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Hfe: " 4 "" TIIE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1887.
y .'MORE BOODLE FOR FELLOWS.
R" BQTO8 DEALERS CHIP IN 930,000 TO HELP
Bg boss rowts out.
HP 11m M oner Part of the Fund Halved te Curry
B Clos. Legislative DltrlctsT. be Vl la
BK , Thl CI tr te Mar the Bees.' Ticket
Kt 8al.ewK.eper Told Thar Will be "Fro-
Hf- tfrted IT Fellow la Elected.
-. The liquor dealers of this city hare po-
H UUeal, proteotire and ltfdtlatlTB Rsaoclatlon
H$( which hoi ft membership of over three
Hgtt 'tfe aand. There is a central organization
H, td connected trith it ore twenty, four A
H&jt sembly Dictrlct associations.
K The central body ia always represented at
wBu Albany during the winter by a committee,
Hr , "whose duty it it to watch legislation affecting
Hkf their Interests. The Democratic party la in
KF record m favoring " the enactment of Just,
B wise and equitable ezcito laws," and 1U
K 1 representatives havo ever ooposed the passage
H&-' of arbitrary and puritanical laws. For the
Ka ' past few years, howeTer, the Liquor Denlcrs'
f Association ha taken an nctlvo part in favor.
HEv i&U or opposing excise laws.
E; After the adjournment of the lastlgis-
Hfi?& Jatore, tho offlcera and prominent members
Hfft of the, association held a meeting and de-
Kr ,oidcd to raise a " boodle' of $100,000 for tho
Hjt' ' present campaign. The money was to bo
HLf i spent in sis close Senatorial districts and in
V4 4en eloM Assembly district. All these die.
Kv trlctswore to be outrido of tho counties of
K t New York and Kings.
k-J, The boodle, it was hoped, would result in
a '. Riving to the association the balance of power
m4 " tha Legislature, and thus enable the asso-
p'i, elation to secure tho passago of n law that
k !v "would cult the liquor dealers, or, at least,
Bl POTent the enactment of laws against their
I' The nun of $60,000 was duly raised in this
K city by assessment and contribution. A
WK , week ago tho boodle was to hare been dis.
t. tntrated for use in the sixteen rural nnd
HM. doubtful Senatorial and Assembly districts.
Hpr Then a halt was ordered. Hobs Power and
WHEN; ex-Mayor Cooper came to the front. Thoy
&v aald that the boodlo from this source
could be used to better adTantoge in this city.
B," They argued that there were several doubtful
HfeK, Senatorial and Assembly districts south of
K. the Bronx Hirer, and besides it would bo ,,fo
Pr the interest of the liqnor dealers to elect Ool.
ftj John B. Fellows District-Attonioy.
Ek-i Tho officers and Campaign Committee of
H the Liquor-Dealers' Association held a con-
RV vultation n few days ago, and, after n few
cl minutes consideration of Doss Power's re.
B quest, decided to aocedo to his wishes. It
ra -was practically resolved that a hoodie should
K' be handed over to Boss Power to help him in
K& ' flKh agalnt the election of De Lancey
Hr The effect was this i Lost Wednesday Boss
LwHR Power and the Finance Committee of the
LV Bosses and the Boodlers were handed 930,000
Ku to bo spent for Ool. Fellows. The membors
KP' '' '' of the Btate Committee gave their consent
H; tr to the transfer, saying that it was useless to
Bi vV attempt to capture tho next Legislature.
EC, They also thought that the liquor dealers'
' boodle, if spent in this city for. Ool. Fellows.
Hp; Would get rote for tho State ticket.
HHpi BeTeral prominent members of the Liquor
f , Dealers' Association are " kicking " orer tho
Hi&' transfer of the fund they helped to raiso. It
HE was their opposition which prevonted Boss
Hfi Powenfrom receiving the entiro boodle of
Hf 960,000. ,
K" A number of browers have organized for
KfU Vl- Fellows and are telling their customers
Kt . that they wiU bo " protected " If Ool. Fellows
kV'- is elected.
Hp' Mr. Sheridan Shook, who is the Itepub.
B Ucan district leader and a brewer, is in favor
H&f' ofMr.Nlcoll's election, and is not taking
K ,any part in the brewers' campaign for FeU
Er lows. He thinks the brewers, as an organ).
h)- otlon, are making a mistake,
K0 .Mr. Shook is betting that Nicoll will be
BF" DAYID SCOTT STILIi M1SS1N0.
HSfe, sn Company Not DoIdb Anythlnf To-
K wards Finding Hint.
BP - Nothing has been heard from David Soott,
Hh Of tho firm of Vernon Bros., since the letter
B? that he wrote Oct. 35. In that letter tho inlss-
IHP , . ins man suggested that tho firm bo dissolved
e and that he withdraw. It is understood that
K', jjtio raggestion was at once acted upon.
M Thomas Vemon, senior member of tho
M;r Arm, still scouts the Buicido theory,
K j and seems to take the disappearance
M& x philosophically. A representative of the
p firm when Scott's accounts were first inves.
B$ v tigated had a talk with police detectives, but
ft,. they told him that there was little that could
K'" be done in the matter. The firm has not em-
W& ployed detectives to hunt Scott.
K Oren M. Beach, the accountant who is in-
K Testigating the firm's books, says that tho in-
B' aebtedness between tho Ivanhoo Company
&', and Vernon Bros, is about $60,000, and Mr.
rnmfp Vernon says that with the exception of about
HCf ' 819,600, he did not authorize the advance of
S' CCO.OOO made by Scott to the Ivanhoo Com-
Bt. , At the office of the Lawrencevllle Cement
Kjt " Company, of which Scott was President, it is
te' mid that hiaacoounta were all right and that
Ht i lie owed the company nothing.
KL BLAZED AWAY AT THE TRAIN'S.
H&i Vhey Attacked a Peddler nnd Thomas
BF Bfellusb Came t IIU Itewue.
H (trZCIXL TO TBS ITIMIRO WORLD.
Kft WnJCESDABBx, Pa., Nov. I. A dozen
H tramps happened to meet near tho
Bu 4eP Bt Berwick yesterday after.
K Boon, Thoy wcro noisy and disorderly
K& and evidently under the influenco of liquor.
Bp A peddler named Stanley, of Iononda, camo
EJ along and the tramps attacked him. They
fe took his wares and scattered thorn
MSr about promiscuously. Tho quarrel got so
Saf sSxce that Stanley's life was in dangor.
t- Thomas McIIugh, of FitUton, noticed
HI Stanley's predicament and wont to his
p rescue. lie pulled a pistol and
Kg.'' blazed away at the vagrants. Joseph Bru-
H"; Ban was shot in the head, and died almost
Hf3,- Ktfen"7' wo other tramps were wounded.
H McHngh surrendered himself.
Kj Eastern nall-Plnycr ln West.
Hl ancui. to tus itikixo world, i
h' Bostoh, Nov. 4 Tnls year's leading New
K' Veglsad players are rapidly patting their names to
Hp eentucta which wUl carry them to other sections
Bp Bxt season. Yetttrday morning Walter Ilurnham
H1 went out to Lawrence to-aee If young Bradley
f would ltlte to nlsy with the'Worctaters next saa.
K,' son, but be round that Tim Murnan had been
HtL? were just ahead ot him and signed the clever out-
M Brldsr for the Kansas Ulty nine, whloh Is to ba
BaTsTRt Managed by Jimmy Jlannlnir. liavls, the hard.
Bf2 'I Bitting caDtreOelder of the I'ortlacds. will also try
HKf pi InoX In the West next summer. He ha aliened
K . to plar with the Milwaukee, who are to be In the
b( . BOW Western league Juet formed.
BaTsH" . , ,,
BP' t IssneadlnsT Tronble Amini the Cherokee.
H.f, - (snciAi. re TBI IVXJUHO WOBLD.J
gji Vimita, L T. , Nov. 4 A special messenger has
Bj! last arrived from Tahlequah and reports that the
bvjfo greatest excitement prevails at the Cherokee capl-
Hti 'tal. lie ssys over half the Inhabitants of
1 tfc city have left, taking with them their
Ky. stock of household goods and have sought refuge
p , In the timber from the Impending war which la
V,, Stare to begin Monday on the assembling of the
sbbVsm .Council. The dUpute la over the election of tho
K5 Chlet of the Cherokee Nation. Both parties claim
H& ttelrcmaidate Is elected.
k i Mr. Bunt Stricken with Paralysla.
Ep, tSrZCIAl TO TB ZTIXDIO WOBLD.J
WT Krrronr, N. J., Nov. (.-Thomas U Stout,
V sj t femerly Aaaemblymau from, this district, was
LK' r CWSi?.,rtUl.',.lr.,'0l4J.o-4jJp' ws standinir
Br K ,h?. tlmo talking to his wife, when she uvtloed
Bl. PMf eiila dropped end hi eyes opened wide. When
sflBBBL. t jj "f 1 ,l . v . B 1 t ,1LjJ
HOW MAJOR WAT STOLE THE MONET.
Hany Peer People In New Jersey Batter by
tirtcuL to ths zrotiia womLD.l
NW Bbdkhwick, N. J., Nov. 4. Major A.
M. Way, secretary for tho Union and Empiro
Building Loans, and agent for o dozen flro
and life insurance companies, ha disap
pearod from this city, and is a defaulter to
tho extent of from 812,000 to 815,000.
The fact that he was a rumored dofaulter
appeared in Tns Would two weeks ago. He
wa seen to board ft Western express train at
Jersey City on, Saturday night last, sinco
which time ho has not boon soon by many
anxious peoplo hero.
As Bocrotary of tho Empire Loan ho hy
pothecated it certificates of stook to poor
peoplo who dosired to deposit their earn
ings in tho loan. The loan lias
been established fifteen years, and,
as it limit was about to expire,
the directors instituted fiomo quiet inquiries
as to its real condition. This occurred some
months ago, but their discoveries only
leaked out recently.
To an Evxnino Would reporter tho story
of Way's doings wero exclusively told to.
dayi " Eioven years ago," said tho In
formant, who owing to his connec
tions with certain city Institutions
requested tho withholding of his
name, " Ilenry L. Janeway. a prominent wall
paper manufacsurer, resigned from tho
Presidency of the Empire. Wny was the
Secretary, and must of necessity havo tho
signature of the President on tho
certificates of stock issuod by him
in o legitimate way. Thero wero no
stubs on the book of certificates to indicato
whoro tho stock wont, leaving the certifi
cates to become tho vouchers for pbll.
cations against the loan. Janowav
being a man whose tlmo is
precious, signed his name to n score
of certificates ahead of any date, and when
ho retired Way hypothecated the so nnd
floated them where ho could. Thoy were
signed by the Fresldont, nnd tho addition of
Wav's namo mado them good. Ho was present
at nil monthly payments and pocketed tho
moneys paid in by tho dupos lie had made.
The action of Janowav was regular enough
Snd would not have been used in this way
ad Major Way been honest."
" What was Way's procedure ?" was asked.
" Ho would fill out a certificate whon
pressed for roonoy and negotiate it
whero ho could. A dozon or more
ranging from $1,000 to $1,600 would
thus be placed in the hands of thoso
who know littlo of loan work, and it was an
easy matter to pocket tho collections from
tho poor servant uirls who held tho bogus
stock, now tho directors could have been
hoodwinked for oleven years by Wny, I am
at a loss to understand."
Among those whom tho roportor found
duped by Way's bogus certificates woro Hugh
McLaughlin, of Hassart streot, ton shares,
$2,000; Miss Mollle Brown, of Somerset,
$7,000, with interest, $1,400; a servant
servant nt tho homo of tho priests, $7,000,
with interest, $1,400; Mrs. Samuel Macom,
of Burnet street, $2,000. Others are known
by the direotors, who refuse to reveal their
Before Way escaped he attempted to bor
row some money from tho sons of W. H.
Hayes, formerly a jeweller in the Fifth
TIIE NEW YORK CLUB ROW.
Col. Gebhard Determined Not to Itetnrn the
Money lie Itecelred for IIU Hervlee.
Tho comfortable, old.foshionod law offices
of Oobhard A Bornum, at No. 20 Broad
streot, wero visited this morning by many
gentlemen who wishod to express to Col.
tiward Oebhard thoir indignation at tho
action of tho New York Club.
It was sometime post the usual hour when
Col. Oebbard arrived. Ho was about to file
the papers in the cbbo with Judge Arnoux
when an Evxnino WonLD reporter sow him.
" Do you know tho result of tho'directore'
meeting last night f " asked tho reporter.
" No, I do not. I don't care what their
action was. The whole affair is outrageous.
The face of the matter is that certain gentle
men are using tho machinery of tho club to
gratify personal maloce."
" Have you any objection to stating tho
causo for which your expulsion is sought?"
"Objection? Certainly not. I thought
thoro was no secret of the caiiBo. I did
sotno work for the club about a year
ago. My bill was paid, and now
they want me to return tho money,
which I refused to do. Any lawyer in New
York will agree with me that the amount was
cortainly one-third loss than would ordinarily
be ahorged. But these papers will tejl the
story," and the Colonel flourished tho com-
Jilaint in his suit for an injunction and started
" What does tho complaint charge?"
" Blackmail, sir ! Judgo Donohuo quite
acreod with mo on tho point when I explained
the circumstances. It certaiuly is black,
mail, and I shall proceed on thoso grounds."
One thousand dollars was tho amount of
the bill that caused thct rouble. Tho trans
action which this amount was paid for in
volved nearly $600,000. Tho bill
was audited and passed unani
mously by the club. Mr. MoOill wag
tho gentleman who presented the bill for
Col. Oebhard, and, it is charged, who In now
making the trouble. Ex-Senator Conkling,
Judge Arnoux and Edward Soheuok are tho
counsel retained to try tho case for Col. Gob-hard.
neartleu Blrn Let tho Hoy Drown,
riOIAL TO THE tVIKlHO WORLD.
Bt. Josxrn, Mo., Nor. 4. Yesterday afternoon
Lleb Ilabunskl, nine years old, fell Into a cistern
while drawing water. Ilia mother at once cried
for hely, but tbo laborers at work grading near the
bouae refused to come and u man who whs panging
by waa heartless enough to till the mother he dl3
not hare time, and Hho was forced to go to the po
lice headquarters, a dlatance of two mllea, for a
policeman. When ahe returned the boy was dead.
Concord, Nov. 4. The New Hampshire House
has passed a bill making boodlclam a erlme.
l'lTTHnoim, Nor. 4. Fourteen peraoni In the
aoutheaitern district of tills city are suffering from
IlisHiRcx, Dak., Nor. 4. Sitting Bull Is at
Btabrtlng Hock with orer 6,000 Bluux, preparing to
join the Crows.
Mkxmis, Tenn.. Nor. 4. It Is reported thst
Wharf Master Patrick Kalaher Is a defaulter to the
extent of $M,ouo.
Chicago, Nor. 4. The pruamen of this city
threaten a strike unlen the nine-hour demand of
the compotltors 1 granted.
Qvssic, Nov. 4. The residence at Like Beau,
fort occupied by John C Eno lant aummer has been
purchased by him for $10, ooo.
Dound, Dak., Nor. 4. IUchard Jones a far.
mer, committed suicide last evening, on account
of the threatened foreclosure of a mortgage.
ITkblo, CoL, Nov. 4. The east-bound express
on the Denver and ltlo Orande road waa boarded
by rubbers yesterday and the pauengera relieved
ot their valuables,
1UT roHTAns, Minn., Nor. 4. The supply tug
Dryberry, belonging to tho Hudaon's Hay Com-
6 any, Is overdue aome days. It It feared that ahe
as foundered. There are seven people on board.
Buxboyoan, Mich., Nov. . The Coroner's jury
In the caae of the man whose body waa found In the
lake near here recommends the arrcat ot the In.
specter of the sterner Yernon, of which he waa a
New lUvrN. Nov. 4. Harry Peechcr. captain
of the Yale Football eleven, waa thrown yeater
Usy during practice, and his right ankle badly
sprained. It la thought that be will be unable to
play again this season.
lNDUMiroLts, Nor. 4. The notorious White
Capa recently lslted the house of John Amy, In
natrlson County, snd administered a severe whip
ping to his wife, a be county omcuils are terror
ized and refuse to prosecute.
St. Loots, Nov. 4. Several Oat-cars laden with
the caged animals of ltobinaon's Circus jumped
the track In the freight yards yesterday, and a
Dengs! tiger, two Hops, a leopar I snd a Jaguar
escaped. 1hey were rucapturtd without fatality.
Kad Claibk, Wis., Nov. 4. During an alterca
tion last evening Frank Hanson shot and killed
Udward Itlcbrdson snd fatally wounded hmaelf.
Hanson bad married ltlohardaun's divorced wife,
TIIE MY m WALL STREET.
BEAM CAUGHT NAPPINO AND TRICE8
TAKE A JUMP.
Rosy Promises of a IlUe In Went era Union
Not Fatnlled Railroads In (he Wcot
Patching Up Peace for the Pnrpoae of
Jrltlna Grain Ilaslneos (loulp on the
Hlreet To-l)y Tips from the Ticker.
Whatever doubt wore in the mind of
speculator of tho rag nnd bobtail ordor in
regard to the probable course of the
stock market were quickly dispelled
after the opening of busines nt
the Stook Exchango this morning. While
the old bear crowd wero coupling their sales
with statements about a general smash.up of
rate at the West boforo long, tho bulls were
quietly hauling in all tho stocks thoy could
lay their hands on. This proresu.went on for
awhilo without influencing prices vory
much, but when tho time came to whoop
things up. tho shorts found to their cost that
tho Generals on the otlier sido had calculated
to a nicety as to tho proper momont to make
the charge upon their enemies.
As soon as the order was given stock
good, bad and indifferent marched on to
wards higher fignres with wonderful alacrity
Memphis A Charleston led off with a salo at 62,
arise of 6 points from yesterday's price. Den
ver preferred jumped 8 and tho old veterans
like Bt. Paul, Northwest, Louisville
Nashville and Union Paeiflo 1 point or
more. Even Missouri Paeiflo wheeled into
Western operators were among the most
eager buyers this morning. From all ac
counts tho railroads in tho Northwest
nra patching up a peaoo for tho pur
pose of getting all tho revenuo thoy
can out of tho grain movement this winter.
Homo of the mnnagors now in thi city say
that the now lines which havo boon making
all tho trouble aru satisfied that tho
only way thoy can oarn the interest
on their bonded debts is to got paying
rates, nnd that thoy aro more disposed
toward a higher tariff than for
some time. Bate botween Minne
apolis and Chicago havo already gone
up aX cents, and it is expected
that this action will induce tho Transcon
tinental lines to mnko an earnest effort to
settle thoir differences and get bettor rates,
Tho brilliant promises held out to holders
of Western Union have not materialized, and
from prosent indications Goorgo Oould will
not bo able to cable his father to-morrow
Unit the stock is in the eighties. It looks to
day as If the insiders were sitting on Tele
graph in ordor to tiro out speculative holders.
Oprn. JYeA. L.Ctrtnj.
Aduu RxprMi U2 Ul 143 143
Cn.l Boutb.rn MJ 65 W MW W
Ctnullan Pulflo 64 M M M
C1t... Ool.. Uln. i lnd 63.S M HH U
Oh.Mp.lk. A Ohio Sv2 31 JIY B1
(JlJo., liar. 1 Ouincj lSHvJ 130) 1M 180M
Ohie., Mil. Ht. Paal ...... IVi 74M 7JJ Uk
Ohio.. Mil. Hl. P.alpfd..., lllji 113 111), ll'JH
Ohio.. Uoek U. k I'm. 113V 114 IViii 114
C1n.,lnd.. St. I,. AOhlo 73 78 73 78
Oiiiorxtr, 4 lloeklnz Goal 3H V 'JH 8814
OoioradnOo! Iron 33M 3U 33M S4U
OornoiuHud Om UH US lh 1S
I). I., tick. Wutara 117.? HftJ mC 138)2
lilnu, A Hudson . 103 103103 10SH
)n?r AlUo Ursnda., 3.1M it 33)4 34
tntranioOrandd AD WH MlJ 60
J. Tenn., Va. A Oa. . , . .... 11 11W 11 llW
!. T.nn.,Vs.AUa. 3dpfd... 31 33ft 33 333
ort Worth A D.tiT.r City .... 48W 48J 4Si 4S5J
KlD.it.mA I'.mtm.k 30U 31 302 81
Joul.Tlll. A Nt.hTUl (WJt 6tt' W W(
UkaBbon, VI Wl 94 VVi
Lake Kris AVVutom... , lJU li 18W 16
Lake Krla A Weatem pfd 46J 47X 4!a 47M
Lona-IaUnd ,....:. 00 31 00 Oi
Manhattan Oonaol 103 103 10) 103
M.mnhla A Oharlaston S3 61 40 43
UlohlianO.nUal BU OT 67K 8
Mil., L. M. A Weat.... 661? B8 87
atlnneapnfu A Bt. iWs OH ii i) V
Minn. AHt.LnuUpfd 3lV 31lJ 31 31
MUaoun l'aolfto BflC 88 W biu MW
MlasooH, Kansaa A Tataa I87 ItfV? 18J ltJ
Naali,, Ohatta. A Ht. Loula ... 7H I'M '"H H
NswJanaOantral 737 Zliil V'i 7(H
New York U-ntr.l. l6lU WJ 107 0 l6!C
N.w York A N.w Knfland 40J2 &H V4 40M
N. V., Ohio. A Ht. I..ul. ..... 10 Id 10 IS
N. V. Uhlcati, A HI. Lml. lfd 39W aillf pk, 39 K
W. Y LakaBrta AW.atero,. 37'j M 37 SUK
N. Y.-LTKria A Weatara pfd. CIV MV $K Ctil
8or?ofk AW.Um..., lift Ufl liS UH
orfolk A VVoaterapfd 49H 4lT 40U 40H
ortharo Paolfio, fd 4BU 48 4RW 46 J
OhlnAMIiMiipl 33U 3)V 23S 33VZ
Oncon lUUwar A Navlc 81W IK) HVi PQ
Orecon TrsnaeonUnanUl IMM UH JBtJ 187
OniKiin ImuruT.ment 8H 1W M 33
j'aelflo Mall 34V 3I 8tM 84k
HlladelnnlaA fUadlnc....... MZ ell! o3, 44
i'wirla. D.c.tur A KvanaTlUa. Ml,' 33)2 33 331tf
1'allman I'alaee Oar 0 138 188 137M 147)5
S'ullman falr riirhU. ....... VU DM 8U U
llobmond AWaatrolntTer.. 2.1 't 3S' 33U 34Vr
llch A Weat Point Ter. pfd.. Nl UV M 082
It. Hani A Omaha 3J 40 SK 40
Ht. Paul A Omaha pref, . lofl 107X l6o 107k
fit. l'aul, Minn. A Manitoba.. 1WX 1 18W 108 U
Ht. Ix,ula A San KranoUoo. .. 36 88 85 38
Ht. LomaAHan Fran. pld..,. 6J 71V 611 71
Teiaa l'aciflo.,.,.. 34W 34)2 34W 34t;
Tennaaaa Ooal A iron 30 R 37 1 3U 372
Union Paeiflo. 48J (.OlJ 4812 MK
Wabaah, St. tool. A Paolno... ! Uji 18, 16VJ
WaliaaR. St. L. A I'aolno, pfd. 80"j 30lJ 30'J Soil
Waatarn Union TeliMrepn 77V 77)) 771. 78$
'WtiMluf ,t Lake En 44 43 44 44)5
Tips from The Evenlntr World Tielier.
The bull leaders talked more bullish than ever
The stock market opened strong, with London
During the last few months railway building has
been more extensive than ever before. From
Jan. 1 to Nor. 1 374 roads hsvo laid ,40S miles of
Some Wall street people are Inclined to think
that the appointment of Senator (lurman to the
direction of the D. 4 O. Is an effort to make tho
road useful In a political sense.
Srott and names, receivers of the Allegheny
Valley road, have been author lied by the Court to
pay out 1160,000 from the lucd In their possession,
as part ot the Interest on the $10,000,000 Indebted,
Tbo Western National Bank, of whloh ex-Secre-tarj
Manning Is President, has been made a dis
tributing agent of the Government to send out
monejr to banks designated as depositaries, iho
depo.Ita of tue bank now exceed 13,000,000.
William Do (Imot has been elected President of
the new Hudson Hirer Hank and Peter Snyder, tho
present cashier of the Lincoln. Bank, has been sp
iwlnted cashier. The new bank will be located at
Ninth arenuo and Serentv-serond street and will
be In operation about Jan. 1 next.
Tho Fifth Inspector Case.
In the disputed fifth Inspectorship caso this
morning, J. H. Wakeman, counsel for
the Progressive Labor party, pre
sented a brief to the referee which
he di sired should be taken Into consideration
when reporting the case. Mr. Snenard, counsel
for tho United Labor party, preferred io rest his caso
where It was. Heferee Francis L. btetson stated that
he would make his report to the court before 10.80
o'clock to-morrow morning, at which hour Judge
Van Hrunt will probably give his decision on the
findings of the referee.
Cohnfeld'e Property Attached.
Absent Isador Oohnfeld, the feather dealer and
owner of Maxcy Cobb and other well-known trot
ting horses, has been sued by Kcssler & Co., bank
ers, who have secured an attachment against
his property for $14,75.80. Joseph Perlam, In
oharge of Cohnfeld's store, said this morning that
all claims against the missing man had been paid.
Cohnfeld's whereabouts and tho cause for bis dis
appearance aro still a mystery.
Ives Hecurltlre at Ileduced Katra.
II. & Ives, tho young Napoleon of Finance,
watched Auctloner Harnett sell three blocks of
securities of his railroads at the Heal Estate Ex
change this morning. The sales were $lo,ooo first
mortKage Dayton and Chicago bonds st 1 per cent. ;
400 shares of Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dajton
common stock at 69. and 48,031 shares of Dsyton,
rrt Wuvnc and Chlcugo at $L 6o per share.
a m '
John Hwlntou's Doom.
Tho Progressive Labor party has made great
preparations for a big meeting to-night In the Gcr
mania Assembly Hooras In the Bowery, for the
purpose of booming John Swlnton for Senator from
To-morrow night the torchlight procession will
take place, A big demonstration Is promised.
Fears for Uulliter Hehunclte.
Ilcnrr Schnnoko, builder of most of the
buildings on ltockaway lleaoh, has been
missing since lsst Monday. When he left
ltockaway for New York on Monday he had a
SnOT DE1D BTHIS KEETEB.'
Thomas Wallace Killed While Trying to
Baeape from Jail.
Kiwabk, Nov. 4. Great excitement exists
in Essex County over tho shooting of Prisoner
Thomas Wallace at Caldwell Penitentiary
last night. The affair divides publio atten
tion with the eloctton. Wallace had only
been sentenced Sept. IS to one year in the
penitentiary for stealing. It w as not his first
offence He was nineteen years of age and
tho leader of a gang of young criminals who
have defied the police for Mveral years.
Warden Bpoer, knowing the man, hesitated
to put him to work outdoors and ho was kept
in ills coll. Prior to his sentence ho hod
boasted that ho would emulate the example
of thieves liko Silver, Downing, Kennedy,
anl effect his escape.
Yesterday ho was sent out with a gang and
all workod steadily until B r. it., when tho
order to file indoors was given. AH the
prisoners gathered their tools tognthor and
roll in lino. Wallaco was at the end of the
line, and when near tho entrance of the jail
ho roundod and ran, dropping his tools. The
keeper did not uotico his escape until about
tiiree seconds nf terwards,as none of tho other
prisoners gave the alarm.
The warden in charge, whose name is kept
a secret at present, llred once. His nim was,
perfect. Wallace dropped dead. His body
was allowed to remain where it foil. Coroner
Williams and a jury will visit the remains
The Warden is under arrest, but it is not
expected that any punishment will be visited
upon him, as the Board of Freeholders re
cently instructed tho keepers that if any
Rrisoners escaped the man in charge would
e dismissed. Escapes have been very fre
quent from the Essex County Institution.
Wallace's family is respectable.
BUEIED BEFORE HE WAB DEAD.
A Knocking Btnrdrr In Florida Conies to
I.lsht Five Men Arrested.
IsrxoiAL to Tns mamta woblo.1
UnooKsviLLX, Fla., Nov. . John Bhope,
Oscar niggins and Shaw Thompson were ar
rested here lost night, and D. J. MoQnire in
Sumter County, and William Bledsoe In
Georgia, all accused of the murder of John
Holderflold, Nov, 16, 1884.
These five men are said to havo conducted
an illicit distillery. Holderflold bad $5,000
in cash, and suddenly disappeared, these
men giving out that he had gone to Texas.
Bam Mays, who lived near the distillery,
suspected foul play from something he over
hoard and saw, and becoming frightened
moved to Georgia. In September last he
gnvo his information to N. It. Ithodes, chief
United States detective in the South, and he
workod up the case.
It is openly stated among a certain lawless
element that a price has been placed on Maya's
and Ilhodes's heads, and that they will bo
"lost" soon. They both, fearing assassination,
have made out duplicate statements, one de
posited with tho County Judgo and the other
with their wives. Ithodes has hod
tho skeleton of Holdorfleld exhumed
from tho swamp whero it was con
coaled. It is rumorod that tho murder
was a most brutal one, and that Holderflold
was buried boforo the breath had left his
It is believed two other prominent men in
this section will be implicated.
SUICIDE OP A POLICEMAN.
Head Tronble Cured With a Pistol by James
II. Place, of the City Hall Hqnod.
Policeman James H. Place, of tho City Hall
squad, committed suicide this afternoon at
his home at 16 East One Hundred and
Twenty-ninth street by shooting himself
in tho mouth with a 38-calibro pistol.
Ho was fifty-seven years of age and had
beon n member of the police force twenty
six years. He had boen complaining of
head trouble for the past year and reported
sick two days ngo.
Place was of a lovial temperament, and was
very much liked by his comrades. Ho leaveB
a widow and three grown-up sons.
Schooner Waterlogged and Abandoned.
SPECIAL TO THI KVaMIKO WOBLD.
OL0DCS8TIB, Mass., Nov. 4. Schooner E. M.
Bronscomb, 81 tons, of Ellsworth, Me. , was towed
Into Lanesrtlle yesterday, waterlogged and aban
doned. She Balled from Portland Tuesday for Lynn,
lumber laden. Shortly after the wind began to
tilow heavily from the north. She was struck
by a heavy sea which threw her on
her beam ends. When she righted it was found
she was nearly full of water. Tho crew were
lashed to the windward side to keep from going
overboard, while the sea made a clean sweep over
the disabled vessel. Cspt. Lakeman, of Ipswich
Light, saw the vessel, came to the rescne andlanded
the men at Ipswich.
Killed Heraelfbr Blow Mtranajnlatlon,
(srsciAL TO THS aVIKIHO wobxd.1
SrntNortiLD. Mo., Nov. 4. Miss Ssllle TIop
klns, daughter of Win. M. Hopkins, who had been
til for some time, suddenly disappeared from her
home yesterday. Search resulted In finding her
body In Doling Park, lust north ot the city.
She had gone on the little steamboat on
the park lake to commit suicide by drowning, but
changing her mind, wrapped a half-Inch cord at
tached to the aids of the boat twice around hr
neck and, resting on her knees on the bottom of
tho boat. Inclined her body forward and dlod ol
slow strangulation. Mental aberration.
E. J. IIM & CO,
A. T. STEWART & CO.
HUGELY DEDUCED IN PRICE.
JACKETS, $4.50, $6,00, $9,00 ;
reduced from $9.00, $12.60, $17.00.
NEWMARKETS, $7.50, $9, $12.50;
reduced from $14.00, -$16.00, $19.00.
fur trimmed, J
reduced from $20,00, $25.00, $30.00.
AN IMPORTER'S STOCK
FHENGH TRIMMED BOHHETS
AT HALF PRI0E,
$7.50 & $10.00 each.
IKOAILtTS nOUBIS GEaTrT LABGKB.
Wild Excitement In CI ray Conntr, Haul.,
Orer the Result of m. Recent Elaetl.a.
srxcui. TO T TSIIIO WOSLD.1
Kikbis Crrr, Not. 4. Citlicns of Gray
County, Kan., ore wildly elated oyer the
result of the recent election. It was
at first stated that Ingalls had only
won by 31 votes and Cimarron intended to
contest. Now, howovor, new figures ore
produced, showing: Ingalls, 798; Cimarron,
Charges of ballot stuffing are f roely mado.
It baa come out that Immediately after the
close of the polls tho boxes wero deposited
in the safes of the Cimarron Dank, but later
wero rcmoYcd to the upper story of the some
Men armed with needle-guns took posses
slon of tho bank and erected a barricade of
Jrales of hay around the building. Two lad.
clers haye been laid side by side on the stairs
to protent access to the boies.
Serious trouble-. 1b feared, as an armed
Ofrom Dodge City, sympathizers with
1, has arrired at Cimarron.
ODDS DJ FAVOR OP KICOLL.
The People'. Candidate Abend In the Betting
on the Exrhnea.
Business on the exchanges was dull all tho
morning, and the brokers devoted most of
the time to discussing the political situation.
Hettlng on the different candidates was
brisk. Odds of 110 to 100 were freely offered
on Nicoll for District-Attorney with no takers.
A Notable Pnblle Beniee.
Toe Timet nerer rendered a grester serrlce to
ths pabllo since Its splendid exposure of the Tweed
ring than In tho showing which It makes to-day of
Col. Fellows's pecuniary transactions with that
Pi. All k Co.
18th Street, 19th Street and
(1 8th Si. Station Elevated Road.)
SATURDAY, NOV. 5,
Full lines of Dross and
School Suits, Overcoats. &c,
(3 to 13 years), including
3 to 8 years, at
FINE DRESS SUITS,
All Very Desirable Goods,
Much Below Regular Prices.
"FUELEY & BTJTTEUM"
English Merino Underwear.
JAMES McCREERY & CO.
Call special attention to
their Fall Importation of
this celebrated line of
Underwear in all weights,
suitable for the season for
men, women and children.
These goods will not shrink
or wash up in knots, and
are equal to any manufac
tured. Broadway and 11th St.
NATUIUL MINKKAL WATER
is s superior tabl. water and an absolute kidney ream
iator. btitribntlnc Depot, It Barclajr au Bold bjr all
dragflsta and dealere.
NITKD DKMOORATIO NOMINATION.
Fur Justice ITuarth District,
DOOUIT TnoMAS Doout, In the Teth rear of hi
se, a nallre of Rethbaj Pariah, of Liadooner,
Count; Kilkennj, Ireland.
Funeral from bis late residence, 82S Kaat 39th St.,
on Saturday, Hot. 5, 1487, at 10 A. M. thence to
Ht. Stephen's Church, Kaat 38th at., when a reonlom
maaa wtllb offered foe tho repoM of his aont, Bel,
tires snd friend, of the faulty (leiuTlted to .Mead.
1MB A TIL
We shall begin TO-DAY
our SPECIAL ANNUAL
SALE OF BROKEN LOTS
OF FINE CLOTHING,
which, properly speaking, is the
BARGAIN SEEKER'S OP.
PORTUNITY, as EVERY
GARMENT WILL BE
SOLD AT ONE-FOURTH
ITS VALUE TO COMPEL
AN IMMEDIATE DIS
POSAL Briefly, this is an ac
cumulation of DEPLETED
LINES from which BEAU
TIFUL SUITS can be made
up at LESS THAN THE
ORIGINAL COST OF ONE
OF THE SINGLE GAR
MENTS. Among these broken lots are
$40 OVERCOATS odd sizes
some one of which raaj' fit
you, which are NOW MARK
ED TO SELL AT $12.
There are- also SUPERB
COATS AT $15, and Suits of
ALL THE LATEST
STYLES in CASSIMERES,
CORKSCREWS and CHEV
IOTS, at $12 AND $15. As
a fitting conclusion, LET US
REMIND YOU OF OUR
$3 HATS WHICH WE
ARE SELLING AT $1.90.
Broadway, Cor. Grand St..
8th Ave., Cor. 40th St.
There is nowhere to be found auoh a rarl.tr and Urge
stoak of Ltdiee' and Oentar Gold nnd Ktlrer Watches To
enlt oreri body's parse. These an the W atone, we make
a specialty oft
QOLID SILVER HUIfTQfO WATOIIKS, QBHUIMB
O Amerloan moramest. Elfin or Walthsai key-
Solid silver ntnrrmo watohbs. oeituihe
i Amerl.an moremont, Klein or WaJthami stem
Sous oold nuirrmo watches, stem
winder, American movement. Jl-ut or Weltham,
eaaee ohaaed and encraredi iratlemen's, 139,
LADIES' SOLID OOLD IIUltTTtta WATCHES,
stem-winder, American movement, C20.
T ADIES SOLID OOLD HUNTING WATCHES.
BOTB' SOLID SILVER HUNTINO . CASE
A BEAUTIFUL IMPORTED SOLID OOLD BTEM
rindinc watch, warranted IS carats, SIS.
A GENUINE B. HOWARD A CO. WATCH. WITH
heary, solid la-carat (old cases, (CS.
V GIVE A WRITTEN GUARANTEE WITH
TT ererr watch for three rears ;U not as represented
money will De refunded.
FINEST GRADES OF FLY-BACKS. SPLIT SEC
onds and repeatlnt watob.e; alao watches with
handsomely ornamented eaaee and atuddad with cenulne
diamonds, for ladles and gentlemen, at half the price
A SOLID OOLD STOP-WATCH. WITH MINUTE
ohrouoaraph, heary 14-carat ease, Terr fine move
ment and accurate timer, 900.
SOLID GOLD WEDDING KINOS. II and looarata,
CASPERFELD & CLEVELAND,
144 BOWERY 144
OPEN EVENINOS UNTIL 8 SATURDAY, ItfP. M.
THIRD DISTRICT, BROOKLYN
(Sd, eth, 7th, 11th, 18th, 19th, SOth, list and J3d Wards),
E. F. O'CONNOR,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINATION.
At tho Cooper Union
Friday Evening. Nov. 4, 1887.
Among the speakers will be
HENRY OEOROB, LOUIS F. POST,
DR. McOLYNN, EVERETT OLAOKIN,
REV. DR. KRAUBR, and others.
UNITED DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION
3D JUDICIAL DISTRICT,
JOHN J. ADAMS.
FOR JUSTICES OF TIIE CITY COURT,
William F. Titshko,
Ilenry JP. McOown.
United Democratic Nomination.
FOR SENATOR, I0TH DISTRICT,
JACOB A. CANTOR
TTNITKD PEMOOUATIO NOMINATION;
extending Iromlsth to ftth jnS'irom Oth'sre. to ths
HOW OFFBR A MAONIFIOENT LOTH OF
MISSES AND OIIILDRBN'S
ALL OF Tills fJBAHOWH BTYLES, OF 8U
PRRIOR WORKMANBHIP, EXQUISITE FIT ANtf
FINISH, AT PRICES GUARANTEED LOWES
TIIAN ANY OTHim HOUSE.
6th Ave, and 20th St.
pg aii ;Wfw1 "Home, sweet Home.
JVrieS5aW&tk Itelt OToreohnmbU;
WW3MDttVB There's no pImo Uk
ljii s 'Tla the ambition of
ritlNCII AND PEASANT, HICII AND POOflf
TO OWN A HOME
nd pay for It,
THE GREAT PROBLEM
of aeenrlns to labor the reward of Indastrs
and frusality that has taxed the brain at thai
wise and ood of all generation hmm boett
practically nolred by
JERE JOHNSON, JR., ,
who la aelllna; J
BEAUTIFUL, ACCEHMIDUS LOTS
For $100 AND UPWARD on
$5 AND $10 MONTHLY PAYMENTS
EAST NEW YORK
$200 AND UPWARD AT
Title, all Insured by
TITLE GUARANTEE & TRUST CO.
All may own a home who will come to GO,
Liberty St., New York, or 303 Fallen mui
lirooklyn, lor maps and free excursion ttnaMJ
sspagw Bath Beach
ipiil JUNCTION 1
Situated on tbe line ot the arreateat ImproreV
menti In the vicinity ofNew York,
andjust beyond the H
GREAT HUNT ESTATE.
LOTS 8185 AND UPWARD,
85 AND 810 MONTHLY.
Tbe Thirty-ninth Street Ferry, nowrunnlneii
and the completion of tbe elevated Rail 1
rood, will double the value of every lot. 3 j
1,300 HAVE ALREADY BEEN MOLD.
SCOREtt OF BUILDINGS HAVE BEBIT
Tbe balance of tb. property I to be disposed
of before Jan. 1.
BE QUICK. EXAMINE. UUY BEFORE AH
ARE GONE. ,
TITLES GUARANTEED BY TnE TTTLB
GUARANTEE AND TUUmT COMPANY.)
JL'.SCIL." f'" ticket, at the office, of JRUEV
J0i1S.P.r" OUi-lberty at., New York?
and 303 Faltoa at., Brooklyn.
At Auction. '
plljj' JERE. JOHNSON, JR;
ALL Off TnE LOTS UNSOLD AT TUB
Groat Auction, riopt. 20,
W,GKOFSUND FARM, ,
Will be disposed of at prtrateaale on easy terms for '
$600 AND UPWARD. . -
Asent alwara at branch offlw. on premiaes, oorner of
Naaaan and Humboldt eta., Ureenpnint, to enow the lota,
r;PI1toJere- Johnaon, jr., 60 Liberty at., New York.
or 8M Fulton at., DrooUyn.
rmt-Aii w- ALL MENwhor.WK
gfj"." "eSl.lM, WS aCAUITU T. UJSJI a
TaSnliKtt ONLY BKOiS Shii, br Uli tmfrm
4W4WSm4uii l.r ul. apnls. p.rpoH,U(is
aCUauaa. nuTseoOUs Crrrat t KLKCrKKITr Um(k IU
Kuk ran. ruuci.f th.01 u Health a.dVlirpnrae Strent
KlMUU Cnm.t l.llla.uaUr.rwer.rMlSSJM Ouh. VrMlrH
Iarra..B..u.r.ralleta.rB.lu. Warn euM rSSKlSKIUI
(I bn la TkrM l. S.W raajpl.l ruab. ASdraM
THI GAsBtH EU0TIID CO., oS BI0ADWAT, Ntf VtUs
A GAS. R(
3V EXTRACTING iW
without iu, 35o. Roft flillnc 50o. up. Elesant fi ,
fillitti fromjl up- Full Oum Beta, ti, T, IK
N, Y, DKNTAL CO., t
303 6th Are., Seoond upstair, entrance from It tint.
PIANOS AKU QBOANa. f
A -CALL AND BKE'lhe ele(an "Opera" planoJ
1, th. flnrat uprtrht In the market eleiantoaaesr
moaerate prloesi $10 monthly instalments t a S rents;
one quarter's muaio leaaonsfree topurehaaere ,eoona
hand pl.no. rery low, l'eek A Bon, 316 Weat eTtbst.,
corner of Broadway.
A -THE E8TEY UPEIOUT PIANOS, with their I
a new repeatlus action, win the admiration ox the
moat critical l see th.m before you buy i sold, on mrouujr
payments. Eatey l'lanu Warerooms, tt Kaat lith at.
A NUMBKIl OF OIIAND. nprlfht and'sanareptn I
i of our make, sllthtly uied". almoet aa sood as new.
nd fully warranted, will be aold at a liberal radoetUn i
from ree-uUrprloeai pianos to rent, Wm. Enabe a) W, t
IU 6th are., aboTe 10th at. , i
BAEO AINB IN PIANOS at Lludamu A, Bon's ware
rooms, lljothaT.., nearlth ihi.s Ure assort
m.nt of n.w and elie-htly used pianos of our own ana
other makee at very attraotire prioee. ..
stand. . I
HHl.1 WANTKD IfKMAIJil. 1