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1 EDITION. WJiC P S0WIL EDITION. 1 TRICE OffE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. J A FEAST FOR THE NEWSBOYS. one thousand iiArrr lads eat a dinner GIVEN BY THE "WORLD." fher Blnrch llelilmt a Ilnnd to JlTcrctt'" Dining Itooms mill Entliuslnatlcnlly 'beer tlio Ncwupnpor that 3lnUi'n Their Holiday Memorable Tliu 8trt-ct Illochcd to Wee tlio Novel Hpcctnclc. rrjrasBaJl-, Thanksgiving dinner l Cya571 t 1-000 newsboys. 5Wi Tho feast took placo 5 ?Tr:SSl-5WiPsPft'$ nl Kvorott'8 Hotel, 08 iTTjSSSsSrj Pv Uarclay street and EyMtnfc' 102, 101 nml loc Vesoy Mlftl M''"i street. Itwas a great " h lUli tl ' '""" 8Uccess' nn' t'10 l'oor, PjjMfc Ijj uetivo niul hardwork- JljL lug little fellows will v2ttivivS wbl remember for n lone pySHSSt timo tho substautinl 1 I Mil ShPfl rel'ns tuft 'nas sut 6& JntrYW hoforo them. Tho boys I V550WvV wero ns hungry n little I ' I K- nrmy as was over Rath. rBB33 crcli. When thoy at tacked tho eatables furnished them on $ orders, they wont nt tho soups, meats anil ! turkeys as if they had a contract to devour '" everything in sight or in tho kitchen below , within an hour. 1 Tho nowsboys wero fed in tho largo main dining-room that extends from Vesoy to Barclay street. Tho room lind bon hand- IS somely decoratod with Hags and flowers. It t. contained 100 tables and five boys wit at eacli table. Only 600 ladR could bo fed at a timo. When tho first -, WW had eaten until they could not eat anothor crumb, they gludiv mndu room for tlio hungry 500 who wero massed in tho street, waiting for thoir chance with commendable pntienco. The boys behaved themselves. They forgot their pranks in their eagerness to fill their stomachs. Nover before in thoir lives had they seen so many good things to . eat at their disposal. Thoy lnirly paralyzed i, tho ouo hundred waiters with tho orders they . gave. A "I'll tackle tho wholn business," cried a Jj curlv'-headeil chap, whoso overcoat was a a muslin shirt. " Oivo Ynllor and me blnofish, turkoy and I rabbit on toast," shouted a black-oyed boy of ten, whoso baro feet rested on tho round of ji chair. " Put everything you got on this tablo, and hurry up," ojocnlated n crippled boy, who had dropped his crutoh under tho tablo. 3, Thodm that tho industrious purveyors of tho nowspopors made with knife and fork could bo heard in Washington Mar ket. Many of tho boys, however, threw . thoir knives asido and pitched in with their hands. Soveral times during tho feasting : tlio littlo fellows proposed cheers . for TnE Woian. The hearty re. ' yionses made tho dining-room ring. JJ Crowds of peoplo blocked up tho tl sidewalks of Vesoy and Horelay streets, in an .7 attempt to get a elimpso of tho novel sight of Lh nowsboys bauuetiug. Hundreds of peoplo begged for admittance, Tho feast began at , J.80 and tho Jast crowd of 600 was not through L until 3.30 o'clock. Tho bill of faro was as follows: SOIJl'S. Mock Turtle. Tomato with Itlce. Chicken. FI8II. Baked Halibut. Baked Blue Fish. Lobster Plain. , HOAST ANP BOILKD. t Roast Beef. ltoast Veal. Roast Mutton. tt! Itoust Lamb. xt Boiled Leg Mutton. coined Beef and Cabbage. Bacon and Cabbage. STEWS, rOTI'IES, 40. Slewed Kidney, with Mushrooms, Chicken Totple. r" Mutton l'otple. B FOCLTKT AND OA1IK. h Rout Turkey. Hoast Chicken. Roast Buck. JP Rabbit on Toast. ,. VEOKTAM.ES. Boiled, stowed and Uriel potatoes. Boiled onions, spinach, green po,is. Btowed corn. i r-ASTKV AND CAKES. lies. Hammings, cusiarus, pnuainga. Coffee. Milk. to TnE TABADE TO THE HOTEL. " As early ns 11 a. m. tho boys began to ns- semljlo in Theatre alloy in tho rear of The X- Womn building. Thoy had previously been furnished with tiokets for tho dinner. Hero is a copy of tho ticket held by James Lyons, ! of Park street : or : No. 08T. ': Ticket for a : TnANKsaiviNO dinner fliven to the : ! Nowsboys of New York i by Tnn Would at Hotel Everett. Meet at Would office, Thursday, Nov. W, i :at noon. : 1 ' At 12 m. there were over a thousand boys in Theatro alloy. Thoso who could not obtain be tickets woro told to get in line. Tho 1,000 tickets had been all distributed boforo noon. It was decided, however, not to pormit a hoy to go without a Thunks- j" giving dinner. When thoso who had ill applied for tiokots woro told that thoy could '"J go along with their comrades, many a littlo u8 fellow was mado linppv. At 1 o'clock tho tl 1,200 boys formed a bolid moss that packeil , Theatre alloy from lleekmau street to Nassau )t. Btreet. Preparations were boing mado to . narado to tlio Hotel Kverott. A ii lino band of jnusio arried nud a tho boys gavo the musicians n V rousing reception. "When the boys were i formed in lino, two by two, tho signal to , elnrt was given and the hungry army of Urchins began tho inorrh. Tho route was , through lleekuiau street to Park How, to Oliaiubors street, to llroadMiy,to Mail htrret, to Park Kow,to Vesoy street, to Hotel Kverttt. -j As tho hoys passed The Wohlu offlco thoy f cheorcd, blow horns and waved flags, which 2 hundreds of them carried. A largo banner had this inscription : " Evknino Wonui's Thanksgiving Diunor for Nowsboys at Hotel d. Everett." Tho unique procession was n wituossed by crowds of peoplo. Tho hoys woro frequently choered by the spectn- r tors. A procession of over ono thousand i. newsboys was never boforo soen in Now York, -j , The only break in the ranks occurred at , Broadway and Chambers street, where gentleman throw $10 worth of sil- i. ver changri among tho boys. Line was broken, and there was- a tug u l niwar for a tow minutes. Ono hundred 0 Ikivh wero in a fow seconds piled up together M and in tho Horimmngo that follnwed heads, its ' it"8 uni arins were Been in a confuwid mass. ,J" Air. Everett received tho boys upon thoir t Arrival, tmd did verythint: in his power to . servo tlio guests of The Wontn. I I.irn In (Inly it l.oiill ;?!UI.V' "ot V!" ",UJ,t ,,ulr ,''ll!, I'AINT nirf Hum when ier r '"uj1m ''! t" -ib ruur ilu. Ut Uru'l- ' a. GILVCIE AND ANNA FATALLY SHOT. They Wero Accidentally Wounded by Tbclr Brother John. UriCUL TO THlt WOBLD.l PlIILADELrHIA, Nov. 21. Tlio two littlo daughters of Thomas D. Smedlay, a pnintcr, living about two miles southwest of Ucrwyn, wero shot by tho accidental discharge of a gun on last Monday evening. Oracio, ngod four, has sinco died, and Anna, aged twelve, is fatally wounded. John Smcdloy, tho flftcon.yeor-old Bon of Thomas, returned homo from a hunting ex pedition about 5 o'clock on Monday evening. His father and mother woro absent, leaving no ouo at homo hut tho two girls, Anna and Graeie. When tho boy entered tho littlo kitchen Anna was sitting on tho floor trying to solvo tho puzzle of tho ring and anchor, mid Gracio stood watching with childish curiosity. John hat on a chair two or threo yards aw uy from tho little girl's. Ho rested his gun, which was loaded, against his leg n moment, when his dog leaped upon his lap. Tlio gun Rliiipod and foil, tho hammer btruek tho floor and tlio discharge that followed tore through tho bodies of the little ones. Tho mouth of the gun barrel almost touched Gracio in its fall and tho load of shot toro tho llesh of her right leg near tho thigh into shreds. Passing on, a part uf tho dis charge buried itself in Annas leg below tho knee. a John, terrified by tho discharge nud the sight of tho blood, ran away towards llerwyn for tho doctor. On tho way ho told Mrs. Martha Speakmun, a neighbor living a hundred yards away, of tho calamity at tho houso. Mrs. Speakmau at orreo hurried down to Smcdloy's. John ran off to llerwyn and within a half hour was back with Dr. Aiken. When Mrs. Bpenkman got to tho Bccno of the accident sho found Thomiis English, a neighbor, who, passing at tho timo, found that Anna, half out of her mind, had crawled to tho gato, ten yards from tho spot whero she was hurt, dragging hor dying sister. Bho only got as far as tho gato. how over, for her htrength gavo out froiu tlIJoss of blood. ISoth children wero carriod n!ick into tho house. Dr. Aiken was soon followed by Dr. Abbott, of Wayuo. Littlo Oracle's leg was held only by shrods of tlosh. and the physicians later on amputated it. oho died on Tuesday morning at 1 o'clock, not liming spoken after being snot. Oracle will bo buried to-day, tho services taking place at llerwyn Chapel, because ser v ices at tho houso might rob tho parents of the little hopo left of Anna. Sho is suflering deoply from tho shock nud tho chances of her recovery aro small. All tho neighbors sympathize with tho lad, who bears an excellent reputation in tho community, and my ho is accustomed to handling a guu. They look upon the thing as an accident for which no ono can bo blamed. m m TONY'S IUHKLY. Tho Fennt Trovlded by n Hnnlblnck far III Crippled I'nllier. "fcny is a poor Italian boy who shines boots at Polien Headquarters and by his earnings supports a crippled father in a rear tenement in Mulberry street. Tony has not always u very good time of it among tho policemen, who aro fond of rather rough jokos and sometimes mako him tho victim of them, but ho hns got used to it and tloosn't oiind, for, after nil, among his tormentors ho has many friends who remember tho lad's sorrow whon Mr. Hawloy, tho old Chief Clerk, who picked him up from the street, was carried to his grave. All day yesterday Tony was around shining with all ids might and drumming up cus tomers with oven more than his acoUBtouied energy. There was a spurklo of excited ex pectation in Ids eyo as ho communicated to favorite ciibtomors tho purpose; of all this bustle. If ho could get money enough he meant to buy a turkoy for his father and then thoy would have a Thanksgiving, indeed. And so uumberlcbs boots about Polico Head quarters whoso owners thought them spot less wero condemned and subjected to an extra fivo-centshiuo in honor of tho occasion. Hut still tho turkey was in tho dim distance. It takes a good day's shining at five cents a shiuo to attain to tho height of oen a dollar turkey. 'iuo day wos iar spent ami mo lurxey sun hung secure in its btall when Inspector Steers heard of tho contemplated feast and suddenly remembered that he must go homo with freshly-polished boots, Ho sent out for the boy and told him to put on his vory best Thanksgiving shine. Lying back in his easy chair, ho watched him rub and blow with a silent laugh of contentment and urged him on and on, tolling him that tho boots wero not nearly bright enough yet. When Tony roso at last out of breath and contemplated his handiwork, Inspector Steers put in his dirty hand a bilyor dollar. Tho boy's pleasure may bo Imagined. And that is how Tony ato his Thanksgiving turkey in the little back room to-day after going first to headquarters to givo Inspector Stecrs's boots tho very best shino ho could put on. COHEN, TUB DYNAMITER, IDENriFlM). Ho Once Lived In Newark an ltcllii a Ma elilnlhl-IIU Fnuitlr Still There. tSI'ECIAL TO THE WOBID.I Newahk, Nov. 21. Cohen, alias llrown, the dynamiter, had, it is now discovered, n homo in this city ut ono period of his career. Tho wifo and father-in-law of tho supposed Cohon huvo identified his picture ns that of Jucob ltoglin. This they huvo douo aftor u careful examination of it. Mrs. Itcgllii, who lives at No. Ill llelmont avenue, says that she was married twelve vears ago and up to two years ago led a happy life with her husband. Their four children still livo with her. lteglin was an Italian by birth and was a good machinist, bpoke four languages and worked for many years in Durech & Co.'s factory, at tho comer of Charlton and Court street, whero ho had supenibiou of the engine. Two years ago his manner changed and nothing pleased him, and instead of giving his wifo Ids whole earnings, ho kept buck the greater part. Finally ho refused to givo her uuvthuig, and kept all his money. Mrs. lteglin and her father wero positive that the man was partially insane. In July last lteglin resigned his position nud told his family that ho was going to Europe. Nothing more was heard of him. 1' rom published descriptions, Mrs. lteglin was led to bolieo that it was her husband. When ho left her he had about 100 in his possession. A full description of him has been sent to tho Scot land Yard officials. - Wrlnlit Win nt Hiiniuet. .Members of the Hacquet Club, who crowded tho court this inotnlng to wltn-n the second dar'a context between Ooakos, of Quebec, and Albert Wright, tho marker of tho New York Club, saw much better uUjlnif llwn rewarded the specta tors "n Tuesday. A nfih iiame In the Tuesday utiles was plujre I and won by lloaket. but the t. dar's nve-giuie series w won by Wright who cipturim ino second, third und ulth gaiuyj. Wright played very 'well around tho court this iiioriilng and with much inoro head lhau at hU latt ''lt'oakes' service wa as lino us usual, but tho placing of tho balls was not anything like Ms previous efforts. Wright's worK to-day marks him as h most promising player. The following Is the score: Finish gamo of Tuesday's match! Boakcs IS. Wrlght-4 Service Aces BoaVcs-s. Wright 8. Five gamo scries: Wright 11, 1J, 15, 0, 1562. Boakes 15, 10, is, 15, 7 W. Services Aces: Bo.ikes , , 8, 9, 4 2. Wright T, 0, 0, 2. 2 80 TO THY HKrUItLlCAN TRAITORS. John J. O'ltrlrn, llnrnc) Itoiirke nnd Other In Annwer Ifir llnil Coudiiet. Tho Union Lenguo and brown-btono ele ments of tho lepublicau party in this city aro determined to punish treachery and to discipline trnitors. It is moro than prohahlo that the machines in at least two of the As. seiubly districts will bo reorganized. Col. H. V. 11. Crtigcr, Chairman of tho County Com mittee, has appointed special committees to investigate tho conduct of members of tho machine in tho Eighth and Thirteenth Assembly Districts. Tho coiniiilttio Hint will hao John J. O'Hrien aud his followers before them consists of George W. Lyon, A. II. ltogors, J. L. N. Hunt, J. Thomas Stearns aud James W. I buses. The investigators of ex-Sonator Frederick S. Gibbs and his crow include Willinm O. Church, O. P. O. Hillings, Donald McLean, Joseph C. Jackson and J. C. J. Lnugboiu. John J. O'llrien will bo accused of sup porting Alfred Sleekier, tho Democratic can didate for Civil JiiKtico, instead of Henry C. liolte, tho regular llepublican nominee. Tho action of Harnoy llourko and other pioini nent mumbcrs of tho Eighth District Coiu mitteo in working for Col. Fellows for Dis-trict-Attorney will bo thoroughly inesti gated, llourko and his heelers are certain to bo expelled from membership in the G. O. P. Thoy may resign and snap thoir fingers at tho kid glovo faction of tho machine. John J. O'llnou is also to be hold to account for running a stump candidate for Senator. Tliore will bo a renewal of hostilities in tho "Fighting Thirteenth" Assembly District. Ex.Seuator Giiibs will charge Alderman Cowie, Henry L. Spraguo aud tho silk-stocking brigade with aiding in tho defeat of A. D. Williams for Civil Justice Tho anti-ma-chiuo crowd will assault tho Gibbs faction on general principles. There is ev cry prospect of a lively timo when tho discipline com mittees get at work. m M'CULLAGII, THE IILACKMAILER, HELD. Juntlco .Hurray Commit Illm in SI.OOO an Mrs. McKlnlcy'x Complaint. Joseph McCullagh, tho bhickmailor, who was caught last night by Detective Martin, of the Twenty-fifth Precinct, wos arraiguod in tho Yorkvillo Court to-day. Mrs. Jennie McKinley. tho woman who was too plucky to allow herself to bo victim ized by McCullagh, appeared against the ac cused, and in a clear, couciso manner re counted tho story of tho attempted black mail. Justice Murray was profueo in his com mendation of tlio complainant, and said : " If there wero moro persons who would act as you havo dono in thiB matter there would bo less blackmailing. Ho gave tho prisoner a scathing lecture and told him that such men as ho woro worse than thioves and highwaymen, and that thoy oiight to bo shown les consideration. The accused did not attempt to dony tho crime, but said that there wero othors en gaged in tho scheme who were moro guilty than ho. Ho was hold in $5,000 bail for triul. TENT-DWELLING " MOVERS." Kmlnrnntn who Tramp Arrox the Country In n Leisurely nud 1'comiiiilcnl Wny. rtom iht Kama. Cim ftor.l Probably no other class ot piople that are con fined to a living space of 0x10 Is us coiutortablo .md enjoys life as inucu as tlio Inhabitants of the tenia with which tho suburbs of Kmi-as City abound. These poople aro classed os ' movers," and they deiene the title, although liko Kuitcrn caplttbsts niauy of them have become Infatuated with Kansas City and tho surrounding country and nave signi fied their intention of remaluliu m lung as tho weather will permit. Tho California cllm do which Western Missouri can cl.um is tho thing that has raised Kxnsas City In the estimation of the inocrs, for to them the fact that "tnls lot can be pur cliuxed at i-400 a foot" Is ol lit t ic interest. While thcu tents on the roadside havo for a long time attracted intention on the part of the grown peo Ie and Inspired the chlb rcn with awe, the purposes nnd inodo of litltig or tho tenants have never been welt enotiah understood byeen the older residents to bo explained to strangers. In the tlrst place, whu it re these strangers ? Tney are toreigners, tlio maiorl y of them, on their way West. They prefer this way of travelling because It W much cheaper than railroads, und Is a far more pleasant way of making a trip across tho country ttiati In a clused emigrant car. If tho mover la from abroad, luuiiedluiely upon his ar rival at Castle Harden ho purchase the necessary outut for camping, ami, with proper directions as to Iho route to follow, starts with his family to Kansas, or perhaps, to the Paclllc. toast. The trip Is usually commenced In the spring, so that It may be completed ere winter sets In. 11 inonoy Is plenty the movers purchase two hort.es and u wagon, but often the traveller considers himself fortiiUHlp to posoess a solitary horse, and the trip has been known to be mado without any. The sundry expense account of the mover lis small. All that Is needed is a tent, ami If the n Ifu In a (useful and dexterous one iho tint Is home made. 'Iho blankets used In makli.g the steerage vojageiire retained, undtOI that li men needo-l Is a lew cheap dishes, a skillet, uiidkniviH, forks nud spoons for as mum as there urc In the party, ami tllu outfit Is complete. I.lttlo rood it catried. Neighboring firmerswlll supply the c.nnp with eerythlng ncc'ltd at u small price, and rery often a guueroiis tiller will cntrlbut a quarter of beef and a spring hlcken or two to the little bund. Iho inuvers are irogrus.lfe until tliey strike tlio Htatc line of Kansas and Missouri. Tins is usually the tlrst long slop that 1h in. id", and teiif rail) a lengthy rest Is taken. Iho mover feels that after a weary tramp of a thousand mlbsor more lie ts Hearing bis destination ami lie elves hiumelf up to u good lime, enjoin the Western ulr he Is now breathing and praises the Iiabuusun that shines above Kausasi fly almost until the holidays arrive. The spot sclettc4 for a euiuii Is uc ir a spring or on the brink ot a brook. Vacation hero, tho men und boys shoulder the camp rlllu and the Jack rabbits are kept boy nlilng lead. The woinin folk find time to do u little patching up among tlio dilapidated wardrobe of the paity, Unit a good ui pearauce ma lie made when the oiieo far-away Western home is finally readied. 'This Is onlv sort of u penure trip, with business at the other end," explained an Intelli gent member of a baud, on the extreme South hide, to u reporter. "We make hay whdc the sun shines, and eojoy ourselves while wo can, for you cm tin iglno u hut hard tlni's aro in stole fur us w icn our trip Is elided. We are leaving frl mis and families thuiisau Is of miles across the Atlantic to settle In a new country that we know nothliii; about save whai the newspapers tell us. One, to look ut us as in He m camp, no doubt would think that wo are us happy and as free from care us u band of gjp'Us, but this W not the case, for our minds aro tilled with doubts of whither our future life will be us pro.pi rom a. w hope. " The miners are of uiuum! every nationality, although the (iirm.in predominate At prestnt, a general cloarlug-iip i in provress among the nuneis. and, like Uic blnlj, Hay ur preimr ne to vacate when Die tlr.t coM wind Indicates that win ter s about to set in permanently. A visitor to n camp was turprlsed to Und among the few pots aud kettles that wete being packed u variety of books, old yet valuable. Thu movers as a rule are Illiterate and poorly Informed upon iho world's affairs, but occasionally an lnlellluent family Is to be found among thec queer travelers who havo beeu compelled lo follow tul4 life Urougn course of cticuuistuuces. .15 ,; ' ' r" the viii:siir.xnAT. wisunojcn. A Flirtation irlth l'otf Atrr fie llVi'fa lltiunr lurkry Una Jlrm JHnimnril of. THE DIAMOND THiEP IN COURT. Horsey Hemniiiled by .lusllcn Duffy for Kx. iiiiilnntton To-Jlorrovv. Willinm H. Dorsoy, alias Ian olio, tho negro who entered tho bedroom on the second floor of Matthew Morgan's Iiouho at 251 Lexington uvenuo on Saturday night and stole (1,(100 worth of diamonds, was arraigned this morn ing at Jefferson Market Court. Ho was led into tho court securely hand cuffed to a detective. At tho tit tecttve's re quest Justice Duffy remanded tlio colored crook bock into the eustodj of the detectives for examination, which will tnko place to morrow afternoon. Dorsoy was Uikon to n photograph gallery atliroadway and Third street nt U o'clock this morning and photographed, An excel lent picture was obtuinod for the Ungues' Gallery. On his way to tho photographer's ho walked along rather unconcernedly, smoked a Huvunn cigar with an air of comfort, and looked liko anything but n crook who is booked for a possible twenty ycius' term in State prison. Inspector Hymen and his men, who did a good deal of hard work in tracing up tho diamond robbery, aro much elated to-day over their buccoss. In searching tho clothing of Horsey this morning, tho detectives found, wiwod up in tho lining of his coat, several pieces of jewelry. Shortly afterwards a gentleinnii, who is said to live only a fow doors fiom Mr. Morgan's house in I.oxington avenuo, visited Polico Headquarters, and claimed that his houso had been entered by burglars recently, by n Hecond-story window, and sumo jewelry stolen. Ho wub bhowu tho pieces found m Dorsoy's oout, and immediately identified them as his missing property, llin mune w as withhold by tho polico, who belinvo thut Dorsoy worked that nlghborhood pretty thoroughly, and say thut the expect lo r ceivo soveral mora complaints. When Dorsoy was in tlio Inspector's room, Inst night, tho Inspector presented to him a letter which Dorsoy hod written to Mr. Mor gun, in whicli ho had said that ho intended to wear the diamonds, nnd thut Mr. Moigon would never see them again. Mr. Hymes asked him if tho letter hud boon written by him. He replied in the affirmative until ho r ad tho contents of tho letter, when ho vig orously denied all know lodge of it. m m JWoiinlnlii (Sunt III Amt-rlrn. Frtim th Matio MorM. A teamster passed through hero last Saturday with fifty mountain goat hides. They were killed near Bllvtr Mountain for their hides. These ani mals weigh from SO to R'O pounds und uru snow whito. In build thty somewhat reH"iuble u bear, having largo, heavy bodies, and very short legs. There horus are small and sharp pointed; the hair lone, straight, and pure while, is almost us llnu as the Angora goal. Tney Inhabit tho loltlest and most rocky points of tho hawlooth range of moun tains In this Territory, mid are not to bo found anywhere elso In the I'nited States. Thoy nro very active, and travel with grout swiftness, nukin Incredible leaps and scaling cliffs nheru It would be almost luipoAslbio for u man to find a foothold. The Kautooih MoutPains aro alio the habitation for another animal tli.it Is unknown except in Europe, namely, the Ibex. Quite a number ot these ani mals havo beeu seen, but cone, so fur as we Know, have ever bien killed. A Complete Itelriictlon. IVow the Kty ll'.f AVualor.J A commlttcoof nv'e vv.ltcil on jo scribe yester day In regard to the ;;imo-'.i slander of tho girls that work at Moss's. Never was fouler wrong dono the girls than to say the had big feet. Those that wo saw were the picltbst, tlnest ones tliat;c could coacelve of, und, bless your aoul.lt did us good to seu tho sparkle In the eyes of the girls even when the) wero giving us down tho country." Ui'cau stand any amount of quarclllng I nun a iipttv woman and we never boi mud a Int. If we li.nl beenjoun er and smglo we are eullstled that we would havo fLlI ,i love rlghl there.uud we have always dunned, aud Mill stieK to It, that wc would nol marrr a big-foot girl. The mau that wrote that ought tu be ashamed of liluuelt. He i:iuplled the Contribution llox. Key. Joiluh Kltuber, of No. Ti lliblo House, mado a compliant to-day, ut Jcirerson Market Court, against (ieorgo W. i'lene, formerly a tletk in the llltdc IIousi. Some two months ago Pienc iioku open tho inlasionir) lontrlbution box, emptied it of lis couauts and disappeared. He It'll trout tho city und r turned r. week ago, and yesterday was apprehended by two of Inspector lljrnes's detectives. Hid Mil- Try In Hill Her Child t ItiiclAl. to mr. nniiui.l NpwiiiK, X. !., Nov. it. lulu Wliilen, also known us Jennie Wilson, whose illegl Imute child wuskftby two strange women at her mother's house two ila')H ago, w lapped ill .1 bundle of rags. Is uow accused by thciu of having ilosid It with laudanum wilu the intention uf killing It. The police mo luvi'stlgitlug tnu case. No Tmd-CciiI t.lrl for Illm. rom wA. "You don't need a ten-cent stamp on that letter, young man," said the post-olllco otllclal: " It will go for two cents." "This letter won't go for any two cents," re piled the young man, tremulously. 'Mi's to my iiesi girl, an' she ain't one ol your two-cent kind, (illume a teu-crut slump, and I'll slip her in before tho mail clones." On the Hoslnii i ml Alrtliic Kitllroiid. Vuw (.. J Self.Asscrtlvo Female That poor child's breath smells io of whiskey that It fills the wholo car. You've been drugging It, you wretch! Traveller (in a husky whl-per) Maoum would fin be any object for you lo sit downt The Fra ternity I'loh Is going to givo a Utile dinner tu l'oit. land, In-ulghl, and this kid Is full of llckcr. Hut the kid's mado of rut-bcr. bee 7 CHAMPIONS MEET. Yalo and Harvard Battling for tho Football Supremacy. Tho Polo Ground Throngod With Friends of tho Blue and Crimson. tp Irlletl Scenes nt the Ilrglnnlng of tint (Ireut Inti'r-fnllt-ulnlo Ctintrsl Tbr (Jritiiil Maud l'llled Two Hours llefore Iho Jnino In Culled Long Lines of f'nr rlnuc nud Conrbrs l'llled with Hluilenis nud Dcrorulril with llnnnrrH An luilhn kIiisiii Thnt U Cnlcblnit -I.uttli's Turn tint In 1'tircp Composition or the Two Ktrvt'iia AVblch Fnrrtl llnrh Other-The ttniiin ItcKittl nl ' O'CInek-Ynle'p. KIcU-Otl. Isricut, to the woat.n.l Polo Oiioundh, Nov. 21. (TNs N tho Polo Grounds ff f to-day the potit-up en. iM5"15512)! thusiasm of weeks and jv I JO '"onths broko forth at ha rirxs"'!! "1U ' " ' " r-cu"''Km'0 mxA7 VV5Siit football chnmpionship Xirl ''H rHt indications fj rj I of tliis which met tho Uu. IK XjA "'f''"1"8 "' travellem "V3-?!?i V '"' "I'town elovnted v ''v'fftvf stations.mightyasthoy "riiW S were, becamo faint sr "fcTwb. y w hen compared with J tpt- J" tlio mlglity reality. " """ Thoso who laid tho Si. fluttering unction to " ' " tlieir souls that noon would ho a bright and early hour for their ar- rival on tho scene, wero wofully mistaken. A margin of two hours might ut any other timo ham sufllced for a gamo of tlio first magnitude, but tho Inspiration which welled tip iu tho breasts of thoso lucky enough to bo nblo to witness tho contest between tho co. hurts of Yalo aud Harvard caused all con siderations of timo and personal convenience 4m unlit t.liillt iiiilifKilnil- T ho tide of passengers on their way to tho grounds was irresistible. It caught tho eyo of the liou-sportsnian and converted him on the spot. If over ill the pride of his heart ho had fancied himself ubovo such trivial pas. titui h as football tho sight of tho enormous crowds whoso every thought was centred in tho coming gamo brought him over to tho majority. The carriages was legion. Thoy rotnn up the avenues in countless numbers, bristling with shouting college men and rovirrd with bright llags. Every ono carriod cnlot either in ribbons or in llowers, and tlio hulies mado the biavost show. The blue and whito of Columbia, tho brighter blue of Yalo and tho uoblo crimson of Harvard in various similes worn repro duced in Btich endless varitty thut tho oyo grow; tired iu tho effort to decide which pro dominated. Vhen the disinterested Bpnctator, if such a one could bo found, hud almost made up his mind thnt Yalo wns tho favorite, a novvly arriving crowd in n blao of crimson would meet his eye and tho scale would turn iu favor of Harvard. Of tho ladies how shall ono speak? Tlio armored knights who splintered spouts in tho tournament davs of Ivanhoo aud Chilferio never fought under the inspiring glance of such briglii eyes and fair faces as did tho happy men ot Yule and Harvard to-dny. New Y'oik surpassed herself, and sent such nit enchanting bevy of hur daughters as would in itst If havo iitatlg the occasion n day ..t .1 MM 1....I..I... .. .1...H....1 ... ...nil. Ul llll.yn. AtJfj ttijiti'iivnn iiitdiii t ,i j ntim into tho grounds through a spacious em bowered path Btrown with flowers, hut tho prosaic tuinstilo sevirated them from their proud escorts and passed them one by olio with a monotonous clicl,. THE OltANII hTANII CIIOWTIEI). Every ono knows how drearily spacious tho grand stand of the Polo Grounds is on an ordinary occasion j but tho architect would have liberally amplified his plans if ho had forseeit this great day. Not for tho fairest of tho fair could a seal bo found afti r 1 o'clock. Long before that hour hundreds of gallants had chivalrously yielded up tlieir seats but now tlio fair sex hold tho front almost exclusive lv and none begrudged them their advantage of position. Even the gods Htniled on tho sceuo. Jttni. tcr Pluvius lowered sulkily in tho enrlier hourH, but tho mighty shout of tho crimsons nnd blues served us effoctunl prayers, and the wind arose auddrovothoeloiidsfriun thesky. The air grew cold, as well befltB tho duy of Thanksgiving, but the sky was clear, und from one end of the hugo f nclosuro to the other every move could bo clearly distill guishid. Tnu hash: hkoiw. At exactly '2 o'clock emtio a shout thut shoi.k tho skies us the players oiturcd tho lit Id. 'i ho Yalo men first arrived. Immodiately after them cimo the tleven of Hurvurd. At 2.01 Yalo kicked oif tho lull and tho stnii'glu begun. COMjIGK ROYS SWAliMIXO. Hotels frontlet! With Kntliii.lnMlr Wearer of llie lllue mill Crimson. The staid and stdute peoplo who nil eel the early fori in ion priiiui lunlo iu tho Windsor and Fifth Avenue Hotel lobbies lunl to sit around thin morning while the hot young blood of Harvard and Yalo made things hum. Tlio one theino of conversation whs tho grt ut game to take place iu tho ulternoou and every one was infected with tho euthusiusiii of tho hour. Tho Yalo men at tho Fifth Avenuo mado thobruVLst show during tho tarller hours. Thoy had camped tin ir during tho night before, und a lively sense of the iuiportauro of tho occasion forbade them remaining in their rooms after daylight chased sleep from their eyelids, llesidts tho prist uto of the eleven members of the team iu tin1 hotel cor ridor, chatting and discussing the situation with tho frtidom of ordinary mm tnls, afforded a nucleus for the rising enthusiasm. The conduct of tho mcmlurs of the Harvard team was iu striking contrast to that of their oppoiunts, Piold Captain Wood kept his men ii tlieir rooms all last evening and all this morning, aud would not h t them talk to either friends or reporters. Ho said it was not tho right thiuj for thu uaii, ou the very evo of tho struggle to mnko a show of themselves in tho corridors of tho hotel. Hut soon after breakfast, when tho I' nil lllver boat and tho special train from Huston hnd lauded thu last contingent of two bun. dred and fifty or threo hundred cnthiiHiastia Harvard men, tho scene in both camps was A HOT S01UMMAOK. equally animated! Tho Windsor could not ticcoinniodnto anvthini; like the uuiubnr of those who sought sholier beneath its roof. At IU o'clock a long lino of Harvard ami Princeton men wero stacked up against tho desk of tho llruuswick waiting to get a hack at tho register. The avenue was thronged with wearers of the blue nnd crimson on their wny to tho respective heodiiiarterfi. Homo chose to ex press their preference by bits of ribbon, while othors woro llowers, neither side being itvitr litiHlnllbil ilu lit tint ilfltl't fdinilll of blllll or red. It was a thrilling sight to Rt e tho tally-hos in front of tho hotels, gaily decked with Hugs and banners, and crowded inside ami out with Yalo or lUrvunl boys brimful of ex citement and confidence. There was a good deal of betting with odds slightly in favor of Yalo. Tlio New Haven boyn woro certainly thu most confident in thoir speech. They admitted that Harvard's team was the strongest thut Cambridgo has sent out in many jtars, but they smiled and said thoy would como out all right. Still thoy would not offer tlio Harvard men odds, and when five to four was meiitiout'd it was not hard to find Harvard men to taku tho of fer up. Two blast! looking wearers of bright bluo buttons met iu tho corridors of tlio Yviiulhiir, the enemy's camp, at 111 o'clock. " How aro you getting on, old fellow?" said one to tho other. " Oh, I've been trying lo put fifty against forty for an hour, but none of tlio follows here have the Mud to take it." CotiNoIiitions wero oxuhauged by tho Yalo men aud tho lust speaker strolled discon solately away Ho had not uiado two steps when ouo who wore tho colors of Harvard tapped him on the shoulder and Raid lacon ically : " I'll take you. Here's my money." Hnrv aril's ttani, as proposed, is as follows : Hr-I.l.nr,. ll, ,1,1. A'l'. in. A..!. Cumnock, 'Ul ..Unwell, Mix B H ltl 1S1 1 C. Wmalinsn, 'sn .Ininidcii I'laln.... A S '.'J 1113 .). W. Wood, jr., 'BS Ornnirn. N. .) B V 'JO 171 .1. II. Mukiw, 'Hi I'liilintelpliiii B1IX 'il 1S.1 I'. II. Trsltord ,!) .full lli r , ... B ll.Sj 31 US A. I'. Itiill.T, 'SH . ..Uiimlca l'lalll. .. B II 'Jl 1M W. 11, lUnvnifl, 'HS Milton.,.., B X 'il lfi-1 V. .M. Il.nllnit, 'B'J lUilMKii, III B U 31 l.VJ A. I'lirtfr, '8S . .lit'in. Mum .. B B 21 IIMI II. W. Iti.yilen. I., r) .lli-Tirlr, Mai 5 S l.'.T J. II. Hen r. 'IIU...... ltwbiu. MM .. 5 11M 'n Mi AvrA,tf vtsighttlCAIbi age, 31 years H inunlhit , htitjfllt, Bft. "in. Tho men will bo plncod as follows : Itushers Cuninock.Mailne and Ilancroff. Tack lcra Womlninii and lliitlcr. (Juurds Wood and 'lrafTonl. Oiinttcr luck Harding. Half backs l'orler and lloydcti. Full back Hears. Yule prf.ioses to present tho following eleven : ltt'l'nt, tleltU Jff' tri. W. Wallc, 'BO Aliml, Oonn. B 10 33 1CV 1'raneU II. Pratt, 'KB llartf,.rd B 11 'JO 1BJ (.'harlraO. (IIII.'8V .....llraiirx, N.J.. 6 I) IK lfil haiuunl M, Cross. 'SH . WeaK-rly. It. I . Bit 20 iro .lelin 1". Carter. W .Oraniiv, N. .1.. B 11 30 ITU (I. VV. VV.lrillT, 'SO . Henutin, Pi .. 0 00 33 17H Win. II. Ourblii, 'S! ..llartli.nl, (linn 1 31 1B Harry lloiich-r, '8S ..llnikljii, N. V. B S 21 130 William T. Hull, 'M .. Nowisirt, It. I . 6 11 3i IBS Win, 1'. (Iran... "Jl .. Antlover, Maaa B10 17 US Ad.il..i(!rnin., 'SS New I.ndi.n fill ID W) Averaice wiililbt,158lb. I aKe.SOyearailiDliclit.Bft.lOln. The positions of tho men are as follows: HiiHlirrs Wallace. I'nilt and t'orbln. Tacklers dill and Cross. (lu.irds Cirter nd Wundriiir. Quarter II ick Ueechcr. HalMUcks W.I'. Graves and A. (Jriives. Tlio substitutes of tho respective teams nro as follows i 1'tife. Itush Line Charles Ilronks, .. A. Rlagg, W. H. Clnoseli, ncurgo Mssoli. Ilall-Ilicks Harry ltoblnson, W. C. Wurtetnburg. tjuarttr-Ilai'k-H. (i. Ketrls. Harvard. Itush Line A. Churchill, O. A. Car penter, L. II. Alexander, I- A. 1'iper, J. W. Aitileton. rull Hack J. A. Haxe. Ouarlcr-Ilack V. L. II. Noble. THE (10KVEN JIIKY lUSAfiREK. Ten Jarnrs for IVInnsliiuuhli'r In tlio Heruntl Octfrett nnd Two for Aeiiulltnl. After nn nll-nlght session tho jury in tho case of Ptter J. Oorvon, on trial for tho mur der of Michael Smith on last Now Tour's ove, came into tho Court of Oeiieral Sessions this morning boforo Judge (iildersleovo and an Hotincod thnt no verdict could bo ogreed upon. Tho jury was thou discharged. Ten jurors stood for manslaughter in tlio second degree, whilo two won for acquittal. Judge fiildf rsltove entered the court room nt ll.ilf) o'clock, accompanied by Assistant Histrict-Atturnii.v iJavis. A largo crowd which hud gathered ill tho corridors filled the room iu a twinkling tlio moment that the doors were onmed. Prisoner and counst 1 sat iu front ot tlio rail watching tho jury iu tuiioly. To tho usual tjuentlon as to whether tho jur) had agreed upon, n verdict tlio foreman lesponiled : " V'o havo not, and wo feelUidt the jitrv can tint agree," Anion iiftl.itd if Hit re was a possibility of an agreement a in ,;ative reply was glvt it by nil the jurors, and they wen discharged, with tin- thiuiks of the Court. Ex-Judge Curtis, tho prisoner's cotinsol, asked tlio Judge to admit liorvt n to bail, and itvvusngrtMl that counsel should submit a brief in the euso to morrow. In the citirse of his remarks tho lawyer said: "1 r. ctiveil information last evening whicli will nit us on the truck of the rial murderer. I seu God's hand iu nil this busi ness." What the informal ion was tho lawyer do. clllied to disclose for tho present. ( uliiily Wiilhid Out Willi the Coal. J. Mt.Niilty, of so ami i-S Jlun cry, appeared as complainant in thu Iji.cx Murct police Court this morning ugatust John M. Untie, whu lives in llrookl) ti, and charged him with Mealing a $30 Mel ton overcoat. Ilrlile, he said, entered tho store, tried on the t.oat an l when Hit) clerk turned around u.dkcd out with It, leaving his old coat behind, ilrldo was tul I lu Suv lull. Tclennipliic llri'vltlm. 1'ltKDKiiiCk, Mil., Nuv, 34. John H. lllgu, the negro as.itlani ol Mis. Yejklc. was taken from J.U1 ye.ttrdj bi a in di and hanged. Hoston, Nov. si. Teenier, replying lo lltibear's reci nt challeng , offers lo row the Kuullsh si idler over any goud course iu Kngland for f.,6twa slip-. I'ltlO.tno. Nov. m. Curler defeated Khaefer last idjlit Iu tho closing u .imu of the billiard tour naiucnt. '.(ore, ITU lo lis. This ulves Lantr Erai prize, Muclcr second, and .Moulds third. 3LVRRIEDINASII0W-WIND0W ''vS OVER THREE THOUSAND FEOFLE SEE A. 4 HROOKTiYN MAN HARRY I1ELLG JOHNSON. t Novel Scheme nfn Clothing House la Jcrtey ''jl Clly Kernn Tvvcnly Policemen Ilnsylnlbo Ti:''l' Htrt-eli , Itrooltlyn Slan Tnke HU ' Ilrlile I'rom Jersey nnd Hcattera 0,000 'Wl I'eiiiilcia Among Iho Uninvited Uuesta. t&l The novel schemo of a Jersey City olothing tl firm gntliercd ono of tho lurgost slreot crowds fH that city has ever seen this morning, Tho vl event was n wedding ceremony in tho show , IH window of tho Iloston Clothing Houso in fll Newark avenuo. It was witnessed by ovor ""aJH three thousand people, who blocked tho 'IH street for two hours and fnrnished plenty of -dH work for a srpiad of twenty pollcomon. HH Tho wedding took placo shortly boforo' Jtl noon. The groom was James Honry Wallaco, of llrooklyn, and tho brido, Ida Hollo John- Vil sou, of Patterson. Justice Win. B. Weed tll performed tho roremony and Mr. Q. Mctzler - proprietor of tho Moro with his wifo stood tip f with the couple. Everything about tho tfH wedding wns thoroughly genuine and tho IH couple have tho honor of reckoning moro 'jjH witnesses of their union than any who havo 'rjiil over wedded iu Now Jcrsoy. 1 After tho ceremony, a rccoption nnd wed- UiH ding supper wore given tho couplo and 6,000 ,' pennies wero scattered among tho thousandu :'r3 in tlio street. 'IkH WESbEYAN WINS A HARD GAME. Jf Tho University of l'eliliaylTnnla Defenled by dmmU Iho iscoro of 10 to 4. fll Cardinal and black, Wcsloynn colors, il floated triumphantly aftor this morn- 'i.ll ing's battle witli the braves from tho ,v University of Pennsylvania. When tha , :H twenty-two litho-limbod athletes marchod 'lH ou to tho Polo O rounds and took v their places in tho field, they wore greotod fH by a wild shout from their partisans. A coin vl went spinning in tho air, and Wcsloynn won, ,'aH choosing the windward goal, which wns tho 'll south ono. Near this goal wero " grouped a number of Yalo mon 'iraB on n coach adorned with bright bluo stream- 'jH el R.i Thoy encouraged Wcsloynn by thoir col- 'H lego cry, while on a long row of benches iiH I lurvurd sarcastically parodied Wcslyan's cry llH by " Hats, Itats, ltats, Wcsloynn Hats, llats, , JH ltnts." yH At a fow minutes prist 10 tho teams fnoed M each other for the fray, which was to decide jjl who should have tho honor of holding last ,y' jilaco in thu Collego League. 'Ull Tlia teams w ere us follows : nl HVsfrvnik Hashers. Wells, Heath, Fish, Floy, "' Eaton, (I en, Mclloeald; omuler-back, neatly; r,H hilf-backs, llainleu and Jljuchestcrj fall-back, JJH blaybiiclc J'H VnlreriUll or riimrylranXcL nushors. Mill, '.WM Dcwej, Tunis, Hchcll, bowser, Speacht, Tclgler: 'hSM quarter-back-, McCaud; half-backs, Hulme and IjH Calladay; full-back, Qraham. , rflH Pennsylvania got tho kick. Speacht ?'j-H dribbled aud thon tho wearers of tho car- 'itjH dinal and red got tho ball. Hamlcn, their .H sturdy lmlf.bnck, swooiied down on tho oval- TSmt slmiiuil hag, and by a .10-yard run soourcd 'J.HI the tlrst touch-down. Thon Clark rondo an .,UH attempt for goal, hut missed. Sccre W- 'JH loyan, 4; University. 0. il the securing of tlio touch-down by Wcslyan S seemed to anger tho brawny blue and red vD striiied players from Pennsylvania. They tfll rushed into tlio fray, but Wells, of Wcslyan, ; 4jH was too shrowtl. Ho puntod tho ball to 4H llrnttey. Thou long-legged Graham, of tho '' University, sent tho ball skrwnrds, only to -.'-IjjH have it deNceud into tho clutches of Clarke. I'iLH " Dowser," " HovvBer," ennui the cry from ' jfiH tho University men, and the giant rusher of aVH the Pennsylvania's camo Hying down tho 9H line, lie got tho ball, hut lost it through a '.fl tricky littlo Weslyan. This caused mora T'SH yells from Harvard's corner. 3l llrawny llushor MoDouald gpt tlio ball now igH and mado a putty run, only to bo thrown -jH tlovvu and laid ovor a confused mass ot arms, jt logs and bodios. 'B Hamlin punted tho ball to Slayback, tho ' JH swift runner of Weslyan, who made ados- HB perato eHort to secure a touch-down. He 'tiSHfl dodged in nnd out, but a solid wall of human- -H ity soon blocked his progress. H Eaton, who tloes not allow tho grass to MH grow under his feet, now got tho ball. Ho ''vuH wns tripped up, and soon lutd four or fivo .t' University men ou top of him. Ho dragged vsH along and would not give up until he had 3$ saved at least livo yards for his side. Thon jaH Schcll, of Pennsylvania, got tho coveted '"! sphero. but lost immediately toPiske. vsl Hamlou, wlio seemed to bo every whero i9 when ho was wanted, now came to tho rescue. 'jlaM Ho got hold cf tho ball, but was overpow- Vyjl ered and thrown heavily to tho ground. Ha i'H could not rise, and it was found ho had in- "JZH jured his licad. Ho resumod playing after A iH short rest, i)l McDimnlil did sotun good work, as aid ?;H Slayback and Haiubin during tho rest of tho 'H first half. I When tho teams canto out for tho second 'fiH it was wen that tho University men intended to win if thev could. Thoy btarted in with a ,j- rush. Slow (y the ball was forced towards ffH th-goal. Hnmlen, of Wcslepan, was ruled tgl out for slugging and tho hearts of tho Wos- iTM lojaus went down. Billy Smith was sent in yJM to replace him. TVsH Yuri I bj i yard tho bills went nearer the JgH goal, anil then ltow sor with an irrcssistabto '.jl rush fort si it over the lino, and secured the JMB first toucli down for Pennsylvania. Then i nvurvboily waited in breathless silonce for iH tho kick. It looked like a goal, but by a ' itfH iiKirvellims jump in the air McDonald cH blocked. 'H This saved tho gamo for Wcslyan for soon jH laitou, by a grand run, secured a touch- -'IJhH down for Weslyan and Olark kicked a goal. jSfiM Curdinul and red hud won. Score, 10 to i. -iSnB llciilba Iteportrd to the Coroner. &uH Tho following deaths were reported St tb SfBI Coroners otllce this morning: An unknown tSiHl woiuuu, forty-nve years old, of hemorrhage, la H from of 47 Walker street; John llligerald, of 1811 MB Ti Ird avenue, at the Presbyterian Hospital; Annlo irjH Cenlurdt, forty-til 0 years, of iM East One Hundred jv'JrH und Tiilrd street, suddt u death, without medical YTtm altendaice, and Catherine Ferris, ilxiy-thrro SM yeais, of Sll Healer btreet, sudden death, no -UH doctor. "'SH Count Von Iliilovv Kills n Itear. 'IftB Sl'EClaL TO THK WOBLD.l H?H Drnvkh, Nov. si. Count von ltulovr and Herr H I), llucker, accompanied by Mr. Jenuttch, of the -BH (leriii.ut Iajgutlon, ut Washington, havo lust .'IjHI returned to the city after a long hunting expedl- FiH lion 111 the North Park, whore they were trie guests &H of Frank Archer, of Denver. On ihe third U y :'H 011' the Count had a do-pcrato encounter trlta a mtW bear, which ho finally succeeded In killing. 3mW Dlnuitind .Vllnule" Fined. tP Dora Wllsou, known atone Ume 113 "Diamond H Minnie," was arraigned at tho Jefferson Market Jfll Court this morning, on the charge ot disorderly raH conduct, sho la a dally vuittor on Htth avenue and wHm acco.ts the guests at ine various hotels. Uhevvaa 'SB flucd $10 by Jusilco Duffy. '!