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DIAZ AND THE MEXICANS.
TUB J'orVLAJl I'ltBHIDBXT OF ovn
A Kemnrknble Tribute of Slope Thna Ilnir
n Million Alltnampha Method. In n
I'rrslitentlnl Iheellnn-Iteeeutlnn Days
nt tilts I'Alnca-Amerlonn Friendship,
llom the SI. -ouli titobe-l'tniocrat.
( "Vho ! jour candidate?" a pnssenjtr asked
ft llltlo clr-! on a train In Texas when tho Presi
dential rjimpnlKn was at Ha lictcht.
"Dint," replied tlio Rlrl.
"Who;" ropea'cd tlie passenirtr, havlmz his
' mlnil occupied w'th Molilnloy anil Hryan, and
not rccncnlzlns tlio nnmo by the quick, child
I lli pronunciation or It.
"Daz, Ula7." answered the little one, with
Slio was tlio daughter of an'Amerlcan rail
road official rosldnnt In the city of Mexico. On
her way homo from sumtuorlns In tho Allo
Khcnlus. she was truo to tho politics of her
This month l'orflrlo Dlar entors upon his
fifth term as President of tho Mexican repub
lic. Whilo the peoplo of tho I'nlted States of
America wcru nbsorlied In their ureal intnd
rcnnlalcontctt, the most of tlicni overlooked tho
fact th.it a Presidential election was tnklnu
placo across tho HI" Grande. This will not
seem so strutiito when It Is cxnlnlned that
many who livo In Mexico do not know when
election das has como and cono. An Ameri
can who docs business In Oaxac.i saldi
j "Sometimes on Sunday we will see nn ofllce
I open, with a little croup about the dpor. In-
side will bo two or tliroa men sitting at a tabic
I with bioks oren before them. If wo inquire
H what Is Kolm; on, wo will bo told that It is an
H election. 1 asked one of tho lo idlnp; mcr
j chants of Onxnca one tiny If he had voted.
H ' ' No,' ho said, ' Business men In Meitco
I don't mix in politic.' "
H Occasionally there Is a contest at the polls.
H In tho more adnncd Ptutis opposing canril-
dates aro voted for. In thu sparsely settled
H regions tho formalities aro dispensed with.
B Those In hleh authority call together the lend
H lnc tnn of the immniinlUes and nl; them ii
they deshe to bo roioriled as lotinc for mi
l and-so. 'll.o answer It. of course. nitlrmntlvc.
In duo time th" returns aro mndo up from
this viva ooo expression, and tut warded to
tho city of .loieo.
President 1 .ir has been reelected unani
mously, unit vv Itho-it the nttency of an elec
toral i ollctfu. Those reformers in tlio I'nlted
States who believe Ii. direct otitic ma bo In
tercstoel na simple a.etcnn ballot cast at
tho lecent election. Tlio peoplo who live at
the capital aio nut disfranchised ns are those
who make WashtiiKton their home. The Fed
eral dt-trlrt of .Mexico is a Mate. The I.'ls
trlc; of Columbia is a political nonentity.
Qho rcJei.it district ha- the finuchise: It also
lias repicscntnllon In Congress.
In the city or .Mexico tho political clubs
fuml'li their own tickets, Tney olion print
thitu on cardboard. Ono of those tickets nl
the recent election tontnlned a'plcturo of Diaz
In his uniform as lioneraL The Inscription,
closely translated from the Spanish, road:
I Voto :
; For resident for Hie period of IS98-1B00 :
- ; For the Ooneral of Division, :
J PON POIlHllll) MA.'- I
J For be Is t le nrst and tue only :
dor, ruor :
I MTho Ims comer ed tie peace, the credit, :
; The fctoo.1 orJer and Hie prosress :
Of my i oaniry, :
; the Kopublloor yieilco. :
It is not exactly accurate to say that Ocn.
Diaz tins been ulected by a direct vote. Whilo
Mexico does not ito throush tho same formal
ity that the I nlted States follows In choosinz
elector, each state has a certain number of
electoral votes. The number, as In tho United
States, corresponds to that of tho Senators
ivrd Unpriseiitnllvesnf tlie Suite In Conttrcss.
The returns uro made by States. Each State, ns
the result of this election, reports to the Fed
eral Government that Its electoral votes will
bo cast for Porllrio Uiaz.
With thoexeitiso of (treat pojver Is often
tour''-'d sraw Ins: unpopularity. At tho begin-.
Din? of bis fifth lerm tho President finds hlni
sclt tho idol of the people in Mexico, ills re
election was a formality. If the question had
been submitted ivlthan attendant ennioalcn,
nnd v. itn the secret ballot. D.az would li.no
been clio-en by an ovcrwhelmlne majority A
few dais aisn there were arranged In the fenc
l:iE loom of the city residence of the President
thlr'y-t rce ure-st albums, confiutnu the
autoru.hs of his admirer. The names writ
ten within numbered SUl.OOO. The Kift was
n nn expression of congratulation. When lc Is
K remembered that tho population of Mexico Is
PI onlj .H.'.rniO.OOO. the representative character
ri of t".ls tribute will be better apprclatcd.
I On his birthday, recently, the President
I Mood In plain titien'a dress. In too lone A n-
f b-is-adors' liall at the National Palace, alid
retcivel tho'e ,ho wished to conicriitulato
him. Durlne several hour he stood, ehaklnu
bauds and repi inc to the cood w ishes uttered
by thou-ands, enibracinir eiry vocation ai.d
class. Some of the pjor took advantage of tho
opportunity to offer ietitions. The President
receUed the papers kindly, and handid them
to an adjutant. nnmiMnir that thr should re
ceive his attention. At one time tlio line was
blocked bv a poor fellow vv ho had a congratu
latory address, ami w bo proceeded ro read
It. The President listened puicntly until
!en. Meni stepped forvnrd nnil sUKfested
to the orator that the nddcs hail Iwtter be
taken for granted in order to save time. &ho
lncon hi' f a' e his disappointment, the voium
nan folded uo his paper nnd offend his hand.
Pread-m D117 ::avo him a cordial crasp,
nmlled pleasantly, and said a few kind vv ords.
Tho cloud lifted. When the hourenmo for
tho closlni; of tlio reception tlio President
asked if there weroan) moro in waiting t3 be
i "Only a few ccons," replied tho ofllcer In
Turnlnu to his prlvtte secretary, tho Presi
dent cave an order. The secretary went to
his room and returned wit li Sl.uOd In bank
bills. 'Distribute this atr.nnz thoo who cave
been lisiipoii.ttd." said the Pp'Sident to tho
odlccr who h id spoken sliirhtltuK of the poor.
Diaz is an In Jinn, (ire it as no hits become,
he bus nover cot, atiove his ntiple. He is ac
cess. bio to thf liumbtcnt. Wh'Mi the railroad
Rvvus built throuclt to Oa ict, and thoIPresl
, dent wont down to ojeti formally the line, tlie
train stopiKvl nt a station not far fiom tlie
tow i up amoiK the Merras from vvhlcu Ilia.
I went forth nearly llfty lean ngn to lluht the
1 battles of his foautry. An old Indian vvo-
J man. with her sou, camodovvn to see the
I "There ho is' There he Is!" cho cried in tho
dialect of the town in sue f.tw ilie Pre'lilont
appear n tho platfurm. lion. Diaz ctiuht
tho familiar worda. lie left tho ctr. went to
itho old woman, and embraced hei. She had
known lilin In hl south. mu' '.lie inouu
, tains livo hundreds of thousinds of incline.
, x Thy miiiKlo Lut little with those who live In
thovallcvs and on tlio pl-.lns. Tin- never
odcnovv'iodL,od Miioiciirsti to tho MuTifHrds,
Thoy Held idle.'lance to the Meir.in (loveru
munt, tiiini'li tiu-y btlil claim i0t to havo
been ronqueicd. I.ele lions Iiom these
powrrf"! trli"s mnku tlieir on foot to tho
city of Muxbo and aro aluiitteil u teo tho
President. (Jen, Uiaz in-vu' fuils to scud
, th"tu away aniH ased if Uh-v havu r. urleinnro
and satilliil If they aio .eMiiir inlorinntioii.
Tlio tait of lMaz Is .u wonderful as his will.
This was lllustn ted when, at tlie outset of his
carter ns Prosidunt, be culled tojethor tuu
ledln bandits ot tho country and oifercd
iheni in iu money to become holdler thnn
tho ttt'iu mnUltii,' Itv roblerj. He moblllwl
foveril Ihousands of thesi- bad Moxhans into
a corps known as tlio riiralc, uavo them a pic
turesqtto uniform and tho best of urine,
mounted them upor. lino horses, nnd put them
on tlio niiuy rolls with linutoiiiiiiin' iuv lor
privates, Tho rurnh'i of Mexico uri today
tlio llnost body of mounted men on tho conti
LA , pent.
1'orelun capital fomet lines rhivcrs wit hnppre-
tension at tht husl'cbUo" ofii Piesldeut othor
i than Uluz. Hut In tho course of nature there
tl must touio kn mid to tlieso micrcuslio terms.
' Tho birthday culebratid with to mueli tuitliii
1 Klasiii In beiitember was tlie llilth. lllu Is stilt
robust. At the opeiiinznf C'nneresH tlio Pies -dent
c.imo In vvlili that nwln'Inu' walk which
was so characteristic oi 1 10 I no tsenalor Plc.mh
' of Kansas. Ho is oirt'ful of liimseif Hoiats
! retfularly. Ho diinks lit le. What Is still
moro marked In a country ot indulgence u to
bacco, tlio .Moxi.'iui President smoke's inrelj -now
and then u cigarette,
1 Fcur o'clock In tho morning ha been for
Kmany jvars the rlslnc limn of Diaz, ThU is
not Looxtr.iordlniiiy In Molio as I wlllsieai
I M Anisi leans. Ilav light comes otriy loi tlio
! Tropio of Cancer. Moxli alts In tho city and
1 oountry aro astir two hours or more eloro
their nclxlibors above tho Itlo (irande. Work
on tho liirins nnd In the mint's lievlns with
1 daylUht. At noon, when tlio sun's rajs omu
H do.m ulmost vertically, a long rest the siesta
H s tu'iuu. Stores elosnlu Iho cities. Fields
H are deserted in tho country. The American
who goes to the (lovonimeiit nllh es to transact
D business between J J and II ill tlio ufternoon
H Is astonished to llntl Iho doois rinsed. Hut at
l 4 P. M. tnos.eond half of tiles .Mexican il.u Is
'd President Ulnz is up at i o'clock In thu morn-
i lng. and out of doors n lllilo later for his
1 liorocliaek ilde. In that he Units his Invor-
f lie cxeicieo. Ho goes ovori uliei" without n
I, body guanl, and often entirely iilouc, In a
I country which has known su many rovolu-
li lions, such liiibuleiice, wlih h niulntiliis it
(' larger standing army Hum lines tho tinned
I Btates. wnlih gnrrihom overs Itv and town of
Important)!, this fearlessness of iho President
Is a m it er of note.
Hotui.iing iroui his ride, den, Dlnz Is sorted
with tuo rcguhiilou first niinl of Mexico, tho
cupalcullee. Alter tliutlm duvoltn no Ii ur
to the nuivspipers, tlie Intel pretvr uoslstiiig
i and CAlling attention lo such tilings as he
I thinks the President may wish to hear. Old-
It is tlio Rrcftt qaro to tlio dotrula
of miinufachirinR of our clothing
thnt lifts mailo us tlio largest tailor
ing housn in this country.
"Vo earnestly rpquest tho roturn
of clothing not satislnctory ! Monoy
Spocial snlo this wook of a very
attntctivo lino of English worstiH.s
nnd ycoich ohoviots. Suit to order,
S1G0O. Trousers, S 1.10.
Our ?18.00 ovoico.its, mndo from
korsoy and chinchilla, satin or
wool linod, aro bittor valuo than
oau bo found nnywhoro.
Samples, Fashion I'.ovlew, and Menurlni Guide
Broadway & 9th St.
clal business cneaces tlio Prosldent as early as
T In tlio morning. Iletwceii noon and !l In
thu afternoon lion. Diaz breakfasts nnd rests
at home. At 4 o'clock begins the Cabinet
mcclttu." or tho ofilclul reception. Iletween
that lioiir and 7 o'clock. Is a busy tlmo rortho
.Mexican Pre'lilent. Then comes dint er,
after which tlio President works ut home, oltcn
as Into ns midnUhl.
Ilurlng tliu ptst year tho routir.o of this
busy Itfo has been broken several tlni-s.
Those having luslness with tho President
h.iv e 'ono to tho palace only to bo told ot post
ponement of the regular reception because Iho
(n'liurnl has been detained nt home b Illness.
Tho o"lniiatloti Is unusual. Tho mm of Iron
Physlnue niul Iron will has had few sick
dais in his long, eventful life. Tho President
has reallred for some lime that old ngo was
creeping mi, and now the peonlo bejin to sco It.
"Tell tl.o geutlemon." President Diaz mid
to his interpreter, while receiving recently a
party of Americans, "that our country is open
to them. They can como and live here, and
wheu they die they will die old."
Tho Americans laughed, and ono of them
"How lone do peoplo livo hero, Mr. Presi
dent?" IJen Diaz ropllcd that TO, TS. DO, 110. and
US vi-nrs were aces not uncommon in Mexico.
"IVeTl como hero to live thon," said the
"Como on: como ono, come all," said tho
President vv Ith he trty emphasis.
Tlio even climate of Mexico Isconducivo
to longevity. lhU dark-skinned man, cor
dial ot manner, tireless in Industry, tactful
and masierful. Is a Uno tjpe of Mexl-an physi
cal development. Twenty-nine jears ago
Porllrio Diaz had obtained sulllciout notional
famo- to make him a candidate for tho Presi
dency. On tlie 8th of Otober. IS'17. he re
ceived 7:i electoral otes inilttst "l."i cast for
lienitn Juarez Ills si rv Ice us President Lo
gin In 1M7U. Tuo Constitution ot Mexico pro
vided that no President could bo his oaii sne
resor. 'I herein It Improved upon the instru
ment which. In many other respects It fol
lowed closely-the Lonstltutirn of tho United
States. Other Mexican Picstdents had tought
to perprtt.ato their administrations when
their hrsi torms had closed and had brought
on revolutions. When Hlaz reached the end
of Ids ilr-t term In 1880, lie hnnded over to
lils sjuccessor, Uonzales, 0 new Mexico. The
four 1 ears which ensued turned back the wheels
of progress, increasts! tro notional debt and
developed tho old spirit of revolution. In 18NI
Mexico demanded Diaz again. In 1888 the
Constitution wns amended to make him elfiblo
to succeed himself. He was elected again
in IMP-, and no he Is u bout entering upon his
Wlitin they rcmomber how tho four v ears of
Gonzales undid much that Diaz bud neenm
Dllshed in his lirt term, tnosc who have the
neace and progress of -Mexico at heart fear tho
day hen ills', gives place to another, ho
long as ho will nctert. the peoplo nil' insist
that ho remain President. Hut Diaz Is moro
patriotic, moro of a statesman, than appears
upon tho surface. For jenrs this wisest of
Mexicans has been looking forward to Ipe day
when tile sountry miistdo without hlni. Thn-o
ho nttributo to him great personal ambi
tion nnd not ling more do him great InJ' slice
For lean ho has lieen slrtlng out nnd bring
ing forward tho best men for hleh poll.lral po
sitions. It is lommon to speak of Diaz as an
autocrat, to say that he dictates the results of
election". This is not true. As one Mexlctn
btato after nnotlicr demonstrates its capacity
for self-government ami .nsscs under tho con
trol nf good local authorltj. the national In
iluoticc is witlnlrivvn. G alnalll l)ln. has cn
.ourageu and developed this ablllt. The llov
crmrs of many of the Mexican "tales are no
longer Gcnersl" In command of nrovincos.
They are men full of the spirit of progress, de
voted to the elevation imtl enlightenment of
their people, stoailfast upholders of the policy
Piesidont DIa7 Is looking forward to tho titno
when he can transfer tho burdens of hit, ofllce
to jounger shoulders and see Me-cb o cou'.inuo
to go forward "t tlio pace ho lint set. A pmt
of the preparation for a future Iruii'iulllity
whlch shall not bo dependent upon one man is
seen in the rcot .nnlzatlon or the army, Olllcers
who havo sho.vn ilie qualification of strb t
discipline have I ecu reuilned and promoted,
Olllcers who might bo brave, hut btc kinx in
tho appreciation and pr.ictlco of discipline,
havo been weeded out. 'the result is seen t -dai
In a condition which the Mexican oOl
dlery never knew liefore. 'I l.o spirit or disci
pline comprehends all ranks. Tho cnunfry is
divided into mllltitry zones. Over each zone
is a commander vviioo lovultj to tuo rrei
dent Is hcjohd question. I nder oacli com
mtnder Is maintained tho strictest oigitnlt
tlou. extending down to those in tlo rank.
'IIih tlmo wi.su hull it 1 evolution usuitlh eiu
liracetl tli rtisulnr troops In that rcclloii of
Mexico where It stii-ted. Tho plan of disil
plino put sued by Diaz has put an end to le
volis within thu nrmv. Appljing the tamo
prlnelp'o In politics, th" I'rcsident lins en--our.ueil
local elf-gnu rnnient. alwnvs ee
Ing to It that those In control aio 'mbutil vvltli
a spirit of lovnitv to the Federal authority.
Assured of tills, the President leaves to tho
Mates the conduct of their iiolitics nnd Inter
Perliap 'Mexico has not yet reached tho
stage wjtero she can get on without tho guid
ing hand of Diaz, but she Is very ninr toll.
None will rejoice moro than tho President to
fo '1 that tlio good order and progress of the
coiintr uro not dependent upon n single per
sonality. Tlis .Mexican Constitution, like the Ameri
can Constitution, rcciulies tho I'roslilent lo
remain within the jurisdiction ot his country
diiriuir his teim of utile e. Tho Mexican Con
stitiition. hewi'ver, can lo mom quickly
itineudi d to meet cimigencles. Desiring lo
omonni-'i) Mex'cn to lean less uron him, lieu,
I). a, has to eoiilitnpbltloii such n I'lwuito its
a i 11 permit him to wltlidintv griiduiillv from
nlllelnl life. It nind oicnsion no surprise If,
before the now term has progressed far, the
Muxlcan Constitution Is uuierded temporarily
in such n manner i-s to penult iho selection of a
provisional 1'refl.lenl while Gen. Din', takes
l.s departiiro from the com trv for a long rest,
in the form of a visit to the United .SlMosiuid
Kurnpo und perhaps u journey around tlio
Tho plan Is a matter of unlet discussion In
Government Irsles Thern Is already pe-u-l'ttlon
as to who shall succeed. Two Hlronx
pel tonalities have been mentioned, under
oltlur of vvhli Ii .Mexico would know 110 buck
wiril movement, oi.e Is Jo6 Ivi s l.nuiiu
tour, thepreeont Minister of Flliauce, whose
nlilu mansgeini'iit of .Mexico's debt has elicit
ed the admiration of the world. The other is
(ien, Trevino, who bus Jusi b'lllt a inaginll
1 cut homo in Monterey and wiio is n great
favollto Willi Ameilcaiis. (ien, lievlno Is
known on tlio border ns "the la'herof the In
ternational baby." This Intc 1 national bnhy
Is little llleroi lino Trevino. His inoiher Is tho
daughter of Gen ' U, C. Old, United btates
Armi, Into Commander of tho Department of
'lexits. When the International btbv was
1 hilstencd, Piesldeut Diaz stood us godfather
and Mrs. Dluz its godmother to him.
A 1110: ultb 11 History.
ItocKi. imi, N. V Nov, H. Clinton Stewart
of this town has a illlo with a history. It Is
more than 150 years old, The bnrrcl Is four
feet long and is what might ho called a twenty
three guugc. It vvns originally a Hint lock, but
after It came In possession of its present o per
wasuhaiiited to a percussion cap anil it new
stock added, 'Iho rifle did food service at tlio
battle of Ticonderoga In 177.1, and in 18 14 was
In the thickest of the light u the many battles
in the vicinity, of Lake ( hamplaln, It Is not so
good ot short range as long dletances, anil It Is
stld that nnibliig can Kami against it at tho
distance of a mile. Mi. Mewart claims that
this anc'ciit sun litis kllm 1 uioru than r t housund
WANTED; CHOIIUS GIRLS.
DOTT.B HOT A. 11U1JIE1 lA'D XIIV
VOht,aii (lOl tIJM,
OlMteen orttie llel, AVho Hay They Vnlct
lllm OlO Apiece tar Tltchts, t'onfront
Xflm nt toe el(ntlon-Mome from the
Country Two Jlieiiuhlers ol nClergymnn
For the past throo months William Doyle of
004 Sixth avenue has boen advertising for
chorus girls to tako out on tlio road In two the
ntrlcal companies which ho mid ho vva form
Inc. Ills advertisements were printed In city
nnd country papers In all parts of tho State,
nnd offered good pay and steady employ ment
to all the young women w ho could meet his re
quirements. Doylo received hundreds ot appli
cations from elrls and women, white and black.
In all parts of tho State, Now Jersey, and Con
necticut. To each applicant ho sent n lettor di
recting her to call nt Ids "ofllce," a bedroom In
tho house on Sixth avenue. Mntiyot them went
there and upon his demand, the-y say, allowed
themselves to bo measured for costumes.
Doylohad snmplos of tights In his room and
undertook, thoy eny, to furnish costumes. At
tho conclusion Doyle Invariably engaged them,
and chnrged each SU' for irglslratlon on tlio
books of the company and S10 fur a pair of
tights. Doyle promised to buy the tights him
self anil deliver Ihem to the girls nt the first re
hearsal. ovcral dates were fixed for this re
hearsal, but in every ease Doyle and a friend
nnmed Williams postponed U on sonio oxcii"0.
Finally, when many girls hnil been engage 1.
and ticoumo so lmportuiinto over thu delay in
starting tlio companies, Doylo announced that
tho season would begin next week, mid told
them all to bo at thu hall at 4'.'S Eighth av entio
last night for rehearsal. They wore to bo there
at M o'clock, and ut that hour there were
neatly 100 girls, some of theiu negressc,
crowdeil Into the hall. Dnyludlel not appe'iir.
ami as new repind of women kepl arriving
during tho evening some of Iho wonld-hu
chorus girls hrramo auspicious. Iliry wint 10
the mining! r of the hnil.anil letrued that ho
liiid no know ledge of either Ilnvleeir Williams,
ami h id not been paid for the hall.
Filially at 10 o'clock sixteen of tho girls con
suited tlio manager of the hail ngnlo, and, act
ing oil his ml vice, thoy went to the West Thirty -seventh
etieet uollto station and told dipt.
Schtnilthcrger about Dnv le
C.ipt. cliiullthericer tod them that ho had
noticed tho Dovlo udveillreiueiit In tho
pallets and had tiled to find out "onieihing
about the man several weeks ago. lie b.ie'
been unahlu to get any trace of him,
and hail about glun up hopes uf doing so,
lie Mild, but when the sixteen, most of wliom
wero In tears, appealed lo him lie stmt Iloti'C
llve Peffutdtniid K'-ir out to look for the man.
'1 ho detectives lotind I1I111 011 I'lghth nveiuie,
near the null. With him was illluin F. Cur
ts, who eald he was Doj le's 1 lerk,
Itoth were uriusted and taken to the station
house, where lluy were idonwllid 1V all tlio
young women. 1'hey wero lor kc I up tor lite
nlght.aud will be tirrnie.ird in the ,leIIer-on
Market Police Court ttiis morning.
The-onro the complainants. I'enrl l.ovell of
liltlll Ilushvvlik avenue, llrookly n; Kitty llnno
liueatid l.lzlo Mcl.ulreof U.IU Vt si 1 orly-lhirel
stteet, who citiue fiom New iitircli In answer to
Doyle's advertisement; the two Pleii-unt l-t is
of Wo West 1 ifiy-fouith street, w l.o the police
ay are daughters of a t olored ileruvmiti: ltlla
Howard of '.Ml Seventh iivcnm : nmiea ltny
monel of ,1'I'J West I oily seventh street:
!si0sy Powell, 111 Wot Sixtieth treet;
Mitmlo Wnrm-r and Ida Poith of ll.'ls
Fifth street, i.izle S.diultz of li.. I a t Fourth
street. Ho-le Mnlth of in Last fruurth eireet.
F.mma Posnerof 848 Kleveiith uveiiue. Annie
I.e-ler. .IIIH Cuote street, ler-iy Lllv: Annlu
lingers of y.'P N,orth Ninth sireet. ltrooklyn;
Mamie Hobcrts of U.1S Fast Flfih street.
Kiploelon Set n Coal Mine on 1'Irr.
Siiamokin. Pa.. Knv. 14. A blast that ex
ploded in the counter gangway. No. 10, Ncll'on
mine, this evening, ignited tlie coal, and a seri
ous tiro is now in progress. Minn Inspector
IJrennan nnd other experienced men aro lend
ing aid In oreler to extinguish tho lire, which
may neres-lutlc- the Uneitliiig of Ilie mine.
At the stall ot tin- outbreak i.ll th" miners
nnd mules were ho.sted to the stir. ice. Tim
Ilio races In thu .nuo vein vv l..ch wasonfiro
three years mo, ten nun at mat tlmo being
smotliered 10 death. J. I.ungdon A- Co. of Fl
mlra aro the owners
Telecrapll Hervlce oa the Ncvr Ilnven.
New Have. Conn.. Nov. 11. Vice-President
Mellcn of the New York. Now II even and Hart
ford road said to-day that tho company's con
trol of telegraph offices now operated by the
Western Union Telegraph Company nppliod
only to points where the telegraph company's
offices nre loraled In railway stations. I h rail
road company will Innuuurate tlio new sysieui
about Dec. 15. About 300 telegraph employees
Olcd nt the Age or l-O.
nopKiN8vit.i.E, Ky.. Nov. 14. -Henry Mlank
Inthop, tho oldest ruin In Kentucky, dleil at his
home near Fairv lew last night of a complication
of diseases, aged l'-'O years. Ho was boru in
Virslnla In 1770. and unvid to Kentucky and
married years before tile war of 1S1.'. Ho was
the fattier of fifteen children, eleven ot whom
are still living.
Fight (Iter the Irish Sly.
Arthur Hoddy, a contractor, of 71 Hast 111th
Btrect, was locked up in the Fast 101th street
station late last night for 03aultlng Henry
Ueitles, another contractor, who lives at 11
Hushing nveiuie. Astoria. Tho two wuj-e stand,
log with ti number of friend" at ll'.'th street
anel Flub avenue, and thu ptrty Acre discuss,
lng tlio lvo-y trial. l!eah , who Is nn l.nglisli
man, look the pan of Jones the spy. lleddy
struck lie alis in tlio face.
llrynn to Go on n lluaflac Trip.
St. Louis, Nov. 14. -W. J. Dry an will nrrlvo
here Monday morning nnd will tart tho follow,
lng evening with it party for Taney county. In
southwest Missouri, where two weeks will bo
spent In hunting. IleMdes tho cx-Prcshlentlnl
candidate Ilie party wll include Gov, W. ,1.
Stonn of Mir-otiil, Senator ,1. K. Jones of ,r
kniisas. Congressman I). J. ( aiiipiiu of Michi
gan. M 1. Wtliuoro uf hi. Louis, and other
I.llttnn lEuascll lireultH llovvD.
Nr.w OitiEiNs, Nov. II,-Lillian llusscll
broke down here to day and was tiunhlo to sing
to.nlcht. Her toinp tnv presented the " nn rl
eau lleauty " w 1ll10.1l Lei. Shi' has inucelliil
her elates for a week, bill specialists who lnvo
been called 111 sty Hint with lest she will be
aide to niiig in Chicago in n week.
tsriime In the Hotel Iiiipcrhtl Cnf.'.
Julius Kaufman. wlno agent, nnd a book
maker named Slav 111 got Into a light In the c.if6
of the Imperial Holed at 1 o'cloc k this moinlng
ami turui I, nt one h en he r w Ith their c inns,
'lliey were husileil out I11I0 Iho street, whnro
they resiiiui'd hiitilltles ami utrriid them on
until frle lids iliterfeied.
West 14 Sf.
mot H.RK J
WHEN THE SNOW FLIES,
you will ho sorry you did not buy
your citrpots i-arliur. No ncml to
delay your choico now with this
offer beloro you :
Bcs! Five Frame Body Brussels,
at 80 cts. per yard.
Wo contniototl for them when
wool pnct'8 were down, conse
quently tliiH roumi'kab y low price.
An old mlrti'o but it truo nn' "A
penny sincd is it penny earned."
In this case, it id n cjueBtioii of
saving dollar.-i not ponnioa.
CASH ok OUmT
104, 10G and 108 West 14'.hSt.
BrooMyn Stores: r'lalbushAv.nearFullonSL
Ttere is SlrtBngfSi mi DmMi k TEiis Ireifisf f 1
At Every Stage of Life Where Renewed Nervous Energy, Pure Blood, Freedom from Pain, and -(
Normal Conditions Are Despaired of, Paine's Celery Compound Is the One Remedy That fl
Will Really Make You Well! S
The first women In tlio land have Kood reason to rocommend to every sufTorer I'alne's celery "perry, tipt. W. V. Smith of tlio l. H. Untanlcsl I)epi"lment, Hlon Mnlikv, Col, Littler ot H
. , thol hlciBii I'roiluce Kkclmntje. the Ili'V. Dr. .Meek, I'resldont Hiwlev.llin (le irjo I,. 1'letcher. 'H
compoiinii. .,,,., , ....,, e..Miniier I'raticls-lhe pulillt will n-'iell senresot otli"isof eiunl proiimic! ice- '
Iho proprietors of I'nlnos celery compound aro not 'patent medicine mo:i. Altlioutth It has happened that within tlio pist vi'nr voluiiltrv testlmoiil tls have lieou con- ?H
They e lulin not ono wlilt liinro for this vvonileiful icmedy tlinti it will iccnmpllsh. Mntitlv n-ci-Heel ftom huiiilredsof such people, men and women who need no Introduction to any 1
Thoyr,'s,tto.,osc.,en '" IVnZlT H
vcrtUlm: that can ho prulltnhlo in the end: Hint Is thu recoinnictulnilons that u'n hv lette r or word mill ,,,,,, ,,, ,,, ,,', ,, ,, , i,llt , poml UM ..llm,'s ,,,,,. p,,,,,,,,,,,',,,) ., Vlnttilt 'in the 'lH
of mouth from thoo whom I'liine's celery couiimillid has hcnellted, to puiTcrliiu friends, relatives army or people whoei lull- of aciiialt laueps Is II 'nlted tn their I lunrdl etc ni'lul.h ir, the o il It t(l
andncUhhois. ll,eproprle,o,sof,hlsren.uly.,avo,-iven out for puhllcatlou tlio vohintarytes. !tftW H
tlmonlals of urnteftll women and men. who owe their health to i'alne's celery compound, they phjuoiiitis, 1'iof. rd.vnrd i:. I'helps. M. II.. 1,1,. 1) it. ..inuncna iH
never chance a w liter's words or exairiii rate a pel son's impurtaiiee; the neve f lilacnrd a plain lleillsi ove red it letiiodi Hint could ho p'lt within tho reach of th" poor ns well ns tho rich, a ;l
citizen with lilies; tin y nevi r i nil a slmplo cine a iinriiele, reniedj ti it lins revolutlotneil in n few- years tlie item-rat prnulii'o of inilli Inn, iH
I'alne's celerv conipoittnl l-i to iliv llio least aelve-rl seel of nnv pioiiiincnt reineily. and yet Its 1 ntll this dicolery thole was no c urn for the many ills thai oinii -u'Ter women worn liM
ontiiults I i- triia'e-i thnn Iheni i'l. 1'ho de iiiniid for IMIim's cell I v eoliipoum! Is sie adlly, elally nerimis s.siem, for one- reason and another. Is Impaired, vv lios.- life- Is a bunion en arc intuf what Ifll
irrovvlm: while tin- -nh's of every one nl tlio in tfully but dishonestly ne'vertlsed "patent iiu-di- are ordlnatilv tel meil " feiiiiilo iillmciils." Jl
lines" uri) last droppitiu'ol". ,, , ,.,,,, , ,, 'I hi-pains anil ne his whudi our innlhers theiuchl tueyiiiut eudiiro now vanish entirely under H
MthoiiL'li vvit'iin n Vi n r the most iistimlslilns niimher of people Inhli.'h society, men who hold tho curative, he tltli-ulvlni; Intluentoof rnliie- s celerv compound. I.II.m nntlilm: else, it fives tie it '"1
ntiMlo nllh is of uri ut linpoitnni c. Ilie wivcsof nio-t dlstltiituMic d e Iti7i-n, such tn onions, for In- vlemr, new Hie-, new streiitttli. It in ileos iiervous, itllint: vvniiieii well nnd cheerful II dispels ''"1
stance Mrs senium- Unity. .Ml- llr. I'ltrkhurht, i:ilahith Citily Stanton, I'miKressmi'ii Urnnl, sin plessiiess: hc-iidnclii-s ell-iippear. l'almi s cell rv e oniimiinl iniil.es II utiueri-s.iry fen- w onion, nt -il
Pnni-is Vllhc" Hell. Mrs t", s.. senntoi- iirreii, tho itre it I'ri-shy ie-i -an leudi-r, Ilev. rhtiles I, any stiimi of lite, to sutler from those terlous Ills that allllci so iiian.. And I'al-io's eetury com- 'M
Thunipsiiii 1) Il of New Yen l, .Ma (.en. Illrin-y, Conuresi-maii Mutedl h of Vuitliil i, .Mis. II. II. nouinl not meielv relieves but permnnciitlv cuies. -'.H
iiini iisii iniiirTTn
i-ii.iciii.ii, ix fiin: t ri.
Hnnrnn unit Hi-( tlmis- Hnlil tn tte Eilrrml,
imtlnc the 5 lino About MtlltitU.
Mil.niini. l'n. Nov. 1 1. -Hunters In I'ilco
county cnmi lain of the ser.iclty of c.une In rcr
tnlti sections whero In years koiio hv It was
vcryaliundant. und thoy itltrlhute the scire itv
to pout her. It Is truo that lare u ms of Dlids
havo hem captured l-i the pii-ent season, nnd
these le ul to Hie stories that k.nne is pie nllful.
"IhK however, is lint tho ease." stld tlio
veteran Kiilde and hunter, t'h..rky Motl, of this
lorotich "Nine out of every ten of Iho sup-
posed l.irito him of birds uro the results of fioui
100 to (100 snares. iovcrlii'tho e-'ioicesl liuntliii:
itrounds for a radius of tlv t- mil' s or u.oru from '
thulinme, or temporary sloppini: plate, of iho
poacher. Tlio slupnie nts to New York city
usu-illy represent tliu fruits of the- tot irons of I
two oi tuori-iir Iho I itehers. nnd mo the rosull
ot from four elayu to o:.i wn-l.of vvurk with thu
ile nl y dev l-'e. . , , '
"Duo wul, n.'ii a siilcier of birds was seen I
trnvilluiir In the woods not wit i dnj mil iriin
but with a tvvo-bul el f-ick fifiineii ovei hli
tumble r nnd cllrn-unt: his e-oiiis, tnwnrel iho
creiunds iliiilnliw yi-.tis nn i w,-re tue most
fatuous to In- found at win re 1"" tlnit imhlo
liiul. tin- lulled ciini-i'. v. hat manner of eove-r
or Kruiiiid" piodiictlvenf bmls e in lo iy: 'tntid
Mie Ii wanton mil llh-i; il dt s-.i ut ti -n null eo'f
tinuo lo cive- pie isiire to tin sjior'sm m '
"luriiiinv yi trs," eouil.itit 1 Mi Molt. 'I
found ere it pie asm and lino -pmi I'lootlni on
the itrociuis n fit -nl to. but the wonileiful
Mitic.ty of birds in I ue and the ell Miiory us lo
the cause-of hiss an ll have ltd me ami -polt-liiK
f rieiids to ah union tho section is n shootlni;
Mi. Mnttls of tiinoiilnlnn that lr meeures nro
not taken -noil to pre te---i yciiiiu; House fiom Hie
sumuii-r woolcock shuoteis ninl in tirei.k up iho
mierket'iu of Miami birds Krouse will In -virtually
extinct III I'lh-ecouiity In Iho near future.
CKTX TUB SB. I III) At: I) A I It I TXB.
Tlie Ernii KjnUle-vte 1'r.ectlc tllv Seetirctt
I'ossessloei of the Itt-isel.
nvi.TIMottl'. Nov. 1J.-Nt-ot' ttions for the
transfer of tuo Seaboard Air lino to tho New
Yoric sy ndlcale, headed by .Mr. 'Ihomas 1 Ityan.
were praillcally completed to-day
Mr. Ityan cunt' to town this mnrninz v.ilh a
certified check for tho full amount of tlio pur
chase money, nnd accompanied by ills at
torney, Mr. inihu Hoot. .Mr. 15-. an first
closed tho petition on tlio minority Dubl
in cs, about 'J.TH0 shares, reprc-cnted by
Gen. John Hill, l'resldi-nt of the .Mcrctntllo
Trust nnd Drpuslt Company, und that I tock was
transferred to him. He tneii an not. need his
readiness to take the majority lioltllncs held n
tuo tonne pool rci're stilted by Mi-sis I. mis
.Mrl.niit! of l!alttmo-e. Mnncuie I'.obln.on of
I'hiUdciphli an I I,, M. W alts of i'nrt-'poutli,
Vn.wnuh nl-o IniliiiUd thu Interests of Presi
dent I!. I ur7on llotliniin.
Alsjut h,.i(l'l shiirt an Included In this pool,
and the ivrvi"i.i"it was tint wbelieur the
holdcrn of ilirii'.fnii-ths ot il.u i-toek ncietd to
tart with it, that the entire ho d.n.' was to co
ir. a hliM k.
Mr. Mi I.ano .had secured the consent of
tin- holders of (l.nuo -hares to the i-ale.
but was unable In -eo tlo reiiinlinlit;
linldcrs be-tau-o of h - e'iforcid lelistncn
from the city lie en-sued to unto ibe
c on-! nt of the- lenitinint: i-win-rs to 11 e twuisur
nnd n-l.e -1 an extension of lime until 'I nii-d ey
for ttiai purpose. Mi Ityan i.ttrewl to this niitl
returned to New York lu-iintlit. Il wl.l como
to litltimnie! on I in - 1 iv with the purcnase
money. a..d the ileal will th-n bo finished.
ji.i.ixois i r.Miirn n s ix t.ixi:.
The National f.trtv t' Coiillnne IlsOrBim
1 iliou III 'I hut -slate,
Cincvc'o, Nov. 11 Too cnutivinnco of the
National Deiiiot ratio pi-ty's eiritnnl ttie-ii In
Illinois was unanimously ib-eldcil iipnit to-diiy
ai nn enthuslitslle c it f n nee utteiideil by most
of the meinbcriof i In- statu Central Committee,
those wiio were cindld.iti's on the State tie ket,
ami Ii ilf aliuniiiti! other prenilni ut cold Dem
ocrats, represent mi; a score of cities throucliuut
'Iheileiisloii took the form of an nddrcs to
the lltmocr.ts or Illinois, ilet! iriin; thit thu
National Demnrr ith pirtvls the only Ili-nio- j
e retic parly, nnd H i I'l'riiiaue-nce-wr.s there-fun-
ll.e-d ai-ii oil' mtoiv
'I bo o Idle"' -i- t ii tin- party s transient
iiiiliiipiiiMis the fie slv.r piitv'.hiitllsicr- I
inani-ii niiMconist is 1 1 IP puhlii a i piily.
aiiliii.icludeiH by il-.imint: tin' aion-erva'.ivu
i-Miiiiuii- of tin lilin le' Hon re turns shows
ovtr 1(10,000 lie initials voted against fteo
" IVrmnnint Statu luiuli.ti irtirs ivlll bo kept
here nn.! tho inlv int.-id- to la ,e an ih 'Ivo
p trt In tho iiiuidi ip.l ' e H"n "f liltn.-n. In the
nine of i nudum; H" l. in'" i.it.i- n n hliio ,
doiiiliiali'd by Lot. .'-'Id. e in if If Iho '
(J.,viTiioi- is noin niite.l tor Miiyoi. Ailnnis A. .
Loodr chof Chl'-ie-o vs e'e-e'.d I ll.urni.in of !
the- stiiiuC until ttei-losiKeetd the hue e bin les
A. I.wimjot Dceattir. I
jtisiMi nf.ii uvit:i ii 131,
Var'.n 3!urcliitii( I'nIN on reouiit orlhe
Iiterritse- 111 B'l le i-s.
I.omiox, Nov. II. Hi" Miiiihiif Sim prints a
despatch from I'm Is s.tvlni: ili.it n liirue crnln
iiii-i chant, whose iiitui" isinil itlven. bus fnlli-d
ntvlnt! in tliu rise In ilui prico of win at. His
r.ahlUll." i"o plaie.1 at i.TOO.OOO francs
( Jll 10.0011).
Held Vi linel Lent III rsiindnr Dinner.
Two men followed .lose pli llurke. wiio was In
toxlcatid, on Ids 'i' "H iSriiinlway lust nltrht,
and when lturke reicl.eel Dunlin btree-l hu
dropped u hue coiitainliu; his taiuulny dinner on
"Holdup, pop; we'll '"'IP you," said ono of
t io men Hildas ho Mini hi ho lilt llurke In tliu
1-H eyeanel knoLk-d I imibovo.
Tho nth' i in io izraliiiiel a rhle ken frenn tlio
liK'. and 1! .rl.i-'s ih-ii liuit rcied a leu of mut
ton, and tin l.v" i in itti-i'i . ...
A iiii.ic urn in i-iiiliiiid holli lilu'luwiyiiien,
who, wltli llmke, orn taken to tlio l.euniird
btllt-t hlliilou ... . . .
Iheiitisiuiirs wire.Iauus nisi. ,i0. of l.iH
Sotilhstu-tl.iiiid.li' 'I'll lluhes .III years old.
tvlin Mid he w t i.oiiic!t-s. H irko was locked
up fur beliiir drunk.
Uoiisiil.Ci-liei-iil l.-ii Ketiirim to Witshtitton
V rtllt.M.IO. Nov. 1 1. I onsul doneral Til?,
huith Let. wiio ic-cei.lly returned from his post
at Ilui .imi. leliirntil to W nsliln-ton this even
Initfrom Itlclniiond. Ills ti ln was viiyluo
Hud hunrilvid to i late io sen Sieietiiryllliey,
but ho will vii.ll the Siato lli'l'irlmeni Monday
la iriiiii..', (iiul.iu sllll ditlincs loulscusstho
situation In ( llhi
A 14.lc.ir.Olil "1-1 Tlllcrit 1'olson.
8v it vc I'M', N. ., Nov. 1 1. I lorn I'etrle, tho
l-i-yiur-old eliiui!lite-r of Leonard 1'etrlo of
Oneldu, iittemiite I suicide this eve-nine by tak
liiK iititiiinilty of nuns urein. Inn found Ihu
child was in toiivul' oiisitnd the Idiysit lans say
hu cmiiol ii-tovti It is i Ii M 1 tii.it biood liu
ovn u. re-biuuiidniiiuotiroU by her lunillj wus
ign ra ii, g n t rnnvirniiii sni ri ur i4u-sniJiisiivs.&ii.Tti mtmmu gn-.
mo I 1 1. 1 i. ii, roit: i.i.i ri:t ik
Ilxplnslnn nf 'I'lilrlv Intinil! eif flvnttttllte
lit the TvlilKiti'i l'tivv i otn-itnv' M eirksi
Nivuvitv Kvlls, N. Y Nov. 1 1 lly an e-plo-Ion
of ahni t Ihlr V pounds uf dynamite In
the ollh'o liulldini: of !'. I), smith .V Co., con.
tiactors In e h uip-of tlmeMonslunof tlio vvheil
pit and tunnel of the Nlncnm 1'nlls I'owi r
Cninpiii), nt s o'llici. mis tun: nine, two men
ivcrc Instantly killed, otiuftlully Injured, tlirco
otheis severely Injured, '11m eiflliu biillilin:,'. a
traiuti strut tuie. 10 by la feel, was totally de
molished, ni.el windows l-i buildiuus many yards
el -t ent wi -i- oioVi-n I y 11 v In it stones.
'I'll'-di id lire iinkki n lliimtnei. cencral niin
niter, of I'otsd tin, N. ., le niieily of Ileumiirk,
Mill-in-inw of Leorcei ttlee. Ill miu till e- eltle'f e II
ulnierot the-IVnii-y Itiiuia at il lie ulinc Km!
mini, niul Atlie.i Iteynold, a iteitio wurkint;
m in. nife-il aboui 40 y e tr-.
'Ilie itijiiii-l iru: .lolin I'leket', stumcutter,
fori man, about to years of n,P'. Iiadlv Injiirnt
nhoill bead ,iinl lesiv uid will die. .lohn Itob
tuns. Iiijuri'd alt oi' tite-i iui'1 slum tiers. (Jeeiruo
allies. In.iitt'il itootit lac c a id lu ty losuhissubt;
Le oi j;e liiu ton. ii eniiiii if it Ni tc-.ra .Iuik tloii
Kilitoad locomoiiVi! wiioh was Mai dlnit on a
inn k n tr 1) , c hi iibmit In nil. nut -e-rious.
rlom wl t eati be ieuii.il of the act Ident,
Ituvliolils I. ul jest Itiawi el out the elvil ttnltf ill
the povvilei Iiou-i-some elist'tui e nwitv and lnt'l
hloiicht 11 ove-li! t'n-o.tie e pleptraliry to pre
pariin: it fn- a blast. Mi. Hammer -Mis about
:; i years of ace. Ills w lfe nnd twoc hiblren urn
lltim: in I'oi-dani Ho was it member ot the
c.iilvi rnity Citib heic.
iirir assaui t. ms r.iTiu:::.
Tlie l'.ttliei- 11ml IJeliiseet te litre Him
vleiiiri to tlo lite Thritlre,
I'ichtcen-y e tr-ol 1 Hciry Schneider of 10.1
liirry slnet, Yiltiiimsburt:li, lsktel his father
last, irin.iiK fur money to ito to a theatie. Tho
clde r s( hni.iler iefii'eu and upbraided tho boy
for U s dis-n in il hi.ldts. The bov struck his
fatl er In tlie nbdomi n -i-veritl times, and when
tin old in in lc,! - h c- der kiekcl bun
I 'I lie .Mil s( iiin h'er wis Insensible on the
I Hour w -ii n the noli e arrived lie -t as taken to
lb" 1 il-terll lll-tret llnsji -nl, where it was
1 i-iuiid tliiet be hail melted Internal injuries
His i oniiit.uii was pronotiueeil t-er on . but not
elalute rolls He Is oil ve-ars old, '1 ho miu was
nrrt sled nnd t euen to tin lb dfoid avenue nolico
station, w a. re- lie at tut iv ith iho lltum-l llucoli
ei in, und v.o' u l-'l'i that h.s I ithe r iiiii;hl die
hi" Mil hi it1 m't enre. month nuu tlie tmy
strut k 1.. a faint r ni.d broke two of the lluirer of
his rlhlil l.uud lliee-'eler St hueider refuied to
iuoseeutu the- boy at that time.
,s uxk c.v no. ii s in i: ;. jr. nvrn i: 1. 1
( ollleletl Willi u llarirr The (me Out OlT
(iii Cov i. L. I, Nov. 2 t - T lie schooner
vv Mi li sink yesterday moiuliu-In tlie sound off
Do-uris lull l was tliu 1 . M Dumildnf (irten
po. I, owned by the Urn nan' (Ji am Company
of I'eirilind Me s,ewasioil l.ultn. in d was
h nn I f ir Wi-tirlv, I! 1 si,,. ,ts ,u co, ismn
Willi a blue, wlui I ill tjipi nri'il In the il irk
ni -s holnri I tpt uuiit; had a eh it ee lo flint
out be-l alell.lty.
1 1 1" s, ben ei lost her bo v sprit nnd hendecar
and 1. 1 1 it bit: iz-vp lorn in her bow. skipper niul
erew launclitil iln- yawl ami put into City
Island The s, boiinir'siiuisls show about lltteeit
feet above water, sbemiy be raised.
Tluee Tralit" In a reel.,
Wvti uiit'iiy. loun , Nov. 1 1 A freight train
on tlie N.iuKiiluck ro id comlni: north nnd duo
In Yt iiterlmi v at "i o'tloe k tliis mo. nine was
stopiied at ( otton Hollow on i.ce'ounl uf the
enicu.o breaking ilnwn. niiiher freight train,
el le in ate rln rv at .I 10, came- behind thetlls
abliil triiiiiand bi-itnn lo push Ii to NnuiMttick.
A pas-i lii-i'l ll.lin w.tli live tone his which left
ali-rbtirv nt el o'ctm k met tliu doabli fie ilit
train near the e urte bull a mill-suuih nl Nmi
Cittni k known as am s I iirnoui. A eo'li-iou
lolluwisi aii'l I oth locomotlt t s wi re-sinitsiu d.
Ln-tweer t row ley , w ho was on iln ell -a bled en
trine, wus lliiown rum his cab nod M-nously
A Nl-vv PisI Trultt lo tili-UKii.
lleclniiliii: to-day the rtniii,ylvanli Hall
mad will run a netev fist 'iissenj:er train be
tvvcen Nuvv York mid Chicico. It w ill bo known
ns the Chlciim lust Mail, and .till make the
d stance' in twenty-live huiiis. It ivln mis city
nth II u'ul an -ii,: ul tbesaiue hour in ( lu
iiuro Hu- tolliiwiiu' 'in'. Ni't lei C e Limlteil
this will lie the tiisl S estern Ham Mivleeun
the luitel. '1 he fine will tie Si less thnn on the
Limned, and tin- tune of liiu tup one hour
slower. It will lie almost ixclu-lvelv n ( lilcattn
train, us no isseniiers will bu taken for tioiiits
east of I'lltsl.iii'".
.V Yuni in'- lleilil Slrnc!. by it llcncciidliic;
l'reda l.oi'.cks. a wallrrss in tho Continental
Hotel in Newnik, iirntuptcd liy lUnos 'y, put
ln-r lieiid Into tho new ileivitmr slinft of the
huti 1 yesterday to sm ir ihu e ur v .is con iuf up.
11 waseoiului4 down, niul before si o could with
draw her head lh' bultom of Hie e in stiuck lier,
hri'iikiiii! Im Jim hy ilrivini; them neiilimt tlio
llllt.'lltt'd s i sb 1 1 iime of the shut t sjju wits sent
Io St. Michael'--) lluipiuil, and has a t banco tor
C'cilln CamplK-ll lllselini'etl ft nut 13i-llc-Tlic.
Colin Camphell, a broker, who came) from
Newfoundland remit IV and was (iikon to tho
In-iino iiavllliin at Ihlleviiu llosptinl by his
filind, L. ( Mm iy oi .'nl Wist 1 ifiy-sKth
slre-et lust Wielne-el.u eveiilnp. was disc liari-ed
last nluht iiiulei a lotitrac-t fur safe keeplni:
hlciuil by. Mr Mm key. ( aiiipbill is bUflcriiiK
fiom mllil ileiue-iiua
WHIST AND OTHER CARD
Our collodion of Im'i on l.Vlitt Is unusually com
lltle. All ftaml u 1 initliuril es Pook oa to'.ittlre,
llenrti, I'ottr, am! ah cih'iilury games.
Aniont: inokt mile .vorlliy YVliJst Hooks ore these
liaillne works, for " de at llnokirllm' Bout rally
iiajiii.toss jimiiiBX wt lr.NTirn;
fUSTl lfb tt II IS I' MASVAlt l.SS
lO-sTr'li'HIII I''-" t'rl.VlllH'I',.MI
wuivr si it vTi.tJt. . i.cfi
STAIlM.sn IstllMt l' rsWIT HIS r 1,'.'.-.
Coni.NH tt.is rr msi'l' ;.;
1-iJSrfcII'H l-l I.IM'I.AYI.NO WHIST
CAIlils, I ri.te.lt ;,-,
bent. I" stpaW, on rece Ipt of price,
ut imon (sihja.hi:, m. ir,
.1 11 CA;.U..7.S.
Tho 1'lrst t'nneert of the I'lillluirmonlc
Soeletj i-litl' Cooel sVork,
The I'lillhnrinonlc nt Its lit st concert last
icvcnlnK h id hut thrco numbers on its pro
etramme, lvilbitistel'i's m.isiilllcent Ocean fcy m
plintiy, lleetliciven's 11 major Ylolln Concerto,
und Yv'nuncr'H overture to "Tiuiiihltliser." Iho
I sy mplmiiy hits not bten often tdnyed here t-lnco
I 1st:), when Its composer led It not often
e-nollli, eons'ilerliii: Its marvellous tirauileiir
I mid tls ineir.thly ilie and distinct pur
trnynl of thai inlflit and majesty which no
1 tnu'uai;u hut tliu ditino ono of music could pos
sibly elc scribe. Yhen Itubliistein toinlucled
thu sviuphoiiv hero thero were hut four move
ments lo Ids work. Alter that time he added
iiiiolher, ami a Inncer movement than thoso
already written, which Mr. Soldi last evenlni:
I Introduce d as a penultimate one. Criticism did
I not sparu Itubiiisteln for this action which wns
I e'ciisuied us wiudlnc in the llnost artistic sensi
tive ne-s, hlncu the symphony, ns at lirst ar
ranged, euniaiiied no itlt int't delineation of
I a slot in. It merely impressed the minds
I of llslcn-rs wltn the s-.uno feellucs ent'i n
deriel by an acquaintance wltti the
"mtirlity monster." Hovvever, adverse judtt
trenl oticlu lo be' silent before ruc-li a wonderful
iful imposing tone pit ture as is iclicn in tliis
thr Hint: ti-iupest muve-me-nt, for It U uiidntibt
celly , nnd will loni; lem.iln. one" uf the mo-t per-fee-t
and e-Miitortliuarv ixiimples ot lleclplio
inusii- ever penned i be .llieyiu wtiich tollows
il is miitle iiuieh nmru lovely bv ciintrast, and
seem- the- viry epitome uf hope ami joy and its
surul b ttipiness
ti must tie- confessed thnt tho I'hiPinrmonlc
Diclii-tra has never done- hue r work than It
citvu us lust veuiiit; in tl.i- glorious sy mtihony .
I Here, as will as I ft tho ov ct lure, which, by the
1 vvav. was token at n reuiarkablv ilelibtratu
ttmpo, the html moved llku it single in-
I striimenl, n absolutely was ibe tonu
tiin-M-d. Kvtrv slitio of ctpre-sion from it
Htt,i ?iitnl to the bittcest eirs(e)u ur the ino-l
h nethy 'fiouiiii""!" was clone wltti e xaet uiiiiv,
I while w trmth of lone- was never htekinu from
a v of the several rhofr. In iln sj mpliony tlie
fi - ipiim iniiti has c-re.it respoisbiitit-i,, but,
I belni: a leal artist, hu ellschurceil ibem with
ea-e as .- ell as prtelsioii anel even uobiiilv.
Mr. selill deserves senrctlv l-s eieitit for his
cntaliic tint: of the ittaoinpiuiliut nt to Mr. Carl
Halir's execeitllicly reverential lel.derint; of the"
Iteettioven conci rto. Herr Hallr u-'-d to lite ton
tertmelster at Yll!lnr. but now Is ii Ilerlln.
Ilu Is nci doubt justly consiileitd cine of
i the brightest llulitn of the tie-ruiitn Mhnul
of violin plityiui.' His style is conventional.
! ui-ademle. nnd entirely eo-re ct nne! dignified ;
hi to ie. tbotich small, is ns i-wcet as boney ami
astleiiras aelcwdrop He avoids all show v ef
fects it -ul li is notsiiontTiiiamie-tlsiii, apparent I v.
nllhoiili li is more than like ly. as is ceneiully
tliu ease w.tli thoiichtful nrtits. that his play
int: would irrnw more linpiessive throuch fre
ipient he irtne. lor an i-i core, wine h was eor
iliilly c'lvin, Herr Hal.r played Ittethov en's
' LOST TWO $10,1)00 CUIirlFICATBS.
MttmclTrtetliri" nt Cnstilrr llnvvlnnelor the
1 National Ksclmnce ISnnK.
j Two t'liited States lcial tondrr certificates
for $10,000 cncli wero lost hv the New Y'ork
National Kxcnacco Hank list Krlday. The
icrtillcaies aro thoso used by the New Y'ork
bnuks to scttlo Clruilnir Houeo bnlances, and
wero orlcinally issued to tlie National I'ark
IlnnK. such certiflc ites are issued to tlie banks
j bv the Suh-Tnasuicr in cxriiitiigc for leenl
i tender note, anel are curicnt only between
i members of the New Y'ork Clearine House
Association, and tliereforo of novnlucto the
Under. 'I hoy nio Issued to save the trouble nnd
uien-ivcnnueo uf huudlltii: the lecal tender
I (In i'rl 1 ly mnrniiirf Isiisc Howland, the cash-
i lei of i In l.xe haute 11 ink, found that there was
an ini!ebitdne-s of jsJo.ouo niialnst tlie bank,
. which was out-ide the retpilnr Citarlm: llou-o
business He determined to pay It at once, niul
took for tin- purpose two SlO.OOOierlitlcnteMU d
s.i.iHio in em it ncy from the-safe and started for
j tho I lie mlcal llniii,, the creditor. When he put
j his haiiil in his pockei In flout uf tlio cashlm's
1 diK at Ilie Ci einica! Hank the currency was
still there, hut the two S1U.O00 rei tltlcales wero
mil there. 1 hinklnt; lliey had slipped from tiis
, hands while ho was still at the Kxrliancu Hank,
he returned, but they were not to be found.
Word was s,-nt to tl o Suli-Treosuryand to Hie
nn niber of the Cle Trinut House.
'I he hank has no minute of the numbers nf tlio
lost lertlllciite-. They were slirm-d by the n-.
histiiit In usurer, Conrad N. Jordan, some- time
in the-curieiit y ei ir. 'Iho numbers can hnrdly
he eliseovi re! until e u-li member of thu Clear
jmr Hnu-u repoils what certilltutcs originally
issiii.l to the National I'ark Hank are In Its pos.
se-Mon. Tin n it is hoped that tliu numbers of
the tevu ml)-" i). ones tun lie ascertained anil
Huti duplicates i fi be obtained on cua'auteelnB
Ihu lie-usury utpilnsl lo-sf
nine i. tunc hkalbb ix .iait..
llitrrcll of I'lnii Avenue Hued ror Good
CoiiHlsnetl tn lllm.
Claudius i;. linn ell. dealer in furnltiiro and
bric-a-brac, at JIOil Klflli avenue, wns nrresied
yelerd.iy by Deptily sherlll Wnleerins, and
loltid in l.uellow stre et Jail in dufault of ?1',',
000 ball. The arrest was in nil u on itu order
sliinid liy Jiistleo I.avvreiico In tho supremo
Court In n suit lunuitht bv (! c-suiul lull .V. ll'ulr
in an of .Mnuclii-ster and Scarborough, l.iik'land,
lo it-cover Sl.l.Diui for coods alliced to havo
bce.i vvronttfully eo'iverled by Ilurrt'll.
Julius Li-siuidhoit, tho Auieileati au'i-nt for
tho plaintiffs, lets forth in an alllduvlt that on
Oct. l.'l, lSIiil, hu was In the store of Hand
Llndeborii A Son, at h Kast Twentieth strict,
and th'To met llnriell, Hnrrell siud be was a
denkrlii lirlc-n-lirne ami antique-., anil would
like to havu (ii-siindhelt A Illaiiliuin. who aro
dialers Inthesniun foods, make co:is'i.'iiinents
to lllm, Aiti'iu LesHiiilhelt, upon lliurill's
n pie-entntlnii ll.it ho w.n doliit: a niau'tiif
i mil busliiei-s niul utviii"d pinperty ai ,,l I I if III
incline worth S Iti.DilO Miilijeu to a inorlitaiti of
-?,"), alio, plm id c'oo-ls with him vnlned at be
twieui Slk'.lMKliiiitl Sin.OOO. Hi-1-) il. it II ir
le II ajited to )t him a mortu'.ie em the pinp
erty to st tune He piods, Siilisiiui-i,ily ns hu
me ri". It was disc ove I eel that 1 1 an ell bad only n
le ist-nuld Intel est 'ii the-propel tv niul was not
eloliu. so much hin-liu'ss as hu had said. It s il-e-Ki-1
llmi llnriill lofustd to return the ttoods,
r'nimliu: Hint hu had a rlitht to main tl-em
mull January, 1M)7.
iflultre lt-e-st'N Klrctlon Kprnseii.
IliVl'ltilllAli. L. I., Nov. 1 1 -County Jtiduo
i llenj.iiii'ii ,1, Iteevu Hied his cainpnlun ccpenso
iteci) int wllh the County Clerk to-day Somo
uf the items aro:
" . Kiniii her for nne pair of No. 7 shoes to
I 'run It'.' &il.3ii.
I " I'anl Loiik Isliind llallinad for car fire so ns
1 to liitvi a chuniu to meet thu vuters uud shako
lut nl S-,'0."
in all, Jtielce Hccyu's expemes amounted to
l'oiirlecti Incllrs of Know In Tennresee.
Ksuxy 11.111, Tonu., Nov 14. A heavy blU
nrd lias bten roitini: In upper Kitst 'lannejsce.
I 'lucre me fourteen Inches of enow oa Hoatie
iinti:i'iti.isiiii i: itin.it -H
Slakes n .New Wollil's Kecneel ol tbo Thtis, ' '(1
teeitfli fteltnetit ii tnirt. H
Tliocniiiesoftlie'lhlile.-iith Itiitlment A. A., IH
nttliclriirmory In Ilrnoklyn last nli.'bt attract- t'l
cd liberal patrol atto from athlutes, wheelmen, '-H
nnd tho public, A prbitniiiiPio of almo-t en- fH
vvleldy proportions proved too much for thcoin- fH
clal ruiinliiyolfof thealfnlr, anil It was Mime H
hours ntter the sclie-diilo sliirtlny: t tines before i'H
llntl heat was reached. ivl
The chief features of the inectlnir w-cro fur- iH
tilshed by Ileriiard J Weft re. the celuhratod ?
amateur champion splinter, who had come on '1
from (jtorceiown L'ntviitlty to have a crnck 71
lit the slunilaid Indoor figure iH
SlnrtltiK from scratch in tlie 100-yard run he ''',1
covcruil tliuillsUinco la 10 l-."i seconds easinif i''H
up. and In thu liiuil heat he reached the- worsted IH
1 In 10 seconds, dtcislv ily hrtukinc the world' ?H
hoard floor record of lo -,'..-, seeonds mndo by "H
. Ilu Hois of the '1 winty-'l liiul Iieitlmeut fH
last y e.u. lil
i:tr.t timers snnpi d their watches nt tho 1'i'IH
e-iicluy-yaid mark, civ In-i credit in e-fers for ,H
, N ".'-, re'coi.tls, eons dei.iblv uutsiiiu the alletted ''IH
recird of t seeoiuls on ihu liouk-. Huhadln- ?'H
tended makiiu: t furtner liiul at-aliist the H
sixty unit seventy-Ihu yard rei i rds, but events sH
. iliai,-i.-ed tt sue linn txte-iu that he wits advised aH
j to dress und wait for a heller ivportuiuli. U v.HH
was almost a puy that lie hail not faculties tn ''laH
try further, its hu hud his wlnyjs wlihlum last ' HB
nlk'ht. sumui,lry. ';iH
t'tie-liiiiiiirelyard Itun, hnuJIeip Ois-n-floal host iH
wen tu Per ,nr.l .1 VViter-. el iiriitii.wii tiitrrsitr. t'H
cerate li. VVllllai.i Mjireti Clipper A e. svnr.ls.we). JM
.!"'. r,A.," 1''"' r'l"" "ml ht.lnelit A A.. M
bn is tl". Ilui I run. 10 -..uis ,-IB
Deiehuiilreilyarl l.iiii Ilmthap AteniLprs -Hual .-H
iralntmni) i, I'.att I'oini any I . -e ran li I s.lal., 'H
. Cnnpam i, 1 j ,r.l . mil h J s, , i,ilccr -,: -iH
patiy A scran ii u. rj. iliue 1 1 ,et nts -H
I Uht liiiiKlreuaul eli-lu j nu l in. Haiuhcap. tlH
yttinliirs vtnn lo r; L. I leni-I'oipp.ii I-, lojnrils; lHH
V V Jji miu i oiiipa..t L, -oyanls .cennu, IVterU ,fHH
Hotmail. Cuinp-uij ii, iu yarns ilnrJ lime, .' nun- laH
Ut- slut-, -.soil IK 'BH
vvii-ini e lleyeie-Itaee Itincllrap i fn-Iliialheat H
w.in hy l viosli. r II W l.'..yai,i. n r.llr soil J. 'M
l r. li H VV noyau's s.tunil . me -I M, , it-n vV . -XH
li. i vanl, lliir.l 'ulin ! villi! mis It W , luiManls. H
tuun i Inn,, s iiiiuuiisvi't J u set on la. Mrsertwai iM
i k ii liu ire-el anl eljlity vnnl P.'in, Si nt it fur .iH
so ii.-s Wun ov i ..in. raus- lueniy in rd iP M- B
m nt v V i s.arenl P,.,y Pr. p . con,l Wll- ,M
iMiul ttn.si s i iv. r it. aT. niinl inn.- 2inin- taH
Ules HU j e, otitis. -t'vlkH
I One null" VV is. Itttilell in Open to l.ieiuuVr la .ViH
I neevv i nircnliujorilii. v.on l,t 1'rltat,-1 I yieycr, -LH
Company y i s ion Is. 'Jiurti r.naItr sfri ml VVH. " ;H
Hani u.ni iwh) ti-uipiiiyi s.rattti stcoul. ilinclt) fS
tnltiiiles j y ten. ns LLi
1 wo-lnni Irtil iimo lrnly ynnl Hun ep n lo Meni LH
btrso ,itli-lial tjuuril ol .Nci, y.irkaiul sPtv Ters y "LI
Vtoii tv VV. II .M vtmius Cotnnal-y II ientv ,i-s LH
onel ltti.l!ii nl.nails louts e, emiip n Co upauyr Ll
II. leieuir sen.on,l IP lii-iit luyarls s. euinl, 1. j. H
lorliy i 'on pint it. Itveuiv "-soul Hrk.ni.m, lH
yartls, Ililnl lime, c 1 sei nn.l,, fLI
one mile Itun. Its-ell l nib r Won Pv A.T. '.1H
Jnuett Coupinv U ftrit li; et.irl.s t Cli tjens, sLl
Com) any 1 '.y yards, -unlit l-ruii. I .vinle rsin, ,HH
toinp ii) i, s.raieli. Hi t.I Thm- i nuuiiiis ' !.' .5 lil
hii,t,t -ii tidri it ami rUl-iv ynrel l.cn. Handicap. M
Open Won nv V It. Toiiillli,ou h VI.. 1'itarls, 1. ,jH
J 1 erreP, V,,uroe V i liuvarls ".uuil i, i, Uol M
Iviiil, rk A. e , heraicli, tairik Tittle J n. nines 1 ,t 3 tM
l.i nnln? IIUli Jump Haii Heap Opetivv on liy p j iLl
t) Nlltllt ,11, V .V J ItIC es. Wlltl nil ILllIJl mil p of 'HiLi
otici Mntliej, liinhl l.o i-s, K l l . . raie.i. sets LLl
ui.il. wit i a ju tip or a ftet tl inc os Jo nl ruiier -Jl
i.nl uttnttaeiieel, 1 Inch, tlilnl, w in nil ritu tl ju.up of 'ILH
j ftet .1 nicies IH
1'astline A, V. Flnnli. j.9
A top-heavy house erected tho principals In B
the finals of tho l'astimu A. C amateur box- jtH
Int: show which vvas decided last inglit at tlie Jll
llo'iem'anportlnttClub, KUhty-tlrst street and -H
Amsttrdam avenue. II. o boMut; vvns keen and -il
cxcltinc. ami many nf tlie contestants displayed tl
m ire than passiut; nm-uetir skill. '1 hree classes jil
Were dee lite d. Stlllimurles. Hl
Oneshuuilreil anil I I 1 1 ii pourel Class First bout, 41
K vieliimioii hiootsiytiA e, oiai c Klnn. Paaltms e-i'tB
A ( s.toiieliout 11 llarret; llsuuttr A t . lie it !. wvkLl
t, or lan Cros-iimn v. e llital lout F Me-Pcruitt nU
PruiiLiynA I Is-ut I llarretl. It uioter A C v!oH
iiiuslui itlreil niul Hi rly loiml e i ihs K rsi bout, -LH
J, t-ox I'asclme A e'.l.eiit J. Pyne- l-alltne a. t'.i M
si-cnnil I o it II. spallte r. Ne et Wel Mile V r lK-nt IL, jfiH
Meytls. 1'astline A c liiuil bout J. 1 ox, l'aitltiie A. ttLi
L ,btat ll.spanjer, .ve-tv Wtsihiile V e,
Modern lll (luni for Utiebrc. siift
TonONTO, Ont.. Nov. 14. 1 ho Ottawa corr- dfl
epondent of tlie llnild says ho learns that. 'H
number of modern hie cuns, about twenty two ISi
tons each, have been ordered for ttiti fortlfico- sH
lions at (Uetiec. It Is saiet tiy experts ttiat when "H
tin so cutis are mounted they w.H make tlio VM
c.tuilel one of the best fortified points on the -iiH
We.-tern continenu ,
Thrown Irani lllfl Horse In the Park. rfl
Charles J. Stevens, who pave his neldressasT -H
llowlinc (ireeu. while rldine on thu bridle pnth NH
in Central I'ark 1 ilu yesioulay ittiernnnn was I'M
thrown from hlshoroat Luhty-that strtet and UJ
rt e elve el -tlmlit injuries to his head. The horso (.-
ran on In Ihu'lity-slxth strict, w hero ho was (
captured by a uiounliel pnliceiiian. TM
Mnnucirr lluucr'n Hneeessnr. sH
O. C. Crntter, vvhn has been connt-ctel with L'H
tho business mnnnKemcnt of Daly's Theatre.has j B
been enciiBcd by Ilnnlel rrnliiunn us liuslness I'M
miinnite.- of tlio Lvceiuu 'I In stre, to sueceed j
irantls Dunce, who died riceiitly. (;
An Illlnuts llnnl. I'olls. pH
Qpim'v, III.. Nov II. Tho La Ilnrpe Hank, !M
La llarpe. III.. Lulid to-day. 'Ilie nihilities km
and asstts cannot be as'.erliilucil. Hard tliuol .!;
is the cause bIvcii by the maiia.-ers iH
Where Yeatrnlnl' l'lre AVt-rs, itfl
A St. I 00 15 il "st sevfiity-tltlr 1 tr' et. lrioli'n I'M
man diinii.e $"i I" ' 8 lonipkins slro t, llttvley .-9
liimb r yard el-innuo slight, II 0", 107 Orchanl S
slrist.ilaiiiiiKOUIIhin. , , ., '-
I' M -.1 4 ., ii, We.t rtevrilh str.il, towihrr 1
t-l.ili-. il-unae-i" s',0 .1 SI, Miiiilu.i.l .oiiiir Wllllatu ,
blrtet niul Slsnuii avel Ml Inn VI. vt ,nou ttam- u
nee SI 4 .'ii. Mil mil 407 ilusi 1.. iii. .nib ill. it. rJ
Jlaii'iiittsu mink nn I lux l-ai lory no i in u-t-
Useful books given away.
ixisTr('Tio.!s ror. mkiiakt I
AND I'AM'Y WOlllv. (
rt Sella Haskell of lin.tiui h is reu-nlly written a J
L-ouk. " I nnej Merit ii I rt Hu 'ruioii. 'Uuil ttlvrs j
prntl'iiil pl'lr ol eisloi iiiiklni,'ilu.'ti litjjiliveis, ij
M'Jrfs. tray eloiht put 'lull "' ' '" le wlibtlfly -i
i illu,triilon nil boot. io.'. tin r with mteisful 15
I ii in "' ":, llnnio llyclint " will Is B,
j culTON .NO. m. Keiii frit-to any reader h
TnUriil'l'"-""!"" ''"' who forttiirlt tlio nt" lj
I 7-1 W.WV-,t"eu 'VU f liiltll-d lOUplll an I a J- a
" lUio I lluii 'in I li'ieiit slump lu Mills, M
fVi iiiid " ' 'I'd " sn I KlthjiiUon &Co,jlur" li
..tfi.Uii.e I'll I "j lllls'loll. W J
I Tliettteivollii-r il "if r Is ma 1 lo a.tntlte the ro- m
liable III tiii'Mi I unl mi.fl ilu in ouk u on homo ?.
tlyilui! Inio Hit I ai -Lot w. nn n who want tnilrrrs il
well by i uklll' II Ir o il tlelll.lll look like in w Jj(
Thofjtl Unit Mainoiut Iiye-lutt, li en Ilie standard B
home dyisfoi notrly twiuiy yeart. and Ihst Usir &
sale loereisn from oar to year, h proof ioUltU B
J thsy hato never tut! sneo.tis.1. Us