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H V JJ THE EVENING WOKLD: THURSDAY, PC
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K TO ADVEHTJSKKS.
HnL The rates for advertising in tin Dally YfoT.LT
Hyp (to not apply to the Evening Ittue. , Nor do the
H? ralti rf that litite apply to the morning edition.
Hf BTII.Ii IT GBOWB t
Rf) rirtt d7i 1U.10 copies.
Eb Second day, 115,680 copies.
Kt" i Third day, 128,420 copies.
Hp - ' This Is the threo days' record of The Eves-
g rno Woub'i reception by th'o people. An
Hw Increaso of 4,170 on the second day's issue
BP' over the first day. An increase of 12,840
H& )tha third day over the second dar.
B h Such a success is not onlyunprcccdcnted
Htf in tho history of Journalism it is astound-
Hpt I Ins I Are wo not Justlflod in inscribing on
Kj . dxu banner, " On to 200,000 1"
Htf ! And then, what beyond f
K$ . A CALL FOB M0BE LIGHT.
K& Why do not Bono of tho lawyers who
Hv'7' granted to censure tho press for its criticisms
Hfi' i of Judge EroBn's action throw n little light
j' fipon these remarkable and inconsistent
H- circumstances ?
H First Judge Rears distinctly said that
Hf .. It was the constant practice of the Court of
Kj Appeals in other than capital cases to issue
Bp Mays similar to that granted Jacob Siubp.
3. xet the Dlstriot-Attorney and others familiar
Hfw? rith tho criminal law had novor heard of
'K'. vuch an instanoo. Whore aro tho precedents
K of this " constant practice ?"
Hg," Beoond Judgo Books declared that such
BlS'. 'Mays wero not matters of record. But tho
Egf' law plainly directs that no suoh stay can take
Bfp place unloss a certificate is filed by tho
Btf -Judge. Is not a filed certificate a matter of
B record ?
Hk Let the legal luminaries' shed their light
Hft . upon those contradictory circumstances, not
Hkjb ''for the benofitof tho press," but to allay
'Eg$ the growing suspicion that there is one law
H$' 'or tho rich and another for the poor.
HrS WOES OF BAHKEB8.
H Tho hearts of tho hankers of tho National
Kfv.- Association now in session at Pittsburg must
K& tuvve been touched by tho appeal of Fresi.
Hff (lent Loo u O. Mnnun yesterday.
HET Jlr, IJubbat drow a pathetio pioture of tho
H&,' Soplorablo condition of the banker as com.
Hf pared with that of the workingmon. Labor.
'K, ers, says Fresident Muhray, received $1 a
Hj day wages twenty-five years ago. Now they
Hp' receive an average of 2, and with that can
K buy mors than $5 would purchaBo then.
Kt , How is it with tho banker? Alas! he
HKg " gets a lower.rato of interest for his money "
Me flow than ho got in tho good old times, " his
Hir 'living is more expensive, his wants aro in-
B creasing, the demands upon him for charities
Bw, are greater, and his happiness is not aug.
K&' tncqted in a rolative proportion."
Hp , Unhappy banker 1 But there is consolo-
Hfciv "fion in knowing that at any moment he can
HHf abandon his institution and take to honest
HUM labor. Doubtless he could find many a pbil.
Ik( nnlhroplo laborer willing to change places
H 'trith him despite his relatively unaugmonted
H&& THE BAKEBB' TEEBLBIiE BEVEHGE,
B. Disgusted with the law's delay in duly
BVE punishing the polloeraon for the Union
K Square outrage, the Executive Committoo of
BBl Bakers' Union No. 1 havo decided to tako
BBp' ' shatters in their own hands and score a
BK ' terrible and unprecedented revenge. They
BK Wve sternly resolved " to extend no more
B favors to policemen when they seek refuge in
BB the bake-shops on cold nights."
BK , f No longer will tho bluocoats be able to
BKt legale themselves with tho succulent mid.
BV$ sight bun. No longer enn they warm thorn.
BRf' selves boforo tlio furnaces and literally
BH sample tho doughnuts piping hot from the
Bm simmering caldron. No longer will the
BBW -bakers pass them a friendly tip at the ap-
BR preach of the roundsmen. Tho entente cor.
Bp dlale is broken. Indeed, any baker who sur.
BKr 'xoptitiously commits these hospitable acts
Bp ViU be fined 923 by the union.
BKjl Ibis mode of revenge may have its peouliar
BBllr, tupects. But it is certainly more practical
BB1 Jhan anything the Police Commissioners have
BEic lyet done. The stomach is a vulnerable spot
BHe; in the anatomy of the " finest."
BBW Qabobut; never told a more thrilling tale
B. Wf crime, its strategy, its mystery and its
BBr ifinU detection than the vorsion of the famous
BK Sahbon murder, with its remarkablo dls.
B&1, losures, outlined exclusively in yesterday's
H tennnwo Woatn and presented in detail in
Ej atatWoaLD this morning.
BK; l The case is one of the most extraordinary
BH: land intensely interesting in tho criminal
Bara fclstory of this country. Tub Would' b sue.
BjK ssin dispelling this nine-years' mystery
BkK Wd bringing about the arrest and extradition
BW Vt two of the probable burglars and murder.
H&, Ws is unparalleled in tho record of journal.
BWEa1- .stio detsction of crime.
Bh, ," Not tho least gratifying feature of theso dis.
BKi teloeures is the vindication they afford Treaa.
Bb1 fursr Babbox and bis herolo and devoted wife,
BK?T Vho has stood true to his memory through
BJ fetaft years of suspicion, contumely and
K' FOUTI08 AOAIMBX BEFOBU.
Bj' ; It is to be regretted that Attorney.Oeneral
HRBk 'Banai has sicnalired bis retirement from
BwWt' lMBc by a legal opinion of tho Copt. Cuttle
BBv . t Tti A-tpruoy. General decides hat; inas-
IHL btvobuMJitAta Oonstitutjou authorizes the
mVP- ;" BapwiaUa4et of Tubllo Works to appoint
all persons employed in the care and manage.
ment of the canals, he ran moke such ap
polntinents regardless of tlio Civll-Hervlco
law. Tlie constitutional authority, Mr.
O'BniBH holds, removos tho appointments
from the control of the Legislature.
The Stato Constitution provides that every
male citizen shall bo entitled to vote for all
officers elected by tho people. But the Legis
lature says the citizen shall not vote unless
he has previously registered in accordanco
with tho Stato law. If the Legislature can
prescribo qualifications for voters, surely
they can provido qualifications for oflQco.
holdors. The Attorney-Ooncral's opinion
Hrcms to bo based more on politics than on
THE UIT0HBLL8T0WH MTIBDEBS.
Tho Inspector, sergeants and oustables
who shot down tho people attho Mitchells
town meeting were yesterday found guilty of
nturdor. The verdict of the Jury was in
strict accordance with the evidence. Tho
polico woro clearly shown to bo murderers.
But what a farco the Jury finding isl When
it bocarao certain what the verdict must bo
tho men wero removed from the place and
transferred to some unknown locality by
order of tho Government. The Coroner
issued warrants for their arrest and declared
tho romoval " illegal, improper and uncon
stitutional." No ono supposes that the war.
rants will be cxccntcd or tho guilty men
TIow long can a Government exist whleh
defies its own'Constltution and laws, protects
murderors, degrades the bonob, procures tho
perjury of witnesses and Jurors and Books
to coerce a whole peoplo ?
Justice for Ireland retributive Justice for
DEPOSE THE BATBAFS.
The csjio of the Swedish woman, Jutte, de
tained at Castle Garden but promptly ro
leasod by tho Collector when appeal wbb
made to him, evinces tho porslstcnoy of the
Satraps in wrong-doing. Tho case was par
allel in essential respects to that of Inojmd
Exposure has no effect upon Sixnir.NsoN
and his " me-toos." Official rebukes aro un
hoeded. The Commissioners show no signs
of repentance They ore boyond tho reach
Dcposo the Satraps without delay.
EEB0IBM TOXH0WH 10 FAME.
Lady Bbabsky, whoso death and burial at
sea from her favorite yacht Sunbeam is re
ported, was an admirable typo of English
woman. She bore a world-wida repute as a
yachtswoman, adventurous and intrepid,
treading unknown seas and remote archl.
pelagocs with tho spirit of a sovontcenth cen.
But in phrasing due tribute to Lady Bras
sey.lot us not forget the great army of woman
pioneers, unknown to fame but equally do
nerving it. Voyaging in a magnificont yacht
with pilots and sailing masterB and all the
luxuries that wealth affords oven upon the
sea involves n small measure- of the bardl.
hood and courage required of tho mothers,
tho sisters and tho daughters who for a con
tury or more have been invading tho track
less wildernesses of our 'Western domain,
helping to rcdoom deserts and making them
" bloom like the Garden of tho Sun." Thou,
sands of those noble women are still per.
forming thoir hardy and adventurous rile
upon tho far Western frontier. Tho heroines
of this world are for tho most part unhonored
ABBIXBATE THE BTBIKES.
Two strikes, involving a largo nuinbor of
printers and brass-workers, aro in progress
in this oity. The points at issuo should not
result in long and ooitly struggles. Only
extreme grievances Justify a despernto con.
test. Frompt and reasonable concessions on
both sides would bo vastly hotter than inev
itable loss for all concerned, with a victory
that might be radical, but would probably.bo
Meanwhilo tho Stato Board of Arbitration
is " awaiting developments." It ought to be
assisting developments. Thero is altogether
too much passivity and incompetence about
this .Board. Let it do something and justify
PEOPLE AQAIKBT F0L1TI0IAHB.
Tho people of New York want good gov
crnment. It is not to their intercut that pub.
lio moneys should be wasted, criminals escape
punishment and the judicial ermine- be soiled.
They are injured wbon corrupt and venal
men are sent to the State Legislature and ig.
noranco and dishonesty hold control of the
Board of Aldermen.
When the people, with considerable una
nimity, call for the nomination of particular
candidates for offico, it is fair proof that tho
men thoy favor are to bo trusted. The popu.
Iar demand for Mr. Mabtini for Judge of
Sessions and Mr. Nicoli, for DistricUAttor.
ney points them out as the fittest persons for
those important positions. If a few political
loaders who control the nominating conven
tions do not wont thorn, it is because thoy do
sire to elect mon not moro valuable to tho
peoplo, but more usoful to themsolves.
HO USE FOB THIS W0BD.
In soma of tho By oophantio addresses to tho
Fresident in the West ho is referred to as the
" ruler" of, this oountry. We havo no "rulor "
in this Bcpublio. He disappeared from
American soil with tho surrender of Corn,
wallic. Tho peoplo aro their own masters.
Tho Fresident is no " ruler," but merely the
publio agent. Tho word is an importation.
It belongs with tho King's English. It is ob.
solete in America. Tako it out of our
vocabulary. We havo no use for it here.
The Knights of Labor in their General
Assembly have rejeoted a resolution of sym.
pathy with the condemned Anarchists. This
is a wise proceeding. Honest labor is natu
rally conservative. It seeks all the timo to
better its conditions to lay up a competency
for a family j to secure a home and comfort
able surroundings t to educate its children
and fit thcin for hotiorablo and proBperous
careers, liow, then, can tho true Knights of
Labor have any sympathy with those who
would overthrow law nnd ordor and render
the competency o'f tho workingmon as inse
cure as tho wealth of the millionaire ?
Tho United Labor party is strong in this
Stato becauso it disclaimed all association
with tho Socialists and refused to rccognlzo
them In Its nomination of candidates. Labor
is tho bulwark of tho Itcpubllot anarchy is
.Tons J. O'Bbibs has passed over to tho
majority. Ho bos jolnod Health Officer
Smith, Quarantine Commissioners Flatt,
NtcnoLsaud Judd, Satrap Stkpuenson and
his five associate Commissioners of Emigra
tion, eight Port Wardons and othor officials,
all of whom aro "hold-overs." And ho will
hohrou as long as he can.
Ono fruit of the indignation of the Dart,
mouth students over Prosldent BABTLE-rr's
arbitrary action in tho roccnt hazing nffalr
was tho appcaranco t a donkey in tho Prcsi.
dential pulpit yesterday morning. The
undergraduates considered it a Babtlett
Is it not significant that Jauzs G. Blaine
should lead Hknby Geoboe six votes as first
choice forPresidont at tho Anti-Poverty Fair,
and that Gov. Hill should beat Fresident
Clbveland 150 to SB.
JonN J. O'Biubn sayst " I won't bo driven
out of politics." How muoh meaning is
sometimes compressed in a little sentence.
Liko others of his ilk, 0'Bbu.n evidently con
siders " politics " synonymous with office-holding.
Quarantlno Commissioner Platt follows
Jacob Suabi-'s lead. Ho asks for o stay of
proceedings uhllo he appeals from Just loo
Inoai.lr'h decision against changing tho place
for the trial of tho suit of ouster from Albany
to Now York;
Lebteb B. Faulkkeb is justly held on the
chargo of wrecking tho Donsvillo bank.
What has become of Wabmeb. Work, Tobet
and tho unindloted rascals who helped Feb.
dm add Wabd and l-'isu to wrook the Marino
Mr. Depew suggests that the American
people may conclude to put a man of brains
in the Whito House next year. Mr. Depew
is certainly himself a man of brains.
Of courso, the Western Union stockholders
Indorsed the aotion of the Western Union
management. Whon Mr. Gould bows before
the mirror his reflection usually docs tho
Tho Harlem Democrats want Mahtine for
Sessions Judge and Nicoll for District-Attorney.
So do good Democrats and good
llcpubllcans all over the city.
FIGS AND THISTLES.
A red-hot meteor cama humming throDRh tho
Sir at Mew Binvrns, l-'la., the other day and
startled Harry Stuns, who was Ashing from a boat
lu the creek.
A resolution has been Introduced In tho City
Council of Philadelphia declaring It a nuisance for
passengers to expectorate on tho floor of street
railroad cilrs, and providing that a penalty of is
bo Imposed In each case.
There will be two Grovcr Clovclands and two
Frances Folsom Cleveland present at tho riert
mont Exposition, which Is being held in Atlanta.
The other couple are the twin children of Mr. O.
II. Cleveland, of I'elham, Ga.
Itcno, Nee. , Is not a progressive town In other
wnjrs, but it offers every other lnduoement to the
miner who comes In to get a glimpse of the seduc
tive green -baize table. Thkrtr-ono gambling
games are In full blast every night.
An tngonlons Chlcagoan has Invented a cjclouo
paralyzer which Is calculated to knook an ablo
bodlcd funnel-shaped cloud Into smithereens. The
machlno looks like an Anarchist bomb, but the dy
namite in It Is so arranged as to be exploded b? tho
Near Itcldsvlllc, N. C. , there la a little negro boy
who In placo of a uoso has a dlmluutl7o snout
which Is an exact counterpart of an elephant's
trunk The boy Is ten years old and quite Intelli
gent. Ho uieB the snout In eating, and picks up
nuts from the ground with it.
reoplc walking on the main street of Trinidad,
Col., wero astonished by a shower of silver dol
lars that rained down upon them. It was found
that a fellow who bad more money than he know
what to do with had stationed himself at a second
story window and was scattering cola right and
Tho now Sunday law In Toxas places the long
suffering tramp between two fires. It provides
that any person found loitering about without vis
ible means of support on the Sabbath shall be ar
rested as a vagrant, and at the same time Imposes
severe penalties on any ono convicted of doing
manual labor on Sunday,
For a rather tardy celebration of the Queen's Ju
blleo at Dcnby Dale, England, the bakora of the
vtllago recently constructed an Immense meat pie,
which measured eight feet across, was two foot
deep and wolghod 4,(09 pounds. Tuclplo was taken
n a cart drawn by ten horses to a Held called Nor
man Park, where a hungry mob surrounded It and
disposed of It In a twinkling.
Prof. T. P. Thomas, a teacher In the city schoola
of Enoxvllle, Tsun. , took a live rattlesnake Into
the class-room to Illustrate some points he was go
log to make In a lecture In an unguarded mo
ment the snake bit him and be dropped tt to tho
floor. Thero was a panlo among the pupils, but
nono of them was bitten. Prof. Thomas swal
lowed a quart of whiskey and will recover.
Mrs. Augusta Evans Wilson, the novelist, Is ono
of tho few people who are heroes la the eyes of
their scr ants, Among the treasures of her beau
tiful Southern home Is a herd of Jcrsoys. Not
long ago Mrs. Wilson was looking at a flue calf
wnen a negro servant came up and announced:
" Miss 'Qusta, I done named dat calf." " Whatt"
Inquired Mrs. Wilson. " Ilculah St. Elmo
Vashty," was the prompt and unexpected reply.
lie Meant rockets.
"Well, how about the conquests at the beach
this summer? " asked a fond father of his daugh
ters upon their return from tho seashore. " I
suppose yon broke many a heart 7 "
'Oh, no, father," replied MIm Sophronla j "our
mission was not to break hearts. We aro New
"Er I didn't mean hearts, I .meant pockets,"
said the old man, correcting himself.
Though! the Sleeve nation TJnOfecMarj.
IYom lUrptr'i Jaiar.
Dentist (kindly), Now does that burtt
Patient. I don't mind you working on the tooth
so much, but it you will lust e your time-button
oat of my right eye, I'll be obliged.
A8 OTHERS SEE DB. I
mere FrnUc for "Tho Evening World" from
fVm (A Klnirm A4trtiitrt)
The New York World has established a one
cent evening edition. It is luro to be a successful
(Von th Bufal Ktprtu,
To lay that the first number of the afternoon
edition of the New York World resembles its
father Is praise enough.
Vow (A. CtUmMa tt.C.) UffUUr.
The Now York Would publishes now an evening
edition, and thus It proiioset to augment Its already
abundant resources of Journalism.
Ftom th Saratgian )
A glance at the New York Evtxmo World,
which appeared yesterday, Induces the prediction
that it will " catch on. " Success to It.
I from (Si JCflpxvftI Sournaf,
The enterprising New York World started an
evening paper yesterday. The phenomenal suc
cess of Tub Would U ono of the marvels of the
f from th4 Chieaffo Tnttr Off an,)
The New York World yesterday Inaugnrated an
afternoon Issue. Jamea Gordon Dennett, who re
turned from Europe on Sunday, wn In good time
to witness the launching of the now venture.
fVom rt t hhagt TW6un.J
The proprietor of the New York World has be
gun tho publication of an evening edition of the
same paper. It may prove a more serious affair
than he anticipated to face the realities of another
tVom l Cttea rr.
The latest and ono of the best of tho New York
evening papers U Tus Evkkiho Would, which
made Its first appearance yesterday afternoon. It
Is a bright and newsy sheet which will doubtless
havo a large sale.
fV-vn tht Atlanta Constitution.
Tho New York WonLD has started an evening
paper. It wll doubtless be a success. People may
ay what they please about Editor Pulitzer, but ho
seems to know just what the average newspaper
reader wants, and he never falls to print it.
Ifroml k Lifnthburg Virginian. )
The first number of the New York Evikino
World Is to hand. In appearance It Is an exact
counterpart of Iti morning progenitor, except that
it has fewer pages. That It I bright, able and full
of fresh news as an egg Is of meat goes without
From th lYMton JVmM.
Mr. Joseph Pulitzer yesterday entertained over
three thousand nowsboys at a theatre party as a
memorial of the success of the new Uvemno
World. Mr.;i'ttlltzer and his staff seem to know
Just where and when to tako hold of things to make
sensations which shall bo pleasurablo and profit
able and at tho saino time, una all the time, boom
rrom th notion filobt,
Although the first sheets of Tue Evening World
In New York did not lcavo tho pressei until 8.M
P. 11., the first day's sales aggregated over 110,000
copies. Everybody oxpected much of Tub Even
ing World, but It proved to be a better paper even
than was anticipated. Wo hope and believe the
World, with this enormously Increased power,
will keep Its promise toflght always for the Right
and against tho Wrong, and we wish there wero
moro papers like It.
tlrom th Albany Union:
Following tho fashion, the New York World
last evening Issued for the first time an evening
edition, and as TnE World never undertakes any
thing without a purpose, It Is sufficient to say that
Its latest move Is one In the right direction. It is
bright and newsy, with all the characteristics for
which Tns World Is famous and which have made
tho paper such a power. Tin Evbnino World
starts out well, and certainly deserves all the suc
cess which Is Its due.
rn fnf Rujfalo Cmmreial
Realizing that It Is tho evening newspspers that
print the " news of the day, " tho New York World
has resolved to print an afternoon edition. Tax
World's proprietors see that.tlmcs havo changed,
and that with the tclegTaph, fast malls, special
wires, Ac. , the people oxpect to be Informed of
what Is going on In the world on the day of Its hap
pening. And It Is through tho afternoon dally pa
pers only that the news of the day Is reportod.
tlVoti th Buffalo Courir.
The New York Evikino World springs Into the
arena of journalism fully equipped for a strong
fight for existence. A six-page paper, full of news
and with an abundance of advertising, It Is a mir
acle of cheanncss at Its nrlce of one cent. It pro
poses to be truthful and Independent In all things
and to support justice, humanity and reform. Life
In New York will keep It busy In living np to Its
comprehensive platform. Faults that many of Its
friends deplore aside, Tub World Is a great con
cern and capablo of carrying out the most extend
ed newspaper enterprises. That the evening vent
ure will prove a sucoess cannot bo doubted.
BULLBYAN ANGRY W1TII MITCHELL.
The PunUlatlo Champion Says He Will
Knock Off the Enailahnian'a Head.
IsnECIAI. TO TBI KVZHIlia WOKLD.
Boston, Oct. 18. Champion John L. Sulli
van and Ohnrlio Mitchell, of England, are not
tho host of friends. Sullivan thinks tho Eng
lishman has treated him shabbily, aud has
had many "cracks" at him without giving
him n chance to shut off Mitohell's " gas."
Said tho champion to an Evevino Wobld
correspondent i " Befoio I lcavo Boston all
of Mitchell's friends on this side of tho water
will have a chance to put up their money. I
mean to call them down, Jack Stewart among
the others. I will show the American publio
what a bluff game Mitchell and his friends
havo been playing. If Mitchell ever comos
to this country again ho will got his hcud
Too Much for Illra.
A badly battered, sadly tattered man, wlth'one
arm In a sling and eye In mourning, tottered Into
an uptown hotel and asked for the proprietor.
The clerk told blm that no tramps were allowed in
' Hut I am no tramp. I am a hotel man. "
"Dldyoujuat diiconneot yourself from a rail
road collision :"
" No. worse than that. I have just walked from
Kentucky whoro I've been trying to run a temper.
Itlncli to Answer For.
Clerk So you are a self-made man?
Employer Yes, sir; whatever I am to-day I owe
entirely to myself.
Clerk Woll-cr-um t I suppose fbat-er
Employer Well, ilr: what do yon mpposet
Clerk I suppose that-er-at times you must feel
Not Our Giants.
Minister And there wero "OUnta" In those
Young Lasy (to N. Y. baseballcr, In a whisper)
I wonder what clubs defeated tncml
From Jtarptrt Bataar.
' Oh, Tom," she whispered, after the momen
tous question had been propounded, "I am so
bappyl Papa and brother Frank have been teas.
tng me awfully about yoa lately, and besides, I'm
the first girl of our graduating clau to be en
Congratulations of a. Steady Reader.
editor a Th ettmint RVUl
We congratulate Jon on your new evening edi
tion, and hope It will soon reaon the circulation of
your morning paper. Oood luekl
New York, Oct. It Steady World Reader.
From uii Rnthudaallc Girl.
IJilor tTU tuning World I
Your Evsxiho Would U Just splendid. Yours,
for too.ooo. Faknt km.mis,
New York, Oct. is,
ITOBER 13. 1887.
THE WERE WEDDED ATNOON
FRANCES ISABEL MORRIS MARRIED TO
THUULOW WEED BARNES.
The. Ceremony Performed by the Itcv. Dr.
Palmer, of New Orleitnii-llrlde nnd
Grooui Hturl for Albany In 3Ir. Morris's
Steam Yneht Corn. They Will Spend
tho Honeymoon Near Colorado Hprlnga.
Miss Francos Isabel Morris, daughter of
John A. Morris, of New Orleans, was married
at noon to-day in the Went Presbyterian
Church, in Porty-socond streot, to Mr. Thur
ow Weed Barnes, of Albany. Owing to tho
illness of tho bride's grandmother tho cere
mony wos performed in tho city instead of at
Mr. MorrlB's country placo in Westchester.
Mr. Barnes, accomoanled bv his brothor,
William Barnes. Jr., ns best man, arrivod at
tho church a little after 12. Tho brldo ur
lrived soon after with hor. father, who gavo
her awny. Bho wore tho conventional veil and
whlto satin gowu with a long troin. beauti
fully embroidered. Sho boro somo looso'
Puritan roses in her hand.
The Kev. Dr. B. M. Palmer, who come on
from Now Orleans for the purposo, performed
the ceremony. He was assisted by Bov. Dr.
Parton. castor of tho church. The coremony
wos vory brief.
As soon as tho marrlago ceremony was over
Mr. nnd Mrs. Barnes drovo to tho foot of
Fourteenth street and boarded Mr. Morris's
steam yacht, tho Cora. Thev will arrive in
Albany, the groom's birthplace, Saturday
morning, and in tho evoning -will leave for
his ranch near Colorado Springs, Col? After
three weokB' enjoyment of the autumnal
beauties of Manitou nnd Cheyenne Moun
tain thoy will roturn and tako up their per
nmnent resldcnco in Boston.
Among thoBo present at tho ceremony wero
the following from Now Orleans : Gen.
Beauregard, Judgo Billings, Mr. and Mrs. I.
II. Htauffor, Miss Colento Stautfor, Mr. and
Mrs. ThomaB J. Hommcs, Miss Sommos, Mrs.
Outhbort Slocomb, Miss Corn Slocomb, Mrs.
David Urqubart, Miss Urquhart, Mrs. Hen
ry Chnrnock, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dunogro, Mr. and
Mrs. P. O. Fnzendo, Mr. and Mrs. 0. II.
Hymns, Mr. Kennrcl and Mr. and
Mrs. Percy lloborts. Othors attending
tho coremony wero Ueu. W. T. Sherman Dr.
and Mr. William Tod Holmuth. tho Misses
linger, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Janfer, Col. aud
Mrs. 0. W. Moulton, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Post,
Miss Post, Hnudolph Robinson, Miss Eleanor
llobinson, Mr. Bollnrd Smith. Dr. J. McE.
Wetmore, Mr. ond Mrs. Thatcher M. Adams,
the Misbes Adams, Mm. Bankhend, the Misses
Bankhead, of Now York ; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Lorillard, Mr. aud Mrs. M. D. Collier. Mrs.
Eugene Blois. of WcRtchcstor ; Mrs. Noodles
Jennings, Miss Mcllhenny, of Louisiana;
Mr. Eugeno Boylor, of Washington, D.O.;
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Maury, of Mobile. The
first six paws wero occupied by tho families
and relatives of the brido and groom.
FRESHMEN WITH CANES.
Columbia Sophomores 3Iecli no Lnobi
Wonld a High Hut Rouso Them f
For the first time in tho history of Colum
bia Collogo ovcry Freshman was allowed to
carry a cane unmolested to-day. Heretofore
suoh an act would have instantly invited a
florco attack by tho Sophomores.
To-day tho Freshmen, bating previously
notified tho Sophomores of their intention,
all presented themsolves with enormous
canes. The largest fcticks wero carried by
the slimmest youths. Thoy went boldly to tho
check room, nnd CurtiRS, of 'fll, presented
the challenging cano to bo chocked. Mean
while '01 made tho college ring with " '91
wants blood." No Sophomoro oflored to grab
the cane as it wnB passed over tho counter,
and it still remains in check under the namo
of Cnrtiss to tho glory of '01.
Tho inaction of the Sophomores i3 due to
the resolution passed by them last week by a
voto of twenty-throe to twenty, not bo the
attacking party in any cane-rush. But how
muoh provocation thoy can stand after so
close a voto has not been determined. It is
thought by some that a Freshman with a high
hat would bring on a pitched battle.
The President commends the action of tho
Sophomores. Tho faot that Snowden was so
injured in the rush last year that ho subse
quently died, had its influence.
HONORS TO PAINE AND BURGESS.
To-Nlght'o Tiauauet to the Owner and Do
loner of the Volunteer.
Tho New York Yacht Club did its duty to
the Scottish yachtsmen of the Thistle on
Tuesday ovonlng. This evening the club will
honor Gen. 0. J. Paino and the designer of
the Volunteer, Mr. Edward Burgess by a
sumptuous dlnnor at Dclmonico's.
Commodore Elbridge T. Gerry will preside,
and plates will bo laid for 115 dinners. Be
fore Couunodore Gorry will stand tho cup
first won by tho America, in 1851, and re
tained hero in the ratios of 1870 by tho Magic,
in 1871 by tho Columbia, in 1870 by the Made
lino, in 1881 by tho Atlanta, in 18S3 by tho
Puritan, in 1R8S by tho Mayflower and this
year by the Volnnteor. Other silver prizcb
won by theso yachts and by the Sappho,
Dauntless, Montauk, Clara, Clio, Misuhief
and other yaots of the olub fleet will adorn
the tables, and tho walls will be festooned
with flags of all notions, tho club flag, and
the stars and stripes being intertwined bo
hind tho President's chair.
A " half.model " of tho Volunteer will bo
placed on the dais, trimmed with bright flow
ers and smilax. The banquet-room will be
thrown otion from 4 to 6 o'olock this nfter
noon to all who deblro to see tho trophies.
New Plans for the Exhibition.
(SrBOIAL CABLE TO TBS IYXNIMO WOULD)
London, Oct. is. Many prominent Italians,
both In England and Italy, have taken an Interest
In the American Exhibition at Earl's Court. While
It Is not likely that the Italian Government will of
ficially recognize the exhibition, they certainly ap
Erove of the scheme and will probably further It
y lending certain publio collections of work of
art. A novel and Interesting, entertainment la
contemplated for the Wild West arena by way of
a display of ancient and modern Italian aports,
and It Is probable that on the ground now occu-
fled by the Indian village will bo erected an old
tallan street, representing various styles of Italian
design. The enterprise Is being promoted by
Mrs. Iludun Held for Trial.
Mrs. Emma Lee Hudson, contldenco woman,
was arraigned In the Tombs Police Court this
morning on a charge of stealing goods from Aiken
A Son to the vaiue of $62. is. Uer counsel tried to
get her discharged ou technicalities, but she was
held In tl.coo for trial. It was said that Isst even
ing her counsel endeavored to take In morphine to
the prisoner In the lombs, as It Is sad sho Is con.
Brined In the morphine hault.
Yonnc American Tan Kxamlned.
Tho annual examination on board tho sohool
shlp St. Mary's, now anchored off Wall street, was
begun this noon. The Examining Hoard constated
of Capts. Winchester, Hptcer, Ball, UcKay.Drown,
Tregarton, Uamllton, UolUrd, (julg and Jackson.
m m i
Great Bxrltcmeilt In Fortcheater.
The vllage of I'ortchcstcr to-day celebrated the
fiftieth anniversary of the change In lit name from
Sawplts to Portchester. The place Is ovcrdowlng
Oolno to Church.
IFrom th Pulutk Paragrapkrr.)
That was a thoughtless thrust a Dulnthlan dealt
recently when we asktd him to go with nt aud
bear t good Unitarian sermon, and he replied, " I
' wsnt there last Sunday, bat J promised my wife
I'd go to church to-day."
1 1 .l-faa-i fii ui :VftliyfrJfciVPf'ifA Ail lajWaVrt
BRIEF GLIMPSES AT SOCIETY.
The TJaron de Thomson gave a dinner at Del
monlca's last night.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Llvlngiton will go Bouth
f or s greater part of th winter.
Mr. and Mrs. William Belden, of No. 810 Fifth
avenue, have returnid to the city.
Miss Ingraham, who has been visiting friends at
Far Itockaway, has returned to the city.
Among the Now Yorkers who still linger at Mil
frcd, ra., are Mlsa Uvlngstono and Miss IlarseU.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward McAllstcr have returned to
their house In East Sixteenth street for the winter.
Mrs. Ellis, formerly Miss Watcrbnry, celebrated
her silver woddlng at her oountry seat at Felham
Saturday next Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Camp will
give a reception and garden-party for their daugh
ter, Miss Camp.
Mr. and Mrs. William Clusln, of Morrlstown.
will give a reception on Oct. si at their country
seat. Airy Hall.
Invitations have been. Issued for the marriage of
Miss Ruth Huntington, daughter of Biahop llont
luglon, to Mr, Sessions.
The engagement of Mrs. Elliot Johnson, for
merly Miss Waterbttrn, to Mr. Frank Wlntbrop,
has recently been announced.
The Far and Near Tennla Club has Issued Invi
tations for a tournament to bo held at Hastings on
Friday ond Saturday of next week.
It Is more than likely that there will be but one
Junior Patriarch ball this winter, and that It will
be H roualng one If Mr. McAllister so decides.
Amonir the cottagers who nre Mill at Narragan
sett aro Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Dun and Mr. and Mrs.
Harrison Sanford, brother of Mr. Wright Sanford.
Miss Marie Louisa Uappcl, daughter of Mrs. K.
Drunor Happcl, will be married to Mr. Joaeph J.
O'Donohue, Jr. , at the Cathedral on the morning
of Oct. 37.
A dance will be given at the Tuxedo Club Satur
day. This will be the regular weekly dance.
Among those now at Tuxedo are the Breesc, Bar
bey, Lorlllard and Uavemoycr families.
A member of the Itockaway Hunt Club said yes
terday that tho clnb bad decided not to give a
dance this autumn, but that It might arrange for a
small one during the winter, somo time abont the
beginning of Lent.
The Congregational Club, of this city, will hold
Its first autumn meeting this year at Clark's. After
dinner the club will listen to a lecture by Mr.
Qeorgo W. Cablo. His subject will be "Cobwebs
In the Church."
Col. and Mrs. Clarenco Postley, who have
been on an extensive trip In their yacht, the Reso
lute, hao returned to their houso, corner of Fifth
avenne and Sixty-first street. They havo Issued
Invitations for a dinner next Wednesday.
The Athletic Club of Flushing has Just flnlshod a
tennis tournament. Tho lady managers will give
a "tea" In the club-house Saturday afternoon.
An amateur minstrel performance will be given In
tho town hall tho last of the month for the benefit
of the club. It Is said that the ladles Interested In
the club are preparing for a fair, to be held In
Thero will be a large crowd of the friends of
Mrs. Potter to welcome her on the arrival of the
steamihlp on Sum. y. As Miss Cora Slocomb has
quietly told somo of her friends that her cousin,
' Mrs. Potter, will be present when she Is married
to the Count dl Brazza, efforts have been made
on the part of a few people not Invited to secure
invitations to tho reception at the bride's home.
Miss Slocomb will bo married Tuesday morning.
A paragraph printed In this column on Monday
In regard to the Tuxedo Club and the proposed In
crease In the number of members has attracted
widespread attention. One of the questions that
has been raised refers to the legal responsibility
of the members In case of Mr. Lonllard's death.
Mr. Lorlllard receives all the Initiation fees and
annual dues. As he Intends, so It Is said, to In
crease the membership by taking In two hundred
or more new members, tho old members of the
clnb want to know when this wholesale accession
Is to stop. By electing two hundred new members
Mr. Lorlllard will receive from eaeh $S00for the In
itiation fee and $100 for the first annual dnos.mak
lng a total of $90,000.
GRAPES ARE CHEAP THIS TEAR.
The Yield Large nnd the Quality of the Fruit
Tho grape harvest in the Hudson River
Valley is at white heat these pleasant October
days. Every grape-grower, in the valley is in
a fever of dread lest the frost spoil his crop.
Last year tho harvest was late and the frost
early, and ns a consequence much damage
was done. One Hudson Rivor grower lost
$8,000 worth of gropes by ono night's frost.
The best of Concords can be bought of
street dealers around Washington Market for
three and a half cents a pound. Catawbas
aro a trifle higher. Malagas ntt worth 16 cents.
Wholesale dealers ore unable to estimate the
size of this year's crop. Tho quantity of
grapes sent to this city by both cars and
steamboats is simply enormous.
The best and cheapest way to buy grapes is
by the basket. Tho purchaser should not
full to tilt tho basket on end to inspect the
quality of tho grapes. In this way there is
no danger of buying greon or mildewed
Good Concords rarely fall below three
cents in price. Late in the season, when the
hnrvest fs over, tho price runs up as high as
eight and ten cents. For tho next two weeks
prices probably will remain at 2Jf of 3
cents,, with unimportant fluctuotions. As a
rule, the Hudson lUvcr grapes are in excel
POINTS ABOUT BIC POLICEMEN,
Inspector Byrnes is an inveterate smoker,
and only the very best is good enough for his
tabtcB. Henry Clay firsts are his failing.
In less than a month Inspector Henry V.
Steers will put on his sixth stripe, evidence
of thirty years' honorablo service on the po
Inspector Williams loves a good cigar and
is never without a pocketful. Inspector
Conlin's private brand is " Tho Fifth Ave
nne." Sergeant Kelliher insists that "tho Chi
nese must go," this being the marching song
of the Vetoran Firemen after their trip to
Superintendent Murray does not drink
liquor of any kind and never smokes during
business hours at headquarters. His home
brand is " PcUVcto."
Outr Wanted to Hee It on the Table,
IFromUax O'Hill' V Ami Denalt.
Donald li about to die, and tho minister Is pray
ing by bis bedside. At length the latter re
marks; " How do you feel, my poor Donald. Is there
anything I can do for you or reassure you about?"
" M, thank you, Parson, I am ready. But I
should very much like to know if In Paradise"
" If thero will be any whiskey thero J"
" lint Donald, my good friend, how can you
talk like that when yon are In such a state t"
"Ob," replied Donald, " dou'c think that it Is
for the sake of drinking that I say that. But It
would rive me pleasure to see some on tho table
Tnlilns Time by the Ilangi.
VoMlkf rhiladilphia Oilf.J
" I was almost upt by a little Incident that oc
curred in my store the other day," said a retail
dealer In mourning goods yesterday. "A lady
whom I know very well began, a close examina
tion of my stock. Her face was pale and her eyes
were swollen with weeping. Your huibaud
Isn't dcidt' I sympathetically asked. 'No. but
he's very siok,' was th reply. 1 merely wanted
o know what &r the latest things In your Use. '
BRAVES WITH NO WAR PAlrf I
THE TAMMANY CONTENTION TO NIGHT TO 1
BE ALL FOB HARMONY. I
A Conference Commltto to be Appointed la R
Make Up m. Ticket with the County De, M
mocravey air. Martina Slated for Ju4 A
mud Mr. Nleoll for DUtrlct-Attorney-J
United Labor Leader to Meat.
There will be fully two thousand Tammany
Hall braves in and around the big Wigwam
on Fourteenth streot this evening. The
County and Judiaiary Convention is to be
called to order at 8 o'clock, but no som.
inations are to bo made.
The Convention after appointing a com.
mittoe to oonfer with the County Democracy '
will take a recess for a week. Tho district
leaders aro to havo a consultation of
an hour before the convention meets.
Gen. John Cochrane is to bo temporary
chairman. The conference committee, which
will meet a similar committoo on union and
harmony from the County Domocraoy, will
probably consist of Police Justice Patrick J,
Duffy, Aldorman Divvcr, Register James J.
Slevin, Edward T. Fitzpatrick, clerk in the
County Clerk's oflloo; Lawyer Potor Mit. M,
chell, Sonator Edward F. Reilly, Order of V
Arrest-Clerk Bornnrd V. Martin, ex-Al- M
derman George Hall, James Fitzpat I
rick, of tho Firo Departmont, Charier I
Stockcr, John J. Scannell, Doputy Sheriff I
Daniel llanloy, ex.Aldorman Junius Barker. I
ex-Hegister John Reilly, Supremo Court I
Clerk Richard J. Sullivan. Congressman F.
B. Spinola, Sonator Flunkltt, Commissioner
Croker, Sbcriu Grant, County Clerk Flack, i
W. Bourko Cockran, ex.Jndgo McQuade, Po- '
lice Justice Wolde, ex-Senator Forstor and
John U. U. Bronncr.
The County Democracy Commlttoe when
named will probably consist of Senator
Murphy, Warden Walsh, Polico Justico
O'Reilly, Commissioner of Jurors Charles
Reilly. ex-Deputy Coronor Donlin, Congress
man Timothy J. Campboll, ex-Mayor Edward
Cooper, ex-Assemblyman Daniol Patterson,
1'ohco Commissioner Voorhis, ex-Exciso
Commissioner William P. Mitchell, Police
Justice J .Henry Ford, ex-County Clerk Pat
rick Keenan, John Joralcinon, Senator James
Tlnlv TlinMine PnsHfrnn Hiinnrvlflrtr t9 tha
City Record, Polico Justico Maurice J.
Powor, Polico Justice Henry Murray,' Rev
enue Stamper James McCartney, Dennis A.
Spellissy, ex-Alderman Kirwin, City Revenue
Collector James J. Kelso, Henry C. Hart,
Polico Justico Andrew J. White, Alderman
James J. Mooney and Firo Commissioner
Henry D. Purroy,
Theso two committees will probably slm.
mer down to sub-committees composed of
suoh mon as Commissioner' Croker, Sheriff
Grant, W. Bourko Cockran and ex-Mayor
Cooper, Police Justice Maurice J. Power and
Fire Commissioner Henry D. Purroy. Tho
full conference committees will endorse the I
harmony adopted by tho sub-committee, the I
conventions will ratify the report of the con- I
ference committees and tho voters of the two
organizations will shout for the union ticket.
The leaders of the County Democracy havo
deoidod to nominate Randolph B. Martins
for Judge of General Sessions and Do Lancy
Nicoll for District Attorney.
Judge Donohue has scarcely any chance foi
renomtnation. Neither Tammany Hall noi
the County Domooracy cares to bother him.
It is said that he has given up all hope of re
nomination. The County General Committee of tho
United Labor party will meet this evening in
Clarondon Hall. The session will be an im
portant ono. It is likely that further ar.
rangements for carrying on the campaign
wilfbe mado, and some action taken with ref
erence to the candidates and the inspectors
THE RAMBLER'S RECORD.
At the Victoria ore Boron Viotinghoff and
Gen. J. H. Potter, TJ. S. A., is quartered at
J. A. Dougherty, TJ. 8. N., has found a
haven at the Fifth Avenue.
Judge O. T. Ranson. of Iowa, makos his
ViMirlnuartarB at the Fifth Avenue.
Iron Manufacturer John Roney, of Pitts
burg, rooms at tho Grand Central.
Ex-Gov. Rodfleld Proctor, of the Green
Mountain State, is at the Murray Hill.
The Victoria shelters CoL Clayton Me
Michael, United States Marshal at Philodel
phia. Kumismatio enthusiast Harry Chapman,
jr., of Philadelphia, makes his home for the
present at the Grand Central.
The rotund form and whiskered face of
Gov. J. R. Bodwoll, of Maine, may bo mot
with in the corridors of tho Fifth Avonu
Ex-Senator Ed. S. Esty, of Cayuga, Tomp
kins and Tioga district, a well-known monu
facturer of Ithaca, is at present at the Par)
State Senator L. W. Coo and family, oj
Torrington, Conn., have found a.restini
place in this desert of brick, stone and iron
at the Park Avenue Hotel.
Representatives Esmonds and O'Connor,
of tho Irish Parliamentary party, have re
turned from their Eastern trip and found a
temporary abiding placo at tho Hoffman
Ex-Speaker and ex-Congressman Charles B.
Skinner, who now assists A. S. Draper in
looking aftt-r the matter of publio instruc
tion in this Stato, may bo found at the Fifth
Walter Wilkinson, a large manufacturer ol
fancy hosiery at Nottingham, England, who
is contemplating the establishment of a faot
ory in the United States, stops at the Hoff
J. R. MoMurde, of Richmond, Va., repre
senting the Florida Southern Railway, Is at
the Astor House, looking after tho Interests
of winter tourists as well as those of his own
and those of his railroad.
Drlef Politics from Brooklyn.
Judge John Courtney Is making a sharp canvass
tor nomination for Sheriff on the Democraua
ticket. He Is very popular.
Alderman James Kane, the oldest member of
the Common Council, will not be a candidate for a
renomtnation In the First District.
Ex-Assemblyman Mortimer a Earl, of the
Twenty-sixth ward, wants the Dcmocratio nosu- "'
nation In the Fourth Senatorial District.
Supervisor Fltcble, Republican candidate for
Supervlsor-ut-Large, la a practical typesetter, and,
his friends predict for him a bLj labor vote, de
spite the fact that Boper visor James Waters Is
running against him.
Democrats In the Third Senator!! Dlstrlct.which
Is Republican by a majority of abont Ova thousand,
like the nomination of Capt. Eugene F. O'Connor
by the llcpubllcans. They think they eau best
him with State Comptroller Alfred a Chapm.
Michael J. Dady, viho has been threaten
Ing to leave politics and remove to New York,
has astonished somo of tho would-be leaders by
his recent successes. Although he had to drop
Alderman Dlrkett overboard, he controlled tho
Senatorial Convention and knocked out Tom Platt
by having Cant. O'Connor nominated for the Senate.
Park Row View of the Wet-Offlea,
South end Tired tramps leaning against the
dirty pillars and making them dirtier.
Centre TJnenthuslastlo Government laborers
slowly cleaning the pillars. I
North end Moro tired tramps rapidly sollui 0 I
clean pillars. k
Minister Manning's Widow Here. 1
Mrs. Thomas a Msnnlng, the widow of the 2
United States Minister to Mexico, arrived from I
New Orleans toil morning. As soon os sha has
recovered from the shock caused by her btubaud's 1
sndd.ndesth and from the fatigue; o : tjjonrnw, I