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GRESH?M and veragua.
u-CAV ?? ? NATION'S GUESTS WERE TREATED BY THE SECRETARY OF stati:. PPJtpg BWTORT OP THK Vi.-iT TO TIMS COVNTBV e!" THS DEeCBMDAHT OS COIATsl? prS-'-i'Il'Li'MA?'' " OP THW ADM1NUV TRATIOS A HIKI.V ?KCRETARt AM> A GRANDES ? ??.G??.?'.?? Washing! on. \ ,. ? (Special).?There seem to bo curious mhweprcaentatlon? concerning the tom* '?. ?f tin? ofAcera <t tha cruiser Detroit, ?laVtnUTanl bach to Madrid the Columbus auto M ami Other bBtorhsal articles that were bor? ?J?JTfar exhibition In the Convent of La Rabida ???taairorio*? y-'-'v T: '!?I>? sreaadlapatchea auted *li Oooaaaaad? Brownaen, with nine officers and ,ve srassa? had iahen the raUca to Madrid, jTJJv t'hey ?are received with the graateat at W ' .j,3t ? reception waa given at the palace ??".Vl'ir honor b> 'hr Queea Regent; that the Minis? f M?"rln?' en: rtalned them at dinner, and that ?!j Municipal wUi >ritle? tendered thctn a magnlS? f Tnen c?me another dispatch which said that they . rect|ved no public attention whatever, and only j ?JL aagrteay from :h?? Government, which was i "fsientcl *"h ini CT,'"i''" ly the 1*'????\ w,'? w<>re ' MM t" r",k0 '''' ior il hy rrUiiU' hoapltality. I Tj,f third dispatch M.ited ihat there waa ??> truth , ajgar of lb? reporta, i>ut that a-.i ensiixn and j LgfaaSora ?arri? ? the relics to Madrid, delivering ' ,? the Amertoaa Mialater, ani returned to Diiir ship at CuV.z without any fuss or flurry what? tr*T. That the ??' dispatch was prepared by some one who <3i<3 not kt. ?w what h<- was talhlng about is ?vident, becaus? Mr. Brownaen was relieved from tv command ,,f tn" i>^tr^^it several month? aso. ,ni ?assent to Annapolla as commandant of cadets, where he ie to-'ia>. and it ?s not possible that Com? minder Ne*i.?. who ? ">k Brownaen'? place, would itni ?SpreaVera ?? Madrid hi charge of the relics. ttfcauf? ??? "??' ',;?'-' i" ??'?'?"" aboard the ship al? together. N1 report? have been received at the gasy Ihsasrtsseni beyond th? usual nmice of ar? riva!, because thi event is not of auActent Impor unce to Justify an expensive cablegram, bul the American Miniate! at Madrid has inform?! the 8t?te Dapartmi 11 that tin? relic? have ? een received and receipted lor hy him. He makes no reference to lodai nsatten bul If th? n.wai ofAcera were dla ?ppointc'. ??" their reception they mov t'.nd an ex rfamhsa hi tin treatment of the l>uk?? o? Veragua when he v..-.,? I Washington. The MM '? ";? by the Detroit ear? harrowed for exhibition with othei Columbua relics .". ? ml of La Rabida by the Presi dent of th?? L'nlted State? under the authority ??:" a untado? ol ngress, and ? formal ? lutane? wa? glv? ? by oui . ?? p nenl thai they would be aept ander military guard as ioni; aa th>> re ir.?!ned hi this ? luntry, and return? I ? a man-of w*r at Um ci .-? of th? ?xhll But the obligat ioni of t.??.? laat Admtnlatratl >n were no: assumed by this, and the caaes contain? ing th?? rellca lay In thi Departmem f State for almost a year awaiting the convenience of the ?jay Department, which wo not aend a veaael everte Spain with them, according to the ,^??'? meat between th? two natlona, !>u: kept tatll one happened to be going that wa) on other Valae1? Then m ;?? fr? quenl ? ?Ut? Inquhiea from sgfaanish authoritits as to th? whereabout? of ti* art'.c>?. the precautions that were observed for SSrprotection an?; Um reaaona why they were noi returned, to all of which the Secretary of Btate was inllff?. rent. Th? sa.m?? was the cas? with th? maunlflcent ex? hibit ser.: to the exposition by Un l'ope, also a: the request of th? President under a reaolutlon of Congr? ss. Archbishop Ire'.ar. 1. I>r OOorman, ' of the Catholic university, at Washington; W J. Onahan. of Chh?ago, and other prominent Al can Churchmen frequently ca?-1 upon S? ? I Gresham ?.?> urpe tru?.*. th?? promise? made I Pope by this Government should DC compiled with, ' but the cases that contained the treasures ..f the YeUeaa continuel to obatrucl th- baaeaent c rn- ? dors al th Slat? Department building until t! cruiser Detroit happened ;o (,., ordered to China, when they were taken : , Newport News and hoisted aboard. The inside *ac:? concernine; the entertainment of the Duke of Veragua furnish one of the most ex? traordinary chapter? In our diplomatie history. The Queen Recent and the boy Kir.? of Spain. Alphon* > X11I: the Duke of Veragua, his son. 1>?.? ChrUtohal Colon de la ferla, and his brother, l'on Fern?n!?? Colon. Marquis of Barboto?, wer? luv.'ed ?gt Joint r? solution of Congre?? to viali the Worl Ts ? Q?anbtan Expoaltion an the guest? of the Govern? ? aent and the people <>' thi united Btates. Presi? , da? Harrison forwarded the invitation? to Madrid kjaapeclal messenger, and the Duke of Veragua prom;.;:y signified his acceptanc* in behalf of him? ?elf and family. The Queen Regent declined in th? j name of h'-r ? ?? ar. l herself, because of bis youth ? and the Impossibility of leaving the limits of the kingdom during her legency; but she lntr through the Minister of Foreign Relations tha:. if Saar? agreeable, si." arould ?end o? ol Um mem- | ber? of :h? royal family as her personal representa? Sag Mr. Boowden, the Cnltei Stato allnlater, waa in$tru;ted to say that such a substitute would be very welcome, and It was decided that the Prtnci -s Eulalie, the younge?-: stati r '?? th ? tot? Kil -' Alphorn ? XII, ?houli repreaent Her ? ? However, before a formal acceptance wai nouneed. th? Government of Bpaln, a? li customary la such ca.^r?.??. request? 1 the Government of the United States to submit ? programme, or an out? line, of Um arrangement? for her ;? epl ? ind en tertainmi-rit Such a. plan waa prepared by the Hon. John ?\". Poeter, then Secretary of Btate, arno was formerly Minister ? ? Bpaln, Mexico and Ruaaia, and waa thoroughly familiar witn the etiquette an ? ???ge of the Spanish and oth<r European couru. The Bpaakn authorfMea accepted it with cordial approval, ar. 1 ti.- Catted State? Minister was in? formed that th- Infinta would .-ail In May, Visiting Cuba en ro'Jt*. and apend two or three weeks In the t'nited Statei. The Duke of Veragua arrived first, ii? v... eoinpanieii by her Grace, the Duchea?; hiaeteughter, Dona Maria I'liar ('?Ion; his son. Don Cristobal; his lather, th? Marquai of Barbotoa and two nephew?, l>on Pej.-o Co] , the ? ? of Um last named, and Don Carlos Agullar, who acted is his atcretary. He *? Joined ., .. arrival by Don Rodrigo Bavodra, **wmjU o' Vlllalobar, a nephew ol the Duchi ^. WdaBiUach?'? of the Spanish iMgatloa at Washitic ?i ?ho accompanied thi party wherevei they went 41 ? rtpr<o- ntatlv? of the Govemmenl of BpeJn. ?J ?ere me? rtt New-Yorh by Commander I?', w. ?cklns. of the L'nlted .States Navy, who had been ?????d as u ?? ;,nd after resting two or ?MO?aye at New-York, to recover from the fatigue 01 the voyage tfcey w,.ril ,,, Waabingtoa and Btopped *_*?? Arlington Hotel where apartment? had been ? wierved for thi m. ^ey arrived on Saturday afternoon. No one was ?t the station in behalf of Um Government to re- ? wt^e them, ami no one called at their hotel to bid t!iem welcome, exr,-ot th? Spanish Mlni.-'.'-r and two ?*n:iemen In private life, who h?d known them In ??drid. Bunday evening Commander Mekins in-j formed Sccreury Greaham, who was living at th? ^ Arlington, that th? l?.ke thought it ?ingulai ? I 80 pet son connected with the Government had re? ?ivM or call ?? upon him, whereupon the Secretary, ; *r*0onpanled by Mrs. Oresham. was escorted to th.? juke's apartmenrv They remained ahmt ten min? ! '?".and Mr i;,,..f,am promlaed to inform th? link?? ta th? following morning when th- Presidenl w? uld ?tan*a''' '' ' "?? him. According to this? und-r thir ,?.* ',"''" W!4" e.nt to Commander Db-kii.a ? ni?t a 1'11"'1 >'',rlv *OU'>4 be re.-ived at 3 the * ^J>'? Hriil i'olonel Latnont informed him Flint's Fine Furniture A REALLY RE5?FUL CHAIR is out? that fits indh'idusl iBato R Vom? chair would not suit every ?JJj and evcpyliody's certainly docs ???nityoii. The comfortable chairs ? Uave are of every conceivable shape PJ size. Them aie probably half a "?usami diftereiit chairs here, but if J. a?y !>ossibility none of them should u >'0ui you can have one built to lit, ? you , "Bl'V OK THE MAKKH." GEO. C. FLINT CO.,! **. 45, and 47 West 23d St., KKAR DBOADWAY. ? Don't go ?. the great Football match without a WET OR DRY, Don't go to the great Foo without a HODGMAN MACKINTOSH. Keeps m?,; the cold wind and is proof H006MAN RUBBER "cnMPANY, ''".??*??" it, ai west gao m.. _^_??? t.r.m.l Street. I A.IJ. Ml, Ave. Hull, that the Preaklenl desiti l the viali to be as snort aa " ~'1''?- ?'' I without c ??? mi ny. Precisen it the rhonn m?, the Blue Room, where they were Jolne.1 shortlj a ,er by the it- leni and Mr. Cleveland and thi Secretary of Stat,. There was no add ree? of ;'.;""? or other i mnali lea, bul the Duki and hi? : part) were treated aa ordinary callera, They re? mained ..??.'it fifteen mlnul is. chatting pleasantly about their steamship voyage, the weather and other I commonplace topics, and then departed rhe visit waa not returned, cither In person ?-r pj car,], ami the guest? of the Nation received no further attention of any sort from th.? President or Mra Cleveland or from any nther member of the Government during their Btay In the I'nlted ?tate* No dinners wen? given them, no receptions, and the Duches? did not even receive a hunch of flowers from th.? White Ho.onservatory, al? though the Superintendent of Public Buildings and (.rounds is ,,. the hkbll of dlstrlbutlna such favors freely si the orders of Mr? Clcveianu On the following day the i?uk.? and his brother called upon th?- members ? f the Cabinet, l.ut th. ir visits were not returned except t>v Mr. McAdoo, : M"' ?"?'"tanl Secretary of the Navy, who broughl .Mr Herben ? card, Not one of the ladles ol the lablnet ?all??.! upon th.? Duchea? or showed her the - slightest bit o: attention, They did not appear '.? be aware that *h.? wai in ihe city, although the newspaper? contained lengthy accounts ol the movement? of the ducal part} during th.dr en ???- -my Much private hospitality wan offered them. Receptions were given in t'h.dr honoi by senator and \!:-- Brice, Mr, and Mr?. Gardiner O. Mubbaru, nnd dinner parties by th?? Spanish Min? ister and Mr. and Mrs. Calder?n Carlisle, it w..* expected, ol .-ours??, that thoy would din?? at the ; white House, ?>r at l?-ast thai Secretary Uresham would Invite thorn to meet the President and th?. , ' "hin ? ?.? !.. at dinner, lmt this confidence was entirely mlsplai ed. When itn party left Washlngt-m the Secretary ! of .stato neglected to bid them goodby. There wen many pleasant people In private life si Ihe station to sei them .??t. bui no officials, nor did the President send them anj message. But at New-iork a magnificent series "f .veins were awaiting the party, both ol a .riv.it. and official character, and they remained, there t.. attend the Naval Review. On Wednesda) m.Ing th< President anda lark??? party ol friends went to New-York by api la! train. 1 In- Duke and his family followed ?m the regular train a few moments later. The Oukc was noi ask?-? ., wltnesa the review with the Presi? n? ut a party, which waa accommodated on the dis? patch ??, it Dolphin, and Included a large number Of public and private guests, li.- and his family *?< '" left to be ? ro\ Id? d for by a local commuti ?? ": citisene, althi igh thej were the guesta of the Uovi nun.uit of in.- I'nlted States rhey were ?ak? n by Mr. rorncllu? N. Illiss on ????? ? tug b'-long tifi to the Pin Department of New-York 1 '??? ' 'uki fell ihla in ink? at negli cl on thi pa ; - f the Presidi ni very ki ? nly. ,,n I ln?|ii!r< ! of hi? fri? ?. ?? *? tn "?" reason. He could not comprehend why ne -: ou. ? b< the victim of what seem : ..... in HIT? reiice, .?- hi had e me to : : Si it? ? from Congn a?, an I had bei ti" w ' 1.1 be ????? Ivi i with coi ...il h is : ' ?th ..f April he arrivi ? it. Chli ? go -. ' ?? mark* ! In c ntrasl with thai given him bj thi <; ????.-?.- ? .,? w ,- . ? E| m Th? M lyoi an ? > '-?:., ? Council, the Presi Jen ? : -r .,; : -. ? ? imltti ? of ? II mi t him at I ... - . ? 1 by ? l< m ;hmi nt ??: t'nlti ! s; it- a it ??; - thr ugh ?tn t? that were I ?n ? crow Ii ! with people. The ? imi if em ?a i- t??- es ol risolti) offering hin lorn of th? city, handsomely engraved and In use?] In a ? I ' ? th?? 1 " i him an I thi mi famllj passi ? of a Im - t?, ih?- gr un li ? ngi ? ? ii| on pi it ? ' Th- l ? , 'ablni t ? ' ed CI same da) upon s special train. The Duk ? isked t ti. bui a*s* si ::t by the r? ?rul ir train? The two met platf irm luring thi ?pen na ex. ? ? of thi i.\ ; :.. an l arterwat II it the im durli ^ luni a.-on. bui ih? ??? ent paid no stteni to the gui thi Nati ??, ? ? ? iny "f h:-. Cabl net, noi evi ? the Secretary of Stati in?! ? Ite. ?- . the latti r wen three days-Satu Moi r. The pu -?.-,... Duke ol V -, at Chicago was very gratif) ing. ? Ittee of of Me.- I M. C irk Fr inklln McVeagh. Nor man ?. . ? ?,\ j '???ITI, ? ? ' M< 'lurK. Arthur Caton, II hart C ? ;'.?>:,?? ini .-t.?!-. commenced i!,?.: arra .? ?? for hla enti rtalni ta the d ite Thi r. wen ?- ibllc an ? ,.? ? ?? ?-. re ? ? the stock ? s ii G? ras ver) mu? ? ,.:??? ing pini es In and s bou ? ?'?,?, ig ? The ?;. if the D ik?? i. ni? I thi and the \ I a ... - ? .1 with the ; ? , ire by the entertainers aa w??'.! as by I . ? '. Thi part] remain? I In Chi ? r than they .- ed. for the ? ; thai the I red to bi pn - nt ,?i the opening of ihe Span.-1, Exposition, wir,eh ??- delay? ' bj unavoidable ? ?. ? - Th exhlh t . re ichlng ? he the contracto! : .? ;?;;-.? il.?? | ?. I ??:... :\ . ? r .:. nt Spanish II ; i ? - The sami ??? ?- I every foreign nal ? ? ? ?.? w..-: flnishi . " parts were ? of Ju ? . ? ike of denl of the Spai I ? rally 1 I .? ; : , ? Interest in aiding progress of the work. II? went to t - every vote 1 much ol The ?Ithout a G ? of May, Dickins ? im from th ?Secretary of Stat I ' ' ' -' him .. , .?.,?-?.,, on ih ? l<th, an I New-York, where an ment would I"? ma ??? : ? Europe by the Arsi si mv vi ???':,. ?? , ? -? I, .?- he ? ? ? ,? ? .. ' : . ? I ' I ? ipenlng ol - hen to ? Colun kII ind ? id Iphla. fr? m Jch - ? ? ? ;;" ' -.? un-I. : bul Imme. Il ite.) ?In l Mr. Dli kins to obey tlo With much relu tan and the gri itesi dell? r, lanibl. the ? ommandoi Inform ? 1 the ? ?? .;,.?,. rnmi nt ol t., ?? .? ? he I ? ! n ? ????1 and laid ihe torrespondenci before nei The ?"ike ? wa? -i ' . mdi I. In the dlscu his visit wit '? I Slate? Miniati ?? fore he 1 ft hi p ? h ????. givi ? to und? ? ?tan 1 , that he woul 1 spend a m mth ?? ??? In Chi ago and ' .- .-t two month ? In the ? nit? : State?, ai did not expe t to ??? ?? lei I about -. - h s pr? ? emptory manner Hi In) irmed Mi Dlcklna thai hi baa remained In Chi igo longer than he Intended for the reaaona airead) given,, bul could noi ? turn to Si iln without being a|)- to rep ?rl I .. .., ign tint he had aeen the Spanish exhibit fully Instai:??!, and to give n? ? a description -.( Ita , appearan ? ai compared to those of other nations, ? He f? It an off! lai resi onslblllty thai ? could not ect, bui as the Secretary of Stati evidently . n-idered that he had trespassed upon the ?, pi talitv of th- Government, he would cordiali) ai ; ??.,i. full) re'.leve Commander I>l Kin- at an. tin and remain In Chicago si ids own expense, Instead of as ihe guest ?.f the united Bl ? ? ? Commander Dlcklns commrnli ited this reply t?. the Secretary ol State, and wa? Instructed to ar- , range with the Duk.? for Ids departure as soon uh possible and t?? Inform blm thai It would noi bel advisable to make the promised visit? i" Columbus. Albany end Philadelphia, nor would h?- be expected to visit Washington again. Veragrus replied thai he had si epted an Invita? tion to visit Columbus, broughl him by a committee fi-.,?? that city of which Mi Outhwalte, the mem? ber of Congress, was chairman, Th refore hi . >uld not now decline. Il?? would not, however, trouble ?'.inutili.(d.-r Dlcklna to stay with him an) longer, ???it would remain In hla private capacity and pay ? is own bills. He also wished to vii t Washington ?.,-'. returning to Spain In order to pay ins re? specta io ih?- President and to thank I.Im for th?? hospitality and attention he had received. He thouahi II would bi considered very rude for him ' to leave the country without doiin< so, ii? feared i .... - : ,n Bp on for ih?- omission ' If he were not m the ITnlti ? Stati ? The Becretary ?-f State finally conceded the Co? lumbus vlsll bul repeated thai II was not necee? I sary f. r the party to return to Washington A week o?? more paaaed, the ????? h sections were formally opened and again Commander lii.-kliv? received orler? for Immeditate departure. , When the l?,ik. was Informed ol Ihe faci be re quested Mr Dlcklns to Inform the Secretary of ! State thai he Instated upon being relieved of hi!? obligation? ?? s guest of the Government, p was evident thai his detention had become an embar- - rassment ;inl annoyance, and that v.is the cau ? <,r profound mortification to himself and hla fam? ily. Hi would noi be guilty of abusing the hospl tallty that had been extended to him, bui he f?-li ? it io be his duty t?? remain In Chicago until th arrival ol the Infanta, who was expected dally, in order thai he might pay Ins respect? to her ..-< the representative ??! hi ?overelgn. That would be expected of him, according to ihe etlqtiett? nl h's country. He would noi permit the Governmenl to pay his expenses any longer, and Insisted upon releasing Commander Dlcklna from attending him. , When this message was communicated to the Becretary of State al Washington there came a reply that bewildered Veragua with chagrin and astonishment. Mi Dlcklni was Instructed to In? form him that the Government of Spain did noi desire him to me ? the Infanta, and he wai there? fore requested to leave Chicago al once, lecora tnif t.. the etiquette of the Spanlah Coi ri II would bavi been conaldered an acl of Hi- greateal ills- ? respect for a grandee of Spain, who. sccord.nj? lo ? ?;,, n formula, was "a coualn of th?? Sovereign, to leave a city where her reoresentatlve was ? ?pect?n ' dally and the Duk? could not understand why th?? Spanish Oovernmi ni ihould desire or expect him to avoid her. it?? had twice asked to be releaeed from th? boeplUllty of the Government. He roll taat h?? hud ?)*-<-<.nie an unwelcom? guest, but ne uni n?.t propone to aaerlfloe his <iii<nity t,?.r d?> anythli g that would cause criticism at tome. Veragua's communications with ? <-ti.m,?iil.r ????? ma had thus far bee. of a familia, and ''"yer-i tionaJ charaeter. out ke new addi^eeed a .-t r in ?>w ShOUlO iiecnn?; ?ny i"? ????'-? ???-i?-'-???^. ??- - -- - think the Becretary Of State meant to expel him from the country- a? ho ?aa neither a criminal, a Pauper or an Insane per? in. At the same time he begged to suggest tha. the reported destra ot the npanlsh Government that he should not meet the infanta waa ta? result ol a misunderstanding. ihat night the Duke ?en! three telegrams, one to the Spanish Minister ol State .?t Madrid, another to the Spanish Mil later ai Washington, and a third to th?? link.? ,,f Tamames, who was attending th?? ln i.ni;. a? her chamberlain and master of ceremonies, Informine, h.m of Secretar) Qresbam's communica? tion, and asking an ? xplanatlon. He received tur?,? replies by telegraph the fol? lowing day. The Urei that came waa from ihe Spanish Min? ti Washington, who laid tha: he nad n<-v-r heard auch .. thing auggcai '. and believed there m ?- ? be nomi mlatak? '?'??? -" ? :i i a II .. foil in : "M tdrld, ??? ?. - In?? Minister of State ? ;;..? Duke "f Veragua, Chicago: Oovernmcnl believes inai Tour Excel? lency should await arrival of Infanta, ?nit Submit? your movements t, your own Judgment aud ???? Veiiien , " Tue third waa from the Grcal Chamberlain at '?'? ' Royal Palace at Madrid, and waa evidently prompted by .? cop) ot hi? dispatch to the Minis? ter ?: Siate wh-;. ? hid been sent to th?? Queen. II read: "Madrid. M iv ::". ThcOre.il Chamberlain of Hi?? Royal Palace ;., the Duke -f Veragua, fhl cago: n.-r Majesty Instruct! in?? to tell von all that she thanks you for > ?ur kind remembrances, and h.iw pleased ah? la thai jjui atay in Chicago is so pleasant." This measage ara a consider l extremely si.::r.n cant. It Is not customary for th? Queen t?, send a cablegram t., a subject nor m give him advice or Instructions, hut n aras evident mat Her Maj sty suspected thai Veragua waa distressed by the re Don thai she was displease?] with hut Intention to awall th.? arriva; ,,? her representative, and ahi thoughtfully took tins method of expressing her ap? proval of tii message that had h<vn forward-'d at h.-r orders by the Minister ?>; Stat? I'll?? following montine Veragua receive a re? markable letter from the Duke ,'f Tamames, who ? nail that Secretary Oresham a few ilays before had volunteered ih?? suggestion that I' might r.??: I..? agreeable to Mer Highness to have the link?? if \eragua ani his party remain ai Chicago until her arrival. Th.? Crinees* replied that, on the contrary, she hoped they would ?!?, so, as nhe was very fond of the Duchess and her daughter, .uni would he de- j lighted to see them. Thereupon the subject wa? dropped, ani hai no! been again alluded to. Ihe link, remain? I u Chlcaxo unii! the day when ! the Infanta arrivi 1. was eordia.lv welcomed by her, an ! at her Invitation, with the Duchi m and his daughter, remained m breakfast. Tha? evening he started for Columbus. Ohio, where n? remained a day, and there took the regular train foi New vork, stopping for an afternoon Ht Niagara Falls. ' ? pon his arrival a; New-York, Commander Dick- ' .?- was ordered ?? report t, Washington Th??:?? hi was instructed to tak?? hi? leave ot the ducal pam? ?p? to Ii.form them that arrangements would h made for their transportation home on any steamer they might sell cl Th.? iMik. remained a week in New-York in hi? ' privati capacity, and visited Albany snd I'hlladei phla tl H latter place he was the guest of the ? late fleorg? W, rhilds. Before his departure he ad- ? dressed the following letter to the Secretary of State: ..._, ., 'N< a Virk. June 12. \<?m, lo?? II??? trahie Secretary ? :' St.ite. "Sir: In takln? leave of thi 'loTernmen; I have the honor to request thai Tour Excellency will ?' mvev lo th < '.?? .?, ? . .,,. ? ,|,,. ,,. ,.,;.. rh,. profout ! and sincere gratitud? of my family an. m y ?elf for I nor that has h p confi rred upon us si I spli ty that ha been extend? I to us ditrlns ? ?? ?unti ? ? am noi Ignorant of the ; fact thai only on? ? I* fore In the history of the ? ? I Si it? hai \ mr Oovernmeni ?? ? hon in 1 ? r nu and I fee! the m ?re . ful becaii thla wav w ::: be ;:i.k. ! ?I'll " I ? I ' , ; . ex pi my a Imlral Ion for th? resa and I) of th? ? ' :,?? in? Irlotl ?.f th? I in ' >mm ind wou I th? m ?.? ?? :? ? \ ->?: ? thai comi h? ' \ - that wa greatest trlun ury, ? la ?? ? ? ? .? ..???, ite?t tri ?' ? \ -1 .- ? nete, of th>? I position my family ?? ? mj -??'.' ten r bearti ral ?? m! ? Well a? t . the iflli .? - ,?. : ?,\, have visited, we ? ? (Ter t espi ippreclatlon fr Ih? ? , . ? ? ? is we hai ? ? ? ? \ ? here r ? "I may a^k that ' ? ? the President ' th I'nli I ??tat? the ? . ? ? r whii h ? I . ? ? ??, lenlcd the prlvllei f visit In? Ingl in, to offer my that to pay ? ' ?? ? . rf Ma* ? ? ? ? io much to 1 ? ? ? ? . ? the hi nor, Mr Beeretnry. servi t. Till?: Dt'KE ?-G VKRAOCA." II will !?? noticed thai In ?? com ? int? ilion ihe ' 1 luke Ol \ er.???? o ? \: ? ? ? ? he Is de? in.d t!.? , ? W aahlnxton ??? ? ?ri his r notice?! . I ;?? he ? \: gratitude ? ... -? , . ? ? \ ? I - ticen i 'f. 1 di nt and th? il noia; smiths stewardship. HIS ANNUAL REP? >RT T< l THE PRESIDENT Tin: " " PMEN G ??" '? HIC IN TKRlOft BDt'CATlNa '?Hi: ISDIANl PTS , ?ION? PCBL1C LAMI)? AM? ? I Washington, Nov. .'j Thi ? ". of 11 -k?? Smith, Secretan ? ? ?.. : ?? * ?.:? , le public to- ! iv. ? ill in In? Th? woi k ..r ? he In lian Hur? t? restii ? . lia teak la that .?..,, .' Still Into ti m ' I ? -? . m . | ... ......... . ,:i ?'. It ?Ii ? I ' : ? ? . . In -? ? r...' hut I do ' louai; ?lue , ? , II ? re I II Ihe land wnei . ? f the Ind : t.'i?? I n lian . i"?' foi I ? . .. ? ? .? irder men. uh, .. . luently, not I ion* h.l ?? I ... ... own- ? ? '?' f?.r the Ii . ir ?and or to the m? mbe: ? eli? civi Ize I t-j le aide to progn further b ? elllnis ' I ! .?!.'? ma le; but ? ' ? . . ? in ike I ? ? . SI ites, ! I ?epa 11 mi il Ing ? ? fa ? for the Indiai ? ? .III?? ? ? : :?? ? ? ? thai the ??en? tal ^ ? ? ? ? . I . .-? ?tie upon , ' ilar tract, un ! r ? the dir? ctl in of h . owner i.y gh Ing al- ? a preferei ?., see ' ???, m -. .ii?? ma le Of cou II wo ?. I ?.e noci ?.; ? ' ? . mil thla ????? t , tha ? i]uantlt) of land allowed him under the Allotment ,, ? :.. ; elea to-day, I iklna In ronnei - tlon the trusl fun ! held l>j the 1'nlted Stati thi Indians ipon t.n, u ? rea ly self i| porting. By a faithful effort t.. ?.?..? the property for its : Ai? : -, and at the am? time to compi ! I .?? reservation I I u ?? a ? >? and labor for .? Uvei!? hood. 1 b? leve thai II I ; isslble ' ? make self-sup port ?? i.? ir ? every agency, ftui to accomplish this asent? ah i.uteiy faithful and ihnr lughly capa- ? b|e must be pia ed In charge The wok of the development of tha lail?n Is ' - ? Ion T?ielr ?.ullarltle? musi be studied ! and understu ?I. noi ? a ?le, bui ?? membei ol particular irlbes, before those ? ???., n?-1 In their supervision an tit f n icci >'<.l work Permanency of service, therefore, ?- absolutely necea ,r\ to sue ces? l believe It is [?ossili ? ? ? de? e'.op ?? competent, permanent, non-partisan Indien service, and ? hope before th? end of another year huh such progresa ? will h.iv?? been made In this direction that It- reali ?.,????? will be a.-Mir ?I. ABOLISHINO SECTARIAN SCHOOLS The contrae! school aia now thi - ?!.t of gen- , eral discussion. I agre? fully wish those who op- j pose the use of public money for the support of s.? .t. n ?. in school?. Hut this question should be con? sidered practically Tha achoola haw? grown up. Money hai been Inveated In th Ir ? ?;. traction al ? na,.? when they were recognised ?? wl ?? Inatrumen? talltlei loi the .i tcomplrahment ot ?.? ? do not think It prop-r lo allo? ?,,? Intense feeling "f "p- I position to tartan educati ' which is showing II ? ir ad over the land, to Induce the Depart men I to .? iregard exlatlng cot lltlons \ly own suggestion is ??,,,? th? -?? .. h -? ahould be decreased at th?? rate .,r noi lesi than ?50 pei em a year. Thua, Ina few years more, thej would cease to exist, snd during this time !l?. flureau would gradually be prepared to do , without them, while ihej mlghi sathei atrengtb to continue wlthoul Oovei nmeni aki. While I would noi recommnnd action which could . ti. from the Indians ol the Uve civilised trih.-s one , fool ol !.m i whl'.-h belongs to them, still, Mom th reiHiri ol thi ' ' ?mml I in? ? . c? ? Armi d, aa II la bj , ,?,,. on recel. ??! ihi ?ugh the Indian Bui eu an I r??,,,,, other '.o.iT, .s. there cai he acal elj any ,i,,ni,?, thai the time has about been reached when the L'nlted stales muat preaeive law and or?l?-r throughoui the Inn.p? Territory; and If the right ?, ,!,. this cannot ?.btalned by agreements with the trlts ? 11 mui h ? enl ire d .?? ? mat lei ol duty w that regard i> the v.? hei ol th.eho ? mirai In the reapectlve tribes. ? am not pr.ired t?. sa?.? tint it la necessary i"! Ihe Oov*rnmenl to organize ti,.? tri!.? s ,? a Territory, aubjecl l.i the lame and laws wh:.:, govern ther Terrltorle In th? ; , ,,? : r| , ?, . ure thai al leaat the lurlsiilctlon, wlthoul rega?? t?? cltlsrnahjp, ol the ? ??.:> ? State? courta anould be extended over th? T? rrll iry. l'ili; PUBLIC LANDS Th.? public tandi disposed ?if during th? year, by cuta ,?. . e i? eellaneotti entri? . tn ? ??' lection of ail klnda amoanud to 10,377,8171 ?crea In addition to this 3.I7I.06 acre! ol Indi p lands wer? dlapoaed ??f. naaklng an aggregat? of l*.?M,IM.7I aerea The Commi aloner approximate? the vacant public land?* remaining at ?tW.of.PT 71 aere?,. Thi? do?? not Include Alaaka (which contains ot r tta.OOe.000 arres), min ter, and Other r.s ?.ration?, or railroad aril otli-r selectioi - yei unadjudlcated, p.-.i:s of which may. in the future, i>v aale ?? reatoratlon, ba added to me public domain. The total cash receipta from the dlspoi.f public land? amounted t.? 0,a74JBI1li JJ1.981 Iff wen? ? (CelVOd foi Indiai lands \t t;,,?, loa? "f the fiecal v? ai ? adlng .lune m. ish aag.&n pensioner? ?rere horn?? upon th? rolla, an b> ,,,?.!'? of ijttl pensioner? dnrlng the rear. Tea pensionen may he classo 1 as follows: Soldiers and aeJIora, JM,rta? widows, orphans, an ? other 'tepen.i ent relalivcd, aJ.102; urnu nur?es. lit. It la Inter CROWNED WITH COLD Q MEDALS, INCLUDING CHICACO, 1393, Kronthal thi?: iiiost of am, ?????t?? TABLE WATERS. s??ld by ?il t.riu.r? Dvnanglatn, mi ?? Win?? D?niera, eating to note ?hai m widow- and a daughter? of veteran? ol the Revolution con Ututo i? <? pension roll fu? that war. Porty-flv? ?urvlvor? of the war of lai: con tltute the remnant of ??,\? list. The total amount ? ? pend ed for ?? na >na du p ? last rte?kl year va? (13S.80I.46I ??, leavings balance fr ?m the appropriation In the Treasurj of C5.3)5.712 ?5. Th.? estimate for the It? al year 189? made* by the Commissioner is flto.OOO.noo. The Commissioner state? that, tn his opinion, the year ISSA, thirty years .if,??:? the rio.-.? of th.? last war. must In t?,.? nature of things s???? me highest limit of the pen? sion roll, which, therefore, must begin to decrease. The number of pending claims In the Bureau his decreased over ?.coo during ;h.? year. A large num? ber of ihe new claim? are for Increase i>v pen? sioner? now mi the r .Ms. p?.? number of certifi? cates Issued a,?" lO.nx The aggregate of person? odd.? I to ihe rolls during the year is ?,0&, und the total number dropped for all eiu ea 17,961. ??<? rirst payments during ih?? past year amounted to ni.M7,asau Th?? report of the commissioner of Patents upon the buslnes? of the Patent Office for the flscil year ended June SO, IBM. ahowa tha; there wore received ??,?5? application? for patents; l.OM apolli itlona ? ? designs; i"s sppllcatlon? for reissue?; S.133 caveats; 1.739 application? for trade-marks, and 361 appli? cation? for labels. Ta?re were .....to patent? grant? ed, Including reissues snd lesiona, snd ? ??? iral? iii.irk- registered. The number of intents which expired was 13.117. The total expenditures were Ii.155.963 M, the receipt? over expenditure 112!). ? ?'? -?v". and the totsl receipts over expenditures ?, tue credit of the Patent office In (hi Treasurj of the L'nlted States smounted to ?,??.36674, THE ELEVENTH CENSUS. The Commissioner of Labor In charge of tu? Eleventh Census, for the fiscal yeai ei ling .lun.? SO, IBM, states thai the total ulabursements or. ac count of 'h?? Eleventh Census to thai date amounted to 110.366.676SI. At the close of the Bacal year the total rumi,.: of persona employed In the Cenaua Orli - waa 67?; ti-.er?? are at tn.? present writing ii,,? r i?i The whole number of volumes necessary to romprehen ; all the I there?! .it th? Elev? enth ? "ei iu? ? ?? twent) flvi : the estimated and actual prime ? page? of .? ? ime? b ma. 22.290. NATIONAL PARKS AND FORESI RESERVES, There ari now ?venteen forcai : rvea. The Caacadi Bangi bland Fon at reeervea : have been added dortnq thi last year Thi Cascade I: . ? Poi psi Keservi On ? ? rum -, ? a t'c?- ' state 'rom ??? ;. ? , , nth, ? mbraclng the en t;..? . as, adi Ran cither ? M luni Hoo ? and Crater Lake The ? 'servati. Is S ". mil ? long, with an average width ? ihlrt mil? a The .?:..! Ii :..- quari mile?, or ti'.'??' acrea ! The - iini.iit of the Cascade Mount ? narros trip of land, the altitude : ? m ?"?."??' to 12.000 feet. I line timber ' e traci Bnow falls t.. ? ^,, ,? ; malnii ? intll late In tl ? snd In ' ? ? lountalni ?to be >?? .?.! the \.-.,: :.I. Thi.? ? ?? ?? ei I) ? alle I Ihe ? at? ? ? h? d of thi Pacll Coast and -oui, ? thousand ol mia 11 ?tn mtary :?> larser one? Th ? land I real Itesei ve, al io In ?' ? ?.. i^ ni the southwestern par? or the State m .?,, k?on '' - intj ? tance from ? ern rxtn mlty ?f Ihe i'ascadi li est !'.? - ?, v\. ?? ?? ne?il hap?, and <??? twenty-nln? ? !.,? ? imi ? ? lountaln u .? t ? ? ml ra?"es the ili ed and tribut . eek. the solini f Ashlsnd In k?on County - ten Itor) o ski I ult irai land ad la? enl PI ? ? d?ni of Ih? ? . - ? est t., the - ir to ? ?..-?,,''-..., ?-...?:?? Then? ? p? Whl? li .?:?? ?. il ri?? -It? omi ani mini ral lai I virtuali) u ? pi ir pos? ? ' ? ? louthca Ion " ' ? Ing Ih?-m on natural III e* ? , ?Itile Th- Bttention of i'ongi rn? tly Int -, a Ulitlonal public bull ling fu ihl lepai m< ut The ? num r>- ?., ?? ou ? -;\.U ; Il ' ? !.li ?? Of In :. .?, .Mf.iir Bureau of G. ? ? at on. Ihe Ueologl rtl Sui ? ?- ' ulti I State? \ , the ? "Ivll Ser?, Ice C itnin?.- Ion. the ?. .?? !? ? exhibit, snd fm the ?torag ? .,' ,|., 'im.? il ? le? te?I ?,.?.. table reni ? >sll .??.,? here ? ?. are nt to be th' ? of I he valuul . im, ? ?? ? ? ..| ? ? ? they r mtalii ? f ih,m are | a easi rinani'lal and I Isloi ? al lo"? -..!??, tlon ol valuable .ii.-i h .? ?? o : I Miring I ; ? ' ten ? ? ?;?? n li il f.ni ..f rit, ..ni II cl thai ?ill Ih? ? term of years Ii ohahl. thai ,i in ser sum ? 111 be ? fiscal .var il',?- reni ; Ufi e, wiil ! .... ? I : ? ? ' : oli a ; riti ip li of 11.1 rat? the ?;.,.? rnn ? res ?? ros j vu appropriation of a ?urn qu il to ihe | ... ? ? ? ? ; rool ?, ? lot,r ??? ?nid noi ?? ly be ? m ?? mone but ?...oil enable .,1 thi bui eau? '., rei ? . ' ? thug . ? . - .. orna ?da the transa?*? ,? ?, .,r ih ; ubili buslni lepo ilforte? . ,:,,!.. ? irds '.?? Il? h have I.? ? . ?? . Inline sin??? " ? irganlsatlun ol the Intel loi I "?- : ? law _ _ ,;, OD W ?RK <'?? THE LIFE S VVERS. UOKK THAN .' ? BOPI.K Iti - 1'ED t.VII CROP- | I I -.1 '? '.'. ? .. II .<: ? ?'? IS? : \ \ ED IN' , hi: ?. v.- r \ ! : > ? : v... ! .??? p : ?.?8uper ntend? nt Klmball, of j t-, ?...?, s ? ? s is. ? -. detailing the splendid ? - ?u ? made by hi? bureau In the cause ol humanity, ?tat? - thai SB) vessels In diet rese li'led Live-Saving Service In Ike last j u Then were ?n board tkeee ? - eia 4.0M pei I whom 3.W v.?. r.? aaved and only Mat) one lost. The nut ei ,.- nipwre. ke l per? >na who ?.? uc ?? al the .?,?,,,. was CSI The estimated valu? of thi vessels and cargo? In olve I In the d?nait. t.- ? l? li.?.???.?.' t:,, amount ?,???,??? was aaved, In addition to ih?? numbei ,,? persona aaved fr m eight; three others were rescued who had fallen from wnerves, plora, etc., and who would hive perl bed without tti- aid "f the live ..vini; .r.-vir. Th.? numi ? ol disasters by ?? ? m of ?m was greater than In any previous year alnce the Introduction of the present system. The cost of : te maintenance of thi service during the year was only a nul?? over $! 230.000 it, the ii ? yeai the telephone line? of th?? service have proved mor.? emphatically than ever before their Indispensable value as an aid to prompt and efficient life ?avlng operations. ' >n every necessary occasion Iwo or mor,? crews have been assembled by this ready means of communlcatlot b tween st.it:?.ns. and whenever needed tugs and other aids to the shipwrecked h ive been ? immoti? 1 without delay. Th? Im'-s have been extended and Improved a- much 11 posslblt. The system continue? to attract foreign atten? tion, and m the last year the details of us opera? tion have been examined In person hy ihe repre rentattve of s royal commission 'f <;n-;t Britain, who treat? of if In ids report with warm commen? dation, and recommends its adoption in bla own I olititi} . .? /?/t/..? ? PLACE '? AMUSE?iMJtT. There were crowd of ? ? iplc In Hub i'.- Fourte. nth si?? Mus-um yesterday, snd they admired th? ? nu,? ron? attractions. Among th,-m are the "Strange Young Man" non on hi? way to Jerusalem, with two amali Mexican burros and a Texaa broncho at? lached to a prairie schooner; Jarrow, tl??? strong boy, and .Meni? r. the "bridgi; Jumper. The curio hall contains mjny things worth looking at. In the th? atro then . s ? ntlnuou? ? ? formance, On m??looko?? FOR AN AGREEABLE? ? STRENGTHENING ^ APPETITE G1V/NG T0MiC?\ THEN C?T TH? GENUINE Johann Aoffs WALT EXTRACT Z?2? W. MARTIN A STAU RIDER. HM WINS THK TWKMTY-FIVK-MILE race ?? THFl BICYCLK TOURNAMENT. C M. MURPHY ALSu OOKs MAOSIPICENT WORK. CAPTURING TUS OMS, TWO AND nVS MILS CONTSBTg !-'"ll TWO MILKS KB BREAKS IRE RECORD BY OVER M IBOONDS ZIMMERMAN IN GOOD G???. Tli? blcvcl? contests it. the Madison Square Gar ? d'-n drew a large crowd of enthusiastic people ye?? lerday, and fr m the incesaanl cheering they kept ip they muat hive been ntisSed with the pro gramme provided by th ? management of tha (Irani international Bicycle Tournament. The women, who were present in large number?, evidently en i ived the racing a? mui r, .?s the men. ????>? prove! they \. r ??.? ;i ?. ited on the rale? governing Merci? contesta, and alao could nick th?? winner? at the star; , .?' , ach race with e insiderebbe auccea?. Harry Wheeler la evidently .. great favorite anioni; them, and cries from them of "Hurry, Harry, hurry!" wer ? plainly audible on every sida, Th?? excitement wa? at ? high piteh in the first ??? Iminary heal of the two-mile professi.mai race. In i wi re Martin, of Detroit, th?? winner of the ten? tilo?? race on Wednesday ni?ht, v? ruegen. Appel and l'jlomlm. Martin tri???! to piss Verheyen and ihey came together Martin waa thrown and was picked up in a fainting condition and carried off the track. It wa? reported bla lag was hroken, but this was afterward contradicted, He raced again later. C. M. Murphy, of Brooklyn, continued his good ? work of the aflernoon hy winning the five-mile race for prof???! mais. ? waa a dose race between I hltn and Mont? Bcott, who has been la Class ? only one week. The two-mile professional race was fought to the bitter end between .Martin. Zimmer? man and Wheeler. Zimmerman held the others safe, howevr, ?ml won a beautifully contested race hy a dozen feet. Wheeler made a terrine spurt In the last hundred yard?, hut Martin heat him out half a wheel under the wire for neeond placa TWBNTY BECOND8 KNOCKED OFF A HECOnn 'Ih?' morning and afternoon holiday programme drew more lover? of cycling to the (larden than j had he-ti pies nt at any time before In the meet- ' Ing. The ra?Ing W? ? highly Interesting, and a j number of ilo.??? finishes created much enthusiasm. : Charlea Murphy won th? two-mile raee for Claaa p mea, ?,?,? to all ?omets, in th?? wonderful time ot I min. til i-C sec. The previous record was .', min. ? . and tins knocks it into a cocked hat. "Tom" Butl r. the lad from Huston, won both the live- ; mile championship race for ?'lass ? men and the ! lie handicap in "rand style, and his name? sak??. "Nat" Butler, from th?? "Hub," captured the , two-mile hand ' ip rac< Or CUtaa p men. This waa run in t nun i-''? sec He had a handicap of ??.. n'y yarda, but etili the time was even faster than Charley Murphy's lu th?? two-mil? scratch race, m which "Nat" Butler waa se ond. Th? two-mile race for prof, istoriala was hotly . .m. .;e.i. Th? best of all ti.e talent qualified in the j preliminary heats, and th- entries in the linai ani ? .?? heat Included Verheyen, tin? Oerman; | Wheeler, th? young Jerseyman; Luigi Colombo ' n ? Bdwarda. Zimmerman had allowed Colombo ! to beai him In tha prelimlnarlea, so the lud?an ' could hav< ?? mee ? ? compete in th?? final heat ! He waa never dangerous, however, and the race ? :???! Into a terrific struggle between Verheyen : and Wheeler. Bdwarda also was In the lead at times, Verb? yen'? r . rig waa marked by his method of g line h:i over th?? track, cutting off th?? ??!;?t:-? at critical point? of tha contest In the last lap he erosa? ! In front ot Wheeler, shutting him out and wincing the beat and rue. Wheeler waa sec? ond and ?: ?war is was third. They claimed a foul, which was allowed, and Wheeler was declared th?? winnei The uninitiated Immediately set up a of shouts for Verheyen. They kept it up j for ? long time, hut th?? Judge? were not to be ? ed. Referee G i' Priai made the following ?tate? "\.?????<???? and other? were repeatedly toll not tu look around, a.s it waa exceedingly Jamar? nos ?Or any one to ride thus. In this; two-m le la??? Verheyen waa twice toll hy the ref ii.e verbally, while the race was in procreen, not to look around, to which he paid no attention. 'in?? reason Verheyen looked around was so that h- could ni, 1.1 and out thu keeping other com? petitori? behind him, and not ?,-????? them an op? portuni!) to pat 11- ????!?? this way for five I I . ? ind hen? e the disqualification." lor? ? Mei eles, of the Hudson County I Whe.imen. p.cted aa referee last nicht. Wheeler I ?.ni laat ntghi he was willing that Verheyen ild take oist money. He would be aatlarted w ltd ? t 1 :.i ?ney. I'll?? I???.?' ta??,??, in th?? morning were hotly con- I tl '? I John D. ill'tk, Jr., ???11 off the top of the ? , ,? III wheel followed him. Young planer ? r. Charlea ?, Oranger, of ih? ?.ver- ? thrown ? bar l on the tra.k get badly hurt. Three etliches were taken in In- S< alp. \ Class ? men and the profeaalonala . ? thai a ? a refer ?? be chos n after Mr. Priai lili, I Vei he> ? ? In thi .?ft? 11, ??!. The :?? iity-ttv? nul?? rae? began al? .ut 11 o'clock ? : ? : night, .mi waa well contested t.y th.e thirteen ' II im Martin, 'f Detroit, won It. Tn . m ..\.r th? flnlsh between h.m and Wheeler was voclfer? ? Wheeler tried hard, but was beaten b) !..iir . r Uve li ngl Th?? thi??? had?!.-. Martin, Wheeler and Verheyen, went the t. fast they gained nearly s lap on thi "th re. Th? mil? wa? made in : mia SI ??c. ; DAY CONTESTS. PINAL ilkats. half ? ' i.i??? Clasa A Final heat?Won by Clwa ' ? ? ? W.. N? ? fork; J -??: li O. ?: :. Ir. ?. C. second: W. I. lessee, I ? ? ? ? min is ?.". ?? ... ? final ? at W ? ? ? ' ? ? '.. a. Man . Jr., I< C. Ne? '? ?... ? ,- ?? s ?! hn 11 ?oung, ?. .? . third Tim? '.' min S ? I e . mile ? ? V !'ln;il heel ? ? ??, ? l'in;. :. ? M ?'? !'. I. W . .\. ? \ <? ? ? ? !( II, ?.??. W , ?? ?? ?., third Tim* 11 min. 25 G " Two-mile scratch, ? ?. final heat?Won by : .? u m irph: ? ? ? ?? . u C. W., G ? ? . flat. ? 1er, Inveli Team, Cambr? Is ? ml: K. A. Met??. ? m. Cai I Mass., ini Tua- ? min ?'??? i ?. tlasa ?. Final h? ? ? ,". ?? b) ' Tom" Um. " ivnturj ?', ?'. .ad Evereti Hall, Narra- , Hui.). Tim? S mil Two mite 1 '-?' yards), Class 11 (rati In ,.i.. h.,,n Final li? u-Woi ? ? ? ?? ' Il iti? r, ?. ?veil !. im ? bari? ? E danse, IV ishinsl p It ? ' . s? ?? m?? e -,??? .r W . third ? Imi ? rata ? ? 1 , .? ? h, protesali aal l'uni heat Won 11 \ ? / nmerman. Freehold, N, J.; Aleaander Verheyen, . ? :.? Main, ? lei many, ??,. ad . I'. .1 I ?erto, Manhattan Club Bosl n, Maas., third, Tim? 1 Bin, ;;i Two-mil? rrateh, professional Plnal heat?Won by ? ?? ?? \\?.. .? ,. ? . ? Orange, N. J.; ? C. Edwarde, ?...??.?I?.n. Y.na . -? :vl. Luigi Colombo, Florence, Il .. third Time ?'? min. 12 2-5 \ sanier Verheyen in- ' lahed Brat, but was dlsquallfl d foi en Ming trai - ?EMI PI?AL HEAT?. ?in?? ml?. " ili claaa; In Class A. First beat?Won hy . W. <?. Roome; o Hedatrom, *??? ?? ad. 'l'ime-?M S-ft. s.? ni iieal Won by A. J. Horagaa; C. s. Haaahaw, 'l'Ime '-'.'I ? -? :?. Third !?Mi Won by Louis Hunter, il. C W., Rayonne, I 11. ? ?,,?.>?. I'ort K'llimoiul, !.. I., second. Tim?? One mil?? handicap fllmll PO \.tr.!si, Claaa A, Ural beai Won by J, I?'. Harry; Evareti Hall, aacend; B. li.ii?? n. third 1 Ime - SI Second beai Won by '!' m Ruttar: W. C. Room?, s??,?- ? . ??,?. .? ?,n Allison, third. Time StST. PRELIMINARY HEAT*. One-half mile, boya1 race; Claaa ?. Piral beat?Won ' !>?.? .leim if. Lake, Port Richmond, ?. I.: John D. Otuck, ! Jr., I I.. W'., New-York, second. Time?1:15. Seeenl heal Won by Edw ird <"? Krumm. \^\. W., New v.ik. W, ? Smith, Brooklyn. Tuna ? ?? Third heat Won by A. ?' Smith, New-York; ?. ht Christian, Rata. V. W., Ramaey, ?, J., second. Thaw \??\. fourth heat?Won by Joseph ?:. Rhoehaa, Man., .fr., n ??. N>* Vork; Daniel bulltvan, Man.. Jr., B. ?'.. New York. s? . ?? ?. ? Ima 1 24. fifth heal Won by it !.. Banfbrd, Brooklyn; Eddie Man., Jr.. B. ?'. New-Torfc, saeoad. Tun- \\3X . mil??, if.oo ,;.??-; ?'I..S- A. l-'irst lira? Wen by O, ??????????. in Mont. W., Brooklyn; C. Enderlla, C. ?'. ?'., N.-w.ni.. v: ? . * ? .na ???.??? 2:3?. laeond heal Won by W. ?'. Roome, K. C. W.. Jarsse i-in ?. ? Hargan, ?'. C, ?'.. Newark, N, ?'.. second, ? Time '.'.II 1-5. Third ?.??.?! Won by William J. BbrVh, ??. C, N. Y.. New-York; ? J. rVwirtl, se? ad. Tuna??:??11-?, ??..?? , heal Won by Loula Hunter, ;t. ?'. w., Bay? j ? ,? . ?. ?: Hocket t, s.ut Tinas?J ??. i'ifi?i heal Won by C ?:. Prasar, New-York; ?. I, ? H ..,. second Tims 3 min, 37 2-d aac. ? . ,? w, n ? ? ?. W. W allea? a, X. M C. ?.. ? Newburyport, Conn C, s Henahaw, 0). w Mew-York, I !.. , ?,:?.,! Tima - ??ei. la I?'. :? ? Bevanth heal W ? b) Arthur T, Ann Brooklyn; Hurry i r White, Key ?'? ?'?. New-York, sa? ??.I. Time?S min. I ..j ? un.? uni.? ?, as' race, ?Muss A (for l?>? ilfteen and six- ' ?... ? years old) Piral h? ?, Won by ?. !.. Hull mv Jr\ se) City; John II. ?oin??. Mo,t. au. N. t., ??? nd I - min I : s,.ni n?-at?Wen !>>? Joseph ?:. Buck lar, ??\a w , New y . s ad. Time?? mu 4s Third heat?Wee by C Raderli?. C. C. C. Newark, I N. J.: J? a? i>ii <? Hhrahan, Man., Jr., S C . Naw-York, ' H,???? r.d. TUna-4 min? tl ???'? Elva-mila eawntptenabtp (Indoor), ? i.e?* A ?preiiminn'y li.-.iii 2 mllesi Etrat heal ?Won hy "Tom" Ittitler. ? Cambridgeport, Man. A? J L Paaaaraaat, C, C, ?'.. Byracuse, N. T., .nd; I*. D. White, Liberty W., Kast Rockaway, third. Thaw?I min. s i-a ???,?. Us und beai -W?a by Bve?m Has. Nnr w.. l'.-.niiien.??, ?. l.; .i'ieiiii Thoapaon, ??. w., New-York, aaeaad; B, II <!:?on N. W.. Lvmlhurvt. third. Tim? 6 mm. 1.? s?c. Tliu.l ?ical-Wuu by W. ft Uoumc. M. ft W. Jar??? / ?;. .vu ? ?. : i .*? :*. .i . -???.????'.??? Mild > ?atba F ml :nt gencM ???a :3? "<r sagen ? ? ABSOLUTELY PURE ??? OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hai Stood the Test of Time MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED .viw un sane?? IDEAL MUSICAL BOXES HOLIDAY PRESKNT?. HOLIDAY IMtKHKXT?. We Invlt? th" Imp-ctlon of ttiea? fine Instruments, whteb play any tiiimtK-i' or tun??? and produco exquisite muelen m?tli Ih? lars"?!?t stock In the world to select from. We have alvi .lust re?.-elved a complete assortment of Swiss \\ ?>?>il Ciirvlnarn and Musical >o\ eitles. JA( OT ? ?OX, .".:> I'rtlon Si|iuir??, >rn-Vnrk. For the Best of Good Health, drink Hires' Rootbecr the great Temperance Drink. ?VECZEMA, PIMPLES, MOLES, ??fJJ Skin DtSSSesa, Facial BtetnlatVM. R?zular I'liyel? \U 9 elan* Conaultail a free: ?>!:,,,? or letter; chaina ^y moderate Joba ?. Woodbunr Dertnatolngtosl In Mirai* l-'T w 4J st.. ? V. Branche* In'Bost?n t'Mla., Chicago, Bt Louts. Inventor if Wuodbtiryj Facial s-..,?. Pit? V r Ooodaaan, ?. '.v.. Mew-Turk, second; I. W. Jill,;??, R ','.' N.-.v-Voris, third. Tur. -? mm. l'i t-S s--. Tw aille ?crate* pea Class B?garet beet ?on by ?a. ? ?-!'?:",?... ?. ?ell Team, West Everett; ? ?. UensKL Hpaldlns Team. Pranford, N. J.. ? ?d; ' ? Qenee. ??? I: r.. Washington, third. The? a min. NU s.?,. s. ,,! : . ,? vV< p I' C M. Murphy. ?. Y. ?. ?'.? ? W ?, <? ??. riatbuBb, !.. I.? y ' Butler, Lovell ??:???, Cambrtd?ep?rt. Mm?., .-? nd ?aillai " Mui ? '???? 1. m, 1 ?' UBO, I- I?, third. Tim? 2 min. Bl M ? ne mil- han4icap U.mi? M yard? -Cla?? A?rlrat heat won ??? -'? '?'? Cambrtdgeport. Haaa.| ? p u?- n IBO yard?), Newark W . ?ei ?id. Time ?.' mia. 2? ?-'? - ? ? ? 1 - \?. C. ? irdsl, ?- -?. ?. ?? .:. ??. lialdwin ?30 rari?), Century C. C, s?:;ond. Tlm?^-^ min. .'7 Thir! heat W r by .1 f 'ury C. C: Cherlee ?. ?? - R ? '? coni. 1 ?? -- mia. ?gS-aeen fourth it- w t by '. W. Jii'tc-. Blver?ld? W.; W, L. -, N, J. A C., .-???'t'-!. Time -2 min. ?> .'?-? s?',?. Fifth heat?Won br Phltlp -t. Bngetdnua, N. Y. ?G.| J. A. Diets, jr , Triumph W., s.-.1. Tim 2 min. H *ec. Obi ? ? profrasicaal?Flral beat sroa by ?. ?. in,m. Freehold, N. J.; C. J. Appel, K. K. C. I, Tim r - non. SB BSC. ? W ? by !' .1 Berle, Manhattan Club, U0? t-t.. Ma? . Luigi Col ntbo, Florence, Italy, s..r,,n?!. Tira? j min. ?'! ???'? Third best -Won by Alesander Vertieyen, Frankfort-on? Ihe-Mali Uei ny; '>'? lliam Martin, Detroit, Mien., seo. ond. ? Imi ? - m.? M -??-. Two-miU ?cratch, nmf???lniial First beat?Wea by Alexander Verheyen, Franlcfort-on-lhe-lfaln, Germany? P. J. Berto, Man '.'.. G, Mon, aecond; William Martin. De ir.-,t. liten., third. T?a - 3 ??', Se -on,! beat- W t: l.y II. ?'. Wne.-d.-r, F.isr tirane?, IM J ; A. C. Bdwarda, London, Rngtand, ^econd; 1 rinb ! Allori, New-Tork, third. Time Us ? ?," m!?- enamplonshlp, Claaa A. First beat Wee by y. i>. Wfettn i-ih. w., Ka?t Roekaway; 'Tom?? Fuller. fambridgeport. M ? - . Mcond; i"-i A. Nagte, Iti ver? m,i W., Kew-Tork, unni Tin.?? ::in ;;-.-.. s?, ni beat?Won by w. A. Bari ta, B. W? New. rorlt; .1. M. Baldwin, C, C. ... Newark, N'. J.. aecoadi B. Hodgson. N. W., Lyndhurt. third, 'rime-;.:;t 2-5. Third heat?Won I"- F. F. l.oodm.in. ?'? ?..?:,!?? W.. New-York; Bverett Hall, NaT, W., Providence. It. L. VV. C. Room?, II. C. W., Jers?;/ City, third. Tim.--:: is, COKTE8T8 OF ??? KVEXING. i FIXAI. I! FATS. One-ri:>. 3-mlnute cue?, flaa? a Final beat?Wea by W. ('. !:?? m??. ? ''. W '?? ? City; C. B. Henshaw, '?. W? N??* I; Lou ? it ' r, II. C. W.. Ha?, mi?. \ J., third. Tim - - min. II ate. One-mil? champ? nihlp lind p. Clam a. Final heat Won by ?V. ? Barbeau. B. W., New-Wrk; F. F. ?;?~4 ?:.???. N',-?-V ?. M. Baldwin, C. C. C, New. ?rk. third; Evereti Hall Nsr. W., Prmideaee, H. !.. .';<? .?.". - ?. <;, dman waa di? ? 1 : r : al , .?. mil ? chami r). Class B. Ftn.it heat? Won b) C. M Murphy. N. Y A. C, K. <\ W.. P. '". C,, Flati ?-h. !.. !.. B. A. McDufl L ? II "' am W. Rverett, Mass. ,,, ?. ? Monti ? ? - ml W., r?ala? ?;. : t. N. J . itili ? TU ?e-2 ? H - Five-mile, ?t?? h, Cla?? D Pina) best?Won by ?'. M. Murphy, \. V A. ?'. ?, ?*. \V.. P. C. C, I-latbuah, L. |.; M te B t. C, W . PlalnarM, N. .1 . ?? ? i?d; Will lam F Murphy, ? lumbla T un, rlatbusb, L. I. third. ? me II mil . T? mile, peratch. proieaalocal.- Plnal heat?Wea by A. \ Zimmerman, Fi ild. .N. J ; V. illuni Martin De M n ? Wheeler, ?? ?? .t.?-?. N. J.. Kurd. T.tu S mill. .1 1-3 - Two-mile 'i re?; Clan A Fin il beat ? ,.? |>y ?-: li u?- ?, NVfvark \V S\ '? Bl ? Rlvei -,i? W.. s-, -ni. f. I!. Fi.izit. \ ilrd. Time-6 min. I . Twenty-nvr-mll* Starten? William Man w. li. l' ft'heeler Krank Ktarbu k. ?, ??,t??, \? ?.???.,;.?'? \ ? ?. V ? BIB? burgh Arrj ???? I. Alb rt, i ?. <;??-.?>. Fi .ink .? ?., ? Inc. r '' .?. \??... I. rhe '?' Iliaci M in .?. 11 ?troll. II. <"". Wl der, ? ' . - - - ? 1er Verheyen, ?'rank? ?. Luisi ?.?, lombo, i-'i ir ,?'.,-?. ita ? me?-C8 min. 54 ???;?:?.?.?????:? HBATB Twn-mlle handlosn ihmit IM yarda), Ossa A.-Firet V ? ';' m Butler, < imbrldgepori Mam. 1. M. Bal I? In. C ? ? . ind; J. W. Ji . ? W., n it-.; T m '? min '?'< ? ?"? Benind ? ? ?: Won ?? w. .\. Barfcsaa, It W; T. A. Cumins, Of?cen, W., se,-,,n,l. C T. Kail. K. r. \\\, third. .'. min. ? - ?"> Third beat?Won i<\ ::. ""ig?n. Newark W.? W C? Roome, S. .1. A ?'.. ?econd; Charte? i-'lbold, R. W., third. rime .". m,., t - fourth besl Woa ? ? w. a i, mu R. w. <? R, Prs?l r New-York, ?econd; W. t. Farmer. N. .1 A. C, third. Tim??-."? n,In. .1 .-?? ,? Two-mil? ?ersteh, professional. Fin<t heat--\v,)ti by Alexander Verheyen, Frunkfort-on-the-Main, Oermany: C, j. Appel, ? ?. ?v. Brooklyn, aecond. Time?g mia se s, ? . Maitln fell. Beeead heal Woa by A. A. riamisi asan, ?.held, ?. ? : H. C. Wheeler, Bast Orange, N. J.. s.-end. Time? 2 min. -.? "G? ?e,?. ? TBN-MIUE BICTCLI ROAD RACK. Baltimore, Nov. Ht?Vive thonsaad pecanesi wit iiessp.l thi? ten-mile bicycle road ? a.'?? to-day at l'rulli Hill Far?. The lir^.? croare] fregBssallj 8?G???.1 upon ? ho traen, anJ made fast timo Im j,, ? ~-ii.it?. Foi-ty-foar ridera competed for the four? teen prizes. Jam.s I.. Iv?s. Baltimore (7 lnln u;.'s). won the priz.? in ::i min. is s,???.; ?.. ?. CMnV han. Buttalo, M, Y. (aerateli), waa anrend in 24 min. IS 1-5 so,?, at.,I Alvln T. niftemlnrfcr. Bmg hamton, N. Y. (scratch), third la :i aUa IIM set?. Callaban and Dtttendorfer took tin.? time prlaea. ^.V KltOIXMMM KtLLiD AT HIM rosr. Hartford, Conn., Sot. ?? fnglnaar w. Jetaegg Lewi:?, of the Near-York and New-Rngland Kail road, was klll.it thla morning in a ?olllsion Ixe? tw?'oi the aarltch ?lultu? nkdeh h?? was running and a northbound paaaenger train on th?? valley division of the Near-York, New-Haven and llart '??r I Railroad. Th,? acddenl oopiirr??.! at about M:08 o'clock, nvar N'oitli-st , at a point where the tracks of th? valley division eroga ????-?> of the New-England. Lends reveraed his engine, but stuck to his post and eras thrown und?"? the tend.-r. Which fflt upon him The vail? y train ?as behind tira?? und win going at a high rate Of ?pi'ed. Kn gtneer Loarla who liv?.?.! in Baal Hartford, was about forty-flve ruara old. and bad been employed on the road over twenty years. Hi Paxes g widow and one son. The accident apparently happened throunh a mit placed or ntfaunfcratood signal. En? Kin?.?,? Beebe, o( Um paaaenger train, says that aa he approached the crossing he san that the sig? nal ame set tor a clear track, but just as he got beneath the signal it was dropped <>u htm. Fire? man ?istor. of the switch eiiKin??. who Jumped anil escaped injury, declares that ilie Bagual was bet clear fur tin NeW-EngWnd t.acke. FBEE WOOL < ??????G FBEB WOOL KUOSp AT COVVPERTHWAIT'S, 104 West Uth St., Near 6th Ave.