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' 2 THE WOULD: THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, 188D.
I O'CONNOR'S BABY.
M k Wronged Woman Brings a Policeman
!, to took In Special Sessions.
9j, She Proves tho Chargos. and Ho
mm' ' Must Support Hor Child.
jjE Evidence That Will Doubtlen Cause a
infi , Vacancy on the Force.
MK Policeman William O'Connor, of the East
(Bv Thirty-flfth treet iQnad, baa laid liltnielf open
k, to charges of tuch a serious nature that they
JEy will probably remit in his dismissal from tho
OT' He was a defendant in tho Court of Special
A Beaaloni, the complainant against him being
ifl Marianne Duffy, who chargod him with belli?
M& the father of her flvo-tnonths-old boy.
Nt'' Tho eridence against him. in apito of his de-
HK nlals. wae bo overwhelming that Justices
m KUbreth and Patterson ordored him to pay 3 a
3I1, week for the support of the baby, without even
w hearing all hie witnossos.
jK According to Mary Duffy' statement aho had
?- known O'Connor for moro than two ycara. Tlio
3E ' acquaintance began at the Orand Union Hotel.
ft where she. was a chambermaid and O'Connor
$m, was a porter.
iM He made Ioto to her, and under promuo of
am marriage bo wronged her. and when sho went
W' to live In the family of Mr. Bistable at 1 10 East
flP-' Twenty-fourth street ho continued to visit her.
Sfe, She la a comely Irish girl, twenty years old.
'Xfc and nays she Is poor and at present without
9f meant of support,
jm, Mrs. Eoehler. of Elghty-socnnd street and
IS Fourth arenne, was one of the witnesses in her
EK; behalf. She says that O'Connor camo to her
rB' house to make arraugomenta for Mary's rocep-
jB tlon, and that he brought her there in a car-
mB rlaen July 1. The baby was burn the same
kK Afterwards 0'C a-ior came and diked about the
? irl, but would not nee her. When he was asked
or the balance duo for her board bo said he
2K would pay It, but still owed her CIO. Bho iden-
M tilled him fully. , . . . ,
h When O'Connor was pnt on the stand he as-
Sfi anmed an air of bravado, and denied that ho
had ever been intimate with the complainant,
ar and raid ho had only taken her to Ml s. Koohlcr s
4H; . out of kindness, becauso hn had known her
W. when he was a porter at tho Orand Union.
Hk ile also aid he had novcr soen Mrs. Koehler
AM before, and that the $10 he had paid was Mary's
ik-v money and he bad given it tn a girl at the door.
IK. He had a witness named Tom Mcdoldrick
SL who swore that he had boeu intimate with
yg. fary. but sho denied that alio had ever scon
K The Justices deeided that the evidence against
IK O'Connor was conolusivo, and that he must sup.
m port the child.
3V Although O'Connor has only been on the forco
V - 'eight or nine months, several charges havo been
Ik V made against hiin.
K DEYLE MAY NOT HANG.
tSBh Insanity Ptonded for the murderer of
iK Jeweller Gcssweln.
pRi The case ot Christian DevhVe. the aged in-
IjF ventor who is acouaed of murder in having shot
tBf Jeweller Oenswein In his oftlce. 30 John street.
m&. on Sept. 13, was called before llecordcr Smyth
flM? in Part I., General Sessions, this morning.
Lawyer Gross, who la defending tho old man.
jS5p, raised a question as to his client's canity, and his
PC- request for the appointment of a commission to
7M, examine into Divhle's mental condition was
tSL granted. Dra. Fitch and Field will make the
W, -examination and report to the Court im-
t&j, " . DIGGING FOR HIDDEN TEEABDRE.
ft. The Millions of One of the Lost Incus to. Be
0j Drought to Light.
jUKi Mail advices from South America say that the
jSB hidden treasures of Catalina Huanca, one of tho
MY lost mombera of the Iuca family, of Peru, valued
flffl at many millions and fruitlessly sought for
SJEy many years, are to be brought tn light.
!, Papers have been found near Carmen Alto de-
LHR scribing the hiding-place of the treasure, and
K men are at work excavating at the place Indl-
refiT rated, which is marked by two atones inscribed
IK "c. u."
jW DROWNED IN HELL GATE,
WBj John O'Connor Held Tor Complicity In Peter
4K Hclinclter'a Drntb.
tK Poter Schnelter, of 811 Third arcmio. and
ftHh john O'Connor, 111 East Fifty-first street,
W '" wentfishine to-day in the neighborhood of Hell
IX '' Qato.
'IK'' The boat was upset and Schnelter was
SSm ' drowned.
jjfflS The police got the boat, recurd O'Connor and
iccE arrestod him on a charge of complicity in
'& Bchnelter's death.
lKff Hirurk llntvn with a Mottle.
MEb. A general alarm was acnt out by the Trcmont
wM police this morning for tho captuie of Robert
sflif Jackson, of Ono Hundred and Eighty-first street
s43$E. nl Webster avenue, who, during a fight last
frkSfr night, struck John ullian on tho head witli a
I'iSMV bottle, and it is feared that his skull is frac-
f-P'L tured. Ho was taken to tho Harlem Hospital.
j-fy Mr. llnmsry An-nrdrd 92,600.
wR ' 'r '6W hours' deliberation tho Jury in the
lla tmi of Davi1 " I'amxoy against (Icorge I.
mSm Ityerson, for t.in.OUO damages for aliehation
I'HB' ' ul "if'''" affections, in tho "United Ktates
i THe Court in llrooklvn, rpmlorcd a ordict of
tA - (V.AOO in favor of the plaintiff. The case will
nft- be appealed.
SS Gablsi to hpnr Elllnser Ta-Nlclit.
HW Bill Gai, tho heavy-weight pugilist, will
KStJ; apar four rounds at tho Knickerbocker Garden,
flit, Hoboken. to-night with Ellingcr. tho newly
ffltC discovered colored lighter, llalug did not know
rttri, ' the meeting nntll a few days ugo, when ho at
U4JC5 ouoe began to get in trim.
Kgd-v npt. Ilopklna Disrhnroril.
BflH Alonzo II. Hopkins, Kupcrliitrndcnt of tho
m falma Club, of Jersey City, who was charged
aT0 yith having robbed tho Club's safe of f-100, was
mp" discharged by Jndso Htllsiiig jettcrday aftci a
K' ne hour s examination.
RlK Mnn Overboard mid Ilroivnrd.
Ia Charles Anderson, a deck hand on the steamer
ilJB Waterbury. fell into the river at pier 35 East
iX, Blver to-day and was diowncd.
Kk; Sarasate Olned by Ills Countrymen.
WL Ttt 8',nl,1, eltlisns ol New York i .to d tuformtl
mWX rKtptloo to their llow.countrrnisn. Psblo Srit.,
WSa " 'anions violinist, list enlng it tho Ylttorls Hotel.
ggsy Savent j-flrst Kfglmsnt Bnd and tho Sptnlih Btu.
Mc dsatsdltconrwd rauilo, and thuis who tinted the in.
M elsmsat wssther onlojod n t,le.nt time. Among
rH' r0!!'..0,'1 !arsaOQsnss the Portugueee Consul!
hat r.ff? ?iAlm.,lr!'n Vj? Plan .Consul, Jain Quia'
UM&. tinat tbe Mejlcin Vlce-Opmul, lUraon V. Willistnai
liT Don Jnan L. Inbia. Dr. Julio J Henni. Don Pedro
OBI r. 5 f"l' Do, Knnqua Caoerte, lle. P. I). Felipe
IB Md1i. tsrtaln Toledo, lUnrj Abboj, Mareui tluir.
HP P edro V. d. Horn, VIIjq.i MaAlnez, ind Minei. aUri
SffEn oalsar sad Lonea. '
SiaT 0t PmT,icimr Interest lo Persons of Mm.
HnL tied Menna.
BmR To dress well Is the ambition of everybody
KW?, who has any regard for his or her personal ap.
HHgsf pearance and the good opinion of others. How
JjJJ ' to gratify this ambition without iiifnlvitig a
HUB? ' larger crhIi outlay than ran bo afforded, is a
lKf? iniestlon that daily confronts hundred, if not
lafHaH Jbonsands, of perrons. A solution ot this qnrs.
MwBr tion will be tptind by visiting the establishment
naTiHBt- ot Larey Hides, credit oututters. corner lluw.
-MH err and Orand street, who ell everything In
rKW. dres requirements for men and women, boys and
aaaaVi 8lr'.' ,n easy tlmo payments, ami at cash prices.
H tUalplnsh garments ami overcoats are among
B the prominent features of their immense htock,
K" which also includes general dry goods. The
H marvellous growth of this house slnco its estab-
fB nant, fpur years ago, is evidence of the popn-
aaK i1?.'' of.'u ay.tem and the satisfaction given
V toitapatrona. V
WHO WROTE TO HIM
Earonet Foster Seeks the Writer of a
Kind Letter of Ad.lce.
Interesting Romanco In tho Llfo of
An Unknown Ilenefnctrraa Aided Illm
in Sickness nnd "Wrote Illm n Dcnti-
WILL the Chrlitlan ludr whoihont a jeir tin wrote
a Terr beinttful letter of adfloe to Col John J.
Fouler, careof the Morton Jlouie, where he wa. ad
iinee buimoii tmnaser ot Mr llonrr E. Dltef as
Adonis." pteeie communicate her addreM n Col. Hlr
John J Mortimer Voter, Hart., Ail.it c Mnil'r of
Mme. Janauichek, oire Urand Opera-Jlouae, .lis York
An EvpsiHO Wonu reporter found the ad
vertiser at tho Orand Opcra-Houie. Col. John
J. Foster is also " Hlr John J. Mortimer Foster,
Dart.," and Is the advance, manager of Mino
Janauschek, tho famous actrem.
When asked for an explanation ofthoader
tlscmcut Col. Foster said:
"About a year ago. whilo walking along
Ilroadway, I fell In an cpilcptio lit right In
front of Grace Church.
" As I afterwards learned, a crowd gathcrcdt
a humano policeman came lo my side, and a
richly-drcsFed, noble-looking woman sprang
from a carriago and caused mo to be tcinorcd to
tho Morton House, where 1 was stopping at the
time. I was then adtance man for Henry Dlxey.
"After leaving necessary directions for my
care, tho mysterious woman departed without
leaving her name: but shortly after my reenv.
cry I recciveil from her a four-pagn letter,
conciied In the most beautiful language Imagin
able, giving mo some wholesome advice on tho
subject of temperate habits.
"That letter touched me to the quick and I
have since acted on tho kindly admonition It
contained. There wad no signature to tho
"Being about to goto England, my native
land, and bid good-by tn America forever. I
could not roniat the nressnro on my mind to ad
vertise for tho namo of my benefactress."
" lint you have not told how you came by the
title of nobility which you lay claim to, "said
" I do not borrow tho title. I am a lineal de
scendant of Sir linger Mortimer and of Hlr
Michael Foster, ot England.
" 1 have never before nsod tho title In this
country, but on my visits to England I havo
done so, using the family crest and coat-of-arma
on mv cards the same aa any other noble
man in England.
"lam stxty-onn years old now," rnntinnod
Col. Foster, "and I had never been sick a dsy
In my life until my epileptic attack, end I haw
not been ill since that etentful day, a year agr,
" 1 came to America when nineteen years old,
and after a brief career as an nniateur Journal-lt-iii
this city I drifted to the Vcst. landing In
Chicago, where I fell in with tho lato Sam J.
Modlll, then of tho l'rfim nnd Trltxmr, in which
ox-Opv. Dross, Dr. Hay. Joseph Medlll and other
well-known Journalists weie Intel cited.
"When the war began I Joined the Chicago
Dragoons, a ravalry company, which after
wards acted as body guard tn Qeu. McClellan in
his nestorn Virginia campaign.
Ilefjro tho close of tho war I was promoted
oolonel nf the Olio Hundred and Fourteenth Illi
nois olu hirers by Oov. Dick Yates, serving lit
(Irant's and Hherman's campaign" uiitll tho close
of tho rohcllioii.
"At Winchester I was captured by Stonewall
Jackson 'a men and kept nrisoner'.for some tlmo. "
Col. Foster Is a flno-noking, soldierly man.
who would readily pass for a man of forty years.
JUMPS BTOMACH TO RE ANALYZED.
Ho Wu tint Mnn Who filed After Drlnklnsj
lannc Counter's Cider.
UriCIlL TO TUX XYINISO WOrlUl.l
SAnAToxiA, Nov. 14. Tho stomach of Ernest
Jump, the farmer, who died at Jonrsvlllc, yes
terday, of strychnine poisoning after drinking
A glass of elder handed to him by Isaao Counter,
has been sent to Prof. For kins, at Union College,
Counter l In tho jail at TUllston Hpa.
Counter hail accunod Jump, who had been
working for him, of causing trotiblo between
him and his wife.
WILL BULLIYAN MEET JACKSON ?
The Callfornln Athletlo Club Asks the THg
Iirxcui. to Tne svenino world, 1
Boston. Nov. 14. -Tho California Athlotio
Club has tolegraphed to John I,. Sullivan asking
what money ho wants to meet Jackson at the
New Orleans' Fnvora Chlrrtao,
IsrerULTo thr xvicriirin woni.n.
New Oiilkanh, Nov. 14. Tho Chamber of
Cominerco has adnptod resolutions favoting
Chicago for the World's Fair of 1 Him. Tele,
grams urging tho Chamber to support New York
were receded from ox-Prcsidoiit Cleveland,
(Jov, Hill, t'hauncey M. Depow and others, and
tho contest oer tho two cities was a warm one.
ICuihnilr.l 8100,000 and Nklppeit.
HrrriAL to tiir rvxmrm wori.ii i
Dloomisiitox, 111., Nov, 14. William Furs,
man, a banker and prominent citizen nf Pontlae,
has lujstuiiously dlsappearvil. A nattial Imos
tigatlon nf ills aflalrs points to the conclusion
that ho is an iitnbozrlcr in tho sum of tint), noo,
I'liriman I aboul fifty years old and halls from
llullalo, N. Y.
A llrer I'oot In Plltiburg. "'
tsririAL to Tiir. rvr!(in"o woian.1
Pittrbi'Iui, Pa., Nov. 14, A beer pool similar
to that at Bt. I.ouis has been organirod here to
defeat tho Journeymen's Union and icgulate
tho prico of beet, 'lho men aro prcpamig to
. p. --
Watrrbnry Willi V for the Ilia Fair.
IfrrctAt, to thr rvkmino world. 1
WATEnnmiT. Conn., Nov. 14. Tho Hoard of
Trade has appointed its President, Frederick I),
Itice, to cooperate with tho New York World's
ialr Committee and ghr sssuinnce of the sub
stantial suppoi t of Watcrburv's buiucH moil.
Chlcngo'll lle Colder Yet In '112.
isrrriAt. to thj. jcvknino wont.n I
CitiCAoo, Nov. 14, Tlio ilrst snowitorm of
tho seaiou is taging here.
Iluralurs In n Con onirr.
Patrick Bllgh, of 720 East Tnclfth street,
was held for trial In Essex Market Court to-day,
having been caught by a no Iceman trying to
break open the sale in Iieniy llicnntch's cnal
olllcc, at III 7 Stanton street, last night. Dligh
bad a companion ho ocaped.
Uonri with Ills I'ntrons' Funds.
(irrcuL to tiir world, 1
Dloomihotox, III , Nor 14. -William II. Funmsn,
who for many rin has conducted a larse rtal-eitate
and hanklnc builneei at ronllac. III,, dlMpptared 8t
urdiynlsht It bai ilnco been dlicororodthit hehid
been for a lout time eriltmatlcally embeitllns montr
furnlthed I r Hudson. Burr A Co , moner-lendori ot
thliollr, whorepreieot hear ceplta'.l.li in New York,
lioiton and other l-aiiern oitlei lludion, llurr A Lo,
areloeen to l.lelltint ol I'.'O.OOO. Al ruriinau ret
relented other nrmi In llllnon etui In the fait It ll ho
llered that the aino ml of hli dedication will fall Utile
hort ol f 100.000. The accldintal ducorerr that a
tnortfise purpor.mc to hear a ceitihcam of rioord had
nerer been recorded Llousht about the eipomre of
yurimeu'ecrookedueai rurimin li liny jreare old and
married. He la believed lo boon hli way to Canada.
Ilr-ConKresamnn .1lorr'i I'lrst Drfrni.
(si'Ei'iAL tii tiir wont.n
Bosrox, Mn Nov. 14.-Looo;d Mono, clotliinif
dealer and rx-ConyTfiBmsii, l.sa n.t-t ltli his first
I olitlcal defeat In his failure last nUiit to s-et the Dem
ocratic nomination for Ma) or of Boston. He has
been sent loC'ouvrrss from three different districts
in this Mlato. and had cur totxi reirarded as almnit
invlui'lble. TUeccntrtl for the Msyorslty umiilna
tlon Uaa been short sml sharp. Ilia opponent was
H"'J? A-,a11"nieV.ul"rlLt-AUorn'"' be vote
stood. (JalvlD. 14'ij Morse. 83. 1 his pots s check
to the ex-Lonsreiainsn's airlratloni. for it is an open
secret thst us has Intended eventually to seek the
Uovernursblp. Mr. Uslvtn Is aiuunk- iilih-Awerl.
can and very porular.
Forty of Tbem DIscoTered In the Dock
A Very Looso System of Wharfago
Dockmaitor rJoRnrt Rescinds tho
Order for Kxiinilnntlou of Ills
The revelation of Sccretsry Oonvcrncnr Kem
ble in the Dock Departmont Investigation, of
tho lontciioss In the methods of tho Dcpaitmcnt
regarding leases, togcthor with Ills statement
that certain leisccs of docks were not oxocctcd
to conform to tho conditions of their agreement
with tho city, has lod to a pretty thorough ex
amination of tho leases and tho bonds accom
panying them by tho Commissioner of Ac
counts. Tho result of such examination ia startling.
A large number i f tho leases wero found to bo
Improperly executed. Home aro signed by tho
Dock Commissioners, although they do not bear
tho signatures of tlio lessees.
Homo of tho bonds acenmpanving the leases
aro good and properly executed, while others
are sigucd only by tho principal and not by tho
"In fact." aatd Commissioner Barker, who
detailed the result of this examination, "tho
Dock Dopaitroent oMlcials teem to have been
very erratic in the mittter of the execution ot
There were forty of these irregularly executed
leases dirclosed in tho exumluatfi.n made by tho
Conimissionira ami Corporation Counsel Clark.
When tho proceedings were opened this morn
ing. Corporation Cinui.cl Clalk prndticod a tele
gram f I oin tho ofllccr who had been sent tn
Port Jervla with a written order from Dock
master 1). W. Ilogart for transcripts of his so
counts in savings banks thoio announcing that
Ilogart had telegraphed tho banks rescinding
In explanation Mr. Dogart, who was present,
said that bis counsel had advised him that he
had no right to glvo an order for the examina
tion nf his wifo'a hank account. He iiad tele
Hecretary Kemble. of tho Dock Department,
was placed on tho stand, and alter a great deal
of hard thinking managed tn giro the names of
thtsctcrnl dnckinastcrs nf the Department, anil
aubpiDiias were isnod to secure the attendance
of a number of them for examination by tho
Tho whlti-haired Secretary was questioned
veiysharily concerning snmu of his acts, and
admitted that ho had suppressed a communica
tion from tho Comptroller calling attention to
irregularities in hills of tho Dock Department.
This, he said, ho had suppressed becauso di
rected to do so by Prejddont Post.
Commissioner Cram had discovered tho sup
pression by accident, and had warned tho wit
ness against doing anything of tho kind again.
Mr. Kemble tcstllied 'that the dockmasters
rcpoit to the Tieanurer'it clerk, who is John 11.
Matthews, son nf Commissioner Matthews.
While this clork is nominally under tho con
trol nf tho Hecretary, Mr, Kcmhlo Mated that
he had nothing to do with Mr. Matthews's
No record of complaints against dnckmastcrs
is kept by tlio Depattniont: but, whilo tho com
plaints nrn attended to, the witness dcclaied
that no records mo kopt or tho proceedings In
the hearing of such complaint.
Probably n Triple Alnrder.
IanrEMIHO, Mich., Nov. 14. At Matchwood, some
eighty utiles west of here, John McDonald snd Dun
can Bevetidire, homesteaders, on Monday night had
bad some trouble ove a homestead rlaltn at Bever
IdKo's cottsirs. Mrs. Uererldrn and a friend were
slso In the room. McDonald shot Uevcrldce, wound
ing him Utally. He then shot Mrs. Uatendire in the
bin, after which he emptied the retnslnluir chambers
of his revolver In Mrs. Iteverldire's Ineml. Hirudin
a fatal wound. When the crime wss discovered a
posse wss funned and went In tiuraint of McDonald,
who was shortly raptured. Ills captors were at first
Eolnir to lyneb hltn, but wiser counsel prevailed and
e was bound and held until the arrival ot the Sheriff.
The Hum t'nao of llurko nnd Jloyle.
IsrrrtAt. to the wqni.n. 1
FiTTsnunn, Nor. 14 Michael Boris and Thomas
nurke, employed at Mioi'tiburger'a mill, attended the
funeral of a fellow workman. Leaving the cemetery
Burke tlrnw a tlaok of whlikey from his tnitde pocket
and beaon to pais it around ainonr the three other occu
mnteof thecarrliae, Bnrle tried to dlsiuade the men
from drinking. When he found hli words met with
nothlns but acorn hn grabbed the tlaok nl liauor, so the
story goe, from it' owner's hand and hurled It into tho
streot. Burke dealt the offender a stinging blow In the
mouth with hi clinched rl-t. Then there wai a verr
rantMl but lively time. Ilyylo entered a suit agalnot
Gang oT Thieves II roll m Up.
IsrrctAt. TO TIIR WIIKLll. 1
Monticvllo, 111., Nov. 14. Thoinej Itussell, tbe
leader of (ha irsna; of Hum es who have been breaking
Into stores, rsllrosd cars and dwellings In central
Illinois, Is In Jail at this place, hsvlng ttcen arreated
by Detective Ballard, of the Wabash, 'there were
about fifty In the gantr. with liesdmtarters at Cham
paign, 1H, when they secreted ihelr stolen prop
erty. Hsrry Latham, who was first sriested, run
f essed and told where the goods were secreted, snd
hundreds of dollais' worth of them have boeu recovered.
Kept n Hoily Thirty. Hirer linye.
M'r.OIAL TO TIIR WOIII.D.
New nrnronn, Mass., Nov. 14.-Togot tho prop
erty left to her own child a Westport woman Is con
test In r her mother's will, claiming that shevtas tn
sine when she made it. The Westport woman, Mrs.
I.vdU Hokcis, whs cut off with three silver spooiisT
while hor euteen.) ear-old daughter Alierdeen a
natural child, was civeti the eutlro estate, north
niiny thousands nf dollars. '1 hn conlestsiit is a l.ne
snpearlmr woman of thlrty-itx. Her testimony wns
given to prove her molher Insane. Hhe sold:
".Mother kept father's dead body in thefront hall
for thirty. three days utter his death slid then the
authorities Interfered. ' The rate Is still on trial.
I'nor llnrlnl tor rt Vrtcrnn.
lift ClAI. TO TIIR WOm II.
DRTnniT, Nor. 14. Tbe Htate of Michigan pays
40 for tho Interment of caeli volcrauwho dies in
destitute circumstances, (teorgo Culliert recently
died In the ruunti house. Vmleitsker Blake burled
It snd presented his 1)111 fer940. A olinute led to ait
Investigation and I'ulbert s 1khi' wai eihutmd. It
was burled in a nuigli plno box. The IhhIv v. as liter
ally destitute of clothing, but was wrapped with sev
eral piet.es of cheese cloth and some carpet.
ItV'n IUq ,-,
American Cotlon Oil it Jp.'N :1U
Alchlon,TnpokaA hailta Is ;iJi ;H( tllU
Atb . Imieks A Mitts I'erljht 4 K
Canadian Piritte ! T!H T'.'l
Cbei.aelke A llhlo .... .'.",? U'.ill '..'. 1
( bo.apetie A 01iiot.'d pfd. 4;1H 4..I1 !i
( ht ago (las Trust .".! .i.t, .'.'
C'niK.. Hur. A Uutuur ln."ii tnil'i tii.iU
Chicago A Nortnwe.l U'Jd, H-'Va ll'J5
Chiiogo . "vnrtliwrii pid II'.' 14'J 14
Chic. Mil A SI. Paul...., iiH( Hir (ihl-
Chic, Mil. 81 I'iiii i it ll'-M ll.'l'v ll'.'i
Cnlc . Itock li an l A I'ailllc l pH ,-,l
Chicago A havlern lllin ,t . . 4 )u4 41 40U
Ctlicaso A ta-torn HlinoUpfd 11, ll.'i 11,
Col A ItoUIng allcj '.'HW VVU .
C.ouiol dated tlao Il'.'le 1MU livU
Delaware. Lack. A Metern 14' U 14lv Hn(!
lenrer, Irn.A Port Worth ;,I :i.li ;i:i
III. A Cattle I Htd Iru.t 4u 4ti 40
K. Tenn , Va A Hi ltHf 1(IU 1(J
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Wast, Union as). tiih b.S tiiH
Rejoicing at the Prospectl.o Amendment
of the Street Music Ordinance.
Organ-Grinders to Hold a MaBB
Meoting Monday Evening.
Instancoa of Distress Causod by
tho Enforcod Soparation
There aro many happy hearts to-day, mado
glad hy The Kvekinu Wohld'h announcement
that tlio Hoard of Aldermon laahout to recon
sider the resolution foibidding street musicians
from carrying on their hualnoss In Now York.
Tho Aldermen will probably be urged to quick
action in tho matter by representatives of the
Oitucppo Mollnarl, of llin Elizabeth stiect,
has been asked by numerous orgau-grindera to
call a meeting, that concerted action might be
taken in their own behalf.
Mr. Mollnarl hai secured Brooks's As
sembly llooms, at ,'101 llronnio street, for
next Mouiluy oveuing, and it is expectod that
the hall will bo ciowdod. A petition to tho
Board will bo drawn tin anil signed.
"Alderman Morris's amendment is highly
Fraiscwoitliv,' said Mr. Mollnarl this morning,
f the gentlemen constituting too lSnard had but
realised the great injustice thoy vtcro doing I am
mire that they never would have done what they
"Tho amendment permitting them to rernmo
their modest work between 11 a. m. and H r. m.
is entirely consistent. The conditions with re
gard to keeping away from chinches and public
schools and moving '-.'"0 feet away when re
quested tn do so aie also satisfactory.
"The meeting next Monday is called In re
spousp to the request of the poor lellnws, who
came hero and begged mo to do something for
" Manv of them buy Tim Evenino WnnLU
and get thoir friondi to read to them what they
aieninxt interested in, and a good many of tho
poor fellows havo said that if thoy were ahlo to
writo they would thank tlio paper for what it
has donn for them.''
dust then a lluc-lnoking young Italian entered
the shop. IIo was bioad shonldored and had a
healthv appearance, but his left coatsleevo was
Ho gave his namo aa Alexander Feloiso, and
he came to Inquire what weie hia chances of re
Ho lost his arm in a coal mine threo years ago,
and since then has been able to do nothing but
grind an organ, at which he has managed to
make a living,
"Tup. Kvenimo World spoko yosterday of tho
Sosslhility of separating families," continued
"I happen to know of a caso whero tho hus
band lias been separated from his wifo and
children hy tho action of the Hoard. It is a
very sail one, too, as it involves a wifo and three
children who have been lult destitute.
"A (lei man named Hohroii worked in a saw
mill opposite tins place until three months ago.
Ho was sickly ami was fat approaching a de
cline, when his physician told him that unless
ho got outside employment ho would not live
He told mo about it, and on the spur of tho
moment 1 said, 'Well give you nuoigait, and
yon can pay for it by instalment.' He has a
wife and threo children living on tho third floor
of 1-1 Clinton street.
" Ho took th 11 organ and started nut. Ho
walked all over town, nnd succeeded in making
eunuch to keep body and soul together until ho
wis ill hen away.
" duo day last week ha called and with tears
In his ovch raid that he had got to go into tho
ennutry. lie was considerably afTectod becauso
he hail tnleav obis family, and said ho was going
' Ills wifn had heard nothing from him since,
and tho little, family arc in a pitiable condition.
They expected to receive somo monoy from him,
but havo tint hoard a word, 'J hoy aro without
means, and theio is 110 telling what will become
"Many people think the hand-organist's life is
aneasvonc, but I tell you when a man has to
lug sitty pouuda weight around all day it is no
"Tbe men are all vory grateful to tho Hoard
of Aldeimen for their apparent disposition to
reconsider tho matter. "
The AldermanicCommlttco having charco of
tho matter consist of Aldeimen Norris, Kitr
simnns, Htorms. Noon an and Walkct. Thoy
meet on Tuesday, and the poor organ-grinders
will piubably no given the privilege they
A cnminlttoo of exiled musicians, accompanied
byAldeiman (loot, waited 011 tho Mayor this
forenoon to urge tho repeal nf tho present pro
hibitniy oidliiaucc or the passage of Alderman
Mnuls's amendment allowing itiucinnt mil
siciuus to play between thu hours of li A. M. and
H p. M.
'lho Committco coiisntoil of Tnhn Ilc'uig,
Henry 1-andser, .lacob ll.i 'o", Nlchn.as Killer,
John Walker and Daniel Ilnutl.
Kneh claimed to be tin lathir of i taige
family, ami complained thnt h s ny n caim of
livelihood liinl been cut ml Ir I In 01 .llli.uicv.
Thev wero ehceicd with the suggestion that
prohahlv tbo Aldermen would right thoir w rongs
at next Ttioiday's meeting.
RAN FOR HIS LIFE.
Daniel Lane's Desperate Effort to Murder
ills Aged Father.
Daniel I.anc, who Is iust two weeks down
from the island, win re ho reived six months for
threatening to kill his aged father, was a pris
oner in tho Jcflcriou Market Toltco Court to
day. This time, in addition to threatening to 1:111
hli fatlivi, he utUmptcd to sit lire to the house,
dllt; West Thirty-tilth i-treit by throwing kcio
scnooil on thu floor and lighting it.
Oallo 1 e till tied to tlin house at H o'clock this morn
ing, this timo aimed with a big carving knife,
and thieatciicd to cut his father to pieces.
Tlio old man lied the plnco nitcipitately and
ran down Ninth avenue listless, with tho en-
raged nnd Inhuman sou clnso behind with the
luiirdet ins weapon in his Imtid.
An incited ciowd followed in tho wako of
both, expecting ivcry moment to see tlio old
mnn cut dunu as he lan.
l'olicumuu Thomas (I, Kennedy saw the crowd
and Joined in the chase.
'J he policeman tan behind I.auo and tripped
him up, and the woiild-ho uinrdeicr went hcad
toreiunst to the sidewalk.
He itill maintained his grasp nf tho carving
ktiit,; and It was only after a eevcto struggle
that lie was disaimed and captured,
W lien an aigiied in coin t he looked as sullen
and deteimincd as evor, and when reproved by
Ju-tlco Onrmiiu for ins unnatural conduct,
muttered, " 1 don't care if I hang for him,"
About a ear ago l.aue was sent up for
burglary, upon being released he called upon
his father and demanded that a regular allow
ance be tlxed for his maintenance.
This requet was refused, and he fell npon his
father and threatened tn murder him. It was
lor this that Judge Duffy sentenced him to tho
island for ix months.
Justice Gorman, having heard this recital,
sent Lane back tn the island lor one ear.
Even then he was led away voniug veugeance
on his father.
The Aller Una Ilencbrd flortlmmp on.
nV CARLE TO THI mill SIEWI ASSOCUTIO!t,
Bocthamptox, Nov. H. The steamship Aller
arrived this morning and proceeded on her way
Eyes Ears Nose
Ar all nior or 'lailTtctrdbjr catarrh, Tbtetre4tvv
poiu InflanHd, rM and walrj, Hh dull, heavy pain
btwea thrmt thr arroarinc, buxtlng uouva In the
far, and aoDiellmea th bearing U affected, thura li
com taut dUgrabU dltbharge from th ncwa. bad
breath, and lu many oaaea Ims of the mom ef email. All
IhoM dUagrvab: eymptome dUappear whan the diaaaea
U cured by Ilood'aHareapartHa. wtilch aiptU from tht
blood tha Impurity from which catarrh arUaa. tone and
roatoraa tha dUaaaed vrgaoe to haailh. nd bullda up the
A Wonderful Rescuer.
The atory of a wreck ti alwaya aad. but how few are the
dUaatera at ana compared with the rait number of
rcck of liiimnn limit h and life by dUfaae.
How many thouaanda of bright and happy Urea have
tliua pf risliod, irrrckfi In hpr. vrrrlM In lii'titlli.
wrrrliN III llfr. Ifmr many hom hare become tf' tatt
bfth ton rif 'their tteatflt mmht by tome jatat i!leae.
How much unnnceaaary auttpnng and hovr mtiny prema
ture dfatht are thua due to tiiftectto inattthiion toth
You Iwcome ieeatt, tired, ttertnu, exhauteH and run
ttnttn In loth nertov and phytiml (rennh, mrbtonit
brcomra fiturr.yriur aittetttfJ'aibt)oi lf9itttttg'Hinn,
hHitimnuB, eotiattjtation or Lilnry trnubl. Do itu
not kiioutliat 3011 lm- run upon Ihr rorlin ol'
illnrnrtr and art. like the wrecked M.ip, eurely and
tttrttWv linking f You becomowcakrr and weaker, and
complete proatratlou. paralyuin, inaanitr or death will
follow unlexayo J eave yourcclf tn tfmn. Todoeouao
thai wonderful Wtat restotatlTe, lr diHiie'ii Neirura.
the Rrnateat brnln. iirr r and blond rrNtor r ever
(llxrovrrrri. Ha cle&naiug. purifyiufi and a! thi aaino
tlmo atrengthening and InviKoratlng effect am moat
marrelloua. You have only to uae It falthfulli In order
to regain perfect heatlh and rigor.
A Sure llmtorrr
It gWea mo tbe grcatea' pleasure to wrlto In regard to
that rrally nvnmlcrt'iil .iiertlr.itc, Dr. Greened
Nerrura. Two) oars ago I hid a atrokeof paralyals and
wia attended by aome eminent phyalchnttof ttm city
without much benefit. The mfffnaf I endured wa
nlmont unbeatable. My apfftu'h ria partly Impaired, iny
mouth was drawn to one eldoand thn neuralgio paln
that ran up at tho aide and back of my head were mad
dening. Dr. (1 recne'a IVervura waa reooni mended to mo
byafrfend I took a bottle of It, and betme Ihn luted
thtbottte I frit a mnrkrd linprorrnirnt. and now,
after taking twetre bottlea, 1 leel myaetf again. It will
arlfemn great pleaaure to recommend all troubled with
nerTO'jacomptalntaor any alrailar atlllction to mine to
uae Dr. Greene' Nerrura. 1'AUUNK IlOE,
800 7th ave,. New York City.
Dr. Greene, the specialist in tho cure of nervous and
chroniorilaeaaea, of 35 'Wcat 14th at., New York, can
be conaulted tree of charge, peronilty nr by letter.
ON A JOLLY LARK.
Four Medical Students Set Out to
Paint the Town Bed.
A coach with dark lamps enmo tearing down
tho llowcry at 1.40 o'clock this morning, drawn
by a team of horsoi white with foam. When it
wa nulled tip sharp in front of a tallor-shon
Just bojow Houston street clouds of steam rose
from tho flanks and backs of tho panting beasts,
half hiding the rig from tho view of tho curious
ovea that bad followed it on its mad rush down
Dctectivo Tubbs, of lho JIulbcrry street
police, who had been Rtaiidliig on tho corner of
Houston street, nuked tho driver why hia lamps
wero not lighted.
" This is our rig and nnno of your business,'
ra'oine d tho driver, insolently.
"And your homos aro all covered with foam.
What makes you drivo so fast?" continued tho
detective, examining tho hoises,
" Oct out o' litre. What kind of a steer aro
yon giv iuc us, anyway V" niauped tho man on
Tho detective showed his shield and demanded
to know tlio iltiverN burliness nt that hour.
JiiHt then the door of tlio carriago was pushed
open nnd three men tumbled out. I.iliu tl.o man
on tho box. they were well drcKsed, and wore
heavy co.d chains.
'lliiflis my rig," said one of them, "I tun
"Then," said the detective. "I want that
man,'' pointing to the driver, "to comedown
and mi tako his place. He is drunk.
The man on tho box reached for his whin at
this, and Detective Titbbs sprang up on tho
wheel. Ho m pushed oil. hut spiang tin again
and seized the driver, whom ho dragged to the
street despite his kicking and sti iiggliug.
I no of tlio tlueo man Jumped back into tlio
coach, tlio tliild got on the box, nuil tho vehicle
went testing up tlio street tho way it had como.
At the Jlull'cny street station tho prinner
gave his name as James 1'. Donovan, and haul
ho was a uhjeiciun at !I1U Went lout teeuth
A chargo of drunkenness and disorderly con
duct was entered against him.
'lho prisoner sunt n mcrKiigo to his father, a
real estate dealer of means at :i:i4 Jhiet Twenti
elh sin el, and an hour botoio daybnak he
camo down and bailed out Ins son.
'lho police meiuiwhilo had learned that tho
party in tho coach were medical students from
Jersey Citv over font llrst-chisH spieu. One of
tlieui had :ilMI to help m.ike tho male go.
Tliev picked ui Dr. Doimv an, who wai. their
friend, atlnsofllcc, and hooped it up togethei
in ijrcat otyle.
Whilo they oro all In a snlnon uptown they
slipied nut, leaving tho diivcr insidu and ro
solvid logo it alone.
Whirled to Dentil by tlio Minftlng.
iBI'ri'IAL TO TIIK WOllLP.
Riiamokik, P., Nov. 14 -Martin McLnln wns en
gaged in feedintr. coal Into a counter screen In tlio
I.Uke. '1 llden Culllery. Uinldenly a thump was
heard on tl.e platform upon which he atood.-fnllovvi-d
rniidly by olhiis. r-overul plank rem ral.ed an
inch. Thihklng that tl.o luachliiery liad broken,
he dashed i'ovwi the steu Icuuini; to tin,
screen shat'lnir, vhen his lil(sl tiunoil
rold. nrappril nroumt the sltsrtlinr vaa Irani
Welna. sued sixty-seven, 'a ho hsil left him a lew
uiiuuteaiucvluUHtii hwmp dirt tnti.lhu hi'i'i'er. ,V
set sirew hsil cn,iv-!it his emit, vhlehwns instantly
wrsmeil sronnd the revolvlnir Bhalt. Thli pinned
nelnaalKsly seeunlv as-amst tl.e shaft, wlih it wis
lusklinf Jim revuliitliins u minute, liotv.c'ii in,
top i nnd the platform there was a Hparoot thru u t,
and every lime Welna vent nround he would rivelvn
atorrlbleiruahltie-, lie died soon aller lielug taken
A Dm (or Ilnriiilrns I iiimtlcs.
Isitc'al in Tin: woiii.n.
Wahsaw, N. i., Nov. 14 TheSniervisorsof this
county pismlie vliilionsveslerr.,i di'ito.iiielin.' the
proposal to enai t a t tatc law coiuih lllng the removal
of all Indigent ihrcnle InsRne lnrrons fionuuuriy
asjluiustotlieluro Mate iiiBtitutlous. lliercsilu.
tloiistletU e that tho lonvre'rutuu of many Insane
H'rsnns Is nut advisable, esierially slr.io tneiur.il
cotintiisenn keep ihes hu'niUs ltinutuH enlarge
Isrnis wlthn.ore Ik ii ht and pleiamo tu ilieinelvis
sml filenila ami at lo sexi ense, nnd that it Is agn9
Injustlie tn biieh countliH as nra iuiliu-lui.d care of
their unfortimates, lo coiniel Ihoui lo ra'iroid ll-clr
lniane to dloiant rtlnto Institutions whore uisny of
them cmu never lie visited bv frleniis, lho represen
tathesot this county In lioth Houses aro Toiiuestt-il
to oppose any bill havlnirlor Its oWect the removal
01 the county Insane to ttate asjluins.
Accident lo n Wrddlus I'nrtv.
ISPECIAL TO THE WOKLD,
CinnoxnALz, Ta., Nov. 111. A. party of twenty
three rersons started from this city this afternoon in
a larfro omnibus on their way to a wedding near Way.
marl, alz iidles from Le:e. The vehicle was over
loaded, and alouthalf aiiilleliom Ivayuiart tbe rear
axle snapped.overtuinln the oivulbua and throwlnir
the paiaenifa.a out with g.cit violence, 'the injured
libnn, Mrs. Fbamk E., arm severely wrenched,
llcnn, JIrs, VvAeiiiioTOH, facs sndheadcut.
McMillan.MUs Asmi faco bruited and scalp cut,
McMillan. Mlas Jian, face cut and bruised.
Maxwili, Mrs.ltnnEnr, skull fiacturet, may die.
hiirriitm., Mrs. J. It., face cut.
Drnggrd lo llrutli ut .r Horse's Ilrrls.
SirCMI. TO Tilt Willi! II
St. Joiinsduv, VI., Nov. 11.- M, Ile-tha A.
dates, daughter ot tLe llev, M. A, (lain, while ild.
iiiT horteback )ctenlay was throru from her
bqim, which had taken frWht at soiuetlilnir. As sl.o
tell tn tho irrouud her rwht foot becamu Hitauuled
In thu stirrup strap, and ahe was dragged throinrh
tho atieets at the lioise's heels mull farr Xidy vvi. Il
moat denuded of clothlmr. When the stiinialvra.
flually c.ugiit llfevvas oxtlnet. Tha young StW.
Lody was shocaiugly bruised snd mangled ill.
aocldenl was wltnes.ed by her liareiits who werJ
nearly rraied bv their Inability to "Iv" 'he,, u,,!
uatts was Iwenty-ono years of age. slid iradi,.i.,i
la.t opting at Wellealer CoUone. ' irraduated
ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
Some of the Prices. Some of the Prices.
Ladies' Pnris Kid Button, in 150 pairs Ladies' French Kid
Opera Too and Medium Heel, Pat- Button, in Opera Too and Opera
ont-Loather Tips, Haud-Sowod Heels, sizes and widths somowhat
Welts, widths A, B, C, D and E, broken, widths A and B ; theso
worth i?4.00, at $2-98. shoes havo been sold for $4.00 nnd
Ladies' Paris Kid Button, Pat- 5.00, nt $ 1 .98.
ont-Loather Pointed Tips, nil sizes, 72 pairs Ladies' Bed Goat Tio-
worth 4.00, at S2.98. Slippers, Opera Heol, sizes 2 to
Ladies' RoynlKid Button, Hand- 6. worth $2.50, at $ .69.
Sowed Welt, Patent - Leather Ladies' Cloth Gaiterettos, in Tan
Pointod Tips, all sizos and widths, Gray, Brown and Blnck, sold
a regular $5.00 shoo, for $3.98. overywhero for $1.50, at 98c.
Many other special lots at equally low prices. J
Bloomingdale Bros., Tll
TO CHEAPEN BEER.
Saloon-Keepers Combine to Rnn a Co
The new Consumers' Brewing Company, tho
subscriptions t which will bo wholly confined
to the retail liquor trado of this city, expocta to
bu delivering ita beer to ita stockholders two
months from to-day.
Tho object of tho Company ia to make tho
saloon-keepers independent of the brewers.
Holm and Ilobinson, of No. SI Park ltow, aro
the attorneys of tho new corporation. To an
Eve.niso Woiilu repot ter Mr. Holm said this
"Tlio idea is that cvcntnally the capital of
tho Company will bo incieased so as to include
almost all the liquor dealers in the city.
"Ah far as the capital is concerned, all tho
subscribers have oxpicssed their willinsrncas to
double the amount of tho stock which they at
"Thoinen encaced in this new co-opeiatlvo
company aro all wealthy men.
"There are many slmilaily oroanized co
operative concerns in Germany, and all are suc
cessful. Thcro seenii to ho no doubt but that
success will attend tho venttuo here, in which
every saloon-keeper owning stock in the com
pany will be his own brewer and will regulate
tin' innnutactuio an 1 selling price himself.
"Twenty subscribers aro each worth over
V!00,(100, but each is, nevertheless, limited to
4.1, ooo worth of stock at present, according to
the existing by-laws.
"Another important point about this Com
pany is that it is orzatured altogether diflerently
ironi any other company in this respect: not a
dollar's north of tck has been reserved by the
Commissioners or anybody else. The Commis
sioners, licensed by tho Secretary of State to
organi7c the Company, are Herman II. lllnas
lago. John llicfc, W. P. liinckofT, Henry L.
Meyer and Diedrick Knabo.
Tlio stock of the Company Is only sold at
par, which provents alt stock speculation. No
stock will bo sold to any one not a saloon
keeper, and tlio selling is virtually lestricted to
(lei mnn suhncribors. The Company wants none
but Hermann as rtnckholdcrs.
"Wo havo received numerous offers tobuv
stock trom cicur men aud nthor mci chants, and
if we tilled tho orders wo get wo would havo to
havo a capital of several millions of dollars. We
havo ubsnliitely lefuacd to sell stock to any but
"A small brewery turns out about 00,000
bairclsof beorayear, and it pays $1 on every
bairel as commission tn collectors or salesmen,
in addition to salaries, Ac. 'J bin makes a clear
difleicncu ot (110,000 solely on commissions, as
we i-hall need no salesmen. Each subscriber is
practually n Milesniaii, as if hodooi not work in
tho interest!, nf the Conmanv he will be working
against himself. Soma of the money saved on
cominisions can go towards paying competent
superintending brewer live or six times what
foieineii brewers usually get.
" We expect to maiiufactiim at least .100,000
lmiiuls a year. This would make our annual
savingover tlio present system tiioo.uoo.
" '1 ids wonld allow iih to reduce, tho prico of
beer to tho consumer over a dollnr a band, and
uiauutactuic better beer besides. "
riiUCKV ADA BLACK WELL.
A I.n Jitnln, Col., Illrl Who Itiins IlnrOnn
Itnnrh nnd All Atone.
Thcro is n youuR liuly by tho namo of Ada
lilui'kwell HviucntXa -Junta, soys lho Denver
Tumk, who t'xlubllH moro fortituilo ami en.
tcrni'180 thnn tunny of her age nro heir to.
Miss Blficlcwell is n very hnutlsoino brimetto,
not more tb;m twonty-four j'cnrs of nuo, nnd
will iirovounou n pre-empt iouclnim this Fall
which bho lilod ou Homo three vein ngo.
The clitim is two miles from La Junto, nnd,
whilo employed in a tailor shop in lho town,
slie 1 vos upon her fnrm, coinins to hor work
in tlio niorniuK nnd returump ncam nt nlcht.
hho has no eniupanloti, not even a dog or
cat, ami hnr nearest ueinhbor livos one milo
n way linin her rnncli,
Hor family live nt Jimtowu, lioulder
County, and somo four years ago tho (own
and its Mirroundiiiijs bocame irksome to lior
and sho lelt anil bet'an lo plan tho future for
Mio desired lo bocomo a land ownor, nnd
has earned tho money with which to prove
tip on her 1(W aoes this Fall by sewing. She
is voiy ilienitled and, lady like in her deport.
iiient and is crently respected in La Junta
by all who know her.
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY ABROAD.
Vivian llurnelt Deep In Ilia Htudlea at a
London l'ublle Hcliool.
Dr. Buruott has both his boys at homo with
hiin now. Tney are deep in their studies at
the Franklin publiu school. Vivian, tbe au
totype of little Lord Fauntleroy, glided past
us this morning on a swift bicycle, says the
London correspondent ot the Philadelphia
Ho is sot a bit like (lie young dudes who
have prown to represent the typical Loid
Faiintloroy to the popular mind, but is a
henriy. dork-haired, lu.l-lnced American bov
if tuirtceu, so fond of his native html Hint,
thmisli he had 1 een much petted abroad
where ho has spent nil but six months of tho
lat two aud a half years, he shouted his salu.
iiit.tm with lruiiiiiug ees to the htars ond
Mriiics when ho Ilrst cuimht sight of them ou
ncanuc land on hia home oyLe a few weeks
Dr. Burnett has a deeper popularity here
than his g Ited wife. He is a slightly built.
poetio-lookiiiR niau. with a serious lameness
JJ,"1 J?K- II'" sons ate very fond of htm
nud his heart U bouud np in Ills home oud
Ins friendships iti scienllllo circles. He is a
leading member of the Cosmos Club.
NO MORE AN EDITOR.
John L Sullivan's Literary Career Conies
to an Abrupt End.
John L. Sullivan is no longer sporting editor
of tho Illustrated A'iwj.
Manager aud Treasurer Germaino has tent
Sullivan a check for f:i00, for tho balance due
him to date, und horcafter thcro will be no
business connection between Boston's pet
pugiliit and tho Illustrated .Yets?.
The reason for tho severance of business rela
tions botwecn tlio paper and Sullivan, as stated
by Mr. Germaino thin morning, was merely to
cnt down rxpenrcs.
Bullivan has been drawing a salary of $50
week from the X'etrs as sporting editor.
Tho peerless John U much clevorer with hii
lists than witli thu pen. When hia name was
ilrst flatmtod at the head of tho paper as sport
ing editor, John used to wrostle hard to master
tho intricacies nf English grammar, and sont to
the A'ews each week a column of bright, brain
scintillations, signca with his name.
Soon, however, tho delights of a literary oc
cupation lost their glamour and manuscripts
from the sporting editor became few and far
botweeu. 1'iniilly thoy coa-ed altogether, and
it has now been many moons since Kullivan baa
written anything for his paper.
Uf course, under theso ciicumstancee, the
paper could not go on raying hiin $30 every
Mr. (icimalne spoke very warmly of Bullivan
this morning, saying lie considered that Bull!.
van had oarned every cent so far paid him. He
considered his services in tho ling at Ilichbtirg.
when John defeated Kilrain, as worth many
dollars to his papci. Ho taid the A'nes would
always be a mend to Bullivan und back him in
all his future lights.
Personally, he raid he had a very warm spot
in his heart for the big Icllow.
In regard to Sullivan's recent challenges, Mr.
" As tn Kullivau's fighting again, I think It Is
a certainty that he will fight Peter Jackson.
Tl.e battle will be at the California Athletlo
" Dominlok McCaffrey is out of tho question;
he would bo no match at all for Htillhau'. "
DUTY SEEX AND DONE.
Uncle "Jerry" Husk's EpUrnmrnatfc
Speech at Wisconsin' ( npllal.
The preceut head of tho Acricultuinl De
partment, ' Undo " Jerry Rusk, has ou edn
catiou in affairs and men rather than in let
teiB, r-ayR tho St. Tatil I'ionrer.PresB.
His early days in Wisconsin wero occupied
iu " Btasinc" it, nnd tho Stcrotary who drove
tbo party nt Baltimore Inst Siiunnor owes his
skill to days when ho utiided his leadors and
whipped up Iris wheelers over tho rough
rouds of Wisconsin.
Now nud then tho lnc'c of nn early school
training, which, porrlinnoe, misht have
turned tho encrtry of tlio mnn in directions
where it would havo been loss effective, be
At the timu the riots wero put down in
Milwaukee Gov. liu-,1; and the militia of
Madison roturne.l huino nnd recoived an
ovation. Thern was a parado und then the
crowd fathered at Capitol Park to hear somo
tprechinrKinc. Alter several orntors had
painted iu gluwiiie colors tho Governor's
prompt notion in subdu.ua tho rioters, the
Governor hiniK If wnscilied upau.
ModoFtlv fueling tho oppicMuvoucss of to
much prniso, tho Governor in-oso, and Riving
duo or dit to all others, said for himself I
' I simply pccn my duty and dono it."
His remarks wero leportod iitorally by only
ono paper, and that was ol tho Democratic1
EX.SLCRETAItY BAURD'S BRIDE.
Tho Charming I.ndr nt tlio llrnd ol tht
Delaware Mutcoiiiiin's Home.
Mrs. Thomas F. Bayard, nee M'si Mary
Willing Clmer, lho bride of tho ox.Secre
lary of Stale, is above tho average height and
rather dark, bays lho Washington corre
spond' nt of tho Louisville Councr-.ourrfcii',
tlthough her friends doclaro that in conver
sation her oyos so flash with intolloctual lire
that ono forgets everything rolating to her
personal appearance, .
She is not what one would term beautiful,
and ber features are about the order that Is
called pretty. Neither ia she young, havinf
passed her twenty.sixth birthday.
(rest Gold Fields In North, Carolina.
lrrcuL to thk woaLn.t
CllADLOITr, N. 0. , Nor. H. Graat sxclument pr
valli In gold-nlotnc elroles tllrouihoat vTsit North
Carolina on account of the bsavy so'd find Jnit mada by
Tabs Sanndera In Monttomsry Coanty, Saandsri now
ha hnndredi of hinds al work and la lettlni aold by lb
pook. lle seti omnchsold that ba lariilni a laras
pal, of grocsr'a aiialB 1 1 iralirli it. Kapsrta who rura
ssamlnsil tha sold nsliia In this rrtlonsaytnars l
ruiitli sold Iu Wn.iorn North Uaro.lna sroundaaa caiw
lurmaofar drcaiitHd nl, an'ionuinan near nsrs I aau i
own gold land, worth tl, 0011,0110. rnclltB ars
lianturaanliailnitli plenty nt lapltsl tnop,m up tnjij
initios, and ditvs'oiiiiiiiisaiu eapcotodat all tariy uaia
that will .tail la tho world.
A Young fliurrli Trrnsiirer'a VltfUt.
(srcciiL to Tiir. woblh. I
Omaha, Not. 14. -II. II. Miller, aed twenty-tore.
Treasurer of Trinity M. K. Church, has dltappeared.
leatlni debts amountlns to about 1,000. lie ""
ol Krollr Huntington Miller, (he well-known witeri
nephew ol I'aul Miller, a millionaire carrlaae dealer
Cincinnati and on ot, the leaders la the Ohauteanua
movement. Ilia relatives have beu MmnM w -onduet
and hare ptemUed to make good ell lo".