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PXANOS New Atfistir StfflAm iu Jfnrr Faticit IVoods, Alao One aasorlmcnt of fttlulitly ward KXAHK lirniiila. IprlKbln unit >>?innrri?. fully awa?r riinted. nl it lil.eral rrtlucllon from orlalnnl |trlci>. nnd weeoml-hnnil nl?n?" *,f 0*h??,' BBaVttea nt nll itrlrra, for enah or 011 inonthly iiialnlliueii (?>. 148 Fifth Avenae. BE8ULT OF THE PKIMARIES. WHAT THK MACHINK LEADERS CLAIM. no Dornr that if tiikih: BAD hi:i:n an HOBBST EXK01.MBNT AND A 1AIU COl'N T. Wl OVTODMB WOULD HAVB BSSBN VASTLT DlKI'KKKNl. Aa ihe smoke of Tucsday night's battle at the i; pubtican primn-.ea begbta to elear away it is .-? .1 that the Plelt-Lauterbach triumph was by ;:o meann aa comp'.ete an thc mtnions of thc ring havo ehUaaed. Few doubi the corractneaa of the as aarUOB 11 th.- Antl-Maehtne Kiders that, lf thrre had been an boneat enrolment and a fair primary. th-. machine would have been lieaten in a majority of th Aaoembly dbrtrtcta. To he r< i to the Couaty Conunrttei as a member ani Bdward LaaUrbaach wlll agaln kava to -. OUtaMa of his own dlatrtcl for an elcction. as the xxixth Aaaeatbty Dietrict, where he Uvee, baa choaea a majority'ot Antl-Machlne eelegatea Qaarantiae Ci mmlealoner B. .!. Pabner, who baa Btaa aaa of the aaoei aaadoaa parUaaaa of the mnchlne, roch down la the same wrcck, Whlle Ckarlee a. Benian, anotber Laaterbach ? and a member of thc Committee of Organlaatlon, l...-t both his electioa duitrict anl his Aaaembly , th.- XXXVth. The Aaaembly Dlatrlct conventtona, composcd of t)-.,.- dalegai i ? ted laal Tueaday evenlng, wflj nseel aenl Tueaday evenlng io eioct ;h.> it] mem -, a>ho are to ho Republlcan County imlttee for .v Wilhain Brook ? ! i ln apeaking of the next Coun ty Cobatnltt' ?. ? .i :?-. ater lay: "The man who lakea bla aeal on euch a vote aa | wa caal m many Aaaemblj dlatrlcta on Taeaday ; iv< been falrly elccted. This fighl haa onty beKur." Mr. Jircokti.il added, aigaiflcant Iy. "We aVanl a f.ur earohnant, and then if we are i beat. i ar* ? I -:-?? ln. Wa Ju m.t conalder our- ! .-.. - tten Doa ( rncllua N. BJJaa arrlved at kbi offlce lata yea> terday afternoon, bavlng apeat thice daya at Waahlngton, and he eaJd ha knea BOthlng about auli of ;?? ? Bepubll an pr.martaa in thia city > ? he ha i read In the newapapera He I waa eager foi more Infomaation, he. ?aid. but he expecti i thal the Flatt-Lauterbach RepubUcana | would have control of the next County Comm.ttoe. | H had nothlng to aay aboai tha report that a \ Chicago Bpellbmder al Waahlngton had mentioned : . Mr. I'.'itt :.s a poaaible candidate for tbe i acy. Beporta recelved yeaterday at the Patriotic ft< publlcan Club, Na M KkuM Beventy-elgbtb-at., indi tbat thi Ratt-Lauterbach RepubUcana, under the kaderahip of John H. Qunner, had falled to carry a majority of tbe primariea ii. tba XXVIIIth Aaembiy Dbtti l on Tueaday evenlng. Benjambi Dppenhelmer, tbe preaident of the club, said to a Tribune reportei: There arere bitt-r eaateeta ia two-tblrda of tbe tb.riy-< - -ti dlatrlcta In tiie XXVIIIth As- | *-?-:nr i\ Dlatrlct. and ii vi i- neceaaary to have pollee- i I th< primariea, Juat aa on Ekvttou Day al tl a \ poilina-PUkot-a Bome of thi eiecilon -ii.-tr -t chalr learned late on Tueaday afternoon Ibat the naii.-s in thelr dlatrlcta bad heen i . and thal notlce of the change had been aenl only to Platl R publlcana ln the uTefricta. By Bvch meana many Antl-Mactalne RepubUcana wen prevented from votlng ut the primariea. Men who are weU-known Tammany workera aided the ma ch.ne RepubUcana al the primariea and In on" dis trict Thouiaa !?'. Tobln, :h>- preaent Tammany Aa aemblyman, worked op nlj tor tha Pbitt tick.-t In that dlatrlct. The Antl-Maehtne forcea nui only beld their own In dlatrlcta where they were allowed to have fair play. but they madr Inroada ov. th- ' machine forcea ln two eleciion listricts whl th i were oonakdered machine dlatrlcta, the Piau people were defeatcd by a majority of iwo voti ? iu ono distrlct and thtee votea in the other dlatrlct. The ! enroUlng omcera refuaed to glve credentlala to tbe men who ha-l been elected, however, and aald openly ibat they would "obey ordera" Ib a num ber ol el< tl-n diatrlcta RepubUcana who were r. ? ularly enro.led wen nol allowed to vote beoauae they were known to be agalnai machine methoda. j At preaent tbe returna of thc XXVIIIth Aaaembly Dlatrlct are Incomplete, and thc result ls ln doubt. There ls not the allgbteat doubt that lf tf:--r?- had ., laii em ilment, unl the primaries :..i-i been i -nducted falrly, the Antl-Machine Republlcani would have an overwhelmlug unjonty in Ihe dla? trlct. A member of the Patriotic Republlcan Club ?ald it was wc-11 underatopd b| the Reaublicans ta the diatrtct th.it the l'latt leadcrs would Bteal ail of the dlstricts la whl h tiiey had b< >-n defeated by a ilose mte. and in tbai way ibey would control the dlatrlct organlaatlon at the Aaaembly Dlatrlct Conventlon At ?.. j i marj arh h waa beM al No. 2'17 Tenth ave.. Oeorge D Knlght waa eJecti I chalrman of the ... :. n -. trlct organlaatlon, Inapector of electlon and delegate to the Aaaembly Dbttricl Conventlon. Two other men were eleoted taapeotora of eleciion and alao del l tho conventlon. Nlcholae Flah waa elected ireaaurer of the electlon dlatrlct or? ganlaatlon without his knowledge oi permlaalon. After a aharp - nt< i ln the Thirty-nfnth Electlon Di*trict of thi XXXVth Aaaembly l>istrl<-t, the primary onded in .. vote ot 7S out of li'J enrolied -. glvlng a majority o:' lt> to t!.-- BrookHeW j.-.. :. n, of whleb Frank E. Purdy w.is raselected cbairman, togetber with the full'tlcket. it was rai'i laal evenh | that Mr. lauterbach was alieady luokin^ around ior a distrlct t.> whlch he mlght temporarlly "carpet-bag" ao aa to he re elected a member of the County Commlttea H!s own dlatrlct, the XXIXtb, wiU send flve straicht c tl Anti-Macbln ? RepubUcana aa membera. II v.. reporti 1 that Mr. Lauuroach miulit a^ain betake t,:in-- :? :? ti ? balllwlck of Cornellus vaa i'ott. now the vtb Aaaembly Dlatrlct, m whlch he found ,in abldlng-place when Mr. Platl was ar ranging for hla . levatlon to tii< cbalrmanablp a year ago Anothi r report was thut r-.rt Warden J >hn 11. Ounner had l.n a-^k.-d to flnd quartera for Mr. Ijtuterbach in tbe XXVIIIth Aaaembly Distrlct and to elect hlm '"* of th.- three membera of the county fommittce from that dlatrlct. Mr. I.autcrbaeh mual And a dorni- of hla own distri'-t and s curg an electlon to the County Commlttee thtrefrom to become ellgfble for re-electlon as Platt's chalrman agaln. The mi :h ne ei umeratora ar Republlcan county healqui! ?: gave OUt -i Ptatrment last night .n dicatiny that of the 1M membera of ;he County Commlttee 92 would be of the Platt-Lauterbach SersuaHlon. whlle io would i-<- Antl-Macblrte Repub cana. They alao compiled a aerlea of iigurcs in : ? ? i bo conv.-y the Impreaaion that over 80,080 - were caal at Tueaday evenlng"a primar.-;. Well-poated polltlciana eetlmated the whole number of votes polled at the primariea at not over l".""1 The annexed taf-ie is belleved to show how the Assembly Dlatrlct Conventtona stand: MACHIBK. Asfernbly l>le Aaaawahty Det? Dlatrlcta. gatea. Distrlct*. g;-te-. ? t- .a Total .M AKTI-MACIIINE Aaseni.il> L'l tl. ?? Del gltl "? . ' ? .-ndl?f i .8j? ... a 2 .- :^? . 4 4 . :: :ti. 6 12 . :; :? . 4 ls _. :! 33 . 7 ?i . 8 . :? T ... .g| tl. Wh i> noaaber delegatea, ].:?_? PLATTORM OF A REPUBUCAN CLUB. The Loyal Republlcan C!ub, of Har'.em, recently organize-l la tbe XXXIVth Aaaembly D:.iirl<~t( lr> aeeking c> atreajgthen Ita ment-berahlp ii? oajecta are thua daacribi To incu.cate Republlcan prindplea: alvoeate and praoti?e honeJty, purity and ir, t.; . ln poJJ t'cs; atronathen ihe p^rty at.d a-h ? illcy ln Btafe and Natlonal UUUee; and adfl.re 10 tne spir'.t of the prorlfloaa of tbe new ?ute Constitut.ot, as they re ate to munldpal affair.*. To un.te as far as po*elble ail Republlcan* of ..ur dlatrlct wno are opposed to bosslim; thoae who are advocates of anl bV.leve n a gover/.rr.ent of the people. for tbe ;>o<j;:e nnd by t.ie pe > le ln furtherlr.f? th? objecta of the ciub, we demand that conferen..-e via.l suppltuit dictailon; that the volce oi the many ahall be heard and reapectel ind the <?? lers of boaeea be ignored: that polltical trick ery, l-v.ce and machinatlon sl-a'.'. be exposed and opp-)aed, and that tha reauit of an open, fair and Btratghtforward ccntent at any primary, conven? tlon or eiecttoa ahall he cheerful.y BMUUMCed ln; but that whea auch reauit is attalned by anv other th*n fair meane--w.ien factlonal dlfferencea are created to further selflih end* end peraonal intet o?e- then we re^ervo the rlsht to excrcU* our b> dep--t:dence aiii to Jecilne to fo'.low thoae who are gniity of the umjrpation of power. We demand further that ali pledgea be ioyailv adhernd to; and wa decrare that. r.nough temporary, or even permanetit, nlvnntage rr.ay be gained by a repullatlon of ante-electlon promlees, or a vtolatlon ->! the declaratlon of prlnclplea embodled ln the p.atform of the party. we have bereby bound our aelVea tojcCther with a .leterrnlr.nlimiBJ oppOBS any an.l all eff-.rta tntendod to diat alrn OT lenounie Kuoh p:edg-es or prinotplee to any aegrea PROljIltiTIiiXlSTS TO MKET IN HTTSBURO. Chicago, Dee. IL-Tke BxecaUvo Comraltl.?ftke Prohlbltlon party in the L'alted Btates BWl ?>' '?"' 1 gharakaa Hcwe thi? mornlng to aalect tka tlmeaiw l i.lac* for BOtdlng the Xational Conventlon nexl year ! whlfh will nominate the caadldate for the ? .len.y. Forty merabers, representlng .'J ?**? Btatea, anawered the rolleiU, among them b ng ' gaaauel Dtekkt, of MhJhlgaa; e?-Oovernor BL .i"-"1 ; of ntaneaai Belen U. Oougar, ludlaaa; Henry < laj . ?,. New-Tork; A. A. Btevena, Pennsj i inia. i and Voiney B. Cuahlng, Malne Denver, Bartlmore, i lii.ston Ptttahura aiei Oveland were floct6 [j I no^lnatlon."T^Chlcago delegatlon wlthfrearfrorn I the neiii beoaua. II could nol ^ai-mtee the paj n lt neceaeary rapennee. On ai InfornuU bnllol r> err.K-.Mved U HaltKi.on- 11. PHtaburg8. I 'j ar.l Ho*ton I. Tne tlr.-U furmal bil..-- wa SnTone mfulred to aetUe the gueBtlon o i cstyabould have the conventlon. Pittaburnwjnnlng .. ih ?-. votea Dmver recelved 13 and Baltimore -. th'e total numbei caal belng V. Tne conventlon waa At the raornlng aeaston a committee from tbi Women's Chriatlan Temperance tnlon, cona of Helen M. Barker, trt laurer; Katharlne L? 8te\en son. correspon.ling seeretary. and Mary E Mi dletrlct preaidenl of Illinola, preeented a mei from thal organlaatlon In accordanee wiiii a reao lutlon adoptea at th,- laat Natioi il Conventlon to cona'der aetlon of a t.oltti. ii charact.-r. The mcm'crUl atated there ahoubl be eloser co-operatlon between the! party and the Women a Cnrtatlan Temperance l nlon, and tbe unton tendered Ita services durlng the campalgrl of 1K*>. IS THE CYCLISG WORLD. ; CONFBRENCT OF MKN ENTERE8TBD IN BBCURING GOOD ROADS IN* NEW-YORK. i thk \\xr\l. BBJCBPTIOB OP THB BOUTB BROOK LT? WHKKI.MI.N' ZIMMKItMAN g gCC caaa im aubtralia. a ooafaranee was beld al the Albemarle Hotel . .unt. the outcome of whlch wUI be awalted - with Intereat by wheelmen. II waa ? illed to if poaalble, aome meana of aeeurlng better roada i'i this Btate. Tkose preaenl were laaac B. P - tbe chlef conaul or the New-York State Dlvlalon i..-.is;i]e of Amerlcan Wheelmen and the i chalrman ol ihe Road Committee of thi N organlaatlon; Aascmblyman Rlchard Hlgble an I ,; rurul Roy Btone, ihe apeclal ageni in eharge of thi Hureau of Road Imnrovemenl ol the Agrl cultural Department. A bfll will be drawn m;. and I presentei] al the nexl aesslon of the Legialature. I R Potter aald: "Whal we need ln thla Btate ia .. good hlghway law. They have a g.i one ln New Jeraey, and llne roada are ln thal State In co le quence." _ At tha comlng Matlonal aaaembly of the L. A. W. thr- entira Mrst <l.iy will be davoted t i good roads work. II la guggested tbal each county ln thli State bave Ita cluba organlxed f..:- tli.- purpoae of conatru Ann good.road: or cycle patha. Iti thla way ? mr.cctloi between good roada could be mad tween adjoinlng countii each county would have to ibok alter its ov. ;i roada, The annual minstrel show and recoptlon of thr Soatb Brooklyn Wheelmen was beld at the Athe ntuni. In Atlantlc-ave., Brooklyn, last nipht. and the hall was fuil. At 10 o'cloi h danolng was begun, Aceordlng to th.- lateat renorta from Australla, A. A. Zlmmerman, the Amerlean champion. is re ceiving tbe nir al antbuaiaatlc receptiona. The dia patebea aay tbal "Zimmy," aa he la called all over AustraUa, hi makmg a aplendld record. He cap ture.i the half-mile champlonahlp at Bydney re cently in the eaalest -ort ot style in the preaenci of BX000 snectatora Tiu- clever rldei i aaid to be Bhowerad with Invitatlona to forroal dinnera and other gatbertnga, JAMB8 B. MITCHELL INDIGNAXT. DI 'T.ahk.s hi: WAS EXPELLED ON REAR8AY r.vi DENCE?A PART OF THB LETTEB OF' NOTTPICATION. Jaunea g Mltcbell, who was ezpelled Tueaday by Ihe Xew-Yoik Athlettc Club, was. of course. ln dlgnant, but thoae ln aympathy with th-> preaent management eay that the club could nol have adopted .my other course. Thal a eertaln faction wlll ua the Incldent as campaign material ta the coming eli ctlon nema aaaured. MlteheU'e retlrement from the New-York Atl club is not neariy so aevere aa verdl :ta agalnat athletes In ethe: branches of sport. Whlle tbe champlon welght thrower loses his memberahlp d that club it doaa not prevent him from Jointng any other club. it was .?.ud yeaterday that Mitchell mlghl be relnatated In the course of time. Mitchell recelved the letter from the club yeater? day Informinjr hlm of its actlon, and be Imme dlate'.y took it to b lawyer to aecure legal advlce. The ath.ete says that he ha-- been dlaclp'.lned on bearaay evldenee, atid no one can prove that he has ever critdcieed any offlcer of thc club ::i any publlcatlon. The letter to Mitchell from the New-York Athletic Club wa* i-ent hy John C. Qulick, ti,. >. ? retary. It Informed hlm what actlon had been taken anl con tinurd as followa as to tbe cauaeo: Traatworthy Informatlon had heen obtalned by thr commlttee thal con were the author ->f a i?cur rlloua article publlahed In "The New-York Mer cury" undei date of October 27, 1895. reflectlng upon tl ? club and one or more of Ita offti - ra, an . -?? Kro,s ln its natur.- that n .ther ll.nmittee noi Board could allow it to paai unnoticed with .nalder i of it? own aelf-reai cl and youi connectton with the club as a member thei -or ll was th.- deeire both of thi commlttee and ol l lioard to hear vbatever atatement you mlghl have lo preaent In - mnection therewlth, and I may iy It was their dlepoaltlon to extend to you overy pos rible opportunlty of laylng before them whatever atatement you mlghl wlan to make touchlng i ...iine and the credlblllty or rellabllity of ll formatlon whlch had been furnlahed to them ' your fallure to exerclae this prlvilege, whlch a courteoualy extended to you. both thi :omn and the Board were of the oplnlon thal no other course waa to be puraued than thnt an t , whli h I have notlned you abova CHERRT DIAMOXD MEN HAVE A HOME. THE TBAB8FER OF THE CIATBHOCBE AT MADIBON AVB AND V0BTY-FTfTH-8T. compubtev, The spiendld clubhouae at Madlson-ave. and Forty fifth-st. iy now owne.l by the new Maniiattan Athletic club. Th* tranea tlon by whlch tbe prop? erty went into poaaeaalon of ihe ciub took place yeaterday mornlng in tbe orti<-e of Wbltebead .v Buydam, the club*s couneeL AU the directore of thc club, with tbe ezceptlon of itoixit D. Ballantlna who la ta ESurope, were preaent. tacindtag Preatdent Cornaliua Van Cott, Vi r-President l.'o'.onel John ll. Black, Secretary and Manager C. H. Gen.-linger and Tm.-t.es .1. llerbert Rnllantlne and John D. Adams Adrlan Iselin, the oivner of thc property. was repreaented by his law? yer, Frederiek Foeter, Tho deal was aunply the carrying out of an optlon for the purchase of the property eecured by Mr. Gerisiinger at the time he teoruanlzed the club, a yenr ajjo. ,\ heavy ca?h paymont was mado and the remalnder wlll be han-led over soon The origir.ai cost of the clubhouse and gTOUnd wa? $875,00), oti which Mr. laelln h.-M a muftgage for taS.WO. When the o'.d club wenl into tlie nan la ? the receivera, the mortgana was forecloaed Whlle l ? llrect j?-s of tiie c.ub di cltaed to etate the > \ i I : ?? -? It li un leral -od they wlll pay ovci eaah for tiie property. They put tMi.ft'n caab Into ti,-- rentnre before they opened tin- club doora. bulldlng la to be Immedlately aupplli i v.-ith a complete nea electric llahi plant nnd th.- Interlor ls to be redeeorated. Many other Improvementa are contemplated. The work of organlxtng athletic team is proceedlng alowly, wltn i - object of makiriK no Hibuakco. Mr. Oenallnger has noi only made tbe c.ub pay Its runnlng expenaea, bul has rurii-1 in a proflf. AUBTRALXA WILD OVER ZIMMERMAX. Vsneouvar, i'-. ? '. Dec. II.?AuatraliaB joumala i eived by the ateamahip Warrimoo yeaterday deai.rlbe the mriny haadaome v torlea won by the Amerlcan .-hamplon cycllat, Arthur A. Zlmmer man One paper aaya Oa Xovernber K ai ih? Sydney Crlcket Oround 89,000 enthuaaatlc Auatrallan ani waved their arma ta wild excltemenl at the pbcnoraenal Amerlcan wbeelman. Zlmmermai tl" iinal ln Ihe pre.it internatlon.il cycle rai i \T 11 - tin, thc- long-dUtance champlon of Amerlca rod plucklly and was loudly cbeered bul the .<. evew tremendoua when Zimmarman appeari I, alowly pedaliiiia toward tbe track from bla dreee* iiai, whlch were deeorated with tbe Stara and atrlpes. The ra-.-e of the day waa thi balf-ml ? raamplo'nBhlp ot Auatralla. Zlmmerman ?>?? is put ajsalnst iwo Auairaiian flyera in Ihe lirs; heat, U I won easi!> in 1 ;21'i The winnerr of tn- oth r thr--, hr.it* *>-it- Paraona Irenon ani Lewla, ail Aue trallans. tr.e Itallan, Englleh nnl Qerman riden tx ing badlv beaten ln tha Bnal Zlmmerman aeemed Ln auperb < ondltion. and iooked to bt playing w,th his competltora He won eatdly by thirtv yarde, but gave the Imprrssion that he could h.ne BU la Ihi gap much wlder. But it was a prett] race, and the crowd made a ru?h forward to bear him ln tri umpii on tneir ehoul-lera. MEET1XG OF THE YACHT-ItAOING UX10X. The annual general meetlng of the Yach'.-Uacins Cnion of Ixmg Island Sound wlll be held al the Fifth Avenue Rotei at 8 p. m. on Monday, l>?cem ber Sfl. ?? - ? LOW I'RK'RS POR TltOTTBRB. Poughkeepale, X. Y.. Dec. U.- A large crow,, . hor#emen attended the auctlon aale of trottlng horsea at the Hudeon Itiver Di.vi.-.g I'aik to-day. where about thlrty well-known trottlng and paobag horaea wera dlapoaed of Frank Howeil'a Kate C 42:10a*). brought 880), whlch waa the hlgheat prloc (MARIANI WINB) THE IDEAL FRENCH TONIC. <l Vin Mariani is cxquisitc. I hcartily recommciid it to all wliose nervous systera requires a calming toiiic." Henri Marteau. 5ent frce, If thla paper Is incntloned, DescrtPtlve Book, Portralts and Autoprarhs of Cclcbrltlcs. MARIAXI & CO.. I.-:. fl Saalataad HaaaaaMaa, i.??iIW!i,1hYiii. lonuol,; '.JH'lli.tJM.nl. obtalned. Mr. Howell refured W.OO) for Ka;e r. two ?reeka .<-:o. Th- uthers averase.l about BUB ea.-h. ATHLKTir IFORT1 AT YAU-l. New-Haven, Dec 11 fJpeeW).?Taa Yale (Jvmnas x. .,,. ..,;. ??: !:- I 1 th. flrat i.f Its tWO at.r-.ual win t r meets to-nlgbt. Tbere were come?.;s ln ciub awlnglng, horiaonul baraj long horae aad paraUel bara, and an aablbitlon in fancy a^d triek blej ? rldlng bj the champion, \\. S, BfgUby. Tbe atar work of tbe evenlng was done by tne Leblbach na, who to..k threo of tlie four first prlaea Sumi laryi Horlsontal bare?Wlnner, Fre.l It. Lthibach. Xew arh S ?(., second, F. A. Lehlbach. Newirk, X .1. Club-Bwinglna -Wlnner, S, peteraon, of New-York; gecoi i. R". >'? Douglaa, Orange, X J. ] i?,rs- Wlnner, !?'. A. L rblbaih, Newark, X. i md, H. L. li.jfTiiui", Creasona, Penn. 'r... ,i] . ban Wlnner, P. R. Leblbach, Newark, X. i -...,n i F. A. Lehlbach, Newark, X. .1. ' '6ymnaai of the evenlng, F, A. Leblbach, 11 polnts; econ l. K. R. Lehlbach, lu points. BJXTIXCTION o\' THK P.OUY TRACK. Indienapolis, Dec. n.?Th.; tinai knock-out of the Roby track pcopli waa gtvea i'.v tha Buprems court ii\. when the Laka I'ounty Court Injunc tlon, obtalned on behalf ot Oovernor Matthewa, was suBtalned. Tha oplnioa eontaina only lOOwordi tracki on the mi -tings under three dif ferent aasoclatl na CAMBRIDOH BEATB O-tFORD AT FOOTBALL. London, Dec. 11.-The football elevi n of Cambrldgs Cnlverslty i i laj ? teated tbe uxford team by one goal to notbing. The ground waa muddy and In poor condition, and ih<- weal lei foggy I.OCAT. Bl SIS E88 COUPL1CA 110X8. ATTAt il.Mi.XTS AGAIN8T THE BNTBRPBI8B COJa 1ANV. Threeattacbmentabave been oLiaine-i agalaai th? Enterprlae Company, contractor ami builder, of No. 12 Broa way, one for 17,17$, in favor of Loutse ''. Mlller, arlfe of R. Btuarl M.n.-r. tbe treaaurer, on an aaalgned clalm for money lent t.i the company by Mr. Mlller, aiul t\\... aegregating M10, ln favor of tbe Phenls Natlonal Bank. One ot theae la on a j-ote of tbe company, dated October i'. payabla In two Beootha, for fl.ue, to ibe order of the Beaboard Lumber Company, Indorsed by it and by Lombard A: Ayrea Tbe otner Is for e5,?O0. The bank sald it s Ivanced fl5,Q00 <>:i November lf>, on a note of Lombard .v Ayrea, who n-t\>- as collateral .-> urlty to tbe bank. a recelpt of tbe Bnterprlee Company for 1."*. feel ol lumber in atorage at Bbooter's laland, x. Y, which receipt was hadoraed by the Beaboard Lumber Company. Thr- bank bow aaaerta that tbe Enterprlae Conapan/ has dlapoaed of BB> 43ti feet of the lumber, veiaed at ILeDO, for whlch amount tbe bank n<n u.it an attachment All tho attacbmenta were obtalned on the sroun'l that the company bi a foreign corporatlon, organtaed under West Virginia lawa Ii was Inoorporated ln lefl, with an authoruted apltal stock ofg?o,oaD, but it ii Baid that only 12.? waa pald in. atad it ha'l a low ratlng In Bradatreet'a. WilUam -i Beat was the preal,, ,.i. Tbe company buiit ihre.- housea it, Brunawlck, Md.; a Bchoolbouse al EraatJna, Btatea ; and tnany dwellinga in rarkma suburba of New-York. Deputy-Bherlff Llpaky yeaterday took harge of tbe place of bualneaa of tho Veudome Raober Com? pany, at N m 122 Centre-at., an.l \o. Utf Wblti two attacbmenta one for HOOO In favor of Charlea Thompf.on, for caah ienl on November B). and the other for M*0 in favor of the Aliawanaan Company. Both wen obtalned or the ground that the rubber company la a New-Jersej corporatlon. It was bv rorporated in Aprll, 1BI1, with a capltal atock of ??_ ? < \ iich waa Increnaad lo 1100.000 In May. ISW. gamuel S. i prealdent ?n-l ISdward A. Bt. The company manufactured mack -? ai No. 123 Centreet, where many uiris w.-r. ?. i. The llabllitiea of Elllotl B f'oue>. wholesale deal .?r-' ni furniture, at Xo. - Eilrao th-at., who falled on Tueaday, ai p rti I lo be H2S.0QO, with aseeta estimate.l al tso.onu The largeal credttor la aald to be th< Carrolli m Purnll ire Manufacturlng Com pany, of C irrollton, 1<\.. which la aeeured by a Judg menl of 119.&18. Deputy-8 i. rlfl Loub \> iterday took , -: irge ..: the flrmi factory, at One-bundred-and forty-flfth-at. and Weatchester-ava The Sherlff yeaterday recelved two exeeutiona agalnal E 8 Jaffraj a: Co., Irygooda mercbanta, one for tW,253, ln favor of o-lberm.mn Dommerich g Co., and the other for 12,011 ln favor of Bossut Pere A Fila, both .-f mercbandlaa, Harold m Bmlth was yeaterday appointe.i by Judge Andrewa, In the snpr?me Court, referee In dlaaolutlon proceedinga ?.f the Merriii and Wehrle Charcoal Company. Tlie apt>li.^aiion for a dlaaolu? tlon was made by a majorlty of the trustees and atoekholdera. Tne company was Incorporated ln issi. with a capltal atock of S30.00.V an.l lu<l Ita place vi bualneaa al No. Ut We?t Twsnty-flfth-st THE EEV. MH. ANOELIBJ AlCQUJTTEDi cilAROES aGAlNPT THE ntKArnF.K BOT srs TAINED BY THB BVIIMBNCB. The council of l'rosbyterian mlnlstera anl laym?-ii of ti. Newark Preabytery, whteh was conveaed on x ivember 7 to Lnveatlgate charses agalnai tba B '? Lulgl Angellni, pastor in charge of a mbpdonary church at Porano, Italy, tnade a report to a m?M Ing of tbe AngeHnl Bociety In Newark yeaterday, Tlie council consl?ted of thc Bev. A. X.-lson Holli :? |d, Clarence W. Aiilnp. aecretary; th<- Rev. i>r. I. B. Hopwood, the Rev. Dr. D, R. Frazer, ihe Rev. Dr. li. S, Mackay, thc Rev. i.. w. AUen, ihe Rev. i>. w. Luak, the Rev. H. ?'. Vartderbeek, the Rev. f. c. Ottman, Wtlllam ii Marphy, B. ll. Plum on I l?r. Artlr.ir \\ ail. Thi report Of the council tnttrely exon?rates the 1 gellnl and expreaaca cpnfldence in his Integi ty. it saya: "Tbe Chriattan character of the Rev. Mr. Angellni haa been wldely and moet Mt ? : ln offlclal correei in li nce an i In a ; lular emanatlng from tl ? commltl..f i hurch In Italy, and we f?>,>i that thi re la no ne -i to appeal t i ih^- manh w i of Amerl ? ' heai thi ' :?-. ?.X .Mr. Angellni, who i- a stranger In a atrange land. iu riew of th.- evl? denee before ihe council, I; herebj acqulta Mr, An lelinl ? . i ail the eharj id pVicea on record Its confldence ln hla I ??-.- tj of character an ! h -to -: | ol purpoee." A roe< tlna; ol the mlaalonar) s? hwlea wlll be caileii at Vonkera, N. V., for th>- purpoae r takir.^ per charge of ih< Porano M aaloo Church and auatalnlng the paal ir. Ibe followlng -ire th-' ofln e.-s of the Angellni Bociety for the enaulng year: Pra dent, Mi ll >i ice Alllng; ricc-preeldent, Mlaa Helen Ai -1; ecretan. Mlaa R. p Klnaey; treaaurer \ii< R. M. Mi llvall llir. IXXUBAXOB CLUB T<> DT8BAXD A apeclal meetlag of tlie laauranee Club araa held at i*s quartera ta the Mutual blfe Inamrance Com ling yeaterday, at arhlefa H waa reaolved to dlaband tbe organlaatlon on Deeember :n nf Ibe 708 membera pnly tblrty-two were preaent. Prealdeni Bdmund Dwlght, who occupled the chalr .-*ld aftei thi Ail tbe billa ot tba club have been paio axeept i for reni nmountlng i ? O0.0TO, end an ar !"*n*em made I y whlch the Mutual l.ife Inaurance C impany wlll take the elub'a a Inrludlna accounta collectlbla, in settlement of ibla t.id. 1 h< club, therefore, ro'-s out of e\l?tenc- free of debt. The three floora vihich the club occupled wlll be dlvlded Into ofticen." VWIFOBB8 roB iu ir.ms'ns ufvartukst sr?jr. CohsUble, the Siiperlntcndent of De paatmeni of Butldlngn, has deeided to follow the ertuanle ?- Colonei Wartag, the Ceaamlaelouer I ??" Cleaatag, and order ail of tha Inapi ira nnd eiertta of tbe depart? meni to areaar ualforaaa He haa noi daclded upon the kind of oalf irma *o be ararn, hn: he has ue clared that be wlll v.c?r a unl/om aa an example for the oiher men in the department. and that he ie)f,-irda the wearlns of untforma aa a step !n tlie dlrection of b?tter dlacipllne ln tlie department ?OLD BILL" ON THE 8TAKD. ifoW HE AIDED THE POSTOFFICE THIEVES TO MCAPC. CABBtEO T8TBM hf.voi.verh. WHlHKEY AMD M0NF;v-THK KTUItY OF 1113 LOMO CBJaaWAIi CARBEB BROCOB1 OIT BV oBMsntAii ntacr. -oid Bill" Vtaaborg, the natartoua grecngooda man wos the star Wltneaa at yestetday's aeaalon Jri trlal of ?heriff Tamaen ta Ifltlfa Aiiiaon* put of fJenaral ?aaatoaa, Before Vosburg took the stand. Henry D. I Oiee, , aateettva of New-Haven, was called, but his tes tlrri0nv waa unlmportant. Lewla B. Ostrand. of No. -4 KivtngWs... testllled that on the mornlngof }?lv I he ?as wnlklng toward l.-.dlow-st.. when ,nr;.c ?,e? raa ap. Oae polnted a revolver at h.m, :lI?, ,h.-n took h ear up BaaWX-Ot. This man was Kllloran Voaburg than took the Ftand. He began his tea timonv bv Baytag that he was the father-ln-law of Ilarrv Knssell. one of the prl-on-rs, and often VlB ited hlm ln LudlOW Street Jail. Oeneral Tracy ob toeted to Mr. Woeka'a queatlon if he had ever taken anythtag la the jail to them, and Mr. Weeks with drew it. ?Did you ever take any revolvers in the jail wltb you?" then ask.d Mr. Weeks. Oeneral Traey was on his feat Iti a BOCond and protest.-d. MSing that It was not WlthlB the knowledge of the d.f-nd int or ward. a, bttl was overruh-d CAMtlKD IX RBVOLVBltB. ??Tea, I took ln thrrr; had two In my hlp pockrts aBd one ln my front trousers pocket." ctilmly an swer.-d thc witnc-s. "I alao took In a bottle of whbkkey." ??where waa the guardT' "Btaadhtg at the door." ??pi l you ever gice Ruaaell any money?" "Tea; i gave him $20." "Dld you ever aee any other money there nn tiie prieonera?" "Ves; I aaw 88,000. .Alleti had part .ind Kllloran had part." "Di.l you evrr fiive them any mom-y'.'" "i i-iivi- Allen an anvelope, 1 sa\. il opened by him and It oontain-d M0&" "TOU may examlne," said Mr. Wicks, witfi a smile of triumph. Oeneral Traey began by laking \osburg wiu-re he got the anvelope, and th" wltneaa repBed that it had b.en left at his home at 8 o'clock at nlght. II. d.l not know by whom. Oeneral Tracy then ask.-d Voaburg how he came to teatlfy ln the trlal. and was told he had been Bubpoenaed during his own trtal. The facl was then l.r.nmht out h,- bad been rrled for obiain Ibj 8500 from a man named Clmtel in ih" green goods bualneaa. At ihe Oeneral'a reaueet Voaburg explalned th.- method of the swlndle. He said he soid th-- man whal he thought waa counterfelt m??-. y nmountlng 1 1 88,008. "We ahowed him good money," explalned th<- witness. "anl placed it ln ii box, and then rung the box on hlm." "Rung the box'.'" "Ves. rung lt." Bvery on.- laughed nt (jenerai Tracy'a "counter? felt" ignor.ince, and Colonei Pellowa baatened to expbUn what tbe wltneaa meant by "ringtag" or changtag the box. Oeneral Tracy then continued t . foUow up tiie detalla -if the greengoode transaction. but Colonei Pellowa objected, aaylng that if it was with thc idea that the wltneaa was a orlmlt.al, the people would concede that. and also that he had been convicted of many criroea "WiU you coneedc ttiat the man is ut.worthy of beUet ala0?" queried Oeneral Tracy. A CRBDIBLB WITXKSS. BAT8 PELLOWS. "Xo," replled the Colonei, "the facl that he ls now convlcted and has been before many tlmea does not prevent hlm from teUlng the truth." "We thlnlt.lt does." was the Qenerafa rejily. Conttauing he aaked aboul th..- greengooda trans? action, when Mr. Weeks objected on the ground that lt had BOtbing to do with thc present case, and .iu li- AlUaofl auatalned hlm. Oeneral Tracy then took up Vosburg's record anl _? by aaking how many limea be had aerved terms 1,1 prifl in. "Beven tlni's." was Ihe answer. "Where and when was the flrst Imprisonment?" Voaburg explalned the flrst was in Kentticky In MSB, when he got fiva years for burglary. The next was In Buffaio In 1888 for tba "bombobell" game. At th-' Oeneral'a repjest he cxplained that the game waa to get a "sucker" to bet thal a blue rlbbofl had beeti tak.n from an Iron liall, after he had aeon a confederate take it out. Then, the wltneaa said. he opened anotber cavlty in the sheii and took oal a s--.nl r:i.!-?n. <Mi f is game In Buffaio he got J10M from a man and was s.-ntrnced to six montha In the penitentlary. "Where nexl'.'" continued Generai Tracy. "In Bpringfleld, for 88SJM v.orth ot dianionls. l didn't get the dbtmonda, tbough." "Who io-?i ;h'- di.imonds?" lf.;.- Colonei Pellowa objected, eontendlng ihat the .!. fen ?? ha l no righr t > ?o in:> the detalla of each crime. Oeneral Tracy thought he ha l, aa i the Judge sai 1 ihat Voaburg migtn aaawer. "Old BU1" de dared that he d.-i noi know?that he itole them from a in. n ln a car. The diamon Is were iu a aatchel and on th.- Beal beelde the man. "I jual picked lt up and walked out of the car. They got me for four yeara," remarked Voaburg. "The n.xt time was In this clty. I got flfteen montha in 1878 for ateal'.r.g seven or elght OOUBdfl of gol 1 ,-hains from a manuf.icturer d-o.vn iu Broad way." "W'.il, where next?" "ln ivso i got three yeara for attempted robberj at Carmel, this Btate." "Whi re ii. \t ?" "In RocSeeter I got two and a hnIP yeara for at tempting to Bteal IZ'Km from a man?it was larceny from the i? raon " "Well, tben, ihe next place waa where?" "ln 18S*. Ib Washlngton, D. ("., I was sentonced to one '-.ar in the Albany prlson fur picklng pooketa." "Dld you aerve your time?" "Xo, only three montha. i was par-loned by Oen? eral Harrison." THK PRJJB8EXT CHAROI AOAIXST HIM. Tha: c-nded the prison record of the arttneaa, wltb the exceptlon of the charge for whlch he Is now h.-id. "When dld you flrst lenrn of the trlal?" Oeneral Tracy wanted to know next. "i eaa it ta the paper." "Dld you know It before >ou enterel a plea of guilty?" deman<!ed the Oeneral. "Xo" "Had your pleadlng guilty anything to do wltb this case?" "Xo." "Had you and your lawyer ever cOBVeraed in re gard :o the trlal?" To thla Colonei Fellows objected, anl the Judge said that whal the wltneaa had said to his lawyer was a privlleged eommunioatlon. "You plaa led guilty of larceny ln the Brat degrcc as a llrst orTein-e. dld >on not." aaked the counae] for Ihe defence. Voaburg said he could not aay. A wrangle be tween th.- lawyera followed, and the Indlctment was aenl for. Ii ahowed tha; Voaburg had plea led guilty to larceny in the Brat degree, as a flrai offenea "Dld you k."o\v th- dlfference between a plea i u nist or second ofivn -.- " Th-' wltaesa said that be uaderetood he would get douhi. th.- aeateaca lf he was fouod guilty aa a -. . -i. I off.-n.-.-. Oeneral Tracy then found out when tba wltneaa lirst communlcatcd wltb the DbaUiet-Attornej as to what be would teatlfy to ta this trtal Voaburg Brat aald tbai be bad never ?onununteated with any one b.-tore Baturday, when he sp.pke with Mr. -? aeki bul later aald it waa Haturday w.-ek Inatead of Batur aay, tba 7tti "Dg you mi.-ni io Bwear thal ywu paaaded to grand larceny as a flrst offeaoe before you ever tonimunieacd th.- faeta v, i ha\<- testlfb^i t,, i>i thla trinl to the DIatrtct-Attaraay'r' thundered Genera! Tracy. "I do " ?wiiiiam Voaburg." crted th.- Oeneral, arlth a aA..-e|> ot !ns haiid. "this in 11, iinent shows vou rnter.-.i this plaa ..f youra on Deeember 8, two aaya after you communlcatcd with Mr. Weeka" Voa barg, howerer, d< ared that he did noi. VOSBURO'S ADMISBION. "Why ,*,l,| you no; te'.l aome one weeks ago aboui taklng these revolvi rs Into the Jail and thal money?" Vo-burg heattated a moment and then blurted out: "Weil. I thought. I mlghr get off a llttle llglr er !f I 11 l " "Ob, that'g lt, la lt? Thafa the reason?" Vo.iburg flna'.ly admitted that he undcrrtoKl i.r waa ??) get r,ii?.haif of his aentenee off for t??if> tag Iu the Tamaen caae. "To.i v.ouldn't tell n He for aucii a llitie thmg aa to ge; your aen;cnco llfhtened by half?" waa Oen? eral Traeva ramark. -lulge Alilaon raiad thla qaaatton out aa lt c*l>d for a conclualon. It waa ne?t brought out that RIDLEY'S Open Evenings. Special and Open Evenings. e?, REDUCTION IN VERY FINE BRONZES. These will bear close inspection. PAIR BBONZE FIOURES, "Atalante" und "HippouuHte," o".) iikIk-s high reduccd from filty fJoBaiS to s30.?? PAIR BBONZE FIGUBBS. "Jieapers." They are real art work*. 88 inches liigh, reduccd from thiity-scvc: fifty to $20.00, PAIR BBONZE Flfil.'REH, " Pi'ororatuni." Very bold and BUBBrVt, M', inches high. reducaiftM twcirty-foui fifty TO*15.00 PAIB BBONZfe FIOUBBtaj *? Dtm Bodrigo n and *' Othriio." Very fine and acarce, H% lachei liigh, reduced aea Ihirtv-one liiiv PAIR BBONZE FIOURES, "Dtfinnee" and uChnUenge* TO 820. 00. PAIR BBONZE FIOURES. *'J*tiriti/" and " Vanity." Very attractive pair, .?>1'4 inches rngli, reduccd trom ? vCry chaste design. ti% inches high, redajceJ from fbrty-one fifty nsneteen titt\ to 825.00 PAIR BBONZE FIOURES, ?* Bopdelaiee," beautifufly designed, 84# inches hfcjh, reduccd from thirty doBars to SJ3,60 TO $17.00. PAIR ELEGANT BENAISSAN01 PITCHEBS, Most bcautiful design, -'? inchei high, redueaJ irooj thirty-five dotlan TO $25,00. DIAMOftiDS AND WATCHES At /trice.s t/iftt (ftnuot be man lutl?n toatt trill eonrinre. GRAND TDHS&TLbA.'^' TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, BOOKS Open Evenings. ? Open Evenings. EDW. RIDLEY & SONS, EDW. RIDLEY & SONS, (iriuul \lleii nml Orehnril St?. Uraml. Allen fiml Orehnril Ma. 309,311, 31L to 321 Qrand St, N. Y, the man the aritness aaw at the door of tbe Jall when he lirst called to aee Ruaaell waa Mc.'aoe. "How long <ii? t you know McCebe?" i i ever knew him. Lota of people know mo thal i don'l know." "That Is mir of tho perialti.-s we pay for '11s tinctlon," added ifen.-ral Tracy in a low yoice. Oeneral Tracy then aaked about the taking of th- whiakey and revolvera Into the jall. Voaburg ahowed him how he carrled them, and sal-J no OM taklng a ca'aual glance would notlce that he had them Oeneral Tracy thought dlfferent?y. Voaburg exi alned that he had deep pocketa and a long coat. ?rKven then three blg revolvera end a bott.e ot whiakey would ehow," Inalated the OenrraL ?l,-' you deaire to kn-iw l will go to tne expenae ot buylng h bottle or arhiek y. and we wllJ aee how much 11 wlli .?how." Interrupted Colonel Fal.owa. Oeneral Tracy then aaked Voaburg where he ob talned the plstola he took to the jall. voaburg aald he had owned them for three or four y.-ar!<. If;; did nol load them, aa they hal akready been .oaded for il' " THR PIBTOLB NOT FOR USE. "YOU took them thero to enable the men to BBCape and coramlt murder If neceaaary?" ".\'.>, not to uae." "If you thought they were golng to uso them you would not have taken them there, would you?" "Then why dldn't yOU take the eharge otit before ok them '" ^ . , . . ? The w.tne** repllod that he kept themi .oad-1 80 tbal ihe man they ""re polnted at could aea that they were load.J. , ?., "How did you hund the revolvera to the men. "Out In the yard. l turned so they could g<-t them oul ol mv pocket." , , ?,_?. "Did ) u know what day the tr.en were to M ape, when and howT' "1 did not." . . .... Voaburg then a'lmitte.l tlur he bad met. the three ,..-,-,;.. i me:. tiie heighta Bt Ueehawk-ll. i >en aral Tracy wanted to know ir they met by appoint ment. Co'.onel Fellowa objected. ? M.e-i Tracy aald to t*it the eredibl.ity of tne wun. ?a he bad a rigbl to ask the queatlon, but jud?-.- Al'.l.son aald he would exclude lt "Did you gtve the men any money, or know tney were aboui i i take paaaaga to Europer Belng aaked about the taVM be had aeen ln tho |all \ iisburg aald It was In ISOO-blllB. Kllloran an?l Allen each had half. . .. "Voaburg, ar.- vou consclous of any aet or dia bonor In your llfe?" inqutred Oeaeral Tracy, aol emniy , . ?'.? rtainly I am," repUed the notorious erimmal without lu-sltatlon. A CRIMIKAL MAXY TEARB. "Aad you have b(-en a noted crlmlnal for over fifiy years?" "Vea, slr." "Do you feel any ahame. and bumlllatlon In ap pearlng before th;< Court an<l JoryT' Judge Alllaoo told the witn-'sa that he need not anawi r "That'a all," sai.l Oeneral Tracy. The Dlatrlct-Attorney havlng no ..u^stlons to ask, "Old Blll" v.ii led back to hla eell in the Tomba. li. will be aenti n ied to-morrow. John Feldh-imer. who aald that be waa the engi neer of the |all In June and July last. w.is next called, and aald thal he did nol aee the Warden on the mornlng of the escape. He waa not croaa examlned. Tlie ne\r wltness was A. L Alabam. who lflsti fled thal be waa a prtaoner in th.- i.iullow Btreet Jall on June I las- He told of s.-.-lng Allen ahava off h's muatache and th.- jall barber anave Kllloran. II- told the Warden, who rr-plled: "Well, l can't p.i ti oa agaln." "Did you ever play carda there with the srar di ?. ' aaked Mr Weeke. "Tea" "What ganie dl'l you play?" "Plnochle." "PIn . what klnd or a gan?e is ihat-'" ojierieo. Oeneral Tracy. "We don'l understand it." "It's a Oerman game," saiil Colonel Felloura, conv Ing to thi r< ??? ?;?? "Play any other game?" contlnued Mr. Weeka "Tea; p iker " "uh, now you are ta'.king ot a game that we all underatand, cjmmented oeneral Tracy, "Did you loae any money?" ??V.-s.-' "To *\ hom?" <; ii tral Tracy obiacted, bul lo ao purpoae. "Bometimea the Warden, aometimee another." "D i the Warden pay it- he i.?>?.['"' Uh.ni i? thai for. to aue tha BhertB ror the W u lena poker debts?" aaked Oeneral Tracy. A BRIBK WAfl DFPKRED HfM, Danlel ii. Fredericka was the !a.n wltneaa. ii. ild h. waa the regular Jall claaner In June aad .luiy la.st. He told or havlng the prtaonera him, paying th.-m ln beer an B&turday nlghta ll >;ot H Ib a bucket and .-arried it in past the War? den, maklng n<? attesapl to conceal It from him. Fredericka then related how Kus.-.-.i ha.i ao proarhed him in tbe yard, and after aaklng him ii he could tunnel oul under the wall, told the wltneaa thal he would pay h!m $."ioo ln caah i i B.500 more when they F.ot oui, if h- wouM i ia -: thi 'a in ea ,'.p ng, "I aalil i would give Ihetn an anawer the nexl day ai noon.' aaid the wjtneaa. Then Kill.nun cama ln a i.athr.om an.l ahowed. me a wad of money. I saw thre,. $i.? btlla and had one in bu hand. The nexl mornlng l tol.i the Warden whai they ha-i *d\.\ to me. but i never talkcd to aay of them afterward." The mornlng aft<-r the men' . caped the wltneaa cleaned up a hathroom and found under a aheli over .. doaen tiask^ whlch had con ttttm I ? hlake\ "When 1 tuM the Warden." contlnued Preder : - ? h" aa'.d, 'You taka the money, an.t w,- will . i ihe men aa thej an go'ng out.'" 'I'hls remark ?rtus-i no l.uie merrlmeni among ihe upectatora rhe wltneaa then deeoribed ... ianath the Intorlor ot Ludioa gtra l Jall and recounted ihe attempta ol the men to hrii>e him. bui nothing new w i eltcited. Ai tbla K-int Colonel Fellowa aald thal that en.le.l the peop'.e'a wltnaaaea and thu thai i . .. i ? Oeneral Tracy then sai.l to ihe Coarl that h.- .-,.n ai.lere.l t he e lae 4yaH of the greateal Imputanee. ii>- would, he anld, ln the mornlng preaent severa polnta for the Court'a .onal.leratlon As b prellmlnary, ha sald ba arooM laaiat that the i rderal atatute had provlded a minlshm.?nt for the off< :e with whioh the defendani was charaed thai the Btate courta bu.i n<> JurtedlcUon ln ihe natter v number <>f auiho.-iti. h were to be clted by ''"' tna Oeneral contlnued, to polm oui that it waa the duty ol a Paderal court t.. Inqulre wheth.r the offenre eharged bad h*,.n comtnitted. ar.d ot that of a Htnt.mrt ir the eourt deelde l agalnit him. (lem-ral Traey aald he would elt* fnrther gu thorltlea relatiyr to ihe commlttlng of Kederal prlsonera In a fltate Jall, and what ronatitute4 aueh iormmltment. The O.-nera'. said his arguraenta would occupy the Court'a attentloa the treater por tlon of the daj . Judge Alllaon atated that he dld no; wiah to de I clde the polnta h.-.-tlly. and would probebly take aome Hme in conaulting the .. itborttlea ? ited. Colonei Pellowa aald the Diatrlct-Attorney*a eaaa) was prepared to meel the argumenta a I aa Oas? i cral Tracy would occupy the monr-ng, an<l tne aa. ! awera the afternoon, he old noi aee that thej :.-*-ded ? ih.- Jury. lt would be a dlscuaalon of law aid not '. of fact. With ti..- conaenl of tli?- defei thi ;ry waa diacbaiged untll to-morrow mornlng. and court a Ijourned untii this mornlng 0VEST8 AT LEADISQ B0TEL8. The beat of everythlns comea to the matl l !a cludlng hollday preaenta, and ao many pa ;. ara coming t.) town aowadaj i lo purchaee them that the hotela are kopt full ail the time. The leadtjaj botela were filled with gueeta last alght aad tha next two weeks wili be llveiy ones Inde. 1. At.liKMAKl.K. K. i:. Ctarke, Bt. Paul Mra I. B C. Hunrlnp. Uiiaoat. M: -i. IV. Henning. Tux- V ?? H;1,)h*". ?rracoaa J. f. Par? :.- - E. A. E- man, K , ? ? :tf. K, B. Featon, !?-?' it R. D Morcan. ? ? A. B. Itutherferd A Wlfa Baltlm ? .r. a. Parke, tvashingt.ia. .1. U. ll.-nning, Tuxe I P. M. Provoat, Prlm aton. <;. ?'. Baker, Coraatock. <". B, Launpi ::. B u. il. ghennan & wlfa Watertown. It. Hlckok. Burllngtoa, Vt. j. i: Curtln, I'.-rt .i-tr-i aoa. BBOAOWAT CBBTRAL. .1 O, Meed, i; reravtll -. N. V. a i; Weodworth, C ncoi I, B. t>r..k- gp OBAKD. <:. n Bautaali BuBala E, lf >?e. Blngl unti n, K ' ?>? . M ? ? . MieB. W M irrta S .<*!? r>r, a. <;. Boot, a;>: i . ?' .'. Italna '?' I ti'.warg, X V. r. i?. Pa k, PltteSa I KOPPMAX. Muss. n ii Mrs. k. Brlght, Columbua, lt. K <?? i wyn l:H!t!rrore. iltuaaaa OM O. Adama, I>> nver, I S- .. ?.?.-, Bt. I^.ale. i" lt i - - ::.-?>, v.., ihlngton. il. Kn n.- tt, Hartf rd. N. A. Kmmetc. Hartl rd. T. II. Jackaon. Phltadelphla .). II. McNully, Boaion. W. .1 Kramar, Allentown, I'enn. .i. \v. Dudly, Indiaa . Charlea B. lt od, (VUllman tle, Cenw. l>. \v Balley. v v.umipaat, A. .1. T.irner, W'illlmantic., p ? 1 '??!!'. wtaaa. a. R, Whlte, QloveravUie. M-s. r B Q ' ? Srraa t ? H. .1 M A. li unlli m \ iay. ? U i Wul.iat C. a. Cai ? raataaaa HOL.LAXD c w tvbeaiei cwcaaa Mi?. \\ I..- - ago. C. F lliUer, :.in-a?uav IVtin. liodman Ohtcaao. BRl'N'aWICK. <;. i". Cunlngham, Moatreal. A. a. Cuntngtiara. Ifontreal. <?. \v. .; irdiwr. Boaton. H. t.- Wl r, Pl llad Iphla. D. M- N ali, M -i.tr.-al. i S. II. Hi -ao, Jr. I: -? m | r E, i al ? 1-??-?? i' a. U lydi n, R J. P. w-tii.-nii a ?ite, i Toraabk, J, Eaat u a wi'e. I'liila Si Iphla. lUVKIXCJHAM. i>. Ilunter, Albaay. Ilra B. C. Orant, gummit. J. F. Trav*n A wlfe, ton. Hla. <:. F. Brown. Jr., Iloj l--n. Ilra. D. H. Stockham. On dlner, llt. a Dan ii- S ?ife. Baal llampt. n. FUTH AVBXUB. nr. W. M. Bete, Harrie borg. \ B. Oravee, Ptattadelplua. ? J. (*. Brodbead. Ktngaton. I. II. Blngli.iin. Ol V i. c. M. Warner, Ryraeuee. C. .i \v. Davtei Momreal. C. B Plckard, Chlcaaw M -; ,--. Boel a G. Mlti ? O. II, T irloi Beatea. I'AltK .UK.M'E. P. Fi?: ? "' ? s p Wai arell i^ntntra% ktaaa K. v., i.. iBa i. F?B*a W. i.. Learaa i a. ar.v. W >. M-a 1 g v Ifa, Knox vtlle, 1 J. K Dwyer, Kr.oxville. Tenu. T. Duncan, Kartiord. On. T C Caaey, u"a?hlaa> t-.n .1 K Kollli i W. PYaw. Cedaxl irat, PT. Ji A. C. .foneh. E J H. Paraoaa, I ^ka. A. L. Pareonc. Topeka. Ui - a ftreoaa. Topeaa. J. lf. Payti-a. 0 8 N <;. W I'roff B <; 'E Fee CrartBnatt K. M. Wtikine n Oaaraaai ll. II. Traal. C nnatl. BTUStTEVaNT H. ll it.::- N ? ' k .1. II Havlli i Imub. r E. CatJwatl Phlladelphla H' Rainf, rth.' - .1 B. tfoi re, li. trolt. aiLBET. .t Foraytha, Owego. ii M. y - ?:-, innT.t -. '' H. /vana, Hudi ?? B. I". Hi-thup, Ontarki. R. 1". ll.-:vy. Bt. Paul. .i M Bgan, Hi Paal \. . F l'i Inceton, n. Baker, PueUo, Coi A .i V'awger, Bucyrua, Ohlo. it. i'ih... BaltlBk ?? H I' l.allln. .s nn;- ? - .i. i:. Dutton. Chlcagn A. D. Ai. ?*nd i !-a'.:lrr.jra. M. A. R<vldy. PMla '? IPWa B. B. Wl Ittak siug?r t-. - i Queea S wlfa Ubeay. WFSTMINSTUt w>?t, N B. Allen C. lt I . Bgea* T. Itodgaon, Buffalo Mi-. K. ll Hollla au burn. Ura \ \ ii . aa> bui I.. a w. Btack S wife Pitta bur?. v I>i-iialierly It "''?. .1 i- 11. , J. C. Champlon, Rome. i \n Orake, i ??-tjrg. N I .? Carpentar x.-?r-ll'?a H ? i" klnaon i.-?- Ang*. \ \ laa ,i s k denl aogh I *'?'?'? F, Henderaon, Ottaara. i .-? m. il. Hendera n, Ottawa i: a Anabte, 8u?q?ia H. .1. Fo tn. i Uontreal. A. ?'. M'lllUmaoa, Tomnto. Mlaa M. r Kan " yTf*' ?t. v. Uln au. I.. ulavlllf , rlei ? \ B QRAND t'XIOX. BBJOXBBMt .\v thk ricoc mirnn *i ? An Bflrtertatnment waa ajtvea laal ei nlng la the l-ctiive-rootn of Ibe Pro-Catbedral, al Ko 188 itaB" ton-at., for the benefli of the i>a> Nuraary of the church, whlch la eUclentl) conducted bj Deaeaa . ?s Brown, at No lil Raaei - Th. programaae , a oi.n: ition ol Mra J ??'? ? \v?* *a, wl k voct i inati nta mualcal *?-'? ? nlment. The wax v. >i '? ?/?i a ?'< II ? eti'.'-l ia a Ui |e ii imb i ? l >n?eB, actlve workera in Ihe churcl who were heartliy appl kuded by tbe many j.? other perforrn i? wei ? Mlaa Rhulta, kii ' M1M Weldhelm, pianlat, and M I i Taj ^r.ino aolol t. The cntertalhmeni w..s managed by Johi I. Merriii. ir, wl lo was BBalated b) Mlaa at ?? 1'cidiie, Mr la -s, Mr M.hi'iumik rv nt: -l ot her nirm bara of th- church Amopg the peraona in attaaaj; aaoa were Mrs Dr. Ptffard Ilra Whlppla ?n<J daughter, Mrs mii?s. wldow of the former reetarfj the church. and Mr. anl Mrs. perdue, of Eaat Orange, N J CHR1STMAS NOVELTIES. 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