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IMP? YHEBUK, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, y im.-8VLTEm AGW
IU TY AND 0 CHECK RAISING,
j 'M -
1H m 0o to J4ir to ran out
J -JH irmcu loses vnr.
V ' ,s Drrt Italeed tO.TC-TT the
' H JpBk carclea -Oproo View".
t ease of Interest to bnnlfers Trill be
H vrenthtto tho attention of JudceMoAdwa in
i rtClt7 Court nejtt week, nnd la to bo taken to
B fee Court of Appeal In ordor to cet n anthorl-
t decision on a nolntwlitcu has nsv.r yet
ndecldeilntliUBtnte or In run-land, and
H Thkh arrtiro. In point of decisions, the West-
gtQt, ncnlmt the Boutborn States.
jB Somt months acoamnn appoared in Dover
B ui, ft woman I o called his wife. He cot ac-
I Milnted" nnrt w courso ' ,lm rresanted hlra-
nlttotbo Nutlonal Union Bank of that town.
H, gjuame vfrt supposed to bo M. It. Ford. Ho
fought a dfett on New York to tho order of
H obett N. mIsoti for $9.75. Other drafts wero
I, tot, some IV him. soma by his supposed wife,
H' toe un of over JGO. Thon tho man and
H fomnlW't town. Not lone after that a man
H .c.l woman arrlvod. In Hbeuandoah. tV. Va.,
H Ed ttorped t a hoteL Tho man said he was
H Gnhort N, Nelson, tho advance) acent of aolr
H St it went to tho leading printer of tho
HmkoihudalaTiit quantity ot advance clr
H Solsfs irlutod ami iiostod. He oontrnctod
H htdfanoo with the hotel koepera for board for
H .lirco nurahur of persons eonneoted with the
V Maine tbuw. hirud erounds of still another
Srson. and went about socurliiR from tho
Cioher.' quantities or meat to food animals,
H and (roO thu rnrmers liny nnd feed for tho
K hortM Mr. Nelson was qulto a lion nmnnc
Bio country folk, and In a day or two was be
lli iKfedln bis hotel by peoplo who lindcoodsto
Ml tftnt a circus might wnnt. Mr. lNoNon
" !,t overvtlilntr that was ottered to him.
lot made no contract with any one porson ex
wtdlnstlO. I'rom ono farmer, for Instance,
mined Klcklen. he oontraoted for food worth
Ji.7j. When tlmo for paymont came he cave
Farmer i'loklon a draft mudo to Ida order for
tfO.73, saylne that ho was out of onnnanil
would b pleased to cot chnnco. llcklpn
ashed tho draft. It boio tho name of the
Sriilerof tho Union llnnko Dover, and was
drawn on tne NntlonnlUJrondway flank. The
Cier sellers also sot Mr. Olson's drafts from
Drfer and othor country towns on v ariousJjew
York hanks, and returned chnnco. lho
Joount of the drafts always approached 100,
fben prntty noarly every morcbant in town
hid a draft. Jlr. and Mrs. Nelson disappeared.
, tie clicuu didn't como to town. .-,. ,.
IHrnolds A Harrison, lawyers of 6! Wall
rtreot. rocontly eorTod Lawj-er Goortre (,'nrlton
ftmntoi k of tho Droxol buildlnir. counsel for
tie Uuton linnk of Uoer, with notice that
iherwere about to brine BUit. In tho name of
SEro.idwny llnnk of Kew York, lor there
erv ol llOO on drafts of tho ,Dopr bank,
vnicii orlElnnlly culled for $50. but bad been
nlMd. Tlio ilrm also represents half a dozen
or more othor Now York banks BWindlcd by
raised draits trora otnor Jersey und Pennsyl
vania country banki. Tho ncciocato or tho
tlatms is nearly J5.000. and the raise is about
jl 100 or that amount. Tho drafts land checks
k&d been raised in n manner not covered by
law Aitortno figure ropresontine dollars on
tbo face of the chock and before the number of
nnts had boon entered, wnB ontered In oncn
case a 0 ralslnc the amount ton times.
iTho lav provided that whon chocks ara
raMd from the orlcinal amount by orasuro or
bv tho use of oheroloala. thohiek Is with the bank
that nars. TIi law Is sllont about drafts
raleoa bv lnorlfnK a 0 whero thore Is room to
Insert il or by ddlnc a " ty " to " nine " whon
thero is room for It, and whon tho original
draft called for "nine 75.100 dollars." Tho
r,uw York ban", which paid tho drafts, claim
they are notrosponslble for tho loss. Tho
l)ocr bank. a the othor hand, claims that the
drofK ivtion thoywero delivered, were oom
" If ivo tad loft tho amount totally blank."
they say, 7 we would have been responsible for
anysuni that mlcht have boen tilled In. But
linco ire turnod tho drafts out complete they
an corcpletod contracts, and any manlpu
Jutlnir that outside persons do on them after
yard fslls elsewhere, just ns it the manipula
tion had beqn by ornsure or the uso of acid."
acalnst this the payors declare that the
country banks nro responsible, because they
I(l room betweon the dollars and cents on the
electa lor tho ontorinc of othor llgures or
JudceHcAdnm is expected to make a merely
nominal decision to admit of appeal. The
poiK hai heon decided In several Southern
Kutea acalnst banks lssulnc drafts which can
w so modillod. JlaoBochusottR and several
Western States have deelded the other way.
tew York bas mado conlllotlnc deolslons, but
Bono from a high oourt. Tho hew York banks
ro hack to an Lnclish decision many years old
for their case.
Honntlmo tho nwlndlor Is not known, and It
Is supposed that ho is cettlnc rich.
CIIAnZESTOtPS XICBp&B TKiB. T I
Tbe Twenty Afercbants la f Atl Bejeettlie
City's OOer or Compromise.
Ciuhleston, Nov. 10. Tho efforts of tho
elty to mako peace with the antl-Uconso mer
chants seem to have fulled. Tho city offered to
remit linos, costs, and penalties, and withdraw
alMurthor suits if the imprisoned merchants
would pay their Hoense tax and reimburse the
cl!y lor the cost of proseoutlnc the suits. This
Yjuld add fifty per cent to tho license tax.
Tao rrisoners absolutely refused tho terms.
i i Oaaot them Is reported as saylne for the rest
i in effect that they will pay their licenses and
r come out of jail if the City Council will cet
M down upon its kneos to them and boc them to
B. accept the torms. Tho city Council, however,
f dees not neem to bo in u kneolins mood, and at
iresenttho prosiiectsof peace seem as far oft
as evor. llosldes thls.In now complication has
I atlpen. Tho Imprisoned morobants have been
I poplnc horotoloro ns common convicts, nl
1. tboush they vrcro not lodaed in jail, but
In a comfortable house near the jail, and
r without cnards. Ono ol thorn sent on order
to-day for a box of clears, tolllnc the person
no took tho order that tho clears were in
I, tended for a lailblrd and convict. The martyr
theory was unintentionally exploded last nicht
by an innocent reporter, who met one of the
.aliened convicts on Kinir street. This led to
an invostlcation. nnd it was fonnd that tho
, prisoner conorallr went out at their pleasure.
After the refuol of the alleged prisoners to
accept the terms offered, tho olty Sheriff noti
fied the jailer that lho pilsonorssent to him
, y,rec"y prisonorH nnd were not expected to
( Jo nllowad tho nrivlloce of the whole town.
There was no objection to tho prisoners bejnc
flowed all tho comforts the jailer desired to
allow thorn, but they must not bo-1 ollowod to .
i tramp around the city. All tho prisoners aro
anine out a thirty days' Scntonco. HAt the ex
i Kratlon ol that term thoy will be recommitted
jnlesa they neroe to tbo city's torms Over
3.W0 taxpayors have taken out their licenses,
I ud the lity will not, in justice to them, allow
4 uee twenty (o-callod martyrs to escape.
Kv nvrrva hud vex death.
Hi Ai Irlataman Who Came of Oood Family
t to ke nurled la Jottera Field.
f John Da Lacy Duffy was found dead yea-
' tordar moraine in his room In Taylor's Cleve-
Itnd Ilouse, HO Tark row. Ho recisterod late
en Friday nicht under the name of John Smith.
He told the attendant who conduotod him to a
worn that ho wantod a class of milk, but had
I jot money enouch to pay for it. The nttondint
woucht tho milk to blm. Prom the position in
Jfhich he was fouDd in the moraine it H be-
ueved that Duffy tried to cet out of bfd. but
" K,.t01 much Hhaubtod, sank baok nna died.
mi body was not yet cold when It wasound.
Duffy had beon In bard luck for yoar or
noro. Ho was (10 j ears old. and nlaiiaod to bo
L jcouiilii of bir Charles Oavau Duffy. He told
r MauainUnnes In this city that he vns born in
Uilway, had Graduated from Triilty Colleee.
todliad travelled a ereat doaL Ho was a civil
fnciuoer and surveyor, and opao applied for
A RSI!0',1,?1 Assistant llncinee.' ol the Board of
ri Foblio NYorks ror Ireland. De ileured as a wlt-
tejj (or Kelly llrothers. contractors, in their
I nit aealnst the city for rpenine Eichty-sixth
Duffy's body was removed to the Moreuo.
gd will he buried la rotter's field II bis
friends do not claim It. Michael Ifuches, a
taloon keeper at City nail place and Chambers
itrept. knew Duffy well. Ho suys that un
doubtedly It was pride that induced DaOr not
Y register under bis own name at the lodcinir
M, Urn, VTatttemore'a IVai-nlmc to Brooklyn.
If lire. Emily Olasaer lYhittemore of 12 Lincoln
ju tUct, WooailUe, K. J., a all, vtU-dreuea womin, wi
h;unlca hather'f Ceitt J nurd at. rollcemm Am-
WLfi fcnoinn, who bad arretted her, aaldi
B;, 4 ,"' ,IJUm' her wanderliisr about itieilrnlilaitrlfht
U ' 'Uifnbt tt u dirmged aud tcok ber to the police
l.k S?un When ltiroht ner lo conrt here ebelntliied
bHi !?'"lui' oS tier thorn aa)lor.awa entered, "rhleia
B I fj" loeitlotml by the Jo.tlce the woman uld i
aH "''"nK to itit tmrch of L'brtIIn hclepco In New-
Tal R nl came here to Brooklyn to warn It of luxate.
f jV h ar t bud. Woe to the wicked I"
tJJ h',Uc Nier ordired bar to the cuttodr of the Char.
V rt"1IlU'('' lerhoihand hai beeniiotlSedorher
B SI . u n1 wbertlouta, When placed In the prl.on
H v."11 .lt,ft crewt of drnnkarde who bad been aen
H Sib?1"0.'1" 'h" locauie frantic tluclitympathy wai
H ut.;1,"'.1"' '"' the police lay there waa no other wwy
Admiral Tkucbcr Aualn on the Deep.
B ' Hon. John Boyd Thacber, who com
H wi ""Thomat Jeffereon durlair the recent canal
H i uSd'.Wf"- eP"enter on the UmbrJa, which
Zm Luy'Vnl y'erdr. One of hie rellow voy.
H 1 w!t.Tt! clljf ''"." :,0'J Wlnrheiter, United Btatea
M ?JSi0.f'r,.who.,,lll fer Europe yeilerdir were
tCJL V.y,u ot tochetter on tX Kormandfe. and
H FiliiVrT rtUt, aua lima U Murika, Uie ainxer, I
JL BJUVXXFVZ. BTOTIM TIEW.
Kowthe Clonde that Delnrea Brooklym
Aaaearea ta Staten lalaaaera.
When tho storm broke yesterday nfter
nooa, heavily laden rain clouds wero massed,
bank upon bank, just above Brooklyn Heights.
Viewed from the Staton Island shoro tho mass
showed a dull, lendon hue. Gradually the
color deepened, the wet clouds showed a Glint
of stool, and then the oolor became a gorgeous
purple. Tho purple was fading Into n bo nut I
ful violet when tho sun found n rift In tho
clouds which lined the western Horizon. Almost
Instantly the mass of rain clouds took on tbo
cold of tho nan's rays. Tho gold gave way to a
rosy tlnce, nnd the clouds by docroes became
clcantlo pillars of flro. The waters of tho bay
reflected the lurid hue so strongly that tho bay
appeared to b n eoa of molten nietal. Tbon
from tho eastern horlrou n brilliant rainbow
slowly mounted upward until the very top of
the nron only was lost umld tho brlchtor tints
shown by tho clouds.
While hundreds of passengers on tho Staten
Island ltaoid Transit tntliiH nnd ferryboats, and
scores of persons along shore were gazing at
tbo phenomena, the sun dlsapnenredbehlnd tbo
JorseyhllK Ihe fiery glow again beoamo n
purple flush, tho glint of, steel rrturnod, and
ilnnlly the oloudi resumod their sullen londnn
cast. In tho wost lor many minutes thereafter
ilrooy cirro-cumuli seemed to shoot tin from
the horizon like geysers, to assumo fantastlo
forms and ruddy tints as thoybucamo higher
HIS ABBES SXflKir.V OX THE SEA.
The tTmbrla Hear the nindoo Hattny'a
Jtemalna Out to Their Ocean Grave.
Tho New York and Brooklyn theosophlsta
recontly cremated tho body of the Hindoo, S.
Gorlnda Uow Sattny, who died while on a visit
to this country from Bholapore, India. Battay,
as be was familiarly called, was a finely edu
cated man, and had arranged to remain in this
city for tho presont. and toach Sanskrit. A
number ot thoosophtsts had formod ctassos for
the study ot the metaphysical books to bo
found only in this doad langungo, and Sattay
had but just entered upon tho work which, as a
good Buddhist, ho roj'olced to be engaged in
hero. His death was duo to tho rigora ot this
climate, which wero particularly sovoro upon
hlsdellcato Irani o during the early woeks ot
Sattay's dying with was to bo cremntod after
doath. and whllo ho laid no injunction upon
the friends about htm regarding his ashes, hit
woll-known natloual opposition to burial
caused them to plan another disposition of
them. The nshos wore taken out on the
Cunard steamer Umbrin yesterday by tho
President of the Aryan Thoosonhlcnl Society.
Vllllam Q. Judge, who will scatter thorn oor
the waters ot tho Atlantlo Ocean on tho voynco
to LlvorpooL The Hoolcty of Theosophists In
clined to forward them to his family in India,
but the woll-known principles of tho Buddhists,
which forbid honors to dead bodios, led thorn
to adopt the courso pursued.
Usuallytho Hindoos scatter tho ashes of their
doad on tho Ganges or other rivers. As trim
believers in tho doctrine ot rolncaruation they
do not pay rovoronco to what they consider to bo
merely ono of many cast-off carmonts which
the spirit uses temporarily In its long passngo
through mattor. Their only concern is to dlts
poso of tho reslduo remaining nttor inciner
ation in some other way than by putting it
under ground. . This they consider a heathen
ish custom, unjust allko to tho living and tbo
UVROLARS IS rOBT JEUVIS.
They Attempt to Suffocate Two or their
Victims by TurnlnK on the, Gaa.
Pom Jnnvis, Nov. 10. A series of daring
burglaries havo boen porpetrated In this town,
ending tn a deliberate attempt to kill two ot
the victims. The burglars first entered the
hardware storo of W. L. Ogden & Co., in War
wick, and robbed it of valuable goods nnd somo
money. They then stolo a hand car and rode
to Groyconrt, whero they took a pasuengor
train to this placo. Thoir first operation hero
was to break Into tho storo of Uornbock &
Bonnell, flour dealers, late at night, and tacklo
tho two safes with drills nnd giant powder.
They burst open one safe, which contained
nothing of value, and then attacked tho other,
which was a now Herring, containing tho llrm's
cash box. Apparently thoy were compelled to
abandon the work by the approach of daylight,
and only succeeded in badly dofacinc the safa
Without getting at the contonts.
Last night they broke Into the dwelling of L.
Y. Eetcham in this town, by prying open a
dining room window, They wont to the bed
room, oooupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ketchnm. and
it is believed used chloroform to stupefy the
sleeping Inmates. They took a pockotbook
containing $15 from undor Mrs. Kotcham's pil
low, and ransacked the room nnd other parts
of the house thoroughly, obtaining other spoil,
but refraining from carrying oil any bulky sil
verware. WheiUhey got ready to depart they
turned on the gas and closed the doors. For
tunately, before the gas fluid had accumulated
largely In the room Mrs. Ketcham rovhod, and
crawled to and openod a door.
ZY THE FIELD AGA1X8T POWDEIII.T,
JL Formidable Candidate for General JUaeter
"Workman of the KnlghtH.
HAltniBDUKQ, Nov. 10. The National As
sembly of Knights of Labor will meet in Indian
apolis on Tuesday next, and tho members of
that organization in this neighborhood are
looking forward to the event with a feeling of
mnoh interest Tho National Convention this
year will be of unusual Importance, because, if
forno other reason, there is a candidate in tho
field for General Master Workman against T.
T. Powderly. Well-Informed members of the
Knights in this city, among whom is William
H. Lewis, Master Workman of Lochlol Assem
bly, and who will bo a delegate to tho Conven
tion, feol confldont that Mr. Powderly will not
bo his own successor ap the head of tho organi
zation, and tho prosrcts of olooting another
gives them great satisfaction. Tho Knights
charge Mr. Powderfy with rneddlng too much
In politics and glringtoollttle time to the Inter
ests of the woptingmen in what be pleases to
call "potty strives." Mr. l'owderly's opponent
will be Wlli-im V. Lewis of Columbus, Ohio,
Master Workman of the coal minors' assembly.
There mar bo several others nominated for tho
orilce. bi Mr. Lewis's popularity and bis woll
known ability seem to spocialiy qualify him for
that yaoo. and it Is tho general fooling among
thqAnlgbts that thero Is not one among thuui,
nc even Mr. Powderly, who con defeat him.
Swindled Oat of Sl.OOO.
Taunton, Mass., Nov. 10 Ellsha Williams,
on old and rospected citizen, was swindled out
of (1,000 by two men yesterday. Ono of them
protended ho wanted to buy a farm ot Wil
liams, and yesterday went over to Williams's
placo with a lie roll of bills and a companion.
While waiting for Williams to prepare the
deod the two played three-card monte. and tho
would-bo purchaser was cleaned out appar
ently by bis friend. lie asked Williams to lend
bim $1,000 until he cot baok bis money and
telegraphed to Boston tor funds, Williams
camotothe city, drew $4,000, and started for
the house, but mot the men coming away.
They proposed that he I Williams) put $1,000 of
their money with hls(Wllllamb's). and keep It
until they came again In the evening. Williams
agroed, the money was all put in a small box,
and this box was apparently nlacod lit Wil
liams's carriage. Night enmo. but not the
roon. nnd during the night Williams Inspected
the box. It contained a piece of woodwrappod
In a napkin. The men in the mean time went
to Mansfield with a team, and sent word to the
livery stable where the ownor could, find his
horsos. Williams bas a good description of
The Kcarsarse Halle for llaytl.
Po7tT8MOUrn, N. H., Nov. 10. The United
States steamer Kearsarce on Friday took on
board a supply of powdor, hnvlnc rocolved
peremptory orders to go to sea on tho 10th.
She received orders more than a weok jgo to
sail on that date for Poifcau-Prlnco, Hnytl, to
protect American interests there, but the i ordor
was countermanded on aocount of the ro
ported arrival at Kingston, Jamaica, of the
United States steamer Boston, the latter
jessol being ordeiod by cable to, proceed to
Haytl. But the Boston had loft Kingston bo
fore the arrival of tho despatch, and Mio
reached New York on tho 8th inst. This caused
tho renewal of the Kearsargu's original orders,
and she lelt bore about noon to-day.
ratal tlnari-cl Between Tougba.
ruiLADKrirniA, May 10. Peter Mcllvaln,
atod 21, was fatally stabbed by Daniel Dough
erty last nicht at Nineteenth and Naudaln
streets, and died in tho hospital this morning.
The two men belonged to different gangs ot
"(oughn" whofroquent that part of the oily,
and while all were more or loss undor the In
fluence of liquor a political dlsouselon arose
and ended in u genetal row. While tho light
was going on Dougherty drow u knife and
made n Inncn at Mcllvaln, The knife pone
dated the abdomen, produolnc u fatal wound.
Dougherty esoaped at the time, but was arrest
ed later in the night, and he, with sevwaJ
othera oftho two tune, itw locked up, 1
NEWS FROM FATflERLAND.
XUE rOJTItRS COWniNTNO TO PVTDOnif
THE AFTUCAX SLATE XRADE.
XOOklns for Troopa In India to Fight Araba
Wltli-r.mperor IVIIIlam'a Oltlctsme on
the Ireia Hnoir on German Slonntalna.
ryrlet, l&s bylhKtv York AiKctatri Prat.
BnniiiK, Nov. 10. The chief event of tho
weok Is tho African agreement among tho
powors. Cardinal Lavieerie's eloquent Euro
pean campaign against the Afrloan slave trado
has already proved fruitful. Count Knlnoky
hns intimated his readiness to Bond a mnn-of-war
to assist In tho blockade nnd othor powors.
Including Russia nnd Grooce, nro disposed to
cooperate, A Mozambique dosnatch to-night
nnnouncos the departure cf tho Italian cruiser
Dogall for Zanzibar.
The agreement with England gives great
satisfaction here, but It Is thought that some
territorial action Is also required. It Is argued
that the blockndo will irritate the Arabs, and
rnndor them more hottllo than ever to tlioox
Istenco ot German settlomonts. Tho Govern
ment shows no disposition to provide military
assistance for tho trading companies, which
aro said, as an alternative lo bs discussing tbo
formation of a colonial force to proteot thoir
settlements. Tho Plantation Company, whloh
Is taking tho lend in this movomont, has junt
sent an ngont to Zan?ibnr, with Instructions to
proceed to Bombay if advisable. In ordor to In
quire as to tbo feasibility of recruiting Mah
rattnsfortho purpose. Difficulty, however. Is
ntitlclputod In obtaining England's consent, in
which cnio an endeavor will bo mado tomako
Egypt tho recruiting ground, i
If tho scheme proves buccossful. similar
meanuicn might bo ndopted to organize nn
l.mln 1'aolifi ritltnf A,.ti1lt Inn. Thnllnvnrn.
mont, however. Is qulto outsldo of thoso pro
posals, and may coutcmplato dlfforuut meas
ures. A Prus'lnn officer, writing from Zanzibar,
snys: "The suddon ubolitlon of slavery would
be n dlsndvautnco to us nnd a blossinc to no
body. On tho othor hand, the chasing of slavo
dhows, as practised by English veseols on thn
coast, 19 wholly lo our Intorost, ni It tends to
counteract tho depopulation of tho country."
Tho Kulsor'i strictures on tho LI bo rat press
continue to bo discusod. A Liberal orgnn to
night deolaros that reitrictions on the llborty
of tho ureas nro contomplntod, but llttlo cre
dence In attached to tbo statement.
Count von bnckendorlT nccompnnios tho
Empress Frederick to London as equerry. It
lstaldto bo n probability, however, that tho
viMt will again bo postponed.
Tho rumor thnt the Kaisor had nRontod to
the betrothal of his sinter to Prince Alexander
of Biittonbcrg is soml-olllclnllv denied.
Judge von Simeon. Pretddont of tho Su
premo Court at Lelpslo. is to bo replaced by
llorr von Tosnnndorf, tho public prosecutor,
who ii best known for tho prominent part ho
took In tho trial of (Jomiuvon Arnim.
A society ban boon formed, under tho Presi
dency ot Prof. Gnolst. to introduce sanitary
imnrovomonts In small dwolllngs In Berlin.
Tho weather hns boon oxtremoly cold, and
lovors ot skating have for sevoral dais beon
onjoj lug that sport. Know Is lying thickly on
all tho mountains of Gormany.
Tho i'ohfirai Correipoiiilmcr of Vienna de
nies tho statomout that tho Empress of Aus
tria, under medical advice, is going on a sea
vorngo to India or America.
zicr II OUSIUV XUE DEVIL.
Jl Queer Armenian tiect ITho ITaTO 'Wan
dered a Good IVnya Out or Christianity.
Tho Rov. Ynroo M. Ncesau, who has just
beon ordained in this city as a Christian min
ister to go back to Persia and preach the Gos
pel to his brethren of the oldest existing Chris
tian church in tho world, the Westorinnn. when
ho hns completod his work ot getting his peo
ple back Into tho straight and narrow path
from which they havo so farstrajod. will havo
a larco Held botore him in tho land of the
" Devil Worshippers." This is a name given,
according to tho accounts ot llorr Gustavo
Paull, who has rocontly beon amonc thoso sor
vllee, by tho Wostorians to n number of com
munities scnttored along the valley of the
Tigris in llugsian and Turkish Armenia. Ba
Hasnnl, the holy city of thoso devil worship
pern or Jcsids, lies noar Mosul, on tho bordors
of Kurdistan, and contains tho temple and
mmisoloum of their patron saint, bhetkh Adi.
Tho village of Bashlyka, a little distance on, is
the residence ot thoir civil and religious head.
They claim to havo descended from cortaln
apostate mombors of the Armenian Church, but
into their faith has been Incorporated so much
from other earlier and later rollgtons. from
Zowaster to Mohammed, that its resomblanco
to Christianity is insignificant. They pray to tho
rising sun nnd kiss the place llrst touched by its
fionms. They worm the lingers of their right
lands at a holy taper, di aw them over their
right eyobrows. anil kiss them. They call Uo
Allah, and Mohammed a prophet. Christ tit-'?
namo Bon leal rani. Jesus. 'Hon of 'be
Light, nnd worship Him ns a groat pdgol
who will como one day to rule the world But
bhaitan. tho devil, Is their great del- To
live in good understanding with the o" one Is
the chief nlm of thoir roiiclon. The venture
not to pronounco his name, bu call him
" Mclek-Taup," and honor him symbolically as
a light elver and in the figure of bird. Their
Sabbath is Thursday. They hao o forty days'
fast, llko Lent. In the spring, jat pno member
of oacli family can do the fasug for alh Thore
is a holy spring at tho cravo of Sheikh
Adi. and nil children must Oe baptized imme
diately after birth in wnor from this spring.
Tho water Is borne to" parts of thooountry
by mendicant monks Ivawnl, all doscendents
of ono family. Half tho money which theso
monks gather goes, to the Mausoleum of Adi.
ono-quartor to th hoad of the bet, and tho rest
to the monk hlnelf, Besldos these there nre
high priests, wxwants about the Tomplo called
fitkoers. and ijlrn, or Presbyters. Tho latter
nro held especially in respect on account of a
protended yovvor to euro diseases. The priests
toach thatho who gives abundant alms is sure
of oterril hnpplness. Circumcision is not
Btrictlifciiuliod. nnd tho will of tho hoad of
the fivnily governs ns to it. Ono peculiarity of
the Kct is it popular nbhorronco tor blue.
T.ne reputation of tho trlbo for morality nnd
honesty is good. Polygamy is allowed to chiefs,
but common men can havo but one wife at n
time, and must pay her mother for that one.
Women aro held in such high esteem that they
nro allowed ovon prieetly dlgniti. Collbaey Is
not roqulrod of prfosts. but thoy cannot marry
out of thoir caste. Widows dress in vvhito.
smoar their faces, with clay and scatter dust
on thoir heads. Corpses are baried with the
hoad toward tho north star, 'ho Joslds cling
stoutly to their own faith, but refuse to admit
outsiders into tho soct.
"IVor Aculnit Clectrlo Light Pole.
Baltimoke, Nov. 10. A war has begun
botwoen promlnont merchants in tbo city and
tho Electrio Light Company, the issue beinc
tho erection of the unsightly poles along the
Btreet-i. Sharp streot, ono ot the busiest and
narrowost streets in tho city, has a lingo part
of its bldewalke taken up with tho timber,
whllo tho network ot wiros overhead has t.o
rlously lmpodcd firemen in working against
flios. Yestorday William liood ot tho firm of
Morton, ltoed ,t Co. was urrostod on a warrant
nvvorn out by President Duun of tho Construc
tion Company, charging him with malicious
destruction of property. Yesterday morning,
when Mr. Heed cnnio down to his place of busi
ness, he found one of tho largo poles raised im
mediately in front of his place. Ho gathered
his employoos, and thoy sawed tho polo down.
Thin guvo the cuuso for the action, though the
company put tho polo up again last night. Tho
trial has been postponed. Mayor Latrobo has,
upon the potltlnn of a number ot merchants,
instructed tho City Solicitor to suo out an In
junction, asking the Court to restrain the com
pany from eroding any more polea in the
President or the I'oiiKlikeepeie 11 rid are Co,
Philadelphia, Nov. 10 John S. Wilson,
late general freight trafilo manager ot the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, has finally
acaootedtbo Presidency of tho Pouchkeepsie
Bridge Company, An auxiliary company, to
bo known as tho " Air Line Trust Company,"
will bs formod, of which Mr. Wilson will also
be Prehldent. This company owns a control
ling interest In the various railroads approach
ing tho bridgo, among them the Hartford and
Connecticut Western llallroad, the Pennsyl
vania. Slatlngton and New England, the Hud
son Connecting, the Poughkeensle Connect
ing, and tho PouKbkeopsle ltallroad Bridge
Company. Mr. Wilson will have the direction
ot all tho tralllo passing over the bridge.
A Wheelbarrow Het luld.
Annapolis, Nov. 10. Election bets nre
being paid up, now that the result Is known.
A wheelbarrow rido was givon Mr. Wm. Maroy
and Mr, Joseph Basil, Jr., around State House
circle to-day. .Notwithstanding tho Inclement
woathor, a crowd was presont. Editor Goorgo
W. Brook ot the Etening HalMm manipulated
the vehicle in which Basil sat. and lllchard
Greou. a clork lu tho I armers' National Bunk,
optirutod tho harrow occupied by Maroy. A
drum und life furnished the music
The Penulty or John Glenn'a Crime.
Glevn's Falxh, N. Y., Nov. 10. John
Glonu, who assaulted a little girl at Handy Hill
last week, and who was accidentally shot by
the Ipolloeman who was proteotlng htm from
the mob that wished to lynch blm, died, in swat I
aeony this morning. I
CANADA WANTS ANNEXATION.
Her Bnilaeaa Men Eaarer for It, and Mani
toba and the Blarltlme rrOTtncea Ready9.
. JIontheaii, Nov. 10 Nothing strikes the
American visitor to wostorn Canada more for
cibly than the growing belief that annexation
with the United States Is tbo only salvation for
one ot tho richest countries In tho world, eo
far as natural products are concorned, nnd
after a few weeks' sojourn among tho intelli
gent portion ot the community occupying the
garden spot of Ontario botween Toronto and
Windsor, tboro Is no doubt that fully threo
quartars ot tho peoplo ot that district nro
strongly In favor ot a eeveraneo ot tho tios
which have bound thorn to a monarchy 3,000
mllos distant for moro than n hundred years,
nnd affiliating with a country whose geo
graphical situation has preordained tho change
which must como sooner or later.
A well-known Conservative, who Is very cloee
to the Gov ernment said In conversation with a
reporter ot Tim Sun less than a weok ago:
"Tho spot in whloh to feol tho Canadian pulse
in regard to tho annexation quostlon Is In such
cities as Toronto, London, Hamilton, and Win
nipeg, where tho manufacturers are almost
wholly In favor ot tho scheme. Naturally you
will encounter hero nnd there a rabid John
Bull only a few years In tho country, with loy
alty wrttton In every lino ot his countonnnco,
who would bo throatonod with apoplexy woro
he askod for an opinion upon tbo question. Ho
would voto it downright troaion, and assure
you that tho Canadian peoplo woro moro than
antlsflod to bo a portion of tho tall to tho Brit
ish kite. Thonngaln, anothor class from which
strenuous opposition to such a scheme would
m nxnAntnrl 1k tho larire numbor ot offlcn-
holders undor tho prosont Government whose
occupation would bo gono tho Instant this
country beoamo n portion of your groat repub
lic, bir John A. Macdonnld, fair Hector Lnugo
v in. tho Hon. John Carting, nnd othorMinlsters
would doprocnte such a movement. The truth
of tho mattor is, nearly ovory Cnnndlan In
politics nowadays Is In search ot a title, great
or small It matters not, nnd thoy nro all mightily
ntrald to utter a word which would meet with
the disapproval of tho British Oovornment.
These gontlomen have been interviewed on tho
annexation issue, which has grownupof lnte to
such proportions that it Is folly for thorn to ig
noio ft, nnd have always lookod askunoo at any
project having that end in view.
"What will become of this country in tho
next decade If our national debt continues to
pllo up its it hns in thn pnBt? Think of a debt
ot SHuO.OOO.uuO weighing us down, and the
United States, with n surplus In their Treas
ury, anxious to tako us Into their fold, onhanco
tho value of our property, develop our rich
iion, coal, and phosphate mines, our magnifi
cent timber lands, nnd a dozen other enter
prises which havo remained stagnant only be
cause of a lack ot capital.
" If tho peoplo of Ontnrlo aro in favor of au
nexntlon, thoso of Manitoba. Quebec, and the
maritime provinces fairly demand it. and thoro
is no quostlon in tho minds of unprejudiced
observers thnt, woro the question put to n voto
to-morrow, thero would bo a docislvo opinion
in favor of the union. It is coming. We may
lave to pass through the preparatory school of
commercial union, but wben Canadians havo
bad a chance ta observe tho workings of tho
project thero will bo few demurrers. Ask any
Canadian who depends upon his hands for
his dally broad where ho can obtain tho higher
wages, in Canada or tho Unltod States, and ho
will gnzo upon you ns though you wero de
mented. Tako the case of tho Grand Trunk
Hallway employees as a criterion. The nverngo
pay of conductors, engineers, llremen, brnko-
men. flirttnhman. nnri other nmnlnTrnn fn. .
croasos20 per oont. the moment the line p
Sarnin and Port Huron Is crossed. ThoseJ
ingeervlco botween Port Huron and Chief0,1!6"
celvo 20 per cent, moro wages for d''ng tne
samo work that thoir brethem on tJ fa bo
tween Sarnia, or moro correctly Vii . .1 .
nnd Montreal A more forclb1-' 11iy.,,tratlJI2io1
the dlfforunco ot tho llnand'1 condition of tho
countries could not bo adn.c"'- , ,
" This Is not only true n almost every trade,
but for years the pick ,; "?w?L0illu,r J,0,1?K
men havo. fmmedVly. "Ron learning of the
superior lnducerr'nts hold out across the bor
dor.loft tho lan'Of their birth and become nat
uralized cltiz'Os of the United States, and no
small contributors to the prestige whioh that
country bs attained in the commercial and
"la annexttion strong in Manitoba ?"
"You should visit Winnipeg or any of tho
Northwestern cltlos nnd hear for yourself a few
of the opinions which tho pooploof that prov
ince hnvoooon at groat care to give publicity
to. Tho are moro than outspoken in their de
nunciation of their restricted railroad facilities,
and tlfe will be another rebellion up thoro
ulep! the Government handles this Red Itlver
Baitoad question vory gingerly. The farmers
of fiat country declare that It Is tfme to com
niitn when they are compelled to send their
Ji-oduco thousands ot miles oastward over the
oinndian Paoltlo at exorbitant rates in ordor to
reach a market purely because the Gov eminent
is luterostod in the road. Thoy contend that
thoy can secure hotter prices at tbe adjacent
markets of St. Paul and Minneapolis, whero
the milling intorosts nro second to nono in the
world, and assort with much vigor that they will
market their products whore thoy can obtain
tho largest return Independent of tho Govern
ment The Canadian Pacillo refuses to permit
mo lieu ivivur rvjuu lu cross u iruckH, nun iihh
placed an armed guard to soo that Its behests
Is heeded, anil there is no telling whero tbo
affair will end. If this country had an able
champion a foarlosB. resolute man, who would
not become discouraged at obstacles which
would be thrown in his way at Ottawa annex
ation would not be live years, no. nor three
years distant. It Is time we wero through with
the farce ot paying n foreigner a stupendous
salary to do nothing except wear tho empty
title of Governor-General ot Canada."
The I.Int or Jtefereea.
Theso roforoos wero appointed In cases in
the State ctrnrta la tbla city laic wceLt
Bv Jua?t laurmee.
German fcavlnn Sank ant. Mo
Cool Jeffereon M, Leir.
Wilson agt. Wilson fltorre H NeweU.
OIom ski. (How Oeo V. Smith
Matter or Jtyan James J. Neallft.
Hamilton ajrt- Tnoraaj vv llbur I arremore.
Carrittft Meader (tour cases). ...Louis Bluest
btokes aitu Hontou Jhn M. llowere.
V.H Trust Co at. Lyon. M Sttlrrell.
llrlitow usrt. ilrumer V.a II Schell.
Voiiderlchr art. Collins M. VV. I'lattek.
LuniieiiU Wilberlr I'. II. 6chell.
Leavy aift. Leavj Theo. Connolly.
Harrison agt. Harrison Henrr L. Morris.
rrosby nac Clouali (two cases). !eo. r. Hotallnir.
Matter or llabnweiler. Thos. P. VVlckes.
Howlantl est. Maeon John A yarley.
l.yin ant- .Maclnlcht VV. 11. nark.
Ilalloran act. Ilebbard Pbllln Malone.
llitrneey atrt. Rhodes K T, Daly.
I.acliecaaL Mnrpby V. Knrrman.
lerrvagt ferry 1 dward Jacobs.
Kly ecu DerffittnlnL 1. H. Cardoza.
Oiilmbr azL llazletlne A. O Fox.
Amsonaat Atnaot M. vv. I'latzek.
Hitrier ag-t. Arnold H, B. Hamburger.
Simons axt. Jarbol (two cases) ..,.!'. K. Ires.
luuiMt aa-t. Warrall M, T. HcMahon.
0u11ff act. Marten fleore M. .Newall.
Mattur or Norwood (1. fi. Hubbard.
Irvlnffaat. riawrett H. r. Andrews.
Hecklendorr aift. Secklendorf....Iobert fcturiree.
KstoaKt Kste J. H llosworth,
O liellly aKt. V"lun IL P. Amlrewa.
Wilklus ait. Wilklus. K 1'. Tuck.
Parker airt. rarker. Anderson Price.
Howell act- Howell ..,,.,, John II. Cole.
MrCaitley airu Williams Oeortre n. Morris.
Marie aut. Marie jtc John Yard
Carrlnaton as;t Carrlnrton, Jtc H. C. Van Vorst.
Kherldau bzl Sheridan ..Thomas Nolan.
Poir at- ulty ,P. V, orster.
Matter of Panutn J.J. Lyons.
Koch ag-t. Koch S I. lory.
Meti ant Met Joseph If. Stlner.
( O. 6. Brown,
Whitney ait. Whitney 1 .1 J. Hallenback.
(Thomas J. Miller.
1 It. V. Andrews,
Matter ef Dion Austin Flint.
( Wm. II. ilarkham.
By judge Bantu.
Brown airt. Ohllde (IS cases) (Jeoraa P. Emlth.
Pottler art. Iniersell J, A.uavenuort.
Matter ot New York 1'rotectlve
Association Oeorge P. Bmltn.
Brown aft. irledjuan P. U. Olaey,
Oy Judie Dugro.
Hanover art. Hanover A. L. Jacobs.
Armstrong art. Pottlsr a 8. Mfc
Company J. II. McCarthy.
Rochester axt IJorlbnt (4 oases). John Whalen.
Bv Jutlga BeoUtaver,
Sudonart. Clemon T. V. llasealt.
Matter ot Crowsll W. O. Campbell.
He la 34 Now. and Ills Ilanetai Are Tattooed,
Where is Maxwell Newman? This is a ques
tion that bis father, Mr. J. H. Newman ot e3 Ninth
avenue, bas been aaklur fer the last nine years. In
1HTS, one inornlut In December, young Newman left the
home 10 ro to work, as usual but did not return. He
was then IS years old, and objected to his father's strict
ness. He had ao money. There Is a small bmo tattoo
mark on each or his bands.
A rear later il was found that he had been adopted by
a woman in Wllllamsburxh. who had taken allklna; to
him. and whem he told that be bad no parents. When
be found Ws parents were looking for kiss be ran away.
Ills father believes him to be In California. It llrir.
he Is uow 34 years old, and hie fainer thinks he should
have sense enough to let hlsr-fents know wher beta.
Newspaper (.Lmnge lu Nyuck.
Nyack. Nov. 1ft Tho Nyack CMu and Oountrv,
leading Uerarcr'tio paper In Iteokland county, baa been
old to Depsty Sheriff William A. Thompson, son of
Eherlfl Trompaon. Vomit Mr, Thompson will assume
possesion on Monday. Col Charles O. Meservey, tbe
vetsMii newspaper man who dlsd three weeke ago,
brought the paper, arter many vicissitudes, to a high
eiandardofeicellenoe. rh M(y ant Oronrty was founded
(nlHMby Uobert Carpenter, and William Wirt Hikes
was Hearst editor, Tho entire pressor Uockland oounty
Is new In tha banda of young men, tour. papers ootof
lire haylsg Uaof i jnanimial ita UlUe more tOu
IIEE AT THE HORSE SHOW.
BTIIIBZXO FEATURES OF THE LHST DAT
OF TUB EUITJ1LXION.
'tiyr fork's Craek Trotting RlgsuComnet
In; Professional Ooaehtnen 'llaitay
Their Skill-Mrs. Lanstrr'nUrlrer Wins
High Jumpers AVlixl Vp the Hhoti,
JIadlson Bquaro Gordon presented a re
markable oontrast yesterday morning on the
last day of the National Horse Show to thnt of
the previous ovonlng, when tho groat building
was jammed with society peoplo from Phila
delphia. DoBton, Now York, nnd othor citlos,
who had assembled to look on nt tho cavalry
contest botwoon the City Troop of Philadelphia
and the First Hussars of this idty. Then tho
Garden blazed with olectrfe lights, bright flags,
gay nnlforms. flashing sabry s, and sparkling
oyes of fair women, whoso ohcoks bocame rosy
over tbe sceno thnt recalled tourneys of tho
days of chivalry thoy had road .about. Tho
morning was rainy, oloso, nnd oppressive,
similar to that ot tho last day ot the pre
vious show two yoars ago. Tho fow-who trailed
In with dripping umbrellas showed llttlo on
thusiasm until tho evonlng crowd began to fill
up tho building, and tho parado of prlrejvln
nors portrnyod tho beautlos of tho oqulne
world. .Every animal In tho lino thnt marched
round tlo eighth of a mllo ellipse, from Mothor
Hubbtvrd, weighing 1,010 pounds, down to
skewbald Cupid, who tips the scnlo nt about
200, tosivod their blue and rod rosottca with
conscious pride. Tho groat building flllodur
with the usual fashionable asscmblugo in the'
ovenlng, vt'hlchmndo the firth annual exhibi
tion of the .National Uorso Bhow ot America.
tho groatost cuocoss, financially nnd socially,
of tho sorios. Tho management reported nn
attendance of 0,000 for tho wook. Threo hun
dred and forty-nine horsos compotod, $10,775
was paid out fin premiums, Including C'J ilrst
prlzeH, G8 BoconiUprlzoB, nnd 49 third awards.
A display that drow a crowd of city horsomen
to tho show was tho turnout for tho prizes
offered by tho association for tho best rondster
nnd tho boat appointed rond rig. Tho rig con
sisted of about 100 different articles, from tho
wagon nnd harness down to a pocket knife.
Tho majority of those nrtfcles woro packed in
boxos as compaot and nont asnwoman's dress
ing case, and stowed away under tho seats of
tho rond wagons. Nino outllts compotod for
tho premiums. Iveithor spoed. breeding, or
record of tho horsos wuro to bo considered.
Perfection of tho outfit was tho chiof point
Tho nlno entries woro trotted round the ring
by skilful drlvors. W. Uurbin drove E. b.
HtokoB's black gelding Tip Top. Palmer Clove
land drpvo Honry h. Grant's pay maro Kitty. J.
Wholly drove H. W.lteboul h brown maroOuoen.
Jorome Wholploy drovo Nathan Straus's brc1'
maro Fanny Temple, William YVeokB 6ntb"'nd
JamosA. Bailor's boy goldinc J. 1!. Toomns,
John Murphy handled tho ribbonp over Win.
Campbell's black gelding J. y.. Jrnnk Fergu
son drovo his bny maro ilatrl", K II. MoDou-
en ilrnrn T) A. llnnininnd'a OUT maro Coronn..
and Buchanan Ilousto- drovo his father's
chestnut mare Clara, 1noy mado a lino show
of gentlomon's rooyjnrnouts. I lltoon minutes
were hpent In rofully Inspecting tho rigs.
The driveraOKCod the horses mnny times
around tl' "ng beroro tne nwnrds woro mado.
Aoplau1"5 aroso Wlien tho bluo rosetto was nt-tnchf-'W
Frank lerguson'a Katrino and tho
re to Mr. J. 15. Houston's Clara. Tho prLios
ribro $100 and $G0, rosiieotlvely.
Professional coachmen tollowod tha trottlnc
rigs In competition lor Mr. Hugo FritFch's
silver cut. originally offered for the bost por
formnnco of driving pairs to four-wheeled
traps. Owing to tho lack of entries the con
ditions wercX changed to single horsos nnd two
wheeled trnpv. Tho route was sorpentine. bo
tween poles, 'wnlch allowed less than twelve
incnes space irom tho wheels evon whon the
trap was driven exactly in tho centre. Tho
drivers Frank hwalos, Edward Smith, David
Davis. Arthur Itieson, nnd Thomas Challoner
wero splendid upoclmens of Now York cab
blos. Although tbo .noles woro of light bamboo,
they never hwervoo! Into ono of thorn. David
Davis. Mrs. Langtrys driver. dror her high
stopping goldinc Cox with such masterly skill
that ho won tho prize.
A lino lot of young trotters prnncod around
the ring to settle which of them woro entitled
to prizes in class 15, for two-year-old stallions.
Eilzur Smith's brown Alphonso, by Damn
Wllkos. dam Alrnn Mater, took llrst prlzo, $101),
and Caton Stock F'arm's big bay. Syndic, 10a
hands high, iron second premium, $50.
There was fun in tho air when 11 vo polo ponies
came to the post to leap for tho special prize
offered by Mr. M. L. Herbert for polo ponies not
exceeding 11 hands 1 inch showing tho best
Iiorformanco ovor tho regulnr jumps. T. A.
lavomeyor. JVh.. Nailer refused ; Sidney Dillon
Itlpley's Majostlo and Louis D. Vilmording'
Dandy showed great qualities for clearing off
timber land, while James A. Burden, Jr.'a
Uroncho performed tho lofty tumbling act and
repeat. Mr. Thomas Hitchcock, Jr.'s, gray
mare Dorothy was tho only pony that mado
clonn work over tho three courses, tuklng each
jump with thn frcodom of a gazelle. Of courco
she carrlod off the prio.
Ladies' qualified hunters, up to carrying 150
pounds, cave flno exhibitions of snorts of thn
field whilo loaning for prizes In class H7. Seven
comnoted without a tumble, Mr. Hitchcock's
Wlndbeam, Mr. Herbert's Punch, Mrs. Lloyd
ARplnwall's Tho Count, nnd Sidney Dillon lllp
loy s Oreybuok jumpiiur so evenly that they
had to make nn extra round before tho judge
could decide on their morits. Mr. Hitchcock'
Wlndbeam won llrft prizo, $100; Mr. Horbort's
Punch took second. Mrs. Aspluwnll's 'I ho
Count was very highly commended, nnd Mr.
Itlpley's (Iroybuck vva1; highly oommonaod.
KXlio class ot qualilled burners. maroB, or
goldlnps, up to carrying 221 pounds, woro
judged for conformation and quality only, and
wero simply led around tho ring. The string
comprised Miss Floronco i Hurst's Hungry
Jim, K D. Morgan's fat Patrick, Henry Lloyd
Horbert's Transport. L C. Lainontague's Ty
coon. 1'. aobbordB Loo, Elliott Zbrowskl's Lord
Longford, anil several moro well-trained tim
ber toppers. Transport was deoorated with the
blue rosetto, second prize going to Tycoon.
Hungry Jim. although ono of tbe cleanoBt or
jumpers, was lelt out In the cold, probably
from tho fact that ho appears a little weak bo
low tho knees, but ho gots there all tho same.
Mrs. Ilnrclay Wnrburton's cob Merrylcps and
Mrs. Itobort bedgvvick's cob liossle walked off
witli llrst and second prizes, respectively, when
the mares and geldings in class 47, for cobs not
excsodlng 11 bauds - inches, wore led arouud
An extra special prize for coaching stallions,
offorod by the association, rosuitod In ono of
the finest exhibitions in high-stepping stallions
during tho woek. Only two competed, but thoy
woro a superb pair. Mr. Archibald Wilson's
Imported brown borso The Swell, and Mr. Fros
cott Lawronco's brown imported horeo Fashion.
Fashion won about thirty Urst-closs priros in
jcngiunu. .wit) jjuir iruuuu uuwa iuo gnruon
sldo hy side at ono time as closoly as though
they wero yoked. Tholrhigh.resoundlngstops
woro made In unison, and so perfect was their
action that tho judges were unable to dochto
which was the better horsi. Tho result wus
that two prizes wore awarded, ono to each
Tho championship high-jumping contest, for
which the cream ol Amorfca'B tlmbor-toppom
woro entered, and tbo possibility of Hemp
stead's famous record of C feet b Inches being
beaten, attraotnd fully 7,000 peopolo to tho
horce show Inst evening, and tho old garden
was fairly alive with New York, Boston, Phila
delphia, and Baltimore society peoplo.
Frod flobhnrd's chestnut gelding Loo was
regarded us well-nigh Invincible lu this class,
tho lazy old follow having cleared fa feet 5
Inches on 1'rldny evening. Ills antagonists
wore William Durland'H hay goldlng File
maker, a young horse that has only been han
dled about threo woeks, nnd thnt gavo
the tnlont an ereopenor bolero tho end
of tho evening: i:iliot,t Zbrowskl's majestio
and J. Lloyd Hubert's Tiansport. Tho bar
was placed nt 1 feot 7 Inches, and tho greatest
jumping contest on record bogun. All topped
tho obstaole.at that height, and again nt 0 toot
all got Aafoly ovor save Majestic, that crazy
horso becoming unmnnngeublo nnd refusing to
try a llttlo bit. Tho rail was then raised toG
feet 1 Inches, at which height Loo refused
twice, on ono occasion throwing Pote Smith
heavily, and oluioBt trampling upon him.
Foxhall hano. tne owner of Hempstead, hap
pened In about this time, and smiled when a
frlond told him that tho record was In danger.
File Maker electrillnd everybody by taking the
height In superb stylo, and it bocamo evident
that Mr. Gebhard's goldlng would not have a
walk-over. Transport rofuBed twico at fa feot
1 inehos, and dually broke the framework sup
porting tho rails, wis owner then withdrew
him, leaving Loo and the dark horso to light it
out betwoeu thorn.
Tho judges, after a short consultation, do
elded that tbo tlmo had come to try for anew
record, nnd tho bar was rulsed to a shade ovor
G foetO inehos. Loo was tho first to attempt
tho ptvJpondouB flight, and thoro waB breath
less silence as Mrs. Langtry's imported groom
walked him to tbe further end ot tho garden.
Benching the eastorn end ot tho enclosure Lou
wheoled. and coming squarely at tne fonco
made a bold effort, but failed.
After a lapse of amlnuto Smith settled him
self In tho saddle, and the old goldlng oatchlng
the take-off boautlfully rose miijostlcnllr at
tho fence, which towered far abovo the head ot
James It. Keenn, the tallest of the judgos.
When polsod in mld-nlr Smith throw him
self forward on Ills, horse' neck, and
tlniH relieved, tho , grand chestnut
anded Bnfoly amid the plaudits of tho
crowd, men and women cheering the champion
to the eoho. Their applause had Boarcely died
away before they wero called upon to greet u
new champion. At the second oilori Fllo Makor
cleared the bar, but touched tbo top rail in
omlne down. Tho jump was not as clear an
,lco'e, but, under tbe rules governing such
contests, the jump stands. Mr. William Mo
Klbbon handled the bay In splendid style. i
Tho Judges measured tho holghticarefully,
nnd found It to be G feot !: inches, or 17
Inches bettor than tho world's tecord.
Whon Mr.W. K. SturglR". who bad offered a
prlzeof fJtiO In up" Imrm U vtting tho record,
lonrned that I'llo Maker had also topped the
bar. heevpioi'bod lil wIMiiw vss) tn Rlvo nlm
nllko amount. Ir. W y . 1: s'okos gave Jluo
to each ot tlioconii-sinms. 1 ml 1 hoy will both
noon record ft'i civimi n. 1 1 lo Maker Is rt
t'anndlun-bred 1.ii-p. nnd Is . neu by Mr.
'Ifierliotvrlo'fd vv'tb a spoMnl comet bo
tneon tlioprl.o hiiiitv s ol ihe in"'tli g. Mr,
Thomns HltclioLM ir c, itidbi'i, Vi I'lirrietl
offtho bluo ilnbon a. ei llvolv coniiitttIon.
Mr. A. ,1. Cnssntt's f.ndySykesand litip. Lady
Lonsdilo won tho tlno prlzo for the txt pair
of earrlagn horses; M, Y. tlnlllvon's.foiiJiioaud
KMIIo secured tho second prize of $50. . . .
During tho weok $lu,7u(l vvns paid out in
Mr. Heglnnld rrvn of Jtorrlfitnwn, N. J
bought thn celebrnled conch horso ThoSnoll
lato in tho ovenlng. Price priv uio.
fJ.V7J J.V SULLIVAN COUNTY.
Bears, Deer, Itlrds, AVIIdcnls, nnd o rnmlly'
Middlktown, N. Y., Nov. 10 Tho hunt
ing season has fairly opened, nnd Loars nnd
doer aro among the gamo that hns boon klllod
in tho forest regions adjacent to tho Delaware
nndKovcrslnkltivers. Tho biggest deer elnln
tills season In Bulllvnn county vvns shot a day
or two since by John Folton, near Mongnup
yalloy. It was a buck, and tho drossod carcass
welghod 203 pounds. Across tho river In Piko
county, Poter Hobday has killed an old boar,
and Oliver Slmonson of Blooming Oiovo hns
killed two cubs, but tho mothor bear oscnped
him. Old huntoiH piedict good sport with
bears and (hur ns soou ns thero comes n
Tho bollof that has genornlly prevailed thnt
tho groat nllzzard ot Inst wlntordostrojod all
I lin i.iii,,,, lilnla ,1, , ns 1 1, lirt mtl I ml,, lirtnmiil.
cd. All acoountB agroo that partrlduo, or
ruffled groue, nro lemarkably numerous In
Sullivan county this fall. A there aro many
birds, bo I hole aro mitiiy huntois, aftil the con
stant fusillade kout up in tho woods nnd thick
ots Is drlv ltig tho gnmn out Into tho oiifin Holds,
or Into strungo covotts. It is no uncommon
thing for 11 Inrmor to llnd straj pnrtlldges In
his lion coop or dovecote. Tho other morning
William (l.IlolllMor of Bothol found 11 tlook rif
four partridges in hiding in his woodshed.
Ouailnnd vvocnlcocknru also qulto nmneiucH
A good-sized wildcat was klllod noar thn
Now Jorsoy bordur tho other dnj Another
ferocious nnlnutl has of late ben terrifying
residents nnd travelers along the lonol) blmvv
nngunlt Mountain rond between Pott Jorvls
nnd Urecnvlllo. Fdvv.irct Ovainur, who litis
charge of the tollgx'o, near tho top of tho
mountain, nnd wl? hud lioqucntlv hennl thu
alarinlng crlos c tho minimi nt niglit, on Mon
day took his nin and pturtod to kill It. hud
denlr, in tfiversing n thicket in tho forest, ho
cruuo upJ.n an old she panther with threo Irilf
gruwscubs playing lll.o kittens by hortidn.
Ilofero tho staitled hiintor could legnln h r
tuontal balanco tho animals were off lr'V"
illght. He fired, and probably woimd tho
mothor panther, as Blight traces of l-"d weio
lotind along lior tinck. Other Hntni.s who
havo eiueo started out on the tw", havo failed
to run down tho game. It f probablo that
mother und cubs havo fycaped neross thi
Doluwnrti into tho cleave nnd wido-oxtondiug
forobts-ou tho right hank ot tho rlvoi.
A MOnEL HOUSE 3IAET.
Van TaMsrll fc KMrnej's New Uullillnc in
Twelltli Street Upenetl VcHterituy.
The members of tho llrin of Van Tnsscll .t
Kearney woro very happy jostorday. Tho now
building, which thoy havo construotod for nn
auction mart ot horsos and carriages at 125.
127. aid 120 East Twoltth stroot. was formally
opened, mid about 200 of their friends took ad
vantage of tho occasion to congratulate them.
X collation was sorved in tho harness room.
The room was prettily docoratod with Uovvcrs.
The Central Park HidlngAcadomy sont a largo
floral carrlago filled with roses and attached to
a iloral horso. Commissioner T. H. Bronnan
acted ns tont mastor of tho occasion, and
added to tho fun by his humorous Introduc
tions of the ppenkcrs. Edward J. Kcurnoy, a
member of tho firm, rovlevvod tho firm's his
tory, nnd attributed their success to lho tact
that ihoy "had established n character for
honesty and fair dealing, two -lrtuoa which
many people thought weio divorced lromtho
horso trade." Mr. Van Tnstell. Edward hcar
nuy, Jr., and other meuibon of tho llrm re
sponded to toasts, and proved that tho uuction
business, was a training school for orators.
Among thoto who were prosont to congratu
late Van Tassell ,t Kenrnoy wore InMioclor
illiams. Police Justice lv.il broth, t'upt. McOul
lagh ot tho Fifth streot station and Capt.Mo
Cullagh of tho Elizabeth street station. Police
Captain Webb, J. beaver Pago. YVIillnm Lam
bler. August Dohorty, Col. T. A. Hamilton,
l'roporty Clerk J. H. Harriet. Judge Monoll,
Wierift-eloct Flack. James McCaffrev, David
Arnold. Mnnagor Burnhamof tho StarTheatro,
O. F. Brltton. and a Uologntion from Ameabury.
Mas , consisting of O. Osgood, W. E. BIddlo.
Both Clark, nnd l,us Tarry.
The new building ol Vnn Tassell ,t Kearney
is said by exports to bo a model ot Its kind. It
Is six stories high, and cost M10.U00. On tho
grounu noor nro zou stalls ami iwontj-tive box
stalls. Tho llrst lloor has threo 0III1.03 nnd tho
salesroom for horses and carriages. On the
second lloor 1b the hnrness room, nnd tho rest
of tho building will bousnjfor btorugo. Tho
llrm was established in lh07.
ISitclns; In JVew .Jrrxey.
The nttendnnco nt Guttenburp; was light
yesterday, the trackvory heavy, and tho bolting
Hvoly. Tbo rosultb follow:
rtrst Race Parse Jfioo. selling allowances, fonr anrt
a half furlongs. (Uenuora Hon, lu Wett secoml, aii4
B'sliup third. Time, l:OU;V JlulUila njU S3 05, tHj,
socond nace Purse $200, for maldrn two-j-pnr ohlj,
eelliug allowances, ere (urloncs Pr Je&jcli won.
AlalJ of VV oodlands seiond, and t'ablnet third
Third ltaco I'urse J'J'jo. selltnz ullovianoes. Sfren
furlonira. Wnyvsardwon Vlatihuttan kocom I. ami Land
seer third. Time. 1.0. .VllituaU laid 4-1 V !. ?t.i, m'.-,
fourth Race 1'urso ?.M) fcIHuk' allow antes nii.eamt
arlxteeiith. Jopenb won. Main sicond, and Ariel third
Time, 1:& .vlutunlspaldH . pt7n S.i "JV.
llfth Race I'urse $-oo, hellha, alIonces, three
quarters of a mile Herman won, Aruibtronir second,
and John Jay S third, 'lime, 1 -'I
llaclng at Wavorly was postponed to Monday.
Itaclnc on the Pacific Count. BSS
Ban Fuancisco, Nov. 10. Tho fall mooting of
the Tactile Coast lilood Hoe Association ojisued at
Hay Irlstrlct track to-day. That track was in pood con
dition. First race Mile and a hundred j mpIs, for three
iear olds and upward ln,i,3 P. won. bulla b. second
oh Aniteles third, flme, I IH-
Tliree quarters ufa mile, Laie' stake for three-yenr-olds.
I'lcnlc wou, yuustlue seconl, i.ad liclen third.
Mile and a half ; JIny Cllv States. Mollle Mrrarthy',
Last nou. Moje II. seiond, Ilrutua third lluib, a7j.
Attlthaca yesterday Lafayette, Id, Cornell, a
Th Patersnn Ranters were dofeated hy the Thlst a
Fou;ball I'luli of New Vorkin the setoud roiini or tie
American loothall AssOLiatlou games at I'utersouby
a score of 7 tfouU to 1
injTlllRina, l'a, or, 10 Thn Ftevenft Institute foot
ball team was defeated b Lehigh I liiv ersitv eleven til's
arteruuob iu an iacltlutfhame by u score of tcu points
I AIormoiiM Aeik tfr Tree Vntrr,
Ottawa, Out., Nov, 10. Tho Mormon delo
fates met fair Johu Macdoiutd to-dar. They aikel,
amomr other tliluys, for a Post Ofllce and for tree water
flower. supiorinr that lu the orthwe,t thev u unlit
lavo to i,y a apeciflc tax for turning an) portion of thn
water aside lor IrrlKallnti. 'iheviilav however liavo
free atl the water net dud for sui li purponeK. Theileli,-
faies ask freedom from timber du, s, a their set 1-ment
s away out on the prairie, twenty miles from timber.
tin Het nn Cleveland nnd l.imt S.'.OOtt.
IlurFALO, Nov. 10. IiuIh Hurrlbon, tho acor,
wliolsptaylnir in Ihe "l'earlof I'ektn" companj, lost
$5,000 Dy netting that Cleveland would h elerled Mima
luesila) tha other members of die company n tve 1111, 1,1
Mm miserable, in various wajs pirlit'ul.irlv by tclllnir
crowds 011 the street that ho is the air. lIarr.sou win
wus elected 1'residant.
Another Treuk lor ISttmiim.
Bmpoei'oiit. Nov, 10. Mrs. Lniil fiwnrte
gave birth to a male child to-day with only one arm.
Otherwise It Is perfectly forme.!. Hv months airo tho
woman's huebsud, nholnaii empto,,i or the llHrnuin
and Loudon show, had I1I1 rlfht unu l,adv J 11 traled hy
ayouuir lion, and the wile worried cnnnnu iu for fesr
wartr would have to submit to unipulat.ou.
Arrlvul orfjperu MngciM,
Frauloln Alma I'ohstroem, Herr Wllholm
Eedlmayer, Ilerr I iiEenoVVeies, Herri d i-Midllncer,
and Herr Josefh Peck arrived from ,er-iafit eiterilay
by the caale Iraulelu 1 el cl ,! h -u .n . rraulelu
Kelt are 011 the '1 rave. AliKli If 11 Uleliuu Ml Ivedli'SUay
last, and Hen Kobiuson onihouiua. 1 oern any on
the 3d lust. 1 rau Morau-uiil'm Irmleui ttml ltrt
taiiue. and Herr Julius 1'crottt sail on t e Latiru vu
"Znzel" will AUvo.ate the J.llr. r( Aliroad.
Among the passengers on the Umbrla. which
sAlhd for Liverpool jesttrdsy, wus ij, o. Marr, Ilsrnum
A llajley's travelllur a.'ent air. f tarr of arcuniputdid
by Lra, ftsrr. r rofesslouall) knovui n . ie' and
famous for her ft at of dri'iving into th' 'tfe av nr u 1,
Mrs btarr Isolnir to try in tirsuade lire deparimtiil
abroad to adopt the lite satimr nit.
JYew Vork 1'iirht C'luli lllnner.
The first of a series or informal dinners to bo
liven at the .New Vork Vathi Club licite. this winter
waa eaten last nliriiL Thomaa 11 Asleii presided, and
ethers present were K. II Houghton. Russell IL Hern
don, Stephen 1'eabody, Lmest Ataples. l,eorge A Cor
mack, II. W.Durant, it S liowue, Uasva I'nilerulU, J.
U. irutt, aa4 KtwiMia Udiar.
AT ACTION. I
VanTassell & Kearney 1
WILL HOLD THEIR OPENING SALE AT
THEIR NEW 1MMM0TH ' B
AUCTION MAM, I
WO, 180 EAST 1DT1T ST., aUVIl !?
1S5, 1CT, ISO EAST 10TH BT Sj
TUESDAY, Nov. 13th, I
at 10 o'clock, I
IS EXIIAUBTKD, Kf. i
ADOur-'ioo head or nonsKs. trottoiul Mtuau .jof K
aVNB rAUILt ANIMALS. jJ.
INCLUDED IK TUB LOT AHU X 4$ Jji
j?Ain rAnnrAors itortsns, inv nKDa, t jura. T(1 IJ
s?aABriio5ia&Dra,DAoW m l
BAT OL'LDINO, 15 HANDS. OAK SHOW AaaSOAXTv ifl
WVBFlM-'Hta'.NTBttDL,! "KSES AND SB HI,V
rJRi ioauVk" dt AJAXl ,55t nANDat A-'"" iPrni
THi tT Ml V'tvcntm r a al a nnw s-a A.- y Is K,
hah'n1 AL80, bli-bBAt m 'A
TWO ELKUA.M JJUO-CAUT TURNOUTS. I)SI( )
A. alAONIPimST "TALLT-HO" COACII. OOOD CAI Iffis
.NKVV, lltlILT HY UKIIWKTEB CO, BBOaS ft". 5?
WAV ANIJS7T11 hT.. I Oil H7SO. """" Jw'n
I! VKItVSI'KKnr HOItKKt.THATOAX TROT ALU SM fS
Till. WAV I'BOM 3 IINUT1JS TU SOS. " ijlpj H
8IS ttT,lJ,1.l.,,!0.AI AN,) t'AHRIAOB r-AirtR. AND X If, j 5j
KUMllKIlUc'VLllVrSbftJLltUiilNKSSIIOBejyL , . ' A if
THE OAUniAOKS CONSIST OP BERLIN COAOJIf? M U
LAMIAUK nilOUtlllAJIR COUl'E, AN1 S.X , I -i K
HI AT KOIlKAVVAVh, LAUIhS' l'HAET'-'' 0r J'K'
AND NO TOl' 110A1) U AUO.SS, ao. ;; P)
an immense ixooR iiTrma T-ItDINa IB BUT . ' 't 51
Ai'AitT roit T'-1 y Y'. n
STORAGE OF CA-,A0E3 0J!LT' ',' R M
TniS WILL ACCOMV'ATK AT LEAST It U
TWO lim-'HEn AND FIFTV TEHIOLBII. Rj. M
HMDJIAL HORSE SHOW 1 S
association of aonerica. 4i t4 h
X ALE BV AUOTIOH OF ;. tf
HORSES ' f, fc
EXniIlITED AT THIS SHOW WILT, BB ITOI UTOBB I U Wi
THE AUHPIChS A.D 11ANAOEUENT OF ilj tf
Tho American Horso Kxchango, M., 'sff
IN MADISON SQUARE GARDEN Ij M
ON MONDAT. NOT. 12. AND TUESDAY. IfOT. I1L ! if i Oil
IHa, AT 11 A. M. EACH DAY. SiSS
TT.RMH AM) I1LANK POItMt, CAN 1IE ORTArNErt ' -31 J?
AMI 1..STKII.S rOlt THIS UllAM) SALE MADE AT I' i'l CT
Till! AHKRICAN IIORHK I.XOHANOE, LI), WITH ST. ftvl S"i
IIIIIIADVVAV, AND 7T1I AV , Oil IN Tllh AUCTION" ly ' 4 H
KKIl'el OFFICE, JlABlBON KQUAHE OAllDEN.DUBLNa k JO iff
TJIK HlIOw, j jj (if
THE HATKR mil TIITC VflRTIirnwrvn RAT.17R km '! VI 7
THE AUKKICAN HOUSE UXCMAMJK AHK KOV. fi 'if 5
14, 21, AM) 2K AM HhC. ft, lit, IU AND sa ANI Ij l ?
I.VKI.V HUCCKEOQ W IiaUNKSDAV WlTUOUT -TAlaU (jl'lj K?
TllHHUAFTEIU v $ vjf
HEARE. " ' ;g
S, 34, 20, and so West rourteenti St. J.ljJ' nX
Ueadquartera for foi1 Kti
Hone Blankets, Lap Robes, Sheets, w"hlr,lo. j'dl J,t
Hone Blankets strapped and booniln.SS cents npwari j.'J.'lj Mj
Horso Blanlceta heavjr wool 91.29 upwarcl jl ' 1 V
WoolLapRobes. 1.10 upward fjfr5J Ss
Reversible Plush Lap Robea LIS upward. '.Bljij
yurLapRobea 2.0upwar4 ft Hj t
Uxamlnatlon win Show jt :M K
who eflers tha best selection Bj savins; rent ana U wj ;K
other expenses of a separate store we can eaailr under- JV jv -iii
sell any excuilrelj- In the horse goods business. t" 1 .)
A -S. A. WOOD. jj-jj j
JV. STABLES 14J to 148 WEST SOM ST. AND II) C fl T&
lSf.T. D3,Hh.T COACHES. CARK LANDAUS, VtC- Sfft ffl
lOKlAS. AND HANSOM CAHSTOLKT AT ALL 110UU8. ?, Ji M
oit t.Hol'1'li.G-CoacheH, L5u; cat, . and ban. h l St
eoms, SI ner hour. COACHES FOB KUNKltALS-CaJ. A ' &J
jary. U: Ev erereen. (lit Oreenwood. fas Cjpress Hills, i ,' (Sir
S5; Lutheran, fei. Woodlawn. 7. To Casino. Iak and Jl nii
return. 2; principal parts of the Tark, J3t aU aroun t , tlJIK?
the l'ark, iaj Oram's tomb, fllversldo drive, ts; ale- f ittiH
comb's Dam. J3: High Jlrldno. IF7. lluirrlea, carta, sue- 1; if jiSlS
rles to let, with or without horses. Horses to biro for all iJivVlfJ1
business purposes. Accommodations for a) horses oa Pji; :)''
AT QUARTER VALUE (death of ownerJ-Three see- !?? IS
viceable work horses. $50 np; pair sound, stout, SJ,S lit'
Rood sired Canadian mares, $125; a pair of working Al' ItA
mules cheap-, also a family horse, sound, young, trot In iih . tJi!
s:v safo for any lady to drlva, also tine road horse. I'M ?)P
wnrrnnteil tn irnt ,n r,fii .i,)i &in.n, .M.v.. . revile
bnirjT. seat two; haVness. robes, blankets, ao. Inquire) Ifli L$
nt 7 East ad St.. between Bowery and 2d ay. tf (fej:
BROUOHAM AND COUl'E. both In flratclasa order.' f(i l '
ut very reasonable ngurea l-pi Ut '
DOCTOR'S WAI.ON AND CANOHV PUAETOK, ibi ffc
COUl'E AND IIHOUOHAM, &5(teVSj ,
TWO-VVHEELED Otlt & Is! Kefi '
.PAREIAI1E BEI'AIRH A 81'KCIALTT. t-jft Ml
EDWAni) CALLANA.N'S WlV. CARltlAUb. utrrLDEB. vfa Wti I
S7 VVEhT44TH ST. 6TJI AND UIH AYB. -3 Ki
STOKAtlC ROOJt forCarrlagea, Road Waironaao. Vt OiS
VANTASSELL 4 KEAKNEt have set apart for f rSJ
etorage purposes ono entire floor In their new reposlto- ,'hA CT '
ry. l't, laitast IHthsL. and 1 A U7. and UUEast UUt 'iV ?!
at. Thla will afford auiplo aciomrnodatlon for 210 car- ,UiXii.
,""'"- . m f. ;
ALIUIITslncIohirness. taken for debt, butH to order l, W Ji', i
for W will elt for 23 h lAHr,
Mrs. RVAN. 2S4 West 88th st. (Arthur flats). 'if A M ,1
Ahl'LKMlID family or business mare, $75; work iyjl ''M '
horse, ioo M7 II th sr., corner 44th at. (saloon). Kirvi '
A OOOD HORSE and pony for aalo, cheap, for want ot t i Vtl i
use. 145 hasHJd sl f .t"ftf
BUSINESS WAtlONK wholesale prices, huyof mana- ?! (lltyfi '
fscturer, wmrons tiullt on premlsos, fully warrautel fR -"1l sll
one y ear, llne, ifi second hand wairuiis. all sizes, all t IVlnffl
styles, lMtrirallis. HUDMJ.N VVAOON CO.. 54J Hudson St. ' jl?JSi
CARIUAGE HORSPK -Style, action, and quality. As. f luVPl
. l''r '" A. l'ALMER, Morewood. Heiupnead. L. I. f ( ', jlfw
1rO.UE!.TRIAN OUTHT-t Illustrated catalogues free. !!ii,? I
VVIIITVIAN bADDLE CO. I1H t. haniberssu M jf',55 .
IjVDIt SALE (owner going abroad) At prlvato stabl Hfirllf$ '
4J West Oatli at., ono It hand bay coupe horsa and K&'M'T
tvvo saddle horses, suited to alther ladv or gentleman! ? l 17?i
all sound and kind. 1IK.NJ. IIUKUbTBH. (.ix- ,'
IjVOR SALE Several fine road horses, sound and ktnd, fV? ( 5
. suituhlo for collectors, doctors, Ac ApplyutBrew V: Ir? . !
ry. 1)41) VVemi th st.. between u and 12 V , (
1" poll SALE Cheip horso. AppljTto W, STHINOUAM, , vS Vtl i
oyster dealer, root West Huh si. J ('W J.i
HANDSOME brougham. Engllth model, nearly new, Lav KwI'S al
green, revarnlshed, iKile and sharts, J.,75. l.vo litC m
VV. H1AMC DU.SliNIIUItV. WJM andbax) 7th ay. 'bHjG3 7
IF VOU WANT AV EXCPLLENT WAHONeall and ez- t'P-'JMl 1,1
amino our lirge and new slock of dry goods, laundry, f'V-' rv 'fl
samp o, milk, in irlut, groi.er, express, and depot frt l.r ft
wauoiis; al,o full lu.o or carls of all styles, afew allghtlr 'fin 1 ). if,
shop vioru wiigous at a bsrguln P bill (
EAC1.NP VVAIIO.N AND CARRIAGE CO.. 'li'R'ij Q
Corner Houth &th av, und Spring at. rjfit.'Tl '1
LAUP BROS. lw-l!io Division st.. Raloand Exchange, & iiiH (B
htub Lnre nook tVrsiern and anadtan uorssi n ivi 'f.
roustuntlv on haul, all kinds work horses to let, n hi i
UH.1!ACV ""cO "" " '.' r Hi lt
Cthav. I3thtol4tht. U ri? :B
HEAVY WINTER STABLE AND ROAD BLANKET! "V- flfl
fie to tujio. , ,tt K W
which Is 23 per rent, lem than is charged elsewhera. ' (f. . V,
Also lull flneof LAI' KOI1KH. KflllKir! AND WHIPS. , ii i
at fromajta to 50 per cent, loner than other houses. VS 'III til
SOIIRKL lionsii, 157"i7aud. chunkybullt. very faat," f-ffliWA't
kind and suuud, only a little tender forward; 10 ' V fcf !i
vearsol il. HARItlH. V.it East Mtth st. fci jM
Kancaroes, '$ ft
K Kancnroo dinner wrti clvon at O'Noill'a " '& VH if
last cverlng by Capt Franklin Ileaurs toapartyot , MJf jl
Jolly jrachtsmea They did not eat Kangaroo meat, 'i kj R
luwover, for beef ngd Bast's ale formed the chief of t ri It, ''
thelrdieL It was A celehration of the elifht vir-tnri.. At HllV 'l,f
IKiachieTedby the swift little aloop Kangaroo of th v'i'l $ 'V
Brooklyn and the Atlantlo YacutiClubs. A list of them ', .( ($A
appearedonthelnvltatloiisi V ?(iw fl
Atlantlo Y. C, May W, tint, prize; Atlantlo Y. C.,.Jace I HlV If
regatta, second prize; Larchmcut Y. C, sprint regatta, ' '! vU'jv u
Urtt prize; feeavranhaka Y, IX, annual regatta, two -' "tl'X
prizes, Larchu-.out Y. U, annual regatta, first prize J Hr& 'R
New itochelle Y, 0. annual regatta. llrst prise; Broob, 1' VI! ','T 'r!
l)n 1. C. unnual regatta, aalloter, no competitor, and a , 'ri &A p
m itch rate forfeited by the Wabasso. I ( JL. 'ft'
The trophies auorncd tbe table, and those that were) ' 4l rli U
suitable for the purpose were wet with charnDague. fi - Jl li- W
The guests were Capt. Philip Lliworth. the Kangaroo'i aj Jl. , S
designer: Mr John Sirlttmstter, her mascot: r. LId- t "'1 1 VtW
Mncott, Commodore Hopkins, Commodore J. T. Bar- 1 .'VrJ ' !1
nsrd. 4r. Jolm O'Neill. Mr. lirester Klssam.Hr. .Jkllt-'V'
t ainacho. Sir l.)-re. and Secretary Bayard ol the fcea- f jil; il)
wanhaka Yachtt'lnb. The rest of the party were called f T!1 U
hani,arnoM uecams ther are Msinbersot her racing .il.l 'H
crew They were Charles Ccnnell. Oeorge W. Clark. IHJl 'N
.1 (! Kgerion. A. (I. l.rey Willis Holly. 8 B Hazard, Hfl"H
Robert Hazard J w, banderson, J. II Trlbkln. II. w! iUi ,w
Waller, and hklpper Franklin Beanies. Ther are all 'OM It
called bandy men Uy the latter, though their usefulness 1 iJHi ,'ti
varies Ihe range Is from ihiHia who an lightly forward ' flK); ,H
tojpggle with th spinnaker polo do to those who ., iiJJss '13
ponderously perch 011 tbe "hlghslde," la tho dlanllled. l lJail1 nffl
repossful capacity of "live baUast." k ' ( tWti ij
Tuli- for tbo Eclectic Illsjpenaary, 'JjUm Vi
On Monday noxt and continuing throucli tho .hMH M
weska fair will be held at the Herman Masonlo Tempi f JiMt
on East Fltleenth itreet, opposite Stuyvesant Park. ., ''Msi M
which Is for Ihe benefit of the free dispensary connect. 1 i'3
ed wltn the Eclectlo tledlral College. The dispensary 1 'A M HI
has been In operation three years, and has tar outgrow! , il ffi ' 'J
its present arruniiiioilatiuu and needs immediate en- i,' Hi S m
largetuenu Iha proceed, of this fidr m be entirely f 'i U; 1
itlUfi!!! i1" '.'ifP0"' Iu? "lly ef band.ome ani J I iff 1
usetul articles .will be eitenslre, anif the attendance will f) ' if 1
undoubtedly be large. There will bu uvula an saeli F i -fit I
IlmBUHi4.Tealn. ww Bn j U ,M
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