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CRACKED CLAY PIGEONS. TOVltNET OJT THE XV. It' JERSEY shooting association. Finn Scores Marie l»y the Shooters—Tlie Harlem Spider Shows the White leather—McCarthy Accepts nn Oiler· Tlie tournament of tlie New Jersey Shooting Association opened yes terday at Marion on the grounds of the Jersey City Height» Gun Club. The event brought to the traps the crack bird shooters from every section of the State. Tlie scores tell how well and true the competitors can pop pigeons. There was not a contest without u clear record for one or more of tlie competitors and in several instances three or four brought down every bird, or, as tlio veteran Al. Heritage put it, ''Every shot a hit." Heritage was not the only vet. there. Billie Hughes, who is only three points from a septuagenarian, was out with his gun and caught some of the place money. Dr. Piudell, of Newark, who held the office of president of tlie association for four years, was present. George Eaton, wtio is close to his sixtieth birthday, was on hand, and Dr. Burdecte looked on. On Friday, the closing day, the veter ans will have their shoot. It will be the feature of the meeting and will bring to the traps John D. Voorliees, of Bound Brook, who is seventy-two years old; and the Middlesex Guu Citib is willing to wager thousands that there is not a man of his age who can keep pace with him in killing birds. There will be at his side Saul Castle, Charley Hcdden, Sigler, Heritage, Hughes and other old timers who were known as bird shooters nearly half a century ago ana are still able to inaKe Dig scores. The work of young Wolstencroft yesterday attracted attention. He is quick and accurate and rarely missed his bird. Clay pigeons were used yesterday and- today clay birds will be used. To morrow and Friday live birds will be Bent from the traps, and Heritage de clares they are line strong flyers and there will be more misses than hits. The following is the record of yesterday's shooting:— First event—Ten blue rocks ; entrance fee Si; four moneys:—Wolstencroft, 10; Sigler, 10; Van k Riper, 10; Lindsley, 9; Ayers. 9; Miller, 8; Jay Bee, 8; Heritage, 8; Post, 8; J. Smith, 7; Read ing, 6; Albee, 6. Second event—Fifteen blue rocks; entrance fee $2; four moneys:—Lindsley, 15; Jay Bee, M; Bigler, 14; Post, 14; Wolstencroft, 14; Albee, 13; Yerrington, 18; Avers, 1:2; Miller, 11; J. Smith, 11; Seely, 11; Van Riper, 10; Collins, 10; Teo Kay, δ; Quimby, (5. Tnird event—Twenty blue rocks; entrance $3. 625 guaranteed: four money:—Wolstencroft, 20; Miller, 19; Lindsley, 19; Post, IS; Collins, 17; Daly, JO; Sigler, 15; Jay Bee, 15; Van Riper, 15; Tee Kay, 14; Fox, 13; Albee, 12. Fourth event—Fivo pairs blue rocks; entrance fee §1 ; three money:—Van Riper, 10; Sigler, 9; f Wolstencroft. 9; Smith. 8; Lindsley, 8; Miller, 0; Jay Bee, 0; Daly, 0; Quimby*, U; I'ost, δ; Tee Kay, 'J 5; Albee, 3. * Fifth event—Fifteen single blue rocks, 30 yards rise, both barrel#; entrance fee $2: four moneys:— Miller, 15; Sigler, 15 : Wolstencroft, 15; Linds ley, 15; Von Lengerke, 14; Albee, 13; Jay Bee, 13; Post, 32: Fox, 12; Collins, 12; Yerrington, 12; Daily, 12; Tee Kay, 11; Quimby, 7. Sixth event—Fifteen blue rocks; entrance fee pi.50:—Sigler, 15; Jay Eee, 14; Wolstencroft, 14; Collins. 14; Post, 14; Miller, 13; Vod Lengerke, 13; J. Smith, 12; Avers, 12; Fox, 12; S. Smith, 12; Lindsley, 12; Van Riper, 10; Tee Kay, 8; Daly, 7. Seventh event—Five pairs blue rocks; two men team; entrance fee $2; four moneys:—Miller, 12; Wolstencroft, 15; total, 27; Collins, 12; Lindsley, 14; total, 26; Sigler, 13; Jay Bee, 11; total, 24; Fox, 11; Smith, 11; total, 22; Tee Kay, 11; Daly, / 10: total, 21; Post, 11; Van Riper, 7; total, 18. Eighth event+MTen single birds ; entrance fee $1; tour moneys:—Wolstencroft, 10 ; Sigler, 10; 5. Smith, 10; Miller, 10; Jay Bee, 9; Von Len gerke, 9; Yerrington, 9; Tee Kay, 8; Smith, 8! Post, 8; Reading, 8; Lindsley, 7·; Soper, 7; Wright, 7; Collins, 7; Hughes, 7; Daly, 0. The extra sweepstakes resulted as follows:— Ten birds, entrance $1, four moneys. Sigler, 10; Miller, 9; Lindsley, 8; Beading, b: Daly, 8; Col lins, 8; Lyon, 6; Jay Bee, 6; Heritage. G; S. Smith, 5; White, 4. lilxtra fifteen single birds; entrance fee $2; four money:—Miller, 14; Von Lengerke 14;«Wol i stencroft, 13; Lindsley, 13; Collins, 13; Segler, 12; Van Riper, 12; Hughes, 12; Heritage, 11; Daly, 10; Himes, 10; Fox, 9; Lyon, 9; Yerrington, 0; Jay Bee, 7. ^ Four singles: three pairs; entrance fee $1; four ^ moneys: — Sigler, 10; Wolstencraft, 10; Von Lengerke, 10; Heritage, 9: J. Smith, 9; Miller, 9: Lindsley, 7: Daly, 0; Quimby, 0; S. Smith, 6: Van Riper, 6; Fox. 5: Collins. 5 ' Ten singles; entrance fee. $1: four moneys— Wolstencroft, 10; Lyon, 10; Miller. 8; Van Riper, B; Heritage, 8; S. Smith, 8; Sigler, 8; Lindsley, 8; Von Lengerke, 7; Fox, 6; Dalv, 5. Ten singles; entrance fee $1; four moneys:— Wolstencroft. 10; Sigler, 10: Von Lengerke, 9; ' J. Smith, 9; Van Riper, 9; Miller, 9; Reading, 8; Lindsley. 8; Daly, 8: Collins.*; Post, 8; Soper, ΐ; layons, υ; .jay ueSTl»; nencage, υ; ±·οχ, ο; Ayers, 5; S. Smith, 5; White, 4. Fifteen singles; entrance fee §2; four moneys:— Von Lengerke, 13; Miller, 24; Wolstencroft, 11: Daly. 23; rest. 12; Fox, 12; Lindsley, 12; Vac Riper, i); J. Smith, 9; Wright, U. Ten birds; thirty yards rise; Ιόtli barrels; en trance fee, $2; four moneys—Wolstencroft, 10 Miller, 9; Sigler, 8; J. Smith, 7; Albee, 7; Ayers, 7 Van Riper, t>; Post li; Lindsley, 6; Jay Bee, 5; Tet ' Kay, 5 LOCAL PRI2B FIGHTERS. McCarthy Has an Kn[;a~emeiit— The liar, lein Spider Wonkenn. "Cal" McCarthy received a letter yes terclay from tlic Parnell Athletic Club, ol Boston, offering a purse vf $1,000 for it finish tight with George Dixon, the colored bantam. McCarthy lias concluded to ac cept. Dixon lias tho reputation of being r clever tighter. There was a four round "go" for points with ljig gloves on Monday night at α sportinu resort in thiu county. The men were Dick Doorlev and Frank .May and the reward for the winner was a gold watch. In the fourth round May tried to get in a swinger. Doorley ducked and avoided tile blow, and planted his right on the back of May's head. It was a iiard blow and dis located two of Doorley's knuckles. The honor and prize were awarded to Doorley. "Cal" McCarthy will be in tho wind-up with Eugene Hornbacker at the hitter's u benefit entertainment in New York on Friday night. The fight is probably off between "Chap pie" Moran and Kelly, the Harlem Spider. The latter weakened t-Λθ weeks ago. It was an old excuse—a sore hand, and he warned the match postponed. This was granted. Than Kelly objected to the articles of agreement. It was evident that he did not want to fight. Moran was willing to concede anything to have the meeting, and new articles will be drawn to satisfy Kelly. The latter, however, declares tllat the light cannot take place ι or two months, and this simply means that ho will not ! enter tlie ring against Mornu. AV. Kimmerly, of 1 his city, has issued η challenge to George Brill for a ten-round • meeting with two-ounce gloves undei QueensLmry rules. Κ ltjcyclo Tournament* The second annual cycling tournament of the New Jersey Athletic Club will take place on the Avenue A grounds, at Ber r irr.ii Point, on Saturday, October la. The Κ events will Do as follows:—une nine, novice (open to residents of Jersey Citv, (;· Bayoune, Elizabeth anil Plainlield only): quarter mile dash, half mile hands off, halt mile, handicap: oue und a halt mile relay (teams of three, with substitute): one mile tundem bicycle, handicap; two it miles rover type, scratch; one mile and Γ three miles, handicap. Handsome prizes to first, second and third In each event, except relay race, for which a stand oi colors will be Kiven the winning club. Entries close October 5, with Secretary A. M. Sweet, box 261!, Bayonne. Athletes Oft" for Cuuntltl. J. J. Mitchell, champion sixteen-pound hummer thrower of the world, and ft. E. Barnes and VV. Hatpin, the well-known runners and broad jumpers, will all leavt * tomorrow for Canada, where they will represent the New Jersey Athletic Clul in the Canadian championship. The Lawrence Medal. ' The quarter mile run for the Lawrenet Jledal tooli "place on tho X. J. A. C grounds, Bergen Point., last evening Tills was the ninth run In the competi tion, and the second on the N. J. A. C grounds. Eleven meu started, ai follows:—Ε. E. Barnes, scratch; M jLdiiicus, Π yards; F. F. SUiiey, 11 yarda P. C. Puffer, 15 yards; S. R. Bowman, H. J. Hall. A. C. Jenkins and M. S. French, each 80 yards; Matthew P. Halpln, S5 yards; H. Hjertberg, 42 yards, and M. Keuney, 45 yards. The men pot away together in a drizz ling rain, Hjertberg lending to within live yards of the finish, when Halpln spurted and won by a yard, Hjertberg second, Puffer third and Barnes tourth. Halpin's time, 55 1-5 seconds. The eighth compe tition for the medal was won by Puffer, with a handicap of 22 yards, from a field of sixteen starters, in 52 3-5 seconds. FIGHTING FAKIRS. ' A Queer Scrap at tlio Ronnm of the Cali fornia Club. San Feaxcisco, Sept. 25,1889.—Tommy j Warren, of Los Angeles, Cal., and Frank I Murphy, of Birmingham, Fing., met at the rooms of the California Athletic Club last night for a finish fight for a purse of $500 offered by the club. Hiram Cook was referee. The lighting was slow. Murphy did the rushing for the first eighteen rounds. From the twenty-third to the tweuty eighth#rouud Warren did the fighting and almost finished Murphy. Then the men began to fake and keut it up until the sixty-eighth round when"the referee left the stage in di»gust <ieclariiigth.it the club washed his hands of the whole affair. President Fulda refused to allow the principals to make any explanation and ordereu the stage cleared. The men will not get the purse. Shooting Tournament CIosq|i. The midsummer shooting tournament of the N. J. A. C. Gun Club has closed. Major J. M. Taylor wins in class A, with a record of 8!) broken out of a possible one hundred. The next best score was made by Richard Lunderman, who wins in cfass B, with T'J broken. C. S. Pope, of jxosene, won m ciass ν;, wiui ον». χ nu tourney embraced six shoots, twenty clay pigeons being allowed each man each shoot. The men were permitted to pick the» best five scores. Kecorcls of Hasehitll. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Clubs. w. l. pot. ! clubs. w. l. pct. New York,...78 40 .(H511 Cleveland 57 60 .468 Boston 77 41 ,063 ; Pittsburg 68 .447 Philadelphia. .61 58 .513 | Indianapolis ..51 71 .432 Oliieago 61 63 .402) Washington...89 75 .342 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. CLUBS. W. L. PCT. J CLUB8. W. L. PCT. Brooklyn 83 41 .669 | Cincinnati . ...6G 69 .528 St. Louis. ...78 44 .639 ί Columbus 54 78 .425 Athletic 68 50 .576 | Kansas City..51 72 .415 Baltimore 65 53 .551 j Louisville 26 99 .201 ATLANTIC ASSOCIATION. CLUBS. W. L. PCT. J CLUBS. W. L. PCT Worcester.... 54 34 . 614 | Ν aw Haven ..37 5ϋ .425 Newark 49 38 .563 : Lowell 30 59 .387 ι Hartford 47 41 .534 | Yesterday's Championship Games. National League.—At ludiauapolis—New York, 16: Indianapolis, 12. At Chicago—Boston, 7; Chicago, 5. At Cleveland—Cleveland. 6; Philadelphia, 5. At Pittsburg—Pittsburg, 13; Washington 8. American Association—At Brooklyn—Brook lyn, 10; Columbus. 0. Atlantic Association.—At New Haven—New Haven, 10; Newark, 7. At Worcester—Worces ter, 5; Hartford, 3. International League.—At Rochester—Roch ester, 9; Buffalo, 5. At Toledo—Toronto, 8; Toledo, 1. At Detroit—Detroit, 15; London, 7. Games Today· National League.—New York at Indianapolis, Boston at Chicago, Philadelphia at Cleveland, Washington at Pittsburg. „ American Association.—Columbus at Brook lyn. Atlantic Association.—Newark at New Haven, Hartford at Worcester. Officers of the N. J. S. A. The New Jersey Shooting Association, at their meeting on Monday, elected offi cers as follows:—President, Al. Heritage, of this city; first vice-president, S. G. Smith, of the Middlesex Gun Club; seconcj vice-president, Frank E. Hyer, of Matteawan; treasuer, W. F. Quimby, of the Middlesex G. C.; recording secretary, Jacob Pentz, of the American Field; cor responding secretary, J. Hobart, ol the Essex G. C. Sporting Notes. The Valencia Boat Club will give a concert on October 23. a Mowaflr Vnr'ht-. Plnli hna aalont.Afl η site for a new club house. They will locate on the Jersey side of Newark Bay, near the grounds of the New Jersey Athletic Club. A handsome house will be erected. There will be several bowling leagues in this county. The Star Bowling Club had a club competition at Kroebel's alleys on Mon day night. August Kroebel won the iirst prize and Mrs. Bach made the best score in the ladies' competition. The club has elected the following officers:—presi dent, Edward Schulz; vice president, Mrs. Bunge; treasurer, H. Kaeslau; sec retary, W. Bach; captain, II. linage. l<\ ]Y, Griffiths, of Hoboken, would like to hear from amateur bowling clubs. I lie is endeavoring to form a league. The tracks at Freehold and Flemiagton ! will be opened today. The athletes of the V. M. C. A. will go ι to New Brunswick tills evening to take part in the meet of the Y. M. C. A. Ath letic Association. The Middlesex Gun Club will have their i tournament next month at Bnnellen. AVortcllllff in I ! il ν ο 111! n. Mr. John B. Cooney, foreman of Colum bia Hook and Ladder Company, aiul Miss Maggie Couroy were married in St. Mary's H. C. Church, Bayonne, on Mon day afternoon, the ceremony being par formed by the Rev. Thomas M. Killeen. Miss Lillie McLaughlin acted as brides maid and School 'trustee Charles Smith as best man. The bride and bridesmaid were attired nearly alike in pale green surah, trimmed with flowered pink. The presents were very numerous and both handsome and useful. The young couple have taken furnished apartments on Ave nue D, opposite Cottage street. The Pansy Social Club. The openiug reception of the Pansy Pleasure Club will be held at Adriatic Hall, Pierce avenus and Congress street, next Monday evening, the 30th inst. The Committee of arrangements are:—\Villlaui Andre, Henry Miller, B. ijohseu, Ernest Naumann, J. G. Schrocder, B. Staob, Charles Burckhardt, Edward Andre and Frederick Bick. Didn't Like tlie Rogues' March. Judge Lippiucott is not η lover of street German bands, and when one stopped in front of the Court of Sessions and played the "Bogues' March" he sent ι an officer to drive the band away. 'i'ho KIiik Is Above the I.aw. ,Tustice--lf the prisoner here made a disturbance when coming out of a saloon ! on Sunday, why didn't you also arrest the j people who kept the place open? Officer (in stage whisper)—Whist yure honor: It wor Aldhermau McSwill's place!"— Time. i Itatlicr .Small Potatoes. A very diminutive boy applied ftt the residence of Judge Peterby, of Austin, Texas. "You advertised for a boy to help work in the garden," said the youth.—Texas Xiftinijx. _ Had the liest of It. The Fairy Prince—Isn't it hot? The Spirit of Light—Isn't it? But think of the poor women in the audience with all their clothes on! Old Friend—Got a star for next season? Theatrical Manager (gloomilv)—No; all the babies are eunaged, and the woman who killed the Chicago broker won't go on the stage.—Texas istftimjs. An Oli> N'urrk γοη Ciiiliihkn.—Don't fall to procure MR8. WINSI.OWS .SOOTHING SYRUP for children teething. Ko mother who has ever tried it will consent to let her ehild puna through thin critical period without the aid of this invalu able preparation. Oives re>t to the mother and relief und health to the child. Cured wind colic diarrhoea, and regulates the bowels, 'twenty »>»(· rr ul* «bottle. »«· The Itoad to Fame. '.·■ »àïÎ«âiS . j.. - .. . ι., i. HER THREEFOLD TREASON. An Incident of tlie Nihilist Reign of Terror in St. Petersburg. Tins, m on every other evening, Pro fessor Alexis Ivanovitch, scientist and director of the Imperial gymnasium at St. Petersburg, pressed a kiss, half ten der, half mechanical, upon the fair white forehead of Dounia, and stole away from the conjugal dotnicilo, while Dounia re mained alone and reflected. Where did Alexis Ivanovitch's nocturnal excursions take him? The prof essor was no longera young man—lie had passed his fiftieth year—and science and his absorbing du ties as director of the Imperial gymna sum, where 500 pupils studied under him, left him no time to devote to amorou3 intrigues. And then, was not Dounia young, robust and beautiful, with her luxuriant auburn hair, her steel colored eyes, and her perverse, enigmatical smile? She was poor, obscure and ignorant when he married her; he rich, a grand dignitary of the Slav university, and councilor to his majesty the czar. But love had conquered all obstacles, and Dounia, daughter of a shepherd of the Caucasus, became the idolized wife of the director of the gymnasium. The seductive Circassian had indeed often triumphed in tho heart of the savant over despotic duty. How frequently he sat by her, admiring her, and listening as she babbled in French, gently criticis ing her linguistic errors. Was not her naive conversation worth a hundred times as much as the subtile literary and philosophical discussions in which he en gaged with the lettered men of St. Pe tersburg? Since sevex-al months, how ever, Alexis Ivanovitch's interest in Dounia's French lessons had flagged. He permitted her to confound the tenses, to ignore gender, and to forget the ele mentary rules of syntax without cor recting her, aa formerly. Moreover, ho left the house regularly every evening and did not return until late at night. Was Alexis Ivauovitch deceiving her? She had discarded that supposition long ago. Dounia was too sure of herself, too proud of lier extraordinary beauty, to suppose she could have a rival. Still, how should she explain Alexis' absence every night? He did not gamble, for the money in the safe was never disturb ed, and it is not usual to visit the game with empty pockets. Once only, a person of unprepossessing aspect and poorly attired presented him self at the door with a letter. Alexis, having read it, handed the bearer a note of fivo hundred rubles without the least remark, the stranger accepted the same without even giving thanks. Gambling debts are not paid in such a manner, and when Alexis was asked about the inci dent he merely answered, "I am helping along a good cause," and Dounia did not dare to question any further. She was patient and waited, hoping the inexplicable absences of her husband would cease soon; the thought to follow and spy his actions never occurred to her. This evening, however, he had hardly crossed the threshold when, en veloped in heavy furs, her face hidden by a hood, and her feet incased in stout boot3, Dounia followed rapidly in his footsteps. She shadowed him through the suosv covered streets, oppressed and anxious, the blood mounting to her tem ples, and her heart beating violently. This conjugal pursuit, in the night and through the snow, did not have jealousy for it8 only motive. In fact, Dounia had not the right to be jealous. Dounia was guilty. A young instructor at the gym nasium, a German named Karl Strueber, profiting by the director's occupation and the isolation of his wife, had won her. And it was the thought of this that tor tured her; that perhaps she alone was guilty and that Alexis was not deceiving able to justify his nightly absence and convict her of treason, ignoble and un pardonable. Ah, could she but establish his faithlessness! She would then bo ex cusable for lier own. This is why Dounia followed her hus i band, on that clear and frosty night, j through a strange and labyrinthine quar j ter of the city, whose narrow streets j wore scarcely illuminated by the myste i rious moonlight, Alexis, having arrived at his destina j tion, was about to rap on the door of a j house, within which all seemed silent ! and dark, when he paused. Retreating ! hastily, he hid behind the angle of the bouse and listened. Light- footsteps were coming in his direction. "I am being followed," ho thought. Coolly and reso lutely he drew a revolver from his pock et, cocked it, and waited. Somo moments later a dark form showed plainly against the bright moonlight at the entrance of the alley. Alexis raised his pistol ready to fire. Just then Dounia, surprised at seeing no one, and believing sho had Lcen ' outwitted, threw back her hood in order I to get a better view of tho locality. The j moonlight revealed her features plainly, I and Alexis, recognizing her, ran from I his hiding place. j "Dounia!" he cried, "what are you ' doing here, unfortunate woman?" ! "I was following you, Alexis Ivano vitch," she answered, with trembling voice; "it was wrong, I know, but I could not resist the desire. I wanted to know where you spent your evenings." "Curiosity is very often a bad coun selor, Dounia," said the professor, grave ly, after a few moments' reflection; "heaven grant you may not regret want ing to know that which I had deter mined to hide from you. But. perhaps, I am wrong after all. The wife should hide nothing from her husband, and the husband have no secret from his wife I love you, Dounia; my love alone caused me to let you remain ignorant of certain things, a knowledge of which might prove dangerous to you. Do you know, by the way, that, not knowing who you were, I was about to kill you?" "What, kill an unknown!—one who has never harmed you? You must be engaged in some very graro undertak ing to harbor such a resolution." "Very grave, indeed. But you wished tu see aria liiiuw -, wim jj.iu <iuu you slrill be satistied." And Alexia Ivanovitch drew Dounia, still surprised and frightened, toward the low door of tlio mysterious house, wliioh opened si lently after he had knocked in a pecu liar and measured manner. 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Ways and means were next considered, and were discussed quite freely before Dounia, who listened as if in a dream to the different plane for carrying out their tragic purpose. The meeting then adjourned. The following day, while Alexis was at the gymnasium inspecting the classes, ι listening to the complaints of students, ' and attending to his daily routine work, Karl Struebor, the handsome German professor, visited Dounia, who had not yet recovered from the shock the terrible experience of the night before had given lier. So, then, her husband was a con spirator! He was the associate, the ac complice, of those savage men who ter rorized the empire and whose audacity neither Siberia nor the gallows could ar rest. Alexis wished to assassinate the czar! Ah, he filled her with horror now, ' she waï no more ashamed of her fault, and it even seemed to her that, in deceiv ing him, she punished him for the crime ! lie meditated. So she abandoned herself to the em I braces of her lover with a frenzied pas sion that savored of the primitive ardor of the dwellers in her mountain home. But Karl Strueber appeared preoccupied. ! The dull· German! to be meditative at ; such a time. But he had a mission tc i perform, and waited for an opportunity, : although he was for a time disconcerted uy uuuiuittj savage vuiupLuouBiiets». xm last he succeeded in putting the follow ing questions to Dounia: "Does voui husband receive many visits from men of peculiar aspect, who, upon entering, hand the door porter a ticket?" "No, never," replied Dounia, surprised. "Well, then, does ho go out often?" "Every evening," she answered, promptly, paling immediately thereaftei as she thought of the terrible meeting which she had attended. In the mean time, a light dawned upon her. Whj did her lover ask her these questions' Who was this German, concerning w lion: vague rumors had reached her ears' Quite a number of Germane were em ployed in the jjolice—could Karl Struebei be a spy? Struebcr, not noticing her abstraction and carried away by bisdeeiro to obtain more information concerning Ivano vitcli's movements, continued to inter rogate Dounia eagerly, thus exposing himself. Dounia, a prey to conflicting emotions, had answered half mechanical ly, and now realized that she had be trayed the secret of her husband—con signed to the prison, the knout, Siberia, or even to the gibbet, the man whose honor she had already sulliod. A gust of pride and revest swept through her, and the wild nature of the mountain girl asserted itself within her. She had, indeed, consented to betray the husband, but sho would not betray the conspirator. The Circassian never gives shelter to ο spy. lier resolution was taken immedi ; ately, No, she would not deliver Alexis over to the executioner. She arose, trembling but superb. Struebei* sought to detain her. "Remain," she murmur smile; "I shall return; I am thine for ever." In tliB neighboring room βίκ wrote a few words, called the moujick, and commanded him to take the note tc hie master. Ten minutes later, Aloxis Ivanovitct arrived at the threshold of the chambei where Karl Strueber was tenderly em bracing Dounia. while endeavoring to ob tain further information concerning the vast conspiracy of which the police al ready had an inkling. The next moiuenl the bloody form of Strueber, felled by ι crushing blow of a battle ax which Alexis had torn from the wall in hii library, lav stretched at Dounia's feet while Alexis, with fiery enthusiasm cried: "Rise, Douuia, wife of my bosom Thou hast aided us to punish α trencher ous spy. Thou art a second Judith, mj beloved!"—Translated for The Argonaui \ m iwmvBj) pump. Patented Feb. 15,1SK7. For Cleaning Supply Pipes in Hou.se.·» I Will fit'ail every foot of water pip< In any house aud Ktrcef. and guaran tee a èlioiiuer «uj ply of clean water «t a cost of One Dollar. No i-uitluu ο j lpes no dlsidmc up atrtn'ta. Orden i>> mall (ir telephone will reeeiv» rmr.pt attention. Telephone Call, 4uu Open from a. m. to 'J p. m. JOHN LAWLESS, Plumbei «S3 Grove St.. emu· Third, rpZJ&ç. * HOOS&SCHtTIZ * Furniture & Carpet1 HOTJSB, ^ 71 Newark Ave., Jersey City. 1β7 Washington Street, HOBO KEN. Ave. D. A 25tli St., ΒΑΪΟΝΝΚ. ■■ 100 Baby Carriages, &2.QO XJ3PWA3RX). 8 UliJIOGA TE'S NOTICES. Notices of Settlement. ■VTOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.—NOTICE IS HEREBY 1Λ! given that the final account of the subscriber, surviving executor of John MeEldery, deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate of the County of Hudson, and reported for settlement on Saturday, tho 21st day of September next. Dated July W, A. D. 1889. ; HARRY LOUDERBOtJGH. t -V] OTICE OF SETTLEMENT.—NOTICE IS HEREBY 1Λ Riven that the first account of the subscriber, trustee of the « state oi! William Gardner, deceased, i will be audited and stated by the Surrogate of the I county of Hudson, and reported for settlement on Saturday, theftth day of October next. Dated July 31, A. D. 1889. : FREDERICK H. S PENG EM AN. Notice of settlement.—Notice is hereby given that the final account of the subscribers, I administrators of Abram B. Vreeland, deceased, frill be audited and stated by tho Surrogate or the county of Hudson, and reported for settle ment on Saturday, the 2d day of November next, i Dated August 28, A. D. 1881». GTJSSIE FORM AN, ARCHER FORM AN. J^fOTICE OF SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given that the final account of the subscriber, executor of Ann M. Lynch, deceased, will be audited and stilted by the Surrogate of the County of Hudson, and reported for settlement on Saturday, the 28th day of Uctober next. Dated, August 19, Α. IX 1889. HENRY HORACE LYNCH. Notice of settlement.-notice is hereby given that tho account of the subscriber, ex ecutor of Susau McGovern. deceased, will be audited and str.ted by the Surrogate of the County of Huduon aud reported for settlement on Satur day the 19th day of October next. D*t?.d August 15, A. D., 18Si·. PATRICK McGOVERN. "VT OTICE OF SETTLEMENT.-NOTICE IS HEKEBY J^i given that tho account or the subscriber, ad ministrator of Eioise M. Uedney, deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate of tho County of Hudson, and reported for settlement on Satur day, tho lt>th day of November next. ' ~ liber 12, " Ν Dated September 12, A. D. 18S9l JOHN W. HECK. OTICE TO CREDITORS. ("«stilts of John W. Harner. Richard T. Battersbee. administrator of John W. ι Harper, deceased, by order of the Surrogate of Hud- 1 son county, dated Juno il, 18H9. hereby gives no· : tio«; to the creditors of said decedent, to bring in ' tlielr debts, demanda aud claims against the es· tjito of «aid decedent, under oath or affirmation w ithin nine months from the date of said order, or ihe.v will be forever barred of any action therefor against said administrator. RICHARD T. BATTERSBEE. Notice to creditors.—estate of johan ; Miesncr. deceased. Christian Miesner. admin istrator of Jonan Meisner, deceased, by order of tlio ι Surrogate of Hudson Coudty, dated July 31, lssi>, hereby glvee notice to the creditors of said dece dent to bring in their debts, demands and claims against the estate of said decedent, under oath or affirmation within nine months from the date of en hi order, or they will be forever barred of any , actiou therefor against said administrator. CHRISTIAN miesner. •fcfStiCE To (U'.KMTORSr^TiSTATE OF îtARV 1 11 A. Honey,deceased. Nancy A. Honey, executrix of Mary A. Honey, deceased, by order of the Sur rogate of Hudson county, dated July IB, 18^, hereby gives notice to the creditors of said decedcnt to bring in their debts, demands and claims against ' the estate or said decedent, under oath or affirma- , tion within nine months from the dateof said order, , or they will l>e forever barred of any action therefor against said executrix. NANCY A BONF.V Notices to Creditor»· XTOrCCET Ο CREDITORS.—ESTATE OP CHaRLES j il 1·'. Clark, deceased -Rosa A. Clark, executrix of Chaues F. I lark, deceased, by order of the ; Deputy Surrogate of Hudson County, dated August 1», 13ΗΛ lierebv eivos notice to tho creditors of said decadent to bring in their debts, demands and ι claims against tlie estate of said decedent, under ι oath or affirmation within niue months from tho » date of said order, or they will be ! forever barred ι of any action therefor against said Exocutrix. KQ3A A. CLARK. : NOTICE TO CREDITORS.—Estate of Philip E. J ' Schmidt deceased—Mag du lena Schmidt, ex ecu trix of 1'hlilp E. J. Schmidt,, deceased, bv : order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hudson » county, dated August 31, lfcttS, hereby gives notice to the creditors of said decedent to bring in their debts, demands and claims . against the estate of said decedent, under oath or I affirmation within nine months from the date of tald order, or they will be forever barred of any ac tiou therefor against said executrix. MAGDALENA SCHMIDT. ATO'TICE TO CREDITORS—ESTATE OF ARTHUR | il s. Athow, deceased—Charlotte E. Athow, 1 Executrix of Arthur 8. Athow, deceased, ' by order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hud* ι son County, dated August 12, 1389 hereby ! gives notice to the creditors of said decedent to ι ring in their debts demands and claims against | the estate of said decedent, under oatli or affirma tion. within nine months from tho date of eald order, or they will bo forever barred of any actiou *i or.tfur Huiti executrix. CHAKLOTTB Β. ATHOW. Claims to be presented fc » the Executrix at her residence, No. 10S Glenwood avenue, Jersey City. N. J. -VroTICK T0~CHÉPÎTOItS.—ESTATB' OP RALPH J ι Elliott longer, de'.'oascd. - · Fuuuy li. Eager, David I'ueJes aUd William B:lnkerhoIT, executors of Ralph Elliot i:at/er,doo<'ased, by order or the Surro cale of Hudson county. dated 8optemi»er4.1SS1), here by give notice to ι he creditors of said decedent to bring in their debts, demanda and claims against the estate of suid decedent, under oath or a;<irma tion within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be rorever barred of any action therefor asaiust said executor». FANNY R Ε ΑΠ EU. DA VIH S. IN Cl, ES. WILLIAM BRINXERÎÏOFF. "V ' ·Ί ICÉ T - CREDITORS. ES1 Â " ' OF JOHN H. ! J ι uahrenbura, deceased .—Ci esche Bahtonburg, Clans 31. Bahreauurg and .lohn Hnhrenburtf, execu tors or John II. Pahreiibuig, decaaaevi, by order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hudson county, dated July aâ, 18B9, .hereby Rives notice to the credi tors of paid decedent to bring in their debts, de mands and claims against the estate of wild dece dent, under oath or aiiivmation within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be forever Larre-l of any action therefor against said ex ecutors ι G ESCHE iîAlIRENBURO, CLAUS H. I'AHKKNBUIW* JOHN BAliUliNUCRU. X . ... w .. CASH OR CREDIT. GRAND FALL OPENING AT — Mullins & Co's 121, 123 and 125 Newark Avenue, JERSEY CITY, Furniture, Carpets, Gil Cioths, Mattings, Bedding, Window Shades, Cornices, Clocks, Stoves, Ranges, BABY CARRIAGES, Refrigerators, Lamps, Crockery, China, QSassware, Bar Goods, CHANDELIERS, &c., &c., &c. THIS STOCK HAS BEEN SPECIALLY PREPARED FOR THE FALL TRADE. Every taste can be gratified, and every style can be found In profusion. The Carpet Department CONTAINS AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF Tapestries, Body Brussels, Velvets, Axminsters, Wiltons and Moquettes of the Latest Styles and Choicest Patterns, with superb Borders to match; Ingrains, Kiderminsters, Rugs, Fancy Mattings, Stair Cloths, Mats, Linoleum, &c., &c. The prices of all these goods are lower than ever offered in this country. Credit Given at Cash Prices. MULLINS & CO. Tli© Hors© Cars from Hobokcu, Erie It. E. anil Penn. Depot past» our doftr. A SXJ3R3EL CXJ3RÏÛ Τ Hi J THE EXTRACT OF SAGE. Is a eurecure for Dandruff and Scurf—a sure pre ventative against the Falling and Turning of the Hair. Sure Cure for Baldness I and tiie Finest Hair Dressing in the market. SOLD AT J. HAMMEL'S, 15Exchange Place (Taylor's Hotel). CONFECTIONERY. STONE. HOME-MADE CANDIES Always Fran. Pure Candles a Specialty. 75 Montgomery Street. Large reduction to Schools and Fairs. WM. H. MILLER, FlorisT, LATE OF THE JERSEY CITY FLORAL DEPOX 335 Barrow Streeu near Newark Avenue. ARTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS. Handsome Funeral Work a specialty. All kindsof seeds and plants. The choicest of Flowers at mod erate prices. Fresh Flowers daily. JOHN DUST, Dealer In— Beef, V eal, Mutton, Τ LAMB AND PORK. POULTRY. I VEGETABLES, ETC. 263 Grand St.. near Grove. 1 RECEIVER'S NOTICE—APR AM Q. GARRETSuN t\ Receiver of the Now Jersey Lighterage Com, «any, by order of the Court of Chancoiy of New Jersey, hereby Rives notice to the creditors of the New Jersey Lighterage Company, au insolvent cor Ijoratiou of the State of New Jersey, to present tc lim at his office, No. 1 Exchange Place, In Jersej Citv, N. J., under oath or aMrmatiou, their several claims and demands against the said corporation withju four months from the 26th day οι August, Λ. D. 188». or tliey will be forever excluded from the benefit of such dividends as may thereafter be made ami declared by said court upon the proceeds of the effects of said corporation. Jekssy Citv, N. J., August 2(5, ISS9. A. ej. GARRETSON. Receiver. 1JN vmi tlli ν,Ί· Λ.* WIIWIMW V* ΙΛΛ.Λ-, ·.-· Chancery made on the day of the date hereof, J here by give notice that the creditors of the Now Jersey Steam Laundry Company are required tr present to me and prove before me. under oatli or affirmation, or otherwise as 1 may direct, and tc my satisfaction, their several claims and demand· against The New Jersey Steam Laundry Company within four months from the tlare hereof and thai in default thereof they be excluded from the bene fit of such dividt-ndy&s '·$«'·wm bereaiterbe made and declared by the Court of Chancery upon the pro ceeds of the effects of said corporation. Dated August 3,138J. C. B. THURSTON Keceiver of the New Jersey Steam Laundry Com _l>any._ ^OTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Bernard Conlou or Conley, deceased. John JlcKenna, administrator of Bernard Coulou or Conley. deceased, by order of the Surrogate ol Hudson county, dated Juno 23, 1889, hereby gives no tioer to the creditors of said decedent to bring ii: ι heir debts, demands and claims against the estât* of sold decedent, under oath or affirmation withii nine months trom the date of Bald order, or tliej will be forever barred of any action therefor ugainu said administrator. JOHN McKKNNa. Vf OTIC Κ TO CKEDlTl >R3.-ESTaTÎ OF H"iNK\ JL> Duderstadt, deceased.—Johanna Duderstadt executri x, of Henry Duderstadt, deceased, by ordei of the Surrogate of Hudson county, dated Augusts ISSi), hereby Kives notice to the creditors of sab decedent to bring in their debts, demands am claims against the estate of said decedent, uude: oath or affirmation within nine months from tin date of said Older, or they will be for ever b&rrec of any action therefor against said executrix. JOHANNA DUDERSTADT. VfOTICE TO CREDITORS.—ESTATE OF FRED i>( erlck William Maurer, deceased; Charlotte Maurer, executrix of Frederick William Mnurer deceased, by order of the Deputy Surrogate o: Hudson County, dated September 0, 1SS9, hereby ffive notice to the creditors of said décédant t< >rlug In their debts, demands and clams againsi tue estate of said decedent, under oath or atfirmu tlou withiu nine months from the date of sail order, or they will bo forever barred of any ao tiou therefor against said Executrix. CHARLOTTE MAURER, A LARGE STOCK OF Rugs, Lace Curtains, Clocks, Rogers' Silverware, AND OTHER USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES, FOB CASH OR OH TIME. Call and Examine Thorn. GEORGE E. WATSON, 61 Montgomery St. WELDON CIGAR STORE A largo assortment of HAVANA and DOMESTIC! CIGARS. Also manufacturers of Meerscliaum Pipes, Canes and Umbrellas. J. G. WENNER, Proprietor. 74 MONTGOMERY STREET, J. C. Repairing ami Refitting Pipe» and Boiling in Wax attended to. «WiS WOLF, MANUFACTURER OF Traveling Bags, Trunks, Steamer Chairs and Leather Novelties. Good β made to order. Repairing neatly doua. 58 CORTLANDT STREET, ' Corner Greenwich Street, NEW YORK Try S1.50 and 83.00 Ladiee* and Gonfea Slices, in all styles, as good aa gold eiuewlierd for 1*2.00 and 103.00. ALL GOODS WARRANTED. D. Sullivan, MONTGOMERY STREET, near cor. Washington 20 NEWARK AVENUE, and 22S NEWARK AVENUE, cor. Coles Street. THOMPSON'S Candies, Chocolates and Bon-Bons Are made Fresh Dally, and of the Purest and Best Materials. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. No. 56 ΝEWAHK AVENUE. ~ PETER T. DONNELLY. PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND GAS FITTEIl Sanitary Plumbing α Sjiecialty. 2BB Washington Street, J. G Estimates Fpbkishkp All Wqkk Quarantmp Notice to Masons and Builders. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT Ο the office of the Board of Street aud Water ! Commissioners on Monday. September 80.188», at ten j o'oioei* a. nu, for the erection of a bull·ling, to be i used as Police Headquarters and First Precinct Po· : lice Station, on tito site now oooupied for said pur pose, corner of Gregory street and Cooper Place, in accordance with plans and specifications on file in the office of the Chief Englueer, Where blautc , forms of bid and agreement of sureties must be ob 1 talned. ! Proposals must be enclosed in sealed envelope·, ! endorsed, "Proposals for Building Police Head quarters.'' etc., directed to "E.A.imgau, Esq., Chalr | man of the Committee on Pbublic Buildings and Docks,"and handedjto the clork of theBoard In open meeting when called for m the order of business re lating to scaled proposais. Ko city ο m ci al will be accepted as surety. ! This Board reserves the ri^hito reject any and i all bids If doomed necessary for the best interest of j the city so to do. By order of the Board of Street and Water Corn ι missioners. GEO. T. BOUTON, Cter*. [ Dated Jersey City, September 13, lt>S9.