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^-nk--.--.------/7--t-/*r--v--^---r>-*r-*-/S-a__a_fc_-^k^i * _ _ __roun< V~S WBf^W^WV^m^W mWVtJmmimmm19Wi&uyiL>vyv*Xt'<iJ ^r^-r**_r'err**-y*-7a_y*cr*qrTF'-T -_rur ***~**iw *v_**T-r?<r*?r~r ^y~r'tg'~r*tB'' NEW-JERSEY, j BROOKLYN AND LONG ISLAND. _ e w-York 'Mr~yTor ?_> vp aa* vy ^oy vr i_r ry <s*ar*_r~*~*-r-rxgy wvty~_Tv_> wgr~p ???? WESTCHESTER COUNTY. j ROCKLAND COUNTY. MINOR NEW JERSEY TOWNS I .CKEN8ACK BITS OF SOCIAL SEWS? BICYCLS BOA- RACKS lg FINK NEW DW_L_IXGg Mt'SI CAI MATTERS Tb* Guild of til- Iron Cross, of Chris; C (Episcopal), xvii hold it annual meeting thli evi - ii Jamas Ta>". ir, wi, ?. with hla wlf* and two daug - -??ii spending tbe Hummer in Hi 'kenaack, return* "ii Oct >1 r 1 to hil home In New-York City. Tbe If lam i Eda irds, tw i >? .ung w inn n In the aame -. .11. ali . de] .'. ii the regret ot many young Mr. and Mn I ?: . A Bag. ari Inch al the:r pretty c rttage i:, Cnloi it., aft. : .1 pi I in;. 1 vlsi: t . Mrs. ?age's ' imil) 1 i 1 '? The Rev. Dr William VYel'ei Holley i* pr to mark the entry _., .11 the list yeal fl quarto* e< lenalol ? I ? ??' Church by delivering a ipi ul sermon d the futui I the churclv T.iis : .-a.-. h.i; ii..-,-. .- free n-.;-;* dellv ry to almost the r-:.. t part if the Commlesl n llmlli Post mister I. h. 1. 1. wi . recen !) lecured a fourth letter-carrier, thia we li extended ihe service to the Heigh! , wi ?-?-? itly appreciated by th 0"t:is of ih it district. ' ---'ih M. Knapp, son of iht late Judge Manning M. Knapp, waa ;: ?-'? li ; ti"- we !'- and is ;-.. \g ,t hi* bom* in a somewhat criiicii eondltlon. Mr. Knai'ji Bpi nt a long I ? ' ?'? il ido f il Ids health, but since i.ls father's death baa renislncd with bin m.'tn, r. Dr. Jennings. ,.f tbe Hacbensacb Hospital, baa re? signed fir ti-., pui irthet puraulng ins itu 1 lea in Bellevue, New-York. a doubt waa recently expreaaed aa lo whether tl 1 proposed f.iir foi the Orltanl Fie'1 Club would be held in Si romner I: li now announced ;h.it lt sr 1. Uli-i t!i- \\. ?::.-?:. r :::':- ..f th* Club .ire actively sagsgrfl n ,: .??: h? occasion, which will be ..f great soda! Interest Th.- Hacbensack club held on* of Its receptions on Wi tneaday evening, when there xv.is an unuaual aa* aeir.bl.ige ,if member* and thc.r friends. Tiler- xviii i>< bicycle road race* in upper Mil", st. at t o'clock thli if terna in, weather permitting. The contests ar* one ar. 1 live milos (scr.itchi. starting at Anderson**-, and these entries are aanounoi \ Georg- Smith. Harry Poadlck, Leonard Kirby, 1' r.-.- Shafer, John Bro kman, Chester Wells. Q R. Qrimths, Oarry Ackerson, Lew Conklln, C B Conklin and Prank Bennett. The prise* Include mx gdd and sliver badge* r.nd omer articles. Un next Saturday, tvt ber g, th?ro will bc a. ten-mile race on th- same e '.use .it 4:90 p. m. Among the beautiful .Ivxpli'i.iis in Haekensack, that of Prank iv. Poor, now being built at Eaaen* bl and Terrace-ave., xv.:: be unusually conaplcuoua in dbneni ms and beauty >< architectural design. Til.- i.rst story xviii bc of red Btona and the secor. 1 atory and attic of wood \ peculiar feature of the eotabtiebment is thal ga.* will b? used throughout - for beating, light:-:-, co -king and laundry work. Mr. Po - 1 1 of E. E. Po.ir. of Denny, Poor & Co., und hla taste in Interior adornment will be ghown in a particularly tire ha'.1, and Btalrway. Colonel x-i \\'. Dickinson, of Governor Werta rtafr. broke grout) 1 this week for a cottag* in Proopect-ava, Hackenaaek Heights, which, as shown In the plans, xviii attract much attention as a unique but pleasing Bpeclmen of Buburban archl lecture, ll Ct Kranaa als* has a cottage being built Immediately opposite Colonel Cdeklneon'a sit*, while BdjAlnlng Mr. Krui*e. the large double dwel? ling or Mrs. M. li. -smith and her son, Walter H.. li so near completion that they expect to occupy 11 In a few daya The rifle loam of Company (J, 2d Hegtment. will go to Leonia to-dav to engage in the annual com? petition for the old 2\ Battalion trophy. t'orn pany ?) has won it twice, and Conapaay _ once. The Hiv. Arthur Jonnaon. of the Second lU-formed Church, uni th- 1<< v. c Rudolph Kuebler, of the Second Presbyterian Church attended a baseball match between nines fr mi tr- lr respective cungre. galtoaa, the lleformcd nine xvmnlnc. an I this after. 1.n the Rev. Mr Johnson's nine xviii have a game \xlth the Hudson Street Mission team. The Haekensack Choral Society, Delevan How land, leader, will have a meeting next Monday evening to prepare for trw coming season's xxork. The iriunoj Boctety ll also In a itate of prepara? tion, and both societies will give one or more pub* li.- eon eris Lovers ot music in Haekensack are much pll .-- 1 with th-- announcement that the Schubert Club, which wa.* Kiein last winter for lack of public sup n ut. has re.*elved lufflcient encouragement to insure Its s lOCOSS the coming i-t-ason. and w ill give a ?-? ri s >: concerts. The club has Just sleeted Q <' Ackerman president ard concert-master; N. 11 Hrou/rhton. vice-president; I H. Labagh, aecrewiry, anl 1*. O, Ackerman, traaaurer, Thc .-luh is d?sir ous of again sr curing <?? rge Wiegand as loader, but is aol sure that thia xvii: be possible. Lieu tenant Ellsworth P. Berthotf, commanding th< revenue steamer Forward, is on leav* of absence, Visiting hi* parents lr thli town. According t' ih* a:,nial r<-;i,rt nf County School Sujier.nif noon! John Terhune, which was sent t< Treniori thli week, Ihe Hick*?ssc** sci-...i's show an average dally attendance f 171, oul of > lota onro'mtnt <.f l.??'? pupill ur* han'.l-l bj twenty-seven teacher* Hr* male* and twenty-tw? femal a who .ire pa I, on an areragi 1 Males, (mit females. $'_ M a month. Superintendent Terbune'i reappointment this week for Ihe ninth yeal is ap proved by all Caaaea Helsa m !? I iperln'.end nt, and "has advanced the standard of education in Bergen county ..n a lin- with ti.? beal in tbe Stat. Mr. Terhtme's Arbor Day pn-ram.ii.-s have I Na ti mal circulation, being nsad in a large number ol .tites, and order* 1 ,-i quantity by 'he educational repre.s' ntative of ihe National Government. KEW-BRUKSWICK. Fur mme Weeks thor* hi.s bees a blt'tr war be? tween the temperance people and the liquor, lealers The temperance people say th?re are to" m-iry bur ; ? aa S tw, and ? egos* the granting of any mor< . sea So Miter haa the flght become thnt on? 0 Ibo loaders of the temperance people has beet threatened with the vengeance of the liquor people The crusade agaInat barrooma h:.s been led bj C. iiisbrow and :he Hey. .1. lt. Adams, (in Tnurs <iay euch of the** asea recefred a .stier, In ead BOS* they xv-r,- :?...I lo give .ip the t.ght ci luff*! the eonsequen ... nu two men have been active ii opposim? the application ol Stephen Ahearn, 0 Matawa_, for a license, and ar* ei .. tvi ..?: to !?? ?: . ? the courts io refuse the de* red Th wi len sui thal if this waa n->t stopped tlc > rn ? 1 *e. nke up some nljrht before long t.i lind 10*1 houees in flames. The warning adds: "Lit* is bu a matter of time, and if we nang for li We xv:! do lt." Cnlike most enlstlee of the kind, the letters ar wei- written and properly spe.le I -? BR1CF IRVJNC.TCN ITEMS Th* nov icu Tennis Club will glv* 1 reception fo Miss Tillie anl Georg.- Sj.rofe ?n O.-toh.-r .". :. Library HSU. Mr and Mian Bprotte .<r- goin-* t Ca'.lfon.l 1 The Women's Christian Temperance I'nlon hi sleeted of_cors is followe: President, Mr. i; ri; h Adams; treasurer. Mrs. William i-. 11 ad re or!!:,a secretary, Mra M. A Chalmers; sp retarjr, Mrs A l-l. Webb. The L'nlo xvii: neel every Thursdux si 2M p. m In Ma Hall The N'olunteer Fire Penartment hm cho* Th. mis H. ?lines, laaoo ,I Caaey and M. D. Tony k.ns a comm,tte*, to revise the bylaws ot the d' penmen: t ? conform with the new t-.wn ordinance! alie chemical engine trill b* m charge of M. 1 i>iven. .i> foreman pBCLABBD I XCOSSTtTC TIONAL, ran law i-.vnnn which kewark'S matoi xi'iMiSTKi. an ALDERMAN IS INVALID. By a - si of the PuprenM Coon realer?ay c law g.\iiu; pjw. r to the Mayor io appoint aa Aldet man to tiii h vacancy is declared uneO?Btttutiona ?>n July 2 I'ranci* ML ?weet, Democratic Aide man from Newark's Fourth Ward, dod. and aetln under a law passed by the 1 >? 'tncarratti LoglBlatui In UM, Mayor Lebkueh. r appointed H. Way* l'arker, a weii-kno\xn Repubtioan lawyer, to I! the vacancy. The Council Mood !> DeSBOCratl to Kepubllcans, and Park.-rs ndmiSOlOS WOUld BMl the Council a tie poUttcally. When Mr. rinker ?) plied for adreiision he was mit reeogntoe I Th Democratic lawyers then discovered that tbs Dean Craik law ed U<*1 was Iniquitous and ??OO-Otltl tlorn! A mandamus was asked of lbs lupren Court on bi half of Mi. Parker to compel the Com ell to give him a seat, and thia brought the law l for revision by the Supreme Court, xvhlch new di clares it unconatltutlonal. The law was passe,) 1 Ml to give the Democratic ring In power in Newai a stronger hold on th* Council, but no occasli urose for using lt. As the Maror was lir-morrat the purr" se was to procure the appointment 1 Deonooraia in place of Republicana In case of deal or resignation. Hy a decision of tb* Supreme Cou on 'thursday th* new ward llnest established 1 a commission are declared legal. The Kepubllcsi will, with the new ward system, earry the Counc next eprlng by a good majority, so that the on effect of the declrlon yesterday ls to give a fe mouths' lease of Hf* to a Democratic Couu.ll. 1 TRANSFERS ARK POPULAR BROOKLYN SURFACE ROADS GAINING) IN PATRONAGE. ? INVENIENCK THK I'KOPLE AND 1 ii .xmi.i: Ti ? THE '?? i-tPAXIES. The transfer system ri ently Inti luceil bj the Brooklyn Heights !: Ilroad Company at Fulton-st. .ii.: Nostrand-ave. has ali idj pi red high!) rm oeisful, ? fal ai tl)'- t:.:v< ll ng pul rned and th official of the ur.p_ny are ronvlneed that !? profitable foi it- ti asury When I i T mp k ?- ive Hm "'? ? ?? ' ai pasi i un I r ? ntrol of th" Brooklyn City K.iiir ad Company, a*I lea* d t" the Baooklj n Htlghta Coi al Fultoalst. and Tompklns-ave. The Bro lyn Cltj Com] in) began to r.n: the cari fr..:n this point on ? ? Pr ispecl r.ir:-;. by \\ ly "f Fulton-st. and Nostrar !-ave., on Sundays ind h ill I i) -. makli ! i new r ute to thi park fr ai the portion ol the East? ern district and uptown ward! ti iver ed b Tomp klns-ava A car stand wai prot Jed for the I tl route al Nostrand and Atlantic avea, and on the days wh n ; ??? cari lld not run to the park ia gera were transferred .it this polnl lo th N istrsn 1 ave. cars, which run dil I io thc park ali : . ? lime. Thli transfei station wai established tn i oi thn ? yean igo. Recentlj ll wai decided by thee ? , i t" transfei pa ? ? from the Pulton-at. cam lo the Nostrand-ave. ll::- and vic- v> r S, .it th* point where thc tn i routei cross a I i ie T mpklns ave, linc passe* the lime point the tran I for thai was removed to the sun- point. An official of the corni any sal i yeati rdi j "Al? though the new transfer station hai only been In operation a abort time, the people ur.- patronising lt liberally, Leal Bunda) about 7.-00 ti keti of transfer uer* given out, nnd the Sunday b. about 7.000. i mi pleasant weekdays iii.- number I* about r..iN*ij. i think thal much ol this . new bual ness, for people ar'- riding over Ihe two llnei i ??? thal it can be done for one fare v. o ubi '? I i take other routes of travel, espe. lally ihe elevati I i >ad In Fulton-st. People are coming up Fulton-st., and going down Nostrand-ave, In the evenings to i--1 to tbs Baatern Dlatrlcl th it res, ai fi im both ways on Fulton-st. the) go to Nostrand-ave to rcn.-h the park. Residents of th- Hast New-York portion of the city and along upper Fulton-al now have access :.> Prosp ci Park for!.ms, while formerly it coal them 10 centi each way, and Instead of paying lt they .????il spend .'. cents more and go by steam railroad lo Rockaway or . j i- -:.i i think i;:. company is .i gainer by tin- ni xv transfer system." The street-car transfei >\*-,.::i has grown con? siderably In Brooklyn In recent years, and ihe prospect li good that In lime a complete system will be in us.-, and, as in Phlladelphi i, lt xvii' be poss,bte to go from any pari I the city io almost any other parl foi ire. Trie transfer station at Flushing and i n aves, has been long established by th.- Brooklyn ?' :\ Company, and the Atlantic Avenue Company has transferred passenger! from ??: ? route lo another al the I. ns Island Railroad nation for man} veera When the l itt. r compan] secured ontrol of the B< n--li? st line a new transfer station xv.is ? i al Hoyt ar.-l H.-ru-, n its. When thc DeKalb-ave. ard Kranklln-ave linea wen consolidated n trans? fer station arai established tl the polnl where thi two roils .ros- There ls also a In tran l and Flushing av< a. I to (ire, np ..m. No tranafer tabllahed in the vlclnlt) ol ll South Brooklyn thi -. ? it Nos. i line .. .... ll iii bul tn transfers at Hamllton uve. io linea running to the ferry al the fool of that street. ? ? ? PROTEST AGAINST THEATRICAL POSTERS Mrs. ll. D. Martin! Natl nal Superintendent of tbe Department ' Uteraturi md Kri ol thi W rn sn's ? ar.-:i.ni Temperance I'nlon, and the State Superintendent, Mrs Pritchard, calli I oi Mayor Schleren yesterday They protested agalnsl I -- ? v of x\ cn-:, in tights on theatric! ; and the presentation of llvlns plcturei In thi itres Mra Martin aald she representi I 310,000 pure women, who ? ir.-, lt il thli ippi I. Thei w.is a gp v. sentlmenl :n fax r of puritj By de? an- ' :::. In that WB) Ou tl,lugs on their wa) lo achoo! li ?'? know when hi r chi dren go li see th< \\'-- have Been them and knot* whal we lei M iv r s j -r :. prom ? I I ? . . e '! iw and iee lt enl -ced. He did not know there were any humoral poateri In Rro klyn. WOMEN DISCUSS HEALTH SUBJECTS Tbe Woman'! Health Frote tlve / ition held Its first fall meeting yesterday ai No KN Llvh Bt. Mrs. James Scrims or presldi 1. Attention x\ai called by Mrs. .ia:..s m i! in t ? ?>'.?? am ?. in. caused by the tranafer ol ; nengers on the C st. c.-irs ai the Qowanua Canal Bridge In Hamilton ave., and a committee wai appoint* i I wall upon the Brooklyn Heights Railroad Company. I' waa constituted "f Mrs, John Winslow, Mrs \. .1 Perry an I Mrs Hart. There wai considerable dlscussi n of tl to be taken to secure dean street! Th* .-. elected these off! .rs: Mrs. Jame: Scrlmge ur, pres: I. Pi i ry, vii i ?? lent; Sirs Edt* In i lent; Mrs A Atwell, secretary: Mi? Edward Whin and Mrs. Arnold h. Wagner, audit r ? To CSE INDIVIDUAL COMMUNION CUPS. Tbs Bedford Avenue Baptist Church Kai decide.] to u Individual communion cups, i ;..?-.,-:? the ex? ample set by churches In other .i-. li upon Investlsatl thal the use of eui i iii conni .ii -.-..is likely t ' ' immunlcil disease, Th* chemical analysli of the contenti ol a cup after ll had been us.-) by several per .?.???? wi r- active badin iii it capable of conveying ii ? . to person! who should use t;..- cup. It wai de. ired by Profess ir Forbes that rore throat rofu i and kindred diseases could Hos bi "..ni ii lea ted lr various cities the 'is- of Individual pupa hai beei i decided up m. Tbe Be J ford Avenue Hi pt 1st Church is the first one In Brooklyn to move In the mattel The pastor, th ii' Dr. J. H. fl i nm.-li Interested In ire- subjeci and hai nail mlttee of th< iui i Invi I ? ???;.? ? Thi tl I ? decided i favor of adopting the ne* meth and will report al th.munloti ervlce i ? morrow A cup i ' , ? ilgn has been < ibmltte I to thi committee, li la ol "liver Um l with and wll hoi i a ?--1? j.. ".fm of ? '?? ?-. ii . n t i is weighted ai thi h itt. rn so that ll upset. An alumlnui , y Ita light! ? Tl . ,.! he pi ivldi ! cap ible u ' be carried thc di aeon who serve thi li id md a in* c. mHCH! A rep le .*:.. h:t ::.'. tie- .-h. j (? rr - b) l ?i vest- r, gem Aa) lum, li ???'??. t_ the ith of a < - X' x xv K H) I R l- j Balli:. wi* :- . mi ned ol ' - . tre-tmi nt. Dr. J ? ? ittn**hi to an) r ? ill penoi ? i ?? u I by ,i f< ii"", pal nt and n by a nun ; Although 'i'.e law pi " I ill "f Super \ - ? ll I in l l-nu ??? ! ,\ ir I- i; ' :?? or .-| u ? ' In the i ? of a specific | ? ? ? ii Ihe mall ri the act of no eli '. 'i. of a Rup i vis r th i the ?l th xv.ir :. Th. Ku parvlsor !n '.if. v should ntlnii rrm i? p.r . Th ti rm of Sup i ir Fu 1; comber U, John v..:i pelt waa < hin Issi iprlng, bli I m ? b n ... January 1, "?:' : . t waa befoi ih. anni f tl ? fl ? There a i I net: . C mri of Sei ilont ? ?? Th t ? w.I rbi who pleaded to Indi ? ? in ? aenti net I. So gi ii ?> nun t>T of prl f.j brough; together In tl Tue !i ci-., of Bstlm ito allowed tl< Cl.-rk yesterday, lo toni ?? -rk ..f re- i. . . the comm : BO Od! Th.- arti] of .1 M. wi.ite, owner of tba Critei Theatre, waa (Ile i for probn'e yi iterday. Tbe fatal li left in trust with tbs Brooklyn Trust Compen for the benefit of his widow and - Bl Bevon persons resorted tbe l their aratcbe to thc police yesterday as tba reaull of watching th m.irch of ih. members of ihe Andrea Jackam Ciul of the Kieventh W ard. through the itreeti m itu part of ih* city lau Thursd ihl Thi club ). i its annu.i outing al ?'.ge I'o.nt, and a gr-i o- cv : t '. owl I .n the wak.- ..r the memberi aa thi marched home from Fulton Ferry with i i ind . ia Uti i ? tne fal.ar. of i p i ema w ' th* .irr--.it of some policy- lealen I policy !?'?.:?". ci.,. I "g.g-," which he pui 'hm-i <*or stituti i ".out., policy within ih< rn mina >( ih l'w '.:?:>? men e?c_i i conviction ytsterdaj .a tt A.lan: i Kl rt J I' .(cc duri. THE POLITICAL POT BOILING JUDGE CULLEN WILL PROBABLY SUCCEED HIMSELF. PLENTY ' 'i's I'l'K LOCAL ' 'i'l'i. lie - '? KB i-v 'H Pol Heal a itivlty will 1 n Da) Tl e Sta) i away, Inter* il .- ? d ii'-- for l< -.il ,..i ? that of .i. < ONVEN1 IONS. prevail from now on to ? nominations bavin r been tn s in the ? holes if can H i"he drat nomination to he ? : ile- Supreme ? 'ourt, an l the i;. publican Judiciary Convention In the ill Dis trici xviii assemble at noon to-da) In tbe C unty C irtbouse, Hugo Hlrsh, who presided ai tbe last iry Convention, will ? ill :t t-. ..rler and pro? ver it. There li as active movement am mg the t.ar to bi -ur.- unanlffl .us support M. Culll ::. who ls la-; , m l'i ll lg ? lei , ul fourteen years on tbe bench Al? though a Democrat, Judge Cullen baa never shown any partisan blas in his decistona and his ability and ;; blt] ire alike unquestioned Bal tbe fact thal no Bei n the Bupreme Court b?mch li, thc district, although Judge Oaynot waa pul there by Republican and reform votes last year, ? ... i:- ; abllcans t.> favor the setootton ..f lome lawyer from th.tr own party for the place, The ii im. i "f et Ju Igc George <;. Beynolda Col tel \ ii Lamb, ling" Hlrsh, Jesae Johnson and George i*. lilli ''t have been mentioned The first ts too ? ?Vi to hoi. ile- ?!!' ??. i",I.anl Lamb ha? sail ho would not be i candidate against Judge Cullen, uni them are known t" favot Republican support thi present Incumbent, so th it it ts altogether like!) ;'oit th- convention v\: il decide to pul Judge Cullen iri ti...- ti< id ns its non-partisan candid it.? Tbe Republican primaries to choose delegates from ti..- >>.'. election districts .n the county to tbe vail -I- nominating ca.vent;.cs will be held on day "f n'M Week. Th" ' inventions v?ill ba held tia followlns week, beginning with th<- County Convention ii. thc Palace Rink ia Ctermont-ave., on Wedneaday evening, October IO. Benjamin 1". Blair wm preside Tte- notninattona to be mule are ..f cai lldates for Regteter of Deeds, County Clerk and As.-... in.- Justice of tb.- Court <>f Sessions, For the t:r: i named office thi chief aspirants are Charles M. Newlns, Oranvtlle w Harmon and Theodore B. Willis. It ls tot likely thu an) o.?f them wu bax.- a majority ..ri iii.- first ballot, but ttl" fri. nd* ci 11 .i ai- c -. i- :,; thal he will ?>?-. ure Ihe prise For the '-l'i ? ot County Clerk there la not h.. much and tt is likely tilt a candidate will be i.mcd fr. :n iii. Eastern District nf 'h.- city. The name of Henry C Ba ff en i raoal prominentl) men ? ? Asi late Justl ? Matthew! will be renom? inated, i tv.icMi it>- must be taken from tic f the pei tn the count) lown Flatlai i- li thi ??? i? Raining one The of eli tatton in the nominating mt ? m..a-- ?:'.i h.- tri--! for ihe Ural time thu year, and each delegati xxiii casi as many votea as were ? trie! for tt.-- Republican electors kn t- ? ii ? Tr- sldentl .I election. The CH) Convention will meet on Thursday, Octo? ber ll. also In the Kink, with Cl Iel lei Hie candi? date* ;,, h.- chosen ar.- for Controller and City Auditor, For the former office Horace E Dresser li the les Iii ? u : ?? and f"r the latter Colonel li xx Michell and Thomas l?. Moescrop ire men ? Thi '' ? . ? invent lot In the five districts Mil ia ? ? on Fri i iy, i > tobi i II Bach of the dlstrl " - la noa represent* ii a l>emocrai, bul it la es ;-.- l thal with thi nomination of the ibleai mei :..-,- ? ?. lt ? . . !??? ;? "-ila ? to renali control of al! of th?-m Then ..:?? leveral aa| in . -i fi nation Fran eli H Willan, lu ' Fl ? ? ?? I Kelti bennla m Hurle] ,:.i xx xx ?;. idrlch an imuni them The eighteen indldat. for members of Aasembl) f ,r K. . ? ? ? . !'.- nomlnati '. ??:. Hal ii '? i ? ? i n .x number ..f tv- preaeni In ui w.,1 be renon ned lt lo ra ik f ?? ? as good, ll ? ' ? "? i anowina than last yeai In \> nominal. ? i| ? : .- il - i I Const* les Will bl '?? I i\:i M Octobei '.'? li is expected thal It.-put.Ilt.tr. .- .ntr > r of th.- Hoard "f Supervisors will be reli i The II . ? impo of J .-- ph ll. nj imln Willi im ' ll ittll .- i'o. I B. v, ". ,-? H Rj in J 'I : ll Neal, Ron A tharkev. Alexander Robt*. I' I. Mennlnger sn ' . ll ?..--,:: i li Ile held th' I'S- ve ir Mr Neal, who I ' f Ihe ii . I' mimili*. : the ian ? pl u ?? In tl" ' imp ilgn Com ? ? ? ; -li 'oran lit' ?? will meei .?: Moi la) : I ghi and .1 lalee for pn mai ii , .1 1 I .-m. ..-r.it i i .la , ? ind c inven i - - - ne week LONG isl AS D NOTER. ITEMS OF INTERRS1 PROM TOWNS iv o' lil's' I Ni' SI I K>.|.K COCK friendi ol Di puty Internal lt- vi n ie i 1 t. Smith. ? del .?? . for lb ? ? t the B i- .i im ? i on Tum i tay that he n ., j. Inti . I'ndei Bin i Ifl I ?? Hi nry Woht, I ta i Thi aalar; I to th :i i flied by I Sheriff. Mr i ox-A si prsseni lati retai Windora li- Uv ? In Fn ? poi ?. . ;? -. ? \\' Damon Ihe new!) rited postmai ter of Jam ilea ri ?? Ivi I his from W ii h tone ". ? ls) He xxl l lake possess n of th Ki Ma) ?-? ?. ' tang la!and eily, waa i ' ||; .-???? j jsk c h.- lo tba D mocratlc Stal rc.-.- it Sar! i The ei M d or . .".-- la fei ' . - ether in his i ailro 11 .-ill ?-. I :. Bonday, .'.1 had Ihem app >lni : ? : ila t .-'??? . When Ihe lim ? f for Saratoga arrivi I, thi -\ Mayor foun ? - ! , ! the fui '?-? i" ce-'-ar i -., in ik- the lournc al -i ? i mri: .- ), - abi >nce a toe ii print.r refu* rr io the Olei i party without ci ? s lifter eonal lerab! ?;-.': in - . ,- ? ? ii :? a Hi i'd) ral* ?. .'.;?. . i hai bean eli ?"?? 1 ..ir. ctor of the r or. mil . '.' i< '' ? " Hu del fl pi ? tlbert E. Oo? In, ? ri intel if Si .; irg.' i I" j . _c. iii- be< M -i t ? ?'? '. oi gan's i ? l ilrmasl i of RI ? :.:.? Chun f tl - ime . ot hie ' irmer X' lei's H enan Call ll i ;?? Profi nor fl m\\ nea post "U B ind i] ii i ?? bec rn ] priv ? ???', :.. I" rr) li' m mt. i b i? one of Ihe flnesl uni m free on I. : ? l-l ? ? Ti - bul lins li of bri i.. I3S bi I '. ? ? wi i m ' rn heatlns ai i ventilating; apparatu i .--...? ? un i ,. ? n foi SW ch I'd re: . . - rv- ? Richard lil ? ? i: publican con ' date for Coi ?. - . Hoff Ik ' 'ounty, bas relit -i iii lied h cia I mn In fix-.r of ea fJovernor Richard ?" McOo li .i || nf .lama!. I, Ml M''orin uk '.ta- a brillia! newspaper correapondenl al iii- Crimean War, ar ! bu i.n prom neni In pilbil life lie a ia Comml Hionei .;.::?:..! i" th* Paris Uxposltton, A elita r-.ron Tre ism j undi r the ll lyes Admli latratl ?n, i ? -?? ven \ ? <i i In I "ongre ..iii two I rm a_ Oovernoi nf Arizona. While flo rinor he origil ned ;:iaii) plana for the bet ter mei nf ihe Territory, ind established several new pipers, which are now valuable propertl M .xi-, .rial k ls a .-.-ii ii Im ot ei Sena I .r Allen I Thurman, ol Ohio Ha lives during ti." greati iiif of th.- year a Jamaica, where h? has lan 'an led Inti l So -? at Lynbrook ls Interested In the i-nmii wedding rf Percy Fox and Miss Kill Wright Tl ? ??? n (ed fi r ' i ng li i N*tobri ;i. at tl i bri. ? i .. ?*-i. ? Lui-- xl. Wood. Editor of "The l.oa ? Island Oe; it," i ven i.i.;.- wi ivl\ newspaper printed Jam i ?? i. . ? ? '. ed hi friend on Monda] b\ ai n In on .< t.ip ii Washington and other Bouthei m T i ia thi ? i '? ?? ic -Mon Mr. Wood bi : .... ii i In. ? 1-31. ii hal i A. Ilrnah, of llappang . and .Miss Mam i itiln, daughter of Mrs Jarvla A. Lattimer, ? F.irmlns-dale, will be married ..n October li al tl I : , - "'li" Democratic state Committeeman Ccrd Meyer, h has moved awe from Maapeth and taken up h re l'isle- In New-Tork. The change was br..ur nb...ii by the robbery of the Meyer mansion li .1.nm,rv ic masked burglara when monej ai lewelry valued st S~.?"-> were stolen. Must of tl property hai since be .vered bj Inspector M Loughlin'a m>-n 'rh- Republican Ju Hciary Convention for the i,,v li and Judicial Olatrid baa been caltod for Sum dav. September :;.. si I! o'clock, to meei ?' tl Courthouse in Brooklyn, Flt attempt! ai burg in w*rs reported lo ti Co.lege Point pole in one day trs.? week. T , th..". .< tried te affeci aa entrance Ima th- bom ..f 'li" Rev. FithT Schumack and '"Mn P Knen. ' and ?> - - - % - lr- nora bi Fo rth-ave., but In .-iori I i sara.- tbe msrauders ?-.? rs frightened away. inovrm?n: ls now on f.Kit to h.ive thi street lam i; pi surnlna al Bil b Ugh) This, in i opinion of Ina reaidenta srculd J,nilulvi iii_ numb of b....... . . YON Ki; KS THE CLASSES OF THK WOMAN'S IX. Tl Til TO IIPEN ON MONDAY. A Ti-:!.!'. KI. X'A BROADU xv mi.i. 'ADASI PAVEMENT FOB NOIIT1I DANCE ol' Till-: PARK ll'NTRY . Ll i: A CAB ION xiii.i: XX Kl' IN'.',. ? rn Monday tl:- .in- classes of ihe Worn n'l In ?? ???-. a; No. M Palliade-ave., of which Mlsi Miry Marahall Butler, daughter of Wullara Allen i: i er, la ir.?id.nt, xvii pen, Th< Institute w_i admit) i to tbe State University on Jun< "? last giving lt rc w opportunities, ai arel! ii havli i tht iee of the trav elllng llbrartea connected arith the university. " care baa been tikcn In 'ii- lelectioa f thc teacl who xviii bara charge "f th- several de* irtmenti of the Institute'! work. Mr- Belle Morris, a pupil of Pr Anderson, director of Tale Pnlvrrslty gym? nasium has been engaged to tal inga of iii classes in physical culture; mi?s Dorothy Johnson, if New-York <'ity. vxiii direct tbe elassei In n ? w,.rk. plain wwii | ai I embi ildery; 'ii- dressmaking elass w.i ba taugbi by M -., Schenck, a former a' sisi.mi at Pratt Inatltute, Brooklyn; I- iturea un cook ry. loane sanRatiou and public hygiene xxiii be given during tbe winter b) Min Oookin and Ml i Wilson, both graduatei of Drexel Inititui . Phlla delpbla Th- InatHuta is now in Iti fifteenth year snd kai a membership ol ttl, made up target) of t\" working girls of ibi city. MUi '?" r nee J, Par. i ns :? ti-- lupertn tenden I i.i*' year TW s men drew booka from the iii-rn-v \i-s Bullet bellet i ll il with th.- il:,- , rrpa ??' teacher! engag 1 a: ! th- interest already manifested the v. -ri, "f th" ,r. 'i'll!,- durlrn it:-- Comtni X- >? vi 1 1.f til :? satisfactory character On Wedneaday tl ari i win i*p-n China pain'.:ac at i painting In oil ?rater-t rs win i?- taught 'rio- dasi xv.;: be In .'??ark'" Of Ml-* I ?':. -'f N wV irk North Broadway for a space of iwo mllei fr rn :h" Haetlngs line south li being lorn up for the purpose of loi-i; a Telford Mi idam pavemenl When the e/ork lacompletod this main thoroughfare will h.- in rxcelleni condli n I ir ugl ? lu entire leinfth in tba ell) Th- lower pan ol the avenue la asphalted fr'tn the Sew-Torfc rtne to the (unction of Ken Main st., and li :i favorite drivewa) Tbe failure of Oliver Sumner Tea mi meed itali neck, waa s rarprlsi io bia n.m u,*:, is in this cit) Mr Teal! made ? name here b) bli of campfires which be gave during the Issi sum? mer at the groundi ? ? I'irkiiili Country C Postmaster Fentn itb, who win turn "X-r the post i to J il P. Holden, bli Democrat) - ? ? nor, ..ii Monday, will leave the office erith * good record, ll i.i been ? falthf ii an I "'tl ?? B Thi lm| ? ? '? ? of overt) lullng tl ? p m ls now- engaging th. ittenl ??? ol the P lice Commlasloneri Tbe lim baa been in use for t years, with ont) illghl Improvement. The captain "f p lice baa written ? *:i mg iettei to ihe Comrals< ? I- iJvtsing the Intr lu tton of lbs telephone In sd litton to tl i ell ilgn il i :. ?w In usa The warm weather ii-ti:.it so late rhis year has had a tenden <. to dela) the opening ol thi -.."iii reason In thia ehy li ? society people of Parkhill, ti.it :n al pr..m '? ? . rta f oui t) however, w.u open their season n Tuesday evening nest, with a dan ? il ll i ballroom of the Parkhill Country dui it '.s iii- Intention lo have Tuesday evening ..- ?? -. . ? month until .1 mu irv l Ti- -ii- of ti ? Yonkers Clubhouse lust sunnier, w!:i,-h wa- made mci ir) b) the club's financial baa deprive) let) "f th.tty really pointed ballro ira in the ci ntral \ ti.- cit) In whi ii lu hold i's dances When the ; a ii erected this r>. > n was bulli especially f- r ? , , nd now that ll has paaaed oul ol tnt dui - hands soclet) will have lo look about ci? to:.- i? f r- anothei place - i tn I lulti - tj it a u li i br j it,. handsome I irtrall m oil fr..in the brush ol Bayard Ty lei uf Mother M Regina whlci has beer bung on ihe ?a'.* of one of the i tbe Mount Bl \ :-. em a i.lemy. li attracting mud attention Sister ic->'::n wii ihe Mothei Sup->rloi there -: -ii : v'-i ??? i*. ?. .'ii i ai- well-known lu thia v ii is in Canada lt is tbe Kif', ol run ?' Cornell of this - li? nn Wedneeda] "f neal wt**k there will be ? fashionable wedding al SI J. lin's Fplacopal Cl The. . -?? di dm and Mlai IaiuIbs lt.- Vlei Deyo ?i'i !??? m ii ? ? I ii naif-peal iii b) Ihe re. r.r. ihe li ?. Alrxandei ll * ? irv. - i The bride| i< a . ? .-: iii i. lalan I, but hal ira ? " x - ? He ls walk know n ir . ng eli ? - .:: 1 ; in enthusiast In thal ipol t While lei !.- was a member ..f the Yonkers < anut Club. The bride .- -I : , lo Ol -?! th . ll I m bi -? knoa :. fun; I ' lera, an I la the du of tbe late I' . x ]..--. . The I ri 1- imal 1- ara t be Ml-s Brail !.-? of tleneral Thoma Ewing and Miss Harriet lu holm -bert K El!) mer, of Sea v ik city, is ? ? be eeai man. and th uaheri ure Hampton i' Ewing, .; urge A i"i> xv.-iis lilma) I. of X rik ra and lu Robert Watti jr. of .\--w . Much preaaura li being bro ighl lo bi ir ..ti Wllllan F Cochran to Indu bini tu i- maldei t.:s refuea lo . pl th.ureas nomination from this die tri t .ai the lt--put.ii. in tl kel ll- ii believed I.. many t" be an exceedlni ? it rona man. John '' ipr itl ? .-lei,, ii,-,s hil '-.nen- -ii birth lay thti week Thouah h*n( with ag and - ? li- U about tpe cit) dally, looking after hla propertj ? ! i- '?? M , h lnt< r. -t li bi ? iti lb) lo il \ achl ? men |n the deciding rac between f'i" two o|?ei rath il , the Owl an I the l-l In t, whli h v ll t ? Balled lo-day, The former i- owned h\ Vlce-t'ommo d..r" )'"inn.iiis. and the lit'-r liv John hickson o the V,.uk. i - .' rlnthlan Vacht Club, and the) an two ??: ti.. llv?IW*ai crafti of Ihe Corirthlan Heel Th,- Owi'i nailing measure ls :'? f.-,-t '<?? . inches while that ..f lei opponent l? 21 feel t Inches Shi must altos lc r ?? itnpetli >r a h ir I: ? ip -.f ?i\ minute Thi ? rlei of racv* was planned ?? h I) In the aummer The first raci took pta e on Saturda) September li over a ? nu ? of ta ? 11 un the chitin une i. Tarrytown Buo) ansi return, and wi- a-on by th ? .wi b) 7 minute-- and ur 1 minute an tt lecondi ??'? i thi handicap The second rac to place bis) Hat uria) snd Ihe Edna turned ?>-. tabli on her rival li) winning >?> 7 mil iti ii I !S lecon ! actual tun.-, or 13 minutes -c.-.f i ss ? li with tb handicap, MOIST YBBNON. ai ?'.'?? xvi _ am. OPPONRXTS OP A\'.\i:v xt|. .; TO KBW-TORK CITt TO ski.I. Tin: ROMS A.M. PROPBRT1 OF THE LATS xvn.i. ixm HART, Till XUII'I' The st ? (eel ol i.sal an lo Mew-York attract fully as much, if ii"' more, Inter I In Mount V i non tha'i does tba State ticket The leadli ad) catos and opponents of the measure have be< sta lying .h. -? the subject f"r month anl th.-x- hara alread) s?nr forth malderable i.i traturaon the i t Tbe annesatlonlsts say thi there will be tower tasi - lower Insurance rate ? lower rat.-s ..f inters l ? n lonna better p i vice, a belter Ure department, a better sch lem and bettei gov rnment On the "ther ban. those opposed t-. anne?stton deny nil of thei i pointa ni"! uah if there la anything more reprehei Bible than Tammany Hall administration, to whlc ihe .-tty might be subject In ca? of annexatloi They den) thai the New-York City educational syi tem is even as good -I-' thal here, and say tin- vo unteer firemen have done even better than a pal hr.- department would do. They challenge any oe to prove that the police of ih'.s city have ever b ? gullly "f ac-, pun.: bribes from keepers ..f dis rderl ti mses or gambling den-. The eae-utors of the estate of William Hart, tl ' srtlst, have decided to sell hla handsome resldem I ut Summit and Sydney aves, Cheater Hill, an l al, 1 other property, "ii October '.'7. al auction, Th" lt,.ar I ..i Assessors convened "ii Thurs !.i\ : )..--i api-aii fr.-in prop*?rty-owneri against the ? 1 sessments i,ii.i ..ii real .iii-i personal property Tl board will continue In session until October J. Th.- Board ol Education baa Invited offers for III OOO in - h....I honda, r.ntly authorised b) n speeli \ its of tie taxpayers lo pul up a new sch 'al bulli lng in Fulton-avi . In lbs Flrai Ward, and to bul | an addition to the school In Flfth-ave., a.-ir Slxli ri The bondi xviii begin lo f.iii due on Januan 1 HW, and all must bs cancelled by January I, Ml The bids will I.pen d on October la. I Th- annual meeting *ind election >>f officers of ti . Local I'm-a ol lbs young People's Society of i'hri 1 nan Endeavor (of Mouin Vernon and Iti vlclnll , will lie held in the Flrsl Presbyterian Church. Set Rochelle on the afternoon and evening of October 1 Th.- Ke\ ,v. c. Dlaon, of Brooklyn, xviii speak i the evening session, and the Kev. Mr. Tyndall, i th. Broome Sire.-t Tabernacle, New-York, will a .ir- si iii a'-::. ? >i. session. Mrs ll.?hiv T. M Ewen wife of ttaa paator ?>< the Fourteenth fitre Presbyterian Church, New-York City, win lead tl | miar-ionary conference. rA BEY TOWN. The u.ini Drib Company has began tbe ereetk ,.f a f. litl'iry in Connection xvlth Its other work it win employ -iM more men when it ki complete Kx-Aidermal! JO?H ll S-iman. of N-w-YorU. wi ls ii resident nf Tarrytown now. !* a candidate f Assemhly In the 1st Assembly Ulstrlct nf Wes chester County. Thc Democratic Congressional I'onxi-ntlon will I tieid at New-Bocbelle .ctobcr U. WHITE PLAINS. MANY FINE AND COSTLY COTTACI ERECTED IN THE LAST SEASON. A Bl I ADDITION TO BCHOOL KO. 1 To BE BCIL.T? RBPAIRINO A BEWA-E EJECTOR?NOT OP l.'x'AI. INTEREST. There have been ? Dumber of Una and coally cot erected In White Plaina in the las! ? ison, and a number are .still in course of construction. l. .1 iii T. Hopkins he- hil i instructed in Marker ave, a handsome snd r my ? ttl . which li con ipicuou lunt of Iti broad veranda! and t':r reted front, un thc opposite sid- ..f th.- avenue the Presbyterian Society baa hoi erected a com* modtoui resldenc a th" sit.- acquired in 1121, several y-ars after th-> settlement of White Plains by the Inhabttanti of Rye. These new hon:-- are l:i keeping with th" sttrsdlve cottages recently I I thal tho- ca-',if ir- On ila-ullluii-ave. u:: i Cottage -? .["hu O'Rourke, who i c ntly com* I'l-'-i a profitable contract in building the new Hall ..f Records foi Ihe county, his had erected a m,.? ittag . At Orand and Quarropaa sta. commanding a fine view of the Ch tl rton Hi!'., a battlefield of the Revolutionary War. the Misses I. . ' of Wi ''?--. r. are now- occupying a IT. QOS. ? ittage, winch ls a valuable addition to thal at* tractive neighborhood. Jay T. Lockwood, a Rall road-ave. furniture dealer, lias broken ground for a new home in Court-sl., near the Keeley Institute. The outlook for Samuel Kaile's Greenridge 1'ark, overlooking the new Q'.oomtngdale ground! and i" peet ll ii, li nattering ground having been broken for several bandi ?? realdei sea. But the best-app In ted house en ??- I In the village for many years ls now nearing i impletlon in Broadway Park. lt ls to be th.- future h..m.- of Edward R. Pbelpa who for many y< ir. wai c ai ?: i with State legis? lation, but who is now Interested In tbe White Plains Oas and Electric Worka and who shuns pol* ltd . in ai i th ir wa) i. Thi n t ri il lenee xwii be con ; ? ioui on account of lu broad veramtaa handaome bay windows, Colonial towera and th du-niruc will i- flnlabed in every variety of hard wood trimming, each room being different from th" other- in it- ippotni ntl Ona and electric !i?hts, lonna- a irma speaking lubes and every known modern Improvement will tend ti maka the new bouse complete. The bou i will be finished In De? cember. In addition to ihe cottages already men ? ? >d there are i I live dwellings in proc? ess of construction, suitable for ti mechan? ics .ml people In moderate circumstai The Board of Trustees a tn r gular monthly meeting on Monda) evening next. Village Pn Idenl Cromwell xv;;; occupy the chair, having rei irn : from his trlj to Niagara Falla cud Wat kin i i "--ii Improve i in hi - During the k i tie i 111 ige ires ?ury ). i bee i ie 1 i ?? $380, the proceed em fees col? led i from li.I. ks running tu and from the County fair lix i'lorain Clinch)' and Iris;..-,-- ,r Steere, formerly ol the New-York police foi ??. are now living in this born.l. .''ptain cllnchy has hu extensive farm al Rye Lake, and Inspector Steers take- con? siderable aporl in ai ! ab ;t the Hotel Mvrtl*. ut !.,k ? Kens ? John Oeslne, village tax '-..I.or, will present bia .:?????' al the n st meeting of the "rus t.-s. ll- expects ti begin Ihe collection of tax< about u.-t a,, i jo The ra ?? xv.ll he lower than lest yest I lie Republican County Convention xviii convene a' Lafayette ila!! on Wednesday next, at ll a. m. arl n.?rn!:..it" candidates for .-Uirr Ogafe, Sheriff. i Justice 'f Sessions II ?? I-. ball lesson bat 'oma to a close her--, th- Crescents having gone through th.i-.n xvith a re a ! of eighteen vlei .rlei ar.d one defeat The : will supplant lt. iii" Whits Plaina I* ??'?r.l Club having organised with Edward Wil? son ... iptaln and Peter Pauldlng, the postmaster, as pn - ? - Howitt, proprietor of the cloak factory In .'--ntl tl-.iv. . bas retun 1 fr im i trip to Eng lan I The work of grading leveral of the village streets :.. \: w eek x\' s Durland, of the Durland Riding Academy, New-York, who hai been occupying a handsome cottage in Hamilton-ave., will return with his famllv t" the city on i ictober I, A M Slauson. "ho his !, ?? n spending the sum mer on .'hutu: Heights, returns to the city on nen The lim- f : the *:?'.""?' addition lo th- ptibu school In Dtatrlel N'o. i ..-?- now in the hand-, of ? i ind bl i- will i e received on or before .ober I al II o'clock noon The new building will contain in assembly-room which w.Il afford accommodation! for BOO persona Slew iron stait will i.nat meted thi lughoul the build* lint, wt,:-ii will !?? protected from dre by two stand? pipes, tu which xviii be connected fifty-foot length! of hose on es I flo I The baa ??" ni xx iii contain two new boilers, anl an engine will furnish powei to fai which will ventilate each schoolroom In th-- basemen) there will also be sanitariums ol the m il Impr vi I itylei :'t the accommodation of the pap!- beside four large playrooms, t-> bi ns.-! in Inclement westher Th-. Building ls to he completed and reads for occupancy after the holt itlon Thi Improvements, when completed, will make the building ni t the lineal structures In the southern portion of th> State Tbe Shone Hydro Pneumatic Ejection an ! Wat. i Supply Company, "f Chicago, which hai pul In tn . ejectors, with a capacity for 200,000 gallon! ol sewage .. day, hai lust completed repairing om of r?i.. ....- torr which re --nih t.roi<.. ,.;i tr count of -ii.! rinding Hs way Into Ihe ejector while ii X\ I -i ! 11 Whit Clams Court, \" S.SOt, A 0 F of A. con templati In rete ??:' Companions of thi Forest in connection with the Lol ire of Fort Hen h-i". The order li eligible lo the financial m.-m h.: - of the a 11 F of a. and their wtvi ? an women a ? (iialntfl noel An effort will be made on .Monday evening next t.. ors no/." i n mc al soclet) In thia vlllaire. A call has been Issued for all p"- ;.uis Interested lr sn. li an organisation t" assemble al tbe Henr) s Moore i 'onserv it.o y on thal ?: it. Hauy Wilson, of Laki ->? . tia- gone to Oeorgla wi'-ie he will enters medl ni college for a ipecla . -. .-.:? -?? of Itu Iv David Porter and hi-< family, well-known rest dents of l.ak-- -t have removed lo Brooklyn. ? the guests at the Carlyon Arms Ho'.. ur.- It de (larmo, J, 8 de II irt. Jersey City; Al fred W < ile is,.ii. Mr- s a Mead.-, ii J Cooke Orange; Mis BJ, i' Hm.- .ml daughter, Ur an Mr R iv Morgan and Mr and Mra Mora.-. W. Fuller, all of N'ew-York. Mn Halsey Mitchell ls entertaining Mrs. Mc i*,i.ith and her daughter, of Germantown, Penn. The Mi-i.-s Bam mis. of Mamaroneck-ava, an nlng Miss Annie I'nderhlll, of Port Ch.s ter at Sound View Farm. The Rev. and Mrs Charles K Ferris, of Tryon N C., ai" the guests of Mr anl Mrs Thomee E j Foster, of Hr ice Church-st. Mri Frederick Clark, of Mamaroneck-ave., ha? ns her gueal Mlaa Bertha Moore, ..f Brooklyn j Mr ind Mri i'. Livingstone i.y .m, of Hamilton ,.\". celebrated the fifteenth anniversary ..f thei ? on Monday evening last. Their Hamil lon-ove. hom* was brilllantl) lighted and taste fniiv il.rat. I. and many frlendi were entertaine at dinner Th.- village lax rat. for l-l i< ?: M rm 11.000 of aa I. t value leal than last vi ir, although in thi v- ,:'- :. \ > thi iv li ! of Trustees h-< beeui to pax off iii" village'! bonded Indebtedneaa. Th rat.- Hus year will 1" B7M on 11.000. the issease. valuei being .thou: on.-sixth of actual valuea PEF.KSKILL, 1 Chauncey M. Depew'i mausoleum, In memory o I his wife, Elise Heffernan Uepew, who died ins y.-ar. is now in course of erection In Hillsi.lt- Coom tery, PeekakllL During ti:.- week several eartoad of -tone have arrived, end the contractor, joh Smith, jr.. la transporting the hewn stone from th ?tallon to the cemetery, two miles distant. Th mausoleum will ba constructed of hewn grault from Vermont quarrlei it will i>" of classics! di sign and devoid of ornamentation. Its height wi ! he lil feet, length tt feel and width li feet Th v. .iii arlll be of blocks nearly 3 feet lom,- and :( fat wi,ie Two linne ,-iaiis of granite arith a granll rap will lori Hi- roof. The interior will be polished mi: tlc "i several varieties. The pedlmer ? enrichment and doors will ba >>f highly artistic th si<n and of bronte. Tl..- mausoleum will contai twelve catacombs Ta i doors will guard the er trance, which xviii face tbs wsat. A wreath carve in the -tor.- over the ? .'cor* nnd tn. --..war corntcei under lbs corners of th>- roo* will constj im.- the sol" ornamentation. Openings eui in th granite in the shape of a _rvek .russ in tbs natl un>I south walls will admit light The cost will I." nearly n9,000. The design wi selects i from a number submitted by Archltei Bqulrea of hlew-Tork. The pi"t is on a knoll in th eastern pan of the cemetery near tba iiepeiv plo where s hind-, m.- granite nunumenl now mark the resting place of his mother and his wife. i>i pippen is regular in his visits to th* cemeter i iltirlni' the summer, and almost every Sunday h ma) Ea found al the grave of his wife. The mar solemn xxiii lie completed within a few Wilks, Il A ER I SOX. The Republican caucus has elected the followls delegates to tbe various conventions: i'minty? K> arin Hopper, Qeorpja T. Huriln*. a. Button, k. ix Itrown and William Bull. Assembly-Wllllai Mathews, i'enri;e Laush, J. IA. Crowther!. Isaa Carpenter and Caleb Wilder, The now town con miii.-c ls composed of Wllllsm Hull. Wllllai Mathewa Oeorge Archer. Isaac Carpenter, O. V platt, Frank *>. Park ami xJ**drge T. Burling. NYACK. A NI-;\V BBWKRAOI BTtTB-l GREATLY NBCQED. READT Tn 0V-1IWRBL_I TTir: DEMCVIIATIC TICKET?TOWN IMITMVKMrcNT.' Sixl.xi. IIAP P-XIM-I QT Tiu: EARLY At'Tl'MN The R-publican| of Rockland County welcomed the nomination of Senator Hill a*) th'.- Democratic candi? date f,r Governor, for they want Just such a man to mow US ler at the r-ominc: election. The fight against Beaator Hill tn this county will bo male by a rael number of people who cannot forget the S"_ a'or s part in the robbery of the votes in Dutcheis C unty three years a^o. anl his br_eea-faeed atti? tude on Mayaard'i somlni I n issi jeir. The po? litics' lentbaent in Rockland County win be as lt was las- fill Republican. FjT many years the I)em , oer'ti have hal a stronghold In thi* county, but last fall there wis a Mg a xx lken_lg In the'better ele 1 mont of society, and tho county weat RtpabllSBS by a - '. majority. Th- f-ti.ng is sx strong th* year ; that even at this early .'ate th* pollt.ciI progr. >s:l Cttors (ire.Jict sn overwhelming majority in the county for Morton, .Six:on and HalgbL Seaates Clare?ce Lexow, who his han the Republican :? idsi here ror sixer il yean, and Ju l?e Tompkins, who has served th? Republican party of Rockland Ounty With honor ind dlStkMtlOa, Will he the leaders in ! th s campaign, and they will have little troub.e in , keeping the roten to th<ir duty. The Deaaocratlc party in Rockland County has no mm In t's rinks capable of Ita ling th-- party In a way to ..il the dissatisfaction t.tat e\.--.*. The last . .- of any ability the democratic party had in ? Rockland was ex-Assemblymsa Frank Demores;. I Hts political career wis brought ti a sallen end by hs arrest and trial for alleged forg ry. After him j came the be.r man of Haveratraw, Thomas Firne Ksn. who was defeated Hs; year for th. A-?enibiy. , a-ii sow M.ii las Murphy haa mada himself t'xe leader of sae tarli a, called the l-megaa faction, j snd th.- other (acttoa la tailed th- McCabe party. , Mr. Murphy, or "Nick" Murphy, as he la known, ha* just heen ordered to appeal ? ' r- Judge pykman at ? Whit* Plaina I r e,)n:,.nipt of court. At the recant Democratic County Committee'! convention Mr. I Murphy was chairman, and cai lu<", i thing! in a ' high-handed manner The Mc'abe fact.-n hi! he-'n .informal b-fore the convention that the Finnegan faction would endeavor to nominate it< ticket by icclamatloa, and a man laina-' wa- procuri i com* ? ptl a vote 11) ballot. Mr. Murphy refused to r*cog r 7.- the mir. lanius, and i a I ? al . settle wno Judge 11. km rn for bis Independence. The Inte.llgenl and progressive people of Ny eeg 1 were much disappointed al the result ol the r- ? ,-.t i a.-tion of the taxpayers in voting dows the sewerage rion. For minx years th- s. w -air.- systtm of : thia t. wn has been totally inadequate, ao-i recently a movement wai started to Introduce i new lysten I'an* fr such a svsieui were draws sp and ap ..-... i by the State Hoard of Health, bul the ''keeping-backward" cltlsena of th- town could sot v ,. the benefit if an Improved sewerage lyi'tm. anl 1 as, unfortunate..v. they outnumber the going forward cltlsena, the scheme wai defeated. The lefeat, haw ever, is i .mething which usually occura In a.l loams ? when they c sse lo be mere country vi iagea The ..ii pumpkin-dusters oannoi at once bring themaelvef i to vote for any improvement which wtl make tba town different from what their forefather! male it, ' but in time a raf- 'lent number of them are brought around tu a proper Idee of what the town should , be, an 1 after two or thre- elections on town im . pr ivemenui the progressive c:ti?.-n- lucceod. Be? sides the sewerage question, the town's water sup? ply ls now agitating the community Nothing has been done for vears to Improve lt, and aa a result 1 lt ls exceedingly had. anl should be remedied at once Th-- water cornea from that mis-rable '.itt._ 1 stream, 'he Haekensack, and ls not Rt to be drunk unless cir.fu'.iy altered, Thi.s ls the cas> in Nyack only In South Nyack the greater part of the ' w at?r supply tomoe from a Que, C ear spring on ? South Mountain, lt will be on.ly a mutter of time when th.- progressive citizens will s-cjr<* a good sewerage and water system. Sys U as a s imm*r resort and as an all-around* yi ir pac- to live in is becoming more popular each seaton, and the lar^e increase in ita population ipeaks glowingly of its many advent?gea despite the bad sewerage an 1 water. There is not a town on the Hudson River which ls more beautifully and ? nvenlently situated, and people who come here t i .ive reaiiae it more each year. The fine autumn days have kept many of the summer colony here longer than usual, and there sums every proba bl lt) of a large number of people remaining throuKhout the winter. In the leal Bee years th*? r ii estate owners have got an exaggerated idea of the va.ue of thejr property, and ar.- holding lt too lilith. While rtnts also m!_ht be materially low ered without losing any in the quality and character of the tenants. To-night the Nyack Country Club Wi I give the las-, dance of its summer series al the c ubhouse in I'pper Nyack. The social happenings a: this popu , I ir o.ub are the mos- interesting an I enjoyable In Nyack, and are always lo ikrd forxvarl to with uncommon nteaeure. Th- Xvack Rowing Association, one of th*- o'.d<?st organisations of the kind along the river, continues prosperous, ni is 'ions- muon for the social acJ . athletic Interests of the I >.vn. STATES ISI.ASD. OPENIN- OP THE Ht'SfT CIA- SEASON YAC_ff I'l.lli COLORS T. I COME l? IXVX-A UVKI.Y CONTEVT OVER Tilt: MONIKA* TtOIt WOK SHERM. Tile r.-K'iiar meeting Of the Uep-:! hean funeral Committee xxiii he held al ?chmetser'a Hall, tn Water-st., Stapleton, next Tueaday eveal?g, im? portant builneee will be transacted, anl ever) n;em i ber li reejin ile i to Htt.-n i. John Macklin, publ'siu-r of "The Staten Island Leader," who aaa recently appointed postmaster I of Stapleton, to succeed Oliver ll <'.ruthi, will enter upon ins ..m.-i.ii dutiee next Mon tai ? rn ng, Mr. Macklin mya thal he expects to have the free _e I livery system In operation by November I. Th-- Richmond County Hunt Club xxiii formally . "pen the si a-.ui tO morroW afternoon. The hound! i xviii meet si Hull's Head, North-eld, gi i s*cleek< , Tin- run will be along Richmond-eve. to OraaKa* j ville, throiiKh Cherry Lane and Manor lt .ad. the ? , "kill" taking place at th-> reservoir. After the run tea x\iii be served at the clubhouse in Clove Hoad. ( The Oerman Ladlee1 Auxiliary Society, of staten1' Island, a prominent srganiaatlee. win k,\> a benettt entertalnmenl at the xl. mian 1'lub rooms on Oc tOber 10 at 3 o'clock. Bl x\hieh there will be an auction sale of IC?ltd packBgSSi lil the evening th.-r. will bs dancing. The committee havlnn the matter In .'burge ini-ludea Mrs. Charles Ht-rp:.-h, Mr.- siiiaii Stake. Mrs. Julia Zorn. Mr*. Haran (',?-.ief and Miss Dora Hover. The entertainment xv.il bc for the benefit Of the poor. 1 .lames McNasaee, chairman of th" County General Committee, who has been seriously III at his home "0 Qrx mes mu. is rapidly recovering. The junior soclet.es ((f Christian Knd.-avor will ' hoi i a grand rally In th-' Mrightnn Heights Re? formed church, at New-Brighton, to-morrow after** 1 ? noon. Th.- Rev, C. li Tyndall, pa-tor of tho Hroonie Street Tabernacle. New-York, will wive au oin. I ' c|ia:k talk." There is a lively contest for the Republican nom? ination for Sheriff. The principal ? audi tat?>s are Oliver II ilntlin. of Stapleton, and John M. halley of Totti min*, ea.-h of whom control about one-half f of the delegates of the convention, and it t* ex r p.--ti.i that when the convention meeti th-re will be a heated contest, an i lt la more than likely that In order to keep harmony In the ranks th ? nomltia s tlon Will ba given to a fusion candidate, for which t object a conference committee was appointed by Chairman Kuelil, of the convention, last Saturday. ? O.B. Croker, a brother of Richard Croker, who e lives with his brother-in-law, Health officer Jen ,, kins, will nail for Europe next Thursday on the steamer B_erat Hismarck. The Staten Island Yacht Club, which has had a I brilliant s-ason, will go out of commission on Mon ? day. when thc colors of the duh. which have b?en , . Boating from the top of the clubhouse at Stapleton Since Max 1. will b*- hauled down at sundown, with e appropriate ceremonies, by Commodore I.udium f Thc Grand Jury of th> Court of Oyer and Terming. t is in s.-ssiioii at Richmond, anJ was buiy ve* te rda v t iklni; evidence against oM Thomun Hurlee, th? li South Beach hermit who la In the County Jail - charged wli.h havtnfc flhot anl killed his son-in-law, d Frederick Bergmana, in the former's hut on the it morning of A?gos! Hi. Tlie taking of testimony will be c intinued to-day. William Rankle, Blaster me.hanlc of the Staten li Island Rapid Transit Railroad anl a prominent member of the Masonic fraternity, ls dying at his s home in i'ort Richmond from a cancer in the neck. t As soon as the often-postjMned sa> of the Htateii e Island Ferry franchise ia held and the franchlie t, ls awarded to the pr-vent company, the work on the s ? new and costly station at fit. deorge will be re -. aumed, and an order for two twin-screw b nts, which y are to be the fastest afloat, wi.l be given to a Haiti e , more firm of shipbuilders. i- I The residents of Tompklnsvlile are much pleaaed with the news that R. T P. Kilke, the new poat ? mister, who assumes charge of the Tompktnivltle postonVe on Monday, Intends removing the omeo from lt! present location to the Youn-r Men's Chris? tian Association building, which li convenient to thc railroad station. 4 SCARSDALE. A sociable wl'.l be held at the home of Miss Nonie Ryer. on Wednesday evening, October 10, for the purpose of raising funds for tbe purchase of an organ for the Uartidale Meihodlit Episcopal Church.