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   World (Newspaper) - November 10, 1878, New York, New York                                TO YOU WANT A SERVANT OF ANY KIND CALL AT OR SEND WOBD TO THE WORLD EMPLOYMENT AND XO CHAKOE MADE TO EITHER KMPLOYEB OR NKWYORK NOVEMBER FIVE MINUTES WITH THE NEWS OF THE Wttithcr indications from 1 For the Mitiitlo Atlantic States partly winda mostly northwest to The 1omlon Times yesterday wnnSera at the cnnacitjr for being edited ly finall things iio AuicricoDg when it hears that public in the United States lias suddenly been throvm into a ferment revival oi tlie fishery H also ileelaytw that the Newfoundland dispute run uaveiioeaiine upon the payment or non payment et Halifax The tegpAilerg of Stewarts it diBVOveteii yesterday by the traces they carried Ue remains across the portieu of Hiirks Clmrcn and out npoa Tenth street across tta courtyard oi a next FoHowing swiftly upoa tha discovery of tfco Stewart sacrilege comes news auotlrjr nfled this time in at Jolin a wealthy uieil iig bnried on Saturday On TlmrsCny ioij was discovered ia the dissectingroom the mcilioal college nt Port tea brought as the Vaunlty iiu by an unknown uiau on The JKcciiHy declined tbe and notiiieil tfey Tho body has since been re A fiie broko yesterday morninjr in the Cape The builrlm Cape a wooden us tire all tbo houses in Capo A nigh winu and in tuice Jurors nearly all the hotels and cottages were The Stocbfrra Houao is the only uonsiilwable hotel Tho amount of lots hd9 not yet teen Two large buildings connected Berffner Jiiigeis orewery in Philadelphia were burned vestctiljy by tiiecBrecsimc8s of some roe wifl loot up nearly A iiie yesterday in the Boston Chemical Com panys at Boston caused a loss of IjOiilIieaoongfieU dalivorecl a speech at the lordMayois banquetlast in which he in a confident tone of ttta and defended the course of his lighting UBS been renewed in the and a British 000 been enamelled to retient before an overwhelm ing lores of tvho subsequently mode a iiiithf attack the but were repulwd with Heavy A Constantinople deepntoh says that a Greek1 m the Dardauollea by iv ho lilhiil the The vessel wa rescued ly tbi British which aftei captures the pirates and delivered them j the Turkish They are said to uctoeriffirs fronithe A tpeeial despatch from Winnipeg to tto Paul Keiucr If fens says that wur ha broken out taiicnn the Sioux aid the BUckteet ami the Scveril of the latter have liccn billed iindserious trouble is The Vionn a CorreijMnukaiei Bays there ie 110 in tie report oi the ill Uoaltl lit The Emperor of Austria has granted a general aumcelytuBomift the aud n jiroclawttion to that effect will appear Count Andrassy bus large in tlio Muogarian Belegatiou and aud a slista tDfliority in tlie plenary meetingB of tbe Ansimn hitUas a minority iu the Aufitrim Tie Associated on the liiiitnt the rumoc that Colonel Thoiuin Scott went abroad suffering severely in and euys hie paysioians erpeot Iiis conivitte secovecy after six jnouths of rest aad Aiiimpjrtaut movement is elsewhere reported for Ik improvement oi the militia of the United State and for its partial assimilation to the xegw Adier drive five hours Iroiu New York City thanks to tbo BlDmnioj OHOVO Park aprueticablo Tlie tiilroiKl conference agreed increase the rate on fourthclass eastbound freight Zt cents tho 100 out poslpoucjdttm estub o pool until tbo proper for it in the curtbound business of tlie ronds could Jje ssatisticnlly Hie claims ol Jeam ana tlie Ring Jot nod the citvs suit jigainsl Uiem for in wiiioh latier vroceidmg tuey have beeu for two mouths m indluT Street havoibeen cpiuprnniacd by a MTOtat of to the Jouasaiid IJoiMKlmvebeen ftsii January tn November 20J of whom were cauien tliis Last year inclute arrived in tUo same perioi Hetiy Loroy the wild Jetsoy beou eeuteuced to eighteen months in SW piison tor assaulting Agoee Heiden and tfother of her Tteitalanta orew the Nautiluo crew iu thepuHOwd race ontbe Hariem railroy iiieket sellers riu tbia city lost some tflcofflris of dollais yesterday by buying spur ioua ijrJiote over the AUttutie Great and Ohio uud railways For tbe nuirder of John Armstrong la IJeiijamin Hunter was yesterday eettfWl to on Janiiary The is to bo ourrietl to tlio Court of PIIPS tbe 7ast wetk the poli 20 of New York For the Mime periail registered 418 and W Xbi Sleiwhniits National Bank of Paul against the Merciiutite Trust nyNew York to recover taken omilx bant by a bogus lraft upon tbe trust wfuy by Charles tha defnulticj oi Wappingers whilo dtiiui Thursday attacked James TauoWt eigbtyjlve yearn of and iuliioted iroiu vrhinb ho died litower lios been XlieBoted States Circuit now sitting at has before it 1B1 licWts and there are likely to ie 3W or 400 move before the close of the Kivcr disaster of 1874 is again to public attention by a suit for fciouiW the Xonatuek Silk of for damages done to UH conipanv has obtained juAg meot wf the amount Another liouvy Tie Buffalo and Lookport Hnilroad Comjiacy liie laid its track across that ot the No further tronlilc U fiiuBevnosrata of Misnouri have elected the entire Congressional except in the jjintli wtiere Ford THE FISHERIES tbe present Jtepresentative offi tlie First Congressional Dietriot of North been defeated by a Tie vello lever has now riute its In JtolW8 oue death and in New Orleuus four RiicooiB of an AngloAustnaa aiireeuient con cerning tlio execution oi treaty of Berlin again in in Tlie Political contjidtcto Iir Butt appeals to tUe Irieh people to dis tuo obetruction policy in Parlia lettea tUH OWD BftB ft Fmir collepce games of footbull were played Tale beating Trinity and Stevens floM was steady yesterday nfc lOQig a StolinK cxcaonge a Uiflo firmer for actual Sumey easy at 3 4 per on oil and C a 6 for prime Tho stock less active and iiuite ieveriBU the leading causing an un ieelinE The iwnk statement showed aa increase of 0iuin the surplus caused by gains of Jirfa reduetiou ot Government butig lower for mauyvari louisana consols advanced from f 7S Kaiboad bonds were and iu bob 2r than is usual on SdStfainers City of for T erripol Bremen 5 for JSoip for and Cilyol Itoiu THE STATE DEPARTMENT CORRES PONDENCE TO BE PUBLISHED NEXT THE TfBWKCiJNDLANU OOVKHNMBNT SAID TO HE SECRETLY STKIVINO TO TUB DESPATCH TO TUE Novcmbur correspond ence ol ttin Government PU tbat part oi the question which rclatea to tUcpaymaut of the oilive anil haltmillions mudobr tlie iialilax comujisstoTi will be given to fjo public1 tlie Statu IJcpaitmeut next 3t is uuderstooJ und apparently on liigh that this presentation of the case of our Government takes very strong Jt is intuuateil that our Government either directly or at least reserves the right to the ijucctiou of tbe binding force of tho uiraril without reference to tlie immediate tinder and tbnt ilio failuro of the commission to agree is very distinctly put forward as a reatoji which in the minds of interna lawyers and justify our Gov in treating tbe results of tho delibera tions of tbe joint commission us a if it have reason to resent any proceeding of under it as an The publication of tho lutter of Secretary EvortB written eariy w protesting agninBtUio amount of the us well as tliflt dated September on the outrages on American merely pavo Uio It is stated in some quarters as the decision of the that it intends to exercise the KHoretion cou tldcd by Confreag to tuo Executive not to pay over tbn amount oltlio to Groit Britain on the l3d of ibis as roiinircd by tho terms of the It is very evident ironi inttuirieB in other phtces that the Government not really decided what it will Lord Sriliiburys reply to Secretary letter of September 28 is daily and will probably be the sub of a Cabinet canlorcncc next The general tenor of this reply to Kvartitt is leainoii from foreign will ho that the jirbitintion wass tbat there is no tiibnnal to which it oao be that it bus been made in aeeoriiAneo with tno terms of the treuty and that nach gov eintiieut is bound iu honor and equity to abide by the Jciiieicm af It under iu tliat the reply will take tbu same ground wititlie article telegraDbed from the Londoei Hiiircs that tbe oi ti local law in Newfoundland which uuty or niivy uot violate the flsiery privileges oi Auiciicani lias nothing whatever to do with tbo raiuired piiymnut oi tho award witliin ytar from tbr tiuio it was anil tbat all iinestious arising outside of the award must bu considered aa sulijects for after TtlK OflKKIK OT Till Sovembor ill an editorial sajs When we hear that public opinion in the United States has suddenly been thrown into a ferment by the revival ot the fishery and that Evarts has written two vigorous tho publication of iwtfah a oonnle of weeKs be fore tlie Uidslvc elections has aroused patriotic feelings in a manner no doubt profitable to the Republican we can only wocdtrattnccapwaty for being Dy email which thi Americano Evnrtaa despatches ore uooomeit with what are appaiently nntiijitjitcd ilsliermcns quarrel on the of Newloiinilinnii in January last and the aivanl which the arhltnitors announced nearly tivehe months What ever ibay be tlie course of the Newfound land it CM have no hearing upon the payment or nonpayment of the ifaiirax That must he determined by tha American people upon general principles of and onulty and without lefeiencu 10 Eiibsoquont disputes other If they wish to runnillate the award of he Halifax triiiniml may rest assureiUhat we shall not to war to recover They have nothing to f car nave the losHof their national selfrespect and the uncomplimentary surprise of the Old World treoly to restrain the operations of the American llshcrmen lor between rtie Americans and the in a very short time there wonlil be no flsli cry left for He ilimighl that the most satis factory termination of the whole matter would be attained if the Amerltmns persisted in and carried out their nefarious threat not to pay a dollar af the award at any the Imperial Government have Its back so to and we might hope that this which was proving eo ruinous to our deareat in would be The award plTen conlil n no degree compensate Newfoundland la the injuries it unstained and was If they refused to pay one dollar of the so much tne better for all He trusted that New foundland would not allow Interests to bo thus Uiikcn away wltliout putting in a most serious pro fisheries failed through United States he himself would bavo to clear out ami each honorable member with He could not blame tne poor Newfoundland liBhenncn driven tp duBpatr by the encroachments rJ the they took measures to dnfcail them selves anil Vhclr Heritage and if such collisions led to complaints on tbe part of the he trusted Great Britain would see her way to tearing up the speech was warmly received by tho and no doubt tbe collision policy will continue to prevail vratil the Government is ljiouffet to task by tlie Colonial HUNTERS CAPE MAY HOTELS THREE COUNTY OFFICERS WHAT PHOOBESS HAS BEEN MADE THIS BAR ASSOCIATIOKS In the part of September the Bar AEsocta tbn npiiointed a composed of Artermis De Foroat McLean and Henry to invesligatc charges at extortion then made In Hie public ptcfs iigamm County Clcvh Saeriff Bellly anil Hcgls ter ami If sufllctent evidence wns to bring the officiate named before tlie Grnml The committee helfl several sessions at the rooms of the at which they Invited members ot the profession having aocusnuoua of overcharges or maHcaaancc ol any kind to appear and laaKe Qiitto a nuinher of eoiu plaints were but la orrtor to make the mvestlgafion thorongh the divided Itaclf up Into subeimmiinecs ami the oitlces of Uic olliciala named were subjected to it thorough The duty devolved upon Bnsh and MoUaiivo visit the onioes ol the Register and the County Cleric while Holmes looked aftci1 the ShcrliPa The committee has hekl ilfteenor twenty at which Hie nrlaclpnl business lias beeu lie of varioufl points of evi Oence and the constnicuon and uppllsattou or stat Of the mass of evidence collected only the Hullcnt iioiuts have been minor matters Ucfug The cvldouce aKoiust me Hcglwer of ovcrcluiKCM anil of his failnreto Keep proper hooks is very conclusive and la hi shape for presentation tlie Qrauil nirpts on tlie iBth Holmes has ulKO completed lus share of tlio work IE KO rarssilieSliciiffBoince Is aucl n IIOUIB work it will nmkc It ready for tlie Graml All the evidence against the County Clurk Is Out it requires weeding out and The coinmittoe has JolloweU up about scvcntjUvo alffcr ctii cases 01 In ends inslauuc hftviuc nil the accompanying circumatances siul o wlwm by whom the overcharges were Jii addition to the examinatlnn made at tlie Sheriffs cniee by McLean ami Hash a to Imdlow Streci and charges aKainstthc managuincot of that institution also will be The Bar Association is to meet OB Tuexuy night whtn it is liKcly the coumilttcu will mane a report nn tlio evidenceit ms This will merely he for the Informntlon of members of the as tlie committee has already beoti Iu ptructdUlo curry ihe charges befoie the Urand The JrlomlB of the officials under InvrattEMlou Have lecn with the view ot having tlio proceed ings ami an offer has been inaile if the snalter IBallowed to rest where 1C In future thcfouB collccteil at the olHcee In question will lie in strict ncuoYuancc with the This proposi tion Is not luokeil upon favorably liy the One of Jtsmembors said yflstciday that imlees the offoidcra were puniahcil It would not be long before the abuses wonhl be and willed that it was necessary to proceed ogaliiit the present ullcaders OR an example totfuturc hohlcrsof TO BE HANGED JAMTJAIlY 10 FOR THE MUIi DEU 0V IP THIS COURT OF EltliOliS DOES NOT DCSPATCB TO THE J November The people of Caraiien were mused w incitement toilny ovathe rclcbruteil Ilimier murder which was tills t line anally tiimmseil so far as this court la con alter a long and protracted liunter ntui cotivluicd Mat July of the mnrilcr of John a prominent ana weatliy ot Ji appeared that the dceii was Uone by an emiiloyee of ulio puil tbo villain liberally lodog the stops of Armstrong anil him oviiof me the motive being a large xjlicy of In which Hunter was beue Last Monday liobeson lileil anil ar KUCO two one in arrest ot judgment and the other for a new Today DID three judges opiiieil Court at nn eatly uml when thu pris oner was hroutlii in every neck wss crimed to wetja Blimpse of his Thuro was nothing Iu Hunters coiinteiioace m mrtiinte spcdul concern hi the pro ami ills ccimtenauce Ijore the svnc peculiar sjnile tiiat notiticable the previous Htnyes of the He shook with pome Boddei picRBiiiiUy to carelassiy einoothlng Ins hair ami siraWag his he foldcil his onns ami sat riowtt and gazei intently at the Soon the court formally announucil itp ilociKloit ovorrullnp both the motion In arrest of anil that for a new The prose cuting Attorniiy iimueiltately moveil the Uoxivt to piisa acmwra UIKIU thu Kobe for iliu moved tliut ho be notwlthstanillng the on the ground though the fatal blow was m New the victim itied in and therefore beyond tie jiirlaniction of the camis of New lio must resuli from the felonious wouuii to uiaKc the fact ami crime a muv awl both must happen In Now to cnnxtlMlc u murder within the titrlsillctlou of a New Jirsey The crime ol which lliiMir tuvilvl have properly been convicted in thin was that of assault aucl with intent to The Court ovoiTuleil the and after aomo during which Robuson hhd exuupfclous wllli u view to an Jutlge Woorthiill lusuert sentence ol death upon the The Judge said The yirisuiioi ia the Benjamin will plonse htnud Ym Uiivoboon uonviatud oi utftto Una iirwiiioditatcd murilor of John You bnvG tjeuu convfutud by tliu mid by tbu luw you must eullor Have you Iu nay wliy tUo lentCDUo of the lnw Eihould uot iinsHnd upon you V liavi nuthintt to uiid tiny iJtjuu tt to uiid Nothing then remftina For ino THE WEEK AT THE NEWFOUNDLANDS SUPKBIOIl AMBUICAN APPMAKOKS AND EK AS CAlSKS Of PfiOV AN OCCASIONAL OaimgRPONUlENT OF TBK Nocetauer It in tbe gen eral impression among those acquainted wltli feoliujt in Newfoundiunu that the Fortune Bay affair was instigated by authorities with the view of cotnplientme tbe treaty arrangements bringing them to a premature For two years past the colonists have been agitating against the The Colonial Legislature passed it in a hurry at the urgent request of Lord then Colonial and without studying the probable but it hus nover In en popular with the fishing The lattcihnve a budget of complaints flRdinst tue In the iflrst thuy say seal oil was sttuck out of the free list under the treaty on tbe ground that it was not a flub o TheutUe Amencima put a duty on tbe lobster cans in which the Newfoundland lobsters were shut them out of tlio Auioricmi as they to tlie spirit ot he they complain that cod liver oil bus been aliuck out ot the free list and a duty of 40 por levied on which is Tbe reason llmt codliver oil ie a manufactured oil the NcwJoundlandors regard as too the only jproocnees coilliver oil undergoes bcinij iiltcudoii and eiposure to the Ou similar they the Americans might ex clude ilried which undergoes ljke professes on the lobsteroau they might tax horriug and thus evade every provision in the treaty designed to tbo admission of Newfoundland ushery products into the American market duty not the real grounds on which the colonists oppose tbe Their tfreat objec tion to it IB tbat the Americju fishermen are outstripping the locu The it is needless to are nob an eutctjiricioi and they regard thu foreigner who enters their waters with modern appliances very much tlio ludiaug used to regard the white hunter upon tbe buitilo ranreB nnucd with a more effective weapon than the i Gloucester schooner catcbet inore lish in a week than the average Nuwfoundbind lugger in a whole Ilie native fishermen arc wietehedly poor cannot afford a uioUcrn Hcnco they are ovcraiatohod by their visitors indeed hundreds of them have given up the un equal struggle and become mere lor be American IL is tliia Iuowioiltje oi their inferiority aad of their helplesaucss tj encounter American competition tbnt luada them to cull tor the immediate repeal of the That cannot bo by the Coloiiial Legis lature of own accord without causing a rup ture with the mother and so their only resource to on collisions with the American hopini by tbat moans to precipitate a diplomatic row between the United elates and England in which the obnoxious in strument way ba Of course the Colonial Government dares not openly avow mat this is its but in a speech delivered toe session of the Legislature iu llaich hist a member ol the Cabinet and the most prominent politician iu tint scarcely made a secret ol In a debate on a uiottan to A VJSJ3 Iu4ST EVENING FROM THK BWfCOP OT KASSAi ANI The profits of the Cathedral fair Just week were Care Is taken 10 prevent the publica tion of but It is safe to esti mate that the gruna total was at least Policemen of Mils city have beeu put on heir mettle In the voting for the diamond Bet inspectors Die only cimillilates have been Inspectors Dllks anil But Flutter of Jamess who originated the fanclcil that So he added the name ot Inspector of Inspector Thorn hart been ahead but the addition of Inspector Woildys name seemed to vraKc up Inspector Dlllcss Tl voted straightway until they hw given him the Then they coolly Informed Father Farrelly that Wicy Have a few thousand vetos ready for deposit as soon as Inspector Thorns friends ittKc him to the 1 The contest tor the sword Is General Ilaucock andGeneral Joseph Johnston arc faraiieail of the In the rivalry has practically narrowed down to General John ston has been upheld warutly at the hettd cf the list for weeks by hie Southern rrtemls to tins but General supporUMH massed themselves ycvtcrday ami bore him tar Much merest is shown In the voting for the goldheaucit thorn ptovidcil by Father of Aoilrews that Is to lie aminfcil to the editor intills oliy who Is shown by u plurality of tlie votes to he the most Father Harry McDowall securei a very valuable ttasituapt at tublo last Miss Minnie Visitors Reemea to regsra her as one of the greatest uttraclloBSof the and thronged Miss Elauk cutercil spiritedly iiito her lien role nml did The Bishop of accompanied hy bis wife liabertH and Mies of cveiiiug visited the ainl were recctved at the tlowev table wifh tea ami coffee hy vicarGeneral HlGhop Attea Cornelia Livingston Him Miss logetliev preside over the tastefully arranged 11 auiutjer of gimtle inen ami among whom were and fiencvu aud Allan ami Arthur Judge J1 Edward Josepli Morlit and daughter and Lloyd Vlcar ticncrai jutnu bionght ihevcgictsof Cunllnal Mc who hnfl iiRrewl to meet the but liuil been forbidden to leave Iiis hcuse by In a conversation with the Vlcov Oineral Uic lilshop slgnKleO his Intention of calling on Iho The wlm arrived Thurs Joy by the Cunaril steamslilp wore his bishops hat tinii clerical atlhe wife wore a dark aeealsKin socnuc trimmed with grflf Bijuirrel and a white hat trimmed with Thelllshop remained nearly two hours at the He will preach this morning at Thomass Cnurch and tutu afternoon In The committee of management has decided to close the falv on Tuesday the 20th snid hi1 no Judtc Nothing then remftina For ino to iu the nume of thlB of this Court nud the ittdgmeut is that Manjimiin tlio Uo rnturtiul to tlio pnaou from wlmnuc tlmt youthoro ruuinin till tliy 10th tiny otjunmity in tlio ol1 our own Uitmtiiuut eiKht hundred and be tNsefln hours of 10 oclock in tlio forenoon and 2 oulook in tlm you be taken to fcho ukcont to bo huiiKud by iho neck until you and may Uod on your UunuirB iron nerve gcrvad him so well Hint ho might eafiily have been mistaken for a nieie spoutsi Wicu Jinlgo Woodhull concluded ho down ami without appuieut mill an offlccicame to pouiluct him Ho walked out with heart erect ami he nume uniile playing atioiti bin Tin case will uumu up lor hearing before the Court of Etroiti mid silting at on the third Tuesday of this FORGED RAILWAY Britain to bavo the treaty ultimatejv he spoke m this strain for two hours Xn8 at the it appeared to thai jjo a IDS jshould be Hfttreti oiiis Hfttreti oiiisitle the GlilFFIN Dennis who a few days ago made an attempt forcibly to obtain possession of her children In the police court of again en tered the courtroom coolly walked up to the Judges dest and greeted him with a pleasant Good Good replied Judge YOU seem to be grcnlly pleased at some thing What baa happened 1 I fee YerHonor told me A 5old notiiave me two didnt ye 7 Certainly the law gives the custody of tho chll dffpto the Ive got And how ara you get ihera 1 Je Yer Now what r wants 11 8 wnat ca e done about it v will be done until your husband makes SKMOVS CttARGK AOAIXST A Freeman a sixty years living at 639 Atlantic and said to be an author ana was held yesterday by Brooklyn Police 1 WHJ1RK A SJiW ULSCTIOS IS William Keller was elected Justice of the Peace tn the Second District of j a loritySBB The City of EHzabetn has Just beeu Mwmud that JitMier died six jaonths NEW YOHK AGENTS SWINDLED SBVEBAL THOUSAND DOLLAKS About U yfBtcrday morning u man of me dium neatly rather a florid oom a face except a bnlilant stepped into the oftlce of tit the Wetropobtan and offered lor wile what like a railroad ticket issued bv ihtMJoBton tmd Albany cntltlluu tlie holder to b passage from liostou to via the New YorK and line and Atlantic and Great Western roads to und thence by the Ohio und MlBBtflBlppl road to Tlie ticket was printed on Jbim and ap parunily bore on ita lace and hack every require ment of an orthodox The die stamp of me IJoslon and Albany road could not lie cavilled Jiie was perfect In every ruupocu One thing Mcanmn coulii not understand was why tbu llostott and Albany road Bliauld sell tluKctu by the Kiie when tticlr uatural outlet from Uoston lor westward tiuvellura was by the New York This was explained by the who said that a parly of about litu persunH had citoscu to go by the Krle and lo gratify the whim the tlekete ecn lie had got as far as New York when he was recalled by a elating tlmt his wile had been suddenly taken 111 and he forced to re Ou this account he was willing to dispose of ticket at a very reasonable rate and wished to do He stated the fare he hail paid which was the regulation although Seaman was not thoroughly he bought me ticket and the stranger A telegram was InuiiciJlasciv to the Qcucral 1assenger Agent af the BoBlun ami Albany road at giving a general dcscrlpuau of tho form and and In reply came tills despatch Tliu mfoftina to Loniu via Kric find Atluntiu mid OrtHt WyBlern Knihviiy ia TUu la witiloul duubt o Kullow utlatr In reply lo n later telegram came tbe following Noitijubor i Tliu Viultulti IulfirtQd to aro harti no ipon thin Searautt went to the oitlvex of tlta general ticket agents of the Eric and Great Western loads inui liiforined them of thu am nt the Kuiiiu tune gave notice ton number of other agents In I he Tim telcgiuiili VIUH set to work lihine dlutely to notify nil coiuluciors to refuse the printed on fonn anil word was sent to tiie prhicliiBi eluea of tie Union anuounulujr Uic faut of i Ha In npltoof Heauiana It IH tificcrtaiticd that a largo number of the tickets liave bucu disposed of probably between and oou uud It In believed that the scheme IJDWI worked hi nearly every Jurae clly In the IToni the fact tbat not long ago a similar fraud was perpetrated on the iuunsylvimla tne HoUotH in that instance einanatitii froni it IK luferreil liiat the headquarters ol the gang aiii lifliuewhcrc in that The roads Vn in tcriikt have and from utime slight tiireaila of Information ticM In tlielr possession It Is thought that the forgers will be overtaken by Tat LOXDOS STOCK November Kcanomuit safe Jhe rate of discount for bank bills is ijf per and trade ufllH i a tx per On the Btouk with a few re prices advanced until Thursday mid when they may bo stated lo have generally reached the lughest point of tlie The rap Idly Increasing case In the money hopes that tlio delay in the Afghan campaign might nieim mure than appeared on the tlie expectation of fuiw utterances in the speeches at the Lord llaiorn banquet todiiy and the revival of confidence ou the all aided the mintovc hut tbe fuel that the Bank of Kiig Jaiid Directors oa Thursday maintained tlie rale of discount at o per whlluthe Improve ment shown in the hank return was gave a chtcK to tlie and on Friday the relapse proceeded further hecausfe of a telegram Irani Paris announcing that the tear was be sides as the time draws near for the oiilciul communications at the iuss confidence Is felt as to the purport oi tlie information to be as far as most Government securi ties are the work on balance yielded vury favorable and many foreign railway and other Investments exhlhlied The rise In United States Governments has been unusually stimulated by the fall in Gas shares recovered Commercial are GX higher Gasllgnt and anil THE TRKATf Of Vicuna correspondent says that semiaaiclal assurances are circulat ing that a complete AngloAustriaa agreo inenl exists tho execution of the treaty of and that Count Andrassy will convey this assurance lo the Delega The Russian Journal referring to the probability of such au advocates the con centration of a large corps of observation on the Austrian Tho denies the existence of any such agree November Porte on uhursday addressed two very energetic notes to Prince one refuting his denial of Kusslan connivance at the Bulgarian ana the other demandingthe repatriation of Mahometan and tne evacuation of Tarfcisli THE OCEAN HOUSE AND MANY COTTAGES BURNED AN OLD STOHY OF WOODEN A HIGH WIND AND AN INSUFFICIENT FIRE TO THE CAVE November people of Cape May City were called from their breakfasttables this morning by nn alarm of Tlie whole place was at once thrown Into excitement anil apprehen for a ure Is one of the terrors of residents and propertyowners as there Is scarcely n brick house in llie The and well ftirnlBlicn as they been bnllt and are without exception frame while there are long rows of frame cottages ou every and the lieach avenue is lined with Hmnller wooden used us in the summer awl untennnfMl In A general destruction if It gains the slightest and a high wind like that sweeping tho beach today ailils trebly to the dangers of tho In ten minutes after the alarm was sounded the whole population was In the By some mcnns ns yet the flames had broken out in the Ocean one of the largest hotels on Perry street and tn the very heart of the The wliolo building was soon and a fierce wlml Irom tlie northwest blew not only sparks and but immense sticks of flame in all direc The Ocean House was not long being con but before It was levelled the Merchants Hotel caught and burned with a heat so Intense that It was Impossible tor the ilrcmen to bring tlielr pipes to hear upon Their efforts were to other and particularly to the famous Congress the long arm of was directly opposite the Ocean But their efforts were Con gress Hall caught before tho first Iiour of the lire had ami In a marvellously short space of lime every piece and limber in H reduced to Clcorge Fryers large tmd lieaiitiful cottage took fire and burned iiicanwhilo without attracting so absorbed wcro the people In their ol Inrts lo save the which has been oae of tlte cliiuf glories of the Next come Mie Avenue which was swept tiwny in a ami then In rapid succession tho Centre another large Ihe a Hotel wliluh is Kept open m winter as wet BE ID summer Minuss Mo CraryB cottage at the corner of Ierry and Wiish Wyoming tho three Slc coiincll cottages anil UIUBU of Plnley anH the All the while the pltir but KcaluugUrc department of Cape Maywasdulng Its befit to stifle the but best was Inslg The force consists of a steam engine and a licse with a totally inadequate length uf After the lire tuul boon raging for two tele grams begging for assistance were sent lo I iiinelyPix miles and almost wont wun Rent bacX train wits to leuvo wltli two well They arrived at and wurt put to work at but It sceinid u hopeless battle that they Had to uiiU every llio people oxpuetert to hear tlmt Uie limited water supply command had given The lire crossed Washington street a little after The ivholv ilintrict from atvcet to JUIM and from WashingtonBtroetio vaa in The long rows or bathhouses bo longing to the several liotels named above wcro tiotnniiueil by a single sweep of the A i thin time the wind WUB Mowing from tho west at tin rule of thbly miles au The Columbia another ot the largo caught fire on the oust cud from a liyliur autf ft was Runn too apparent thai It coiiht not vm Sim ultaneously the flames were comnmniuated to number of smnii buildings in the near neighborhood of lliu Columbia and soon took hold of the vow of Handsome cottngeu intervening between the Colum bia nml the including thoBL1 of Mc uriury and the Philadelphia Tlie cltlrxiUH still worked with ull inclr Long linos were foimeu for the passage of hdclils from hand to but tho water actually Huemed to feed thu and there was little en couragement for any sort of exertion except hi the removal af furniture from tlio itousca and its trans portation lo places of comparative IB Iryors wMch wns next to the Ocean at tuo end towards the shore there was a good deal of valuable including a of uunltitre nicely ornamented in which was in use tn one of tlie palaces at tho time of the HIM irenuh and n rare piece of uhlna of great age and curious valued at Tbe cottage was fully hut the poliuy on the furniture umauate to only Congress Hull was insured for uoo and kept last Kmgsiuy TlieOeean Nattiuel Ludlnm was insured tor The amount of bisnranci on the oilier IiuUils has not yet been but it is safe to say that all of as well as the are wull The total loss la estimated at Tliln is the third time Uiat Cape May City has been almost entirely destroyed liy and the resldcnlB anil property owners today In vlcwlug the ruins express groat wonder carwiderlng tho Inflammable nature of the which have been a constant and praline source of alarm to they never went roworK and properly organized auefll cicutlire An Cupe May is to a great extent a IhiJatloJphla watering nearly all the property dimtroyed Uelotigedtocitlxunsof that Among those very largely Interested In the properly destroyed Is the eminent latvyer of whoycarsagobouBhtmuchproperly liere on speculation audButaRCiiueatlylniiiioved It for The Hulme estate will also suffer a but how nine otirinoi be cBttmtUod at this This Ims destroyed many houses which would bo laudmaiKs lor tboBo of two generations ago who congregated here to keep cool ilurlug the fiuiumcimouths Uuu in Phllailclpliia of all places u thu world ure the and most The Mockton the largest and most elegant house is the only considerable hotel left stand and Its owners may consider themselves for Its WHS thought to he impossible until tlie lire finally burned Itself A PIBJJ IN November after noon while the hands were engaged In varnishing iieer vats In the brewery of Bcrgncr niti the Qlriml avenue a candle was luxldtntaliy upset In the A live wnsi at oneu started that could nolbii gotten iitid Hi thrcu hours the principal btilblinga en tirely tivo hundred Imnda are i lirown out of Tno building dysuoved was known as Icehouse was live siones high and iu size Id by 120 Jt contained uoo barrels of beer and a lot of ma cooling The with was niBurcd for In various At the north und of the large Iccliause was three stories tn con taining beer to Tnis was partially de building was Insured for ou which the loss Is about SO per The contents were insured for the loss here being about Iu per Instead of tfliio as at tlrst reported Hittotal IOBB will be about KILLED ON A JSLAXD On Wednesday Bight the 20 train on tie southern Railroad of Long Island struck Qeorge of fills a man seventy years who Ims recently been working at Lorillards train ing farm at Seiier was injured ao severely mat he died on The aecluout oc curred between Oakdale and tho South Side Club and tho engineer of the train says that by llie glare of the headlight he saw the man lying on Die but tlie distance was so short that It ivas impossible to stop tho The pilot of the en gine stiucK Seller and threw him a distance of nearly forty XOT KAHXINQ THKIR J5 A DA Thomas Murray and William Unltad states Supervisors of Election In the Third Election District of the Fourth Assembly were ar raigned before United States Commissioner Shields yesterday with neglect of duty in having failed to canvass ami return fully the votes cast at Tuesdays They gave bail Iu ooa each to appear for examination called Of HA The funeral services over the remains of John of 888 Greenwich were held in Peters at Barclay and Church The assisted by Father OKelly and Father A delegation from tho Produce of which Hawes was a was present The interment took place In Greenwood FATHKK llAliOSIfli The Brooklyn Police Commissioners have promised to consider the protest made by 1ather ol Peter and Pauls against the grant ing of a license to Owen Ttauiy tatabllsh a saloon ootJle Die cbuKli TVfCV THE WOEJ A NO CHABO m fiownl thlcX jew wnen the T TTJ their lives 1 Pnongh they eV eye saw THE NATIONAL A MOVEMENT FOB ITS PARTIAL LAT10N TO THE TiEOTJIAR ARMY IB the ranxe ol i egular as well as wnoug the controlling officers of the National Guard dis cussion Is going on over the iiuestlouof anaasiml lotion of the two The worn of the Nation al Guardsmen at ritle ana the self control anil EoUllerllke qualities shown by the betterurlHec portions of the jnliitia during the labor troubles o the past two have compelled the o the officers of the regular army and on the those who have studied the National Guard a it In fragments throughout tbe sc the necessity of a uniform scheme of organization and feel with anythingol such a character something better could be showu than the latcs 0878 report of organized militia out of tit unorganized militia or ablebodied male ot military ago in the United BrigadierGeneral oltberegti lar discusses the question of a national nilliti system at length in the last number of the Sfatiom in Win cousin ana Minnesota he llnds there was in the las War Department report no while Ind with nan available lor military duty hail a forgo of three one ol whom was a gen Florida bad sixty Including six gen but no Congress at present make annual appropriation oj which is dis trlbiited in a very irregular way in tlie lorm of store among tbe State It Is proposed to memorial Ixe Congress during the coming session for a genera revision of the laws and statutes bearing on the gov onunent and centralization of the citizen soldier of the whole At a recent Informal meeting held In this attended by National Guard am vcgulav it was resolvod that For the first time in years thnto saems to pxisfc a wido BtircaA public Hentiuient that in tho condition n nn ufllclont militin forou is uecesaary inr th government of each and it would socm tUa tin 04anizQd eltort by those interested in the aubjeot to the militia S oruu of oaoh State Au improved milfytr nrgtuiization must result A committee consisting of Franklin AdjutantGeneral of New York John Wood InspectorGeneral of New York Genera Colonel ot BrooKlyu Lieu tenantColonel Fitzgerald and Captain of the Seventh New YorK Jrank of Connecticut General of Connecti cut AdjutantGeneral of New Jer ecy Colonel of New and Assistant AdjutantGenerals Klngabury and Ste of were appolntei to put the views of the officers Into shape lor action by a con vention of the leading military oltlefals of tho sev eral which will lie called before the assem bling of Congress to decide upon a foraial statute to he approved by the Secretary of War and than presented to The commlteo lias drawn up a memorandum of jiolnts to be covered by ana copies of this memorandum arc now scut to militia and regular ulllccra throughout the Union for The inoposalB arc m substance its follows An annual of for tha O tumuututiaa and otlior and tiuustmd in accordance vpjth such rules na maybe nre by it to contfisb of two regular nud three militia to apnointed by the the Pnietdent sbttli appoint a boitrdcf offl taken irom tUe ttrniand militiu m effual who Khali Mrojmro a Byatem regulations tor the guidance n dttct u pattern racoumendod by u Unnrd to bo appointed by tha of whicii three lilltiB Blmll be olllcurE of the Eueli State aluo to tit np at least ono rifle rangD the use of ite The Secretary oJ War to ho au oriaiia to ojTer anitniiiiy lo the regularly organized and mlnnnod militiu of oauti Htato provided thuy dumber at least OuO inon n not to uxcead in for tijinpotltionin rdlo andu to be shot for by iu toiiin or detachment of nlfutva of eaoh State Irani oacli of the three divinionB of tho and Hum the iinii to bis divided among the throo teanm btuuainK la fluch mutch both awards to bo inadu uiirtor auch ooliditions as may be prescribod by the War The United States to offer annually a stand of colors to that rogiinont of the militia in ouch State which ttlmll ahow tho beat record for drill and discipline during lira uncording to tho report of tBe Onlted Ktatou Militia 9ufd colon to become tlu propDtty of Uio winuinK tucro three t the President Khali from oointtQtenfc oftlncre on tho ratircd liet of tho vntli thair rt gnfhoiout not to exuaflti as Insoectorfi of who Mith the coiiparatiou oT tnu State au one inBpoRtian of tho militia re porting lo th eecreUry of Thatupuu tho auplicatioo of any or division uoniinanuer of tho through tha Uuvuruor of his ttlo Secretary of War DlEicera I rom tho aotivo or retired bat of the Vfith their to act aa or of of tsuoh briKaao or in thib plan to bo construed aa givine the any authority to use or cull the militia into or exeroiee any control ovvr otUer than that already conf errofl tho and laws of the United THE FOOTBALL VOVR GAMES WHICH WERU PLATED TO TEte J NEW November Yale defeated Trinity at football this afternoon by a score ol two and ten touchdowns to The con test at times interesting as the score Trinity only eleven and four Yale men were colled in to 111 the Tale playing Her cus tomary nearly all the Yalo men had a chance to show good or the vis Wiicox Appleton ild the best The general playing of who pliyed with Is worthy of Trinitys team Is stronger than It was last Thompson acted as captain of the Yale team in Camps The makeup of the teams was as follows hull Ijackn Nei The lullowine Yalo niijn pluyed vrith Trinity for tormrdfc The second game will occur on the Trinity rrouuds next The gume with Harvard will be played at Cambridge ou November 23 and Princeton on Thanksgiving PEXXSYLVAUIA DCSfATOn TO IBS November football game ietwecn Iennsylvanla University and Princeton college was won by the latter bv two goals and fonr touchdowns to one goal for which was won by Horace HARVARD BEATS LSPECZAL DCBPA1CH TO TKK 1 November game be tween narvuru and AnvUerst here today was won by llarvavil by three goals and six touchdowns to A weelwgo Rutgers College ami Stevens Insti tute played a football match in which neither side won a goal or a touch Yesterday a second tame was played at The flrst to ning passed without a goal or a touchdown but at the end ot the second Keisenbureer o got a by means of of the secured a goal Just as the time The sides were composed as follows Rah and lacanloy sa and i Dil jsovthond Duhill Sivdjvui tiim and Altua Beiienbergar aad Frank BUTTS ADWSSS TO TBE November IBUU member of Paillament for has Issued an address to tlie electors of that to the UotneRulera throughout tae declaring that the policy of ouatruction In volves a total disruption of tne existing Parlia He asked the Irish people to discourage the nolicj proclaimed In the resolutions adopted at the Rotunda meeting In Dublin on the or Octo lie that no heavier blow be in flicted on toe cauee of Ireland than gw iug the proposed agitation the semblance of popular Bute denies that his polfoj nag been a he in cne space of four years lias to muchbeeu done to make llie voice of Ireland respected and AT TUB CXSTHAL PARK TUe Superintendent of tho Central Park Meteoro logical Observatory reports toe tho past week inches 61 de grcea st9 Total DistMico travelled by me Alt OLD Joseph an old dies Thursday He started business In aged 1S45 at tho corner of Bcekmnn and Soatft and afterwards had a stand la tho Fishmongers Associations Be uiaue a considerable although lie couM neittcrrwa nor tench was EW Tfaraeft ateor ITS ITS CHIEFJUSTICE THAT iroci GENE Last Tuesday night CMef quest or the Historical Societ upon the life anil Oeneral onrrej interesting portions of rernii lions which win be most After a graceful Daly continued as follows mm nafifm Wm if V i and of his IB mat he n t Inst In in his Uftccnth Jaw student In the omce oi ffl served out the long period oJ was then requires of every iroe ously received a classical edacallpntf be admitted us an auaraeyof In after he tioii setvca mltted an attorney of the this then Known as tneMajorS October term of isis he was the Supreme anil in is i THE OLD ISOHit During the early period of dcclarea with Great JJrttaiu and f I company of light infantry was f onder the command of i afterwards Collector of the the Iron General Handf in bis eighteenth joined this lit composed of the lending joung having amongst them Hickson Hibby and other wellKnown during the summer of that the Hudson near the Fourteenth and yonng acquired considerable skill relieved the tedium of camp or reaOlng compsitloai IDT the entertainment i While In camp an ode entitled The Iron I Btt Sanf under a promise not of the and when the memtifjapshei in the evening for Sgnffl Mode IT lUcli created the greatest enturalii Whnsi asm in part due to the admirable nt he rendered I had no B Sandf the following I until last when 1 heord yonr The service of the Iron Greys I They remained in camp dniia and in a large military marched through Broadway on tla the anniversary of the I by the thoy were plaa and a few days after wentM ters ou the wnere thelnffi the chief attraction of tiicl freguenuj attending it in their oOtffi the flne appearance and drill of oitji warm commendations from Mil wM other distinguished military This was the extent of their I vasmade with Greac Britain ill and they upon the ratifies with the other rolnntt OUZEKE AND service in tne aron given Sandford a for tnllitarr f ontlnned during his and in of the war lie accepted a i ra Lalghts a body he glory of which has been And there wore spirited troops inii Tbe Booutn leetot and the SpirU And Swartwouti gallant tin li Soldiers who met the for ti Or at tan But iv bat wareibesdt corps again del Veterans t ntt Now iDdtiie pact L narchtng from or Clintons pomp There was a gi itlzen soldiery afire of the r but lit neatly very lltt ilmself in uuifoi et upon ne termination ivacrjatlon Day ven from the un NEW VOBKS The uniformed ivislon ot artiller ere equipped as i rate otupaalcs to uder tho systems men iu tlie Statf In the 3 wo days in tlie endczvous of the riinglng with them al They of wmchjtt ban 50 in the Stat jclng attached to uce to territorial vcn the n staff and ecotdiug a ittny In Putnam Conn at Sag stand wlulstalltl he ultj of New Yo never came togetl but vithout any refei riUi In pou two days In t s could be tmp 1lnformod officer on unusual sight t not bring i a ciuic and sc tick for their attt line which was e Heir person ana To t the corner of a street ii ot one of the most agree encrallj attended by a reat deal of ana indeed i Iu fact this mode u oigfiuleed mlllim was j n time to be abandoned lar which mail In niookery of It vhlcn everything that the rtio participated oral and equipments was uiasemcnt of the crowl on the occasion oil This good effect at lea that spirited young xpense Joined tne eneraliy attracted to tbe e independent c uently increased in n Itasaat weatneroT the f these companies was urongh the streets with a iq to the great delis he satisfaction of the gent muiiary inosio aiaiat tSne what it is at They i anus that we have witfii era under the leadership of hebiuitl generally The witlil Kent bugle and the trorubr The music was soft ituttai effect was to be given t arharic uui and noise from iu front or the bassdram ulaa in Oriental co mountw a who L tiumtutcalled the Turkish rasibdis of various sizes j bove while from the top olStL In rjie wuid long streamers ofj u the right of the bassutum cfosulDg instrunient calieil f ett another wno Heat the trial f martial music was to be s jpoadertniB strokes upoo Ue clashing ot the f the triangle anil a he Turkish aa I have tatAaf i with a Tew uauK o he motley unlnstreoted i list the General led on the l under the name oft alv subject for tne satire of the i ur city Another teiji layed his famtliarity with alatoij U is cflBimaad tost his ordew r laws of the Suxetlet and I I mention these uaniculan Ar i was due to General SandfonJ tnaUhls state of o Us of couraetriUill on of aa hlch realmeuta ud veil aUke sad la battalion i   

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