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OFEMTOflS GETTING TIMID.
, eroCEHOLDEES WATCH THE CLIQUES AND
ttnalness Yielded a Little nt the Opening
Tals-lilornfnj-.bnt the Hull Moon Bhawrd
Tbelr Hand and filer Bounded Iiark
Aaal I.cblch Deetoran n KaruUAuuual
Dividend n Spite or the Strike.
Opciatornwere in a quandary this mom.
ing. In fact, their position might bo llkenod
to-that of a mm who had atip on tho bull's
Irorns and wis afraid to hold on or let go for
fear of the consequences. Holders of stocks
Unacquainted withitheinside vorkings of tho
cljones were loath to sell orto keep what they
had, fearing a rise In tho one cats or a fall in
the other. The renewed activity of the
.boars - .yosUrdny nud tho ..threatened
" squeeze" in money miulo the course of
prices moro than usually uncertain.
DiiringtboHrBt-nlteen minutes or Bo of
business tbismorning prices yielded X to
nil around..andjrtron'g efforts woro mado to
carry the decline further, but the bulls
had evidently mapped out a programing, and
when'the-tima ennie -for decisive action 'they
I wero on iliand. 'Richmond Terminal was
whisked vUp froin UTJf to 29K, and
preferred ifrom Cljtf to 63$f, and
the rise was accompanied by rumors of
chances in the direction. Flower A Co.
were largo buyers of Iho shares, and tho
dealings wore attended with much anima
tion. One of tho rumors was that John H. In
man was to be made President of iho com
pany. 8. V. "Whito cMne to tho front ob a buyer of
Western Union, which .was also taken by
Waldon & Lawrence. Pearsnll's brokers
took Lackawanna and Frank Bavin bid
or Bt. Paul. Pretty much everything
moved up with Terminal, and at the time of
writing prices were anywhero from f to 1J
per cent, above the lowest ngureB. S. V,
Whito sent in large orders for Heading and
thesjlocknold up over a point.
Tho feeling became bo bullish that possi.
bilitiesof tight money or trunk lino conipli.
cationa.wpro .insufficient to check tho rise.
The Wabash has announcoda cut of 5 cents in
the rate tothe seaboard and wiilgivo dressed,
beef shippers of Kansas City all tho facilities
ihey want to oqmpete with St. Louis and
Chicago in the Now l'ork market.
The conference of tlie representative! of
the trunk lines will, it is said, bo attended by
Mr. Hickson, of the Grand Trunk. The
bulls, .of .course, say Jhat thero will he a
peaceful solution of tho difficulty,
. whilo the boors'predict an old.faabionod rail.
road'WAr. But one thing is sure, namely,
that tho street will not havo long to wait for
' definite results one woy or the other.
& V. -Whito evidently has not lost confi
dence in' the mwJtet aud has talcgrnpetl hiB
Chicago friends to this effect: "I do nojt
tf tliink the bull movement is over. It may
halt for -a few days, as this is another broken
week on account of "Thanksgiving, but I
, Ihink the markot will go higher."
Tho directors of the Lehigh Valley to-day
declared o semi-annual cash dividend of B
Tr". cent., "lustrmajrthelir action by the
statement that the company earaod C per
cent, for tho year In tho 3lrst eight months'
The exports (exclusive of specio) from tho
portof-KvXorkforJho week were $6,090,
There was a better demand for American
railway securities at London to-day, and
prices advanced H to 1 per cent., tho lat
ter in tho case- of Union Pacific. Consols
were also stronger, advancing to 103 7-16 fcr
money and to 103 -J6 a 103 V for the account.
The Bank of England lost jCIOO.OOO on bal.
nnco to-day. Tho political complications in
-Franco have no special ffeoton-rnta, Which
are quoted to-day at 80f. 60c.
Money jyas more active, at 5 a 6 por cent,
J Money "lent up to and closed at 4 per
There was a reaction in stocks lato in the
day under sales to realize profits.
1 . The Sub-Trenanry was $290,000 debtor at
the Cleoring-Hpu6e.io,day. .
THE 'DEMAND fOR BONDS.
In Stato bonds Louisiana 4s fell off front
!)2 to 91J. North'Carolina 4s sold at uti.
There was a fain' inquiry for railway
mortgages. Texas Pacific incomes advanced
1, to 52, and International generals ,
to mi. "Wabash 7s of 1879 fell oif
1, to 82- do. Dotroit Div. 1, to 107; Tol. A
Ohio Ctn. Tsts 1, to 94; and Lou., New Albany
and Chitago consols J, ip 921. Theso were
tho only important changes.
Governments wexo dull t tho following
w.vtx.N. ij. r.st.
Ug. IUm llflu a 108 IVtU a 108
;bp. ffk, "...MSC a 1091,' lOS? a 109
e if. r.....l 12(2 !' 12', a 126V
oup i 15(S', a 126Ji IM'i a 126S
!aroo7 6aof 1B9S 121U 131M
VuTnacj Bt pi jtM 123M 1JJJ6
'Jnrnncy of Iwf lS6 129
UurnnoyCaol ISM lml WH
Currtuctipf 1$ UX 1JV)
Canada Southern. fe',' 6V 6(( BHk
JMilc.Bur.Aauiuor 1SJ 1KI 1W 1WT
J?baTKortEweai, lllti 111!, lllji llU.
-Ohlc, Mil. a. Taui -mi tJS 77 17S
fetiaV--::: m lm
OooradoAIIocklnOoU 3J aJ 32 BjS
yolorad.nCoalAlron.... VH 0S -SH 388
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Hw.iKlitr.: SI !SS fiH J
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( K. Xenn.. Va.Afl. iMpd... 23 IS 2l 2ili
Uloojj Uantral 110V HK HU HV
Lake 8hoi"... wi ssy 83V (M?j
taSErI.Wan...... lju lofl ljij WW
MtonIanOentra7............ W W4 M W
NU..LB. A Waataru ITM 8TM 7H H4
Ulaaouri. Kauau A Tezaa 2JU 30j SOJi 80C
NewJuiarOeotral 78U 791J 78 7UW
New York Oentral,...,.. ....... 108J 1081 108 102
fJForkAtfawEniind..... U!l Alf. 40R 11
. Y Ohio. A St. Ljua new. 10 20 19J? (,
g.T.,Lak.KrU AWeaUrn.. ftb $0i 2J 80g
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Northern PaHfio...., 22lJ 22'J 23 Wll
Nortbfrnl'ayiao. pJ , .A, 48i 101 46S
JnUrtojtWeatrn...., IV 17 17 11
fron ltatlway A KaTtjatiop. WW 56l( 64 64
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teteA-PaiYnoy.: H9 55 5 SS
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Wert,roinU.nf.Ufraph .... sol HiH 79'. 80 J
WumUm A Mi na fJJi tO). VJi W,
Tlfiytim "Tp Vvenloa lyorld'a" Ticker.
TJio Wsbjial, stocks, Itiohiuoud Terminal aad
TirmlnaJ r 'flWr WM ,MB bBIf ' lUcbmouil
wV. ntUiBto.laT of tae stocknolders of the'
!f,erorroof conolldttion and mercer wlta itie
lV.er?iV,,r5 J'entt.iIvsnU, pf renn.Tl.
linar ,;jl,A,lor,.e,t',r reroinraenged by Ine
OREVl' HAS M)T TEf UESIGNEB,
tTnnble to Find Any One to Form a Cabinet
fanciAL nni.r to the world. I
Tams, Nov. 22. The political situation
grows moro complex day by day. II. Grovy
to-day hent for Hrissou and I'crry, but both
refused to chooso a Cabinet,
M. Grevy 1ms riot .Vet resigned. To a friend
ho has said that he is willing tb do so, but not
during the present critical stage.
Tho radical press lament tho refusal of tho
Ohambor to repeal tho Constitution and Bay
they do not want President, Ministry or con.
I visited Montmartro, tho Commuuist
quartor, to-duy. On all sides may bo seen
red flags flying mottoes, " Vivo I'Anarchio."
Nightly meetings are held and the mobs ad
dressed by fiery speakers who ask the crowd
to mass and Btortu the-Elysse.
WANTS THE COMMISSIONERS OUSTED.
The Anion of Men-irn. Tropliagrn anil Nnllmn
In tko llarleiu Depot Caae.
Assistant Corporation Counsel Dean np
pliod to tho Supremo Cdurt Genoral Term
to-day for tho removal of William O. Trpphn
gen and Gratz Nathan as Commissioners to
condemn parts of Fourth avenuo, between
Forty-second and Forty-third streets, for a
site for tho Harlem llailroad depot.
The question arose whether tho city should
bo compensated for tho fee simplo or the case
ment in the street. Tho first commission
awarded $25,000 for tho casement. This re
port was reversed by tho General Term, and
Messrs. Traphagcn, Nathan and Thomas
Allison worn appointed a lrew commission.
Messrs. Trnphagon and Nathan refused to
com mi to the damages fpr fco simple,
John E. Unrrill opposed the application.
Decision was reserved.
CLAMOKlKO FOR TIIE CONYENTfOX.
Eight Cltlea Bmltlnu the Chairman of the
Republican National Committee.
lerzciAt to Tire would. 1
PrrTsntiBO, Nov. 22. 11. P. Jones, Chair
man of tho National Bcpublican Committee,
says that eight cities are making efforts to se
cure the National Republican Convention.
They are New York, Philadelphia, Chicago,
Cincinnati, St, Louis, Minneapolis, Omaha
and Kan Francisco. Mr. Jones did not ven
ture an opinion as to which would be suc
cessful. That would be decided at the meet
ing of tho committee at Washington on Deo. 8.
Kir. Jones maintains a regular correspon
dence with .Tames G Blaine. He said he had
just received a letter from tho Maine states
man, who is now in Paris, n which U was
stated that Mr. Blaine was enjoying splendid
TWO BULLnTS IN HIS HEAD.
A Frenchman Found Dead in Tied with a
KevoWer In III ITand.
Charles Wcnzel, a Frenchman, who has
been boarding for tho pst threo months u
tho Hotel de Paris, nt 76 Christopher fctroct,
was found dead in his bed about 2 o'clock
Two bullet wounds wer discovered in his
In his hand was a loaded revolver, two
chambers of which had been discharged.
Miner and Carson In Iloaton.
larKCIAL TO THE WORLD. 1
Boston, Nov. W, A little btfore mldntgnt laM
nlglu Inspectors Houghton and Burke returned
to this city from CtilCJfip witU Itufus Miner and
George Carson In custody, who were brought from
Chicago, where they had been held for the ineak
iob dooe a Tew weeks ago at the ofllce of the Hox.
lurr Gita Light Company. They were arrested In
Chicago as suspicions characters, one of tho
Plnkcrtons, knowlnr that they were wanted la
Boston, bud them held to await Information from
this city. The prisoners were gotten out twice on
nrlta Issued M the Instance of their friends, but
were eac-ti time re-arrested and held until reqaM
tloa p.pers were secured.
He Lent the Melon 800.
IMcbard Morton recently met Ouitave de Morton,
who clatmed to be a scion of a noble Itenco.
family. Mr. Morton was easily persuaded that he
was descendant of the samo fumllri so easily
persnaded. In fact, that he lent the scion too until
remittances ahoald arrive from Prance. Litter he
found that De;Morton was one GnBtavn Barnwaid,
a scion of the penltentlarv. In the Court of Spe
cial Sessions to-day the scion was sent back to the
penitentiary for orjn year.
Timber Reflona All Ablaze.
ISnCUL TO THE WORLD.
BT.Lonis,Nov.22. News from Arkansas, Texas,
and as far west us Fort Worth, Indicate no abate
ment of the forest fires in sections remote from
telegraph and railway stations. It Is feared that
terrible lots to human and animal life has occurred
In Southwest Missouri. The limber regions are all
abUze and the loss to property so far as heard
from Is estimated at Jsoo.Ooo.
New Yorkers1 In Doaton.
ItrtCUL TO TBI WORLD, 1
Bosto!, Nov. ri At Toung's Mr. George
Tlcknor Curtis, son and daughter, of New York j
Mr. It- K. Coleman, of Mew York) Mr. and Mrs.
L. nenry Coden, of New York. At (ha Parker
House Mr. Nat C. Goodwin, Jr.. stopped over
Sunday nlvbt and left for New York yesterday
mornloj; Mr. E. II. Sothern, of the ' Highest
Readlnc Men Will Meet Thank. giving- Day.
SPICIiL TO THE WORLD.
rorrsviLLK, Nov. 8i Chairman John L. Lee
and Secretary Joseph Cahlll have called a meetlnr
of the General Executive Board of the I'hlladel
nhlasnd Heading ltallroad employees here for
Thursday innmlng, Nov. W, at 10 o'clock.
Important matters relating to closing the strike in
the Lehigh re.lon will be considered. It Is
rumored that the company Is supplying the Lehigh
Company with coal for their market.
Attentat ta Crack the Ilallaton Ilank.
ISrECIaL TO TUE WOULD.
Saratoga, Nov. St Two burglars made an at
tempt to crack Uallston'a National Ilink during the
night. They had succeeded in entering the bnltd
ing, when the w-t hrnan captured one. The other
escaped. The prUourr was well supplied with a
full kit of tools.
Inatinctlng- the Police Alarms.
President French and Commissioners Voorhls,
McClave and Porter left Police Headquarters at
noon to-day for the purpose of visiting the Nine
teenth Precinct and Inspecting the elx police
alarm systems on trial there. Tne Commissioners
will probably spend the entire day In Investigation.
Killed by Hunter (Irirk Conger.
(SrZCUL TO TUE WOULD. I
ST. Vavl, Nov, 24. Matt Hanson, employed In a
lumber cstrp near Shell Lake, Wis. , was shot and
killed yesterday by a hunter uamrd Oriel Conger.
Thu laiter says the killing will uulnUulMsl.
X Hoy Acclaeninllr Kill III Urotuer.
ISFEC1AL TO TUE WOULD. I
llindalx, Dak., Nov. M. The eight-year-old
son of W, W. Bears, Town Marshal, accidentally
sket and killed kls yoooger brother yesterday, lite
boys wcre playing with a gun, wlikh tlivy found lu
i) unoccupied uoqie,
11ERR MOST PUT ON TRtAL
A CROWD IN THE GENERAL SESSIONS
WATCHING THE PROCEEDINGS.
Anarrhlat Turned Airsr from the Door
The Chler AtlnrChlat nimaelf Nearly Kept
Out TUe Work Dentin of Srlerllna n
J it j to Try the Chnrse of Inciting to
ltlot by nn Incendlnry (Speech.
" Yj "cjVEKYseat in Tart I,
w j U . of tho Court of Gen-
jT,"V life? crn' Sessions, wns
VjNd jt IxIIclI this morning
Pgat, when Judgo Cowing
VSaViVy took his seat, but that
tx l!l Jurist claimed nono of
( J ;ffiyl Jti 'be honor of the un
IfcfTifitjmi $-f uaiinl gathering. Ho
ip"aL!ftfflk doforrod to tho
TlL!(L.?-jJ2ffl,'ren'('r n'irnc''on '
tKj&lrrfi k l'liy Herr Johann
W j iwSkir M o s t, w h o was
Jta VI fWh unn"e' about by n
( t$A 4'lHA croW(' 'u "10 corridor
yjj J VvWfl leading to tho court
BfiKfvyrjriKfggiH I room,conviuccdl)oor
"Wrri?CT?wal keeper Moies Weil
with sonio difllculty that ho wns tho star of
the coming performance, and was so far dis
believed by tho guardian of tho gnto which
separates tho spectators from tho lawyers
and court offices that ho was obliged to Hud
a resting placu yu u bench in tho back row of
From this position, elovated abovo the rest
of tho gathering, llost's evil eyo surveyed
tho scene with n furtive, wauderlng glauco.
Presently, when his counsel, Messrs, Howa
aud Hummel, entered, Most joined them and
tho threo took beats nearer the throno of
Most's short but rotund form covered from
tho fringo of mousn-gray hair on the back of
bis ueok down to the knotty boots on his feet
with a " houd-mo-down " ulster overcoat
of sheep's gray. It had a broad collar, and
tho little, lumpy head of New York's
chiof Anarchist protruded from it upward
and forward as the hood of a turtle protrudes
from hiB Bhell.
The overcoat was shed and Most stood ont
in a coat and vest of blaqk and drab trousers.
Ho quickly disposed himself and was booh
deep in tho perusal of The Would. Ills
counsel were gorgeously attired, and eacli
wore a blood-red roso in- his buttonhole.
Mr. Howe's bosom was rosplcudant with a
golden enamelled horse-shde set with huge
diamonds. These wore the only Anarchists in
court, the man at the door having turned
away several men and women who had no
subpeonas or summons to appear at court.
Louis Post was in court, but stoutly in
sisted that he was not Interested in Most.
Anthony Oomstook was nremnt. Hergius
Bohe vitch, lately oditor of the defunct Leader,
uuiliated with tho " hirelings of thocapatal
istio press," and was an interestod listener to
the proceedings in sundry minor 'cases dis
posed of before Most's was called.
Assistant District-Attorney Nicoll sat in
side tho rail as the represoutativo of tho
Deople, and at 11. SO o'clock Clark Hall called
the trial of John Most, indioted for mihdo
niennor in violating the statute against incit
ing persons to unlawful acts against tho pub
lic ppace entitled "against unlawful
assemblages." Thero wcro tho names of
thirty-six citizens in tho jury wheel, and tho
work of kclocting a jury was began immo
diatelv. This is tho second tirao nerr Most has been
tried for violation of this act. In May. 1886,
ho facud Recorder Smyth and a jury. It was
shown that ho spoko at n meeting and,
holding up a ritlo, snid that such
weapons could bo bought for !10 each,
and advised his hearers to invest in them to
shoot capitalists. Ho surampd up his own
case in n tlery speech, and was convicted.
He served a year on Ulackwell's Island for
Saturday evening, Nov. 12, Most addressed
a meeting at Kraemer's Hall, in Seventh
street, near Avenuo A. on tho wrong dono in
hanging tho Chicago Anarchists. Twopolico
nien and n WonLD reporter agreo thut his
speech was very inflntnatory and Anarchistic.
Most denies tho accuracy of their report, and
Eives a weak aud colorless version of what
Henry I). Wyman, dealer in real estate at
CG Liberty street, an intelligent man of forty
years, wns the citizen whose name camo first
out of Clerk Hall's wheel. He satisfied Mr.
Nicoll that he had no opinion on tho question
of the guilt or innocence of Most, and then
Mr. Howe took him up thus i
Mr. Howe Mr. Wyman, what la Anarchism?
A. I believe It Is an opposition to society as it
;. Do you know Herr Most; A. I have not that
Mr. Howe Mr. Wyman, Herr Most; Herr
Most, Mr, Wyman. Tola Is the gentleman on my
Mr. Howe challenged Mr. Wvnmn because
ho confessed that he believed Most desired to
overturn society, although ho did not know
whether Most had said it in his BsJ'cli.
Mr. Nicoll qualified Mr. Wyman by obtain
ing the assuranoes that ha was unbiassed and
had no -prejudice again Ht Most in the matter
of tho charge. Then Mr. liowo went at him
Q. You wonld be favorable, though, to what
Mr. Nicoll said, wouldn't you. A. Well, I like
Mr. Nlcoll-I voted for him.
Mr. Howe (loudly) You're excused, jon'ra ex
cused! Mr. Wyman stepped down and out, whilo a
roar went up from the crowd in court, and
Judgo Co ide rapped vigorously.
Charlos li. Locke, a bright-oyed rral-cbtato
man of 1171 Uroadway, admitted that his
prejudice against Anarchism and Most might
troublo him in coming to a verdict on tho
evidence, and he followed Mr. AVymau out of
Maurico J. Spillano, a retired blacksmith
living at 1320 Lexington avenue, said ho be.
Moved Most was accused of Anarchy, and he
did not beliovo in the oyerthrow of govern
ment. " I have been u citizen of this coun.
try for thirty-four years, aud I lovo my
adopted couutry too well to wish its Govern
ment ill. I am opposed to overthrowing any
government except tho ono that stole
I'Urien's clothes," said the old man, rapidly.
He was excused as incompetent under the
Daniel Dougherty, tho silver-tongued
orator of Philadelphia, whose eloquence wai
enlisted in behalf of ox-Aldurman Tom
Cleary, on his trial last spring for boodling,
stole Into court at about noon aud found a
a seat near tho door. Mr. Dougherty is not
of tho kind who can korp themselves long in
hiding, und soou he fairly divided the atten
tions of the big audience with Most.
Nathan Hayes, a fine looking silvor-gray
gentleman now out of business, believed
Jloht to bo "uu evil-disposed nerson " nud a
leader of the Anarchists in America. Most
hod boon convicted once, and Mr. Iluyei
didn't beliovo thntnau for nothing. Mr,
Howe challenged peremptorily.
Eugene C. Acres, who aat in the box in
the Sharp trial as foreman for two days, was
next called to the stand.
Mr. Nicoll asked i "Do you know that
Most is an Auarohiut? A momlier of an
American Hoolutiouiiry order ilavoted to
anarchy ? That ho is a leader of that soci
tjty V Tlio juror nmy.urcd jwt.otiuch, but
when Mr. Nicoll 'vtchl Oil wlti. lonco
know that lib beiioveg in tha se , ;--, .,
to goiu tho ends 6 tb, society That .,
approves of the use of ly Wn".0 , gntl c otton
anil other explosives ?" Mr. Hove $"
his foct much Hushed, and shouted ! yM.
waltl I object! Nothing of tho kind hs
been provod. It ia not truo, it is not true'
" Keep cool ; keep your temper I" cxpostu
lated Judge Cowing mildly. .
Mr, Nicoll argued that.it was proper to
show tho stato of thn juror's mind upon n
theso points in order to Und if it w fta so prej
udiced thai ho could not give, tho accused
tho fair and constitutional trial to which lm
is entitled. Mr. Hono was very thankful for
this solicitude for his greasy little client, and
said so, but declared that ho would loiA out
for Herr Most's lntcrcbts himself.
Mr. Acres was closely examined by Mr.
Nicoll. Ho seemed to have ft pure mind, und
was accepted by tho prosooution,
Mr. Howe read tho clause of thoConstitu.
tiou guaranteeing tho right of freedom of
speech, and Mr. AcrcB said that
whilo ho did not think n man
had a right to oxoite mon to throw bombs,
unless ho did that ho was entitled to perfect
Mr. Howo accepted tho juror, but Mr.
Niooll challenged him iwremptorily, and tho
wheel was turned again.
Alfred J. Goodwin, u movor of Iioubos,
living at 72 East Eighty-ninth stroet, was
accepted after n short bpat between counsel.
Ho is about thirty-oight years of ago, and iui
intelligent man in oppearanco. Ho occupies
tho foreman's scot in tho jury box. Ho was
the sixth juror examinod and took his sent at
Thomns Carroll, of 1509 Avenuo A, is a
liquor dealer. Ho did not like tho way
Anarchist do business, but had no preju
dices. Ho was given tho second beat in tho
llernhard Gntstem, of 2108 Third nvonuo,
nover heard of Horr Most till last Friday.
Ho reads tho Herald.
Benjamin Fox, a pawnbroker, at G28 Ninth
avenue, seemed to bo of unusually fair mind
and " buxineHH clear through." Ilo knew all
tho lawyers, but said ho held no unredeemed
plodges of Mr. Howe had, in fact, nover
held nny of his gems. Ho was projootod into
the third scat.
William McLenn. of the neclalron Works,
in West Twenty-third street aud Brooklyn,
wns acceptable to the prosecution. To Mr.
Howe the candidate said i " Unquestionably
Herr Most had a right to condomn the execu
tion of tho Anarchists in publio, but not to
express himself in n manner tending to ex
cite a riot." This was fatal to him, for Mr.
Howo consulted with his diminutive partnor
a moment, and then poromptorily challenged
Herman Washerman, tobacconist at 118
West street, wabuivon the- fourth scat in the
box at 1.3p o'clock. Eleven men. had been
examinod, three bad failed to answer and
twenty-two names still remained in tho
wheel when a roce.ss was ordered.
Ex-Editor Shovitch greeted De Lancey
Nicoll during tho recess. Ho said : " I am
going to address n meeting at- Coopor Insti
tute Thursday oToning on the Banjo subjoot
which Horr Most hod for his toxt. I hope
you will send court stenographers to hoar me,
but I want no newspaper trial."
COL ROGERS L0STBAG ANp STOCK.
Doaton Detertlrea t'lnd llotb In the Poaaeaalon
of a rjtreet Peddler.
SPECIAL TO TBS WOIILD.1
Boston, Nov. 22. CoL A. P. Hogoxs, tho
President of tho Southern Colonization and
Land Improvement Company, lost his trav
elling bag at tho Old Colony llail
road station on the 4th lust. Among
tho contents was a packago of thu
company's stock, which had not been
siguod and therefore was worthless to
the finder. It seems tho bag disappeared
when Col. Sogers was buying a now spapor,
and was undoubtedly btolcn. Tho loss was
reported to the police.
Yesterday a busines1 man callod on In
spector Hanscoin and gae him information
which led to tho arrest of a young man
named Hobert Wold, and tho recovery of tho
greater part of tho stolen property. The in
formant gained his oluo by means of a young
iouow in nis employ wno uuu oeen
consulted reelecting tho valuo of tho
stock by young Wald, known as u
street peddler. The clue was successfully
followed up by Inspectors Kobinson, Dugau
and Collins, who arrested Wald at his board
ing placo lust evening. The prisoner claims
that tho bag and contents were left with him
by another young man. Two-fifths of tho
patMir is missing.
The principal offices of tho company are at
No. 229 Broadway, New York.
The ISuilewood Athenaeum Durned.
ISrSCIAl TO TVC WOBLD.l
Knolkwood, N. J., Nov. ih. Night Watchman
Frank Uennet discovered Are In the large three
story brick building in Main street knows as the
KoKlewood Athenaeum, ownsd by George 8. Coe,
President of tng American National Kxohanee
Ilank, New York, at 8 o'clock this morning. Tru
building cost $t0,0ua Its prtaeot value
la estimated at $u,000. It li a
total loss. Nothing can be learned of tho
Insurance here. Tatre were three tenants. Mrs.
K. A Chamberlain, dry roods, loses 119,000; In
surance, 17,0)0. M. K. hprlngcr & Son, hard
ware, lose tlO.OOO; in ur nee, T,aou. Itolmrl
Mannar, oonfreflonery, lossa $3,000; no Insurance.
TUo EUKhwood 1'oauOlHte was In the btillnlng,
but the mall and all Uoteuuirnt property, ex
cept a few newspapers aud blank forms,
were saved. A small aujololn j building, owned by
Monroe Madison aud Thus. Husaell.was destroyed.
The lo-s Is 11,100; Insurance, 1M0. tieveral small
losses foot up about tl,(00,with no Insurance. The
fire Is believed to have ataned from the stove In a
room use i uy tko Kuelewood Cornet Hand. A Are
lei nrttnent nad lately been organized and a hose
carriage, with 1,000 feet of boso, bought to be de
Dynamiter Cohen Nat Known at Newark.
fsrtcuLTo TBS woaLD.l
NkWARk, Nov. M. The Newark police authori
ties deny all knowledge of the man Cohea or
Drown, who died In London recently, and who
wjs known as a dynamiter. No trace can io
found of his havlog ever lived lnaNowarkor
the nelzhtwrnood, although the authorities of
ocotl ndYard believe he was once connected with
a secret organisation hero aud have so Informed
Lillet Hopper by letter.
Thin Witness One of Ike Mcbullcn'si Dead.
fsrrcuLTO tub would. I
Nktt'iRK, Nov. ii -Capt. Tdat, who was
dronuvdlnthe Scholtcn disinter In tHe KuglUh
Channel, waa to havo been a wltneas to-day before
Master Itoman, In this city. In a suit brought
ag-aiuat his line ur steamships lor carrying more
than the allowed number of pisacUKera. Hi con
seqeenie of his death the trial was poaiuncd.
Churaed with Klllln a Car-lirlver.
ISftOtiL TO TUB WOBLD.l
Omaiu, Nov. ?t Peter Baxter was arrested
bore last night charged with the murder of oue
Tollafsm, a street-car driver In Minneapolis la.t
spriuit. Tollafseu was allot dc4 on bis cm and
tne uanh-box stolen.
I.ornl News lu Uriel".
bberwood (llllesuy uia.io an assignment to-day
to J. Carlton Ward no preferences being stated.
A meeting of the Municipal council of the Irish
National League will be held at Eighteenth street
and Fourth avenue this evening.
William Wasiiburne, of Youkera, was held by
Justice Duffy at the JcHcraou Market Court to-day
on a pliar ge of having motzzled 3uo from he
rpring-Usd Manufacturing Company, ol Jersey
VICIOUS FIGHTING IN BOSTON.
GE0E0S RYDER ANP "SLirrERT" BREEN
11ATTLE WITH HARE KNUCKLES.
The Chimera Klahler l Finally Knocked Out
'by tue Urookllne Hln(tfr-An Adjourn,
ment wn Had Ilernuao the Itefrree
Thought the Wpeelatora were Illnklna
Too Much Noise Iteumeil nt llnybrenk.
UricuL TO THE WOBLP.l
HostoK, Nov. 22.-i:nrly this morning
Georgo Ilyilcr, of llrookllno, and " Blip
,,ory '' Drceu, of Chicago, together with a
chosen few, rtpriwl to 'l ,ltt '" tlli'1
city and there in twcnty.two.foo ring en.
gaged in a bare-Snticklo'iontc.t In ho ...
deavortoscttlo tho ixi'aJ" luonts of thc,r
fUtio abilities. . ,,
llolh men went to work rather cantn.
and in tho opening rounds of tho battle little
real fighting was dona.
In tho fourth round ono or two terrific
blows woro interchanged and in tho bouts up
to tho oloventh, whilo tho hoionco displayed
was of high order, tho men avoided any
As soon as tirao was called in tho cloventh
round ltydor sprang liko n tiger for Hrcen,
but tho "bruiser" slopped him and laid him
low. Tho blow did its work. Poor little
Ryder's oyos woro n sad sight.
In tho twelfth round iloroo fighting com
menced, although both men appeared fresh.
Ryder Blappcd Itreon in tho faco with his
loft baud and gavn him an upper
cut which, soemed to toll. IIu staggcrod
and foil. Rydor was about to hit him when
his sooonds cried out, "'Don't Ooorgo,"
whilo tho opposing party cried " Foul, foul."
Tho referee said Rydor did not hit llroen
when ho was down, and theroforo ho could
not allow it. After a few passes time was
called, Tho next round was ono continuous
shower of blows and honors woro easy for
Tho fourteenth round was as bod as tho
previous ono, Rydor getting a little tho best
of it. Tho noxt and fifteenth round wns also
in tho llrookllno boy's favor, but tho Bix
toenth round turned tho tables. llroen
started in great shape, and gave, a
swinging loft-hauder for Ryder's right
car. 'Ilo followud this up with a right
hand uppor-out, knooking tho Hrooklmo
feather-weight off his feet. Tho latter could
do nothing, and would havo been laid low
had not timo been called. His soconds caught
him and carried him to his chair. Uy tho
aid of brandy and lemons they braoed hiiu tip,
and when thu baritone voica of tho referee
yelled " Timo " ho was, on bond.
They thou olinchod and, o. breakaway was
nrdttr,,,! wtiinli wnA iminodlutolv comoliod
with. Another clinch followed by ltydor
being floored nn& a fow punishing blows
frpw tho bruiser from Chicago and tho
Tho eighteenth round opened in favor of
" Slippery," and George, tho Rrooklincr,
could not scqiu, to niako any hondway. Ho
rallied, howover, and just as tho round closed
was getting in his work.
Tho next round he followed up tho samo
tactics, a lu John L. Hullhan. and it was
thought that all wan up witn Union. Hero
bots were mado in favor of Rydor $100 to $80
and soou $100 to 70 wos given. As tho
round closed tho betting was on Ryder, with
In the twentieth round both men camo up
rather groggy, but still did. soino fine fight
jug. This round closed with honors easy.
Tho twonty-flrst and twenty-socond rounds
wero similar, whiio tho twenty-fourth round
Thu men appeared gone, and it was thought
an inilo&bibility for thorn to coutiuuu. Tho
fighting appeared monotonous, and as tho
light wns to a finish thoy could not cull it a
When tho twonly-fifth round was opened
tho blows wero showered upon each other
and Rydor was knocked against Uio ropes.
Tho "IJrcen party claimed a " foul,"
but it was notullowed. 'that set them to
clamoring. "Oh, what robbery !" and other
such exclamations, mingled with oaths, wero
heard by tho friends of tho Chicago man.
Neither of tho men paid anv attention to
this. Soon thoy clinched, and broke away,
and then tho referee stopped them.
"Gentlemen," said ho, "I cannot afford
to bo known in this mutter, theroforo this
noise must bo stopped."
The spectators laughed in return, and tho
roferce continued :
" I shall not let this fight procood until it
Ah the nudionce did not quiet down, and as
somo sounds wero heard, it was rumored that
tho police had got wind. However, this was
not so; lint the men woro huBtled, well cov
ered, into a closet, und tho spectators to an
After much talking the referee ordered tho
mou to finish the fight within twelve hours.
Lively hustling around tho city was thon in
dulged in to beeuro u suitable place.
Tho skirmishers returned about daylight
with the report that tho only place available
wns a spot near Ilcaron Park. Tho idea of go
ing there waa abandoned because of tho fear
of nrreBt, and on oervbody present agreeing
to koep quiet tho rofereo decided thut tho
fight should go on. Consequently, at 10
o'clock this morning tho battle was resumed,
ltydor opened tho twenty-sixth round with
a firm determination to kuock llreen out.
llrecn mado little headway, aud Ryder hit
him a left-hander smash between tho oyes,
following it up with a right-hand upper
cut that knocked Hrcen oil Ids feet,
llrcen's eyes wero bloodshot. Ryder's
seconds saw this and told (leorgn to follow
the Chicago man up. Boiuo wickod work
was done in this round.
In the twenty-seventh round Rydor dealt
llrucn n left-hnudnl hwiuging blow that
knocked him off his feet into his comer.
llroen's face resembled a jolly pudding
Rydor had uo mercy on tho Chicago limn und
dealt him a bard one in tho face.
In thu twenty-ninth round Hrcm hit
Rydor in the btoiunoji aud neck. Ryder
retaliated on bis opponent's neck.
In tho thirtieth round each man rained
blow upon blow on each other. Tho faces
and bodies of both men prcbented a horriblo
bight. Hlood was pouring from seuTnl
In tho thirty first round they went nt
it hammer and tongs. Rydor, by a swing
itig right-hander. caught ltreou in
the jaw, and llroen had his mouth
open at tho timo and bis teeth closed
on his touguo with a ' clack." Ho had
bitten his touguo through. Tho forco of tho
blow knocked him luseuaiblo in a heap in tho
Ryder was awarded tho fight. Hrcen did
not show signs of returning consoiouhtiess
for fifteen miuuUs. Ho moaned pitvouslr
all tho time.
Iutiuiuto friends could hardly recoguizo
either man, thu features of both being
knocked out of shape.
- m m
Chaplain Paxlan'a Installation.
The Kev. Dr. T. Ik Paxton, pastor of the West
rrcebytertan Churcn, will be installed as chaplain
of tru Hoveutu Kegtmeut this cvtulug at the
Let -Vo f'oor iromoti J'lrnJ lltr Cupboard
Jlrirc on Tlianhlpivlnu Day,
MRS. MORGAN'S STOLEN JEWELS,
Thn Detectives Nuapect n Hcrvant, but are
Not Allowed to fllak an Arreal.
Inspector Hyrncs is not yet prepared to
Btato whnt progress has been mado in track
ing tho thief who stolo Mrs. Matthew Mor
gan's $15,000 box of jowols from 21 Lexing
ton avenue, but thero la reason to boliovo
that tho matter is uo longer a mystery to tho
Mr. Morgan was seen byDctcctivo Crowley
last evening, ami was told that tho InveBtigo
tio.iB of tho police pointed out as tho crimi
nal or ns an accomplice a domestio in tho
family whom ho named. -Mr. Morgan
strenuously objected to tho Bon ant's nrrest,
baying that ho would not consent to any
further steps in that direction unless satis
factory proof of guilt could bo adduced be
forehand. The detectives oro thus rendered powerless
for tho present. It is thought that Mr.
Morgan hopes to rocovor the jewels by
milder measuros than ( ho iolice would adopt,
This morning Mr. Morgan sent word to a
Vonr.i reporter that ho had no moro to Bay
about his loss,
1RUNK LINE PRESIDENTS CONFER.
niaenaalna the Orand Jrssk Demand for
Lower Kale oaDreaaed Ileef.
A meeting of tho Trunk Lino Prcsidouts
was held at Commissioner Pink's ofllco
to-day to discusa tho demand of tho
Grand Trunk for a lO-iier-cent. reduction
in tho rates on dressed boef. Thero
wcro present Messrs. Depow and Haven, of
tho New York Central ; Roborts and Thomp
son, of tho Pennsylvania Railroad ; Felton,
of Krio ; Hpeucor, of Dultimoro and Ohio,
and liegeman, of Delaware, Lackawanna and
President Depow, of tho New Control, said
io a Wonwi reporter that motterH worn pro
gressing favorably tow arils a solution
of tho difficulty, which ho deemed of small
significance at host, Mr. King and Mr. Rob
erts also snid that tho trouble w ould bo amica
At tho timo of going to press tho confer
ence wns still in session.
FOUND A MEjSAQB FROM THE SEA.
Tht hblp Mnry YVhalen Maid to Have Ileen
Wrerkrd Off Unmeant Idubl.
lilTClAl, TO TUB W011LD.1
.Tacksonvim-k, Fla., Nov. '22. Whilo sev
ernl men woro Lathing in the ocean nt Fcfrt
George Inlet, Duvul County, near tho mouth
of tho St. Johns River yesterday, ono of them
noticed a floating object out beyond them.
It was secured aud found to bo a corked bot
tle. Inside was found tho following, written
on a small pieeo of a blank book ixige:
Tho ship Mary Whalon sunk ofl llarnegat
Light. All hands penshed,
Car-T. M. C. WllAMtN.
Tho parties who found tho bottle vouch for
its truth. Tho bottlo was tightly corked and
settling wax runover it, aud it had tho ap.
pearuiico of having beou in the water somo
At I.atv About a I'utcmou Cemetery.
(srXCUI. TO TBB WO&LU.I
I'atsrson, Nov. W. For scvcrul days workmen
have been removing from tho First Reformed
Church Cemetery, on Water street, remains burled
fifty years and more ago. Tuo work was done by
order of I lie churcu consistory, which d aires to
one the graveyard for other purposes. This action
has caused much Indignation, and yesterday
Elizabeth bhlpley and other tielta obtained from
Vioe-Chancillor Van Flrct a temporary injunction
restraining the consistory. The lenutory waa
t'alabllahed In 174V The remains nf (Jen. Abraham
Uodniu, of Washington's slag, until lately reposed
Waa (iruentviild Murdered f
irrcML to tub wonr.n.l
New IlKUNSWicr, Nov. IB. The tody of Leon
Urueuwald, wno It Is suHpected was murdered,
was exhumed this morning for the purpose of
a posi-moriem exatntn .tlou. An Inquest will take
place to-uiKht, .William Hmalley. Mlcha 1 Liu
denbrrg auu a nrphow of (Irtieunalit siy iber saw
Ihldtluger-uiarksou thu dead nun's throat when
his bod was found.
Mlahtv (ood Niina lor llurvnrd.
(SPECIAL TO THE WoRLD.J
New Haven, Conu., N'u. . A. P. Oraves,
Yale, 'Hi, of Andover, Mass., half-hack on the
Yale l'nlcrlty eleven, who ncored the flrt touch
down against I'rlni'cUin Maturdiiy, has reolved a
letter from lis faiher pslttvciy prohibiting Mm
Irom playing agaln.t II. nurd Thanksgiving Day.
"Jnry, the Hum" Killed by a Pianist.
IsrrcuL to tbb wobxd.1
bTi'nais Citv, Dak., Nov. ss. "Jerry, the
Hum," a notorious rounder, was shot and killed
to-day by a man named mnllh, a pianist In a
l'lrxt-t'luaa Tbaukaalvlajf Weather.
WASHINOTOS Nov. W.
t Weather indication: for
iceatlitr, tll'JIU clunvjei
As in temperature ; light to
Avtft Kinds, generally
Jronx touth to uest.
For Uattem ,ev Vortr
J'ulr wather, ItjM to
Jreh trfmls, generally
tuutherw ; wanner, Jul'
loved by sU'jhwj colder xceatlxr,
""" n"m"r IJWttotf
SHOT BY DANIEL DOHEJffir.' M
COL GEO. 1L GEAIIAM FATALLY WOUHpED fjM
IN LONDON BY A NEW I0EKEK. J9
The Htinotlnr drew Ont af a Dlaentalsn Ore TOaaaaa
n llambllna; Debt, Which Doberty He- H
fnard to l'ny, on the ftroand 'that the) )
riny iron not Fair Col. Graham's Jteeerd' ifnl
In ICocheatcr Not Terr Good. l "IS
ISrlCTALCABtl TOTCT WOBLO.I ''aaal
London. Nov. 23. Dan Dohertjr, of Nerr 9
Y'ork, shot Col. Georgo M. Graham, of Rooh- J&afl
ester. N. Y., last night, inillcting a probably H
fatal wound. Doberty is under arrest. ' il
Tho Bhooting grow out of a discussion oyer jtfH
a gambling debt. Graham, it is said, told' SB
Poherty that a certain sum won from
Doberty by n Mr. Howard, of l,e York,' '.tB
ought to be paid, as it was a debt of honor. 'wfl
Doberty had refused to pay it on the ground HI
that tho play was not fair. He became angry ?-fl
at Graham's remark, and shot him. 'il
RociiESTEn, Nov. 22. Graham, mentioned $H
in a London dispatch as having been shot by
Doberty, kept a gambling-house here. several ffl
jarsago. Ho was n quiet, but determined. JH
man, itiiJ thonghcldom in n row, fjenorally 'JiflH
got tho best o thdso that ho was forced Into', !
Dohorty was arraigned in Row street, to- 9
day, charged with shooting with intent to t ?M
kill, ' " $M
TnEV WERE NOT IWRGIiAES. Jl
One Hundred nnd, Ilfly oT. Inaprctnr Wtta I3H
lam.'a Friends Ulve lllm n niirprlae. 'H
Inspector Williams mode n friendly call 'JH
with his wife, on Monday night nnd feeling; 'fl
tired, started for homo at 9 o'clock. 'VYhon fl
ho reacJioil tho Bt. Dennis Hotel his wif ex. fl
prebsed a desire for somo oysters, andof .H
course, was accommodated.
The Inspector reached his homo, at No. 109 ifl
East Tenth street, about 10 o'clock, when ha ;.H
saw a pqlicoman nnd threo strangers lurking; IS
in tho shmlq of n gaslight opposito to Ms fl
house. He callod thq otneer, who Informed , ,M
him that ho had driven a roughHooking fel- i
low from his stoop, as the man was standi Jm
iug there and peoping through tho. parlor.
shuttors, Tho rooms wcro dark, and visions of ifSH
burglars danced through tho Inspector1 1S
brain. Ho rang tho hell, was admitted ana .B
started ou a search. Suddenly tho "gas was. VS
lighted nud Inspector Williams and his wif O i
wuru greeted by one hundrod.and fifty. geSn- JH
tlemen nnd ladies who had cojno frpm J1'! "llH
ovortho city to tender to him n surpriso ;M
Iarty oujthooccasioitof tho, oloventh annl- ?9H
vorsary of his marriage. JS
The rooms woro filled with floral offerings Jm
of all designs and more.innumoerinanQorua. .h
be put in a bath room, and in the dlningv fjH
room was a sumptuous ropast. A band of IjH
music added to tho joyousness of. tho ooco- M
sjon, and dancing and merrlmerit were kept ,-H
u until 5 o'clock this morning. SH
Of courso, tho policeman on Tost, the rnys- , AyH
terhiuB stranger on tho 'loop and th tH
"bouncing" of tho roan wore part of, too H
programmo to mako tho visit a, (SomplesnT- M
DETECTIVES GUARD C1IAMBERUIN. J
Fomt I'iukerton M.en Protecting the lWt "rH
ruan from Knajand. aal
SriCIAL TO TBB WOBLD.l ' "AB
Wasuinqton, Nov. 22. Tho English repro- '
sentatives on tho Fishery Commission, jjM
especially Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, aie B
nccompnniod to this city by a squad of Fink- SW
erton detectives, four in number. Afrlend IS
of Mr. Chamberlain states that the, dlstin- $m
guished Englishman does not fear any vie- M
lencu. Nevertheless the British minister has -ffi1
employed Pinkcrton's let??ti';oai1TP1,r4 ''.aM
him. sleeping or wnking, while in the United -.!
At night ono of tho detectives guards, his WM
bleeping niiortments. When he. goes to M4 M
meals, which ho invariably insists shall be) M
served lu tho public dining-room, the Hnker;- TM
ton agents occupy seats at the adjoining mH
tnblu until bo has finished. Thoy are au
wovs armed, nnd when he goes, out fork tfM
walk or drive they aro always near Mm. ViH
When in his private apartments all callers jgfa
uiiou Mr. Chamberlain or any of bis party fH
are cautiously questioned and observed py -J
dctuctivo who stands sentry at the foot O tL M
Wolf Aldermen Knocked, Out,, a Canal. Wu
Judge ll.irrett to-day, In Supreme Court, Cham- jH
bcra, denied the motion for a peremptori xnan- .M
dainus, made on behalf of the Wolf, or Crolnwen- jjM
Ian, Hoard of Aldermen, to compel the present oltr :3M
lathers and County Clerk Buck to reoognuo Aim
them as tho Board of County Canvassers. TIB i
Juilge does uot think It necessary to give reasons, '
and he also Imposes upon the Wolf 'Aldermen cost jam
of proceeding, 'lhls dispute has been brought tip urjaj
early and the Wolf Aldermen are always beatait, ,M
Colleclnr ofHhlrla, , $M
Mrs. Klng.proirieiresaotaaemploynienlaEeser mm
at 8TS! Sixth avenuo, la on trial before Mayor vPJ
Hewitt on a charge of fraud. A dozen complaints -'aBB
have been lodRCd against her. Montague, Lichen- SOI
stem says he paid her $10 for a position as collector. O
Wheu he obtained the lob ho dltcovered tnaj ns -flss
was to collect dirty stilus for a lannory. Mrs. .Jm
King makes a general denial of the ehargea a
nnd a'soaaya that she rsfonda money to thrjM Who mm
do not get employment. jHjl
Trluinpbnnt Woman HoffraalaU. X
The Woman Suffraie Central Club mat la .jQ
Kleventh street, last night. Mrs. Kate ralmer 'JUl
Sti-venn presided. It was announced that tbs 'jS3
Wisconsin courts have decided that women can (WM
legaly ote at local eleotlona: that lortv-atx
women vote I lu tht State, thla month, and that a mm
lady, Mla Ida nuffeu, has been elected a County .SSl
School Commissioner In Oswego County. 3KJ
.lira. Wilklnaon Jailed for Aaaanlt. 1MM
Anna Wilkinson, of V Monroe street, wonts JSJ
husband, James, was ahot by the Italian, Mariano Sh
Dma)o, last aaturday night, was arraigned lattj 3j
Kssex Market Court ihla mora ng, charged wltlt Ml
assonltlng Andrew Ni-wman, of 160 Park row. alp tM
m committed for threo months. gnjl
Labor .Hen In Hearth of Uaurmonr. JSrt
The leaders of the Labor parties are endeavoring WH
to bring about a meeting of representative man to '.Mm
organize a party that will haruoalxe all the fc- 'fSfM
ttons for tho next ITesldential campaign. Aeon, ,M
ftrence of committees U likely to bo held this - HJ
- " m , II
To be Trlo4 as a Nuisance. .fehjji
Angust Hchultz, of si East Third street, xoada.a. $
great racket In his own neighborhood vory early 'jaM
this morning by firing off a pistol. Policeman fflM
McKlnney arrested him, and at the Essex Market Mm
Court hu was held in t for trial as.a nuiaanoa, trca
The Qld Fire Laddlea' 11 all. f
William llrandon, John V. Waydell and Barnard mm
F. Martin hare been appointed a committee ta M
mako arrangements for the annual ball of Us 3jfl
Volunteer Fir, men's Association. mm
It Kills All Comfort jB
whn jatarrh ha jrou In Ills olutebiia. VfotopTT'a T9
VAT.AUUU ABUlUftATOaislhaataadarramadj. t ' AM