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w PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. JH
i GUTTENBURG'S CIRCUIT,
Sixteenth Day of the Associa
tion's Autumn Mooting.
Tha Weather Plmant, the Attandanoo Large
and the Track Very Heavy.
I The notion About Evenly Divided by (ho
'T ' Favarltea and Noa.Favorltee The Win
tiers Easter, tlrlcr, lien Tbompeon, Bight.
J Hainan and Wlndaall Entries nod Prob.
I mble Starters at Clifton To-AIerrow.
Aufam-Oapt, J. M. Nelson and n. Sohaltie, lr.
WICUL TO TBI WOBLD.)
NOBTH IIPPSON PKIT1KO PABK, OCTTKNBDBO,
U. J. , Nov. ft. The weather li flne anil there Is a
Ilirjc attendance) hero to-day, but the traok li
very heavy and the time neccsaarlly slow. The
racing began with an easy win for the favorite,
HMtcr, and was followed In the second race hy
m ike favorite Neptnnua and cecond favorite Drier
k? being In reverie positions at the end, with
J Brier winning by half a length. The third
rice had the same result, the second raver
lie, Ben Thompson, beating the favorite, Change,
bl a aoad. it wa a cood race, "heads "only
eejaratlng three, Anarchy being third.
mine fourth race, live lurlougs for two-year.
Eft. V?e toTorju, "Uncle Bill" Dalj'a
flHI ' Unseen, won eaaliy, although
2S by a head from Oracle. The
1 fifth taoo was the long race of the day, but tue
nVi.'ifT.J'L ,0.m ofcra, waa small, and Mike
Daly Wlndaall won easily.
I flBST RACE.
Parse $aoo, 0f wbloh $50 to the second, for
sualdea thrre-year-olds and upward; three-year.
?J2. J rr7 10 '" ! four-year-olds and upward.
ll9iM "P allowances; five furlongs.
I T. F. Colt'a b. c Enter, 4, by Lord Cordon,
damuntaown.HO (Watson) 1
". WO (doodale 1
Tele. rani. UO (Hueston
I Commotion, 1110 ..(Doaue) 0
1 uttenbrug, no (Naglrj 0
John Keyem axj (Uurtoi, 0
I JMi4Mer, 10O ..(Dunn) 0
TJma.-l.os. Betting-I to 1 on Raster, a to 1
t against Landis.-,S to 1 Telegraph 10 to 1 each
Commotion ant rocasset, is to 1 Outtcnburg and
18 to 1 Joha Keyis. For a I'lsre Easter burred, 7
toe aga;nt Teletraph, to 1 eaeh Lamlsecr and
I Commotion, 8 1 11'oo.siet, 8 to 1 each John Keyes
J, I and Quttenburg.
id Tha fiacc.tiMXtx took the lead soon after the
ta .,..". ,.WM noTer headed, winning under a
jinll by half a leng i, roc issttt second, ten leugtiis
in front 01 Telfgr-iph. Mum. 1. raid: KjBter. s'.w
' iWA0i fraplsce, i0; I'ocaiaett, for a place,
Z2 rurselHK), of which ftM to the second: for all
38"; selling allowance; horsts cntercil to be sold
a ,or i0 c,rry lb.. Irrespective of age or sex.
S with 8 lb. added for each llub up to 1, ouo; three!
w quarters of a mile. '
tp llagnolla Siablea' ch. g. Brier, by Bramble,
dam Quartette, 101 ....(Bergan) 1
Nalor, 10s, , (Bartom 1
BounleBouche.110 (itourke) 0
Harry Brown, lua. (M. B rgan) 0
' ft"n.A1?4.er' ,oa- (p.Vttip.tflot; 0
sal Veto, 10 ....(Dunn) 0
' v. VTO.-1,M- HttlnR to 5 eainst Neptunus. I
tpaxrltr. a la 'on Alexander, e to 1 each
2fal o and Voto, T to 1 Minnie t. Co 11 . 18 to 1
Jlur.y Brown, W 10 1 Bonnie Bo arte Koi a l'lace
i i to 8 on Neptunna, T to i each aialnat Brier and
John AloJtander. s to 1 Hallor, li,i each Minnie
fi-,Jhn .B1? V,0 to 1 Urry Brown and 11
to 1 Bonnie Douche.
Theitnct. John Alexander and Brier made the
KtcS.1??m,"" K"S flrnh Urlcr lei""niiat the nnlsh
SkS?1'..! '"J"' Neptunna Second, six lengths In
onj of Nallor. Vutucls paid s.w straight,
M. 8 1 for a place, Neptunua -or a place. Winner
fcHight In tortus, andvar):ofJ3. ,,
Torse $200, of which . to the second: for all
: to carry 105 lb. ; sex allowances: thrae-quar-ters
of a ralle.
31. Ajkey's b. g. Ben Thompson, aged, hy John
It ley, iiam unknown, lw (Morrison) 1
Change, 10S ....(Dutu) S
Anrchy, 104 (D. ilarrett) 8
Vulcan, 109 ....(Coffeti u
Tlme-1.91. Bottlng-Bto on Change. to a
agalntt Ben Thompson, 10 to 1 eaoh Anarchy and
Julcaj. For a place Change and Ben Thompson
bIl,d8 ,0 s ellon Kmt Anarchy and Vulcan.
The Race Vulcan got away drm, followed by
lien Tiiompson, who almost Immedlatclr took the
lead, and kept it, winning a good race by a head
from Change, who waa the aame distance In front
of Anarchy. Mntueii pid . straight, ,2.40 for
a place, and $2. 18 Change for place.
Purse IKKLol whlon to the second, for maiden
two-year.olds; to carry 1001b., with allowances:
Ave Inrlonus. '
M. J. Daly's b. g. Slght-TJnieen, by Mortemer.
, dam Notre Dame, W (Doane 1
Oracl .,97 ' dwa?d i
1 Jilss Hampton. 100 (J.l'eony a
Frauiele, 101 m. Barrett) 0
uran queen....... (Ooodale) 0
t .Tira,,7-1,10' Betting Even money against
1 Sight-Uoaeen, I to 1 Oraole, to 1 ech Fraolrln
and M.ss Hampton and 10 to 1 Qlan Queen, For
a Plaoe-Blght-Unaecn barred, 8 to 4 on Oracle. 8
to& eaoh against Fraoletn and JIUs Hampton and
to 1 Glen Queen.
Tht Race, Sight-Unseen led from atart to flnhh,
Wlnntng under a pull by a head, Grade a-con.J.
1 twenty lengths In front of Miss 11 amp on. Mutuela
place'!?'13'05' 'ort'Ui:e' i-n Gract0 rr
' Ftrro raob.
Tkt atth raoe waa a dash of a mile end
' ,.'urloair' tor all ages, at sailing allowances,
S18Q to the winner and (80 to the second. The
ajarters Included Treasurer (Kourke), 110; Big
Head (Foster), 10: Banero (Bertian), Wlnda-Q
. (Dojne) and Tony Foster (Seward) at 100
S5?h nrt Vindex (Yetter), lb.
Tbe betting strMght was even money against
W' 0ali. 8 to a HU Dead, to 1 Banero, 8 to 1
tth Tony Foster and Treasurer, and JO to 1
1 .U'0?, b7 " J- D,lT''1 Wlndaall, Vindex second
fS. ?ro third. Time, s,o. Wlndsall was
! Wj a tae plaoe betting, with 8 to 1 against
' Raelnar at New Orleans.
IsrxaAj, to tbs woaxo.j
j NrORlJiAts, Nov, S3. This la the fourth day
W si tHojoiumn races. The flrat waa a dub of Ave
ft"2S5', ,or " e. "I"1 lellmg allowances.
r-Jv'' 'N was Brat. Redleat second
iu5 Bng third. Time, 1.04X. Betting-a to
i1'1" to win, 8 to 8 for a plaoe, and 6 to on
4nne Buifor a place.
,." ,"oond taee waa at three-quar.
. !um. L .' rall wl,n "lllng allowances.
1 iii''ii?aKTD M pounds, nrstj Balance sec
2?f.rS!" n"A Time-1.17. BttUag Mto1
' M2V,'i,VtaDer ,0 1 ' a Pl Balance
barred tor a soa.
nTMnnPrl(JSr.V& nrt probable starurs at the
Clifton racra tctaorrow are a lollowat
V tl.SlS?.?S)i2,,i,0,, 80 ,0 ,n eeond,for maiden
' in 1 lJ J5f 1 ?i J,,n? allowances! horses entered
twlonta? S0M to osrry uiiweignti Ave
fe..'M iwlBtrtwr Dan....... ioi
VeSd.ndnaC!,le.otll'"con,S. '" "'
mm?B?aona5SJaMh,,,HB ma and not won
GSs?i aeHina a1iuiraitton autumn meet ng
mile. 8 nlluwair;,. ,hree-iiuarters of a
Frollo llJSt..,,, "L
uoatoof Uearia..... 103 Hi)"," m
Htrtf Uoa., niuLVLi ei
Pone asoo, of wWch 50 to thLW0(i( tw borKI
that have run and not won at the Clifton autumn
meeting in 1S87J beaten allowances of s, 7, 10, is
and 80 lb. ; seven furlongs.
IJisnop us Fred Davis w
(ireenfleld lis Binlon M
Brl'lUnt lis Vitello B
Cow Driver 103 Castlllan M
piendon lus Little Mickey 78
Ida West lOolLagirdere 70
Alva. 93 Cutheco 70
rnrse bo, of whleh $.w to the second, a hand!,
cap for all ages; one mile.
. . .. " I'f-
Waukesha. lis Traveller 9f
Nettlo 10S BrlBht Ktcs s
Hclax lis Nellie Van.: vs
Tu .Is 101 Bclmout t
Mootiahlne luo spring Eaglo 90
Purse tsso, of which tso to the second, for three-year-olda
and upward: to carry 10 lb. above the
scale; three-quarters of a mile.
Lancaster 1M Roslere iss
Wayward 1st El Trinidad 1S3
Black '10m m
naolng will bemn at 1 r. u. There will -be six
reces on Thursday.
GREVY HAS 0T YET RtSIGSEP.
Unnble ta Find Any One ta Form a Cabinet
ISriCClAL CADLK TO TOE WOnLD. I
Paris, Nov. 22. Tho political mtuatioii
prows rnoro coruplox day by day. M. Qrevy
to-day sent for lirisson nnd Ferry, but both
refused to choose a Cabinet.
M. Grovy has not yet resigned. To a friend
ho has snid thnt ho is willing to do so, but not
during tho present critical stage
The radical press lament tho refusal of tho
Chamber to repeal the Constitution and Ray
thoy do not want President, Ministry or con
stitution. I visited Montmartre, the Communist
quarter, to-day. On all sides mny ho seen
red flags flying mottoes, " Vivo 1' Anarchic"
Nightly meetings are held nnd tho mobB ad
dressed by fiery speakers who ask tho crowd
to mass and storm the Ely sec.
WANTS THE COMMISSIONERS 0DSTED.
The Action of .11 eear. Trnphagrn and Nntbnn
In the Harlem Depot Case.
Assistant Corporation Counsel Dean ap
plied to tho Bupremo Court Qenoral Torn
to-day for tho removal of William O. Trapha
gen and Gratz Nathan as Commissioners to
rondemn parts of Fourth avenue, between
Forty-second and Forty-third streets, for 11
aitcj for tho llarlein llailroad depot.
Tho quostion arose whether tho city should
be compensated for tho fee simple or the caso
meut in tho street. The first commisaion
awarded $25,000 for tho casement. This re-
Iiort was reversed by the General Term, and
tlessrs. Traphagen, Natlian and Thomas
Allison were appointed a new commission.
Messrs. Trapbngen nnd Nathan refused to
compute the damages for tee simple.
John E. Burrill opposed tho application.
Decision was reserved.
CLAMOliING FOR TIIE CONVENTION.
Eight Cltlea nealeataai the Cbairmna of the
Uepnbllcan National Committee.
ISPZalAX. TO TBI WOULD. 1
PrrrsBWjto, Nov. 22, B. F. Jones, Chair
man of tho National Republican 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 Ban Francisco. Mr. Joues did not ven
ture an opinion as to which w ould be suc
cessful. That would be decided at tho meet
ing of the committee at Washington on Dec. 8.
Mr. Jones maintains a regular correspon
dence with James G. Blaine. lie said he had
just received o letter from tho Maine states
man, who is now in Paris, in whicli it Man
stated that Mr. Blaiuo was enjoying splendid
TWO BULLETS IN HIS HEAD.
X Frenchman Found Dead In Ded with n
Revolver In Ills Hand.
Charles Wenzel, a Frenchman, who has
been boarding for the past three months at
the Hotel de Paris, at 75 Christopher street,
was found dead in his bed about 3 o'clock
Two bullet wounds were discovered in his
In his hand was a loaded revolvor, two
, chambers of which had been discharged.
The Iinslewood Alhenieuin llurncd.
ISriCIAL TO TOE WORLD.)
Emolewood, N. J., Nov. ssl Might Watchman
Frank Hennsl discovered flro In the large three
story brick building In Main street known ai the
Englewood Athenmum, owned by George 8. Coe,
President of the American National Exchange
Bank, New York, at S o'clock this morning. Tela
bulliilng cost HO, 000. Its present value
Is estimated at $23,000. It la a
total loss. Nothing can be learned of the
Insurance here. Tuere were three tenanta. Mrs.
E. A. Chamberlain, dry goods, loses lis, 000; In
surance, $7,000. M. E. springer & Bon, bard
ware, lose $10,000; in-ur.noe, $7,800. Robert
Magear, confectionery, loseata.000; no Insurance.
Ihe Engl wood Tost-OAke was In the butl'ilng,
but the mall and all Government property, ex
cept a few newspapers and b'ank forma,
were saved. A small aujolnln 1 building, owned by
Monroe Madison and Thos. Uusaell.was destrored.
The lo-s Is $3,100: Insurance, $600. Several email
losses foot up about $1,000, with no Inanranre. The
Are la believed to have ataried from the atove In a
room use 1 by the Enslewuod Cornet Band. A Are
deiartmenthad lately been organised and a hose
carriage, with 1, OeO feet of hose, bought to be de
Sllner and Carson In Doaton.
araciAi to tb wobxcI
Boston,' Nov. , A Utta betore midnight last
night Inspectors Houghton and Burke returned
to this city from Chldgo with Itufus Miner and
George Carson In custody, who were br ugbt from
Cntcaio, whers they had oeen held for the sneak
lob done a few weeks ago at the offlce of the ltox
bury Gas Light Company. They were arretted In
Chicago as suspicious characters. One of the
Ilnkertons. knowing that they were wanted In
Boston, had them held to await Information from
this city. The prloonora were gotten oat twice on
writs issued at the instance of their friends, bnt
were each time re-arrested ssd held until requlai
tlon papers were secured.
Heading Men Will Mrct Thankoarlvlna; Day.
(arXCIAL TO TUI WOBLD.l
roTTSVllXB, Nov. as. Chairman John L. Lee
and Secretary Jo.eph cahlll have called a meeting
of the General Executive Board of the Philadel
phia and Heading Uallroad amployees here for
Thursday morning, Nov. M. at 10 o'clock.
Important matters relating to closing the strike In
tbs Lehigh rsalon will be considered. It Is
rumored that the company la supplying the Lehigh
Company with coal for their market
Ho Lent tho Melon 800.
Hlchard Morton recently met Gustavo de Morton,
who claimed to be a scion of a noble French
family. Mr. Morton waa eaally pertuaded that he
waa a descendant of the same dpillr; so eally
persuaded. In fact, that he lent the scion $80 nntil
remittances should amy from France. Later he
fouud that DsJMorton waa one Gustavo Barnwaid,
a scion of the penitentiary. In the Court of Spe
cial 6ealona to-day the ecloa was lent back to in
penitentiary for one year,
I1ERR MOST PUT ON TRIAL.
A CROWD IN THE GENERAL SESSIONS
WATCHING TIIE PROCEEDINGS.
AnnrcliUtN Turned Awnv from the Door
The Ciller Annrrblat Himself Neurly Kept
Out The Work llrmn or Nrlecllna n
Jii'T to Try the Chnrao of lneltlnc to
ltlot by nn Incendiary Hpeech.
" YpsjVEKYscnt in rnrt I(
w 1J . of tho Court of Gcn-
JVV w$6ii 0,ft' Sessions, was
Vt J; flHe B morning
OittjifejL when Judgo Cowing
2skYf,, took his sat, but that
l jlraw Vn. iur'rt claimod nono of
( ( ) kill Jol 'no nonor o' tlio tin.
TC'SmWi. C& usual gathering. Ho
iP5?-jfej doforrod to tho
XtMaf. &&FiAli Kro,l'or attraction of
-JjsyjfftQgyjxa tho day, Hcrr Johaun
WJljf Most, who was
1 Atr8 r Wh bundlod about by a
( Wi 1 Wh i3 A I crowt 'n no corridor
VTJ J YJfft leading to tho court
I room, convinced Door
keeper Moses Weil
with somo difficulty that ho was tho Btar of
the coming performance, and wus so Tar dis
believed by tho guardian of the gato which
scparutes tho spectators from tho lawyers
and court offices that ho was obliged to find
a resting place on a bench in tho back row of
From this position, elovated abova tho rest
of tho gathering, Most's evil eye surveyed
tho scone with u furtive, waudorlng glauco.
Presently, when his counsel, Messrs. Howe
and Hummel, entered, Most joined them and
tho thrco took scats nearer tho throne of
Most's short but rotund form covered from
the fringe of inouso-grny hair on the back of
his neck down to the knotty boots on his feet
with a " hiind.mo. down " ulster overcoat
of sheep's gray. It had n broad collar, and
the little, lumpy head of New York's
chief Anarchist protruded from it upward
and forward bb tho head of a turtle protrudes
from his shell.
Tho overcoat was shed and Most stood out
in a coat and vest of black and drab trousers.
He quickly disposed himself nnd wus soon
deep in tho perusal of The Would. His
counsol were gorgeously attired, and each
wore a blood-rod roso in his buttonhole
Mr. Howo's bosom was respleudant u ith a
golden enamelled horso-shoo set with huge
diamonds. These woro tho only Anarchists in
court, tho man at the door having turned
away several men and women who had no
Bubpounns or summons to npnear nt court.
Louis Post waa in court, but stoutly in
sisted that ho was not interested in Most.
Anthony Comstock was present. Bcrgius
Bcheviteh, lately editor of tho defunct Leader,
affiliated with tho " hirelings of the capatal
istio press," and was an interested listener to
tho proceedings in sundry minor casus dis
posed of bofore Most's was called.
Assistant District-Attorney Nicoll sat in
side the rail as tho representative of tho
Deoplo, and at 11.S0 o'clock Clerk Hall called
tlio trinlof John Most, indicted for misdo
mcanor in'violating the statnto ngalnst incit
ing persons to unlnwf ul acts against tho pub
lic peaco entitled "against unlawful
assemblages." There wcro the names of
thirty-six citizens in tho jury wheel, and tho
work of selecting a jury waa begun imme
diately. This is tho second timo Hcrr Most has been
tried for violation of this act. In May, 1886,
ho faced llecorder Smyth and a jury. It was
shown that ho spoko at a meeting and,
holding up a rifle, said that such
woapons could bo bought for $10 each,
and advised his hearers to invest in them to
shoot capitalists. Ho summed up his own
caso in a fiery speech, and was convicted.
Ho served a year on Blackwoll's Island for
Saturday evening, Nov. 12, Most addressed
a meeting at Kraemer's Hall, in Seventh
street, near Avenue A, on tho wrong done in
hanging tho Chicago Anarchists. Two police
men ana a Would reporter agree that his
speeoh was very inflamutory and Anarchistic.
Most denies the accuracy of their report, and
gives a weak and colorless Torsion of what
Henry D. Wyman. dealer In roal cstato at
66 Liberty stroet. an intelligent man of forty
years, was the citizen whose name came lirnt
out of Clerk Hall's wheel. He satisfied Mr.
Nicoll that he had no opinion on tho question
of tho guilt or innocence of Most, and then
Mr. Howe took him up thus :
Mr. Howe Mr. Wyman, what Is Anarchism?
A. 1 believe it Is an opposition to society as It
Q, Do you know Herr Most: A. I have not that
Mr. Howe Mr. Wyman, Herr Moat; Herr
Most, Mr, Wyman. This la the gentleman on my
Mr. Howe challenged Mr. Wvman because
he confessed that ho believed Most desired to
overturn society, although he did not know
whether Most had said it in his speech.
Mr. Nicoll qualified Mr. Wyman by obtain,
ing tho assurances that he was unbiassed and
had no prejudice against Most in tho matter
of tho charge. Then Mr. Howe went at him
tJ. You would be favorable, though, to what
MrT Nicoll said, wonldnt yon. A. Well, I like
Mr. Nlcoll-I voted tor him,
Mr. Howe (loudly) You're excused, you're ex
cnsedl Mr. Wymau steppod down and out. while a
roar went up from the crowd in court, and
Judge Cowing rnpped vigorously.
Charles 11. Locke, a bright-eyed real-estate
man of 171 Broadway, admitted that his
prejudice against Anarchism and Most might
trouble him in coming to a verdict on the
evidence, and he followed Mr. Wyman out of
Maurice J. Bpillane, a retired blacksmith
living at 1326 Lexington avenue, said he bo.
lieved Most was aooused of Anarchy, and he
did not believe in the overthrow of govern
ment, " I have been a citizen of this coun
try for thlrty-four years, and I love my
adopted country too well to wish its Govern
ment ill. I am opposed to overthrowing any
government except tho one that stole
O'Brien's clothes," said the old man, rapidly,
He was excused aa incompetent under tho
Daniel Dougherty, tho silver-tongued,
orator of Philadelphia, whoso eloquence was
enlisted in behalf of ex-Aldcrmau Tom
Cleary, on his trial last spring for boodliug,
stole into court at about noon and found u
a scat near the door. Mr. Dougherty ia not
of the kind who can keep themselves long in
hiding, and soon ho fairly divided tho atten
tions of the big audience with Most.
Nathan Hayes, a flno looking silver-grey
fentleman now out of business, believed
lost to be " an evil-disposed person " and a
leader of the Anarchists in America. Most
had been convicted once, and Mr. Hayes
didn't believe that waa for nothing. Mr.
Howe challenged peremptorily.
Eugene O. Acres, who bat iu tho box In
the Hiiarp trial as foreman for two days, was
next called to tho stand.
Mr. Nicoll asked: "Do you know that
Most if an Anarchist? A member of an
American Revolutionary order devoted to
anarchy ? That he is a leader of that sod.
ety If" Xbo juror nnswored yea to each, but
when Mr. Nicoll went on with " Do you
know that ho belioves in the uso of violence)
to gain the ends of the society f That ho
approves of tho uso of dynamito, gun cotton
and other explosives ?" Mr. Howe rose to
his feet much flushed, and shouted; "Walt,
wait 1 I objoct ! Nothing of the kind has
been proved. It Is not true, it is not true 1"
" Keep cool j keep your temper I" expostu
lated Judge Cowing mildly.
Mr. Nicoll argued that it was proper to
show the stato of the juror's mind upon all
theso points in ordor to find if it was so prej.
udiced that ho could not give the aoouseil
the fair and constitutional trial to which he
is entitled. Mr. Howe was very thankful for
this solicitude for his greasy little client, and
said so, but declared that ho would look out
for Herr Most's interests himself.
Mr. Acres was closely examined by Mr.
Nicoll. Ho Beemed to have a puro mind, and
was occepted by the prosecution.
Mr. Howe read the clause of the Constitu
tion guaranteeing tho right of freedom of
speech, and Mr. Aores said that
while ho did not think a man
had a right to excite men to throw bombs,
unless he did that ho was entitled to perfect
Mr. Howe accepted tho jnror, hut Mr.
Nieoll challenged him peremptorily, nnd the
wheel was turned again.
Alfred J. Goodwin, a mover of houses,
living ni li r.iioi .ciguiy-uiuui euuei, hub
accepted after a short spat between counsel.
He is aliout thirty-eight years of ago, and an
intelligent man in appearance. Ho occupies
tho foreman's seat in the jury box. Ho was
the sixth juror examined and took his seat at
Thomas Carroll, of 1509 Avenuo A, is a
liquor dealer. Ho did not llko tho way
Anarchists do business, but had no preju
dices. HowasgUcn tho second scat in tho
Bernhard Gutstein, of 3108 Third avenue,
neer heard of Herr Most till last Friday.
Ho reads tho UrraU.
Benjamin Fox, a pawnbroker, at 628 Ninth
avenue, beemed to be of unusually fair mind
and " business clear through." Ho know all
the lawyers, but baid he hold no unredeemed
nlodges of Mr. IIowo had, in fact, never
hold any of his gems. Ho was projected into
the third seat.
William McLean, of tho noclalron Works,
in West Twenty-third street and Brooklyn,
was acceptable to tho prosecution. To Mr.
Howe tho candidato said : " Unquestionably
Herr Most had a light to condemn tho execu
tion of tlio Anarchists in publio, but not to
express himself in a manner tending to ox
cite a riot." This was fatal to him, for Mr.
Howo consulted with his diminutive partner
a moment, and then poromptorily challenged
Herman Wassorman, tobacconist ut 110
West street, was givon tho fourth scat In the
box at 1.80 o'clook. Eloven men hud been
examined, thrco had failed to answer and
twenty-two namcB Btill remained in tho
wheol when a roccss was ordered.
Ex-Editor Bhovitch greeted Do Lancoy
Nicoll during the roccss. He said: "lam
goingto address a meoting at Cooper Insti
tute Thursday evening on tho same subject
which Herr MoBt hoof for his text. I hope
you will send court stenographers to hear mo,
but I want no nowspapor trial."
After recoss William Lawson, dealer in oils
nt 610 West Forty.Bixth street, was given tho
fifth scat. Beligman Oppenheimer, a diamond
dealer, 35 Maiden lane, was accepted for the
James M. Lo Malor, of tho Universal Color
Company, took tho seventh : Henry W.
Devoo, real estate brflter at SIS Eighth
avenue, was projected into tho eighth
seat, and William II, Fowler, Now York
publisher of tho Lorulon Illustrated Nnet;
Miohael Mulvaney, feed dealer at 1258 Lex
ington avenuo, and Peter Caffrey, of 263
Seventh htreot, wero givon tho ninth, tenth
and eleventh seats.
Court adjourned till to-morrow.
Dvnrtmlter Cohen Not Known at Newark.
tBriCIAt.TO THE WOM.D.1
Nbwirk, Nov. S2. The Newark polloe authori
ties deny all knowledge of the man Cohen or
Brown, who died In London recently, and who
was known as a dynamiter. No trace can bo
found of his having ever lived In a Newark or
the netghbornood, although Ihe authorities of
ocotland Yard believe ho was once connected with
a secret organization hero and have so Informed
Chief Hopper hy letter.
Timber Regions All Ablarr.
arxciAL TO THE WOULD. 1
St. Louis, Nov. ss. Nows from Arkansas, Texss,
and as fsr west as Fort Worth, Indicate no abate
ment of the forest Ares In sections remoto from
telegraph and railway stations. It Is fesred that
terrible less to human and animal life haa occurred
In Southwest MlssourL The timber regtona are all
ablaze and the loss to property so far as beard
from Is estimated at $200,000.
New Yorkers In Boston.
ISriCIAX. TO TBX WOBLD.l
Boston, Nov. ss. At Young's Mr. George
Tlcknor Curtis, son and daugh'er, of New York ;
Mr. It. N. Coleman, of New York; Mr. and Mrs.
L. Henry Coden, of New York. At the Parker
House Mr. Nat C. Ooodwtn, jr., stopped over
Sunday nlybt and lett for New York yeslerdar
mornluj; Mr. It 11. Sothern, of tho 'Ulgoeit
Tbl Wltneta One of the Hcbnlteu'a Dead.
(SriCIALTO THE WOM.D.1
Nbwabk, Nov. SS. Capt. Taat, who was
drowned In the Scholteu dlsjster In tho English
Channel, waa to bavebeun a witness to-day before
Master Roman, in this city. In a suit brouent
sga.nat bis Hue ur steamships for carrying more
than the allowed numi'er 01 pissengers. In con
scqeence of bis death the trial was postoncd.
Op., JffA. Xv. CIV
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WbeeUng A LaiaKne tH KH lH 4W,
VICIOUS FIGHTING IN BOSTON.
OEOROK KYPER AND "SLIPrERY" RRKEN
BATTLE WITH BARE KNUCKhEH.
Thn Chlrnca Flabter U Finally Knnrkrd Out
by the Ilrookllnn Hlnaaer An Adjiiurn
ment vrnn llnd llerauao the Uefrreo
ThniiBht Ihe Niirrtntora were ninklna
Too .llucb Nolan Itraiiiued nt Itnybrrnk.
IsrxciAL to the wonr.n.1
Hostox, Nov. 22. Karly this morning
Qeorgo llyder, of llrookliue, and " Klip,
pory " Hrcen, of Chicago, together with a
chosen fow, ropaired to a datico hall in this
city and thero in a twenty-two-foot ring en
gaged in a liaro-knucklo contest in tho en.
dcavor to settlo tho rolativo merits of Uicir
lloth men wont to work rathor cautiously
and in tho opening rounds of tho battlo little
roal light ing waa done.
In tho fourth round ono or two tcrrifio
blows woro interchanged and in tho bouts up
to tho elovcnth, whilo tho scionoo displayed
was of high order, tho men avoided any
As soon as timo was called In the elovcnth
round llyder sprang like a tiger for nreon,
but the "bruiser" stopped him and laid him
low. Tho blow did its work. Toor littlo
llyder'a eyes wore a sad sight.
In the twelfth round fierce fighting com
menced, although both men appeared fresh,
llyder slapped llrocn in tlio fuoo with his
loft hand and gave him an upper
cut which seemed to toll. Ho staggered
aud fell, ltydor was about to hit him when
his seconds cried out, "Don't Oeorgo,"
whilo tho opposing party cried "Foul, foul."
Thorofcreo said llyder did not hit llrcon
when ho was down, and theroforo ho could
not allow it. After a few passes timo was
called. Tho nnxt round was ono continuous
shower of blows and honors wcro eaiy for
Tho fourteenth round was as bad as tho
previous one, llyder getting a littlo tho best
of it. Tlio next and fifteenth round was also
iu tho llrooklino boy's favor, but tho six
teenth round turned tho tables. Hrcen
started in great shape, and gavo a
swinging left-handor for llyder's right
ear. Ho followed this up with a riht
hand uppor-cut, knocking tho Jlrooklimi
feather-weight off his fret. Tho latter could
do nothing, and would havo been laid low
had not time been called, llissooondscaught
him aud carried him to his chair. Hy tlio
aid of brandy and lemons they braced him up,
nnd when tlio baritono voico of tho roferoo
yelled " Time " he was on hand.
They then clinched and a breakaway was
ordered, which was immediately complied
with. Another clinch followed by llyder
boing floored and a fow punishing blows
from tho bruiser from Chicago and tho
The eighteenth round opened in favor of
" Blippery," and Gtorge. the Ilrookliner,
could not soem to niako any headway. H
rallied, however, and just as tho round closed
was getting in his work.
Tho next round he followed up the samo
tactics, a la John L. Hullivan. and it was
thought that all was up witti Dreon. Here
bets wore made in favor of llyder 8100 to 880
nnd soon 9100 to 670 was given. As thu
round olosed tho betting waa on llyder, with
In the twentieth round both men came up
rather groggy, but still did somo flno fight
ing. This round closed with honors easy.
The twonty-nrst ann twenty-seconu rounds
were similar, whilo tho twonty.fourth round
The men appeared gone, and it was thought
an impossibility for them to continue. Tho
fighting appeared monotonous, and as tho
tight was to a finish thoy could not coll it a
When Uio twenty-fifth round was opened
tho blows were showered upon euch other
aud ltydor was knocked against tho ropes.
Tho Urceu party claimed a "foul,"
but it was not allowed. That set them to
clamoring. " Oh, what robbery!" aud other
such exclamations, mingled with oaths, wore
heard by tho friends of tho Chicago man.
Noither of tho mon paid any attention to
this. Boon thoy olinchod and hroko away,
and then the referoo 6topped them.
" Oentlemon." said lie, " I cannot afford
to bo known in this matter, theroforo this
noise must be stopped."
The spectators laughed in return, and tho
rofereo continued :
" I shall not lot this fight prococd until it
As the audionco did not quiet down, and as
some sounds were heard, it was rumored that
the police hud got wind. However, this wits
not so; but the men were hustled, well cov
ered, into a closet, and the spectators to an
After much talking tho refereo ordered tho
men to Uuiah tho fight within twelve hours.
Lively hustling around tho city wau then in
dulged in to uccnro a suitable placo.
Thu skirmishers returned about daylight
with the report that the only placo available
Mas a bpot near lieacon Park. Tho idea of go
ing thero won abandoned because of the fear
of arrest, and on everybody present agreeing
to keep quiet tho referee decided that thu
light should go on. Consequently, at 10
o'clock this morning the battlu was resumed.
llyder opened the twenty-sixth round with
a firm determination to knock llreen out.
llreen made littlo headway, and llyder hit
him a left-hander smash between the eyes,
following it nn with a right-huud upper
cut that knocked llreen off his tout,
llreen'a eyoa were bloodshot. llyder's
seconds saw thiB and told (ioorgo to follow
tho Chicago man up. Somo wicked work
was dono in this round.
Iu the twonty.soventh round Ryder dealt
Broen n loft-handed swinging blow thut
knocked him off his feet into his corner,
lireen's faee resembled a Jelly pudding,
llyder hod no meray on tlio Chicago man aud
dealt him a hard unu in tho face.
In tho twenty-ninth round Tlreen hit
llyder in tho stomach and neck, llyder
retaliated on his opponent's neck.
In the thirtloth round each man rained
blow upon blow on each- othor. The faces
and bodies of both men presented a horrible
sight. lllood was pouring from soverul
In tho thirty-first round they went nt
it hammer and tongs, ltydor, by a swing
ing right-hander. caught llreen in
the jaw, and llreen had his mouth
open at the time and his teeth closed
on hit tongue with a "' clack." Ho hud
bitten his tonguo through. The force of the
blow knocked him insenaiblo In a heap in tho
llyder was awarded tho fight. llrcon did
not show signs of returning consciousness
for fifteen minutes. Ho moaned pileouslv
all the timo.
Intimate friends could hardly recognizo
either man, tlio fiuturos of both being
knocked out of shape.
Chaplain l'uxtoii'a laatallatlan.
The lisv. Dr. T. B. I'axton, paator of the West
Presbyterian Church, will be installed as chsplam
of tuo Bevtntu ueglment lata ettnlng at the
a tixkly JiExrxnmt.
Let AV I'oor TrVimrm Find Iter Cupboard
Hare on 17iattfto'ieno' 11al.
DLTLCT1VE8 GUARD CHAMBERLAIN.
Four I'lnkertnn Men Protrrtlna; the Htntea
man from Ilntllanil.
laraciAL to tbi world. 1
VisniNOTON, Nov. 23. Tho English repre
sentatives on tho Fishery Commission,
especially II r. Joseph Chamberlain, aro
accompanied to this city by a squad of Pink
orton detectives, four In number. A friend
of Mr. Chamberlain states thnt thn distin
guished KngliHluuuu docn not fear any vio
lence. Ncverthele' s tho Hritish minister has
employed Pinkorton's detectives to guard
him. Bloeniiut or waking, whilo in tho United
At night ono of the detectives guards his
sleeping npartments. When ho goes to his
meals, which hn invariably insists shall bo
sorted iu tho publio dining-room, the Pinker
tou agents occupy mats at thu adjoining
table until he has finished. They aro al
ways armed, and when he goes out fur a
walk or drive thoy are always near him.
When in his prlvato apartments all callors
upon Mr. Chamberlain or any of his party
are cautiously questioned and obsorved by a
detective who stands sentry at tho foot of tho
BH0T BY DANIEL DOIIERTT.
Col. Geo. II. tlraham Fatally Wounded In
Irfindon by n Now Yorker.
laraciAL carls to the wobld.I
London, Nov. 22. Dan Doherty, of New
York, shot Col. Goorgo II. Graham, of Roch
ester, N. Y., last night, inflicting a probably
fatal wound. Doherty is under arrest.
Tho shooting grew ont of a discussion over
a gambling debt. Graham, it Is said, told
Doherty that a certain sum won from
Dohorty by a Mr. Howard, of New York,
ought to lie paid, as it was a debt of honor.
Doherty hud refused to pay it on the ground
that tho play was nut fair. Ho became angry
at Grulium's remark, und shot him.
ItoniiESTKB, Nov. 22. Graham, mentioned
in a London dispatch as having been shot by
Doherty, kept a gambling-house hero soverul
years ago. He was a quiet, but determined
man, and though seldom in a row, generally
got thu best of those that ho was forced into.
Doherty was arraigned in How street, to
day, charged with shooting with intent to
TRUNK LINE PRESIDENTS CONFER.
Discussing- thn (Irand Trunk Demand for
Lower Kaloa on Dreaaed Ileef.
A meeting of tho Trunk Lino Presidents
,was held at Commissioner Fink's ofllco
to-day to discuss tho domund of the
Grand Truuk for a 10-pcr-ccnt. reduction
iu the rates on dressed beef. There
wore present Messrs. Depew and Haven, of
the New York Central : Huberts and Tiiomp
son, of tho Pennsylvania llailroad ; Feltou,
of Krio ; Hpeneer, of Haltimoro and Ohio,
and Hegoman, of Delaware, Lackawaunaand
President Depew, of the New Central, said
to a Would reporter thut matters were pro
gressing favorably towards a solution
of the difficulty, which he deemed of small
significance at best. Mr. King and Mr. Hub
erts also suid that tho trouble would bo amica
At the time of going to press tho confer
ence was still in session.
Hlx l'eraona Hurt by an Hxplaalan.
IsrsciAL TO TBX WOSLD.l
Boston, Nov. ti. An exploalon of gas occurred
at noon to-day In the basement of Kverett'a Bicycle
tttore, In (IU Fellows' Building, corner Iremont
and Berkeley atrcela. Heelug some trouble with
the gas, Manancr Uosa and nla assistant, Mr.
Butetier, wont Into tin- basement with a taper aud
the exploalon followed. Boih gentlemen were
seriously but not fatally injured. Ihe windows
were anattered and ihe falllnc iilssa badly cut the
tacca of two couples from I'awtuckct, who were
passing at tae time.
Was (iruenirald .Murdered T
(arxciAL to tub woau.
Naw Bkcnkwicx, Nuv. w. The body of Leon
Oruenwald, who It Is suspected waa murdered,
waa exhumed this murnlug fur thu purpnas of
a poai-miirii'iu cAnuiln .lion. An liuiut'itt ivlll take
S lace to-night. William Smalley, llchal Ln
enberg and a nephuw el Uruenwald aay they saw
livid Onger-msrks on the dead man's throat when
his body waa found.
Mighty (2aod Nrwi for Harvard.
srzciiL to rur would. I
NbwHavhk, Conn., Nov. si A. I Graves,
Yale, Ml, of Andovcr, Mass., half-back ou Ihe
J ale Uulvcralty eleven, uho scored tho tlr.t touch
own agaluat Princeton bJiurday, haa recrlved a
letter from lua laihcr j blUveiv prohibiting nliu
from playing ugalnat 11 rvard Tnuuksglvlng Day.
FlraUCIasa Thanksgiving Weather.
t Weather inatcattoMt For
- trratur, night cluiwjrs
In trmierature ; UuM to
relit xctuda, generally
rum soutl. to veil.
For Eastern Xeto York!
Fair weather, lltiht to
jreah ictnds, generaltif
toulhenv j wanner, jol
lowed tytUghtlv cotter vtathtr.
LITTLEWOOD AHEAD. I
Loading- All tho Pedestrians at $
McKay Oetonts Conley In a Threo-Mllo H
.Sculling Match. 'JSlH
The Ttnrn M'm Unwed on Charles Rlvotr B
Tlil Afternoon nnd YVna Closely Contested 'l"gH
Thn Winner' Timo Waa 20m. 15s, . itB
Cooler Quit Rowing Near tho Finish JpH
The Wnter Wns rlmooth aa Glass. , iM
fSrXClAL TO TBI WOBLD.J 'HM
PitiLAPir.riiiA, Nov. 22. Thero is another
btg crowd at tho rink this afternoon, drawn s&fl
by Littlowood's wonderful rocortl of 110 H
miles in twenty hours. Thoro havo been $3H
many surprises in tho raco so far, and on &jagg
which is causing considerable comment ia ?tB
thn showing made by old man Elson, who Is .jffl
quito a favorite aud is koepiug himself a CH
good fourth. 19
There was somo lively running during tha $B
morning betweon Liltlowood, Albert and ''$aH
Ilnrt, which strengthens the rumor about tha
combination between tho latter two to run !jH
the Hritishur off his feet. .$-
Tho hardest luck of all was that of Vint. -$-
Thero was no show for him, and he left th &H
traok, permanently, it is belioved, at 10.05 yJM
o'clock. The a r. u. Bcoro follows (3.15 ;H
00 hours) : H
Mit::upt. I xttn. imfi, 'ivnsaal
Hart 144 i Albert. 1ST S j9
Dm 1V1 UlSlmkel 193 1 .gfgl
llurna 1M - l.lttlewiwd SIJ t JMH
Nnremao Wi S l'anclwt 170 B fi,'gs1
KWm Ill S f9
Lo Grand retirod at 8.03. 1!f9
LittlowiMxl is trying to lower tho world' fl
12-hour record of 230 miles. ?afH
a ' VBBH
C0NLET DtPEtTrD RY MTAT. m
A Pretty Three-.tllle Hcnlllng Match on tha Jem
Charles Hirer, Iloatoo. imB
IHftC'Iil. TO TnC WORLD. 1 T4
Doston, Nov. 23. For sovoral yoara baek lM
there has been a great doal of rivalry existing I3B
between Jolin McKay, of Dartmouth, and fl
Peter Oonloy, of Portland, Me., aa to who -&S
could lay claim to being tho fastest scnllor. 'lajH
They havo had three meetings previoui to 'JM
tho one this aftairnoon. Tho race to-day waa M
for $SO0 a side, tho distance to be tl -e miles, WU
ovor tho regular Charles River course. WM
Umpire Ormund and the judges and the 4H
spectators, who had secured passage est ,(-?H
board tho Atlantio, wcro on hand early. Tho '"frjM
stakes had been placed by Dan Dreon, the "?H
woll-known West End oarsman. 'JH
About 8.30 the men wcro ordered out and g.
tho first to put in an appearance waa Conley, ,rM
The wutcr wua smooth and tho race a clo" aH
McKay won by two lengths. Time 20m, rpjt
IBs. Conloy quit rowing when six longths IB
from tho finish. Ho lod to tho grand-stand ,:B
when McKay passed him. lB
At Law About a l'atersan Cemotary. , !
SPECIAL TO TUB WOBLD.l JS
rATXRSoat, Nov. SX For several days workmen j
havo been removing from the First Iteformedl M
Chnrch Cemetery.on Water street, remslna barted ,vfl
rltiy years and more ago. Tne work was done bj Vj"
order of the churcu conslatory, which desires ta gB
use the graveyard for other purposes. This action &
has causod mnoh IndUmatlon, and yesterday &S
Kllzabeth rJhlpley ami other heirs obtained from HH
Vice-chancellor Van Fleet a temporary Injunction &
restraining tho consistory. The cemetery waa &M
established In 114.1. The remains of Oen. Abraham "MM
Godwin, of Washington's staff, until lately reposed Jfl
Wolf Aldermen Knocked Ont, aa Csoa!. M
Judge Barrett to-day, In Supreme Court, Cbaov 'B
bcrs, denied the motion for a peremptory many i
dsmus, msdo on behalf of the Wolf, or CromweU- ffi
Ian, Board of Aldermen, to compel tha present city S
lathers and Couuty Clerk Fuck to recognue -1
them aa the Board of County Canvassers. Tha
Juiige dooi uot think It necessary to give reasons, e
and he also Imposes upon the Wolf Aldermen cost A
of proceeding, 'lhlsdlspnte haa been brought up
yearly and the Wolf Aldermen are always bsaieka v
Collector or Hhlrta. ' 3:
Mrs. King, proprietress of an employment agentl
at ill Sixth avenue, la on trial before Mayor
Hewitt on a charge of fraud. A doien complaint .
have been lodged against her. Montague Lichen- J
atelu says he paid her f 10 for a poaitlon aa ooilecltej. h
When he obtained the lob he discovered that he &
waatocdlleot dirty snlrts for a January, lira.
King makes a general denial ot tb charges "e
nd a'so saya that she refunds money to those who ;.y
do not get employment.
Triumphant Woman SnffragUta. . ',
The Woman rjuffraae Central Club met la &
Eleventh street, last nlgct. Mrs. Kate Palmer M
Steven prcaldel. It was announced that the ft
Wisconsin courts havo decided that women can
lega ly vote at local elections ; that forty-atx
women voted Iu this State, thla month, aad that a
lady, Mla Ida flutTen, has been elected a County W.
School Commissioner la Oswego County. m
Inaperllng Ihe Police Alarms.
President French and Commbuloners Voorhls, Jji
McClave snd Porter left Police Headquarters at Wm
noon to-day for the purpose of visiting the Nine, 5JM
teenth ITec net and Inspecting the six police m
alarm ejstema on trial there. The Commissioner JM
will prouably spend the entire day In lavesUgatlctk JS
Itlrs. Wilkinson Jailed for Aaaaalt. M
Anna WUklnson, of 19 Monroe street, whose fll
husband, James, was shot by the Italian, Marlaao
Dinalo, last Satunlay night, was arraigned la the JB
VMtx Market Court tbU murniag. charged wlla fl
asaaulitng Andrew Nrwman, of ltii Park row, SM ,Wm
waa conuullted for three months. :ajj
Labor Men la Heareh or llaraaony. -jfc
The leaders of the Labor parties are sndeaTortaf -TK
to bring about a meeting ol representative men to , n
organize a party that will harmonize all tha tae- m
tlousforthe next Presidential campaign. A eoa, JM
ference of committees la likely to be held Hue
To be Tried aa a Nalsaaca. 'jK
August Schultz, of si East TBlrd atreet, made a $,
grcst racket la his own neighborhood very early .jp)
thla morning by Bring off a pistoL Polloemsa "H
McKlnney arrested nlm, and at ihe Essex Market Uj
Court he was held In fSOJ for trial aa a nuiaaaeo. JP
" Jrirr, the Hum " Hilled by a PlaaUt, "M
farXCIAL TO TUB WOBLD.l Wt
STnaais Cirr, Dak., Nov. M. "Jerry, the J
Bum, " a notorious rounder, waa shot aad killed am
to-day by a man named Smith, a plant, ta ijj
Tha Old Flro laddie.' Hall.
William Brandon, John F. Waydsll and Bernard -jKjl
F. Martin have been appointed a committee to Jgjig
mako arrangements for the annual ball of tae 'tM
Volunteer Flrv men's Aaaodatloo. Up
ltKlllaAHComfart v , ,
Shan eatarrh baa yon In his ohiUbaa. Wnwaa'a M
atabbu ArnimiLAioa is tbs standard WTaadg, ,y, m
eal" t tu. VkassUl i li' tf stestAfc fsaaiaaWal ' ijSaait wi Jifr'frlsi .IggtiSsBaiaaal