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NEW-YORK, Wi;i)\i;si)AV, OCTOBER ?, I8B5.-FOURTEEN PAGE&
PRICU THREE CE1TA
RIOT IN CONSTANTINOPLE,
ARMENIANS. AT THK PORTE FOR JUSTICK.
CH IJtOED BT THE POXJC&
fWXSTI TMMD 1HT0 THK CROWD-OATAUIT
CLBAI TKi IMUDWAT1 TVRKI AMONQ
THi: VIi'TIMS -THB M1NIKTKK OF
pouoa WOUXDED.
I. ndOB, Oct t- 'Tha Iviily Newa" wlll prlnt
f ?? r m a dlepatch flroni Conatanttaople, Kh-inr
tht> followlng v. rsi. d of the riot whlch occurred
there yeeterdaj !
s. v> :.i! Arrnenlana had started on th.Hr irajr to
tv,. fftte of thc Bultan'a palaee, where Jvattce is
admlnlatered, irlth the Intentlon of pre
penttng to the Grand Vlsler a petltton agalnst the
G -vmiuv nt. Warnlng had been gtven to the offl
ri i!? and at thetf i rdevv all the appr.>achea to
the palaee erere u cked erlth policn. WhUe the
erowdl were waltins. tlM Mlnlster of the Interl r
arrivod at a polnt near the gate. when-upon a
rneh waa mada toward hlm from all the ?ur
r hng atroeta Th<' pollca attampted to drive
? ? ick, batterlng many of them aevcre
ly and Anally flring upoo thom. A detachment <f
ravalrj waa ordered to aaalat the ofBccra, and,
itiK upon tlM crowd, cleared the roadwajra
T).'- pera >ns kllled Of arodttdad t? the flt?ht ln
cluded Turks ?? well aa Arruenians.
\ cordlng to the dlepatch, it ls alsi reported
that a mob attacked the realdence of the Mlnlater
of P >lice aiui Bred eeveral rolleya at the houae,
ng tht Mlnister. Intense excltement pre
throughout the rity.
COAli BTEAMER BUNK IN A COLLISION*.
3?:;.ma\ BTKAMBR L'RUOITAY WRECKKD OFf BltA
/M, o.N HXR WAI TO HAXBURO.
lon, Oct. L?The Brttlah eteamer Alblred
? ee ilon wlth the coa] eteamer Chi
? i off Bljrth, Northumberland, to-day and
The Alhtreo'i bowa were badly dam
aged, bu: shc took on board th? creu of the Chrie
. i inde 1 them at Bljrth.
B o de Jaaelro, Oct. 1.?The Qerman maii eteamer
y bae been wrecked off Cape Frlo, elghty
? .?^t of thta port. Her paeeensere and cn w
nded here. The Unigney eraa of t,4J0 tona,
8h< i led between Hamburs an 1 Montevldeo, and
:, het waj 11 Hamhurg.
LUITPOLD WOJTT PARDON LOTJIfl BTERN.
f \v YORK MCRCHANT WAI RECmfTLT COS
DEMNBTJ tb a FINi: AND IMPRIRON
MKN- IN KIMUNOEM
r.erlin. o.-t. L?The Augaharg "Abend-Zeltnag"
?ajra that Prlaee Luttpold, ReK*-!:' of Bavarta, ha^
-? . to pardon Lonla Btern, <<' New-Tork, ro
cently eondemne.J to a tlne and Imprlauimenl f ?r
an allered Inault lo Baron ron Thdngcn,
Bpa at Klaaingei
QT'EEN* VICTORIA TO V19TT NAPLE9.
XTKG HVMI'.KHT I'l./.fKS THK l'M.M'K OF CAPO
I'l MONTI AT HER DI8TOBAL
P.nme. Oct !.?KinK Hurabert, learnlng that Queen
a \* deairooa of vtalttng Naptea, ha* r!ac>'l
the palaee of Capo dl Monte at her dlepo i
apnt of tta.? been aenl from Bngland to
to report the condltlon of the palaee.
COLONEL R1VE8 RB8ION8.
he fiivn vp ura po?ition as mttxttmssrozin
OF THK IWWMA RAIUtOAD.
Oolon. Colomhla, Oct L?The rf=i#rnatton of Colo
nel Rlves from thepoeltlor of s=\ij>trlnten.lent of the
,i. : Compaojr win be foremrded to
v w-v >r ? l v the iteam?r Alllanca, whlch ealla
from htre Octoher 4_ ^
ANOTHER ITALIAK AJfNEBTT.
ai,l maom awjTi ov HAvma evadbd htu
TART BERV1CI TO Bl PARDOICKP Tt> kay.
n.>m?. Ouk. v TO-morttm belng the twenty-fifth
raary of the pleUecIt n the Papal terrltortee
<-n the ejoeetkn of unlon arllh the Kini?dom of
luly. In which ix'./m votea were ra?; In fa?et o)
..?m to 1.''"" In opposttlon, th- Oovernment
. to grant amnesty to all peraona gullty
f harlna evaded mtlltary aervlce. nrhether auch
ii are undergolng punJrhment Bt home or have
taken refug-- In forelgn countii
PASTEUR'fl BODT TAKEN TO PARIB
JT LIBS IN' THB UBRART OF THK insiTTTTK
PREaiDEKT FAfltt: WILL ATTKJTO THB
:-'Ni:i;ai. BATCRDAT.
Parta, Oct l The body of Profeaaor Loula Paateur
v.?> placed In a coffln at hla late realdence at
3archea at 2 o'clock thla afternoon. Hmi Paati i
wept profuaely whlle the Abbf Ang#ly read prayera
ov.-r the body after it had been pul !nt? the coffln
The head of the dead cbemlat reata upon a whito
?atla plllow. Al I M o'cJoch the coffln waa placed
., hearac and the prooeaaton, conalatlng of the
hearee and ali coachea contalnlng membera of the
famtly, atarted from the cottaga The acbool chll
dren and other Inhabltanta of the town Uned the
road and reverentlj aaluted the body aa the bearae
Tli?- funeral party proceeded 'or Paria
w i?? i the body by the way of Bt. Cloud.
An Inanaenae crowd gathen i along the Rue Dutot
aii'l atleatly awalti I th arrlval of th< cortege, and,
aa the hearae and carrtagea paaacd along, all beada
were bired The decoratloni at the Paateur In>
?, to whlch the body waa removed, have bec n
rompleted. The entlra facade ij draped In mourn
:..?! i a ibleld, three metrei In dlaaeter,
and bearlng the Inittal "P," aurrounded by a wreath
of ImureL aurmounti the aoor
L'pon the arrlval of the proceaaion at the Inatltute
the oak coffln arae removed from the outer caae and
? aden ?hel\ and waa placed In the llbrary, the
of whlch wer? completely hldden by black
hHtiKii i d wlth Hllver ornamenta and palma
and wreatha. The InelKntti of the ordere whlch
have been conferred upon >)?? dead rhemtat were
dlvplayed upon ? uahiona at the foot of the coffln.
dent Faure thia evenlng rlgned a decree or
dainlng that Al Paat< "? - obaeaidea ihould be of a
natlonal character. The Presldent a'lll attend the
funeral aen Icee In peraon.
Poi the purpoae <>f leaaenlng the pomp and osten
tatton ol th-- ceremoniee attendanl iu>on the l>\irial
of M Paat< ur, I ls faroil) have de I '< I tl it the body
ahall reinain In the temporan vault at \. tre Daine.
where the aen'lcea wlll ? n I Ii tea I of betng placed
In the family vault at M?-t tmai
COTTON BHIPPED DIRKCT TO IfANCHESTER
Mancheatar, Oct i In conaequence of the
of certaln ahlpplng merchanta In offerlng to carry
fretybta from New-Orleana and Oa ton to Man
..r ? . aame ra!^!* m from tboee porta to
Llverpaot, the Mancheater Cotton Aaaoclation to
i to Inalat that all Importatl ? ???
for b] m< mbei - ol thi 'latlon after
r i shall be nhlpped dlrect by way of tha
itei Bhl| Canal.
BISIIOF OF SORWICH'B PASBION PLAY.
;.,,/ | ?.. Oct I. A noval feature of th< Church
( . a ?? h 'i ? '??' ?t Norwli wlll be
,?, .. ,->f tha Obaramn raau Paaalon
play, under the patroaagi of the Blahop of Nor?
i paaal ? m lal wlll be n na< red d rr
i erformance of the i
??? ?
A BIO Bl'OAR BHORTAOE PREDICTBD.
. .-, oct ] Oleeecker, the greal augar au
. wl oea hltherto eorrecl fon ???..
Ith them the vefghi of cooamei lal oplnlon,
eetlmat ? Buropean augar crop thla y::r
wfll I ahorl of the arerage. Tha
Mgai trade bai been Rgurlng upon a ahortage of
The eatimate of the ahortage made by Gleaeoker
bu afl I thi markel to a onalderab.e extent.
aaaiatl . m ol pricee of 41-..-!. per hu idr<
ingj Fr^nch reflnera, Baj fl Le
baudy, are l
?nd i iv . iv of No .; J"" ncn ? i retali
BX-PBJEMIER LOUBETi NEW ROLE.
Parla Oct 1.?it la : :hi" ea-Pi
Loabet. wha m ??? i| ' th" i">a;? in tii^
*;"??- for Drome Ii .. candldata for the it.-sM.imv
?f Ou fpper li ? to aueceed M Challemel
'ac&ur upon i rrn nl of the latt< i
?atATOS IIAOKIER OIVE8 HIHULF UP.
I'arii,, o.. j s,., ,, r ifajroler, who hj? lately
"^n * fugith. from juatice, kavlng been ooonected
tlElif ???thern Rallway aeandala haa volunl trtlj
?vrraaderMI blmi ir to the pollce.
AI)iUHAj. BULLER BACK IN iHANOHAl
?h*nghal, o^t. l.-A1m!ral Bullcr, command.r-ln
*rrlvea,v,ih* ,!' '>'? ??el In ChlneM ^?'\'"..^
nvea ntreon board the dlapatch boat Ala-rl.1.
8PANISB CBUISSB WBBCKSD
THE CRI0TOBAL COLON RUNi AOROIW'D
ON COLORADO POINT. ?*
VE8SELA TOTAL l.oss -TIIREE IAILOM DROWKEB
?TBI WAISSHI!' BBLONOED TO THK fi.k.kt
THAT is ATTKMI'TIN'-. TO PROTECT
CtTBA FROM lll.n.i'STKRS.
Havana. Oct. 1.?The Bpanlah crul.?er Orlato
l>al Colon ran afTOUBd "ii Cclor*4o Poirr Bap*
tember '-">. .>ff Mantua. All of tfcre < r. w were
aaved, ? iccpl tlir*--- peillora, who ar* not ae
counted for. Th? veaael Ia a toUU loaa.
ThP Crlstol.nl f'olon was ? aecondVclaaa, IrOH
hark-rlr>red cruiser of 1 l.'.O ton*. wlth er,,;!ne* of
LB0O hor.se-pr.wer. She waa 21" feel long. of 32 fe*t
beam. and I] fe- : .'. Inchea drauKht. She carr! 11
ten Kl'llS. Shc IxOoilRi 1 to th" fiw! of deeo-aea
patrol, whlch Bpaln ha? eatabllahed to wat.-h for
flllbuatera aKint; the ooaal ol Cuba.
BANCHEZ SAID T<> BE WOUNDED.
lXSfRCENT LBADER A.\'I> PIRA AUJB3BD TO
1IAVK BEEM PLACSD BOR1 DB OOMBAT
BT OOUOKBL ni'iuxs MEN.
Madrll. Oct 1.?The "Impan-lal's" speclal dhv
patch from Havana *ay?:
Colonel Unban's coliimn mad? an attack at
Potrero, ln the \a\* V?u> <H?tri- t of Sanrtl Bplrl
tua, upor. a fon e of 2.'?*i ret.ela under Se.afln San
chez, CaatlUo ind other leadera, and after a pro
longed flKht th.- rebele ware routed. leavlng forty
dead and manv woundad on the fleld. Among th
?ound.-d were the inmirp rt leader Banchei, hix
brother-ln-law, 1'ira, and the mulatto leader Legon.
The Spanlsh hav. eleven wounded, Includlna; Colonel
Ruban who r.. .-ivi-.l ? bullet ln hla thlgti.
Oeneral Martlnea Cimpus ha* gone to \ lllaa.
pleased vnm THE dnited btateb.
PREHIER CAKOVAg CITES ITS BTBICT KEOTRAb
ITV AND ITS VTIYITY IN gUPPREJUV
IND nUBtVTBBa.
Havana, Bcpt. M, via Key Weat, Oct. 1 -TIh rtrl ?
neutrality obaarved by tbc Araerlean Oo?en
)..1S be?n dt*d by I?r?mler Canovaa lel Caatlllo .i?
tbc t?;t avldenca "f Iba friendUneaa o( tbe Cnltad
stit---, llkewlaa Ita actirlty ln rapprraslni revolu
Uonary < spcditlona,
Th.- publio announeemeBl ma4? h?n that the
ia Cablnat trlll pun ic a modarate and bumana
pollcy ln <'ui.a k!v." th- ftreateal aatiafaction. Cap
tain-Ganeral Hartlnei Campoi Ii ln actlve louch
and lympathy wlth lha Madrld Cabnaat Hp Inalati
on a llberal and bumana pollcy. The pollcj ot Ihe
Canovaa Cablnet, naturally, ;- ;>1 favor of actlve
na and lha parly cruahinn ol th.- reb
whl.-h u reaarda ai r ally th? moal human.- eourae.
:miHt be mlnlfui of her unaccllmated
ln cuba. N" cru-i meaaurea arlll be tolerat* I b)
i ;?: ? ral C impoa. _
SO CONFISCATION OF ARM8.
Waahlntton, Oct. L?The attentlon <>f Attorney
Qenaral Harmon wae called this mornlaj
dlapatch ln "The London Tim.s" from Madrid
.? Mlnl?tr-r Ddpuy de LOma to Ihe effect thal
th- Cnlted stat^- h.-?5 dedded to eonfli ate armi
and ammunltlon found upon vetaeli detalned by
the [Jnlted Btatee authorltlea, whli h ^r *'i\<i">*- i
to be engaced or about to eacaaje ln llllbuatarlnn
ezpedltlont to Cuba. Attoroey-Oeaerml Harmon
atati 1 thal there hn.1 h-on M chanRP at all ln tlio
poaltton of th< Admlnlatratton toward the Cuban
insurKpni? Thp neutrallty lavvs he aald, were
i>,inK enforeed arlth rbjorlaajd Impartlallty, aad It
was the tntpntion to contbiue to do ao iraaa and
munitlom of a/ar allefed lo be for the uee ... the
InxurK^nt? had been captured by L'nlted Btatea
ollli-lals and tho matter brouaht (o thp attentlon
of thp jn.li.-ial authorltlea ny Unltad Btatea ofllcera.
The declalona of th. courta ln theae matteri were
aP blndlng upon th< 0 vernmenl a? upon thoac
under arreat, and ahere acqulttal follpwed th<
Oovernment, of courae, wai powerleaa further lo
a.-t Acqulttal of alleved flllbuateri ln rrimlnal
oroceedlnxa carrled wlth It Ihe eurrender of prop
erty aelxed wlth them. In iome caaea thl? prop
crtv ha I not been callod for and atill remalnel ln
the euatody of iJn Unlted Btatee.
GERMAXt DBOPfl BOOOTA ARBITRATION.
Panama, Oet. l.-A apaclal dlapatch from B
to -'Th- Itar and Harald," under date of Beptem
i.. r ??". aai ?
The Qerman Oovernment haa ori-r.-1 the Oerman
Mlnlater to wlthdra* from th- Arbltratlon Com
t'tnti.-.- relatlve to the ayndlcate <-:,iim <>f Punchanl.
Ma<-Tagaarl and Lowther. The formatlon ol .
n, m commlttee Ia Impoealbl Owlng to the ln
famoua character of rhe cla m p h ; nlon Ia
rlamoroua for the wlthdrawal of Brltlah Mli
Jeoner. _ _
FOR A cahi.i: FROM NEW-TORK TO BREST.
Parla Oci 1 !-? I'-cr ?" ?aye thal M. I
Mlnlater <f Commerce, ann mncei thal a contracl
h i? been alcned I ir laylni ? aubmarlne cable be
tween Brexi and New-Vork, and for -i Mnk between
th- French cable ?yateai and th- Antillea.
THi: UISSlS&Il'Pl BIVER A3 A SB1TEB.*'
A BTARTLIXO PAPER READ Bl DH RARTZRU.
BEFORE THE AhtERICAR PfBLIC
HEALTH ASJKM-IATIOX.
Denver, Oct. L The Amerlcan Publle Health A1
aociatlon began bualneai iea loni to-day. Prealdenl
Balley, of Loulavlile, called the ponventlon to ord i
Ovei oni hundred membera were preaent, and aev
enty-flve appllcatloni for memberablp were ai
i ? ptad.
The ?ir^? paper, "The Mlaalealppi Rlver aa r
Bewer," wii n id by Dr. Joalah Hartsell, ol the
Ohlo Btate Board ol Health. After rlving flcurea
to abow tbe extent of the dralnaa;e baaln "f the
i be ^i\- aome atartllnt ataUatlca on i-~ t"d
tutlon Four cltlea annually contmn'te 266,00
of aarbaae and 1,000 carcaaae* ol dlseased anlmala
to the noble atream. ISngllah atreama art- rlean in
comparlaon. He vbroro I the Chlcapo
dralnag-e ranal. He deplore<l th* actlon of the
Plttabum garbaaje boata, whl h t illut* l t;.. ? i|
Rlver, and quoted from Plttaburg papen denounc
Ing thla actlon._
<,1HSI> JDROBS CHASGE THEIR MI\l>s.
A Jl'DGE IN PROVrDEXCE ALU5WED T1IKM TO
RETONSIDER A.\ IXDK : UENT
Pi ? ace, Ocl ! ^mong the Indlctments re
. trj the Orand Jury ln the Common Pl >ai
dlvlalon of the Bupreme fourl to-day ?.?..?- one
aga'.nM Davkl F. Llngane f.?: aaaaull wlth i
i :. (i- ?- ila ' 'ook Mngane i" the
j. . ol "The Telegram," an evei ng aea papei
and the Indlctmenl waa l ??? outconu ol -?' atreel i >a
n him and Cook, ?i > la i colored man, In
whlch Llngane ahot Cook. Thla wa? the thlrd tlme
the Atl ney-Q '?? ral hai ttt< mp ? I lo ? cure '???
Indlctmenl of Llngai i
A-:, : the Indli tm< nti ba I bt en pn lente l to.
and aal l be di -ir- i to
hla v ?te >'" the Llngane eaae. Two
.,., ... the aame requeal ? ? I Ju Ige Wllbut q ie*
\ rder to aaceri
? ,\ irk jpj n ; . in. but
th'e^ "il denled havlng be< i appr ich< I
Tl ? mattei wai cont'.i ui d until he
coui t. wl :> the Judg( ann
,,',. iury had the rl?hl to change \\* vote He ih.i
.. , ? the luroi back to their i
,.'?,'. thi -\ lance aaalnal l.lngii.e Ihey arere >tlll
ln :. nr'oa wh n the C ?uri adjourm I thli fl
_ ^_
1H1: 8TATIOX8 REARRAKQED.
CHANOEfl DECIDED OB BT THE RAPID TRAN8IT
, oiiaHKSIOXERfl
-j-j , ;;,,,.! Tranalt Commlaeionera bdd a meetlng
,. ?-.i In thelr ofllca* ...n the
| the Home l.i.'. lr-u.an.-e 1(^)11 IIiik. Ii. '
aa) preoldent Al.Nan-l.r K. Orrjnd Comi.::
era Btelnway, Inman and Clgflin wara preaeni The
meetlng aa uaual. aaa held hehlnd cloaad doora. and
, ,. , j, t At :t' clOW Mr. J >.-i.ll* ? I, th- ,-.r.t.u>.
aald thal HttJe ol Importanca waa ilona. II ???
,,, ,|,-,,p from Ihe i ?ute of the und n
, iimh in thelr Dlace. boweyer, m
,,... nurnbe, would ..... be kwenad- . ? - ..t. . ..
that II waa de Ided to ..mit ? ? ... I- ' ?'
;,'.,!;;;; ,';,.,, ..... .?-??:..? -',,-;/ ;
ata a itream of ti ive; from th< rerrl enter
l:i',"w.,sV.i..id.d <- make Walkar-at ito i
'ttther atatton furtbyr iptawn ???;?.- ,.
The Flfty-thlrd-et. atatlon waa mad i . ' 'V ,. ,i
oreai atatlon. and ? venty ?.n ;" ? '
platad Nlnetleth'Bl w." aaada a I.i ?" '
Vj Fiftvuliitli and Mi...tletli ata.
TO PllEVKXT PBIZE-FIGHT8.
A VIGOROUfl bTEWAQE FROM OOVERNOR
CULBERSON.
THB TEXAfl LECIBI?Aft*RE MEETfl IN BFBCIAL
ggSBION?A uvni.v s'l urcci.r BXPBCTED
<>\ ER THE BtLL UCTRODUCED.
\ . tln, Tea . I,,,; 1. The Legial tture mel ;n
!? iii aeaeton hera to-day, an ' Qovmor Cutber
aon'a meaagge waa laW before the" two bouaea" it
waa ?h.>rt. aharp and decialve It coatalned nn un
? .-rtairi aound aa i.i bla attltude poncemlng priae
flghtlng In general and tbe propoaed eonteel be
tween Corbetl and Fltxalmmona In partlcular. The
Qovernor revlewed t>i*? p.ist legkdatlon relattng t>
prlae ngbtlng, whlch he cbaracterlaed as brul i
demoraUalng, ani denounced by every Btate In the
Unlon. Ha enumerated the Btatea ?hi. h bava
enarted lawa maklng priae-flghtlni a felony, ?<:' I
urged thai mich law? Bhould be operatlvi from thelr
paaaaga He referred to the oppoattlon to I ?
"onatrgency" MIl becauae of th<- large amount of
money lavolved tc th" managera of the Flortda
Athletlc Club, and said that aoch oppoattlon waa
characterlatlc of euch an exhibltlon. "Il reeta,'
he conQnued, "upcn the audacloua propoeltlon that
a free people can forfeli or have bargelnad away
th?- publlc peaee. Hk publlc morala and the
pubUc aafety it la propoaed to aaaenible a
h. rde Of rufJlans and gamblera and offer here thla
commandlng Inault to publlc deceney agali
prlde of tbe peopie, and your prompi and reaoluta
wlll Bpara th.-m the Ignomtny."
The flrat at<p In th<- dlrectlon of laglalatlon Inlml
eal to prla Bght m aai taken In theBenateby Mr.
Lewla, of Ban tntonlo, who Introduced a blll prw
vtdlng thal iny peraon who engaged In a p-mi.iHUi
encounter between man and man, or a nunt ?>?.??
a man and inj anlmal. on the rerull of wnien
money I* wagered, ahall be deemed gnlW.0'.*
felony, and be punlahed bj Imprlaonmenl In tn
penltentlary for nol leaa than two yeara nor more
than flve yeara A almllar blll wa In duced In
tbe Houae b) Mr. Ward, of Travla ,
The altuatton In the Legtalatur. maj "?.' '?',''
to-morrow 01 Thurndaj by the preaence ol a iior.en
,r more abaenteeM wh ? have been nenl for, out nan
a rote been taken to-day on ihe blll maklng i ?
I r a felony it would <? I ii" ' .' .
. . , to make II operatlve Onlj
ty-four membeni ol ihe Houai weri presei
ro ill to-day. Ol l .-? ftfteen have deelared
agalnat the meaaure and three are doubtful. ab
Imin itration muat have elghty-elx voies w
. . v blll. II wai Bhorl t< U
ten votea. In the Benate the condltl ?na were more
favorable, aa twent) four membera of tha boui
were preaent, wlth everj i waiblllty thal nol more
than three of tbe number would v ?:?? In oppoBition,
... blll there without a
.' 1 no i leatl n thal an overwheJmlng ma
,.:' i, ,th houaee Ib favoral le to a blll i i ;
rlae-flghtlns and maklng II ?< felony. rnere
rever. a Rttli col rle who ' il the
b;il ahould not become a law untll nlnety rtaya arier
the .!?!? airnment, an I t nough
. ,.,. b|i| |n ln,. 11. i- wlth thi emergencj
lau ,-, | hed. The Indl atlon* to nlghl are that
the battle between the udmlnlatratlon rorcei
the oppoeltlon wlll be aplrited. but brlel rh. more
Influentlal memben ><<. both honn ir. inxioiia
.. ,. tum to thelr homei aa apeadlly a? poaalb e,
and an ? ff ?n wlll be made to brlng the meaaure to
,i vote bj Bal
TBE OSEIDA AT SEIT-LOSDOX.
MR. CLE\'EIARTJ rEELINQ WBLL AXD KXTKCT
IKO A OOOD TiMf.
Sew-London, Coni Oct. 1 B. C. Beni
Bteam yacht, the Onelda, arrlved In thla barbor
to-day. wlth Prealdenl develand, Becretary Thur
ber, Alr Huntlngton, a friend of Ihe Prealdent and
Mr Benedlcl abo u I Tl ? ? ? italned bera
aeveral houra and al l:*J ateamed alowry to the
i aai ward.
The party i." on a fl*hln? trlp, and wlll coatlnue
f,.r Bcvaral daya in the Bound. \ awuna
abovi deck on the Btarboard akle for thi
The Prealdent la in excellent health, and he ex
pacta to enjoy the tri[>. The One!da artll probably
return to Oray Oablea tftei the trlp la Rnlahed.
VKJBL1 A VII.r A MlSflF.
I P. MOROA?ra gPETIAli ti:ai\ MAKEfl A RAPIB
l;i N KIO'M i:l KIAI.O TO CHICAOO
i letrolt, Oct i A traln on "? Ml I la n Ceotral
RatlroaJ thla mornlng made a rapW trlp from Buf
falo to ???:"- tl ? Ml mllea In the
runnlng tlm< of nlne houi and forty-flve mli
Thi traln waa the J. P1< rpoi I M ?m in ap< rlal, bound
for Ml ted of two hi ivy prtvate
.: a b tggagi ? .i It p .:.< l oui ? t
B rfalo al 1:11 t ?? Bl Thomaa 133 mllea away,
i al l:tt. Th< run to Wlndaor, 112
waa madi ln W minutei The beal bursl ol ipeed
m thla run waa betwe< Khi ind
CroBB, thi dlatani e belng covert ! al the rate
enty-two and .i hall n lea an houi Tl
? > .u 6:51 and itoppi i In the ' tai i 'entral
atatli n In Chlcago al ; The tlme : lal on tn
waa : n I ? nlne mlnuti Thi rvnnlng tlme between
igo, 385.5 mlli a, \\ aa fli bi u - an I
nfty-one mli i
VHICAOO AHARCBIST ABBESTEP.
AtEXANDF.R EiEXJAMIM DWTRIBtTED tVPLAM.
MATOrtY I ITKKAT1 Iti: THE POtlCE ALARMED
' ? ? ' Thi police laal nlghl arreated
Alexindet Benjamln Anarchlat, for dlatrlbutlni
i \ The obji ctlonab!e matti r wai
extremely inflammatory contabilng auch M*ntenc ?
,is "Kemovi youi police and meet ua on the pla:
form," and 'The baala ol government throughoul
the >\ ?rld belng nelther goodneaa nor Juatlce, the
greal leason manklnd have to learn la bow thej ma;
llly lellver themaelvea from the moral and po
lltlcal ?: enalave them.'
Otb?r pup i . auch aa "Rebel and Flrebrand," are
belng dlatiil I Inspector Bchaack, who
nol try to c. il hla alarm at the ne? Anarchlstl
nt, i anxloua to put a ai ip to the aprea | :
of tiiis clasn of llterature. Several meetlnga have
n ??.'. bee-i announceJ by the Anarchlata. an1
wh. n thi poll ? \ lalti i the pkii i edvei tlaed, no
mi eting ? ' ind. I ls th< opir.lon ol t he In
r thai the Anai ehl n adveri e i nn ? tlng a
etelve ihe police, an i
then i arry on theii -
of-the way no >k oi corni
THE ESGiyEEB BLAMED.
FINDINC "i THE BTATE RAILROAO COMMIMirON
A- TO ' M : .-i \ DEAOH DIKAHTER
ny, Oci . Th Btate Board of Kal'.road com
onera to-daj made publlc Ita flnduiga ln the
matter of two rear colilaloni at Bay Ridge and
Woodlawn atatlona, on the New-Tork and Bea
Hi h Itallroad on s ptember t whlch reaulted In
: foui??---ii peraona, two of ? hom
aubfli pientl; lled, forty-one othera elvlng alight
The Board Ii >f l ?? oplnlon thal ; he : ich of
or linaiy < .11 ? ?>'. I ? thi paii of l'. Jen
- i ? . Ki ? ? " ? 8. on the Sea
and 8i t Kn H ?? ? ' tnlier 2, waa t'"
dlrei : ? at Raj Rldge and ln
diri ? i caum i '.? iKialon .ii W'o lla a n ot
d n . The Roai d recon menda thal a
from th.uthbound to the northbound track, wlth
? ; it ln thi track, at oi n ar tbe
btidge i -in? thi Manhattan Reaeh tracka to en
able the "helper" awltehlnt
m?M n.' n .-i
of whli h wlll then be i ontroll i by lignala u
polnt. and bj a ? <?: ? n al ai>proaehlnR
ha) Rl Igi atation
The Ro trd alao n on i tl all tralni i I -
? more, when awil l bi noi th to the
I to i'o into the Ra) Rldge depol
ahed by gravlty, ahal! have a man on earn end of
the traln for algnalllDg and braklt g purpoaea
TBE unisixiA TRVST sii ill MIM.
Ti:i:MS OF THK ?.''.':!; Mi:\v HKACHBO AN
KOL'K BTJ in rHICAOO
<?!,:?? ig ?, i >??'. i Thi of tbe WhUki >
lea, aa announced late thla eventng, la aa
folloa Kd in.( tha n irganhutlon plan ln
full ai: 1 Inktallatlon of tbe Amerlcan Bplrlti M
rlng Comnany ai auc.r; depoaltlng I
,,f , n tlflcatea now conti ?? i by the On n
hut-Morrla . th the h ildera
of the rn.ij'.i Ity Inl .,..., i, ,:. I
11 ?? doll .i. -.\i:i drawal of all
pendlng luita, Inclu lln i thi i tlgal ? a bi t ire Judga
i: kman In the New-Yorli courta attacklng the
? -?? by the reorgantxatlon ? immlttee, th aulti
for Ih "i damagei under cattle-feedlng
contracta bj Sel on Moi i . and I itlon of
lltlaatlon tn attemnl the recovarj of ili-tlllliiK planti
by indl llera
Ths matter la eapected lo come up before Judge
Oi .- ic ip to in .i ??? ?
< - /./ I l/> / ) /?/. II ?/??///.It l.MI Ut
, ? I .mi...- book on gppU.
catlon \merl an Wrltlna afacblne Company, l.1
Lil'uudMay tCOHiei i'aik Pla O. AJtU
BANBLAZINGINTOTHEHALL
A FATAL FIRE CA1 BED BT A POT8 BOHr
isa OVER.
IIRB. t'.lii.s BODT V.ws HOBRIBLY BURNED, AND
HER iNYAUi' MOTHER M IN * BERIOUi OOM
IdTh-v TBOt'OR ' BIPPLBO, THB OLD
WOMAM HERDICALLT IAVED
REB <!It\M" -ITIt.I>
Mra Ltaale Erb, the yowig erlfe of a tim*
keeper on th- Broadway Cable Road, waa
bumed t.. death; her bed-rldden mother was
badlj acorched. and the blg flve-etory tenament
houae Na MM 11 nry-st.. in whlch they llve,
nanrowly eacapcd being wrecked early laal
nlcht Th? accldenl waa catwed l>y the boillng
over of ? j'"t.
Mra. Erb, her huaband, who Ia a aon of Cap
taln Oaorga Krt>. of the pllotboal Havemeyer:
their two children?one ihrea yeara old, Vlney,
and tl.th. r an Infant, and Mrs. Erb'a tfidow
ed aiater, Mrs Abaarn, and her mother, Mrs.
Ifary VFefnhelmer, occRpy flve amall rooma <>n
th. aecoad Boor "f the tenement-houae. It had
been waahlns day wlth the famlly yeaterday,
nn.i at fi o'clock in the evr-nlng afra. Ahearn
went <>ut ln the r-ar of th- tenem-nt to hang
ottt the wet olothes, leavlng Mrs. Erb huay pre
i.arlng aupper ln the kltshen and the older ehtld
playlng near her. wblle the baby alept wlth hla
bed-rldden grandmother !n th- nexl room. a
pan of wat-r. ln whlch a harn waa belng bollea,
?tood ..n th.- atove, th- alde da r of whlch was
open. Buddenly the water In th- pan boll d
over Into the atove, and through the "i" n alde
door the llve coala were aent flylng to every
alde of-the Utehen.
in a moment Mra. Erb'aelothlng was aii ablaae
Bhe trled to ehake i ut th- flamea, bul falled, and,
I wlth patn and terror, at length ruahed
Int" the nexl r i m, ln whlch old Mrs. Welnhelmer
and the bab) wen lylng, and threw heraelf on
th- bed bealde them, trylng to roll th- blanketa
an 1 coverlld ai iund her t> amother the Bamea
Bh< -1-1 nol acream, although the flre had crept
Into her halr. and was burnlng her face t.. a
crlap Th- children and the bed-rldden woman
ahrleked at the top "f thelr v dcea Mrs. Weln?
helmer attempted in valn to tear off her da -
t-r'R burnlng clothea, bul ahe only aucceedlng in
burnlng her own handa an I I al length.
aa th- flamea crepl aroun ' her, waa c unpelled
r - crawl away. carrylng the baby and ahriektng
f,.r aaalatance
Thelr crlea In the mean tlme had been heard by
two ol the tenanta, Mr-.. Bmma Murk, who was
...i her way downatalra, and John Graham, wh - at
the tlme waj on hla way upatalra wlth a acuttle
al Mrs Murk Inf rmed Mra Ahearn, who
was stii! outalde tbe houae, thal aomel ilng waa
? ? ln her slst-rV rooma Mr. Oraha ... dr? p
plng hla burden, ruahed Into the Erba' kltcher
.? he could do anythlng. however, Mra Erb
laahed paal him. ? maaa of Bamea, and ran to a
>i.-,k ln the hallway. He was bllged t - trlp her
up and throw her on the tl- u before he could i>ull
tl.lotblngfrom her body. Hl bai la were bad
i> barned
Thr.t four nelghbora then ran f-r a phyal
daa One turned In i Rre-alarm and thret en
glnea rattled up and the Bremen extlngulahed
the blaalng bed and rarpel In the tenement. One
of the other neighb ira returned wlth Dr. Vander
bllt, wh. Ilvea nearby, and a thlrd gol a pollce
man to aend In a burry ambulan - eall t..
Oouverneur Hoapltal, whlch broughl l>r. Cronk
tO the i;
Mrs Krt. waa c nveyed to the ambulance and
taken to the hoapltal. Her caee waa hopeleaa,
however, and ahe dled a ahort tlme aftei admlt
Her h idy waa frlghtfully barned. Her
mother, whoae lnflrmlti-s unfltted her t endure
- ?!- llke that ahe had wltneaai :. remalneJ
at home an ' ! In a aerl -n^ r nrtltlon.
The ? hlldraw eeeaped i nwhi . I ? baby through
the berobnn of the crl] pled grandmother.
VEATB Of TBE MOLLER TITIXS.
THET BAB UVED OVEB BEVEX MONTHfl AXB
|,|l.|i UITHIN A ri:w HOl'Rg OF EACB OTHEIL
a gloom haa been caal ovei the hon of Mr and
Mr-- Elnar Btern Moller, of N- 123A Fooper-at.,
Brosklyn, bj the death of thelr iwln children, Elaa
Pau'.ine and Marguetite Roae, aeven mont!
two .daya old. The llttle onea dled wtthli
. , h other on M m Ia) from i
l.,,-! nlahl the bodlea of the llttle one* lay ,
H|,|e in the parl u In la i whlte-co\ r< ! eol Ins. I he
funeral wlll lake place thli mornlng and burtal wtll
be ln Luthcran Ci metery
TBREATEXKD TO BASQ A JURTMAX.
\ UOIIT REMARX IJi THB Dl ItU.V-'. rASE TO BB
Pl>ri8HED THB ROLL CALL IX THE CUA88.
Sl,. Franekwe Oct. I. Thla waa an Inten
.;,.. .? tbe Durranl . aae. \ thr at to hang a |ury
man was broughl to the Courfa attentlon. There
was a r.v-laii-n as to where Bome ol the fu
]u,,-r.i:A-< defenci [
won a algnal vlctory on the polnt of Impeachmenl
,,r the ro!l eall ai the i dlege on the afternoon of
Aprll 1 by Inferen
.\< a n lult of the thn tl ag tl at the Jmy. n J.
\t roy. aecreunr of tho v. M. C A., wlll be clted
for contempl of couri Thuraday On rhuraday
iaBi he entered a streetcar In arhl ?'- Jurura Tru
man and Crocker were rldlng. McCoy aal i to Ir.i
man; "If you don'l hang hlm, w* wlll hang y.
Tn.> defei. provi I bi four wltneaaei thla morn
Ina that Adolph Oppenhelm. tha pawnbroker who
aaya that Uurrant trted to aell hlm one
fimonfa rlnga. Ia nol Infalllbl. ax m Identll
wltnean Two ... theee wltneaaea were fpreed to
admli thal they were membera of Durrant a
corpa. and thal they oaatrlbuted to the fund for
The propoaltlon of admlttlng Inferentlal teatl
mony to ahow the unrellablllty of the rollcall al
,-.?,|,..- CoKege lacturea haa been ln al
,,.,!.. tlme bul was brought up ?'-' probably llnallj
nettled to-day. The proaecutlon hai
ahow thai II was cuatomary for atudenta i i anawer
the rol ill for abaenteea, and haa wl iieaeen aho
., .,? tlmea have anawere I for Durrant, .<il
? ,. h< aaked to anawei It la prol abl<
that the proaecutlon wlll bar* to pui on the
enty-four studenta of Durrant? claea and endeavor
to nnd a ho anawere I for hlm
Xhe dafence followed up lt< altl>! on Oppenhelm*
leatlmony by nhowlng that on Aprll t, aoon after
ii ,,?, ],, -i, : i rani wai ai :h- i. ? k r. hni -..;
gchool two mllea from opp-nh-im's atore.
V/.'./A/' TO DE8TS0T A lAMUV.
THB M' XHALL COl'KTRT BEAT, XEAR FITTOB1 RQ,
Bl'RXED BT IXCEXDIARIEfl
pittaburg Od I The Munh ill mi naton,
,,, | ,, Upi, i b) J. hn Mnnhall. a c m\ ?'?? iler, n u
Homratead, a . i burned to the nr--u.il earlj this
mornlng b) a Bra of Incendlar) ortgln The damagi
la aboul 80,000, fully Inaure I. D imon Ii
. | .,th.fr peraonal i ffe ?- pl Mr. Munhalf i
famllj to the valua of COOO wi re j Th
. one of th-: moal plcturt -r- eountr)
Kh( in Founty. Thero la evldi
. .. t.j de*tr >) th* Mur.h.iii famll)
, r ??!?. an i ha :
mich i >adway thal th. members of the famll]
I, ? ,x,..| ii,. ii ||vtj bi i i ihlng from the burn ng
.,.,:,., | ?:,. ? nlghtclathea. Laal nlghl waa the
f.,,. uj expei ?? I ... n up tl ? houat
I, tvlng b? ? .. I-?-. i ' ? n leul
Aehwab of the Carnegle Bte?-I Compani Th- Mun
, :. pai kap ... i "ii th ?
firai floor, Intendlng lo nnot l ? B i i I'lti
to-day. ?~;''-; ? irkera from th? Homeatead mlll
hurrled to the acane and aaved all the gaodi on th
Drai tl ... v ?: i ightt r. thli teen yeari ol I, h-ir t
f, itati pi in th- an n ".ip|. i room a ihorl tlme i> -f-r
thi ti in,- - '.n- re dlacovered.
-? ?
A PROHJBITIOK PAPEM'8 LCDICBOCA VI8TAKE.
Pouehkeepele, N v < "t l iBpe. utl) 'Th?
Bcarch Llght," a Ptohlbltlon paper, laaued an lliua
ti;,t,.! edltlon laal week lt waa Intended to boom
thi head of the tlcket, Wlllbtm W, Bmlth, candldate
foi Becretarj ',f Btate, and conaplcuoua al the i,- td
,,: .,,,. ,.r the columni waa ? notlee .,f the W \\.
.^.nitii Pampalgn Club. Al leaat, thal la whal II
v.,,~ Intended lo be, bul when lh? papera were
prlnted '.t waa found, to the horroi ... all r-oncerm I,
tti it it bore In blg le tera the woi Ii MW W Bmlth
Champagne Club. The wh,,,.Iltlon of 7.0001 ?pl ?
waa burned an-l a freeh lot prlnted .v:th the proper
< aptlon
nif) Wlll u>T tTOr ini: iii.nr.
i.i.iiNviii.-. i i-t. i The Mayor, c .. f of ,
and memben ?f th>- ii,,.rd of Bafet] aay thal they
. mnoi int?.rfere wlth ihe Orlflln-Murphji tiL-ht. in
aplte ef (/ovemor Brown'i pr.imatloa, -? ? II
,i,..r< n.,t eogaa under tha laa The) ?a> thal a
prlae'gghl la h iish; for -i puraa agd ttmt Murphy
... d to spai Tn< re la no pruba
biim ui laterferenca bi tne l-eal auihontioa.
MET VEATH ON THE TRACK.
T\V.? FATAL CROSilNCi AC^IDENTl IN
NKW-JKKSKV.
A WOMAN ani. HE* NIECS KILLBD bTBAI MOM?
MOl'TH JL'NCTKHj AND a PR8BBTTBRIAM
MINufTBR AT RirTHBBFORD.
Ifi Clara Buckalew, nfty-flve yenrs old,
and Mlaa Orlgga her nlece, atrentaen yeara
old, of kfonmouth Junetloo, were atruok and ,
Inatantly kllled al I " m. yeaterday, whlle |
croaalng the tracka of the Pennaylvanla Rall*
road at the road from afonmouth Junction to
D ton, X J. The two women had rtddan otot
to Dayton In ? carrtage, and ll wan on thelr
home that the a<-( idenl happaned
The bodlea were fcarfulty mutllated. Th<>
horae eacaped wlthoul Injury, aa tbe locomotlTa
btruck the carrtage. The nocldent seema to :
have been due to the caralaea drtvtng of the
women.
The Rev B. v Lum, i Preabytarlan relnhtter,
Hvlng at Kast Rutherford, was Inatantly klll-d
nt t; p. m. yeaterday, t>> th? expreaa traln on
the Erte Rallway. at Rutherford Mr Lum
had Just r.Ived a letter at the poatofBca and <
l,r> croaaed the aquare to th.- rallroad atatlon
and atarted to go over the track* Belng ex
tremely deaf He falled to hwir the approach
Ing traln and wa? struck and hla body waa J
hurled a hundred feet j
The apparent reckleaaneaa of the ?>-t auggest
ed gulclde imtu Mr. Lum'a deafneaa waa re
called. Th.- traln waa atopped r.nd the body
carefully eovered whlle ? fti-nd went tu ln- j
form hla wlfe of hla death.
.Mr. Lum an<l hla Wlfe had jlved for BOme tlme
in Baal Rutherford. In a day or two, it waa
aald. be waa Koing- to Bouth Jeraey to occupy
a pulplt there. ili* laal charga waa at Ifay'a
Landlng where he bullt up a rtgoroua church.
IEAPED TO E8CAPM TIIF WLAME8.
FOLTMAN v. as BADLY BURNaTO AND PBOBABLT
PATALX.Y t.\MKi:i> BY His KAI.I-.
LouIb Foltman, a dyer, waa probably fat3lly In
Jured yeaterday afternoon by an pxploMton of ben
alne. After betng bumed aevarely about tha faoa
and banda he aought eecape from the Bamea by
Jumplng lnto the yard. The Brc WU at XO Ul
Weal Thlrty-alxth-at, where there la a four-atorj
rear atructure. On the top of thls bulldlng la the
. ibllahment of the Metropotttaa Dyeiag -Com
pany. Foltman waa emptoyed thero at l o'Hock
.1 when tWO harrela of beoaUM
Three dyera were ln th- room at the
tlme When the Bral barrel Ignlted. Foltman, who
??man. Uied to huri the barrel througb
the window. The exploalot) then ?*?^5dj?Ild1
Foltman waa hurled igalnet the wall. The flamea
apread around h'.m and burned hlm aevereiy.
I-.,,. . ther !??'? i workmen had by thta tim. made
thelr ?- ipi to the atreet Foltman'a retreal waa
,. 0ff. fhe only chance for hlm *{;??? \r"
flamea was to leap from the window. Thla he aia.
Ft ,:n the courtyard below he waa plcked up wlth
hla akull fractured and both \<-<m brofcen. He waa
removed to New-York Hoapltal, where, It la aald,
he wlll probabl) dle. , , ,
The maln floor of the buUdlng la occupledi byJ.
, ... wh- keepa a boardlng-houae. pe nra
rauaed conelderable excltement among h:a boarl
era but none of them were burt
"hataln'B loaa la not heavy. The flamea alao
.. carpenter ahop of Oeorge Pat
laaement Hla plaee waa damaged
,,"?,?.? ,.x,.. ? ti.ooo. The bulldlng, whlch li
owned bi Thomaa F. Ooldlng, of Graveaend, Long
i-i.,,,i waa rlamaged about ft.OPO. The kwe to the
dvelng eetabMBbment waa 13.000.
Voltman la thlrty yeara old and ttrea at No. 610
Eaat Nlnth-at._^_|
III,l. DEAD IN TBE 8BEEMAX IWCSE.
AN IfNKNOWN WOMAN DIBB SfPi'KN'LV AFTKH
ENTERtNO rHB HOTKL DIN1NO-ROOM.
,\ Bood-looklng wonfan about thlrty-flve yeara old,
wearing a blue flannal dreaa btaefc atraw hat.
trlmm d wlth red Bowen, and yellow cotton glovea,
room of th.> Sherman Hotel,
? K.i^t Fortj aecond-at, yeaterday afternoon
and took a Beat When tha aralter approacbed her
ihe aald ahe waa elck and would
? . resl a whlle, The man? turned, and as he dld
, . and wlth a Blljht mi aaj fell
..., the Boor of the reauurant The phyalclan
, aun ned aald death waa due to apoplcxy.
Xo one In the hotel or ln the nelghborhood knew
the woman, and her body waa removed to the Ki^:
Thlrtv-nfth '? : " w ':''r transferred to
tl,.. MorKue T.ne only thlnga found ln tbe atrang ra
hai Iki r hief wlthout Inltlale, a
tbook conta nlng 71 eenu and apaperon whlch
, ,;. ..; -A Bernard, No. 41 Broad
H ,tei, Long Branch." The dlrectory
., ,', ,,, K|ve the name ol any H--rnard Itving or
bualneaa ai that addreaa Th.- woman looked
able. _ ^ _
.1 Tllli: lyTO TBE BABQAtKt
N>: iTALIAN Dt'KE DES1REH TO TRADB HIH
DOMAIN FOR AMERICAN CA8H.
Ban Franclaco, Oct. I (Bpeclal).- One of the most
tjn, ,,.,! estate tranaa tlona ever attempted
. |b that now in the banda of
0l who is trylng to negotlate the
. .. ,,,- a large Itallan eaUte whlch carrlea
of duke. Bbarb >ro haa i.n al Ic I
ln thi prellmlnary negotlatlona by Oeneral W. ll.
i? Barnea, i ho has au.I' I It la aald, In Intef
Francifl 'i Newlanda In the tranaaetlon.
While Congreaaman Mewlanda >-.\.t>-' nothlng aboul
lhe tltle of duke. II la t^aid th.it he wlll utake a
carefu! atud) of the eatate whlle on bla Buropean
,,,,,,-. the eatate, however, It la aald, has a -
offered to the Vanderbllta to Mr. RoekefeUer,
to W'altea Hobarl and to Jamea Qordon Bennett,
.,.. la much local Intereat In the Bnal reault
of the d. al. whli b has long been under way.
0f ?!,. .ii Dukee of an arlatocratlc i
!?? lia.>. nol tar from the balllwlck of the
liik- of Tuacanv, la th fallen hero who la w.:ah<
? . , glory of a tltle for the cotn of Al
? tl eatate agent'a proapectua la pi im -
,,,.? |. deacrlbaa the eatate a; c inatatlng o tine
roya \ lurnlahed; of sp'.endld outbulldln>!a,
here la plentj ol
',:,,, Includlng deer. Owlng to Ita posRIon
Ii ,,,,,,i i? ? irti. i lnto a health reaort. and ihere la
?i lake where a'.l klndi of go'.den Bah BWlm. Bevera.
?ocal ,,, ; ,,: tirea ar. aald to have tx n gr it.y m
. i in the outlook, i" tauae, In addltlon t."> th-'
ir. ,,. ,;?. title, the deacrlptlon aaya: "There are
atroiig waterfalla, whlch could b utl.la I for ea
tablanlna factorlea or paper mllla." The totai coat
of h" area offen l will be about |1.000.0?. ind to
... ,he -I.- the owner allowa paymenti on
? ilmenl p an v.ith reaaonable ln ?
TWO IEADISQ FAMILIBS BEOKES UP.
PIVORCE BFITH WHICH CAf?E A BBNUATtON IN
MEMPHM AND LEXINOTOS
Memphla, Tenn., Ocl l. Th
iktng up of tw i of the leadtng ???
.. ic, thoBe of I'r. .1 ""rank Bdgai and
,. |; pavMaon, la nou raglng In thla dty. Both
- are among the beal ln Kentucky. Edjar
I ,.,, p . the attach
. .. ,, n them led the
and Mi- Davlda* n to I r reapectlve faml
? . . They Bral w< nt to < tklahoma, i-it lefl
iry When the aurroun I -- una uncom
fortable.
A montta ago they came to thla dty and ? . h
,,?., , ,..??:,.:, for dlvorce Bdgar alleg i undei
oath thal he had llved bere ror two yeara and thal
bla wlfe had abaadoned hlm for thal perlod. kli
,,1V , ?, aiieged cruel and Inhuman treatm nt
i ni.r arrangement wlth Bdgar the aummona In
her aull waa aerved on hlm aa defeadant Davl
the complalnant accompanylng the offlcer In bla
for hlm. He wa found and the paper
. . . ? , ,ng *on. h he ? ta paaa
\,1 i.l rearranged plan I'ubllcatlon of th.
.,.,? puaaled hlm Comlng to tnia city ne
.. i the nei'eaBary Informatlon, Lommunli ited
I, lo the two famlllea ln Lextngton, and the de
'"kx-'ni !\'oi .i" H 'I' Ua'vldaon, of Lextngton, broth
ar-ln-lan of ihe aoman, arrlved thla afternoon.
and wdi puah the proaecutlon pt Dr. Edgar on the
"ha, .? oi perjury. Mr.-^ Davldaon. who ?.t.- prlor
,,, I,,', man aga Mlaa Anna CTalg, of Kanaaa <'!ty,
? ii be permltted to ratum to her famlly In K-innaa
^;l> -?
Ftrat-i laaa ln every reepeel The Crawford utmr,
though boW at aj.et, K.00 a-id even H."?>. has atyle,
comfort and good iooka BOBBhUMd and wars well.?
AlvU * J
HOPEFUL OF FU8ION YKT.
ANOTMER OOMafTTTEE Of SKVKN'TY MAf
BI PORMED.
IN si-iTE OF THt: ACTJOM OF THI BOOB OOTRgaf
Mr.NT ri.NYKNTi.'.v. THB BRFORM LaVUMBBI
mUi NO* OtVB I'l' Tlir.i.'t BFFOBjTg KOR
DinON- yikv.s OF DR PABKHDBBT,
C. S. gMTTH, Mlt DBFEW AND
OTHRRa ATTlTi'i IB OF
THB RBPUBUCABB
Up to a late hour laat t.ight no deflnlte plaR
had been ptrfected rcgardlag the pollcy to be
puraued i>y the organiaatlona whleh laat yar
j..)P-d handa and aceompllehed th- defeat of
Tammany HalL The general laapraaalofl am-n?
polltlctana was. however, that th- haaty actlon
of tha Oooi Oovernnaenl Club Coonty Convea
tloa on Monday night ln putting ap ? tiok-t of
ita own had nol reaulud ln praventlng a union
ticket. in whlch th- other bodeee lepreeented
taal year may Join. it w ta freqnently ;<aUi yea
terday that Fuch g Ucket, aaada Bp of Bnexcec*
tionabte randtdatea, would probably receave the
rotea <>t ? k<>.?\ majorltjr of the Oooi OoearB*
ment club m-nti.ers themaetvea
Th*? apeedy fomtatlon of afiOtnef < .>mmlttce
of Beventy la Ukely to be oao rasBlt of tha
actlon of th- conventl >m ?n hfonday night.
Men who were promlnent in the foraaalloa of
last jear's Commlttee of Beventy, as a meana
of unltlng the organiaatlona oppoaad to Thav
many, bava bei n apurred to actlon i>v tha n..mi
natlun of a ti.k-t vYhlch tbe] betteve wlll not
tecetve the ?nppon of raore than ? few thou
aand <?( the cltlaena Intereated ln the eaBBM of
munlelpal reform. (?ne of theae men ls thi
lit-v I?r t'harle.s H. I'arkhurst, and about the
flrst thlng he dld yeaterday aaorntng after raad
ing the report of tbe coaventloo of tha Qoad
Oovernment Cluba waa I nd tha fdiuwing
teleKram to Charlea Btewart Smlth:
Our only chance ls to hold ? maaa-meetlng and
cr-ate n new Commlttee "f 8 yenty. La*l r.tKhi'a
Inccnalderata and Inhennonloua ac-tlon t-unnot but
fall daad.
To newapaper men, later, Dr. pBrkhwal maew
thla staie-ment:
The tlme for actlon I* certainly llmlted, but some
tlin-s gn enterprlae matured promptly and puahed
vigoroualy wlll come cloeer to the popular heart
and tell iipon tha'. heart wlth more effect thaa -i
move that la launched aith mor< ol dellberata
flneaaa. There are only two alternatlvea at prae>
ent?fualon or defeat. Bome body of men ln whnm
th- cotnmunlty haa confldence nr:s? take up tho
w.irk of fuslon In whl< h th- Qood Oovernment f'luha
hav? falled. It la wlth that Intentlon that i bave
auggeated to Mr. Smlth a new Commltti - of S-venty.
MR. BMITH'fl BUOOEgTIONB <
Pharles Btewart Smith. wh . led th ? m vemont h?
form last year'a C immitt.r Sevt nty, and was
the chalrman vt Ita Exe utlve Commlttee, aald
yeaterday: i
There ls nnth'.r.g to dto now bul to draw the llne
between Tammany and anii-Tammany Minor dif
ferences mnat be put ,a-dd- and all our energies
ht-nt to defeat our old tnemy. < tur only ehan-e of
- icceaa r.-nts ln a fualon of all th- antl-Tammany
elementa. In my Judgment. the i; i'^r.y
ahould at th.ir next conventlon, aoon t i be held,
do what thev did last year- appolnl a Commlttee
of Conferen.* and adjourn. I am c mfldenl th..t
the rood Democrata ui thla clty wlll meel the R#.
publleana In a proper splrlt. Wlth reference to tho
exclae QU-*etlon, It N my opinion thi. we ahould
meet It by a dlstlnet declaration that the majorltjr
muat povern ln tho declalon <.f this qu-.-tion ln thia
clty. 1 ahould favor votlng by Aaaembly dlstrl-ts,
and let the Yoters of eaih dlatrlcl d d ? wnether
they wlll have llipjor saloona onen on Sundiva or
not. That plan would, ln my Judgment, aatlafy the
(Jerman element, who are certainly entltled to con?
?Ideratlon.
A PITIABLE PBRPORMANCE.
Concerning the actlon of the Qood Governmenl
cluba' ,'onventlon ia.~t gigbt, I .'?n only say that It
ls very mueh to be regrettad?ln fact, ic la pltlable.
Bul It emi.haslzrs the Becooflty for a uni-n of all
the men who are oppoeod tO Tammany Hall, and I
am v-ry much ln hope that thelr praclpltata a, tion
wlll cieate a atrong publli aentlm#nl in favor of a
fuslon ttcket Indeed, I am Incllned to th nk from
whal i have heard that this la already the ,.,-..
and that certaln men wl.o have favored a tin'.on
ticket oppoaed tO Tammany Hall. as th-y did laat
v.-ar. have been already atlmulated in that dlrec
tlon h\- the unfortunata actlon of our Qood Oov?
ernment frlenda laal nUht. I think it qulta poa
alble thal the propoeed union ticket in opposltion
to Tammany can be hrou^ht aboui wlthoul a pub
llc meetlng Bul ahould the occaaion anse forauch
autborlty, we muat agaln appeal in thal way to
. iple and they wiu no doubt nus.ain ui .j
.h.s- dld before. when, however, h uni-n ttckai
is agreed upon, it w.ll be neceaaary to submit u
to a publlc meetlng for ratlftcatlon, whioh wouM
no doubl be done. And this for the momenl u my
anawer to Dr. Parkhurat'a sii?<e*tion. At ?ui-h a
meetlng a repreaentative?ampaign commlttee wouM
have to be appolnted, to aci aa the Commltt a of
Beventy dld last year.
OPINION OF Mlt. DEPEW.
wh-n Cbauncey M. Depew ^Ya? aaked for an
opinion of the aotioti of be Qood Oovernment
ciuiis, nt* aald:
They were haaty and In error. The true laaaa
of the campatgn is to overthrow Tammany and
perpetuate the .-form movemeni alreadj begun ln
Nen Yoi-'k under auch auaplclou* cli imata
The Qood Oovernmenl cluba h. - ? tutaide
thelr provlnce ind made an err r whl .1 la Ukely
to cauae ? great deal of troub!e.
The duttea <>.' an organlaatlon of Qood Oovern?
menl cluba an well II Ue? wlthln thtlr
provlnce to malntaln a aolld .-.nd formldable organ
Izatlon whlch wlll be a menace to both partlea, and
t.. a warnlng thnt If corrupi and , ompeteol men
are nomlnated the cluba wlll nol rupporc thena, It
ls th.-:r duty to waii until 'h- ti.-k--ts are nomlnated
and then Indorae the beei ticket, ?r plck the beai
men from both tlcketa and lem. Hut lf
both tlcketa ahould ba ao hopeleaaly corrupi that
the <',?>.(?! Oovernmenl clubi cannoi conalatently
aupport aither One, then it remalna for the cluba
to form an alUance wlth Independenl cltlaena and
run a t,-kut of th-it own ii ;? etl n.
Tha actl w of the cluba In 11 >m natlng a tvket
before anythtng hal been done bj the old parti-a
la premature and lll-advlaed !'?> thla actlon they
place themeelvea in a poaltion where t!.<y muat
atand up and be eounted. Thia m? ini aboul aevea
- md all toid. That is not a greal number 111
? tion, By inelr actlon they have taken the
-.. and tl leaal compllcjied, lf not entlrely
1,1,1, k-i. all attemp'ta to "gei together" and preeent
a atrong from to th.mmon en m>.
l am. at, 1 alwaia hav been, for a unlon ri-ke..
aTi'.s is manlfeatly the road for th- Republtcan
party to trav 1 The actlon of the ?; od <;? vernment
cluba laal nicnt w is a mlatake and moal unwlee, ln
?? the dlfftcultlee thit alreadj -Tort
to harmonlae all antl-Tamma I - i':.. Qood
Oov-rnmenl Club youna men. m a-j ..-.. 1 4 t, tak.?
i p tbe mantle of the Commlttee of Beventy, wi l not
e immend themeelvea to the gool graiv-i of thlnklng
mi n
Mr. Depew, ln apeaklt-g of the dlapal h s.-nt by
Dr, Parkhural to Charlea Btewart Bmlth auggaae>
Ing the holdlng of a maaa-meeting aad tha eranga
mK ? ' another Commltti - of Beventy, aal 1
At tlrst Muah thal prop - tl would aeem feanl.
l.le and valuabie Buch a aummona to influentlal
? | nd unaelAah cltlaena would do much
dr the lamag wroughl bj thi head'.ong i-r-'
cipltanc) of > ith If thei w? ? tlme f<>r th-m p>
act. It la here tl " oul ! be -
tered. It tak 1 n iboul .1 auf
Bc enlly Imi to authorbM .he
of auch a commltt* ? and i ? tha
miti - to meel oraania ind formulate a pla '
en thal ?.?u! 1 m">*t
?, . >va! Party will
me >t thla week nd ni w The tlcketa mui ? 11
? at I iya withln the
? ?. ? 1 ? 1 this doea n >t. In ? n, aa I
?? ? the altuatlon now. afforl the t:m- neceaaary for
? i \ acl
\ MMTAKE, BATB THB MATOR.
Mayor Btrong aald when aakad for his opin
lon yeaterday:
"The actlon of theae yonng naen waa a tnia
take, and is t,> i>- rewretteo. 1 am afrald ihat
the tvsuit wiu nol prove favorable to th- araaV
belng ?>f tha clubs."
Regardtng th ? propoaltlon t-> reorcanlae the
Commlttee ..f Beventy, the Mayor aald: "i nm
afraid it comea too late."
Corporatlon Coanael s,-wit. wh.. fBvora n un
i.ui ticket of the Republlcana, Btate Daaae^eraaT
:.nd other Antl-Tammany orgMUaatkgaa, aaid
yeaterdA] "Tha aotloa <>t tha majorltjr in that
conventlon, thoush 1 hav- n.> douM II araa from
boaeal motlvea, was tha aaal thm*,' thag .-.-uid
flo (,. eted tu- Taaamany ifaii tlefcet. 1 <ion"t
kn..w what wlll 1>- the eBecl "ti th a looal nght.
The state DenMcracy bIH ?x Uw teta (or ita
oounty oonventloa to-nhjht By tha tixaa Um
conventl.naatg tkara aaay be twFawpgaaats.'1
Judge wuiiani Tiavare Jeroaae aald thal he
was stt 1 oinfldrnt thai h aadoa Hckat wouM
1>< n,.mlnatid and ,-l.-.t d. "I hav- ttO Ao?bLM
he udde.l. "that al' the Retitl-tn. 11 wl>.> w-re
l a^*M.'r..'?^,I !>-' tha .:??.?.'? OmmmimmmmmM etuli *uo

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