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Nellie Bly Starts Out on a Wondrous
Flying Trip Around the Globe,
Thirty Thousand Miles Through
' Many OountrieB and Baok to
To Surpass Jules Yerne's Dream of
Rapid Transit Round (lie Earth.
Tho World's" Woman Writer Em
barks on tho Augusta Victoria.
It's Ilcr Own Ailvonturo nnd Sho Is
Fluclcy and Confident.
"I never' wept In ray life, but Icamc voryncar
limine ft good cry when Ibado my mother good
liy." said MIbs Nellie Illy to an Evy.siNti Would
rn-oi tor. ob nlie stood on the hurricane dock of
the Hamburg steamship Victoiia Augusta this
Miss illy sailod away from Now York this
mo-ntne, hound for New York.
t;lo will put a girdle 'round the earth, and will
fee nil climate and peoples ero she returns.
Blni w.ll cive thanks at Ismailla and spend
rh stmas at Hong Kong.
Ti 0 now year will dawn upon her at Yoko
li.iinn, 111 the land of tho Mikado, and on J.an.
!!' In r great brown eyes will look again upon
l-rr nativp iaiul and she will enter Columbia's
innniii by tho Golden Gate.
A live days' rido across this broad continent,
and Mm spirited, plucky and adventurous little
1 y w 11 touch the soil of thin metropolis, after a
co 111 lete Journey around tho globe.
Tim Evknino Worti.n roportor who bado Miss
lily gooi'-by this inclining i only a man, and at
ho tin eyed the slight, willowy, girlish flguro
of the llttlo cirenmnavisator clad in a close-fit-t'ng
travelling gown of dark blue camel's hair
pkulc I with a soft golden stripe, with hero and
there arttay thread of red, mid a dark blue
wa,st willi ruffoil Blcovee, it fairly took his
He icanucd tho widc-eyed, (tlrlish face, and
found it full of smiles and with Just th.8iaiiitt.st
business-like knitting of tho pmooth. low brow.
Thebrr.ldof black hair, doubled 011 tho neck
fid tied with a bit of iibbon, and ono of thoxc
absurd little tourists' caps in fawn-colorod
check, with useless ear-laps tied over the crown,
completed the p'ctnro.
"Can I bo of any scrvico to yon, MissBly:"
suggested tho roportor. adding: "To cot your
luggage aboard or ''
"Oh! My 'liWKftao' is aboard, thank yon.
I brought it on myself. It is down in my stato
MtSR PLY MAKF.S nnn WILL.
"Oh! and that reminds mo. I want yon to
witness my will. I don't expect anything to
fcappon; but then if something should happen,
you know. "
Tho reporter, II. 0. Jarrett and another gen
Hunan followed tho fair traveller down to tho
stateroom in solemn procession.
Konieliow it scorned tho thing to bo Folenm to
thr-so threo men, cither of thorn many years
older than tho girlish testatrix, and at least two
of them old enough to bo her father.
"Keel" exclaimed the blithe Miss Illy. "I
havo tho brhul chamber. Isn't it a marvel of
commodlonnnesa t Why I don't know what a
mall person like mo can do with so much room.
The bed's a bunk, bnt I Just delight in cramping
myself all up and sleeping in a bunk. '
Miss Illy gravely produced an air-tight ink
well and unscrewed the top. Then bIio drew
from a pocket in her gown a slip of nntepaper,
folded so that tho dozen linos comprising her
"will" were hidden, and theso words appeared:
ITS C0NTKNTH A SECRET.
"Signed, publlshod and declared to bo my
last w 111 ana testament at tho City of Hoboken.
Ktatonf New Jelsey, this 14th day of Novem
Miss Illy wroto her name In signaturo, and
then tho witnesses signed it, too. Tho contents
of this will weio a secret, hut tho jeporter Baw
itliulsFtwonUwhlch was tho only ono on the
It was "mother."
Miss Bly sighed as sho pealed tho onvclopo
containing her will and addressed it to her
1 (i outfit ron Tnr. oiikat joubnet.
I , 'Now, MisHllly, tell mo what yon rarryfor
I bagging and what is your outfit," resumed the
reporter, in an endeavor to relieve the oppressive
Moronity tho signing of tho will had occa-
is Dly laughed a clear, musical lauh.
)( Jl'HT ONE LITTLE HAU.
ihero4t 1s,"b1io rjaculnted in a ludicrous
wr. pointing a slim, gloved linger at a llttlo
orown Ug of leathor In a corner. It was 14
m lo"1' u " by 10 inches.
Tho threo men whistled, and MIsb Bly rat
"The ' outfit consists of a comb and brush,
two suits of flannels, a big bundle of such paper
we reporters make our notes and 'copy 'on.
Mi p"sI,0,t-"l"e'l by that big, awful Mr:
., I iU; , , k' Dt B0Wn V ' 1 have on,
M! . VrtM VA ""dly have room fnr it in my
A on merrily " ' brl'Ul Cl"mb' r' ' " Mi" U'r W,mt
1 A.,.1 xrt r.K MKD'aXK OHMT.
J, Ana jilii my, whou asked if she had prodded
herself with ft niedicino chest, only laughed de
risively. " Not even a troche, "sho replied. "I
was never rick en hour In my life, audi shall
not be sick now."
Her questioner at this . moment noticed a
queer faafcd of gold on Miss lily's left thtiuib.
" What is that for 7" he asked.
nr.it rrriiii a mxci.
Thero was not a blush nor an oppression of
any suspicion that tho ring was odd or tho idea
whimsical as sho replied:
"That is tho savage in me. lam Jnst super
stitious enough to lio'.iovu in that ring. I woro
it whon I applied for employment at The Would
office, and the only tinea day that It has been
absent from my Anger I had bod luck. I uonld
not remove it for anything. I shall not bo sick.
If I am I can get all tho uarty medicino I want
from tho ship's doctor."
Miss lily's only Jewelry wes this thumb ring,
a leather bracelet, with a watch chain attach
ment; a chain bracelet of gold, and a pair of
crofcent loops of gold in her cars.
Ascending again to the hurilcango deck tho
bright-faced little newspaper woman found
thero a dozen friends from tho newspaper world,
and thcicnas much shaking hands and good
bys, but Miis Illy wat tho liveliest of all.
11E11 M0T1lr.lt TOMIOE SltlST MUFFICE.
"Dear me!" sho exclaimed, the white brow
corrugating again. "There are pcoplo all
around me, but nobodv speaks Kimll'h. Tho
purser and tho stewardess do, thoush, and I
spent some weeks in Mexico once for The
WonLD, and though I could not speak Hpaulsh,
I managed to get along all light. I can spcuk
uolanguago but my own English, but pshaw I
I shall bo homo again boforo I'll want to talic at
Capt. Albcrs was brought forward and intro
duced to his fairest passenger, mid tho pnsi.cn
gers, standing in gioupF at a llttlo distance, gazed
in amazement and atlmlrntiou lit the almost
llttlo girl who, of her own notion, was Fcttlng
out to lii at tho wonderful iccord of Jules
Verne's hero, I'hincas I'ogg, who went "Around
the World in Eighty Days" in the author's
hhe'll enjoy the iuir.
"I've never been out of sight of land," raid
Miss Illy, "but I havo no qualms of feat. I
may be seasick, but I'll get ovor it, and I know
I shall enjoy the trip. I am going to makn a
record for The Would for somebody to beat,
if they can."
There was n lull in the hustling, bustling of
tho stevedores. The luggage and cargo wai all
shipped, and H.:iO, the hour for departure had
arrived. The hoVn's shrill whistlo piped all
sailed at n.no.
MIbs lily's dainty little glovo of nndresred kid
gave tho hand of tho reporter h. hcaity squccjo.
and the farewell was said. 'Ihotliica stacks nf
tho Augusta Victoria emitted puffs of black
smoke, and tho great ship steamed majestically
out into tho North Hirer and passed down the
bay and out through tho Narrows into the
When 4 was decided that Miss Dly should mal s
tho trip she was all animated cuthu-iasm in a
moment, and in another her pretty head was
burled in "guides" and her girlish laco
knotted in thoughful study of ".'routes."
After an hour's study she announced: "I can
beat any record. I think I can do It in seventy
rlve days. I can go by the Hamburg Fteamor to
Southampton, then to London, then on the
India mail to Calais, Paris, Turin, then to llrin
dlsl, and from thero tLo steamship to Cathay;
then Ismalljo, Aden, Columbo, Ceylon,
l'eiiang and Hingaporo in India; then Hong
Kong, tho British city on the Chinese Island,
and then to Yokohama.
"I will airivo at Yokohama about New Year's
and sail for 'Frisco on Jan. 7, reaching New
York Jan. 27. That Is in Juit scventy-livo
Having determined on the trip Miss Nellie was
thoughtful. Thou sho remarked demurely,
"Now the first thing for me to do is to go home
to my mother and havo a good night's sleep."
And that sho did. Then next day sho began
her preparations. (Ihormley, tho man drers
niakor, huilded hor camel's hair gown in a day.
rilOVIPED WITH CltnONOMETEllK.
Bhc procured a watch which notes the hour
from 1 to 21 o'clock. and by this sho will be able
to compute her exact travelling time. By her
own little repeater she will know what's the time
o'day by tho time In voguo wherever sho may
bo located, and when she gets home again she
will find that sho has beaten New York to tho
extent of a day or two, for sho will constantly
travel ton aids the rising sun.
WILL HEE MANY LANPS.
The little traveller will pass through tho fogs
and chilly atmosphere of Labrador and New.
foundland and tho thrice-heated calms nf tho
Hod Sea and Farther India. Miss Bly will pass
among the English, German, Fiench, Hpanish,
Aiabians, Hindoos, Chincre and Japanese and
leaders of The Would may confidently look for
tho elaboration of many notes made lu the little
books of tho fair "newspaper woman."
400 MILKS A DAY.
Miss Bly. when her Journey is completed,
will havo travelled nearly 30,000 miles, or at
tho rato of 400 miles a day over land and sea
for every day of her absence from her nook in
tho "city rooin"of The Would.
Tho first circumnavigator of tho globo was
Magnlkacns, aftrrwhom tho Stral'aof Mago 1 a
were named. Ho was a Portuguese and Bet out
ou his Journey in lfllli with tho idea that the
world nan a flat surface and that in time he
would reach tho edgo and find out what was In
tho abyss into which a straggler might tumhlo
if he ventured too near It. The compass
was then uiiinv ented, and the ship was steered by
Capt. Francis Drake a bold, bad buccaneor,
out for what ho could find, sailod from England
In ITiT", passed aiound Cupa Horn ami across
tho Pacific and bsck to his native land.
Capt. Cook did it at abont tho sameltime, and
his chronicle shows that he was threo yoarsou
tho cruise, lie tonohed at Terra del Furgo, the
"Land of Fire." Tahiti. New Zealand, Van
Dlemen'H Land. Austi alia, the Friendly Islands,
where they didn't eat you. but Just robbed you
and turned you loose; New Hebrides, New Cale
donia, which has been for many years the
French penal colony; the Sandwich Islands,
which had not then a King who had learned the
seductive gome of draw-poker, and Western
THE FIRST WOMAN OLonK-OIllPLKU.
Blnco Cook's day the globe-trotters havo be
come an army, The most famous of tho Ameri
can circumnavigators was the late Htcretary of
State, William H. Bon aril, who wroto his ad.
ventures in an HOO.pago tome. Gen. Grant
did it en mile, mid Jay Gould and tho Vauder
bllts do It now and then, but Nellie Bly is prob
ably tho first of her rex to undertake It alone
sndnnpiotectod, audit is no hazard to predict
that her tour of the world for The World will
become the most famous in the annals of travel.
Bfco carries with her tho best wishes of mill
ion readers and admirers, and they will heartily
wclcomo her on her icturn.
itinerary or tub TRtr.
Nov. 14. Leave Now York by Angttsta Vic
toria t'. no A. M,
Nov. 'Jl. Duo Southampton, London, by rail
in threo hours.
Nov. 22. Leave Victoria Station, London, 8
r. M. on India Mail.
Nov. i-'.l. Calais, Pails and Turin.
Nov. 24. BriudlsiatlO.14 r. ji.
Nor. -'.'. Liavo Briudisl, steamship Cathay,
2 A. t.
Nov. 27. Ismailla.
Dec. ;i. Aden.
Dec. 10. Colombo (Ceylon).
Dec. 1(1. Penang.
Dec. 1H. Singapore.
Dec. 2". Hong Kong.
Dee 28. Lcavo Hong Kong for Yokohama,
Jan. 7. Lcavo Yokohama via Paclflo Mall
Jan. 22. Due Ban Francisco.
Jan. 27. Duo Ne s-York.
Nov. 14 to Jan. 27 seventy.fivo days.
NO MORE AN EDITOR.
John L Sullivan's Literary Career Comes
to an Abrupt End.
John L. Sullivan Is no longer sporting editor
of tho lllustrati-a A'ikx.
Manager and Treasurer Gcrmaino has pent
Sullivan a check tnrJllOO, for the batanco duo
him to date, and licrtaftcr thorn will bo no
business connection between Boston's pet
pugilist and tho llluttrntett Aries.
The reason for tho sevcranco nf business rela
tions between the paper and Sullivan, as stated
by Mr. Uernialno this morning, was merely to
cut down cxpeiiFc.
Sullivan has boen drawing a salary of $50 a
week from tho AYtrx as sporting editor.
Thopeorless John is much cleverer with his
lists than with the pen. When bis namo was
first Haunted at the liead of tho paper as s;'oi t
nig editor, John used to wrestlo hard to master
tho intricacies of English grammar, ami sent to
theArtiM each wiek a column nf bright, brain
sciutlliatiiius, signed with his name.
Moon, however, tho delights ot a lltcraryoc
cupatt n lout their glamour ai.il maiiuciipts
from tho sporting editor becaino few and inr
betneep. linally they ccarcd sltogctlier, and
It hss now been ninny niDims since hlillivau has
wiitten anything for his paper.
Of course, under these cliciimtances, the
paper could not so on paying him fflo overy
Jli. (leimalno spoko very warmly of Sullivan
this morning, saying he considered that Siilli
van had earned ev erv cent o far paiit him. Ho
cnusidored his services in tlio ring at ltichbuig,
when John defeated Kilrain, oi worth nmny
dollars to his paper. He said the AVir.i would
alnaysbe n fileiid to Sullivan und back himin
ail Ids Hit lire, tiglits.
Personally, ho said ho had a vory warm spot
in his heart for the big fe'low.
In repaid to Bulllvan's recent challenges, Mr.
" As to Hullivan's fighting again, I think It is
a .certainty that ho will light Peter .Isckson.
The battle will be at tho California Athletic
" Dominlck McCaffrey Is out of the question;
he would be no match at all tor Hiilllvan."
GE.V. EOURKE'S FUNERAL.
An Immense Tlirnng flnunrs tho Ilrnd
Tho funeral of Gen. Thomas Francis Bonrkc.
the foi mor Fenian leader, tonk place yesterday.
The body was in a block cloth-covcied coffin,
with silver mountings, at his loto home. No.
2011 East Thirty-slxth street. Both the houso
and tho Ftreet withont wero thronged with
friends. Among those present were many
who had shaied tho dangers Gen. Bourko
faced at tho timo of tho Fenian up
rising, together with hundreds of tho
frleu Is he had maitct in this country.
The most prominent were Commissoncr Tay
lor, of llnstoii; Mayor (lleaon, of Long Inland
City; Police Justlcus Maurlco J. Power and
Henry Murray, Judge-elect James FlUgerahl,
ex-Commlssioner D. I.owber Bniith, Col. John
O'ltyrne. Neil Breslin, Hnmuel Cavanach,
James McCaitney, Jcrcmian Mnrphy, Dr.
James It. Htosci. John V. Chambers and
Thomas Clark Luby. Hhortly bcfoio lO.MO
tho procession, nearly two miles hinir, pro
ceeded to St. Gabriel's Church, in Tlnrty
seventh street, whero a Rolemii lequlem mass
was celebrated by llcv. Father Kelly, assisted
by Itev. 1'atheisO'Keefe and McKonua. At tho
cnncliirlon of tho mass tho body was taken to
Calvary Cemetery, wheie an eloquent eulogy
was delivered by Til imas Clark Liiny.
A number nf beautiful iloral otlorings woro
sent by the fi lends of tho tlcceused. Among
them were a shamrock, il ftot high, formed of
ivy leaves, with tho initials "I. It, 11." in im
mortelle" in the centre; a broken column, 7 foot
high, composed of tea and Marechal Nicl roses,
surmounted by a dove, and a pillow of ivy
leaves, with tho Oenoral s name in immortelles.
'1 he pallbearers wero Thomas C. Lnby, Augiistin
E. Cotelln. ("apt. John JlcCltme, Mlehnelityan,
William Miniilck and Jtobcrt 11. Clifford.
A I'lcit for Unrmlraa I-ilnntlm.
fsprciAi. to the wonui. )
Warsaw, N. V Nov. 14. Tho Kurervisorsof this
county p s cd resolutions esteniay uimoiuiclng the
piojKisr.! to enact a State Uw cooipcllliiir the removal
of all tuiMselit clirunle Insane yersons from county
asylums to the lsrtre titate Institutions The resolu
tions ilcdve Dili the cemrreirstlnif of many lnsune
persons 1' not aOvlsstile, eifeclally since the rural
counties can keep tlie l.ariuleis lunatics on lariru
urins with mors biuittU suil pleasure to themselves
niul filtnilsaud at leis exponas t and that It Is a gross
lnjuitlie tosuihrouutlrs as am taxlnir food core of
their unfortunates, to conq el tlieiu to railroad their
insane to ills. ant HUto Institutions where many of
thoui can never to visited by friends Tho represen
tatives ol tills county In both Houses are requested
tnoppoHoany bill havluv lor its object the removal
of tho county lssano to btate ) lums.
Accident to n Wedding I'nrtv.
ItriCUL TO THE WOULD. I
OinBONDALX, ra Nov. l.'L-A. party of twenty
three persons started from this city this afternoon In
a large omnibus on their way to a weddtnv near Way
uiart, six it.Uea from here. The vehicle was over
loaded, and M out half a mile from M sj mart the rt s
axle snapped.overtttinliiK the omnibus and llnowluf
tlio passengers out with great violence. Tho Injured
lienn, Mrs. Frank K.. ami eve rely wrenched.
Duns. Mrs. WAsmiiiTOii, fsto siidhcailcut.
McMillan, Miss ANKir, face bruised and acalp cut.
McMillan. Miss JrAN, fare cut and bruised.
Maxhjcli. Mrs.UonraT, skull fiaulured; may die.
bllirniBU, Mrs. J. It., face cut.
(IT I'nrllcular Interest to Persons of Mm.
To dresB well is tho ambition of everybody
who has any regard tor his or her per'onal ap
pcara. co and the good opinion of others. How
to gratify this ambition without involving a
larger cash outlay than can ho afforded, is a
question that dally confronts hundicds, if not
thousands, of persons. A solution of this ques.
tiou will he found by visiting the establishment
of Carey A Hides, credit outtltters, corner How.
erv and Grand strtot, who sell eveiything in
dres requirements for men and women, boys and
girls, on easy time payments, and at cash prices.
Seal plush garment and overcoats are among
tho prominent features of their Immense stock,
whloli also includes general dry goods. The
marvellous growth of this bouse since Its estah
incut, lour ears ago, Is evidence of the popu
larity of Its sy-tom and tho satisfaction given
to its patrons. V
A natirioca breskfut dish la prsnarvd from QrAxrn
noi.i.nn Write Oats In UO uiiautra. Aik tor tbs
"tJUAKIO" pOckAI. '
The Guarantee Fund Gols a Big LIU from
Thoy Promise to Subscribo Noarly
a Half Million.
"Tlio M'orlcPs" Cnnvnsscrs Milking
A most encouraging boom has been given to
the Wm Id's Fair Guaratitco Fund by tho prom
bod subscription ot 4144(1,000 from tho Lager
Bet r Brew cis' Board of Tiadc, which Hint body
voted to subscribo at their rogular meeting yes
terday. This generous sum represents an assessment
of 10 cents ou every ban el of beor sold by each
brevrer during tho year which ended May 1,
1HHII, ami thoy fiirthetmoro proiuiso to obtain
subscriptions from tlioso who are not members
of the Board, and intimate their total subscrip
tion at over half a million.
This subscription ia conditional, tho proviso
being that tho previous Bums pledged by Georgo
I'.hrtt, Jacob lluppcrt and Bernlicltncr V
Sclimid, iiiniiuutiug, all told, to .i.,000, shall
Tho subscription has not yet been officially
sent in. but is, nf cour-o, as good assent. It
will not bo milled to tho list, how over, until
Tlw amount pledged up to yesterday innrnlus
wot :i,im."i,hP. With yestirihiv's subi-cilp-tlons
of 1711,11114 the Rliioiint leaches f.'l, 12."i,
Hl.i, not including tho blowers' subscription.
Meanwhile. Tm: Wnui.li continues its actlvo
work of personal canvass, nnd tlio books this
morning show the following iccord:
I'rrvliiiisl) subscribed 8103,1)08
i. It. limrllck, climes, No. 1 KlPnst
.lllclmrl l.yneli, liquors, No. I2,t
.Mncdiiiiunl at 1,000
II. .11. Ileinru, No. 17,10 I.rxlngloii
P. Houlihan, 12th nv c, neur I3l)lli
John Cross, flt-ilcnti'sKf-n, 2141) 2d
Itiidolpli I'lprnlirlnk, dru Mure,
21 III 2d nvr 200
IMt-r Jlrsnlen grocer, 21 IN 2d uvc. 10(1
.lohii llenz, liquor denlrr, 2148 2d
Dliirlt Kit no, liquor denier, 2118
2d nvr l.llt
. ('. Koch, bulrber, 1732 Lexing
ton live 1(10
Jneob ltosciilirln, liquor dealer,
1731 l.cxlniitoii nve 100
I.imrcucu Diicli, liquor denier,
2IA3 2d nvc 000
Prank 1'. 1'oley, denier In llqucirs,
2137 2d nvc 500
Jnlin .VIcArdle, liquor dealer, 2130
2d nvc 000
I). J. tliilglry. nines, Ac, 2131
2d nvr 000
207 Fnst I I lib si 10O
Nntliiin I'aliin, liulcl.er. 21,13 2d
Levi Km, sbor iniiiiulncliircr,
2740 2d live a')
Total S 1 00, 1 23
The following sulscrlptions were leeched too
lato forpubhcatlon yesterday:
Ham Urothrrs, Allan) $3,000
Siliuitr, lini-s & Vo I , cent
JackMiii S. stcliultz ,ull
llald Uolfa Urate,, ,,,,, 0,(100
Dinitfl Aiutlsiou A (;o f,,U()n
tnrtiipr, Llttlo A Co V.ollO
hoinriH Htos , l.lMlll
Nnlhsn l.lttauer 1,001)
NVw Votli Mutual Iijib I, jtlit Oo 10.IMK1
Union Pro litintft'o 1,000
VV. K Montgomery 1,000
Wlu. Marx X Co 1,0011
IVIilrled in Denlli by the Mmntllg.
farrciAL to the wohld.
Biiauoxin, la., Nov. 14 -Martin McLaln was en
gaged In feeding cosl Into a counter screen In the
Luke 'llldeu Colliery. Budtlculy a thump was
heard en the platform upon which ho stood, followed
rapidly by others. Eereral planks were raised au
Inch. Tbmklnir that Urn machinery had broken,
ho dashed down the stei s leading la the
screen shaHluir, when his blow! turned
i old. Wrapped arnun.l the sUaftlna; was Irani:
elua. aged slxti -seven, who had left him a low
minutes I'revluus to sweep dirt into tho hopper. A
ret wrew hnit caught his coat, which was lnitantly
wraiqed around the revolving shall. Thti pinned
ftflnii sbody securely against tho Shalt, willed was
makinir 100 revolutions a minute. Betwoin lis
top ana the platorm there wes a space or three feet,
and every time VV etna went around he would ro clve
a terrible crushing. Ho died soou alter being taken
DrnKgcd la Denlli nt Her Horse's Heels,
si i rut. to the wor.Li).
St. Jounbdut, Vt fov. 14.-Mlst Ilertha A.
Oates, daughter ot Iho Itev, M. A. Gates, while rid
ing horseta.-k jesterday was thrown from her
horse, whli h had taken fricrht at something. Ao she
fell to tho KTOUnd her right foot beiame entangled
In thoitirriiu itrap, and she was drsgfred throuirh
thestieetsut the horse's hi ols until her body was al
most deuuded of dothlng. when the uliiulwas
Cnally caus'lit ll'owas exilnct. 'ihcyoun ladv's
lody was aliocl.lu.- bruised and mangled, 'iho
acildent wss witnessed by her patents, who we
uear.ycraiel by tlnlr lnatllity to save hor. Miss
fiaieswa twnfv-nuo j ears, oi age, and graduated
last hprtug at Vlellesley Uolleso.
Ilx.C'oliBre-.ninn Morsc'n I'lrat Defear.
srrciAi. to thi: woni.n. )
Boston, Masa., Nov, 14. Leoj old Morse, clothing
dialer nnd ex-Convrtrsmsn, has u.tt with bis flrut
I olitlcal defeat In his failure last night to get the Uel.i
ocratlo nomlualion for Ma)ur of llostou. He has
been tent toloiuress from three dlCerent districts
in thlshtate. and liHilcon.e tolie rstrardedas almost
luvluilble. Tboccntest for tho Mnjurally nmulna-
II n bus teeu short and shap. Ilia oppunsnt wds
Uvven A. llslvln, ox-lllstrlet-Attorney. iho vote
stood, (ialvlu, i4'J; Mono, ri3. Ihis puis a check
to tho ex-( onsrensiiiru s ss Irattons, tor it Is an open
secret tnat he bus lutended eventually to seek tho
lloverniiishlp, Nu-. uslvlu ts ajouug Illsh-Ainoil-can
aud very popular.
Cone with HI. I'slroM' I'nniU.
snriAL ro Titr. woblp.1
llLOOMlNOTON, 111 , Nor 14. William II, 1'nrinian,
who for many )esrs has conducted a largo rial-estti.
and bankinK business at l'ontiac, III., disappeared Hat
urdi) niaht. It has since boon discovered that he had
boon fur a lone lima s)steraatlcalljr etntiezzllng nionrr
furnished I r Hudson, Ilttrr A Co , money-lenders oi
this oil), whuruiiMiu hsatir capllalut. in .Ne York,
liostou aud other I astern cities, lludsou, llurr d 1 o,
ar.les.rs to t'j. eittui ol e'-'O.OOO. A. rursuian rejt
resentid other rtims In Illinois anil In the hast It Is I .
Herod thai 111. amount ol his defalcation will tall llttln
slvrl oi tlOO.POi) The aecMrutal dis,oti-r) thai a
luorlKSK purpor nie to hears t-emn, ate of recora tid
never been lecorded Ltouetlt at.oat the tlp'sure of
I ursliiau's clisikedness. Iitrsnisn is hity )ear olt aud
married. II. Is believed to bj on 1.1s wa) to Canada.
I'rolinbly n Triple .Unrder.
IsurEUINO, Mich,, Nov. 14. At MatchwooJ,somn
eighty miles wist of here, John McDonaU andlimi
can lie v er Ids-e, homesteadets. on Monday night had
had soma trouble over a hotnsitaad claim at Hover
Id re's cottage. Mrs. llevcrldge and a friend were
also In the loom. McDonald shot HeveilJire, wound
ing hliu luislly. He then shot Mrs. Iloeride in tho
hip, alter wbh h h emptied lb rvmaluliuf chamtieia
ol Us revolver In Mrs, lleveridge a Irieud, intllellng
a fair I wound. When the crime was dlscoeied
posse was funned and went In nursitit of Mclionald,
who waashortly captured. Ills captors were at mat
Eoingtolyuchhlni, but wiser counsel prevailed and
was bound aud hold until tho arrlv ! ol tho sheriff.
Ccnss In throe nvlnutso Dr. Scott's Klxcthio Plao
Trn, Tbeuaaadj toailiy, Irythem. Alldruisuta, .
VVAIT TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY."
Rejoicing at tbe Prospective Amendment
of the Street Music Ordinance.
Thero aro many happy hearts to-day, mado
glad by Tuts Evr.xixo WuiiLP'rt announcement
that the Board of Aldermon Is about to recon
sider tho n rolutiou forbidding street musicians
from carrying on their business In New York.
Tho Aldermen will probably bo nrgod to quick
action in the matter by representatives of the
Giusoppo Mollnarl, of 103 Lliraboth street,
has bcon asked by nnmerons organ-grinders to
call a meeting, that concerted action might be
taken In thoiroivu buhalf.
Mr. Molinari has secured Brooks'a As
sembly Booms, at 301 Broome stioet. for
next Monday evening, and it is expected that
the hsll will bo crowded. A petition to tho
Board will be drawn un and signed.
"Aldeiman Morris's amendment Is highly
Fraiseworthr,"saiilMr. Mollimri this morning.
f the gentlemen constituting tlio I'oanl had but
realied the gieat iir.ustico they wero doing 1 am
sure that they never would havo done what they
"Tho amendment permitting them to resume
their modest work between u a. ji. and H r. it.
is entirely consistent. The conditions with re
gard to keeping away from chut cues and public
schools and moving 200 feet away when re
quested to do so aio also satisfactory.
"l'he meeting next Monday is called In re
sponse to tho request of the poor lellons, who
came here and begged me to do something for
" Mstiv of them buy Tiir. EvENlNn World
and get their friends to read to them what they
are most interested in. and a good many of the
poor fellows havo said that if thev weie able to
write they would thank the paper tor what it
has done for them. "
Just then a Hne-lnoklpg young Italian entered
the shop. Ho was broad shouldered and had a
healthy appeal anco, bnthislult coatsleovo was
He gave his name as Alexander Felosso, and
he came to inquire what were his chances of re
He lost his arm In a coal mine three years ago,
ami since then has been able to do nothing but
grind an organ, at which he has managed to
make a living. ... ...
"Tiir. EiKsiNn Woiilp spoke yesterday of tho
possibility of separating lamilics, " continued
Mr. Molinari. , ,
"I happen to know of a caso whero tho hus
band has hecu repaiatcd from his wife and
children by tho action ot tho Board. It is a
very sad one. too, as it Involves a wile and threo
childieu who haie been left destitute.
" A Herman named Kohteli worked in a saw.
mill Diqinsito this place until three months ago.
He was sickly and was fast approaching a de
cline, when his physician told him that uuliss
he got outside employment ho would not llvu
"'He told me about it, and rm tho spur of tho
momiiit 1 said, 'Well give you an organ, aud
von can pay for it by instalment. ' II" has a
wife and three children living on the third floor
of I'M Clinton street.
" He took the organ and started out. He
walked all over town, and aucctciled m making
ciioiif.ii to ki ep body and soul together until he
wis diivcii awey.
" One day lasi week ho called and with tears
In his eves suld that he had got to go into the
country, lit was considerably affected because
he had to leave his family, aud said he was going
" His wife had heard nothing from him since,
and the lltt'e family ate in a pitiable condition.
Thev expected to receive some money t'oni li in,
hut have not heard a word, i bey air without
means, and there Is no telling what will become
".Many people think the hand-organist's life is
an as v one, hut I tell you when a man has to
lug sixty pounds weight aiouuil all day it is no
'"I he men are all very grateful to the Board
of Aldermen foi tinir appaieut disposition to
reciiusidi i the matter. "
'Ihe Aldorinanlc Committee having charirenf
the matter consist of Aldeimeii Norris, 1'it.
slninus, Htonns, Noonan and Walket. 'I hoy
meet on Tuesday, and tho poor organ-grinders
will piohahly lie given tho privilege they
Kept a llndj Thlrl. three Pnys.
siaciL T TIIKWOni.P I
Nr.w lllliroim, Xars,. Nov. 14. To got the prep.
ert left to utroon clillila Wrstpcrtwouian tarou
t sMnr her mothers will, claiming that s'lowas In
sane when the made it. The Wctt ort woman, Mis.
I.jdla Kegels, was lutoftwlth three silver sHons
while hor sliteen-Jesr-o d daushtor Alerdeen. a
natural child, was given tho entire eatate, worth
many thousands of dollars. Tho contestant is a fine
appearinir woman of thlrly-dx. Her testimony whs
si' en to trove her mother Insane, hhe said i
"Mother ke I lathers dead bod) lu thefiout hall
for thtity-three d after his deain and then the
authorities Interfered." Tho case la still on trial.
s-opi. Hopkins lllsrhnrgnl.
Alonro It. Hopkins, Superintendent of tho
Palina Club, of Jersey City, who was charged
with having robbed the Club's safe of 400, was
discharged by Judge. Stilsiug yesterday altera
live hour's examination.
ON A JOLLY LARK.
Four Medical StudentB Set Out to
Paint tbo Town Bed.
A roach with dark lamps came tearing down
the Bowiry at 1.40 o'clock this morning, drawn
by a team of horsos white with foam. Whon it
was polled up sharp in front of-a tailor-shop
just below Houston street clouds of steam roso
from the flanks and backs of tho panting beasts,
half hiding the rig from the view of the curious
eves that bad followed it on its mad rush down
Detective Tiibbs, of the Mnlberry afreet
police, who had been standing on the corner of
Houston street, asked tho driver why his lamps
were not lighted.
"This is our rig and n ono of your business,,'
rejoined the driver, insolently.
"And your horses ate all covered with foam.
What makes you drive so fast?" continued tho
detective, examining the horses.
" (let out o' lure. What kind of a steer aro
yon giving us, anyway 7" snapped tho man on
The ditectivo showed his shield and demanded
to know tho driver'! business at that hour.
Just then the door of the carriage was pushed
open and three men tumbled out. Like tho man
mi tho box. they were will dressed, and wore
heavy gold chains.
"Una is my rig," said ono of them. "I run
"Then," said the detective. "I want that
man," pointing to the driver, to comedown
and you take his place. Ho is drunk. "
Tho man on the box reached for his whip at
this, and Detective Tubbs spraug up on the
wheel. Ho was pushed off. but sprang up again
and sei7cd the driver, whom ho dragged to the
street despite his kicking and struggling.
lwnof the three men jumped back into the
coach, the third got on the box, ami the vehicle
went teaiing up tho street the way It bad come.
At the Mulberry street station tho prisoner
gave his name as James P. Donovan, and said
ho was a physician at 340 West Fourteenth
A charge of drunkenness, and disorderly con
duct was entered against him.
'J'l.n prisoner sent a message to his father, a
rt al itate dealer of means at 334 Last Twenti
eth strict, and an hour beforo daybreak he
came down and bailed out his son.
'ihe police mcaiiwuilo hud learned that the
party In the coach were medical students from
Jersev City over for a first-class spree. One of
them had 300 to help make the mare go.
They picked up Dr. Donovan, who was their
friend, at his office, and whooped it up together
in ureal etyli.
while tliey were all in a saloon uptown they
slippol out. leaving the driver Inside und re
solved to go It alone.
Siirasatc Dined by Ilia Countrymen.
The ripanlah citizens of Now York gave an informal
reception to their fellow-countryman, Pab o Sarasate,
the famous violinist, last evening at tho Victoria llotol.
Tho Revonly-tlrst Keglment Hand and tho Hpanish Stu
dents discoursed mtialc. and those who Lravod tho in
clement weather enjoyed a pleasant timo Among
those present wero the hpanish Consnl al New Yors,
l'on Miguel Susrez (lusnea. the Pult'lguess Consul,
itaron d'Aluiotitm th. Peruvian Consul. Jusn IJulo
ana, tho Mettean Vlfo-Consul, Ttsniun V Wllbalns,
Dim Jusn L. Inbss, Or Julio ,1 lleiint, Don Petro
(te halazar, Don Knruiuo Cat ere. Iter. P. 11. I'ollpo
Cordelia, leruiln 'loledo, Henry Abbey, Mareua Majvr,
Prtlro V d- h lores, Miguel Maitfnez, aud Mmea. Marz,
Malzar and Lopes,
Poor llurlnl far n Tetrrnn.
flTl IAI TO THX. WORl.n I
DrTROiT, Nov. 14. The (State of Michigan rays
440 for ILe Interment of eaih veteran who dies in
destitute t Ireuuistsiiiis. (Icorga Cullort recently
died In the county house. I'ndertaker Wake buried
11 ami trcsiuttd his bid for MU. A illiuute led to an
investigation and Culbeits body was exhumed It
was liurltdlu aruush pine box. The bodv was liter
al!) dialituteof ilothuis-. but was wrapi-ed with sev
eral pieces of cheese clulb and some carpet.
A Young Church Treasurer's Flight.
lal'M'lAl. TO TUK WOnLD.l
Omaha, Nor. 14 - II II. Miller, aged twenty-three,
Trrasuierof Trinity M. L', Church, hsa disappeared,
leaving dells amounting toabout 41,000. He la a son
of Kintly Huntington Miller the woll-known writer, an 1
a lieplie of I aul Miller, a inlllinuaito carriage dealer of
Cincinnati and one ot ths leaders in the Cnantauoua
movement His relatives llav. been iatornol ol aia
conduvt and have promised to make good all lo.a.
Wnlerbury Willi V. lor the Ills; Fair.
itrrriii. to thi aviNixo woslp.1
WateriujiiY. Conn., Nov. 14, The Board of
Tiadu has appointed its President, Frederick B.
llloe, to cooporato with tho New York World's
Fair Committciv and give assurance of the sub.
stautial support of aterbury's business men.
A Iteer Pool In Pittsburg.
ISrtCIAl TO TUK KVENINO WOULD.
PiTTSRUuo, Pa., Nov. 14, A beer pool similar
to that at rvt. Louis has been organized here to
defeat tho Journeymen's Union and regulate
the price of bivr. iho men are preparing to
2 O'CLOCK. I
THE M'GLYNN BAN. I
Hiss Theresa Kelly's Body Cannot Ba H
Buried in Calvary. H
Ordor8 from tho Church Authoritiet JH
for Its Removal. -fl
Dr. Burtaell'a Plea for tho Antl-PoT- 1-1
crtylto Disciple. Unavailing.
The Catholic Church authorities have dcolded 'sl
that Miss Theresa Kolly, tho friend and disciple lll
of Dr. McQlynn, cannot receive Christian -iH
Undertaker John Kelly, of 200 East Twenty- xH
fifth street, who had cbargo of the funeral, haa ?
beon ordered to rcmovo the remaina at once
from tho receiving vault at Calvary Cemetery, .1
whero thoy were temporarily deposited at the '' fsswaal
direction of Manager Preston. -
Miss Kelly's relatives make a hard fight to H
havo her allowed burial in Calvary Cemetery, -
whero sho owned a lot. il
Miss Kelly died at her home, 07 F.ast Twelfth H
street, Oct. 24, and her funeral was hold from J
tho Church of tho Epiphany, Becond avenno v
and Twenty-first street, whore a solemn high 11
mass of requiem was sung, at which Itev. Dr. Vavavfl
Uurtsell olnclatod. ;H
Dr. Burtscll gavo a written certificate that M
Miss Kelly was a good Catholic, notwlthstand- aH
lug sho was a member of the Anti-Poverty Bo- laH
clcty, and entllled to Christian burial, but losnaal
when Undertaker Kelly applied to tho trustees 'iH
of Calvary Comctery for a burial permit It was '''snaavi
refused and tho matter referred to Jlgr. Preston C'iH
for Investigation. saaal
In the mean timo ho allowed the body to bs fB
placed in tho receiving vault. ,saaal
An Evemimo World reporter, who called at Jsatal
Mgr. Preston's resideuce in East Twelfth street 1
this morning, was told that ho was at tho '-H
Chancery ollice in Mnlberry street. rB
At the Chancery office the reporter was told 'H
by a boy to wait a few minutes and tho Mon- H
signor would be in. 'tf-H
After waiting twenty minutes another elerk H
asked tho reportor's bnsinoss, and on learning isaaaal
hesitated a moment, then said: .. toaaaai
"You will not be able to see tho Monoignor 'azH
to-day. He will not be hero to-day." . iH
" Will he be at his residence T" AH
"I cannot tell ynu where yon will find him 'waaal
(nervously) he will not bo here at any rate. " lH
At the Calvary Cemetery ofllco tho reporter 'izl
was told that the order for the removal of Miss Jaaaav!
Kelly's body was issued by order of the Cemetery '-aaaaa
Committee, and Hupt. Brcnuan knew nothing 'vaaaai
ftirtlierobontit. . . laaaaai
Undertaker Kelly was on his way to the offico BH
of the Board of Health to obtain a permit for tho oaaafl
removal of Miss Kelly's body from Calvary. M
"I shall bury her. 'ho said, " this afternoon zH
or to-morrow in Wooillawn." -H
At Dr. Burtsell's residence in East Twenty- "aaaaa!
first street, the reporter was told that tho cier- maaal
gyniau was in Baltimore. 'aaaai
THE ASSOCIATION MAI ELECT VOLTZ. iH
Ilrooklyn nnd Clnclnnnll tn lie Considered .laaaavl
Tor Admission by tbe I.engue. vgiazai
The American Association, tn annual meeting. 'Java!
at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, was still withont a v :H
President for next year when tbo session began '1
this morning. :vaaal
Tho delegates got together again yestciday ,"H
after the break of the afternoon, but continued VvzH
with the aamo old tie vote for Phelps, of Louis ' al
vllle. and Krauthoff, of Kansas City. 'saaaal
This morning tho name of W. It. Voltz. staff iH
correspondent of the Philadelphia J'rmt, was '-"aaaaal
mentioned as that of a compromise candidate. 'tvaaaai
Tho League people had ou hand this morning; 'i-H
tho subject ot tbo percentages for visiting clubs, "
carried ovjr from last night's meeting. '"
It was thought probable that an allowance of ''ial
from 40 Jo 50 per c;nt, of the gato reoeipts 'CH
would be established for noxt season. t'1 aaaaa!
After disposing of this business the League H
will consider the quostlon of admitting Brook- .bH
lyn and Cinciii'iati, which will probably take i1)!
tun rest of the day. AH
President Dav said this morning that the mat- rsLafl
tcrmade no difTercnco to him, one way or tho TaH
other, and he didn't care nhethor the League 'H
had eight clubs or ten. , , ,. .,, faaaafl
'Iho Leaguo last night amended Its constltu- 'aaaaa!
tiou, by-laws, Ac, , 'H
Hei cat ter there will be nvo umpires for the H
League, Instead of four. ,'H
Bain chf cka muat be issned and given to spec- tH
tatoi s unless tlvo innings or more havo been ''SM
completed. . ,, , . ,. (Saaaal
Tho salo of players was abolished, and It was ilaaaaai
provided that a plaver must arrange for his own laaaaav!
transfer in case he can secure tho consent of his aaaaav!
club to lcav c its employ. ''aatal
Ureal Hold Fields In North Carolina. isaaaai
IsrrcuLTo Tna WOBLD.l '
CHARLOTTE. N. O. , Not, 14.-0rotexcltomont pre- taaaaal
vails iu gold-mining circles throughout West North (jH
Carolina on account of tbo heavy gold find Just toads by gH
Tebo Haundcra In Montgomery County. Raundera now jttaaaavl
has hun Jrodsnf hands al woik and Is getting gold by th ''aaaaao
peok. Ho goto so noioll gold that h. is nslng a largo -SB-fM
oslr of grocer's scales t j weigh it. lixperto who bar saaaal
ezamlned tho sold tleUla In ihla section aay there la as VaBaaavi
mjch gold In VV.stern North Carolina grounds as Call- Jfwaaaal
toruia ovor dreamed of. and on. man uoar hem la said to laaaaao
own gold lands worth (1,000.0(10. hyndlratoa ar ? aaaaa?
being organized with plenty of capital to open up those Jg-H
uiinos, and developments aro expeoteaat aa early date -SBSsea
that will .tattle tlio world. saaaav!
Tbe It am ' of HnrUe nnd Doyle, jOg-H
Isixcial to tus woaLP.1 'jeaaaavl
I'lTTsncno, Nor. 14 Michael lloylo and Tlwmoa laaaaav!
Jlurko, omployod at hhoenburgor'a mill, attended th &gal
funeral of a fellow workman Leaving the cesjotery ''saaaH
Uurko drew a flaak of whiskey from his inside poekat , H
and began to pass it around among the three otter oocv naaaaa!
pants of the carrlone. Uorle tried to disanodo the men 'izaaaal
from drinking. When be found hla worda met with rIBSSea
nothing but aeorn he grabbed the flaak ot llunor, i tn v'Saaaaal
atory goes, from its owner's hand and hurled It into Ip sesaaj
street, llurke dealt Iho offender a stinging bljw tn the 'SB-BM
mouth with his clinched rut. Than there waa a vary .laB
m xedbut lively time lloyle entered a salt against rJoaaaal
Uurks ytsierday, ilaaaH
(inng nf Thieves llrokrn Up. 'luaaaal
IsrrciAL to tuk would. Jjeaaaal
MONTicrno, 111., Nov. 14. Thou-.as Itusiell, tno mH
IcalerottheKangof IhieveswLohave bem breaking -bH
Into stores, railroad cars and dwellings In central j-H
Illinois, la In Jail at this place, bavlngbccn oneited .H
by Detective Ballard, of tho Wabash. There wero fffffl
about fifty In the gang, with headquarters at Cham- iaaaaaf
paien, 111., wheie thoy secreted lhelr stoen iro- ..iaaaal
vrtv, Harry Latham, who was first incited, con- akaaaaff
tossed ami told whore the goods w ere secreted, anil a !
hundreds of dollars' worth of them have betn rtcov- 'r'aaaH
Tho Alter Una Uencbed rsnulhanipton, IB
(at CARUC to tuk vrkss szxi asaociATIoK.) "faaaav!
BonTUAMrTos, Nov. 14. Iho steamship AUer -!H
arriv ed this morning and I roceeded ou her war ''Hj
to Bremen, .H
To llrgnlnto (lie Htvnchi Mvrr nsid -aaaav!
bowels, tako Cauiiu's Litiij Uis.ii Pills. 'Mo. , ayH