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IN AND AROUND THE GREATER NEW-YORK
WESTCHESTER COUNTY. LONG ISLAND. ROCKLAND COUNTY. WHITE PLAINS. ggrrtR preparations tor fairs, fes? tivals, ETC. a-f-OtSTRATlON ' ' BRUIN TO-DAT - I.i'll.lin.J OPERATIONS T\* I DAYU Ol? 1'!;(?'!". I v; i-i*.i:s. *n vi. ITEMS, ^y ... nlratlon ot fairs, festivals and concerts, , ?? - nb i to sn appreclatlv ? public , ., ntl legated household aff..irs I i the t'( r . v .-alic ri under the dire ii >n of Ihe mgmtm .' Oi Presbyterian Phur i. al the Audi torr:!**, a chrysanthetniim exhibition under thc f thi KpWOI th ic ague ?ol k TB cl La? fayette Hall. S festival in St. .lohn's Hall, under Ihe ',.. t energetic young women of the Church of St, John, ibe Evangelist, uni a lair at hiJ _v fur tb* i" ;i-;it of th* Lyceum, ara a.-noix ..:,. '.\ l datei of the future. These affairs kMS from ennui Hu- young and matron') women of thc rl.T-'.- tv ry fill snd winter, anl an- reallj Im ,' -ftti ? in the .- ...i'' life of th- village, -Tass, aga " it maj not be amiss t.i say thai na ..j of social pirt'c*. birthda* celebrations and en* aas-ssenta are being whispered ab..m. although the t-ason la ?? ly op '';' l ?ry f the .'li Richard H.uii-'d house, n jn- ? ity snd ctn building of Hie Revo Mlenary liv-, removes an ..ld mark '"rom Broad* ?ay, which sixty yeara ago wsa th- only thorough fire hi Ihe village. This building adjoined the ,,n vritn- bomestea i. opi* dt* th* Ci rlyon Vrms Hotel, ard the aged Bartholomew Oedney says ll originally .tiiod nt Ihi Junction .*:' Lower Broadway and the ,"'r.r;nni New-Yorh Posl Road, noa .Mani.-av.-, lt pu tbs ; ;,; building in those days, the .'>.: i hr,,*? f, ir b?*lal I passengers between Dar.burg and * i-Ycrk. rae -v.-.' ri; plai ? for Hi- Wested Cat-sty Board of Supervisors, cul thi central polnl of h?*t<-1 j...lr::.*;.' dlscussl ms Inajniries abound cr all aides as to when and -Ay-ore th* Hoar ls of Registry will convene to rrg* Inter til.- names ol n-v. voters and the names of tho** Indlh*' renl v ?;? r- who f.ii!.*i to vote laa) fall bat who .ire fully alive *? th ? ocaalon this year. A larc number of nea voters bi to ba reglatered, ptBBtBmlry from thi Bloomlngdale Asylum gi ? -faj j .... tors ol eh rtion In the four districts ??:' the town s ill c rnv< ne I i-day as a Board of R glstry fa; UH BrSI tun.. lin neal .Saturday. The houri ar* from I a. m. ; i 9 ;-? m. Ever) ?? lei uhouM r.crst-r. Th-- r.-::-'rv pla tt re: In the Frf, j,..,: ?. Town Hall; Second 1 detrict, l*ofay ute H il . Thli li-,-" , Sweenej lulldli c. !:.?: r<r. l-1\ .; Fourth Dlsti ' - b tlldlng, ; th<- , si -tir---. lu th- county, iti ad : I i to th. Itati llckei ar.l constitutional amendments, ;h" t-otera eleel thia year three members ol \t f'-mi'lv, Representative In Congn Burrogate, Sherrff. Coroner and Juatl ? il 8 -- ms. rvisor Bchirmer announces aa Ms office hiurs from ;. a. m. to ."? p, m on Mon 1. y, Wi dnesd ? ..rr : Frilay of each we< k rh-., f Engineer Stanfield has Invited thc Board of Trustees to Inspect the Fire Department on Thursday ravening n-xt, between Rabblt-st, ar.l Grove-st.. on Railroad-av ? The nev. Pr. McChesney wr'ii deliver an a hire..* at Tir. o'clock to-morrow evening in the Memorial V. E Church, appropriate toaQood Tidings Day service by the church Sabbath-school The schol? ars nnd teachers hav* been eapeclall) active :-i making arrancemetrs tor tv* services. The church Interior will be decorated with autumn leavei an 1 flowers, and win be unusually attractive. Mr* R. S. Warner and a corps nf t*.. hen are ,.,. gaged in the work of di i iratl in, The White Plains Concordia, a well-known Ger man Singing Society, save a rarprisc t" one of its members ou Monday last at Poll's T'nlon Hall, the society's headquarters. Tn- member was .Stephen W. Smith, and the affair was m honor of his six? tieth birthday. Tne evening was pass* i pleasantly ?sith singing, dancing nnd speech-making. A course supper wsa served at midnight Kx-Vlll.-ige President Harvey linster] ip loni in his preiss of the Nyach Fire Department for the reception given the White Plains I'onipany on Tuisday last, the occasion l.eing ihe annual parade of the Nyach Hit- Department and tts gueota. Th- new vocal Society recently organized at H-riry s Moore's Conservatory on Rallroad-ave. ha* resolved to name it:*, if thc Amphion Society. 'Hie ofllcera chosen are Professor William li Carpenter, president: Mrs. H. K Comstock, of Purchase, vice-president: Joseph H. Mead, secre? tary and treasurer, ant John J. O'Connor, librarian Meetings will b.- held on Tuesday evenings. The work o', rehearsing .. drama for presentation this winter has already begun under ihe leadership of prof. ssor i 'arpenter. Persons who were premium v.Inners at the recent Westchester County Fair will receive the premium morey.*, ,ti the Town Hall, in White Hlains. on Wednesday next hi lu a. an. The society will pay premiums amounting t.. M.7O0 t.. th- exhibitors, exclusive of $::.???. paid to hors, men and prlz-s to winners for fancy trap*-, animals, etc. Th- Ward brothers, of Elmsford, announce a two days' trotting meeting on tue Westchester County Fair Grounds on October .11 and November I. The races ar- mainly patronised Iv amateur horsemen and an* intended for sn. h. although professionals are not barred. Both the spectators mid principals ?ere so Pleased with th- last meeting that the approaching two days' trotting meeting is the outcome The Baptist Social Ht.ion will hold a sociable at the hom- of Mrs Hiram Howells, In Old Sprlng **t , next Tuesday evening. Ground ls l.eing broken daily in all sections of th* village for new cottages which will nut for I?! a month and upward, url rent-payer**! expel a reduction of rent next spring. HKKS. >.\*A I. NOTES. Mr. Howard Cant, of st..fiord's Pharmacy, has returned from two weeks' visit to his former home in Ontario, r'anada. Miss A imie Hurdy, the proprietor of Purdy's Ury fo.ls s: ire, In Railroad-ave., ls spending a two weeks- vacation In the A.llrcndack-*. Mts. Howard T. Montgomery has accepted the offlce of chairman of the (Jeneral Committee of the Lyceum farr. W'" K. H. Rurts and daughter, of Brooklyn, ?"id Mis* Hearne, of New-York City, who hav* IMBI i-pendlng the summer in Whit.- Hlains, have return.-1 t, th.-ir town residences Amor.-; the guest* at th" Carlyon Arm* this week **-e K W. Hreebr-v. Ha il M. Hotter. Thomas wamach anl William H. Crane, the actor, all of N <-w-Y.uk. The women of the Prcxicterlan f'hurch gave a reception for ihelr paslor. the Rev. Pr. Ma.-oiihrey. and hi* wife at the Manse on Wednesday evening "Mt. from S to 10 o'clock. The occasion was the r*e***.t occupancy of Hie new and handsome church Wrsonait*- In Harker-ove., on the site of th., old I'nurch property acquired In Colonial times. Th*, women of the Woman's Christian Temperance inion hei.j ? successful sociable ar E. C. mlflin's *S. " home on Thursday evening. Tru-tee .lanu-s Young, of th? S-cin-1 Ward, will **m?ve from hla Itailroad-ave. home In a short time H ? comm.i lions cottage purchased this week on the 1,'T."''*"**-' Post Hoad Rt Court-st., near the home ?- village President Cromwell applies tl,-. ns fur sewer extension through frotn ""eu piace j,avo nflf,n mau,. to th- Sewer Committee. RINO SI Sd. General and Mrs. Ralph Rrandreth arc in the Aiiror.idclc!. 'n* Ei or, ,inic Society borgan .1 s-rr-s of free Public lert?r,.s ].,m_ evening, when .). W. Sullivan. S-5f***Torll ("Itv. lectured before the uss,ela lion g Initial,ve and Referendum." The lecture wan -****J in tkaad Army Hajj. TARRYTOWN. JV Harvest Fair which opened h. re on Tuesday T**r th- ausplees of the A. M. K. /lon Church **N last evening, ** Rr'senquest residence, on Nepperhan Hoad, JHWen purchased |,V peter Haller, who will tak" ^l*Om neat May. rORT CHESTER. -_2 * M- Forshay. of Smllh-ave., has been en ^'nlng Mrs. Alfred Tobey ol Boston. lg-*** **?-* Noyne, ol Hlghlanl-ave., have re *UT""1 to New-York for the winter. --?? -- MAMARONECK. \e ?**********? cott *n<1 **** Bdwnrd C. Hav have rlose.l their g., *** ** Orttnta Point and will live In New-York Th0* th* Wlnt"r ter of "m""'*"* ?f Shs* KI'*4!,beIh Harri itt. daugh eharlU. *n'* Mr!?* Thomas . Harriott, of Rur in .iii ri'- "> Winiam Hurler, of llockl.m.l ? w-*i Uk* place on Wedm-vl ny. YONKERS. THK EWIXQ-COCHRAN WEDDING TO TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY. NEW-ROCHELLE, Miss Jttlln O. Wllmorth and Miss Florence V. Hyatt have returned from their trip lo the c in? vention of the Hi.worth League. Henry P. Stok-""* and family will occupy their cottage iu l/ockwood-ave. until bite in th- fall. HIE RM ERROR'S .iori: Prom The I-jndun Btandard. \s Um Hmperor William was stepping on board his yacht the other dav hs was mel I.y a sailor named Joerg. who bau in his hand a mug of beer, whl'h he was carrying Into the officers' cul.In The Emperor wss very much amused at the discomfiture of the pour fellow, wbo did not know ni Hist what to do, and who tinnily saluted the Emperor, holding th- beermug convulsively sgalnsl the seam of hw bi.he:-. The Emperor stepped up t,. th.- ssllor, anl sddressed him most amiably. '"Bee, Joerg, **0*1 have done thal Very stupidly. 1 will show you how one should behave In muli a sltuntitin. (So np and I imagine that y...i ar- the Emperor, and I shall be tho snllor Joerg " The poor (allow did nol dare re I monsirate; he had to come on boord i.v ths Ira peria! gangway, an'l the Emperor William n.et him \ below In his new role of a sailor with a beet mug. ' when he saw Joerg, the Emperor effected some I embarrassment, but he then *et tbs nins* t,, hi* lips emptied it completely, put lt down on the xhlp'* I |e.ige and then made his salute. "Pa von sse, I..erg'' That ls the Ihe way lt must be done. Now, remember; and now go below nnd tell them to give j vou another glass of beer, and one for you. too: I' l they question you, Just tell that I sa! I *o. and ths: Ithev should not be angry, for the beer was beauti? fully fresh and tasted very good." KN'TRRTAINMKNTfl OF THE JTIKTRR KEAHON FAIRLY lui'ii V ".'KW V.ru.l'iM'.s PLANNED HOCIBTT KOTEfl AND NEWR j Th** marriage of M as Anna Phillips eldest daugh* ' ler of Ur. and Mra William P. Cochran, to Thon aa Ewing, jr., son . .*" Oeneral Ewing, la lo lake place , al noni on Wedneeda j ol nexl week al st John's K;.(sepal Church lt was tn Hi's church that Mr. und Mra Cochran were married, nnd the beni ll. t lon will be pronounced by the Rev. Washington I Rodman, of Astoria, who performed the ceremoti) on thal ... asion. Th- brtdentnnidfl trill be Miss j Mary I., Archibold, of New-York Pity; Miss Mary j .' Rust, of Chicago: Miss Ali.- R. Bwaby, of Ben- j er* Falls; Miss Mari.* T. Haughton, of Bryn Mawr; Miss Beal) Kwlng, Miss .Mani- h. Baldwin, Miss .Inn.-. Waring aird M.ss Marv H. Kellenger, ol' Yonkers. The ushers will bs P. Tecumseh Bhi 1 man and Herbert Nobie, of New-Tort City; Hamp? ton P. Ewing, Alexander Stui'h Cochran, Henri W. Hartor Charles Phillp Easton, Ans .11 Baldwin and Pr. Robert N Flags, td Yoahera Miss Elinor De win Cochran, sister of the bude will be maid of honor-, arri William Cox Hw ini; Of Washing? ton, will be best man. Thc ceremony will be fol? low.-: i.y a reception nnd wedding breakfast al Duncraggen, I hi beautiful summer home of Ihe bride's parema invitations are oul f u th" wedding of Henri Pierpont and Ml/a Albertina Watson, t.. be held al I'luist 1'.pis-..j..1' Church on Wednesday next rhe "Mothei Goose" part) at Ihe Parkhill Coun try Club House on Tuesday evening was s pies nnl and successful affair The walls of the room were d.irate.) with ninny representations of hei children, and on the drop curtain "-o *?' ii iloos- herself In colored paper. An hour of dancing preceded ths nine tableau*, which constituted the entertainment, the characters being taken bj pn rn* in-ni society people of ihe cltj The tirsi tableau wes "Jack Sprat! nnd Hts Wife." by William Eld. ridge and Mr- Theodore H. Berick. Following ame "Jack and JIU" iMr. ai..i Mrs v s Brown ell); "Blmpl- Simon" (William El Iri : -. ? "< i'd u ? , Cole and Hil Fid llei Three" (E Iwar 1 VU.u . Messrs Shonnard, Sha a an 1 Laney, with M Holmes as Cupbearer); "Little Red Riding Hood" (Miss Alice Eldridge); "Whirs Are You Oolng, Mj \'r-".\ Maid'' ..Mrs Getty and Mr- Liri-vi. "Lit? tle Bo Peep" (Mts* Carolyn Evana); ' Y. int Limbs i" Ss ll" ..1 Btanfi 1 I Brown ir 1 M - Bl li Miss Brownell and Master Holmes! Al Ihe of ihe lableaus dancing was r- um< I, and ma' novel costumes were seen Thal which attracted the mosl attention w. a Ihe ?.n. worn by Miss Man* Vld.iud ns the "Maid In Ihe Harden linn her Cloth***." She wore .. chatelaine ..'.1 n< I tl ored rlothes-plna. M.-s Emil] Thorne waa "Mistress Mar-.". Mrs charles Ashmead and .Mis Evans were "Queen of Hearts." and Frank Dwyer waa "Tun tbe Plper'a Son." I'm,nu ti,., evening there y*s 1 "Mother Goose" laneers Ihe -eta dancing to Mother Ooo** tr. ladies. Th* neal dal will I ? ? th. ? ?. niiu; of Nov. mber I Th* annus entertnlnmeni foi tu.* benefit o* Si I ': ' Hospital will ts givi n n Th 11 and Prtd \ evenings nen) w.. I. ii Musli Hall, with a matinee on Saturdai afternoon, when "TabN ma Ph ntaama" will bs given Tri- entertainment will be given under th- patronage ot Mr- William D 1 van Baldwin, Mm Hall F Baldwin Mrs .1 ? n Kendrlck Hangs. *??< Henry H Beecher Mra t D. Blab Mrs A 8 Hr ?wn< ll, Mra Gk orge R Bunker, Mra Chariea Henry Hurler. Mrs '*.*- ^-. P Butler, Mr- Lyman Cobb, Jr., Mr- William v C bren Mrs Andrew Deyo, Mrs v. fl .;.,.. 1. :.h Theodor* Oilman, Mr* .'nari.-.. B. Gunther, Mrs Harry Holbrook, Mr- Fred.ri- \V 11.11*. Mrs John <" Havemeyer, Mrs Wlilism I. Heermsnce, Mr* Virgil I* HumsBon, Mr< William B Innis. Mr D. W. C. Kellenger, Mr* A. C Ketchem Mrs Justus I.iwr-n -. Mrs, \v.ili-i- w Law. Mis i- r Myers. Mrs Norton P '''lc*. Mr- Ralph K I "rim Mrs lohn Held. Mr? A. Middleton Hose Mis Mary Bcrugham, Mr* Theodor* li Bllkman, Mr- Ales* ender Smith, Mrs winiam ii Sherman Mi- .; r Talma Ige, .vp* Stephen H. Thayer, Mra Arthur White and Mis* Lock* Tb" n,.?v hospital f..r the c,,r- ./ children with contagious diseases, at 'he Leake and Watts ? trphan Home, trill ba rsa I) for use In a few day* n st ,- u on a bluff at the wesl end of tn?- grounds overlook? ing th- river, ll ls of brick un i stone, 40x100, nn 1 built after plans prepared by George Brown, lb* superintendent of lbs hom- Charles Sherman, superintendent of ths American Express Company, has broken ground for u house to ros) about %::'?< and J v Wallow. .,r No rn Drosdwav. Nea York City, for a hou.*i to cost aboul 111, 0, doth ai Park Hill. Alfred D Hyde, of No MS i In ? i ? iv. ,11 lyn, Stephen I". Higgins arel ex-Alderman John I-'. Kane all have cottages under wny at Cedai Knoll Mrs. .M irv A. Holden, of New-York" City, has pur? chased the Pow hons-, at Yonkers Park The pier ru .("Tty belonging to the Ludlow estate, al Pler-sl , Ludlow, I* being extended, and when finished will be "SO feel long and al.out 1". fer deep. The new Pori Field si rag- reservoir, In Palmei ave., i . i fax advanced that water will -be Iel Into a portion of lt before tne end of tbe month. The reservoir u .:'.". feel sbovi the level of th* Hudson inver and v. ill have u capacity of fslOOO.OOO gallons of Watel lt ls the Intention of tho Watei Commissioners lo invite thc cltlsens to Inspect the reaervoli before the water is let in. The inn-resting literary relic which Colonel Mat? thew H. Kills has presented lo th* Rev, H Parkes Cad man, deserves ncr- than a passing mention ll ls the exact copy of Miltons famous agreement bj which he s i'd "Paradise Lost" lo Samuel Simmons, the printer at Alderagste-st., lyndon, for B down. the promises of an additional i', after fine sale of another edition ..f MO copies, anl two sums of CB each aft-r th.- sale of two more .dillon* of the sams slae. The original was photographed by Colonel Ellis in the British Museum In 1X1*2. anl the special p.-rmlsslon he received to photograph it is the onlj One eyer given. Heglnning to-morrow night, the Rev. Dr. .lanie* Bixby, pastor of Hope i nit uriari Church, In this City. Will b-gln a serle* of Sunday -vening lectures at' th- f'nurch In North Broadway, n.ar living Place, on the "Questions of tb.* Pay/' The Bun? ted "f the first lecture ls "Modern Doubt and I. igmattsm." Among the addition* to the |ak* at Parkhill I* a i.ireh i.ark canoe, mal- i.y the Labrador Indian* lt wan pureba sad by A. s. Brownell, In Quebec. It was brough! to that city loaded with furs, and, after lt-.* cargo had been sold, the Indian, disposed of the canoe. It arrived h<*re ihi* week. J. Bloat Hassett. Wno spoke at Musi- Hall Tuea? day evening, was entertained by City Attorney Jamea M Hun' Sereu,. K Payne was entertained by william Delevan Baldwin, M. s. Presbrey, managing editor of "The Forum." of this city, started on Thursday for a trip to tbs South. Mrs. John H. Trevor "returned this week from Europe. Pr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stilwell, of Great Berring. ton. were the guests this week of Mayor and Mrs John Peens. To-day is the last day of registration, nnd .not half the voters of the city have as yet been en? rolled, (in last Saturday only 7N1 names were re? ceived by the inspectors, bringing th* registration ihis year to 'A.t'JA. against 1,700 lu HM, and .'...'.::? at the election In lK.C Tue r. glsirailui nv wards lasl week wu: Finn Ward. IjBO', Second Ward, 1.121; Third Ward, Ml; Fourth Ward, bi; Kif lb Ward, 7S1. MOUNT VERNON. VOTERS wno HAVE SOT REGISTERED ll WK A I AST CHANCE TODAY. vami:': nv vi.vi.i'vi'KS v\-|i OPPONENTS OP IN SEX ATION THK vv IT v s .-.,.,(ivs ITH v 'mvrrkaky not*** op INTKKWT. Persons otherwise qualified to vote, bul wu., have not registered, will hav- ;., ,\., op to-day ur the) will not bs perin.tte.i to ?,?,.?,? on Sovembei ?> Thc regis- . trallon up to last Ssturda) rss considerably Bhoi of Hie total w.t- i is: year, and Hus baa been attribute,! in part to an error m.id- in some ..f th- loci' pspet relative t.. the naya of registration, and staling j that th- ii-- daj would i.. ai-t,,i... .?; " The fad la thai to-day la the Issi da) on which voters mai register, and tb- law requires thnt every one I desiring to rote mn*; persona ly appear and register bis name, whether or nol bc was registered st n.e previous election. Tbs horns when the regtstrsttou pUces will be open are from I s ra. to ? p. m. The next sue.Ung two wc. k.- will be full ?.f nu sionary wort on thc part ..f the sdvocates nnd >.p ponenta on annexation. For ? vera! months ihe un- I nexattonlsta anl antl-annexationlsta have plied i their pena and their tongues with vn*..i and earnest. icss. anl hav* used up printer's mk snd helped to swel! th.Ifer* of ihe Postofllce Department in instiu.'ting rhos,, who .h.. sui,!,.,*??.i ii I.- Incapable ol determining for themselves whsi ls best f,.r tbe community and individuals. During Ihe Interval be? fore Election Day th- advocates '??? -mt against will ii,ak- lt theil business :-> buttonhole -viv doubtful voter, either ri th. street or at his horne, ,,i i r.-i: him what ll i- lu- u il) lo do .ni i then In? ti ' ?:, i do ll The Wltan Bo lety, a club "f man uni won n who have held blmonlhl) meetings "taring lbs 1.'-' two seasons, t. read and discuss literary snd drsmatlc w--ik<. celebrated ri* tenth snnlversar* ..ii Thursda) evening at Cro" Nest, the hun- cf Frank Ft, Chambers '*r,.' Nest ls on the borders of Mci:,- Vernon snd rtronxvllle, sud ll i- a;.:-. ,-r ,- ' named, l.bum th- nonar stani* on a lofty -rn ti.-n ?? iin I in i l ? -' I har. I- IBM '" tt, rip P- ....'.i-i through a a i ir.; snd shaded driveway, Th- . .-. ning wes ,,,.. of - ?;.! Intercourse, relating ? f reminiscences of th- socletj ..ni Improvement* in Mount Vernot in Sen Vort and In Ibe Vs tlon, ms snd li tiers from ar.?nr mem ben '; irge i ; tlon hall was ?istefull) ? ',. i with foi ? ?? ind flowei ? ich mern* | .- r woi .' ii itlon, ..'? i the - bivi rere I pb In which refro meni His* la -I" i I. ? kw . . I was elect I pr ?- - iml Mli i *?; h rc Tl I ? ? sr) A-n i . Ihe many preaeni wrre Di and Mr- Robert ll m-. . . M r < I . \ li isle l-anta, Mt and Miss r Monti r) Ila.; Mt ami Mra V i: I'l a-ril- ? -. MISS ii" ' i ' ' - in ' -'- of ll i ? .:' . Mr* I.I'.-: I Ml III I - ? i: ri . Edward lt. ..-. I in- Mi**-* car? rie. Sara . Mlsa r*srrie I/..-K *4i nd Mia R (bert McVli kar. Mt sn I M. . |> ,:,. rts. Mrs. 1 ' ?* ind Mr. and Mr* ludson \ : ? ? lll< The Oraiorto 8 ;? > n Us rehearsals of lbs ? \*. , n Thursda) *v?nlr <. In anti 'Ipa I lon ?? , publ rendering of it aboul Hhristmss lime. , t\ if m dei Ih* pers r, .1 ? ipervislon and ? .,., ,,f professoi Hallam, nd Ihe membei ship rs about I.*fl Tl ? - I i anxloua to In. ?i, ise ?- membership, a* Ihe membei cr. that ?'?? :?? ir- ri.ar | not noa VM I Who hn\ ? good 1 I desirable a |UH lions An "sutumn i ii i given by D in si Oa) a th. i: leveli Manor Pelhamvllle, whees lbs families of Mr hm. Mr* Liv* .ri Hay. and Prof*** nor a "? ? ? rge V* Coll hav* sp< nt Hie sum* ,?.., on M . I * ? - ? *"' ?"" mad* Ihe Interior of thi house enjoyable ind th r* was a greal lng n*. in an old fnahloaed fir-pu ?*. before which the part) rrached nuts and I k. popped rora. -ip : ? sr eel cider, at* cf 'h' ? .f fruit ind ot ber soo I tblna* ' ' ? mi f :?" I must Among the man) I rung i- pl* preaeni w.re tb* Misses tannie Uni icltei be rr i.. nw N Carllale, Jos*, phln* V Carlisle, lauran and Isabel nark und thc Mi Lu is, Merrian Kingsland, Brinekerhoff, Morgan si I ? in A nen ir,, . In lb* M I .ralr> ni | 1 );.- pa* be -ri presented i> ti.- issuing ol s summons and com plain I -ti'..l upon lu Edward V Brush, thi hold-over Mayor, in s quo-wsrrento suit brough 1 by the Attoi... \ I ? ? nei il ol Ihe Btate ll la d? mai -i lhal Ma yoi Bruah i- ousted and that Hilson l-ewls, in* Bepubllcan claimant, be seated ,n hr- pla. ? 'i'h- B ires i ol >'(' it ? ? ii rai > ? i for a fall i . .il .t in rt.- v. .!.-? : reid f tu Ihe i.r, t. held Thursday, Frlda) .: I Saturday ..f io-x t w. ek The w,.;,.i> ,,t Captain ('hark** .i ("hsIfield, whi recentl: immltr. I luli-bi* while lufferlng fr,un ti mpomi \ <? received 11,000 (rom I (olden Bod .'."ii...!. Hoya I Ar anim, of which t'aptaln Cha Ifield wa* a membei Although he lefi othei llisiiral- - Cl 'rr:. . this I* 'lc- III ll to be pill Th* Women ? Christian Temperance I'nioii has electr*. th* foll ?? ng nfll -r* President, Mrs fl Le Page; \i??- president, Mr- fl Carroll; recording tee reta ry, Mrs N ll i.. kwaod; corresponding h.-.-r' tary, Mr... ll, H. Le Ha/-, treasurer, Mrs. li i. Hk.lt: . Pl EKSKILL. There will be i good t Mttball gam ? ..i lbs I'.-k* kill Military Academy th:* afternoon between iu* eleven ..f the Academy, whi-h h,.* won every gam- that it has ployed tills season, and the team of ii,- College of tin- city of N'.-w-Vork Ther* will bs a lari'- at tendance and a clOM colite*!. Dr B, H. Hoi:.m. m. B. Peri*) and \v. ii Pierce have i.ii h mting in the Adirondack* ihe pres ? nt week. Dr. ibu ton and Mr Perry returned yesterday. They brought arith them s handsome ISO-pound five-year-old deer, shot by them during th- week .ui Ihe Hoke Moonshine Mountain, lloth sportsmen shot together, and both shots were . f fe, th.* The b.-ililIfnI animal was on exhibition ? t Perry's market y-*atarday. They also brought hon,.* with them a tito- niling of Woodcock and quail. Columbian Hose Company sent a latia, to New. : burg to take part la the lout u i in-tit on \V,.|i, t day. Tb*) won VA In Ihe hos.* ra.-.-, it,.th Colum? bian Engine c..mp,my and Columbian Huh.* Com? pany went ti Newburg Thursday Bach bad a band and a h.. nd-..nie hos.- carriage, li.on the il? ium of th- companies they wera mel ?t lbs wharf bi th.* r.-.-i ..r ih.- I'-.-k-kiii Pira Department, aad there was a parada aboul lbs streets, which were lined with d.-nse crowd.* of people nnd Illuminated with bonfires, rad Bra, pyrotechnics, etc. Hichaid W. Oldfield, of Stoney Point Lodge No BU, V. and A. M , assisi,nt lecturer lu Hr.ind I.flier Ra.v undid, ol Hie Crand LodgS ot Ibis State, pud a irlsll to Courtlandl Lodge No. ;?. F and A. M . Thursda) night Bald Kagle Association Haymakera, a branch ut the Improved Order ..f Bed Man, waa organ? ised on Monda.! evening last, with a charter meni bcrshlp ..f forty. Paai Chief Haymaker J. J Sloane of yonkers, assisted b) sixty members of Neparan Ho.lg-, of lhal city, Instituted Hie i,?ig.* Hlftv veterans from mani different states; ns far west a*, in,liana, responded t*. roll-call yaaterday at ih- fourth annual reunion of the Hatti* Light Cavalry, ls, Brigade, : I Division, Second New-York Volunteer .'ivairy, mid here. At ihe business meeting al noon M I-' Hat. h. of New Vork pre? sided. Iddresses were mada bi Alderman Hoisted, tor the city; Captain John Smith, president of the Survivors' Association Sixth Kew-York Heavy Ar? tillery, for I'eeksklll veterans, and Captain Hatch for ih* Harris i,ki,. Hus rd Captain ll P Bart? lett, ..' Lafayette Poet. No, Hu. New-York lit) gave un exhibition ..f bugle-calling, He was bugler to General Henry T Davis Tl.xhthltlon of the original streamers ? ..' ll n. ral Kilpatrick, nude by his final wife, Mice, aroused Inten.nthuslaam The -.id vei- had nor seen Ihem sine* they lefl the field The) wera In possession ot (.bram v..* burg. commander of Klip*'rick Boat, who made an address Th* H-v \v i Pattison wa* chap? lain Th- afternoon waa spent with Eugen* H Travis, mi his historic Revolution a ri farm Hal? low* Hill ESx-Dlatrtct-Atlorney D. c Hrigg* and ex-Judge Thomas Nelson, of New-York; Hr. .1 ll Curry and ..tiers spoke. Luncheon wa.* served on the lawn in the evening, ni s campfire in liberty Hall, ofllcera w.-r>- chosen and man) speeches were mads uri:. Archbishop Corrigan, of New-York, will confirm ri large dam of children st th.- Cborch of the Resurrectl m thi* afternoon Resurrection ihi* sfternoon The opening reception of the Rye Dancing Clas* wa* hei i Thuradsi averring .it Hyperion Hali, under Hi- direction of Elliott Harris, it-Mam N Edwards and Oeorge N. Chandler. LONG ISLAND CITY. BISHOP M'DONNELL TO DEDICATE A SEW AN'li COSTLY CIH'RCH RKCOVBRT PROM Il.l. I". ilCII Ni: HOT POLITICa IN' THE EX-CZAR'S i>" M VIN ' Il VN'.'ilr-' "I' RKPt'BI.Ii an sr-'. 'Ks*-'. Ri Mary's new church on Yemon nvenue, Long Inland City, will bs dedicated bv Bishop '?? Donnell on Sunday. October '-'*? \ hut-''en.-nil McNamara ui"l b number >>f prominent Brooklyn r'ergymen will be in at tanda. The nen edifice la ona of the rims' in the dloreac H is bun on ths site of Ibe old mi... whi.h was destroyed by Bro a vent and ? bal' ago, while Father McOulre, Ihe pastor, was in Europe Tha Br* destroyed property worth i; "?"?'. besides rh- .-bur h. schoolhouse and pa t... hi:.i residence Bishop McDonnell will deliver au address ut ih- .ii,? of ihe dedication servlcefl und win i.di of Pather MKJulre's victory over les iii fortune. Liniet' v. Knapp, ih- Republican candidate for t'ity Treasurer of Lon** Island City, In making an li' rive and Vigorous canvass through th.- lippol wards Mr. Knapp wan Indorsed bv Hi- Okwson party, and i? looked upon as a sine winne H's opponent on 'he Democratic sid- is Frederick vv Bleckmenn, who ama renominated b) tbe Sanford und Kavanagh purtles Bleckmenn has lom many friends in rh- pasi year through his slavish Bub servlency to th- Jeffersonlsn Democrats IVbll* (I lea son '-..is In power, Bleckmenn peralstenll) re? fused t" pay arr w ? I r;. I ' - Issued b) Ol* -"ii whi. ii mn..:, l ..? favoritism o' a 'deal" until he wu* mandamused snd rompelled lo do so b) Ihe courts This la hov. be came to I? nani l Ihe "Watchdog ..f th- Treasury." Sm.- thi sanford par'v .au.* lino office, however, Mr Bte Ire.-'in i.,.s not refused to honor a single warran! Issued i.y them, although many thousands >.' dol'ara <>f claim* pahl bv him were !<?? lated Illegal i>\ Gleason, nnd ih- owners o' them notably Thomas II Told, dare nut bring HI. ison into -ont -vi'li a vlei Ol proving ih- legs Uti of their .anns and ompelllng ihe Mg <*ar to liquidate rh. m Mr. Knapp pro i.? to ? ooduct th- ..til.-., on business principles without f-it or fa.>.r ll- .v..s ., candidate :'m st..t- Senator a fe* \- ira ago agalnsi Bdward ??' oyd-J. t'ongrsssman lau.- i v\ i'overt, ..: Mi- Isl Con? gress District, who I.- lined renomlnstlon Ishi week, has returned to Ihe pn Hei "f law. Mi .'overt had the lal 'esl ? ' i> o an) lawyer In ijue. -is . "oiint) ? hen he lefl th- Pta! ? s- nate '" I- ..tn- ii mi. . ? Hi had a m mo| oly of all rhe big rrimlnal cases Bid fl greal Influence with M . ? r ls b-loved bv the 1 - ipls of hi* dlslri '. and iheli reggi i fm him alli go a wa) b no.. i wsj toward .'inn Richard r vi- '..rmi.', lo* sm -?..r Mr Covert'* friends think that a >nnn of th- i v Govern .r's Billilly and r... ..ri should succeed i?'?ii. and noi an unknown man Ik* Joseph K.T-h. the Iiemocratli nomln<*e ?*> DI ll. SS A Mi SUFFOLK COI \ TIES. N'oTks ..;? nivv - \;...N.; TUE "fofl ii \ S i BIIORI1 I--cc. j it ip-i\ -. of Newtown, County Bui lend, nt of the Poor, ha* started a movement wltb a view of presenting lo Policemen llenr Mi u'n. , ipi un l llenr) K keri, ihe burglar <>n "Tues ? lu\ last, ? pm*. Man.;: captured th- burglar on \i ?i len ; me, Sen los n afb ? th* Hi i h i :'* ? I five sh>.i- at bim Th"? far USS lr. been sub? scribed, end lt I* experted thal Ihe fund wi I r. . li l*in Martin was seven . wounded by ihe I ind Buffers a greal deal of pain IVHh the money prisented lo him th* officer propones lo bu) s horse yuh which lo eovoi h'* territor) at more i lent Ini raia Tl - To ?? ri Boar I ha- . resolutions i ommendlng Martin f..r hi* brai ery, and Ibo residents along the route which he patrols have also Increased th* amounl which they contribute *....|ih lowsrd his aalar) li ;r.*-:,t Martin real ir.-t loot ti >n I ? ,. week from bi* om; it lon A fair and festival under th- dire, lion Of the i.s.ii,.,? lid s... i.-.v of tin. m. k.-.iu- Refon.I church ?.i* opened In Qrand Central Hall on w. in. sd..' \ i.unit., i of \ ? .im* people '. the .hon of ihe church over which ibe Bev K nm wei lei prasld d at (<ong Islnnd Cit) were ; Tba proceeds of Hie fail will bs used foi rhui i. Improi ements Work wi i ie begun In ,. fee dnys on a new .'ath? oll- chui.-h which Bishop McDonnell proposes to establish rn ("ayvUle, ?i'i, Ronkonkoma is IM chief mission The id-hop has slreaoy been over the ground uiid hns decided thsl lhere ar* enough Catholics si thees two pla-.* to Barrani the estab? lishment of snot hei pat i ?!. s.-hooi Commlsslonei James s Cooley lia.* three school Bghta on haul one al Kati Ro I ? ty, one al I'lojal I'ark and a third St Hold- A short tim* agu the taxpayers "f Hollis voted lo ex pe ti ' lio.i i) fm a ne* school building Th* trustees .. :*??! for J. ? bul a compromise was malu on hall ihe amount. Th* greatei p..rt or" the acreage ..:' Hollis lie* south of the Dong (aland Railroad, while the greatest population of lha villus- la on the north side of the tracks The south side j.pl* carried a scheme through to havs th* ne* school situated In tl.-nile of Ihe dial ric I territorially This would brinn thu Mite un th.* south shh- of the railroad tr.nk and compel I.In- t> ut hs of the children St lending lbs -.-hool t.. cross lha railroad to an.uni IIS SeHHlol.H The north side p.-np- Ml.-li p'opuS-d io solve ths difficult) b) dividing the dlstrici and building two schools instead of one Hom ml a* i r Cooley fnvored 'hi* scheme, which proposed .. mai*..* the division line well south of th.- rsl I road and thu* take in ii large share ol the largest tax? payers Some of ihe taxpayers did nol Uk- this ar? rangement, and employed Counsellor i.yon lo tight the division The law vet has obtained un "? '? r noni stnie Superintendent nf put,M.- instruction i P, rrookei forbidding th.- trustee* t.. divide the district, ard the matter I* ex;ieoted t.. assume u nen phase at lha next meeting ..: M,.- m ard <>f Tl lintel * The Rat. Charles Clearwster. of Mount v..mon. N. V. han accepted th.- -al ..: 'b- Reformed i'burch of Newtown, and will assume the dullen of bl* now pastorate un soon as th,* parsonage noa i .-nurse of erection la ready for his reception Last Bundey Mr Clearwater preached two ebie and pleasing sermons, which made a favorable Impres? sion upon his hearers Hs bas tho reputation of being a brilliant thinker and a forcible pn-u. her Hloodgood H .'utter, tn.- l.oin- Island "fannel poet.'' who, al ii public auction lasl '.pring , ii chased Ihe old Queens Count) Houri House al Mil.1.. baa transplant, i a wine of th- building io bin old home ai Little Ne. k. The main building at Min-., a win noi tie Interfered with for lome lime, Mr. Cutter sa.s h.- is considering the ndvia ai.i|n> ..f turning lt Into an old ladles' h une In th ? i'1-ui future. Pores! Hsynor und Miss Qrnre I) Hand, of Point Jefferson will ba married in Christ .'burch on Thursday. i"clob*r :?.'-. si noon. A reception will i. held at the i.nde'n horns Hx-Ald-tinan Anthony Miller, proprietor of ths la.li- Inland >'lly Hotel. Hunter's Holm. In on the loud m. recovery, after being lil since April Ui I Mi Miller waa s member of the New Vork Board of Aldermen during lha T*.I regime, and aaa ona of tba fi w pubic m.*n who had itu* courage to denounce Tweed while the hitter was al the xenith Of bin power and popularity Mr Miller was also a candidate for state genatoi against Tw.I and (/Donovan Roana. Tweed won br) a small mn iority, bul never took bis seal Shortly afterward, Mr Miller mond lo Long Island ilty, where he became the Mien,| of th* leading public mm of uueena County, Including stan* Committeeman Cord Meyer, Jr.. fount) Clerk .lohn Stttphln, and Congressmen James \v Hover! nnd Perr) Bei mont. Alli I VI ll ii:. The subject of building a Molle-, railroad across country in being aga** revived, and the people are i.-u.ly to provide n.e mons) foi ihg scheme, pro? vided the pei.pl,. ,,f 11 uni Hu.'lon and Amity, db* or ai bast ibo electric-light companies, show Interval enough to com.r these two rillages Th- proposition an presented ls Ibm the backers nf the scheme win furnish ali the capital tn bi.lld th,- road and necessary equipments from Hunting* ion tn I ml ty ville, if ihe electric companies win Ini mans their plant -.. n* to proi Ids curie nt enough io operate lbs road. Amllyvllle ls anxious to do no. and if Huntington fulls lo full in with the pim lt ls probable thal tbs offer Rill tie made I.. Nulli port. Tin- rout- ls supposed r,, run from lbs Long island Railroad ai Huntington to the Mon tank division of that road here, passing through or dose to Pnrmlngdals The distance is nb,.ut fif? teen mile*, rh.- road would connect by ferry with Hie trolley road at South Norwalk. ; 'onn. li l. gaga osmer of the schooner Scranton re? turned yesterday from Kew-London, near where the schooner was lo*t He say* the crew consist? ing of four men, wan drowned, 'ihe schooner and ber i-sn-o of brick are p total lons goo was wrecked In ihe heavy (-ale of i?,t0her I] Amltwllle Hone Company Sr, I, of South Amity* ville, ls liiillillna a handsome two-OtOfy carrlage bouse. ll is a new company, and has ho far been successful, there being about sight** numbers In i' BENS0NHUR8T. A PRKSRIXn NEED POR KIRK HYDRANTS IN THK TOWN. MEWS VOTES VNl, QCMfllP, PCRgONAI. ANi> BOCIAL, ll:...\I vl(.,l'Ni. aRAVESBKO l:?.Y-T"> MAXY DOOfl I'ull COMPORT. Waiter- Bell, son cf Major Thomas Be'.l, of Bil !: ' nrsl street, who recently returned from u protrai ted stay In tbe Adirondack Mountains, will spend lbs wiur.-r- ut Asheville, X. C., where he goes tor the benefit of bis health, starting i;*-*r weak. Republican ward headquarters for thc campaign baie i...ri establlahed in th* foung Men'* Chris* tia.i issoclntlon Hali. Eighteenth and Main st--... Yuh Pell Manor, whare Hie leaden and active workers will report Thorough and paratatant work promises io be rhe order Of the day. Kdward .vi .'lari:-.,ii. the Republican candidate for the As? sembly, win alao nuke ih.- hall bin headquarters. His i honers of election nie more than bright, al? though !hi?i district i-.m been represented by a I .-mo. rat for ...nie terms. An effort ls being made to have tire hydrants place I ut suitable joints i0r the protw Mun of property, and. arith thia end In view. Louis M. I..-"! and William Bell, of Bay Ridge, repreaenting nearly three hundred realdenta, r.mtly called on j the Board of City Works and presented a petition ! to i'-pun Commit doner Lyman. The officials said j tl:-', would c. isidor the matter, and doubtless favorable action win fol.ow Tha necessity of fire hydrants i* Imperative, and steps tu further this wick will also be tai*>a b) other section* of 'he ward. i.' M night a meei ng waa held st tbs X'w ' tr ? Club for tba purpose of arranging for an Individual bowling tournament Captain Bates*s ie mi . iriled uh* the honors and a prize on the re. ?. nt roll off on a tie game. A handsome bou.se -.vin i?* erected for W. H Hanna, ol the firm of Brombecher & Co., New I'ork, who purchased four lots on Seventy-fourth street, Hay Ridge Park, a few daya ni*,o. for which be i aid 11.3 ?? Hr Gleason is a new ai ??? Mon to the list of Ben* ronhurst's physicians, an-i ha has opsnsd an office In ' bs Hot' 1 H. t,sunburst H...* i|te repeated remonstrances from ?l.e people if Bei inhursl to the Brooklyn Cit) Railroad, 'he ondltlon of the walting room*- at Third avenue and Blxty-flfth-streei ramnlna unchanged. lone wats are sometimes unavoidable at thia p'a. e. Bl 1 iii lin I.-tiler. I w -ri i her the dlSCOmfortS of th- frsme died, which has no accommodations 1 '.-..i foi wom.?:! and children, ar- severely felt. | Ano her effort wi I be msde to abolish the annoy* md a direct appeal will bs made to Pracadenl Ha niel l .>??.?. k ..f the company, who ban usually ra ! I promptly to ail complaints relative to th.* : -r\ i ?? of hla road As waa expected, th- ring or machins Democrats have placed M fl Horton, formerly Highway i'om mlssioner of t):?- old lown of New L'trecht, In nom? ination for the Bupervlsorshlp. The Psrgusson fac? tion had s.l.?-t.| Willam Keegan, private ne-re 'iirv o' Supervisor Keri:;;..son. and secretary of rhe Inebrlali - Home al tori Hamilton, an succeasor io ih- doubtful honors enjoyed by his employer, i ur he waa defeated after a stiff Hunt by the ?i tl - onltes beaded b) Hr. John K. Ho vi ii . a | i oinii:.-ut physician of Benaonburst, and i - . ? .'...? a strong aiy of the Supervisor. Thin move w.il. i- :- siii, break the back of th** mach'ne. i> mo ri ? After Kori r. waa nominated the que.* Wlll bia nama appear on tha official hill. ? T ii Board of Election, under advice of the Corporal I n Counsel, decided nut to print Hie ma* .ri.n- candidate's nam- on the ballot, and ht* conn? s', -i. .I.iin-s c. Church, nephew Of the notorious Church, of Hort Hamilton, who ha* h-aJ '. v:!'..| ali Ihe nefarious N-w-t'trocht ring nehem-s fir th- Issi ten y.-ar.*. obtained a writ on t*.ic boar 1 -. show "is- why Horton's name should nut be i n> order b.*rn? male returnable to-day .mi in which the corp uat ,n Counsel, McDonald, will appear for 'h.* wiri in connection with mis controversy, Ihe Republicans, on Wednesday, de* el led to piece John V. pelt, luper**lsor*elect, in thu tl-'i. .ir 1 rik-' no chm-- of I .nilli; thc office by de Mr Van Pelt's certificate waa ti'- l th- sam** :,-. H u. Rummel, of Bay Twenty-elghth-et., ..... !.?? of Hi- yacht K.l.la D., and a New York artist, was the recipient of a barometer at the ta? ren I annual .Hillier of thc llrooklyn YacUt .'lib , Ti.e reunion ami spr-mi and distribution of prize* I tool; place a' I'liner Hark. \ "Qreatet Nen Yoi'.'' meeting was he'd in Brewer) Hail. Slnety-stxth-streel and Third-ave iiu-. Kori Hamilton, Wedneeda) evening. io da\ iii- Phoenix Football .'lull win play <"iass :- of rh- Polytechnic Institut.* at Bensonhurst. A ?m.* miiii- ls expected, weather permitting, and mar \ young women friends of the respective clubs \ ii-,. expei led t.> i,- present I'll- final irane In tl,.* cribbage tournament of the New ftr.cht Club was played hint Saturday nlghl Commodore Charles ll simonnon won drat prise, Judge .lohn Cowenhoven rccond, und .iud*-.* John .' Rhodes tbli I Tin- usual ceremonies fol- , loweil 'h- completion of the serle* Hogs appear to be the bane of Benaonburst. Tho I anima a at- >>f all .*i7.-n and varying dispositions. though it ls evident an effort is made to secure ibe large*! and fiercest looking brutes possible. Ostensibly the canines are for protection, bur many w.uii.i, m..i children are male decidedly uncom? fortable when wn'.klng by these alktged guardian*. Complain ta are "requenl of attacks by dogs, und wholesale shootings hnve been threatened unless th- nuisance I- abated, The people wonder if thero in nor an ordinance for the suppression of the too num. rous dog. I.arv* audience* witness the pay of thc Crescent football team, who Indulge lu I tactile name* on their grounds ai Beventy-nfth-atreet, on the Shore mid. b) electric Hgbt. lt In a decided novelty and greatly enjoyed At tin* i uti n.tim* ot the Merry Congress Buchrs .'Int.. al the home of Thomas A Hilson. Twenfy :? uni avenue, th- winner* of Hu- prises were Mm. Walter R Parflt, first, and Mis Suma I. K.-U-; Bsi ..nd. Mrs Ueorge I. Heltkamp vv.ia the hostess, N'eXI 'I'liutn lay, 'he .'.Ml., the .dub will m. ci ni Hie bonne of Mt*. W. E. H.Hill, in Benson avenue. Membership o' the Sea l'trecht ''lub in Increas? ing rapidly. Several apollcationa ure now on til,-. and Include tlio-ie of Ueorge 1> Hider, Wallace vi. 'litchi on and Thomas .1 Murphy The -ino owns a line probert) on Ihe ocean front and has all the , .e.\ ..len cs and attractions of n Ant-class city organisation Th- prominent people of Hie town ure iiii-nih rs. \ series of entertainments win bs held by ths Vonni Men's Christian.Association, ai their bad ii Yan Pell Manor, beginning on Sovembsr 4, The original "ld Homestead gum tel will provide the programme Th" other entertainments will be on I .<?? .tnl.er lu. .latin.u ? il aril February ls The reglatrallon of voters this ysar is a different tun. Hon from thal of previous vearc under the ..ll regime of town officials Heretofore Hie hoard did business when li p c.in-.I. during the hourn In which registration ls supposed to be carried on I under the statute, Voters were Bometlmes com* . polled to await the con*, ellie;.ce of the officers, but this \e.ir u change is noticeable, and the board* Iii 'be respective dial ric ta have teen preaent during every hour of the day which the law requires, mu. h io the satisfaction of those Inters*****!, CEDARBl EST. Tba Ural darice of Ihe season was held a' the new clubhouse ol ths Rockaway Hunt Club on 1 Thurs lay evening, and ai.our sixty COUOisg gt* j tended, many having ...mc* from i lUtince io attend tha afternoon recaptlMi >>f ihe ' Caro':.-is lc Wa idell.o'. There WUH dancing 1 lu tbe billiard aird main lounging rooms, which were prettily decorated, ucl muni.* was furnished by thc Hungarian Bund. Among iboaa present were Mr. and Mm. Qeorga C. Hand, Mr. und Mrs. Middle,mi S Burrill, Mr. and Mrs Newbold Law? rence. Hr Height, Mr and Mm. .lohn H. Cheerer. Mr. and Mi i Alexander ll. Btovann, Mr. and Mra W. H lind Mt. und Mrs. A. ll. Allen, Mr. and Mm Edgerton I. Winthrop, jr.. Mr und Mm. William Manic*, Mr. and Mrs. John Kllot Cow.lln. Huton ai.d BarOn?SS He Ward.-uer, Mr and Mm. I..* Grund Benedict, Richard Ladonburg, Btuyvo sanl I'lllot. Edward Iv ("wynne, Mr. and Mrs. I.ouln .Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Kombali Keene, Mr. and Mm. John C. KilbfWtb, Mr. und Mrs. Anson Hurd. Mi and Mm. Amory Hodges. Mr and Mrn. Harley Clark, Mr. and Mrs 1.1. Illusion Murri.I, Mm. Rsevs Merritt. Mr. und Mrs. M, - Cherson Ken .ly, Richard Peabody, Ambrose Henry, Tomp? kins Mcllvalne, ll c. Caa*. Mr, and Mra Arthur Humbert, Khan stevens ami Mr. and Mn. Rus? sell Hon.Hey The Clubhouse In handsomely decorated, the main room lu deep red. With while trimmings and walnacottng, uni the woman's parlor is in Km pin- style, and furnish.-d In ma bona nv. Helming*, water colors and photographs of scenes on polo and hunting field.*, and ki.mps of well-known riders and players adorn the wulla, and ar? scat? tered through ihe horus NYACK. MAXY DtiKIRUNTLBD DBUOCRATC IN ROCKLAND COUNTY. FIREMEN WoKE THK TOWN I'l' Yol'.N*,; WOMB* HI'.VM.N'.; THEIR iiVVN" PARTI***. S.H'IAL, ASD PERSONAL ROTEN, The political situation In Rockland I '.cinty be eome.n nu,!-.- Repobllcan every day. (Sven the life? long Democrats who have alura)* voted h..- De**as> eratic Uckei because their fathers lld ure not shout Iiik with enthusiasm for tba Btate and local ti-kets. There 1* a iinv number of Democrats in Ho.kland i'..unty who will vote H,e Republican ticket this fal!, ind it is ufa to my thal Rockland -vin glim Morton anl flaxton a Mg majority. No Damocrnl ls particularly in love wrth th- ticket i.llnated a' New-City by th- Democrata for county onsce* and member of ina Assembly. Ii ls .-. weah ticket, and the men who put ir up knew tba' November fi Wo HI pour bucket* of lev water on th- aspirations of tire ambitious, bu: misguided, young man who worked fur and got the nomin'itl.Jii for the AsSBBt. biy on th*- Democratic ticket and ainu the other little known Democratic can lldatcs who are pin? ning for local iifttcn. If politic, l proKno.-uleatlona do nu- rall nfs ii. Cutler, th- Republican candidate for th- Assembly, win run bo far ahead of J. Ar? thur Polhemus, tba Democratic candidate, thar the favorite snil'e ,| Arthur ls iiecust nn-1 to w. ir will no lorine'' |?. a thing of beauty nor any kin 1 of a Joy for his friends to look at. BenatOC Saxton was in Nyach on Wednesdsy, and a rousing tnis-meet mi* was heiu. Besides Senator Saxton, there w-re pres-nt Benator I-eXOW, Judge Arthur s. Tomp klna, ntl* h. Cutler an-USdward s. Anness A rreat deal of crednwts due to th.* Nyach Pira Heparin*, -nt fur th- display it made cur Tu ?lay, when it rave its annual parade and geaeral joilifl ''.'?."II m?eting. Credll in du.- t.. th** firemen, not only because they made a -rood -i.. wing, an I enter* fained their i*ue*rs in royal style, i"it also becauat they succeeded in making tha town grow enthusi? astic? waking lt up. ;.s lt were, from a sound sbep. The Br*man, led by Chief Charles Haine*, their guests from neighboring town* nnd others, made tic- t iwn a lively pince from .-arly murnini* until larc ,,t Qlgnt. Th.- youri; worner, of the town ar- in the thralls of a near so* ral mania Th.-y havi sohel the j.rob lom how tu be happy Without the men." They have come to the conclusion thal fir- ls norhl'ij" half si, Qtce an their own society and while they have nol none as far- an the fOUng women In T?" nyson's ''Prlncei*s." who would be aver 'rom the men apart, they have arranged for a number of social '"unctions whl. h they .-all dove partle* The Mlss.-s Towt gav* a dove cpr.', party on Thursday afternoon Yesterday afternoon tho yOVng wemen of the Myack Rowing Association gave a dove irer man, and in the near future th'-re will be dove portie* of every possible kind. Ungrateful young men at one lime called such parties "inn cather? ines " Hdwrird Merritt, who has leen travelllnu; In for elpn land* for the last y- ir and a half, returned to thin country on Saturday last, arid at present ho is ataylng ut his home in Nyack. lam-* Winterbottom, the president of South Ny nek. who recently returned from Europe, was en tertalned at dinner ai Eraser's by a number of his friends on Monday ev.nlnjr. Some of those pr. r-ent wer? Enoch ?'. Heil. Judge A. s Tompkins, H. li. M. 1 Mckinnon. Senator LeXOW, A M Voorhls. I. A. Polhemus, ?'. *. Chapman, rjeorje H Heimle, i'barb's H. Towt and W. E. How.ley. Dr. and Mm. l-l il Maynard, H.%nn Maynard and Mr and Mrs F D. tireen, who have been at Hake Oeorge fur tbe last two weeks, are expected hom* to-day. Waldron Host. Q. A. R . went lo Tarrytown yea tarday, to take part in th.lebratlon ther- m honor of the unveiling of th** memorial monument. Th- football t.-am of the Vonni! Men's Cbrlatlaa Aanociation will ko to yonkers to-day, to play the team of the V. M. C, A. of thar elly. lame* Weeks and his family, of (".rand View, have relumed lo New-York I":' thc Winter The bi-centennial exercises of the He'ormed .'hu-.h of Tappan win be held on Wednesday, October M. This ls the church in which Major Andr.- rm a cctiflne.i pre\ ioun io lils execution. Tin- women <,r the Mya. k Rowing A-so iation Kavv a fashionable and brtillanl party yesterday afternoon at the boathouse it waa termed *. "dove german." and only women 'ook part They were led hy Miss 'ira.'.. Nesbitt, daughter of <'ap taln l' A. Nesbitt, ?>' New-York, Th.* dancers w-re Mles Sesbitt, Miss Woodnutt, Miss Sawyer. Mrs j p, Muir, Miss McGrath, Miss .1. HHkln, Miss Stewart. Mis* I. I'ltkin. MISS Hr iwnell, Miss A Bradley, Miss H. ihirvea. Miss Katon. Mis.* M. Bradley, Mr*. E. Dewitt. Miss H. Hard, Miss H.-rthol, Min* Moor-. Miss H. Miller, Miss H. Hal cock. Miss H Han. ifk. Mis* Westervelt. MMe h. Miller, Miss M. Woodnutt Miss m Duryea, Mis* l-auderbacb. Miss m. Toad, Miss Traphagen, Miss Ruth Hl.ton. Miss Beth Eaton. Miss Heynolds. MJsa Merrit:. Miss Lou Sturtevant. Miss A. Towt, M.sa H. Sturtevant. Miss Hume.* md Mis* Saslng. The pat rones-.?* were Mra Clarencs Lexow, Mr.- .1. W. nias. Mra 0 orge .'.me an l Mrs o. F Hlauwlt. Th.- favors wera prettv. and w.-re presenters bv Mrs W. W. I'r.U.v, Mt*. I...lils Klopsch. Mrs. John Ai Len anl Mr- K. I s V'anhouten. The Bowen ai.d ribbona arere red uni white, th.- col rra of the club. -,?.p. HTC1IM0XD COUNTY. ST\TKN [BLAND. REGISTRATION TO BBOIN Ti I.DAT- BO A.M.. l'l'R. BOKAL AND POLITICAL NOTES*. To-day ls th,* ilrst day of registration on Staten Island. The polls will be op. n from !> a. m. until !? p. m. Every Republican should visit the polls und insist upon seeing the registration books tu be convinced tha* he his been properly reRis- rad. The fair which wns held at TottenvtIU last week for the beneiit of the Volunteer Eira Department w.is a financial .success, the ntl rtcelpta beini* OAM The winners of the principal prteea ww Miss Joline, Hr-d-ri.-k O'Connor, Mrss Murphy. Qeorga Wmonson an.l Ered Hem*. Hiofk-snor Louts I.hide, a well-known resident of Totnpklnsyillc, died suddenly on Sunday, while at the dinner table -sith his family. iTofe.<?,ir i.imie wa* th-* proprietor of a well-known IfHng trboal In New-York. Hts funeral took place on Tuesday Si Bl Paul's Ut ?morl:.I Church, Tompklnsvllle, and was alt. ruled by the members of Stapleton Council, No i.i:*.. Royal Arcanum, of winch organisation he v.a--, .i member, "Jack" Hawkins, the well-known boat, will Klve .. clambake for his Wenda at thc 1'trloit ll napa, Tottonvtlk, next Wednesday afwraooB, Th- csmpalgn ls open in full fore, both purtiea lia vHlK, made their leuillnutlo'is. aird th* ool'test promises io bc exceedingly lively and lute**********. Mr. Conklln, the Republican candldata for Assembly, and John I. Dally, for Sheriff, are expected to de? feat their Democratic r-ppoatnt* Th--- yacht Mabie. Commodors WUIbun H. i.u.iiutn. Staten Island l*a tht Club, was hauled mit and placed In winter quarters on Wedin lav. The l.is z.c M.. eN-l"omni" lot.? Charles H. Hover, has also fc,,ne out of commission; tha Malissa, owned by Treasurer E W Bl monson, and ths Emms K., i'ap tatn Mathew Kfhoe, are still in commlssl m. i?. C, lluiu'hett, a wall-known resident Of Staple? ton and a member of Tompkins Lodge, 171. P. and A. M., died suddenly ut his borne on Tuesday. Theie wan a putty li.foi nial dane* at the COUntff** Club on Wednea ia> evening. Among those peaeaa| wars Mr. and Mrs Edward H. Twinning, Mr. and Mm. tjwathmey, Mr, and Mrs. Hood;.. Mts* Bon? ner, Mis*. Amy Hoii***r, Mrs. JuHa B. Robinson, Mr. und Mrs. Crossmnnn. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Urabarn, Mr. and Mrs. j il. Murray, Miss Murray, Mis. Wadsworth. Mr, Erickson, Norman Nichols, otto Ahlmann, Erank Wtman, Henry Hopkins, Beverly RoMnaon. Mr. Hai rib ami Cariyla Boyd. The bounds will meet al < hels.-a al 4 o'clock u.is afternoon. Tba run win ba across country, hillston* ut the clubhouse on Clove Hoad A feature of the meet to-day '.viii be ii four-in-hand brake, driven by Mr Booth. Mr. and Mr*. Erank K. Bralated, of oift.m, Wi I celebrate Hie tifth miulv ? sal y of their a ed? iting Oil ('. loliel M A number of piornlni-itt young society women of N.iv Brighton have organised a .lass for Uta study of literature. Tbe class la ki,own as the Dab*** tallies of 'I*', und In composed Of Minn Anne C. John? son. Miss. A.iule D Ha.lett. Miss Blanche Taylor, Miss Bessie Davenport, Mlsa Elisabeth McUuada, Miss lloyd Trunk, Minn Winifred Whitman, Mlsa Murgaret l?u Hols u"d MIS* Mylvtu I'a.sar Tha dlacuaatona of thia ne-c-*ctass will ba confined to current events. The diSCUBSlon tor the next meet ll>K will lie. "Should Women Kilter the Holli leal Alena'.'" Tbe Kev. Alexander lt. Thompson, founder of the old lunch Heformeil Church In Stapleton, In IMA, will occupy the pulpit in tba First Hresby terian ? 'hureh to-morrow murnini. Mrs. Edvard ll Bonner, of Buid-ave , New HrlKhton, has Issued cards for a recaption to ba held on Octobar %, from 4 lo 7 o'clock, lo Introduce her daughter, Miss Amy Bonner Mrs. Oeorjce William I'urtls ls visiting Dr. f? a\ Curtis ut West Newton. Masa.