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J (JREVTS MESSAGE NOT READY AND NOTHING
8 l SETTLED ABOUT A NEW MINISTRY.
fesnrbody Htarted a Humor That the Presi
dent Mlslit Hnck Out After All lennnny
"f In Looking- for the men Who Fnrrd
1 Prince Bismarck's Name to the CommnnU
' cation to tho Czar A C'nnae Celebre.
frIOIAt, CJLBLZ TO TUB WORLD.
PahWi Nov. 28. SInny persons went to tho
Chamber of Deputies thia afternoon under
Jho fixed Impression that tho messago from
JI. Qrcvy announcing his resignation would
o rend to Parliament. But tho first news
vbich reached us on entering tho Sallo dos
Jf sPas l'erdus, whioh was to-day as crowded
il tend animated as over, was that tho Presi
Wlential uiossago was not ready, that nothing
asyct settled with respect to tho Ministry
fcind that nothing of a definite character
would probably bo known before to-morrow
fet tho earliost. Thou tho strango rumor rnn
through tho hnll that M. Grovy might after
Ml back out and make ono more despcrato
attempt to remain at tho Elyseo. Soyeral of
,1he President's friends had gone about con
tradicting M. Henry Slarot's account of tho
famous interview of yesterday and ono of
them actually declared that SI. Grovyhad for
mally authorizod him to say that tho Radical
iDeputj' had misunderstood him and that ho
Uj hail not yot arrived at any positivo docision.
1'ou may well imogino tho Bcnbation which
these denials produced and tho comments to
w hich thoy cave riso. Thoro was a general
roar at tho bore notion that tho President
might onco more' havo changed his mind.
JIo has vacillated very often of late.
Slut this was regardod as really too
P nptrong, and while some believed that thoro
' might bo somo foundation for the story,
3 others, and thoy wero in tho majority, ox-
pressed tho opinion that aftor what had oc.
& icurrcd SI. Grevy would never havo tho faco
9 torotroct. It had boon reported insidiously
'that SI. Slaret hod proceeded to tho Elysoo
ton his own initiativo ; but this afternoon ho
informed us that SI. Duhamel, who was for-
S' jncrly tho President's Secretary, had called
' 'en him and expressly invited him to confer
Vrith SI. Grovy.
Soon, howovor, tho effect produced by tho
Assertions of SI. Grevy's friends was re-
s moved, peoplo coming round to the opinion
that this was only a false alarm, and that tho
president's resignation could bo regardod in
the light of an accomplished fact. SI. Ribot
Jiad been to tho Elyseo and had boon askod by
31. Grovy if in tho ovont of his deciding on the
formation of a new Cabinet he would assist
GT rfm. " Oortainly," SI. Ribot replied on tho
tuxderstanditm that tho messago announcing
fine President's resignation should bo
promptly forthcoming. But SI. Ribot
,' strongly advised him to consult M. Rouvior
'trad his colleagues, and to sound them as to
"whether they had not best remain in offlco
58 Until the Congress for tho olection of tho
fiew President had assembled at Versailles.
u; ffhis the President promised to do.
A CAUSE CELEBRE IN PROSPECT.
J jghe .Tenons irlio Forced Frlnce Bismarck's)
Name to be Prosecuted.
U (irXCIXI. CADLZ TO TBS WOULD. 1
Bkeltn, Nov. 25. The chief topio of con-
Versation is tho rovolation of tho Gologno
Gazette concerning tho forged letter shown to
I tho Czar. In club and saloon everybody
Speculates upon tho personages aimed at and
it is generally bcliovcd that wo havo a " causo
I eolobro" in prospoct. Tho most singular
Jjiart of tho whole affair is tho reticenoo of
Official circles on tho subjoct, though thoro is
, too doubt as to tho gonuinonoss of tho revela
tion. A f ow days honco more light may be
thrown on tho matter. When the Czar was
Jn Berlin ho told Prince Bismarck frankly
what ho had heard. Whereupon tho Ghan-
cellor replied : '"Tour Majesty, if anybody
lias laid such a noto beforo you, as coming
I from mo, you have been deceived. I havo
! lever written anything like it, nor has any
Ambassador of ours ever reported anything
bf tho kind."
U It is believed that sinco tho Czar loft Berlin
0 tho originals havo boon shown to Princo Bis-
Jnarck. Honco tho passage threatening legal
3 proceedings. But who aro tho culprits?
1 Pome say that if Princo Ferdinand of Bnl-
0 jjarin and his mothor aro implicated thoy
q must havo boen themselves meroly dupes of
others. Perhaps with moro justice, somo
, uttributo tho wholo thing to Panslavistio
machinations, whilst others again imagino
1 that this matter has been pushed into tho
" foreground in order to dctraot attention from
elsowhoro. At any rato tho guilty persons,
l Vhoover they are, will be thoroughly un
I Jnasked beforo long.
Two fllen and a Horse Killed.
; riprciAL to Tire wobld. 1
, Newton, Nov. 25. Charles and Patrick llannon,
tf Cochltuatc.wcre killed Instantly lost night while
trjlng to cross the track of tne Boston and Albany
i mailhere, by tho (i. 15 train for Worcester, with two
cornpanlonB. It la thouuht all were intoxicated.
"'Hey tried to crms the tnct notwlthstanillnR
ttie iljinalg. Tne horo was uUo killed and the
, carrlane wan smashed to splinters. Tne other men
vera seriously Injured.
Peter Iturkeliart'e Will Dissolved.
SriCIAL TO TBI WOSLD.I
Vincbnnks, Nov. E5. I'cter Ilurkehart, an" old
farmer, of riko County, worth $2s,0oo, left a will
disinheriting half of his Bona, llnrkehart mor
Jlered hla vrlfe In July In a tit of frenzy and tnon
filled MinBClf. The Utasppoloted heirs enntmt'd
lite will and secured u verdict to-ilaj In the like
tounly Circuit Court ill8olvlnjr tue testament.
Rabbi Vrer Iteturns to Wabash.
srsciiL to ra would.)
' WABiin, ind., Nov. 85. iuobl Blgraund Frer,
frho ned Tuesday to avoid meeting his wife, re
"nja yesterday on the advice of Isaao M. Wise,
; el Cincinnati. The congregation will not allow
nun to preach any moro at tho Bjnajoguc.
m mi .
,' Pflstninstcra Aftrr .tlore money.
' PiTTSBUBa, Nov. iffl. The third and fourtn claaa
a jroatmaaters of tuo Twonty.fourth ConsrcsilonU
rCco0p?n.iuol.a WBTenUo t(W to Mcnre
B0CKCT-SH0P3 WIDE OPEN'.
All of Them Except (hie Dolus n Dl Bnsl
nrss Uowntona To-dar.
Tho bucket-shops aro in full blast to-day
with tho exception of Todd's Eichango, at
BO New street. Tho Standard Btock Co., nt
88 Now street, which is probably tho largest
bucket-shop in the city, was crowded, and
although business did not seem very
active, it was transacted without dis
guise and apparently without any dread of tho
iiollce. The managers of this claim that tho
law cannot reaoh them; that they do business
as the Stock Exchange does, to the extent
that customers beginning an actual delivery of
fctooks con bo accommodated and a provision
to that effect in in tho printed contracts thoy
make with customers.
The brothers Hartt, comprising tho firm of
Iiartt & Co., who were arrested on Wednes
day and released on ball, are doing business
to day at tho same place, 42 Hroaitany. R.
H. Hammond &- Co,, n bucket-shop, which
gainod unenvinblo notoriety about a year'
ago, is in full blast at 40 Broadway. R. II.
Hammond was, it will bo romcmliered, ar
roBtod in connection with a transaction in
Now England stock. Ho finally compromised
tho casu with tho complainant.
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rOWDERLY TIRED AND DISGUSTED.
General Worthv Foreman Orlilltlis Btiym the
II end or the Knluhts will Iletlre.
CsrXCIAL TO THE WORLD.
CnicAao, Nov. 25. Gcnornl Worthy Foro
mau Richard Griffiths, of tho Knights of La
bor, when asked this morning regarding Pow
dorly's declaration that ho will doclino ro
eloction at Indianapolis next Novembor, said
ho had reason to bcliovo that such wa1) tho
Master Workman's resolvo when at Minne
apolis. Griffiths would succeed Powdorly if tho
latter loft his post for any reason beforo the
end of his term.
Regarding tho succession by election ho
declined to speak other than to say that the
right man would appear, thoughno ono could
worthily fill Powilorly's place. Tho chango
must hurt tho order, but ho was suro
it would take plneo, as Powdorly was broken
donn and disgusted and only remained ovor
tho last convention to down tho Chicago and
New York radicals.
"BHNKY" MORGAN IN COLUMBUS JAIL
To Be Ilnnged on March 10 for the Murder
of Detertlve Ilnlllunn.
IsrxatAi. to Tnz would. 1
Columbus, Nov. 25. Blinky Slorgan, tho
notorious crook and ono of the murderers of
Dotoctivo Hulligan, of Oloveland.at Ravenna,
O., last February, for which he is under sen
tenco to hang on March 16 next, was brought
hero yesterday evoning and placed in tho do
partmont for the condemned. His removal
was kept secret because it was feared an at
tempt to rescuo him would be mado. Slorgan
woro a smile, but it was forced. He was elo
gantly dressed and looked liko a clergyman.
To tho Warden, who said carelessly, ' Well,
you havo come to stay with us a while," ho
said : " Yes, if you insist on it," and laughed.
Slorgan is tho only ocoupant of tho con
demned department, but murdoror Roth, ot
Wooster, wno is under sentence to hang tho
samo day, will soon arrive. Slorgan is re
garded as tho most desperata and accom
Slished criminal over held iubido tho Ohio
NEW BKUNS WICK'S TKAIh OP BLCOD.
Was Crnnevruld's Body Thrown Over a Cllflf
to Concent Mm dor f
fsncui. to Tmc womu.
Nrw Bbunswicb:, N. J., Nov. 25. At tho
Coronor's inquiry to-night concerning the
mysterious death of Leonard Grunowald.
Goorgo Qabono will testify that on tho morn
ing of tho finding of Grunewald's body ho
discovered a trail of blood on Burnot street,
leading to tho cliff over which it is belioved
Grunewald was thrown. Largo spots of blood
wore alBO found on the sidewalks east of
Grovor's alley, whero Grunowald's hat 'kub
This ovidonco will opon a now cluo, on which
the polico aro quietly at work.
Jude Trunkey's Critical Condition.
feriCIAL TO TTIE WOBLD.l
PiTTSBtmo, Nor. 25. From private advices It
appears that the Illness of lion. John Trnnkcy, of
tho Pennsylvania Supreme Bench, la critical.
Early last spring Mr. Trunkey went to London,
England, where he has sines been undergoing
treatment for catarrh, from which disease he has
long been a sntTcrer. From a letter received from
Mrs. Trunkey, who Joined her husband In England
a short time ugo, tho information la obtained that
at a consultation ol physicians it was decided to
remove a portion of tho hone from the nose of
the patient, an operation considered very dan
gerous, wltn the chances about even as to the
Miner Could Not 8pnre Time to Eat.
BrECXAL TO TUB WOULD. 1
Scbaxton, Nov. 25. Thanksgiving Day was ob
served by the closing of business places generally
and union services at tho churches In various parts
of the city. For the first time In many years thoro
was no cessation of work at tho ooal mines, each
of which was - orked to Its fullest capacity up to 1
o'clock. Both of the steel mills wero la full opera
tion, large orders on hand for Immediate tilling
making It necessary to deny the men even a half
It was Nat a Caso of Arson.
SPICIiL TO TUB WOULD.)
Chioaoo, Nov. 25. A dtsp&tch from Jollet says
that the verdict In tho case of tho California Insur
ance Company against the Lambert A Bishop
Wlro Fence Company, for the recovery of Insurance
losses. Is that the plalntllf had no cause ot action.
Cnarjca of arson were preferred by White, In the
employ of tho wire company, who claimed to have
done the firing at the order of his emplojera.
Thla ends the case and White will be prosecuted
Knifed at u Chnrrli Festival.
rCIAL TO THE WOKLD. I
Bobdentown, N. J., Nov. . William nail, a
colored man In the employ of Kdward Sweet, pro
prletor of a livery Btable here, was stabbed In the
left breast In Mount Zlon A. M. E. Church during
a festival held there last night by another colored
man, whose natno he has not sb yet made known.
It la thought that an anest will be mude this afternoon.
Married ot Mllhiirn.
SrrClAL TO THB WOBLD.l
MlLBChN, N. J., tov. . Mr. John Flihcr, of
Mllburn, and Mlas Magglo McCluskfy, of Union,
wero married In bt. Hose's Churcn last evening by
the Hev. D. F. McCarthy Mlas Mamie Deropsey,
of Union, actoil aa bridesmaid and Mr. Joseph
lioruu. of Mllburn, as best man. After the cere
mony ilr. and Mrs. Fisher left for a trip to Bos
ton. They will live In Mllburn.
Bcitalo, Nov. SV Wl'llim Lcntcr, the sonc-and-dmiu)
roan, was mnrrttd yisicrday to Mls
Annie Hart, tho serio-comic actrcni.
I Atlanta. Nov. 25. " Yellowatono Kit," a
Datent-inedlclne vender, has taken the itunin for
the wet ticket, and It looks as If be wan going to be
tuo Moses ot the antt-Frohibltloalsts,,
GILMOHE BADLY USED UP.
A BARKEEPER ENGAGES HIM IN A ROUGH-AND-TUMI1LE
The IHnnagcr of Nlblo's Harden (lets nn
Vsy (lash nn Ills Forehead nnd I.osrs
Home of Ills Ilnlr In n. Scrlmiiiune In ilio
llarroom of the Metropolitan Hotel Tho
llarkeepcr Arrested on Two Ctinrces.
Edward G. Gilmore, tho popular manager
of Niblo's Garden, lounged behind tho stago
during tho first two aots of Jefferson's " Rip
Van Wlnklo " last ovoning. Ho had judici
ously placed a snug llttlo sum on tho Yale
football team, and tho news of tho victory
had put him in a good humor.
He gathored two or throo of his friends
togothcr during tho intermission botweon tho
second and third acts and strolled into tho
bar of tho Slotropolitan Hotel.
According to reliablo porsons very littlo
wino was drunk by Sir. Gilmoro or his
frionds, but in tho courso of the next half
hour a sanguinary encountor took placo bo
tween tho manager and John J. Ryan, an as
sistant in tho wino room.
Sir. Gilmoro enmo out of tho fight with a
gash across his forehead which will mark
bin for life. It vns caused by his
boing thrown violently, faco forward,
against tho edgo of tho marblo-toppcd
bar. Ho had many Bcratcb.es and bruises
on his faco and hands, and somo of
his gray hair was torn out by tho roots. Tho
lobo of his left car was almost bitten through
by Ryan nnd ho had also bcon badly bitton
on tho right hand.
The utmost efforts of tho bystandors could
not separate tho men until tho fight had
lasted marly nminuto and tho mischief was
dono. When Policeman Hunter, of tho SIul
borry street station, entered tho barroom,
boing attracted by tho shouts of tho comhat
nuto and bystanders, ho found tho two men
struggling fiorcoly. Ryau had ono hand on
thomauagor's throat and with tho other ho
was trying to tear out moro of Sir. Gilmoru's
hnir. Hunter struck Ryan with his club and
drngged him off to tho Rtntion-honso, Sir.
Gilmoro charging him with an unprovoked
Two of tho thoatro attendants bathed Sir.
Gilmoro's faco and bound his silk handker
chief ovor his forohead. Then Deputy
Sheriff John Bermingham, of 131 Crosby
street, ono of the friends who
accompaniod him into tho bar,
put tho managor into a cab
and drovo to tho houso of Dr. U. J. Quacken
boss, 19 West Eighteenth street. His wounds
wero proporly dressed, and ho was then
taken to his rooms at tho Hotel Brunswick
and put to bed.
It is very hard to get a full and intelligent
account of how tho troublo aroso. Sir. Gil
man and his friends aro desirous of keeping
tho matter as quiet as possible, and tho bar
tenders and two hackmeu who sympathize
with Ryan seem to be afraid to speak out.
When a Wobld reporter callod at tho
Brunswick this morning and was admitted
to Sir. Gilmoro's room, Dr. Quackcnboss
vmu dressing his patient's wounds.
Sir. Gilmore in a wenlc and fooble voice
said that ho would prcfor not to talk just
at prosont, and roforrod tho reporter to
Deputy Sheriff Bermingham.
I want to mako only ono remark to tho
Eross," sold ho, " and that is that I never
ad anything to do with this man Ryan
until last evening, and did not even know his
name until aftor this unfortunate affair."
Sir. Bermingham was seen in Gibson's sad
dlery store, but was vory reluotant to givo
any information. "Sir. Gilmoro was chat
ting very good-naturedly with mysolf
and, two other gentlemen namod Gray
and Sheridan," said ho, "when this man
Ryan camo up to tho bar and spoke to tho
cashlor. As ho turned to leavo ho mado an
offensive remark to Sir. Gilmore,
and boforo I know what had hap
pened tho two men woro struggling all over
tho room. I throw myself between thorn,
but could not separate them. Ryan struck
first, I bcliovo, and then Sir. Gilmore's blood
was up. Ho wanted to hit Ryan as badly
an Ryan wantod to hit him. Ryan was drunk
and wanted to pick a quarrel. That was tho
whole causo of it. I will not say what was
tho offonBivo remark which ho mado at first,
but, 1 assure you, it was entirely uncalled
for by any oouduot on Sir. Gilmoro's
part. Sir. Gilmoro did not know Ryan until
afterwards, for his first remark after Ryan
was dragged off by tho policeman was:
' Who is this man, anyhow ? I don't know
him. What is his name ?'
"Sir. Gilmoro is rather peculiar in his
wavs and he may have given previous offense
to Ryan in somo way, but ho did not know it.
T linvn lmnnl lliat. Itvnn waHOTinn in n. hiirlior
position in tho hotel and that ho cherished a
grudge against Sir. Gilmoro.
Ryau was arraigned beforo Judgo Patter
son at tho Kehoz Starket Court this morning.
Policeman Hunter made an affidavit that Sir.
Gilmoro charged the man with assault Tho
policeman on his part charged Ryan with be
ing drunk ana disorderly.
A ctrtilicute from D. Quackcnboss stating
that Sir. Gilmoro's injuries wero so serious
that ho was confined to his bed and that he
would not be able to appear for several days.
Judgo Patterson then committod Ryan in
5-500 for examination Sunday morning.
Ryan is a powerfully built man, thirty-two
years old. lie is unmarried, and he lives at
805 East Twcnty-fifth stroet. Ho did not say
a word when at tho bar, but afterwards
spoko to a Would reporter as fol
lows: "Sir. Gilmoro struck mo
first, and if tho men who saw the
affair wero not such cowards thoy would tell
the truth in my favor. I suppose they aro
afraid for their positions. Sir. Gilmoro is a
rich man and I am a poor ono. I suppose
ho will drive mo to the wall.
" Sly day's work ends at 8 o'clock in tho
evening, and I have to turn in my book to
tho cabhior every night. I went upstairs at
about U.30 o'clock and put in my book
at tho bar. I wished tho cashior goodnight
and was turning away when I came closo up
to Sir. Gilmor Ho said : ' Did you address
that remark to mo ?' 1 had made no offrisivo
remark and I said so, but ho pushed mo hard
and said if I did not got out he would put mo
out. We had somo words and ho struck mo
on tho mouth. I fell against tho bar and
hurt my head. Seo this."
Ho show od tho reportor on ugly wound on
" This made mo very mad," ho continued,
"and I wont into tho light for all I was
worth. Tho iinlicoman clubbed mo, and
every one seemed to bo against ino. I had
noer hud nuy troublo with Sir. Gilmore bo
foro, and did not want to quarrel with him."
Ryan got bail at tho station-house last
night, end his bondsman continues to bo an
sw erablo for him.
Gcorgo Stoygan, manager of tho wino
room. told tho reporter that Ryan, who had
boon in his employ a year and a half, was a
quiet and hmut-iriottn man. Ho said that
ItMin hud been drinking ycbtcrday but was
Manager Gilmoro is n tall, thin, Kray.
haired man. fifty years of ugo, lebs powerfully
built than Ryan. It is his intention to pun
ish his assailant as severely as tho law will
HrJK FATHER COT A NSTOU
A Forljr.nvo-Ycnr-Olil Tailor Accnsrd of
Kidnapping Ills Old Friend's Unniliter.
Potcr Qtiinn, a tailor, employed in St.
Joseph's lustituto, Wostohestor County, was
taken to Jefferson SInrrkot Polico Court this
morning. It is supposed that ho is the ab.
duetor of Rosaua Campbell, a girl flftoou
years old, who has boon missing from hoc
since Oct. SO.
Tho girl lived with hor father, Jamos Camp
bell, a tailor, at No. 803 Soventh nouuo. Tho
night upon which sho was last seen site loft
her homo with her cousin, Slamlo Sullivan,
of 112 Placo street, Grccupoint. Both girls
walked to Thirty-fourth street and Sixth
nventto. Slamlo remembers to havo soen
Qtiinn, who Is a man forty-flvo years of ngo,
in that neighborhood. She knew Qulnn, as
ho had been a member of tho family for
Slamlo left Rosana to go to hor homo In
Greonpolnt. Sho crossed tho ferry alouo
and, on reaching tho other Bido, was aston
ished to seo Rosanna and Quiim getting into
n Calvary Cometcry car together. That was
tho last seen of tho girl.
Last night Qninu called at tho houso of
Sir. Campbell, and told tho father that ho
did not know anything about whoro hor
daughter was. Campbell had him arrested
mi a charge of kidnnpping. Tho aocused told
tho policomau that hohad a lettor from tho
girl to hor father tolling him that sho was all
Tho fnthor said that Quinn was at ono timo
a frequent visitor at tho house and paid par
ticular attention to Rosana. On July 4.
18W1, sho wob left in tho houso alouo. Qulnn
callod and after ho loft ho did not call again
for threo wooks. Sir. Campboll wan tola by
Sirs. Thompson, a eolorod sorvant in tho
house, that thoro was something wrong going
on. Aftor this tho father armed himself with
a pistol and vowed that ho would bo re
venged. When Quinn roturnod to the houso
ho was ordered to leavo If ho valued his llfo.
To Justice Duffy, Quinn said he know noth
ing about tho whereabouts of the girl. Ho
MARY ir.N'N BTILL MISSING.
Her Tjona Absenro from Homo n Palnfnl
mystery to All Her Friends.
Nothing has yot been heard of SlissSIary
Jano Lynn, who walked out of hor sister's
houso, 6M Wost Twenty-first Btroot, last
Tuesday evening and disappeared as mysteri
ously as if tho sidewalk had swallowed her.
SlissLynnwastwenty-fonr years of ago,
with blue oyes and light brown hair. Sho
was of medium slzo, and quite good looking.
vvnen sno leu jiomo uq me tuujruuuii ui iuu
day on which sho disappeared she had on a
dark cheviot dress, with light colored waist,
trimmed with blno braid, and a black Jacket.
Hor hat was of folt, trimmed with bluo and
Sirs. Kennedy, the sister of SIlss Lynn,
from whose house she so unaccountably dis
appeared, told a World reportor this morn
ing that every effort was being mado to find
tho missing girl. No reason could bo given
for hor disappearance, a she was a young
woman of blameless character and religious
way of life. Every ono of hor friends
and tho peoplo in the store whore
sho was employed, speak' very highly of her.
Sirs. Kennedy did not think that Miss Lynn
had wandered away whilo suffering from
mental aberration, as sho wan bright and
choerful and of sound mind. When tho girl
left hor Bister's house at 7.60 p. u. on Tues
day sho said that sho was going to a singing
class. Sirs. Kennedy fears thai sho has met
with foul play.
RIOTOUS HOPNDS ON STATIN ISLAND.
Destruction Wroaalit hj Thanksstvlng Ex.
cnrslonlsts from Hrooklrn.
A target company callod " The Hounds,"
and hailing from tho Eighteenth Ward of
Brooklyn, visited Silver Lake Park at Tomp
kiusvillo, S.I., yesterday, and aftorshooting,
sat down toudinner. When the beor began
to operato, turkeys, meats, butter, bread,
pickles, dishos, cups and saucers wero thrown
Looking-glasses and doors wero brokon and
a general riot seemed imminent. Tho pro
prietor and his assistants were nnablo to quell
The polico wero notified and Inspector
Cobb, with six natrolmcn, appeared on tho
ground. "Tho Hounds," numbering about
one hundred, woro ordered from the park
and under police escort were conducted to
tho ferry at St. Goorgo. No arrests were
A Murdered Woman's Estate Sold.
ISrZOIAL TO TOE WORLD.l
iTewabe, Nov. 28. TheQsrrlty estate In riarrU
son waa sold at pnbllo sale Wednesday afternoon.
Thero was a largo number of people present. It
was finally sold to I'cter Hauck for 3,460, This
recalls the murder tnreo years ago of Widow
Uamty, who lived alone lu her cottage. The mur
derer has uever been cauiiht, but pari ot a railroad
Iron waa found In the room wrapped In a copy of
Tue Would, covered with blood.
Frovldcuce's Major Dangerously Hick.
SHCIAL TO THI WOULD.)
l'BOVinmoK, It. I., Nov. 25. Mayor Itobhlns
lies dangerously sick at his residence this mornlnf.
The news has created lntcnso excitement, and a
fatal result, which Is not oonsidered lmprohablo,
would tako the Itepuhllcau candidate ontoftho
Mayoralty. In tho three-cornered flKht last week
Ilobblns failed of a majority, snd the contest will
bo renewed next week.
O en. T.. W. Leaven worth Dead.
fSriCIAL TO TUX WOBLD.l
Svbacusi, Nov. IL Qen. E. W. Leavenworth
died early this morning, aged eighty-ove years,
lie was bom In Columbia County, waa graduated
from Yale College and had been one of the most
prominent buslnew and professional men In Con.
tral fiew York. Ilesened several terms In the
Leutalature, and was arm elected to Congress In
Flacshlp Illcliiiinnd at Newport.
IsrcciAL to Till woni.n. I
KkwrssT, Nov. S5. Tho flagship lilrhmond,
Capt. Kobcrt Boyd commanding, arrlred here early
thla morning from New York, whero ine has been
for the past ten days for coal, and took up her old
berth, off Ooat Island Llvht. Owing to light winds,
followed by n attempt to make the patsige under
sail, the ltlchmond's trip wax leni;tbeaed out Into
one of forty-eight boms' duration.
An Assault Fvlloued br Nhnotlno
SriXIAI. TO THE WODLn.l
Vinevabd Haven, Mass., Nov. M. llyan
O'ltrlcn, an employee of It. W. Crocker, made an
assault on W. W. Donglass, a prominent hardware
dealer, laat night while rhtozlcated. Donglaas
shot O'llrlen In self-defense, the ball passing
through bis thigh, lie may in o.
I'lchtlns Mprrulntors Dlsrharsied.
James A. Ilydoand l)u Id Ktnck, the tlcku specu
lators arrested for fluhilnjlii fnnt of the Four
teenth Hireet Tacairo and ulto mado counter
charges ol a&iault, were Inclined to b forgiving In
the Jiflonon Market l'oiice court, thla morning.
1 Justice Duffr lectured them, made them shake
bands and discharged Hum,
OYER $2,000,000 FOR EXTRAS.
COMMISSIONER L0RW WILL FIGHT TIIK
Earn Item on the Aqueduct Contractors'
Illll to Iln Investigated Tho Mayor nnd
Comptroller Not Now In the Annrdnrt
Hoard Commissioner Nrvrton Is Looking
Into the flatter on Ills Own Account.
Tho Aqueduct contractors aro olannod ovor
tho publicity given to thoir S2.000.000 grab
for extra excavations on tho now wator works.
It Ib said that their attempt to raid the city
treosury, if successful, would bring them
nearer 13,000,000 than 2,000,000.
Comptroller Loow is investigating Into tho
enormous oxtra bill of tho contractors, and
is determined that tho city shall not bo
mulcted. Tho Comptroller is no longer
a member of tho Aqueduct Commie.
Bion. Tho "ring" had tho Siayor
nnd Comptroller legislated out of offlco.
Commissioner of lhiblio Works Newton Is
Btill a member of tho Commissioners and is
acting with Comptroller Loow in looking
aftor tho city's interest. .
Comptroller Loow said to-day to a Would
" I am busy investigating into tho con
tractors' bill for oxtra work. It is no small
bill, as tho amount reaches into millions.
You may rest assured, howovcr, that
I will not sign a warrant to
pay tho contractors a dollar 'nnloss I am
convinced that thoy havo tho law on their
sido and havo honestly earned tho money
thoy aro claiming. Tho big bill was a great
surpriso to mo."
Gen. Nowton said t " Tho bill of tho con
tractors for extra work is now under investi
gation. A sub-committee, of which I am a
momber, has tho investigation in charge.
Comptroller Loow, as the financial ofllcor of
tho municipality, is also investigating tho
It is charged that tho contractors havs in
cluded in thoir bills hundreds of thousands
of yards of oarth which wero disrupted by
blasts in tunnelling. Tho contractors, It is
said, aro endeavoring to prove that they mado
excavations with tools that woro really Jthe
work of powdor. Again it is charged that
tho contractors would lose vast sum of
monoy on their contracts if it wero not for
their bills for " extras."
There is some plausibility in this reasoning
when thoir bills for" extras" foot up $3,000,
000 or $8,000,000. Comptroller Loow ond
Gen. Newton say that the investigating coin
mitioo will moot next Tuesday.
IT DEPRESSED MIS SHRUB.
A Irrannfactnrrr of Goods for RwlndllnsI
Purposes Gets a Lesson In Court.
William Buydam, of 65 Nassau street, who
who hast gainod some notorioty of lato
through his advertisements and ciroulars
representing that ho manufactured tnd sold
" crookod " goods for tho use of sporting
man -whereby innocent porsons might be
victimized, callod at tho Tombs Folico Court
this morning. Ho was accompanied by Capt.
William SlaLonghlin, of tho Old slip nolloo
station, who said to Justioo Kilbroth
that Buydam had called soyeral tlmos
at tho Btation-housd and urged him to
arrest one of Suydom's employocs who.it was
alleged, had gone off with thoprooeods of tho
sale of a quantity of his swindling imple
ments, amounting to $100, whioh had beon
turned ovor to him by express oompanios in
"0. O. D." envolopos. Buydam then mount
ed tho stand in front of the Justice's desk,
and ropeated tho story told tho Captain, and
asked for a warrant for tho arrest of tho al
leged dishonest omployee.
" Aro you tho man who odvortisos tho solo
of implements mado fori tho swindling of
pooplu ?" askod tho Court.
"Yes, sir, blandly replied Buydam.
" And you admit that you manufacture and
advertise for snlo goods mado expressly for
tho purposo of swindling ?" again askod tho
Justico, viewing tho applicant searchinply.
"Well, as to that, Your Honor," said
Buydam, "I don't want to admit anything
that I may bo called to account for horo
after." "Vory well, sir: yon will understand that
this Court cannot bo used by you for tho pur
poso of aiding you in your nefarious scheme,
and for tho collection of money derived from
tho snlo of goods to thieves, swindlers and
I'rnmonle Held for Trial.
Lulgl rroroonlu, tho Italian who attacked
Illcaze Turcot and his wife, last night, with a dirk,
was taken to the Jofferaon Market Police Court
this morning. Last night Turcoz and his wife wero
visiting a shoemaker at 243 Thompson atrcet,
whero a game of cards for a bottle
of wino was played. Turcoz lost, but
would not pay for the wine, lie and hla wife left.
I'romoulo followed, and when ttiey wero lu front
of bt W'Cht Third street, he drew tils dagger and
made a lunge ut Turcor, cutting through two coats
and the BUn. lnrcov's wife got her hind cut try
lnc to gut hold ol tho weapon. In rourt to-day
lromonlo waa held in 000 ball for examination.
Willing to Jletrar Ills I'ols.
Detective Evanhoo saw four young men trying
doors along Twenty-ninth street, between Eighth
and Ninth avenues last night. Ono of the houses
was Judge Mc Adam's residence. The de
tective ran at the four and captured Thomas
Whttlkcr. The others esoapod. on the war to the
Jefferson Market Court tnU morning Whttlkcr said
Lu would ,(Bueal"nn his companions If let go.
Ho wss told ho could "squeal" all he wauled to
In prison. Ho w as held for examination. Sev
eral sueakrobbcrlia have been committed lately
In tho neighborhood where he waa arrested.
GeortTR IHeefitf Accidentally Shot.
arecrAL to inc would.
Watebbuiiv, Nov. 45. Oeorgo Meofuf, a Rtaton
Island man, who has a real estate oillce In New
York, spent Thanksgiving with relatives In
Huntington. While out gunning with ono of tbim
je.tcrdaj, the two tuvuniu mparatvd. .MecfufM
companion's guu waa accidentally discharged,
shooting Mwtuf In tho throat. One shot also hit
him In the chin, one In ilio foot, and one shot tuo
atone om ; a valuable aolltalro diamond ring ho
was wearing, lie now lien lu a critical condition
at the houso of the man who shot him.
O'Connrll ltciimmlrd Without Hnll.
William O'Conuell, who was arrested lu Tam
many Hall last night, on a charge uf shooting
James Hweeuy, of M4 1 1ilrd avenue, la.t Monday,
wa arralgni d In tho YorkUlle Court to-day.
form it aftldawt t.iut ho mi arrested for Hip boot
ing upon Information lurulabed by Jjhn Dltttuar,
of ul Third aenoe, waa mado against the ac
cused. He waa aaked no question!, and waa com
mitted by Justice Murray without ball, to await
the result ot Sweeny's Injuria.
Ilolil Ilnlibrrr nt New Ilriinswlrk.
New Hui'NanicK, Nov . Kntlo Mcdrall,
nineteen years of age, whllo on her way to tto
fair of tho rtacrcd Heart laat night was attacked by
two men. She struiriiled hard, and prri'tilli her
usillauts wero Irlglituued awuy by the upuroach
of a pedestrian. '1 hey stole her pocketbook con
taining tso. The polico aro searching f or the rob.
YALE IS KIXQt
Ttmnj King Yalt
It a happy youtvj malt.
And a happy young malt it he.
ie'i grcal at the oar,
At the bat he's more.
Anil football's Mi jamborefi.
MR. MORGAN TERrLEXED.
Despite the Arrest of Horsey lie Still Adrer.
Uses for Ills Diamonds.
Although tho polico hnvo arrested William
II. DorBoy on tho chargo of stealing $0,000
worth of diamonds from tho houso of Sir.
Slatthow Slorgan, 218 Lexington avenuo, and
in spito of tho fact that Corsey nt first
confessed to writing a lottor to Sir.
Slorgan relating to tho diamonds, yot
Sir. Slorgan, up to 11.80 o'clock this mom.
ing, hadltcard absolutely nothing from tho
police in regard to tho arrest or tho recovery
of tho proporty. Ho is, thoroforo, still ad
vertising; an offor of $1,000 for tho rocovory
f IiIb diamonds.
In response to tho inquiry of a Would to.
porter. Sir. Slorgan. although vory bUBy,
found timo to mako tho following statomont i
" Well, the nowspapors really know moro
about tho affair thnn I do. I stayed at
homo all day yesterday, and last night
I 'loft on tho night boll but
not a word havo I heard from tho polico,
I told tho Inspoctor that I was ready and
waiting to bo called nt any moment trat I
haven't hoard a word from nim. I renowod
tho roward Wednesday for two doyB, and if
I don't hear from it to-day I shall again re.
new it to-morrow."
Sir. Slorgan nf tor eiprosfinff rilaTrogYai that
ho could givo no further information, again
said that lio know absolutely nothing con
corning tho arrost mado or tho clnes of tho
polloo beyond what ho had read in tho papers.
BAYED FROM THE ECHOLTEN.
Blare Sllsslns; Pnssensrers Accounted for by
the Steamship's Agents.
At tho offlco of tho NetheTlands-Amoricon
Steamship Company a cablegram was ro-
oeivod this morning, by Agent Von den Toon,
correcting tho list of passongors of tho
wrcoked steamship W. D. Soholten, and
saying that tho following of that number
have boon saved: Honry Konyon, Gustav
Dromonsky, Hermann IIuBolor, Gustav Will,
Gluseppo do Bcrtollul, Peter Jomchowski,
Slax lJucker, Janos 1'cchomje, Janos Takaso,
Joliunn Gund, Andreas Altka, Hermann
It is also Btatod that tho W. A. Scholten
will be blown up, as tho vessel as sho now is
impedes navigation and as thero is llttlo
chanco of raising hor. Tho mails havo boon
rocovored. It is probable that tho Scholten's
passongors will bo brought to this city on the
steamer F. Coland, of tho somo lino, wnicla
loaves Rotterdam to-day.
Tho father and tho brother of Henry Ken
yon called at tho steamship office this morn.
Ing and inquired when tho Loordam would
arrivo, as thoy oxpoctod Henry on that ship.
Thoy woro told that Honry was ono of tho
Bcholten's passongors, and word had just
boon received that ho was among tho saved.
Ilr. Hnaert'e Nitride.
Coroner Levy trill mako farther Investigation
this alternoon concerning the suicide of Dr. Alex
ander Ilugert, a vi ell-known physician, who shot
himself through the right temple with a Bl-calibro
revolver at 4.1SF. v. yesterday. Iho suicide of
Kichard Mall, a nephow, tho death of his daughter
and his son-in-law, all within tho apace of two
years, produced a great change In the mental con
dition of too doctor, and of late he had been under
tne care ot two physicians, who described his dis
ease aa acute melancholia.
Freedom for iko WterTnnk.
Ex-Judge Dltteuhoeffer naked Judgo lurrctt to
day to dlamUa the Injunction obtained by Elalo Ser
rano, owner of tho play "Donna lllanca," re
straining Charlis II. Jefferson, Henry S. Taylor
and James Nugent, proprietors of "Tne Dark Se
cret," from exiillutlng tue water-tank scene at tho
Academy of llu.lc. He raised tne point that If It
waa an lnfrlngouient ut copy right tue caao waa one
for the fedirul courts. The cue waa OlamUaed.
HunalnaT In Colorado, a I'lno Here.
Charles Uryan was lusuctt'a Thankajhlng mood
yesterday that, seeing a saddled horso standing
alone In llroome street, he jumped on Its back and
and rode awuy. l-ater l'ollceman may arrestol
Ilryan tn a maudlin condition. Justice 1'attcrson
told him this morning, in tho Easox Market Court,
that In Col rado no mould bo hanged for the crlmo
ol horso stealing, but lu New York he would only
be fluid $10.
Grnbrdunkel's Wnlrli Grabbed.
Honry Orabeduukcl, coil-dealer at Jane and
West st rot-, Sid to nice a 1 hauksglvlng afternoon
that ho fill asleep in hla oiTnc Whoti he awoke
his watch and momy were pone. Dotccllve Bar
li igh, uf the Chnrn street squad, found the watctt
this .iiorulttg In t ie pocket of lluulil Allen, Orabe
ilm kel's clerk, win .i hild for trial at the Jetfer
auu ilarl.ol Court to-day.
, i m
Ilriiohlyn Nous nt a Glance.
liurglars last night forced open the rear door of
W. llurnlpps's grocery store, a; Atlantlo avenue,
and robbed the money-drawer of fas.
Nine colls of mire, the properly of the Western
Union Telegr iph CoiLpany, wero atolcn from the
corner of ork and Washington streets laat night.
Tbo annuil autumn exhibition ol tho llrooklyn
Art Club iPi'init ut tlioArl Association Galleries,
llrooklyn, noxt 'luind.iy, II will remain open for
Mis Kiuina Hill, a young German woman,
picked up yesterday a bottle containing as sho
supposed medicine. It was Iodine. Sho was at
tended by an ambulance inrgeon.
A JERSEY JUSTICE ARRESTED. fl
MB. JESSE DE OR0FF TELLS A DARBOW- "M
INO TALK OF ASSAOLT. fM
lie Followed Ills Wife, ITe Hare, to Jostle &JaH
C'rossman's Monso only to bo Thrown lot H
the Street nnd Pounded Tho Jostle IfrLI
Version Different from Mr. Do Oroff's 1"H
' Very Berloas Chartres made by netb. afen. UH
Jorsey City has a sensation to talk over to. VH
day, the result of tho arrost of Justice Henry Sii
O. Grossman this morning on a chargo Mssl
of assault and battery made by Jesso Do 4H
Groff .a well-known Newark avenuo merchant, Cafl
Tho arrest is the outcome of a scandal eon. ' aH
coining throo of tho moBt highly -connoctcd 1 ivjJHi
families on Jorsoy City Heights, and tho re- H
suit will probably bo two divorce Buits, ono I'ljH
of which has already been commenced. ''iH
Jesso Do Groff in his complaint against tH
Justico Crossman Bays that ho callod on tho iiH
latter at his homo on Court House placo, iiiH
Wcdnosday night to follow his wife, who VH
was at the houso, and to noenso tho Justice of H
unduo intimacy with hor during hor frequent 1H
isits at his homo, no says that Grossman ,rH
followed him to tho stroet and struck him !H
repeatedly in tho faco with somo sharp in. ',
strument. Ho procured a warrant from jl
Justico Aldridgo last night. 1'IH
Justico Crossman, when arrested, declared "iSH
that Sirs. Do GroQ's visits wero professional, 'ALH
as sho i as preparing to prosccuto her bus. rl
band for alleged cruel treatment. He then !3bsbH
Htatod that Do Groff had boen unduly 'ssH
iiitlmato with Sirs. Carrie K. Wills, who is il
now suing for a divorco from hor husband, 'HH
Honry E. Wills, n prominent young lawyer, 'aH
boforo Chancellor SIcGill. Justice Grossman j?H
says that ho can produce flvo witnesses who iH
saw the counlo togother at a Union Hill ro- :IWM
sort on Sunday, Aug. 11. &SH
Tho Justlco's version of tho wholo scandal. SIsH
oub complication is that Sirs. Wills's suit for nH
freedom is brought about by her dcslro jlH
to join Do Groff, and that the lat- ;ilH
tcr's allegod cruel treatment of his wife- laH
has boen designed as a provocation for dl- 'H
vorco. Sirs. Do Groff had been disposed to Al
roallzo hor husband's ideas by a suit, and had J9
beon In consultation with him for somo timo j
preparing for such a step. HH
Do GrolTs accusation of criminal intimacy, R
the justico says, is utterly false. He states iHI
that tho oonrso Do Groff lias taken has do- jH
elded in his mind his own course that of ex. '2aH
posing the whole of tho scandal which he 'f'fl
promised to mako more spioy in the near -7
Sirs. Do GrofT's suit is now a certainty, iaH
and with both this and the Well's suit In tH
progress at onco Jorsey City's bump of gos. "rjM
sip is likely to bo considerably enlarged. ' H
It is said that Lawyer Wells has found uH
plenty of news in Justice Grossman's story tB
and that ho will oppose his wifo's suit "with fjH
consequent energy. .JIH
Josso Do Groff was not ot his store on New- lH
ark avonuo, this morning, and could not b jsH
found by Tub Wonui reportor. initial
PMFOttTUXATE B03A ITGEfl. 'H
Hobbed of Iter Money ncd Ticket t the) ,H
Outset of Tier Trip to Ireland. J8nB
fsTXOTAX. TO ra WOULD.1 SSiMB
NrwAnx, Nov. 23. Rosa SIcGeo, a young 3H
Ixlsh woman, told the polios at headquarters , JH
last night that she had been robbed of a tin wflH
box containing all tho monoy she possessed ' -j-H
and a ticket to Ireland. vSassH
Tho girl had lived an a servant In German. ',H
town, Fa., and, having saved money enough, ".vbH
was going on a visit to hor native soil. Sho ' CjH
stopped in Newark to visit somo frionds and 4H
went to tho station last night with the box tor H
board tho train. Sho loft the box on oseat daH
and turned to look at tho placards. When ,,ataH
tho train arrived the box was gone. .vSsaH
The box was stamped on tho inside with -JhhH
tho nomo of Ellon Connors. The polios will H
endeavor to socuro her passage to tho Other if&flH
Knights of Labor Co-operative Vuetoir. '3biH
srxciii. to Tn wobld. ''fl
WlLxxsiiAnnx, Nov. ts. The Knights -of Labor tJ-H
of this vicinity have undertaken to establish a co. sHH
operative shoe factory at Ashley, and so far havo 1'H
met with great success. A company has been 9 3 JsH
formed with $3,000 capital, In ftO shares, and aa IvlsH
held by Knights of Labor. A buUdlug Das bean ,iViH
erected and the plant and machinery of the Eastern xH
Shoe Factory have been purchased. The following itH
are the omcers of the company! W. P. King, of & rH
Luzerne Borough, president! P. V. Caffroy, ol !
Bugsr Notch, Secretary, and U. L, Dooley. of ll'MM
Ashley, Treasurer and Superintendent. They have H'H
twenty-two men at work and ore overstocked with ALB
orders, some coming from aa far as Northumber- 'JMH
land County and Ohio. -VsaB
Dynamite In m. Philadelphia Ash aXaauf. 'ijl
(IPICUL TO TO! WOBLD.l TZaLL
rnrLADSLriitA, Nor. IS. A patrolman fonndla flH
an ash heap on Cambria street yesterday eight 4uH
Inches of ordinary lead pipe with both ends BCaVtly 'V'iH
plugged with wood and fitted with a rose. Near lH
by were two small tin boxes, each about aa Inoa ''.'ifsH
and a halt square, with no seams visible. An u4H
effort was made lo open one of them, when It ex. iM
ploded, blowing the box lato small pteosa. Too r&H
police aro leaving no atone unturned to discover ; kH
tho owner of the property. yiM
Mr. aud Mrs. (ieorsjo Gould.Wesnvard Bound. 'SH
ISriCIAX TO TDK WOBLD.J H
riTTSBCBQ, Nov. u. George Gould pnd wife H
were In tho city this morning en route to the PaaiSo il
CoaU He looks for a continuance of bostness in
prosperity and places no reliance In tho stringent "jjjH
money scare. The financial policy of the Admlnls- .H
tratlon la commended by dnanceers with whom ho U tfH
associated. Tue llhuourl l'aclflo road, ot which. l.H
he Is ailing President, Is doing Increased business. fflH
.and, notwithstanding enlargement of capacity. It idH
is unable to take care of Its business. ssssl
Confidence or Oil Men In the ShnUDowxu '3H
SPECIAL TO TIM WOULD. J ll
IlCTLiR, Pa., Nov. 85. Since the nrst ot Bus 4H
month the dally output of oil has been lessened
jo, uoo barrels. With this curtailment, burdensome flH
stocks are being reduced at the rate of 1,600,000
barrels per month. This shut-down movement ) '4SH
haa Inspired confidence throughout the oil regions ! 'jgH
that tho Producers' Assoolattoa can regulate the H
production of l'enuaylvanla and Nrir York ,
petrolenm, so that tho world will pay a fair price) &H
She Is Nellie Cooke No Longer. il
SPZCIIL TO TBI WOBXD.I $U
Lyons,. Nor. as. Nelilo Cooke, who recently i$fl
made s canvasa for School Commissioner la this ?H
city, and of whom Tus Would published columns, :fH
was married yesterday. -3M
lrob Predicts Wet Weather. ygl
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IN.'fA1' Xew Jersev awi Dela' B
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