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THE BiVSEBAIL MEN MEET.
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LEAGUE DIRECTORS IN SESSION AT TIIE
A Stormy Session Predicted Tho nrether.
bood Intrenched at the Ilnrrett House
The Business of the Year Indoncd an
the Pennant Formally Awrtrded to the
Detroit Club Nichols U Not Reinstated.
Jrlght and early tbo Lcaguo delegates gath
ered at tbo Fifth Avenue Ilotol. A good
night's sleep had strengthened them for tbo
battle of the day. They greeted each other
pleasantly and gnthorcd in llttlo groups in
tbo lung corridors to discuss matters. It was
not a bright outlook for tbo Brotherhood.
The general impression convoyed was that
the players composing tbo order would not
bo recognized as an organization,
Tbo delegates, however, seemed willing
enough to admit the members of tho Brother
hood into the meeting and glvo thorn a hear
ing as individuals.
It is not known whether tho members of
tbo Brotherhood will accept Buch a proposi
tion, Thoy woro intrenched at the Barrett
House, and declared that tho League must
send for them.
Tbo mombers of tho Brotherhood forming
the rommitteo are MeBsrs. Ward, Morrill,
Brouthers and Ilanlon. Thoro is sure to bo
a hot fight over tho percentage systom.
Detroit thinks tho fact of her winning
tbo championship will make tho club
a strong drawing card and that
this fact entitles them to n percentage Bos
ton, on tho othor band, will mako a strenu
ous kiok against tho percentage system.
Arbitration may indtico tho big tbrco from
Boston to accept a compromise.
Tho directors were to havo met at 0 o'clock,
but the non-arrivol of President John B.
Day causod a long delay. They will bo in
session but a short time when tbo regu
lar League meeting will bo called. Manager
Uoraco 8. Fogol, of Indiniinpolls, has re
signed to accept a position on Sjiortina Life.
Tho resignation takes effect immediately.
This will leave a vacancy to be filled to-day.
From indications at noon it appeared that
tho meeting would bo a long ana stormy ono.
It will probably oxtend over until to-morrow.
At the directors' meeting, tho business of
the year was endorsed and tho pennant for
mally awarded to tho Dotroit club. Tho
meeting of tho Lcaguo was called at a quarter
past twolvo o'clock. President Kick Young
occupied tho chair.
A. H. Nichols, the black-listed player of
1887, mado application for reinstatement to
the directors ana was rbf used.
COUNTING THE CITY VOTE.
The Hoard of County Canvassers Makes n
Good Start nt Its Work To-Day.
President Honry It. Bookman, with n scar
let geranium in bis button-holo, sat in tbo
Council Chamber for half an hour aftor ll
o'clock this morning before enough Alder
men came in to form a quorum of tho Board
of County Canvassers. County Olork Flack
acted as clerk, assisted by Doputy Thomas F.
Tbo canvassing of the votes cast at tbo
recont olection began to-day with the Fifth
District. In tho returns of tho Fiftoonth
Election District tho figures for Surrogate
fend Judges of tho City Court wero found to
be badly mixed up. Tho returns woro re
ferred to a committee and tho inspectors
were sent for to explain matters.
Tho reading went on smoothly and rather
monotonously until tbo Sixth Assembly Dis
trict was readied, when things livened up a
little The Sixth is the second of tho tbrco
Assembly districts composing tbo Fifth
Judicial District, where a hot light was waged
between Henry M. Goldfoglo, County De
mocracy, and tbo Sitting Justice John H.
McCarthy, Tammany. Tho polico returns
give Qoldfogle a plurality of 297 over Mc
arthy in a total vote of 21,000. Tbo cauvass
of tho voters of tho Fourth Assembly District
confirmed tho polico returns unchanged, and
so far no errors havo boen found in the Sixth
District returns. Lawyer Charles L. Cohn is
in attendance to look after Mr. Ooldfoglo's
interests, and ox-Alderman Ryan scrutinizes
the returns on bobalf of Judge McCarthy.
, Tho Board expects to got as far as tho
Twelfth District before adjourning this oven
ing. Tho canvass will bo completod on
GLASS BEYELLERS MAY STRIKE.
All tho Firm Hut Two Willing to Grant the
Demands of Their Men.
Unless tho demands of several hundred
glass bovellors are accedod to this afternoon
there is likoly to bo a general strike. Seven-ty-fivo
men employed by Heroy & Morriuer
and Semon, Bacho A Co. are already out.
There oro a dozen firms in tho business,
and all but tho (wo above named aro willing
to grant an advanco of $1 per week, Tho
hands aro divided into roughers and smooth
ers, and they earn at pieco work
from $10 to $17 a week. Heroy &
Marrlner want their hands to do from
600 to 1,000 inches more per weok tlinn tho
men in other establishments aro required to
do for tho same pay, and Semon, Bacho & Co.
ore willing to pay their smoothers tho in
crease demanded, but refuse to glvo it to tbo
roughers, of whom thoy require 600 inches
moro per week thon other shops. ,
Tho men aro all organized as Knights of
Tips From "The Kvenlnar World's" Ticker.
Tile stock market to-day opened very strong.
There wero heavy baying orders from London.
Tho sales of stock up to noon aggregated SS3,SOO
B. V. White was a prominent buyer of Heading
on the floor to-day.
For the flrat tlmo In overajear Western Union
climbed up to 80 and above.
Despite the advancing market Mr. ISateman con
tinues to be a bear, lie looks for troublo among
Clew was a happy man to-diy on the advance In
J" wheat market. He was almost the only ball la
the Produce Exchange.
RThe temper of the boom was decidedly bnllish
om the opening, with Western Union and Bt
"Hi Ita apeolal features,
.i P? .M1onrl raclllo Railroad Company his de
cided to put on a fast train Instead of cutting rates
to compete with the Union Puctno.
ntXit blulIDf r Western Union in Iho London
S H5,?'UB helped the boom. Transfers of
nock will bo made by Baring Bros. & Co.
it0.cJS Kchllnso memberships, which sold lately
tnH.V0 ,ow' wcro "'d to he worth $82,oooech
lJl' sn4 '? u ln the Consolidated Exchange
11 Joo ,0 Te "dvanced between $400 aud
Many thought that onsreasou tor the booming
hliViT.. 7.M lno probable shutting donn df the
i Tfi,ih"J10"0,n.account 0l he decision In the
Intr! .!'' Thlon wouia throw loads of business
r into the exchanges.
2?e.-eet?,h0'",.uld not 5'o tip to-tlay, but
tlan?.Pi?.!")i1TJ0lnBar08n'uf business. Todd's
Sei57X.,niS",? " we" " other targe establish.
Smetnr.0 ?,,Mew ltrt.et ,n(1 Uroadway. The pro-
wuw"iny,cJ2& """ m war om' clma8
HISS CARPENTERS STOLEN LOCKS.
She inspects no One, and Thinks Short Ilnlr
Is licit for a Violinist.
" ' What shall I do with tho wealth of hair
thoso miscreants robbed mo of ?' Why, mako
a hair mattress. I'm suro thcro was plenty of
it, and so thick tool"
Pretty Nottio Carpenter, tho violinist, who
is at prcsout connected with tbo Gerster
Opera Compnuy, was the speaker, and was
telling the story of tho Iors of her hair. Yes
terday sbo went shopping with hor fathor.
She wore her hair, which is a glossv brown,
in long tresses reaching below Tier shoulders,
and caught by a single white ribbon near tho
Aftor returning to hor homo, 110 East
Twenty-fifth streot, Miss Carpenter un
suspectingly removed her bonnet and then
what remained of hor hair fell to the floor.
It bad'becn sovered by some sharp instrn
ment close to tho head and part bad been
stolen. Tho ribbon and elastic of hor bonnet
bad prcventod it from falling on tbo streot.
When an Evening Would reporter called
to sympathize with the young lady this morn
ing she appeared disconsolate. Sho is seven
teen years old, with a full round face, a fair
complexion and bright bluo eyes. Sho woro
a becoming pink morning costume, trimmed
with costly white laco.
" And bow did it happen ?" sho continued.
" Oh, I am suro I don't know. I'npa and I
woro together all tho tiino except for a mo.
ment in tho clovator at Stern's. He was at
tbo front and I in the rear. There wero somo
persons behind mo. though, indeed, I cannot
accuse thorn ; but I fool that it was there that
tho act was done."
" No, I folt nothing, not even a tug at my
hair. And there's not a soul I can accuso. I
have no enemies that I am aware of, but per
haps somo ono who has malice towards mo or
is Jealous of mo is tho guilty ono. It is so
unfortunate, for twico in London was tho
samo thing attempted."
" And how do you liko tho change. ?"
" Woll,I will tell you. Thore is ono ad
vantage in short hair, and that is, before
playing I can run my flngors through it, and
so strengthen my hold on my bow. All great
artists do that, you know, so perhaps it will
bo a benefit to mo. I am suro I do not know
but that I'm pleased as it is."
" Do you intend to place tho matter Into
tho bauds of the polico ? "
"Oh. yes. Mamma is going to Supt. Mur
s' Yes," interrupted Mrs. Carpenter, " if
some ono would just givo tho porson who
cut hor hair into my hands, ovon for u mo
ment, I would give liim all I possess, and tho
rascal who is guilty would nuver regrot his
deed but once, and that would bo all his
life." And sho spoko as though sho meant
what she said.
Miss Carpenter has had her hair trimmed,
and now it stands up quite becomingly.
ATTEMPT TO BREAK JAIL.
Two Georgia Desperadoes' Futile Endeavor
to Gain Liberty.
tSTICIAL TO TBI XTISIHO WOnlD.l
Atlanta, Nov. 16. Tom Woolfolk, tho
desperado who is soon to answer to a charge
of having murdered nine members of his immediate-
family, mado oh ineffectual attempt
to escape from tho Bibb County Jail yester
day. Whilo most of tho prisoners wore at
court for tbo purpose, of having counsel as
signed them, Jailer BirUsong's attention was
attracted by a scraping sound from the di.
roction of Woolfolk's cell. Creeping in un
observed tho jailer Raw the prisoner trying to
pry up a pioco of tho floor with a part of the
iron bedstead. There woro two prisoners,
Hauiago and Ketchen, on cither side of Wool
folk. Ramago was caught conversing with
Woolfolk, and then told tho jailer that Wool
folk had a knifo. The two prisoners wcro
removed and their cells searched.
In the top of tho water-closet in Ilamago's
cell was found a hole big enough to admit
the body of a man, leading to tbo closet in
Woolfolk'B coll. Marks of a saw were plainly
visible upon tho bars of tho window oponing
into tho jailyard. Tbo jailor made an in
effectual attempt to find tlo knifo which
Woolfolk was said to havot tbo desperado all
tho timo carrying on a lively conversation
with him. Birdsong got additional help and
ronowod tbo search. When ho got back to
tho cell Woolfolk amused himself by singing
a stanza of "Jesus, Lover of My Soul."
Birdsong found tbo knifo coucealod on tbo
upper ledge of the window. It was a com
mon double-bladcd knifo, both blades boing
carefully notchod s7 as to mako a capital saw.
Woolfolk and Raniage woro evidently in tho
plot together, but it is not known whether or
not Kitchen was implicated. Kitchen Is
nearly blind, but not long ago succeeded in
breaking jail at Mcltac.
Woolfolk will now bo confined in a portion
of the jail by himself.
HAWAIIAN REVOLUTION FACTS.
Dr. G. II. Martin, from Honolulu, Gives
Homo Interesting Details.
BFZCIAL TO TBI ITINIMO WORLD.
PittsdOro, Nov. 10. Dr. Q. H. Martin, tho
man in whoso honso the recent practical re
volution in Hawaii was organized, arrived in
thiB city thiB morning. Ho left Honolulu
Oct. 25 and brings later news than hns been
A special session of the Legislature was to
have been held on Nov. 8, at which tbo
dominant party intended to deposo tho Sea
rotary of Foreign Affairs. Godfrey Brown.
TTiis official was once a League man, but has
since becomo a monarchist, and it is believed
that his retention in tho Cabinet would re
store Kalakuua to tho supreme power.
Dr. Martin states that tbo royal family havo
impoverished a naturally productive country
by reckless extravagance and tho citizens
could stand it no longer. Nino men met at
his bouse ou Jan. 6 last and organ
ized tho Revolutionary Lcaguo, with
tbo intention of .establishing a Bo.
public. A constitution with that idea
was prepared. Thon tbo Loaguors joined
the Honolulu Rifles and succeeded indraw
ing that organization into their schemes.
Then tho King became alarmed and signified
his willingness to do anything. Tho con
stitution was modified so as to retain him inn
figurehead. Ho has only tho power of veto,
and that can only bo exercised with tho con
sent of tho Cabinet. Tho indorsement of tho
league's action was seen in tho recent
elections. when forty-six out of
forty - eight of thp nobles elected
and delegates wore Leaguers. Dr. Martin
says that Claus Sprecklesleft Hawaii because
he could not rulo the other sugar growers,
and that bis threat to ruin them by raising
beet-root sugar in California is all nonsense.
To-day is King Kalakau's fifty.first birthday,
aud the intention was to celebrate it in an
Arrested far Libelling the Hlxty-Flfth.
lirvcuL TO TUX ETINIHH WOULD. I
Tobonto, Ont., Nov. 10. E. C. Sheppsrd, edl
tor ot the .Vetw, was arrested yesterday by Deputy
BhtrlQ Uubrlel) of Montreal, on a charge ot libel
ling tho tilxty-ntlh French Canadian Itfglment
daring the NortaweM rebellion. Ho applied for a
writ of habeas.
CARNEY'S WICKED FIGHT
Ho Struggles Very Hard to
Knock Out MoAulilTo.
Seventy-four Rounds Fought in a Stable
Near Westerly, R. I,
The Breaking- of One of the Posts Holdlnsr
the ItlnsRope Causes n Wrangle and
Stops iho mill Carney Wns Then Fresh,
While McAullfTe Showed eilgns of Weak
eningThe llrlilubcr llnraged Ileruuae
AIcAnllfTe Dodgrd Ills In-Flghtlng Jlc
Aullflc Got First Illooil Mnny Clinches
anil Claims of Fonl Carney tho Wlrked
et Fighter In the World Tlmo or Fight,
4h. 68m. The Men to Meet Again.
(SPECIAL TO THE EVENING WORLD,
Boston, Nov. 10. After moetiugs nt Provi
deuco, H. I., South Framingham, Mass., Alls
ton aud Boston, tho light-weight champion,
Jom Carney, of Birmingham, Eug., and Jack
McAuliffo, of Now York, met at 1 o'clock
this morning in a ring pitched in a stablo
near Westerly, It. I.
Seventy-four rounds wore contested in 4b.
C8ni. 15s., and tho battlo wns not concludod.
Tho giving way of a Btako in McAuliffo's
corner as McAuliffo was banged against it by
tho Englishman gave tho ten men n side
present, and somo thirty moro -nho managed
to get tbcro, an oxcuso for breaking into tho
ring for tho third time and surrounding
Bcforee Frank Btovcnson, who waB appealed
to by tbo McAuliffo party on a claim that
Carney wns fouling their man by hitting him
below tho belt on his tender groin.
Stevenson would not allow tho claim any
moro than ho would tbo Carnoy people's
claim to tbo battlo and stakes.
Finally Btevonson gave his order to poBt
pono tbo fight till furthor notice, becauso tbo
owner of the stable wouldn't let tho rising
wranglo it bad become proceed any furthor
on his premises.
Carnoy, with a blackened leftoyo, was then
standing in the centre begging McAuliffo to
como on, whllo Con McAuliffo and Jack
Dcmpsey wcro holding tho American on his
McAuliffo has an ear on him as largo ns an
English walnut, an injured noso, both his
eyes nearly closed, and lumps and swellings
on forehead and ribs.
Tbo battlo was a slow and careful ono. Tho
fight was for $4,600. Tho nfalcb was origi
nally for $5,000. but the Williamsburgor's ill
ness and the anxiety of Carney to get tho
monoy made them accept $500 out of the
stakes and agreo to a postponement of six
The mon wore to weigh not more thnn 133
pounds eaoh eight hours before entering the
ring, and they scaled at South Framingham,
Mass., at noon Tuesday. Carnoy weighod
129 pounds, and McAuliffo 131 pounds.
Delays in getting together the peoplo who
wore to seo tho battlo and efforts nt shutting
out as many undesirables as possible, kept
tbo men from stripping for tho fray till aftor
midnight. This was so much gain for McAu
liffe, who was running up in weight overy
M'AUMFrE WINS THE TOSS.
Jom Carnoy, closely followed by Patscy
Sbephord nnd Arthur Chambers and Nobby
Clark, was first over tho ropes. McAuliffo
was handled by Dempsey and Con Mc
Auliffo. Tho toss for corners was mado with
a $2.50 gold pieco, nnd Dempsoy won it.
Carnoy croBsod to McAuliffo's corner with
$500 to back himself, and $450 was quickly
laid against it.
Carnoy was drossod in white drawers and
white sockB and woro black fighting boots.
McAuliUe woro bis usual bluo lighting
breeches and whito shoos. Carney's colors
woro the bluo bird's-oyo.
McAuliffo was all that has been said of him
recently, and his condition reflected groat
credit ou Trainer Jack Dempsoy. Ho is an
inch tbo superior of tho Englishman in
height and ten years younger.
Carnoy looked very fit, bnt showed as soon
ns bo put his hands up that ho was a trifle
Rtalo and not so good a man as when ho beat
Jimmy Mitcbolllast summer.
Miko Bradley and Billy Daley were chosen
THE FiailT BEGUN AT ONE.
A clock ou a near-by church towor struck
1 as tho men nnd thoir seconds retreated
from tho centra after shaking hands, and the
pugilists advnnced in fighting attitudes.
Both were careful at first i then McAulifl'e
was backed into tho corner of tho ring
by tbo Englishman. Cnmoy feinted a half
n dozen times. McAuliffo stretched out at
moBt to tho floor in his eagerness to cross or
straight-counter him. Tho blow came, a
left-hnudor, straight on Mac's right cyo, but
be ducked, though not quite quickly enough,
and the thump left a lump on tho recipient's
forehead. Carney ducked tho American's
cross-counter cleverly, but in a rally a fow
seconds later was knocked down handily.
Botting, which had boon 3 to 2 on Carnoy,
witli few takers, changed at once, and whon
tho Briton was taken off his feet twico more
in this round ono bet of $250 to $200 was
mado. Time wnB called as tho mon woro bat
tering each other at short range.
A heavy left-hand blow on Carney's right oyo
cheered tho McAuliffo peoplo to freer betting
as soon as tho second round opened. A rally
and somo iu-fightiug and tho stylo of tho re
mainder of the round gave a presage of
tbo rest of tbo battlo. McAuliffo's party
had decided to keep tho Englishman from
doing any of bis favorite in-fighting, and
their man was to stay in his corner and try to
wear Carney ont.
Tho exiiuisito scienco of Carney was shown
early in the third round when ho beautifully
ducked two of Mac's favorite left leads and
countered heavily on tho body in return,
Homo terrible punching was dono, mostly
by Carnoy in tho clinches, but tho McAuliffo
men yelled " foul " every timo tho two got
together, and Mno found the easiest way to
avoid in-fighting, at which ho was sure to gel
tho worst of it, was to hold on to his opponent
with ono or both hands until Ktovcnson, who
could not allow one man to punch while tho
other was clinched, interfered.
Carnoy had to begin to do all tho work in
tho fourth round, and hu chased MaAuliffo
all over tho inclosuro. Tho oxohaugosin the
next round wero great. McAuliffo scorned to
havo a liltlo tho better of tho straight left
hand nut-ficbtilig and to bo tho stronger.
Mac laughed whon Carnoy impatiently tried
to coax him to fight a round or so, saying:
" I'll givo you enough by and by."
Tho betting all through tbo battlo, whllo
tbo hottest seen at a prizo fight In years, was
also tho most fluctuating. The fifth round,
in which McAuliffo's waiting tactics camo
out very strong, closed with a bet of $20 to
$10 on Carnov. Tho sixth round was
cautious, and Carnoy kept tho American in
his corner, only (unnlligblm around tho ring
occasionally, but an offer of $100to$"5on
McAuliffo was made.
.Carney forced matters on i. Hampers s ail
vice in tbo seventh round, and knocked Mac
through the ropes in Ids own corner, where
about all tbo lighting of the " mill " took
place. Ono bet of $100 oven and nb'olhcr of
ttf200, also oven, offered on Carney wero taken
in no timo. McAuliffo bad the better of tho
loft-hand exchanges at tho close of this
Tbo McAuliffo mon who veiled " foul "
when Carney got in on their favorite at closo
quarters, cheered lustily when Mao got in a
swinging right on Carney's cheek during a
breakaway from a clinch, but subsided
quickly as they saw bow glad tho Corneyitos
would bo to havo in-fighting allowed by tbo
roforec. Carney was fought to tho ropes in
the last of this round.
Wonderfully clean work was dono in tho
ninth and tenth rounds. Bally succeeded
rally, and tho clinches woro quickly broken
by tho refereo, who cautioned the men not to
htriko, walked between them aud then told
thorn they wore frco to engage. An offer of
$300 oven on Mac was mado at tho end of tho
FIltST nLOOD FOB TIIK-AIIEIUCAV.
Carney got in a good ono on McAuliffo's
pyo early in tho eleventh, and the yells of
bis backers woro answered by a claim of UrRt
blood from Canioy's noso from tho McAuliffo
corner. It was awardod, although had Car
ney claimed it he could havo won this event,
for a littlo trickle of ruby flowed from tho
Tho lighting of tho noxt three rounds was
a repetition ot what had taken place, with
McAuliffo's friends, who woro in tho ascen
dancy, constantly gaining confidence, ;bo
causo Cnruoy hadn't finished their man. Ho
was tiring, thoy said, and Mac would do him
with a rush nt tho finish. Two hundred to
ono hundred dollars was offered cm Mc
Auliffo in tho fifteenth round. Carney got
in heavily on Mac's noso and mouth in tbo
next round and knocked his man down nt tho
ropes. The terrible oxebnnges of tbo six
teenth and soventoenth rounds woro in favor
"Ha!" said Carnoy in tho nineteenth, as
McAuliffo camo a littlo way out of bis corner.
" a fighting round at last," and ho clapped
his handB together, then sailed in.
OABNET A WICXEIl FIOHTEIt.
Carney, who onco killed a man in tho
prizo ring, is undoubtedly ono of tho wick
edest fighters in the world. Ho got angrier
nnd angrior overy succeeding round that
MoAulitte eluded him, his teeth Bet moro
firmly together and soveral times his seconds
nnd tho refereo had thoir bands full in pre.
voutiug him from losing on a foul by kick
ing or striking bis opponent, who, from tho
twentieth round on, tried to win on a foul
nnd later on tried to lose on ono by grasping
Carnoy by tho logs and endeavoring to throw
Mao cried "I'm bit" in tho twenty-first
round, nnd bis seconds called the refereo
over to seo tbo teeth marks. Stoveufcou
laughed at them.
DEItlBIVE U0WX8 FOB MAC.
Carney got in somo bard cracks on Mac's
sides nnd over bis heart in tho twenty
second, and tho Williamsburger made a piti
ful exhibition of himself. He made a grimaco
of pain and tried to claim foul.
Each stopped hard left-handors at the
finish, but $40 to $30 was offered on Carnoy.
SIcAuliffo beggod for n foul nnd pressed
bis hands to his fare in agony in the twenty
third, nmid darisivo howls from tho Bos.
Carney kept btgglng McAuliffo to como to
tho centre, as ho was afraid to chaso him in
his corner all the timo, but McAuliffo, who
was sent up by tho hardest work on the part
of his seconds, did not laugh now and say,
" Later on." Ho was in too serious n pickle.
McAuliffo went down somo twenty timoB in
tho next eight rounds to avoid punishment
and to try to win on a foul, but Carney
wouldn't havo it. McAuliffo kept crossing
Carney wh'enovor ho saw a chance, as bo
found his loft always went clean ovor the
Englishman's head, and a bad left oyo for
Carney was tbo result; but it wasn't as bad
as either of tho American's eyes.
SYMPTOMS OF A HOW TO WIN.
Tho first symptoms of a row to win woro
shown in tho sixty-eighth round. Tho men
fell togother from weakness nnd tho Mc
Auliffo peoplo who had appealed as vainly to
upright Holeree Stovenson for fouls as tbo
Carnoy peoplo bad, swarmod into tho square.
Thoy claimed that Carney had butted their
man in tho stomach, and it was very difficult
to get them out.
Mno wnnted to quit badly in the next
round, when Carney, who forced him
through tho ropes in his own corner, banged
him in tho stomach. Ho claimed a foul, bay
ing that Carnov hit him below tbo belt. The
retoroo refused to allow it, and ordered the
men to fight on, Mac getting u rest in his
chair, whilo Carnoy struggled with the crowd
in tho centre of tho ring.
In tho Seventy-first. Sovonty.second nnd
Soveuty-third rounds it was a plain case of
" win, tio or wranglo" ou tho part of tbo Mo
"Tho worst losers I over did soo," Al
Smith called them.
McAuliffo was a pono man and ho wanted
his friends to givo in for him. Carney
knocked him down repeatedly and chased
him all around the ring.
THE BATTLE HTOITED.
In tho sovciity.fourth round Carney
knockod down the pont on which the ropes
woro strung around McAuliffo's corner of
tho ring, and fell on top of tho Brooklyn
boy as ho knocked him through tho ropet
with terrible body blows. All this side of
tho ring, where almost all tho spectators had
gathered, fell down, aud tho owner of tho
stublo, who had once before asked for order,
put n stop to tho battle.
Tho refereo refused to givo n decision, and
said it must bo decided ono way or tho other.
Ho will order tho men together probably this
McAuliffo, who was as weak as a kitten in
tho last few rounds, aud claimed Carney had
injured the groin, which gave him trouble a
fow weeks ngo, ran liko n deer to his room in
tho hotel us soon as ho know ho wouldn't have
to fnco tho Englishman any longer.
Beforoo Stovenson declared that Carney
and McAuliffo must eoinu together nguiu
within n week nnd battle for tho $4,500
stakes. All outside bets wero declared off.
Hrmnnils of the Ilea llntrhers.
Tbo Stanley Association of Knights of 1-abor,
tbe organization of tho s,000 Iiok liutcnm of this
city, will to-day servo their demands un their
empluyra. They demand $10 a week for chain,
era, stlckeri, scaldcr, ncraprs, gut runners and
lever runners, and for shoven ami iu,
chlno inca when required to work ut kill,
lug and carrjlne tiof. For atiovcra sod
lnanhlno men whu work at kllllnir and who clem
up In the murnluir fin a week la warned. It la slip
nuted that those who are cniraged In killing snail
not beriqulred to carry bog during November,
December and Jannarr.
COLOSSAL PANAMA CANAL.
M. DB LESSEE LOTTERY UOND SCHEME
IS ALSO COLOSSAL.
The letter Which He has Addresned to lit.
Itouvler 31. lillTrl Declares He will Finish
the Construction Wllhln the Time nnd on
the Conditions Hllpnlnted Hhareholders
Advised to (lire Ttirlr Consent.
(irrcui. CAiiLr. to tue ivkninu vroni.n.
rABtH, Nov. 10. It is probably owing to
tho recent heavy falls in I'amuna Canal
shares that wo may attribute tho letter which
M, Ferdinand do LcsoepH has to. day ail
dressed to M. Bouvler, giving tho President
of iho Council a sketch of tbo position of tho
company up to tho present dato.
Tho eminent projector announces that M.
Eiffel, who is engaged in tho construction,
has just pledged himself to execute tho
works which ho bos taken In hand at his risk
and peril within tho timo and ou tho condi
tions stipulated by tho company, but bo goes
ou to say that it now lies only with tho
French Government to assure definitely tho
fulfilment of tho programmo by authorizing
a universal company of tho Iutoroccauio
Canal to issuo lottery bonds.
Accordingly M. Ferdinand do Ijessops asks
for permission to Ibsuu lottery bonds to the
amount of 108,000,000 francs, nnd If necessary
to issuo besides, between this and 1890, lot
tery bonds amounting to ovon tbo larger sum
Tho financial organ this evening expresses
tho opinion that tbo shareholders will enter
tain favorably their President's expose" of
measures to bo ndoptod for tho completion of
this colossal enterprise. Colossal it is in
every sense of tbe word, even in tbo matter
of tho lottery bonds.
TUE CROWN riUNCE IS BETTER.
'Dr. Itrninann flone to San Hcmoio Perform
an Operutlon IT It Heroines Necessary.
IsrtCIAI. CAIIIJC TO T1IR KTXMIKU VTOM.n.l
Dkiu.in, Nov. 10. According to private in
tclligcnce received hero from San Itcmo,
during last Monday night tho Crown Prince
sufforod from a dlschargo of yollowish mat
ter, resombling phlegm, from tho larynx.
After tho discharga, however, tbe swolliug
in tbo throat began to subside, aud His Im
perial Highness is stated to havo folt con
siderably rolievod. Tho Prince's general
health continues excellent.
Dr. Bromanu, assistant to Prof. Bcrgmnnn
aud one of tho physicians of tho Boyal Clin
ical Hospital, has justgouoto San Homo to
attend tho Crown Prlnco and perform tho
oporation of tracheotomy, should, this prove
PROBABLY 400 PER80N8 ARE LOST.
Tho Drltlsh Steamer Wah Yrnnsi Dnrned on
the Cnnton lltver.
tSriCIAl CABLZ TO TUX KYIXIKd WOaLD.1
Lokuon, Nov. 10. Lloyds's Hong Kong
correspondent telegraphs, under tho dato of
Nov. 16, 12.15 i it. i Tho British steamer
Wah Yeung took fire in tho Canton Biver and
burned to tbo water's edge. About four bun
drod passengers aro supposed to havo buen
The " Htnndnrd " and illr. Chamberlnln.
ISrCCIAt, CAULXTO TDK CTEMIKO WOULD.
London, Nov. 10. Tho .Standard this morn
ing says: " AVhilo'it will no doubt bo Mr.
Chamberlain's object to adjust tbo inter
national questions which havo arisen
out of but aro otitsido of
tho question of tho fisheries
thomsolves, tho interest of tho Dominion lies
in obtaining from tho United Stntos ns largo
n mensuro as possible of commercial conces
sion in exchange for the free use of her fish
III. Foubrrt Arrested In 1'nris.
BIECUL CAI1LE TO TUX KYKNIilU WOULD,
Pahis, Nov. 10. M. Foubort, lato Treos.
urer of tho Ministry of tho Interior, bus been
arrested on account of 1i!b connection with u
swindling scaudul originated in 1S3S.
Senator Iliitvley's .1Iurrlnr.
PuiLADELi'iiiA, Nov. 18. The ruttrtUgo of
United btutei Senalor Uen. Joseph l(. Ilanler and
Miss Kdllli Horner look place yestmlay In M.
Clement' Eplncnp.il Church. Tbe national promt
nenru of the bridegroom and Iho social position of
tho brale, caused u virr general turnout, nut only
ol local fOilcty ptniile, but of eminent tnviids
irom u distance. Aiming thoso prisent tit Ihu
church were Mural llalatead, of tho Cincinnati
Oummrrrttil (latellr; Kx-Judgo Daniel tl. ltulllin
and Joint IL Untrue, of New York; K.v.(!ov. Hub
hard, ol Connecticut; Ucul.-Uou. 1. II. hhcrliluu,
(ien. Ansou (1. Met oolc, Senator flat t , u( Cou
nfctlent, and Kx-L'onuresmati John It. Hock.
Alter Ihu ceremony there wasu wedding breaktast
at the residence ol V. 1. Nullum
A Hirunuu I'ulr or f.ovrr.
lirxctAL to rns etkmso wont.n.l
Nobwalk, Conn., Nov. Id. A inost singular
attachment exists between a pig ami a hair-irrowu
cat belonging lo Mr. John Oruer, otitis city.
Shortly alter he nad purchased the pig, a kitten
less than three weeks old soctdintnll) fell Into the
pen. The nl?, luMead of devouring tho Intruder,
neemed pleaded with his new companion, ami
showed It evcrr attention cotmbitcnt wlih Its ho
eWh nuture. the at achuiont wuu reciprocated by
the kitten, wlnrh houii made Itself at buine, and is
now to be teen any day, whether Hie porker In
waking or Mcrplnz, perched upon his buck r
curled up un terms It-It ear. The pig HUunU the
kitten with Jeiluun care, and shows t is iiw.t vigor
ous tios'lllty toward auy one who attempts to molest
or pet her.
Cmickio, Nov. 11. Mrs. Parsons, tho wife- ot
thoexiciitcd Anarchist, has resumed ner duties in
tho office of the HV.v(Vm Aruvnuin.
Pkkscott, Arl., Nov. 16. Thoilchcst gold mluo
ever discovered has been found on the llasssyatiipa
hirer ceartbls place. The om averages f 1,000 per
I'oiiTSMOi'Til, ., Nov. is, Mr. Sarah (lowiley,
wlio wss present ul tho birth of (en. Grant .ml
who was his nurse la Infancy, died hero to-day,
L'OLl'MSii, a. C, Nor. lft. Stephen llnllcr, an
aged rotldeut of Duck l'ond, killed mis wife with
r,n ax taut Saturday night, and burned tho body In
Washington-, Nov. IB. Col. John It. l'cllows
called st the Wultc House yesterday and wns con.
Brattituted bv tue l'rtsldent und Col. I.imout. lie
predicted a Democratic majority of 80,000 la New
York In isstt.
Oranikvim.k, (int., Nov. Kk The homo of
Inspector Andcrsnu was blown up by uyiianuto
last night for ue second time, A note wss fuuru
wanting him to desist Irom his elmm to enforce
Ue prohibition law,
USdLAKlVH T.ATKRT TUIIMVH.
Tht llriHth Mom Surereiln In Capturing
Mr. O'JIrlen'i Trousers.
WASHINGTON'S J30CI AIj SENSATION.
Murrlaiio of illr. Chnrles Carroll to Historian
tsrxctAt. to tux icvrsixo wontn.1
Washington, Nov, 10. Washington society
hns a genuine sensation to-day in tbo mar
riage of Miss Husnnno Bancroft, a grand
daughter of fleorgo Bancroft, tbo historian,
to Mr. Charles Carroll, of Maryland, which
took place privately last evening. Miss Ban.
croft has been a prominent figure in Wash
Bho is very pretty and popular. Ilur mnr
ringo to Mr. Carroll was a complete surprise
to all her friends. Her grandfather know
nothing of it until tho yonng couplo returned
to ask bis blessing. Quite recently Miss Ban
croft's engagement wns announced to a mem
ber of ouu of the foreign legations hero nud
she was supposed to bo preparing her trous
seau for that ovent.
Mr. Carroll and Miss Bancroft met at Now
port last Rummer and a strong attachment
spraug up between them, with all tho charm
ttint enforced secrecy could atld until yostor
dny's quiet wedding brought tho protiy lovo
affair to a happy culmination.
About 11 o'clock yesterday forenoon MIsb
Bnncroft loft her grandfather's residence,
No. 1G20 II street, with Mr, Carroll, as if
going ont for a walk. Tho couplo went to
tho pnrsonngo of St. Matthew's Church and
stated their errand to Itev. Father ChAppoll,
who informed them that ho could not marry
them without n dispensation from Cardinal
OihbouB authorizing him to perform the
ceremony without tbo customary publication
of tho banns was required by tho ltomau
Cat hollo Church. Nothing daunted, thoy
boarded tbo next train for Baltimore and
called at tho Cardinul'B residence, where
they had no difficulty ln obtaining iho cov
eted docunlent, and were soon on their way
back to Washington, nnd wcro finally mar.
ried at 5.30 in tbo evening.
After tbo ceremony MiMS Bancroft returned
to her homo on H street, whilo tho happy
groom returned to Iuh hotel, just n block
from tbo church. Miss Bancroft's marriage
recalls tho fact that her father married an
obscure girl in France and was disinherited
by his father. Ho did not live very
long, and tho early education of his
daughter was left to her molher's peo
ple. A reconciliation took tilaco a fow
years ugo between tho venerable historian
and his granddaughter, and she has since
mado her homo with him. It is said that Mr.
Bancroft has accepted tho situation grace
fully. Mr. Carroll is ono of the descendants
of Lord Baltimore and is connected with
somo of tho best families of Virginia and
Maryland. Ho is not rich, but has u com
CLAIiTB C0UUA0K REWARDED,
Soldier Thninna II. Illntnn, of Dlnrblehead.
Leaves lllin 818,000.
lilTCUL TO THR XTEXINQ WOnLn.1
MAniiLr.HKAi), Mass., Nov. 10. Hobort 0.
Clair, of Mill Hill, X'a., is the heir of an
ij 18,000 estato in coiiscquonco of a singlo act
of courage and mercy during tho rebellion,
done to tho lute Thomas II. Hiutou, of Mar
blehead. Both men were soldiers, and on the night
following tho battlo of Hatcher's Ituu, Va.,
Clair was on reservo picket duty. Outside
the picket lino lay a wounded soldier, whoso
calls for water and moans of distress wero
plainly In ard by the guard. To attempt his
rescue was n task of extremo danger, from
which stout hearts shrank. At length,
however, tho appeals became so heart
rending that sympathy for a brother
in distress triumphed over Iho dictates of
caution, aud Clair went to tho rescue nud
succeeded ill bringing the wounded man
within the lilies, where ho was cared for and
sent to the hospital. The wounded soldier
wyi Thomas II. Hiutou. He recovered from
his wounds, and when lie lately died, out of
grntitude to bis preserver be bequeathed his
property to the man who saved him.
Iliuton was a bachelor aud was without
rclutiwH in this country. An attornoy of
Marhlchead has notified Clair of his good
nijstrrlotis Hcntli of J. It. Newton.
Isikcml to iur. rvrsiNu would,
LorxroitT. N. Y. , Nov. is. Tho body of J. It.
Newtoti, a wealthy resident of Youngslown, was
found lying betide tho tracks ot tho Now York
Central Kallro.id, between Lewluon and Sumcu
bton Jlrid.!e this morulnir. It is thought that ho
fell over tho batik n I w.n killed. The thought
thst he wis wrjUIiI, robbed and thrown over The
bank Is also amum-cd. 'lucre la somo mystery
connected wltu his death.
I'nlled Labor 1'nrtv In .lllssonrl.
ItrrcuL to the kvexiko wonLn.l
Kansas Citv, Nor, to. A Henry Georgo or
United Labor party was organlled here to-day for
the Statu of .Missouri. AMI the delegates Id at
teniance are for llenrv (leorge for President and
.lames (l. Magulrc. of CJlifurnla, for Vice-President.
The SHueuse platform was adopted and
propositions made lor an uygrossive fight through
out the State. The convention was for organiza
tion, not nominations.
A Toronto Hunk CIouch,
IsrECUL TO THE XVKKIKO WOnLD.I
Tokonvo. Nov, 1, The Central Hank of To
ronto cloned Its doors this morning ln consequence
of the prfse,nt motiey itrtogpttcy. They havo not
been ablo to reallio promptly on their assets.
DESPERATE FROM POVERTrJM
AN ATTEMPT TO COMMIT BUICiDE BI 1-H
LEAP FROM TIIE BRIDGE iH
Ilenrr (InlwRy Arresteil While Climbing Ova Sl
the Trrstlr-Work Ont or Work, PenasW :'4
lets, nnd Ills Wife stnd Mix Little Children XijH
nt Ilsmo Hinrvlna Bride Patllesi Invests- rW
ante tbe Story nnd Find It True. XLW
Roundsman Wiggins, of tho Brooklyn 'T9H
Bridgo Polico, saw a man attempting to '&H
climb over tho trestlowork on tho south VH
roadway of tho big structure, on the New '9
York sido, near tbe land span, at 0 o'olook fv
this morning. -'tal
Tho man was very respectably dressod inJH
dark clothes by no means shabby. Ho wore H
a Derby bat, and seemed oxtromoly excited '.B
and nervous. Roundsman Wiggins wu'H
after him in an instant and caught him feeM
foro ho was well over tho trestlowork. ''sIbeI
Tho man did not look at all surprised whon" "'H
ho saw that his object was not to bo nttoiriedi, CH
Ho looked utthoroundsmauandsaidwearilyi H
" 1 wanted to end my lifo. I am sick and.jl
disgusted with It. I hnven'thod n thing to .tjSH
eat for four days, nnd I can't get nny em. ';3gsfl
ployment, try as 1 may." )M
Roundsman Wiggins rosorvod his itym.-ftli
pathy for a later period. Inftho moanltim 4'jLWW
ho escorted tho man to tbo Brooklyn llridgd JLXW
polico station, whuro tho priisonor dfti 'JWW
scribed biiuBolf as Henry Onlway, for- VLXW
inorly a bartender, and now living ni'HLm
322 Honry street, this city. Qalway W08 IssH
broken down when ho told Bergt. Phillips iH
that ho bad a wifo and six children who wero JmU
1 torally Btarving, Thoy had been cipobtinif ftnsM
that ho would obtain employment this week,' JH
but he had been unsuccessful in his earek BH
for work. t'niLWW
Calway was searched, nnd this lettef Ws .H
found in his pocket, with a pair of scissors: jLtm
Mr Dkak Wikk: .VHH
I hope you will fortflvo mo and pray form, f '':JH
couldn't stand It any longer to see you andar-fiB
children starving. Your poor but unforranate -H
hUSUSIld, IIMBY ClALWAT. ''JM
So strongly wero tho polico affected by tbft 3jH
man's tale that Herat. Phillips dcclarec! that Hfl
ho would set out and Investigate the) truth of.liH
the story, though ho had no doubt as to ita"H
veracity. A subscription was taken np, and Z'-tm
tho Sergeant sot out with tho money for No. ctH
322 Henry street. H
Tho man's story proved to bo only totf H
correct. It wus not exaggerated. In theuj'jSH
wretched Iioubu Mrs. Oalwayand hor children '49H
wero in reality starving. The woman Woa'bUB
Ss despondent as hor husbands She dida'k'l
now what thov wore going to do. TheyXBlW
wero to bo dispossessed to-day. and whora pMu-JH
earth they could go was something she octud fSB
not imagine, .' J&iifl
Tho children ranged in age from ton y'eJLrs raH
to eight months, and that they wero huiHtty.'iB
waH too evident. The policeman broke thaSI
uows of Qolway's attempt to ' bistH
wifo ns gently ac possible, and tbCttfH
told him that bo was Ml right. He left thftsjaH
mouoy raised ot tho station, which is snfH
flclently to tldo tho family over a day Or twf"'.,B
In the meantime Galway was taken tdJaJ VSB
tice Walsh's court and held for exaicinatiosV-rSH
on Saturday. , ,H
TILE HARLEM SCHOOL DISASTER, ij
Kxilnspecior Martin Testifies Before n Cotw v?
oner's Jury. 'V-gLW-M
Coroner Eidnmn finished to-day the fhve,, JMH
tlgatlou Into tho cases of death caused by the SSH
collapse of Father Klrncr's school-hoiise,.ii lH
Ono Hundred and Fiftoonth street, tin del. it 'HH
William J i Martin, who was the Intpeelof ik J3H
tho district where tho building was beltt jH
erected, testified to his belief that iho rerik- ?H
tious were not being followed in'the build; 'JB
lug's erection, but that he expected, that when iliiaH
tbo now plans suggested by Father Khfhe jjkw
were presented to havo the height, of the VH
structuro increased, thoso violations would SbH
bo remedied. Ho had confidence Ih Fathei ':S
Kirner to that extent. . He ht&de i
out n complaint embodying bis jJH
ideas in regard to tho building, VJM
but ueglectod to turn it into the office, as hoV J?sifl
thought, with tho additional work that would 'inH
bo unnecessary, Tho complaint was mada (AHi
out as a matter of form. IrsH
Father A. Mousella, connected with tho S.LLt
One Hundred aud Fifteenth Street Churchi jjB
gave unimportant testimony. Thtiinu '9
llurgin, a bricklayer, and who is A Wm-9
brother of the Durgin who . waSi "Mfll
killed at the time of tho collafofto, declared t'HH
that there wero no braces used except a briwt.'i'H
or two here aud thero. ' ttsH
This testimony finished the caso. Coronet? tr
Eidnlan then gavo the case to the jury; 'itlfl
WANT TO PLEAD 0UILTI. jgM
The Four Lads Who Killed a Keeper in ilUf 'f
House of Refuse. -t!J1H
Moses J. Speights, Gratz M. Smith, Hbfir?; rfB
Bernard ami Frederick Wesley, the lads '-JL9
who killed Keeper W. E. Cole, of the) (M
Randall's Island Houso of Befugej list v
summer iu an attempt to escape frosl ,.sB
that institution, want to plead 2H
guilty of manslaughter in tho first degree. -
They aro indicted for tnurdor in the first deb- '.SB
gree. tmd their trial is sot down in Part h of S-U
tho Court of Ooueral Sessions for next Moa. wafl
Thoy aro only technically guilty of murdej JfM
becauso tho killing was done in an attempt to 3EH
escape from a penal institution. !9
Tho District-Attorney has their proposition '4tJ
to plead guilty under consideration and may Iftafl
accept it, ran
Si i '&
Two Small Fires. affl
An overturned candle set Ore to tbe foor-atorj 'AaH
tenement house, eso East Sixth street, early ttls WSL
morning. The members of the fourteen families TjfM
In the house were considerably alarmed for short lnSI
time. Llttlo damage was dono. . ... ?$
An aldrm of nte created some excitement m the vm
tenement house at us West Thirtieth street early Fvl
this morning. The polico carried sixteen colored KM
women and children out of the bulldtni and took JM
them to tbo Nineteenth Precinct Statlon-Uqassi ftH
w hero they huddled around the stove to keep 'jdH
warm. The lots by the Ore was small. ULS
Sir Lyon Plsrfalr's Departure.
Among the passengers on the White Star ilmm. jSj
hip Germsnle, which sailed to-day, wosths Eight ft3J
Hon. Sir Lyon riayfair, the representative it the w91
Kdinburgh Unlrertlty In the British ParlUuaeab -CM
lie was accompanied by his wile, and baa bss ''SvU
Visiting Lady 1'lsyfalr's relstlres ln fiostoa. W'M
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