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Hfe, IfTlwUHU Moral tdttlon.
Bf , A DEMOCRATIC STATE.
Hj!t ' Pew fork ia a Democratio State. The cleo-
Htfs&bn settles that.
Kf , Tor the sixth time in succession the Ropub-
K': Beans have been beaten. If they could not
Hl.eMTy tho State this year, with the Labor di-
K Version to Help them, hour can thay hopo
K4'erer to carry it under the prosent division
HILo' the Toters ?
H These successive victories cannot bo tnoroly
K acoidontal or fortuitous. Tho Republicans
Kf'sva done nothing to invito success. They
EOTOUld perpetuate tho war taxes and spend
Hfittbe surplus. Tho Democrats demanded that
Rpstbe war taxes bo " straightway " reduced and
Kf, tfce surplus Btopped. 'The Republican load.
HL-era faced all ways on tho temperance ques.
HEtion. Thoy overruled tho people in tho
Kfswtter of tho Constitutional Convention.
K'They pnt forward their worst men for tho
Hkif They havo met a deserved dofeat.
Kfl A'QOOD platform.
flP Col. Fellows, in his after-election spoeoh,
1. supplied a noticeable lack in tho platform of
H tho County Democracy upon which his can
K&vass was made, lie said lost night:
Ht; ;' I have but one desire, ana that li to so conduct
Rk'71u that order snail be maintained In tbe oora
Hffi'aeiilty, bomes proteoted, property and lire ren
R.uwodecouro and criminals who break oar laws
MHfebroughtlo tbe retribution which the laws demand.
K I go Into the offloe unhampered by pledges and free
HKfv'Bd unhindered to do tbe beet I can.
Rf&If Col. Fsixows's administration of tho
DisbicUAttornoy's office shall fulfil tho
Kpjpromiso of those words as we sincerely hopo
Ho? may he will have no moro earnost
MHgl supporter than Tin: Would.
Bf Mr. Fuxows is elected, and we put behind
RLtlBihe facts that rendered his support as a
BWi-candldato impossible to us, as to thousands
HS-i'of tho best Demoorats, and hopo for an ad.
KkS ministration that will render his support as
Htf sta official a duty and a pleasure.
Rff His platform suits us exactly.
vYj HITS AND MIB8E3.
The Democrats havo carried tho Virgin ia
(JEfi Leeislature and will gain n Senator. Km
K jujmmarJi will be missed liko a boll that
H&C The Bepublicans elect their Congressman
ffe In Hhode Island, and will thus control a
jB majority of tho delegations in the House in
t- the event of a failure of tho people to eleot
R,S Oregon was proof against tho Prohibition
Ht$ Poiukeb squeezes in, and "those flags"
k The Pennsylvania voters have again kissed
k the foot that presses their neoks. More mill
Kf; loss for the millionaires and prolonged
K-' "pauper wages" for tho minors.
Hpf Maryland is still boised. The Solid South
Kgi doesn't disintegrato worth a cent, but
K Dakota votes to "divide."
If: OBIOAQO'B BIONmOAHT VOTE.
fel? The vote in Chicago yesterday was an nn
HiV'; Btistakable confirmation of tho verdict of
Kp the jury and the sentenco of tho Court in tho
H&$ Anarchist cases. That was tho paramount
Ku issue involved. Democrats and Bepublicans
K'tV united in the support of Judge Gary. The
Hg' Labor party also showed its good sense by
HEa-' coming out boldly against the ted flag. Tho
HE '- Socialistic-Anarchist ticket, with Cnpt.
R Bxaox, tho attorney of the coiulemnod men,
BKV" att its head, did not receive 5,000 votes the
H&' smallest poll ever cast by that party in
Kjjp' This result is an emphatio veto of tho move.
H- ment for the pardon of tho Anarchists. It
Hpffi , ebon s that Chicago is not, as lm3 been
w,i charged, cringing with fear under tho threats
HL .of the bomb-throwing element. The iu
B' domitable American spirit, that has con.
Hp;j quered the West, that built and robuilt
HCbLi the big metropolis of tho lakes, does not
cower before the mutterings of the cowardly
Hyp vy disciples of dynamite.
HJj, Chicago's vote means that there is no place
E&J7 tor Anarchy in tho American system.
fti OPEH TEE DOORS ON SUNDAY.
HKA ' j Fifteen thousand of the tollers of Hew
Hftw yor tacllers. business men, clerks, work.
Kj;.i? ingmen and their wives thronged the gal.
HFItt' 'fries of the Metropolitan MuBeum yester.
HkV.;, day It was a holiday and a " free " day.
HB( Th masses went to see and enjoy tho magul.
HJj flcent art treasures bequeathed to them by
HRtt.; , KW York's Louvro, for one day, at least,
fulfilled the noblest purposo of Its founders
and its benefactors. Why shonld not tho
circle of its good influence be widened to the
greatest possible extent? Is this not nn
opportune timo for opening tho doors of the
Musoura on Sunday, the only day in the
week that tho gallerlos aro accessible to the
great majority of tho workers of New York ?
That this is tho earnest desiro of the pooplo
at large cannot bo deniod. Lot the trustees
lay asido all narrow Puritauio notions and
open tho Museum on Sunday.
Art lias long been an ally of religion. She
will ennoble, not desecrate, tho Sabbath.
The United Labor people learned by tho
returns that Thk Would wai right In telling
them that their votes would be wasted if enst
If thoy had voted as tholr leaders talked,
against machine management and boss rule,
Mr. Nicoll would have been elected by
ovor 3..000 innjority.
Itastho wasto-baskot voto that enabled
Fellows to win.
ABUSE DOESN'T PAY.
Ono of tho lessons of tho election is that
more personal abuuo and ridicule- of a worthy
candidate docs not injuro him.
De Lancet Nicoll was called all maimer of
names by two of tho sowcr-pipo organs thut
opposed him. Ho wbh characterized as n
" dudo," a " cad," a "big head," a "collar
wouror" and "traitor." Tho roots of his
genealogical tree wore dug up and his
maternal ancestors brnndod as " Tories."
And yet, notwithstanding all this, Mr.
Nicoll cat down thomachino majority moro
The character and fitness of a candidato
for offlco will always bo propor subjocts for
discussion. But tho pooplo aro not moved,
except to sympathy, by more abuso.
Tho bad dofeat of the Democrats in Massa
chusetts is a distinot rebuke to tho spoilsmon
of tho party.
Tho convention that nominated Mr. Lov
zrino squarely antagonized tho principle of
Civil-Servico Reform. Its spirit was hostile
to tho President's policy in that State. A
pronounced opponent of tho President was
elected a national delcgato over a prououncod
As a reBult, Lovcniria is worse beaten by
Ames than was Andrkw last year. Tho re
form is not going backward.
THE NEW CATHEDRAL.
Mr. William Astob's generous subscrip
tion of 8100,000 towards tho great Episcopal
Cathedral affords unothor gratifying indica
tion of the revival of publio spirit among our
millionaires. This growing appreciation of
the noblor opportunities and higher duties of
wealth servos in somo measure as an offset to
tho dangorous aggregations of capital.
Tho trustees already havo ou hand suffi
cient monoy for tho purchaso of tho land.
Though tho total amount desired is $10,
000,000, tho outlook is very favorablo. Mr.
Astob's gift should arouse a rivalry in gonor
osity among tho rich Episcopalians and other
denominations. " Go and do llkowiso " is an
excellent motto for tho wealthy churohmen.
It is proposed to push tho Cathedral project
in Americau fashion. Then, of course, it
will succeed. It has required conturios to
erect some of tho European cathedrals. A
decade ought to be auiplo tlino for Americans.
A TOBACCO REBELLION.
Thirty-thrco modest tramps in tho Lancas.
tor County (Pa.) Workhouso havo sturtod u
tobacco rebellion, UuIobs tholr demand for
a liberal and prompt supply of tho fragrant
weed is compiled with, thoy threaten to break
out into tho cold, pitiless world.
The diro results of such an outbreak, in
volving, perhaps, a renewal of associations
with tho hard-fisted woodpile or a demoraliz
ing encounter with somo other Bpocies of
honost work, ovinco tho desperate straits to
which these gentlemen of leisure aro driven
in their devotion to Bhort cut and navy plug.
Never "since bravo Aouilleb smoked
across the plain," according to Pors and
Homer, has suoh an unmeasured tribute boon
paid to that grateful herb, tho A'icotiana
" Wait until November." said Tins Would
last summer, in discussing Presidential can.
didaclcs. November has come. President
Cleveland's friends havo carried Now York,
and Mr. Blaine's friends havo again lost it.
Therefore it will bo Cleveland, and it will
not bo Blaine.
Over 17,000 registered and at least 40,000
unregistered voters didn't "moddlo with
politics" yesterday. They dosorvo to bo
plundered and misgoverned.
How grateful to turn from the turmoil of
politics to tho quiet contemplation of pump
kin.pio timbor and the preliminary stuffing
of the Thanksgiving turkoy.
Tho Veddeu schoino for " taxing Now
York and Brooklyn most heavily " in ordor
to " roliove tho interior counties" Mjrkcd
just liko a boomerang.
The Crow Indians aro reported as " fleo
ing." They must bo very busily engaged.
That hunting ground, at least, is secure
The Would is always presenting somo novel
feature. There is something monotonous
about uninterrupted successes.
The slots in the ballot-boxes wero evidently
of not quite tho right size to facilitate the
passage of tho Niooll.
Poverty wasn't abolished yestorday, but
Borne bad cases wero evidently relieved
It may be said that Mr, Blaine's goose has
Mabtlkx was elected, anyhow,
THREE NO'TABLE WEDDINGS.
MR. JOHN MUNROE AND MHS. HUNT TO
HE MARRIED IN Bf. GEORGE'S.
Alanr llandeame Presents to be Hccn nml n
Long I.let of tlneetn to Wllnree thn Ore
inony .tlr. Ivdwnrd I.u Montnirnc, Jr., mid
JHIi... Allco Washington Weir to He 3Ir.
rlcd-A Mllltnry Wedding-.
rlcd tvery day, cspo.
cially not us wall
known ones as Mr. John
Munrou , of Paris,
whose marriage with
Mrs. Julia Gould Hunt
will tuko placo tiMlny
at ".,30 v. M. at St.
Tho llov. Dr. ltainos
ford will officiate. A
choir of fifty children
singing "Hall to the
ho Bride," followed
by tho threo littlo chil
drunof Mrs. liuruhami
will lead tho ul roccsHiou. The bridoi
who will como next, will wear a gown of phIo
olivo moiro velvet with long train,
with front of whito t-atiu cm
broidcrod with pearls mid rllvtir.
Tho corsage will bo cut hijli. The thrto dia
mnnd wild roses, with lea m just alike, which
will form a tiara on tho high coiffeur, woro
tho gifts of Mrs. Muuroc, mother of tho
groom, Miss Kllcn Mnnroo, and Mr. Freder
ick Munroe. She will also wear a pearl and
diamond necklace, and will carry a prayer
book bound in silver. A bracelet worn of
pearls through diamond slides is a gift from
Thebrido will bo escorted to tho altar by
her brother. Mr. Frederick Gould. Tho brido
will bo followed by Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Whitney Mtinroo, Mr. and Airs. William
llitrnham, ue"o Munrou, of Tloston, and Miss
Ellon Muuroe, who will bo escorted by Mr.
Frederick Munroo. Miss Ellon Munroo -wili
wear nolo blue moiro. cut walkinn length.
with bonnet to match. After these will comn
Mrs. Hunt's littlo daughter, Julia Gould
Hunt, who will wear roHoSiciliomu) with bon
net to match, and her mother, Mrs. W. A.
Mosoloy, who will bo in royal purplo velvet
and Riitm with long train. Thorn will bo no I
bridesmaid. Mr. Eugone Wiuthrop, of
Paris, Mr, Henry ilurnliam, of Boston s Mr.
J. O. llartholemew anil Mr. Jules Montant
will bo the ushers. Mr. Frederick Gould
vill bo thn best limn.
Tho wedding gifts include a gold centre,
pieco and four bon-bon dishes to match from
MrB. Pirrrcpont Morgan, a silviirccutre.iiieco
lined with gold from Mr. and Mrs. Hwift, an
old English open work silvor enku baskot
irmt Mrs. Levi P. Morton, a largo asi
painted by Vemet Martin from Miss Julia
(lumen, a puir of Kilvor candelnbra from
Mrs. Mosoloy, u silvor uud gold milk pitchor
mid sugur bowl from Mr. tiebnstiun Bellies
ingor, u silver ceulre.pieco lined with cold
from Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tuck,
repousse silvor pitcher from Mr. J. O.
Bnrtholnmow, and an open-work solid silver
bread liaskot. rut-glus. toilet set with silvor
tops, largo hammered silver pitcher, four
gold bon-bon dishes, a silver and ;;old centre-piece,
Bllver and gold bread boat,
silver and gold bread basket, and very
many other olt glint articles had tho cards of
tho donors attached with their imines, which
wero Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Prince, Mrs.
Brookholst Cutting, Mrs. It. Wallaoh, Mr.
and Mrs. O. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. Bayard
Cutting, Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson, Miss
Lilian Tolmadgo, Mrs. Julian James, Mr.
Neilson Brown, Mrs. P. Mollor, Mrs. 1). Eg
glcbton, Mis. Nathan Chauler, Mrs. T. B.
Myers and u great in my in iro.
Tho reception will bo at tho homo of tho
bride, 151 Eust Twcuty.first street, and will be
from U until 5 o'clock. Tho house and church
will J o decorated by Kluudor. Those in
vitod to attend tho wedding include :
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Aator, tho Huron Kdmond
iloMandut Ur.incej, Mr a. Ilurnliam, Mr. and Mrs.
I'. Moriran, lllaho l'oitor, Mr. und Mra. I.loyd
Aiplnwall, Ailmlrjl nod Mra. lUUrrtn, Mr. nud
Mra. lUrhey, the Mlaaea lUrLier, Mr. and Mrs.
Augaatlleliiiunt, Mr. and Mrs. lltrrlnmi, Mr. und
Mra. Charles It. llet's, Mr. uud Mrs. Ueorgo
lllrd, Mr. nurt Mrt, Tredenck Ilruuaou.
Mr. and Mr. Wlnthnip, Mrs. It. F.
Wni'lnw, Mlas Wlnaloir, Miss Ailfle (Irant,
Miss Wlifthrpp, Mr. and Mrs. Orme Wilson, Mla
"Mle Wllann, .Mr. und Mrs Janirs llrown l'otttr,
Mrs. l'urau rjtevens. Mr nii'l Mrs. (leorue Henry
Wurrcn, Mr. hii.1 Mrs. Joliu Holj.rt Warren, Mr.
WlHtnej Warren. Jr., Mrs. lUncloliin, Mrs. Will
him J)mihiH, Mrs. llurke Ituulio, Mr. nml
.Mrs. ltousoelt, Mrs. I.u Montague, Mis
I,a MoiiLisne, of Paris; Mr. nnd Mra. Imv
reuco Tutimre, the Misses Tnrnure, Major
and .Mrs. Hewitt, tho Misses Hewitt, Mr. and
Mrs. Bayard Outline, Mrs MeyHooJ Ciiltlnir, Mr.
ami Mrs. llruckholst Cutt'inr, Mr. and Mrs. Par
auna, Mr. uud Mra. J. O. (ireen, Mr. and Mra.
(lurnce.tbe Mlii.es (lurnee, Mr. and .Mm. Augustus
(luruo, Mr. and Mrs. WIMIuin Mo.nif, Mr. Had
Mrs. II. McK. TiroraMTi Mr. and ('oriiellus Van
dertillt, Mra. Henry R Leavltt, Mr. and Mrs. John
Lawtrnce, tiio Misses Lanreuer, Mr. and
Mrs. Wooltey, Mr. nnd Mrs. Julian James
Mr. anil Mrs. ollrcr Iselln, Mrs. Archie Pell, Mrs.
ltlchard Irwin, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John llune, Jr.,
Mlsi Atuory, Mr-, (lamer, Mr. and Mrs. James
linrrimnn, Mr. Arthur Ilarrlman, Mrs. Del Maine,
Mrs. UrlswoU! druy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Onclet,
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Gurlet, tnu Miases Kuriils.i,
Mr. and Mra. J,imea Gerard, Mr. Wl sen
CI. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ci.arles LUermure,
Mr. and Mra. Kreiett II. Leavltt, Jr., Mr.
. and .Mrs. Annus l 1', Montant, Mr. and
Mr. Peter Moller, Mr. and .Mra. Fellmvei Mor
gan, Mr. Morris K. Jessup. Mr. and Mr. Karrlek
lticirs, Mrs. Jnhn Miirwoml, Mr. and Mr. Itegln
nld ltlven, Miat Tenlo Wulfc, Mr. nnd Mr. Waller
Ilreeae Huiltll. Mr. and Mra. Ilenrv V. Nn liimir.
Jlr. and .Mr. Jiiiiies T, Swift, Jlr. and Mrs.
llonnrc O. Vail, M.ss Matt Vail, Dr. and Mra.
Woodbury, Miss Amy Townseud, Mr. and Mrs.
l'tcrro Lorlllard and Mrs. Mary l'ennlman.
After n wedding journey tho brido nnd
groom will return to New York, where thev
will remain until January, when they will
Bail for Paris, their future homo.
Tho marriugo of Mr. Kduard La Montague,
jr., and Sliss Alice Wnuhington Weir will
tako place to-day at 3 o'olook at tho homo of
tho parents of tho brido, Dr. and Mrs.
Bobert F. Weir, 37 Wfst Thirty-third street.
Tho Itov. Father Soptier will oftlciato. Jlr.
Maurice La Moutaguo will bo the best man.
Mr. Y. Martinez, Mr. Walter AVntnon, Mr.
Truxtou How Mm aiut Mr. Spalding do
Oarmoudia will bo tho ushers. Tlioro
will bo no bridesmaids, but ten young
hidiit. will hold the ribbons to bepnnito tho
aisle. These will be MUs La Montague, Miss
Ituth Situpkins, Miss Enos, Miss Moftlt, Miss
Julia Van Duser. Miss do Garmendia, Miss
Greeulenf, Mins Elizabeth Lo Hoy, Miss
Itnth Ijtwreneo and Miss Van Wyclc.
Tho bride will wear a gown of whito gros
grain silk with long train, and front of
duchess and point lace, with V, corsage and
ttillo vail. The ornaments will bo u diamond
sun nnd crescent ami other pieces. Shu will
carry u bour,uet of orange blossoms. Among
tho incited iiuebtsaro:
Mr. and Mra. J, 11 La Mnntagne, Mr and .Mrs.
Ernest La Montague, Mr. und Mrs. I'lerre La Mun
tafjne, Mr. and Mrs. Annuel Mouunt, Mine,
ltiiuull, Mr. ami Mra. Jauirs Weir, Mr. and Mm.
Thomas C. Sloaue, Mr. and Mrs. J. Elliott Cowdln,
Mr. and Mra. 1). r. Vaneraburgh, Mr. and Mrs.
Thorn ia Hiurt la, Mr. and Mra. I'. Hchenck. Mr.
and Mrs. T. Attertmiy, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
rJchuylcr, Mr. Julrs llatables. Mr. and Mrs. J. I.
llartlinan, Mr. and Mra. Hamilton Fish, Jr., Mr.
and Mra. Arthur M. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs
John U. I'heever, Mr. and Mrs. Kl
Urldce T. tlirry, Mr. and Mr. ctiarlca
Steele, Mr. and Mrs. S. U. French. MiaaFloreneo
Hchlertcllu Mr. J. IT Heck, Dr. and Mrs.
Edward Curtis, Mlvs busan Day, Mr. and Mrs.
(leork'o De Witt, Mr. and Mrs. Kdward N. lilckrn.
son, Mr. and Mrs. II. K. noa, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Muller, Mr. and Mrs. II. u. Fahentock, Mr, and
Mrs. (llbaon FahtiiHloeV, tbe Mlaaea LMaall, Mr.
and Mrs J. Alexandre, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Asplnwall, Dr. and Mm. Harron, Mr. and Mra.
Hener Ilialiop, Mr and Mra. (leorue II. lll.inch
ard, Mr. and Mrs. William T. ltueMey, MU
llluuchard nhouuJeun, Dr. llauita and the Miaaea
Quite a military wedding took place this
forenoon at 11 o'clock nt tho Oath dral.
Lieut. David Price, of tho First Begiment of
Artillery, U. B. A., und Miss Aline Hurgous
i SlJJtaCTTJllaijZialtlif ClflfrftrMeyiWaifatliafoff
wore united by Archbishop Corrlgan, ns.
sistod by Father Dunnhy, of White Plains.
Tho best man was Lieut, Squires, of Uie
United States Cavalry. Lieut. O. .1. Brown,
United States Cavalry; Lieut. W. B. Honor,
Fifth Artillery! Lieut. F. Marsh, First Ar
tlllcryi Lieut. II. Kirbr, Tenth Infantry)
Lieut. J. Chamberlain, First Artillery, and
Liout. O. B. Wheoler. Fifth Artillery, wero
tho ushers. They, as well as tho groom,
wero in full military dtcss, Miss Celosto
Koop, of Brooklyn, a cousin of tho bride,
wa-i tho tniiiil of honor. MiBS Alice Wood
and Miss Nellie Jniiseu were the bridesmaids.
The brido was gion away by her father, Mr.
P. It. Hargous.
Tho bridii wore a white satin gown, with
train and front of silk mull embroidered
with silver. Tho pompadour corbagc wui
luuiln with elbow sleeves und trimmed -with
embroidered mull and sprays of orango bios
ttottiH. Tho tulle veil wan secured with a
wreath of orange blossoms. Kho carried a
bouquet of whito roses. Tho bridesmaids
woro whito wntored Bill.s,eut walking length,
with tulle draperies nnd wreaths of red hya
cinths. They carried bouquctb of jaqucmiuot
After tho church ceremony a recqption was
given by tho parents of tho uride at tho Now
York Hotel. Among tho guests wero the fol
lowing named persons :
(Jen. Hchoflfld and tho other omccrs atOover
nor'a Island, Col. llastirouck, Mr. Hazard, Mrs.
Jules Hernal, Mr ami Mm. Paul T'ebaud, Mrs.
Pctt'iUcld, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey M. Depew, Mr.
anil Mra. Ltbarblrr. Mrs. Vander,iiilt Allen, MUs
Allen, Mrs. William lleale, Mrs. Laroiruc, Miss
Leary, Mr. Arthur Lcary, Mr. Joeph Marie, Mr.
I'etcr Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Tnrodoro Mrera,
Mra. Itntiert Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. A. Colgate, Cnpt.
and Mrs, ltamcy, Commodore Hartorl.Mr. and Mra.
Crrder, Mr. and Ml, 'lheodore Caldwell, Mr.
John C. Calhoun, Mr. and Mra. (Hover, Col. Isaac
II. Heeil, Mr. J. II. Wood, Mr. CJurlrs Htewart,
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorgo HiIks the Marquise Ban M.
Zmo, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton flail, jr.; Mr. anl
Mrs. Arthur Dodge, Mr. and Mra. Joliu Blgelow,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Plerrepont Morgan and Dr. and Mis.
William II. Ahcrcromuie.
JOE MANLEY IS GRATIFIED.
lie Thlnka the Itcputillcnna In New York
Fought Agulual Dnnannl Odda.
I'ICIAt, TO Tlir KVEMIKO WOULD. J
Auocbta, Me., Nov. 0. Hon. J. II. Man
loy, Chairman of tho Republican State Com
mitteo, on being interviewed last night, sal 1:
" Tho gcnoral result of tho elections must bo
gratifying lo tho Bepublicans. In Now York
the Bepublicans fought against odds. For tho
first tlmo in tho history of tho country tho
President of tho United States throw tho
wholo weight of his influence into a local
contest, while ono of his Cabinet officers, un
dor the protonco of illness, was in New York
City, periionally managing tho campaign. A
I corruption fund, never beforo paralleled, was
used to defraud tho votors. Tho result leaves
New York tho battle-ground for 1883.
"Tho rosult in Massachusetts is particu
larly gratifying to mo, because thn Boston
Globe persistently claimed that a voto for
Ames wu-s a vote for lllaiue. It made tho
Issuo and must abide tho result. Tho re
election of Gov. Foraker by nn increased
innjority will curry joy to Bepublicans nil
over tho laud. The triumph in Rhodo Island
is of great importance. Iowa and Nebraska
remaiu firm in their allegiance to the Bepub
licans. " Thoro is no wavering in any Bopublicnn
Htato, and tho result shows that the Repub
lican party has it in its powor to carry tho
country noxt year. Thorough organization
will bring victory."
DICKINSON MAY DrCIDE TO ACCEPT.
Ursod by mirlilgnn People to Tako tho
(SPECIAL TO TUX EVENING WOULD. I
Deteoit, Nov. 9. Tho appcarauco of tho
following in tho Domocratio organ hero this
morning is regaded ns indicating tint Don
M. DickiusoiOiay decided to accept tho Postmaster-Generalship
offered by Prosident
Tho popular enthusiasm which was evoked
in Michigan at tho time President Cleveland
selected G. V. N. Lothropas Minister to Rus
sia receives a duplication thut now anothor of
Michigan's most honored citizons has boen
in ited by the Chief Magistrate of the United
States to a position of high trust within tho
past two days. Mr. Don M. Dickinson has
been deluged with lettors from people iuall
portions of the State, irrespective of politics,
urging him to accept tho PoBtinnstor-Genernl.
ship. It is pretty woll understood that Mr.
Dickinson's preference lios in the direction
of a declination, but the popular desire for
his acceptance may influence him to sacrifice
his personal inclination.
A New Holillrra' Hemic In Callfurnln.
I8I-ICIAL TO THE EVENING WOULD.)
PiTTsiiUKii, Nov. u. The following members of
the Niitloiul Hoard of BoldlerB' Homes prssiJ
through the city to-day: Gen. llluck. Couiuila
Bloner of pensions; (ien. Hyde, of Maluo; Gen.
W. 11. Franklin, (len. James S. Negley, -x-Scnator
Hewell, of New Jersey; Col. 11. T.
llrown, Ohio, uud Capt. Mitchell, of Milwaukee
'Ihey are on Ihrlr way to Bulect a ilto for
the new million-dollar Soldiers' lluuic. The bill
authorltliii: this nil Introduced by Gen. Negley,
and plated m the last hour uf the Forty-Ninth Cou
greas. It ui'pr- tiles $190,000 with tho Intention
of oipenulnL" $-vi),ooo mors upon the work, nnd
prescribed that the Homo must be on the l'ucltlo
Coast. T.ie choice or the Hoard rests between
Monterey, Santiago and Napa Valley.
l'lre In UeddliiK Factory.
Frrnk A. Hall's bo en-dory bedding factory, at
Nos. US ISO und In-' llnxtcr street, caught lire
at o'clock this morning. There were thlrty-flvo
girls at wort In the place, hut they got ont safely
uiifi without confusion. The fire startru on tho
tilt 'i floor nnd communicated to the sixth and
seventh Doom, wnlcn were Oiled with feathers.
The loss will not exceed $3,000.
An Alleged Fraud In Jrraey City.
rollceuieu Dougherty and Kelly, of Jeuey City,
are accused of aiding In an attempt to stur mic nt
the new ballot boxes used yesterday In tho Fourth
Precinct of the bccoiuI or " Ilurso Shoe" district.
'1 he charges Is made by Peter Howling. Edward
Tlemev, the Judtre of flection In the t reclnct, w us
held on ball by Justice Stilslng. Seven alleged
lepcaterawere arreatdd In Jersey Oltyyeaterday.
Suicide, ut HcvrnD-rlulir.
Kdward Seiiwarz, aged seventy-eltht years, com
muted suicide li) shooting himself throueh the head
at hli residence, No.5 J.tiueu street, late last night.
He was n tu-rnun by birth, lint had lived In this
country fori j -two years, lie left uu agid wife but
Htlll ut l.uvv About Tlinl Inapretor.
The Prorreaalve libor parly has tiled notice of
appeal to the Court of Appeals trom tno order of
the Supreme Court, General Term, giving the Bith
election liispectrr m the Henry Georxe party, and
also trom the order den) lag a new trial.
Ki. Paso, Not. t Doc." smart, rnpposed to
be one oi the I1 pigo, ArU, tram rou'a-rs, was
arrested here last MuuUay nU'lit-
Tl'CSON, Art., Nov. . Gen. Miles was yester
day made the recipient of an elegant sword, pre
sented to hi oi by tbe people of Arizona.
HlNOiuUTON, Nov. . At Chenango Bridge
yesterdar eleven women wero allowed to vote.
They cast the straight Prohibition ticket.
Marshall. Tex., Nov. 9. The Texas and Pa
cltio Hullroad was sold yesterduy to (Iru. T. J.
Wlstar, representing a syndicate, tor $10, 000,000.
Kansas Citv, Nov. . Mlaa JIny Northrop, of
tkticlty. Is ciiiuUtlng Nina Van Zandt hy making
Ineffectual attempts to wed Charles DllllDgaley, a
Atlanta, Ga. , Nov. 9. Charles Locksley, a
negro boy ele eu years of age, has been sentenced
to Imprisonment for life for the murder of a young
man named Milo Thomas.
Wasuinqtok, Nov. . The President received
election newa oM.r hi private wire ai late as 11
o'clock last night. Ho expressed sstlataoilou at
the result viewed as a whole.
St. Locis. Nov . The failure of tho Fifth Na
t oual Hank has resulted In the collapse of tbe St.
Louis I'latiliitf.Mlll Company. Thry have made out
a bill of sale to the bank for $7&,uoo.
Kaoik I'afs.Tcx,. Nov, . Aiaujof deapcra
dnea numbering thirty have eatabllshed thi'inurlres
near Fort Clark and are ateallug cattle nud horses,
culling fences, burning ranches, and kldnapp ntr,
robbing sad lauruermg enry man they con catch.
CHAPIN CAMIES BROOKLYN.
ELECTED MAYOR OVER fflS C0MPETTr0R8
BY A PLURALITY OP 1.803.
It Was as Day of rjurprlaes All Alans; the
I.lne Hhlnrburl, Itrpubllcmi, Will he thai
Next MierlfTor Klnca County Mne Ilenio
rrnllc stml Three Republican Aaai-inblr-in
nn Ulectcd Tlie C'onteat Very Close.
Brooklyn was greatly excited yesterday
over the uncertainty of the Mayoralty eloc
tion until The Wonr.n bulletin nnuounccd
that Alfred 0. Chopin, tho Democratic cnndl
date, had been elected by a small majority.
The latest official figures in tho Mayoralty
contest throughout tho city givo Chapin,
Democrat, 02,780; Uaird, Republican, 60,977;
Clancy, United Labor, 11,6'J1 ; Utter, Prohi
bitiou, 2,013. Clmpln's plurality is 1,803.
It was a day of surprises. Had tlie,ltepub
licnn ticket been victorious throughout it
would havo caused hardly less astonishment,
and in many quarters no moro disappoint
ment, than did tho election of C.
D. Bhinehurt, Bcpublican candidato for
Sheriff. It was conceded throughout
election day that he was receiving tho unani
mous support of tho voters of tho Eastern
District and a shnro of outside endorsement,
but Furey's frionds hoped and even expected
to counteract that influence by the countv
supportof the Democratic nink and filo.as well
as the support of a largo number of Republi
can votes which his ability and political wis
dom irresumably had secured. But deBnito
all this Bhinehart, with over 5,000 plurality
behind him, was olected. In his own
ward, the Ninth, Purey barely held
his own, a strong Democratic opposition
being manifested, and in tho trading
and scratching, which formod a featuro of
tho political work there, ho sufforcd more,
perhaps, than any candidato on tho City or
County tickets. Bhinehart ran ahead
of his ticket. His election is easily ex
plained from the references to be drawn
from tho comparisons. Clancy, United Labor
candidate for Mayor, polled a fair
vote, but hardly as largo as his friends ex
pected, wliilo Utter. Prohibition, was practi
cally out of tho fight.
With tho small Democratio plurality and
the defeat of Puroy, canio tho defeat of
Thomas P. Fnrroll, Democrat, for Honator
from tho Fourth District, and tho election of
Jacob Worth, Republican. Ever since tho
campaign opened there havo boon no moro
sjuguiuo followers of any political candi
date than tho friends of Farroll.
In tlie Second Senatorial District James F.
Picrco, Democrat, was elected ovor Soward
and Bentty, United Labor and Prohibition
candidates r spectivnly. There was no
practical opposition offered by tho Republi
cans. In tho Third Senatorial District Eugeno F.
O'Conuor, Republican, was elected over
Ross. Democrat, by about 2,300 plurality. In
this light there was almost as much interest
shown as in tho battle in tho Fourth.
Tho strugglo over Supervisor-at-Largo
was an earnest one. Quintard, Fitchie,
Viators and Stokes, the latter respect
ivoly representing tho United Labor
and Prohibition tickets being in tho
field. The fight was by no means
a ono - sided ono, as the returns
bhow. Candidate Quintard, according to
the latest returns, has been elocted, although
with a small plurality. This leads tho
friends of Ritchie to hope that a recount will
materially change tho nppearance of things,
and it is likely that n recount will be asked.
According to tho outlook now, the ABSom
blymen will stand nino Democrats to threo
Republicans, und tho Senate two Republi
cans to ono Democrat.
In the conntay towns of FlatbuBh, Graves
end and New Utrecht tho Democrats ore
charged with trading right and loft, and
counter charges aro brought against the Re
publicans. Tho Htato ticket as regards Brooklyn was
successful. Latest returns from King County
show Cook'B plurality to be 12,071.
Cook polled 67,600 votes and Grant 45,489.
Henry George surprised every Brooklynlto
by receiving 15,433 votes. Huntington re
ceived mt 2,101.
The following, ns far as can be learned,
have been elected :
Becond District James F. Pierce, D.
Third District Eugene F. O'Connor, K.
Fourth District Jacob Worth. K.
First District Mosea J. Water, D.
Becond District W. II. McLaughlin. D.
Tnlrd l)ltrlct Piter K. McCann, D.
Foiutn District Henry liairerly, D.
Flftn District Thomas Farrcll, I).
Sixth District Thomas F. Macaer, D,
Seventh District Joliu lteltz, It.
Kliihth District John H. llonnlngton, D.
Ninth District Walter Matheaon, U.
Tenth District John II. Lonuley, D.
Klcventh District Joseph Asplnall, It.
Twelllh District D. W. Tallrnadge, It
Justices of tbe Fence Elected.
John Courtney, D.
John Petteraon, D.
Moses Sngle, D.
John L. Cameron, D.
Anson rcivuBou, D.
Tneodoru Maurcr, D.
Thoinaa A Heard, D.
Georgo S. Elcock, ft
ltlcnard Pickering, D.
Hubert J. liloBin, D.
Jaruea Kane, D.
James McGarrr, D.
Michael J. Coffey, ft
J. J. Schlusaer, It.
John .1. Walker. It
Samuel M. Weeks, it
Henry A. Smltn, It
Djr.lel McOrath, D.
William McKee, D.
J. J. illock. D.
KdwardC. Murphy, D.
First Ward Theodore II. Willis, It
Third Wiird-lleury 3. Itasqulu, It
Fifth Ward-1'atnck Harry, D.
Seventh Ward 11. J. ItedHeld, it
Ninth Ward J. li. Nolan, D.
Klivinth Ward -Chirles W. Swan, It
Tnlrticntli Wnrd-S. Ik Jacobs, U.
Flttr.Mih Ward -J. II. Hobby, It
r-i Wliieenih Ward 11. Ljuio, D.
N no cntn Ward W. J. Mills. It
Twiutt -Brst Ward J. Schmttt, Jr., It.
Twulj. third Ward O. H. LockwnoiJ, It
THtmj-DltU Ward W. L. Kxtance, It
No Hoodie Trinl In Hlfilit.
DIstrlrt-Atlomey Martlne was at his ofllce this
morning. The look of worrlment which lila face
had worn had disappeared when lie learned that
Leubuseher had only come within 100,000 votes
of defeating him for Judge of tho Court of
General SesMona. Asked regarding the probiblllty
or moving the trial of anotuerof the boodlcra, ho
said that none would be inured until tho dec'slou
of the Court of Appeals In the Sharp case, and
posdoly there woulu bo no more trials of tho in
dicted Aldermen during his teiin of ofllce, wMch
expires Dec. 91.
Defaulter Hick In Conrt.
Nouwicil, Conn., Nov. 9. It S. Hlckn, tho
Stafford bprtnps Ilank defaulter, appeared before
United States CommlasloDer Allen Tenny thta morn
inn for his preliminary hearing, which has
been twtro postponed. lie waived examination
and was bound over to the United States District
Court, which convenes at II rtford the first Mon
day In December. Judge Shlpinun on the bench.
Ills bonds were placed at tiu.oco, which he gave.
Significance of ClilcnBo' Election.
CmcAoo, Nov. v. The moat algnltlcant feature
of tut elections In Chicago was the result of tho
contest for the Superior Court Judgeship, Against
the magistrate who tried the Anarchists, Judge
Joseph F. Gary, was pitted the attorney most
prominent Id their defence, Capt W. P. Dlack.
The vote waa: Gary, &o,049j Dlack, B.lla,
I III lWM. I II J I
KOTT BTEEET im0KER8 UUflT.
A fVndlcat Dlscoantln tlie Claims mt Glee
tlon Officer for Services.
" Election Claims Purchnsed," is the an.
nounccmont displayed in tho windows of the
small stores in Mott strcot, near Polico Head
quarters. Inspectors of Election and poll
clerks aro entitled to $37.50each for tholr sor.
vices, and as thcro aro 5,084 such claims, they
meet with a good deal of delay in gotting
their money. If thoy aro in a hurry to bo
paid a syndicate is ready to ndvnnce the
money at a discount of $2.S0. Tho syndicate
is composed of throe or four men. and storo
keepers and clerks act as agents and runners
in buying the claims.
Beforo the advent of Superintendent Mur
ray tho olaiiu brokorngo was carried on in tho
police building by patrolmen nud otlicers of
higher gffttle. Mr. Murray broke up this
business, nnd the advance-salary agent lost
his ocoupatiou in tho big whito building.
It requires if 212,150 to defray the expenses
of tho inspectors of flection nud poll clerks,
n sum that only capitalists can nth unco in a
lump, bo that tho svndicato suffers very littlo
from jrotty cometlt4on.
When tho clerks and iuspcrlors handed
their books to Johnny O'Brien's clerks this
morning, most of them made a bco-lino for
claim agents and hud their certificates dis
counted. Tho United Labor party inspectors cannot
secure a discount for tho full amount, be
causo their right lo nioio thun ono day's pay
THE ELECTION MURDER.
Sullivan, who IWndo tho Annnlt, Hays that
ITe Known Nothing About It.
Daniel D. Sullivan, tho market carrier of
Gansevoort Market, who kicked Fred Michels
to death over a political difference in Herman
Boeder's saloon, No. BIG Washington street
at 12.80 o'clock yesterday morning, was nr
raigned boforo .Jiistico Patterson at Jefferson
Market Police Court this morning, and was
turned ovor to Coroner Nugent for furthor
Coroner Nugent and Dr. William O'Mcaghor,
Coroner's physician, found by an autopsy
that Mlchels had died of a ruptured stomach
Tho dead man was thirty-nine years old
and a widower, with two children, who lived
with their grandparents at No. 405 AVcst
Forty-ninth, btrect. Fred lived with his
brother at CO Gansovourt street, and was
employed as a carpenter about the market.
He was quiet and inoffensive and made no
resistance to Sullivan's furious assault.
Sullivan had tho appcarauco of ono after a
hard spree, and at JolTorson Market Polico
Court this morning he replied to a query of
the roportor : " I don't know anything about
ALL UNDS OP CllUYSANTIIEMUMS.
A Fragrant Exhibition nt IHaaonlc Temple
by the Horticultural Society.
Tho New York Horticultural Society is
holding fragrantly forth at tho Masonio
Teinplo in Twenty-third street, whore rare
chrysanthemums and interesting orchids,
with ferns and palms, aro beautifully con
spicuous. Tho chrybanthemums are particu
larly noticeable, and aro to bo been decked
with every shade of red, yellow and brown.
Of tho BOO members of tho Horticultural
Society thoro are thirty-live exhibitors, tho
small number being accounted for by tho
fact that no ono makos an exhibit unless ho
has something of unusual interest to display.
There aro threo low tables entirely covered
with cut chrysanthemums. At various points
in the hall thera aro banks and stands of
chrysnuthomuins. On tho stago they are to
be been in profusion, thoir bright colors won
J he exhibition will closo on Friday, until
which day it will bo open from 10 a. m. to 10
v. m. Mrs. Langtry's cup. offered to the ex
hibitor who displays the best floral wedding
or reception decoration, is to bo awarded this
ROLLIN M. SQUIRE BACK.
An Extremely Stormy Jinn Across on the
Hteaiiiaulp Arizona. '
Ex-Commissioner of Publio Works Rollin
M. Squire got back from Europe this morn
ing on tho Guiou steamship Arizona. He
was accompanied by his wife. Immediately
after landing he started for his home in
Tho Arizona had an extremely tempestuous
voyage across. Tho first day out the weather
w as so stormy that she ran only 273 miles.
Ou Nov. 1 things culminated in a tre
mendous galo. High seas swejit over
tho vessel and tossed her about
in a dangerous mnnner. On that
day only 158 miles wero made. The only por
son injured was a sailor, who was thrown by
a wavo against tho bide of the vessel. His
arm and leg were seriously injured.
AN ITALIAN KILLS HIS FRIEND.
Antonio Meta Accused or Shooting John
Zcta in Brooklyn.
Antonio Meta, an Italian, was arrested in
Brooklyn last night on a charge of shooting
and killing John Zeta, a friend, in front of
110 Front btreot.
The houso whero the murder occurred is a
threo-story frame building, and is occupiod
by about twelvo familios, all Italiaus. How
eta got thcro could not bo learned. It is
bupposed that he was assisted there by
friends. Tho boby was removod from there
to the morgue. b
This morning Meta was taken before tho
coroner, who after an examination. Bent him
before Judge Walsli. That official com
mitted him to jail to await the result of tho
coroner's inquest. Tho people at tho houso
mid that Meta and Zeta hud quai relied in
the btreet beforo the shooting occurred.
French Spoliation Claimants Huppy.
SPr.CIlL TO TUK tVENINO WORLD. I
Wasuinoton, Nov. R.--The decision handed
down In the Fn nch spollitlou case by the Court of
Claims is substantially a victory for tho claimants.
Flitting Through the City.
John D. Kernan, of Ullca, Is one of the Gllsey's
llaron de Montalgnac, of France, Is a prominent
arrival at the Hoflmau lions.
ltafael Gna, Minister of Chill at Washington,
arrived at tho Clarendon this morning.
Harrison Gray Otis and rurally of Boston, Just
returned from a European trip, are staying at the
Henry George received returns at a room In the
Astor House lat,t night. Ho left soon ufttr 10
o'clock for home.
Sir George Campbell, of England! F. W. ltoeb
llng. of Trenton, N. J., and F. W, EIood, of
Rochester, are at the Hotel Drunsnlok.
Gen. W. 11. Franklin and wife, of Hartford; ex
Oov. ltedlteld Proctor, of Vermont, and Henry A.
Morgan, or Aurora, N. Y.. aro guests at the Mur
ray Hill Hotel.
SUnora Hepotte-Trlnolniil, prim donna of Cam-
Eanlnl's Opera and Concert Company, with her
usband, Hie. Trisoluul, have arrived and are at
the Eertu House.
George J, Heard, of Buffalo, a former law part
ner oi President Cloveland, with Wilton 8. B'ssell,
arrived at the St. James this morning, having de
posited a straight Democratio ballot la Erie county
With others at the Windsor Hotel arc ex-Governor
J. E. Enrllah, of New Haven, Conn. : A. M.
McCallum, of Washington, Secretary oftheEastern
Itallro d Association, and Col. A. D. Andrews, of
New York Supreme Court JnsMces William Hum
scy, of Hath, and Dsvld I l'ollett. Of Norwich;
Judge D. 11. Shlpmau, of Chicago, and Col. George
W. Hooker, of Vermont, are among the guests of
the Filth Avenue Hotel,
Vice-Admiral Viscount Kabayama, Commanders
O. Yamamato and IPdika, C tile I Vayruaater II u
rakaml snd Lieut. It Ytudo, of the Japanese Nary,
who have been stopping at the Victoria, left this
moraiDg tor Wo&iogton.
THE TCHOWPRmCE'S TIffiOAT"
AN EXAMINATION WILL BE MADE TO-NIGHT: '1
OR TO-MORROW. "I
Specialist on Their Way to San Itene-Dt.
tuila of tho Illness of Ills Imperial II lib. ,1
ncia UN Throat drew Worse on the I
War From Alcsnnudrln No Health Tele- I
ram Allowed on the Wires. I
ISPECtAL CA11LI TO THE IVBN1KO WOnt.D.1 I
Berlin, Nov. 8. Universal attention and I
interest aro directed to San Bemo, and every ;1
particle of information relative to tho Crown l
Princo is eagerly grasped at. Tho public I
are, however, exhibiting exemplary pa. -I
tienco and caro, calmly awaiting tho .'I
result of to-night's and to-morrow's ' I
examination. Prof. Schrostor, .who left I
Vienna yesterday morning, is expected to I
reach Sou Kemo to-night, and. Princo Wil. I
helm, accouipauiod by Drs. Krnuso and I
Schmidt, to-morrow. Dr. Morrilz Sohmidt, 1
of Frankfort, is tho third specialist to whom I
I referred last night. I
The following dotails aro published by I
JlerlintT Tageblalt: Last Viiday week tho
Crown Prince's voice was better than it
has been since tlie commencement of
his illness,- and the appearance of
his throat was satisfactory. A fow days
afterwards his voico became Bomewhat
husky and tho swelling increased so that His
Imperial Highness has on uncomfortablo
feeling in his tin oat. His doctors iiiBtantly
sent for Dr. Mackenzie who, appreciating at
once tho gravity of tho case, iinmodiatoly
called in tho German specialists already men
tioned for consultation. Tho exact naturo of ,
tbe now formation will havo to bo deflnod
aftor a lnioroseopic investigation. Mackenzio ,
believes he will Bo ublo to romove the piece
of new growth, though it will not be easy
to do M). Ho will not, however, attempt it
till after the arrival of tho other specialists
in order that they mav soo tho Crown Prince's
throat us it now is. Meanwhile His Imperial
Highness is taking ico pills and soothing
remedies. Dr. Mackenzio is said to bo still
strongly against uuy external operation.
Tho Crown Princess is devoting herself with
untiring energy to the caro of her illustrious
consort, and His Imperial Highness continues
to bo cheorful and in excellent spirits. Dr.
Mackenzio bus given him an accurate account
of tho malady.
Tho samo paper hears by telegram to-day
the so far satisfactory news that thoro is ab.
Bolutoly no immediate danger.
Tho sympathy felt for tho Crown Prince
and his family in diplomatic as well as in
purely German circles is very marked. 1
regret to bo obliged to state that tho fresh '
growth that has appeared in the Crown J
Prince's throat docs in reality give rise to ap- t
prehensions as to its malignant nature. Its
appearance leads tho doctor to eupposo it to )''
bo bo, and I understand that Sir Morrell
Mackenzie will probably try to remove a '
portion to-morrow, which will bo sent to Prof.
Virchow for examination.
A telegrum from San Romo, received hero
this afternoon, says that oiu of the Sccro-
tarics of tho Gorman Embassy in Rome is ex
pected thero to confer with Prince William.
It adds that tho condition of tho Crown
Princo has grown worse on the way from
Alessandria, whero His Imperial Highness
conversed with several of tho railway onlciuls.
Hoai'beuess sot in again on Thursday,
The Russian telegraph oflicials or the Ger
man frontier havo received ordorsto forward
no private telegrams relating to health of the
Emperor William or that of tho German
F1CS AND THISTLES.
Iowa is ostensibly a prohibition State, tint there
are nevertheless 110 wholesale and 8,415 retail
liquor dealers In It who pay a special tax to the
The largest gamo preserve la tho country Is
owned by tho Sportsmen's Club, of Pittsburg.
It Is located In the Cheat Itivcr conntrv, and covers '
nn area of several hundred square miles. ;,
Walter Lewcllln, of Durham, N, C, has the ,
greatest curiosity of the county In tho shape of a Vj?
Dominique hen which possesses on each aide of Its W
head a diminutive horn, curled up liko a ram's. "
Mlsa Mary Mitchell, a young lady of St Joseph, J
Mo., went to ihe cemetery one afternoon last week ?t
to strew flowers on ber sister's grave. Overcome M
by grief she lell prostrate on the grave, and died '
there soon after she was discovered. .' I
J. G. Sheppard, of Beaver Dam, N. C., dug op '.
from a marl pit In his plantation last week an im-
mense bone, which Is supposed to havo belonged to ?i
some prehistoric sea monster. Tno bone Is over a
yard In length and weighs thlrty-sevea youads.
The citizens of Seymour, Ind., aro preparing to
erect a monument at the burial placo of the victims
or the "ilgeon Roost" mastacre, which occurred
near the site of tho present city, Sept 8, 1813,
when twenty-two settlers wero killed by the
Mrs. carton, of Meredith Centre, N. II., care-
lessly threw a dust pan lull of rubbish Into the
stovo the other afternoon. A railroad dynamite
cartridge lay concealed in the heap, and the store
was shattered Into bits, Mrs. Clifton narrowly - ,
escaping serious Injury.
Whllo Jefferson Davis was the guest of the oltw
lens of Macon, Ga., they presented him with U .
bottles of brandy, tt)i bottles or whiskey, 8 bottles V
of gin, 11 boxea of clgare, 4 cases of champagne
aud IT bottles of other wines, besides half a gallon ,'
of olivo oil and ono jug of Curacoa.
Euzene Field, tho brightest and mott pnllshed of
tho Western hnmonats, came Into a loitune of
$70,000 on attaining bis majority and apenl the 6
bulk of it In a gorgjous tour of Europe. Bo Is J
now connected with a Chicago newspaper which .;
paya him a salary of $100 a week. .
In the Indian encounter at tho month of the l
Little Big Uorn Itiver, directly after the Cnster i
massacre, Private Heath, of Company E, Fifth
United btatis Cavalry, saved tho life of his captain, J
George V. Price. In recognition of tbUservlo '-j
Capt. Pilco has deeded Heath a BOO-aero Kansas 3;
farm, valued at $10, ooo.
Whllo out bunting recently la Todd County. , v
Minn., John Aultman, of Little Falls, discovered .'
the bones of a hunter who had beea eiten'by -
wolves. As he stooped to examine them the &
auituala surrounded him and he had to fight for his M
life. Ho succeeded In killing seven of them and -a
reached home la safety.
Surveyors who are locating the lino of the Wash-
lngton and Ellerton Itallroad, in Georgia, nnl Vi
from the deflection of their Instruments that there a
must bo Immense quantltlesof Iron bolow the sur- 9,
face This discovery has waked up the citizens of "3J
Wnshlngton, who already dream of rivalling Bir- ft,
mlngham In Its Iron output ?
II. F. Snedlgtr, of Iroquois, Dak., has a prairie m
yacht In which ho skims over tho country. It con- 5j
shits simply of an ordinary road wagon to which M
sails aro attachoJ, and there Is a steering appratus m
In front He recently travelled from Iroquois to M
Huron, a distance of eighteen miles, man hour 38
and a bolt, with a light wind.
Iteuiiirkuble Pistol Shooting. M
From IA CMcaao IWiioK, JS
In a shooting-gallery in Louisville bangs a valua- m
ble pistol, one worth about $100, which la tbe pro?- .MB
erty of whoever will come and take It after fn!- $
filling ono trilling ecuditlon. The condlt on Is that n
he ahull equal a teat in plstol-ahootlng once per. s
formed lu this same gallery. A target was set up 4
the usual distance for pUtol practice and about ;
the white a moderat ly large ring was drawn about 3
as wide at any polDt on the tlrcnmfcreuceasa a
quarter of a dollar. On thla ring ttrty marks wet ,1
nude, so that Ihe centre of the target was aur- ,1
rouiuied by a circle composed of llfty white spota. Jj
These; were marks, ninpetttora having dfiy snout fl
C4Ch, William Hanlon, oue of the famous aero- j
batK, Is a great pistol shut, and, some yean ago, J
succeeded In makina- tho remarkable score of fo"T; i
nlnb out of dfty possible bits. Tola core has
never been equalled, and the beautiful puuoi
offered as a prize still nongi in the gallery a trail -
lnr an owner. '