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PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 10, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. 1H
Mortally Wounded by a Fulmi
nating Gap in His Cell.
Horrible Scene In the Cook
He Placed the Gap in His Mouth and,
Lighted It with a dandle.
Na One Know How the Anarchlit Gat the
Material Wherewith He mi Enabled
to Cheat the Callow nit Head
was Nearly Blown from HI
Body and Death Mint Be
suit Boon Terrible Spectacle Which
Met the Eje of the Prison Of
ficials Chicago to a Blaate or Excitement
tltllef that Util'i Act Han Nettled
the Fat of HI Cempaalon.
(irccUb to tint mvxnrsa Wo9.
OmoAoo, Nor. 100 a. h. Louis Lingg,
the Anarchist, Las nearly blown his head off in
. Ilk i grnTV A
hi cell with a fulminating cap. Tho jail
effloers trill not pormit any one to enter
the jail, and are very reticent about tho
Bow LingR Becured the cap found in his
cell is a myitary, as his coll and clothing
Vote again thoroughly searched yesterday
ttnd to all appearances the guards that sit
In front of his cell havo watched him
Cvcry minute. Lingg has always been
regarded as tho most dosporato Anarchist of
tho lot. It was ho who manufactured tho
bombs for the Ilnymarkot riot and in whose
Cell the bombs were found last Sunday.
PUT DYNAMITE IN HIS MOUTH.
At a quarter to 0 precisely, Lingg placed In
his mouth one of tho powerful caps UBed in
exploding dynomito, bent ovor and lighted a
candle and then fired it.
The explosion toro away both lips and tho
tongue, lacerated the faco horribly, blew
away nearly all the teeth on tho
left side and fractured tho lower
toaxlllary. Ho fell to tho floor with a
etifled cry and lay there in a convulsion of
agony, the blood pouring from tho ghastly
TIT Iklh TABD.
When the door was opened by the death.
Watch and the jailer the man presonted a
Bpectaole novor to bo forgotten. There was
little smoko from the explosion and tho re
port was llko that of a 22-callbro pistol
Comewhat muffled. Lingg was hurriedly
raised and placed upon his oot, and at first
Was supposed to bo dead. Tho blood pouring
back into tho throat was strangling him.
TUB WOUND MOHOUNCKD MOBTAL.
Bo was turned up on his sldo, his eyes
protruded and the sight seemed to havo bocn
destroyed. With his hands he made feoble
attempts to beat away the assistants, and
with a gurgling half cry, half moan, he
Boomed to be struggling to speak.
The physician, who was hurriedly sum
tnoned, pronounced the wound mortal, and
t this moment, one hour after the explosion,
he Is reported to bo rapidly sinking.
The instrument of death and manner of its
toe was worthy the man.
KIOmWOT H TBI WBHM.
port that it was a bomb hidden in a condlo.
If It hod boon a bomb it would hare blown
tho Jail to pieces.
Thero is great oxcltemont all ovor town
and all kinds of rumors as to what the effect
of Lines' act will bo.
N0I1THEAST OORItlDOn IN TUB tkltj.
Tho general impression Booms to bo it will
only insuro tho hanging of tho rest of tho
OOLESBT Willi DXCIDB TO-DAT.
Gov. Oglosby has Just announced by wire
that he will give his decision in the petitions
for olemency during tho afternoon.
At 11 o'clock Lingg was still alivo.
BOMBS ALL OYER THE CITY.
A Number of Infernnl Machine Found on
the West Hide Oeorge Fraud Train.
(incut, to tn xveuiko world.
OitiCAoo, Nov. 10 Bombs and infernal
machinos or things that oro alleged to bo
bombs and infernal machines continue to bo
ploked np all over tho city. In many cases
thoy aro "dummies" scattered about by
weak-minded persons who have a curi
ous hallucination that there is some
thing funny about scaring a lot of
timid pooplo Into hystorios. Soruo of tho
articles eoota to be real bombs, though why
tkeyfshould be put where thoy are found
no one knows. This morning a physician
living out on tho wost sido found on his front
porch a round box about threo finches long
and ono and ono-half inches in diameter. It
was Inclosed in t thick covering of brown
paper, on which was written: "Don't lot
any ono soo you open this. Two lives aro
Worth more than ono. Beware, beware. Tho
city calls upon you for help. Bo careful
Upon whioh end you open this."
Tho box was taken to tho Dcsplnincs street
station and found to contain a quantity of sat
urated gun cotton. Tho next development was
tho finding of a bomb on tho back porch of
another resldenoe on the west side by a let
ter carrier. It was a picco of steam pipo
about seven inches long, and to ono end of
Tins jxrxi And past or ttie county building.
whioh was attached a fuse. It was taken to
the Desplaines street station, and a plumber
was sent for to open it. Tho pipe contoinod
pieces of iron, nails, etc., and enough
dvnamlte to have blown the houso to
pieces. So groat is the terror of
bombs that anything in the shape of pipo
that is found anywhoro is Straightway pro.
nounced an Anarchist bomb, but in these
cases there appears to have boon an actual
attempt to kill somobody, though no ono
knew that the persons threatened wero par.
tioularly obnoxious to tho " Bods." Sensa
tional despatches about Anarchists leaving
-various cities for Chicago to make trouble
the day of tho exeoution come in evory day,
Ono from Newcastle), Fa., says that tho
Mayor of that town received a to legram to
day advising him to look out for an Anar.
ohist who had left Pittsburg for hero, en
route to Chicago. The man was seen at
Lake Erie Junction, but did not stop. Ho is
tall and thin, has rod hair, is slightly bald,
and wears glasses. He gives his name as
Keller and is from New York. He was in
chargo of forty mon, who were on the train,
each with a rifle.
Keller Bays 5,000 Btrango Anarchists will be
in Chicago Thursday and will provont tho
execution. His story bears tho appearances
of Truth, as tho men all had Chicago tickets
from New York. The mon refused to talk.
Several foreigners working here joinod them
at tho junction with Chicago tickets. The
police arrangements for Friday ore so
thorough that if any Anarchists really do
come from abroad with the idea of making
trouble they will find this climate very un
healthy for them.
Citizen Oeorgo Fronds Train callod at
Tub Would bureau to-day to bid good by
and announcod his early reappearance in New
York. He hod with him his manager, his
brass-buttoned messenger boy and a young
man named Adam Cottam.
Gottain was a prisoner in the Jail lost week.
He was a coachmen, and was arrested for
running over a little child. Train said ho
had been in jail eighteen months without
trial. He Was discharged Monday. Train
exhibited him as a witness to prove that tho
bombs were put bi Llngg's cell by ths police.
CotUmiTM cttployed ia elM&lsit tiw tcli.
Ho says that Thursday he oleauod and white
washed the colls of all tho Anarchists. Evory.
thing in Lingg's coll was taken out then and
carefully examined. Thero was no sign of a
bomb. Saturday af tornoon ho cleaned all tho
cells again and examined their contents, and
he is willing to swoar thorn, was no bomb
there, nor any such box as tho officers say
Llngg's bombs woro found in. Train made
Cottam eland up and deliver this statement
llko a schoolboy speaking a pioco.
Train Baidi "lam going back to Now
York at 0 o'clock this afternoon. I loavo
Chicago forovor. I am going back to my
bonoh in Madison Squaro and I novor will
speak another word to an adult as long as I
Iivo. I broko silonco to save theso men and
I have saved thorn. You need not fear, they
will not bo hanged. Thoro is no doubt about
that. But I want to get away from
this sky here. It Is a bod sky,
an oartbiiunko sky. Yon know I foretold the
blgfiro. I tell you now that that is a bad
sky, and it behooves ovory man that valued
his lifo to got out from under it. The papors
say I am a crank, but you will sea. I tell you
thoso mon will novor hang, and I am tho
causo of It. Tell The Evrnino Would that
I will bo back on my bench In Madison
MlinO WARFARE AT NEWPORT.
America' Navy RncreMfnlly Rental tho
Blatih Cartridge af Fort Ailnm.
rirr.cut. to Te xtxhino world. 1
Newport, Nov. 10. Tho attack upon old
Newport is over and tho North Atlantio
squadron has passed safely ovor tho subnio
rino mines and by tho guns of Fort
Adams, and ' judging from tho noise
mado by tho broadsides and howitz
ers, has laid that stronghold low.
The vessels of tho North Atlantio squadron
went outside about 0,30 o'clock this morning.
Tho seven submarino mines through
which a channel had to bo discov
ered for tho incoming squadron, woro
laid from a point to the southward of
Fort Adams, across to Conanicut Island.
Shortly after 8 o'clock the torpedo-boats of
tho squadron were sent out to discover a
passageway through tho submarino torpodoa,
and having found ono, returned and re
ported to the ships. Tho way was then
clear for the approach, and headed by tho
Dolphin, tho squadron came up towards Fort
Adums, all tho vessels woro in trim, ready for
action, with decks cleared and tops filled
with Gatllng guns. Whon tho Dolphin
had got nearly abreast of Fort Adams
the gnus thero were opened upon
her, tho steady fire being promptly returned
with broadsides and Gatlings. The Ossipee
come noxt, with the Itichmond and others. In
each case the precision and discipline at Fort
Adams and on tho ships wero admirable, and
brought forth many commendations. The
incoming of the squadron and tho attack
Er.e. w,i,t,n.0B8od, hy thousands of citizens.
Oastlo Hill and the fort ramparts being
crowded. The Blnps nro now an
choring near Coddineton Covo. preparing
for tho sham battle which is to toko place this
afternoon. Gonimnndor Waldo has chargo of
thenttaok. .Major Smith, of tho Fourth Ar
tlllory, was in command of tho defenses.
Invtlgatlna: Telephone Bate.
The Committee of Are members of the Assembly,
appointed by tho Speaker loit winter to
Investigate the telephone rates, met tbli
morning at si Cortlandt strait. IK E. Alne
wortti, of Oswego wis in the chair. Tno member
of tne oomirltlee were: Charles p. Bexton. of
Wayne; Samuel Conover, of Weatcncater; George
Dickey, of llockland. and J. J. lladley. of
Franklin, vniilam Weed, of Oswego, acted
as clerk. Bx-(!ongreuman John fl. Camp.
of Wayne, appeared for the telephone
companies. The nratoase considered wa that of
the Btaten laland Telephone Company, which Is a
ltcenaee of the Metropolitan Telephone Company
of this city. Bent -at-Arms Iua Boott, of the
Assembly, la with the committee.
Torn to Piece by Machinery.
TnOonnettACo.Emplrenat Works, In Block
street, Yonkers, yeaterday, George Swain
an assistant of the engineer, somehow
managed to get caught In the shafting of
tho machinery, lie was loatantly torn to.
plercs. The engineer noticed that something was
wrong about the raaonlnery and atopped hla en
gine, lie waa horrified when ha aaw Swaln'e
mangled body lying on tho floor. Hwaln waa
about thirty-Are yr old. lie ojrae from Mew
York, where h hi believed to have a family. He
had been In Connett A Co. 'a employ but a ahort
time. He waa eonaldered a earelnl workman.
How he became entangled In the shafting la no,
III Hlory Doe Nat I'nn Together.
The report putlu circulation last night by Ed
ward Q. Muller, an Inmate of Bailors' Snug Har
bor, to the effect that Charles Frederics, a friend
of his, o( Bcraaton. I'a., had commuted
suicide by jumping from tho ferry-boat
Bouthfleld laat evening, cannot be verified.
It waa learned to-day that neither Mailer nor
Frederics had been aeen In the places where Mul
ler said that they had spent the day. None of
Muller'a atatement can be corroborated. Mnller
himself waa having a hilarious time of It on Btaten
Island this morning.
Prove Ills Horae lata a Crowd.
Charles McGulre was employed by Henry Lots,
proprietor of tie Henry Home, of Itockvlllo
Centre, Iing Ialau'J. to carry Democratic voters
tolhepatlaon siectlonday. When within a dozen
yards of a crowd of polltlclabi congregated about
IM polling place be applied his whip furloualy to
his horses. It waa Impossible for all to get out of
the way. Kdward Matthews, of Uemnttead, and
Battel llhodee, confectioner, also of UsauMtead.
wewbott badly injured
BACK FROM NEW MEXICO.
Dr. Cnttanarh f4lvr Home Point About the
" Why, Dr, Onttnnnch I Back again ? How
many dead Indions?" A florid, well-built
man, who seemed to know ovcrybody In
tho Hoffman Houso yesterday afternoon,
must havo got tired of tho exclamations,
questions and handshakes. Ho had Just been
on a two months' western shooting trip, and
down in Now Mexico among tho Ajincliesand
Puoblos, and he has returned with three
dtarys writton full of his advonturos and
" It seems awful good to get hack to this
town," Baid ho to nn Evening World ro
orter, ns he pushed n bottle of his pet
Scotch across tho tablo. " I'to had all tho
Indians and cowhoyBaud camping out in the
last twenty.Blx days I want."
" What Bort of n tlmo did yon havo ?"
Oh, Immense." was tho reply, " but I'd
sooner flro and bllstor lamo horses mid cum
up Bick oucB In Now Yorkthnn llvo on n ranch
or under cunvass by a long shot. Thero's
enough wilderness about my place at Lako
Itonkonkoma for mo. I was one of a party of
six Mr. Bayley, the owner of tho
"O. X. O." ltanch in Now Mexico, and his
wifo: Mr. Manly Cnstlo, owuor of tho
ranch which has asabrnnd "8Sj" Mr. Wnl
tors, owner of tho "L. J." brand, and my
friend Mr. Shoriden. Wo started Sept. 1 anil
went first to Lord Ogilvio's plaoo in Colo
rado, and visited Kstos I'ark, at tho foot of
Long's Peak. Then wo went down to
Taos, in New Moxloo, in tho Cimar
ron Canon, and camped out with
tho Pueblo Indians, shot deer and
caught no oud of trout. I took out ono of
my phosphorescent spoons for catching bass.
I didn't know but thoro might be some bass
down thoro, and as soon as tho Indians saw
it they wanted to mako a trudo. I
Sot very friendly with tho war chief,
uan incento, and I said I'd put
up tho hook for a foot raco between their
boBt runners. I wanted to boo how fast thoy
could leg it. Tho son of tho chief and Jose
Archolotti ran for the flBhing implements
ond young Vinccuto won. Tho dlstanco was
about half a miio straight across tho prairio,
and tho runners didn't wear much of any
thing but moccasins. Tho Indian was
so dolighted when I navo him the
baBspoon that ho hung it, hooks ami all, on
his uccklaco, and an hour or eo after I had to
hack tho barbs out of his throat w ith my
jackknifo. He stood It like a brick. I novor
felt more liko laughing, but I had a certain
respect for that scalping knlfo of his."
'Did yon see any of tho Indian villages ?"
" Oh, yos, as soon as wo got to Taos. Tho
Indians llvo about thrco miles outsido the
Mexican vlllngo, whore not a slnglo word of
English is spokon. Tho Indian housos oro
built in pyramid stylo, with openings only on
tho roof. Ono of them is of adobo, Sovon
stories high. We saw Juan Viucento's wifo
and a littlo six-days' old boy of tho
chiof's which was about as largo as a fhe
cont loaf of bread. One of tho tribo of
Fuoblo Governors told me that his son was
in 1'hiladolphia at school and said that ho
sent him on thoro to becomo acquainted
with tho mannerB and Intentions of
the whites so that the PuoMob
would no longer bo cheated. This
Govrrnor says that all that the Indians re
ceived from tho Government lost year woro
two old ploughs and two hoes. Ho said that
ho know that moro was sent them, but sup
posed that some one had robbed thorn of
their share. These Indians do a good deal of
hard work, and it's a pity they should bo
charged with goods thoy nover get."
Tho doctor, unarmed, came upon three
Apaches one day in full war paint and could
feci a cold shiver run aroundthe place Vn his
head whero a certain lock of hair grows.
When ho gave his imitation of tho pronunci
ation of Juan Vincenta they said " Bueno" and
rode off. Most of the Apaches were up in
the mountains obeying their Medicine Man's
order to stay those until thoy got ovor tho
mumps. The dobtor had lota of fun mystify
ing tho Puoblos with his field-glasses and
Ono night Mrs. Bayloy gnvo a scream and
Dr. Cattanach awoke to hoar a scratching and
thumping on tho canvass roof of tho tent.
Ho fired his Winchostor at a durk
body which he saw outlined in
the dim moonlight and the body
fell heavily off tho side to the ground. In the
morning it was found to bo a big catamount.
The Evenino Wonu reiwrter saw its skin
yesterday. It measured a feet 8 inches from
the tip of its noso to the tip of its short
"bob1' tall. It looked aa if it might havo
belonged to a gtgnntia tortoiso-sholl tabby.
The Feathr Had to Io.
VoM IA. Chteog JYffcm.,
You remember, do you not, bow all of ths ladiea
used to admire peacock feathers T livery boudoir
contained a bunch ot them; every parlor was made
richer by their gorgeous Mots. They were even
oaed now and then aa a border to a frieze, and
they were fastened on screen, painted on plaque,
pinned on ourtalu and embroidered on
chain. But now, go where yon will, you
will see no peacock feathers. They ire ban
ished front hall and bower. Why t Ilecanse It
has been decided that they bring bad luck. Kven
faahlon couldn't stand agalnat that. They had to
go. The news spread rapidly and every lady,
anting down to reckon np the beginning of her bad
luck, concluded that It was when ahe bong ht her pea
cock feather. Tne ladlaa of the Woodruff Hotel
held a meeting and decided to bantah thtae omni
bus plumes. H they all went. All along tho
avenuca toe ladiea followed their example. The
aervants caught the Infeitlon and refuted to stay In
a houae where th exoukdto bnt fateful fealhere
were kept. Bo the comfort and pejee of mind of
the valaeat of birds 1 restored, for he will be
moleatea no more.
Jumped From a Moving Train,
(JYew t SirannaK JV.rt,
Adeline Davis, a negro woman, went Into the
Dull street ticket office of the Central Itallroad
yesterday and asked for a ticket for flve-mlle post.
Aslitant Agent Mnngezertold her that ha could
not sell her one, as she cosld not get off at that
point, but that h could aell her a tleket to rooter,
ibe nearest station. Bne bought a tleket to l'oolr
and left on toe op-bound psuengrr train yesterday
morning. Aa the train neared Ibe tlvc-mlle pott
and waa croaslng a switch, the woman Jumped
from the platform of the forward car. Bho etruik
the croastlFs, breaking her back and crnihlng in
hersknlL. A frightful gash was cut In her fore
head. One iboulder-Dlade was broken, and her
fleah waa torn and cut by the fall. Bne waa a
large, stout woman, and fell heavily, and died In a
few minutes after her Jump.
The Hnuth Attitude.
ffVowi IA. AvgmUt (7u.) Gatttt:
Southern papers and ipcakers hare dona entirely
too much (xplatnlog since the war. It la poor
policy and In wretched taste to be everlaatlmly
mating proteatatlosa ot loyalty to the old dag.
When a gtmieman'a word Is doubted there la an
end of argument. The South Is In the Union on a
footing of absolute equality with all the other
sections, and she acknowledges no censorship over
her sentiment In any State, section or party; and
the man who put himself In the attitude of an
apology for her past, her present or her fsture does
her a grievous wrong.
Fretty Nrurly Civilised.
(Vow ( Ctra$a Tli,l
The members of the Choctaw National Council
have been on a big drunk for more than a week.
The Indians manlfeat in so many ways a readiness
to adopt the usages of clrtllsaUon that with a little
ijitematlo and well-directed effort then la no
reason to .doabt that ther raigu be entirely r
, olal04 tton n MTK 04
ACCUSED OF ABDUCTION.
" ' O i
DR. 0. M. GOPP, OP Tins CITY, ARRESTED
ON BTATEN ISLAND.
The fltrl In th Caa I Kilty MoKrrnon, Who
Waa the Principal Wltne at th Trial
of Mydrrlou llolnrr nartmre The
Charge Mndei'by Her Father Br. Uofl
Denounces tho Arrest n nn Outrage.
farxciAL to Tmt kvxxiko wonm. 1
BTirtBTON, S. I., Nov. 10. Dr. John Goff,
of Si Eighth street. Now York, wns arrested
this morning at West Now Brighton, on com.
plaint of Patrick MoKernon.who charged him
with abducting his daughter, Kitty McKer
non, who is sovonteon years of ago. Ho was
given a hearing bef oro Police Justico Vaughn
Kitty MoKernon is the girl who figured
prominently fn the shooting caso of Dolores
Dartmooro. It will be romembored that
Dolores had a romantto history whioh was
hard to substantiate, and that sho shot a Miss
Jennings last August at West Now Brighton.
Dr. Goff mot Kitty during Miss Bart
mooro's trial at West Now Brighton, at
which Kitty was the principal witness.
Dr. Goff was an interested spectator
at tho trial during the two weeks It lasted,
and was a frequent visitor at tho Winchester
residence, whore the MoKemoni lived. Ho
frequently escorted Kitty to her homo from
When tho trial endod in tho conviction of
Miss Dartmooro, Dr, Goff, it is said, went to
board at Kitty's home. Kitty's mother and
father have not lived together for somo time.
Mr. MoKernon did not llko Dr. Goff. who
is about fifty years of age, being so intlmato
with his daughter and told him bo.
A fow weeks ngo Kitty left hor home.
MoKornou did not hoar of hor departure
until Wednesday, when ho went bef oro Judgo
Vaughn and sworoouta warrant, charging
Goff with nbductinn.
Dr. Goff vmB walking along tho main street
of tho village this morning with tho girl
when a policeman tapped him on tho
shoulder and invited him to call at tho Ser
geant's desk in the station-honso.
Tho trio than took tho train around tho
island to Judge Vnughn's oonrt.
On tho way to court tho Doctor said to a
reporter: "This is a most contompt
lIlo outrage. I havo had somo of
tho ohildron of tho family in my
charge for years. This girl haB boon In my
care for somo time. It is devilish to havo
such a trap Bprnng on ono.
Whan tho party reached tho statlon-houso
Justice Powers was awaiting thorn. His
horse was smoking with heat from fast driv
ing across country to bo in timo for tho hear
Ingboforo Judge Vaughn.
Tho doctor said, exoitodly to Judjro Powers
as soon as he saw him " Givo me a warrant
for grand laroony-aaainsi this man. I will
touch him a lesson."
At that Kittle laughed pleasantly and saldt
" It is horriblo to ho treated this wny.
" I ought to be old enough to do as I
please, although tho law says a person nmo
teen is only a ohild."
She lookod older than that then with a
look of doflanoe on hor faco, flashing oyes
and clinched toeth.
Dr. Goff was hold in $500 bail for furthor
examination to-morrow at 4 p. M. He could
not secure bonds and was locked up In tho
Then the whole party entered tha court
room and tho hearing was begun. '
Not Born to be Drowned,
tftoin (A. JTttim.tM An(fiM
There ti a sailor on Lake Michigan who seems to
bear a charmed life. Whan ths fury of tho gale Is
at Its highest and the waves an swaying In a way
that threatens to ongnlf every craft upon them, he
is In his element Ho sails alone in a Utile sloop
not thirty yards long, trading potatoes and apples
between Bturgeon llay and Manitowoc. He was
out In tho terrible storm that foundered the pro
pillar Vernon and came Into port In tho midst of
It. He had been out In a hundred storms beforo,
and he lived through them In hi little
shell, when stanch schooners went to pieces, but
he declared he had never berore been out In such a
fiale before, l'coplo who witnessed his coming
nto ths straight-cut at Manltowoo aay that the
sloop waa tossed about like a ohlp. It would dis
appear entirely and then bob dp again nntU dropped
from view between the next two ware. The old
man he Is seventy years of age was mighty glad
to get Into port.
'I wouinnt have given half a dollar for my
chances of living twenty-four hours," hi aald to
the throng of curious peoplswho crowded around
him when he reached hla dock, luat above " the
iron bridge." When that storm broke I took a
swig from my whisky bottle, grabbed the rudder,
held on aa hard aa I could and trusted to Provi
dence. I oxpected to be washed overboard ivery
minute. I can tell you. "
NobodT knows who the old man Is. Apparently
he ha neither kith nor kin. He Urea solitary and
alone. He bothers hla head about nobody, and
notiody about him. When an Inquisitive person
aaka hla nam, be replies that It la tne same ai that
of hta boat, and when a person looks for it he flnda
the boat goes without a name. Though three score
years and ten, the old man looka a gunt In health,
as h la in suture. Hla ruddy fac and red nose
contrast oddly with his gray beard and hair.
A New Counterfeit 920 mil.
tTECIAI. TO TIC EVKXtXO WORLD.)
Hkwabt, Nov. 10. John B. Bell, of the Secret
Bervlce In Newark, hs Just discovered a new coun
terfeit bill of the series of ISA The lokrnba
If the scrip is dampened, but otherwise It la a
clever piece of wort, and many of the counterfeit
bills are supposed to bo In circulation.
Threatened to Kill Mary Bocrru
On a warrant baued yeaterday by Juillce Patter
son at Jefferson Market two detective aergeanta of
Central omce arrested a dangeruua Italian named
Andrew Masaanto, a grocer, of et Watt street. He
had threatened to kill on alght Mra. Mary Hocca, a
countrywoman of hla. He was held for trial.
Dr. William O'Clermau Head.
HrzcuL to ma cvkmixo woam.J
NiwAitx, Nov. 10. Dr. William O'Oorman, tho
well-known physician, of this city, died to-day.
He bad been ailing for aom tlmo.
The Murluette Horror.
1im (A. tktltimort IliraU.)
A little wholesome legislation In the Molly Ma
gnlre style, with a few judicious hanging!, would
soon put a atop to the dive of Marinette,
DatDoirOKT, Conn., Nov. 10. Mra. Cleveland
win be present to-day at the opening of the Sea
aide Institute In tbla city.
Cincinnati, Nov. 10. Speaker Carlisle, In an
Interview laat night, stated that the reault of the
elections assures the reuomlnatlon and re-election
of Cleveland In lSnil.
br. Locis, Nov. 10. C C. Creclllni, cashier of
the auipcuocd Fifth Nations! Hank, has been ar
retoii,ctiarged with Iraud and forgery, rrraldeut
Henry OveratolU.who Is suppose! to be Implicated
in tho frauds, died yesterday afternoon.
Nbwbdbo, Nov, 10. ityall Miller was returning
from line lluah with a load of wood laat night
when hi hone became frightened and ran away.
Ill feet became entangled la toe line and he was
dragged three mllu orar IM routs toads. Uo
STRUGGLE WITH A PANTHER.
It Wns a Desperate Fight thnt Nearly Cost
John Patterson III Life.
I cw IA. Atlanta Cm'tltutlon.
John ratttraon and James Arrandale, while on
their return from North Carolina, ware attacked by
a largo panther about one-half mile from Clayton.
Patterson, having lived In a country Infested with
this ferocious beast, took In the situation at once.
It items that the animal fell upon Patterson fur Its
prey, due to the tact, no doubt, that be attempted
night npon Its discovery. The atrugglo that en
incd, and tho frantlo effort of Patterson to ex
tricate himself from the clutch ot his unex
pected assailant, were witnessed by hla partner.
The huge beast, with glaring eyes, sprang with
Its forcpawa npon Mr. Patterson, circling him with
a hug whioh almost bulged out his eyes. Tho
panther wonld first ahak itself to on side and then
to the other, evidently with the purpose of throw
lug Its victim to the ground, ratterson knew that
If he fell he would be Instantly torn to piece, so,
leaning against a chestnut tree by which he atood,
did hla beat to poise hlmaelf ao aa to maintain his
balance. Alter hard endeavors he managed to got
hla knife from his pootet, whlol he opened by
clasping hla arm aroundthe pantheil body. In
doing so he had to squeeze tno animal iharnly.
The panther aeemed to catoh the Idea ot the old
"backnand wreaUo" from this movement, and
entwining lu hind legs around Patterson's waist,
thare waa for a minute or two as pretty a wrestling
match as was ever witnessed on the arena. It
ended In a "dogf all," both coming down at once
and rolling over each other.
Arrandale In the mean time was not Idle, ne was
unarmed, and for a moment waa In a quandary
aa to what to do. Its aaw no mcana of attacking
the animal, but was too brave to thins of detetUug
hla friend In audi an emergency. He ran over the
ground looking for aome weapon. It aeemed as If
tne ground had been swept ol (vary oDenalve
object. At last he found a long piece ot granite,
sharpened on one aids and heavy on the other.
With thla bo determined npon a hand-to-hand
struggle wlih the monster, llunnlng up Just In
time to and hia frlsnd giving away from exhaus
tion, he delivered one atnnnlng blow on the pan
ther's head. This attack from an unexpected quar.
ter evidently aroused the fear of the panther, for,
releasing It embrace npon Patterson, It made one
spring across tha road and, with a piercing cry,
disappeared In tne dense foreat beyond.
As soon aa Patterson had recovered sufficiently to
do aothe Journey home was oonllnned. Uedld not
auttaln s scratch, but says that from the vloe-Uke
grip of the panther he feela a If every bone In hi
body had been broken. The panther on the night
following occupied tho front yard of Mrs. York, a
widow. She had no aruia of attack, bat had to
oloae doors, bar window and sit up in terror all
night, while the beast ouUlde oiled ths air with Its
A NOVEL WOMAN'S RIGHTER.
Kllznbeth Cady Htauton and How Hho Works
for the Cause.
irnm IA. 1-arll lltrald.
Mrs, Kllzabeth Cady Btantou leaves Tarts on
Batnrday next to spend the winter In England with
her daughter, Mrs. Btantoo Match. Mrs.Btanton la,
as ahe says, In the sunaet of life; but It Is a bright
and genlalaunaet, and bar face, with Us halo of
sliver hair and Its kindly smile, tell tho story of a
life ot lofty purpose. As tho "war-horse of
woman's rights " she ought to bo strong-minded
and disagreeable, but ah lint, and I have met
hundred ot women who did not believe In woman's
suffrage, and who did not believe In buiUes, who
were not halt so gentle and Interesting. ' I have
never failed, " she romarkod yesterday, "to take
advantage of any opportunity for pronagandUm In
reference to the woman question. Whenever I am
asked for my autograph I give It with eoma appro-
firlato sentiment, and I anvpoae tnt United Mates
a flooded with auoh production. I preach In the
pulpit whenever I am Invited to do ao, and do
my beat on such occasion to convince my biarera
that the illble teaches woman's right. In my
lecturing tour, a th oldest person present, I waa
often aaked to say a graoe, and finally I composed
one which I have aald thouiandi of utne to th
great astonishment of persona present. It run a
follow: 'Heavenly f.toer and mother, make oa
thankful tor all the blessings of this life, and make
ns ever mindful ot the patient handa that, oft In
weariness, apread our tablea and prepare our food.
Wo aak tbla for humanlty'a take. Amen.' Yonseo
there aro three gross herealcs in thla. Pint I ad
dress a heavenly mother a well a a father, then I
Imply that the tempUng meal Is due mors to the
good wlfe'B devotion than to the case of tirovl
donce, and lastly 1 put It all for humanity' sake In.
tead of tor Christ's sake. People nsed to be dread
fully sesndallsed by thla graoe of mine, bnt I know
that It often aet them thinking. Yon see, I nsed to
be ao annoyed to aee a great plethoric firmer ex
tend hla arms In an unctuous way and thank th
Lord for what hi poor llttl nervous wife had
nearly killed hetself In preparing that I took this
means ot doing Justice to my fellow. woman."
To Hrldge tba Dover Htnalt.
(rron IA. SI. Ju 0W''.
Now that tho Channel Tunnel schemo has bocn
knocked on the head, sn endeavor Is going to be
mado so the French engineering Journals say to
build a bridge over the BtralU of Dove. We have
heard something of the kind betoro, but the world
Is now favored with a few details of thla Interest
ing project. The bridge would start from a point
on tho French coast, hetween Cape OrUnezand
Amblcteuse, and end nt Folkestone. It wonld be
thlt ty-flve kilometre In length, would cost a mill
iard to build, arid would lie completed In seven
years. It would be high enough for the largest
vessels to pas beneath It, and ' In time of war It
could easily be blown np." M. Iletsunt, who had
a good deal to do with the cutting of th Sues
Canal, Is said to be the sponsor of this wild
A Doatoa Literary Woman.
Von IA. lltrli HtratJ.J
Mrs. Louise Chandler Moulton haa two peculiari
ties la conversation; one la that ahe almost closis
ber eyes In looking at you, and the other
consists of a curious modulation of the Voice,
a sort of purring, cooing effect. You fsel
a llttl uncomfortable In her presence, not
being perfectly sure whether ahe la mak
ing a fool of yon or of herself. Mra. Moolton was
met at the Normandy Hotel and asked ber opinion
about ike lettera ot a well-known London news
paper correspondent. "AS, "she replied, "does
Mr. ," mentioning hu name, "write for that
panerr You know I pay ao little attention to newt
papers. Write for them myself T on, yea ; I know
I stud off aomethtng every week to a Uoston paper,
but It' an awlul bore, nevertheless. I must eat,
onco la awhile, you know. "
The Porter Lament.
(rW A CAIcofu A'uKuadl.)
The moat dlagustcd coloie man in thoBtalot
tho porter ot the Home Insurance Company's
building. To aave the price of hla meals he act In
a dual capaolty. After hi "pottertcal" dalles
have been performed, ho walta on the table at a
well-known reetaurant, for wnlch senlM h re
ceives hU meala free. He was looking decidedly
grum the other day, and wtien asked the cause he
replied! "You aee, bow, I works hard all night u
pjrter, den I comes here and wiu on de table for
iny meal, and ue trooth Is, for de pas' lew days 1
doue got no appetite."
The nurglar'a Widow.
JYo IA. Chlcato rrliwu..
It was tbo burglar's widow
Her hoi tears fell like summer ralU
And plteously she cried:
Bt. Peler'll never let him
Inside the bleeaed gate I"
Hut came to her a sudden thought.
And she exclaimed! "Just wait,1
Then rose tne borglart widow,
And this 1 what ahe did,
Bho slipped his trusty Jimmy
'Now let old I'cter hold the door;
Jai'k will get In, you bet I
He's got his Jimmy with nun and
II never failed him yet 1"
A Demon la the Head.
Oatarrh commence In th haul and end wish eon
COAL BLOCK ON THE RMS. fl
READING EMPLOYEES REFUSE TO' MOTS M
GARS LOADED BY SCABS. vSI
Meanwhile Coal Denier In New York atnt $91
the Kant Are Clnmnrlng for Fuel to Servo 4H
Their Cnatomem The Coal Damn Say 'H
They Will Not aire In to the Demand rot H
More Wage. 'foal
arzciAi. to tux evxrino woitjj.I Bh
PmtADELrniA, Nov. 10. Tho new movotvi,H
tho miners out on striko keeps thousands oil -HH
tons of conl blocked on tho tracks, whileV'-JH
denlers in Now York and tho East aro olamor- JH
ing for fuel to sell. It has been decided by H
tho Exocutivo Board of tho Itottdlng Eallroad j9
men, nearly nil of whom are KnightaoflA. $H
bor, that no moro cars loaded with coot 4H
mined by non-union mon shall be handled sH
This decision was reached In Pottsville yasW, fH
day, and was mado known by Hooding em: flM
ployoos who attended tho meeting. . 1'FJbiH
Beginning to-day this policy will bo rigidly -4M
adhered to on tho North Ponn branch of the) 'Vl
Beading, whioh is the natural link betweea' i-M
tho Lehigh region and Philadelphia. All tha il
interdicted cool must come over the North jaH
Penti, and if any of it is accepted from the) IJH
Lehigh Valley tho Bending men will refuse "H
to handle it. sl
Tho men havo already In nt least three In-vVaaH
stoncCB rofnsed to handle non-union mined 'iB
coal. There are sevoral cars. It Is stated by iijH
Beading employees, consigned to this oitjnfijM
now sido-tracked on Ninth Btroot: A num. fH
bor of cars are also standing on tho malk ijH
lino on Pennsylvania avenue, and the meaH
refuse to movo them. For several day six oH
carloads of conl from tho Buck Mountain. i-'M
collories havo been on a siding at Bridgooort,! tl3HH
and the freight hands of tho Beading BalU.'ii-H
road openly declared that thoy would not f ft
touch the cars bocauso tho coal hod beeitcTLH
intnod hy non-union mon, who wero paid tew ?aH
than the miners had domanded. &H
NOT AN OBLIGING! CORPSE. H
A Man Froaonnced Dead Twice Bolero HsvH
found It Convenient to Die. Hamuli
(rYom IA ilmturj rail.) . ,)H
A prominent county official told a retnartMfjH
story lost night, bat deoltned to gtv naaet, 4
although be gave Ms solomn word that the state-.'H
raonts could easily be verified. lie said that a"X)H
Monday, Oct. st, an undertaker downtown re" 3J
colved a telephone message from another under- VH
taker In tho Lawronoovlllo district, liking &S-..H
to como out and embalm a body, tbei'iH
Lawrencovlllo undertaker not having' JjM
facilities for embalming. The downtow?B
undertaker went to tho house indicated and foua41-.H
what ho supposed was the corpse of a tean. IroArsflH
opened his satchel, took ont hla force-pump uadAljH
bottle ot embalming fluid, and prepared for tai, lH
operation. He then took hold of the arm of MMrlfaHH
supposed corpse to mako the usual Incision for too ' -..'SjB
Insortlonof the tube of the pump. As he lifted; ,'
hi arm h was astonnded to leotnemanopMMaH 'bbH
mouth and yawn, and discovered he was alive. He
hastily kicked his embalming materials wa4g ;tfJsl
ths bed and called the family, who at one) 3B1M
sent for a physician. The embalmer then learn , ''JHH
that th man bad been lying in a stupor for ntf,''.l91fl
threo months, during which he hsd been kept altrw , SLM
by Injections of milk, bnt that ths doctor bad. ,afljMJ
finally pronounced him dead. On Thursday, Oct-AH
il, the embalmer got word again from tho aae., 'dBB
undertaker that he had a body to embalm. Wb.'JBjMl
be went out he found It was the sime person he ,-vjaB
had visited the Monday previous. This ttBAiiH9aVjl
after he had got everything In readiness again, V.j9Bo
and had lifted the arm to mako the. tncWtoartaBB
th man not only opened hla mouth; but 1JMB
unclosed his eyes, looked at the embalmer tor a :XsVjl
moment, then, with a faint groan, rolled oyeTeai yHjal
his side and once more became Insensible. Tbe.'?B
embalmer hastily pulled the aheet np over hiss, .ijfllH
and th physician was tho second time seat fee, ,(3BB
On Wednesday of last week, Nov. t, the ceo- 'mHJbI
banner was once moro called npon, and foaad; JHJ
that for tho third time he was asked to embalm the aH
same man. Thla tlmo he found no further ovl-
ilences of Ufa, and concluding the man ought to be tfflH
dead, If ho wasn't, mado a euro thing of it and ,
embalmed him. :taVH
Wild IUde With a Madman. H
IFmn A OnaAa .) javJai
Yesterday a farmer by the nam of CUas 8eeTasvJ 'jjafl
hid in exciting scapad on ths highway wltfe -H
madman. Better lives some seven miles free,, v
the city and haa In his employ a young woman bfi'H
tho name of Meyers. Bhe has a brother Bme.tB
Herman Meyer. IUoently Herman Meyers bgativSM
to show signs ot mental disturbance and his insaa Jw
Ity took the religious form. At no tlm waa he vtol
lent, bnt hla eccenulttths finally became a bora .?
ibaBeever household and Mr. Beevers reolvi4ayfflBD
yeaterday to turn the young man over to the ooaatjrWMH
anlhtxiues at Omaha. Meyers accepted an InvHa.fc MBVJ
Hon to accompany Beevers to Omaha to lootctSsaCI
upon th wayward and ungodly ot ;? 3HH
place, and the two took a seat in a wagon. Om&SsVjl
their way to th city Meyers seemed to fathoa tssk '!
object of tho drive, and ho becamo violent and rjH
showed tight, lie grasped Beevers by tne throat
and awoto that he would kill him. A nind-to-hsasHA 9VJ
conflict took place between the men,. with the la- ?JBJB
eiu man getting tho belt of it when Oeeversl &
cries attracted several farm hands, who went to, JtflH
hi assistance. It tool the entire strength of )BBa
combined forces to overpower the maniac, whose 'i7SH
h.ndswere shackled to keep him from namUBC JiTasal
himself and hla conquerors. Meyer wis bronj flWM
to the court-house, where sn information In lunacy x.'hBiI
waa made against him and h was confined la taw UtMBM
Jail where he proved so disorderly and rampaat ?CaH
that It waa found necessary to put him In harness. );
He will be sent to tho asylum for tha Insane. )?
Tip From " The Evening World" Tick.' -'H
The complexion of neither the bullBOTot! AflH
cliques waa changed to-day. ,9jVl
The bulls maintain that stocks are too lew !H
already, and are bound to go higher. "'SH
Th New York and Nw Kngland flaBroad Hag JBM
wallowed up the Uouaatonlo Valley road. lH
The bears pin their faith in a speedily decllnta ObB
market on tho reported business (roubles ttroaft. 'jBB
out the country. , :9H
Tub Evbnino World's "Kxtra" telling tM '4YBB
tory of the tragic death of Llntg, the AnaroWia, 3flHB
sold like aot cakes on Wall sueeu , jjB-ll
A director ot tho Canadian Paelflo say tket .
$3.v ow, ooo of that stock 1 held In London aod. vB
lli.oov.ooo in Amsterdam. One banc In Amstar. .(a
dam holds $10, 000,000. ,.3Vjl
Dispatches to German bankers stated to-dty that N-HB
the markets are weak, and that there Is much ex- 4H
cltement owing to the belief of the epproseiusif
death of the crown Prince. o.'BB
Less gold his been coined during th ipsM t3H
year than In any year alnce 18M, while ths suvof iiSH
coinage exceed! the highest previous figures, aa4 3SB
more money la In circulation now Uan at any ttsse ?
In the history of the country. So says the report o JfR
tho Director of the Mint. 'IwB
Killed In a Printing Office. JlaH
Frank Horning, a fourteen-year-old youth, at H
1T5 Stanton atreet, while working la the prtattt H
office at 110 Attorney atreet. was drawn Into Um
machinery and killed at 9 o'clook this morning. laVsWsl
Prob Give Some Bad Weather h
(arxoiAX, to ths xvumia wold,1 v vsVaai
ft? Washington, Sov. V ,tH
JltfA j. I Indicator far t sSH
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