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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918.
15 BOMB BAND WORKED ON BUSINESS BASIS ( mifoxiniis Itcvwil Ainn.lnj; Kf- ficifiic.v of Hlark Hand Onrniiizullon. 1 . ti uiv ttttt nit) t i n-r. U II .MAN HAT) lllfc PART I Cnnili M'tkT. Zllinp nml lininh Fiirr Itiirkc Coolly Toll of .lolis" Dohp. Police Ommlw.loner Dougherty. ,-,r - .kiiib our more arrests .turins the an. ., nlKhl mmlo public the confea- a . ..f Anthony Sadaytln and Ilocco I ,; . two or tne Italian homo ter rorist. 'p i uinfeislona reveal the thorough ' ,'t s .ii L'nnlKHtUin of the Illack Hand ..(. tlltieney of the fsiiliK fur dolim blowing; up the- Mores, factortei and 'iiiiM of omnilcs-, for doing auch jols i"r lilie or een friendship, for drlv i.t busiiiiiis competitors away and for tirror fins others Into imyinfr tribute. Atit'n.'i.i S.iilnytlii Is Ifl years old. He h ir in.it v .ili.isix. chief of which Is Hurke. I! i .i 1" .Ill Is 23 ears old. He Is fl, . t r. iiiH- with a limp .in.l therefore . ,-im 1 limp, Them- men Kavc In -.ions not only a complete, list i , i.tml'o niittHitos- which they com- ill" ..I'di-is of their emplojer, of the I .11.1 t'i help moors and barbers .1 en iv competitors and of the tribute i , ,1 but hIci of tin- work done to help i t tut strike In the clothing trades. I .. . ,: lUMii Ua ( P, h Iturko and Zump said that the eal- of their band p. ' ., it, ax r.itrina. Wits 1'letro (Slam. il years old, of 132 : f liri.lsn street, who was arrested on Frl- mbran.. was responsible for the i, .....ll....lo ..f II, ..... ,1. ,.,l.. Il 1,1 1 U," ,,,ut" I i oidef of the iH.inb trust. I ., M,i.riin... the prisoners said, worked ,,m !, .S til. i lie -r' et.ls will, us nmcl. tboroughnejs ....Id.... of a corporation solves pi.tlons of business economy, Minlpal of tb" baud bud an as wis. was the biter w.lter. The n- ' m this band Is miM to have bee.. . I.ivantln.., win. wk .flcknamed p-rc- ScHpon.' hIm. was the tMi.nh- . . u r bun. I lm, a hombniukr. i, ie. usually the letter writer and the I.,, l.in.il-. r nic different persons. iiil: I'.i.i.l also has Its bomb setter and t- ...M,ti liter Hurke was the bomb tlrer ..f i iniiol.i iiih.'s band, while Zump was ih, Pond. .. iter ..r bon.li planter. Alfred I., Umiiiii win. Is In the Itackensack Jail, .i , w ,i lnnl. planler, for uually lu. toss ,.lfi.ii' .e.p.lre.l that there be at I. as. iin. m finir Mich men always ' h for "lul.'k wink lu an emergency, . .I'll when a bomb failed to go off. r Hu.ki. how.ver. prided himself on lie ng .in rpert Isitnb llrer. for few of hliJ ., .. ef i. trk. lie boastuMl, wele unsuc--.iil and when they were he always .- tvtilv to do the Job over again and do It right. Vstrni in llnamltr Xapplr. i tu I. nej iils-o xiiulred that, there be i.i ri who supplied the dynamhe. The ii. tiaiuite furnisher for the gang Is said i., ' v, I...11 llussu I'.is.itla of .'..1 Oak . . ' wnii was arrested yesterday. He rwivs r. .pnr.'.l count. tsIrii before he c out the iiiiu.lt.' The signal for ' Hie Rang recently was "illve us the cigars 0 I'ete." , ii tu refued to tell the police where c i the dynamite. A good part of It 1 - ! to have been stolen from the maga- v . . ..f MiitiK'uV eon. r.le.nrs. T e suec-ssful work of the bomb men i. , ..pilred a go-between. This work t- ,' formed by different men on dlff'sr- i i...n. The go-betwcn was the 'inn t usually visited the person who nil n celling Illack Hand letters ind . i ii.mI Ik.-v tribute could be paid ,.n. pr.t , testn.vd. Tin. , ..iifesHlons of Hurke and Zump 'M.i . ii . 1 1 lice. I the police, that murder 'ii- l..eti dime because of ipiarrels over Hie tin -Ion of spoils. The p.lnclpal of t gang usually took one-hulf the trlbuto wl.i i t was colleeted, or one-half the .i.iviiiit ih li I l.y a man eager to drive .u.i' ,t business competitor. Tho rest was .liM.kil among the gang. Burke .' 'I '.ump. bomb setters and bomb tlrers, ',-n.tlli cot from HA to $30 apiece for lit it part i.r the work. It Is suld that illamlir.'iiio and a bomb setter pained Itl t i' liVstlm quarrelled over money they l "I liestln. was found dead shortly ..firm, ml lie hail been blown up with s bninlt. lrrel topieil Tno Jobs, Both Ituikn and Zump told the police, 'Intr urn st prevented at least two f'.m. helng can led out by the gang r'"!.n nlclit and esterd.iy morning, r 'i I he s.iiik had planned to blow up a R nifv ,t sot i:asl lOStl. street. A rival i i 1 r. . ti.e gang to do the work. The , 'h was to have been done on Thursdav, ' 't .. ni.-t lung preientetl and 1'rlday nlgt .tu s.i on faturday morning It naa l"ii rriiugeil to rob the eashler of a reaj '-.tali ilrm ,.t SWty-nlnth street and ,-ierd . i. avenue. U. wtii up there last Wednesday to J ilt -aid Hurke. "Zump wus with a' M. k .civ that seieral thousand dol wuiilil I..- banked by th cashier. When " Metl tli.ie. however, we found the "" - of another gang on the same Ue p.,uiiiei It, deciding to do It ' ' ''I on Saturday morning. t .' neti pi lon.uilt murder. If neces-i-1 I'll., arrangement was that twu men hi I -.,,ti, n ;i doorway, and when the inn lame nul with the satchel In her 1 "'I Zinnp, the cripple, was- to walk In i ot .r iier, stuinble and hurl nor over tm i , ii,,, tun men In tho doorway." Rurki' I'onfraslon Vlrld. tit in. is of srie gang's work are set ' rt' nvldli in the lonfession of Hurke. I' s his history from the tl.no he n of lllinlru in August, 112. Ills ' wjrk win. horse stealing. ' lent down to a saloon on the i it'.m r 1 , H,,, ''and there I met I ;l ' ' hi nr Scbniltty. We decided to do ' ir tniw and horso stealing and divide ' ' preMts Mijrm gins detailH of the horse they tnir stole a team of horses from Hous n .l l.ldrlilge streets. The owner got i'-"i baek. hut two wreks afterward we n ' i.irrn tigiiln " I'uri.o said they usually sold tho horses N.'W Jersey ' "irr time wn worked with a fellow T'I ,Uri,, I'.lncr, noii of a proprietor of 'i i Sixth street. Zump was with ""' V r .lihed the store of $300 In cash 1 e l' l.in'i-lre I vnt tVOO. Zlimn ent I 1 "0 an, I J.m.l, uu'i -i00. Wo pawned the .lw. apnne, has one of tho pawn Afterward Kelner was lent I '' H.irts Island, for his father aecused 1 ''f doing the Job iind had him r tMied" lilts of III Uomb Jobs. Wirt, -ii 1. 1 im bought tin and ave It to V. in.. .i, .. i ' ... i "i,., luliiil.l JL met . me iuiitri- i .tors Tiilklni ulwi.it hla hnrnh wArb. I'urke still , V" illd Hie job at Sussman, Wallack, g - facto I m, Feb uary 3 Zump ' I ... ,.n..,.,.t sir. ...,. i., u.i the 1 I- o. man who made the bomb wa ' ' 1 himself but thero were too many , e "rrts sround the fuctory. I want up on ' i " Jdjolnlnr roof nd"watt fctU '(to KimrdM went away. I placed Iho liomb in a water Unit nnd It went off. "On Kel.rnari' tM I wi. mitii ymun in SI Kait Houston nlrcrl. Kuinp placed the bomb In the hull on the fliet floor. I lit It, hut It failed to o off, Somi !)) found It and gave It to a policeman." HUrKR raid ho net another bomb on June 24, "Then there was a man tin In Washington Ktreot." continued Tlnrke. "A letter had been written to him MemandinK 1 ItVOoO. Kllrnn font, u bnuiH tin lh,.M ,..l I net It off. Afterwanl Scln.iltty went j with mn to the place and we Kot $15u, , I not $25 for my Miure." ' About three months- ano," Burkp'a con- fe!lon Roea on, "they placed a bomb to el off ln ,",dl' N' J' eVhniltty planted Hiid lit It, but It failed to ro off. Then ,nt'y en toT Ri"'Kn i""ll I''!' with considerable pride. "I planted anl 1 lit It, ll went off that time. ' Jfo Mailer, Another Uomb. nurke wait not afraid to make a second attempt at n Job. "On July IS." he mid, "we went to S3 Monroe street with a bomb. 1 placed and 1 lit it and It exploded. Then we wrote for money, but did not act any. L'" T. t..r "V .c"' " "7 So Wo decided to put the bomb In a milk can the place was a milk establishment. "MH'i MV lUUlill ill- IMlLlt' n attliril, We went up the Mai re of an ndjoliilm; building and then over the roof. We cot Into the house and put It In an empty milk can. I lit the bomb. The Job paid 100. Zujiip anil I got J5t of that. "On March I," continued Hurke. "Ha trlno nave us a bomb made by Hcupone In bis More In 1S7 Chrjstle street. We placed that at the door of 110 Crosby street. That was a Job for tho union In the garment workem strike. Zump and I (rot 130 apiece. Wo used six sticks of dynamite, which we rot from Philadel phia. Kestlvo brought the dynamite over. "When I was In Sullivan county one time," said Uurke. "I stole thirty-eight sticks of dynamite from n muRaxIne In the Ontario unci Western llallroad station. I nue sixteen slicks to sViipnnc I unit twenty sticks to (lambi-lano." IZestlxo I used tu biltiK the fuses from I'hllailclphU. "On .May L'n," continued Hurke, Kllbl. 'Tatrlno (tave Zump and me a bomb to place at 75 Second avvnuc. 1 lit It and It went off. A month and a half after ward we placed another bomb there, and about 11:30 ln the morning a girl came along. Hhft saw It and called to the crocer man In the build Int.'. Hn picked It up and hurled It Into the street, where It exploded. After that ratilnn Rot $200 from tho grocer and Zump awl I Rot 931 apiece.' oramauc incinem was re.aie.. u '"'. lilitu' lin Ihn il. .if Vl..hriltm l?rr..lfi 7r.fi K ht nvenur. "i-rttrlno." he said. "Kot ,hp ,ob froln j.VH, Nv wr()tl, 1u,. t(l , w of tn , hln) tu , ,Up mHl) mjt (,ui (ftlrnB ,n(j h(. bomb. I set It at night, but at 11:3.1 som. girls coming home found It and totil the polli-email. There was no explosion, f'a- trluo offered me :Ti to try It again. I went to Zump and aflir lighting the bomb I walked down Klghth avenue, waiting for the explosion, After, It occurred' I went back and took a look at the damage. Theie were a lot of cops around. Zump corroborated many dt tails of Hurke's story anil ndded details of his own exploits. Hlnek Hand Letter I .Self. Commissioner I'ougherty sals that An- tonlo l.evantlnn wrote himself a letter. I demanding money. Levantine, usually I called Scapone. leport.d the matter to, the police. The Commissioner thinks that the man's aim was to get Into the conlldence of the police and find from them whether the police were on the trail of tho Mark Handera. After Scapone's arrest Commissioner I'ougherty made him write the letter from dictation and the handwriting of the two letters agreed. Here Is the letter, dated October 7: "-Ok An Tost: On not forget that we have not forgotten you but wo warned ou first before you opened your store at 214 Chrystle street to have $l!00 In jour pocket and the first man that will tell j'ou we are making a collection' you must give them the money. That Is the enough. Oo not tell nothing to the polio because you will phss It i cry bad. If you speak we will put another bomb much larger than the first. Hi.ack Hank." The places which members of the gang are said by the ih.IIcc to have dynamited In connection with the clothing strike an as follows: Sussman. Wullack & Sonn tug. M! Fifth street, on lVbrua.y 3. Krauhaus llros.. 54 West Fifteenth street, on February IS; Hornthul, llenja.nln & Helm, 22 F.ast Fourteenth str.et, on Feb ruary 27: llosenthiil Manuracluilng Com pany, B6S Hroadway, on .March 1 ; Idee & Co., Lafaj'ette and Fourth street, on Sep tember !. and Klce A: Co.'s facloiy In I.yndl.urst, N. J., on September 23. The police say that the member" of aiambrano's baud worked In conjunction with the counterfeiting gang on which a raid was made by the sercet ncriicc men under ('apt. Henry on Frldaj. liiain brano's crowd Is said to have handled the counterfeit money and also procured sup plies for counterfeiting purposes. (Slam bratio Is also wanted by the Federal authorities. The roundup of the two gangs now In cludes twenty-one persons Including the man who committed suicide In Troy. Kleven of these were caught In Manhattan and Hrooklyn. two In Hackensack and seven In Troy. Four men were caught as bomb throw ers by Koughe.ty's men yesterday and one by Capt. Henry us a counterfeiter. llonsrhrrtr'a en Captures. Oougbertj's new captures Included An gela Kllvestro, 23 years old, of 250 Kliza beth street, a drlv. r for the Crude nihil Milk and Cream Compan.v, of 32!i Hast Twelfth street. He Dually admitted that bo was In a plot tu blow up a grocery' storo at 204 Kast lO.sth st.ect. Zump, Hurke and he were to hale done the Job mi Thursday, but they put It off until Friday night. The detectives sent by ('apt. Tuiney found two sticks of dynamite lu the stable of the milk company. Another prisoner la Charles Kniiiia, 22 years old, of S Hlanton street, who owns ,i billiard parlor In 28 Spring street. He said that Zump, Hurke and l'ctrluo wen. friends of his and they had set a bomb in a riial billiard pallor for Mm. Itusso Casattu of 53 Oak street, a boot black with a stand at 1H1 Madison street, was arrested. Ho had a loaded iciolnr. The police suy he admitted proildlng dy -numlte for the gang. Leonardo If risen, a grocer of 125 Kllzabeth street, was caught about ti o'clock in tho evening. H also is said to have supplied dynamite for tho gang. In bis ixissesslon were found a revolver, a sholguu and a repeating rllle. All the prisoners held In Ma.ihalta.i were turned over to the polio until Tues day morning. No' ball was set. Capt. Henry appeared before United Stales Commissioner Shields nt the arraignment of the three alleged count.'. felleis. They are Angela Messlnii, Freilerico Long." b.irdo, urreutcd early yesterday, and Jo seph Feordentdrno. Tho prisoners wire held In $5,000 eucli for examination on October I. That Capt. Henry bus not finished bis roundup Is shown by the fad Unit bo declined to reveal to the Commissioner Ills evldenro against the prisoners. TROY GANG ARRAIGNED. lm Held In 9T1"0 Bond Karfc Counterfeiting; Charge, Trot, N.' V.. Oct. 11. Charles Ash, lid ward Hurry, Paul Andre Florlun, Winona Ash, Annla Harry and Carrie Vantmtton, members of the band of counterfeiters ar rested In this city last night, were ar raigned before United States Commissioner ctnnerlv on the charge of making counter .rr - . - . . . . fell money aim rawing tit intsir i,viuii material for making counterfeits. Tbev uleaded not guilty and ball for each wa tlxed .it 17.500 The .xan.l.iatlon was adjourned until October 18, because the United Htutea Ulstrlct Attorney was busy at ujrlu. 1'or,"rJ),!,';ll1t1 '1 Vf ney Abbott H. Jones of this city appeurud 'or the prisoners. NEW TALES OF GOLD COME FROM ALASKA Sliushannn Region Promises Woll, Though Not Yet. n Kloiulikp. (1001) PAY; NO FACILITIES Women Brave Hardships of the Frozen Desert; Motto, "We Should Worry." Seattlk, Oct. 7. Word enme out of Alaska on July 19 last Uiat a new and startlliiRly rich Bold strike had been made on lht extreme upper reaches of the Tan- ana, a strike which might rival the Klon dike In Importance. The new rejrlon was referred to as the Shiishanna, though the Rcoirraphlcs call the river Phlsann, pro nouncing; the "ch" soft. The Seattle newspapers and the news Blithering agencies adopted the word Hhushanna, however, aad by that natnu the region Is now known. This new camp Ilea northwest of tho famous Ilotiajun cop per mlnu at Kennecott, the terminus of the Copper IUyer and Northwestern Hall road, nnd Is reached by a very difficult, hazardous and trying trail over Scolal I'ass, 12,", miles from the rait line, t 0an be reached bv way of I)awnn and by way of Whltehorse nnd White ltiver, as well as via Cordova and the Copper Illier railroad. Tho three routes offer little choice In tho matter of freedom from hardship. Immediately following the news of the strike a stampede for the new diggings began. Most of those who went were sea. soiled prospectors and veterans of the north country. The number might aggre gate 3.000. The number who actually reached tho camp cannot have exceeded I'.OOO. Only 300 will winter there. I'ay haj been found on Bonanza, Ijlttle Kldorudo. Gold Hun and Know .Gulch. These streams are all tributaries of Wil son nnd Johnson creeks, two of the main sources of the ShuhaniiH or Chlsana Klier. The Chlsana and Ndbum.i are the sources of the Tanana. Small Yield! Good Promise. The James claims lidded about 100 ounces oi gold up to Auuust last and the Whltham claims about I "'J ounces. The total for the district for the season Is proV ably In excess of $.'.0,000, a small yield, yet most promising when It Is considered that no one had more than n length or two of sluice K.XCS and but little water. The gravel Is shallow up around the miscovery claims and the gold coarse. Mown Ibc creeks the gravel deisislts are deeper and imly the surface Is thawed, There Is but little wood near the scene of the dlscoi erics, and as stea.d ptunts will not be available unt'I transportation l extended to the region no frozen ground can ei en t' prospected this winter. Ulscoivry was made In June last by W K. James, who bail spent fifteen years on the headwaters of White, Shushannii and Nabesna rivers prospecting foi; quartz. Wonderful deposits of copper exist on all these streams, and both the Cupper Itlvcr and White Cass railroads have made extensive reconnals.mces and . l ...1- II.H... I t-W.tw... Slll,.-n 0 .HIS I, Kiwi.. . ."III.. l i Ui'n'ri I and his agents have been active there also. It was copper nnd not the pris' billties of gold placer which attracted prospectors to the Shushannii region. Another man hunting the red metal was Carl Whlthiim. He was the second In citer on the new placer field. He did not get started quite so eaily as James, and did not make so good a showing, the James ground yielding alsi.it $.10.0,11. this season, while Whltham toil out only 510,000. other producing claims wero ,nose wo. ked by Fletcher Hainshaw ami Joe .McLennon. ' Tipped h nil Indian, H was an Indian who told Jamrs that gold existed on the Shushauu.i creeks, high up above timber line. James verl tled tho repot t. it. id he mid his partner were soon taking out the yellow metal, It was not an uncommon day's work with three men and two lengths of sluice bo to wash up $1,000, A piece of groin-. I two feet deep, eighty feet long anil sl teen f.et tilde, yl. Idetl ".'." ounces of $1 gold, or more than $i,("ii. It was this phci.nmcual richness which started stampede. from alt parts .t Alaska to the scene, making one of the most Interesting rushes of recent jea.s. Tho trail requi.es ten days foi experi enced biushers to negotiate from the end of the rall.oail to the scene of the strike, lining out light it has been clone In thirty hours. II leads over glaclels, moraines, ami across swift, mid rivers, th.ough a country both rough anil Inhospitable. Mrs. Ora.e Hnstwlck, who with her daughter was the first woman oter the fail, writes of life In the new camp. She say s ; "line lives close lo natu.e. for that is certainly nil one has to live close In. Nerves are unknown ami livers are not ohjects of suspicion. Health stops at every caniptlrot to call out greetings. The' worries of outside life slip away Hit by bit. very naturally, one drops Into the Slwasb wiyv of existence. A warm bed (of hemlock boughs on the ground), three good ntcals n day, plenty of wood for the camp file. Men are un shaven, every one Is dirty Skins aie blackened by the sun, and by the smoke of tin. tire. Sleeping close to the lire, many of the men's garments nrn half burned away, 'We should worry," they say and that Is camp philosophy, Censn of Women. "Of women In camp theie are but few, The oxf-i'iifcllltfeiierr norrespondent and .laughter weie tho llrst women mor the McCarthy trail. Mrs. Morgan, wife of the Hecorder and Commissioner, and Mrs. William James, who has been with her husband here Ihrco yeais, were the only other women. Since that time, however, Miss Corter and Miss Huberts of Oawson have become members of tho miners' c.nuiiiunlty. "Will there be a winter ramp of any size? No one seems to know. Some say there will never bo a real camp here. Others suy the spring will see a big camp. I'lovlslons will be scu.ee until the trail la frozen. Probably tho scarcity will continue, Hut to quoto tho real sour dough pioneer, whose heart Is big and warm, whose eyes twinkle with native g.,od hutiiur, 'Wo should worry.' " 1), I). Calrnes of tho Canadian Geologi cal Survey examined the district In Au gust and ufter Ids return to Oawson gave out a statement regarding It. The icglun as he described It comprises an are.i of about six by twelve miles Within this area inn most of the creeks, which have been staked, Including Little Hldorado, Honaniu. Coarse Money, (lold Hun und Too l-te. Some prospecting bus been done on somo of the creeks other than i:i dorado, where tho discovery wan made, but the work has been retarded because of the scarcity of men and provisions. On Discovery claim the prospectors are taking out about $300 a day a man. Many of the atumpeders, Mr, Calrnes said, were wandering abuut the country looking for claims In stake, but were unablo to Ibid them, because everything In the Immediate vicinity of the find had beep located before their arrival. Suffi cient supplies shutlld bo placed In easy reuch of tb district iieXuru tho frecaeup, so thut they can bo taken In easily dur ing winter, The opinion of those who hale seen the Shushannu und of those who are thero Is that It Is u promising Held. Tho dis coveries are nearly all abovo timber line, whero winter sets In early In September. Tho gold Is there, but tho facilities for mining can't lie had until transportation Is much Improved. The trails from any direction are new nnd crude and im passable for anything except packhorses nnd foot passengers. Nevertheless several steam boilers und much mining material will go In over winter trails and satis factory results should be shown next season. Many profess to believe that the Shu slianna Is n second Klondike, but the Klondike had plenty of wood for fuel for ground thawing, und had been worked a whole j'car before n word of Its exist ence camo to the world. Then Its first season's output, $700,000, camo with the news. There was no other placo to take this gold except Seattle. To-dny tho yield of a new placer camp scatters Into every town In tho North before It Is sent tu ussay office or mint on the outside. Almost coincident with the Sliushannn two other strikes of Importance have been made. One Is on the lower Yukon and the other Is above the head of tho Matu nuska. A miner appeared at St. Michael early In September with $5,000 In gold dust taken from some low rounded hills about a dozen miles back of Andrcafskl. A stampede started and at the end of the month ii new town, Marshall Cltj, had been started and 200 people were on the ground prospecting. A New Field More Accessible. Tho other strlko waa on tho divide between the upper Matanuska tributaries and the Nelchlna lllver, tributary of tho Taillna, a long branch of the Copper, which flows Into the latter from the westward. The Copper Hlver nnd Northwestern Hallroad bad suricyed a Hue up this stream tu reach the Matanuska coal fields trom the east. A good trail up Matanuska lllver from tho west passes this divide, so the region If more accessible than the Shushnnna, A stampede to the new diggings began about September 15 which depopulated Seward, Knlk and the Kenal peninsula. About $25,000 In gold came out from Knlk on the Admiral Sampson last week and a good portion of this was from the new ea.nii. Two minors. Olson nnd (letehel, had sixty ounces of nuggets with them. The ground Is froieti In depth to bed rock, from six Inches, to twenty feet. It Is above timber line, but good timber for mining purposes Is available within easy distance of the area of pay. As far as Is known' twelve to fifteen miles of pay exists on Albert Creek and Crooked Creek, which empty Into the Ntlchlna Hlver. Careful panning and work done show the ground to average 10 tents to the an. In two to seven feet of gravel the p.esente of the pay streak demonstrated lh quantity of to be uniform. The district will be an under, ground drifting proposition similar to Fairbanks, mining men sin. Par All the Time. Albert Creek empties Into ('rooked Creek, which empties Into the Nelchlna. The gold brought "lit by Joe Calmer and i.lson and Oetchel Is good louklng pay streak gold. According to report the pay streak Is 250 feet wide and from two In seien feet In depth, antl estimated at from 110 to 1 15 a cubic yard. I'ay has been found on three creeks, as well as on Caribou The country Is cut by a porphyry dike ami the pay l found below the dike In all Instances No big pins have been taken out, but pay all the time lu the gravel, Knlk Is the natural gateway to the new diggers. There Is a good Ooieru nient "trait practically all the way. The new Held Is above timber line at an eleva tion of 4,000 feet Th summit of the pass Is at 5,000 feet elevation. The new strikes have greatly ne.iur aged the people of Alaska and stin.lilat.il business there to such an extent that the effect has ben Iiotleeabl. n Seattle Alt branches of trade here report active and Increased orders from the north, due, say the wholesalers, to the new gold strikes In the northern terrltorj-. SUBWAY OBSTACLES SHAME, SAYS M'CALL Hrantlf. Delay in Opening Stein way Tunnel mk Out rajrcoiifi. IMwanl i:, MeCatl made three sp-itiies last night in w hich he discuss. .1 thr e wholly tlHT. rent Issues of the cainpaiRii. I3.il ly in the eiei lng he went over the ijueeusl.oni Hridgn to help the people of College Coint celebrate College Colnt ! day. Then he came back lo Times Square In tell the McCall Hnsln. ss and Croft s- sloinil Men's League that If he Is elected Mayor of New York we will know once more that we are not living under a tl.s- ; pot Ism. From there he went to the Hot. I ' Imperial to tell a meeting of icul estate tleabis that unless a halt is called In' municipal evpi'iitlitures teal estate will face i outiscatiou. To the men of Collese C.tint Judge Mc Call sal.l it was outraRcoiis tli.it so much delay had lieu put lu the way of the Public Sen Ice Commission In opening the j ritelnway tunnel, wiiici. w.u giie mn people of ijue.'.is ill.tct access lo Manhat tan subways for a single the cent faic llrlaj Culled shsinr. "II Is a shame," be went on, "lh.it the people of the section III" tunnel will bene fit should have been burdened with high taxation for seven years, which they readily paid lu anticipation of the open lug of the tunnel, and then not have the tunnel at all." At the laiug .Ann Hulldllig ho found 600 business and p.ofesslo.ial men, mem bers of his own league. He promised an administration of peace, quiet und self rest.alul. ' "Petty annoyances, embarrassments and the harassment of merchants doing legiti mate business will cease," he said. "A government looking toward that degree of liberty which all men should enjoy will ever prevail," i The members of the Culled Ileal I'.slate Owners Issotialloug wero waiting for lilm at tho Imperial when ho reached there at 1 1 ;3u o'clock. Pleads for Iletreuebutent. , "Sometimes I frar lo lulk about Hie conditions of tint real estate of this city," he said, "because I do nut want to appear as an alarmist. You real estate men buy gut to be watchful because the hour Is at hand, ubeii unless a halt Is called the real estate owners can better afford to sav to the city, 'Take all our real es tate,' " Judge McCall suld It didn't take much courage to leutl a light for decent expen diture, because the city demands It. If freakish Ideas urn allowed to control the men who hold the purse st rings disaster is sure to follow. "Unless the man at the bead of the city government calls u halt now," said Judge McCall, "w may expect the clock to strlko the hour of confiscation right away." INHTHL't'TION. I.ANtilAOEH. MRW VOKK New Yerk City. .......... t... ill,,.! sun lt-...l . 1. .suit. 1 Krrnch III three montli.l oiiicrsllnii excltisliely Same ntetlitsl for Herman,-Spanish. HAVOVBT- UAUboiK. TtMkMr. V. U, C, A. Krrnch lit Ihrre inontlia.l uiiirrsailiin exrliisliely WANTS DANGER SIGN ON POPULAR POISON Doctor Would Tut Up .Mercury in Triangular Kluc Tnblefs. SENATOR DRAWS NEW LAW Two More Women Swallow Poison by Mistake nnd One Is Dead. The great Increase In deaths, accidental and otherwise, from blchlortdo of mer cury 'las led Dr. Charles V. Pabst of 396 Franklin avenue, Hrooklyn, nn assistant to Dr. I'3rnll Hnrtung, Coroner's Physician, to start a movement baling for Its object the passage of a law to coiiiik"! drug manufacturers to make all bichloride of nercuiy. tablets ttlangular it. form ami blue In color. 'fho principal Idcn of tho proposed law will bo to make a tablet that cannot be easily mistaken for common round head noho tablets, which nro now turned out In tho same moulds as tho deudly bichloride. Dr. Pabst has got his crusudc so well under way that n New York Senator l now drafting the bill that Is planned to p.elent Ulllicc ss.tlj il.ittl.s, Mrs. I.llllnn Oucitler. years old. of 222 'Aft j -second strict. Hrooklyn, tiled yesterday morning at the Norwegian Hos pital from the poison, swallowed by mis take. She was unablo to sleep on Friday night and arose to take nervo medicine prescribed by her physician. She forgot that earlier In tho day she had put bichloride, of mercury In pow dered form Into a wluo glass, Intending to make a solution to to as a disinfectant. She dropped her nerve mcdltino Into the glass, partly till, d the glass with water and drank the deadly poison. She was soon seized with violent pain, followed by hemorrhages, and culled for help. Woman enl to Hospital. Or, Chailes 13 Hlrscl. of fii'2 Flfty-tlrt street was summoned He found Mrs ISuertler still conscious and she was able to explain what had hap pened. The woman was sent I" the hos pital shortly after 11 o'clock and died at t .20 o'clock. Ir Hurtling and Or. Pabst perfumed an autopsy on the body yesterday aflc noon, l! was found that Mrs. Oueitler had taken sixty grains of the poison, or enough to 1. ill 10" p. rsons The physicians' certificate set forth that death was due to accident. , Or. Pabst said last night that as tl.c reult of his investigation since July It', last, when one Hose ilaleto, 22 years old, took a bichloride of mercuiy t.ibb t t mistake for a peppermint loz. ngc, he feund that druggists weie In the habit of selling the poison lu anv quantities. It Is popular among houewives as a disinfec tant and It is c.nnp.ir.itli.iy easy for one to get enough to kill I, unit persons for 01 cents. The poison Is usually sold ln white round tablets simitar to the much sold headache tablets for which Ihey hale so often ben mi-taken In the dark with dis astrous results. Commenting upon the proposed bill to provide that bichloride of mercury tublets j shall be In the form of a triangle and sha.l be bli... Or. Patt said last night; "If a pers.11. Is suffering and gets up in ' the da.k for tin) purpose of taking .1 In .ni acin' tablet, that p.. .on will know t'i" mo ment he feels the thiee co :t -eil tablet that he has poison In his hand. Iltur m n Warning, "Making the tablets blue Is design..! to ghe warning when the poison ..- n solu tion, the color being to denote that it Is tleadlj." Ill P..011 ,1 law was pas-etl prohibiting druggists from selling carbolic acid with out .1 physician's certillcate cxr.pt in f. per . t ill solution. Or. C.ibst Icanied from th secretary of the Hoard ot Coronets in the greater city that 111 1300 there Wee t w enty -Hie deaths from carbolic add. lu I I'll, after ,Hie law went tli rough, notwithstanding the great In.'le.iae In population, tin. deaths flOln tills poison fell to seventeen. 1 in r.'.M. .iiMitis ji'oni iiicniornie ..1 mer cury In the greater city wete four, and in ll'll they jumped tu twenty-one. One Rialn of inetcury is euffi. inl to kill .1 person. .1 tablet ten. The poison is such a dangerous one that In medicine one -sixtieth of a Rialn is considered a tlose. lu some cases oiie-ili.rtleth of a grain Is prescribed as a veiy large il.-e Mrs. Santa Cabneri. '.'I y.afs old. of 12.. Kast I3ighleeiith street. Manhattan. Is the latest accidental iietim of the bi chloride of mercury tablet She went to a c-ibincl In her bathroom hist night to take salts and d.oppe.l a tablet f tli poison Into a glass of water In inle take. She was taken to II. 'Heine llosplt.il by Or. Coinstock It was said .it a late hour that there weie hopes of pulling her through. akt s.u.kn Ami iaiiiiii noss CsUMMic.l s; I i. i :i:,i:i t ort Keeler Art Galleries dl'o W lil'l 1,1 It lurlli.ii.er nn.t ppritl.T 1? VPSPY sT nor west L vn.OL.1 OI, of iro.a P.ospr.liic buyrrs t( now bfftrttl an opportitnitv to inp;it one of nil' riM.Mi ( in. 1. l et ions tip Oriental Rugs EVER EXHIBITED IN NEW YOFK iiie 1 niupflM' till tl.e ,. .1 In, ti. .1 t. .ties W are Instructed tu II nnrt te otter them al PUBLIC AUCTION, Commencing Tuesday, Oct. 14, and following days at 1 :30 P. M. i his sale w III be Itti.t under the sitperl islttti of Mr II KhnhIi, the n. tti'.l Ipptalser uf llmi ern Art Crettilens ron nAi.k SB tears t e Standard. Ml. I still. SURE EXTERMINATOR line i.iert nl g I I"' I nll Ii "SI UK Pill'." 1 liars oiii anil kills m, lulu l.t,hrs, tit'ilbugs. Urns nt.l all termlt' lel'i Mure Pup lledhttg l.l.ittld Isn't liurnl not poImiu. t'i I HON llearo of worthless Imitations. l4Mtk foi Irade mark (HI'HK POI'.I .Voneoihers te.ni trie. All our goods gtiarantrrtl as repre sented or money refunded, Sles 2.V., Mic., SI. .Sold l tlenlers nr sent prrpal.l 011 receipt of price, Prompt atteiiilnn glien phone orders. Phone ilMifl John, I'llMIIACIH taken fur ritermlnatlnn of Hat 1. mire, loaches, lledbugs, A.tls, Pleas, etc. Trained Ferrets. Atlolpli Isaacset. A Sou, 74 .I'tiHun HI.. nkw HiKK. 01 it o.m.v srniti: PIANO WANTrlll. SW - Wjiriieji Stein wav firand Phaa " .' , . Will pay rash. Slate rouilllloii, number unit low. el IM-Ux. ilUUU m UuUil Mc.Vlplu. M SURE-" POp ftKAt, KftTATK FOB IUI.K W MtrhMtST C. SCARSR bsiates CONNECTICUT REAL ESTATB. WO ACIIK. itturk farm. M0.00O, for IIS.OoO; death reason srlllnf, to cows, ahoraei, 7 houses, thsms: innln bam 4 n.ot-v with wine ?.Yi fret; 1 nnniirv htiir: SS.ono quarts milk monthly, so arres of ensilage earn; sues, uri ions; 4 nniK wagons; refrigerator W Inns: Joint. Connecticut manu facturing city, bcM eipilpiHsl farm hi Omiipctl nil . plintoitrapti-, suld en easy payments: call ime week. Particulars V !), THOMPSON. Smith A Me Veil's lliiti-, llBftilnijioii st New .rk titj TO I.r.T rOR BCMNF.SS PURPOSES. VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE or Showroom with Ijirse Show Window- First Stori M SutiM. 1 11 1 ranee. 7 M. Strain Heal. ROADWAY STUDIO BUILDING 3'iUI UltOAUWAV. tIITS CIIKI.SKA SUCTION": M.SM t"IXT i:,Mif. Mil.!. HIVIDK. I.H.ilT I'll.'lt SIIIK.S; WINIi lll'II.HIVIi; OKKII'K llt'll.tll.Vrt I'N- Tit.iNi'i:. KSPKctAi.i.v c(invi:nii:.vi' mu .MAIL OK1ir.ll I r.SINI'SS. STATION I S I IN I'lirlllM'S PPI.YON PltlMtlSI S TO KH INK 1.. wi.Mi.uil. ,ivr.ll USO.N .INI. 13111 MIM, OltOll.VlllttlhKIt CNIi ItNlsllMI ll(ll- t'OK SAI.K OK 1 nil in; t. AN A TI HACI II I' :t slnry brownsione dwell lug. In Itrjil M .near lllirrl.e Drive: i.notiolruclcd new Hi Itli.lvull Hllrr l .1 1. It'll li: Mill IIKI.H WANTKU MALE. UK a Ivtet tlie I'jirn JISo to Mm t-r month, traielovertheworld Sump fur paitlculars. N. tltinal Helictlic Afency. Hrpt. A-70. Chlotiu. i;oi'ltVMi:.VTptltltinare goisl Why tlon't Inn net one' (ist prepared t.y former rnlietl .state. t'Ull Servli-e .seeretary-ltianilner. rite Villi for free linnklet 1. tn. I'VITritSON I'lVll. 5l"ltlti: Mlirtul, llm-hester, N. V. MAVK.'I'lt wanted for apart.neiii I10I.I -13 n.iy 17a rootu.i llequlrrmrnis good appear anre, thormiith knowletltTe of every tit-tall, tart, Atlilerss. stanni; past experience, aife and .alary eipivled. Ilirl.r.lt. hoi 31 Mm uptown St IT. (3.. t.'.i for ittlirh class apartment houses Only those who are thorough merhanlc., posss-s eierutlin attlllty anil haie tat t need answer Wages to start JH1 per .11.1, and apartment, A.l tliess statlnc pa"! experience, references. Ac,, l' A I) , box Ht .Sun UptOM.1. SAI.I'.SMI'.N making small towns, whole time or side-line, should carry our fast selling poi-kM .(tie. line Sis cial sales plan allowing return of uti-old tro.1? Makes tptlek easy sales. II tKlcomttll Inn on titli order SOUI.TIII.MI I'NTIIir.l.Y N: Write for oumt lottay. llt'HD Ml'(i. CO.. 312 Mitel M . I hlCrti.i, III WWII I) All able-ttoclle.I porter familiar with Hie grocery Hade. Address l.Co.VAItll, tstx i.v, .sun olTU-e MH'NtJ MI..V, about 2n jinits of age, who are ambitious to learn st-r(altv .ellttor .nn,' v,, cm learn under i" rsonal tllri etlon of e.it erlenml salts ni,inane., without tharge for tullloti anil t-.ttn iituie 1 tut i.arn eonneel wnn estatiu-lit-il concern Ipply Kooni 7:il. Park lluw Mulldlng, brlwetn 12 and 1 nt-loek HEM' H'ANTKD KK.IIAI.E. W Wii'll Ijtdy lepre.cntatlves, whole ttr pari time- our famous KNITTOP'- form rilling Prill C'stts assure co..d. Itiimeiliate, permanent Income; -ells 011 sight extH'rlettce unnecessary, prompt tepij srt'uteseiLiu.lie territory, no 'dealer "com petition HI'I'I.MAN A CO.. Chicago. U AMi'll Persons m tp. easv. pleasant color Inz work at home. (IockI pay Nn canvassing. No eierlellie requlntl III. l.tratett partli'llhrs free. H.iplllg-llau.t .Stores. 4i:,s So llalsled. Chlraco. A(!KNTsj ll AN TKD. SI.Viic OI.U 01-I1 made, luiid. bsuketi lu i iiai s by Monetntli llo.ti.i 10 dale Join our famous ' Sl,o"U i-lass. which alisotmeli Insure SI.imi per I tti.tti. wr eoutit horsta.l. a farmer. ti S2,'.'oo In 1 1 tl.tys S, hleliiier, a minister. IIU'i nr.. 12 hours atierappoliiiiiient ten Itie xK'r lent etl iimn dlililed si within is months .strange I111rnti1.11 startles wurlil. agents atnaetl think what this tn letillou tlis.s; tflieseveri home a t.athrisun with hot and cold rutinitii' water for Mil, abolishes niiimblnt:. waterworks, siflietlng No wonder llarl sold 14 In :i hours l.li.t altogether; Iji.I. wtt k. 17 tlrst .la , ett tilt ttiit n Come now; Init-s-llga.e. poslal will do etlulve sr, teipilres ipil.-k ai'tlnn but means ii.mii and more for jou Al.l.l'N MI'li IO 37IA Allen llldg .Toledo. Ohio Mi: I t U.VI.sIl Vol' Capital 10 run profitable business of mir own lieeome one of our local teiueseiiiatlies and sell hiith grade custom made s hit Is also ituaian It nl sw. .iits, innlerwear. tms 11 1 ami ti. c klics illi. i t in homes, Write STIMD PAST MII.I.S Dipl 2'J. Cohiws. N, V IAC1 I'M! l.l'AVr.lt KII'.VTS. Here It Is.-ab.o-hipij lit w ip-siiru In whet l-oieraii il. snterfull..i lows vacuum olsoner new isibie.)iizs',chise aPiwa.ahif se(s tiult kal A7 .VI Write for pirtlcn lots about iiioticv back iruaratitM ituu. DOI I OMI'lVV, I la) Ion. Ohio 01 HspitiAl, new i:s' magalne club Isa big eoniMilssloti earner lor hustling It.'ents ami Crete Mah.icrrs exelii tie lerrltorj glie.l ll rile Now V I.mncli litres I VHI'li'N'llll.Vi' M(.l,IVr Kil-.M'Y. Mliiiiestn.l.s, Minn. mu vims n run h:m.i,i:. 1 nobs scleral, xi.l.-,, plain, fancy litun-; dr. ss,, I'si, tuns, s, Kto, luaid. Svirtilsh, M iefeenciM IIOMI'M ll' I'Mil WliU, 321 ttlluin bits nt Stliil)l.'r llllt,, llol SI'WOIIK Seieral neat colored girls, ep. rlciiceil, wllh k'oisl lefereni t's, want pTtues stti'in .amines, inner titsst souincrn neip utr other Ill dust I.IM'OI N IVIII'STIIIM l'..CHN(il. 1 tr. tit t :tll w est .Mull si Phone .Vr.'JColuiubu Mill 1I1 shes in Und tsisltli'it tor (.erinan col. erncss, Write nr irh phoiie Mrs, It I), STIlll I.I (i, (irt-enwtch I'otiii PAIrJNTs. PATENT YOUR INVENTIONS (lirmiifli EDGAR TATE & CO. 21. Ihitailttni I it In u ihem lu nl ont e fttr ail l Ice Si lid for antl Instruction Ikiok I 'ft It 11 1 .solicitors Ik.n't wall No t barge 'lio.sl Things to litir.it" I'r.e. hAI.Ks HV Al'tTHIN. Saluuii Voramer, auctioneer, sells Imported and domesllo cigars ewnlngs, ISJU tlroatlway, llrookhn Army nud Nv Orilrra. ll ASIlINCi TON. Oct. It Tliesa army or ders were Issiifil to.tla) ; t'..l 11. P I'enUltion, from I'lrat Infantry to San l'ralli Iv. o. t'irst I. leu. T, I,. Hherhurne, Signal Corps, flom I'hlllpplna depurlltieut lo Iho United Sidles, dpi V. II. C011 In, Quitrtermasler Corps, from San Juan, Pnrlo Itlro, to Kort Itlley, Kansas. I These navy outers w-era Uiued: l.leut. J. II. Illatkliiirn. from the llllnola It. the Ithotle Islitinl. l.leut. K. S. Itool, from Naval Academy, Annapolis, to the illaclei, f.leut. II. T. K'elran. from tb Qlatlar ! Mam Island yard. HnslKli S. ,i Klaus, from the (llnilrr lo the lliimilo. l'tiesei Assistant Surgeon P J Purler from Poll llotal, S, If, 10 Ael.it I. sl.ttloti, Pass.. I Asslslatit Horit.nii II IV Mitjlli, frotii Ih.. MonigMiuer)' to home for orders Pass. .1 Assistant Surgeon It il Hiition, from Nawil Academe, it. the Mt.nig..mwr IAsslalunt Siirgeou II. II. Jenkins, In 11.mil dltclpllngry barracks. I'orl Itoyul, H, ATT! r Let aa nnd yma mm jfil Utwatur. tB9 CnulfT Ufc Fill MIS tp m Tvnnii Ton b L and Whha Pltstisv N. V. WEATHER FORECAST Washington Predictions for To diiy and To-morrow. For eaatern etr York, aouttiern New Kntftund and New .terser. ahowera, followed b clearing; nnd cooler to-dny 1 to-morrow, fnlrt mod crate variable wlnda, tieeoiulnir weat. For northern New t'ntliitnl, hower to-day; cooler In the Interior, fitlr to morrow: mndernte varlanti wind. For weitern ttlew York, fair Iti-dtiy and to-morrew j moderate rnuthweet and weft wlnda. NKW YOttk", Oct. 12. -The storm which w-na centra) oier ant.ttierii Miinltolni 1.1. Krldiij' moled eastward with Rrettlly reduced energy nnd from a centre over the northern take regions yesterday covered the north central aectlona and reached south' aatwnnl, Joining the moderate depression whlt-h Milt existed on the south Atlantic roust, Light to moderate ruins iittmilcc! Hi main t.odv of the storm In the Ohio V.tlley and the middle and lower lake reintt It waa generally cloudy tit Hit. eastward, with a few sho tiers tit seatleird pt.lma along the ,-oast. Throughout the West the weather waa generally fair. tt w-aa warmer In the middle Atlanlle States, the Ohio Valley and eastern luka regions and In Utah, Wyoming, Montana and tho north t'.tilllc States, l.ut was .le chledly cooler In the upper hike tritlotis, the upper Mississippi Valley 1111, 1 south ward. Kreexlnc temperatures preiallecl In Units. f dl.irltts from Mlnnesniit. North l..ik..ia i.tt-l Montana southwestwar.l In this tlty the lio was partly 1 I.mi.I slightly eooler In the itnirnlni: . wind, lltt'ut to fresh easterly; nieragn humidity, sr. per cent.; barometer, eorreeled to read to aea level, at A. M 30.11; 3 I'. M .la.ll. The temperature In tliN city yesterday, ai reconlrd !' the official thermometer, I shown In the annexed tattle: IU13. 1012.1 191.1. IDU 1911. . AT '-' M. . If .. .' ! a. P. M ft' 13 M M P. M . 3 P. U V fi'.IS Mid . Highest temperature. r. at :' P. r..V MARINE INTELLIGENCE. MINtlATUHU ALMANAC AM I'M I Sunrises aistlSun sets. 5 ;i Moon sets 11 1111 WATKIITHIS DAV 1M 1111 Sandy Il k .'..tlltim-.tslmd a-iiilteii (iate UHV WATKH lillS t.AV kit am Sandrtl'k,ll;W,(iov.Isl.in.l 12 . Hell Hst 4t4 :i -.1 1 'l s 0 lit I is Arrlied S XT' ItHA V. iii lolirr II S St Paul. 7.311 P M . .vottliattipleii ii. toli.-r 1 tis Iji Savt.le, 1 IS A M , llawe. oetoli- r 1 Sh t'amerunla. lila-tow. Oeinlier I. .Ss Kursk. IJbau, Ssniember :i S Monlserrat. o H A M . Cadi. September :ki Ss Kim. 4 P. M , Itottenlim. Seplember 2.'.. SsChUaito City, 1:30 A M , Swansia. Seine in- her 27. Ns Majaro, W..17 P. M.. I rldat. (irerada, Oe- tolier a. ,s. (Mland, wan M . .aa. October I Ssllafnla, Ji I1 M , I'rldaj. Turks laltnil October 3 "... Ss Alderney, s 1.-, P M . I'rldaj. Puerto Ps.lr. Oeiober S llygUnd, 7:i:. I' M , I'rldaj M. (t.-..br 1 h Slglo, New Orleans, iii-inlii-r .". MsPaiamon, Jacksotllll'e. t'clelier 7 ,s Prlnee.s Anne. Norfolk ( .ember 10 Si. Mohawk. Joeksnnillle. Oetots-r SsChesaK-ake. llalllmon-. (Vteber .1 A1IH1VK1I I'HOM M'W Mlllh S Olympic, at .Southampton. Ss llallle, at Hierpool, Ss Armenia, al llatnburtr Ss Kaiserln ugule Vletorlt. at llamlmr'- SAti.i:n run vnv yoiik. S Mauretatila, from l.lietp.iol MSI. Iuils, from Southampton Ss 1a I'roienec, from llairt Ms ( allfortila, from lila-gow Ss rinlan.l. from Antwerp Ss Kis laT.l.i f J.irti. ffom iK-rscn Ss Mlnneiotika, front limlen Ms I'otsil titi, from Itotierilam OtTliOINO STKlM.SIIII' hall To.morr..w ' Mails (io-e. ess Sa 11 1 Princess Anne, Norfolk Sslliuesili 1 ranlum. Rntterdam lesilav. Oe.ober I . Kaiser ilnr llr's..., H'm. n i;m M pi mi V 1iii,i It ott I M I ill P It Jin I' M Itinilam. Itoitenlatu Klntr.ton, Jamalea Molltaliatl, Puerto Mexieo Mohaw k. .laeksonilile , (ilv of St O'lll-. Maiannah Jefferson. Vorfnlk . Jin 1' ll I 1,1 A ll Mall llednesday, Oelnli M.usltmla, l.lierpis.1 Iji savole. Havre 7 on I.V 7il I It sin A M s :m A t 11.11 I M lout I M I.IKI I M 1.' 0 ll 13 t'i 11 lout I 11 12 1 0 11 r.'ui 11 I on I' 11 1 to p 11 :n i 11 Mralhroy, lll.t Janeiro Zlltla, Iji (ua ra arapa. ,1a ma lea ari rlfttid. Intwerp Tallsiiian, Citlbarleii Creole, New Orl, ans Alamo, C.allestnii Huron, .la.'ksi.iiilttf Hamllteii, Niirftilk Mails finse al 11 .10 I' M Ttii'siliv INCOMIM. si i;.i msiiip ; Hue 'I o-ilsv . , Vei Orleans. Itayo . Stl. 2J Sept. 21 .Sent. Til sept. 2a I let. a 1 1 'I I .Sept 27 sept J7 Oct. I I tel. r. 1 1. t 'i ux.. SantaiKlrr Zacapa. . . . Prlnelpe.sa Ijietitla Jan Van Vassatl Hochaiuhcnu Mentioa Klorlrte l.otier.la.n I'asarl. Saul., Maria . Naples Hat II ll.tt re IJrnoa H ti re llollerilain It.trbncli.s S.twitin ih City of St. l.ns Hue 1 o. moriou lllttieio. . I Mlllo.l Hrt mi it . . Palermo Puerto luttrios Procre-o Ittrl. tiles l ill ks Islam) Kroonland Oct It 1. sept Hi I Oet. O. I t lei t id O. I 11. t. Oct I let till. III". Mlniiewnska t'talikfurl . . Aucolia . , Stirlnatne Antllla III las lurora I'rln Slulsiiiuti.l Vlgtlantia Inllllcs HI Oct l.lenle San .lu til Huron .. Due liwitr.ti Nastil . Vew t irleatis liaileilen I'orto lllco Jack-oullHc Ttlesdal . 1 1. tober I I Kalsei Wllhelm 11 Osiar 11 MMiloiiua titos-er hurfuerst Uernla llrell" It t'hrlsil'iiisatiil Horn. Ilreine 11 Naj.ti s , Utllgston I'orl l.iinoi' llalatia Mutrsloti Pais Sai.tuh.ili l.alvesinit I a gits Tetiailores j S'tratolta I llmll I.. Iloas, IV-neillct ' i lly of Siinnnah 111 Mon.e,, Uy IVIreleaa l ni'.inilnu Vraaela. ,Ss Meudora, lien miles ess. of Sandy Hetik a' noon leslerclay Ss Itltinewaska, e"n ttilles iss. of Santly Hook at a A M I s 1.,..,.in. 7.',. tulles east of Satiilc llook a. .a;t,i A, It 1 Ss lial.i r W llliiim II , r.'7.. miles eM of San ; Hook at 1.20 P M I Ss Camilla. l.:iro miles east of siimly Htok at I :l :. I' M. ' Ss perfection. Port Irtlnir, U iiillc, east of St!tie at 7 1 11 Ss Segtirant-a. Nassau, 2no miles west of Sand Kel al 7 V. I' M Ss Huron. Jaeksoniille, .V;.', miles south of Sand) llook at a I' M. Ss Herman r'rasiii, Sal.lne, passed Iti Delaware Capes at 7 1'. M sis lily of SI. Ijtiils, Sawmtiah I Ml tulles smith uf Sandy llool. al tun. it Ssiity of Macon, Savannah. 210 tulles uorlli east of IJlanioml Shoals at 7 I' M Ss lulllla, Tantplco, (tMI tulles south of Saint) IftMik al noon S Mlnnesoian Puerto Mexico, 20a miles weal of Sand Key at P M Ss Itesciic, Key lisl,2.'0 milts smith of Saudi Honk sis P M Ss San Marcos, hey West, '.in miles south of Sandy Hook at s p. M. Ss Siirlname, llelle, 3e3 miles south of Sandy Hook at noon Ss J M, litifTey, Port Arthur, 37 miles south nf Sandy Hook al muni. Ss Obldrnse, Kingston, 111 miles south nt Dia mond Shoals al niton. Sslll Oeiiilenle, (ialirslon, 22a miles tvoutlt of Diamond shoals at noon. Ss Comal, "MoliUc. 70 tiillrssuulh of Sa inly Hook tit 7 P M Ss 111 Ilia, (ioli i stoli, 301 mites west of 7ornias at A P. M, M nvr ills-11 ta uf .ml A'easels. WASHINUTUN, Hit 11 -The gunboat Petrel haa arrived at tiiMtitanamo, ernlssr Pittsburg at Sun I'rantisco, collier Cyrlaps at Sewall'a Point, tlesirnyvia Whlpplv Paul Jones and Perry al San IMeg.t and scpplv ehlp Supply at Cm He. The oilier Orion has sall'd fro, 11 Ifamp Inn Itoads for inuchlneiy Irtnls. ...tltlvt Mr llho.la lain ml, Nebraska, Nets .lel'i I ,i Palapsco and Yankton from Hani', on I! , . fur southern .It III grounds sinon n liif a O 1 and Ii 2 from New link l . Soifo'l" , ,.'iti ,l.,..ili flout Kei West fi II PI I o.oIj lullle hip Ni w HiinipsliPe ffioi 'i I'rtr rnr Tjiiipl.ii .ii"' "Hslroir irtr uiti fiagg Sun Pedro foi Marts laluid, I