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I 1 6 arauoaK I ' 1 v ' 1 6 o'clock II .9
PRICE ONE CENT. ' NEW YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887. PICE ONE CENT; l'fH
TIIE BULLS A LITTLE AHEAD.
A UKI3K BATTLE IN WHICH BEARS FOUGHT
WELL BUT WERE BEATEN.
A General Dropping In Price and Then a
Rally Great Dlock of Readlns Thrown
nt the Tlnlt IUeh Trice of American
t Htocka In Tendon Vacd aa a Weapon by
the Bull A Lively liny on Change.
Walt, Btheet, Oct. 17.
v Jf mW 00N oftr tho Stock
f A (m jJra Exchange opened for
C--KUvSI business this morning
ft! JjaVv Un, that a contest between
v Atbo giants of specula.
J3 The bulls bad the ad-
1i f V )7wrM vantage of early quota-
7rf(yrtl?y "3" tlons from London,
Tni ) Hi showing that Ameri.
VVaVil " CanS ner0 were "
I SaW DR n0Te tbo C,0S'"C
(ffl LiLl figures of Saturday.
fTj IZZZiThis tbey claimed
la4g.Tft il would put tho shorts
flKttjljigggiSto flight and lend to
Wk ev big rally. The bears
however, took a dif.
feront view of things,, and showed that
they did not lack tho courage of tho convic
tions by hurling immense blocks of various
stocks at their opponents at steadily declin
Beading was their great objectivo point,
and, nothing daunted by the fact that tho
wealthy Wormsers and others are outspoken
bulls on tho stock, they forced it down
from 60 to CSJi in a very short tiino.
Ono, flvo and even ten thousand shares were
offered in single blocks by the Batemau-Cam-mack
sido, and tho Exchange resounded with
the shouts of the brokers who had been in
trusted with the execution of theso orders.
Northwest tumbled to 104K , St. Paul lo
69, Telegraph' to 73, Jersey to 68f , Missonr
Pacific to 8BK, Burlington to 123, Omaha to
34. and 1'acifio Mall to 32.
It soon locked as though tho bulls would
have to retire in short order, but
they didn't, and, in fact. they
finally succeeded by a herculean ef
fort in turning the current.
Prices went like a shot until pretty
much everything was about 1 per cent, above
Saturday's closing figures. Whilo this was
not much of a victory, yet it demon,
stralod that there was still a vigorous op.
position to the bear forces and
that the market I had some rallying
power left, which was comforting to holders
who by reason of the recent slump and wast
ing away of margins are skating on pretty
Seymour, Baker & Co. sold about 15,000
Atchison jumped from OOK to 02X.
The short interest is large, and this is clear,
ly proven by the rates ruling in tho loan
crowd." To-day Chicago, Burlington and
Sidney was worth 1-16 per cent.. New York
entrol 1-123 a 1-32, Lako. Shore 1-61 and
'Beading flat to 1-61 for, use.
The arrivals of gold since Saturday
amounted to $1,135,667, all by the La Cham
pagne. Total imports mnco July 23, 1887,
Sterling oxchange is strong and nearly all
the leading drawers post their rates at 1.82)
Money 6 per cent.
Op. Hlq. Zcit. Closing
Canada BVratnern SIM 61K BOM 6l
OanadanPaoifla......... 01? Bltf M7 -
Clara.. Ool Cln. 4 Ind 47 8 )1 H
Utalo. burl. Unlnoj ljJ ll.Vf 103?. 125
CElaafoANorthirKtpfd WVi 1SW IWi 1S8M
QM7M11. Ht. Paul........ 70-2 7l2 b9,'. 10V
Ee., Mil. ABt. Pnl ctt.... 113 113 llo llrtjf
?Oho.lUickl. Jt Paeltlo 110 UUSf 110 111
Ohio. 4 Ktern lllin..l, 110 110 110 -
Slfii.. lnSTst. L. 4 Ohio 61H 70 67M 70
Colorado Coil 4 iron 3'J SJX 31 33i
Oonaolldatwl Ou 6'J 70 CO'; 70
I)T.YLck. A Worttrn lS 1" 13-1'A Pit
Dataware A Hudson. U72 lit) UVi 7K
Benrar Alllo Uranda... Vl' SIJJ ai' -i.
anraraWllo Grand pfd 63 01 M 61
K. Tenn., Va. A tlourgla. )! DM US, l)j
K. Tenn. Va. AOa. 1 pfd... Oi 05 85 M
', K.Tenn., V. A 0. MpYd... 18 1S IK 18
Yort Worth A Utnm City Wi 47 Wi 40
Ind., Bloom. A WMUrn lii lik' 13 12
KinntonA Pembroke ' -"J'l 'M 1'1
LoaTlTllle A NutlTlUe 65 ! S(lO SIM 10
Uke Shore ; U0 W, 89'; Out;
UkaEriiJtWnttra V.iyt H'i 13 U
ManhltUn Beiieli 10 10 10 10
JI.nlitunCoMol W 07 H5W 117
MlohlcuUeatral SU7 81'.' Bl, HI.;
llll.Tl.. 8. A Weit 7'i SO 78,'J HO
Mii.lL. B. A Western pfd 101 103 101 lu3
MlnneepolUABt.Loale 0V( D'.' V( 1)'.
Minn. ASt.LnuUp(d VX 10M lj lUJ.
MiHoari Pacific ,., 88 m 8t4 87,'.
Mobil A Ohio,... ..A. 10 10 10 lu
i Miiiourl, K.dA. Teiu...., 20 30 10; 30
. KrJer.0ntra 70 71S 8'J 7i
NewYorVrientril...-., 103',' m 103', HiY,
NewYorkANewEnsItnd 35 SS' fl m.
N. Y Chi. A St. LonU 145T IB 14J 4
N. Y.l Lake Erie AVfeiUrn.. 35ft 3D Uli'i 24!.
N. Y.lL. Krle A Weitern pfd. (11 elM 01 0A
NoriofkAWMitern...., ......... 11 14 U is
Norfolk A We.MrnpM as n as 3D
.1 Northern Pacliio...:, 30K 31 2ol 31
Philadelphia Iteadinic SOfj tOJi Mi', lli;
Peerla. Peoatnr A Utana lit 19 10 111
Richmond A VreatPolntTer..' 31 33M 30'; 33U
llloh. AWeetPolntTer. pfd.. ifi iV'l .47M t'ili
Ht. Paul A Omaha............. 38 fl 34 3H
Northern Paoiflo pref 4JK 44 4.1V 4.1H
OreconRatlnrANaTic, ttlft 8)U 81M fju
OresonATranaemtineaUl.... 10V 10; 1Q 1(8
Oreann Improrement S3 36 Hi 3
Paoiflo Mall....,., 34V 34V 32X '.'83'
Weatern Union fefeiriph..... 74 74 73 'UH
Elmer B. Mllee lUtnrna.
Elmer B. Miles, the venerable Brooklyn real
estate man, whoso sudden disappearance
pa Wdiy last was reported excluaivelj
In Tnn KviNiHQ Wokld, returned to
bis borne, SSOa Ireatdent street at noon to-day. a
complete mental wreck. He was seen In Green
wood Cemetery yesterday afternoon Inquiring
ill- ttai Bra.l oX. ' "o11 "bo ba
been In the Insane avium for
JlJteen years. Mr. Mlles's Jamlly claim that he
r2TJJ50.lll2me bu tne 1eM ,n he summer, and
flnoe then has not been of sound mind. lie bad a
large sum or money with him when be returned.
The President att Noabvllle.
BPICIAL TO THE KVX1UN0) WOULD.
NisnviLiB Tenn.. Oot. 17rresldent Cleve
nd and party arrived here this morning and were
I etreetea enthusiastically by an Immense crowd.
, Mrs. Cleveland, alter the parade, nve a recen.
llouse0 the ' 0I MMnvU, " MMweU
Brief speeches of welcome to the President
were mae by pov. K. L. Taylor, Mayor Ker
cheval ana Chairman A. B. Colyer. After the
?etoUD re,ponM ll n"d "cceptloa at the
Rescued and Locked Up.
AmanstrunllnglntheEast River, at the foot
of Thtrty-aeoond atrect, this moralng, attracted
I lbeuPJl1(a or Policemen John W. Taylor and
1 hlW . Warren- Both patrolmen sprang over-
Ma i0"! drowning man's assistance snd they
!?coe?d.?1 '? ladlngTiim after much labor. At
J Hi9 lon-lions6 the man explained that he fell
W ST" board accldently. He aald he was John Archer.
I S..!"!1'0.'" 0", of No- HaatThirty.fourth
I V!,ttU As he was Intoxicated be was held as a
1 prisoner the staUon-honao.
d j A Watch Dan Havea gSOO.
f "M Herbert, an ex-convlcl, and Uenry
t Bchaefer tried to rob Henna's grocery store, at sao
V 5iSrflii2!f ,,!eS.1- Mrl InUruornlnz, but the
I BmShi,r?? pt ,J1,ra ttt 'V until milcorrmn Mul-
'I niMrXi?lbSfxifu,CMfMe9 Court, held them
1 Jk. &!;. .VfioHTSSL"1 ""
Trying llnrd to Anchor O'Jlrlen.
EXCITEMENT AT WOODFORD.
A Iirninnllr Mlilnlnht .llcrllnp; nhlrli Hiir
prlnril tlie Irlili I'ollrr.
larrctAL cablt to iiir FvrMtKo wonu.
Dudlin, Oct. 17. The midnight mass
meeting at Woodford last night was not only
a most dramatic and pictnresqne affair, hut
wns a completo surprito for the police, who
were ingeniously outwitted by tho Irish
Lnrgo bodies of country people went to
Woodford during the afternoon, hut thoy
made no attempt to hold a meeting. Word
was secretly given them to wait until night.
The police in tho meantime occupied every
place where men could nssemble and guarded
every street corner.
Tho day passed quietly. After dask tho
constubulary withdrew to their quarters,
satisfied that they had prevented nuy infrac
tion of the proclamation farbidding the pro
posed meeting. Tho crowds of people had
not diminished, but kept very quiet and re
mained mostly indoors.
Suddenly on tho stroke of midnight tho
whole town burst into illumination. Every
window-pane hap its candle and hundreds of
men poured into tho streets with lighted
torches. Mr. O'Brien and other Irish leaders
appeared at the'windows of their hotel. Tho
torchbearers assembled and cheered. Hero
a regular meeting was held. Fatriotio ad
dresses were dellvorod by Mr. O'Brien, Mr.
nowutroe, M. P., and Wilfrid Blunt.
It was at an upper windoV. beyond the
reachof the police.' that Editor O'Brien, after
reading some extracts from the proclama
tion of tho Viceroy, seized a torch,
thrust the paper into the flame
and let tho burning fragments
fall into tho street. Buoh a scene never was
witnessed in Ireland. Tho andience was
wild with excitement, and cheered, screamod,
yelled and tossed their hats and torches for
Tho police hastily turned out, but did not
daro to interfere with the excited mass. The
speaker went on and the meeting by torch
light continued until 3 o'clock in the morn,
ing, when resolutions denouncing coercion
and the efforts of tho go'i eminent to break
up the National League were adopted.
MR. BALFOUR IN IRELAND.
C'anaullliiK with Collrasiira at the Cnatlr
Probable Arrests To-day.
SPECIAL CABLE TO TUIITENISO WORLD.
Dublin, Oct. 17. Mr. Balfour is now in
Dublin, and to-day will consult with his col.
leagues at tho castle as to tho state of the
country. Sir West Kidgwa'y is here also get
ting inductod into the duties of the Under
Lord Lieut. Lord Londonderry has re
turned no reply to the memorial of his
County Down tenants for a reduction of
rent, and a resolution was passed that they
' go into the land courts.
Col. Saunderson, M. P., addresses a mon.
stcr demonstration in Ulster Hall, Belfast,
to-night, after opening the now Orange Hall,
Ballenafeigh, in tho borders of the town. Ha
follows closo on Mr. Chamberlain's policy.
Worrants have been issued by Coroner
Bice against Brownrigg and the policemen
who fired on the peoplo at Mitohellstown.and
will probably be executed to-day. They will
all be liberated when brought before tho
Dedication of Mr. Chllds's Handsome fllft to
tho Bard's Meinary.
SrZCUL CABLE TO TBI KVEXIXQ WOULD.
London, Oct. 17. Shakespeare Memorial
Fountain, presented by Mr. G. W. Ohilds,
of Philadelphia, to tho town of Stratford-upon-Avon,
was dedicated with
imposing ceremonies to-day. The
early train brought large .numbers
of distinguished persons to attend tho dedi
cation. Tho weather was fine. There was
an immense crowd in attendance, and much
enthusiasm was manifested. Dr. MacCauloy
represented Mr. Childs at tho proceedings.
Just before noon tho invited guests
formed in line and marched to tho
Town Hall, and Ithenco to tho site
of tho fountain. Mr. Henry Irving made
the dedication speech. He admired Mr.
Ohilds's publio spirit and energy, which were
worthy of Philadelphia. His generous deeds
were widely known, and he was greatly
Royalty Has tho IHeaelr:.
iriCIAL CAULK TO TBS KVIHIKQ WOSLD.)
Copeniuqkn, Oct. 17. PriucessMaud and
Princess Louise, daughters of the Prince of
Wales, who aro both suffering from an attack
of measles, aro progressing favorably toward
recovery. PrinooBsMaud is the worst suf
ferer from tho disease. Princess Louise has
only a slight attack.
The Halts Aalniil l.llllim Uuaaell.
The suits of Paulino aodebaux for IS0J.M and
Isaao Blum for 4M. it SEalnat Lillian ItuaatU have
been stttled out of court.
OVER IN NEW JERSEY.
Good Racing1 on tho Doublo Cir
cuit Track at Clifton.
An Excellent Attendance from New York
and tho Surrounding Country.
A Head Heat for the Mllo and a Fnrlon
Handicap Uetwrcn Top Wawyer and
nordrlniar, Which Wns Itun Off and Won
by the Former Other Ilaces Won by Bans
Viol, Joe Mitchell) Tornado and I,ex.
Jm,lartr., O. Wheeler and A. II. BettTb.
riifr-W. It. Hawihorat.
.Vr((iry J. II. McUowen.
BTSCIAL TO TBI IVKqWO WOnLD.l
Cmfton, N. J., Oct. 17. A flno day.no
racing elsewhero in this vicinity, and tho fact
that it is "bluo Monday" for many of the
mill operatives at Patcrson, all aided to mako
tho crowd tho largest of tho soason. Tho
track is in fine condition, and tho
racing proved quite good, although
the favorito was bowled out in tho
first raco by Bass Viol, who started at 15 to 1
against. The "old-timer." Joe Mitchell,
squared the deal in the second raco, with 3 to
1 freely laid against him. For tho third race,
tho Beoond choico reached the post first, fol
lowed by a pair of promising two-year-olds,
of which Carrio O, was second and tho Cali
fornian, Joe Clark, third.
The fourth raco was tho race of the day.
It was a handicap at n mile and a furlong,
and it resulted in a " dead heat " botween
the two second choices Top Sawyer and
Bordclaise. Tho owners could not agroo on
a division and they ran it off with twenty
minutes interval, when Top Sawyer proved
tho winner. Tho last race, a dash of seven
furlongs, for maidens, was won by Lex.
First Kace. I'urso $250, of which $30 to tho
second, for horses that had run and not won at
the Clifton autumn meeting In 1687; to carry 100
lb; no allowances: three-quarters of a mile.
K. Itedmond's ch. ir. Baas Viol. 4, by Ven
tilator, dam Miss Dassett, 105 (Camp) 1
Saluda, loo (Sims) s
PatPivvcr, 100 (Bergan) s
Kufaula. 100 . (Dunn) o
Harry 1(080, loo (Barber) 0
James A. II., 10S (Boyle) 0
Molllo Thomas, loo (Kelly) 0
Neptunua, loo (Tralnor) o
Hojstercr, 100 (Bender) o
Relax, 100. (Coldler) 0
Itozetta, 100 (Oasler) 0
Time 1.19V. Bettlne-fltralght, 8 to Jasamat Re
lax, 4 to 1 Kufaula, 6 to I each Saluda, Pat Dlvver,
James A. II. and Bass Viol, 8 to l narry
Jtoae.10 to 1 each UolUe.Thomaa, Itoyatercr,
Roxetta, II to 1 Neptnnns. For a Place
Even money Hclkx, 8 to 1 Eufanla, 9 to 1 each
Saluda, Pat Dlvver, James A. II. and Baas Viol, 3
to 1 Harry Rose, 4 to 1 each Molllo Thomas, Roys
terer and Rozetta, and 5 to 1 Neptunus.
The Race. After somo delay Bass Viol took
tho lead and was never headed, she winning
by half a length from Saluda, who beat Pat
Dlvverfor the place by six lengths. Mutuels
Straight, $33.25 ; for a plaoe, $14.45 j Sa
luda for a place, $6.00.
Purae of $200, of which $50 to the second for all
ages; selling allowances; horsesentered to be sold
for $300 to carry 90 II). Irrespective of ago or sex,
thenl lb. additional for each .$100 up to $1,000;
mile and o sixteenth.
J, De Long's I). p. Joo Mitchell, aged, by Olen-
garry dam Kate Fisher, 83 (Oasler) 1
Luke Arnold, 91 (Coldler) 2
Burton, loo (Bender) 8
Lizzie Walton, 9T (Dunn) o
Qulnry, DT (Innus) 0
Souvenir, 93 (Kelly) 0
Slater Marie, 95 (M. Bergan) 0
Tolu, V7 (Bergan) 0
'lime l.iw. Betting Straight, 2 to 1 against
Joe Mitchell, 1 to 5 Souvenir, B to 1 Tolu,
0 to 1 Lute Arnold, T to 1 each Bur
ton and Lizzie Walton, 8 to 1 Qulncr, 11
to 1 Slater Marie. Place 10 to 7 on Jon Mitchell, t
to 4 on Souvenir, S to 1 each against Burton, Lute
Arnold and Tolu. s to 2 Lizzie Walton, 8 to 1 Quln
cy, 5 to 1 Slater Marie.
The Jiace. Burton was first away, but was
quickly outrun by Sister Marie, who led for
half a mllo, after which Joe Mitchell took
up tho running and was never headed,
winning easily by two lengths from Lute
Arnold, who bat Burton by a head. Mu
tuels paid : Straight, $4.50; for a place $3.45;
Lute Arnold for a place, $5.75.
' TnlHD BACK.
Purae $250, of which 150 to the second, to carry
20 lb. above tho scale, one mile.
W. Stoop's ch. b. h. Tornado, 6, by Olen-
lyon dam Estelle, 199 - (Ilagglns) 1
Carrie a, loo (Morrison) 2
Joe Clark, 103 (Bergan) 8
Auditor, 103 (O. Taylor) 0
Blizzard, 185 (J. Barnett) 0
Lancaster, 183 (Whjburn) 0
Betting Straight: 7 to B against Carrio O. , 8 to l
each Tornado and Lancaster, 4 to 1 Auditor, 6 to 1
Joe Clark, 10 to 1 Blizzard. Place: 6 to 8 on Car
rle (1. , even money each against Tornado and
Lancaster, 7 to S Auditor, 2 to 1 Joe Clark, s to 2
The Race. Carrio G. showed tho way for
three-quarters of a mile, when Haggins
brought Tornado through, winning easily by
four lengths. The two-year-olds Carrie O.
and Joe Clark made a good finish for the
placo with the filly a head in front. Mutuels
paid, straight, $12.55; for a place, $5.65. Car
rio O., for a place, $3.50.
l'urneJtWO, of which $50 to tho second, a handi
cap for all ages; mile and a furlong.
B. Farrls's b. h. Ton Sawyer, 6, by Tom Savr-
jor, dam Agne, 107 .. (Bergan) 1
L. Martin's b. f, Bordelalse, 4, by Bramble,
dam Anna Auguata, 99 .(Dunn) 2
Charley Itusscll, 112 (Q. Taylor) o
Count Luna. 94 (Tribe) 0
Uatlland, 9S (Lamlejr) o
Time t. 01 v, 2.03,v. Dead heat, run off and
won as placed.
Betting Straight, 7 to 5 against Charley Russell.
1 to 1 each Top Sawyer and Bordelalse, 8 to 1 each
Hut Band and Count Luna. For a place 2 to 1 on
Charley Russell, 5 to 4 each on Bordelalse and Top
Sawyer and 2 to 1 each agalnat Hat Band and
The Race. Count Luna'and Bordelaiso al
ternated in the lead until they reached tho
stretch, when Top Sawyer came with a rush
and tripped Bordclaise on the post, making
it a deaa heat with Connt Luna, a length and
a half away.
The Hun Off. Betting 8 to Jon Top Sawyer, 2
to 1 agalnat Bordelalse. Top Sawyer won by a
dozen lengths. Mutuelc paid: Straight, $5.U;
for a place, $8.05; Bordelalse for a place, $8.80.
Top sawyer, for the rnn off, paid $2.65.
The fifth race was a dash of seven furlongs, for
maiden three-year-ol Is and upwards. It was won
by Lex, with Jcwelle seeond, Comptroller third.
Deteetlvo Haley's Funeral.
Detective Owen Haley's funeral took place this
afternoon from his late residence at Sixty-seventh
street and Third avenue. Nearly all of the offi
cers on Inspector Byrnes' squad attended tho
brief services. Twelve detectives, the dead man's
ntarcat associates acted as pall-bearers. Repre
sentative of the Owen Haley Association, of th
Bjxih Ward, and of Masonlo societies of which
Haley was a member, followed the remains to the
ToOIomm's Programme and Probable
Hlartera Four Kventa on the Card.
The autumn racing at tho North Hudson
Driving Park begins to-morrow with tho fol.
lowing programme :
, URST RACE.
Purse $200, of which $so to tho second, for all
ages; to carry 110 Hi. ; maidens allowed 10 lb. ;
three-quarters of a mile.
Ben Thompson lot Bnrgundla 107
Commander. 107 Blast 107
Marguerite 107 Bonnie lloucho 107
Battledore lot John Korea 100
Kdltor 107 Commotion 97
Clatter 107 Montana 97
Purie $25(1, of which $50 to the second, for all
ages; live furlongs.
Adolph 116 Lucy Johnson 115
Mailer 116 Oulnaro 115
Hilt lis Bumble 115
Blue-Eyed Belle 115 Nina Is no
John Alexander lis Lemon 92
Purae $200, of which $50 to tho second, for all
ages; selling allowances; mile and a furlong.
Banero 104 Warren Lewis w
Brier 100 Blaat 94
Index loo King (leorge 94
Neptunus 98 Lea 92
Gahe Jae'ksd'n. '.'.'.'.','.'. M Cedar Bluff'.'. 90
Gate Jackson, late Whiskey Jack.
Purae $250, of which $so to tho second; for all
ages; Belling allowances; ono mile.
Wankctha in standlfordKellar.... loo
Frans 108 Belle B loo
Ivanhoe 105 Tony Pastor 100
Change ios Tunis loo
Becky B 105 Belmont 91
The racing will begin promptly at 2 r. m.
Hnrtnar at l.exlnaton.
(SriCIAI. TO THK KVXHIXO WORLD. 1
Lexington, Oct. 17. Tho autum meeting
of tho ICentuoky Association began to-day
with good weather and a fast track.
First Race. Pane, $250, of which $50 to the sec
ond; for all ages; winning penalties and maiden
allowances; three-quarters of a mile; 11 entries.
Won by Buroh with a dead heat for the place be
tween Carnegie and Valuable, lime 1. li)i. Bet
ting 2 to 1 against Burch to win, even money for
a place, with even money Valuable and o to 6 Car
negie for a place.
Second Race Tho VIley Stakes for three-year
olds at $100 each, $50 forfeit, $10 only It declared
by Aug, 1, 1688; $20 If by April 1, 1887: with $soo
added, the second to receive $200 out of the atakes.
Running penalties of s and 7 lb. It. A. Sevlger's
Insolence by Olenelg out of Independence
and winner of the Stallion Stakes at Loulsvlllo,
was. the, winner, with Morrlssey'sMamoua Ban.
burg second and the Fleetwood's stable's Clarion
third. Time 2. 88 JX. Post odds s to 8 on Inso
lence. No place. Insolence; S to l on Banburg.
Third Race. Purae $250. of which $50 to the sec
ond; selling allowances; horses entered to be sold
for$2,ooo to carry fnll weight: If not to be sold to
carry s lb. extra; ono mile; 12 entries. Won by
Walker, with Monocrat second and Alamo third.
BAILEY DEFIES rOWDERLY.
The Former Makes a Itlnglnar Mpeech Annlnat
lirzciAL To.iBJLrvxxiao woaii.j
Bt. Paol, Mini, Oct, 17. At the' morning ses
sion of the General Assembly of the Knights
of Labor a score of leading delegates
failed to respond to roll - call, among
them being (juinn, of D. A. 49, New
York. The Mileage Committee reported that the
majority of absentees, all of whom were Antl
Powder ly men, had gone home.
The report of tho Committee on Laws advising
tho dropping of two members from the Executive
Board and gli lng Powderly the power of appoint
ing his own cabinet, was again brought up for dis
cussion and Mr. Carlton defended last year's
The scenes were not aa stormy as on Saturday,
chiefly becauae the Powderly faction knew their
strength, oven the Barry-Balloy crowd not claim
ing more than thirty followers In case they decide
to leave the convention.
A vote on the proposition Is expected st to-night's
W. II. Bailey made a ringing speech to-day, In
which he reiterated the chargea made by Barry
and accused Powderly of usurping authority and
allying himself with the Catholic Church. lie aald
a conspiracy of the general offlcera had been
formed to defeat him (Bailey) In his own district.
" If the high-handed action proposed is taken,"
said he, "we will withdraw from the assembly."
A voice replied: "Go; we don't want you, or any
of yon. You are a park of Anarchists. " Bailey
continued, saying: " This one-man bualncas won't
work. I defy you and Powderly, "
ANOTHER EI0T IN LONDON.
An Angry Mob Attacks the Police Two Offl.
SPECIAL CABLZ TO TIIE EVTKIKO WOBLD.
London, Oct, 17. Another and more serious
demonatratlonof the unemployed from Trafalgar
Sqnare occurred to-day, and It resulted In a riot.
A deputation was sent to the Board of Aldermen
to demand work. Their demand was refused,
whereupon a mob started through the Strand for
the Mansion House. They were stopped by the
police and realsted with fists and bludgeons. Two
policemen were injured. With a lgorous use of
their clubs the police succeeded tn dispersing the
rioters. The city Is now quiet.
Twenty of the rioters were arrested by the police
during the struggle.
It was 4 o'clock before tho crowds dis
persed. No vlolenoe whatever was attemp
ed. either by tho police or the people, the former
being stupefied by surprise and the latter well sat
isfied with their success.
At the end of the fourth inning tho game be
tween Cincinnati snd Cleveland stood 7 to 2 In
favor of Cleveland.
Batteries Hart and O'Connor and Oberlander
Umpire Mr. Jennings.
At the end of the third Inning the game between
Washington snd Baltimore stood 8 to 1 In favor of
Batteries Whitney cud Mack and Shaw and
Trott. Umpire Mr. Baker.
Fnneral of Dr. Weston.
Funeral services over the remains of the Rev.
Sullivan H. Weston, D. D. , were conducted to-day
by Blahop Potter, assisted by the Rov. Dr. Morgan
Dlx, at St. John's Chapel, of which Dr. Wes
ton bad charge many years. Many clergymen
were present. In addition, there was a large rep
resentation of the Seventh Regiment, of which Dr.
Weaton was chaplain, and of the Veteran Corps.
The remains will be taken to-morrow to Bristol,
Me. , for Interment
Oladatone In Manchester.
(SrZCIAI. CABLE TO XVEXlXa WOBLD.
London, Oct. 17. Mr. Gladstone arrived
at Manchester to-day, and was heartily,
cheered by the crowd which had gath
ered to welcome him. He will speak at the
meeting of the Liberal Federation in Hot.
ni Fire In Pltiabnra.
PlTTsnuna, Oct. 17. The extenstvo glass fac
tory of Adams A Co. , on the south side, Is In
dames and will probably be destroyed. The loss
will reach $100,000.
2,80 r. v. The entire block bounded by Carson,
Washington, Eighth and Ninth streets la reported
Popular ailaa McQureney.
An Interesting feature at the bailor the Ami-
Povertyltea thlt ef eulng will be the presentation
of the gold watch won by Mtas UcQueeney u the
most popular young lady of the lilr.
DETROIT WINS AGAIN.
' a ss
St. Louis Loses tho Seventh
Game by 3 to 1.
At the Critical Moment tho St. Louis Men
Could Not Hit Baldwin.
The Ht. IjOuIs Outbatted and Outdetded tho
League Winner) but Their lilts Were
Scattered Tho Hay neantlrhl The
Ilrowns Could Not Hteat Bases on lien,
nett Gaflhey and Kelly aa Umpires.
(arxciAL to Tint etemko-wobld.I
PniLADKU-niA, Oct. 17. Thero woto 7,600
pooplo on tho park to seo tho seventh strut-clo-for
tho world's baaoball supromnoy. Tho
Detroit nino won by a scoro of 8 to 1.
Tho day was beautiful, and theamo groatly
enjoyed by tho spectators. Tho Browns
could do but littlo with " Lady Baldwin
and their attempts to steal bases on Bennett
woro laughable Tho DetroiU havo now won,
flvo gnmcB and tho St. Louis two. Scoro by
St. Lonl o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Detroit 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 08
Tho gamo opened with tho Browns at the
bat, Kelly on tho bases and Gaffnoy watching
Tho batting order of the teams in to-day's
game was as follows :
For Detroit Itichnrdson, 1, f.; Qanzel,
1st b. Itowe, s. 8.; Thompson, r. f.; Whito,
3db.;Dunlap, 2d b.; Bennett, c; Hanlon,
o. t. Baldwin, p.
For tho Browns Latham, 8d b.j Lyons,
s. s. ; O'Neill, 1. f. ; Comiskoy, 1st b. ; Cam.
tliers, p.; Foutr, r. f.; Woloh, o. f.j Robin
son, 2d b.) Bushong, o.
First Inning For tho Browns, Latham
stepped to tho bat, and, after three strikes
had been called on him, ho flow out to Dun.
lap. Lyons got Mb base on balls, went to
second on a passed ball and to third on a sim
ilar error, but was doubled with O'Neill on
the letter's hit to Baldwin. No runs.
For tho Detrolts, Richardson hit to Robin
son and was put out at first. Qanzel fol.
lowe him by striking out, and Itowo died as
did Riohardson. No runs.
Second Inning For tho Browns, Comiskoy
hit to "White, who lot th'o ball go through
him. Garuthors then hit to Dunlop; who
throw him out at first, Comiskey going to
second. Comiskoy was then thrown out in
an attempt to steal third base. Foutz fol-.
lowed this commotion with a baso hit to right
contro, but Welch forced him out. No runs.
For Detrolts, Thompson hit safoly to left
field, and a wild pitch let him get second and
White's clean Rnfe liner to centre brought
him ncross tho plato. Dunlap hit to Robin,
son, who threw him out, Whito going to sec
ond. Bennett made four strikes, and Bushong
throw to catch Whito at second and failed
and Bennett was safo at first. Hanlon's hit
to right brought Whito homo, and Bennett
stolo second. Baldwin flew out to Foutz and
Bennett scored, but Hanlon was caught bo.
tween second and third. Three runs.
Third Inning For tho Browns, Robinson
got his base on balls. Bushong hit to Bald
win, and was thrown out at first. Robinson,
went to second, but was caught at third
when ho tried to steal tho baso. Latham
ended tho Browns' half by flying out to
Richardson. No runs.
For Detroit,Ri3hardson hit a long fly which
O'Neill caught, and Caruthera caught Gan
zel's. Rowo made a base-hit to centre, and
Thompson advanced him a baso hit to left,
but White flew out to Comiskey. No runs.
Fourth Inning For the Browns.Lyons was
retired on a hit to Baldwin. O'Neill on a hit
to Dunlap and Comiskey on a hit to Rowe.
For Detroit, Dunlap was put out at first.
Bennett flew out to Welch and Robinson's
assist retired Ilanlon. No runs.
Fifth Inning For tho Browns, Caruthen
hit to Dunlap and died at first, but Foutz
made a baso hit over short. Dunlap caught
Wolch's fly, and Welch forced Foutz. No
For Detroit Baldwin's hit to Robinson was
fielded to first. Welch caught Richardson's
fly and Robinson Oanzel's. No runs.
Sixth Inning. For the Browns Rowo's as
sist retired Bushong, White's Latham and
Dunlap put out Lyons. No runs.
For Detroit Welch caught Rowo's fly,
Thompson made a two-bagger, Whito flew
out to Foutz, and Thompson was caught nap.
ping at second. No runs.
Soventh Inning For tho Browns, White's
assist put out O'Neill, but Comiskey mado n
to-baggcr to left. Thompson caught
Caruthcrs'B fly, and Richardson, Foutz's. No
For Detroit, Lyons's assist retired Dunlap
and Welch put out Bennett, Ilanlon mado a
phantom, but was forced by Baldwin, No
Eighth Inning For the Browns, Howe's
assist retired Wcloh. Robinson made
a singla and slow fielding brought
him to second, but Bushong doubled him at
second, flying out to Hanlon. No runs.
For Detroit Riohardson flew out to Lyons,
Qanzel to Welch and Rowe to Latham. No
Ninth Inning. For tho Browns, White's
assist put out Latham and Baldwin Lyons, but
O'Ncil made a home-run by hitting over centre
field fence. Comiskey made a two-bagger to
right, got to third on Caruthers's hit over
second, but Foutz flew out. Ono run,
Baso nits Browns, 8; Detroit, 7.
Errors Browns, 1; Detroit, 2.
United Labor County Convention.
The county Convention of the United Labor
Party will meet to-night In Cooper Union HaU. It
Isexpeoted that a full ticket will be nominated for
oiunty and city offices.
SIXTEEN MEN BURIED.
Death Caused by n Harlem Hchool-llouac
Tho walls of tho Roman Catholio sohool.
houso at Ono Hundred and Fifteenth street,
between First and Pleasant avenuos,
foil this afternoon at 4:80 o'clock, and about
sixteen men wcro injnrod, and ono man
was killed. Tho others wero taken from tho
ruins badly hurt.
Tho building was in tho process of croc
tion. - --
FIRE AT LAKE 01IAUTAUQDA.
Darning of tho Kent Ilonae Narrow Escape
of tho Bervant.
triClAL TO THE EVISIKO WOnlDl
Jamestown, N. Y., Oct. 17. Tho Lake
Viaw Houso, tho Kent Houso and many cot
tages in Lokewood aro on flro and aro burn,
Later despatches from Lakewood say tho
Kent Hcmso is o total ruin. Tho loss is
$130,000, with an insurance of $80,000. It was
tho largest and finest hotel on Lako Chautau
qua and had 800 guests tho past soosou, Tho
Lakevlow Hotel was savod, as woro most of
It appears that at 6.15 o'clock a Bervant
overturned a lamp in the laundry of the Kent
House, and in a few moments tho north
wing of tho vast building was inflames.
The building was a six-story structure,
built of wood, and burned llko tindor, and
tho servants had a narrow escape. A dozen
cottages fronting Lokoview avenuo took Are,
but most of them woro savod by tho bucket
brigades. Tho Lakeview Houso was on flro
a score of times, but tho firemen from James
town BAVCd it.
THOMAS NORKIS'S GALLANT WORK.
lie Rra-ene Four Ilelplea Person From a
Flro In South Htreet.
When fire broko out at 17 South street, at 4
o'olock this moming, Thomas Norrlfl, a
young Englishman, way asloop on tho top
floor of the building. Ho was awakened
by tho crackling of tho flro and
the smell of smoko. Hastily put
ting on some of his clothes, ho rnn down
stairs to tho sleeping room of John Q.
Allport's two daughters and Axtnio Stevens,
'a nurse. He broko open tho door and
shouted " Flro 1" ,It took Norris two min
utes to make tho women understand their
danger. " Even then ho had to take Annie
Stevens on his book and run down two flights
of stairs with her;
Running book, Morris hustled tho other
two out. lliswcrkwas not yot all done, for
In the next room lay tho Janitor
and tho proprietor of tho chandlery
on the ground floor, who has been
for somo weeks confined to bed. His name
is John Q. Allport, and ho weighs ovor two
hundred pounds. With the flames oraokltng
about him Norris helped his heavy burden
to the street, and then took all the rescued
peoplo around to Coonties slip.
The flro spread from 17 South street to 123
and 125 Broad street, where W. W. Wickes
kept a stock of syrups and molasses. Wickes's
loss is estimated at $30,000. Tho building is
damaged to tho amount of $7,000. Sir. All
port's loss at 17 South street amounts to
90,000. Tho loss on tho building is estimated
at $10,000. Several persons who had offices
in the building suffered small losses.
Krnmm'a Trouble Wtth the Police.
The Exclso Commissioners to-day considered tho
question whether or not they should revoke the
license, of Charles Krumm, of Mo. 1R5 Chrystlo
street. on the ground that beer was
sold to Policeman Conway on Sunday,
Bept. il. The manager of the place
ta Charles Krnmm, who has mado several charges
of blackmail against the police. For the defense,
Mrs. Krumm testified that she knew of no beer
being sold. With vast excitement, Krumm testi
fied that Conway got aome welss beer and
then arrested.hlm for having music. "I showed
him the license." continued Krumm, "and he said
"I can't help It: you had better go down and see
the old man.' I aald that tho old man was no
friend of mine. Then the ofllcer drew a revolver
and ran all around tho place, like the coward
The Commissioners reserved decision.
Barrett's Assailant In the Tomb.
Oulsscppe Songabardl, the Italian printer who
shot John Barrett, the policeman's son, while bo
was defending his sister from Insult, was taken to
tho Tombs Police Court this morning by Police
man John HcKealla, of the Oak Street Station.
None of the members of the Uarrett family were
In conrt, and Policeman McNealls made the
necessary afndovlt. Justice O'Reilly commltten
Longabardl to await tho result of llarrett's Injuries,
It was experted that a scene would bo enacted In
court, aa poltceman Thomas Barrett, tho father of
the wounded man, had said that tho Italian would
not live to reach the court.
Jacob Sharp' Appeal.
Argument on Jacob Sharp's appeal Is down on
the Court of Appeals calendar for Wednesday of
this week, but to-day District-Attorney Martlne
said to an Bvenimo World reporter that tho case
would probably go over until aome time next
"The People's casorequlresalittlo moro prepar
ation for proper presentation," he said. "The
exact day for the argument has not been
axed. I expect to confer with Mr. Sharp's counsel
to-day with relerence to a day when tho appeal
may be heard, but If wo are unable to agree 1 trill
have a representative at Albany to move an ad
journment. as a
Regleter Hlevlu Kxonerated.
District-Attorney Marline to-day disposed of the
charges of extortion and neglect of duty mado
against Ileglster James J. Slevln by filing an opin
ion In the Oeneral sessions Court In whloh he atatts
that bla Investigation proves conclusively th.it
" no caae has b:en made out requiring a submis
sion to the Grand Jury, and the application was
Draas Htaopa Sllll Closed.
There waa no change to-day In tho struggle be
tween the Chandelier Manufacturers' Association
and the Brass-Workers' Union. Tho rumor that
the various shops would open this morning proves
to have been without foundation. The Union had
plcketa stationed at each of the shops this morning,
and they all reported that the doors wero still
Prob Hay It Will llo Fair.
Wasuinotok, Oct. 17.
yOs, For attcm JVeto York:
( ( V Wanner, follotctd by
tiff- " J Ol coolerf far weather;
TXmf' ? "3W t0 JA southerly
Y vk- iS 'or Oonneoffeul:
JV""' slightly cooler, fair
weather, followed by
light ralni; light lo freth touthqrbj xcituU shift
ing la southwesterly.
LABOR'S EMPHATIC PROTEST. 9
TO DENOUNCE THE RECENT TOLICE CLUB- ?MM
mm IN UNION SQUARE. 1H
Orgnnlzril Labor to Havo a TilaT Proeesatoa ' riH
and a Ills; Mretltia; This JSvenlnc Ad. 'sH
drrsae Expected Front Kx.tJor. Abbettj H
Thoma C. Flntt nml n United Htntes Hen JfjH
ator A Dig Force of Pollecincu Heady. $
"ftROlTSTINCrProgrest. ' "H
I Jaivo Labor men osd' :&fl
K women, and aa many -tH
(snn--. Ij other citizens as choose. -nflH
?aiiW'v3$w ll to join them, are pro- tV
IvVfinQPrtW poring for a largo denu 'j
nHiWvll-Sll on8tItlontbirrenllC 3H
LLwJH0 ThTt ,n romolBtrano -
ftTmlrT rnrJn against tho intcrfor- $'H
llUU ILL' (J 11 Gnce ' PUco 'with ' v9
GKV IT juUI tho peaceful assom- aH
Pljl s" blago of tho peoplav H
v" Tho Police Depart. H
QCOO op ot?ment, though with JjH
'rJjJp less noiso, is as actively -Hbbbb!
Vjj?preparin8 for the pre. WH
TT ' "ervation of the peace .3j
C-W. of tho meoting. assaaal
1ffU I is oxpeotod that l
nnmmSilTTr f fully 10,000 Progre. H
wJiTlTQ Oil B'TCS w'" marou to the ? IgH
ggmiffiJ9 plaza from tho head- . 'i
VnXC quarters of tho forty-
w'C-wJr5WJ3c Ave labor unions and 'H
Y?J VTlln !' n ur1' doxon Assembly J 'IH
district organization! H
.of the Progressive Labor party. Many of tho !j
organizations will assemblo on corner con- ' -tfH
venlent to Union Squaro, and all tho ,aH
bodies will movo towards tho placo 'SH
of meoting at 7 o'clock, in ao- ';H
cordanoo with tho Instructions of Editor H
Shevitch. who has charge of all tho arrange- H
ments internally of tho Webster Hall party -jH
for peace. ''tiLaai
Bergius Schevitch will preside at tho cot- ' H
tage stand, and thcro will bo several trucks ll
from which addresses will bo mado. Among -'''.gH
the speakers will bo Ool. Richard Hinton, "HI
Prof. Bo Loon, Herbert A. Barker, of AX. ,tH
bony, Progressive Labor candidate for ffeH
Comptroller; Mrs. Col. Hinton and Mme. Do, . mH
Lacluso, from tho cottage Btaud ; Editor r3
Alexandor Jonas, Thomas O'Neill, Edward ,'JM
Goldsmith, the co-operative hatter, and) jH
Charles Sothern will preside on, the ''H
trucks, and Candidates J. Edward Hall,! JfH
Henry Emrich, Thaddeus B. Wakemarii ,SHH
and Raymond F. Barnes will speak' Vta!
thero. Hugh Oreenar, of District Assembly? IttH
4.9, Knights of Labor, Oeorgo E. MoVeaebit '"tjH
Frederick Holler, and Edward King, dede-.-1. fdH
Stcs at largo of the Central Labor Union, r jH
mont Barnes, Edward W. Searing', 0. J.f 'LH
Sweeney. Oeorgo O. Block, and others 'will' -.'pM
also speak. A' Oasaaaal
Ex-Governor Abbott, of New Jersey, ex-. njiH
Senator Thomas O. Piatt and a present r -'siH
United States Senator, whose name is, wkai "'-1M
held, wrote to tho Progressive Labor party! vfliH
Executive Committee expressing their Indigu . ,yM
nation at tho police interference with, Vh
the formor Union Squaro meeting, ana vSoM
offering their voices at to-night's meeting. ''$U
Replies wcro sent to these letters that tiers) '"-SiBB
would bo no speeohes. At last evening's sJhBJ
meeting of tho committeo it was decided to -:'9fll
have gpocches. It is expected that these (jSH
?:ontlemen will be present to-night. v9H
ogothcr with several other citizens no :79jVJ
in sympathy with the Progressives, but who XflH
aro desirous of condemning polico intcrfar-J ,('lfljH
enco with peaoeful gatherings by lending SBjB
their presence to the protesting meeting. aH
Chairman Shevitch has Issued a proelamaw 3H
tion to those who attend the meeting to ba 9H
peaceful, quiet and submissive even under fSl
insult or indignity, and to quickly disperse) tfflfl
at tho first symptom of trouble. Tbs jflH
Central Labor Union's plan of an Internal ;3B
Police Committeo will be followed so far as, H
possible, and one man in icach one hundred, tvlflH
will be provided with a badge Indicating thai IflH
ho is a member of tho Police Committeo. &l
Tho Central Labor Union last evoninej vLH
voted that no flags save the Stars and Stripes! liH
should ho carried by its subordinate organlJ . H
rations in the parado and at the meeting this) .VaaaH
evening, but the Socialists of the Progressive i?3
Labor party declare that they will not be'
dictated to hy anyone or any body in the mt ?i jH
ter, and they will carry the red flag, which .C3alH
signifies to them the bloodkinship of all la.. M
boring men. Tho Oeorge Convention which -VH
will assemble also tbiB evening will bo asked H
to adjourn and toko part in tho demonstrav tfSM
tion, Dut little hope of their compliance Jwlljt, "t-JEbI
the request is expressed by tho Progressiva! ""'B
loaders. , tH
While the Instigators of the meeting aroi f, OH
busy, Supt. Murray is not idle, and be hasl ,-H
mado careful preparations for any emorgenqyii rJaH
Whilo bo says he expects no trouble at all. heV iH
will bo in readiness to meet any trouble that 'mH
may oriBe. There will be five hundred' IH
policemen stationed in Union Square in and, Vj&bbbi
out of uniform, and under tho direct com. 9
maud of Inspector Steers, in whose district 'rlH
tho Square is located, Capts. Reilly, of tho v,sUM
Nineteenth: Clincby. of tho Eighteenth; Car. jfgl
neuter, of the Twentieth, and Allaire, of the ''jSM
Eleventh, uith twenty sergeants, will act M rH
subordinates to Inspector Steers. Sunt. jjH
Murray will be on hand in person, Fivev ilH
hundred other men will be held in reserve at -ataal
tho station, and by tho uso of the patrol' aaH
wagons they can all bo at the place In twenty "sbbbbi
Editor Shevitch and Polico Sunt. Murray H
had an interview on tho subject of the meet. ?jJS
ing when tho former went to Police Head. ' lH
quarters and got a permit for the demonstra. 9
The leaders of the Progressive Labor party flH
say that so far as thoir party is concerned. H
there will be no disturbance nor provocation 'a!
for ono. They have no fear of trouble frora, djH
tho Oeorgo men, but do fear polico interfer. -iaiS
ence. They havo been warned that they will '91
have trouble. r3fl
Among tho organizations that will particu jjsaai
Sate as bodies are the following Labor Unions: H
lachinists' Progressive, United Machinists &
No. 2, Cabinet-Makers No. 3, Look. -jK
smiths and Railing - Makers, Tailors' WM
Progressive No. 1, Furniture-Makers mm
No. 7, Masons No. 11, Surgical In- juH
strutnent Makers, United Frainers. Masons H
Laborers Ko. 1, Independent Clothing Cut. 'H
ters, Walters, No. 1, Independent Millers and, FjBM
Millwrights No. 1, German Coopers No. 1, .
Brewers and Beer Drivers, Bakers No. 1 Tail. 3M
ors Progressive No. 11, Peddlars', Silk, Bib- , jB
borO'eavcrs' Progrcssive.Malstcrs No.l,Qer. ,'JH
man Painters' Carriage and Wagon Makers', &
German Brass Workers', Carpenters' Pro- H
grosisvo, Swiss Embroiderers', Cornioe ana v4gH
Bkylight Makers' and Oigar-makers' Pro.
gressivo unions Nos. 90 and 10, besides the ,.3M
Eighth, Tonth. Fifteenth and Seventeenth, JM
Assembly District Progressive Labor organ- ,VH
air. EIU Harvey Dlscharced. U
Mrs. Ella Harvey, who shot Col. Derolng, was tf9
Anally discharged on her own recoguUanoa In the JB
General Station Court to-day by Jndse Odder- Gmmu
sleeve, because a subpoena could not be'servea 'IMUm
on Demlnc, and It waf thought that a convlotlpst B
couldn't be secured without his testimony, fit AH
had been In the Tomba nearly two months, art JLV
said ahe was sorry ahe was not to be .tried, as - . W
would have liked to testily about OdU psnh g. '.
Herhealth, she says, has been abi4 jf air v.' 'Sm
Itssrlsoninent. " .- -"-B
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