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I EDITION. I fgPJjl ffi " tS&WllD 1 EDITION. M jl PRICE OIVE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, J 87. PRICE ONE CENT. f9fl I TIIE WOODFORD' MEETING. H I IT 1IAS BEEN PEOCLAraED 1IUT WILL W SURELY BE HELD. 9 The Government Gathering in Policemen for ,8 Vie TcMorrow Exciting Times Bxpected A Girl Imprisoned for allowing; a Horn Chamberlain's Ulster TUIt n Failure M Threats of the London Worklnanien. H (special to Tnc EvxHtMO woeld ,1 Dublin, Oct. 16. It in announced this M. morning that the great meeting fixed for fl to.uiorrow iu Woodford County hns Uff been proclaimed. Notwithstanding the f meeting will be held. The speakers W, will include Messrs. O'Brien, Dil- 'M Ion. Hcaly. Gill and Shcehy, M. IVs, and two distinguished Englishmen, Mr. Wilfred 1 Brunt nnd Mr. llowntree. The objects nre I for protecting the tenantry from persecution I nnd for demanding relief from the intolerable I rack rents. JJ8J There is evory probability that the meeting ft will be a big ono, and every policeman is B being drafted from tho outlying districts. A requisition has been made for cars to convey them to tho placo of tho mocting. Exciting scenes nre predicted. H rnianTENZD by a totjno girl. H Tho imprisonment of a girl, fourteen years H of ago, for blowing a horn nnd " otherwise H intimidating," is tho latest oxploit of the H Government under tho Coercion aot. Sho is H the Woxford Jail, there to romain for four- B teen days. H CUAMEEELAIN'h VISIT A FAILURE. H Mr. Chamberlain, M. P., will leave this afternoon for England and thonco sails for H America. His -visit to Ulster has sorely H been an utter failure. Tho Orangemen H have not received him with the H enthusiasm ho oxpocted. It was the Whigs J only who have welcomed him. The Nation H nlists lmvo looked upon his visit with indif- f orence. Ho goes away a disappointed man. J To Rrconqner Htanley Fntls. SPECIAL CABLE TO TBI XVEXIHO WOULD.) Bbusszls, Oct. 15. Several papers to-day I state that the Government was resolve)! to I reconquer Stanley Falls from the Arabs by I an armed force. Capt. Vandorvelde, of I the Belgicn army, will command the I expedition, which is to bo composed of Bangelas and Housfas. It is arranged that the oxpedition shall reach tho Falls about the rf beginning of February add will effect a junc tion with Tippoo Tib and Major Bartlat in order to pacify and watch the country. Measles Rcnre the Czar. tSTECIAL CABLE TO THE EVEXIMa WOULD. London, Oct. 16. Tho Czar has left tho pleasant palace of Tredensborg, near Kopon- i hagen, most suddenly, owing to tho outbreak I of tho most malignant measals. Four chil- ' dren of tho Crown Prince of Denmark are very ill with the diseaso. Tbreata AsraJnst the Lord Mayor. fecial cable to the xvexwo would. I London, Oct. 16. A tremendous crowd is now assembled in Trafalgar square, and threats against tho lifo of tho Lord Mayor for his refusal to receive a Committee of tho Unemployed yesterday are being made. The Wasp Gtven Up aa Lost. FECIAL CABLE TO THE EVENIXO WOBLD. London, Oct. 15. The searching expedi tions after the British gunboat Wasp, recently lost in Chinese waters, have returned without finding any trace of tho missing vessel, and all hopes of finding her have been abandoned. Gladstoue Asked to Hhow IIU Hand. M fSlEOIAL CABLE TO THE EVEKINa WOBLD. Dublin, Oct. is. Mr. Chamberlain, In a speech m at the Glint's Causeway, appealed to Mr. Glad- stone to announce at the forthcoming conference Js at Nottingham the modifications of his Home Rulo S Man. W Foreian Flashes. Sfi Mr. Valentine Hindi, bailiff on Lord Lans. downe'a estates, has been appointed a land corri- 3 mlasloner nndor the new Land act. 5 ' Mr. Welsh, proprietor of the Wexford People, V has been summoned for publishing articles pro- I motlng the objects of the NaUonal League. f Blnce the German Crown Prince arrived at Baveno the Inflammation of the throat hoi been i . reduced and his general health has Improved. ,,'' The Emperor William has accepted an Invitation from Count Htalberg to do some shooting on tbe &' latter's ectate. The Emperor will go there on the vi sithlnst. and return to Berlin next day. Head the Sunday Would for Kelly Ely's 1 treat in a tnadhouse. I Dauiaired by a Morning Fire. j Fire, due to some cause as yet unknown, broke out In the sulphur works of Beggs A Btlll, Second I treet and Third avenue, Brooklyn, this inor nlng, n and beforo the firemen succeeded In getting It m uudcr control tso, eoo worth of property had been destroyed. The flames spread to the adjoining bulldiugs.occupled by Smith & Shaw as a maltstres factory, and In addition to the burning up of m 18,000 worth of goods a valuable horso was roasted alive. The losses are covered by Insurance. as I James Lovejar Ilarled to IIU Doom. I SPECIAL TO THE XVEMfMa WOULD.) Halifax, n. 8., Oct. W.-James Lovejoy, while m drank, Jumped from a train which was going full I speed, was hurled along the track bead flrst and I had his skull crushed by coming into contact with a a sleeper. He returned to conscience a ravluK maniac and subsequently died in great agony. m . ItepabKcan Iove Feait at Jamestown, SrECIAL TO THE ETEMIMO WOBLD,) Jaiiestown, N. Y.,Oct. 14. The lUpubllcans have a beautiful day for their love feast here. There Is a large crowd In town, Col. Fred Grant and senators ulscock and Miller were enthoslutl. W cally receivei j Four Men Blown to 1'leero. WnsBLtno, W. Vs. , Oct 18. A boiler exploded - l at saw-mlll at Thornton, not far from this city, 'I yesterday, killing four of the Ave employees. Not 8.T.e.,,15 ' tbe ml was left standing. The bodies 0i'he four men were found son feet from the scene of the accident, and were horribly mangled. lIH El Hhot a Pair or nig Otters. - B SriCIAL TO THE EVZEIHa WOBLD, M Wsbt Mobbis, Conn. , Oct. 16.-leorge Njble, t local sportsman, while bunting this morning, shot two otterr, the pair weighing fifty pounds, it U L ov fifty years since an otter has been shot In this AP section. H A MIslncBnslnerr Found Drowned. V The body of James Kcllet, an engineer, fifty jL years old, who had been missing from his horns, B SS.RL'iV BewateeWh street, sinoa Monday. L" h 2t"tt" dfy'.0 ,1" NorthBlTW "& A Hard Man to Suppress. m CULLEN EOVLED OUT. The Ilnndsouie Henntor From the Ninth 8old to Have Ueen Hhelvrd. Tho Kinth Senatorial District is bounded by Fourteenth and Eighty-sixth sts., Third avenuo and tho East Biver, and takes in tho cutiro Sixteenth Assembly District and tho creator portion of the Eighteenth, Twentieth and Twenty-second districts. It has been represented in tho past two Senates by John J. Cullcn, of Tammany Hall. Until a few days ago it looked as if he would be renominated as tho Union-Democratic candidate. The nomination was gen erally conceded to Tammany Holl.and Cullcn was known to be a favorito of Fire Commis sioner Bichard Croker. Since Thursday evening, however, there has beed a Bhake-up of the political.har mony dioo,. nnd it is declared that' big, handsomo John J. Cullcn has bocn shoved aside, and that the County Democracy will be allowed to name the candidate for Senator. Tho Wigwam warriors aro up in arms against this arrangement and are asking if Maurice J. Power. P. J., is going to dictate to Tam many Hail ns well as to tho County Democ racy. The harmony compact, which will put Cul len on tho shelf, gives to Tammany Hall a mojority of the Civil Justices. In return Tammany will surrender tho Ninth Sena torial District. Senator Edward F. Beillyis to be renominated, and Assemblymen Eugene 8. Ives and Jacob A. Cantor aro to be pro moted to the upper house. Senator Plun kitt, howover, will fight for a renomination, and his friends do not relish the proposed advacement of Ives. It is understood that tho new deal in (he Ninth Senate District means the nomination of Charles Stadlcr, County Democracy and Secretary of the Brewers' Associrtion. There ore Tammany Hall politicians who say that the counties will nominate John Hayes, who was def oated two years ago by OuUon. EARTHQUAKE RUMORS UNFOUNDED. A Fire Near Charleston Responsible for the Break In the Wires. Tho report that there was a rocurrenoo of eorthquako shucks at Charleston, S. O., as published in tho morning papers, caused a deal of apprehension in this cit , nnd tho tickors and The Evenino WonLD bulletins wero closely watched during the early part of the morning for news of tho supposed disaster. It was rcmombered that at tho time of the earthquake last year tho nows of tho calamity did not reach tho city for twenty-four hours because all com munication with Charleston by wire was out off, and, as telegraphio communication with that city suddenly stopped at 12.26 a. m. to-day, the fear of a return of the former calamity seomed to be well grounded. The Evenino World was, howover, able to relieve the apprehension by publishing a dis patch from its special correspondent at Charleston, who said that the break in telegraphic communication was the lesultof a largo fire among the ex. tensive phosphate factories at Magnolia, near Charleston, which melted all tho wires run ning into the city. BOTH SIDES STANDING! FIRM. A Compromise Not Yet lleaehed In the Print ers Strike The Situation. Tho failuro of lost night's conference bo tween tho Typothctm and President Qlackin and the committee of Typographical Union No. 6 has complicated matters in the strike of tho book compositors. The issue "card office" or "no card office "remains tho same as it did last Monday when the strike began. Moro than 700 compositors, pressmen and stereotypers thronged about Pythagoras Hall to-day eagerly discussing the striko. All declared their firm determination to hold out. At 9.80 eleven men employed in Coffin t Bogors's office went out. Two union men remained in. Tho names were given to the Strike Committee and they will probably bo expelled from tho union. In tho event of the sucocss of the strike in Coffin A Bogers'a of fice their discharge will be demanded. m u ' This Bora-ess on Evil Designer. SriCIAL TO TltX ETKXIVO WOULD. Boston, Oct. 18. Kdwln a. Burgess, a clerk In the Jewelry firm of S. A B. Ledevor, of Providence, B. I. , was arrested to-day for selling goods of the firm, valued at $l,oo and pocketing the proceeds. He sold Jewelry of all kinds to parties hero at a figure far bolow their value. Iu his trunk were found SI dozen gold-pitted watch chains, ssm pie chains, SI doxen rings, 1 doien lockets and I told watches. After his arrest Burgess broke down and confessed to the police, lie Is twenty three years old. Head the Sunday Would for Xelly Bly't meek in a madhouse. m en 81r Charles Tapper a 1'rohlblllonUt. ' SriCIAL TO TUE EVEMIHO WOBLD.) lUurAX, N. 8., Oct. 16. -Sir Charles Tupper, Canadian Minister of Finance and a representative on the Fishery Commission, has written a letter to his consUtueaw stating his belief In the tran scendent Importance of the temperance question ind pledging himself unreservedly to do erery thing in his power to aid the passage of the pro hibitory lawTiy the Canadian Parliament. Two More Victims of CbeUra. There were two more deaths from cholera on Btrinburne Island last night among the Alesia's Susensera. The total number of deaths up to Lu SmoTthe veassl left tho Mediterranean U tweatMlght. The Britannia, from Marseulos, U Mill detained down the bay. 4 V FOREIGNERS BUY OURSTOCKS. BULLS TWIST THE TIMID SHORTS AND THEY RUN LIKE SHEEP. Everybody that Speculates Breathed Ensler When They Discovered that the Allecrd Interview With Chnnncey M. Depetr Wns an Imposition Brokers Have a Lively Morning nnd 300,000 Nknres are Hold. Wall Btheet, Oct. 16 r. m. y. m a II E announcement S I 5Hw y The Evenino xSSrT 'fPlal Wckij1 yostorday that J< X1P Mr. Dopew repudiates AT Usi-sJ certain lauguago nt- v VytJ cent interviow on the iSTi ft1""11"'141 situation is l, i" correct. This nows R II was cnbld to London I nrul mru, n wildly j bullish market for PT Tk 'i I American socurltics if J - j! I thoro. As tho for- J I I ZZ f c'BuorB Pn ou ft M vSslsSir Kood many shorts ntJI&9 yesterday they cov VlTSaf$ J ore(j ju thiB mar ket this morning, taking altogether about 85,000 Bhares This, with tho fact that London prices came considerably higher than our closing figures of last night, gavo the bullB n chnnoo to twist tho timid shorts nnd the latter Tan like sheep. Prices Jumped 1 to 8 per oent. nnd excitement ran high until tho big bears suddenly came iu nnd squelchod ullfurthor efforts to put up tho list. Largo blocks of various utooks wore thrown at the retreating bulls and tho latter soon found that all their work oounted for noth ing. Tho early advance was wiped out nnd a number of tho bolter class of stocks touched tho lowest flguros of tho week. Even the powerful bankers behind Beading permitted that stock to drop nearly 2f por cent. Missouri Pacifio went down with a thud from 90 to 88, and Western Union tumbled from 76Jf to 78. The marked weakness of these shares gave rise to a report that Gould was furthering the ends of the bear party for some ulterior motive, Bupposod to bo tho Atchi son, Topeka nnd Bnnto Fe Bond. This company hnB been one of tho most vig orous fighters for a commanding position among tho great railway systems of tho coun try and some of its moves havo necessarily been antagonistic to Gould's Missouri Pacifio Hystem. Soino color is given to the report by the fierco raids made lately upon Atchison stock in Boston and Now York. The price broke to 90J6 regular, and to 89 seller, CO to-day. A short time ago Atchison rulod way above par. Tho Exchange closed at noon, as usual on Saturday, und it has been many a day Binco the brokers had as lively a time as during tho two hours of business this morning. Nearlv 800,000 shares changed hands, and of this total Beading came in for 106,000. . Imports of dry goods aiKr'genorol mor chandiflo at this port for tho week wero $7,812,804. Tho steamship Suevia to-day brought 2,934,000 marks. The bank statement shows a loss of $852,550 in surplus rouorve', which is now down to 87,200,178. LoanB wore increased $3,654,000, deposits. $4,881,000 legal-tenders, $782,700, and circulation, $12,300. Specie shows a da creoso of $415,000. THE FIQCrtES. Opn. High, Lou, Cloting CnidA Boutnsrn Ilk -?H M U Ohio. burl. Untncr 127 1MH 18 1J6 CMCMQiNortEwwt. ..1 107M 1UJ 105 JOSJi Ohio.. Mil. 4 8t. rnl........ JlH 71H .70 ,2 Ohio.; Mil. 48t. PauTofd.... 11? U3 ll5 111, Ohio., Hook Ii. 4 I'lciHo 113 li W( IW1 Uol. 4 Ilooklns V&llfj VH ilH iH 5W Colorado Ooi 4 Iron 33 33W k 3 Dal., Laok. 4 Waitera 131 UiV IKK 1MM Delaware AlUdion. Wit SH j!i VSjJ DenTotAmoGranoo 21 2lk 11 21 Dennr4HloOrandpfd MH tiH &3X 63d K.T.nn., Va. 4 Oeortia...... 5 M M K. Tonn.. Va. 4 Oa. lt Did.. 65 65 65 65 K:T0Sn:;Va.4Ga.Sdp?d... 18 ifa Vi'i 16 IUlnola cWral 115 115 115 116 Ind., Bloom. 4 IV.iUra l'JM UK UH Wi lati?:::: fSg SSi; lij) $ aorophla 4 ClwrlMton J. , 8 JO lohtaan Central 83W MM 83 A2i Mill.. J.. 8. 4 West , fOt? MS 80 HO M l. Ctf. 4 Weateru pf J 101 1M 103 1W MlMourl Jiaolflo W W HO Mil Mnaouri. Karuaa 4 teiaa 20)J 30J 30 50 MorrU4 X-i 185 W 135 135 Naabnlle, CbatU. 4 bt. h.. Wj 71 JJ Cj NewJerMrCeutral .73 73 70V 70M New Vorkfaentral......... 10J 10JV lWlJ 10J! Newfork4NewKnsland..... 3j3 36 35 SJlJ N. V., ghle.4Ht. I'nlapfd 37)3 4S 37 37 N Y. takeKrle4Witni1. 35Z MH Wsi 35 N. Y. L. Krie 4 Wertrn pld. 6U'J l bin 01 N. Y.I Bol 4 Wet. pfd 37 37 36 S Norto(k4W.iMm....j Uit 1V 13K 13 Korfolk 4 WeiUnirid UJV 33 34 U uh. Northern PacWopfa 4IH 4J 43Z Ohio 4 illanleelppl. 2 Ik 31i 31)2 21'i ODtarlo4WeatVni...M 16.W 13X 16 16X Oregon Hallway 4 NaTlsatlon. 8H 83J4. Mg Bju Or4on TianaoontlnenUl 17'i 17'. IS 1CJ Orexon ImproTement MH 35X 35M MX PaoTaoJlUl. 35 85 3Ji; 34 1-hlladelplila 4 Beatlo ,63 63 iW Cu Pullman Palace Oar Oompao. 17 147 1J HIS! Ulchmod4WMtPmtTer.. 3JU 31 'i yll, 31), llloS74 Wwt Point Ter.pM.. 6(T 6U 50 60 Ht. l'anl 4 Omaha .......... 37 W 87K MW SflW St. Paul 4 Omaha, oti.. ...... V$i 103? 1011? ljm St. Paul. MlnnT Manitoba. W 7,, 97 ftT St. IionCT4 Baa Frauolaoo. ... M H hlK 83H 1 8t. Louir4 8an Fran, pfd WVZ MH 57 Texas Paotrio...... 332 Wi 5l 311 Tenneaaea Ooal 4 Iron 33W 33 M 33lj 33U Union Paclflo 5 4JH 44 g Wabaah. 8t. Louia4Paolflo.,. 10 18 14 14J Wabaahlst. L. 4 Paolfio pld. JiSu u -ji ,' WeaUrn Union Tef;raph W. ?65 73S 73)1 Wbeeltns 4 Lake Krl 40 40 40 40 es dlrldend. Tips from Tbe Uvcnlng World's Tlrbrr. The Street looks In vain for a tangible reason for the morning's slump. a Tho Iowa Central report for Hay, June, July and August shows total earnings of liu0,ouo. Notwithstanding tbe sluuiplsh look of the market there was considerable buying tor lmcstiuvnt going on to-day. Henry Clews says It Is the result of one of the strongest bear raids of the season, comparatively unsupported by circumstances. Loans of tlmo money during the past week havo been comparatively Urge, although the supply does not yet meet tno demand. A St. Paul offlclal says this morning that the earnings for the next three months will be the largest In the history of tbe company. 1. I). Armour says that good times are coming. Various scares contribute to depress tlie market, but the country Itself Is prosperous, which fact must soon tell " on 'change," Cbauncey 11. Dcpew's denial, or rather qualifica tion, served to cause a strong opening, but the un loading process was too much for the market, despite a strong Ixiudon opening. Mr. Wormser says to-day that at yesterday's Heading committee meeting a complete reorgan ization was decided upon by a unanimous trustee vote, and that new securities would be issued be fore Dec. SL Oencral Mtnager Miller, of tbe Ht. 1'isl road, says that reports of unhealthy business conditions In the West are ' ' all bosh. " Trade Is brisker and the volume of business much more extensive than ever. The falling off of railroad earnings In tbo West U not due to the loss of bnalntsa but simply to a reduction consequent upon the action of the State Commissioners. Mo mure meddling will be done by tham.he thinks, and an Improvement, gen eral and extensive, u In order. i1 1 sififrfoiti'rWsr' W iVii' f I ahtrf.-rai .tttt is i, jJkjiS, Kll MILMirS BKULIi CUACKK1). The Noted llunco-Slrcrer Injured In a 1'ls.lit with n. Countryman. Tho long immunity from punishment en joyed by Kid Miller, tho notorious confl dcuco man and " bunco " steercr, has at last come to au end. Kid Miller lies nt tho Now York Hospital with a fractured skull, given him by ono of IiIb would-bo victims. Tho story of IiIb punishment has not coino from tho lips of tho "Kid" himself. On tho contrary, ho has dono his best to shroud tho affair iu mystery. At 1 o'clock yesterday morning a cab droo to tho hospital and Miller was helped up tho steps by a flashily dressod man about thirty years of ngo. Tho Kid was in a half dazed condition. Blood streamed from his cars and noo. I In was taken up to ward 17 and wns at ouco oxnmiuod by Dr. J. L. Adnius. Beyond an abrasion near tho right tar thoro was no vislblo wound, but tho symptoms pointed tin. mistaknbly to a concussion of tho brain or a fractnro of tho base of tho skull. Miller would givo no delhilto information as to how ho camo by his injuries. At ono timo he said that he was pushed out of n bar room, but nftorward said that ho foil on tho sidownlk nt Twenty-eighth Btrect and Sixth avenuo. Ho gavo his namo as Charles E. Miller, of No. 48 West Twenty-sixth street. Ho has hired a room at that address for tho past twelve months. An Evenino World reporter found Hint Miller left his room nt 8.30 o'olook Thursday night with Jim Holland, who called thoro for him. Tho pair woro aftorwnrds scon at tho Browor House, tho Sturtovant House and on the Ridrwalk in front of tho Fifth Avenuo Hotol. At 10 o'olook Miller wns soon in conversation with a lull, florid comploxiouod man, woaring a slouch hat nnd sidowhiskors, who looked like a prosperous countryman. They walked along Twcnty-ninth street to Sixth avenuo nnd entered Draper's saloon at the northeast corner of Thirty-first street. Holland j oinod them soon afterwards and they remained there till noarly midnight. Tho men went into another saloon a block further up the avenue, and at 12.30 tho cab men at the stand near tho littlo park at Thirty-second street heard loud cries nnd saw three men in conflict iust under tho stcpB of the elevated railroad on tho downtown sido. Ono of them was the countryman, who ran up the elevated steps, leaving Miller grasping in a dazed woy ot tho railing. His fnond hailed a cob and tho two wore driven to tho hospital. Tho presumption is vory strong that Millor's as Hailant was ono whom tho two mon wore try ing to swindlo or hnd already stripped of his money. " Kid " Miller is ono of tho boldost and most successful members of tho fraternity. Ho is a young man about thirty years of ago, with a tnin, clean-shaven fnco and a sharp noso. He was constantly to bo seen in uppor Broadway, near tho ho tels and theatres. Ho is always fault losBly dressed, affecting wido trousers spot less whito waistcoats, high callers and a silvor-headed cauo. Iio nsuulljsworo a ooat and waistcoat of black Melton cloth and a Bhiny bilk hal. He has been in the hands of tho police many times, but has novor been held. After he had been committed two or three times under the vngranoy aot ha al ways took tho precaution to keep a ten-dollar bill in his pocket, so they had to let him go. On May 7 ho approached Valentino O. King, CoubuI to Madrid, who was then stay ing at tho Qilsoy House, and worked him bo successfully that Mr. King lott $3S0 in the conrso of tho ovoning. He met Miller two days later and had him arrested. The Kid was hold for trial and looked up in the Tombs, but tho Consul had to loavo tho city and could not prosecute the suit further. Miller attended tho rooent Methodist Ministers' Confercnco in New York and swindled one of tho members out o $75. Tho minister wanted tho matter hushod up, and again Miller escaped. Last week Miller told his landlady, Mrs. Fowler, that ho thought ho would go into a reputable business. He said that tho police prossed him too closely. "One thing I'm glad of," said he to Mr. Fowler, on a former oocasion, " I'vo always kept tho name of Miller. It's my own nnino and I wouldn't haveilugruccdit if my people had treated mo right." Miller is a college gradttato. Ho studied for the law. At noon to-day tho doctors at tho hospital said that his condition had changod very much for tho worso. LABOR'S PROTEST. A Great Gathering Kxpccted Iu Union Square to Denounce the Police Outmsje. Tho Progressive Labor party leaders aro making extonsivo preparations for tho mass meeting in Union Square on Monday evening noxt to protest agaiubt the recent police out rage. They expect that all tho trades and labor unions will turn out in a body and at tend tho demonstration. Judging from tho reports and tho intense feeling which tho clubbing has aroused there will bo nn immonso gathering. Tho union men of both labor parties have announced thoir inlontiou of uttoiullng, Several of tho Brooklyn labor unions havo nnnouucod their intention of attending tho mass-meeting. m I,yluir lii 8lulo In the City Hall. It took eight men to carry tho coffin containing tho embalmed body of (Ion. Judson Kllpatrlck from room 18 In the City Hall upstairs to tho Govern or's room this morning. The toffln, which has not been removed from the pine box, was placecJust In (rout of the main tMrauco, with tho head a few feet from Waxhlneton's old writing table. It was covered with the national colors, and a guidon of Kllpatrlck rout, U. A. 1L, was ;placed at cither side of the head. The guard consisted of six men from the smepost. The ooirln which holds the body Is, was furnUheil by nil undertaker of Chill. Ho charged f i.ooo for It, but' has not yet ieen paid. Ihe State assumed the responsibility, Imt the authorities are dissatisfied and think thai the charge Is exorbitant. Kxpcrta will bo called upon to place a valuation on the comn. The body Kill lie In state until Tuesday, without the pin lox, when tho Interment will be made at West Point. si They Like Hlr Charles Tupper. lll'KIlL TO THE JtVIVlHO WOBLD. Montkral, Oct. is. The nomination of Sir Charles Tupper, to act as the Canadian representa tive for tho settlement of the fisheries question, gives satisfaction here, although great surprise Is expressed that Hlr John MaclKinaUl was not ap- I minted. It Is certain, of course, that the Imperial loverument -m 111 sanction ttlr Charles's appoint Tho llryant Literary Hsclety. The llryant Literary Society, of Brooklyn, Ji JuBt entering Its tenth yesr. It Is tbo finest organiza tion of tho kind In tbe State. It Is supported by soino of Brooklyn's best citizens. Through the oourwsy of its very popular President, Charles L, lllckerson, several concerts and lectures will be given before the society this evening, for which the best talent In the country has been Engaged. Hrblenimrr to be Ilanicd. Joseph Bcblemmcr, the Jersey City wife mur derer, was this morning sentenced to be hanged on Deo, 14. IIAUN TO GO ON DUTY AGAIN. NOTHING TO PREVENT JACK HUSSErS SLAYER FROM ACTING AS POLICEMAN. Hnpt. .11 or ray Rrromnirnds Hint Charcra be 1'rererrrd Asnlnal 111m nn Which He Dlny be Illsnilased At the Widow's Lone ly Home Kxprrsftlnim at liidlnrttlon Ilrnrd on Kvery Side nt the Verdict. M,jffij . JL UCH Burpriso is ox pTT KCjl lyl pressed on every bond lE ul I I nt the verdict acquit. -:!H tins I'ollcoman Ed ,fv; TiL wnr1 1Ifthn of all rS. blamo for tho killing "jj of Capt. Jack Hussey, JsTj and surprlo gives i pluco to indignation ?TS " when it is known that flll Hahn will bo restored J 1 1 1 J 1 to duty immediately. I A ' j Hahn presented hlra- I :Vi,i i f self to 8upt. Murray 1 l ''' S S s 1 evening for duty l iK counsel. Ho was told flM I XJKfj ut he could not -bo f$V ffli rifuV re8toro without the llyyV JT MIIyj, ordor of the Police Vw" yvVWj Commissioners nnd YST Jrf l that ho must appear f r jif again this morning. Promptly at 0 o'olook Hahn was on hand. He woro an air of deflanco not in oooord with his nervous demeanor nnd the uneasy way his gaze wun- dcrcd from Tub AVobld which he csbayed to read to tho faoo of ovcry new eomor. Supt. Murray lias submitted n report to tho Police Commissioners, in which ho re cites tho arrest, trial and acquittal of Hohu, and odds that as thoro are no charges on tbe books oxcept for tho shooting of a cit izen, of which a jury has exonerated him, ho would recommend that Hahn bo re stored to duty, but that ho bo transferred to another precinct. The Superintendent also recommends that Cant. Slovin, Halm's bu. perior oflioor, profor charges against him, be cause ho did not roport for duty immediately after tho return of tho policemen's picnio on tho evening of the shooting. Theroforo, Hahn will again wear tho uni form and shield of a policeman, but ho will probably bo transferred to the Eighth Preoinct, where " Lightning Charloy " MaDonnoll.who is known as one of tho best disciplinarian on tho foreo, pre sides. Hero ho will probably bo asbignod to " Iioiibo duty " till tho charges aro tried. It is thought that ho will undoubtedly bo dis missed from tho force on those charges. Ono of tho curious features of tho caso is that while , under suspension, unless the charges aro sustained, liahn's par goes on, and on his reinstatement, which follows Ufe acquittal bv ttho jury, Halm will receive about $150 back pay, accumulated while ho has been confined in tho Tombs awaiting trial. The flrst now s of tho ac'quital was convoyod to Polioo Headquarters by telephone from Capt. Donald Grant of tho City Hall station. It created u great sen satiou among tho offiaials of tho Department, and strong expressions of indig nation were heard. Hahn docs not stand well with tho rank and fllo of the police. Hupt. Murray was guarded in hfs remarks, but tho following expressions woro heard : Hupt. Murray Tbo verdict of twolvo men wns to tho effect that Hahn was faultlesa of murder, and, so far as tbelr verdict goes, justified him In shooting down Jack Hussey. It is greatly to be iograttod that any member of the polloe force bould get Into such trouble, and while not pre pared to express my opinion on tho justice of tho verdict, I must accept it as It is. I have directed Habn to report to me for duty every morning at V o'clock until tho Board takes action. Inspector Williams Tbe killing of Hussey was In my own Inspection district, and I am much sur prised at tho verdict. Mr. Howe said to me Thurs day evening that the most that ho expected to do was to save Habn's neck. Inspector Steers The'saddcst parftjf this affair Is that the verdict restores Hahn to duty as a policeman, nnd of course carries with It all his backpay. A policeman Is sworn to protect life and iiroriertr. and Is never Justified Iu taklna human life until all other resources have fulled. District Attorney Martlno I was surprised. The rase was admlralily prosecuted by Col. Kellows, and I cannot fathom by wbat courso of reasoning the jury arrived at an acqutttsl. Had they found a lesser degree of crime, I should not have been sur prised, for juries seek continually to find sumo manner of escape for the accused In a capital case. Ex-Judge Bedford A Jury Is less to be de pended on th in a race borso. They com let wbero an acquittal Is Jnst and acquit when there seems only evidence of guilt. Judge Cowing I am astonished. I thought tho verdict would be murder In tbe second degree or manslaughter. Tho humble homo of Jack Hussey was not cheered when Comolius Hussey brought tho news of the verdict to his mother, that tho ulnyor of his father hod resumed his place in bociety, unpunished and acquitted of guilt. Mrs. Hussey was sitting droopingly by tho lire this morning, a mournful picture in her black dross, her face drawn, her oyes red with weeping, and her worn hand, with tho plain gold wedding-ring on the finger, hang ing nervelessly over the arm of tho oluur. " I think that it's wrong," sho said, in a voico that trembled, to TrtE Evenino World reporter. " I wasn't suro they'd hang him, but I thought they'd put him by for twenty years, at least, for killing as good a man as my husband. Thoro was lying enough done. I don't seo how they could lot him off." "It was an outrage," said tho pretty wife of young nusfioy. " Ho's a lucky man to got off that way." Cbauncey Ilrpew llomr Asialn. Chauncey M. Depew aud Cornelius Vandcrbllt arrived at the Grand Central Depot this aflcrnoou at IS. a. They were both looking well and talked enthusiastically of tbelr trip In tho West. Mr. Depew said they had travelled 5, eoo miles and tnat they passed over tbe Canada Southern, Michigan Central, Lake Shore, Chicago and North west, the Wist Shore aud tho Bee Line, and Mr. Vandrrbllt added that be had never seeu the roads In a better or moro promising condition. Mr. Dcpcw said that thcro Was not the slightest danger of panic so far as he could sec, and that In the Interview with him from St. Louis bo had been Incorrectly repbrted. What he did say was that real-catato speculation had been overdone In some parts uf tbe West, but Its effects were purely local, and that now enterprises were springing up wherever he and Mr. Vandcrbllt had visited. Only the Woman Illumed for IIU Dentil. Detectives Dldlcr and McCarthy, of the West Twentieth Street Police, produced James Fceney In tbe Jefferson Murket Court tbls morning on the suspicion that be bad aided In the assault which caused the death ot Mlchasl White Tbe latter was thrown down stairs at J4 West Blxteenth street by Feeney'c wife Catherine, who ssya that Whlto Insulted her. The wife was arrested. As no evldenoe was produced Implicating the hatband, Jostle Duff discharged him. Jlowo tho Scales Were Weighted. WILL POWDERLY RESIGN ? The Labor Knights Have a Great llonr Over Horry nnd Dolley. (SI'ICIAL TO TUS KVIXIXQ WOSLD, Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. IB. This morning General Master Workman Pow dcrly attached his signature to his peremptory resignation of that po sition. He will withhold the presentation of this dooument to tho assem bly pending notion upon a report of the Com mittee on Laws which was submitted just beforo adjournment last evening. Tho battle was over tho proposition to givo Powdcrly power to appoint his Cabinet. Tho proposition was introduced in the Con. ventfon last night and for sevoral hours dis. cunsion wns hot. The session adjurnod without deciding anything. As the situation stands tbls morning Powaerly's onpontnents have tho best of it. As soon as the amend ment was proposod.'W. T. Lewis, of Shawnee. O.. the bosom friend of Messrs. Barry and Bailey, against whom the moasuro was de signed to operate, jumped to his feet and charged the administration with conspiracy, maintaining his position and pushing the charges with a vigor that surprised every, body. Tho strangeness of the whole pro ceeding, ns far as tno administration party is conoerned, appears when it is known that s proposition to restrict tho number of mem. hers on the Genornl Executive to three was reported unfavorably yesterday morning and rejected without debate by Powderly's friendB, who proposed a similar measure in the afternoon. Mr. Powderly was seeu early this morning, and refused to express his opinion. That thcro is troublo brewing is very evident, as Mr. Powderly might havo easily discredited tho rumor by declaring that there was no lack of harmony in the Board. Tho Press Committee had put such a seal upon the proceedings of the convention that it is difficult to obtain the exact facta; O'BRIEN WILL "STAY IN. i The Uepnblican Commissioners Ilavve a Little (lame of Their Own. Tbo friends of John J. O'Brien feel very uneasy at the sudden change of front assumed by Commissioners French and McClave. O'Brien's days may well be said to be numbered as Chief of the Bureau of Eloctions. Tno Republican Commissioners by casting their votes for Bichard E. Mett, one of the thfeo eligible competitors sent up by tho Civil-Service Commission, virtually declared a willingness to cut loose from tho O'Brien influonce, and it is felt at Police) Headquarters that they havo played a very sharp ganio, nnd placed tho responsibility 'of permitting O'Brien to "hold ovor" on Voorhis and Porter, tho Democratic Com missioners. Commissionors French and McClavo pre. sented to tho Board of Police Commissioners at its mooting this morning, a note saying that in their opinion the Inspectors of the United Labor party are being, deprived of the legal rights granted them by tho Legisla ture, and voting to postpono until after Nov. 8 tho resolution calling upon O'Brien to show cause why ho appointed tho Labor in OVERPOWERED BY BURGLARS. Watchman Jobu Gould Iladly Deafen While nl Ills Duties at Ihe Ttvoll Mills. SPECIAL TO THE EYEMI1IO WORLD.) Conocs, N. Y., Oct. IB. Burglars effected an entrance to tho Tivoli Knitting Mills early thiB morning. They wero discovered by Joseph Gould, but ho was overpowered and kicked insensible Tho burglars escaped. The watohman's detector, whioh wasattaohed to a heavy chain, is smashed in pioces, and it is thought it was used over tho head of ono of tho burglars. Tho polico nre at work ou tho case. The watchman is in a critical con dition. m si lllsss Is a Tucker Anarchist. srXCUL TO TUX XVEDiaO WOBLD. Boston, Mass., Oct. 16. At the Land and Labor Club meeting in Boston Hall last night ono of the most prominent members of tho club, D. H. Biggs, aroso and announced that ho debired to resign his position as Dis trict Orgnnizer of tbe George movement, as well as Tub membership in tho club, on ac count of tho faot that he had become an Anurchist. or extreme individualist, of tho Tuokeronian school, llenj. It. Tucker is tho editor of l.ibtrty, tho organ of tho Philosoph. leal Anarohists in America. This was re ceived with great astonishment, and tho olub was not slow to accept the resignation, although bovernl members labored with the erring brother, but to no purpose. It was announced that the Antl-Voverty Society would have a big meeting Sunday night in Agrticultural Hull, and the society has set that evening aixirt as " Now York night." Kelly lily iclll relate more of her ttrange exptriemta on BlackuclPi Uland in the Sun day WoBU). Dropped Dead In the Vaults. Joseph S Ives, C95 East Ono Hundred and Sixty fourth street, dropped dead this morning at tho Mercantile Safe Deposit vaults in the Equitable Uulldlug. Ho was a retired mcrcbaqt, without family, seventy-four years old. His nephew, E bcrt J. Mlllbauk, of 1S1 East Thirty-eighth street, deposed at the Coroner's Inquest that his undo bad been lu feeble health for some time. Mr. Ives called at the storage vaults at 11 o'clock and had just locked his box after examining It. when he fell back dead. Vmax rour crandfathar bonsbt his clock, thsrs yon can t aubaUotlal IcmimmsaiidClAftrsTt. KaUb. lUhadbO rears. CowrssTBWAIT. 163 to 1M Ohathaaa at., 1113 a Mi Park Bow, haunts Olty Hall sad Chatham Bqnara, fries lists mtUad, UoodaatctSTtry her vse day, V L TUE NICK OF ME.,JM H PROBABLE AnEMPT TO WRECK -TH1 M rRESIDEKTIAL TRAIN. vliessH JIB Tho Pilot Train Discovers a Dnrnlntr Trestle ('-U'fljM In Arkansas Had tho Discovery Beea' 'MM Made Ten Bllnntea Later a Catastrophe .W'Laaaal Would Have Keaulted-A Iteporler TMaka 4S1M the Fire was Bet by Wreckers. tMM srxcUL to mi xvxxnta woxld.) oJH Chicago, Oct. IB.-A JVeuu spoclal frost VJI Momphis,Tonu.,Raysi "When tho pilot trsta !BH preceding tho Presidential train arrived 4 '!w3JH trestlo botween Bonnorvlllo and Jonesboro, JOI Ark., yestordar morning, tho engineer dis. VH covered tho trestlo to bo on fire. He did not I ; raako tho discovery until it was too late to -ijH stop the train boforo tho ongino had paaseel ''.i'flH ovor tho burning portion. As soon as poatU ' H bio he backed tho train off the trestle and'M;:H jumped down to examine tho fire. (' V'.JdjH He found that a section obcrat ) f ten feot square was in flames V-H and that the flro had beon started on tbe s'vSH under side of tho timbers. The cngi- 'VLjH neer and all tho rest of the trainmen, o'?H with the help, of some of the pec V'H songers, succeeded in putting out tho fir,; V;"JHB when it was discovered that tho flames !i-H had not eaten dangerously for into tho wood, M'aaaH and the trestlo was Btlll safe for the passage ' H of trains. Had the train been ton minutes H later, howover, there might have been an- IssIbbbI other Chntsworth horror to chronicle." f iflLnnnl A A'sim staff correspondent who happened '.H to bo on tho train mado a careful exomina ' H tion of the burned timbers, which gavo-' fl-H unmistakable evidence of on attempt at train, ', jaBssH wreaking. iNsasssi Tho fire was started on the under side olh ''H tho cross-ties insuch a manner that there can i'l bo no possiblo belief that sparks were tno cause of it. Then, too, the fire was certainly v sot to more .than one tie at a V'lssBtal time, for it could not have jumped . 'IjEH from ono to another without burning tho , 'IflB sides of the timbers more than it did. The " JH oonoluaion is almost irresistible that soma-' C'l body had applied a torch to at least eight ow vlfisssBafl nino of tho timbers: ssscssi HE DIES ON THE PLATFORM. TH Judas Bllett Expires After Weleoralas; taW hsnnnannl President to Memphis. jJLanna (SfECUL TO TOE EVEBMO WORLD. ' -H MEMT-ms, Tenn., Oot. lB.-Judge H. K.' ' 3H Ellett, who made the address of welcome to M-tuB the President, died on the grand stand be- vi'tBj fore the ceremonies were oompletod. In the- '&H course of his address Judge Ellett saidi AH ' ' Nowhere all through tins broad land will ''JB you find more loyalty to tho Constltatloa Vjl an4 to the Government created byit, than 'IvH among the people of tho Southern States.' "'rfJB President Cleveland hod not more thaa , 'H-l finished his address in reply, when it wa 'jfH noticed that Jndgo Ellett had been taken III fH In ten minutes he was dead. laaaH raaaaal DETECTIVE OWEN HALEY DEAD. J Ills Lous Pursuit of Criminals Ended by t MjTOH Fall from a Window. .Jasana jJ&BJJBBSBJ Detective-Sergeant Owen Haley, one of the fH best-known members of Inspector Byrne' 9H staff, died at midnight at Mount Sinai Hos- , .r&H pital of injuries received by falling out of a "v window at his home at No. 72 East '4lH Eighty ninth street. He had heard a) SH disturbance in the Btrect, and, opening the window to learn the cause, he lost his baU JasflLa anoe. His skull was fractured and both,' a 3bbbbI thighs and his right arm were broken by tho, SujH fall. He was forty-two years old and leaves' y i-M a widow on d throe small children. ';4sbbb1 Haley's tall, slender form, brown ratuu. JH tacho and shrewd eyes were familiar to thou-1. "H sands on Broadway, whero he did detective) V"?9H duty for years beforo ho was attached to th. 3H Central Office. In one month alone." v:f;;iH July, 1878, he distinguished himself by arrest-- VWm ing no less than seventeenpickpockctsln that, . 'iH thoioughfaro, tho effect of his work being ta j V'MH make thieves give Broadway a wide berth.) tiJM Whilo under Inspector Byrnes he took psrV .'ttH in the arrest of many celebrated criminals. ' 2H "faaasBal Homervllle Wants a New Railroad. sanal SrECUL TO THM EVE KIKO WOULD.) csaaaBai Boukkvillk, N. J., Oct. 10. An Informal meeU , vH Ing of the prominent men of Somervllle was held' tH at the CouruUouse last night and a committee ot j 4 three, consisting of J. D. Smith, A. Dixon and &jNH Joshua Doughty, Jr., was appointed to take steya iMM to bring about tbo organization of a railroad cosWJ H pany to run a line from Peacock to Somervllle. aaasas Report That Illcks Has Skipped. ' - fH WiLLiMiNTic, Conn., Oct. 15. The Hartford jfH Televram to-day publishes a sensational story t SB tho effect that Cashier Hicks, of tbe Stafford,! 3H Springs National Bank baa skipped to Canadajj ' gR The story is utterly discredited by President Crane, ,'jiH of the defunct bank, and other prominent BUffonit ?JH people. He says that Hicks Is in Hartford wHh! -IH relutlt cs and will return to btafford this aftarnooav Jaaaal . .7 nuasBB Commercial Colon m. Good Thins, annal (srirzaL to tbe evkhiao woeld. wsbsbb! MONTHiaL, Oct. 15. The announcement that) vaaaaai Mr. Dayard Intends to propose commercial nnloa 'HH Is well received here. It Is felt that commercial, 'Vrfl union would be a good thing for Canada and that inl It would forever dispose of a question which bass, ti'JM glv en a great deal of trouble to England. janl 3flSBl Knaps from the Hounder. nsaal St. Paul, Minn., Oct. IB. George Allen, ta disS actor, dropped dead hero at his hotel at an earljf) 'flbaai hour lo-day. J jJaB Bt. Paol, Minn. , Oct. is. A dUtlnguUhed partj fyJM ot Scandinavian army officers are in this city, i jusaal They called upon Oen. Ituger to-day, anal MiNNBAroLis, Minn., Oct. is. Editor Bllven, of .'-tjgsal the Tribune, has not apologized for tbe scurrilous editorial on Mrs. Cleveland, as demanded by the -vtisnal City Council. STai 8BAX0MB. Wis. , Oct. 18.-TWO wealthy; ' jrouMj glH ladles who were married for fun to two of their '!yifl male acriualntances nnd that they have bee tasH married In earnest. 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