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s Only Two Races Finished on a Muddy Track and in Slow Time. LOWANDO BEATS DON PATCH Fan Patch Spoils Chances of Lady Grattan in Fourth Heat of the Buck? eye Stakes. Osiumhua Ohio, '"-t. L?Weather con? dition? here to-day wore so unsuitable for TsrlriK that the programme offered by the (?pin- 1 ? "i: cuit Association ill'l not api'ioacii completion. Two 11 i si es. started on Wednesday, were fln ktma, HTi'i 'ive heats of ti.e Buckeye V .? ? ttlng ^tfiko ^ere decided. A ??-aw arlad Bwepl s roda ths track ail. aflsrnooa, and after the, first pe,?t nf th? ? ?lake rnce B shower made tue track un- ? mtc for mor.- than an hour. In order in ' carry out ti:.- in glnal plans, there will be four races to-morrow and three on Bat* urda.v. Fan Patch'a abilty le stand a wbippins ? ?rivs kept ths Buckeye Stakes from being won by lady Grattan in the fourth beat Tammy Horn, tbs favorite, took the first best. T?a? Cos mars eras the einner ??f I the second snd third miles. Bhs was beaten only by Inchss in the fourth, W. L Pu"?-1- getting Kan I'ati I, to the iront a lew ys da from the tin i mi. Peter MeCormick, in the fifth heat, was ja.iv Orsttan's master. He was ssnt sway fast an'i opened up a lead of three length.?*' l'."-?n the stretch he declined to be overtaken, and went under the. wire an ea*> winner. Tins race will be re sutned a* noon to-morrow, T!i- - '.'.' i ? '? went to Lowaodo. L'on Taten, the early favorite on tYednes ay was thought to-day to bave the best chance, bul in t i race's fifth nn?H rdxth I he did not wsrd off Lowaade rushes, run ?ess Margaret st-una t,nflnished I:U pac?? by winning to-da> s deciding lu at from Woodruff? .vin?. The summaries follow: Pacing . ? ? class irbi in pivt ? JUO. i.Thr?*?? hcati W? IswaaSo, blk. .1 . i ? u- is ? Veleetlne) s f? i 2 i i Sellers D., b. s ? b> l.a.narat (Osiriaoa) I S 4 1 I I , blk in . I \ N McKelWr) . ; i c, .?? 4 , Pea Pal br ?. (lamlaon) ?1 :? .' 7 I _ Pilataaa l'iteh, b. m, ?*?' ph? 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NVa ITU-?, b. m 1" - '? 4 S S "? Harry J. 8., bit 4 I S S I htffi. k. s 'Qradyj I ? II ( Alta Coast b. n il" . H S S ? 1 R-lia-r.??, ? ?.????-?i. BIS 8 B di Frank L., b 0 (Amuwlaan)... ,1S 4r TtSM i 11 1:111 ' . il. 1 ?i'i CAPABLANCA SAILS AWAY Cuban Chess Player Takes Dip? lomatic Post in Russia. Departing: to fill his diplomatie post ?under the Cubai government as chan v. lor of the Cuban Consulate at St. Fsters tSSBtj Jose R, < apablanta. of Havana. 4'uba'a famous young ehesa master, seltod from hers yesterday morning as a pas? ??nger on board the steamship Kaiserin ?aSgSBla Victoria. It win be his third trlsll to Europa, his esst, in UU, liavme iMSa signalized t'y ???? griat triumph ar ?an lehastlsn. and the sseond upoa l?a ratura tram B raaos Ayres 1st RSSSSBSI ??; SBC8 Will abstain to ? treat extant from further chess inay InS until the time of the Havana interna? tional lu .r:.air,'?it ainves. This Is Bebed? ule?, tot the ilrst of February next. Aaked as to this yeuttrday niornltiK. be *ald he hoped to he able to take part, but it would depend ipoa th? Cobas govern t-?tWs sraniliig him a leave <>f absence. Ai to this he has tew nilsRivings. lna? tnue?. as he is the only player In the re? public able uj regeessat his country prop? sny in such a tourasneni, in addition.' ??? baa slreedy accepted an lavltatloa from th?- eooin Utes of the it Petersburg tournament, acheduled lor next April, SO ??let the early 1 art of thS year will find ??Im busily tiij;ai,ed In the chess anna. S WUDENTS AS DETECTIVES Purdue Adopts Novel Plan to Avoid Secret Practice. l-slsystte, Ind., Oct - students of Ptlidi.e. University have vdlutit.irily be? come dete.-tlves tu aid In keepln? unde ??rabie peraona ?<rr the f?sothall B?M where ri-i'ti.e of the Purdoe s'iua?i is held. Smith, th? head coach snnoun?*-sd fas* hRAa, that hereafter there ???uid i?e no xx t pra? ' as boilatrai the Nudauia w?n- salltled lO, know what the leant was ?lmng. At the Basse Unas i.?- ask,-?i that they ?*? that persons not Barolied at the unl v<r*'i:. shall not be allowed t.> oeeupi "*il*s ia the stands and watch th? pra? t.'C COURTS TOO WET FOR PLAY. asla-ssaked souris prerented the spew* ?nt of the wniiiiiis m-tmiHilltan lawn ^??nU ThsandiwBhlp at the Weal Mds Tennis ?lui, yesterday. Il'iundary lineB ast bses eompietel) erased by ths h?av> '0*"i>'?ur ??d m? playing arca asedad "??.?idoia,,!?. levelUag to be tl for us??. '? JS Planned t?, make up for lost time r besmnins the matches at 10 o'clo'k ?*? ttoinlr,?. Teams Wallow Through Seas of Mud at Various Football Camps Princeton Players Against Subs for V\ Driving Rain YALE TRIES SHEVLir Long Drill in New Fo Behind Closed 0? Wheeler Makes Fifty-Yard Run [hy 'Ulntrar,,, to Th? T.., Princeton, .\. j.. Oct J ?w eliding and dripping wet, th? football players fmundered thn five minutes of scrlmmag? c : " ' ' this afternoon in the , rteadj downpour, a preUmtr. OUI was heal behind close?! ? kept hie promis- to afuetee for the scrimmi oes the doors were opon The ram. which had held on* hours, bee.,,, iftoa ?mat baton lined "p agalnal the 'varsity, | s practice continued, and through a coures of modi POlo They arorked back and f one It-yard line t?> the other tere of an hour without r either side. A heavy, slippery ball made kl ? g a difficult matt, r, and I several vain attempts at ?neb ' :?' lost the ball on fumble had i.ecu ruehed within striking of th.- k .ai line '.de. who was doing the ?BUntlB substitutes, gained on every with Merritt, and lb? only time tutes rushed down into 'va ritory was when ?Merritt lost ii mil the ball by booting it ovvr head. Captain Baker practlaed drop durm? the secret practice, but di n io fu.- ?Krimmage Benson play? end f??r the 'varsity in Hammoni and th.- latter ,1^.1 not appear Bcrrlmmage "Stew" iiaker was quarter tor the whole period, a 1 lull,?is and II.ij niger vi re rett active service, K. Trcnkman liad tryout at guard m the place of w Who Was kept on the sale lines, a Bwart replaced Benuneni at Oil 'k, Me, rut a-.?I Bttretl ? ompi 'vgraitj bajckfli Id Olli k bjoks like a fixture ht h f"i- b?- handled punts without a bit S] !?? ??f the wel ball. In ,.,,? |,1Ht received the ball and ran !t bacl ?? dl ;>??? Ol d the POlnt from \ was kicked. ?Streit ?and Merritt ?made seven through the line, ??,'it could ipot, Heyniger showed un poor form at puard by ?idestepp man nearly every Urns and leitii through the line. i ?ton m? are mourning o1 final decree handed down by tbe ? riiiiri.itIo.-- on eligibility to th? eff. !.. it. i 'alike' ? Boland, a footba] liad ?a.*.' d to pessa lis exemlnation ;? pe? ?iiai-e Inch ? noiikh to warn pla> in? this seal ll.e sirlut adherence of the con t?? all tbe scholarship rules las ?i? m |ee -t three of t!.. b? si football nu year In W J. Slunk, wh?> won an I .- berth aa no all-Ami last \ear: M. C. Wall?!, for whoa plunging the team this year is ii need, and "lithe" Boland, who w? era In open play i the line this, year, nd hada from lyrnv use, N. v went to Mercersburg Xcadesny, ?hi frrst woe fame bj lending tbe n hool over all its op] ow uta th accuracy In u Lng the forward pas: ? - In running the team He wani played quartei*back on the til a here he again wa i ackbon? of lbs team. Last >?-ar he entered ?Princeton aw In?ligible on account of the one-yeai bUl ?ie played un HOTtlng ? tSatm of llble . where It wan almoat sntlrel: genei?lshlp and open play that deb the 'v.u.- tj repeatedly In practise g? Yal? Tries Shevlin's New PI?) ';. . , ?. ;;;a; !i I? 'i ??- Trll.un? | New iia\'n. ?Oct 2 -Ton ?Sbevlln'a I which li ?' COach?S have been w big on Sil we. k. waa tried out in an In m ret practice et fais Held hers to After i? ?oity-minute aignal drill t vas work in ki<k formations and art re w nt down under punts, i in. gat'-s weit- ?Opened and the 'vai had half sn hour's ??**ritnu*?8ge ?with .1 team. ?ShSVlln'S shifts % worked to udxantag?. the drat team 8 lng three tlrms. The new Hue ? wnblnation was oontln and worked well, the centre partieula where Kstehe*", ?Martini ami ?Coo turned back ?the attach and on the t opt ned UP big totee tor the- bai Wilson wa? Kint through ?"i rSPSS gains. a brilliant fifty-yard rua >>> ?Whet lbs ftatuie of the scrlmmag?*. j other tine luii was made by Cornish, ? ?... nt m ai quarter. He caught CesC t.unt and ran thirty .vaid* through broken Held, Pendl? ton was hurt slight and StllluiHn. who Marte! the ncrimm? on the second team, took Ins place at rit tackle. AliiRWorth ptayed left half ?nd waa I '?.aisin's best giound gainer. He cut Sharply on ta?kle plays, ?mil vsitli W aon, the tall quaiter, interfering, gain Steadily OO ?nd runs. The ?a? n?-? CO tinued t" try -"'t Um im?', ?vnl there w little forward passing and no att?-iTU>t any tick pi.o s .Vlnsworth. Wh-1? i ai Cornish ?c<?r?d the touch'lowns ?Weiaei was m tlie same for the tit i ,,-.. this week, playing at right hal < "alter and ll?.b?'i ts w. re t he Mit ?M | SUd \m,\ continuing on the ascend ouems? .oi.tiiiu??! at full back, whet?- be will prol ably be kept until rump<ll>'s retur -.,,-,. wai the field. Kelly Back on Lafayatt? Squad. l?iy leaogrrspfc to Tha Tntune.i fSmjttan, r?-nn.- O It --The I-afsyett football team ha* botn greatly etrengtli ened by tbe return of Kelly to colieg Snd to tb<- team. Two year? ago In- wa considered one of the b.-st punter? in th lias I He was out of C0tl8gS an?! In bu?i riea? for one y tar- After the Muhlenberi gaBM "ii Saturday he rinn<>unc?'d hi? In tentioa Of r? turniM*. and on Monday re fjottOi ii? toss He is In ?splendid phyalca condition. ?Despite the embarrassment of a ti? ?core with MuliW-fibcrg for the "p- inn?. I_ Sol Metzger to Write on Football Rol Metrser. former BSPlalB and heed eon? h ?,f the IVnn*vl?,anla football eUven, ha? again he??n ftifn^.l |,, Th?, Tribune to supplement the work of i lie rrjpilar ?tx.rlin-; Man* ?-hiring the football season. j HI? analytical ?tori?"? of the varton? tr-am? attracted wlds Inter-*?. |a?t ?rear ?aid rounded out the full rrport? of the j a>> ????-??. Metrgrr will ho in Philadelphia on Sat? urday to wateh Penn?? Irania and l.a ISpeMe do battle. The?* team* rl?i?h mueh earlier than uaual till? Tear, uhlrh add? Importance to the same a? a mean? of dis?ceselas ?tron-r or weak point?. came of the season, the team Is training I earnestly snd hopefully for the game ?with Pennsylvania on Batnrda: The BUpply <?f substitute material of I 1 ?Rh .alibi?, has be?-?ii Increased h.v the j arrival ?>f Lane, a quarterba.k from the Army an.i Nary School, of Wsshington, snd great devetopmenl on the part <>f I Williams, .1 freshman, who *?? eaptain [of the Iniversit?. B< hnol tenm In I'leve land. There i*- ?jreat enthusiasm at out th.? college over the Impending struggle with Pennsylvanls. Lafayette has the same lenm. with two exceptions as hist yenr, , when victorious over the Red snd nine. ? m is stronger f'?r it? greater ex I perlenes and ha? s new source of power I in Kelly, the punter. ? Army Work Is Hard on Muddy Field. I B T? lesrapb t., i ? Ti II ins i West Point, N. v . t>ct 2. Th.? armj f?"itbaii aqusd went through a hard ten? minute scrimmage on the Plains this ternoon Pour elevens wire sent through the us?iai preliminaries, after which the Brat and se? '<nd team.-- went h; es other, followed b) s similar workout for the third snd f?> ;rtii elevens There was .: ?i irii | tu-'l.i'. .-? in a ti .? \\ itii B wet and BOSSY field Snd B Bllppsry ball t"e arm\- t?.a .i showed * tende? t i ? up in Ka speed, snd there wsa eon? slderahle fumbling on both tSAoa ifodgson, Benedict and Porhea were In the regular back Bald, the former doing the punting. Hobbs, i.am.hier, Hess snd ? were all tried it th? halfl acfe po ? he I I ' illl, While Jouit v.-. t b ' sacs at ? n i The lattei ndldate for quartet bul ira ?--iift?,?i to on? of th' ?a Ing ? oettionfl tcv-ds . o he . | h? ?ii?i sood wort The final practice for ; tue Btevt ns .-. take i i.'ii on Light Dnll for Dartmouth Man. |B Tales'. Hsnoi er, n ii . ? 1.1 . Bad westhei I prevented Cavanaush trota putting * * men throush tha aertmmaga thai was I scheduled for this afteriHMMi Instes men went throush a hebt ?Irlll in the besehall ? ?ntf- ?t.?i mn ?.ff .-? t ' sTsnausb la ? ?"? ? to hot st 1 ?? ,t ?.n . ,,f i . '/i-, k.- nr.?-. hut Is ? -? no smount "f /.r-w to pre] I ? ? test PI line ;? remains the ., I with Whitney arid Sn"W hi tacklei m ird", k, ??urtla Ambrose sad 0 ? Ins the baekfl? d Requlars Back on Fordham Line. 'i he football sil tal on I ; ? i ;?t Kordham ! est? rda? o h? ni ?,f the res?) srs n turnsd t.i the 11 ?? Jim ? i-ui :,? i^Hu sad "Vic" htcCarl tSCkleS ISSt SBSBTI ?nd Wsstmora Mes h m, a ho ,? red a | ird, resum? d I '? f,n n.? r pis ? As if to oi - good f"it .i.e. boa r ?!. Dooling and Ksne did not sppeai ,,., t, . !. two men wir. prove h distinct l< to the hsckfleld | The Afternoon was lakes up In lead ( Ing tiie rush lias t-, brssl throui h ai"i ttop line :?:???? - ' Tom ' Thorpe, the . .,.,,, : v,,?- i sist? i b ? ' i- ?' M CaJTery and "Eddie' Btahlnd Um :<irm-r IMaroon ends, ami Norman Harwood, ol Virginia Thorps asid that Rice, ? hun? dred ami Bfty-pound mai,, who never ha? played football hefors ???!?*' ssason, would start the Princeton game i?t fullback. i he practice wound up with a saappi twsnty-mlnute scrimmags with the sqiJi? ?luring which the rltbt t?am scored time?? touchdwwne, relying mainly an th? r?jr w srd l'as.". The Baal line-,ip "' ti'.'" team that will faCM Princeton to-moirow, as aim" ni'?'! by Thorpe, Is us folh.ws: Left end, VtVt? ano; left tack;?, McCarthy; left ?naid, Butler; centre, Mulvj. right guard, Mes han, right tackle. Pinnegan; rlcht end, Brady; quaiterhack, OraafleM; left half? back, Taylor; right halfback, Robin; full? back, Rt ?? Toolan Star of Williame Drill. [U\ Telesrsph i" Tfs? Tribu? Willjamatowii. Mass., Oct t?On SC? count of a dnzzltmi rain heie nsam to? day the Williams varsity was fdTCOd to hold part of its practke Indoors, Desplt? the heaviness of the ?/rounds, however, a ten-mlnute scrimmage was ordered on Wot, ton Kield. The varsity had ItttlS dlhVulty In soertag two touchdowns, both of which were srsdltad to Toolsn, si left haltbark In the first mlOUtS of l?lay he hick?? through the scrub ami placed the ball h? tWSen the goal POSlS aftei H sev<?nt} -five yard run. Iluniiewell prov ???t n past inn? ter at ?lodging and gSlBSd foity ?.aids for the 'varsity. The forwards opened up holee en?iiy In the scrub Une, and Turner, at fullback, ploughed through on Bsvoral occastoaa t?o substantial pain?' PumSSS took I >r ! coil's f??rm?r position ;ii ilnht tackle, mid Cow pit thwaite, who has shown up ?"? rellently In punting, was tried at full la. k Final Prsctice at N. Y. U. After a short drill on signais past rd ly afternoon Jake High put the New York University football te.im through it" last stiff pracUOS before the same with Iguh i? sburg lo-morrour. The "varsity Him showed up poorly a1 lii st. and the scrub smashed through re? peatedly. v'"i> ?Mlohow w-as shifted tc half again. US BhOWed lots of spec 1 Ski folloWSd his int? rfcr-n? ?? well. Bristol was In the line again. Rutttlej was allowed to run his team alone, and drove th<? 'varsity b? two touchdo-.n? The practice atlil showed the backs weak in handling punt.-. As a forerunner H? the game with Mull 1,1,1,111 -i* mi Saturday, a football rally ?a?, held la.;t night, ?hort speeches were BBSd by Dr, Blown, chancellor, Jake High, coa? h of the football teams, and th?- cap? ulina and BIBBggSTS of the various t msSS After the speeches a practice was held Is the BoUsgS SOSgS and cheers. I Harvard Team Gets "Dummy Scrimmage" and a Lot of Signal Practice. i ._ PENNOCK BACK AT GUARD i Scrub Makes Cornell Work Hard for a Lone Touch Down, After a Lively Set-To. ir.v TclagrapB to The Tribua? i Cambridge Ma??, ??et 2 ? An ail-day rain put the Stadium football flel?l in ; u?-ii ?bad condition to-day that ?Percy HaUgh? ton took no ehnnOSS by ?emllng bn-, ,'lay ers through a ?yrfTtrwigv This, however, did not m< in that the m^n had a .lay off; rather that they worked harder than had there been a. half hour's lineup against the scrub The team? did got together, in fact, but there wa? no taikiinK, the 'varsity being drlih d "ti It? plays In what the Harvard ? Dach tertn? "dummy" acrimniag?- A few nee plays were prepared for >Baturday'a gam? against Hates, and the IMTfaOlon wa? taken to pet the regulars who have been ??li tu.- .sido lines tor a week or mote 80? CUStonied to Working with the men who have hail no las-off. Pennoeh returned t?. his ??id place at left guard much lighter than when be was put on the long-distan?? running ?tel. ami his Bhoulder also is sound again. Trumh'.ill also was available and went to ? ? ntra lu pluie of Sonc> lie will ne the snepper-bech in the ?Satas gam? whil?> Mill? will be at right guaid, ?tor Which placa he nOW ?eenirf t?> be the favorite over Cower?, of >lasf?yeer,e fresh? roen, lilil? Trimbull and I'erino'-U will pro ?ride Harvard with a heavier ccntr.? than it had last year, for b"th Pennoch and Trumbull ar.- heavier than in is .. snd Ifllb is a much i-iurdicr man than I' r monter. Ba?a and llllbolland ? graduated from the hospital ?squad Ibis afternoon Dana was .?t end in ? oo Idge'e plei ?-, tbe la''- : M II g hut , Th? latter i? a tuu- ii Wanted man te i ? in? unusual aggimselTcneaa. speed end ?y to handle forward paeses. Miihoi may phty little at end Ibis v.-ar, but h? will \f valuable us he is Hat? ird's ? ??i- ?. l.n gar to Briekley The ..t for practice ??his ? lUgh It ?rae ^aid that thi? ?.? ? not ? ' -. . i Injt ' ?? i ? !?' 'iced ; ?? t.; d.i.. BriCkle) ?pent the ..?-is. a Of the ? nd-?. !.. ak? lie In found ??- i ibd man for the v. lng? In Whit? i ? in- ; . i-.-.' h on aet year'? fr? ahaaan is built something i;i<e igh a little h? seiet lie tooa end i ??:? ? '-'i. and p?oeetbl**' **'ii ' !??? Ututo. M -Kii.iu .. m Brickie; ?< In th? backneld with Mal. tiradle? to ?Jay, and ' ?arorhed ?rail ItLceenblnaUon, play I li *rng in? , that the coed ??? are mor? certain than ever that he ?ailI t :i ti..- bd! tti tiie Princeton ? - i I.? ?? game? I I.e can go through t.\. . ., o Jury. ? . i Bl lie ?"olicge ' an ?r i ? to eano ? ? - , thess t? an.- on 0 i.er ;'". it i probable that Harvard will tl,?- f?n a,. : 8 ' h.if.' ?? !?< ? ni" I" i thai date Me*, i ?? - aie roanager of Harvard, glready i ui i. ked Penn Btnte wbetbei It can errs to ? '?:..?? i i Iambi Idg? if invited Cornell WorW? Hard to Score. ? .. N. Y., ?Ocl -? It took tiie v.ir football ''.mi fifteen minutes to ?cor? .. touchdown si I at -. to? cia \ . Tbe seiniiil team ?>?ms tO be ?p. proachins ?seej sr slty standard, and th? regulan And more difficult ?? In ? ro aii | It goal lute. ?belton, playing fuliback on ?the I teem, pulled off another apectai ? ... i i? thi? tlni" making eighty yards an?! doing .o pretty open field ?helKing H? th.- I all on ti:.- 'v.ii it; '.- 1" . aid ilia- aid reached lbs scrub's hVyard Un? before be was downed ?Schllcbter, playing right half for the scrub, ceught him from bs hind and pull?d bin down in MUSatiOnal fuhlon. From their own Ill-yard line the '?ar stty marched down to the scrub goal, with Pirita and Bhuier, the two halfbache, car? rying the ball, Prom tbsrs Prits thi iw u. forward pa; s to Ue?-n. left end. Who WBS standing ovsr the goal line ?Barrett .t ?d OUt to PritS and tuen kicked lli Aller this touchdown the 'Var it ?..., sent i" the clubhouee and Ih.eond I team had 8 UVmlnutS .?? rinin.a?. ?? with the third ?tring. Phllllppl ?cored twice for the- second t? am and played B brilliant game throughout. A. I? Williams, at ceiitte mi tin? scrub, i? also developing fast into 'varsity material. Navy Plays on Sloppy Field. Annapolis, Oet t.?The Navy f?>?>thaii s pm.i bad ;? spirited ?crlmmag? ??n a sloppj b. i.i bare this afternoon Then will he no acrimina???- to-monow. let a long Signal drill an?! pra? the In forma? tion* for attack ami defence Will ? om i i.-t.- th?- practice f'?r the gum?' With Pittsburgh on Saturday. Captain Young Out of the Gam?. riii'ad.iphia. oct - University i-f Pennaylvenla ?football followers were dis appolnted to-d?y ?Then they learned that Captain Young, the star halfback, wno has been mit of the game with .in in? fect??! he.-l for ?WVernl days, prob.ibi?. woui?! not t??? ?>ses1 against [?sfnyatts next Baturday. Dr. Hancock, trainer of th.- i.-am. stated that although he would <io everything III hlS Power to K?)t TOUU] In condition, be feared that it was ? bope |e?H la-^k Young wa? OUt ?>n 'be Held this after? noon on trntcheaj ami erntehed Um vai sity go through' it? workout. Th?- drill to-day was taken up aim ?ft entir.-iy With d.-fensivo Work against UaS ?jCTUbS, and for tiie first time this ?88 ?OB the piactlce was held behind ebmed gat-s. The t?aii ?ame ?SWl "f the I-'iauHIn and Marshall game in goo I condition, and all were eert to-day ertth the exception ? f Simpson, wh?. had late classes. "REB?, RUSSELL TO WED. ?Chiesgo, ?Oet * "-eW1 Unsssll, pitcher of the White S'ox, obtained a license here thi? afternoon to marry Ml?a Charlotte Benz, of Indianapolis. 8h? is a cousin of Joe Henr., who also i? a pitcher f'-r the Chicago ?\S8eriC8S I-eagie team BOUT WIIH JOHNSON PIE FOP WOP Langford and Jeannette Are Ready for Clash at the Gar? den To-night. BOTH MEN ARE CONFIDENT Have Met Many Times and Hope to Bring Question of Supremacy to Def? inite End. A flicht with Jfsck Johnson for the heavyweight chamrlon?hlr>. of the world ? Is said to be the prlBfl for whleh. Bam Lansford, of Boston, and Joe Jeannette, ?if Wast Hoboken, will battis tes rounds in Madison Bojoars Osrdtn to-night Sam an?! Joe baVS dashed e|ght times In the ring, ho\|ng a total of ninety rounds, yrt the result of the ninth rom l.at Is pOSSllllg the boxing world. Lang f"i??l has outpointed Jeann. tte three times, ,?, 'iirdlns' to referees' decisions, yet he had his hand*, full the hist time they met. the memorar?]?-' ten-round battle in the ?larden two fOOTO SSO. .leannett'-. who has t?.-i ned with un USUal care. Is MnMent of BOOesSB for tWO ressons be bellsvss he ess outbos Lang ford and outstay httn If the paie Is hot. j i.anpf"rd was rather fat three weeks ago. i I'?t he lias worked off st Last fifteen pounds, snd says hs is In condition. Us Is hitter In hi? fcdlnis tosrsrd .Jeannette snd Intends to go afi??r s quick result, if thai IS possible. QtBOTSO McDonald, the English sportlnir promoter, ? o h.?s leased the Olympia, In London? win be at the ringside to sign the wlnritr to fight Johnson. McDonald said tardai that he would out! Id the Prsnch promoters for tbs his niiii ??mi that th London suthorltlss bsd granted him s p? i nut. r ,rd has Dtsds BeV?Mrsl trips to I England, i'ran.? snd Australia He Is ...n.led t" he one of the greatest flKht rr* In the world He met Jack Johnson even ? ira oso In Chelsea, Msss. snd - kni" kin? UP Arthur down In tin? Bs-cond round loit the decialon on pointa m Bfteea rounds Langford w.-,s a welter Welgbl Sl that time. He ne\er could force. Johnson Into s return match. Baby's i lag record shoara that he has stoppe.1 jini Flynn, Sam MSrVey, : , ? .' Barry, Ton) Ross, idslphia Ja h 0 Brb n. Ton*/ r'.-ii onl, th, Morris Mauls. Al Kubtak, i'.?le Kid, lion Hsgue, former chai.; i n ..f England; Tig?-r Smith, J? ff Thin snd others He beat Bill Lang, ?if Austral .. , f..ui m sK rounds, tbs hitter rlolat? irr I tO? ' n.'.-kout. ISUIg? ! \.i Um late Stanley Ketchel sis ??. ? Obtain a return mstrb. He is twenty-seven reara i ? t ill a.?; i weighs abool i Ii, j? ? noted for his remarkable il nina. In th? flpht with Sain MeVsy, ' ' ty uni rounds, , 1 tWltOty time?), tie ? ?I Jsch JohnSPU seven times, a total of 8ft) one rounds^ getting one v??r | ?n n foul, I? lug MIS on points and pitting an e\?n break In the other I 11? is thirty two foots old. I feel 16 inches tall snd s.-aies si m ? ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS. tats.] tobar 2. 1813. ORDERS I88UED rti?*se orray an.i navy unt' ra 1.11 el isd: ARMt pal JOHN D BARRI I ,. ? iplet ?.. In ? ' * ??' IJ-K I ' l ,.??? I \ r ? 'H Captain HOW IRD H il. HICK? ? t"Svslry, i" r 11 Bh?wMan u .u , ,i\.?it) ? an p "f i ' Win* \ ? captain JullN J R?AW, q laitTniu-t. i . t un?. ?? aasistsnt i.Mi:u USDSL.EY. 7th i -:r ... | ; . ?a ? ',, Till UlVall I.I :' .4 ? PHIKNKY. : : Infantry, detall-d prof?>i?<>r of military Bi lOOCO, State I nlveratty 0f Iowa. Firm Lieutenant lIRUNu T. si'HER. "?th In? fantry, to Walter Heed (".??ncral Hi??pU<?!. FIrai Lieutenant At>N\ H CHA?N?E, Jr., ,'n'in 13fh t,? Tih Cavalry, January 1, l'?l*. IS Sfln l-Tancn,?.?.,, sailu.j .November 6 for Maulla. Following transiera ofrWrs Infantry arm or dtred, to take effe, t November 1. Captain! ITLY8SE8 <? WORRILOW, l.Mh M lbih. EDWIN BELL, 12th to l.Mh. WILLIAM A. '?WKNAl ?'H. l.ltli to ISth: JOHN .1 MIL LEU, fiom l?th; CHARL.ES B. CLARK, ISth to l:,th: FREDERI?*K H --HAW. ??h to l?th; CLYDE B PARKKR. 2?ith to 8th; THOMAS J POWERS and ITHARLES N. MURPHY. i:ith to 2Sd; WILLIAM F. CREARY, to 117th; RORKHT C. DAVIS. 17th to sth; ROBERT J MAXET, ivtih to Sttk; IV Kits W LEONARD, 2Sth to '.'tu, JOHN U FRENCH. 24th to 4th. WIU.IAM It HTANDIFORD, ?th to Mth; WILLIAM W. BE88ELL, 13th to leth; THADDBUS H. BEIGL*. ?JTth to 13th. GARRISON M CAS? KET, Htli to 27th. CHARLES F < RAIN, fffth to 1.1th; PAUL ?' QALLEHER snd EASTON It. OIBSON, 18th to .?th; PEARL M. ??'H.NFFF.R, IMS tO 13th; KDOAR S. BTAYER an,i WILLIAM s FAi'I.K \rn. ?M to 13th; WALTER B M'BROOM. 13th to 2MI>. EZEK1EL .1 WILLIAMS, Uth to ISth; ALEX INDER W. WKTHI.IUI,!,, from lH:!i; ROBERT I' ?'ARTKK, 17th io Uih; IttaSFLL i* HAND and FRANK M. K \I.DF. to ISih, and JAMES ?? HANNAH. wait r johnhon ami john .?.. mil? ler, rrom istt First Li. wt.-nanta EMORY S AI'AM?, IMS to 23d; BEN'AMIN 1!. M'CROSKET, 83d to 1 ?%tl-t; WILLIAM II PATTERSON, 2'th to STth; BENAMIN V MILLER. 27th to -It1.. JOHN i' FRENCH, 24th to 7th; JOSEPH O. MAL'BORONE, 7th !.. 24th. WILLIAM .1 O'LOUOHLIN ?ml CHARLES S. HAMIL? TON. 18th io Ilth; HENRY IT ARNOLD, t??li to 13th; JACOB E, PICKEL -..?th to BENJAMIN E ORAT, Sth to (Mi RHEPARD L. PIKE anl Soeoot U?wtenant? JOHN s. SULLIVAN snd PHILIP HATES, from 18th, and FI II Li?-nt?nant EVERETT !' BARLOW, Jr., 2H?h to sth . Lieutenants ARTHUR NORTH'HER. Mth to luth. OWEN R, MEREDITH, ??th to Mth; CAMPER 11. RUCKER, .4th to ISth: JOHN II HESTER, 17th to Mth VERNON ''. OLSMITH. 8t!i to tSi; JOSEPH 0 MOR? ROW. Jr., ad, an.l JAMES A. t-ARRATT. 1'ih, to Ith Iifantrv .-?HAU. from s*i'?ral hospital. Fort BTd, t ? Ms r''?iineni. C?ptalo KA LUI-:, upon expira'ion of hl? leave ?lil pr",-e,.U to Join his rastSMBl He will I ?? iisf-iKu?-?.! to a company t> his reriinen'.al ? ominar?a? r. ,- CHAIN and SHAFFER, '3th Li? nn I ?LANK. Uth Infantrv Ftr?t Liouteoanta MILLER and MAUBORONE, Mth Infantry; BARLOW, Jr. 8th Infantry, an?! M'CHOSKEY, 16th Infantr--, nn1 BooOBd Lieutenant UESTER, i-trii infantry, to re ? ? rtsimonu in Philippine?, vta Pan ?i- S ivojnh? r ., Capul I BELL li-th lnfantrv; WILLIAMS, ILE CARTER. STAYER and FAULK? NER, Ilth Infantry; DAVIS and PARKER. Ith Infar'iv, uml STANdfTiRn. 24th In fantry; Firat Lieutenants PICKEL and ARNOLD, Uth Infantry, and Socoaa Lieu? tenants KARRATT, Sth Infantry, ssd MERE? DITH, Uth Inianny, to reapcctlrs regiment? In Philippin??, '? 'a. Baa Kranci?.- ?. Daeeat? . sr i. ??:': Ml tra?W<--rrei from regiment? In Philip? pine?, excepting ' aptatn SHAW, will jro .-? '. No-.,-inber 15. to United State?, ?attain to I'nited Btatoa, Noraabar IS; Cap? tain LEONARD to remain ?Uli 2tith Infantry until May It, Uli ;.i-... of abaenoa- i'apr-ifn FREDERICK R BHAW, Ith Infantry, two month?, theme to two month? L'tt'-rma?, General Iloi?i?ital. Prealdlo f San Frase tat?; i aptaln ROBERT M CULLER, mcxll al corpa, on? month and toa 4a? . i'aDt.tln WAYNE it CHUM, m?-,i ! ?' co : *>. Ihn e month? on arrival In United S'atos. NAVY. A IniTSl N. C TWINING. ?Jeta<*ri?d ?a chief of Bureau of Ordnance; to command th?? Tac-oma. Comma!..,: ;?: H DURELL, Setsehel th? Ta?*oma. home, await cardora, Command?t* C. H MORO AN, detached Na?-al War ' ?? '.?--??". leave of ah?tW, oast C W. NI VIT/., fleta?**-*,--* Rireai of ?t?am Engineering; to aory yard, lia?? YorU Uoutansat .*> C I/iOMi?, dea<-he.1 w-nittlns .. Hon Francl??*o; to th.? South D?k"t? nant KUOO FRANKENBUROIIIt, ?!* laclnsd r.a\ v >ard. Washlnalon. to the Bui* r?i I :..-??? r ?rale) FRANi'IS COOf> V, El T. to Pavmaater N P PARWELT* d-ta?h?1 th? ? liar eaton a; ,l tho Milwaukee; to the Nuffal" Pavmaater*? Cloi H H REYNOLDS, ap i ,,'r ted: to ?ma. r.,-.- ,-???. ? '.: rOSEPH 0*REIL"LT, aP .. .?^ ?o tho Montana j Pannaat?tr*a ?'>:k E A. TARP1 EV. appointed, ? ? . \. ? MOVElkCMTS nP WARIRIPI Thea moa/ements of navy vasssls have been r?i portsd ARRrVED Sept. I'1 XI e ISS ftaseteee, ?t Hampton Roadi Oct. l The I ItUburftt, at Fan Itsaeiaea: th? .'?-. \!',e sl Puarto Plata. Banto Dm Inso; the PanthT. at Hampton Road?; the Florida, ?? Poatbem drill gr.oni'li. the CMMMOtieilt, a' I vri-ihn- -n Ba' Oct. :?Th? Rala trw, ?i CtMfae; th? Qulr-??. a( Kluklsns BAILED Oft, I?HI Ca-i, from Kl mlan?- for H?nkow; th? Petrel, tfom PortSBBOSth for Roa'on; th? Tonopah, the D-l, the D-l tho 04, the e-i a?*,I the F?;. f'om NeWBOtt *rr N-'v V :'?: ? ?-. | th? I nah, from N-w Tori Nn\ . Fard 'or Tompkln?*/IU?; the Boneass, .'., .v ft rk N , I ',.?;; fOt ? !' :*!.? aux. tram CSvltS for Missshel, MARINE INTELLIGENCE. MINIATURE SUfAWAC Btinii**, I .',7, BVSaet, 8 41; moon ae-i? 7 .">?"?. moon ? age, 11. HI, HI WATER A t P M Bandy Honk . B:SS irt on ?. ?i.,I ....10*01 W*SI lata .. ....11*1 IS*S1 WIRELESS REPORTS. 'i;.?? Campea a? 77.*> mllM enti o< ,- | SO p m raaterdsjr, !? ??t ' ? Th? Adriatic, rtport??! a? lifci mile? rntt ot Fand) II . !? exprcied t?. ' i torta Lula?, repor??d a? ROO mues .-.r I S Dipartlti? ut ?>t ?ffTIl uui.ie \ c**a?-i - '*?',' ?ne / ' t*i WEATHER lU.TtfcAU ? .?"*" r/Jr 7u^T--??i.?. M ^Pa?"' \ ^-VX?ei I ;?? t- _ .. os*^ JW\* ?v?.'^Me ??"J ? V.70 ojo ?? j* \rYY ??? 07 i rv ?WllSTJdtSI! mitas \ ' , f?f % ???o takt*. at 9 a*cutA usr tinm -??* x?j<r*, at 9 uv:n U?tf ?l?as ' 1 ? ..??.*TC*y f*0*T?l I. .. I. ..*?... ...... ..... I?'" *M? !?'?.,? H >*>-7?\ Htnti K.T, ycfc\ \J OCT. 9. 1913. THE WEATHER REPORT. OSMsl Record .-mil l'ore?-?i?t WeShingtO <M 2?The SMSftaseS that was off th? Ne Ijerssy ,?.,hi WodseaSsB sIsM aseared Berti ?a?t??rd, n? fore, aat, ?nd I? now r?ntr?.l <>v New Kriglnnd. wheie the pi?.-s?ur?> t.?j a? low I H ",0 Isehes, The Inflntn, e of thlx ?l,,rm ?*i?!> f-pread. and during the last twen'y-foi hoot? it cauaed rain? m the mid,IK* Atlant , an 1 New England ?t?te?, th? upper Ohio Va I ley and the lake region. Raina continue?! 1 ISsaa ?mi the seathers BoeSj Messt a Ib n slon Taaeperatiiraa are Bseaevkat lower in ti OfSle Pattey and the mi,!,He Atlant!?* BtStS j ?ml tli. v h.ne ua.-n In the Northwest. The liill.-atlons are that the weather will t | ?. n-'ialy f.ir Friday Bad Saturday In pracll ?ally all part? of the country. The Lmperatura will rlae Friday in tie ur [i.r Mi?-i*lK?ippl Valley anl ths upper lake r? ?ion. Sad Saturday in th? lower lake reglo ?ni the upper Ohio Valley. It will fall Frida and Saturday In IBS Northwestern BtStSS Winds for to-day and Saturday. North At lantio Bad middle Atlantic, moderate to brls we?l; aouth Atlantic, light ?ouih, ?lulf, lisrh varlahle, lower Ukts, mod?rale north??? "t. of pi r lahae, llshl ?,?ri ,!?'??, '.?miug meieret' ???uth. I ore? aal for Hpxrlal l?>ralltle?.?For ?t-aat em New- *?ork. cloudy to ?luv ; .?-?aturday, fair briak H eat mud? l-Vr Southtra New Kngland ?id BSat r Penn-.jh.ir.ia, ,-|.<udy t?.-day, Saturday fair hrlak ??it wind?. ' For Kea Jenas, D?lawar?, MarjlauJ, th< t Metriet at fratasabas sad Virginia, fair to-day and Saturday; m"der?te to brisk w??t win?!?. Vvr Northern New Kniclnn?!. cloudy, probably ?how.r.-?, tn-.lay, Sap.ir lav f.it-, ni?i.!??rate to trink ???t to ate th ??eat ?j*asda For West.m I'.'tin?>lv.itna un?1 Western New York, fair to--I?y. Saturday fair and aTOIOwat', nioi'crat? north and we?t nihl* Humidity. I a sa..... M . i t> m. 79 i * p. m ... m (Hnelal ?>ee?rven?ssi of trotted static ?resteer burc?n? taken at I p. m. rootat?tf Masar: <it> Tesasaaawre Waatber. Allan? . Cloudy ?il y.I ?'luudy t?oaton . ??o Cloudy Huftaio . >< Cloudy ? rhleaco . 'I ?'leur N'.-w o.-l-a-is. 7" ??ear IjouIm. 7> ? |. h St. Wa?liln?t.>n 01 Local OftVlul Keeonl.--Th* following ofl , ;.,; r- ..: I ffaSJ the Weaaher Bureau ?how? th? i Jiang?? In th? temp?rature for the lait twecS -finir 'our?. In comparison with the cor n .?pendln* l*U of last year: USA ntj i*t:. 1313 j a m. ?. HI dp. ?. 67 ?n 'fi M' ,?' . I.I 6.". 9 p. m....1 M I a ml........ ? ;':' ll ?'? m.g "; j? ,,, . h.'. ?412 p. in. A ? ?i r- m. ?'?3 701 ll!?!if?t temptrature yester?l*y. TO deare??; i| (at f a. aa.)| aver??". ?J: a-, ?rage for ,-orr.?iondtng date l??t ye?r, 62; aver??? for coir??Hi>onllns ?late la?t thirty-three year?, ?M. \jgaa\ fme.-aat: rioiKly to-day; f?lr to-mor ?itys. bn-k ?seel ?dads ea?t of Sandy Hook at n?on veiterd?v I? ?i pe, ted to do h HsturSay aft? ? Tie .'olumi.la, reporte?! n* I .?MS aetlea .??? of Sandy Hook at ?30 ? m ye?.ierda>. i? ea pected to do, k 8Undey fore:-' ls% lorraine. rf..,0rted ?. l.SBS mile? e..? n| **?ndy Hook at 4 40 a m \ eater.U?. i.? expected to dock Saturday f? r. INCOMING STEAMERS. TODAY TeSBBi From Un?. ?ilrcgory-BarSadoa. s-pt M.R?vith ?Adriatt.-.Liverpool, ?pt fS... ?unarl ?Morro ?'eatle?Havana, Sept ?a?.. Ward Vlrtr'nle .Havre. Sep. IS . I r ? :, W Fran? J.weph I. Algier?, Sept 28 . Au??Ai,. SanMarooa.. QaJveatos, S?ap4 -' HI N'.rte.<JaIve?toti, lap-, .'7 ?so Pac -SATIWOAT, OCTOBER i ?Victoria Lul??...'iamhurT, Sept 20 H.rnN Am *!.* Lorraine.Ha?, re. Se, t ff., . i ? "Campania.Liverpool, Kept ST.. .Cgastd ?New fork.Southaaapton, lept '.'? .Amor Ttatoratto... ...Rio 4e Jsseirs, Sept M iah ?'"ri?tobal. i'ristohai, S -, t 27.. Pas? ' ?Nioketi?....? Trinidad, Sept M...R i> w i ' ir.'T,!!?,.? .Turin laland .-? t 2U ? ea Air??.Havana. Sent 80 -j ?Mamo.Qelveato-a, Bept?T.. m* SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5 ?'?ol'imhla.Ola?g?,vr, Sept 11 >t ?Panama.Urletot ai. s. p| -.-?.?... pgj Provln.-la.Lie?? n. - p- 1?? ' Kuropa.Nap;-.- t 2*1 Hrlatol ?ity. Im Palmas. S-pt fO .Brtatol Hirkenfei?.n?,: \ --. ? ? 80 1-itftlan.Shield-. ?*????; t 20 ... - ?Briaga mail OUTGOING STEAMERS. Tu DAT. Mail Ve.ee' Ve.-ie!. For Line ,-lo?ie?. Ml ? '??lalliiter, Mo'video, Barber 2:80 o m ?VOua n Philadelphia Sou than ? ?? so ? m 10:00am Mande.lile, ?cli^e, in l-*r t *.i::tn a m I Seguran, a, Nasaau, Ward, I2:?J0m p ,ier Neclerlanden, liayti l2*S0pai Panamas, Pama, Un Usa .", OS Mohawk. .In? K?y ill--. Clyde - l'i'pm SATURDAT, OCTOBEE 4 ''lymph-, S'thanpton. w -?. S*JSssi 12:?10m ? ; Waah'ton, Bromes. NOL * .in a m i?.niira l.a.iy Nlrton, ?'??video. ?2 80am H;??0am Hrazos, i-an Juan. NYAPRS'OOam 12*00 m V'andyck, Bah?a, L * Holt 0:00 a m 12:30 m sarai?sa, Havana, Ward . ,10*00 a m i <?? p m ' arl Bcbura, Jamaica. H A.ii.on a in ?iinOpm Oulana, Parhad???. Quehe?. *,l:3n ?. m :;Wi?iin Advance, ?Yietoha!. P'nama 11 to a m 3i?ipm xMnlnole, s D mingo, ? 12?00m 2-OSpia Pretoria, naishaig. h ?,. . ~ I2;o?>io Caledonia, ?~?i-,-(fow, An,-hor - 11*00*n Perneta, *v.?p,-?. ab or... - liais a m l.a Tonre.lne. Havre. French - ;l;i?i p m Pr'e Irene, ?iibraltar, N (I I, - 11:08 a Mlnnaspollt*, UmMoo, At TT- 1?>;R0 a m 'zar. Rotterdam, RuSsUa., ?? '_'?? p in ? 'America, Naplea, Ita.iao .- I'.nlim I'arronnl.i. Liverpool, fnatd --?? lOiOSam Huron. Jacfcaonvllle, I'lvd,... - I.n0:?m Proteof*, n Ortoana, Se Pao. - 12:00 ne Dearer, ?JaKeaton. Msl?etr. ? 1:00fia 0 of Ht T/m'?. Six'nah. S.?v - 8;m1pm h"l Mundo. ?Jalveaton. S P.*o - 3 "" P m Sabine, Bruaawlck, Maliorv - - 3'."pn? MONDAY, OCTOBER S Buen?-? Airee, Hav, Span... ? TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Cioae HT, tt.? P M Japan, Ceres, China, Philippine? (via Victoria) Bmpreea of Rueeia. To-dar Japan, i or??, i bina, rii?ilppine? ?via I.- :i.,i i '.'anuda Maru . 0?jt 5 JSpas, ?'orea, .'hlna (.via Seattle) ? Ajnit . Oel a Hawaii ?via Pan Franen'-oi -Lurllne. Oet 9 Tahiti. Marquera?. ? 'ook I?lands. New / aland, Australia ivla San Fran i ?- oi?Wlllo-nra . . . Oet 10 Hawaii, Ja?an. ?orea, ? hlna. Phlltp ? ?n. ? (?. Is san Prancleco) Parala Oel l? Hawaii. Sam" an blanda, New /??aland. vumralia ivia San FraiKCia oi ? \m tuto, . Ort II Hawaii. FIJI I? ,,n!?, Hew Zealand. Auetralta ivla \i torla) kfakura. .. ?net 24 SHIPPING NEW3 Port of New York, Thursday, Octo? ber 2, 1913. SJUUVBD. er Portusooee Prfas s (Br) Augi.?t 19, sano-? ?eptember t?. Rio de 12, ?? tutor?a 14. hj ..^ IS and Trini/ i'aui f '; ?? ith i" p. mails and ssdss Anired at the I ..r m.: t B m ? ??t-amer Matanaaa ffTahan), ?'. ??', to the New Vofl?; a- ?.un* .Mail *a 1 '?? with ??.?Kar Arrived ? ?*. ! ?'?" i 111 ? 'en (Nor), Roe?? d??i T, leml ' ?? i"', to t1 ?? i nit I i : ? ? Arrived at the hht ?u ; ?? m. w , ? i . '?'; I, Re aarto Auss?t '-**-. B m : >? Airei ??r?' and Bt Lui ni .14. t rt.?ri er .s i o, arith BMl Arrive?! a-, ti ? i?.-?" ai i ? ? ?ara, m. i.a Guayra Sep-. Puerto - a!^..o .:.'(. Curaaae -* anl -an Juan -7. to Plise. I'ailett ?ii ?.o. ?aIth M . - ? nal's and mdae. An! ? ?:.ir a- n p m, ?irt der 1. Ittsnvtr h i...on vu (Mee), ieren ' y Q, ? ? ;: arith areod pulp, t,, ?,rki ? -t Indian Se Co Arrl I ' r :.t l M , Bteemei Metapan iBrt, Cartas*sa Set>tesi 1er ?j?. r,;. ?? 21, h nia Harta '.'t. i'oion '.". snd Klngatoe IT, to the Ualti . Prult Ce, ?l'.h ?'?; pssseagSTB ovA nid;?;. Arri\ ' ti ? Bar at B*08 p ? Steamer ctunasue) i''ui>ani. Tampico -? tember Zi and Prostaao 98, to the Ne? y ?< A Cuba Mail S? CO, with 17 pe?aena-r? BSd o. d.-? Arrived at tie f : ,r ,.r '; M p Steamer Barn la .?; '. Front**? Beptemfcer 18 te ? a Atlantic Pi lit i'>>, ?rlth 17 , eta and fruit. ArrKed at the Rar at 1:18 p m. ^:'?,i;l.?r KSITM IBS), Cal?MttS AugUBt II, I'olni-.ii.o r.*, Tutl.-orin 22, Por: Sa.l September il nr ! Algier? lit. via TJojt'.n ?>. tober 1, ? ?> Norton i Soa, with md?e. Air!\ed at the Rar at 1 on p in Steamer SI Mar. no-fn. to Ike loutheia Psclfl BMSa Psaaad In <? jurantlne at .r. S3 a : s?, imot Momus Now Oiiean? ?-epte- her IT to th?? Southern !.. II Co aith paaaengera anl n?dai Pae? i mtliM a? n 4'. fltasmar Porto Rico, Baltimore, to ti.o Hew Y ??-.. a tir."-?ore Trinaportivl ?n C<?. ?ith ... ! in tjuarantln-, at l.*2 t m Ott ion, Newport Vi"?? anl Net folk, t-? t'e Old Dominion Be Co. ?rttli pa??a R'tk ?nd ii, !m- I'a?aed in Qwarant.ne at 8*SS p m Steamer Foroebo iRr? Santa re Auguat 5?. Roeai o Septan bar 2 ar.l gt LuHa Pe-v-em?*??* 2, to Museos Ba Ce, with nsdea. Arrttrad el : .e p.-ir at 0 a m. Itesaier Matura 'Pr*.. Perth Ambov. to t-.? Trinidad S ? I I l ' ' ' ? ?',,h SB?BB l'a.-eed In Quarantine at 1 P m. .- . , .- con ithla iBr), Trieete peptem'ie 18, Meaalna 17 and Naplee 18, to th? rtmard Une, with paeaenger? m>,i ssdae. OuteMe I - \tjr at 8:12 B m steinier Huron. Ja? kaonvin?. B?af>t?mb?f ft I n .:" ? , the ' 1' ?!?* B? ? '??. i itou nsere an ! mdai Paaat I In Qu. at 7:40 p m Saadr Hook, N S, Oel L ISf. m-wind ?eetMti loudy; I'aht tro. SAIUTD. .?Steamer'- Pia*?*,e?e l'rliiee ?Br' MoStemisde; Ri i Italia dial?, Kaplea; Co ntaaa Waratteti .!'n Norfolk; Klora (Rrt, Dar?an: Rotterdam i Dutch), Rot! .';...'. N'arrangaosett (Br), t/m .ton Bremen (?3er>. Bremen; Kataenn Aii?u?re Vlrtoria IQer), Humlvnir; r*lty of Colu?* Ravannah: El Valle, Galveeton: Port An iNor), T'ort Antonio; Baltic IBrt. L!?er;*-ool: nia (Br), Trieete; Hont?w?r, Havana] i ?_? : (Nor) "t N F: Mndl-on. N'orfo'k ?nd Kowpojt \ u I i - (Dut Antwerp: Tas S;,?i jnai . Del <?M?r?., Pblladali STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS. \'t.:i\ BO ?. ,| | .-iv_Breen ffa id (Br), New vors. Si \ mi, en?, C V, ?Oet ! -'?" ': ??'?:' i ' ?1,,'k f.? Premanl Banjowaogie, Oel I Btelntunn tOoti, New ', ? k \i.i rape Ti.wn. Pun? Nata1. ? ?i, i,., i..- i Kalemo (Br), Kesr I ? - | ,; ? Longhope, Sept -?" Petroleum ? I :- ?. K?ra Vork. Dantslc, Bepl "7 Paula (Ger), N-<?. > ?>i k ... i (Br*), n? w I'ork \i* .??de:!. Babans p, ? \.,' ,: ?. , t 80 v- ? ?' ??? (Brt, New* Vorlc via St \'ln. ont. C v. foi Melhmiree, ate i?ii-t.i, Oet .' Ne?* rent CMs ?p.?. Root York. H Calabria (Brl, N'? in?i? Ms Ka? li Mutt!,a Waahlsstoa (Ausl), ? .. v,-,tk via Am* ret Kepi? sah. i. w i;,. ? . '>!t,,- (Br), N.w r Naple? - . .** Menloaa Htsl?, Sea *? Southampton, ?? t '-' !:-? P '" 'Imparatsr (Cr:i (from Bambtinr). N?w Torlc ris? I 4 a m. Ka ?er Wilhelm fjei IGST) ffrom Rren.ei.). New York ?I* ?'h??r Oiieenatown, Oet '.'. " ,l" p to MaJeattc 'Br< rfrocn Southampton Bad ' 'erhoiir-t. N??.v Yotu. Mancheoter, Ott 1 Lackswasss fBr), N??' Huiban, Hept :<v-nielefell (f.er) ?from New fork), ' 'heril on, ? BsAtoe, Bepl SO?WohRt Prince tBrt, Haw York. Sunderisad, 0''t 1 Tonawanda fjsr?, .>?". Yorh ,SOS, cet 1 -Trent (SO ?from New Tor!? ? ia Kingston, en ?. so'ithampton. T'opil'.a, Sept 88 l'oxton Hall ? Bi ? (from , New York, na, Pept 2<V- Hiver Arase? ?Bri. Phlla li'.lphia BSd New York. PASSSD OSsrsltsr. Or? t- BsbarMa tOert. ?-'a;""'-? ind Colombo for Boat ?mi and New torn. ?palta 'It.-.li. l'Miadelphla ?nd New i'ork 1er ?ienoa. - Uaard, o.-t l-Ls caniplii?* ?r>u,''?'? S?Z York for Antwerp; J.t. ?'alrndon <Br), New Vort ft' Ponklrk. Il a m. P"i??dam ,1'ut.iu. Ve??.- York for P.onloane ?tud Ri->?teroa Baere?, Oet I RH-r Peiaware ?Brj. New York for Barcelona, etc.