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Ij|* pUNT^pNEfbHNIXERE Autumn Weddings on the Horizon. We have made many artistic .gift bits. TEA TABLES Exquisite little ones for 1&25 are decorative shrines for the "cup that cheers"'; quaintly shaped with graceful spiral curved legs. Those of two-tiers in Queen Anne style are Just rfgttt for the tea-tray. Our tea-trays in mahogany for $11.00 Are fit companions for the most elegant tables some with rich handles and filagree rims; trays with brass handles, and the more simpler plat ter-like trays. Muffin Stands In mahogany for $10.50. Beauty, durability and economy in every piece that you "BUY^OFTHe MAKER" Geo. C. Flint Co, 43.45 ano"47 WEST 23 ' ST.. NEAR BROADWAY. FACTORY: 154-ANOIS6.WEST I9?STPCE£ WESTCII ESTER COUNTY. XEW-ROCKELL,E. Richard 8. Emmet, the lawyer, fell downstairs yesterday at his home. In Pelham Road, and broke his right leg near the hip. A few month^>ago Mr. Kmmet, in g-ettitng off a cable car In the city, fell and broke his left leg in the same place. He is Dearly eighty years old, but he was recovering nicely when the accident of yesterday occurred. l>rs. Beyea and Codding set the leg, and, notwith- Handing Mr. Emmet's age, he is bearing up under his injuries as well as can be expected. The Republicans of this city are arranging for a I'ig Sound Money parade, to he held on Wednes day night, October 17. They expect to have about two thousand men In line, and have Invited all of the uniformed campaign clubs in Westchpster County. Frederick Remington, the artist and au thor, will probably be invited to bead the parade as grand marshal. The family and friends of James Lynch, of this city, are trying to get him out of the Army. Lynch is only nineteen years old. T •• family has not h*ard from the young soldier since the fall of Tien- Tsin and fears that something may have happened to him. MOUNT VERNON. The tenth anniversary of the Church of the As cension :s to l^ celebrated next Sunday with a spe cial service. On the Tuesday following the rector, the Rev. F. M. S. Taylor, and his family will give a reception in the rectory. Mrs. Carrie Gerow Ham, who la In charge of the local funds for the Galveston victims, has col lected 513775 and forwarded it. The Republican Campaign Committee has in vited all who are in favor of Found money to come to Lincoln Hal! to-night, where the Issues of the campaign will lie discussed by Congressman James S. Sherman, of T'tica. The McKlnley and Roose velt Sound Money Marching Club will eECOrt the speaker to the hall. PEEKSKILL. The dedication of the Yorktown Monument, set for October 22, has been postponed until the spring. The monument Is about completed. Judge L. H. BleaUey, of Verplancks, has bought from Viola Bennett, of Brooklyn, her property in Park-st.. formerly known as the Jerrold property. There never was so much demand for houses in P»-rk>k;!l before as there is now. The Junior Union, of Cortlandtown, has elected for the ensuing year these officers: President. Mrs. Cansells; vice-president. Miss Kellogg, and secre tary-treasurer. Miss Swift. The Republicans of the Hid Assembly District of "Westehester County will hold their convention at Palmer's Hotel, Croton Dam. to-day at 11 o'clock. James K. Apgar, the present Assemblyman, will be renominated by acclamation. General E. A. Me •Alpin making the nominating speech. TARBTTOWN. John Die tz was arre«=tcil here yesterday for shoot ree rray squirrels. He was caught on John V. Rockefeller's property. He was fined $15. V- INKERS. The will of Michael Mooney. late Alderman In rs and a prominent Democratic leader in Westchester County, w;tF admitted to probate yes terday. It leaves the entire estate of $26,000 to his wif. , Kliza llooney. HASTINGS. The Board of Village Trustees and citizens of Hastings have refused to grant the application of the Yonkers Railroad Company for a franchise to construct and operate a Trolley road from the Tinkers City line through th« village. The Presbytery of \\ • ■--• ■'■ • s*.-r County Is sbout to disband the Hasting? Presbyterian Church, ow ing to the reclaiming of the Church property by the Baptist Church Association. MAMARONECK. A rumher of prominent citizen?; <,f this place have been re tbe Westchester County _i\-.- testimony to-day regarding the manner In whlcb tbe Tarrytown, White JMjiins i>n<l Jtamaroneck Railway received a fran gh the vlllase when most of the prop <-ri\ own*-!- route w.-r.- opposed to it rst voted n«.t m give the company ■ franchlw of them changed his mind, a n^.«-«-tit.ir was hurriedly called and the fran chise «ras put through. It la r'-]H,rted that some of the residents haw employed detectives and ob tniv.f<i certain evidence which will be given to the Orand J-jry After the lnv( stigation into the village Is <;ii? th:it an Inquiry may he roade •-■his- which the company boTde in the unincorpor., • the town. VARIETY ENTERTAINMENTS. i "Trenton" sras the WH at Keith's yecterdav' ™ «•• A Sunday with Aunt by Mar}- Duponl and ("harle« .: "The Bachelor Club." llarrigan, ArviJ Anderson and Barrere and Jules Waxworks, movlne pictiir^s and concerts were, as ■sa*J. ' ona al the ICd^n Musee yesterday. Tlir- customary two performances were given at a.- Bial'e Music Hall yesterday, the bill in cluding Bessie Bonehill. Josephine K;ihei. Richard Uarlow. Charles T. Aldrfeh. tramp jugs^er: Cush rloloomb and Curtis. Blocksom and Hums Hart, M< I; - .■• and West. Instrumentalists - JJ'^bb nr - <i H :i:::;i<ls; the Wilson ramily' Beiie Williams. Edward Estus. Kmily Joxon and >gs. The continuous oerfonnancc at Tony Pastor's Theatre yesterday was made up of Montgomery and Stone, Stine and Evans, Miss Emma earns, Lyons and Crosrley, the Ruby sisters, .1. Knox Gavin and Jennie Platt. Haynes and Redmond. Foetelle and Em met t, Bicknell, in clay modelling- Clayton and Deshon. Miss Belle Hathaway and her acrobatic and gymnastic baboons and "monkeys- Barrett and learned. Thurman, card manipulator; Mile. I.a Toska, contortionist, and the vitagraph. A cage tall Of trained lions pavn a performance yesterday at Proctor's Twenty-third Str<-.n The atre. The HrotrK-rs Damm wrre seen In an aero ■ .-. and other features w.-rr Kmily l.yt d her company. Ettinson and Merton. William Wtndom and thtr Blackstone quartet, the- Seven Reed Birds. ;he three L>< Ricney sisters, Marc Sartejia, the Martinis, Max Rttter and the kala techno;- Mclntyre and Heatll gave th^lr new farce "On Guard" yesterday at Proctor's Fifth Avenue The atre. Cheridah Simpson appeared in a musical act, and the other features were Wright Huntlnßton and his company, the thr Powers brothers the Brothers Bard. Won and Williams, the Davenport hrothors\ Dooling and Brennan, J. W. Bln^nam Imogene Comer and new moving kalatechnoscope pictures. Dog actors were favorites at Proctor's Pleasure Palace yesterday <n the dog drama, '"Nell's Friend." Charley Case told anecdotes. Among the many more -were the Dunham family, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Murphy, Hamilton Hill, the three Westons. Anna Teresa Bern r. Rae and Brosche. the Sisters Law rence, Gordon H. Eldrtd and the kalatechnoscope. Paplnta. In her Illuminated dances, was seen for the first time la Harlem yesterday, at Proctor's One-hundred-ar.d-twenty-fifth Street Theatre. The rest of the programme Included Mi!.-. Marzella's trained birds. Hugh Stanton and Florence Modena, Josephine Gassman and hr-r pickaninnies. Ida Van SlCien and her company. John D. Gilbert. Morton and Klliott. Mason and Frances, Ernest NUarras, liurkt-'H musical dogs and the kalatechnoscope. 117/./. OP U. 17.1 GRIGGS. The will of Elizur D Grlßgs, of New-Rochelle. has been admitted to probate In White Plains. The --.i?#- Is valued at ?330.0»— tSOO.dOO In personal and tSO.OfiO In real property. The testator's widow, Sylvia E. Gritfjcs, is made the sole beneficiary dur ing her life, and at her death the property is to be divided equally between Sylvia E. Pride and Jennie X Co.'ley. daughters. A clause in the will pro vides that should Mrs Griprßs marry the property 'f- to be squally divided between her two daughters. ilrs Qrjfpr and tie daughters axe named as « ■•CBUISSt SALE OF SILK PETTICOATS. To Clear Wholesale Stock. l,sOO* Taffetas Silk Petticoats. Wfth wide Spanish flounces, finished with various fashionable accordeon pleated or gathered flounces, hemmed or rose quilled edge. A complete range of delicate, • medium and deep colors. $6.75 each; • t ...... i Retail prices fIIO.OO to 912.00. JAMES McCREERY & CO., Broadway and 11th St. PAJAMAS. Made of basket-weave Oxford Cloth. With military collar, self loops, — side fastenings. Excellent cut and finish. Colors :— Pink, blue and helio trope, $1.50 each ; Vnlue flt.OO and fU.SO. JAMES McCREERY & CO., Broadway and 11th St. HOME NEWS. PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. ALBKMARLE-M. A. Oudln, of Scheneetady, and R. G. Erwin. of Hartford. CONTINENTAL— Tbe Rev. Frederick Brown, of Tlen-Tsin, China. EV KRETT—RosweII Randall Hoes, I'nitod States battleship Kearsarge. FIFTH AYFATE-Ex-Gov ernor John P. Altgeld, of Chicago; Colonel George \V. Hooker. State Railway Commissioner, of Brat tleboro. Vt., and George W. Dunn, State Railway < 'ommlsslonfr, of Blnghamton. GILSEY — Dr. Thomas Hall Watson, of Philadelphia. HOFFMAN —Anthony N. Brady, of Albany; Frank Campbell, of Bath, and Colonel A. M. Dickinson, of Water bury. HOLLAND— General John C. Black, of Chi cago, and Caryl D. Hasklns. of Schenectady. IM PERIAL.—C. W. E. de Malons, of England. MAN HATTAN—CoIoneI M. S. Hem, V. S. A. MURRAY HlLL— George P. Folts, of Herklmer; George Saw tor, United States Consul, Hamburg; J. de Koven Alpop. of New-Haven, and R, F. Grlggß, of Water bury. PLAZA— Clement Blddle, U. 8. N. STT'RTE VANT—CoIoneI R. Floyd-Jones, of South Hero, Vt., and C. M. Harris. State College, Pennsylvania. VICTORIA— The Rev. Robert F. Ke.nedy, of Savan nah; A. A. Farley, of Quebec; Judge T. New, Mans field, Ohio; Colonel L. T. Ford, of Elmira; Major Thomas Pinckney, of Charleston, S. C. ; Colonel J. W. Reynolds, of Erie, and Colonel Wilson Brown, of Harrisburg. WALDORF-ASTORIA— Davis El klns, of West Virginia; Colin H. Livingston, of Elkins, W. Va.; Robert Bage Kerr, of Lakewood; A. Goldenwalter, of Russia; George R. Webb, of Baltimore, and A. M. Parks, of Cleveland. WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. Memorial meeting of the Bar, County Courthouse, 10:30 a. m. Aqueduct Commissioners' meeting. Regular session of the Pilot Commissioners. Meeting of the Charter Revision Commission, afternoon. Municipal AR^mbly, afternoon. Bar Association. 8 p. m. Social Reform Club, No. 45 University Place, 8 p. m. Church Association for the Advancement of the Interests of Labor, No. 225 West Nlnety-nimh-st., «:15 p. m. Republican mass mpeting, Teutonla Assembly Rooms. Slxteenth-.^t.. near Thlrd-ave., evening. Anti-Imperialist meeting, One-hundred-and-tenth st., between Amsterdam-aye. and Broadway, even- Ing. Democratic Senate conventions, Brooklyn, even- Ing. Meeting of the Riverside and Mornlngslde Heights Association, One-hundred-and-sixth-st. and Broad way, evening. Board of Education, fre^ lecture, St. Peter's Hall, West Twentieth-st., 8 p. m. Torrey Botanical Club, College of Pharmacy, No. nr, West Bixty-elghth-st., 8 p. m. Llnnsean Society, Museum of Natural History, 8 p. m. Mass meeting of Republican women, No. 737 Broadway, 7:30 p. m. NEW-YORK CITY. A stated meeting of the Bar Association will be held to-night at 8 o'clock at the house of the asso ciation. A regular meeting of the Society of the War Vet erans of the 7th Regiment will be held on Thurs day evening at tbo Arena, No. 39 West Thirty flrst-st. The exercises of the Bench and Bar Association In memory of Justice Frederick Smyth, of the Supreme Court, will be held this morning in Trial Term, Part IX. County Courthouse. Justice Van Brunt will preside. The arrival here from Bremen yesterday of the steamer Trave. of the North German Lloyd Line, completed the 200 th trip of her commander. Captain H. Chrlstofter^, across the Atlantic in the service of the line The heads of the departments of Simpson, Craw ford & Simpson gave a farewell dinner at Wallace's Hotel on Saturday night to Alexander Wyllle, who for etc VCD years had been their superintendent. Mr. Wyllle is to become a partner In a drygoods linn in New-Bedford, Mass. The first autumn moo'lng of the New-York State Society of Certified Public Accountants was held In the offl>e of the society, at No. 30 Broad-st., yes terday afternoon. Charlea W. Hasklns. president of the society, made »n addrr-ss, in whl^h h» re ferred to the public appreciation of public ac countancy as a distinct profession. The Massachusetts Club of the State of New- York Is being organized in this city. Many former Massachusetts men live here, and the formation of the club has been long considered. Congressman Henry F. Naphen. of Massachusetts. | a the first non-resident member listed. Inquiries relative to membership should be addressed to Jamf-s A. Fran cis, No. 1,352 Broadway. SUCCUMBS TO UEMORY OF HORROR WEALTHY MAN*, WHOSE WIFE AND SON WERE KILLED IN EXPLOSION AND WHO WAS HIMSELF BURNED, DIES. Alfred Eugene Crow, whose wife, Lillian Crow, and sixteen-year-old son Harold, were blown up in a naphtha launch explosion at New-Kochelle while they were returning from the Larchmont Yacht Club regatta on July 23. .lied suddenly yesterday morning at his home In that city from apoplexy. In the accident In which his wife and son were killed Mr. Crow was terribly burned and mangled and for weeks he lay hovering between life and' death. Hi.- physical Injuries finally healed, so that he could get out. but the awful memories of the explosion preyed heavily on his mind. For weeks he has been in the habit of visiting Hudson Park to look out on the Sound where the boat blew up' but he never could be Induced to enter the club houses again. Of late Mr. Crow had tempted to find relief from melancholy In playing golf and other out-of-door games. Yebterday morning soon after arising be became dared, and then suddenly died in his room. The death of Mr. Crow leaves only one surviving mem ber of a family of four, a son. Clinton, seventeen years old. Mr. Crow was a son of Langstan* Crow, a builder, and was forty-two year.- old. He Inher ited a fortune from his father, and was the owner of considerable real estate In Harlem Mr Crow had lived in Pelham Road, New-Rochelle for sev eral years, and was a well xnown member of the y«..'ht and rowing clubs of that city. The Rev. Dr. Charles F. Cant-dy. of the Episcopal church, will conduct Uie funeral services, and burial will be to Woodlawn. Cemetery. NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1900. Broadway and 11th Street. Linen Sale. Clearance of Wholesale Stock. Table - Cloths, Napkins and Towels at about one -half usual retail prices. 2,000 Table Cloths. 2x2 $1.95 and $2.40 2x2 1-2 2.45 " 3.00 2x3 2.90 " 3.60 3,000 Dozen Napkins. 5-8 $2.10 and $2.40 per doz. 3-4 2.50 " 3.60 •• 3,000 Dozen Huck Towels. Hemmed $1.50 Hemstitched $3.00 " 2.00 M 4.50 " 3.00 " 5.00 About 1,500 Table - Cloths, — handsome patterns, — finest quality linen, 3 1-2 to 5 yards. At less than half-price. JAMES MeCBEEBI & CO., Broadway and 11th St. WILLS HER PROPERTY TO BENEFACTOR. A SCHOOL TEACHER REMEMBERS THE SUPERIN TENDENT WHO SAVED HER HER PLACE. Frederick Seymour, superintendent of the White Plains Waterworks, has just been Informed that he Is the sole legatee to am estate worth several thousand dollars In Watertown, N. Y. The prop erty was willed to Mr. Seymour by Miss Emma J. Xorris, a school teacher In Watertown, who died a few dayp ago. Miss Norrls made the bequest to pay a debt of gratitude. Several years ago Mr. Sey mour was Superintendent of Schools In Water town. Because of political reasons, it Is said, cer tain members of the Board of Education tried to get rid of Miss Xorris, who was then past middle age. Mr. Seymour insisted that so good a teacher as Miss Norrls should be retained. His fight for her was successful. Miss Xorrls remained in the schools until the Illness that caused her death "I am as surprised as any one. 11 said Mr Sey mour yesterday. "I have not seen the lady for a lon* while, and the whole thing was unexpected I do not know the value of the property " WANT CHICAGO FRANCHISES TAXED. Chicago. Oct. B.— A petition for a writ of man damus to compel the Cook County Board of As sessors to file with the County Clerk a statement setting forth the value of the capital stock and bonds of Chicago's great franchise corporations was filed In the. Circuit Court to-day by Miss Catherine GogKln, head of the Chicago Teachers' Federation. The petitioner asks that the assessors be compt'iied to list the intangible property of twen ty-three concerns, the value of whose property is alleged, under oath, to ho $265.10:>.312. Against this B ii m tne looal 'axing bodies have found only (32 - 2/8, (4.i worth of tangible property. It is to preclude the difference. *23. r ..529.567, representing their fran chises, from escaping taxation, that the suit has been brought. Announcements. E. &W. DRESS SHIRTS. E. &W. Perfect In every detail. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. MINIATURE ALMANAC. Sunrise 6:(B|SunEet 5:301 Moon rises urn 8:051 Moon's age 1." HIGH WATER. A.M.— Hook 7:45 1 G0v. Island 8:17' Hell Gate 10 00 P.M.— Sandy Hook S:00 Gov. Island 6:38. Hell Gate 10:27 INCOMING STEAMERS. TO-DAY. Vessel. From. Line. El Norte New-Orleans. October 2 Morgan Flaxman ...St Lucia, October 1 Lamp-Holt Finance, Colon, October 1 Panama R R Hildur Curacao, October 1 Red •'!>'• State of Nebraska — September 27 Allen State WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10. Westernland Antwerp. September 26. ... Red Star Manila Gibraltar, September 26 Italian Kaiserln M. Theresta.Hremen. October 2 N G Lloyd THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11. Laura Hamburg. September 26. N0 Am Trans Germanic ..Liverpool, October 8 White Star Kervla Liverpool. October 2 , c x ',- ),i) ,i Concho Galveston, October 2 V. .Mallory OUTGOING STEAMERS. TO-DAY. Vessel. For. Line.. Malls close. Vessel sails Hamilton. Norfolk, Old Dominion 3:Wpm Lahn. Bremen, N (i Lloyd 7:00 am 10:00 am Alliance. Colon, Panama H R. ...*..... 9:30a. -n l - 00pm Tartar Prince, Azores. Prince 9:ooam 11:00 am Madlana. St Thomas. Quebec 12:30pm 8:00pm Belgravla, Hamburg, Hamb-Am '00 am Georgic, Liverpool, White Star WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10. Teutonic, Liverpool. White 5tar..).... 0:00 am 12-00 m, Jamestown, Norfolk. Old Dominion.... 3-00 pm New- York. Southampton, American... 7:ooam 10 a m Southwark, Antwerp. Red Star 10:30 am 12-00 m City of Washington, Havana. 1:00pm 3 OK D m Comanche. Charleston. Clyde 8-00 '. m Lampasas, Galveston. Mallory 3-00 d m Antllla. Nassau, Bahamas 1:00pm 8:00 d m Kelvernon. Haiti. Cameron 10:00 a m I" -00 ■ Chicago City, Bristol, Bristol city Zl Mas.«upequa. Havre. French Mercator, Yucatan, N V & Cuba. 11:30 am 1:00 pm THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11. Augusts Victoria. Hamburg 6:30 am 10 00 am La Touraln*. Havre, French 0:30 am 10 00 a m Jefferson. Norfolk. Old Dominion «^am 8:00 a m Grosser Kurfur-t. Bremen. N (1 Lloyd. ICHioam Pretoria. Bermuda, Quebec 8:00 am 10:00 am Saratoga. Nassau. N V & Cuba 1:00 pm 3:00 pin Yucatan. ProKreso N V & Cuba 1:00 pm 8:00 Dm El Norte. New-Orleans, Morgan 3:oopm SHIPPING NEWS. PORT OF YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1000. ARRIVED. Steamer City of Rome (Br>, Baxter, Glasgow September 27 and Moville 28, with mdse. SS4 cabin and 3fi4 steera*! passengers to Henderson Bros. Arrived at the Bar at d:ls a m. and anchored on account of fog Steamer New-York. Roberts, Southampton and Chrr bourg. October 1. with mrtse. 67r> cabin and 258 »teera*« passengers to the International Navigation Company Apl rived at the liar at 12:12 p m. f«"J. Ar- Steamer Knight Templar (Br). Finis, North Shields fh e Pt H^a r tTp ln mbßllaFt'm bBllaFt ' l ° X ° rtOn & W « Steamer Jupiter (Rrt. Bruce. Shields September «•« i n baHa«. t> Peter Wright & Sons. Arrived at the lt?f a" Steamer Trave iGer) Chrlstoffers. Bremen September 20 Southampton and Cherbourg. SO. with mdse •>£ ,^»fn and 248 steerage passengers to Oelrlch & Co. Arrive,! J. the Bar at 12:40 p. in. Armed at Steamer Uaasdam (Dutchi, Bakker, Rotter.lam Rr>t»m ber 27. and Boulogne 28. with md«.. 143 rat,™ and -T.T steerage passengers to the Holland— America line ' */" rived at the Mar st 8 a m. "' Ar- Steamer Manilla (Itnl). r.avlna. Genoa S^ntemtw-r to Naples 22 and Gibraltar 20. with mdse mS '"i 1.166 steerage pa**enger. to Herzel. Feltmann & ,v, V? rived at the Bar at 8 p m. Ar St eamer Rath.. <Ur). Ni«l» t. Sourabava August i c arang 8. Tegs! 10. Port Said September OAteiJ?"} and Delaware Breakwater October 7. with sugar ' r ,' ,1' American Sucar Kenning Company, vessel 'to pi? Edye & Co. Arrived at the Bar at « a m Punch, Steamer Frh»catl (Br). Wills. Montego Bay nnrt r»«,» Maria October 2. with mdse to J E Kerr &J o Arrived at the Bar at U a m. Arrived Steamer Captain Bennett (Nor). OUen Port \i i» .„.» Port Antonio October 8, with mdse and i cab „„ a a anJ to^t^ L'nlted Prult Company. Arrived at the "a? It Kteamer Alene (Br). l-mit, Ktagatoa September -• .savanllla 2tt. Carthaswia 27. Qreytown 28 and Port ij m ™ October 1. with mdse and 17 cabin passenger^ L pfST Forwood & KeUock. Arrived at the Bar at »V. £ Steamer I'roteus. Gager. New-Orleans October * m th indue and passengers to 1: s Allen ■ w!tri auamer Manna Hata, Charles, Baltimore with nnl» to Steamer Rio (3rande. John.ton., Brunswick Ort^t^r 5 with mdse and passrogen to C I! Mallory & c, Steamer Mannahata, ° harlM ' Batttmor*, with mdae to Bteamef Bovlc (Hr). Jones. Mvirpool September «q wlthm^^o the W»it. Star 1.m., ArrlvfJ »"'^ £ Steamer Jessica (Br), Drewery, Colon Septemtier ' ■*■* with mdM <o the Panama Railroad Bs c °- fcrrtvLi the lUr .it h 3<i h m " m * ut bf!Sf; y cloudy. ° Ct X " ' S<> ! ' "' - Wln " "**"«. fresh SAILED. Steamers Thordia (Nor), for St Naialre. etc- rtHsllißill Baltimore: City of Kacon. Boston: Cocoa jßck"nvTne:j B ck"nvTne : Prtncee. Anne. Norfolk and Newport News: Al»Wui£ -^^lesto* and Jackapnvllle; Origin tNorj. fialvMto^ THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS. FOREIGN PORTS. Liverpool, Oct 7 — Arrived, steamer Umbrla (Br). Dut ton. New- York. London. Oct — Sailed, steamer Indranl (Br). Firth. New-York. Dover, Oct B—Passed,8 — Passed, steamer Aleppo (Br), Forth. New-York for Hull. Bcl!ly. Oct 8. 3:35 p — Passed, steamer St Germain (Fr). l;arKll!lnt, New-York for Havre. Plymouth. Oct — Sailed, steamer Weehawken (Br), Robinson, New-York. Isle of Wight, Oct 7— Passed, steamers Trader (Br), Hutchinson. Antwerp fr.r New-York; Rotterdam (Dutch). Voege. New-York for Rotterdam. Southampton. Oct 8. 3:10 p m — Arrived, steamer Kaiser Wilhelm der Groese (Ocr), Enitelbart. New-York via Cherbourg for Brerren (and proceeded). Dundee. Oct 6 — Sailed, steamer Critic (Br), Griffin. New- York. Stettin, Oct Arrived, steamer Ladjr Armstrong (Br), Abbott, New- York via Copenhagen. Antwerp. Oct — Arrived, steamers Bremerhaven (Dutch). Nlnnes. New-York: 7. British Klnjr (Br). Pat tins, New-York; La Flandre (Dutch), Oortglese, New- York. Cherbourg. Oct B—Arrived,8 — Arrived, steamers Prlnsess Irene (Ger). \\>ttin. New- York for Bremen (and proceeded); 7. sailed. !>»utschland (Ger), Albers (from Hamburg and Southampton), New-York. St Michaels. (Jet 7 — Arrived, steamer Phopbus (Ital), Figari (from Porto Empedocle), for New- York. St Vincent, C V. Oct — Sailed, steamer Gymerlc (Br), Thomson, New-York. Gibraltar, Oct — Arrived, steamer Clinton (Br), Frost. Sourabaya via Algiers tor New- York. Colombo, Oct o—Sailed,0 — Sailed, steamer Celtic Princess (Er), Morrison (from Calcutta), New-York. Cape Spartel, Oct Si — Passed, steamer Archlmede (Ital), Or<>ngo, New- York for Naples. 9a*res, Oct — Passed, steamer Plcqua (Br). Talt, New- YorU for Genoa, etc. Marseilles. Oct 6 — Arrived, steamer Neustrla (Fr). Sagols. New-York; Bth, sailed, steamer Caprlvl (Nor), Nielsen. New-York. • Genoa, Oct H, ."> p — Arrived, steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II (Ger), Hogemann. New-York via Naples. Malta, Oct — Passed, steamer Indravelll (Br). Oaven. Yokohama, etc. for New- York; Westburn (Br>, Bell, New- York via Madeira for Bombay, etc. Suez. Oct B—Arrived,8 — Arrived, steamer Richmond Castle (Br), Clancarthy. Yokohama, etc, for New York. Auckland, Sept 2H — Arrived, steamer Indramayo (Br). Trotter. New-York via St Vincent. C V, etc. Singapore, Oct 7 Sailed, steamer Glenesk (Br), from Nagasaki, etc. for New-York. Manila, Oct 7— Arrived, steamer Glenturret (Br), Web ster, New- York via Singapore. .SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS. San Francisco, Oct. B.— There was great activity in North and Middle Comstocks to-day, Ophlr sell ing to 88 and Gould & Curry to 65. Twenty-one thousand shares were sold In the morning and about ten thousand In the afternoon. Closing quo tations: Alta .„ 02 Kentucky Con <H Alpha Con 04! L Wash Con 03 Andes 10; Mexican 38 Itelcher 19 Occidental Con 08 Best & Belcher 17, Ophlr 88 Bullion 03 Overman 11 Caledonia 46! Potosl .24 Challenge Con 23 Savage 29 ("hollar 2tt! Sag Belcher 02 Confidence 75 Sierra Nevada 88 Con cal & Va 1.30] Standard 5.90 Con Imperial 13 Syndicate .04 Crown Point 14 St Louis 14 Gould & Curry «f, Union Con 26 Hale & Norcross SK'l'tnh Con 11 Julia US) Yellow Jacket 23 Justice 00| COLORADO SPRINGS STOCKS. Closing quotations on the Colorado Springs Min ing Sto^k Exchange, furnished by William P. Bon bright & Co.. of Colorado Springs: •Bid. Asked. I Bid. Asked. Alamo 11", Portland 338 346 Jttle Puck 11H ll%ll*nlon 10 12 Magnet Rock... a 1 * 3T» ■ Vindicator 130 140 Pilgrim — 10 Work 24 26 Rose Maud 8H 8H; Acacia 384 — Trachyte OV4 7 Battle Mountain. 24 I.*1 .* 244 Argentum-Jun .28 27 ci City & Man. 104 it)H Anaconda 43 4 45 j Copper Mountain 44 4H Cripple Crk Con 12 12 V . (Damon 18 is^ Elkton Con 17.">H 1764 i Gold Coin — 700 Findley 1514 154|Gold King 120 126 ingham 1»4 194iGold Sovereign.. 7*i 7H Isabella 884 894 Mountain Beauty 8*» 6% Lexington 14 — IMnuot Rosa 62 60 Moon Anchor... 31 — |Pappcoie 74 7% Pinnacle 184 17% | CVmiiGcmcnia. HARLEM Evs. * 16. Only Matinee Sat.. 2:13. 351%& OTIS SKINNER PRINCE OTTO II C" DA I Pi SQUARE 1 EVERY EVO.. 8:15. ntnALU THEATRE. | MATS. WED. & SAT. "The Greatest Success In Town." — Evg. Sun. ARIZONA »■&££" Next Sun. — Kaltenborn Concert. Soloist, Schuirann-Helnk. 225 SAVOY *SST&. TO-NIGHT THE MILITARY maid. JOSEPHINE HALL. Strong company, large chorus. HAMMERSTEIN'B VICTORIA Evs.S:3o. Sat.Mat. St..Bway & 7th Ay. »l**lViVrt. Gen. Adm.. 60c. THE ROGERS BROS. | Matinee Prices. 60 73c.. TU /^cutdai f > \ L»k' " J - 2*o Smoking or Drtnk 111 CENTRAL HARK lnK at Matinee!. THEATRE REPUBLIC Evss, 8:15. Matinees Wed. & Sat.. 2:15. I IC" D IV I I— V "Dickens himself never r~l I l» I\l I i drew finer character i I ■ *«— 111' •— i sketches."— Evg. Sun | SAG 1 ABBOTT ("BETTER THAN SHORE ACHES.»'» n^TFR I?Rr IF VSI 23<? • BOc • 75c - Boxes, 100 MJolCn \CQVj. llledcle Bonehlll, Josle Sabel X. PI Al'^ I MAT. ißlch. Harlow. ( has T Aldrlch & DIAL O JdaILT. l^ewls & Ryan. 20 others! The Xew C.lory SAM BERNARD. Dick Ist Mtd-Wk of the Bernard and VIRGINIA MAT I. MCE PACIMni EARU In "THE Tmw(\Vfc;u» UMOIIMU! IBELLBOF BOHEMIA.-Evry Seat 60c. bijou sar^rssi. to-night DIJUU M a t B . \\e^. & Sat. I O-niGHT HENRIETTA CROBSMAN MIQTDCCO MCI I In the Merry Nell Gwyn Play. l"lw I nLoj DitLL lltVl\<i IM.ACE THEATRE! E> e . at 8:13 To-night & Wed. Halm's Comedy. '•'WIL.IJPErER." Ttiur . Fri. & Sat. Bvsjs., ••I'llOIlEHKIEL." «> * WORLD IN WAX. Tv Oi-ouds T BDBD 1 POWELL-The Man of Myitlre I SIISEE. | tJXEMATO«ikAPII. <8>- <> Hear the Neapolitan Orchestra. Morning and Afternoon Concerts and charming ?ail on the majestic Hudson. £V-e Day Una »<lvi.. steamboat and cxc. column*. PROCTOR'S gontinuoas I 15-25-50 C. rnUU lun Performance , Vaudeville. 23d St. lit 1 ?*: *' lMnka '» '-» r » Kmlly I-ytton A <■. ;\\.n.!tn yulntette. Stlnnon A Merton sth AVC Mclnt >' r< * & Heath. CherlUah Simpson. 011 l n»t, Wright Huntlnicton A Cb.. 3 IV.w«-» Bro*. SStfl St O.rny-St«-pheniT I StlJsssr Dog», Dunhams 0011 l 31, Family. C. Cage. Mr. A Mrs. Mark Murphy «9^rli^# I'aplnta. Myriad -duncer. Marxella'a Blrdi, I^Olll 31. IStanton * M draa, J. Gascman * neks. PASTOR'S rONTINl'Ol'fl SHOW. 14th Street SEATS. 20 & .'Mi <'ENTS. DAY AND NIGHT MONTGOMERY A STONE. STINB A EVANS. 14T1I ST. THEATRE, nr flth Ay. Mati. Wed. & Sat Su.rr.. of lost river ■•Iteailwa reltni from flx»t to la«t. p '-»JOUIU»'AU Important to Housekeepers. Important to Housekeepers. ©'NeilFs A Timely Offering of Housekeeping Goods! We offer to-day a large assortment of Housekeeping Goods at Special Prices. The lot comprises Dinnerware, Toiletware, Glass ware, Kitchen Goods and other Household Articles needful at this time. Here are a few of the inducements offered. Read them, they're interesting: Dinnerware. v ot^s^v**.* English Porcelain Dinner Sets of 130 pieces. H OUSeholu UOOCIS. new shape, Lilac Border pattern, nn no Wrought Iron Umbrella Stands . . . 98c gold handles and edges .... £«.•■ Curtain Frames. 6x12 feet 1.48 American Porcelain Sets of 100 pieces, *7 7C Cutting Tables, 36-inch, with meas- nf^ Fine Underglaze Gray Decoration, 1. 19 urc, nicely varnished .6* American Porcelain Sets of 112 pieces, Card Tables, covered in red or green. 2.25 Pink Border Decoration, Excep- J J QO Towel Rings na tional Value at 1 1. 3D Towel Arms (3 arms) 1O«* in addition to these we offer , Special Lot «££, ggf^T? ; '. \ \ of Decorated Clothes Wringers, /cry/ cry strong, ten jj| Porcelain Dinnerware inch rolls . 1.41 AT LESS THAN MAKERS COST. , , ard Wood Floor Mops 50 C Vegetable Cutters '4.1 c Toilet SetS. Sale of Baby Carriages! American Porcelain Toilet Sets of nine A Special Lot of Baby Carriages, with pieces, an assortment of decora- Anr heavy Roll Rubber Tired Wheels, Para tions to choose from L.Lv sol included, Twelve Piece Toilet Sets, handsomely 9.98 each, decorated in colors, gold traced and ft nr /— -v . lined, Roll Edge basin D.ZD Grocery Dept. cA Complete Line, of Jardinieres And Pedestals. If YOU buy your groceries here you buy ft all the newest shapes and colors, at lowest prices, the best quality in the market and at the _^ - _ a right prices. These "Specials" tor this Pressed Glassware. week only: Tumblers, each 2Hc O'Neill's New Process XXXX Flour, Til Water Pitchers, each 3Oc per barrel U.H Bowls, 8 inch lOc Same in 24 1-2 pound bags <>.> Celery Trays, each 15c O'Neill's Baking Powder, can .... 29c And hundreds of other values equally at- O'Netll's Crushed Oats, 2 pound pkgs. o7c tractive Choice Teas, all kinds, pound .... 3oc 3 ••■■•• Best Java and Mocha Coffee, pound . . 25c T~7r~~~T~~ ~ " T Jamoka Blend Coffee, pound .... 20c I All Cash Purchases except SeTrlnsr f -i, ... -, r _ Machines unit Illryolox delivered free , FanCY Maine Com, Can 9C to any railroad station within 100 ; c 1 ' 1 _ D^~r _._ g\ I miles of .New York city. I early June Peas, can l>c I , I Sugar at Refiners' Prices. SIXTH AVENUE, 20TH TO 21ST ST. Initial Autumn Exhibition. Imported Models. Gowns. Wraps. Furs. On Tuesday and Wednesday, October 9th and 10th. James McCreery & Co,, Twenty-third Street. Exhibition of , Dress Bodices *j ■ *■ ■ and Blouses, 2nd Floor. New Parisian Models, for morning or evening dress. Severe •* Tailor or elaborate designs. James McCreery & Co., Twenty-third Street. -Vmnacmcnis. RROAnWAY Theatre. B'way & 41st St. DnUHUWHI Fvgs. 8:15. Mats. Wed. A Sat IS. BLANCHE WALSH in "MICELLE," GRANDS^ JAMES & KIDDER. "A MIDSIMMEH ICIGHT*S ORGAN." I* linn IV HIUI. THEATRE. 42D ST. A LEX AYE. IttllnnAY MAIINEE EVERY IJAY. 2.4 c. 111 U II M I THIS WEEK— THE MAGISTRATE. WAI 1 llfU't H'wav A soth St. WI/\LL^^l\ 3 Eves. , S:3 o. Mats. WM. & Sat 2-13 SARAH COWKI.I | The Grt«t*si 3-,E3^CO^r3SrE Tfce'^o^d. QHTTQ \ IVIET - op - house UO A last^^mV^cert. SEATS OX SALE FRIDAY. CARNEGIE LYCEUM, S.%TI'RDAV AF»ER.\OOX, OCT. 13. at 2t30. Major .'. B. Pond announces th.' only app<\.:ai;ce this reason of . . ERNEST SETON-THOMPSON ££%*£ ANIMAL HEROES of HISTORY Res'd seats. $1. ChlMren half price. For sale at Halt. fAIIXR (i I U HAI. I, . PHILHARMONIC society 1000— Fifty-ninth Season— UiOl ' »»«■«• EMU. PAIR CONDUCTOR ElKht Public R(-ht-ar»al. on Friday aft.moons— Nov. 1«. IVc. T. Dec. 21. Jan. 11. Feb. l Feb 13 March 8. March 20. ' f °" 10 ' Elffht Concert" on Saturday evenings— Nov IT Sa%h». D * - "' *"* * "' "■ 1 " Vl> la > Mar c»> " March 30. RENEWALS of SUBSCRIPTIONS rom Oct. 15 to GENERAL SAI^E OF SUBSCRIPTIONS on and after October 29. PROSPECTVS with particulars for the season at Mumia ■tors*. Hotels, an.l on application from -»>»« a AKi. koehiii-:lex, Stc'y of X. Y. I*lll] Society, t'arnegie Hall. CARNEGIE II AI. I, ThursJav Afternoon. October 11 si 230 Schumann-Heink AM) Leonora Jackson Direction H-nrv Wolfsoha _•«.« to 12. now at Sohuberth's. a "* "^ ' cAIt X iaii II Ai.i. . TUESDAY EVBNINO. OtTPonBR I*. ,i 8l Reappearance of 1.i1.1.1\N BLjfILUVELT Grand Orchestra under the <11rpftl,>n nt FRANK VAX I»«R ITIIKKV Seats. H to 15. now at tk-bu^rW^ay^ S,^" __«'«ts. jMjl^ 12. MSj at fcs.sAllira a ! i,!.. n Rquan i»!£new POPULAR PRICES a — r YORK «2£v^?& MILLION U-w»y. *»Bt. Mil. Wii a Bit.. »ne.; DOLLAR 1 SPECIAL MENTIOy. Advertisements admitted Into these col. limns sire recommended to the readers of THE TRIBIM2 as thoroughly reliable, and business ran be done by mall with the ad* ▼ertlsers with perfect safety. Largest In the World. -f Qftf\ Every detail. . ■ 57VJU. THE THOS. J. STEWART CO 1554 Broad^TJyTxl Y. 25 CENTS A COPY Erie and r»th 5t»., to UL »»O ■ UUri. Jersey City. ■ STORAGE warehouse moving vans. THE TRIBUNE, Telephone. Send for Inter esting circular. Nrw York- RARPET QVmnsrmrniß. "y|ETHOI>OI.IT%\ OI'KRA HO) SF. ITIKT1 T IKT ) > KN(iI.ISII <.H\\U OPKR\ (O. •REMARK. W.I.X OPESIA VT REMAKXABLS PRICES • I'rvss, Oet 7-h TO-NIGHT i Th N^t,. ILTROVATORE Misses Gol.Jen. Meisslinnfr. Messrs. Fheehan O.^ff Hi^e. ■iknJISlSn T °- morTOV - also Frl. Night. ' \KHKV I.OIIL.\«;UI\ To-morrow Niaht A Sat. MuT „.. RECiIXAR THEATRE I'RHES. NIGHTS. 25c to $2 wed. mat. to i.«>o. Boxes. Nights & Sat.Mat.. $.V6-T-S-10. and \\>-l M.it*4 5-« Next \\>-.-k A!. id. Bohemian Girl La Travlata. WEBER PIANOS r.-<Kn. KNICKERBOCKER. Bway. cor. SSth St. LASTT TWO WEEKS. EVS. 8:1 S. SAT. MAT. 2.15. FRANCIS in a THE MONKS WILSON comic opera OF MALABAR. EMPIRE THEATRE. B way * 40.-. -st. Ulili int. E-venlngs. 8:30. Matinee. 2:13. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday JOHN DREW in RICHARD CARVEL MAIUQHU Qfl "lEATRn 21th St.. rr. R*.iT. mAUIOUn o||. EVENINGS. SW. MAT. SAT. CHARLES NEWEST LAUGHING HIT. FROHMAX'S ! epi X* AM) ¥ I lIV comedians. ol^Lir L 9 LAIM. SSSS.-. CRITERION THEATRE. ; Evenlaca si s:W Ooly 31 . LESLIE CARTER as ZAZA. HARRIPIf TIIE.VTRB. 35th St.. nr B»aj. UMnnlLrrs Evenings. 8:1.V Mat!r.-«"< 2:!5. MATINEE WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY". WM. H. CRANE as DAVID HARUM. uAnUL IN Mr. RICHARD MANSFIELD HENRY V. ■% ■ I IfIA Evenings at 8:10. -> act »*ll DALY'S D ::^s r SAN TOY LYCEUM "sxAg&Ef LYCEUiVI MR. CHARLES FROHMAN PRESENTS ._ ANNIE RUSSELLiH^ilt^it? MATINEES THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS. M^ V fWMtf - / A PAINTING | X^*» l^^ GRAND IN EXECTTTtOX Tt * /m DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT. isuwcufffiiiLy 1132 BROADWAY , »^ Bet. i-.th arvl -tUh S:». /'USriCPItCtX WEEK I>A\S ONLY. fe L V ADMISSION, - 25c. ACAMm OF MX £ its sr* lv m&u, I MACK -™ ' ll "" 15 Prices 2:.. so. 75 i» Matß . kV . > 4 Sat a Ev. 5.13. AMERICAN ,^S /^ng^^gy^J THE SENATOR |/r|XLI'C ALBAMiM. HIRHM.^ mAra\?\Tax E . B.U HEI.OR tllH «»PBU ■tnUUfl A l.*^E. T Hl«. ACTS. BI*M.H»r» <Che £url i MORRIS PARK RACES WESTCMESTEH. N. V _. _ 7th Day. Tu<-»Un>. Oct. »>«•• mm t Tfce Raavho «lrl !>■•«». T««- *i»»r» »«"• •"" Pour Other Rar<r«. Fl.st Has* at 2p. m Muhlc l-y LanJ»r. . Take 24 «v. I.- to Willis »v.. th»nc« by - I Jj»W to Mum. lark at U. 30. ;a«. I.OS. l.Si. I *>.-*■ w «.» p. n» fIELU. 5O CENTS.