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K ; f' v THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1887. ' I
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Bf THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10.
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mpgt October, 3887 8,470,380 Copiet
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H ASABOBrS OLOBTHG 80EHB.
Km IdJtoo, the most desporate and foroclous of
W& ftp entire gang of Chicago Anarchlita,
jJjjeheatcd tho gallows to-day by nearly kill
H lag hlmsolf . That ho should havo boon able
Kit 'to soouro a bomb at this stage of tho pro
HP seeding, is a severe rcflootlon upon tho looso
Wbo. methods of the jailors.
mfg,'- This sensational development will hicrcaso,
Kj if poasiblo, the interest of all Christendom in
BgV o dosing scones of the tragody of Anarch
EjC ten enacted at Chicago.
Vh It is not strange that London, Berlin, Paris
H& Bid St. Petersburg look on with anxious con
mm tern. The dynamite movement was born of
mm' Old-World tyranny. It is a desperate reao
Hf& Hon, against evils that do not exist hero. It
BR. Is well that it should be stamped out, and
Kg nothing will do it more effectively than "to
& let justico toko her course in Chicago.
j1- Th Would presents, as is its wont, the
Hv fullest and most graphlo report of the pre s
Kit it phases of this romarkablo feature of nine
Bp leenth century civilization.
mi THE BOOM- TRIAia
HRr,, OoL Pillows roitorates to a Would re-
ft'jporter that he will "try tho Boodle cases in
HjOch order and as promptly as the lmpor-
HjL taaoe of each case and the interests of publlo
Hpj justice shall demand."
jHtt ' Good 1 Shall Otutx or Sm come first
BrT to the bar under this rule T
Hp We do not doubt that Col. Fjcllows means
K What'he says. But neither ho nor the publio
USl yt realizes the full effect of the rejection,
H toy the votors, of the man who moro than any
HI'- Other porsonifled the purpose to push theso
Hl We do not like to prodiot that not another
Rru Boodle Alderman will be oonvlcted. But wo
Bk put upon record the belief that at a rtrult of
Rj? eUt ejection U iriU found cxtrtmtly difficult, if
Bs-' pot impottOU, to obtain another conviction in
JK Time will tell.
il BABBLDft THE TBUTE.
Js ren that form of childhood known as
Kp senility sometimes verifies the proverb as to
R," those who Bpeak tho truth.
R 'The editor of tho Sun babblod tho' truth in
M this fashfon when he advertised his dotage
Bi by confessing that his reason for abandoning
fo the support of Nicoll " relates to Tub Would
itieU .' Ho has just blurted it again in
H Whining to the editor of Tux Would i "We
mW. ' V that you had never come to Now York."
H "Pity tho Borrows of a poor old man." He
K& 60 longer knows how to Ho with plausibility
Hf ct;,.? tell the truth with disorotion.
fc-.jv . i i i .
Wk! 4 OOBFO ITIOK BULE.
R Tho Manhattan " L has ust hold what is
H&V' J own as on election.
Kjf It does not appear how many voters par-Kph-
Meipated in this remarkable contest. Nor
HRg. Soes it matter, for shekels, not men, con
Kd' trolled the polls. The United Plutocracy
B& a tho field swept everything before it. Of
BJli' eourse a ringing series of resolutions wore
S5t tdopted by the directors, indorsing them
K,, selves and heartily approving their post
Ife polloy. Armed with this indorsement, they
me, I turolly did not hesitate to unanimously re
Bj elect themselves.
jF Tho entire proceedings would be uniquely
OS eutraceous if not so familiar. Here is a pub
Cjjl Uo highway, built in the publlo streets, de
K pendent upon the publio for its existence, its
ISf privileges, Its patronage, its enormous divi
Ujt dendo on its real cost. And yet tho publlo
Ew h hardly a word to soy about its manage
Ef( meat or mismanagement.
E If this is not a legalized outrage, will some
KL eao please tell us what would V ?
W&' A TBIBUTE BOTH WATB.
mfa- Vx. Niooll ran behind in every district
where the Boodle Aldermen and their
Hk friends control politics. He ran ahead in
MJ' every district where their influence was not
mm ' fa aa-ysis of the returns is most instruo
mWfy ?T; In Oii'a district ho got but 1,139
Hp' atof 0,000; in Kline's, 8il out of 0,650, in
H&; O'Xzz l's, 1,833 out of 6,160; in Suiils's. who
HK? presided at a F6ws meeting, only 1,187
HJ,: out of 8,800; in Jms'b, with the " boss " in
K Sing Bin g, 1,607 out of 6,600; in Fablxt's,
KJ IaMr.NicoLL's own district, Gbant had
Btp- Wajority, while Nico.'b mojority was
fTl.740 " an indoreemont by the jury of the
K vielitago,1 of which IthaTe a right to bo
A MteiV'UiiU. Iu Sk Vowj-'s district.
Willi m mm&wMum
Hiooix ran 600 ahead of the Brpnblicau
ticket. In all the better districts tho record
was the some. Nicoll recolved at least 25,000
of the best Democratio rotes an indorse
ment to be proud of.
0PEH THE BOOBS.
Is it tho Metropolitan Museum? Or is it
the Puritanic Museum ? If it is to bo con
trolled by narrow Puritanic notions, let us
change tho namo. But if it really is the Mu
seum of tho metropolis lot it bo oonductod
in accord with the almost unanimous sonti
ment of the poople.
Open tho doors on Sunday.
Arc the treasures of art within its walls in
tended for tho delectation of tho few or for
the benefit of tho many ? If it is meant to bo
tho people's Museum, as is undoubtedly the
case, then make it accessible to tho toilers on
the only day that thoy can visit it.
Open tho doors on Sunday.
Many oxcuses havo bcon mado why this
cannot be done. Kouo of thorn aro adoqnato.
Tho timo is ripe for a moro liberal policy.
If any loan collection is in tho way send it
home. If tho Trustees doubt tho tono of
publio sentiment Tins Evenujo Would will
enable them to learn what tho pooplo wish,
Open the doors on Sunday.
UBS. CLEVELAND AT BRIDGEPORT.
It is a very kindly and characteristic act on
the part of Mrs. Cleveland to com o all tho
way from Washington to Bridgeport to assist
in the dedication of a homo for working girls.
Moreover, it is pleasant to note that Mrs.
OiVzland docllnos to allow tho "socioty"
of Bridgeport to tako up her time or intorf ore
with tho distinotlvo purpose of hor visit.
Two thousand working women aro waiting to
soo hor, and sho will dovoto horsolf to thorn
Mrs. Cleveland could not pass her timo at
Brldgoportin better " socioty " than that of
honest working women, or among thoso with
a higher appreciation of hor charming qualities.
Mr. Fellows will now bave an opportunity
which any publlo man might covet that of disap
pointing his foes and critics by a clean, efficient
and nncompromUlng administration of nls ofllce.
Au York Tritmn't.
Tint Would has already expressed tho hopo
that he will mako tho most of it. But Mr.
Fellows has anothor opportunity that of
disappointing about 76 per cent, of the men
who voted for him in tho belief that ho would
be "easy" on law-breakers. Wo hope ho
will be equal to that also.
Tho accuracy of The Wobld's election re
turns, surpassing thoBo of all its cstoomod
contemporaries, is attested by tho polico re
turns. Tho vote for Coox was given in a 0
o'clock edition of The Wobld at 110,373.
Tho colleoted polioo roturns mako it 110,781.
Some of tho othor papers had it 10,000 too
small. Tho othor Wools figuros were more
complete and oorroct than anything given on
Tmt Would is ahoad with the nows every
time. It was tho first paper to spread
the story on tho street to-day that An
archist Linoo had been nearly killod in his
cell by a bomb. It is hardly necessary to
add that the first news from Chicago to-morrow
will appear promptly in extra editions
of Tub Evehinq Would
Daw Lauont hits tho bull's-eye close to
TaaWoni's shot when ho says: "I do
not see how tho Bepublicons con hope to
carry Now York now. They hod many things
to their advantago in this contest, and if
they were over going to carry the State they
should havo done so this timo." Six times
and out I
A sorrowful organ remarks that " tho New
York Bepublicons need to import from Ohio
a few practical ideas respeoting political cam
paigning." This is a hard rap at Fi rr, H
oooz, Evabts Co. to ask them to ait at the
feet of frothy Fonc xn.
Mayor Lathobe measures his insignlnoanoe
in publlo by deollnlng to receive a statue,
presented to Baltimoro, from tho hands of
Lawyer Wis, because that gentleman had
opposed him in tho recont municipal contest.
Tho former Bepubllcan majority of 60,000
in Iowa has boon cut down to a beggarly
plurality of 18,000. Ono more year of
fanaticism will make tho State doubtful or
Jem Smith thinks that he can " beat Sulli
van." The owners of several British yachts
have been cock-sure thoy could beat the
Yankee boats. But they didn't, all tho samo.
A bomb was nover put to a better use than
in blowing Lmoo's head off, even if it did
St. Louis has an instalment of the serial
story about directors who do not direct. To
A loss of 20,000 in the Democratio majority
in Maryland shows how ring rulo operates in
London's Lord Mayor should know hotter
than to endeavor to compote with Joint L.'b
Jo Manlet grows hilarious on very- slight
The Perverse Press.
First Fautnger It u strange bow perverie
Second Faisengtr Yes, I've noticed that tnjielf.
Now I like to have my name sppesr In print every
dar, but I can't set It accomplished.
Flrit FaManger-la that so t It's entirely differ
ent with me. 1 Use to keep my nam out ot the
papers, lly the war, wuat u yoar bailneu r
second Vaslenger I'm an actor. Br-what U jour
Flrat Pass eager I'm a professional bank barg-
WUy II. Pelt So.
(roH lit Si. I,ul CIl.J
First St. Paul Citizen Hello, Joneal bow do you
Second ClUzen Ah, I feel all torn up.
1 ' What's the matter with jout"
1 expect 1 on tho streets too much.
J M !.' ofcirt, 4 Jrfif ... . i
OUTLINES OF SOCIETY TALK.
HE. WILLIA- .ALEXANDER AND MI88 rAD
DOCK TO BE MARRIED TO-DAY.
Mr. IMrrard Lyman Hliort to Wd Mlaa Anna
I.UInsatoa Petit In ZUn Church This
Afternoon Mlaa Mary Alice Itnaarll, of
Torrytotm, la be Mnrrlrd to Mr. Fred
eric It. Lowla New York Society Items
jf'V VEN election weok
yJPI IVr3? k num?jcr ' weddings
fefefeJJSaVV in this town. After
i iuRc-SrSv lllhS' '1(J recorl f t'10 l,as
il?irlllU'M 8' weCK lnny k ox"
llJlSf J-J OT ' l)ec'"l '" "how somo
iWi invftVOT '"IU"! off- The mar-
hit tNnIi riati0 ot Mr WiUittm
l l)i (WxlU Aloxunder oud Mis
OhJI Hlunr I ''rttnc'B Grilon 'am
) sfflr 11 I rtook w"1 Uii0 ,lnco nt
vsswlS inn ? 1 0,8 p M" tot'ny at tl'
wlwjy Church of tho Heaven-5-ly
Best. Fifth avenuo
Sr-T, :,'.-P nnd Forty-fifth street.
" The Bov. l)r. Hhlpman
of Christ Church, will offloiate. Tho wed
ding gown will bo of white satin, with satin
and molro train and front drapory of orn
broidorcd mull. Tho corsago is in V stylo,
with elbow alcoves. Tho tullo veil will bo
fastened with a diamond crosccnt. Tho
brldo will carry white roBCS. Dr. Samuel
Aloxandor, a cousin of tho groom,
will bo tho host man. Mr. PorcUol
Lowell, Mr. Evart Wendol, Mr. Austin
Oothout, Mr. Samuel Sherwood, Mr. Honry
Aloxandor, jr., and Mr. Frauklyn Paddock
will bo tho ushors. Miss Mabol Marquand,
MissCarolino IIoo, Miss Louisa Barry nnd
Miss Annlo Paddock, a Bister of tho brldo,
will bo tho bridesmaids. Thoy will woar
canary-colorod faillo Francaloo, with ovor
drapories of crc'po do litso. Tho corsagos
will bo small V's braided with gold, and with
ongol sleeves. Thoy will carry yellow roses.
Tho recoptlon aftor tho woddlng at tho homo
of tho brido's parents, Mr. and MrB. Frauk
lyn A. I'addock. of West Forty-ninth
stroot, will bo only for tho relatives nnd im
mediate friouds. Among thoso present will
bo the followiug.namod porsons;
Dr. and Mrs. Howard Croiby, the MUsol Irving,
Mr. aud Mrs. Arthur Dodge, the Missel Turnlss,
Mr. 'and Mrs. Itobert (Hoc, the V.Uses Hoe, Mr.
Kugone lllirirlni, Mr. James A. llarrlinun, Mr.
Oliver Harninan, Mr. John Klngsford, Mra. Liv
ingston, Mr. and Mrs. Loavlti, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry O. Marquand. Mr. and
Mra. Marlon Btory, Mr. John Bncrwood,
Mr. and Mra. Charles Tracy, Miss Vau Doscr,
Miss Lockwood, Mrs. Ijiwreiice Waterbury, Mr.
aud Mrs. William Schcrmerhorn, Mrs. George
Hchcrrncrborn, Miss Florenco SchlofTclln, Miss
Margaret HchlcfTtlln, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest II.
Croiby, Mr. Norman Wbltchouse. Mr. and Mrs.
Kidney Dillon Itlplcy, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pot
ter, Mlts Ilertha I'otter, 'Mr. and Mrs. Todd,
Mr. and Mrs. Frances Klvos, Mr. und MrB.
Charles 1'ellew, Miss l'ellew, Mr. and Mrs.
John Cowdm, Mr. and Mrs. William Ulodgctt,
Mrs. Deujmnln Bristol, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Hooio
velt, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Bhepard, Mr. and Mrs.
llorrowo, the Misses Jlorrowe, Mrs. chauncerM.
Dcpew, the Mlstcs M. Taylor Pyne. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Edwin A. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Eggleston. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris K. Jeiun, Mrs. Grlswold (iray,
Mr. und MrB. Douglas ltoblnaon, Mr. and Mrs.
ClatcDcc Carer. Mrs. Uoyd Aiplnwall. Mr. and
Mrs. James W. Alexander, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry
M. Alexander, ir. and Mrs. Archibald Alexander
and Mrs. F. A. I. Barnard.
Mr. Edward Lyman Short and Miss Anna
Livingston Petit, daughter of Mr. John J.
Fetit.-.wlll bomarriod to-day at 8.80 o'clock
this afternoon at Zion Church by the Bev.
Dr. W. F. Morgan, who will bo assisted by
Mr. Charles L. Short, a brother of tho groom.
Tho bride will wear a gown of heavy white
fros-graiu Bilk, with train and V corsago and
rimmings of Duohesso lace. Tho voll will
bo of tullo, and the ornaments will
bo a pearl ueoklaco with diamond
pendants, a gift of tho groom, and othor
diamonds. She will carry white roses.
Mr. Henry A. Short will be the best man,
and Mossrs. Howard Townsend. Philip Liv
ingston, Alfred Conkling and John T. Wain
wrlght will bo tho utjhors. Miss Emily M.
Petit and MIbk Mary Lyman Short will bo
the bridesmaids. Thoy will be dressed aliko
in white faille francaise, cut walking length,
with ovor-drnperios of point l'csprit laco.
They will wear short tullo voils and will
carrv bunches of La Franco roses. Tho re
ception after tho wedding will bo at tho
homo of the br,ide, 20 West Thirty-seventh
Quite a large wedding to-dny will bo that
of Mr. Frodorio E, Lowis, grandson of tho
late Moses Taylor, and Miss Mary Alico
Bussoll, of Turrytown, whioh will tako place
at tho Church of tho Holy Spirit, Sixty.
sixth stroot and Madison avenuo, at 4 p. M.
Tho nuptials of Mr. W. St Jrrs Hatch and
Miss Minute L. Bobinson, daughter of Mrs.
Charles P. Bobinson, will bo celebrated at 7
o'clock on the evening of Nov. 23, at tho
Church of the Heavenly Best.
Mr. and Misses Jan it) Blade and Miss Slado,
who is studying art, will remain in Paris dur
ing tho winter.
Tho cards aro out for tho marriage of Mr.
Bichard William Elliott and Miss Emily
Fiuok, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frodorick
Finok, on Wednesday, Nov. 10. Tho cere
mony will bo at 4 o'clock at St. Augustlno's.
Mr. H. Corblt Ocden. of 857 West Twenty.
eighth stroet, and Mr. llolmos, of Ellznboth,
colobrate their mutual birthday, and also
that of tho Prince of Wales eauh year at thoir
altornato homes. Last opening tho dinuor
was ut Mr. Ilolmcs's' home. Thcro wcro
twolvo at table.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Goodersou, ntfo Bon
nett, will rocoive on Thursdays at their now
homo, 101 East One Hundred und Fifteenth
street, on their return from thoir wedding
trip to Niagara.
Mr. Ward McAllister, of 10 East Sixteenth
street, gave a dinner on Tuesday evening.
Tho taulo was decorated with yellow roses.
Mrs. Benediot, of 10 West Fifty-nrBt street.
gavo a luncheon party to-day. Mazzetti
Mrs. C. Loworro, of S3 West Fifty-third
street, will entertain a number of friends to
morrow o cuing.
Tho first annual dinner of tho Gamo Asso
ciation will be givou on Monday at Pinard's.
Mr. D. Tior, of Westchester, will give a
largo reception on Wednesday in honor of
tho marriago of Mr. Arnow and Miss Tior,
Tho Bov. Dr. O'Connor gavo a dinner last
evening at Dobbs Ferry.
An anniversary reception will be glvon to
morrow ovening by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bur
detto, of 1S5 West Forty-uinth street.
Mrs. Everett P. Wheeler gavo a dejeuner
party this morning.
Mrs. Edward J. Brown, of 10 West Thirty,
first streot, will give a reception to-day.
Tho marriago of Mr. Henry Barstow Piatt,
of this city, son ot Senator Thomas O. Piatt,
and Ml Grace Phelps, of Wilkosbarro, took
place at tho Franklin Street Methodist Epis
copal Church in that city last evening at 8
The Acrobatlo Candidate
( (A Bo,(aa CVwritr.
Into the gay saloon hi strolled
With free and easy air,
And quickly for the drinks be called
For everybody there.
The glass he grasped, his band he raised
And said, " Coino up, boji, come;"
Then on Hie crowd ht amlling gated
And drank success to rum.
Be drained his glass, paid for the treat
And then the candidate
Went oat and met upon the street
A temperance advocate.
'Hal bsl" he cried, "give me your Cat,
I'm proud to meet a foe
Of rum, a prohlbitlonUti
The rum shops, sir, moi t got".
TUEjINEW b. ando. dihectort.
Major Fnnsbern Tells of the Bright Volar
f the Iload.
lirXOIAL TO TUX KVZKIXO WORLD. 1
PiTTSDuno, Nov. 10. Major J. O. Fang
born, late Assistant Genoral I'assongor Agent
of tho Baltimore and Ohio, Is in tho, city, and
asked about tho coming annual election for
directors of the road, ho saldi "I
think thcro is no doubt of the elec
tion of Mr. Spencer to tho presidency
and Mr. Lord to ono of tho vico-prosi-dencies.
For anything I may know, Mr.
King is not to lcavo tho Baltimore and Ohio,
Ho is ono of tho brightest men in tho rail
road sorvico in tho United States.
His work for the Baltimoro and
Ohio In its efforts to get
into Philadelphia was wonderful,
being both intclllguit nnd effective. 1 feel
confidont that tho snydicato will havo
nothing to say in tho selection of tho official
list. It wants tho road operated in au intel
ligent maulior, knowing that if it is it will
tmy. Mr. Gorman, I hardly think, will bo in
tho now directory.
Ho is anxious to get tho bed of the Chesa
peake aud Ohio Canal from Cumberland to
Washington, in order to let in the West Vir
ginia Control nnd Pittsburg road to Washing
ton and Baltimore. It will not go his way for
somo time yet, howovor. Tho Baltimore
and Ohio futuro is brighter now than over. It
will get into Now York over the Beading and
Bound Brook route, and bocome ono of the
best of the lines east of the Mississippi. Tho
present complications will bo safely disen
tangled, and tho road will be all that its
brightest prospects ever promised."
GEN. TRUMBULh BEFORE OOLESBI.
An liarneat Appeal In Dehnlf of the Con.
(SrXCIAL TO TBI EVXMIHQ WORLD.
SrniNoriELD, 111., Nov. 10. Following is
Gen. Trumbull's spocch before Gov. Oglcsby
in bchnlf of tho coudemnod Anarchists :
"May it plcaso Your Excellency, as an
old toldicr who has fought with you
on tho battlefields of tho Bopubllo,
I ask permission to say ono word
on tho Bido of clomoncy. What I havo to bov
about tho fairnoBs or unfairness of this trial,
I havo said in a littlo pamphlet whloh Your
Excellency does mo tho honor to say you havo
already road. Yot I simply w ish to add ono
appeal for morcy. Throo weeks, ago in tho
city of Chicago, was unvoiled the statue of
Abraham Lincoln, and tho orators told us
thon that mercy wus the crowning glory
of Lincoln's majesty. Your Excel
lency, you wcro Mr. Lincoln's
friond, your namo is now history,
and it must go down to posterity in company
with his and liko his. I hope to see it con
nected with tho samo holy blessings bocauso
of magnanimity and moroy. When our ohild
rou unveil your stutno, ns thoy will somo day,
I beliovo tho orators of that day will say, as
tho orators in tho city of Chicago said tnreo
wcoks ago, that tho characteristics of tho
martyred President aud your characteristics
resemblo ono auothei, and that moroy was tho
crowning glory of your inagistraturo as it was
of Abraham Lincoln. In bohalf of
tho families of thoso men, in behalf of tho
men themselves, in behalf of thousands and
hundreds of thousands of pooplo who symp'o
thizo with them in thoir mistortunos, I fm.
ploro Your Excollenoy to show moroy in this
BAD NEWS FROM TUB CROWN PRINCE.
All Berlin Is Anxious and Distressed Tho
SriCIALOLX TO TUX XVXXIHO WORLD. 1
Bejblin, Nov. 10. This morning nows from
San Bemo is vory bad. Tho consultation of
doctors has established (the boliof that the
Crown Prince is in a doplorablo state. Great
anxioty and distress is felt hero.
A Western Coat Famine.
SrXCIAL TO IBK XVXMIMO WOILD.l
FiTTSBUBU, Nov. 10, Western Pennsylvania Is
suffering from drought The Ohio Itlver la so low
thst coal fleets cannot pass down, and,
as a consequence, a coal famlno Is Immi
nent at points bolow Wheeling. Prices
have advanced at Cincinnati, Louisville
and St. Louis. Tho miners aro Idle, but have not
withdrawn their demand for an advance. The
Arbitration Committee, which was to discuss
tho age question ot the river coal miners
for the coming season, has indefinitely
adjourned, and unill tho nvor rises and coal can
bo shipped again the miners will ha e to remain
Idle. Haln fell thla mornlnr. but there was so
little as to be only an aggravation.
William Tloaxdiunn' Public Bequests.
(SPECIAL TO TUX XYXXIXO WORLD.
IUitTKORD, Not. 10. My the will of William
Boardman publlo bequests are made as follows t
Hartford Hospital, $10,000; Larrabee Fund
Association, $9,000; Charitable Bocloty,
Hartford, $3,000; Old People's Homo, Hartford,
$1,000; Methodist Church Extension Society, $1,000;
Infirm Preachers' Now York East Conierenco,
$1,000, and Oram Memorisl University, Athens,
Tenn., $1,000. The estate Is valuod at $300,000
and goca to three children.
A Nearo Outruao In Florida.
(SrXCIAL TO TUX STENINU WO&LS.
Jacksonville, Fla.. Nov. 10. An emigrant
family while camping out la West Florida were
attacked by negroes on Saturday night. Ihe
father of the family was wounded and a daughter
abducted. Tne girl was rescued by fouror;0ve
hundred lynchers, who aro In pursuit of the out
laws. m an
A New Counterfeit 820 BUI.
(arXCIAL TO TUX EVEKIMO WO&LD.)
Newark, Nov. 10. John 8. Dell, ot the Secret
Service In Nowark,haa just discovered a new coun
tcrfclt $i0 bill of tho series of ISM. The ink rubs
If tho scrip Is dampened, but otherwise It la a
clever piece of woik, and many of the counterfeit
bills are supposed to be In circulation.
Albany I'.locls u Ilepubltcnn Senator'
SrXCIAL TO TUX XVEXIMO WOBLD.
Albany, Nov. 10. Full official returns just
filed elect Itussell, Republican, to the Senate from
Albany by a plurality, the cloieat fight In Albany's
Registered at the Hotels.
At the Grand Hotel Paymaster J. E. Cann, ottbe
Lieut. E. L. Zallnskl, the Inventor of the dyna
mite gun, Is staying at tho Windsor.
Senator W. E. Chandler, of New Hampshire,
U at tne Fifth Avenue Hotel with his wife.
Lord Dennet and hit friend G. de S. Hamilton,
of Loudon, England, aro at the Albemarle.
Capt. J. J. Vaudergrtft, of the Standard OU
Company, Pittsburg, la an Albemarle guest.
Gen. Joseph U. Hawley, of UariforJ. Is among
the recent arrUals at the Murray Hill Hotel.
Clinton II. Mcneely, the Troy bell founder. Is at
the Gluey, as la also Martin Maloney, of Philadel
phia. Wayne MoVeagh, of Philadelphia, Attorney-Gen.
eral under President Garfield, la at the Fifth
Capt. Q. II. Wheeler, American Consul at
Shauihal, China, arrived at the St. Jamea Hotel
J. K. Uargreavcs, a prominent manufacturer of
woollens, of London, England, Is quartered at
St. James lletel.
B. Morley, H. A ! II. Barry, B. N. ; H. Kent,
It. N. , and S. Lo, It. N., all of Uermuda, are re
cently arrived at the Stunevant House.
Congressman Oeorge West, of Uallston, Is at the
GraniTCentral Hotel and ChVla Von dar Ahr, Presi
dent of the bL Louis llaaeball Club, Is registered at
the same noitelry.
Ex-Judge George P Comstock, of Syracuse,
who a aisled Do I.unncy Nicoll In ihe argument of
the Sharp case before the Court of Appeals, arrived
at the Windsor last evening.
John Newell, of Chicago, President of the Lake
Shore and Michigan Southern Itallroad, and L. C.
HlKglus, general purchaalng agent for the same
company, are located at tho Clarendon.
Gen. William II. Seward, of Auburn, Is at the
Windsor Hotel with his wife. He, with his brother,
in-law, ex-Senator T. M. Pomeroy, of the aame
tilaoe, are attending a meeting ot directors of
tba Am mean Expie company.
OPEN THE DOOBS ON SUNDAY.
GIVE TILE MOPLE A CHANCE TO VISIT THE
Gen. dl Cesnola Is In Favor of Openlna the
Museum on Hunday, Bnt He Want Money
to do It With lie Thinks That tho Mu
seum rthoulil be Kndowed Curator Good,
year Explains tho Financial Hltuatlon.
i i i - aonh Y the groat majority
(is oftl ' ow or citizens,
C-3 yyVKM '10 0Dcn'n8 ot tho
Pi OJtUMI LffiS r Mctropoli n Musoum
vrsillljfnfn fl L ot Art on 8untiay"
tJgWc yPP- ir vovlA bo heartily ap.
(SOfQjnln iTI 7 proved. The pnst
tpSfMBr" ISJ yoar or two it has
iwM El iRe" m1(lc(l to ts treasutes.
TIwb5.5bII 11$ Ocnorous benefactors
yUfflSyotftf ig IjS; havo so enriched its
4y jp Bjf ptfe collection of paintings
lAl V'Jw Hhat It Is tho foremost
Jey Vj ( vT I ' P'cturo gallery in tho
luJ LVSk 1 L i 'nnl' JnilK0 Henry
li)w&rj IIilton Cornelius Vau-
kMM&-- Mcrbilt, George I.
)fll. k,'fc' y, Miss Catharine
L. Wolfo and sovoral others havo presented
valuable works. Tho moro perfoct the
Metropolitan becomes as an art gal
lory tho stronger grows tho fooling
that its doors' should bo oponod on Sundays.
Moro porsons could avail themselves of tho
chnnoo to visit it on that day than on any
other. Many can visit It on no other, and
thoy aro those who would enjoy visiting it
moro than others, and who would profit
greatly by it.
Nothing can be clearer than that an Insti
tution lor tho benefit of the publio should bo
mado accessible to tho public. Without
doubt tho Museum authorities, in setting
apart certain days on which no feo should be
charged for admission, solectod those days
with somo consideration for tho convenience
of the publio. Thoro seems to be no suf
ficient reason why tho day of tho week
on whloh people can best como is not ono of
thoso on which the musoum is thrown open.
That tho Metropolitan Musoum will admit
tho publlo to its exhibits on Sundays at no
very distant time seems evident. It rests
with tho trustees to draw the bolt which bars
tho doors to Sunday visitors.
An Eveninq Wohld reporter called on
Gen. Louis P. dl Cesnola, Director of tho
Museum, and Prof. William II. Goodyear,
Curator of tho Department of Paintings, to
see what thoir viows wore on this point.
"If you ask my own personal feeling in
tho matter," said Gen. dl Cesnola, " I am in
favor of the Sunday opening. I have always
been in favor of It. I was brought up in
Italy, and all my visits to museums were
mado on Sundays. The viows of tho trus
tees on tho point are thoir own, of course."
"Now, as director of tho Museum," con
tinued Gen. di-Cosnola, " I can only say that
if the Museum is to bo opened on Sundays
tho additional expense for this must bo do
frayed. Tho building of the now wing and
other outlays havo considerably increased
our expenses. Tho Musoum should be en
dowed. If there wore money enough, I
would open it on Sundays, light tho gas and
give a froo lunch," ho added, pleasantly.
"The money for running tho musoum is
chiefly drawn from private contributions.
Thoro is noed of a permanent fund. Tho
work and the expenses of the Museum are
increasing yearly. This coming year they
will bo heavier than ever, owing to the now
wing. About forty-two men ore necessary
for tho work of tho Museum. Catalogues
havo to bo printed, cases havo to bo made,
tho building has to bo heated, and so on. All
theso things cost monoy, and tho monoy is
Mr. Goodyear expressed his own viow as
ontirely favorable to the Sunday opening.
"Possibly thoro is in tho publio mind a
slightly erroneous idea in regard to the Met
ropolitan Museum of Art," said ho. " Many
look on it as an entirely public institution,
and honco feel that if tho publlo demands
tho Sunday opening tho doors must bo
thrown open. This is not quite correct.
It is more truly a private institution, com.
posed of wealthy gentlemen and patrons of
art. True, the city allows it an annual ap
propriation, and in consideration of this the
publio is admitted freo four days in the week.
The additional sources of rovonuo aro tho
admission fees on tho two pay days, tho sale
of catalogues and tho income from invested
funds, which last year was $7,780. This is
Some of tho trustees are opposed to the
Sunday opening, others, and thoy are the
larger number, aro in favor of it.
The city's annual appropriation to the
Metropolitan Musoum of Art and to tho
Museum of Natural History is $15,000 to
each. Last year the city offered to add $5,000
moro if the museums w ould open on Sundays,
Tho'Museum of Natural History was inclined
to do bo, but tho Metropolitan did not accept
tho offer. This year tho city has done noth
ing moro in tho matter.
Sho Und the Detective Arrested.
William F. Glover, a private detective, twonty
nine years old, of 630 Second avenuo, was ar
ralgned at Jefferson Market Court to-day, on a
charge of disorderly conduot. Mrs. Emily Noble,
a widow, who lives with her two daugh
ters Julia, seventeen years old, and Emily,
fifteen years old at T Patcbcn Place,
appeared as complainant. She charged that
Glover and anothor man named Connolly called
at her house yesterday afternoon and demanded to
see her daughter Julia. Glover, sho saldi wanted
in tee her child about somo bank affair.
Glover refused to produce bis authority, on
being requested to do so by Mrs. Noble, and she
caused his arrest. Glover explained, by way ot
defense, that he wanted to aee the girl la relation
to a lawsuit In which abo was to appear as a wit
nets. He was dlacharged.
An Abduction linda In Marriage.
Al Beeves, a banjo player, who waa arrested
yesterday on a chargoot bavlng abducted young
Era Dcnnlson from her borne In Al
bany, waa brought to tbe Jefferson
Market Police Court this morning. He
met Eva while playing an engagement In Albany,
and Induced her tu come to New York with him.
Ho took her to 881 'Elisabeth atroet. where her
mother found her. Mrs. Dcnnlion was
In court, too, and sho declared that
she would aee Justice done. Iteeves
said that be was willing to marry tbo girl, and Jus
tice Patterson aent a policeman with aim and Eva
to witness tbe ceremony. Mrs. DonuUon went
Beaten Over the Head with si Club.
William Golden, a longshoreman, wbo lives with
bla family at 60 Varlck street, dropped Into Joseph
Stclnhardt'a distillery at 466 Greenwich street last
night and tat down alongside of one of the casks.
He bad not been seated long when James F.Grady,
the bartcndcr,camo over lo him and began beating
blm on the head wltn a club. Other persons In the
place became frightened at tbe appearance ot
blood, wbloi Grady produced on Golden's bead
and face, and Policeman Tab waa called In. Tab
arrested Grady, and tbla morning arraigned hltn at
tbe Tombs, where he was held In $600 to answer.
A Bankrupt Commission.
The Emigration Commissioners will, It la ex.
pected, try to ralae some money at a special meet
ing thla afternoon. Tbe Secretary of the Treasury
hit not honored their drafts alnce last March, aud
heir la no money In their treaaury. Tbe employees
hope that wheu tbe lessees of the privileges cay
their rent there will be funds enouga to pay their
Escape of a Colorod Burglar,
George Johnson, a colored man, accused of a
burglary at Tompklnsvllle, 8. I., escaped yester
day afternoon from Capt. Cobb, of the Staten
Island police, on tbe way to the station-bouse at
Desertion, Drink and Rat Poison.
Annie Mitchell, of 1T6 Bleecker street, took a
dose of rat poison last night. She was deserted a
week ago and baa been drinking bard alnoe then.
She is now at 8t. Vincent's Uoapital, it la ex
pected that she will Moorer,,
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MRS. CLEVELAND'S TRD?.
She Starts for Bridgeport this Morning ta
Open tho Working Girls' Home.
A carriago was waiting in front of Mrs.
By bonus Hood's school, in East Fifty .third
street, to convey Mrs. Cleveland and her
mother, Mrs. Folsom, to tho Grand
Central Depot, whon an Evsxixa Wobld ro.
porter called this morning.
Doth Mrs. Cleveland and Mrs. Folsom
wero engaged in completing tho arrange
ments for their trip. Mrs. Itced, how
ever, rocelvcd The Would man pleasantly
nnd in reply to his inquiries mild that Mrs.
Clovoland was " just visiting hor sister-in-law,
Miss Clovcland, who is here."
"She leaves in a very fow minutes now,"'
Mrs. Itced continued, "and 1b going to
llridgeport to attend tho opening of tho
Working OirlB' Homo."
" Will Mrs. Cleveland go directly to Wash,
ingtou after leaving llridgeport V" asked tho
Oh. yes, I suppose so, but ronlly I don't
know " and then as the reporter modestly
asked how long Mrs. Clovelnnd had becu
in town Mrs. Iterd indulged In a merry laugh
and said : " Sho is here for just a fow days,
you know. Sho arrived yesterday morning
or rather tho night before"
Tho ladies saw Irving in "Faust" last
night, but beyond that havo not appeared in
A fow minutes after tho roporter left tho
houso Mrs. Clovoland and her mother ontered
tho carriage and were driven away. Mrs.
Clovoland looked in the best of health.
BCATTEREL UY A MAD D00.
The Bight Policeman an lTnnd after Two
Boys Had Been Bitten.
A numbor of children who wero playing in
East Twenty-sixth street on Wodnosday af
ternoon scattered in terror at tho
appearance of a mad dog that
dashed among them, snarling and snapping
right and left. James McWonand, four years
old, of No. 219 East Twenty-sixth street, and
Thomas Monks, thirteen yeaas old, of No.
430 Second avonuo, wore not quick enough
and wero bitten on tho log. Tho MoWonnnd
boy had reached his home aud was making
a desperate effort to run up tho stoop whon
tho sharp fang of tho cur puncturod tho
fleshy part of his log.
Policeman Michael Offoldt arrived at this
moment, drow a rovolvor. took good aim,
and put a bullet in tho dog's bodv, bringing
him down. Two moro well-directed bullots
in tho brain killod tho beast.
The two bitten boys wero romoved to a dis
pensary, where their wounds wero cauter
ized. Then they wore scut homo.
ELEVATED RAILROAD FIGURES.
Nearly Halt n Million Tickets Dropped In
the Boxes Dally.
The annual business statement of tho Man
hattan Railway Company contains somo
interesting statistics. For instance, in round
numbers ono hundred and flfty-nlno millions
of nickclB wero passed in to tho ticket sellers
for faros, and that number of " pink trip
Blips " wero dropped into tho ticket boxos on
the four elevatod roads. This means that
nearly half a million, or, to be exaot, 439,000,
passengers aro carried daily.
Of course tho Third avenuo lino does more
business than any of the others. It carried
06,575,154 passcngors lost year, or about 182,
000 every day. That was moro than t wico tho
business of tho Second avenue lino, a third
more than the Sixth avenue lino did, four
times as much as was done by the Ninth
avenue lino, and moro than was dono by the
Sixth and Ninth avenuo lines together.
The gross income of the Manhattan was
$8,102,603; operating expenses, $4,070,449 and
net income, $3,182,212.
ON THE WAT0HF0B CHOLERA.
The Bnrgundla'o Passengers landed More
Health Officer Smith permitted tho 2C4
Italian immigrants on the Borgundia
to land this morning. Tho vessel ar
rived last Sunday from tho Mediter
ranean and was detained at Quarantine for
observation. Both passengers and ship have
been thoroughly cleansed and disinfected
and no sign of cholera was discovered.
Tho steamship Eubella arrived from tho
Mediterranean this morning. She has 210
immigrants on board, and although they aro
tu good health, thoy and tho vessel will be
detained for observation.
The detained passengers of tho Alcsia.nnd
Britannia aro doing well, although measles
still prevails among tho latter.
TWO FIRhMEN INJURED.
A nook and I dder Truck TJpaet In Turning
Too Sharp n, Curvo.
While returning from a chimney flro at tho
residence of Mr. Charles O. Pomeroy, 3 East
Thirty-fourth street, early this morning,
Hook-and-Laddor Truck No. 2 was upset at
Fifty-first street tfhd Fourth avenuo. The
men seated on tho ladders wore thrown vio
lently to the ground and two wero injured.
James Battler, foreman, escaped with a
gash on tho head and somo severo bruises,
but William Dennis, the driver, broke his
knee-cap. Ho held on to the reins pluckily,
and prevented the frightened horses from
The accident was caused by an attempt to
turn too short a curvo. This is a common
error among firemen.
Tbe Flrat In the Market.
One of the Interesting tights in Falton market
this morning was a consignment of fresh caught
Kennebec salmon to Mlddleton & Carman, the
very first that has been received In the market this
year. There were eight In all, one of tbem weigh
lug over twelve pounds, and beauties they were,
as tbey.lay.together on the watte marble tlao.thow
lng their sleek, glistening slues and symmetrical
The first fresh salmon In the market are always
regarded as fancy llsh, and these, of course, weie
mapped up early in the morning by eager pur
chasers. The price at which they were told waa
80 cents a pound. After tbla time receipts may be
expected to be more liberal, and ptico will de
cline, although tresh sal mon never becomes a drug
on the market.
Yonng bnt Violent Partisans.
Twelve.year-old William Lyon waiheld at tbe Es
sex Market Court this morning for knifing ten-year
old Isaao Kupfer, and politics la alleged to be the
cause of the difficulty. William and other Juvenile
uattlots were celebrating the Democratic victory
by a bontlre In Itutgera Squaro wheu Isaae, who la
auspeoted of Republican tendencies, came along,
was hooted and finally was stabbed In the back.
William tearfully said It was an accident.
Burglaries on wg Island.
Burglarlea on the north side ot Long Island are
becoming frequent. Wltalu two or three weeks
about twelve or fourteen housea have been robned
In the township of Plashing and thus far no duo
has been obtained of tbe burglar.
New Note from Brooklyn.
Tbe trial of Policeman Stack, of the Flatbuth
police, who Is acoused of shooting Into a party of
excursionists at tbe llrtdgo Dock, a month or 'so
ago, waa begun before Judge Walsh this morning.
Tbe Inquest Into Ihe death of Joan Lena, who
waa shot aud killed In Front street, llrooklyn, dur
ing a qusrrel with Antonio Meta over a game of
oardt, will be held next Monday evening. Meta
denlta that be killed Lena,
Martin Arnude, a clerk In a grocery atore at DOT
De ltalb avenue, llrooklyn, waa arrested last nlgbt
on complaint of Llllle Hoffman, seventeen years of
age, who charged him with attempting to assault
ber while ahe was purchasing goods In the store.
Coroner Hooner aud a Jury will this erenlDg
hold an Inquest Into tbe clroumttanccs sur
rounding the dsath of Edward Smith, who, It
la alleged, while realities arrest tn Brooklyn fait
Saturday evening was knocked down by Folloe
man O'Cea, receiving loJulM from which be dlea a
lew BOMS uu.
ON STAGES HERE AND THERE.
A. M. PALMER'S COMPANY TO DESCEND ON
THE PACIFIC COAST. ('
Contracts Blgned for a Tour Next Summer
Cast of "The Great Fink Pearl" on tho
Iload Good Business Done at the Thea.
ires on Election Day Mr. Mothers May
Join the Adonis Club Coming Chnnges.
fTOUR of tho Pnciflo
coast will be mado by
Manager A. M.' Pal.
rner's entire company
next summer, con.
tracts to that effect
having been mado
yesterday with Mr. AL
Hayman, of San Fran,
cisco. Those con.
tracts wero simply to
carry out an arrange,
ment which was mode
last year, by which
tho samo company was
to visit Son Francisco
lost summer. Owing,
howover, to tho pho
nomeual succoss of " Jim the Penman,"
which scored an eight wcoks' run in Boston
during tho summer, My. Hayman consonted
to allow tho Madison Square Company to
dofor their visit to tho Paclflo until tho com
ing summer. Tho contract calls for tho com
ploto company, and Buch plays that may
hnvo boon produced during tho Now
York season. Mr. Hayman says ho would .
bo satisfied with " Jim tho Penman," without
anv othor plays, but Mr. Palmer who llko
Mr. Daly, is oxtremoly anxious for glory,
though bv no means despising lucre desires
to show tho versalitity of his company by
presenting othor plays. Bosidcs tho tour,
w hich extends west now to San Francisco and
back, tho city of Chicago is now incorporated
in Mr. Hayman's contract. The company's
season in Chicago was formerly under tho
management of Mr. MoVickor of that city.
Mr. Palmer's people will have a special train
provided for them, and will make tho trip to
San Francisco in thrco davs and a half.
It Is quite likely that William Gillette will
play in " Tho Great Pink Pearl " in this city
during the season. In fact, thoro is no say.
ingwhat Mr. Gillette will do, in his over,
whelming energy. Tho cast of tho peoplo
who aro to support him in " Tho Great Pink
Pearl " on the road, includes Charles Brad,
show, Raymond Holmes, William Cotton,
Frnnk Carlylo, Mme. do Naucazo, Miss Les
lie, Miss Sydney Cowell, Miss Loring, little
Elsio and Hardy Vernon.
It is rumored that Messrs. Robson nnd
Crano will show their versatility by becom
ing their own managers next year, and that
tho energetic Mr. Joseph Brooks will have
to seek fresh fields. Mr. Brooks has been
tho manager of this company for three sea.
Tho changes which havo been made in
" Wifo " at the Lyceum, render that play far
moro concise in form. It will stay where it
is. Prof. W. Frohmon has suspended all tho
rehearsals for subsequent work.
Thero will bo no change of programme at
Wallack's Theatre for sovoral days, " Caste "
still proving exceedingly attractivo to largo
audiences. Tho rehearsals of "School" are
so far advanoed that this second of the Rob.
ertsonian series will bo ready for production
next week. Mr. Abbey had been greatly en-
couroged in his reproduction of these cele
brated plays by the largo patronago they are
evidently intended to create. As soon as
"Bchool" is produced, " Forgot-Mo-Not "
will bo put in roheorsal. A
41. B. Lcavitt has closed a contract wi
the Hebrow Dratnatio Company, whioh in.
eludes sixty-five poople from tho Oriental l
Theatre in tho Boworv. for a tour of thirty
live weeks, starting at Boston and playing in
tho principal cities en route for the Paclflo
FIGS AND THISTLES.
Fannie Cook, the wife of a colored cltlzeu of Pa
latka, Fla., gave birth to foar children last Wednetv
day. She bad previously on two oce Ions pre
sented ber husband with twins,
A hermit named Henry Woods Is known to have
burled '$l,coo In a coffee-pot near the chufoh at
llartwell,.Ga., and the ground for rods around
baa been dug up by tramps In a vain effort to find
While James Ellis waa fishing la a slough abora
Hannibal, Mo., bis line caught tna sunken tree
and be thrust his hand Into tbe water to loosen It
Just then a large buffalo fish snapped at his fore
finger and lacerated It badly.
Dr. a IT. Craln, of Lafayette, Ind., bss beea
granted tho pleasing privilege of accompanying
Jay Gould on bis yacbtlng tour of tbe Mediter
ranean and serving as physician In ordinary and
medical curatorV) the millionaire. ,
The Untied States eats more raisins than any
other country in tho world, and rcllablo authorities
estimate this year's consumption at about t, 000,000
boxes of twenty pounds each, which, at an
average of $3 a box, represents an expenditure of
$4, coo, ooo.
When Sherman's troops foraged around Macon,
Go. , they plundered old Farmer Lowe's barnyard
and left him one solitary rooster. The lonesome
fowl was afterwards treasured wltb great care,aad
at Its death from old age last weok there was gen
eral mourning in tbe household.
A Palatka (Fla.) man named BUI determined to '
drown himself In tho St. John's Itlver and left a
note to that effect. Parties ot friends searched
the river for his body and found Mr. Hill dead
drunk in a barroom. Ho had braced up for tba
plunge so frequently tbat be entirely forgot b
The Russian Minister of 'War has offered prizes
In tho shape of promotion and Increased pay to
army officers wbo become proficient In the Engll
language, and, as a result, thore bai developed in
high army circles a craze for acquiring tbe Queen's
tongue that may be likened to tbe Bostonase pas
sion fot Itusslan.
Sam Johns, a Lcota (Miss.) negro, became tea
free with the woodpiles of bis neighbors a abort
time ago, and one of them loaded a few atloks for
bear. Tbey found tbelr way to Sam's woodbox ta
due time, and last week one of tbem blew his atore
to pieces. Bam was In tbe room at the time and
narrowly escaped Injury.
Tbe waters ot a small stream tbat flows Into the
Saskatchewan, near Pino City, are aald to be so)
thoroughly Impregnated wltb carbonate of 11
tbat any soft substance immersed in tbem turns
Immediately Into stone. Animals accldently killed
In the stream have been found to be so thoroughly
petrified as to resemble marble.
The Boston Courier says that a wealthy Mew
Yorker of doubtful antecedents found a moss- -grown
tombitone of ancient date and bearing tba
same family name as his own In aa English chares
yard somo time ago, and purchased It by bribing
the sexton. lt;ia now set up In bis sumptuous
library with a fictitious coat ot arms attaohed.
John Bugles, a wealthy quarry an, of Taylors
vllle, O. , It a sort of human dlvlnlng-rod ax far as
natural gas Is concerned. When near a vela of
gas whether It has been tapped or lies coscealed
nd unknown beneath tbe surface he feels as if
an Interne electrlo Current were palog throagb
body, addfalUtotaegrouadMlf .
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