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Ef 14-WAIL BTR8ET QUIETS DOWN AFTER ITS
R"V " . WICS XCITEUNT.
Hh-J Mr Bulls Working Ilnrd far a Itenetlon
H$ .'-; & Pant Jump and the Dean? Clnvrlna;
flBi. Bewnt Draaf It Dovra Contest Oyer
Bp!p( Heading; and Western Union American
Hp. ;' (Hocks Reported Firm In Iiandan.
HrV'' ''"ji'y5"'., ""M H common with tlio
LHkk SiS'MLtJlO (3 1 cenorol run of traders
H- B)ffl4wllpJ who realized nt high
Rp wc7PF-?!jClpB pricoB yestcrdny tho
HE KkV "iStrM u" loaders worked
LHP' VLJwf IIVm Btr0n,lo"'5' 'or n ro-
Kj. IM 3r tg) t notion tbin morning.
H" ' Ls4IM4tA nmr'et w't1' stocks
Hij; J WMfmm w0UCTer " showed
Hp f" lK$P?P A- ftn ni'vnnc'nK tond-
Kfe. Pjtfv ency, nud thoy finally
aewKH 'sr At C X. SUCCCC11 'n depross.
LLK: 'vil'vvWW ins tho list ton moilor-
Hr i l Is A ftt0 "'nt. W WB
HE& V I i unr'l work though, nnd
H& 'WtjJ. LcW M0B "'y Accomplish-
Bf v. white. increasing tho short
K Interest and a considorablo loss of stocks by
B? thoso who undertook tho mnnlpnlittlon.
Hv Even Deacon Whito Lackawanna's chrtm-
R:' , pion after putting up his old pet flvo or six
Ki tjrolnte In a weok and twisting tlio Uiils of tho
HtV shorts in other stocks, has becomo n ro.
K". Jactlonlst for a turn. Ho was sellini;
k "' on Reading at 71, Rood for to-morrow
Kj ior a quarter of 1 per cent. This shows
Km', his position pretty well, although it is not to
k1 bo inferred from this that tho
B;: Deacon is n bear. On tho con-
Hj ijrary, ,", , sold 'y hlB friends
piV p be a big bull for a long pull, and tlicro is
K little doubt that ho will continuo to carry
Hk Lackawanna under his protecting wing anil
tf boost tho stock when ho thinks tho proper
pi time for a renewal of tho upward movement
fit hea arriTed.
Htf Dui'ttuiwnH put up nrarly a point lioforo
B-ti. tho bears got n chauco at it, and then tlu-v
V failed to wlpo out tho improvement. White
K- personally bid for tho stock around 78. Theru
L vm n Uvoly contost in Wcstflru Union and
K Heading, but both stocks held up well.
M T)ie wabashes wero buoyant, and with tho
0 bonds scored highor figures on reports that
HO l" reorganisation nchomo would ho agrood
K .upon In nil its details to-day. Pullman was
K?.i nnothor strong stook and rowi 2 points. Tho
yt' rights" were worth over 10.
e ' On tho wholo, business was much cpiinter.
B" JJp to noon tho sales wore only 103,000
n$, Bhoros. Tho chongo was welcomed by
K largo number off spoculalors and
k brokers who havo dono a rushing trado
K' , 0Ter n woek nnd are now quite
K Jvllllng to havo a rest of a day or two.
Kp; AVben tho bull fooling onro takes root,
m bowovcr, it is a difQcult mutter to suppress
4 it, nnd as an operator expressed It this
K tnorning : " It is liable to lireak out afresh
. likn n -volcano nt nnv moment."
tsjji, There nre n good many " seller COs" to be
Ef covered up yet, and when tho shorts start
Ef. In to buy, look out for n lively" jump."
K ' It is said that in turning over tho Nickel
Hc, Plate nroporty to tho now company tho re.
gj, coiyor's certitlcatog and other dobts wero paid
PSrSp- gnd that tho company has on hand between
HEtt $600,000 nnd $700,000 cash in its treasury.
K v London prices for Americans camo steady
fV nnd firm to-day. The Hank of England lost
Hr, USO.OOO bullion on balance. Tho wookly
t.t. etatement of the Imperial Hank of Germany
B'.. Bhows an increoso in speclo of 9,100, 000
Bpi Jlott of tho railroads nro mnkinc n great
p, deal of money. A dozen of them have just
BL " Iroportod thoir earnings for tho second
m?' Week of November, and in evory rnso
K'' pfl inorenso is shown on tho train o of 1880.
R ' This accounts for tho bullish fooling on
K ttocks and bonds ut tho present time.
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flVA Tp From "The World1" Tlckrr.
Hs- IfAaioVhrni "0ck p ,0 nco" ,0,Ut B8"Ba,e1
B)i i,itt!SIIiSlew.1.l,Tl,e?1 1"8 cn'racrs to take prof.
B& Its, awaiting the result of the reaoilon.
H&, .Jhn1J!3ijrei.r,J,M."w ,0-,laJr tnat bo believed
J iewrl.'momtS"' "ad CmC ' B,,r 'or at lca8'
Hnfv, ,..Tllf was ft ceusilon of hostilities to-daj In the
H JHerntn-Sulllvsn wr which was tho talk 0 the
&. street jcBtcrdir.
H t.JhS1ieaJllnif Coinpanj will extend th Coir.
it EJS5k?le bneh to the Iron oro mines at Church.
Kt Vllle, two miles dlatant.
K iJiAU!.-ii,,bM ,he i'"?111 Hallroad statomenl for
I P0?."" T1" ""OF xt . WW Increase over net
gr . Carnlagi In October of last Tear.
H i5j1' Jswiibury said; "The market Is still
K&' bnlllih and the reaction is only a healthy one. 1
aK from6 m' cuitomers last night to take their
Hu Nor a Couilo Opera Ncene.
H' 8dncj Rosenfeld, the comic opera librettist,
Hf has written a letter to the Police CoinmUaloncrs
Rfc eomplalnlog that Patrolman Michael Mailer, of Hit
Hb 9r.1.5,, Sn!rtl ??Pot qn'. was In the habit of
Hftv ?f tlnK r"lel7 to him when he purchased tickets at
?HHr the nodson Klver Jlallroad office. He said that
Jailer urged the line of passengers so irreatlf when
,v Jl'l w.5r? njlng tickets that they were obliged to
Bi& KTab V1! chance with undignified haste. Mr.
P Hoaenfeld says that when he asked for Mailer's
namber the latter sneered and abused him loudly.
HSe The Arlldctan Len'eue Dinner.
fi The Arlington League Club gave Its fifth annual
ES fcaaquet at Hazettl's last evening, Mr. I'arkea,
fflfe' iTtsldent of tho club, presiding. Flre-mlnate
k abeechei wefe- made by Mr. rarkes. II. fltorm.
HSfc' Mr. McAdle, Oeorge Vestuor, Juduo Mlllson, Kd-
flaav , T,ard ei. William K. Otlmths. l)r. 11. II.
K4J Bisson, neorjte Law, Mr. Vlndlny, William JJul.
IH& Sn' a- " McLaughlin, W. r. Uemaiest and Ur.
mFi:- Waresaon and others.
UF. Xdtat of tits Aleala'a Pswseasers.
B'i Wltftfew exceptions all of the Aleala'a passen.
M tSt landea al Csalle Garden last night from Quar-
aHS anltne have gono to their respective destinations.
V' fht steambost Fletrher went down again this
ML" fwirnlng for tho remaining Italians, boo in all,
LKia tf - -
Nw Flctnrr Beady and Artlata Await Pnb-,
lla Jndcment of Their Hammer Work.
Tho press view of tho sixth autumn ox.
hibitiou at tho National Academy of Design
took placo to-day. There aro 412 canvases
inthoprcsont exhibition, rt smaller number
than usual in tho Aoademy exhibitions.
This falling off in numbers would
naturaily awakon tho hopo of a
higher merit in tho works admitted. This is
not justified. Mediocrity is tho noto of tho
present exhibition. N0110 of tho pictures
aro shockingly poor, and none, on tho
other hand, aro signnlly good. Kighty.
four pictures nro hung in tho corridor.
There nro only two works of nlastio art, ono
nn " Ichabod Crnno nnd tlio Headless Ilorno
rann," by John ItogorH ; tho other n weak has
rolicf of Kudymion. l'oor Kndvmlon looks
vory moon-stniok indeed. Tho horses in tho
other group havn not nction enough.
The Aradomicians nrn pretty well rcprn.
Rented, Mr. llichards has three, sunshiny
subjects, attractive, but not vory modern in
their stylo. Cropsey presents an ldoal of nrt
which ho perpetuates with a mournful
tenacity for which tho present generation is
hnrdly grateful. It is absolutely unprogres.
sivo, Ilcnry Forpuson has a bright " Vcno
tlnn llalcony," with a girl and flowers and
F. M. flehn has n strong marine, but it by
no means represents this -igorous young
artist's host work. Tho voice of nature pro
tests against too much cadmium yellow in
Leonard Ochtman's autumnal subject is
suggestive. Ho has n poetic senso of soft
fall effects and good technique. Witliu Deals's
"Twilight" is also good. Charles Warren
Eaton's "Snowbound I'asturos" is wintry,
but not nuito onough so.
Itcginald Gono has a marine of tho most
Tliero aro almost a dozen portraits in tho
exhibition. Possibly tho truest kindness
would be to stop hero.
Carroll Ucckwith's "Portrait of Prof. O.
L. Androws," n West Point man, is strong,
direct and frank. Thoro is no prctonsion
about it, but it is corroct, and tho character
of tho subject is exprcssod with much manly
jtir. itieo's work is cnaracterizod ny a cor.
tain dolicaoy nnd good finality, but tho mod
elling is not always all that could be wished.
A.J. Conaut has a portrait of Henry Ward
Doccher. Ocorgo llutler's figure subjects
have tho sustained posu of tho model, though
thn boy is woll done.
11. M. Hhurtloff, llolton Jones and It. W.
Van lloskerk contrlhuto meritorious can
vases. Hlakclock's " Moonlight," Htranga to
say, has not a moonlight (piality. lilnkulock
has a moonlight in his studio in which tho
soft quivering atmospheric (tiality is
given with perfection, so that tho in
adpipinto oxprrKBion of it hero is
moro surprising. Otto It. Ilaohor's
Venetian picture presents tlio palace of
Haint Maro sagging into tho walor at one
end. E. I). Connoll has a sunny moadow
stretch. Ho shows a right appreciation of
nature but his capnclty for translating what
ho feels is still weak.
Tlio exhibition is only moderately inter
esting nnd tho absence of several well-known
artists llko Dowoy and Miller is to bo ro-grottcd.
EATINfl ON A WAflER.
A Oermnn Dntrhrr Vulnlr Trlra to Km n
Much ns Mix Ablr-Ilodled jllcn.
Anovol and somowhat interesting contest
took placo last night in a snloou in Williams
burg. It wns n tost of gastrouomical capa
bilities. Tho contending pnrtlcs wero Ocorgo
Hchroodor, n Oormau butcher, and six
nowspapor roportors. According to
tho ngrooment, Bohrooder, who has
frequently dovoured a twclvo - pound
ham and then eaten his regular diunor nnd
who is beyond doubt ft great eater, wan to
cat n goose weighing twolvo pounds, six
pounds of boefstoak and a half-peak of
potatoes, whilo tho reporters wero doing thn
samo. In tho event of his finishing his task
before his contestants he was to drlvo them
awuy from their table nnd finish what thoy
Tho contest began shortly after 11 o'olook.
Tho goose was tho first dish sorvod. When
tlio word " go " w as givou Bchrooder plunged
n caRO-kuifo into tho fowl and, dissecting it,
set about his task. Tho reporters wero somo
what ahead of him in this first port. After
0 minutes nnd lfi aooonds of rapid eating thoy
succeeded in demolishing thoir twelve,
pounder. Boroedor finished 10 minutes later.
The steak was then brought on. A rolapRo
seemod to havo taken placo. Tho time con
sumed by tho reporters in Blowing it nway
was about forty minutes. Bchrooder did not
finish his sharo.
A roBt was then taken. Aftor flftoon mln.
utes tho men wero ordered to finish.
Thoro then remained for tho reporters about
half a peck of potatoes. Bohrooder's table
had the Kamo quantity of potatoon, and about
four pounds of steak. At 1 o'clock time wos
called. The refcreo tlion annouucod that as
neither side had accomplished thoir task, ho
was compelled to call it a draw. Notwith
standing his dooision, Bchrooder was beaten
at ovory point, Tho match was for n wager
DEMANDINa LOWER RENTALS.
The Telesrnph Oompnnles Think tho Btoek
ISxchanac Cbarcra Too Illalt.
Tho committoo of tho telegraph compa.
nies, which yestorday demandod from tho
Stook Exohange n reduction in rontals and
nbsessmcuts for tho privilogo of having their
wires in tho Exchange expects nn answer to
its demand within a few days.
Manager Ward, of thn Postal Tolegrnph
Company, said to. day that unless tho Ex.
change noooded to tho demands of tho coin.
lianies they would withdraw thoir offices from
the building. Ho said that so lung as
thoro waBn war between tho companies tho
Exchange had things thoir own way, but now
that peace reigned the companies did not
propone to be charged high rates any longer.
IIuIobs a satisfactory arrangeuiont is mada
within a week, Mr. Ward continued, tho Stock
Exchango will find itself without telegraph
To Discipline. Party Worker.
There Is likely to be a lively time at the meeting
of the Democratic Central Committee of Queens
County this afternoon In Flushing. Charges of
treachery In the recent election aro made against
Solomon U. Noble, secretary of tho committee,
aud Hartley J. McOonan, an employee of the
disinfecting department nt the New York Hoard of
Health, both of whom were elected memuers of
the committee aa representing the Itegular and In
dependent Uemocrauo organizations. It Is alleged
that No'de and McUowan reoelved money from the
Committee to pay for watchers at the polls, and
that they either did not disburse the money at all
or gave It to the Oleason boilers, who n ere work,
lng against the regular Demouratlo ticket.
Hank Oincera Make n .lllatnkr.
rsriCIALTO THE WORLD. I
Newark, Nov. is. The ofllcers of the Orange
National Hank declare that tho draft for 1183,
which was drawn by Ilenjamln A. Tunlson, Jack,
aonvllle, Kla., upon his lather, the Itev. William
Tunlson, of Orange, and which was dishonored by
them, is perfectly good. The latter gave a verbal
order to pay tne draft, but It was returned to Jack,
aonvllle marked "No funds." Young Mr. Tunlson
was errcntod for attempting to procure money on
- - m m
Oue of ColuilVId' Indoraern Hurd,
The National Park Bank to-day obtained from
Judge Darren an attachment against the property
of Oeorge II. Ltchtenilclu. The suit la on a
note for IM.OOO given by Isidore Cohnfeld.the mlsa
Ingoatrlch feather manufacturer, ard Indorsed by
Llcntensteln, whico has gone tn protest. The
bank alleges tint Llchtensteln has ulspossed of his
property to defraud his creditors, and butransw
lm;U hi residence, 14 Ksst SIxiy-serenth street,
to bis wife for a nominal conildcratlcn. '
B1IB WILL 00 TO DE WITT MEMORIAL
CHURCn IN BPITE OP EVERYBODY.
Th Trnstraa Itlay Not Arrest Iter To.Nlabt,
but They 1'robably VIII Next Tneadnjr
Itllaa Vream Talka Terr freely About
I'aator IlUlnst and the Allraird Attempt
to flojrott Her IIott the Trouble Ileann.
" It is n question of boycott," snid vigor
ons Miss Itobecca Fream in hor strong toico
to-day when a reporter for The Wont.ncallod
on her to hear what alio had to say about tho
unpleasantness in tho On Witt Memorial
" Will you go to tho mooting to-night?"
" If nothing occurs I shall go simply as n
citizen and test tho law to boo whether I shall
havo to submit to a boycott. Who is rcspon
siblo if a croud gathers ?" sho qucriod. Tho
rcportir gavo It up.
" Mr. Elsing published it," sho went on.
" It 1b nn infamous lio that I mado a pro.
longed speoch. I 1101 ready now for the
issuo. If I havo dono wrong I
havo lived out thoir preaching. It is
petty despotism, tho npito of a malignant
man. I will not sign nway my liberty. I
havo asked him what was tho matter, anil ho
said ho liked me. I wan Chairman of tho
Spocjal Committer) of tho Young People's
Association, and I was compelled to resign
because of tho uttcranca of two words. What
I said was this: ' Anything for tho glory of
Qod and tho snUatiou of tho young pooplo.
I am willing to put forth any offort, but any.
thing that will bring tho soup-houso spirit
ngain to Do Witt Memorial Church
I will havo nothing to do with. Dr.
Vinton demanded my resignation and
threatened to havn mo tried and expelled.
Tho Hoard of Eldors sont me n letter saying
that my presnnco was not desired in the
church. I went all tlio samo. Mr. Itobbins
nnd Mr. Hatherly, ofllcers of tho
church, sympathised with mo. I did
not start tho fight. I am sim
ply acting in solf-dofonso. I havo
always used tho language that bocomes tho
lady and Christian. Thn Secretary of tho
Hoard of Elders who wroto mo tho request to
koop uwny nlso wroto mo a letter of condol
ence, and said that he had got down on his
knees and prayed for mo.
" Last Tuesday night Elsing sat in tho
meeting lldgiting with his hands and feet
aud said that ho hadn't tho powor of
tho Spirit, and I started tho meeting
for tlio first time. Elsing hnsn't
good common senso and no moro stability of
character than it chippy bird. I didn't llko
some of the statements mado in The Woni.n's
evening edition. Thoy wero probably based
on tho complaint mado in court."
Miss Frcnin reiterated her remark that sho
was going to attend tho meetings and put tho
quostion to a tost.
Tho Itov. Mr. Elsing said that Miss Fream
had been n disturbing oloment in tho church,
aud that steps had been taken to suppress
hor. Ho said that she would not
bo arrested to-night, becnuso tho
voting folks only meet. Hn did
not wish tho roportor to sny that
MIbs Fream would bo seized by a
bluo.coated minion of tho law at the
Tuesday night prayer-meeting, becauso the
announcement would draw a big crowd In that
lively neighborhood, nor would the arrest
bo mado on Sunday, but tho roportor in
ferred that Tuesday night was tho only timo
that Miss Fream could bo conveniently cap.
turod and looked up.
Mr. Elsing thinks that tho tall mid decid
edly activo lady missionary is desirous of bo
cnmlng a martyr nnd would bo only too will,
ing to lio in a dungeon all night.
A big policeman and a pious older will bn
on hand to takn Miss Fream in custody at tho
earliest nnd most convenient opportunity.
BROKERS IN A QUARREL.
Duncan MrUresor Hervrd with nn Tnlunctlon
bv Ilia Partner.
Upon the application of E. M. Fox, counsel
for Itichard W. Armstrong, Judge Barrett
has grautod nn injunction restraining Duncan
McOregor from disposing of tho proceeds of
tho salo of his scat in the Now York Stook
Exchango or in nny way interfering with tho
banking and brokerage firm of Armstrong &
McOregor. These two partners havo had a
falling nut, which is duo, Mr. Armstrong
nays, to tho unbusiuess-liko nnd dishonorable
actions of tho defendant.
On Jan. 12, 18H7, tho two formed a copart
nership, under tho titlo of Armstrong .t Mo.
Qregor, for tho purposo of carrying on a
general bonking business to buy and soil tho
securities dealt in at tho Stock Exchange,
and to buy und bell grain, cotton, oil and
other things. Mr. Armstrong put $25,000
cash into tho firm aud McGregor put
in his soat in tho Stock Exchange. Tnoy
wero to continue tho bunincbs until May I,
1888, but on Sopt. 1 tho firm sustained very
heavy losses, and it was mutually ugreod to
wind up tho bitBlnoss, and dissolve tho co
partnership upon a settlement of thoir ac
counts and a dischargo by each partner of
all indobtodnoss duo by him to tho firm.
In accordance with this understanding tho
dofendant obtained Armstrong's consent to
tlio sale of tho Stock Exchango seat. This
was accordingly sold to a third party for
$!11,G00. As boon as tho dofondnnt got tho
money. Mr. Armstrong says, he refused to
pay his indebtedness to tho firm, which
amounts to $1,041.28, as tho books show,
and abondonod tho business entirely.
Ho rofusod to liston to Armstrong when tho
mouoy was demanded of him. Tho plaintiff
has hogun a suit fo: tho dissolution of the
copartnership and thn appointment of a ro.
cclYer. It is in this suit that McGregor has
Mr. Hweet'a Criticism Very Severe.
Iteferrlng to the culilogram announcing the
withdrawal of the challenge recently hsued by tho
Itoyal Clyde tacht Club on behalf of Charles
Sweet, John II. Hird, Becrctary of the
Now York Yacht Club, aald to-dny that Mr,
Sweet while a member of the New York Club had
dealt severely wltn Its members In his severe criti
cisms, tor neither undor the old letter of till nor
that of the present deed of gift bad any challenge
been received, theroiore the withdrawal of a chal.
lengc cannot u.xlat. Mr. Hlrd further said that if
a challenge was recehed the New York Yacht
Club was able to hold It own.
Fax Too much for Win HlnH.
Wing Sing, who kept a laundry at 138 West
Twenty-third street, was tried In the Court of Spe
cial Scaslons to-day for keeping an opium Joint In
conjunction with his laundry bus nefs. The
charge grew out of a quarrel between Wing Sing
and llarry Fox, of 110 West Twenty-thlrd street,
after which the Celestial had Fox arrested. Fox
wsb the principal Itness against Wing Sing. Tho
latter was conucted aud sentenced to the peniten
tiary for three months.
Old Patrick Trenor Hunr.
Dr. Nichols, of Uloomlngdale, reported to. Judge
Barrett, to-day, that Old Patrick Trenor, tne Vesey
itreel cordial manufacturer, was not omy aane.
but his faculties were exceptionally strong for a
man seventy yeara old. The lunasy proceedings
were thereupon dismissed. Mr. Trenor threatens
a suit for damages against the pretended friends
who Bought to restrstn him of his liberty.
Had Lurk with Ilia ItcUtlvea.
Four.year.old James Mahoney has been living
with his uncles at 4) West Seventeenth street be
cause hla mother Is ilea., his father is missing and
his grandmother fell down a coal stiute. Last
evening Agent Stocking, of Mr. tlerry's society,
found one uncle urnnk on the nnor. the other
drnukon a mattrms and tho boy very hungry.
Tne boy waa committed to an institution at tne
Jefferson Market Court to-day.
. Sentence of a Confidence Woman,
Emily I. Hudson, the confidence woman who
was allowed to plead guilty to petit larceny, ws
before Iteeorder Bmyth for sentence to-dar. She
was sentenced to one year In the I'enUentiary and
I llnd f lftu.
He Ilaa th Proper Credentials, lla Hays,
nnd Jndjra Faulkner Ilaa Not,
ISriOUL TO TH WOM.D.I
Wasuimotok, Nov. IB. Daniel B. Lucas,
who is contesting with Judge Faulkner the
right to represent West Virginia in the
United States Benato, arrived here last even,
ing. Mr. Lucas was appointed Senator last
winter after tho adjournment of tho Stato
Legislature, which failed to elect n Senator.
An extra session of tho Legislature was con.
venod soon nfterwurds to pass certain appro-
iiriatlon bills nt this extra session. Judge
'nulkner was olected Senator, but Mr. Lucas
maintains that Judge Faulkner's oleotiou is
void, owing to it provision in tho Stato
constitution confining tho acts of a special
session of the Legislature to tho business it
was called together to perform.
" I suppose," said Mr. Lucas, to-day,
that my case will follow tho luual routine
of roforrnco to tho Committee on Privileges
and Elections, and when it has been reported
upon by that committee the Senate will give
its judgment after thorough discussion and
maturo deliberation. As for myself, I hold
tho regular Gubernatorial certificate, whereas
Judge Faulkner has merely 11 statement of
otucinl record, signed by tho Governor. Ho
has not tho certificate that is required by the
Constitution, and this is tho vital difference
between hla case and mino. If I wero to die
to-morrow, tho Senate could not in my
opinion, swear in Judgo Faulkner on the
credentials which lio now holds. I havo not
tho slightest doubt of tho legality of my posi
tlon, and I do nut seo how tho Sonato can do
othorwiso than heat mo if it desires to uphold
tho Constitution of tho United States and of
West Virginia. I have madu a most thorough
and exhaustive examination of tho law and
am satisfied that it is on my sido."
Concerning the outlook in Wost Virginia
politically, ho said: "Tho position of West
Virginia depends very much upon tho course
taken by tho two parties. Thoro aro certain
elements thoro which ought to bo conciliated
tho agricultural interests nnd tho laboring
classes, for instance Thoy hold the balance
pf power, nnd if their interests oro consulted
in Congressional legislation and otherwise, it
1b probable that tho Democracy will hold tho
Stato. On tho othor hand, if thoso largo in
terests aro sacrificed and thoy becomo indif
ferent! tho Stato will go Republican."
HEW YORK COMMERCE THREATENED.
Tho Fltehburs Itnllroad'a Hrlieme to Tap
thn Hrle Cannl for Freight Trafllr.
ISFICIAL TO THE WORLD.
Ai.bant, Nov. 18. Tho commerce of tho
port of Now York and tho traffic on tho nud
son River nro threatened with a direct loss,
owing to n diversion that is sought hi' tho
Superintendent of Public Works Sbanahan
has recoived from tho Fitchburg a request
for permission to dig a basin and build n
wharf on tho Erio Canal, a quarter of n milo
west of Look No. 25, at Rotterdam June
tlon. It is for tho purposo of receiv
ing nnd delivering freight. Tho
canal is 260 foot wido at this point, and tho
contemplated harbor of tho railroad will bo
200 feet wide by 2,000 feet long. Tho ground
noeded is on tho south bank of tho canal.
Tho wharf will bo furnished with a steam
olovotor and largo sheds for froight othor
than grain, so that Eastorn grain and mer
chandise can readily bo transferred to tho
railroad or that for tho South or West bo
loaded on boats. It is said that Supt. Shana
han is inclined to gjant tho request on tho
ground that the business of tho canal will bo
largely increased if tho plan is carried out.
Merchants in Albany aro much oxorolsod
ovor tho scheme, which, thoy say, will tnko
much froight to Iloston which has hitherto
gono to New York and Albany.
SERENADER8 U10 WANTED MORE BEER.
One of Them Mint by n Bride's Father at
' Mllford, Diana.
(SPICIAI. TO TH WORLD.
MiuoitD, Mass., Nov. 18. Last evening
John Colloy, of Lawrence stroet, was shot in
tho right arm abovo tho wrrist while serenad
ing a newly married couplo, Miss Katio Carr
and John Lawson, a Swodo, an informal
reception wns boiug hold nt thoir residenoo.
Towards 0 n crowd of perhaps two hundred
boys and men congregated outsidothe house,
determined to serenade tho couplo. In
response to tho serenado the father of tho
bride secured half a barrel of boor, which
was drank in n few minutes. Towards 1
o'clock tho crowd becamo thirsty and called
for moro boor. They woro told that tho beor
was gono, but that only tended to enrage
them, aud for a timo lifo was made a burdon
to tho Carr family.
Carr determined to state the faots to tho
crowd. Tho crowd pressed in on him, and
ono fellow spat tobacco iuico in his faoe,
spoiling ids boiled shirt. Tlio unnappy
father decidod to send the crowd away,
and pulling a 32-calibro Smith-Wesson
rovolver from his hip pookot, Iflred
at tho ground. As ho did so Oolley with
others Btarted to run, but was tripped by
tuft-grass, and as ho fell tho bullet entered
his right arm.
Dr. Duggan oxtraoted the bullet, which
caused only a floBb. wound.
BOSTON HAS A HAND IN THIS.
A Iloaton Mnde Cup to be Given to a Boston
Bont by a Boston l'uper.
lITIOIiL TO TIIX WOULD, 1
Boston, Nov. 18. The olegant trophy won
by the Volnntoor at Mnrhlohoad has boen
completed by Messrs. Higolow, Kennard &
Co., nnd is now on privnto exhibition at thoir
It is a handsomo cup of solid silver, lined
with cold and embellished appropriately
with figures of old Neptuno, of mermaids
nnd of clinging kelp and realistic sholls and
coral. Most appropriate of all Is tho idea of
presenting to a Boston victor tho work of n
On two bhiolds nro tho inscriptions: " Tho
Boston lltraUl Cup," and " Won by tho Vol.
uutoor, Charles J, Palno owner. Marblehoad,
Aug. 11, 1887." while a third shiold bears n
piotnro of on ancient galley with its lofty
prow and swooping oars.
The cup is 10 inches in diameter and 13
inches in height, with n capacity of flvo gal.
Ions. Its actual value is somen hero in tho
neighborhood of $1,600. nud tho work may
be woll estimated when it is known that tho
constant labor of ono man for three months
Old Mr, Trenor la Kane.
The bearing In the case of Patrick Trenor, an
old Vesey street merchant, came np before Jndgo
Harrett, In Supreme Court, Chambers, this morn.
Ing. Lawyers Adolph L Sanger and Henry W.
unger, on behalf ot Trenor. presented a further
certificate from Dr. Nlotoll, Medical Superin
tendent of the Illoomingiiale Arlum. Ur. Nlcholls
declared that for a man ot his advanced yeara
Treuor la a man ot remarkably good Judgment ami
strength of character, and Instead of exhibiting
aignaof Insanity, he Is posscaiedot inner, or mental
faculties. After hearing Lawyer liart.ett, who
represents the people who sought 10 declare Trenor
Insane, Judge Harrett dismissed the entire pro
ceedings and dlreoted the reatoratlon or all hla
property to Mr. Trenor. Lawyer Unger aays that
Mr. Trenor will not allow the matter to reat here,
bat will take proceedings against hla purinrera.
Philip Uuryeo Heard From.
Philip Duryee, the market gardener of Union
Itlll, N. J., who disappeared ftom home Just be
fore ho waa to be married on Wednoaday, has
been heard from. Ilia mother and h a Intended
wife received letters from him this morning show
ing that he was still alive. The letters gave no
clues concerning hi, whereabouts.
Broker Moon Not fJullty.
(SFKOUL TO TBI WOSLO.
t1.KVii.AMD, Nov. 18. Broker K. L. Moon, who
waa charged, with aiding laaao Stanley In misap
plying lion, 000 belonging to the National Dank of
L'oromeroe, which sum Btmley loat through deals
In wheat and rorn, waa tuts morning declared not
guilty in tho United States Court.
MONTREAL NOT A riA0B WHERE MANA
GERS EXPECT FORTUNE.
Yonnar Ed. Solhern Doing Well Thero and
Elsewhere on Ilia Tour Mlnalrela hlaw
to Win Favor Katells Clayton to Produea
an Orialnal rlay for Mara Jewell's Ilene-flt-Knlcht
In "Itmtolpli" Not Hneceuful.
. t i"rr3Vi9 "E friends of young
r r-5n E1 Sothorn wU1 ,,B
fjj I ttVaT R'Rd t know thnt ho
1J1 glHra, Ji has mado a solid finan-
Vr a hjSKH "L 11 succcbs as n star.
75nWPaHaXy 's wek uo ' I'lny-jffzZ-zSSZf
'"R n Montrenl.whero
WJt'gBl managers don't hopo
KD? 7Sl '? v ry muc'1 fr
fHL0'iiHPSB tune. When tho man-
Ksfwtl "IInzo1 Kirko" com
4i WKT i IPvk pany reached that city
vVvtffll i Mil "'"' rondo tho nn
lCnnHl lwu uounccnient that ho
ptfti& rv0V!M bringing "Hazol
rjL--'' -HI Kirko," which had
"" --X -5 just beon played 350
nights in New York, ho was greeted by this
question 1 " What does sho play in V When
Iloucicault wont to Montreal ho didn't aver
ago $300 per porforinanco. This shows what
Montreal is. Young Sothcm, however, has
been playing at tho Academy of Muslo to
very largo receipts, and, llko other pretty
actors, has boen " taken up" socially. " Tho
Highest Bidder " itself has also been greatly
commended. Bomo of Sothcrn's success may
bo duo to tho fact that his fathor was n great
favorito in Montreal. Next week tho com
pany returns to tho States and opens at the
Hollis Stroet Theatre, Boston. Sothorn ro
muius on his tonr until May, when he returns
to tho Lyceum Thoatro, taking tho placo of
tho regular stock company. Thoro is
a now play in view for film, a com.
ody that wob written for his fathor,
although "Tho Highest Bidder" docs not
show symptoms of readiness for shelving.
This btiuir tho first attraction Bent from tho
Lyceum Theatre by Mr. Frohman, its success
has been a Bourco of great satisfaction to that
gentleman. "Tho Great l'ink Pearl" and
Editha's Burglar," given at that houso. will
shortly bo presented in Boston, with Oillotto
as tho star.
Swcatnam, Billy Bico nnd Barney Fagan's
" progrossivo " minstrels, now playing ot
Nfblo's Garden, havo not met with n vory
conspicuous degroo of success thoro, of.
though tho company is a large ono, nnd in.
eludes a goodly number of minstrol favor
ites. Tho fact, howovor, that it takes timo to
win Now York's favor in minstrelsy at any
nny rate is demonstrated. William Footo,
who was. tho "projector" of tho Haverloy
Mastodon Mlnstrols, and who was engaged
as inauagor of tho company, loft tho organi
zation n fow weeks ago.
Miss Estollo Clayton has written n play,
and it is to bo presented at n spocial matinee
nt tho Union Bquaro Theatre very shortly, by
arrangement with Manager J. M. IUH. The
matinee will bo for tho benefit of Miss Sarn
Jowett. Miss Clayton claims that her play is
entirely original, and somo pooplo who have
road it woro greatly impressed with its situa
tions. As tho parformanoo is for tho benefit
of a Bister artist, it is oxpoctod that n strong
east will volnntoor service and give Miss
Clayton's play a good opportunity. Miss
Clayton bas very small foot, as thoso who saw
her in her barefooted rolo remombor. It is
now demonstrated that sho has a vory big
" Hoodman Blind " has proved so success
ful this season that tho management Intend
taking it out for nnothor tour next year. Mr.
Do Belleville, who is now playing tho lead
ing part, may bo starred " by tho " Hood,
man Blind " management in a French ro
Goorge Knight closos his cngagemont in
gjNow York on Saturday night. Ills perfor
mance of "Rudolph" is acknowledged to
bo artistic, but it has not mot with the suocoss
which was hopod for it. When an actor de
clares that ho mado an artiutio success, it
always means that he has mado a financial
failuro. Knight was oxtromoly fortunato
with n farco comedy called Over tho
Garden Wall," nnd no thought ho could
successfully enter tho Hold of legitimate
comedy. At any rate ho intends touring tho
principal cities with "Rudolph."
An ontorprising photographer will try to
presout pictures showing tho mysterious
chongo mode bv " Sho," from o young.lovoly
woman to a shrivelled nnd desslcated hag, as
described in Haggard's book.
"Tho Wife" is a great attraction at the
One hundred members ot the Triton Boat Club
of Newark, will visit Dookstader's on Monday
lime. Pontsl and Ur. Barry Bdwards, of Wal
laces, will support Mlaa Julia Marlowo during her
engagement at the Star Theatre.
"Conrad, the Corsair," Is nearlng Its fiftieth
night, and Jlajnr Charles E. Itlcc la preparing a
very pretty aonvcnlr to be given to the ladles.
Pror. Cromwell drawa large audiences to the
Grand Opera tlonse Sunday evenlnoa. Next week
Evans nnd Hoey oommenoe an engagement at that
house In "Tho parlor Match."
The cast of "The Ilegum," which will bo pro.
dnced at tho Fifth Avenue on Monday, Includes
Mines. Cottrellr, Marlon Manola. Laura Joyco
Hell, Annie Meyers, Josephine Knapp, Nina
Ilertlnt, (trace Seavey and Paula Franko, and tho
Messrs. Uo Wolf Hopper, Herbert Wluke, Digby
Boll, K. W. Hon, llarry Maodonongb, T. Do
Angrlts and H. A. crlpps.
DlstroMed Heamcn Passed By.
Isracui, to Tne would.
PniLADELrniA, Nov. 1& Steamer Brlxham,
British, from St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica, reports!
Sunday, Nov. 13, when passing Watling's Island,
was signalled lrom the lighthouse station as
follows : " A crew French distressed sea.
men, bleeding, shipping boat coming."
The captain of the Brlxham saya
that he could see no boat coming from shore, and
having a porlahable cargo of fruit and fearing that
by taking alok men on board ha might Incur a
detention at Quarantine on arrival, he did not stop.
He stites that if he Is requested he will stop for
them on the outward passage.
One Firm May Compromise.
The glss.bevelers employed by Heroy ft Mar
rlner and Scmon, IlicheftCo. aro still on strike.
A settlement may bo effected to-dar with the last,
named firm, but there Is little likelihood of one
with Heroy ft klarrlner.
Telegraph from Boston.
Extsniiinof time. Uood news to miny that were too
lit last week. In oonseqtunea of tne tnnwndons rush
aU last wsik, the ihIihh baa recalled Instructions ot
telegraph to hlra the bulidloir four days more. The pub.
lie art hereby notified tnat the entire reserve stook has
been reoetred from Doston, and tba second and last
great sale commences tO'dty at 0 o'olook, and most
Eitlfelj be wound np In four days more. This ts the
wee of the areat belf.a-rolllitm dollar stock of a
ie wboleeele firm tnat tailed and moved to New
York br order of the eonrt, The ! is now rolna
on in the two Urae alx-etorr doable bnlldlnts 71B and
T0 Broadway, between Aitor place and Fourth street.
New Yon City. Amoii the Immense stock of new
aoods opened out this morning we oan only mention a
few, but remember they will ao rapidly, and it it your
own fault it roo oome too late and find toe beet bargelcs
all closed out. Keep In view Una great sale will only Uit
tonr days more.
Men's fine beaTer Otercoets. (3.05i guaranteed worth
10. or money returned. Men's eleaant Klieun Orer.
coats, $S.Wi this Is guaranteed a regular (3d Urerooat,
A splendid salt of men'a clothe. (3.1191 guaranteed
worth (IS, or money returned, Kxtra fine tailor-made
men's salt. $T.4Vi gnarentoed to be worth all). An
elegant pilr men'.. Winter Pants. Cl.'iei gnsr
anteed worth a. lists and 30.000 different otber
rood.t.t,1.ttS.,1.,, sal "the two large bndd
feaa. 718 aniftlO Broadway, between AatorpCu and
Fourth street. New York City,
Cot 1 hi out and remember the addra, 718 and 730
Brodwar, between Aetor nlaoe and ?oortb etreet.
New York Oily. Both ballamgs open from 9 In the
morning untUWat night.
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HONG YEN CHANQ CANT PRACTISE.
The General Term Illecrluilnntee Against a
Wonld.Be Cblneao Lawyer.
Thn following applicants, who wero suc
cessful In their oxmninntion beforo Supremo
Court Commissioners Cardozo, Hornblowor
nnd Hansom, linvo been admitted to the bar
of this State: Frederick E. Woroh;
Percy Jackson, lleginald Woodward, Burr J.
Rntnaffo, Emil Schultzo, jr., John 0. Martin,
Hnphael R. Govln, Jesse S. EpBtcin, Everett
Ilrown, IUohard O. Cabbage, Ohnrlcs II.
Lellan, jr., Clifford T. EorIo, Henry A. Hoel
zcl, Itnsscll T. Low, Charles 1". Bostwick,
Howard A. Taylor, Albort Symington,
Henry II. Twombloy, William W. Mumford,
Theodore G. Lowis, John S. Kennedy, James
A. Chapman, Maxwell Evarts, Walter
L. Thompson, Alexaudor Tyson, Jacob
Manboim, IlobortO. Tailor nnd Itobort D.
Hong Yon Chang, n Chineso, wns ono of
tho applicants, and passod tho examination
satisfactorily. The General Term, howovor,'
rofusod to admit him when ho presented hiin
solf for examination.
Ho mado nn affidavit that ho was a residont
of this city and a subjoct of tho Emperor of
China ; that ho had nimliod to tho United
Stntos District Court of New York to bo mado
a citizen, but thnt ho was refused on tho
ground thnt existing laws forbado tho
naturalization of Chineso subjocts. Chang
also passed tho examination proscribed by
tho Court of Appeals and had nn aot for his
relief passed by tho Logislaturo May 2,1887.
A copy of this net is nnnexod to
his affidavit. It says: "Tho Genernl
Term of tho First Department of
tho Supremo Court is hereby authorized
to waivo alienago of Hong Yen Chang, a
nntivo of China, nnd now a resident of tho
City of Now York, nnd to regularly admit,
nnd liconBe him to practise on his
passing in a satisfactory manner tho usual
examination for tho admission for attorneys
GRAVES OP TUB ANARCHISTS.
Will the Dodlee bo Allowed to Itest In Wnld
helm Cemetery t
ISriCIAL TO TOT WOULD. 1
Chicago, Nov. 18. Tho directors of Wald
hoim Cemotory mot yestorday to consider tho
disposal of tho flvo dead Anarchists. Aftor n
two-hour discussion of tho mattor, tho fol
lowing was adoptod :
Itttolrea, By tho Board of Directors of tho Wald
nolm Cemetery Company, that the corpse of no
fieraon who has been seutenoed and executed by
egul anthorlty Bhall bo allowed a burial place In
the said cemotory unless the lot wherein It Is pro
posed to bnry It shall havo boen owned by said de
ceased or one of hla near relatives by blood and
the deed thereof recorded on the company's booxa
prior to hla sentonco or execution. Tne Board ot
Directors may, by a majority vote of nil tho direct
ors, grant exemptions from the foregoing, but Its
directions for the proposed location ot the grave
must be strictly obeyed.
Fursunnt to this resolution a committoo
was appointed to confer with tho representa
tives of tho friends of tho deceased, looking
to a location in tho cendetery, should tho
friends decido to inter tho remains in Wnld-heini.
GORVEN POT ON TRIAL.
lie Bluet Answer for the Killing; of Michael
Smith Last December.
Peter J. Gorvon, who stabbed and killed
Michael Smith in a drunken quarrol nt
Kuabo'S saloon, 174 Grand street, on the
night of Deo. SI, 1886, and whoso caso has
been dragging along from court calendar to
court calendar Hince February, was at last
brought to trial beforo Judge Gildersleove
In Part III. of tho Court of General Sessions
Ex-Judgo George M. Curtis appeared for
the defendant, nnd Assistant Dibtrict-Attor-nev
Vernon M. DnviB nctod as prosecuting
The entiro morning session of tho Court
wos occupied In tho examination of talos
men, tho result being tho seating of ono man
in tho jury box.
In memory of Father lilrner.
The "month's mind" mass for Father Klrner,
who died from Injuries received by the falling of
the walla of his parochial school, was held this
morning at the Church of Our Lady of ML Carmcl,
In Ilarlom. Schmidt's solemn requiem mass was
sung by Father Husand, S. J. Father Alorsus
Monsclli ofllclated as deacon and Father Dl Nlsoo
as sub-ueai on. After the masa two panegyrics of
tho dead priest wero delivered. Tho first, which
was In Italian, was pronounced by Father Ana
clelus. of tho Sullivan street ltoman Cathollo
Church. The other wns In Knellsh, by Father
Arkcll, of HaBtinK, England.
Mr. Parnell'a Health Improving.
Israelii, chile to the woblc.
London, Sov. is. Mr. l'arnell has written a
letter to a news agency stating that his health
Is slowly bat steadily Improving. He
does not Intend to speak during the
Parliamentary recess, as his doctors have ad
vlsrd him to avoid exposure which would probably
brlnif nn chills. He has also bern warned against
undue exertion, lie Is now staying at Hasting,
where he will remain durlnir the winter unless the
weather becomes so aovere as to compel him to no
A Victory for Photographer Fnlk.
srxciiL to tbs wom.D.1
Boston, Nov. is. Joclgo Nelson has lasnedan
order restraining the Forbes Lithograph
Manufacturing Company from printing and
publishing a lithograph representing Annie Plxley.
an actress, at a wasntub. The order was tamed
on a bill brought by Benjamin J. Kallc, of Now
York, a photographer, who claims that the photo
graph la an Infringement ot a copyright upon a
cabinet photograph taken by him,
New llre-llouars Wanted.
The committee of tne Sinking Fund Commission,
consisting of Mayor Hewitt, Comptroller Loew and
Commissioner of Public Works Newton, to select
sites for new flre-honscs, mot to-day at the Mayor's
offlce. Fire Chlof Shay asked to have two n re
houses ereoicd, one at Klxhty-thlrd street and
Ninth avenue and tho other at One Hundred and
Thirteenth street and Tenth avenue, 'the sltea
win be examined and a report will be made In a
Death Follows a Fall.
Fanny Belapolo, 5 years old, of 1 Batavla street,
while looking out of a fourth story window this
'morning, loat her balance and fell to tha aide
walk, receiving Injuries from whloh she died be
fore the ambulance arrived.
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Imprevm, bi orer ell other Helta, Wont eoeca PaRaAaklTLt '
tllKU la Three Hoota. Seeled PaaphlelSeeeteUJop. ASareaa 1
THt Samim FttCTBIC CO.. 022 BBOADWAT. NIW YWC. i
MISFIT OARPETB, Kuaa, Door Mats and linoleum
very cheap at 112 Fulton st., baaemeut floor. '
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At Auction. ' i
Ip! JERE. JOHNSON, JB :
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS. . ' '
ALL OF THE LOTS UNSOLD AT TUJB
Groat Auction, riopt. 20,
Vflll be disposed of at prlrat sala on easy tarauhf
$600 AND UPWARD.
Aaenta always at branoh offioe. on premise, oomer &
Nasauand Humboldt ets., Ureenpotnt, to show the lota,
or applj to Jere. Johneon, jr., bO Liberty St., Jtiew York,
or 1193 Fulton St. , lirooklrn.
PIANOS AND ORGANS. I
A -THE E8TF.Y UPIHQHT PIANOS, with their
e new repeatina aotion, win the admiration oi th
moet critical: see them before you bnyieold ontaontbly
payments. Kstey Piano Warerooms, B East lath at.
NUMnEIlOFORANDuprTa-ht and square pUnoa
jL of our make, ellKhtly used, almost aa srood as Subw.
and fully warranted, will be .old at a liberal reduction,
from regular price, i pianos to rent. Wm. Knaba A Oo.,
Hi Bth are., abore 16th et. .
BAIM1AINS IN PIANOS at Mndeman A Bon'aware
rooma, 140 6th are., near l'Jtb at. a lart assort
ment of new and elUthtly need piano, of our own and
other malte. at very attractive prtooa. ,
11HK ,rOPKnA" PIANO, the most popular anthe .
. tinrat In the market, only $10 monthly until aald i
one quarter's muelo leseon. freet rent only 9& send for
caUh.ane. Peek A Bon, 216 Wrat 47th at. .comer B'way.
HOMtKOPATHY A dlseeaeroaybefromoneof many
causes, exhibit very different symptoms, and th.
medicine curinir one caee may make another worse.
Every one can see the truth nf this. The medlotne,then,
advertising to cure a particular dleeaee raueh leu many
puts Itself In a ourioua oateaory. Homceopathyad
mlnlateratoeymptomsi He raediclnee at BORRIOKB
TAFFI.'H 1'harmaclee. 146 tlrand et. and 7 W..1 414 at.
GAS EXTHAOTINO 60c. i without aaa.35o. Kleut
Kold fllllnars from itl upward. Soft flllina: Mo.up.
Bfte6, 8, Kill and 12. No ohane for zaa eitracliaa
gben others are t be mado. Hours, 8 A. 61, to 8 P. U.
uudaye.tulP. M. N. Y. Dental Co., Mi ethave.,
second door south of 14th St., opposite Macy'a.
Ituiixh Get a Severe Sentence.
John Bough, who has Beveral aliases ulftl n
convlrted liofore ltecordcr Smyth of Bt'4llng$.00O
vrortu of diamonds from Itichard H. Xierbert, ot M '
Maiden Lane, was to-day untenced to eight year
and six months In sing Blng. Dough obtained the t,
diamond, on tho pretense of Knowing them to, ;
purchaser and afterwards pawned them,
Notes of Hrooklyn News. ' ,'i
Tho clothing store of Joseph Freeman, at Til
Broadway, WilltaniBtmrg, was entered by an nn-
known man aurae Urns last night and robbed of six ,
overcoats, vslard at flo. The burglar effected an .
entrance by forcing the bars of a rear window. '
Nicholas Cress, aged ten years, was put oat of
his home at S3 Meaeroleatrcet late laai night by
his stepfather. Tne boy saya that because he was
unable to obtain worlc his siepfathor had subjected
him to tho moat unfatherly treatment. Nicholast '
was taken care of by the Soolety for the Prevention f
of Cruelty to Children.