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K5Vi'H TIIE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29," 1887.
IL gATITRDAY, OCTOnKK 20.
Bjjff ' BUBBCBIFTIOX (Intruding Postage),
Ktv TXM JtONTU, 30c; PSR YSAIt, $3.00.
HF OVER 300,000 A DAY!
K OVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK.
K The Laraeat Circulation f Any Newspaper
h, In (he World.
Hh The total number of Woblds printed daring the
H tart week wu 2, 1 83,930, as follows:
Hr, BttiKT. S05,S8O copies.
bi Msea'ay.. ...... 300,000 espies.
K Tuesday... 300,100 eople.
Kl. Wednesday 318,110 copies.
H( 'Tksrsday 308,000 eople.
Hbf Friday,- M 805,480 copies.
Eg Katsrday... 282.10O eople.
Bk$ 'Weekly aad Senl.....t 107,010 copies.
Hr1? Average circulation of Tuk World per da; for
Hp. above week,
Hf" 31 1, 90O CopIOS.
HBp , We, wnote signatures are appended, certify to
K toe correctness of the above statement.
K, O. W. Tuhnxr, Bnalneu Manager.
K$ ; J. Axon Shaw, Caahler.
Hf-t J. O. surra, Foreman Wobld Prcss-Room.
Hg& c. E. Stuart,
Bfi Acting Snpt. Mall and Delivery Sept.
fB ' Edward II. Rankin, Auditor.
asasxRcv fetal. City and Cdrnntr of New YorK, m. t
BsasTaKl ' rmulV appeared before me O. W. Ttraxjn, nail.
xsasxsx& setaManAawi JVAKaCS Hbaw, Cubferi J. O. HHITH,
sasssT foreman Press.Bomit Ouun E. Btbwast, Aetln
BsassTJavs laperintsnduit Mall and DeUrery Department, and
BsasBtx trWAXD H. Baxkin, Auditor, whs,' belna penonally
bxxsbbbVv? known to ma. did append tualr sumatureo to the atate
H apt abore nude and dspoee and nui that It la true
Bjft fwTESk, Oct. 18. 1887.
BsasKSkVi WILLIAM 1. 8B1KXB. OotntntMtoner of Deeds, .
Ef . Cltvand Uonntyof New York.
axxtxn t .
V' ADVERTISING BATES.
K Ordlnarr. 80 eenta par Una. No extra prlea for aa
k., atptabla display. Business or Bpaolal Notloes, oppoelt
Hk, Sdltorlal pat, 50 casta par Una, Raadlnc Ifotleea,
Bfj . Starred or markad "Adrt."i Fin pace, 81.00 par
Kl Hsei Fourth pae, 01.85 per Unai Inalda pace, SI
HE per Una,
B Si ratubr aittrtlil) In Ms Dolly WOULD At nol aji-
KW t1ft4gntmg Uiut. Xer do M ra(. o Mai im
K ayply It M Morning tiltltm.
Hr ' THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE.
Kr' The Brest demonstration nt Cooper Union
Hp Uatnlautwas a vindication of the principle
Blh ItproTodthat the people are not indiffer
. ent to their highest interest, that they are
Hi aofbonnd hy party tlei to bad nomlnatloni,
lp i that they propose to Govern thonnolTra not
HBt to bo bossed.
HjL The aplrlt of the meotlng vu unml
''tekkblo. It meant the continued proteontlon
HK:. of rfcscals, the persistent rebuke of corrnp.
'Hp'''" ilon, the merited reward of cood and faithful
H-' The handwriting on the wall ntDKtinlAt
, zab'b feast was not more intelligible to the
H. terror-stricken rovollors that saw it than
HM tbe Tolce of the Cooper Institute meet
HP Ing to the Bosses and Boodlers of New York.
H, Ohig rale must go.
R. ' ThtlteoHtratton of voters elotes at 9 CelocJt to
Hrr flight. See tritrow name (son the lint.
H-r OVEBBOABD WITH JOHAH.
K&T' Have tLe real captains of the Demooraoy
HEr i lost all vestige of leadership ? ' Are they deaf
Hf and blind to tho gathering storm ?
H.V.;yOpcn your eyes, Oapt. HiwittI Prick tip
&r ffoni oars, Copt. WrmmsT ! There is but one
B?- way to retrieve your stupendous blunder.
p "Withdraw Fzmmti. There is but onopossi
ttfc'' bility of averting disaster. Put Nicoli, in his
Kv " place.
6? Fsixows is a dead weight on tho local
Kv ticket. His presenoo endangers the State
H Democratic ticket as well. It costs an
ominous shadow on the Presidential prospoct.
Bf ' Thus far-reaching is the pernicious offect of a
B' ; scndalously bad nomination.
Hs; PttLowsisthe Jonah of the Domocracy,
L ' local. State and national. Thero ore rocks
Hf fchpftd. Down wkh. tho helm. If you wont
Hr, lo save the ship
HP,f ' Overboard with Jonah.
K'-' A BLa.. ,iMITH WAS HEEDED.
fEy.. It is distressing to learn that theunpartlsan
H action of the Bepubllcans in nominating
Hpp-Kiooui nd Mahthtb was not taken in
HV "wethetio" fashion and that It should have
Hki' been the work of " an' artist and not black.
'HK'v It needed the brawny sinews of a black.
B: '' smith to break the corrupt ring of Bosses
HkL and Boodlers. And the blows of the sledge
Bt' t will continue td resound until that ring of
B' ' bad metal is smashed into smithereens.
HB ' Xou'H hear the anvil chorus on Nov. 8th.
P' TEE PABTT IirTEBEBT.
K. It has long been the misfortune of the
Hk Democratio party in the Btate and nation
H.' that its local Bosses in this city knew nothing
Hg of sad oared nothing for politics outside of
H$ the wards and districts that constitute their
H; realms. .
Hpy -Tho Presidency and the Btate have been
Hp ' lost because of the bad repute or the treach.
W ry of tho rings and plunderers of the me.
HE To-day the Republican stumpers are press.
HH inguponthevotersoftheStatethe contrast of
HHk the Democratio nomination of Pnxows at tho
HHf beck of tho Bosses and tho Republican in-,
HHfc donement of Nicoll in the interest of hon.
HBT ' SOVernmenL If tho issue shall continue
HJe thus joined the Democratio State ticket
HHjjC vill be doomed to defeat.
HH How often must blind leaders of the blind
HHp be taught that the party interest coincides
Hg ' Iritis the public interest?
K MASTERS AHD BEEVAHT8.
HHfe That was a true saying of Euxbt Ahdeb-
HH( BOTA the Cooper Institute last night taking
HEi the wod rulers in its conv entiomtl sense :
HDg' '-KeUowveltlsens, tho ossenco of your
HJE' Mhtr t the right to ehoose your rulers ; tho
HBl isajistto P jiavety is subjection to rulers that
JK m sfcciw fK yos.''
K ,Tly Mpte C New York intend to be their
HK. cTnrT4feo-ooM thlr owneerrauts.
HE ' Tim rsia o am etteeotcd 'o&l oulUvated
BH latrar i bad oii far frewasD ioo
Bfc 0iJ' ", - ?.'.
bad for the hundreds of thousands who have
come to America to cscapo it. Tho rulo of
ignorant and brutal Bosses is intolerable
" Tho law of tho land is tho will of tho
peoplo, and tho will of tho pcoplo should be
the law of tho land."
THE BEAL BESPOHBIBILnT.
A word from Mr. Hewitt. Mr. Whitney
and Mr. Coorm would mako Puppet Poweb
bow to the popular will.
A demand from them would withdraw
Fellows and put Nicoli. in his stead in n
On these real managers, with tho real
power, rests the real responsibility. It is for
them to say whethor the Democratio County
and State tickets shall bo sacrificed for tho
' There can bo no shirking of this responsibility.
A 8HTHIK0 EXAMPLE.
It is not tho least of Judge Lawbenoe's
1 qualifications for the bench that ho rofuses
to pay an assessment of $25,000 to the politi
A candidate who buys his -judgeship is not
fit for tho bench.
One fruit of tho people's revolt against Boss
rule will bo tho abolition of this exorbitant
and pernicious assessment of judges.
Let the other judicial candidates follow tho
shining example of Judge Lawiience.
ThtJttglttraUon ofvoltrt do$rt at 0 o'clock fo
night. See that vour navie U on the Hit.
TEACH THE (HBL8 TO OOOK.
It is a very sensible and practical ido for
tho Board of Education to introduce instruc
tions in cookery into tho girls' grammar
sohools, as nrged by tho committco whioh in
vestigated tho matter.
The poor, especially, would profit by such
instructions. Modern culinary methods per
mit a saving of oxponso, together with a do.
cided improvement of tho food. There is no
good reason why tho poor man's table should
not be quite as tempting as the rioh man's
table, as far as many staple articles are con
cerned. Good cooking underlies hoalth, morals and
happiness. Every young woman should bo
an expert in tho sclentlflo mothods of tho
The ability to prepare a good dinner nt
small cost is quite as useful as a knowledge of
the craters of Popocatepetl or an Intimate
acquaintance; with tho sources of tho Ganges.
Put tho whole girl, as well as tho whole boy,
to school. .
The Registration of vow dotes at 9 o'clock to
night. Bee that vour name is on the list.
A BAD BEOOHD.
Do tho peoplo of Now York want to eloct as
their Distriot-Attorney, at this crisis, a for
mer honchman of Tweed and servant of
If so, they will voto for tho Col. Fellows
who defended Tweed and denounced Tildeh
and O'Coxon at a meeting hold to ratify tho
already detected Boss's most impudent nomi
nation for Senator, in September, 1871, and
who was the King's " silver-tongued "
mouthpiece in tho ensuing Stnto Conven
Is this the man to intrust with tho prose,
rion of Boodlers and Bribers?
FTJTTDja OH THE B0BEW8.
The price of coal is going up all over tho
country. In Chicago and other Westorn cities
it is already outrageously high, and the des
peration of consumors threatens serious coal
riots as winter approaches.
Meanwhile tho miners aro working undor
time and at starvation wages.
Between indignant consumors nnd op
pressed producers stands the Coal Barons'
combination, robbing its victims at both
ends. Strikes but further its sohemes to
limit its supply. It laughs at the protests of
the publlo, and screws the prlco a notoh
Is it not about time for tho peoplo and tho
law to grapple with this infamous conspiracy
to corner a necessity of life ?
Bee the Evnday WonLD for a story tliat will
interest all employers and housekeepers.
now deadly is the gangrono of jealousy I
Two morning journals havo not only been
led by it to abandon their support of the
People's Candidate for Distriot-Attorney,
but also to suppress a' report of tho largest
and most significant political mooting hold
in this city since the downfall of tho Tweed
ring. And they wore once newspapers.
Does Tub Would print the news and all
the news? Well, wo inoline to that opinion.
And so do the peoplo. Just look at its full
report of the big meeting, its startling dis
closures about the cholera, its interview with
Gould and other exclnsives this morning.
The issue of the local election is " between
the best moral sentiment of tho city, regard,
less of party, and tho worst machine eloment,
regardless of principle" When the people
ore arousod the moral sentiment always
What the Cooper Institute moetlng cheered
as the meaning of Nicoll's election that
" the Bosses must go to tho roar and tho
Boodlers muBt ga to the penitentiary."
Jay Gould " does not think the Govern
ment wants to go into tho telegraph busi.
ness." That may dopend upon how the
Westorn Union serves tho public.
The keen blade of Caul Scnunz's Irony
cleaved Boss Powzn's triple mall of brass
from head to heel.
Nicoll is said to bo young, but his majority
will be very pronounced.
It was a big Nicoll meeting last night, but
there will be a bigger one Nor. 8th.
Poweb will soon be powerless,
IHLIi MY, ABROAD.
lie VlalU the City of I'lttabarc nnd Nntiiral
Ilea A Word for Uaa. '
farceur, to the txio wobld. 1
Pirrsnono, Pa,, Oct. 29. Icamo horo last
evening to compote, undor tho auspices of
tho Pittsburg Press Club and Marquis of
Qnecnsbcrry rules, In a kind of natural gas
tournament. I do not brag nor boast, but it
strikes mo that I hold my own for sixty min
Gas hero nprlngs spontaneously from tho
bosom of tho earth, and immediately pro
ceeds to take chargo of tho heating, lighting
and manufacturing business. It is clean,
smells better than tho places whero the
streets have been torn np on Fifth avenuo
this summor, and burns readily when prop
Pittsburg is a busy place, It Is located at
tho point whero tho Alleghany and Monon
gaholn rivers fork. Nature has done much
for Pittsburg. She placed hor In one- of tho
busiest places in America and then gavo her
natural gas. This gas can bo conducted into
a room by means of pipes, and, by an an
toniatlo arrancementrocently perfected, will,
at any hour designated on on alarm clock,
enter your room, scratch a match on its
trousers and light your fire, so that you noed
not got up till tho rfcom is warm.
It cooks evenly, and, assisted by an intelli-
5en eo ofilco, will do almost anything but voto.
llko natural gas. Artificial or assumed gas
dors not please me t but gas that bubbles out
of tho bosom of tho earth and just simply
asks whoro it can got a job is what wo havo
boon looking for.
Artificial gas is superficial. It likes to look
well in company and Heora brilliant and at
tractive in society, but it is false at heart.
It likes to seem refined nnd gentlemanly and
polished and sincere, but rise and assert
yourself and blow it out and soo how quick it
will tnko your life Look tho other way ten
minutes and sro how soon it will slip down
into your cellar and toy with your motor.
But natural gas comes out of the ground,
spits on its hands and asks where there is
anything to do. It then proceeds to do it.
Tho young men of America will do well to
emulate the natural mid untutored gas of
Pittsburg. Do not seok to shine too much
by night or attract attention by Organizing a
gas leak by day. Givo less attention to tho
management of tho meter and moro to tho
matter of ndeqnato Horvico and you will do
woll. Give your best endeavors to tho pro
motion of your employer's interests, no mat
ter what your salnry may may be, breatho
through your noso, look up and pross on.
ward. Bill Nye.
Bee the Sunday Would for a story (lint teiU
nterest all employers and housekeepers.
MRS. LANQTRY WODLD NOT COMB.
She Refneea to Attend Court Because It
Would Make Her III.
Hall & Blandy, a firm of lawyers, got a
$200 judgment against Maurice Barrymoro
for professional servicos many months ago.
When they Sought to execute it
they found that Maurice had craft
ily hidden his assets. They brought
supplementary proceedings in the
City Court to compel him to toll whero his
assets were. Mme. Lily Langtry, in whose
company he is leading man, was subpoenaed
to come to court at 10 o'clock this morning
and tell how much she paid him a month.
The Lily didn't seo fit to appear in court,
so she sent Abe Hummol with a physician's
certificate that litigntion would make
her ill. The chances are that tho
great amount of ' fresh paint that
was spread all over tho court-room
would have made her ill anyway.
Judgo Ehrlioh listened solomnly to
the reading of the physician's certifi
cate and adjourned the case until
two weeks from Tuesday. Maurice Barry,
more walked gleefully out of court, care
fully concealing all tho assets ho had with
him from Messrs. Hall Blandy's soarching
FIGS AND THISTLES.
A Poland-CDlna hog In McDonough County, 111. ,
has Just won a bet of $M for Its owner by eating
thirty quail In thirty consecntlve days,
Valopak, tho universal language, promises to
become the popular fad In Chicago. Browning la
already being relegated to tho dusty top shelves In
Mlaa Mary Booth, editor of Harper's Bazar, Is
one of tho moat accomplished Fronoh scholars In
the country, yer translations from the French
nnmber nearly forty volumes.
A lady In Staunton, Va, , has given birth to a
child that weighs only one pound, but la well
formed and healthy. The parents aro largo, well
proportioned people, and their other children wero
of normal alio, at birth.
Citizens of Fort Wayne, Ind. , oelebrated last
Saturday tho anniversary of the completion of the
fort which Mad Anthony Wayno erected on tho
site of tho town in the year following (Jen. Har
rison's rout thero by tho Indiana In 1T90.
In some water plants reoently sent htm from
Florida, Hugo Mulert, of Cincinnati, discovered a
fish of gorgeous colore unknown to scientists. The
Natural History Society of Boaton, to which It was
sent, has named it ltnblrpodas Mulertll.
When Sheldon Barclay.ot Leota Landing, Miss. ,
opened the door of his smoke-house one morning
aat week, an ominous rattle startled him and an
Inatant later a big rattlesnake Jumped oat, missing
him by a hair's breadth. He killed the snake.
Mr. B. L. Milam, of Waterford, Mlaa., has a
madatone which was brought from China In 1810,
and which has since been used In l.SSO cases of
xiltea by snakes, spiders and mad dogs. In not a
single Instance has the stone failed to effect a cure.
The Inscriptions on the coinage of Belgium have
hitherto been in French, the aniclal language, but
on the coins moat recently struok the Flemish lan
guage la naed. This is held to be another straw
showing tho decadence of French supremacy In
Pierre Bontemps, a laborer of Agen, In France,
fell Into a drunken aleep one afternoon, and when
he awoke felt as If he had been bitten by a thou
sand mosquitoes, ne had been tattooed from head
to foot with horrible pictures, which he has slnco
been unable to obliterate.
aeorgo Helm, of Sidney, 111., waa nearly smoth
ered by the grain In hla elevator and when reaoued
was unconscious. He saya that after a few mo
ments of Intense pain ho seemed to fall asleep
with delightful dreams, and he thinks It wonld bo
plcaaant to die that way.
Mrs. Kllia Putnam Ueaton, tho well-known
newspaper writer, la barely five feet tall and ao
youthful looking that ahe la freely taken for a very
young gltL A correspondent relates that her
butcher boy not long ago Invited her to go slating,
"II her mother didn't object."
Sherman Thurston, of Fremont, Neb,, who died
in Chicago the other day, la aald to have been ono
of the most fearleaa men that ever lived. He was
alxty-four years old, straight aa au'arrow; and,
although he had been In hundreds of fights, no
man could aay that he bad ever been whipped.
, The Czar of All Ibe ltutlaa.
Ifron (A l'oi,r Oat, lit.
Tho Czar, by repute. Is a cynical chap,
By nature esteemed melancholic.
And when he dona mirth for a purpose, mayhap,
H'en hla laugh la a little Czar-donlc
It la Doomed If Not Clmnared.
No wonder the ' bosses and boodlers" are
alarmed. The alguj all point to the doom of their
WITHIN NEW YORK PRECINCTS.
Qtinrtered nt tho Murray Hill Is Bishop W.
D. Walker, of Dakota.
8. J. Tilden, jr of Now Lebanon, Is a
guest nt tho Windsor Hotel,
Stny vesant Lo ltoy nnd wlfo, prominent in
Nowport society, are at tho Everett House.
Hupt. Geo. Llndonberger, of tho Louisvillo
Transfer Company, is quartered at the Ori
ental, Congressman Bonjamin Dran, of Boston,
is among the recently registered guests of
John M. Francis, of Troy, ex-Unitcd States
Minister to Austria, is at tho Gilsoy House
with his wife.
Edwin B.Haskell, who has just disposed of
his interest in tho Boston Herald, puts up at
Recently arrived at tho Windsor i Judgo
Goorgo 0. Greene, of Buffalo, and Jacob
Rogers, of Lowell, Mass.
Mayor Beangrond, of Montreal, Is a Rttcst
at tho Brunswick, as is also Michael H. Do
Young, of San Francisco.
Registered at the Hotel Normandio nro
Paymaster Geo. H. Reed, of tho Navy, and
Prof. John Meigs, of Pottstown, Pa,
The autograph 'signature of A. doFon
blanque, British Consul nt New Orleans,
illuminates the Bturtcvant House register.
Dr. J. M. Wlotlng, of Syracuse, proprietor
of one of tho handsomest theatres In the State
outsido New York City, is at the Gilsoy
Bishop Samuel B. Harris, of Detroit, and
Gen. John G. Parko, of Wost Point Military
Academy, aro among tho guests of the Now
Frauloin Kitty Borgor, tho zither soloist,
.roturnod yesterday from a visit to Adelina
Patti at lier castle. Craig.y-Nos, Wales, and
has taken rooms at the Victoria.
Tho Rev. Dr. A. T. Porter, of Charleston,
S. 0., and 0. H. Wolnole, of England) A. P.
Wilson-Moore, Capo Town, South Africa, and
Lieut. W, H. Keotlor, U. S, N., aro rocently
arrived guests at tho Albemarle,
Republican politicians drift to tho Fifth
Avonue Hotel as naturally as ducks tako
to water. Senator W. P. Fryo, of Maino,
Frank Hiscock, of Now York, nnd ex-Gover-nor
Edward F. Noycs, of Ohio, aro recent
arrivals at that hostelry.
Ex-Senator Georgo Rnincs, of Rochester,
who was long known as " Golden Stairs "
Raines after his groat oratorical effort in tho
Democratio Convention at Hyracusn in 1879,
to be near tho State Committee of his party,
' lodges at tho Hoffman House
With other of tho recent orrivnls at tho St,
James Hotel are : B. C. Stophrnson, respons
ible for tho comlo opera " DolWlhy," soon to
bo produced at the Standard TEeatro: Alfred
Collier, leader and composer; U. J. Leslio,
the London theatrical manager; Sir Francis
Denys, of the British legation in Mexico;
Paymaster A. W. Bacon, of tho United States
Navy, nnd P. H. Mays, tho wealthy tobacco
dealer of Richmond.
WAS FATHER BRENNAN JOKING?
What r Friend of the Newark Priest Says
About the MeGlynn Caae.
ISPIOIAL TO TBX EVKHIHO W0BLD.1
Newauk, Oct. 28. Tho denial of Dr.
MeGlynn of tho reported sUt n.-.nt of
Father Brennan, of this city, at Pittsburg,
to tho offect that MeGlynn was going back
on Honry George and wonld return to the
Catholio Church, has caused a big sensation
hero. The Rev. Brennan is one of tho curates
in St. James's Churoh, in this city. He is at
present out of town, having gone to Chicago
to attend the consecration of Bishop Burke
as missionary bishop. A telegram was re
ceived at the parochial residence this morn
ing from Father Brennnn, stating that ho
had been interviewed at Pittsburg by a re
porter, who insisted upon it that he was a
bishop and would not bo. convincod to tho
contrary. In response to the reporter's ques
tions ho had given him his views upon a num
ber of questions. Ho did not mention having
spoken to the 'oportor on the MeGlynn mat
ter, and Fathor Cody, tho pastor of the
chureh, sold he did not believo that Fathor
Brennan had made any such remarks in re
cord to Dr. McGlvun as ho is credited with
making. A gentleman who knows Father
Brennan says :
" Father Bronnon is away nnd dearly loves
a practical joko. and it is possible thai whon
the reporter insisted upon his being a bishop
ho fooled him to tho top of his boift, but I do
not boliove he ever made any such remarks
ns lo is credited with making about Mo.
Glynn. If ho said anything at nil it was by
way of n joke and with the idea that it
would be taken in that way."
HE FIXED I)r HIS BANK BOOK.
How an Ingenious Phlladelphlnn Swindled a
Woman Out o(88.
tsrxctAL to tuk (vxarxa would.
Philadelphia, Oct. 29. About a month
ago Frank Von Fostor went to the Philadel
phia Saving Fund, at Sovonth and Walnut
streets, and deposited 91 Ho took his do
posit book, changed tho figure ono to cloven,
nnd added a lot of numbers to it, to show
that ho had $60 deposltod in tho bank.
Armed with the book ho went to Mrs.
Faustina 0. Wicker, of 811 South Seventh
street, and modestly requested the loan of
$ 3 for a few days. Ho showed her tho book
with n deposit of $60 to his credit, and of
fered to leavo her the book for security.
Mrs. Wickor loaned tho money nnd found
that sho had been swindlod. Von Foster
was arrested and held in $800 on tho chargo
It will Sweep the City.
fYen Ms tltraM, Oil. 39, Fron A JltraU, Ott. C.l
Mr. Power, at tho pres
ent wrltlngyon are In the
dangerous position of the
man who hesitates. Yon
cannot be In too much
O haste to assure the publlo
that It the call Is for
Nicoll, then1 Xicolt it shall
be. There is a good deal
oexcHement in the com
munltv, and it is grow
O Ing every day. It Is so
great that If an indepen
dent ticket were put out
tcith Kicollon U, it would
carry this city. If we
q have political organiza
tions, however, they
should yield to the publlo
pressure and be glad of
an opportunity to show
that they are willing and
O ready to give the people
what they want. It they
are not willing, why, we
need only say that here
after all baggage ttitlba
at the risk atAe owner.
Hulllvan and Fellow.
John L. la on the raging seas,
John It. remains behind;
John L. , he pulls a friendly breeze,
John It. can't raise the wind.
When John L. ' ' atrlkes " a man, It's apt
To spoil thatttellow'a looks;
When John It. "strikes "his victims, he
Despoils their pocketbooks.
John L. will safely come to land
In port about a week;
And shortly after that John It.
Will Journey up Bait Creek,
n. r. p.
Blaora of (Siberian Uxllo.
IFron IA. Elnshatlon VtpuHlcan,
A llusslan woman haa been sent to Siberia for
marrying sixteen husbands, remaps our fair
readers do not appreciate the suffering that such
banishment Jmpilea. There u not a single mil
liner store la all Siberia,
TO ADVANCE CABLE RATES.
A WESTERN UNION DIRECTOR SAYS IT MUST
The Kanaow and Texas Illfllculllra Have a
Ilrmorallzfoa; HflTect on Mould "Fancies"
The Atrhlaon Vntera the Mouthwestern
Nratem Tusnle nnd Will Flht Hard at
Low Itatra Hm prising- Hurplua Iteeerve.
y'f-km ft f) the black eye received
C AJt) "V" l v sit yesterday in tho shapo
l ?J! Ji fob ' n6 nPpHvtttion for
( 'SifeSi vll ft tecclr r Hunt
v?2sWifc sMl Eton's Chesapeake
SjsjJ?'?! Ohio, and the bod
trGj2 break In Gould's Kan
gT A "Sk bos & Texas securities,
$ff yfv'lk the bulls presented a
r'A ia' ' vtvN Pretty bold front whon
TfmrLAij they faced their ad vor
Iw rlVi !i I Bar'08 on 'Chongo this
JJS Y A n ) morning. Although
rSjTln I' l4- hey did not exactly
A' ul 11 PrrT Jii como up smiling they
I h Plnlty & fought with Bufilolont
vigor to prevent are-
allzatlon of tho doloful predictions mado by
Prlcos advanced at first instead of tumbling,
and although tho market sold off later
tho decline was merely fractional. London
quotations camo lower, but tho selling for
forolgn account was by no means hoavy. The
bulls in Roadlng did heroio work and to
their efforts as much as anything else can be
attributed tho comparatively slight depres
sion. Of course thero is very little desire to buv
tho Gould fancies and evon Missouri Faciflo
is shunned in view of tho talk of roceiver
ships and the tusslo tho Southwestern sys
tem is having with the Atchison. This rood is
opparontly in tho fight to stay and means to
got t radio evon if it lias to mako low rates to
accomplish its purpose.
Diroctor Hopkins, of tho K. T., says thero
Is no " immediato " dangor of a receivership.
Ho further says; "So long as tho roads
maintain rates thoy will get along
all right." But this is exactly what thoy nro
not doing, nnd henco thero is no telling whnt
will become of the K. T.
A director of tho Westorn Union is author
ity for tho statement that an advance in cable
tolls will soon be mado.
Tho Ohesapcako & Ohio Company an
nounces that the interest on tho assented is
will bo paid on Nov. 1.
The railroad war in tho Northwest evident
ly had but littlo influence on tho gross earn
ings of tho St. Paul ic Omaha road for Sep
tember, whioh aggregated $702,188, a gain of
Imports nt the port of Now York for the
week, $9,468,406, of whioh $1,932,884 were
dry goods and $7,636,622 genoral merchan
dise. imt DANK STATEMENT BOEPItlBE.
Shortly before 12 o'clock tho bank figures
como out, showing a heavy ad
dition to tho surplus resorve.
On this tho bulls whooped things up and
pretty much everything on the list closed
higher than on yesterday.
The statomont was a surprise, tho Treasury
onerations during the week having just
about counterbalanced the afflux ofcurrency
to the interior. Tho following are
tho changes: Loans decrease, $838,600;
specio increaso, $1,993,900.; legal ten
ders increase, $824,200; deposits in
crease, $876,600, and circulation de.
crease $101,100. The banks now hold
$11,962,160 above lawful requirements, tho
largest amount for a long time past.
0n. JTtQh. L.Clottnq.
Canada Southern 03W M ilk CVi
SarsiSauW:::-.! J T
Uhloup 4 Northveitcra. 1MK 107 I06V loiVC
OhlorNorthwe.tpfd M9,'J ISOJtf JS9JJ IsSS
owe. mu. i fit. Km.. ,7i2 7iy nil ivi
Ohio., Kook Is. A PaolSo M 111 111 ll
..-f L ii i.i- n.i nut' A, outs QMS
Oolor.doCoiii Iron 33 S3 81 W
Oonaoiidataq Ou 71 74 7SM 73
Bat., L.ck.i Western 113K 100i 119K lWJ
elawira Hudson 10l 100K 100 J0OU
IMnoUCeutral 117'? W'l llTjj UTH
Ind., Dloora 4 Western 13 13 13 13
Loulirilla 4 NaahrUle 67 J 67 'f B7U mi
Uka Erie 4 Westarn pfd 4l)j 44U 43fJ 44U
Miohican Central SJU S5', 85U 893
MlMounP.oiflo mQ ml mil MV
Missouri. Kmui 4 Texas IK'l lag 18 lftlj
New Jereej Central ' 71 73 71M W,i
New York Central,...,.... 106 100 lOJjJlOS
New York 4 Now England MH 39'i ' S9'f
N. Y.. Like Erie 4 Western.. 21 'J7 2BH 27J
Norfolk 4 WMteratfd 8-1 39 3ri 39
Northern Paoltlo pfd... 4S1 43 43j 48X
Oregon lUllwtr 4 Narlgatlon. 87 . 87 H7 87
Oreaon Transcontinental 17 17' 17X 17V
PaollioMall 35 35V 81 35lJ
Philadelphia 4 Ile.dlna...,,.. CH! f'J,'I CI 61M
Veorla, Deoatur 4 ETsniTlUe. 10& 10 1UV 101
Pullman Palace Car Co 14 HHX UaQ liHtf
Richmond 4 West Point Ter.. 23 'J3'( 33 2J&
St. Paul 4 Omaha... 87 37 37 37
St. Paul, Minn. 4 Manitoba., lODe 103 1W( 103
St. Lnuls4Htn Frmnoisoo ..... Mi 34tf 34 34
St. Louis 4San Fran. pfd.. 68 W 6HVf CSV 6W
Texas PaclHo.,.,.. 33 33 S'ljJ 3jSJ
Tennenaee Coal i Iron 24V 24V 242 2U
Union PaeiBo.. , 45j 4SH ? 402
Western UnlonTeletraph 77$ VH 77 1H
Wheeling 4 Lake Erie 42 42 43 11
Tlpa From the Evening World'a " Ticker.
That Interest on tho Chesapeake and Ohio bonds
Is announced to be paid Nov, 1.
All to-day's reports of railroad earnings show
marked increase over the records of lost year.
Ches. ic Ohio Berles "B" bonds have dropped
from Ofltf to 09, and currency cs from 1T to 16.
It is stated to-day authoritatively that Reading's
reorganization is complete, and that within sixty
days the present receivership will terminate.
It is reported this morning that Missouri raclflo
for eight months this year has earned eight,
twelfths of Its nxed charges, eight-twelfths of Its
dividends and 1500,000 besides.
The Board of Dlreotors of the Pennsylvania
Railroad company will meet on Tuesday next to
declare a semi-annual dividend. The street
rather anticipates an Increase.
It is reported on the street this morning that the
stockholders of the Salem Railroad have agreed to
accept the proposltlouot the West Jersey ltallroad
Company for a consolidation with that system.
A prominent bear says to-day that yesterday's
drop was unexpected even to the bear faction, and
argues a potent Influence at work somewhere In
the market unknown to the majority of both
"longs" and "ahorta."
Mr. A. L. nopklns, a K. T. director, says this
morning that there la no danger of a receivership;
that the company haa no floating debt, and the
December coupon will be paid. Mr. Hop Vina con
cludes, however, by saying that It Is foolish for
any one to say what the outcome of the fierce com
petition between the roads will be.
The appointment of a receiver for Chesapeake A
Ohio Is not generally regarded aa an event of par
ticular market slgnlflcance, as Its condition has
been deplorably weak for many years. A
prominent trader on change thla morning de
scribes the property da follows: "it starts no
where, goes nowhere and has never amounted to
Cheered Ilecause He Filled the Aisle.
The County Democracy Convention waa ram.
bllng through its business In a hsppy, peaceful
way In Cooper Union the other evening, when
fourteen men who stood at the outer end
of the .main aisle shoved far apart from
one another to let a great man pass through.
It was Editor Tom Costlgan, of the CUv Record.
Ho waa on hla way to the chairman's
desk on business of importance. Ills elbows
brushed the seats on either side aa he majestically
progressed. Four men could not have encom
passed hla girth. Aa soon aa the crowd saw him
every man In It began to cheer with all hla might.
The uproar conlluued without Interruption until
Tom aank into a seat on the platform.
" You ought to be a proud man," a friend after
ward said to him. "The boys cheered you wltH
more enthusiasm than they did any of the speak
ers. "Proudt Not a bit of It," said poor Tom,
sadly, "They only cheered for fun, because
they had never seen before a man who could All a
whole lalo In thla big hall. "
Printers Ilrturulaai to Work,
A number of the striking printers returned to
work this morning In the various offices, ano? It Is
believed that by Monday all hands will be sgaln at
their casta. The strike has been a very expensive
ono to both sides. Work haa been ao long delayed
I that extra forces of compositors will be rca.uirea
m all the Urge offlccv
WHEAT CROP IN THE NORTHWEST.
The Total Yield In Minnesota nnd Dakota
Will be About 80,000,000 Huahela.
triCUI, TO TBX XVXItIRO WOBLI1.1
St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 29. Tho Pioneer
Press prints tho following: Tlio wheat crop
in Minnesota and Dakota has been a subject
of much speculation. An estimate of tho
crop, based on reports from correspondents
in ovory wheat-growing county in tho Stato
and Territory, is therefore given to-day. In
May last an estimate of the crop, based on
reports from tho samo correspondents, gave
the total as 85,000,000 and 90,000,000. Tho
bases of the acreage for Minnesota are tho
figures furnished by II. Stockenstrom, As
sistant Secretary of State and Statistician,
whoso report Is made up from assessors' ro
ports. There is no doubt' that theso reports
are under the mark this year.
The average yield per aero in this Stato on
the present crop is twelve and one-half bush
els, which, on 8,048,000 acros (Mr. Stocken
strom's report), would yield 88,085,000 bush
els. In Dakota, until the present year, thero
has been no moans of obtaining official fig
ures on acreage. Tho Pioneer-Press has ro
lled on its own figures for several years, and
has found them to bo, in tho main, correct.
The increaso in acreago this year is about
four hundred thousand, making a total of
3,076,000. Tho average yield per acre is fif
teen and ono-half bushels, making tho total
crop 47,662,000. This means a total crop
for Minnesota and Dakota of 86,747,000, or
86,000,000 In round numbers.
Tho present crop of Minnesota Is 8,710,000
bushols less than the crop of 1886, reported
by tho Stato Department, and about 4,000,000
less than tho amount given by the Washing
ton Bureau. Tho amount held by tho farm
ers at tho beginning of the present crop
year, while very difficult to estimate, prob
ably did not exceed 2,000,000 bushels. Thero
was in store in Minneapolis, St. Paul and
Dulnth Aug. 1 5,800,000 more, which, added
to tho crop of 80,000,000, makes n total of
93,800,000, or 94,000,000 in round numbers, as
tho avallablo resources for all purposes.
The Minneapolis mills will need 80,000,000
bushels boforo tho next crop.
RECEPTION TO GEN. HAWLBY.
Honoring the Henatqr and Ills Afrlanced
Bride, Kllse Horner.
tSrXCIAL TO TUK XVXXXSQ WOBLD.
PmLADBLPniA, Oct. 29. A brilliant recep
tion was given last night in honor of Gen.
Joseph R. Hawloy and his affianced brido,
Miss Edith O. Hornor, by Mr. and Mrs. H.
Clay Trumbull, at thoir residenco, 4103 Wal
nut streot. Mr. Trumbull is chaplain-in-chief
of the Military Order of tho Loyal
Legion, and Gen. Hawloy is third officer, tho
first and seoond officers boing Gen. Sheridan
and ex-President Hayes. Chaplain Trum
bull nnd Gen. Hawloy have been warm
friends ever since they stumped the Stato of
Vermont together thirty-one years ago.
The house was brilliantly illuminated, and
thefloral decorations which adorned the en
trances to the rooms the chandeliers and
arimson draperies were rioh and beautiful.
Suspended from tho damask curtains in tho
front of the parlor and surrounded by a floral
wreath, were two large letters, " H. H.," tho
first being of red carnations, with the
shoulder-strap of a brigadier-general, made
of the same flowers in blue and white for the
centrepiece, while the second was made of
blue violets, with the emblems of the Royal
Order of the Red Cross in the centre of It,
the degree having been conferred upon Miss
Hornor by Queen Victoria.
KITTI nURST NEVER WAS A BELIE.
She Will Bo ArralsTued at Concord, 01aaw.(
To-Morrow for Hera Stealing.
tsncxAi) to tex xyxinxa wobld.
Conoobd, Mass., Oct. 29. Kitty Hurst,
formerly of New York, sits by the cosy fire
side at tho Town Farm this morning. A rare
exotio might wither if transplanted in a
foreign soil, but this modem Becky blooms
as bright and healthful as if sho wore mistress
of the $6,000 house in Melrose Highlands,
which she bought without a cent in her
" Is it true that you were over a society
belle in New York," asked The Evenino
" Do I look it ? " she replied. " To bo sure
I havo always moved in good society, but I
cannot say .that I have ever been a society
belle. I aid inquire concerning apartments
at the Fifth Avenue, New York," sho wont
on, " but I no vor lived there in grand stylo
or any stylo."
Kitty will bo arraigned in the Concord
Court Monday, charged with horse-stealing.
Will Gov. Sawyer Sim that BUI f
SPXCIAL TO TUX XVXNIXO WOULD. 1
Concoud. N. II., Oct. 29. The bill ratifying tho
lease of the Manchester and Lawrence to the Bos
ton and Maine and that authorizing the Boston
and Maine to guarantee the rental of the Northern
to the Boston and Lowell were sent to tho Govei
nor yesterday, who signed the former bill, but
up to the time of his leaving on the 8. 35
train yesterday afternoon he had not. affixed hla
signature to the latter, several parties In Interest
In the bill allowing the Boston and Main to guar
antee the lease of the Northern to the Boston and
Lowell were heard by Gov. Sawyer this morning.
John miner Uad Too Many Wives.
arxoiAL to mx evkhinq wobld,
Saratoga, N, Y., Oct. 29. John Miner, aged
seventy-one, pleaded guilty to a charge of bigamy
at the Washington County Circuit Court held at
Sandy Hill yesterday and was sentenced to Danne
mora Prison for two years. Miner left his wlfo
and several children. Later he married a Platts
burg woman. Several children was the result of
this nnlon. A few years ago he married again at
Putnam, Washington County, bnt never lived
with wife No., 8. Miner Is said to have two more
wives, one living at Boaton Corners, in this Bute,
and another at Troy.
Newport and Mr. Morton's Gift.
srxoxAL to tbx xvxHrna wobld.
Nxwtobt, K. L, Oct. 29. About two years ago
Hon, L. P. Morton presented the city with a bean,
tlful tract of land, containing thirteen and one
half acres, for a publlo park. No steps have here,
tofore been taken for Its Improvement, but the
City Engineer haa now prepared plans for expend.
Ing $5.ooo tor laying out carriage drives and foot
paths In the park, also dredging of the pond. The
natural beauties of the tract, which Include hills,
rocks, glen, water and a grove, will be retained.
Cnpt. DeWlnter's Bravery Rewarded.
SrXCIAL TO TBX XVXRIX WOBLDj
Rocxlamd, Me. , Oct. 28. A handsome sliver
medal has been received at the Custom-House In
this city from the Government of Sweden and
Norway, for Capt. John De Winter, of the bark W.
B. Flint, for the rescue of the crew of the Nor.
wcglau bark Roseland, In August, 1S88. Capt Do
Winter was commander of the bark John R. Stan,
hope, of this city at that time.
Circumventing the Maine TJqnor Law,
(SrZOIAL TO THE xvxmimo wobld,
Auqcsta, Me., Oct. 29. An eminent Augusta
attorney, who has made diligent Inquiry In regard
to the matter, says nearly, it not quite all the
liquor dealers In the Btate have taken out their
licenses In flctltlous names, thereby evading the
State :w making the payment of s liquor dealer's
special tax prima facie evidence In prosecutions
for violation of ike prohibitory law.
Iloodler McGarlfle Hold to be In Manitoba.
IsrxciAL TO TUX XVZMIXa WOULD. I
WiMNirio, Man!, Oct. 29. A report Is in circu
lation here that McOarlgle la In this city. A roan
answering his description arrived here Tuesday
evening and went to the Central Foltce Office, but
no information can bo obtained there as to his
"Grandpa Fisher" I Dead.
(sriciAL TO TUX XVXXUfO wobld.
Sandwich, Mass., Oct. 29. Capt. Stanton
Fisher, of Cedar Swamp, widely known as
" Grandpa Fisher," who figured so prominently
in Bally Pratt McLean's novel entitled " Cape Cod
Folks," u dead at the advanced age of tdnoty-one
PRICE OF FUEL GOING UP. j
THE CONSPIRACY OP THE COAL BARONS J
TIGHTENING SCREWS ON THRTOOR. '
Dllnrra Working nt Starvation Waxes nnd fc"
the Men who Own the Mines Several j
Weeks Behind on Their Order All Salea I
Mnde Now on an Advance for Next 1
Month's Price Prospects In this City. j
Philadelphia, Oct. 29.
n i flaaxBBBBjHE increasing scarcity
vL I l of cool, caused by tho
jV jv D strike in the Lehigh
I wjrJrSv II auother advance in tho
pjwW-Sj B I prices by the Reading
r9ikr-""lM yCoal and Iron Com-fjyt-gLy
pony. Foe some tlmo
'WwiipEJ' dealors in Lehigh qoal
yviS1'. V in this city have been
I Bsx" 1 unoblo to obtain coal ,
"jrt. j J from the Lehigh re.
5pfr J (Hon, and hove hod to
s-JiigiJ, "" order from the Read.
mEqJ t Aj- s This extra demand,
Wi RoN; in addition to the regu-LtTfaTfWJx-.'iWlftr
business Of the
Reading, coming besides at a time of
tho year when tho coal companies
aro the busiest, has been more than '
the Reading could supply at ruling prices,
and has caused prices to bo advanced from
time to tlmo, Tho Reading is now soveral
weeks bohind its orders, and has given notice
that it will tako no moro except at an ad
vance of 25 cents per ton over present prices. ,
to go into effect Nov. 1, for tho city and
lino trade. For more than a week past all
orders have been mado subject to next
Tho movement of coal has boon heavy
enough to tax tho motivo power on tho Read
ing's linos to tho utmost to haul the coal
to market. The prices to dealers at tho
mines, exclusive of freight, are $3 for egg,
stove, small stovo and chestnut, and $2.85
for broken coal.
THOUSANDS OP MINEB8 IDLE.
Meanwhile all is desolation in the Lehigh
region, whero thousands of miners are out of
work. In Hazleton groups of men nro hnng-j
ing about the street corners ; tho s' ros aro
open, but without customers ; people walk
along tho streets with n listless
air and slow tread; commercial men
visit the town only to fly from it.
For nearly two months tho great output of
Lehigh coal has ceased to rumblo over tha
iron-shod highways in miles of loaded cars,
and Instead tho production in this valley and
in the Schuylkill region has been stimulated
to moke up. the difference The
miners are deprived of' living;
wages amounting to over $30,000 a day:
the mine operators are also finding out that
it is a costly strike They havo already
burned up about $76,000 worth of coal for
pumping, spent about $26,000 for wages of
engineors, firemen and pumpmen, and main,
tained nearly 200 mules in Idleness at a cost
of about $16,000. These are large figures,
and If to them bo added the operators' loss of
profits and of trode which cannot bo esti
mated even approximately, the figures be
come larger still.
THE) BOSSES WON'T OrVE IN.
The worst of it is, thero seems to be no
prospect of a settlement. Tho Lehigh oper
ators declare that they will not yield to tho
men. oven if no work were done for years.
On the other hand the men declare that they
will never return to work at the old rate.
Meanwhile complaints are pouring into the
headquarters of coal combinations from all
parts of the country east of the Rocky Moun
tains about the scarcity of coal. New Eng
land is clamoring for ft, though the retailers
ore asking from $8 to $6 a ton more than has
been charged for ten years.
Even highor prices obtain out West, and.
the coal barons, with the powerful aid of tho
railroads, are shrewd enough to rush all the
anthracite coal they can in that direction s
before navigation closes. New York and tho
East is the sufferer by those tactics. Retail
ors in the coal trade here anticipate great in
convenience for tho riqh nnd actual suffering
to the poor beforo tho winter is well begun. .
'While the sentiment among the coal trado
of this city is-generally adverso to any in
creaso in prices, the action of the Reading
Railroad in raising the price 25 cents, to
gether with the small supply on Tiand and
tho labor troubles, seems to dealers to point
to on advance.
Mr. E. P. Campbell, Trafflo Manager of
the Erie Rallwny, said to-day: "Coal'ia
very scarco and retail dealers aro getting
what they can for it."
Inquiry ut the office of the Communipaw
Coal Company, of Whitney & Kenmoro, and
of other wnolesale and retail dealers, showed
that there would be no surprise if the price
of coal was raised from 25 to 60 cents per ton. .
See the Sunday Wobld for NeUle Bly1! erjp.
rfenee in JVeto York employment bureaus.
Very Young, Very Vat and Very Lively.
arxoiAL to tbx xvxxrao wobld.
Bostoh, Oct. 2. At T Wallace court, Charles
town, la an interesting young lady on a visit with,
her parents from her native place, White Bay,
Honing Point, N. F. Her name Is Margare.
Blanchard. She Is destined to make a reputation
in the world. She is nearly five years old and
weighs 170 pounds; her waist measures forty-eight
inches and ner stockings are as big as ten-cent
salt bags. Her height la about Ave feet. She de
veloped so fast In early infancy that before she
waa five months old she sat at the table , and ate
the same food as grown-up folks. Her soperflgoua)
adipose tissue does not seem to trouble ner, lor
she is as lively as a cricket.
No Whiskers on TJef Erlckaona' Statne.
srxoiAL to tbx xveuxbo wobld.
Bostoh, Oct. 9. Anne Whitney's statne ot
Lief Brickson, the Norse explorer who preceded
the great Genoese, will be dedicated to-day. It
stands at tho entrance to Back Bay, diagonally
across Commonwealth avenue and Westchester
Park, near Gov. Ames's palace. It Is in bronze,
of heroio size, and represents a man strong and
well favored, vigorous of limb, yet not destitute,
of mental and moral force. A smaU steel cap sur
mounts his flowing locks, thrown backward front
the line brow. The face is beardless.
To Move Herse-Cors By Steam.
SrXCIAL TO TBX xvxbuio wobld.J
Boston, Oct. 29. The Fearaon Motor, neir
and Ingenious, application of steam power for moy.
Ing street cars with absolutely no noise, smoke or
steam, as It is confidently expected, Is the inven
tion of Mr. W. K. Pearson, a practloal mechanj.
cal engineer, and Is the fruit of six years hard toll
and Btudy. The plans of the inventor have now
been perfected, and the motor haa been applied tp
an ordinary street car of the box pattern, which,
win be publicly tried next week ou the Lynn and
Boston Horse ltallroad.
Imposed Upon by a Cruel Joke.
ISrXCIAL TO THE XVXBIHO WOBLD. 1
Halifax, N. a, Oct. 2.-On Thursday WM
lam Walker, employed with Jordan, Marsh Oft,
of Boston, received a despatch, signed "Lanra,"
Btatlng that his father was dead. He Immediately
came home, over coo miles, accompanied by his
married alstor, to attend the funeral, only to find
himself tho victim of a cruel Joke. Ills father was
alive and well, and by a curloua coincidence was.
at the Btatlon when the train arrived.
m m '
Why Doesn't Senator Hoar Buy a'aiaaa.
(srxcrAL to tbx xtzhinu wobld,
Wouoxstxb, Oct. 6. The Eighteenth District:
Republican Representative Convention was helV
last night. In Ward's the Bngllsh-Amerieaa citw
zens had their say and critlclaed Senator Georges'.1
Hoar freely. Thomas Parker said that noar,"Hle)
and Bates have done more harm to the Republican. .
party than can be repaired In three years, . k
George F, Hoar could stand before a glass and see)
his reflection, be would be ashamed to Btsico saoo)
on exhibition olhlmaelf
' a , M