'd .u , Iii-.il, utroiatl'Hia.
In iiio whin,, iitv ott:rd4 there waa scarcely
a alum or a d a lloir that r.id in. I hnv ( least
one tl .. hi nail ., yieneu from Irinitr
Coiir. H. atiowi-H fnrth (la II. .t eeeined loahoot
oui liUi- trann.e Ir n ulity ireee. 1'nedrco-
r tun - wern nut an el.itio. .Ue ii'ir ao egpenalr
aau.oae In tne I) wrrt and e'aewnere on trie
eaat aide, und Ihl- I. truo ais of ifie upper and
D Tu wealthy p .rty of ib ultr. In rlith and
H-Uii-oii ar uues, ami in tbe i-piaodij liiit-raect-lua
i-ti et, uiani con I) fliwaaiid aunera swung
la the treae, hut tnere was not so grea an ef
fort at arUatiu effects aa tost exhibited by the
sourer clunaea. Amite Kiilietn street, nd all
Ike a to the H r.em nf r, the iei. pie were
Winking rapiuly aud Ingeniously lu coulnve
aome daooratloo tlii uilwn. re auperlor in gene
ral lnjuty to all that IDelr fellow iKuena cl ieer
to ibe Battery might present to puMlo new.
Ike pilli asiauon 10 irty-uluili strett, CapMln
Houui In oow.i.and, emd uke a nuwer of
aauneia, fl .ga. aud atresniors. In fa'-i. every
bolke aiauou waa b auiQ-a i tie police ofll
er. wbo worked witn a will In their endeavore
acn to outdo ibe woik of ibe officer o( otner
Tn demand for decor tlona and 1-ewnrka
Waa an gieat that loug oef.irj nlgntfall many of
tb larger stores bad eznauated their stock, and
lathe smaller store tne in Ices were doubled
and treuied. Brery street cr. truug, coach . ei
pras wagan, or Vend - r'a c rt termed of nera
Itr to poaaaaa one or more fl ga, n.,d ereryam 11
bj hied blmrrll to bis noiue witn Ire crackers,
torpedo, and rock-is. Nearir every atoie, ex
ceiling tbose In winch fln-work' we e md, waa
eluaed vaeterasy, uU emp.urera and ouipluyeaa
aiij'iyed a bolidav.
In Win foal iXB e the list day of tbe Amer
ican rentuiy was ivlrlir ileil oy ull the eiu
J:orue. ihe dy and night men assembled In a
bodr on tne ui .In Ho t hi tne -tit-moon at tha
relieving bnur, 5 o' .ocU, aud untied In singing
Amerlrsu and utln-r n II in I songs. 'IbeUiimii
Glee rlun al-o euua ; Mr. Harvey laj"r, un old
tand le .drr. plated i vtr.il p trlntic lun a ou
tne cornet, ana Kiilneer Hublnsnn uccum
p.nled toe iborua un tbe tuuaiu of the
strain whlatle of the Post Offloe A Idtd
nuiiiher of ladles watcna i tbe oeinoniHratlona
frjn, me neii.nineg liery. Postm.ater Jauiea
w . callitd li.r, and he inlU the tmpiuirga that
It would alw..ya ue his rule While lu offlue uever
to remove any of I lie ill except for o use. He
Wue lustily cheered. Subarquently several of
tlie n.erks aelind Superiuteudent Ch. rlea For
reater, who n- h en in the a rvice ol the Post
omen half aceiitiirt.and tarried him intrtuuioo
On tnelr sbouluera. Mr. uauinaiin, Mr. Adams,
tud otuers made f.ir her decor.ill'ins to tbo
r 'atmaiiei'a rouu., viuitu was apluturaof pa
Ai 1. olork the offlceraand brokers In the Cus
tom iionavgaiheiLil in ti.e rotonuu. and forming
In line ni arc lied inrouvn tne un.iui divisions,
braup'l by a wan plat ing a Die. 1 In-y Ui,t vis, led
A.-.i jut Co leclor I nn. n, me bn.iuer in-l ,w
of tin- late A. 1. Hiew. rt, who w a ai ingus
Cilu), ur lie briefly addressed ibe ontctiulii
ar. On ihe return ol Hie proceealun lo tne
ritunna, which Has thickly festooned nim
ami limiting, audreas a ere male ov Col.
" II. Ihorp.', Dr. Kurley, and otherv, and the
An ixniui lliee M inera sang the " Filar Hpurmli d
Haulier, ' tue " K d. lille, uUd JllUe," and lUe
"aord of Honker Hill."
ln (..uy H .11 was ueoorited with flags and
aVueida hearing me co u ol arms of too States,
aim over lueportliu were live (oloed fl s that
Wars used at lue luauwuratiou of Waalilnglou,
and a pnluilng .if statesmen, auld lers, clvillana,
ndi lis, and nearnm blessing tVasnliigton und
Ina ooiiipuriots. In the evening the t'lty hall
Wsa illuminated, iv herevrr there waa a l ane of
lass a gas Jt apaikled, and red, while aim
Inn..- ismpa aeia Oni.i .nt on tne roof an j around
tin-cloi Uiwr. 1 lie Inside of tbe P(.t i fflco
" a foreat of II ga. Tnera w s no lllumina
luiii in ioue)o -nee of te small supply of gs.
Jim I u.lon, House and oilier Untied htatea
UuvnrniDeiil it. iiuuiga were decoia ed on tbe
inmde. Ihe jo I r-a-ury wss nut OecnraieU lu
a t m .nner. I'o-Uay B .ua ara to be displayed
lrm tin itslt. uu tue ru ns. Amung ilia in ny
Ivt, fiiiir decorated euifires waie tne Harga
UrLne, the Wi.iiini on Ho el, the Kquill.ie lu
furauoe Ufltoe, ihe Western Union lelegruph
IUffli u, the A-iur House, Frin h's Hnlel. Swee
li s lintel ti, t ,ly IH ,, g re., Hu,,,
llrsnureih H.m.s, u- .ellopalltalll Ibe St.
gii holaa, the i .an-nd m. tne Albemarle, t ie
tutu Avenue, itie II. Small, the Hi. James, and
the Windsor hotel,. u,e urevoort. the I ole
pii,, uu the hluiie,..l,i in.use,, t,,,, Union
league Club, the y .,n. .s,B-, iiiMnwcrauc
liun ,.'"ii, ' ",','.". '. waller's
ti l i l" Manhattan Ulnh, lue Hotrl Biun,ii k,
the NrW yrg ir lusiirancv iiulidma. Lord A
i'of a,(.tlokerlii Hall, the Ur. U J i
"lamwav Hall, the Police (ir . t,m ",
W bapartmeni of Parka, tbs Uarmaoia Savings
aoraiis ,,m, TlSuny't. tha aintt building.
Onrham On., U Boutinier1 and, IMs'.
Jerry Ihoinas'r, Max It idler A (Wa biilliilug,
the Immense est mllshinen a of H. Hldley ft
Son in Orand mast, nd tn furniture ware
rooms nl F. Krutlna In Bait Houston afreet.
Nearly all nf tb places i hove mentioned and
tl...usinda of otheia er lllumln ited with gat,
oandlra, -nd Chin lent rns laat evening.
Qtiv. I lldsnjs residence, on 'he tv.jti Mm i
Oramaaeeay Park, wna handtomelr illuminated.
Candle ware p oed In th window, and tb
oh ndellera In tb front end back parlor war
In full ol za. I he Oovernor hlmlf waa abtenl,
be n on a vl'li to hla brother, wbo I alnk at hit
nsldenoe In New L-oaaon. a)(T(ra f.vlo aaso
cl Hons bearing tnrrhee war dr wnuponth
square and ahuwed tnelr good will by repeated
cheera. Uraminerry Park Hotel, f olng on tn
east side of Hi park and ex ending from Nine
teenth to l went eth stieel, waa billllautly
lighted at every window.
Fmm four to elgnt li tero were suspended
In one hundred windows of the Astor House:
a h rge cluster nf tnem were plaoM oyer tn
Dro iiwiiv entrance, two roas of large lanterns
ntr.-tci.ed on tne Iron eive: over the centre of
thesi row wk a pyramid of laaterna tbirty fet
blah and ten feet wide at ih baa i at tb front
corner of tbe great building were flagstafa
thirty feet high, bearing I interna. T Isdlsolay
was Impo'lng, and tha brllllinryof th Illumi
nation, lighting up the dull gray front of tue
hott -e, and throwing a s ilt hgnt over the tri
angle at tbe end of the Post Ofll.ce, waa like a
palace in a lotna-este-'s dream.
Tn SIi'it$-ZtUung building waa th only news,
paper oflloe iliumin iied. An eleotrlo light waa
mounted on the very Hp of the Western Union
Teiegripb Uomoany'a aplre. It tbrsw It Ibjbt
from river to river.
Among tbe building that war Illuminated
on tn west aid were th West Side Hotel, tb
Hart Houae, Masonic Hall, Booth's Theatre, tb
(Hvenwlcn Club House, tne Ablugdon Club
Houae, and tbe Charl street polios station.
Morna .nla, Melrose, and Mott Haven of tbo
annexed district war not behind the older
part In tb decoration and demonatratloua of
patriotism. Tn old Boston rnao, now ao ex
tension nf Third avenue, and a number of tba
Inwraectln etreeu wr gay wltb bunting, ban
neie, abieida, and laaterna. Tn Herman,
French, and lrlab color were Intermingled with
s; reamers and decoration emnlemetlo of th
Centennial vear. Tb poorer olssaea were more
eoibusiaatlc than their wealthier neighbor,
ib Mornsania police station was decorated
from ridge pule to uaasment, aod the wludowa
war illuminated with canulea, wblcb ebone
thruusb rd, a bite, and blue tissue paper. In
tbe evening a nroceaalon, compoaad of Com
panlaa A, Q, and K, Twenty-seventh Keglment ;
Poet lllden. 9ft, O. A. R ; aeven German slnglug
aocieuea, and tnre aoctetlea of turner, nil
wagons un wblcb were thirteen beautiful girls,
dresMd lo coetumes to raoreaent Ibe tLlrteen
original fHat, under Cant. Henry Helen as
Marsnal, marched tbrougb tb principal trta,
, and afterward were addretaed by local orator
at Third avenue and ltltb atret-
TBl IMUtgng Of TB PABADI.
The proceaaloa waa nearly three-quarter of
an hour late lo atartlng. At S-S6 tn ptaluon of
police debouched Into Third avenue. The brunt
ot ibe procession they core, fur tne squads de
tailed for the purpose of keeping open a
thoroughfare for tue long line proved entirely
inadequate. Ihe oroada bad gathered Into tbe
centre of tne street along tue car tracks, and a
way had to be fairly henn th'ew them.
Ertien'a band followed the police platoon,
and next to it tba aiamounted Independent
I ro..i of C.vstry marched bearing torches.
Baudwlcbed between them and tne Weening
lou Orev troop ul Cavalry, alaodiamounu-d uJ
bearing lurchee. Gen. balar aud bia Assistant
Chief Xarshal and Aide marched. The latter
were attended by a pl.toou ef Highlander aa
an eacuJt ul honor. Brlevdler-ueneraJ Jsmes
M.Varian, comm .ndlug Flmt llivtat n M. O. 8.
N. T. and slasT niarrbed nexu Col. C .v.uaush
uf tbe btx y-nlnth fur tn occasion, com
manding tha inlrd Brigade N. O. 8. N.
Y., and tbe f.ngale etaaT followed tbe
liivlelun commander. The Blity-oloto Lieut.
Lol. Dempaer commanutng, came next,
marching In ilatoont and prcded bv a band,
wblcb alternated tne national air witb l.ith
loeloole. Col. tk-ollaudine Blgbtb Bealmeut
were next in toe line, aoout aVO strong, and
keeping well-dressed platoon front lu (pit uf
to flanking, aegiee.lve crowd, lb 'third
Brigade' fl e closer waa Col. Hudlse's battalion
of tn Third Cavalry bearing torcoea.
Brla.-Oan. Wllnam O. Ward, commanding tb
Tuird Unaad. marched next, acuompanled by
a bril. lent platoon of si f oBV-ers weie next In
tine, ibe iwelfin and Twenty-.econd Begi
menta, agsregatina TOU din, fuliuwed, and afer
tnem tbe gsl.ant Col. Mienccr end MM helmetud
Doiana of tb Filto Hegimeot. Llrut -Col.
Hater a battalion uf oavalry, oearlog torrb,
biouaht up th rear of the biieede.
Ung.-O.n. Tllmar and staff commanding the
Be, und UtUad K.O. t. N. Y man ned next,
folloMed by tbe Mold Hemineo. Col. Hucu
coik U'arcblog in column of fours, i ue famous
b nd was on the lead. Cul. Aud knt and the
Kleveitth Keglmriit, 400 stiong Were next In
line. Brevet Major Keun's Artillery Batal
li ii bearli.g tnrcuvs followed. Anr tnem tne
Cisnlc Lafarette, M-Jor Uunnla commanding,
msrcbin well and attrctiu inucu atteuiton by
their aoldierly betring and sbowy uuifornia.
Col. Phil-n and 'A0 men uf ths fin: It gluicnl
Irian Urig e t ruuiibi up ihe rear of the military
portion i f the pageant. I he Uertuait aoclciles
coj pricing tbe second divtai in of the proci-a-slon
f dlowed the uilntsiy. .Viejor lleorae W.
bauer and aids coin in ndmg. vn.li a n .nd uf
music, marched first, f dluweu by thet.euieiiuUl
Lieuger Heround, wtimn comi-nzed tue New
York I' irn Birelo l.ledeik .ui, Anon, New
York H ngerveretn Ueeltioten, Vaenuerchur,
Anon of Wl II uiisburg ; New York Mai-nnerchur,
New York Hchlller B ind and lue Heme llnnd.
The Ueimana were all torcu bearers, aud be
side ctulied trsnspareniles osnoling tue differ
eui Kocletlea com rhiug tue Vermin I.
the third division nit con posed chlcflr nf
the tirauu Army of the Kenuoiic, itiarchlug lu
ihe ftill'iw lug order, the posts repitseuled luiu
berlug 1.U0U meu acu boys.
Bead of Mosli.
Sa, Joph C. Piackbey. Uarshsl and Aids.
vssi.iugua fJou.meutal Guard,
bumuer Poal, Nu. .'t.
Bi igreu I'o.t, N . 113.
bedaoik Pat, N... It.
Meade Poat, No. M
X. A. Kluibal I'oel, No. tOO.
PtiU Kearuey Post, ho .a
iteac Post. No. at,
Post, ho 5a.
RiksrPost, No at
Baaltus Po.t,Mn go.
E. 1.. Lioru Poal, No 9)
Tb aub rtlvllon of oolored militiamen and
aociellss waa aligned aa follows :
Bead ot Masie.
Col Willi m Biaiaea, Msransl. and Alia
BatleuoB ul 6slJlDur- Uuardi, Major browaa
Meant Ciivar A aoclatloa
flaloo&uisti'a Pro i-ttive Asxirtstlua.
bona of Morgan Ass cisiluii.
Public Wsili-rs' Aaauiisilou.
Sous of llooer.aoo Aaa 1 1 tloa.
Iiunn lloclsi Ass.eiailoa.
L'm u ItCfVoli-Oi A.aoclulioo.
Halirodd Porters' A.a.Kiatt in.
I i lied betieviiiHQ! Aaocisnuu
tlrsliil 1.1'lite.itilil Aa-ori itl iu.
You k Men 1 nrl-llau Aaancislinn.
t tiheu i ii .conieii'a Aaioi isiioo.
Cttut ue auu Puuilc bcii..oi i iiiMrea.
Flrat II t in It- LI. lit aud frutu Atsoclalloa.
Y.'tuig Meu'a livutvolcal Aaaucia.toa.
The sixth and largest of the divisions formed
Its river uf Are In i'wentlet.i street, uvtvr.en
I In i ai sail i Fuuriu avenues, and atuod until It
was ensorbed In tbe ger.oral uceau uf fluue.
Uurtholou.ew Clsrklu was Marshal. Ha said
mere were 7.000 persona In the division, com
piled uf III. n leiubeiancn societies. J'tie Puis
wuro badges if red, wi.l e. an I blue. "We' e
Ainetlo us to ills-til," said the Marsh il. "We
knuw no I'olure but the red, white, and blue,
and no flags but the Hi rs end Htrloss."
F.lbar Malbew 1 . A. B. Sui lely No. b. ne.ded
the line, lulljwed uy toe 1 rsnsflguratlun, til.
list. dels. Mt. Un iget, St. Mirliaeia, m. Anthonys,
M.Joauihs, Horn hi Lsthollc, H ly Innocents.
St AI lioiMiis, at. Paul ihe Apostle tiuild. St.
Pnunk-. Vo .na Men's Society, Nu. L Si. Cu
In m has, M J lUiea Young Mens' Society. Kaloer
M.-it et I'aient, Fattier M it'ievr Branch, No. 1,
JV.iiner Mttnew l . U. I. A. 11, Faitiei Malliew
1. A II . No.il. K nei,ild BeucVoleiii Assoct .linn,
Knwnts ot at Patrick, and St. Patrick's ai. A.
and It A lalton.
.lames Crv. M' in. H Hovd. Pitrli-k Mulllgtn,
Charles Malieti, Jume Mcli .Ire, i.nd Patilek
Oontlwer ..I m to the Mar, hul.
Ail weie In idaui cniities exoept the noly (n
noceots. ritl cnuip.iuv of twenty five grown
youths in white flannel shirts, black pent .lu,,ne,
bl ck ohapeenx. and white la there. Tualr boy
drum Corp- wore Zouave Jackets, red tronsera,
aod red turbana. 'the Cane a of tne luuooenie
were boys In ouou painainuiia and red shirts
and cap, faced with green. 'Ibe spreading
balineis, wltu shields mi l gilt mottoes, t .rnad
by tba aocialla- on ordlnari par ties, were nut
In uae on account of tUeir hulk, and ol fear III. I
tht y woulu be burned oy ton lien or K num. Can
utes. H.. Patrick's Mutual AllUnc and Bon-v
lent Assoi'lailoii, however, repl ced Its binn-r
with a large transparency oearing il name,
with Columbia aud Hie viald of Irelan i on each
aide of the Declaration if Indeiieniience. All
the dltlsion were supiilltd wltb printed c pins
uf lue "Star Hpuugied Banner" aud " H-ll
AMINO TIIK aOlTi.
At half past 9 o'clock the hand at tha head of
the cnlu i n neuan lo plav, the i-ollremen ran
ahead and punned tba surginv crowd hack aioug
Ihs aidew .las, and tue gre.il mass in line turned
down and marcbel luwari Hie Hatlerv. Ih
vie tiliead wna lu unlticciil. Siieam uf llgbl
in ruvti mat In. .holed the Hues of vludone
in lha huusea bl and out un either aide
uf the Mtresl as far aa sight reached.
Above them, irom tb route, thousands of rock
eis deactlbed poetic courses of Are, and the
S' Utida uf r-n ki ts, Human candlea, gun and
pistols llled tbe air. Heluw, upon the streets, a
dmse alio enthusl atlc aaeeuiblage crowded toe
procession into a narrower Un than It at flrat
assumed, and every window ovsrbead wlid
lb number of ctalurs with Its oocupaol.
Th tin novoitr la th way of dnoratlon and 1
lllumlna'lnn waa seen nar RlvbtesnUi etreat,
where each nf th nine window ot a nnrrow I
house waa omered by a picture of arevnl .Hon-
err hero. Teuton) i Hull waa III imin t.-d wl.h
ten lights tn enoh of the many window, end a '
row of flitteilnt a JU along theoornl-e of
th building. At Fourteenth trt and tb
avnu a Unn warahous hond multitude
Of colored lantern! ajid arnund the oorner Tarn
mny Hall and lb Hotel Ltfa.ette. onposlt.
both buildings Ceoorated wltb lanterns and
bunting, nsiped In throw Into the hrlgh.t
pmminnoe a llldsn and Hendricks bannrr.
upon which two lime light were already ablnlng,
A building near Twelfth street, in Third ave
nue, wa fnuiti-d bv grai, clear out trsnspsien
ofe of wll-knwn Americans. Tba building
occupied liv the Cjiumleamners of Cbarltleaand
Onrreptlon w .s eat with bunting and light, and
wnan tbs pmoeaalon reached there an imtnen
a team whistle wa blown, and a huge bell w.g
rung with deafening erect. Cooper Institute
wue enl ae wiin aasllgb . and th contlnunu
row of neer saloons that o ouoy th .el aide of
the Bowery for 'he otxt three block oontluued
tbe blight display.
The Dry li ck Having Bank wa decorated
Mth detlce In gee J U. In addition to th light
In every room and tn ountlng from every win
dow. The Occidental Hotel, opposite which
th nroeewlon turned Into Broom street, w.
profueely embellished nitb tbs flag uf all na-
In Broome street a bright esJolum light faced
tbe procession. It waa utd by tb Keveton
Base Ball Ciub, tbe meaoers f whloO, with a
numerous aeoompaniment of ladi, oruwdad
together upon th awning around Centre Mar-
&et, and viewed the prooeaaion at tboir ft.
roadway, aa tha people lo line saw It, wa
Ilk a ailipp of fatty lend. Tb raw of I in
tern on tb greet hotels, the calcium
HgbU In front of tb theatres, tb rockets,
pistole, hurrahing ol th nupl, and mualo
of lb hnd conulbuitd toward a debt snd
Bound unequalled here in tbe past. At Orae
Church tb bead of the procession rested, leav
ing th centre Just at tb turn of Broom street
and tbe Bowery Ibe chime lo tb obuioh
tower per lad forth with imrtotlo aire, and in
bande were buabed. Union square, when tb
riroceasion leached It, Was ablate witb rockets,
auterns, and Ibe lights In tb window of th
boue surrounding the park.
Unward to the end uf tbe route Ibe acene had
the earoe brilliant cbaraoter, tbe etreeu were
Jammed with eUhtaeers, and tb air wa filled
vtlth light and sound.
Thevnth division was hesded by Marshil
H. Uraeme and aids. Following tbe band
came tbe carpenter' and Joiner associa
tion. Tney bore a profusion of flag and
torch. In tb centre was two-wheeled wagon
elaborately decorated, dr wnbv inamoer of Ibe
association. 'Ihe Carpenters' Union bad a trans
parency at tbalr bead denoting tbe association.
Then came the William l ullen Bry nt Club,
wltb torcbes. Heading Chelsea section No. li
Cadete of Temperance waa a maaulflceut
banner. 'I bay ar in body uf young
men, and bore colored lantern and tore bee.
Following tb Amerego Club was th Ne York
Freeman's Sons Association, and then Modona
Hook and Ladder Company, No. S, West
briiuton. Stolen Island. The truck bad
au Immense pyramid of ronu. flowers
and greens lu the middle, snu the
members wore the historic red shirt and Ire
cap. After tbe book and laduer company
came two hose vouipauiea woo could not
be distinguished. After the Lively Right
coterie came the machinists ami blacksmiths of
New Yurk, the Jourint men Plasterers' trade
society, ami Ilrlckiarers' N lional Union N... i
They nor full ri-galla. .tnd carried o.inuers and
torches, .nd were loudly cheered a the passed
Ihe eighth division was formed mainly of the
Anclnt Order of Hlneriuan. under Marnti il
Pitrlck Hellly and bis aids. They were proba
bly ive tbouaand strong. Certainly nu part of
tba pageant waa more brilliant. Kiery man
bore a flaring light, under which tils regalia
flashed, ltetwesu the twu leading seel inns waa
Engine Nu. a. drawn by the li.wny, red
hlrted fireman, composing a great ring. Ihey
were heartily apblauoetl, especially at Third
aveuueand Ninth sir.-el. There n especially
Patriotic dentlat. wuuae ofBce, ailed wnb t
traollv l.die teemed lo ue a small Vesuvius,
poured a stream ol Br over tbra.
'I b rear of tb of loo procession was brought
up by th Ninth Dlvt'loo composed of tb Wsa I
Bid CenMnnlsl Aeeooiailoo conalatlua of flfty
tb.ee different torietle This division w a c m
manded by Cspt. Henry Bouelder, who marched
wltn a numerous corps of alua at their be-d.
Ao exosUeut band preceded tbe oltlston. At
tue bead of eacb society floated the American
flag, wltn the society's banner. About one
tbouaand torches Illumined this division, aod
many transparencies gave a maanlflcenl effect.
Ibe procession reached tbe atand on Ihe
plaxs In front uf tue Filth Avenue Hotel et 11
u clock. Uta Honor, asaror Wtckbas. Colef
J.isiloe W .lie, toe (Ion. All n Cimpbsll, Aldet
m.n Levtls, Oen. " Haldy " Smith,
Police Coiumisalouer Wheeler, Peter B.
Oitiey, J ckao.i .-. Penults, Willie WsJ
lack. and fnanaver Htuart ere tne
central figures on the stand. Police C ptnins
Learv and Steers and tbelr sqada of ponce n fit
ters had a lertiflc flgnl wuu the tuob tb.it
penUtad tn fining itself in I r li i uf the
gaily decurated pi tfortu. When tne inrcn
beaiera psj-aid the I-if Hi Avenue H lei i lock
the air viae full of rockets, I na hole! and the
neia-htx ring hultdtiigs eiere hrilnar tl tll'iiiiliirft
ed and b ire thuosuiids ot Chinese lantern, and
and many iraii-i-reiitlee. Mr. W it ktiam's s.siui
.rd b rir hum l ft ihe lilu. silkfligof ine
.Mayot's.ffl e. Ill Honor waa much atirprlsrtl at
the lalluie r several ot the regltt eulsl offlcer
and flag carriers lo sal ite when he Was about
to acknowledge ibe s outatl in Colonel Span
cer if ti.e Flf.h ltu Intent graci -usly bowed
and toe tmiut of hla sviord stiuck
i gainst tne cnnble stones. Caul. McDonald, tne
vtoaittiy Califoruian. who reat ned lUls uy a
day or tw i ago from 8m Frsnci.ru with ten
trailed indl..na of tue Mouoc. Warm Springs,
and Comanche tribes, commanded his com
pany, aud wayor Wickham frod'ondl) nuwed to
Ihe Cspt. In. "The liiatana." auul ihe Mayor,
"urn ihe beat soldiers in the pruceaalun The
Bhidiuure tjuards eisre in splendid inarching
order, and bia Honor noted aa a glailug fact
tbal tnecnl-ired s Idlerv and societies treated
btm with tne greatest conrlderatlon.
I hare were at leaai fifty thousand persona In
Union square at midnight. The combined
bunds, numbering cbout 0VJ instruments, began
plauini "Hall, Columbia,'" at X) uituuie to 1
CtJUJIKATt' O trXOTACLK.
Brfor S o'clock group began to asaembls In
Union quar. wnr tb eelebrailou was to
culminate at midnight In one grand outburst of
lilumioatluiia. music, and Artworks. Hundred
of persous hud com In frum tbe aurrouudlug
country to see tbe daxxllug display, and tbey
eiood gaging st tn half IliumlnaUd buildings,
and the shsi elsss conois huusss at tue corners of
tne aqu .ro which were to bloom out Into pic
tures uf lira. A little later and the windows of
toe eoiflies ainund tbe square and of tnose
in tbe slue streets tor blocks awav. were upon
and til lea wub people watting for ib arrival of
the prod-salon and for the signal to llaht up to
be given. As et the lllum-nailon waa only
partial, and the l,rU0 colored lanterus fuiiilabed
by the Hepariuien. uf Parks, swung like so
tu ny scarecrows in tha trees.
tlraduallt ibe uuillltudea in the equara In
creoaed, unll. they occupied a large pari of the
space reserved for tbe pruccaslon. Meanwhile
the procession bad begun tu march, aud ibe
innate of its bands ..nd tne glancing of Us thou
sands of its tort hes aa it piaasil dowu Iblrd
avenue across the streets whlcn Intersect Union
ao,u. re, aud then up Fifth avenue, attracted
lliouns.il jj of peraotia away frum Ibe eoi re.
At a taut lu.au P. M. large platoons of police
inarcii. u across the sqii .re, driving the multi
ttirle befure Itiem up lu the siutips uf surtound
lug houses and into the side streets, which soon
became lmpsaiile from tuc Jammed lu crutad
th t BlleJ tlisin.
Soun lb auund of music was heard ud Fourth
avenue, anil a rush waa made lu thai dlrecuun.
At tbe same tune tne lanterns lu the trt-ea were
lighted, with tetutlfnl effect, aa the coloted
lighta eboue out agultist tlie b-tckgruuntl of
green. i"l the ready aaa Jets in Hie gieai null i
Ihge aruniitl the square w re fired, fnuaing ilie
PulldniK, wiin muting beila of ciluiaon, blue,
aud whl Hgnt Ihe splendid decuiaiiotis
aru uid mid ucr tbe suiiestriuu statu
uf Washington were Illumln .ted, aud the
gluniitlc dark Imr-e and hla tlder looked
na tbuugb tney were In the centra uf
a palace un fire. '1 iff my ft Co.'s great Iron
liuiiuuig HI led llh 1,500 lantrins. tne b'tereit
H.'ii.e seemed on fire with the light ol IMUJO
mure, and tne tuny hotels and sewing machine
pal ces around tne square Tfet glittering from
foiindatloii lo roof wuu colored lights, and the
tliooaands o tl.igs that fairly covered the fronts
uf all these buildings and wavsd abuvu ibelr
roots aided tu tue brilllaot effect ol the Illu
mination. Cheer after chscrrioiu up from the
leua of idouaauos wbu witnessed tut graud
Meantime, the music of tbe bands advancing
down Fourth avenue gtew luuder, and answer
ing cheer cam from Hi crowded sidewalks
along tbe line of inarch. Fireworks oegan tu ba
set off lu i be side streets by euthusitsilc petsnus
wuu could res. r In their patriotism nu lougei.
1 nen ihe head of toe pruceaalun was aeen ap
proaching, lue long lines ol flaring torches,
fl suing and glittering with splendid effect, an J
tne s re ut revolting trasparenuy, representing tbe
national colors, glowing over all. As the pro
cession reached tne aquure, with Its lu.iguincenl
flags fairly PI alini lu lue gush ol colored light
lu.it smote upon them, and the b nua plaving
nat'onal aire, me who.e multitude grow wild
wltb vntliuai am, shunting and awln.lug their
hats. Ibe effect of tue Id so of light ou mo
polished i.ru.s of the military was peculiarly
After marching arnund three sldss of th square
tne great procession was luaaaed at lue uoilbern
eud, mciug tbe plalfoitu on which Hie baud'
snd the singers had taken their place. lnJ
thousand ol torub srianaed In a compacia
suar resembled a veritable aaa of fire.
There was a brief pause and a partial bush of
expectation. Suddenly, at tbe down strnks of
ib midnight bll, tn grat tsn-lnoh gun at
'ort Columbus was firwd, tb signal fur tbs be
ginning of th lubll. Th soke of tb great
rn had hardly begun tn roll ovtr th city be
rlhalrw a tilled with the music I clanging
and chiming nf hundred of bells i th people I
ahouied until th noise aeamed to b echoed ,
bick 'nut in skvs tb roar of the cannons
sounded from llarkm Height end tb belli l
h i si Mornlngtld, whr Knowltun w i
killed, and . tb wool ky blend witb
bursting rnrksu and nails and streams of
Are. I h four wooden shed at tb corners ot
union square Mined to hare become fountains
nf Ire, snouting streams and bubble nf rolored
light Into tn air. Blmultananuslv from all the
windows and sldawslks In th nrlebboraond
shot forth Horn in candle and smsll rockets,
exceeding In besutv the most brilliant dltplayof
msutnrs. A-d loud tnousb to li he ird over all
tbe uln the 800 brass nic on tb grand stand,
under the direction of Allen Hod worth, played,
at ihsy bal never played before, " Hall, Colum
bia." Tb cheering grew more tumultuous verr
moment. There wer mn, womn and chil
dren of all nationalities In that enormous audi
ence. Ommopiillran New York, with her popu
lation gathered from all quarters of the globe,
seemed to have emptied I self lotu this blatln
sq lare, wltb the one tboughi and purpoa of
celebrating th ' rotherhood mat binds all r oet
Into one. The Irishman stood beside th Yan
ks and th Knickerbocker, and the German
waa ahoulderto shoulder with the Frenchman,
end th negro's right to he glad waa not denlod,
and eo ell cheered aod threw up tbelr hat to
gether. " Ood bleat Amelias," aMd white-haired and
withered men, dressed In an old Continental
uniform snd Ismln trembling against a tree,
wbll tb tart trickled down hit furrowed
obeeks. a the music aod tbe cheering rolled
on. "Ob, If my poor old wlf could hsvesasu
this. Bos looked forward to It eo hopefully
but just a month ago an died, and ber last
worua were, " How 1 wanted lo aae lb eudlng
of tbe hundred years."
This jubilee of nolss, muslo. and flr Issted
for many minutes, and wnen It cseaed and tb
cheering of the multitude became husbd, tb
00 singers, who had been training for weeks fur
this supreme moment, began to sing Beetho
ven's greit hymn. " Ihesaaavens ara telllns the
Oloryof Qod." Tbe woa ul tbe hvmn rolled
solemnly smong th tree, and th people wbo
were near enough to honr them kept alienee
until the tinging waa over. Then at a signal
simultaneously st Ihs northwest snd southwest
corners of the square hissed out two allegoric I
repressntatlons. On was tbs " Centennial
Tribute." representing in colors s gigantic A tuer
Ican coal of aims with a fiery picture of Wash
Ington over It, and revolving wing throw.
Ing a bl ga nf light over the whole.
"177, July 4. lOTa." was the glowing legend on
the shield. The other ilerea represented figure
of L bertr and Jostles, wltb Washington agsln
In tb midst, and the words " Liberty and Jus
tice universal." Tbe eiatue of Lincoln atood
close by this plsos of fireworks, and when light
d by th bi as, lu total Uk uf decoration
ssmd strikingly Inappropriate.
Alter tbeee slleeurlcal repressntatlons had
burned themselves nut, tn si gera sang F.
Lichnsr's "Hall the Atlantis." Meanwhile
thecrowda aeeuied to Increaa-. The anace in
tbe rear of the torch-aearera was filled with peo
ple, and tb cheering and bulling multitude,
unable to find room for Itself in tbe square,
flowed bsck lu compact columns luto tbe bruad
After to singing two other l'-nrlcsl pieces
vtre fired, tn one representing the "Itock ot
I. li ertv," and hearing in fleiy letter under a
bust of Washington the words "Libert, for
ever," and the alier picturing th lending of
Ih Pilgrim from Hie Mayflower. Ilieaedls
plivs were patriotically cheered, and then th
g.-ett choir sang" I he Star Sp.ngle.i Haunar."
Tina i niched the chord of patriotism In thou
sands of bieasu. and the multitude began to
Join u the alnaiue, saelllna the sound louder
and liurhi r. uu'ii the suultme words of ilie s ing
rolled grandly above tha noise of exl 'ding fire
works and the murmur nf the thousands who
were beionu ear shot of the choir. I be enthu
siasm grew and spread from rank to rank as lb
a.ngtng proceeded, and wben tbe last verse :
Ob I tnai be it ever, when fr-emsn shall eUDd,
Bets em our love, borne snu the wer's ilea latlen ;
Blessed alto viitury snd iiesce, mar tbe besvea-resensd
Prat a tbe Power tbal aalb rasas sad preserved as a
The ronqeer we most, for oar raase tt is last.
Aa ibis e uar oioito, -i Uoo ia ova Tarsr i"
As tbe eiar-epsBgled baaaer ia triumph snali wave
O', r ike lea of tb tree and tb boms of me brave
died away fmm many tboueand Una, cher
ara that fairly rant tbe heaven witn Ha ono.
Tbn th united band played a medley of pa
trio.lc air, while frum th wooden abed again
bunt forth streams nf brilliant fire, rocsete, and
b i of light, ana all over the broad expanse of
tbe utty ihe ak e as filled with ahoutln and
buiatlna fireaorks I bis olsplav concluded the
opening celebration of tbe Centennial ve.r. as
It bad been arranged liv the Executive Com
mittee, but the people aee.nej to feel that upon
them Individual!! or rolled the dutv t keeping
up the Jubilee, and at intervals nut I daviigut
tbe Snug uf guua au j nreworks cuniiu..ed.
I. est Makl'a ( elebralloo In Brooklva.
fn ll'ooklvn yesterday the City Hall and Court
Hoi.ae were a maze of gay flags. Nearly every
private houae had Its flags out, snd on tbe uuter
walla of msuy were festooned portrait of tleo.
Waebltgton. of Lady Washington, snd of Lin
coln, livery factory, shop, and mercantile house
had bunting flapping In the wind ; Hooicy's
tlp.ri House had a gigantic painted scene of tne
cracked liberty Pell : a Fultun street store had a
fain le lav figure, with a pretty wax face, dressed
a the (lotldess of Liberty.
tin each tower of tbe East river bridge was a
larje, hcniisome flag. President Murphy give
orders u few date aio that the first wire should
be thrown across early yee'erdsy morning, with
l.KTt Saga on It. hut he countermanded li nut uf
respect to the shipowners, who have Instituted
Eroceedlnga tu check lbs cumplelluu uf the
ridge as now projected.
Tall flagataffs were erected on the Brnnklvn
bridge towers, and a I arse Union flag, hoisted In
the centre nfeach tower, waved the stars and
Irlpee in the abadow nf tbe clouds. Smaller
flag wre pi ced it the corners.
In tbe evening the eltv was bright with Illumi
nation. Chinee lanterns twinkled all over the
Iiubllo building. The Academy of Music wa
tabled around tb music balcony over th st:
entrance, and slont tbe street wltb gas Jsis en
closed In a multitude of ground glass globes.
Ths troop of oavalry of tbs Flfih Brig de, the
Four eentb Hegimeni, tb Thirteenth Baglroent,
the Fifteenth Battalion, the Calling B ittery. and
tie Posts of ths Or nd Army of the Rsounlic
formed on the streets south of Union street, and
3 t eight o'clock, wlib theUrand M r Hal. James
ourdan. and hla stiff at their he d, moved off.
As thev marched down Clinton street to Scher
niorhurn the Butcher-' tiuard and uther mount
ed civlcaocletles, the German Ceuteniilal Union,
the Order uf American Mechanics, the Hons of
Washington. St. Patrn k's Mutual Alliance, the
societies uf the Irish Convention, the St. Augus
tine lemrerance Society, th First Ward Cen
tennial Club, the MitiHola Tribe No.Mlrrier of lied
Men, t:.e Sutietv of Bakers, the Arcadian Liter
cry Sucloiv, ibe Alpha Louga of Odd Felluws,
tbe c i rlagea containing the Mstor. members of
ttie Common Council, tbe Supervisors, the city
and i-ounly offit-lala. the officers of tne Centen
nial Union escorted by a troop ot c valrv, and
a large number of private carriages, tell
Into line and marched with the West
ern District procession tnrougn Scher
merborn, Nevlus, and Main street tu
H iisuu place, ttiinugti to Kultou street, tu
Oatrs, to Clint ii. to I, faiette, end to Hertford
avenues. At Bedford avenue, near Minis, the
f rocesslon met the h stern lli-trli t Division of
ha parade, led b Col, II, P.. Hovhr, the Marshal.
In tbls division were a troop uf cniiilry, ilie
1 went v eiKhlh and Thlr t second llegi.neuia,
tba Herman Centeiitil l I'lilon. aeieral mounted
rlvic sucietlea. Ihe Post Herman Mctternlch,
uther posts of the t). A. K.. and other (li-rinan
societies, the Catholic t"mpei.iiii-o Society, and
the Sl, Anthony's Human Csthuiic lie uevuleiii
Society, the Forty-seven b llegliiieut, and nu
mi'roua c rrlages
Tue iwo din Ions then formed in one line of
parade, headed ny it id toon of mounted police,
who were followed by the (hand Mm-I.ai and
siaffandtne venom r-'glment-, societies, and
orgiuiix Hons alri-ady noted in tne p irate
divisions. The Hue of inarch waa through
Mvrlle avenue lo Cumberland street, to n point
opposite Willoughhy sveniie. where the proces
alou waa raviened m Mayor Sciirueder and tne
ell and county officisls. I lie mnrcli was con
tHiuud through tn l.al.tietic avenue, tu Fultuu
aireet, tiiruce to Fort Ureeue P.irk.
In the mean time the members of the Centen
nl I Union. I he Mayor, and the cur and county
officials had g thered abuut lue matu platform
lu frunl of tbe torub uf
TUX PRISON SHIP MARTYR
on ths crsst of Fort Greene. Msyor Schroeder
t ok the seat of the President of the dat, amid
the chuoia nf the apparently endless thrnng
which covered almost all nt the Park. The
hand struck up " Hall Columbia." The Herman
Centennial Union, six hundred strong, sang a
u vinn written by K. II. Cmtienden, and set to
music tiy Jtilios Vevni. Mnvor Scnroedet then
Introduced (len.J. S. Cstlin, the orator of me
day, whu-e speech waa eulnglult) of American
progress. American pa rlolls n and Institutions.
At the close ol i. la address the bauds struck up
" Yankee Doodle."
Aldeiman Fr tide It Fisher read a memorial
relative lu Hie prison snip nuirtyra, who were
burled in the tomb by the platform. Ibe me
morial brieflt tolu the story of how 12.0U0 Coutl
neinal soldiers and sailors had perlaned In the
prts n shlpa uf tbe lliltisn lying In the water uf
the Wallabout. hoar their bodies bad been In
terred on the o ,nk of the WclUbout, and bow,
long tear afleiward. their remains were nana
(erred I J tbe tomb wbere tbey nuw are, repre
senting Ih thirteen origin I Slates. 'Isn larg
boxes In ths enclosure oootalo the bonee of
unknown aoldierst many ar nanxd among
tbera, Including Benjamin Bomaloeind a drum
mer boy. who were honored by spoll inter
ment, rh memorial oid wltb a rtsaamtod-
Hon that a committee of twenty-flve oltltena,
with the Mayor ae ex-ufllrl Chairman, be ao
roloted to rait o martin' memorial fund of
The German Centennial Union Intoned 14 Hall
Atlanila," and Immedlstely after thsf xerclt
a splendid fl g wa hoisted, and th "Btsr Span-
fled Banner" wa sung, all th throng joining lo
ha coorus. Tn fireworks, representing tb
Ooddaas of Llher v sitting on s cloud In th act
of greeting, followed, and a a fin tl 100 gua
were fired. At midnight tb church bell war
Tn procession was obered to th eehn a II
Ranted the r nd st md. It did not reach Cum
erlsnd (treat until quirter paat eleven o'clock.
Ithougb nine o'clock wa Ihe hour nnouood
for tb review. I he march at tb olo was a
quokstsp and aven at this rat It took
tne procession Hire quarters nf ao hour to be
revteeed," 1 litre were over 10.000 person in
tb par id e, hut the military org tnlxation alone
Won tbe applauae of the great throngs. Ihs
management of ths paradsaa spoken ol as
w -ak, while the police erran amens about tb
platform In Fort Oreen were xcrhl.
Fort Greene was peopled a thick aa mn snd
womsn could be compressed. Soma had ben
silting tnsr sine 8 o'clock, sod patiently
waited until IS o'clock, wbsn tb exercises
At tne rear end of th Western Dlstrlot Di
vision war numbet of wagons fancifully deco
rated. 'I ney were led by a wagonload of work
men backing away at huge blocks of frsssmn.
A doten pork wagons, with bogs o In ed on oan
vsss, followsd, with th pnrk of U't fsr abad of
that of no hundred year ago. A eolamn
facd crowd of young men rode In a drag under
the tr .nspsrsncy of the " Wealthy Young Man's
Praying Band," and "Ood is lova." A fancy
steam boiler steamed away lo another wsgon.
Outside nf tbls llttl clump of vbila there
was oothing uoususl In th psrads.
Tbe Fearth la New Jersey.
The line will form on Jersey ronuo,
Jry City, st S o'clock, tbs right retting on
First street. Grand Msrshsl Hart and bis aids
will be mounted, and the officers of the soclstles
will rids In barouches. The first division will
oomorlie the F.mersld Zoutves, the Hibernian
Benevolent Society, St. Michael's T. A. B. So
ciety, and tbe Young Men's St. Joseph T. A. B.
1 he Second Division will be hesded by the St.
Plus I . A. II. Society nt Bast Newark, ibe Woik
Ingiuen'a Protective Union Assuclatloo, sod the
The third and fourth divisions will consist of
tbe fourteen divisions of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians of Hudsou county, and will mutr
about S.U0O men
Tho filth division will Include St. Patrick'
Mutual Alliance of America od th St. Patrick's
Mutual Alliance Benevolent societies.
The procession will be reviewed by Mayor Sold
ier and the Counotl. Fatuer Corrtgan will deliver
the oration, and John Oarrlck will read tb
Declaration nf Independence.
Gov. Hedi will preside In Kepler Hall, where
tbe celebration will be opened at S P. M. Tne
"Stsr Spangled Banner" will be sung or
Madame Mario SalvotH, with a chorus of oos
hundreu tra ued y.il-es, and th Ninth Begi
uient hand will pity national aire.
The Niuin Iteglineni will parade In Hoboken,
atid Alnert Hoffman will re d the Declaration
uf I id -penitence from tne Cltv Hall.
There a III nefourr cea at West Side Park this
afternoon, the Ural a sweepstake, the second a
pacing match, tbe third a running race, .iiid tn
fourth mule race, eacn mule ridden by tbe
uwner uf a competing mine, the prise to be
awarded tu in-one thatcmnes In last; mules
ot uuturtousli oils! haPitstubs uarred nut.
Ihe torcilight procession lu Jersey City last
night waa over a mlie in lengib, and formed on
Jersey avenue shortly al er ten o'clock. Tne
route waa through the principal streets, and
cumprlaeu the Ki.iahts Templar, Hugh oe Payen
Couuuaudery, one hundred strong ; tnree poets
of Ihe Gran, I Aruiyof ineltepiiullc, tbe Knlgute
of Washington, Eureka. Sobriety, and Mouot
Vernon councils ul tbe U. U. A. M., tne Hudaun
County Caleduniaii Club, the Umerald Zouaves,
and varluua civic aaaociatluns lu Ine r.nksof
the Knight Teuinlare was a trlumpnalcar drawn
by eight nuises draped In th nallon.l colore,
aud on peaestal sat a kulgbt clad in tba armor
ol toe Crueaiera of ine eixtevuth century. Fully
fifty thousand persons tnronged tbe stree,.
Firewuraa ware dlaplayeo along th rout.
lb procanion naited on Waaulogtou square
at mldiilgut, wnen tue Hue formed Into a solid
square. Surrounding the new Centennial liberty
pole. Amid ealvue of artillery Ibe slnglug of
tn "Mar Spangled Banner" by tbou
eand uf persons, and tbe blare braes
lusirunieuta, tbe flag waa run up by .uavorbeld
Iwr. 'men tbe belie peeled form, tn kivuuu.
ttve whistles shrieked, tue skv was Illuminated
bv tne glare uf ruckeui and t ic bomu ol colored
bomiaa. and Ibe new cep.ury ul American luue
peuuence was uanered lu.
In llouokeu a feature of tbe pageant was a
slu p. lutl-rtaged, repiesetitiug the famous vessel
Irom which the laxod lea was luruwn lutu Bus
Ion H ruor. Ilie lite i on of Knclne Company
Nu 1, uisguuted aa luuiaiia, tossed overhi.urd
em ply t v a PoX.-s . long luu route, auilj the ap
iroiing iila.ml.s ol i u- lining. It. turning to
t e corner of Fust and W -Minia-ion siieets. the
ship waa poriiej. uuJ the firemen rctiirueil to
Hieir tiousi a and rclr a t-u tneiueelves with
to..tu-ome cnoarui-i sou ap .rkilug cuauipague.
In Newark a ar .nd couieri by the German
elngtug eo icttes of the -tule wa- given at tue
Itih laat evening. I here vtere ASJ tuur.icl.ua
atiuduuvoues. ti.atlons were delivered lu toe
Oertuau ami Knirlish languages. pvtlat ser
vic.s were beiu lu seii'tal t nuicbea. At mid
iiigni a salute uf luu gnus was fired, aud tbe
cininea ot m. 1'alios'a. ot. Marys, and St.
J oin's Catholic mulcts perlonued iialloual
airs. Ai morions', no. hi. and Olenitis- to-day
mere wil: ho aalu ea auu tinging tif cn..rch oella.
Liixauetii u u a vrauu parade yesterday, tne
parucipaiits including lue Fire and Police De
partment, a troop of tavali , coiupautea A aud
t ul tue inlru '. J. . It., tne vulerana uf lue
War, and various societies. A wagon c ntalued
a numner uf young latlles representing tbe
aeveral alales. lue Fuuriu was uabarsd lu uy
bells aud caution.
lue torchlight procession In Elisabeth was tb
mual Imp ariug ever seen lu lual city, ibe city
waa ablaze vtllD lanterns. To procession moved
from tu Cuy Hsil at hall past eight, headed by
Geo. J. tiaulaou Drake, Grand atersual, aod a
brilliant staff. At Third strset tue up-town
division waa Joined by tne Fire Departmeut, th
Tuiru Hegiment, and the civic soclstles, and
after couniannarcDiug halteu lu front of tbe uld
rust PreaoytensuCUurcu lu Broad street, woere
a vast coocourae uf citusus. siugtng sucistt,
and city officials were waiting, Ibe column
faced the church, and thsoclties sang "Amer
ica," Ihe mulll ude Joining. At tb cunclusluu
tbe ben oi me ihunu was rung, and i nut was
tu signal for the oiusia lu the city lu peal furib,
and cheers rent tne air.
The procession waa more than a mile In length.
A nailuiiol salute a til oe fired ai auuri.-e, nuuu,
aud evening iu da),voncludiugniiu a pirotecu
li is tu be feared that the programme for the
Founu Hi I'stersoti may Pe brukeu up ny a dis
pute for tlie leedlug position netweeu li s C-le-dotnan
alio tue rivnch sot tetiee.
All ibe public buildings iu Trenton were
llluiuiuateti last nleut. und iii.inr stores and
resideuues. t ivic aucletles aud Dre companies
paradetl, and the city was cay Willi htiuliiig. A
buiiuied guns will salute ibe e in this morning.
Tnree thousand men will p ratio, and at ten
u't lock the pto eedlliga will tie tipeutd lu the
public square. E. I.t,r-eu ia the orat .r of the
day. 1 lie olsplav uf firework-1 tins evening mil
be trim! li Island in the Delaware.
oodhuri. N. J , will not edentate the Con
touni .1, Ihe i itv t'oti ell having refused an ap
p.opriatiou. Kveti the itrcet lamps will uut be
ligbted, aud the cuy will no in darkueas.
Yesterday's Drmeastriiliou Is Philadelphia.
I'tiu.AiiFi.riii , July ;i. Stt iiUaier have
been tluckiug to the city during the entire day
and evening, tho railroad truths, c.rryluc
treble their usual iiiiiiiPer of passengers. All
tue principal iliumuichf.treB uf the city have
been i rowdetl with strstitiera. Independence
Hall ties iichii the t entrant attraction, and the
crowd there lias beet, so great that It has beau
almost iiiiiossIo1h lor visttots to view wuu any
aaiii-laclinii ine Itevolu luiiar) relics pieaerved
Tnt- Centennial paratle of the Grand Army of
the lteputiiic. wnicii look place this moroiug,
w.ts one of tne most iiupoaing deiuonstr itlotis
s. on here for Home nine, liters were snout
6.UUU men tu lino, incluuinir veteran suldier
from all aeciioue uf tue country, rue posts all
carried the tailored and tui n battle Uses home
by tnem In tne lale war. I lieae were greeted
Willi cheers sll alung the Hue of march.
The attendance at Ilie Centennial Exhibition
to-day w.ut very large. Gov. Hayes visited Hie
gruuuds tins atieriiuuu and w s given e recep
llun at tbe Ohio Sute buildings, which was
largely attended, many prominent perauus frum
OuTo aud other Slates t.eina- preseui.
The taecreiaryabl ol Ibe Treaeary.
WABiuxaroN, July . -So long aa the dlffer
eacea bet wenn toe House soil tbe Henste, concermna
the Apprupristlob bills rciuslo iiosdlualeit, the gues
ttun whether bt-natir Murrtn of tlsitie will ac
ct'iil Ilie porittiiiii of M'crettry if Ihe Iresaitrj
Cslinol he liosltlvely snaeireu. In la console! cu
prohaOle, howevur. that an agreement alii be
riarnvuiiy the c iifert-ute t niiunitiee ou I e l.ealeta
tlvs, Kx.uuilve. ami .lauirial Anproiirisllon
lull next Wt'lnt-adsr. sun trial s prlticip.e
wul ttma oe estslclsiird which will
result In su sgrecnieni sa t. tin nther ntiia. In Hits
evei. I, tlov, Morrill, it is oel eveu, a i.l qualliy as fceo
relari uf lbs Treasury uu ilie aauie day.
Shel in th Eye.
Th twelve-year-old sou of Mr. Cliatinoey
fimltb of Moual Klsee received a prseeut of a plsioi,
and oa 6ouday. while he was taking it tram his socket.
It was discharged, aa Ike ball struck Joseph Ksgaa, a
eokMa-Utrlgtr. Ht wsa avi extestsd w
TBB RvaDMKDTIt KTBTBDAT.
Thank Ood I Thl smiling d two It pooo I
A century bloom her to-davl
Ite hundred yart brio glad Incrtagt.
Bsfore a ostloo's ft to Uy.
Vlung out upon th aumaer air,
Tb flag of atart above u flis,
Tb beoo of o natloa's pryr,
Th stndor of eternl kl
And hooding from thtlr horn sbosr,
Tb patriot sir of potrlot soos
Mat te tb baontr of their lor,
And hear tbe snthem of th ffuat,
Which uthtr In thy dy of birth,
Thy natal dav, O glorious land I
Ood kp the, ord pol of arth,
Wllblo tb Hollow of HI btodl
Not vsloly were thy battle foogbll
On vry hill, In vry glo,
1 o-day w what Ood bath wrought.
And wrote upon th bean of men.
To-day, above tb tru god brave,
Unstained by wrong, untollsd by tetrt,
Th Daaocr of tbo Fr mar wa,
To orown a oatloo't hundred yiart.
That flag tb pitelot father boro.
A oloud by day, by night a flam,
BMII Journtylng ever on before,
Aod followed oy o nation's fam.
A nw-born nation than, but now
Iu birth-pang o'r, its prll patt,
Wltb glory written on It brow,
Aod uolon slrcllo It at last.
O gallant men who fought aod bled,
And deep to-d ty In freedom' soli I
Tbs nation's honored, glorious dsad,
Sweet be your rest from strife and tall I
As looking from your home on high.
Ye eee tbe gift that ye have given,
It aeems st ssob Immortal ey
Grew brighter lo ths light of beavan.
Illustrious shades I to-day return
Thl birthday, dulled wltb no alloy
And here, wbere Freedom'e watch (ret burn,
Hejolo wltb an exceeding Joy I
Tour phantom rank are on aaoh plain.
Tour pbantum 111 sre with u still,
Tour phant im Mute are pltohtd again
Frum Torktown back to Buuker Hill.
Be J nice with us I Upon ths blast
Our flag floats out from ssa to sai
Our land' flrat century I past.
And still It holds a people free.
Far as our wide dominions sweep.
Across our vailsvs and our plains,
No bondmen at their labor ween.
No ear can catch tbe clank of chain.
All men ara free the black and white;
And a tb circling csnlurlss roll.
All mn are equal In HI slijht.
Who colors not a human soul.
Tbls Is our boast, as bare to-day
We sss ths skies abovs us shins,
And psuse, our sicrsd dsbt to pay.
At Freedom's and at Heaven's sbrln.
Thus, as we greet these opening rear.
No double annoy, no rare obtrude
Tb sbadow of no oomlog tear
His as lo cloud our gratitude,
e mtde us fr ; HI band (ball kp,
And firmly through th oyolos holdi
Hs I the Shepherd, w tbs sheep
That H has foldsd lo His fold,
Tbs fold of Freedom I Bright th star
That avr barn cross br aky.
And, eeanred by countl uatile soar.
Make great tbe glory of July.
0 bappv Fourth I eacb heart to-day
Glvss tbj new welcome t the rth
And lo tbe light of Freedom's ray,
Uer.ld anew tb daatnles birth.
To-day century's honors crown
The lend for which our prayer are given,
And ndleaa honora pouring dowu
Shall bleaa It In the sight of heaven I
Bo millions yet unborn shall rise
Tu bail the hour which now we hall.
Its glory sparkbnj lu their eies
Vt l.eu we have pissed beyond tbe val.
Here sh ,11 the Old World's children eeek
And find a shelter for their woes.
And lu these vaiicvs, cheek !ir cheek,
The lion and the lamti rep as.
And He shall lead them, for Ills peso
Forever rests upon the land ;
Tee marvel of Its sure Incre.is
Is but Ibe movement of His band.
Land of our love, God's circling arm
Enfold and gu.rd tbee In thy way,
His blessing shelter tho from barm.
And keep thee glorious a to-day 1
While through t!ie centuries' coming hour
Thy cltira spring, nor ever cease,
Thy blossoms ripen Into flower,
And crown tbee with perpetual pesos I
E. NoeWAB GlMglgoH.
KXPLOSIOS MX BMOOKLTir.
Tbe Bewail ef Carwleeely Throwing a Light.
Mairh-Oa Haa Kilted.
About 8 o'clock last evening somo per
son who bad lighted a cigar in Frederick Some r
rule's cigar store, st 27 Smith street, threw tbe
match Into tome fire wuiks, with wbicb Somer
vlll bad atocked In store temporarily, Tbe
fireworks exploded witb a tremendous noise,
snd Frank Lint, aged It, a clerk In ths slurs, wa
killed, and Frederick Somen ilie, Hie proprietor,
bad hla balr burned off, and hla hunda were
b.idly burned. The flames were soon extinguish
ed. I he glass rasas and windows were shatter I.
and Mr. Somervllle claims that he haa lust abuut
fti.llUO. The Ins un Hie budulng Is $501). Lint's
dead boiiy waa taken from behind the counter
after the fire, and waa scarcely recugnli ole.
The hair waa burned from Ins head, the flesh
bl ckeiied by the powder, and his ciulbea de
stroyed. The police wer unable to discover
who threw the lighted nr'Kli. l.tnt'a frleud
Itv sl Baltic street, corner uf Stiilib.
Bour h ash iito. Topicf.
Where Millions ore Counted bv Thousands
Tbe 'treasury Kxkiblle.
WAsniwoTos, July 2 -An official statement
I sa been urriiar- d ai tin- Treaturj Hrpartmeiit, allow
inn tho n c-i Ipta and disburstlucnta of the Uuverunienl
frum Jaausry 1, ls.ll. to Juue so. in:.'., rx ublting slso
the amount of defaicsiiuns and the rates uf los-iea per
one tticu sod dollira. Tne amount collected during
that p run! trout t uslouia wsa la.imj,ii6,taJ, ai d the
I is e i 444.ai. Trip sn mint rnil. rti-j from ine to
I. rm l ri-iioin- wss s,iawtri.'ta i . aud ine lime.,
1.1 S.'.M W. , nu, cell oe us. aaj,ii7h,4a3, and I ai,
Sl Irll,tt.t4 , ills urattui-nta lor the var Depart incut
.i,H.laMino, snu iiiiwi, 7.iK'.H.IS, Navy iiepsrt
Uient, SSI ttfitl U."il, Slid losses, ft' ST KS7 , lli.ll.n-.
fl4.1U;.W,'il liiasrs. It.lKJ.tUtl lieii.l.iu. :I4:i,3B 7, ,
nssra t.SSJ.CTK nusrelisneouv I1'I6 HPJ.7'Jn. In sr.,
tin.liai.sil7 Post untie iiepartuieui, HkV.lU.aM,
('maslaeleaer Prali and the President.
Washinuton, July S. - Commissioner Pratt
bad s loug lutrrvlew sub the Pre-iili-nt to dsj, itui Ing
which tbe ronvereeltuu rela'cd iirlucloany to tlie rrceol
removal ut Mr Vsrysn sod lo the iodCuci of Hist gra
t.einse daring the time be wsa to ensrge of tbe Secret
Service Division of the Iniernal lteveutte Hureeu. It Is
geaersliy hehevi-u thst tl e I'resldem sud ihe Commis
sioner disaereed aa to ttie propriety of Mr. Ysryu's
rrtnovsl. snd inenda of the t ouimlsetuner aay that it
Wi.uld not be a matter of aurprlae lu them if hie relo
tiiiui with the hur-su sliuuiu souo cesse, Mr Pr I',
however, d e mil suitiorize say sisteuiebt lust be in
tend lu vutiuiisrily resiga.
Three Firemen Injured.
A fire lu the first dory at M llei kman street,
ercuptrd by A. C Downing t o,, deslers In glsss, Isst
nla-tit. rsuaed s lu,s tu Downing A t o. ul It.otai, and tu
Kndieutt A To 11,000. damage to hiiil.ttug. gli.lMJO. Win.
Uuv ol nuck bo. 0 fell down a luiiclieuy and assiu
Juied ItiMuuly. Ilsiuil Kiefe ot No. 7 engine asa
over, unit hy tlie best sud smoke sntl fell Uown one
flight ot slslr . cutting Ills In an slightl) , Wiu. Ittlll) vf
No. IH was seriously cut ou the hauus.
l.oalalana Itepabllcan Nemlnatlone.
Nxw OitLKAN. July 8. The hepunilcan Num
luallug Couventioa bu been proceeding quietly,
snd baa sojourned until Friday, sftsr msklag Ihs
lullowibg nominations: Kor Ooysrnor, Mr. g. b. Past
N i ferUeateaaatOoveruor, Mr. C. V. An loins t for
upcrlatsuesat of rau liaawUwt, Mr. W7a. Brews.
A GREAT SPORTING EVENT. II
jobn MtrnrttT's rreronr oramrMr, U
BAl.Tit AMD TBB BVttAHO, M
Oa HaadrsJ aad Ptflv-etx Mile l Hearg n
47 Mlaetea, awd tu 1-4 ryesjwasle tArmasfaw W
a stasia rtxae aad Adalraafa Placfc.
Mr. Potor Tmoy' opinion that tb well I
knowa rider aad trainer, Johnny Murohy, utd
net boat Feralto't tlm on tb Mexican mustenaa
wat presented uion a cash bssl of gfl 800, and UM
opposite bllr had a Ilk finanolal rtlu lo lb
eyes of Mr. Gab Ca, th Jolly landlord off '
th olub bouse, wtior genial smll and rotuoal
form ara familiar to verrbody wbo drtvag
on th road, Ytrdy wa lxd apo)-
with tb provisions of ' good day and track "-
tot decMlon on tb Fltwood ParkoouPiool
th tceureoy of tb sntagonlstlc Judgmroha,
To bast Paralto and hi mustang with Isots
ro bora, as tb terms of lb raot)
poctfled, Johnny waa required to rid 11
on hundred and flttir-flv mllee lo somstbissl rB
la a second would bo noub tbsn boura, B
M minute aad 10 tonds. Few bllvd thai
h oould do H. Hi record a a rider wa ' I
good. HI. Woodruff mined him. B I
rod Dexttr In tbal famnu trot utidaf H
addle, ovr fashion Courss, In 1:18 1 i, A mart- I
AB Olrl. Hsnry, Lady Dolman. Louis, aad I
other famous trotter hsd been under his oar, I
aod bad reflected uredll upon bis training. H I
wss knowa tea" to tub a a aum tr and I
plucky at a gam cook." Still, tomahow, H
tb Idea wa popularly prevalent that nobody but
a Maxloan or Callfornlsn vaquero could eodur IB
suoh lon-sustlnd and arduous servlos la tb HI
ssddle, end tbe bottom of our Ha tern bora H
was also a matter for very ssrlout doubt. Co a- I
taquently 10 to 6 on time, before th race besrsa, B
waa tb call, sod In many Instances of private B
bate thatditpropurtloo was doubted to Murphy
Hugh Farrlran, Jo. M. Chandler, aod V. Q, ft
O'Heilly ware timekeepers snd Judges, aad A. & ff
Dayton and Col. Hyde associate JuJaree. II m
was Intended thst the race ehoulj b II
lo precisely at twalv o'clock, hut ow-
log to aome unexplained delay, Il wag H
twenty. eight mloutesp.st that tlms whan tho M
word "Go" waa given, and. Ilk a bird let loo, fJ
tb gallant littl ridr darted of lor bl seven X
hour ride, during sll of whlcn bs would bars to S
svrgB 14-10U mile per hour, or l th rat of
a mile every i minute i seconds. t
At tha moment of hla start, th efectlv MO-
tic of tb rough rldr from the Piclflo np H
were brought Into eervlce, nd never was s maa
seconded more ably or witn more unflaggtag
purpose than no wa- bv those gentlemen.
Capt. Mowry and Wm. J urdsn, mounted Oft
mustangs, posted themselves to tbe right and
left in fiont ut tb grand stend. Wnea th -
word wa given, tne former at rted with tho
rider, th flary llttl haCwhlcb he bestrode K
keeping lis place wiin ease lonld. Tn x- I
rliemeut uf tie seeming competition spurred avttl
Murphy's hurst to I s best sndeavor, snd It lu
earnes.ness lu getting out ot the w y wag Ml
ettmul .ted oy a few keen cuts frum tb Bfl
end of a lariat In the captain's hand. nil
In tbls wuy tne two wuuld ride together Im)
until past tbs stailes, sometimes until tho TMi
aecnnd turn, near in end of tne Aral quarter, JJl
Toenoe Mowry would quietly canter naoa to hut mil
post, while Murphy Went un at as furious a naoa I
as ue oould set out of bl hor-e. In additloo to I
thus stimulating lbs burse lo the race, thl so fx I
companying uf tbm had an excellent effect la V I
keeping them from "bolting" toward tn st . I I
ble near tu start nf s ,cb mile, as they aru often K I
apt to do. W ben the rider reverse i tbe dtreotloa M I
In wolob be rode a be could at will tbea If I
Jourdso waa ready on th other etde to gallop I
wnb hla. and ply th lariat end. for nearly aa I
eighth of a mde aaoh time, and whenever h Ml
ued that rsauy means of butr,lng tba h carve TU
th fleet could eeen In responsive lours Mm
Ublnga of ibslr tails and leogtoened, qu.oaet
atride. Murpoy aa , In ail, twenty bona, ol MM
wolch six or seven were really good anlualt,and M
tb o hrlltil i itr ib.n tough, servlowott fJII
boast whl b would have been quite aa uiucn In M
Jiace bef ire a atiert oar na on a race track. Mr, Jf a
obn Bogers, trainer at Fleetwood Perk, with tPI
an ample uorpe uf assistants, saw to basing By
tba ii properly groomed aud in readioo, fog
Murphy's mount.. Ma
In me first nioety-on mtlt Murphy ohang'd BH
hnr.-s forty nine time-, tnu . as whl readily bs Bfl
underaluod, using nearly ail tne snim la fur two, MM
mile he.ila, nut aftei mat p dm until tne end of BH
tne race be cbana-ed at tne end of each mile. It flfl
Waa uoaervable tht up to uu very 1 at mount Bl
Ins movement was agile aud aeeuiinglr fr Fft
fro-n fstluue. llccaxlou .11 v he woulu stir lag Ml
down uu tu . ff side ao ss tu re itb more quickly tl
tbe near side of his relay, ami ef ter abn.it in Li
eight -seveum mile II was beitevotl that tie was li
i rofltlng bv some lilnta efforded by Caul. Mowry I
In tbeir r.mld gallop around the upper turn, I
concerning nis famous siyie uf diaumunilng
anil reuiuunliug i.liuoal wu .uut chicking
speed. Murphy ilil not quite lesoo ,
that point uf excellence, but he certainly uid '
spiendldiy, e.pet t Hy toward the lalli-r pert o
tne rare. Once only a nurse "imlied" low ird .
thesla'les. 'lb it was at the st rt ut tbe ll'ia
mile. The unruly oeast w a q ilckly seixe.i by
Mowry s hand unun th rein, (n eed back upon
tbe track and with a few anarp appliances uf tb ,
lariat rod aeut living on r the courts. I'
Murphy's ne d was frequently sjonged. snd
from time tu urn be w.is given a few moutliluli I
of cold tea, "thrte sw..llows at a time" i.e. ng till
uresciliied allowance. He w..s not fed. HNer en
Jockey cap waa oiteu chaugeu. and after the 74 h
mile he waa taken into ine weighing room,
sponged, rubbed down and Invented wltb a dry ,
auirt. He perspired profuse y. Ai no time did
lie admit to those about him a fee. lug of
falls-ue, nur did bis a. Hons svinoe wear nets, .
although alter tne llStn mil hla fses gave soma
rvl lenoe of the lerrtul strsiu he Wa uuuer.
1 ne following Is an official record of hU tlm I
fur lbs first ten and last ten miles, by mil s : ' !
1st mile. ..tm i ih mile. ZSH imsi m le...aoM I'i
Jd HUM, bib S:l7 ,16gi. . . . jW" f
l. g JW ltltb '.'.J7 1431 Si.TM
ib .s u7in U'OTtajlMlb :a ill
tin .... S.tll ItSib . ... t:IW 14111 X.X1 jfl
'i l!Ss)4l4gtb . . ..'.'.14 .IMlu aUt lifl
?th IdolO giJOtt! J
Owing to some confusion between tbe ehrss rfl
nometerliv which tbe total Hmo was kept snd tb 1
watcbta Irom which the mil announcement i
wro ni toe, there waa here and mere a pet f V
dtffi renee ot a second or two between tne add td 1
totals of Hie miles and tbe lodge's annoiin.es j
ment of tbe same. Taken t,y ten-tulle couuis,
huwever, these were bulletined aa follows;
10 miles.. i4 1A 7o mile S Mi 40 130 miles .A ISiMJ
Wllllli-a . 6' J", anuiller , '.'l,-.. I I'I nine,. C OS if
fm uines .l.lT.miaj ho nillea 4 ill lMa, tin nnlrs tt aS i
touulea I 4 4 tit I' O rnl.e, l:il ls l. o uilles. fl.ti ol '
Ml mile- a o-, 7 1 to nillea 4 M M litl unlet. .0:17.21
80U.Hn 4.J..U7lsl.'UUllle-.0 li 11 I
In tbe stretches following the 74th mile, wbeh '
Murphv rested 7 tuln. 24 sec, the Judges lot
on e time neglected to Include this In t neir sd '
dliion. Interested huraeiiien mav easily Oguri
w'.ure It e tnes In. I'ne oilditlon i f ibe IMib .
ntlie Is uwing tu Murphy's tieieruiinaiiou is f
make a sine tiling of bia victory, and ao I
i tinning i.nothir lor "good measure" af. '.
Irr hla task was really done. IJunug tb
latter part of the nice. Hie excituiuunl bee .in
Intense. Cheer utter cheer rent tho ..Ir as tht ,
rider dashed up to Hie Judge's ataud ol
away, aud men laughed witn deli. I una ;
HI tbey al i oat cried when they thought ol
what a "soft thing'' they bad ou tue i hup, wh 1
backed "lime." At the 141th mue $UU In tb '
o d could onlv get a bid of t2. 1 lie cmwo wa '
wild with comiratulatort Jo) when tlie rat e waf ! 1
uvei audntiulfor .uuiph) beuclll was pl.tuue
b) the sort , i
The Wralbi-r Halee Prediction. ' I I
Woateily to soutllerll H mil-, nuai l slatloaarfl I I
temperature, snd gt iitraiiv 1 1. sr s atn r, 1 I
JUl ll.S u s .1 III I f TU WH
An iinkiinwn wiiman w t- found dead raster,
day st Ml P ut. i aii' 1 1 'ie wss sbutit 6j yrara ol.t. I
H -as Cayaoli of 47 Grand street was run ovel J1
sb.i ktiu-.i hi car tj uf tbe Ursud aireet Hue jcticrlar. I
Itv invitiitlun ot Mesara, Leland tho Veteran fl
of lKu' will slue hi the giu.-tevanl llou-e sl i Uut i
IVIIllum Davidson of 2ol Beat Forty-seventh
street, while worklugiu A. ktauau's brewery (ell coed
Th national flag was tllspl ived from tha.
trur.g otfii-ey.sierasy fur tue flr-t imiu state U a Dig
closed the offli e.
Tbo Nicholas Mtiller Aisorlallun dlsplsy IC
costly Tllileu ami llemirit ka banner lu trout uf their
bt-iidiiusilira st lJOUiirunlchs reot.
Joiin Ullleaple of al Chambers street, who wsa
sci ttentsli) shot nu ttuuilsy Uy vt hhsiii M l i artny uf 4$
I liauiueis street, Uled jeaUrUsy. Mll-rUiy wsa' ST
Jttmes Dcvlne, nged 80. nf Avenue A and
Twelfth aireet, sm rim over by ear la of Ihe t'niss
I iwn I. tie, sci h til . ka st re i rnseu, ycltldsy. 11
uled ou tils sy to Htiievue Hnanitsl.
Wllllsni C ildwell, Aaelats.nl Postmaster under
liaat V F.i Hoi snd Ilea ! i. sud mr tiio" esl
lli itiiy t'n rk of tl r Sitnerl r 1 ourt .lleil suJUeuly OX
HuaUsy in hi, rta.Ueuteai '-'do leu'li an l.ue.
The stenmet Plymouth It i i. hedecked with
i'io n,,'i or all lsiImiis sn. i hr.nuiuiy uiuiiiluated sy
l.oiio llrlrt'lal lauti rtia au.l il ngsl flics. VtuasatH-e
clr. tl. t nf Itit- Ksal sml N. ri'i riiiTH ou ll'e tlhbf Jul
rit-niu., th it her iitai users nisi visw the woutterlut
pyrntetln ic dian uy of He tinetr inolis anu iu-ruunling
p set l 1'n add t Hit eflei U of the occasnio, taV eiutis,
Mill lie bear lis full At stinul II) u'cioes s V.gbt
hsltirisauf roeketa will take place frum tbe decks-
auu bslioobs will be sen! furtn. .
The Nicholas A. Hsggertv Club will eelehrata ;
Ik foartb of July sl aebueuen Park, aixty iblrd sirs f
sag rlrtt svssu Oiysuy'suiastc-Adr.