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*XHK WORLD OF LONDON.
QgBOXICLED AND ORITICISED BY MR ED
MUND YATES.
Ml UFE OF THE MINI6TER IN ATTE-NDAXCE
AX 0A.LM0RAI4-PR1NCE ALBERT?S SERVICRS
W THE ROYAL UBRART AT WINDSO&
-THE CXAR AT FRBDRN6B0RG?
I/>RD ROSEBRRT - MlfTAKES
15 THJE CONSTRVCTTON
Or WAR-sHIPS.
? {BT oabl* to taa TBr*o?H.j
faayrlfM . IBB1 X* The 6161 MM .4 ???e<?"fn.
..rmilan Oct. 19.-TTM weather at Batamral tM* been
J^Lrmy aad co* durlnr. th, fcal ten day.. but on
f? BWia P-raemur. accotupanled by th* Jrmcf*.
Irtaa^ta aa .P*u carrtaAT and aaat on ? the new
STJbVS Flfa. Th. wr-^hcr beeam. aroraa ta ?M
Sarntln b.t 166 carH.ge *? kep: oa*n .H ta. way
*?' wTVTan-FR IV ATTENDANCE AT BALMORAL.
*J?T aaMlaaatr* raaraaM ahout the <n.comforta
"5 ,er at .t??.6ano* at Balmoral ls
ZmmTiZ ***** m fcelag ataaa only on. verj
ZmTnL **- ki .iot ketn. alkaeai *. kring wttk
aamrtther a pr:vate aaoretary or servant. Tbe laet
"? afaaaaa baa two very ora.fnrt.bl* rootn
,..." acctn^atlon provide* for hU aarMt. H*
aai ragalr* tha 691*1666 of a prirate ^reta.T
J Bataaral, ft? 6a. trort whlch would rnider
? SaaaMtaaMaa fall to taat t^tea?T ?J
?.rt.lwn by the Qneen'. prlvate ??*?'*;;*??
ar eithar br*a*t**ta and dlnea alone or wrth tta
MM. axc^pt wben laTtted t* dine witk tfe (.
laVh aag**-. 9- day. *at of threa. He can d, xe
or rtde. BBaaaaad B) aaaaaaa. *nd if a .port?r.*n. c?
-almen or d*er.
T.i BOTAl LIBRART AT WIN^OR
Dnrlng th, long iitaea. of Oaorge ? 6666f aaJkaW
pnaa *>* manuac-xlpt* were Ba* ^^
. Ltbrary at WlndaM. -66Ba*J"?j?55
. were kl hopeJea. aonfu.Von ^^"^My
taak tha matter in Bang, and t*ey '^"^rTthlM
arrarxf* under ri* ~!*?ZLmmm^m?mZw^
Baa***r* -Farrl* Queen," whlch b*?B?~
y.Mcaheth. _iLMBao
Noxer .a, aay funrUon ^^^Hal altver
rlav.g?M ta profrarnm* aa the Bnaan 4- ^me off
ta the Crtmea, a?I tta ^? ^^ ^ wncaas
? * " 'TSS' a**6BM* ^1 n "y raaaa
?- Braaa hav* *c-an ?v ?*r?J* fiftleth blpth.
A?flr.g.t*thar*.^/xj??2?2^ o*avr*lentlT
<>ar atmo?t th* Bunie cay ?tT? w
bt away from Brftoad.
-HE CZAR'8 HOMELT LIFE AT KREDENaBORG.
^Eap^rar ol i:us,a wt* la an rr-eat-tpcnm^.
e-iea t.ot rrnrh rearret the .Maa ?f all the c<.urt
H Fr^en^r* 9tae* BM death of Orand
?aaalra. He Iaa dnrtag the lart fe*r day,
Me wau-rtoeked -^^ with
Irataua ???*aaa. On aaa^taaaiag dav. aatktag
, lar* kflaaatf thaa Iha tUa a, rr^kovf.
7 a. m.. breaKtaM. Hgtrttj, and
,r a br:*k wark. atte:.xled only by a huKe Dam.h
, gjj 1 .> woikeU at hta di-sK. The,.
aad a gaaaa of hUBarda, to aaaB Iha Ktag[ad
irk arrt BM fr^k royaltta all take p*n
Baron,
x,Btke7oTl'?kdii ?.?-.. Lvrrybalx
raaaaa t***** io
AN FMl'RI--'- POMVIalAa PALACF. IN* CORFf.
Tlie *?*> whch the Eaipreas of Aa
Baa orO>' ta** ^aiieted U oce of the aoat luxunoua
aai at the aarue B*M most ctiriona buiWIng* m Bu
rnpe ' v- :1T1 en,a*'
- nt or.e of the patrlcltui 6w*U
rngi ta romp^-. rm,aa**arfflt eleetrle lamps hiflde.i
! Uiure far.d d^coraUve B?B**a throw their
Hgu of fresroen ufiaantlag th- mytho
- . - The fardaaa are al5" l.lnmi
y. Th?- wtak af th- fnniltnrt; if
Bf Poopei&u IB deslpi.
LOKDOB x::.XT TZAB.
;t . rtaBBj or xrronplv. UflM tbe Ktng
, lon nearl yt-ar. It
Bd ut the Ua* aari aaa Prtaaa af B?g*a*a
. aj rry u-as aalj sraaaaadorf l* 1
forinal aaadal ttell of hl? illnatrioas pawit* Bl
;. BerloaL ihe warmtB af tta I'ri: ?
?-1 ai.d M*ra6arl
agalBaeal gawtlng if t*?? ?
-; R IH1 xvin-T'R.
:.r>d Lady UeoaflaM has koei ae with
In - bl Bgrfi dnrlni
? ,?? imeheae of Ca
. proreed fgMT* for s!x mooth . 00
aatf Lady alarj Hoga. Im
?Uprob
atn, i-f,rd
? le rol
?
HLALT IX IRELAXD.
B?*9 of the rre- *f affalrii in Ire
. Bgly llluirnted Lhan Uy
under goBOB
? 1. tk* tyrani and up
r*raa, Mr. Healr re
Bl plain
. -,i t kkal M*ae of the 9StrarM
? Bm- OorB wuld awark
x iiad n aha
...... EBBarca.
a . ? ' BkMBal party
aafweae* ln
Tbe etii/f D ae Laad liiutine
kKi aud the I'uke Hm Puke baa r.ot BBaBao
M naaata* of
? . to the t'nion
tragga. T.'w L8Mir*l UaiaaBrta
? -;r MganliaBoti nll
It tas t#en *aa**6aBBBf that !n at
? ? -?k will win
14 a ftict that BUaBaa the Gl*d
. ? n.urh b:tt"rne?s.
V fl^AV A PAIT.t'RE.
1 r-m-t t ? -: ad - acgof iBtf Vul
> 4et? expected, must
l . Bvlrnre. She waa intended to
- - BB* haa never
l ??? '-x-tn mort ? . ;tnd that onlv for abati
i akal aa
for. lt Ls a Bta WlU a
aaa ? ...
- ali'.uid be
araatal - pai that r*
' am Tka rei f tk* 1 m the
aaa ,:..- ...
\ ' !??. au?rd t,.. Derwtatlan, at
a ? ? ooav
af for
' ' I have
ad done aa
Wjart fraa Bairlea, and had
to be taken
? aaaa, u,e^ waa
. Uutt tliat
? ... i?. Ln ariii lioitie ai
V***- ' ? ? .th 0M6*a*l^rafl
- - armed w|?, rellable new
r. -
TO BiX,
. ' xearapartner
? I of the -hrewdct
rnrtiv aerfl
V
ta* x
?a.^i. Maaaa i tmn. V9Wfr
mm
' \ TT.
"'?' l a mm kaa) aa*. bv tka d-aih
.. ciil.^rt
*? Ki' "
raaearV atarr. . aratv*
**"* rltfl lyrMfl ka Bm .a*. aad taaaafl
:? ? , ??
??riBn..'' h? aad , ta-tc 8m aaaa, and .uppiieti
69BB lo ie.
?wae aataf agaada, ?.- wcii a-. pi?)? .uid baraaaaaa*.
?? thc bMl aJMaa >c-ar- Bfl b*d Usen ? great lnvalid.
aaa aoae fa-e faaa ago iu. baa 8f !,*> <h.1v BBfl
ZJ* **i dr..?n?i ,|,.. :i)n,, KnA U9 wa*
?"?? tjmte (ae aaroe mttn again.
WlX?IX<?e OVEH TifL CEsARBWTTOat.
Xka nag muti aave woq largoir *t?t ak* Qaaaai
i
wtteh. m aii th* iwatau ntvorttlaa were barked very j
heartlv. Indeed there were no big wtnnara. By the i
auceeas ef Rarlmunde the Duke of Beaulort won about ,
?10.000.
PF.OBI.B WILI. ?BIKK 0LnPA___OKED WIXES. ,
The eonaumptlon of old Buhlooed wlnea deee not
-eem Io ilmtateh. Diirtng the Brat atae month* of
thla vear, en.eu plpes of port were Inrported into
England _..f*aln? 02,478 p-.pea dnrtnf _??""2"'
m perlod of 1PM>. and there eamo 48.13* bntia ei
henry, as cempared with 44.108.
TBE CHAJTOE TO NARBOW BAUOE.
Tha aboMUon of the rTroad ganpe acxt May wui
involve a pradigioua BBBIBBl of exp-nae aadiwaam
rpward ef twenty milea of new aKUnp are WN ?*.
atrocted at *wl_?on to aorommodate t_a roMng rtoek
ST- to bs taken off the line. All tB. modern ,
earriefes on the Great Weaiera Trtem BBBB ?8BB
r3_BBl8l that they ean M eaallr eonverted to
narrow gaugt.
A BEPOBTEB'S AHVBISO ?L _ND*V___a ln
A reporter. exr4*alvrly luaay Mn"d" ^??m_
TheXly Telegraph- B_t "rt____?_35f2
.. mtervlew wlth Mra. ?-?^^J***
_y ?my aon 1. ^S^JJZ ln the od.toHal
Jodah" and Bie ~+~,*?_\\Z waa, of eourae,
rolumna. WM tne oll aWg ?i ^ ?.
-the Uoa of the trlba BlJBB-B^ ^
may have 53TS^i.,S_ar_S took lt down _.
porter, poaalbly alao ?n " EDMrND YATE6.
?'llne." _____?_????
WEABT B1CTCLE RIDERS ARE TBEY.
THE CONTIN-CEff EXERTIOX- IX TBF. FIX-DATS
BACE AT.BEADT BEGISBIBG TO TF.LL.
B_a w?ry riders of _? ateel eteeds at the Madison
J_r! (San continue to *ap their vitality and
__r_v aa thev whirl oround the traek. The at-ane la
!T? afcaart-l aa N was when the rtder*. full of hope
_nd v1?or, made their flylng start on Sunday nlgtu.
The ettendauee at the Garden in the afternoon waa
ftjr whlle last nlpht tLe <?ard*n was well 1111*1. The
attendance 0f women was nnusnially good for an ex
!it_ltlon of thla kind.
An American wa* the flrst to wltitdraw, McDowell,
Uie Phliadelphlan, ttirowlng up tlie sponpe at 3:10.
after havlng corered tlfty mil-_. O'Planagan. the
IrUh patrtot, did not retlre except at reguiar lntervsls.
The merry-^.-round made Wm elecpy and he took re-t
la oopioua doees.
Tliat _pp*_raneea nre not always reliable was illiw
tratod ln the <ase ef __iock. the dogged Gennan cham
plon. _choek'? blcyrle wobbled aU over the traclc.
and the apertator. expected to aea, him tumble and
qtilt at avery drcle of the traek. His friends eay
that he alwayg rldes that way. and that tlie worse
he looka and the more he wobb'.ea tlie better he feeW
and the ._r_ie_ he will go.
Alhert looka hollow-eyod, weak and pale. Lamb is
one of the to_ghe*t I-__ir.it aaaa ln the rare. He ia
a ooal mlner tn.lt i "?<_uh _. a wildcat." as Ua
tralner expross _ lt last nlpht.
Aahirraer, who ha. h.-ld tlie lead In a good part nt
, the raoe ao far, took only forty mlnntes rest In tlie
| flrst clghteen hour_ 1U< toox tl.e l?_d ln the flrst flfty
?Uea, b'it lost Wa atvaataga at 0:15 p. m. When he
rettred to Wa hut for r.-*t and refreahmenV MarUn,
wlK> possescea endurnnre as wp]1 aa speed, went to the
front.
Robb roet with a na?ty atfldent early in the _fter
noon. He fell lainting from his wheel, and re.e.ved
an ugly eut on the head.
There was an exclting flve-mile raee Ut the after
' noon between Arthur Uohb, an Arnertcan r.der, a_d
BidiRrd HoweU, the Eupll-ii t-hampion ahortilaranra
' rlder. The riders rard topcther the whr.le flve mllM.
not <<v'-t three lengths aeuaraUng them at any tuae.
Bobb aron by a ?aarter of a whoel ir. 15 mmuic- aai
&._ seconda. _ .
At 10 ;03 Martin made hl? _C>uCli nule and lie wm
theri ah"ad of all pi?v...u~ rv.-ord- ma<ie in rgmpeti
K_iln wa, aeoond, flva adl - behlnd.
HoweU and Bobh h:id an f-X'i'ing ten-mlte rare,
startme abortty an<:r 1" p. m. It wai
Bobb taMng the lead h\ ihe laat jpul
-Ainranp by an o]
1^ appea-a tl:at ?ue entry I* ealUng n_T faU**
_ 11- name ta n-: ubert, bal Oroaler. iw
oompeted _- v ai alenr ia Bae mm<?? at
. nnder th*" name ol i. won a
i mile r*^ ut tiir amavnrgnmea at Manhattan l'icid Icsi
batarday, bet waa proteatad.
?
.M* j -Tiaee.04 0
Kdlin . ? K ? ?
Urb . 81 .gf" ",
i .8J . i. ?
.-1 . 1'' '?
. lfl
.270 <? ?
Employers and employed, Tmjers and aeber*?all
testif-r Iii praise of the little atrertiaaflNOta or ?_
P'.Jl>l0._ _
' slATE TBBASUBEB BOTEB OS TRIAL.
Tnr -FWTF. AT BTABaiaBTJBfl DECIDKS TO TAEE
VI' K ? i vi'.XT.
Harrl-bnnf, Penn.. Oet. IB (Bpa
took ap this ?fternoon tke Inveettgation ol
rerBorcraad AaBJtor-Oeoeawl oathe
- made by Governor EBittsen thal thev were
irullty of inalfea-at.o?? ln ofltoa la 9*4 BBUdai
Bard-l-v pay orer Stat? nionevs ln his band
ti.e fiii'ttier eha_a thal MeCaautal Kf.ar-d in Berda
ley's prorits. The Baaate < bamher araa fllici wltb
DrominTit men froi:i all nart- of th" _t.it*. lTi.tudinsr
Ora ?" Phll
adeluhia. jnd the naorta wha went Urroaak Bal
beaka. Attoraey-GenereJ HeaaeL la two
iaaiai lhal ba waa preaani aa abdaf laaalatlor: bnt his
method of conductinK the rase shoued 11-- - -
dedrous of n.a_i;ic all ti*} _wni<>rnit.r <*nnit_l h* rn'l_.
lle did n.t make much. .\t Um oateal there ara a
wronule as to whl.-h ahoaM be henid flrst. Bover or
Mci amut. Mr. B?iarl aald ha had paapawei his
o:.i>"-- lo try both at ooee, but the Baaate de. M
Ba at a nme. Mt. BOPBB hrtt. i;ef-.re ' ?
vesiljratlon rtsru-d Baaator Hall. Demwrai. Offered
a iBSOlallllll 10 th*" aBNel tkal as Bov. r aai NeOBBMBl
had denied tkfl Jariailclloa of tiie Baaate Bu try B_em
it am- the aenae of the Benale thr.t Um: l_>dy bad the
rlgkl of tnai. TWa paaetpt-sted a debale in whieh
senator Gobln, Bepakttean. Inatated tkal tke trial
shenkt proeeed aad th<- s_aMaradJasrtadletion bi
at saothar t ate. Mr. Hall iniimated w?t tkere araa _
il triek BOBMWhaia, a remark arblch au^en-d
Mr. Gobln, wbo warned the Deaaaeiala Ikal U it waa
to be polltl'e the BefuMlaana would flr! t tii"m hard
and to tlie end. Mr. Hall's n_o!uTi<m wt_ then Mli
over.
Dlreetly afterward _e Darri_.rat, offer- .
& laaaaaaea that the Attaraay-Oaaaral, a r>_io.r_i.
ikoaM proiaee Jeka Bi.r. _-y a" a wltaaaa. tonator
Bobinson. Bepubllran. saw ln this an ?-Jiort to make
aome eampaign tbanier for Um Daaaeeraey; a:,d ha
piainiy BBd tha Demacrats tkal tke Beoata had the
power ol summonilng Wltnaaam Then he offered BB
amendme_t to tbe elTeet that tka AB sral at
the fceuate'. -.uti"*Bbb akaald preiaee _?" oaay
Bara_kB7 but aay attm v? **9> eai the
am-nled re?.olutlou wa
Wkaa Ihe Boyer oaae- wae called. the AMoraep-Oea
erol told what he piapoaad te akow. He aaaal over
4 Bardaley- aUefei ateatlnsa aa alvaa ta
r?i meamaja, aai allagai that Um aaioual
was ai.:?.x1,000. Mr. SkaptaT, Mr. Boj r'- i i
-inned Haasel down t - .' I ?'" t!'"
.,..-_?. t!_.t ta.- a-KHUrl - ? (HW,
U-U1 were Franrla b. II
ona'ef i_ttia **ion?r_. ai ValhiaD
_,,?i PauUre who ? ' rhe^
_?va __%e_ee tka_ -2 i_t been bi ,
?, Phlladeli
,.,.,. oa to-morrow aa account ol fieaalm
rd'a druth._
Y____tr OT PKOFESSOR IJXCOLX.
Providane-, R. I.. Oet. IB (Spadal).-_he Bn
Profeaaor John L. Llnroln took plaee la Ihe
Chureh, of wmeh he wns dearon. nt noon to
n,e ataaaata of Brawa miver-ity attended in
_. (y>.T Abbobb thow. veaaeal were eataraar n. w.
und'w.iium (.oddard. e__ncellor of the aalverally;
. xCh'i.. JuaUca U^ee ai.d a large BBBakBT of fellewa
S-trBBkM- 01 the rnlve;;ty. The rbiirrb wm
,; with IhB Blamal and the friend, af th- dead
,. T),, ,,-ev. Dr. Il-nry M. Klng. fW
! rklbalalpMa but formerly pastor crf lh> Wml
pip t.t CW-r. h. roadnrt-d the ^rvioea. MB?
V.L had _a_raa of u* -anf. J- ?^-fc*T?i2
! .T*X*1A^JSS^^1
iheii.orlal h-rviee at 0>a I I ? ' ' r5"'"''
THE S.ILE OF lEATi POB " U CtBAU "
n ajaaaaaod ?
rastariat aftaraoaa atll
Bral ir-r-_??__< laato- naal BWiaa a
The Brrt acat. were aold nt #10. and ti, I
io bu. it th.;. InBail bbbBb. had "l<jr" t,|Ul liH,f u"
iiakaiBa aaada wer_ paa haiara aat wer* aold al Baa
tkaa *i<-. Um ?n.ajic_t pi->?_ p_w Im a s*Mt "" a*
lower flo-.r waa ?7. Th- BBjBI bo??? wcre ?"^ n'Xl
aud broiiitbt reapeeUvelv BB?B? !?*. BBB. #?6- ?55
#B0. 812 and 812. Beal- ... ti.e l_al_-.i.v BMBB *A**_
from 08 to 81 -0. and thoaa tn t_* aaihsrv at? fr?_
81 26 to 7* eeaita. liae *-t*l aala a??ntaB ??
BMTla
P&LITICAL ODDS AXD ENDS.
McKIYLET'S TIRELFA- WORK IN MIIIU.
TILE W0RK5 THAT ARE AJt OSJZCT I.FSSON TO
VOTITRS?CAMPBELr. IN CINf! NN ATI.
fflT TBLCOBAril TO THJ. TKlBLJiB.1
Columbus, OhVo, OcU M.-Major B< Kinley opened
Ihe hwt week but one of hls remarkabie canvaM t>T
ipealdng to-day to a great m.etlng ln Zan*svUle, tlie
county seat ,.f llueklngnm Coant*. Zu?>'-ville la a
buey anfl pro?ree?lve mannfvwturtDf town. noted among
other thlng* for the ex'-ellenre of ita Uie works, tbe
well-known Enrauatlr. Tlie Companv. lt has Just en
fcrged Ita produdng capar ity flve Umn and haa bullt
work* ooverlng thirty-flre arree of ground, aod thls
great expanrion of the tlle-burnlng ltidu?try under the
protection afforded by Uia present tariff gave Major
McKinley a Mflfltf example of the beneflta ef t*ie
protectlve ?yst?tn whleh Im waa not ?low to enlarge ;
on. The Major reached ZaneavUte about noon. oomtog i
drtwD from Canton. and waa warmly welromed by a
Wg orowfl which wm waltlnf in the raln to recelve p
hlm. Ii wm intrnfled to hold the afternoon meeUng
out of floors on tte campus of the Putnam Pemlnary
bnt the raln fefl ?o heavily thnt the trpeech had to be
made_ ln*t?*ad In the rtty* opra hOBflfl. It wm a
repnnentatlve and enthu?lMtic pather!ng, nnd the
spealter's eloqnence made a marked lmp.-e.alon.
The Repub!lr4n oandldRte wlll spend the greater
part of thta week la the amtfeeaetarn rorner of Ohio.
Thls part f.f the State ls Republie.an in the maln. and
Major M. Kinley wlll endenvor to stlr np the pepnblleon
farmers aud bnng out Uie entire party vote. Ta
BMrrow afternoon he wlll vMt MoConnell-vllle. Morgaa
County, and ln tha ererhig will apeak at Marietta. fhe
oldeat town ln the Btate nnd thc *<-af of Washlnirton
County. On WMnesday he wlll speak In rlie small
towns ol Caldwell, Noble County, and C.imbrldge.
Qaamaej Oaaatp. ?n Hmraiay afternoon i.e wiu be
at IiarnesvilK In Belmont Couutv, and ttiat night lie
wlll reaeh PeiiiiirB, a tnannfueturlng town on th*
OWo llirer, iif-arlr oppo*lte IfhflflBag. The hl
flay* of the week will U: epent np near the Major's
home, near Canton. On Frlday h? will l< at New
U*lK>n anfl ToongBtoWU. ln i'olumt i . whii h
ng a part of hls old CongreM <:i-tr;.t. On
?>?tuid^\ evenlni he wlll ipeak ai Cleveland.
Bemtary Foster will Thnrs
?i ikitip his HiKf speeeh at Flndlny. F..x Ppcaker
lieed wlil b"gln next JtoaiM] at Ir..
Goi ? * thls even?
ing of enu-rtng Ilamilofti Ooonty. where there ls a
eratlc opponltton t<< M? candtdaer. He
-poke ln (inelnnatl wlth Bepreaentatlve Crlsp. of
-'. who has follow,-,] Mr. Mi!!- to Oblo lll <juest
crf *upp,,rt for the spe?ker?l?lp ? f tiH MSt Ilon-* of
R< pr. -??? t itires.
SENATOR VEDDER AXSWERS HILL.
he satp that tiie governor mai.f. a wxjarvt
mis-tatk.mi.nt about his purchase
of land is chicago.
Governor Hill. wlth his asnal di.-reoid <,f faeta, sold
in his spee^h at Cooper T'nion that > atoia Vfl tt
Krvln liad ??r-nre<l a leave ofl BbeflBee f."om Albeny
wfetto the Worid's Fair bill wa- pondinz. anfl
*me$ had pan ' la fhicago.
r VlrtltfT is ln town, and ffi hN d<*ar. unmistak
able langnage. he intlmated ye?-rerday that CKivernor
HIH t.art wllfally aald what was nr't tnie.
" I wish to say." he *ald, "thwt for niv^elf I liad no
leave of abaeore rlther lo Jsnunry or February. lHftO.
durlng the pendeney ,,f thfl PTortd'i ! ilr bill. Tlie
Renate Jounial prov?v? that, notw I ihe as
-^rtl m of OofWfla Hill. I was praseat ln my seat and
rny aaflM wa- reOfltflad everr day f^i r.li
"Whut about the Chkago land flaal, >-;....torl"
'? I d*?!re :,, ?ay that durlng the entire leaaifla of
1800 I wm not In Chcajn; I wa> not out of the fitat"
of ?wY<,rk, and I was DOt we^t Of AlbBOJ. The con
trvt fur the purcha<-.- of land was made on March 10,
uid at DO time prio- t,? that date ibd 1 have any
lataaaaj la tl," land ll qnaaUoo by . ?traet, option or
oflherwtaa. Vp to that ? tl -- land
or Um airenf. J. V. Mallette. or Mr. Itakwatflft th-.
from v. Jr,ni It l . "., 16'jO.
-The stateaMnta of Qovanoc inii U .; i i ad a leave
uf ab-*t,.e, tbut I hud an i*itere-t ln tli^ Im.d prlor t<.
tha pus?jf;.: ?f Cie WOlM'l Falr bill nt Al anv. or ut
Bfl Wtiefl the U'..rid'? K.ilr bill WM pflMfld bv
QungaflflB, F"t ruary 24, l**'.*). ave al iqunll
-.- (1 inalicunisly fals? in flaeh und every par
ti<ii-:ir.n
? niiat nlK)nt tlie d :ed being dated Mir.-h 1, 1S0O?"
' It had tl it date because Mr. Mnllette. thfl
. npttftn ,.:i tl.r land fioui .Mr. npaliwatl
,;,,.n Mr. Erwln a:,,l I . then made
-r.tmct wlth Mr. Freahwa ? con
>n of takiug il,e optfoii ^.i
- lould improve tlie land which we hat.
? bj pntttai in draln^,
and maf".,'!:-.t:.
,at<r. tl.e d'-ed seems to have been cxecuted on
Aprll 0. 18001*
i , BxeeatMl on that <1'ite, and dated
;. 1800, bwaaaa wa bad aar**d M tmv .
on tta arartaagefl froa Kareh, 1800, and therefore th?
...?.-d * i with tb* d
Tb'- rl ?
?
ili it .:at?- aad Man ii : >. l - ?
i ot tftte earUOed to i-. tbe la
.. I ? _ m_
IXDOIM.D BY THF. REPUBLICAN MJl!.
BTEARTT PRAIST FOB THT. CAXDIDATE8 OB THK
CITE ..: . Ti' KET.
The inxMithiy *M**ing of tta Bfl a wa^
h.-l.l Bl
The . .1 "? Ing reaolntl ??
aad t mntj UeBat were nnaolmouitj adopted.:
.-it ti :k*l of itraaht
g j , BbUcao
?bll. an to e*ra
it, ln.- v. to.
It reeegaiSM with bb! n amone BM
? o of IM old ai.d ? -
.- aaa lutil n.anr ai.d
?.,.. pra JaeUee
of the lapraae Court, and bieye! loog a merober
af our azseatrvB eoaadtta, foi Judga of Um awaatMi
Coart
.1. I*ag*4M Ward randMate for fagge <t th? C
c-ommon r-lea?, and Baary Graa ? and I bai - '? (tanta
fn /aatMaa of the City Court. ar? d.^ii of eXperieMM and
I |a tbett prafeaaleo a/.d ? mld do eredit M Uie
iMidMaa* <o~ BBMaara, Jeka R. Kagent "
,i an-i r>r. Qaara* w. I arttay of bm
i'.epublleana.
Tk* <lub ha* already ir.dorsed ti
The loOealag aew memicrs wer* - dent?
FRatarleh W. -ex-bei. wllMaa Wad* and G. H. l]
beck. Ban-ieaigoflt-Jaa . aan ai d i
hes were n:ude by Artkar C. Wade, tke
?
LraUdate for Btal
Udntea an tbe county Ucket: 1. Lanirao.i
\> ,! i. xi. - I aMward T. Barl i
HENRY A. MF.VKK'- CA!H kSfl IR r,no?>KI.YN.
The eaavaa af Henrjr A kterer for tta Maroraltj
iktag rapid agvaae** bl BrooBtTB. Mr. v <
aatng aIB*6 bv CBarlaa A Bakalrra, pre-.-ient of the
; atker a*er
. v-v, york. T4>a r m froa boo* to 9 p. a.
B*a xx IU be Kiv*ii al tb hanRe
m Btaatagaaa*. to Mr. Mayer. 1 ?
BepnbUoaai will fce?e a awaa-i ?
tl.e paaa of Preep*rt I'-u-k. 1 be Third '
wBI arBw Uie ran.
of Um Bep*
d i roaBlya i rt-ralag.
PoUc laagalla'i p
I.. work .
late
*
i replled to
an li.' ? ?'"?
I.,'-T i'K r.i'.i'i ? Ga TO -V";,IT
I ba hekl in
th,, ut] to oagbt:
Voaai atan'i l*d lf|f'?
i
i,-. v terB. Lalrd. 1 ??-. Dc ? i Marer.
I X
V(, | ... a . t . be adil ?? ?-' by H. A.
l Vrooaun ? ""&?
be aa
I
trkt, No. 147 We* . dy***ad
- ii ?- .
ABwrnbly DMBrlc I Begal "-." _16B f-1
.,-t vr, ba ' Baflly. ?? ??
and ' ? I Sutli. rland. v .
. 1 ?
a*^reaaad b\ M. D *. J- Barad -
I i k, i,e addnaaaed i.x .i ne? i:
'" \Ve-t ^ide Kep .
. ?? ad Vnaaa
I all aai W. 1
?
thi: fworuem uaaai b bab ?*
x i un.ber of Baaaalttaaa ?*t? appoMtod raaterOaj afur
.aon ai B* 81 Naaaau-at. by Oi* BlBllll I ?6aaB**a Bl
ZTrltmYt umttmmt baagaa ta* ttaa*at*a_ttaaaaa.
1 ? .Ip? ti ^n , aW.66H*BB6?|jdaB*Jfc
aV. J. BMata. a. w- BBaBaauaai aa* BJBM. ??
tiemliig. Tha fellawiuj toramutees ware alae ehaeen:
Meetlng* and hpeakera.' R. M. *.*. WaillBf; Law, Mwln
L. Deiiflald; Llierature. A. C Bernhelmer; Flnance.
Ouatav H. Sitawab
R,porta tm tkt fllff*r?nt Aaeentbly fllettrtrt*
ln which th? L'at'1" ?>?- fllflhM nonttralea ?' lndotwd
candJiiataa wara of a gn*ifyli>a nature. They ?>mni to
coavtae* ti.e Ls%gn,- ...?-. .h* ?o-? whlrh It vrm* dolaf wn
not In taai. r*r*i . j . k UU* ?? wlth Danlsl E. Dew.
llng, ln the IVth IiswbMJ Dlstrlet! Morrt* Raroett. ln
tha Xllth. John V Ifl We XVUi. Md William
J. O'Dslr. ln the XXIIU.
TIIE WORLDS FAIR ROCKP7T WOULDNT GO.
IX FACT, TnE DKMOOUHC DEMONSTRATIOS IS
HARLEM was M*APPOiynxo IX
-i.VERAL WAYS.
The Democratic Bflflflflfl had made arrangetnetts te
have a "grnnd demonrtrattcn'' laM night ln Harlem
ai.d so lt ralned. If the weather bad been flrter lt
mlght bave been a h.g afTulr. bnt roort Democrata are
not foafl of ptfl-e. uw.Uulten.ted water. A Otatar* wa*
a long pararte of ol | ? Democratic rhibs north
of Ptfty-nloth-st.. w.th bras* hands p'.aylng
"Maggle MnrptiyV II. tne'' and ather patrioUc
ain. All the l?e:nnrratte oandldates were
placed on view ,i, Helmoat'o Rldlng Acadomj.
where the meetlng wm hflM, and afterwnrd under um
brellaa on the - grand stand" at One-hundred-aiid
fwenty-foiirth-'.t. atd li Nlohotas ave.. from whldi
place U?e candidate* revicwed Uw'parade. The long
llnes of drtpplng DemorraM started at Ono-lmitfred
and-stxth&t. and Lextugton ave. The llne of march
wa* bnlfliuit wlth ChtaflM lnnterns and flags and tte
paraders were flkflfliflfl by the people on the streeU
who had bravcd th" itOflB.
A lot of flreworks w.-re set off oear the rlding
academy. Th? pi-ce vhU h wm to t4sU th* people of
Harlem the old MM flbOflt the Republlcan* steallng
*cion.ooo,oo?> nt aaodlBg the World'a Fur to Chlcago
mmtt M work. Tha ^:m>0.000.000 came ont alone.
bnt qniekly dlod. Then Uie word "stolen"' ln gor
geous red nppeared for ? BOOMBt and that flnl
Tlie portnlts of Mr. PlOWflT and Mr. Sheehan were
greeted with wild bmahfl by about slx etitlr
tto mt ol thc 0,000 pcople malntalnlng an AflfltDOaa
sllen. c.
In the riding *ead<*mv were gathered abont X^xm
Tammany men. Vhfl lihflWflfl th-nnelves hoaree at the
MBtioti ol Mr. Ctaretand'i and Oorflraor H.ir
- HflBfjr P. MeOOWfl tktxt the meettng to onier
and .1,.1-la:, L. M- ?? BB '-liairman. He in'.['.
Mr. I'lower. Mr. -hee.ian and the otnercandlda.es
,,., ihe State Ucket, Mr. Flower'a ?p?erh wm
,-rv about Uie Worid's Falr. ti.e Oensns nnd npfd tranMt.
,-, M.-re ..I-" made b> the other candidate ?.a?d
?ibel P. Fltrh. Charles W. Daytoa, < o,?,nel John
lt. Fell BBfHM ?? W?
HARD AT WORK IOB THE COUNTY TICKET.
ADMIRABT.E QCAUnCATIOaS OF THE REPU3U
CAN C\NI?inATEi-THEIR PRO?
BHXGBT.
Though the Ivflly BMM eaotcal I- th- mo?rt prom
ir.ent katan flf Ua '"'" !l ^",'',? ?*n'?,t work
bafl been perform-d oo bflhfllf of the r.dmlrahle county
Uefeel WMUaafled b| Uie Hepubiican^. F.ach of the
eandidntes has ? le-t of per-onal frb-nds. and the
rrmntv orgatiiiaMon i- dfllag mu<h efTectlve work for
the whole tleket.
Ertwaid T. BaHtett who head- the Republlean
% HflM M eead flaM fur Jaattflfl of tl e snpreme
bu Odned I a*Me popnlnrity among Repub
lleiai by !: ??!* M thc organization aafl
.level'.i.n-.ei.t I f 11. - I ? poblflflO OkM. Hfl haa -
favorite campaign atafloa in many previous poOtleal
I'ontests. He Will B thfl **BM** BOt onlr of ?*"
pubifans. but of many othcn whaWia of Mb *w
?s a member of tl.e bar. Bfl ls at the head of the
<aw flrm nf ?arUfltt, Wll-on A Havden. whlrh BM
b-en engag.?d In BBCh Important litigation ln Ihfl
. ourt-.
Myer S. Isaacs, the candidate for Judge of the eu
perior Court. Ifl BBA af the mt able and popular fll
ti,e R.pnbiiean eahdMat , He ranlB k< flaa of the.
leuding Nal-aatate tawyen ta the fllty. He has high
repme Mlhl "? *"U ft* H PwUslng mem
I .|.e bar. Il< b?a thfl h d Um cimnty
Denoctaey, and alao Bineh wpport from lndependent
rotCH and among tl. * memh-r- Of hta rece wlthont
regard to polit. -. RH ?V" rietiee. lej.rninn nnd Jodg
BMOt make t't wtU mied tor Ju-Mmi
Tlie BepebBcan asaitaMa for JBdga ot the court ot
common Fle_a. J. Uafiofl Ward. hus wlde aodal and
l.ral aeg-atataneea. maMng htm a atrong candidate.
? m by t-tthful
war. III ? Bm Bee has been
h aupport from
taaa Bepnbl
other eand Uil (Or ladgesklpa
... alectton ta
an Uie
: nd both hv
of tbe I'.-publi.-aB
Mr. Cronln waa a eaadl
eai of
of Um Bepn " '"','
John v "- ' ?
Coronera,
?
;. .liU. a, :m - ls one of ti,
few B i
' ? ' in ;P'r""f
tha eerrnptkm ani pati mage employei by th. T?m
? Mera.
Tn_ < "ii . _- ente
Hall ta th
porti ? ' Democrai
ol Tannnany tteelf. Beesrs.
lUHletl lv\ ???- and '? tfd and U*
iv .i ine Io al Uchel tee\ ? ? the oauooa.
.,?.. ,, ?i publle *ci tlmem **
S fnrther contlnnatlon of
? r\: ,:v n ? |e : ' mpo tanl boi ceglected
L*nc.lS r ty
rtli'."... wo-M. Ifete ted. aee_
for.;': '?_?_ ' "t tke m-.t tattMBI and ta
da-Wooa Ccroners who haa held U
{^dl^^wh'k* ha. longatu bed to tke a
? : that offlce.
OOBORATTTLATlOXa FROM BB. PLATT.
rtew-Haven, Oei. 10.-Aftar orer half i
f?,. . ., ..... -Tke MoralBB Pallad.um
a- Hl. i
Uihway of Sea ? rk.
property. It wiB be vlg
Vl.u.-r from Tho;:.,- I
_Ung Connaettcoi
? ?-.. Mr. I__t.
lt IU
I wn 1
totag.
j .ME. R To'.v ' " BBD POB t?B
,i tfanaam -f tka P i ?
ff?W . ' r 'r C?"'
net
_R. IBIDL'B 01
Ph ?
-
Tbe onderuklaff la ? "
uln?,.T.ts iifferlag ?
?.de re.
fa,t th .t th. r ara _ i <?? ' -
,. ..f_.....f< ? in";,
Uhfa profra?e " J"
Bgectariaad hi? aaawlrlana
?,. prat.onn.f- 1 ' ??" "arn,lv ?""?
?nd wklla every a. " " "" ?*'
earaaal ?'- *_ _*
.__.?... bl Mr II.
MMH- w. ? ? ">H - ?*?? a Thf
? Kroo-ld. a |
, ?? hw, aad M i
rthrt . Baad I" weU, V.-t.-r it-r
L-rt. It?f_
?
? '? 'lT'
_-?
fi.V.
Mr. Baauf r?al ' " "f t'"' "?i'":,"wr? ">*
atrtral ma.-a ''h?rle* tni -uaiav. Prahm,
? _ T.'.UT._r II-: ' ' ' ' '"" I
Lpa, BB-waaakeaa alatp *m rcam ajd. ?mbimaadr a
?i.u Mrtn?, ? - larn. keemm me aaaa
Al THE NATIONAL CAFITAL
TR<X>PS OX THR MBXICAX BORDER.
Waehington, Oflfc Hi.-Brtpsdler-General fltanley.
conimandlng tl* Department of Texas. ln hls annual
report to the Har Department dctails the locaUon
and otrer.gth of the bordcr garrison*. and says that
the- are murh to,. small for the servlce expected of
them. He says: "There Js no complalnt to be en
terteinad of the Mexiran Go-vernmeml: Uielr offlceis
do thelr dutv, bnt the frontler ls 1.000 mlles in ex?
tent, and no police, civll or milltary, can effectoallr
watch ?orh a bonler and entlrety ptevent crUne, rt>
qulrlng nettce by the Cnfted Matee toreee. We flnd
that the very presemoe af troopi servea a? a reetralntng
MfaflflMfl." Thc fact that tho numbe? oi desertlona ln
the latt half of the flscal year is only ab4>ut oue-half
as great <u the number ln the flrat Ax montha is a
Iwpeful slgn. Oeneral Stanley recommends tba pur
chase of old Fort Douglaas. and speuks hlghly of the
beuefits roultlng from tlie Joint encampment ef I'nlted
Stat^a trex.ps and ihe State Gnaid. He refere to the
UielBclent condition of the transportatlon aervtce of
Ihe Department aa likely to caute bad rosulta, rnd
says tfiat U.e Hmall number of offlrers *,eeent, wlth
thelr reglmenU ll a most serlous drawback to eflicienfy.
PRAISED FOR COOL ACTION ON THE ATLANTA.
Washlngton, Oct. 10.?Captain Phllllp, of the T'nltefl
Stat^s ?teamshlp Atlanta, ln hls report to the Navy
Depirtment on the exploslon of gas that caused the
accldent ln the Atlanta. he says:
I d<-*lre to c?ll the artentlon of the Department to
Uie tcM of tho execuUve ofiicer. Lieutenant I. M. L.
Mason, au5 the rarp.-nter. E. W. fraig. who fearles-iy
n.|,e(i "king cimpartment, followed closely
Mi.-iii. inasiet-at-anu-: John Kronberg,
*hlp's ; .tte. who by
tn if t*ool lodgmenl and decded action w.ih the appll
! ih- ship lo, ate.i tbe tronbta and soon dNpclied
all anxiety on the pa.t of others who were at their
sutlon- for an eniergemv. I.lentenant Ma*on report*
that E C j 1 and Trlttan, by thelr action ard
idered invaluable asslstani-e. In nnciu
? ,...ir. bere to state that I consldei- the Atlanta
?ea-boal I have evor been on boani
of. #
Ni, fiFTTCIAI. WlWi OF ITALY'S ACTIOX.
Waahtagtoa, Oet. 19.?^flfllfltMf Wharton sald thfc
mornlng that' he had recelved no eommunlcatlon
tttlm from tlie Amerlcnn Mlnl-ter at R.>m? or from the
[taUaa Mtntatry that tlie Italian Government had
??: ?o geactad the decree prohlbitlng th? Importa
if Amerkaii po-k lnto Italr.
-?
REDE-MPTlON OF BONDS.
Washlngton, Oet 19.-The amountof 4 1-2 per cent
haoda ndflemed today was f 14.200. mahlng the total
to date $20,250,350, and leavlng outstanding $5,254.
:i:,o. t
THE HOBOKEN P06TOFFICE.
Washlngton. <">ct. lf?.-The contra<t for the constrnc
.' the pT*tofflee at Hoboken. N. J.. has been
awarted to Jobnstoii * iyrens. at thelr bid ot $37,900.
THE PREPIDBNT AT THE OPERA.
jraebblftaa, Oct. lP.-The Presldent and Mrs. Har
rlsou, acsompanied by Mrs. MeEflfl and Mrs. D!ml-k,
occupled alox at Albangh's Opera Honse to-n!sht. wlt
oesflng the ne-hrmance of Mlss Agnes Huntlngton In
ibe ?i.era "Captain Therese."
? ?
MF.ITENANT COWI.KS WANTED IN WASHINGTONV
Washlngton, <u't. lO.-Commodore Ramsav, chlcf
? Bnreaii of NavlgatJon. has sent a telegram to
Ueofeaant Cavlflfl, lato of the Despatch, luquiriiu' a.
to the Deeaadty Of hM r?ni?lninc at Absateague U*
,,.,. m no offlclal report has yet been
r~-cived at the Department ln regard to the caus? of
the loss of the Dwpatch. thls telegram ls bellevcd to
S an lr.Unu.Uon that LientenantCowles shouhl como
to WaahtagtOfl and report.
,-??-?
SAX FRAXCTSCO'S PUPLIC BUILDIXG.
A DEFE2CCE OF THE BTTB CI.0-E5-CHFAPER AMD
LARGER THIS' A.VOTBER SUGGESTED.
TotheEdltorof-heTrlbnn*
Mv attention has been caTled to an artlele m
yonr taaaa of the llth tast iwhleh somehow aa-apeb
my norle- at ttie tlmel under the headlng of "B*yond
? _ HemB.- Your San Frar.claeo c?rr?pond._t 4*
appnrraa of the taceUon of the new poitofl-e in tk_.
clty. He WlttBBt "The growth of the dty h en
| the street, due we* froT. M.rU.-'t.
Thla ia not'altosether true, but !f it were the locatlon
a, f.xed IM the new .tte would be correet, aa Market-et.
BthwaM and nortlieaat. and all the atreets lylng
4 Ikal .treet rnn eaat and w*st and north and
and the etre-ta wmtl. ._! lt run at rlght angl. -
with Mark. t-at.. that Mreet dlvldlrg the two ayat-ms.
correapeodent aaya tka prim pald is too Bmek.
. _, do! I have Bointeaeo-ta
the property, bnt ba*. smne "hurea in a road runi.ing
. _t loeatlaa, as I huve ln the road runni: |
tbat rowr auaimpeaianl reeoauneaie, and
. |a Baa . mnrlsro but am
?, thal the railroad al ;h,-n* "' a?
w1th , m io<at,on thal waa
I have kr.own tke eBy of Baa Praaclseo from its
neaiei by your corre
,t Ii of nmc- ieM area than the one ekOBBB. and
would. a- I BBderataod, ro-t more money. wh'le the
, . .r. o* battee h>4ar. and
,, of Baa Praaetaeo B BWfiaf west as your
rorrespondent trnly myi. T_f> Me thnt he wanta ta
? ehoaeB between Bbrtk a d
. . Hla l icatloa i> upon MaikatBi; the one
ieo Market and Mlaatae ate., coatirg aaa_k
belng aweh larfer. lt w-uld aeeea
aome otfcer reeew
la. that of locati.m that la eanalM the eomptalnfc
Ddleve the tocation to be ncht a&r. and that he
before it win be nta tha: those ti._t
, bwtmed bettas ibaa tke; ^?-HrNTINGT0N.
Bew-York, Oct. 1?, 18B1.
?
HE MAY nEf.ISTF.R FROM Rlfl HOTKT..
To the Editor of The Tribune.
\v;i: r m ptoaea artvise nm through >our cor
leepoedenoa eajnmna a* ta whether I have a rlgkl to
? ita fall! 1 h;-v. lived at a certain hotel ln this
irtng tha laat two wlBten, spendlng ea. h summcr
? th.intry wltii my famlly, poing. however, to dif
ferent plaeea for tke aaaaBaer. Lasrt y. ?r i redistered
Ms hotel and vot _. But thla fall i mtanmi la
? on October 18 with mv famlly, aeeapylag Um
tame rn. m? we vacatei IB Bag. 1 hav. nn other red
.,.-,.,, - : re-engaged my rooma for my f?m
Uepteaiber, 4 them "".JjouibbB
1 Xew-York, Oet. 18, 1BB1.
iVou are entitled to ro__tter and TOte from yonr
m | -tiii your plaee of reaidei
Jthoagh you were ahaent teae
Vou iii'v 'late ti.e bei?inniiii: of your
r/.,.,.. 0f n.- | time yon tirsf WBBt
to Uw at the botel, lf in tlie loterveni-f tin..
lT_d elsewhere at laterrale, and with
the conataat pnrpoae of retantag to the hotel as
? ?? .? I ahode.?E4.J
BASTROVXD 8HIPMEXTS FALLIXG 8FF
v . . \ND rNSATI.-ilC-TORY PROBLF.M
. lUIUtOAb MEM.
; ? : ..i s., Joyful
They iiud
Bfl they w nild be put to their
?
.? '
l
.!-.. N-.i i.niv 1- baMMafl dull. but the
r-'irn waeh I
ti In
was -
ad f, water comp< I
have
...re (haa Mm (UpaMati hy nn'..
by th.* ratl
Inetefllna hoth Ihraagh anfl local
: ?., :,.-.,:,|.i ??
M and
MM pari *d Mal
- -....
f?ll awr.v from loa.vj;, tflfli for ihe p:
? week.
.rn and proU Joei from
rraffli
.- week, a d? ?? Me I l.aM
totis a oondlnfl weeh
, derWM
tjrled '?'?'? per retri of thi- traflic, the pesjnsyl
"iesg., a4ld OrOSM Tni.K
11 per i.-nt and tbe BalUmOTB and i>hlo IO per cent.
FOVXD DFAD IX A CLVB-BOVBM.
a prsuaBi ii - . m in Ttir.
M v\!l.\! Ta'.' ATIII.! ''*'?
lE.Tonng.ap
f,?'!,.l ,!?
.,1 7::i0 ..'.:?' Id'
mldnlght .. Ur. Youi.g ?
... ua ?:. arhlch be aeespta*. i-?
* the club was a
Ufl ? a .- f.. ? ti. t UM dlaeorery waa r.
flsor M< h.*1 ttie hall boy twed a pasa key and <?n
anttftai Um MflM "au Mr Y"un?'? *>"** ***** "'?
bafl anfl UM ??? buruisfl ln oue buraer ?f UM okm*?
lMr. fJoroner Levy eame to tta erobbooae about
11:30 and gat* * permlt for the removal of tke body
to Xo. 427 Weat Tweoty flmt-st f'oroner Lery aatd ka
thcmirht Yoang Juad agggg heart tronbl*.
Mr. Ymmg waa n member of the pcibrUhlng koaaa
of E. * J. B. Yoonr. of COoper T'nion. He llved wltb
hia fathT. He wa< a wldcrwer and waa thiftF-two
yeara old. He waa a member of Ihe Lotoa Club. tk*
Manhantan A'hlrtl.- Club. Uie Amertoan Yacht Club an*
the 7th Rejriment.
-?
A LOCOBOTIFE'S JWILKR EXPL0DE8.
THRF.F. Bfaflg ICILLED AXD OXE FaTALLY I*>
JfRED OK THE RKADIXC* ROaD.
PottlvIlK Peno.. iKt. 19.-At 0:45 o'clock thla
evenlng a terrlble aeridoot liappened at Tueker'i Watck
Box, a ?hnrt dlatance below Mt. Oaar, In whtoh thre*
men were klll-d and one man xth rataliy i*lor*d.
Monntaln englne No. 9W on, Uie Philadolahia aol
Ketadlng UaJroad waa drawlng a traln of ompty car*
up the grade, whoc the boller etplodod. corapletolr
aerrrolUhin* tha eaurine, tewrlag up tha trmcka and
dolng itrent dtamage to telegrapli lluea and Burrouadlng
properw. Tha names of tha aUled ?ra: Cbarte*
Warnl'-Ser. brakeman. of Bk Hair, Henry Wagner.
englneer. of I'ort t'arbon; Mahlon Keeeo. flreaan, oi
at. i-laair. Ctiarlea llauer. brakemaxu. of bt. Clair. f
fawl'y Inlured. The mon were ln U.e englne ral?
xrlien tbe exploalon rook pb* e. B* ??uee la aattaaail
f>r the exploalon, Um eiitUwo being juet out oi tta
, t_'?
THBKB LIVBS WERE LOST IB TBE WBECK.
Durinit the *f vere g>le of Wedneaday laat three per
?ona loat their fivea by the wrerkinx of tha arhooaer
Ukwrenee, whirh an aahore near Bo-kaway Beacb.
The bodlea of tb* aec-ond mate. Lewi. and a aeinaa
aaaed John Whlta I .-?- beea ^w;dJ>nVS?a* '
of another aea-man named Kane haa not bocn foiin*.
-??
TIIE BakOOBXTll ANI) I,or5T<iX FJCPHES8.
Lous; l?:aiwl and Kaeteni 3Utei Line. a toUd veett
bu'.ed traln. Pallman Ueepere, cbib car. leavea Lon,j
Nland Clti and Br '? 1 p ni. '?? r Ko.t/m *nd Xew
Ennlarul p-Ii.ta. Nochaime. r-eo rUlroad coiiimr. . .
-? ?
Dan't Ie. lhat Ceoab < ontlnor. Stop lt at once
r-.th Piaoa lure for CofiaurapUon. It 9*9*6 fall.. *X.
Ali dru^l-t*._
Mcbla Cempnny'o Extrac. of Beef,
Makea a cl-ar IJ?ef T?a? ln one mlnute.
aa -??"
MAURIED.
UTTjrOBTOB BTfrOBM fl* Sunday, Oetober 13. 1861. M
bi'i Ctaad. i.y aa Bev, 1. U. S U Aaaa U.
1 ... x-r.hir I.:vn,war ,n. Nith af BewVTera.
PEE3---I^AMIWItN?Octol*r 14, at the Uhuru* af St Joha
tjie i Paul M.ii.i.. i.y te- lUift.t Itoxer?.id
the Aaalatant Dll - 'k*, aealated by the R?V.
Howard H t.;?in>. cj.rtru4* e.d-r da',nhu.r of CoaoutM
Char'.-s B. I^mborn, U, VfBiaM 1*0**8 Fe?t.
DIED.
BAIRD-On Saturday. Octobar 17, John Bair*, la Uu
?er,-nty-awDnd vear of hl. aaa. _. ...
>-une-?l BervMea ?IU be hmd at hia rVu realdenea, Na. *M
I^\iiurv,ii-ax- . it 10 B'aoek oii fi.eaday BMBBBBB an*
all frl.-nda are Inx-ited to alfnd.
InbTDK-nt at th- BoavaaieaM of Uie famiiy.
BE? KWITH-At P4t?r40n, X. J , 0.:to?>er 19th, Eath.*
a.. arkattw of BM St* Xtaablta 0. Br-kwivh, i? taa
Tlat raw of hfr age. -. -~ ?.?
Fun.rii wnrlea crtll be held at her late rwaidence, zis
BiaaflBjaa. aa w-dneaday, Oct. 21?t. at 2 o. m.
BttiHOr-OetBtar lb. af xa.vular dlaeaa. of tba J?4?r?,
Ulta Low Buiop. wlfe of D. B. BllbBg, and daugbter
rSJSu It'lUfaaal^fMaBj Churah. ?ih-a. ??d *U
ave., ?n Tui-aday. '-'Oth in-t.. at if) ovio-k a. ro
CLKIt'lHl-.W-i-.:,rered loto rrot on teaturday. Octabev 17.
ra* XX'. ClerlhaW. a^aaaal
R.Utlfe. and fri.nda are Invtted to aftrn* UMfaanl
aarvieM at bla late reaid-iKe, 279 \ora-at., Jx-raey cny.
Tueada kaa 80, at 3 o rlotk.
Klndiy oatit tloxrera.
OILDEIUiLEEVE-AI Xevy-York, Oct. 19. 1801. of
t rro:d lev-r Henry Oildaralaeva. ir- .acond aa* af
lirt.ry A and Vtrgaa* trocherjo Giider'le.-B. la a*
ruBenl'at V^atBiiliaiaFa Churei. aaaaa 6?gkMa.
and M:u-.M...-ax^., ou Wettaradajr n.or..ag. Ott. 81,
10 80 s'eloek.
int. rroeat BrtTaaa.
.HtAlLxM-x-. to^ Preabyterlao HotpluU. Monday. Octabc.
197 Joaepk F. r.ral.am. ln the 35U. yeai- of hia aga,
FmhtbI privaM. .._.
liTRK -Oa r-unday, Ocrober 19. lfftl, Bl tha raldanoa ei
k5 faVdliughter, Sra. 0. a WUlea Roaavtl.a, X. J..
&:,'. ln -M :-7th year of her a*a.
Intorm nt at Uempatea*. L. I., Weduehday
KVAl'i'-On Monday. Oetober 19tii. after a ahort l^eaa
KM,, aughter of th* late E nathan Haight
aud Suaaa F. 4^ara and alf* of Edwarl J. Knapp.
?Catlee ef funeral her.-:iftor.
MA< U"N'ALI>-Oll 64aa*7, Cct. 19th. J??*ph A. MaC
ra^Be^rM^ta ^^S^f/^ePJfS: \\*i
-t wmt of Uroadx?aT, on Wedjieaday. Oet. Zla*. .1 i
tfi-lora p. in.
x. MfTXEX-Oa *at*l6*7, Oetober 17, Ann. Power. wlfe
i aa bUMnlMB. ?.
Kuuera. - ? ? aa late r4a*a*aa*, 2* waa ssa-a.. aw
Tue-dar the 20th lnat., at 10 a. m.
Intetni-iit prlvato.
KAJ.WAT-OB Monlay, O-t. 19a, 1891. Auaa E.. wlta af
'h? lat^ Jolui Rid'vav M. D. .. .-^
n.n?!ral serxlcea wlli" be Bald at ber lau raeldaaica. VH
Weat 71ar-at.. at li ..'??'.'" k Tbnraday ??\a*-.m4
rtrfpeetr-jijy m-itod to attond.
taten ?';;'"' of th- fk' ,^.
vt'ir i. "X -,vt Kewark, X. J., on Kaadag, the 19th
1 i,.-t.', AaelU. wib oi tt. T. Wfibox. rt?B--i
-t. x-wnr- ?? " 2 raaaa
liei'-xtivea and frMag* of tlie aattr ar- re.pectfully la
Vltod te attend - ?
aot at Um roiirenience of the famiiy.
MOI'NT HOra CCMETF.i'.T,
OfBce. 33" 6'U-a-.-.. '? r. ? r :.ld-at.. :
Special Notices.
A _ Bpeeflal Kxhihitlou
OP PICTUHJES IN
WATER COl.OKS AM> DRAWINOS
by
AI.FRKP BRENNAN
at tlie
KEPPEL (.AI.I.KKY.
?0 Eo*t '.'.'..--.t. ibeiweaa UaMa flaaasa ?nd 5th-ava.|
OPMM DAILY niX ? P. M
t.'ntli -'..U. inst. Admlsslon Iree.
Ranc* A Co.,
730 AND 741 iilU/ADWAT,
|| at aucUon
THCRSDAY AND PHIDAT, OCT 22 AND tfl.
AT A t>. M .
I.AW BOOKS,
L'uited State* Supr-n,.-. I Ireutt anfl %?*&* 85? **
perts, Maaaachu?ett?, MleBigao ??d New-York
ReporW; l-:ii.'..-i. i:>p-i-t-; lomment
arlea. D ..??-'- 1 rxt-JBeoflB.
besaloo Dsws, Etc._
r,.?t.?lll e No.lCV
?Should ba reafl dally uy ?u ialuasfltd, as thanges m?r
?eeiiet2:ra'nfor lorelfB ceunlrlee need not be apecUuy ad
drea?ed for dii-patcn b) any partlcular su-amar. fxcepa
when t ii d-.i'U ??? ' ban*ii,? wid con,.
.,.. a, ,.,.. .; ?? not ayvlaily ?ddn:s*ed being
s.-nt Ut tl, ia-<e?t veaaela ?vail?bl>
VoreiaiiatAl* toi tb* week SDdlnf Oclofeet 24 wlll cloae
..... j.t v ln -nl >?-<*? al ?? follewBi
V vi . a. ra. for Pani. Ueaia and P'reambuco.
, Nreose. *t 5 a. iu. tor EuroBB, wr ?? ? bproe. >ja
>o-uhH . !'. enen fUMers fo* Ireland must be
, - . , at 10 a. m. for^Progreao per *. a
- fo. Tainpl'-o and Tu.xp.rn dii*?'t and
? V?a . ->./. mu?t be dlreetefl
','?,. |t 10 a. ,n. tiupnlemeaiaiy 11 a. m.,
.. y optCoeMRtea snd ftuth Paclflo
... -.v oi I'- a vte < oten letter* for iruale
fnaia n ed "perCltv - l ? m .'Hl
plementary I M p ? Mr Klo Jaaelre, santo* aud La
hai. un.ir... per -. - MareMl M 1
,, ni for n.-'i L'umana aod Caripan*. ue? ?? e. oranje
Xaaae'i (later* fo? atber Veneiaela t?.rte and for (uraeao,
I, itrt.*h aad D'it<li i.iliiia Btast l- d.rected ??per
U < 90 a m fer Eawj^ Pflg *.l
mto* ? iM ba dlrectefl
?? ft a ii-. for B- gliim flireeL
? iniid vla AatwflW .letter* muat be d.r-ctea
."<? ? ?' ? .''..C
; at 1 p m. f >r Cuha. per <. s. ? .ty ef Alexa.iflrU.
THl'l>:iVX^? n ?? m- tnr >"'"l*' P*'r " ****
, suutaan.pton ^ ?i i p? ?. f'?pa^;
"i ? .,' fJ#
,.r . . Toni.n- KJ"ld. from jsow.
?! at a :J0 |, iu. f?f Xewfoandlaad, P? *t*a?i? fwa
, - . f?r Truxlllo P'ie'1-, l ..rtae, B?u?e
? pri H.,i.do
awMaaUM*
via Hi\r?. at rt .10 a. |^ j?r
':?? ***** *** JJ
BeUvar. p*t s a W Oi Ua st ^ a.
nnless anec'al.v ad1i"???d ard fr-l.nd :* ? ? s'r>?; -
for Nor?ar illrrt,
S^Ta s ^T.-ri- l ? ? dir.H-ted "pet Xorve*^
t?4 "pet..yBfaeB^aaj:jjl
??,.*, ' ? - '? ?? 11 a ti for Tam.
?ehe (Maas TS ?'?" t*J a ? Y ueaM
wJTr. for r"iha '???' Tan.plca d'.-e- f aid other Mexlcan
, ros, mu^t be dir.-Wd "per Yu.atanm
Vt 11 a n ."W eweuurr 11 30 *? m for F..rtune
I land snd Jsm*l-a a>e Jscmel and Ksnl,
...
, , '? - (osta Rica. vla Llmon, pst
\>.t.lrleaii?
Mall* tm Me n.?a,?'> I-l.nd?. t*' ? a AuaSfalU
.-e h-re d-.,V ap te Oe^hef
p m. Mi ?? Islnefls, per
,,",., , ? *?.. F.-1-,. :. -? ?!? dJllV
nn to ? to p m ?? a anfl
,JIr,., r-,o?> here
...
d S,aino.?n Ithnfls.
- here dally
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a- d *enfa
|. Bi. Mils
r?r Mi,. ?? i.- w t? H"-'" ,,T ?tae?et.
... S 21 p ?* HmU for ( Hba,
I v rt,l :o T<>, pn ?'?7 <*',1tl
, . ,?-. ">??*UtI.r ad.
at thl? <>air* dally at
**Tn?n?-Pa-'tflc mt I * *m Ff?oetoe#
rt>HT . t l? MiiMced on ?e pre
?:n'nternin*.-d o\#rl?,Kl tr?n?lt te SBB
tytMt ? '-. arrtrliiB ?" tl"># at S?w
V ?.,??- ?*
I Lhen<? ihf -a',"- i!v K* -t.,r-i ne." ?>?*? at ? p Bl.
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