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f ? . THE WORLD; SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21, 1893.
KICKERS OUT TO-DAY, . W f Six Football Teams to Meet on the Green This Afternoon, Princeton and Cornell Are In for Blood This Time. Drang Players to Run Up Against Yale's Stone Wall. Football has th call to-day In this ' neighborhood. Three sreat Rnmr-.a Will I be played thin artprnoon. Princeton arM Cornell are to meet at Mnnhnttnn Ifteld the University of Pennsylvania nnd Crescents will hnt tin nt Eastern Park, Brooklyn, and Ynle and the Oranges crack shins at Orange (ivnl. Each one will he a battle royal, and la bound tn afford a treat to the spec tator, so the difficulty of choosing be tween them Is not so great as might be supposed. The college men In thla vicinity, of course, will favor their re apectlve teams, but the Hvernge tin attached football crank can decide the matter by simply flipping up a coin And be In no danger of disappointment. The gamee will be especially Interest ing from the fact that they will give the first good opportunity for Judging of the relative merits of the several crack college teams. Very little Is yet known of the character of the new material that has been brought f rwar 1 this season, nnd the few scattering games which have already been played nave not shown any of the college teams In their best form. Practice of the past two weeks, how ever, has knocked a good deal of the raw material Into respectable shape. and as the colleges are putting forward their strongest men they may he ex- I pected to make a tine showing KThe game at Mnnhattan Field offers.' perhaps, the most attraction f,ir New York; people. Princeton and Cornell have been bitter rival ever since the fluke last year, when It was claimed by the Ithaca men that the New Jersey players backed out of a game that had been arranged because they feared de feat. Anyway, the men from up the ' State are down here for blood, and thourh thev are not d'ir.g anv loud boasting their friends say th.it.ttv yellow-striped Jereeytnen win hnve to do some hard hustling If they succeed in ehuttlng them out. Before a New York crowd, too. Princeton will be on her mettle, and the general opinion Is that she will have to lock lively to h, r laurels. Cornell has lost some of her best play ers Trf last season, while Princeton has not been so unfortunate but the new material Is said to be tlrst-clnss. The Ithaca men came to town yesterday, and In their practice at Manhattan Field teemed to be in excellent form The malce-up of the two elevens, as decided upon this morning. Is as follows: PriBcftetL Poiiilcni. Cbretll Vr'Aulaf. IWl KM taler U i.-tt T. kl. Hill Mashr Lfi r.tiard Wamrr Balllat c.ntr. iuker P.aod. RtrM Ossed W.KD,-r Clares Bleat Taklr .. H.rr ' Tranehard Rutht Knd Curt-, t Ktn Quirt.r-Il3.-k Win. Ward Left Half B-vk H.a'haml Roawnfartan .. Rl.v llalf-Hack R,.lr.ina Atlas rull Back l.tax , The game Is to be called as near 2 o'clock as possible. At Eastern Park th Quaker boya will find a formidable adversary in the Crescent team which has shown much Improvement In ..,rm, as a result of recent hard practioa, The Unlveralty has many friends In this vicinity, and the game will draw a good crowd. Tic team. If anything, la stronger than it I was last year, when It succeeded In ! ehuttlng Princeton out. ami Its best players nre all old hands, Including PKnipe. Osgood. Simmons. Vall and Woodruff. The teams will iirobal.lv line, up In the following crier vvh- n the game . la called at 3.30 P. M.. frwmt I- sill .- I'rnnailtanln Walt l-ft End. .yimniMii Sum Lett t.m.- Ma k. ntrhktaa Left tjiiard W ! Baldwin c.ntr,- Thornton , Worsts kikM c.iurd Wharton FHU'ral'l Itlacht T klr Rem lwauh.rty Right Bad Itosangart.n . r"lh. Qiairt.r l;.i. k V'atl Sheldon I.rfl llalf-ll.k KnIIW wint' niv II. II-u, k Oasood Culver Pull-Hark Drook. Capt. Illnkey'a champions from New Haven are not lik.-lv to hay.- much ' trouble with the Orange players out In Jersey this afternoon, although the Orange men have been putting up ,i very good game so far t :s seas n It will simply be a question of how many points Yale will score, and the efforts of the h-me playera will be directed chiefly toward ktvplny do.vn the figures. Some of Yale' cripples are out of the hospital and have returned t the field, so that the u ,m Is now a much Btronger one thin th..t which met i). Crescents two weeks agj. The rush Vne has Deen bolster 1 up, an-t an .!--portunlty will be given the two new half-backs Armstrong an 1 Baton to show what sort of work they can do against a str ng team. Orange people ar faithful and en thusiastic patrons of football, an 1 as a lot of Yale graiuatcs fr in the city will go out to see the game, a big crowd at the Oval wui give the coll-g:.ns a warm welcome. The make-up of the teams Is as follows: Yl. P"'"na. Dr.na. Hlokar . L'l .3-1 Or la aid Meaalar tHolconu L-!t ! k1 . Webb iM - nnalll ' McCra. Left auard Vauahan Baard c.r.,, Hlcko Rijht saard l.u.il Mnrj.tr Kick! t kla W K rla Oraaar J.irht and j kI. Slorri. QtMrttr-bsei Debar! Anaetronc l.'V salNtM I. Welter. Katoo 'Hall) Meat ha I ha ,. M bar llnottl TV,rne K.I.. ia t ilijhll lHall. Bj.ur.onb i JTincefr. s r-layers nrr'.vccl at the Murray Hill Hot-1 early tin m rning and the Yale giants rame down from New Haven about noon. It Is r--j rted that Yale has now an abundance of . .coaching, although a we. : , i-.ji k VHk 'Hlnkey found great dli!: ulty ::i BB dng the services of a::-, ol thi Ba (football experts Ez-Capt. "Bill" Rhodes PW'yilys Terr;, the ,. t, , hall Kld" Wallace, the famous " all shown up at New Haven BEn the past two r.-vs and ;-:-tjaathelr en'ire attention i i the new material Into snap fBBRhodes is to hav- cnarge .f the i ng for the rest of the season and ajame down to-day witn the team from BMJvew Haven important meeting of the Advisory jpommlttee of the Intercollegiate Pool t ' Association will be held In this city sthU .evening, probably at the Windsor Hotel, at which the undergraduate rule f TS: com up for discussion again. It in ' tswleved that this mueh-vexel .n.st: , will be settled llnally. an-1 it Is certain , .that every effort will be mad,? to -JDose ( -. of It eatisfactorlly. It la rumored i at Yale may recede from the position which she has all along taken on this-ouee.1 ion and i ,:.s .,, to a mclintatlon of the rule If the opposition of Princeton and the I nlverslty of Pennsylvania can:. ,t be overcome. ELLISON ASKS FOR DELAY. Argument on Hie Stay Postponed Until Oct. ue. The argument to make permanent the etay of execution of sentence upon Frank Elliton. the brutal uisallant of Broker Henrtiues. was adjourned thta morning by Judge Ilairett, In the Bu pieme Court until Oct. 'i. This waa done at the request of Law Jret Ambrose H. Purdy. who said that the stenographer attending the trial of Ellison had not yet completed his min utes. Assistant Dletrlct-Attorney Bat tle represented the proeecutlon. jClflCUS TIUIIS COLLIDE. One Man Killed and a Dozen Hurt in a Rear End Crash. The Dead Man la Frnnk Everett, of Ilrookljn. r-T.ArtKSiiI HO, W. Va . Oct "1 A rear end collision took plne nenr here yesterday on the Baltimore nnd Ohio road between two aecllon of the Har nuffl A- Bglley circus trains. A doz, n peraoni Were hurt, half of them seriously and one fatally The fiend man Is Krnnk Everett, of Brook lyn. N 1.. who had both legs cut off lb- died In a few minutes, i bos. s'-rl- onvl. lnlior.,1 ,.,-n i.enra liil-nnrn. .-..w Verk Cllr, Inlurr-d tn-t.rn.ill- m di. . Robert .lfen N v-.rk bit' nl ih-ch i.i-ii, braised i p ;--i .k. Allen town, be I'-k- amasbad Hirr Marabsll, rttta burg, rlba l-r-k n. badly hurt: v.fti.n vt.rnll. ' tort He Ira. l.rok-n Charles M 11 In. J.w Irkin. i: U lll.h")-, ll.nrr'Ule. P., ai.ln. hurt. All the Injured men were sent to Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. The train was running In five sections. The first s.-ctlon. going on an up grade, was running about three miles an hour When the second scion being a light train, came around a curve at t w enty -tlv e miles an hour and crashed with terrible force Into the , rear end of the forward section, which was made up of cngeH with four sleepers ; In the rear. The last two cars were telescoped, and the Inmates were awaken,. I by being violently hurled to the front' of the cars or pinioned In th-lr birth. "DR. WILLIAMS" IN CUSTODY. Bank of the Republic's Swindler to Be Brouem from Albany. Pc'r-ctlve Sergt Pheldon of Inspector McLaughlin's stnff. went to Albany this morning. In bring back n. f Williams. otherwise known as "Ir. Williams, of Washington. D. C." who was nrrested . Thursday at the Kenmore Hotel, Albany. ! N. Jr., on a charge of defrauding the Hank of the Republic, Wall strut and Broadway, out of pv-o. tict. S. rr. Williams" presented him self ot the cashiers win-low "f the ; Hank of the Republic, and handed i 'ash ler W it T. Keysrr. a National Hank of Washington draft for W.JM. Williams's appearance wus good and cashier Key ; ser accepted the draft, paving the de positor on a check. ISM. With the money Williams left the bank and nothing was heard of him until his arrest Thursday. On the same day of deposit, the fraud was discovered and Mr. Keyser notified Inspector McLaughlin Little Is known of the prisoner. When arrested In Al bany he was accompanied by his wife, who wns 111. He gave his residence as Washington. The police here have no previous record of him. INSANE AT EIGHTEEN. Delia Powers Found Wandering Aim lessly About the Streets. A young woman who gave her nnme I as "Delia Powers." her age as eighteen! and her home as "Rockaway," was transferred from Bellevue Hospital to ; the Blackwell'S Islnnd lnssne Asylum this morning. The unfortunate young woman wns ' found wandering aimlessly about on j Eighth avenue near One Hundred and Second street by Pollcemnn John L. Hyatt, "f the West One Hundredth-stt'"-t station. Thursday night. Her actions caus.-d the policeman to I suspect that she was Insane, and an ex amination by Dr, Belknap, of tip, Man hatt.tn Hospital, subsequently proved I that he vvus correct, 1 Nothing is known of the young woman, but the police will endeavor to tin 1 bar frhnds. YOUNG BANK ROBBERS CAUGHT. Policeman Ward Captures Both of Them RedHonded. William Everetl and Thomas Hnyle. nineteen years old each, and giving their residences its J.'l'i Eighth avenue, were r. in in. lei in the Harlem Police Court t i-day on a charge of burglarising the Italian Hank, nt Lit Knst One Hundred and rir nth street, kept by Agostlno i llalhnugl. They .i- caught red-handed last night by Policeman Ward, of the Kasl One Hun I red an I Fourth street station wh-. saw them crawling behind the i ounter "f the bank. Ward Is tl tn.., r famed In Harlem for his heroic rescue of Willi" and ibel Bwayne from the Harlem River list Winter, when It was tilled with Ice II- nearly lost his own life in the attempt. Prof. Elijah Burnett Dead. IUI.T1M .;k. Oct. SI If EtIJab Iturnett II. -1 vrMerlay after a fh-Tl (lineup ef pnpnn-riiia II. was born in 1140 .u atsrlton, Darlington I Count r. N J. Finer IST1 h" hi 1 heen In part nrrablp vrltb v 11 Baton, in th- Baton n Bur nttt llu.lnt-.it Coll, ,:r. Llbe-ty Bell's Return Trip. PUILADHLPHIA. n t ;t n has Uan I- ill ttai ih. creckad l.nrnv Pall ui itava rblesga , t ' ' M.. "-I. .11. for tM .ill. raturnlni ia la snail, ("oiumt i. pitui-urK, Altoona and liar- '-. . It Is Not What We Say Rut Wlmt Hood's nransrllla II,,, . Thai Telia the Slon- Hood's Cures 'Mmswa ;,Tsastasrv(s M-. I.. It. irei. Iii Misery with Dyspepsia Plslreee lu lbs atenaeh-Tlres' and Nt-rv tlun "Hew York City, June -.".'. USft i waaiu n.ltery vrpu tiraiep.li. SoneltlBM 1 lia-l no on elite and when I ,M I , i . hearty .i e ,1 I 1. t uiu' h " lie 1. i )i,. n - ,.: i, j (1 ,! net ssess to bare say ainiutiou. vaaMitieisat mylit. ami lu the morning tired nnlii.rv.ii-. MydieesUea waa irregular and omaliefaeton Jit, wile urgnl ine lu taka Hi. -i . Saraai.atllla. I. 'I II' 1 1 -nil la Hut I have Nrver Fell Heller in all my Ufa than now. I hava galnat ulna pounda. sad am ire. from all dyapaplic aymr IOJBS. I caj aai a hearty iue.1 witn stood rel lah." Loci. It Farm. fTS4 Amaierdam are. Hsod'a I'llla arn prompt and mclnt, jtX easy la aeUsa. Bold by all arugglaU. Vac. I CIMPIIII GETS II RECORD, Lower's the Luoania'B Figures by Twenty-Two Minutes. Will Lay Up for Two Months for Alteration of the Propellers. The Punarder t'ampsnln got up to her dock nn the North River at in o'clock this morning, having distinguished her self by a record smashing trip from Queensiown She made the passage in R days. ) hours nnd :"l minutes, thus beating the record of her sister ship, the (.mania, of ." days, IS hours and 15 minutes, by just jj minutes. The i impari i.i Is to be put In dry dock nt Liverpool probably on her return from this port She Is to undergo som" changes Inher propellers, and will be out l of service for about two months Some thing more wonderful In point of time Is . expected from her next year. I On the Hip just finished she was fa I vored by good weather (in the first 1 day out she had a high head sea. but after that there was. a good sea nnd fa voring breezes. Among her passengers were W. H Chapman. Belgian Consul to San Fran cisco; Mrs chapman, A. Cohen. British consul to Port-au-Prince; i;n. J. Blaca burn Jones, riiomss .lannev. the horse man. Lieut. -Col, W. ii Knox. c. B.l Mrs Knox. lien. John C. New, F. Raw son Walker. Hritlh Consul to Charles- t n . Mrs Walker ami I ,!,, ,,.! u llui... The Campiuiln left Haunts Hock nt 1 37 o'clock last Sundny afternoon and I The reached Sandy Hook at 11 25 Inett night The distance she travelled was L'. . miles. Her run for each day Is I as follow s: XSXjsi mj I " ", i an VVf-lp-Silay n ThurJlav .......'.'! .V.V.V.'.! R3.1 Krl lay jjj The nverage speed maintained was OT.B knots an hour. The average day's run was 501 miles. when the Campania reached her dock I a I the f,vt of Clnrkson street. Vernn i II Brown, agctit ,f the Cunird Com pany, besides several hundred people, I was on hand to welcome the hlg ocean i Oyer. Agent Hrown was the first to board the vessel, and he lost nn time in congratulating Capt Haines over his performance Capt. Haines wore a smile when he told an "Evening World" reporter that his vessel was Just getting - Into shape f..r fast runs "The machinery," he ndded, "Is grad ually getting Into the right condition and In a few months we will further reduce the time to the neighborhood of, live days and eight hours our trip over was pj. a.sant and we encountered no I fog or strictly bad weather. vv e spok" several steamers enst bound, among others the dulon line Vrliona, the r"uorst Bismarck and two Allan nnd White Star boats . "i if course, we tried ourselves on this trip, but we do not consider by anv means that the ship's performance Is at the top notch. We will make better rec ords." Agent Hrown seemed to take the breaking of the record hv the Campania as a matter of course. "The Campania and I.ucanla." he ssld "wire built for such time a the former finished In to-day. If they don't keen It up and make even better time we shall he much disappointed " Two days after the Campania left Queenstown a stowaway was discov ered In the steerage compartment He sneaked aboard the steamer at Liver pool. He gave his name as Anton Weber, of Tr-nton. N .1 He said he wns a Hungarian but a cltlMn of the I nlted States. He was sent to Kills Island. - OFF FOR EUROPE TO-DAY. Well Known People Sail by the Several Lines. The French liner La Tnuralne, which galled f"i Havre to-day. had a full cabin passenger list. Borne nf those on board w. re Col, C. Agassis, Col, George Canlc, count Paul FVstellcs II.. Prof. Qullmant, Alfred Gladstone, Mrs. Oladstone, Major and Mrs Cloorge K. Henry. Jose Ironiplln 1 Aim. rla Junes, Jacques Lenorl, Bwlss Delegate to the World's pair: Mrs. Lenorl, Baron and Baroness de Zuylen 1" Nyhelt. Prince Bchrrbatow, Com mander J Marlins do Toledo, of th" Hr.izlllan Navy; Mrs J. .Martins ,ie Toledo, c.iii. and Mrs. A. It. Tavi..r. Baroness Denis de Trohreau, Miss de Trobreau, Mr. tirnv Wilson. Mrs. Orme v llson and In r two pons. Bishop Henry c. potter sailed for 'l.noa on th- Kaiser Willi Im II. tith.-r passengers were Lulgl Bodlo, President of the Bureau "f Btathstlca it ! ni": Mr nnd Mih ti. tl li.-n.-llet. Baron Falk-n-Iviiseii. 1 r. Edwin S Faust, Pol and Mrs. W It. Hotikllls Rsv UnmiiAl Mam. I kins, en ati Mr,. Edward II. Rlnley and Hev Dr. It J. Nerln nn the Iiiruiia. for Liverpool, were Prof, jieiiry Drummond, "f tin- Glasgow I'nlveisity; Th-lore Fry. M. p : Cap! Klvv.ird Fithlnn. 17, S. N ; Mrs. FHhlan Col. anl Mrs V Ijivv. C'ol. C. page Surgeon-Major c. W. Thlel and Mrs' Thtele Fredrlcg Qebhard, I Oerlach nnd Prof . Haiinian sailed on the Kins for Southampton and Bremen. RICOLL WILL TRY IT. He Means to Appear Agalnat Dr. Meyer, the Alleged Poisoner. It wis given out nt the Ilstrlct-At-tomey's Office this morning that Mr. Mi r.ll would personally conduct the prosecution In the case of In. Henry C. V. Mi-ver, the alleged wholesale pols- , "tier. Mr. Nlcoll corroborated the report and I said that Assistant 1 Mstrict-Attorney John F Mclntyre would be a.ssoclated with him. He will positively try the case, he said, before he goes oiit of office as Public Prosecutor. The case Is set lown for Nov. 8. AFTER THE CORDAGE TRUST. District-Attorney KIcdII Examining the Allen Complaint. District-Attorney Nlcoll said this morning that he had been in consulta tion with Lawyer John Vincent, counsel for Henry Allen A i'i, complainant against the Cordage Trust, and togeth er they had gone over the papers and affidavits In the matter. Mr Nlcoll said that within a few days he would decide whether or not the fa. U warranted his laving the case Pe ine Hi" ilranl Jury for action. CAUGHT AT COOPER UNION. Joieph Martne 1.1,1 for At'eirp--Ing to P c c a Poccer. Jus ph Man-ne. forty years old. of s suiiiv.in street was srrastad at cooper I'nli'ii during the political nie-tlng aat night on u charge of attempting t i-i a the poeici . ....,,, ,,u. ,)f jjl bast l-orty-ihird street. Detective ruth .. UaUan, of the lifth street station urrested Martrne and It, the I-;.-; .Market Court to-day i Justice Voorh.s held hint for trial lii . I ' bull. One Man KtMed by the Explosion ol a French Magazine. 1 1' i i.i. I'M X Oct. 21 -The inh.iai.nl. nf ikla iltr WsSI .r.nl.o tki. mnralas br tr.maadoua ahoek laat .. al Iral thouiat to ba an aartk quaka. It .. eausad br the aiploalne ot a larsa powilar n.as.ilna al St MMard an Julia, a Tit- lags alskt alias aartkwaat of aarSaasa. I Oaa sua was klllsS and tin lalan. , t.lw isjslllli lllltillllaaaa-llllil BOREAS BLOWS AGAIN ' a i Another West India Oyolone Com ing Up the Coast It May Strike This Part of the' Country To-Morrow. Ileary Fog Down the Buy and at S ThU Mornlnc, I Anothor 5t in'll.m hnrrir.ine r cy- clone n one of ih ptiilbllltlti of thn InmirilUt' future, It would not ur ' prh thi wp,ither ohnrpri if It Itruck Mew York by t'-mrrow. Thorp nrr- In (Mallnnrt thttl thr WMt Indlr hav rf;ipl nnntht r Itorai of n circular typp. nnl at lat account I' waa bound north and ihaplnff Itn course alonK the alrraly terribly ravagtil .Southern conM. Insptctop J. V. Smith, of the Tnltp'l ifltatee Weather Bureadi who i nt pres ent lining thr position of local for"cnjt "fflclal, m ScrTcant Putin haa not yrt 1 returnM from hit leave of aheenrp. Pt to an "KvrninR World" reporter to-day: 'Thrrr 1? evidence that another cyclone Is raRliiR In the South. There wan a , very heavy rainfall in Tampa nnl Key I West. Kla.. ypMerrlny ani reports re- CCtVed late last nlRlit Phoned that the storm nrea had extended over northern Florida. "The storm Is evidently working this i way. At last account a its northern boundary seemed to he in the vicinity "f Savannah fiur reporta from the South are very late this morning. T'ntil they arrive we cannot learn definitely what progress the storm has made. Mr. Smith said he could not under stand why the reports from the South should be delayed unUss the telegraphic communication had been Interrupted by the storm. The barometer was falling this morning and the wind was north east. Still Inspector Smith saya that If It were not for the threatened cyclone from the South he would say that the nonther fn morrow tvnutri1 hr fnlr A fog shrouded Baal and North Rivera and the upper and lower hays this morn ing. It was not thick enough to endan ger harbor navigation. Off Sandy Hook the fog was very dense, nnd steamships bound In and out of port kept their whistles going, while the constant clang ing of belli showed that there were a number of sailing vessels in that vicin ity The fog In Itself Is not a circumstance that gives alarm to mariners, aside from the danger of collision or running 1 nshore that It entails. It is simply a I cloud resting upon the surface of land or Waiter instead of hanging at a high alti tude over either. The fog thla morn ing was caused by the fnct that the land was at lower temperature thnn the ocean and the easterly winds blowing in from the sea, and laden with moisture, struck a colder atmospheric current along the coast, and the process of partial con densation that followed produced the ton- GROUNDING OF THE MACHUS. No Doubt at Chatham that the Gun boat Waa on the Bare. CHATHAM, Mass. Oct. 21. The steamer that grounded last night on Chatham Bars was undoubtedly the Cnlted States aUnboat Machlas. from I'ortsmoMth. X. He. for .aw York. No other steamer, Inward or out ward bounds was due or expected In that ! locality at that time. it was bright moonlight and the ship was quickly sighu-l bv the patrolmen from the Chatham LUfe-8avlnf Station Th lifeboat was soon launched, as were several others, manned by wreck ers. Distress ignnls were being con stantly displayed from the steamer and there was much excitement on shore. i licfore thf station-boat, 'n charge of Capt Doane, arrive i at th vessel the was seen to move slightly off shore, and, , as the surf boat got within about two hundred y.irds of her she slipped off , the bar and proceeded. There Is no reaion to suppose that she sustained any injury. FIRED WITHOUT All. Druggist Junghaebnel'e Excuse Ac cepted by the Court. Ouitavi Junghaehnel, aged forty, n I druggist at i't79 Avenue a. was tn York- vtlle Court this morning charged by John i Kutehin. a brewery driver, of 42 Blast ' Seventh-fourth street, with shooting at htm. KutChtn said that he and the druggist I were laat night at n saloon opening op posite the drug store: that at 1 A. M. Junghaehnel invited him to go over to the store and get a drink; that on reach-I ing the store the dnigg.it ordered him out, and b.-rause he didn't go f.ist ' enough, pulled a revolver and tired at him, Junghaehnel said that ICutchln entered the store and ra fused to leave when or ib-red. He tired his pistol to attract the attention of an officer. Justice Grady refused to take a com plaint and the prisoner was discharged' WOMAN KILLS A TENANT. The Murderesa an Adopted Daugh ter of Baroness Yung. Ing. KOKOMO, Ind., Oct. 21. -Mrs. Augusta .Schneider, a wealthy woman, anil adopt ed daughter of Baroness Yungllng, late of this city, shot and killed Oscar Wal ton, one of her tenants, near Walton. yesterday, The victim Is the son of the founder of Walton, and an esteemed citizen. Thev quarrelled over the management of the farm, when Mrs. Schneider drew a revolver nnd shot him dead. She sur- rendircd to the officers and is in jail at Loganiports She recently got Judgment for a large an, unt against her adopted mother's estate, after long litigation. BEATEN IN A LODGING-HOUSE Fireman Scott Remonetraterl win. Clerk Hilt and la Sorry. Frederick Hilt, thirty-two years oil, a clerk In the lodglng-houso S8 Bowny. was to-day held fur trial In the Tombs Court on a charge of hrutallv assault Iiik James Scott, thirty-five years old. a fireman, who has been lodging In the place. Scott, who wns badly cut In the face and head, teetifled that when he remon strated with Milt fur heating another man in the office of the lodslng-house, early this morning. Hilt nicked up u chair ami struck him with It several t limit over the head, almost knocking i him out. Business Ups and Dnwna. I-'H'.T V.i;TII Ti lie' -I -S'rallon Whit, ,-trtrlrl intl r-nrral ii..fl. -m-ii Saalr hh-4 a .i- i of mm u.t ni.-ht Inr noo.eao with l .11 IM.Opo srsferri"! 1 Ml'KlNdriKI.D Mi. o.i ; T. Plrrra Uook an I I'aprr o.aina i . r .hi. .11- a aa yr.i.nta, ilirfiril hv ilia ' ..'urn. i .'!.,! Hank unilfr a .l.,l ot IruM Th llablllllaa arr 121 75 ami th aatl nata,! aaaala. Ini ln.lli.r b.xk arrouota. liluia 'ill l. vil i l: N J Qst 51 -I'harlaa Willi I'halimaji Ula Eaatrrn VVIndoS, .i;l,aa Wurfeara ! Kierutlt Hotr.l kat n.',i. a lalraran K-om I'ranl4cnt Kberhadt. of tt Natloaal AaaA,-latlos , lUln.t that Ih A.r..ii.r.1 r ,r tsa Baal blaat aa ali.nM' enmnleleS an I mnulil Iw alsnl br tha manufactu-ara aa aoea aa It la eaaiplalad A Kan ral r.uiuil a CasUra wlsdos glaaa far torlaa la coaSlantl aapa-iad. m Two Mora Weeoken Victim. Fcund. a'ltlC. ra.. Ort. a. Ta tklrS Say's Mai a lor tks kedlaa ot th. TtetlM W tae naaatar Wa lta S Leu rvalat naaliaS rseUrSar la Ika ZaZZrJiTJim 1 ct JeTSeM, tka maaur of ta aaaal an. a laaua. Wllkala Pecaa... asSlalKiU- n. boai. fZLasfl JjMtr lltreseners eSettt Ms satles at iJi i ' i ssMMMii ii m smii i I SOLDIERS III MIMlC BATTLE. ---jj First Brigade in Practice at Van Cortlandt Park. Got. Flower and His stuff to Rc-v.ew- th Troops. Th ham hattle nt Van CoMUfldt J 'ark thin afternoon, tngaglflg the SholQ Pint ItrlKnd of the National Guard, thC larKnt body of men evertaktn part .I .a practice drill in thin vicinity, t tractcd thousands of pmpie to th great uptown park. Kvery tram over the west side EOT 6' v.i ted roada from shortly before noon ; nn carried its load of spectators to the i terminus. Winnie the Dark vena rpanheH hy 'arlou4 routes, ipper Broadway and the Klngabrldte soad had a. sensation In the appearance .'f Troop A In the full panoply of war, a the troop advanced on Van Corl- I land! I'ark. The seven rrn,ok refflments of the city were transported to the scene I of hattle hy special trains over the Sixth and Ninth avenue Kievnted Railways and the New York and Northern, which , ran trains every four minutes after noon. The twn hattcrlei and the Signal CoTpa ' went hy the Broadway route, -ii miti'I. i their cannon and other implements of war. The oriers of (ien. Fit If era Id were that tho Eighth Regiment should ilcpart oy special- train for Moaholu from I Ninety-third Street nt 12.42 P, M.; the ! .Seventy-first Regiment from One Hun dred and Fourth street station of the same moment; the Twelfth nnd Twenty -second TteKments from Fifty-ninth and I Sixty-sixth Streets, respectively, at 12.4." I These, with the Becoid Battery and detachments from Troop A and the sic- nnl Corps from the Northern forces under Col, Bcott, of the Eighth HeKi- mnr. The Ssuthern forces, under On, Flta gerald, Include the First Battery and detachments from Troop A and the SIk n.'l Corps and the Seventh, Sixty-ninth ; and Ninth Regiments, The Seventh was inder orders to march from the armory al Park avenue and Sixty-seventh atreet, and take a special train at Ninth avenue and Sixty-sixth street at 12..-.7 P. M.; the Sixty-ninth to leave Sixth avenue stn tlon -it Eighth street at 12.4. ami the Ninth Regiment to leave Sixth avenue ard Twenty-eighth street station at (ho snme n ment. The soldiers were equipped ns for a long campaign, with n&VCraocka, over coats ana blankets. ESach man was served with twenty rounds of blank ti i trldgea, The programme at van Cortlandt Park Included a review of the First Brigade, under I trig. -(.Sen. l.ouis Fitzgerald, by ("Sow Flower and his stiff. The Brigade Quartermaster promised that 8,600 soldiers and officers would participate In the manoeuvres on the Open parade ground, which is nearly surrounded at convenient distances by rising ground from which spectators get a splendid view of the battle-field. The arrangement of the battle pro vided that the Northern forces should debark from their trains at Mosholu Station -ind Immediately form In line of battle facing south, the right of the line j resting on Broadway, the left near j Mosholu ( 'reek. The Southern forces, leaving their trains at Van Cortlandt station, were, to form in front of the ancient Van Cortlandt mansion, the left on Broad way, The Becond Battery, with the North ern forces, was to be posted on the high ground to the northeast of the swamp. and the First Battery, opposing! on the high ground to the east of the mansion. The signal Corps, divided Impartially between the two combatants, get their share of the benefits of this "practice I drill." as it is technically called, In the work of building elevated signal sta tions and the manipulation of the Wig wagging signals. The orders to Troop A. Just returned ' from Trenton, were to "perform BUCh I duties as may be assigned to them.' This practice drill has been looked for-I ward to with anticipations of much lien cm by the soldiers and the officers. Th order required that the whole movement be slowly and carefully executed, the number of rounds nnd volleys to be fired and the time and distance of rushes to I be deliberately thought out and conveyed by distinct command, leaving nothing tol the discretion of the men. Thus the battle was to begin with the Seventh and a part of the Blxty-ntnth advancing slowly and by rushes pressing the Twenty-second and Twelfth back until their lines were parallel to the rail way tracks. The Klghth comes to rein force and an energetic uefense begins with rapid firing. The South has the best of It at first. but the Northern forces rally; the battle, gets desperately earnest, and llnally Is declared a draw, like some memorable prz"-tlghts. Tne soldiers shenlhe their saints and "make up." MILITARY STUDENTS INCREASE. Adjutant-General Sugffests Drills at Nia;ht Schools. WASHINGTON. Oct 21. The BotfrO tary of War has just received the an nual report of the Adjutant-General of the Army for the year ended Sept. 1, lsya. (Sn. Williams shows in a tabulated statement that the military feature of educational Institutions Is Increasing, and he calls attention to the figures as afford ing "convincing evidence of the Steadily Increasing favor with which the Ameri can people regard an Intelligent and Ju dicious blending of military Instruction and exercises with the scholastic course of studies ' It is shown that the number of stu dents at military colleges capable of military duty has increased about tWO thousand each year, and now Is 17,519. The suggestion is made that military Instruction now provided for colleges should be extended to night schools In lare citlcj. J ssai GEN. BURKE BURIED. Many Veterans and Politicians At tend the Funeral. At the Church of tho Annunciation. In One Hundred and Thlrtv-llrst street, this mornlnc a solemn requiem mass was of fered for the repose of the soul of the late (len. Dennis K. Ilurke. The church was crowded with the friends of the de ceased. Interment took place at Calvary Cemetery. Conspicuous among those present were Hie Grand Army veterans, members of the Meagher lrih Brtjnds Association mil the veterans of the tilxtv-nlmh Keg iment. A l.t rite delegation irom the Cui-toin-Hnui. hemic! by Collector Kii brelh, was also present, besides many representatives from Harlem and down town ... lineal clubs, Two carriages were required to remove the fioial mb-utes. To tbe Island for Tl;rea Klonthr. rimrrtb? lafMSSa ol 2 l:.-t line II. in In I ami I. in. :.r.,. atraal. ' id the ll.irlfui i'uli.e t'ourl tec. ... auarl tu Uia 11..11.1 fur lr BtoQiha tor braakln. Inlu tha ,rorrr atora of KrH Itokan. Ml t..t Una Hun. In-1 asa Twasly lata atrat Y rat inlay Sullivan .a ulnfcarg..,i is tha Morrlatnla Court on a .bursa of araob for lack ot avl4.se. Till-Tapper Held. JSaaaa P. Johnsoa. a ealrt-lmaar. Iwantj ibra. rears oil lltlac at ilS Bast Thirl) fourth alrai. was hall Is SNe la tha llarlam Polio. Ooait to .r br trial as a eaars. ef etaaUef It frota tha till et tonka Mela's kahwy .air., i?u Thirt -SS1I.1 ifciitisi - ' - '--- NOW IT IS KILBRETHS TURN. -. ' He Has a Number of Soft Cus toms Berths to Fill, congratulated To-Day on His Con firmation by tha Senate. .IiilRe Kllhreth smilingly rrrelvsd ths Congratulations of a host of friends to day on the Senate's confirmation nf his Appointment to the place nf Collector 1 of Customs for this port. Among those who extended their congratulations were Mien. Fltzhugh I.ep. Appraiser Walter 11. Ilitnn nnd Senator Daniel, of Vir ginia. To the newspaper representatives Col lector Kllhreth snld: "I have not yet received any official notification of my confirmation, and It Is too early for me to say what changes I shall make In my force or what my course will ho. There Is time enough for all that. I am going clown to Hnuth smpton to my family. I shall spend Sunday with them and maybe Monday too. 1 can't say anything about 'turning the rascals out." " There s a large list of employees of the Customs service whose heads may feel a little insecure Just now. They hoi 1 pit s that are not tvlthln the civil Service list. The occupants pass no examination, nnd are appointed and I removed practically at the will of the. Collector. That Is. he nominates these subordinates and the Secretary of the Treasury confirms their appointments In nlneiv-nine cases out n hundred. Among the non-Civil Service officials) Is the Special Deputy Collector, at $5,000 a year. Hut J. .1. Couch has held this place since Adam was a hoy. nnd Is 1 Independent. If he has any politics he don't know it. and his head Is safe. Hut "there are others." They include , the Assistant Custodian of the Custom-1 House nnd the Collector's private secre-. tare, nt S2..V10 each. I Mr Kllhreth selected Francis S. Palmer 1 for the latter position a long time ago. i Then there are the following Repuhll I can Deputy Collectors who may he asked to give their Heats to Democrats: John H. Gunner. Wilson Ficrryman, Frank Raymond, Dudley f. Phelps. Webster Kims. Charles A. Rurr. Dennis' Shea, Levi M. Onns. nnd N. O. Williams. , at jn.nnn a year each: William L, Host wlck. Cashier, at $0,000, and his assistant, 1 William A. .lones.at $2.ono.and Samuel W. Thompson. Acting Disbursing Agent, at I $l.fio. and Auditor H. D. Stanwood. $4. 000. The Collector names also 12." laborers, at $720 a year; 70 messengers, at $840; 3fi watchmen, at $140: 75 porters ancl firemen, at $720; a boss carpenter, at $1,500; an engineer, nt $1,200, ancl n dozen ushers, guides and others, at $840 per annum. WALKING DELEGATE ARRESTED. Workmen of Rival Unions Quarrel Over Their Labor. Walking Delegate Thomas Hanlon, of the Talnters' t'nlon, was nrrested this morning for trying to Induce men to stop work on the building corner of Fifth avenue and Forty-fifth street. J... Mnrcotte Co., of 298 Fifth avenue, nre having the building renovated. The workmen employed hne been quarrel ling among themselves, as they belong to rival unions. Pickets have been posted outside by each Taction to prevent men from work lug. It Is snl'l that ropes supporting Scaffoldlnes were smeared with acid to cause them to break. The matter became so serious that the firm appliel to Cant. Heilly for protec tion. Policeman Diehl was placed on duty In the neighborhood. At 9 o'clock this morning Walking Delegate Hanlon made his appearance at the building and tried to Induce the palmers to stop work. He was ar rested anl taken 10 the Yorkvllle Police Court. .lusilce flradv discharged him, but warne-l him that if he ever attempted It again h" wrould not get off so easily. LEASED HIMSELF OUT OF JAIL. Ex-Sharlff Convicted of Manslaugh ter Buys His Liberty. ST. CHARLES, Mo.. Oct. 21. Ex Sheriff Dosenback, of St. Louis County,' who killed Major Smith In Clayton eight months ngo and was tried here on n change of venue nnd convicted of man slaughter, Is now a free man. His sen-1 tence was a tine of $500 and six months in the county j. ill. It Is said Dosenback'a attorney In duced the County Judges to Issue an order making it legal to lease services. of prisoners at BO cents a day. Wednesday he handed a check for 11,480 to Sheriff Btetner as payment for' his services as a leased prisoner ancl was set free. Much unfavorable comment Is made ot the aclion of the Court. Dump Oang Raided. St. memkr, c,f thu "Hump Gang." whl'h hnnKi out under j.fpr 12 Eiat Hlver ancl roba vpa arl neurl.y. ser fciiI t'- tar lhlnn-1 .'nr a month ' h In the Temba Court 1. -cia)' Thay sore eauiht in a raid by Rooadiman budd and ten ".'k mi. .1 j, 1. .-m.-n lat nltcht. CRUSTSAN I SCALES llairiiiul Kyobrows Foil Off, Iortor nut. Man Romoilirs no Ilonoflt. Entirely CuretJ and Hair ItcatorcU by Cinlnna. Myutf has Xwen troubled for psail with dry Crusts and SOSlM on her bosd and eyebrows. Afier ISSfillOC lle 'l'rmant for years In her sSMjBfc system. It broke out over a Smfrc-' jVj yearaco in all Iti fur; Hit HhCmV hah "Mi In h r putehes, r 'i?!h her eyebmws all ( II o IT, and V j-jry sbsprsssntad s pitiable dob, r V dltlun. AVe tried nlmast ssn SMBSi ,verythln7. butslie t-nntlnticd '5B3PVi3h ''' K' ' " "' l we tried KIr jly nn'' ofoufbsst phytlrlsnij but Sj' " nil 1 1 im piiiu..c Finally my Drift belie veil that the iTTurm Himm'Hs would rure her. After she had used nine boxes of ( inn ha, anil about a dosstl cakes ofCOTIOtTjJU xAiand four hot ties if C'i'i ic iba K.vn.vr.NThe MTSS MBSd entirely. Her hair came on affaln. nnd I today nil.- has as line a h-ad of black curly hair und as smooth skin ns any lady In Allcutowu. , M poitlSlt I Her eyebrows are heavier than they ever wen, her sOSlp Is free fntm dandrurT. I und her health N excellent. 1KKKMAN MTOKKKR, 2'j:. Court SSSti Alleuiown. Va. j CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS t 'iTldli 1 Hi.mkiukh .ire SlOiply onlerful. The l OttfSS dally QUtflS by them iistoiiijih phlclans. dnmistl and those who have If. -t faith and hope. No Kiuienun; Is made rcKardtn them not Justified by the StSBtUJMI evldeni1'. They an- not only the I un-sl and ISWUtSSt. hut the most speedy. SflO I oondcal and luisllihie nkln cuich, hlmHl purltlert anil humor remedies of modern times. Sold throughout the world. Price, CrTicri. ' fltr. ; w - : IUwii.vkt, 1. By IMittkh Din ii and LIiku oitr. .hole Proprietors. Ror-tou. 4EaT" How to i nre skin Mseases," malted free. QlDVfC Skin and Hcalppurtfled and beautlfled DAD I w hy i i'tu ( ia hiiap. Absolutely pur. WEAK PAINFUL BACKS Kldnay and Iterin. Paloa asd Weak aessse relieves In on. ajdaste by tb. ( atlrara Aali-Pala Jhaata., t oclr tsetautaaeouspab aJUSs pliaiai. TRIED TO BURN A FLAT. Tenants of a Brown-Stone House Badly Frightened. Wood Sprinkled with Kerosene and Set on Fire. Tbe Blxze DIsroTeretl fn Time to Prevent a Panic. Tenant, of the nrnwnntnna apartmrnt houac at 3 Wfst rifty-nlnth elreot tvere prpatly cHntiirbed tMs mornlnR over an ftttempt to burn them out at mM nlht last nlKht. JUIt before 12 o'eloelt fire WaJ discovered In a vacant room on the fourth fljor by persons living aero.?, the atrect CrleA of "Fl.-!" nrousecl aome of the tenants of the flat, and n policeman In the street sent in an alarm, .lanltor Fredericks was then awnkenei. He ran upstairs hammering on the doors as he went ai.iiiK The sleeping tenants tumbled out of their beds ami rushed out into the halls badly frightened. Some of them fle.l to the street. The Jmltor and some of the men tenants ran to tne vacant .'oom In the fourth HOOT, where a tierce fir was found burning In the kitchen. The flames were shooting up to the cell ing and had Httack"d the woodwork around the istatlonarv frashtUhs, The men formed a bucket brigade and carried palls nf water from the next npartment. They extinguished the flames before the firemen arrived. The Tlremen tore out the WAShtubS and pulled down part of the wall In make sure that there was no more fire. It was then discovered Hint the blare was of Incendiary origin. The (We had been started In one of the wnshtubs. In which had bSOfl placed a box nf ashes. On top of the ashes had been piled sticks of kindling wood sprinkled with kerosene. The object of putting ashes In the tub w-as. It is supposed, tn make it appear that the blase had been started by hot asm s Janitor Fredericks said to-dnv that the box and the wood must have been carried Into the kitchen by the person who started the fire, as the flat had been thoroughly cleaned, and there wns nothing left In any of the rooms. He was in the flat several times yesterdav with parties looking nt the rooms. At I P. U, he showed a man through the flat nnd lifted up the covers of the wash tubs. There was nothing in the tubs at Qiat time. Although Fredericks locked the doors of the house at 1(1 P. M.. he says thnt when some of the tenants ran down stalrn after the alarm was given the front door was on. The fire did not do much more than $100 dnmage. Fire Marshal Mitchell Is making an Investigation. ISAACS RUNNING YET. When He Wouldn't Buy Harklns a Drink tbe Latter Drew a Knife. I John Harklns, fifty years old. of 422 East Forty-ninth street, while drunk I this morning, stopped Solomon Isaacs, a Jewelry peddler. In Tark Row. near Pearl street, and ask him to buy him a glass of beer. Mr. Isaacs told him to "gn 'wav." I whereupon Harklns drew a big carving I knife and mode a plunge at Isaacs, who fled up Park Row In terror, closely fol I lowed by Harklns. Policeman Hishop. of the Oak street station, ran after Harklns and arrested 1 him. Mr. Isaacs disappeared, ancl when Harklns was arraigned In the Tomhu I Court the policeman merely made a complaint ot drunk and disorderly against him. Harklns got a month on the Island. GAS TRUST BRANCH ATTACKED. Enjoined from Cutting Off Supply to a Comumer Price to Be Flxsd. CHIPAOO. Oct. 21. -An attack was made on the Chicngo Oaslight and Coke Company in a bill filed in the Circuit Court yesterday by Henry C. Pew, of Prairie avenue. He naked thnt tho Companv be en Joined from shutting oft the supply of gas from his residence, and to have the Court fix a fair price for the consump tion of gn manufactured by that Com pany. Judge Tuley issued the writ prayed for. The principal charge made Is that the defendant corporation Is nn offspring of the Chicago (as Trust Company, which has been declared illegal by the Supreme Court. A BALTISORE AND UHIU CHANGE. J. T. Odell Resigns After Seven Tears as General Uantger. BALTIMORE, Oct. 21. J. T. Odell has resigned as fieneral Manager of the Bal timore and Ohio Railroad Company, to talte effect Nov. 1, after a service of i.t.'.ut Feven years. Ill health, due to Increase of work in his oftlce. consequent upon the enlarge ment of the Baltimore and Ohio lines, Is given as the reason for Mr. Odell's ac tion. He has accepted the position of as sirtant to President Mayer, of the Bal timore and Ohio, with headquarters at Chicago. This Is a port that was cre ued for and first filled by the late Em mons Blaine, son of James O. Blaine. FOUND T1ED.T0 A TREE. City Treasurer Beys He Wan At tacked by Two Masked Robbers. HEALDSBURO. Cal.. Oct. 71. City Treasurer G. V. Mulllgran was found yet-lerclay morning gagged and bound to a tiee near town. When he recovered consciousness he declared he had been surprised by twt inasked men near his house Thursday night and forced at the point of i pint to go to the city treasury, opi n the vault and give them the contents amounting to $3,000. Cyclones Threaten Florida. KEY WEST, Fll . Oct. II. Wait Indlei rrclont reporlM by th neither bureau to be central off the wSt DOSSt of Cuba wan mantfeit her all yettenlar arxl Inrllratlom point to never weather. All lai e onaelft lottS ht aafe an- hnrage tn the upper Bsrbor antl umaller bostl BSUImI up on tha txarh. Weather Obacrver aaja the baromatar la falllns rapldly- ,,. m Wire News In Brief. Tha Mtthfleld Car Worka. of Lltrtafleld III will r ;n va its entire plant to Memphis.. Teun '. v.l" :. better f." illtli-e can be aerured loan at the present location. Th bitumen port) n of Varna a rlllSSJ near laaron 111., on thi OhlesgO ami Alton road was wipt-d out by Are Thursday sight. tah. 48 000 Insurant. 130.000 ;ir. Tillman, of South CSTOllSaV declined to re dur 1st royalty on pauMhiiie to BO etatl per Um The mil eri Intiraite thut. ii it l not d. n.-. r.iiii li.f; operallilli will uu' be rexumed. Wrecking nppllancfK and a dler left Run Kron . I vesteixlay on the itMSUT Maripia.i f-ir Honolulu to awilat In - I. . ,:i. the ateanwr Ml overs whl'h struck on a rural rstf there len das sga The t'nlted Slutet steamer Mohican reached Run FrancU'-o yenterday. nft r a paHaage of three and 4 half days from Tort Town nd. The ersel hi returned from a rutne lu the Uebrlng Hca after an absence . f ten months. The (jlobe Hotel, a elxty-room frame ntructure. at LaTopasis. Tei . owned hy J. II (.alhrslth and t.jier.ttni b H. l Hobur. waa hurned yeitcr d. AH tbe occupants escaped unlnlured eacept Joseph Kohler, wbo was fatally burned. 6aie of Denver Water - Works Stopped. DENVER. Oct 11 Thi Court of Appeal grant 4 a aupeieedeaa yrstnrdsy to arrest the aala Of tko belonglaas of tb Denver Water Work Company Th Cootral Truat Company, of New York, Bled a bood lo tat sura of lfS.000 Tb SffSrt SSS 4ttUo4 1st a4 Oot. 24. i i A BEAUTIFUL DAWNING. Light Sprung from the Darkness. I A Grand Awakening Which Shall List Forevar. , A Brighter Outlook than the World Has Ever Before Known. rhana- are ronstnntly latin rlc whlrb tend to in ak a thei world happier snd to nuM I fflimf of Joy and rontentment to pfcrvad oar Hvps. One Of thSflSltMt 1 l---liiv. wblrh hS fallen to mankind and wMrh in Indeed the dawnlnir "f a new era of life, ban Jut taken place m the viriiynnwn family of Mm. Albert Blanchard. rSSldlBf t 858 Webster sve., Cbl cairn. Hi. She write the following Interesting letter: "My health In been rerv poor for aerersl year. I would hive einklntr pell, knd was o weak that I could not bold my hand up to mr head. I would have to lie down on tho fofa, and waa eo very BOrvoni that I could not elesp niirhtR. "My itOtOSeh troubled me all the time. nd my food tUltrestsS ine to thai I was afraid to eat. I had eblilfl mot or the time, and somo tiuoe rhlits and fever, with '.rembUng and abak intf. 1 wgfttlM troubled i'h catarrh. "IWMIOdlstf at time that I nearly fsllt X would grab nt thn chiir. and dark anoU art reared before my eyes. 1 1 ould dot begin to iSi hnw I suffered. I WU 10 elck I did not it" life, and wi, told that I would oot live long. MRS. AJ.BEKT BLANCH AKD " I took many remedle and employed "ereraJ physicians, but received uo permanent beuetlt. I Wat induced to take Dr. Greene'a Nervun blood and nerve remedy, and after using sis bottles I found it had done wonders for me. I now teel real strong and well and ran walks couple of miles. "My stomach does not trouble me and I am i not chilly. My catarrh has entirely diaap peared. I am to well that 1 am asslatinBT my husband In the office and help uiotbrr when I go home. I hope anv one thnt ii net well will try Dr. (lr?ene's Nervnra blood and nerve remedy. "My little daurhter Helena has also been using this remedy with geat benefit. Bhe was very delicate and nervous. After taking this wonder ful medicine fo - a short time she gained three pounds and Is not near no nervous as she waa. I do not feel afraid to recommend Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy for I Snow what it has done for me aud my little girl, and I M would advise any one who i mifferinjr te II takeit." I MISS HIM.NA BLANCHARD. if What a beautiful awaLcniDg. indeod. Is thtsB Kreat discovery from tlio dsrk.nc4B ol tllseaasH ami the failures to conquer it Vt hat a blessing m to all huuisni'-y. How gratefnl must Mr, ML Blanchard feci for the cure of herself and child. B Dr. Greene Nervura blood anl nerfe remedy "fl will do for you all that it has done (or her. IT H you are suffering from anj form of nervouaoy H blood disease, lndie;estlon, weak stomach, kid ney or liver complaints, take tins wonderful fl medicine and it will cure you. Dr. Greene, the M noted specialist In the cure of all chronic and 1 nervons diseases, can be conaulted at bit office, 80 W. 14th Street. New York, free peraonalig or by letter. Mr nre In ilie Jewelry business nd good prop)) lor you to bueer CREDIT EXTENDED. FLETCHER WATCH & JEWELRY CO., 182 Itro.dvrnT, Elevator u John AS. "nowmoarn Corner." DRUNKARDS ENTIRELY lose that craving by taking ALLEN'S ANTILIQ, the Inlalllbls OUTS, contaivj NO COLD or other mineral polon. Can he given witness putlrni'n knowledge l'rlcu Uue hollar, f.VEUY dlUgglSj In N. Y. and Brooklyn sella tt I' re pared by tlir Autlllq lo,, New York Reception to Lord Mayor Shanks, MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Oct. 21. A public ra cepuoi wu given at West Hotel laat nlgbt la honor of Lord Mayor Shanks, of Dublin, whlek waa attended by a Hi-.', .ei.i prmilnent clttsKB, The Lord Ksyof and party Visited the publie ' boola and ISSBStttd the l .: ; ayetem. it olibt he will In- btoqusttsd bjp aUyor Luitla. 8H1PP1XG NEWS, roiiT or kkw vokk. r-PT- Apmvrn. Slcam-r lit) nt I'jru. c'olnn Oct 4. wllh mar rhanrtlM fi.il Olly-OB. Ita.henaala lu Culumlilao Una Hlpjrair Bsglsad lnilun Oct. c. lib mprthas dliu, lo K w. . Hural. SUamt-r i'tiallahaiiflia,' Saannah (Ml ". uk miT'hali'li ai"l puaat'iigcra to K I.. Walker siaamrr lirrrian I'rlnr,-. Patraa Scpi 11 K.i. tols IS. K.lamala :0. Nll lj. l-airaa :t .,i ai (lara 30. llh ntanbandlaa lo .lohn 1 Saaaar Slpaji.r 1. 1,. 1,, JarkiMnvllle Oct 17 .nd W 1 " "' '"' n,rc,"",ll" ""1 Paaaaosara U otaamer Maraala. Hamburs Oct. with aff, rban.ilaa and 113 atearaga paaaaniara to ru.ck. Ha-k Standard, Maraalllaa. whlrb arrlrad Oct. II and aarborad In Or.vaa.nd Bay for ordara caaa up to Uia city tola mornlnj. and la coaala'uS ta ThaoSora Ru,.r 4 Co. coas ss t - -