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HI f V' WONT I GIVE IT TO HIM!"
m I , "iOUiN I. SULLIVAN CONSENTS TO FIGHT HjC ' MITCHELL WITHOUT DELAY. Kb Kr ttlietr slackers Meet To.Day la Malt the pBcT .Necessary Arrangement Sullivan's Hw' Great Financial Knceess Ho Farehuei jE& ' '940,000 or United States Bonds-Ills Rjg' Tint Appearanro nt life Westminster HrT Aquarium. HK ' t frpyrtyhl, 1B17, biTht Prt PtiltUhtn'l Comping (A'lit Hkj? Vnrk 1IWM). IKi tariciAL cadle orarATCii to tue would. Bj& London, Not. sa, J, I. Sullivan made his second Kh tow to the London public this evening, uppe arlngat H. theWestmloaterAquarlura. nls previous exhibition Kr In St. James's Hall was distinctly for the peerage E& This evening the of poUoi haa their torn, and the; H turned out between nine an ten thousand strong. PBt3 Puglllttlo peers however, were not to bo dcnlc l. H$ and tlio assemblage of ordinary young men ami PbB& evcry.day young Indies was sprinkled with coro- EL ne'ts. Sullivan wus looking the very pink Esf ' of pugilistic perfection. Ills mighty bdut Tilth E-'a 'Jack Ashton throuKta the provinces has taken off PBK considerable adipose tissue, and, as his enthu- Bf ! MAitlo rubber-down remarked, his flesh Is as HKBj fresh a that of a new-born babe. Phillips, his man- M Sger, Is Tory much pleased with Sullivan's recep- Hon overwhere and especial! at Hlrmlngham BF1 and Manchester. He was received wherever ho PhBEK went la the heartiest msnucr possible. An out- Bj vixiGl and pecuniary sign ol this great puglllsilo PhBU ancctis Is, I am tolJ, that yestcrdsy a well-known H? American broker bought 140,000 worth of United HiJ! Btates 4 per centa on account of John L. Sullivan, k.V fho bout with Ashton to-night was Terr lively, PhhM and no one could complain of the champion keep- Er"" Ins back from view nuv of his pet devices for land- Ht lag a man flat on his back In an artistic vet orjec- Hi five fashion. The sporthif " gents," the sporting K$ gentlemen and representatives of the various H&b castes Included in the sporting category were all Hk'sr on nanJ raaklng mental notes, ami there can bo no K" doubt that when Sullivan faces the Urlllsher In tho Hw Ting lie will carry a considerable amount of coin of pBft this reslm on his back In addition to tho trans- Kn ntlantlo dollars. R Speaking about Mitchell, Sullivan said: "Oar Hp, backers aro to meet to-morrow, and once for til HPT Hhe matter will -be settled, I hope. My wind 1 bavo BT found good enongh for most men In the ring, but Hb not tnoch good for paluvcnng. I am not ballttliat Hgw way. Though I have my fears, I do not see very Hjfrt well how Mitchell can now set out of tho tight HW which be has been pretending to cry attcr for aucji Kf . a long time. For I am willing to meet him In BV 'W Ting, in any rig and on u flvo minutes' B ' notice. If we do meet, won't l give It to him I" HK1 conclnded the champion with a weird, wlnsomo B':. imlle; ana all present agreed that tho glit John L. Kr, had In view was moro blessed ts tho donor than to Hj' the recipient. The performances at tae Aquarium PhBk era to continue for two weeks, and then John L. BKy villi want another trunk of Government bonds. BBBBBBBBBBBBnq- R THE EMPRESS RF.TURN3 TO BERLIN. BBcij (The Cro'vrn Prince Subjected in n New BBBf' Trentment Other Grrinnu News. Rn Hbrun, Kov. ?. Tho llrlrlts Anzetger on- Ry noonces that (he Empresi Is expected hero to-mor- K?& ' row. It aaya the Empress has been deeply moved Hf by the many proofs of loyalty and condolooco that BBBE.j nave been sent to her while residing at Coblentz. BBflffc.' Bite returns thanks for the anxious expressions of Hii hope for the recovery of the Crown Frlnco. El' The weather at ban Itemo Is fine. Tho Crown HnV Prince took a long drive to-day, with the sanction H, of Dr. Bergmsnn and his other physicians. Anew Kiv' treatment of the Frmco'a case la being tried. A BjKv part of the regimen Is toe. absolute exclusion of Hgjj'r' sugar. The condition of the Crown Prince Is now Hu-. considered hopeful. The submaxillary glandular B&V' iwelllng which formed before the rvcent attack of B.'l codema of theglottls la now decresung. K The Supreme Conrt has quashed the severe scn- Kl. tenets pronounced on several yonng Alsatians who Kr were convicted of publicly sinking the "Marsell- Hh lalse." The Supreme Court takca tho gronndthnt Hpg the law of tsw, under which the sentences were Ekw -' taposed, does not apply to Alsace-Lorraine. B The Casscl Chamber of Commerco and tho BBHs tnnnlAtnnl nnthnrttlra nt Tfnrttmlinrtr Anrt nthp HK cities have sent petitions to the Itelchstag against Hf corn duties. Br ' The Cologne Oaxettt says: "After tho renewal Kr of the Central European alliance restoring tho Hgj a equilibrium of the Mediterranean, with the approval H? " of England, negotiations occurred In accordance K& with which England Is to co-operate with the peaco t; powers In certain eventualities, a result of thoso BBKjMr negotiations la that Turkey la to be protected and BBj$ Inviolable. " BBE& The NacMchten says that I'rlnce Bismarck, In BBk explaining to the Czar the latest phases of the rela- BBk& tlona between Germany and Russia, mentioned DBwf the forged despatches but did net ascribe them to a BBEfi' court clique. The responsibility for the statement BBsW.V i lnM Ds d'd so ascribe them, It Bays, rests entirely BBjVV- ' "'"' tDe Cologne Oatette. Eft PARIS BOULEVARD JOTTINGS. Rf A1' BUIne lintertnlned-Tbc Fashlonnblo BjM rt' Dunces of Ike C'oinlnci Season. BB'r CopyHiSt, 1887, (y Tht ti IbUMng CVunjumy (J'tt BB. i'ork World). BKfflfc ISriCIAL CASIX IlESPATCn TO TUI WOULD. Kftp . Paws, Nov. Si Gen. Meredith Itced cavo a dln- BB neron baturday to Mr. Blaine. Among the guests BBJ5I present wero Mr. and Mrs. Bcllgman and Dr. and BJx Mrs. Evans. BRr& Mr. Brnlaiour, late Secretory of the American Rl Legation, will give a dinner this week to Mr. Levi BRlfi' P. Morton. Mr. Blame and lilts Blaine will bo BHMj among tne guests. Kg" Gen. de Chsrette snd' other prominent ltoyallsts ' have returned here to be present during the l'resl- DrJy dentlal crlsli. K- Mr. Clsrcnce llowland and Mrs. Howland, of t'Jf Newiork, left for Spain and l'ortugal this mnrn- BjgL "& BBMsssssss. . i1' pavanc snd the gavotte have become very i V f fashionable here. Both are dances of the last fB century. On baturday the Comietie dcboucrals mm J" a g'and ball, at which these two dances will v sT pe executed. All the gutsts will ue In costumes of J' the last centurj. sBBrTr Mrs. Howard, mother of Mrs. John Kvans, of BBsW' Pblladelpbla, la quite HI and her life is said to be In BRr, danger. BK Uenry Butierlleld has returned to I'arls alter Wjfc several months' absence in Kugiaud. bbbshHsp - BKfjtf New York C'npltnlists lluy a ltallroad. BBjK (SriCIAL TO TUX WORLD.) Bg?1 JACI80NVIU.K, Fla., Nov. SM. Samuel Thomas, Bh2& Calvtn S. Ilrlce, John O. Moore, IL W. Cannon, BJKmV ElverCon It. Chapman and Edward Tuck, well- BEu, known New York capitalists, and Dexter Hunter, BE? a prominent lumber merchant of this city and New sBsSi! X.r.K hliVQ licorporat-U the Atlantic aud Western SssMfe. ft"11 c'oiupany. These gentlemen purchasod sBrW'., the Blue Spring, Orange City and Atlantlo Hall. Bka rod' funn"1'f 'torn the bt. John's Hlver to the ssBfls Atlantlo, thirty-one mllea In lennth, at a receiver's BWk?V. sale last mouth for HI, too, aud now propose ex- BBrfl tending It westward to Tavares. u dlstauce of fifty BBffi' miles. At this lstter place they will connect with LBB 1 :"' flre. 'adlng roada of Florida and secure a fine Hroti tourlst.bnslness to a popular octan resort. KjRv The Tiny Ilnby nrentues Ills Last. BBW' WAtxniLD, Mass., Nov. S3. The little Infant of BBV Mr. snd Mrs. Uenry II. llayville, named John BHS'f Jlansfleld, who weighed but eight ouueos when BBKi, bom, About two weeks sgo. died last night. At the Uf time Of his death the tiny fellow only welched two By') isounds. lie was a perfectly formed child, but his K extremities were nothing bnt bones covered with Br Mtln. His tyes were the alio of peas, and although Rt ' ,' be had a remarkable appetite be did not grow In BBrw weight rery rapidly, ills brothers, of whom there BBb r' 1?" DUmlr ve all large. BBBh . . BHk'.' Probably the Cause. BB ., IFrott Hit Xamn Cilu Tlmti. BBB' I ', Over Jtbreo hundred pennies were found In Ibe BHSYv fh M stomach of Barnum's late lamented white elephant. IK, vVA,i':JtsrBiIsed that a MethodUt congregation. wtdch BBLL i V 99 nsKed the olrcus by mlstate, mistook his HkhW ,' j f SM Pattil b., E. J. DE1E & CO., Mlt'UlMrlOUS TO A. T. STEWART & CO., (IlKTAlLk LARGE REDUCTIONS ALL DEPARTMENTS. TJioy oil or 500 PIECES FRENCH ALL-WOOL FANCY WEAVE AND AMRE CLOTH, AI.SU PLAIN AND STRIPED CAMELS HAIR CLOTH FOR COMBINATION SUITS, at 60c. per yard; Roducod from $1.00 and $1.25. 1,000 REMNAHTS FINE WOOL DRESS FABRICS AT HALF PRICE. 5,000 DRESS PATTERNS, COTTON, COTTON AND WOOL, FINE ALL-WOOL SERGES, CAMEL'S HAIR, FOULE CLOTHS, CHEVIOTS, ETC, at 95c. to $10.00 each. 500 COMBINATION ROBES, from $6.00 eaoh ; LESS THAN HALF THEIR VALUE, ELEGANT HOLIDAY 000DS9 embracing a groat variety of UNIQUE PANOY AETIOLES, WOEKS OF AET, BEIO-A-BEAO, etc., at exceptionally low prices. Broadway, 4th aye., 9tli and 10th sts. HAD TO LEAVE .EW YORK. Tbe 1'acWc Itullronil Commission lu Wnsh. lot-ton I'rcpnrluB Its ltvport. Upeoul to Tur wobld.i WjuiniNOTON, Nov. ss. The report of the com mlttco to laVcstleate the Pacific rnlfroails will bo bunded to President Cleveland next Tnnrsdaj. Comuilssluncr K. Cilery AnJereon and s corps of clerks are now engaged on it at tbe Arlington. "Woinade upoar mliids, "said Mr. Anderson to a Would correspondent this evening, "that to nave lUu report ready at trie time specified we must leave Mew York, with its many allurements, diversions and Interruptions. We snail have It ready, however, on time. It will make 800 pages. Wo have encountered more nr less difficulty in its preparation. In tho nrst placo there wero 2,000 ji.inea of testimony to examine, 'lho reports of the specialists and engineers to examine Into the physical condition of the PactSo roads arc only now dribbling In and will be sent to Congress by themselves." "Is the work of the commission finished bjtho banding In of tho report T " ho was asked. " I hope It will be, but jou will find that Con. ..... .will n.ant man, ihinn. Av..,.lna., nth.u .. !'" ..... '.... (HHU. .M.UH l(H.IUIUt 4cioaiu scores of knotty points to be considered, und the knowledge of the Commissioners will be required from time to time to uld Congress In lis work. " Mr. Anderson's position as u political leader Is so well established that Ms views are always well worth rending, lie was asked nhat the Deuiocrutlo prospect was: " The Democrats will have but one candidate. The District-Attorney contest settled that. (Mr. Anderson worked, Bpoke and voted forNlcolL) It Is only unoihci Instance of Mr. Cleveland's luck. Up to the time tho District-Attorney nominations were made the canvass was stale ami flat. At once the Ores were lighted and burned fiercely. That contest increased tho registration in Nmv York 0,000. That meant an Increase of the Democratic majority In the Bute of 6,000. It also meant a Democratic Uctory for tne male ticket, Mr. Cleve land's certain renomlnailon and election. " s Three Clrls llreaU Out of Prison. ISltClI. TO TIIU WOULD.) I.KtnuvHTEit, Mass., Nov. W. Officers have been scourlDg tite country trying to get trace of tho three girls who Saturday night made their escspe from the Mate Industrial School at Lancaster. Ibe clrls are about fifteen years old and uavo given the .Superintendent no end of trouble. They have set eral times planned to escape, but were not suc cessful until Baturday night. They managed to net tools to remove the crating from a second story window. Tearing bed clothing Into strips, they knotted a rope by which they made their descent to the ground. Their flight was not dlsoovered until near morning. Tbe girls were easily traced to bterlitiE, to which town they walked, but there the trail was lost. Tbe de.crlptlon received here Is meagre, line Is said to be tall and xpare, the other two rather short and stout. The oinccr who was here last night In his search did not know tbe names of tbe daring tnglllves. Copt. MursliRll Killed In Callforuln. III1C1AL TO Til It WOnLD.I Jamestown, N.Y., Nov, 2& James J.Marshall, the oldest ttcatnboat captain ou Chautauqua I-ike, left Mayvllle one week ago with an excursion party for California. A despatch from Napa, CaL, announces his death In a rabroad acclUent and aaya his wife will also lose her life. Origin of Itarnmn's I'lre. From is. OiKAAa lt'orIJ.1 Omaha Man I nee llarnum has been burned out again. Old Circus Mau Yes, I told tho nruu who had charge of the sacred white elephant he'd have a fire If he wasn't careful, but some folks never can learn sense It stems to me. "You think the tiro was tbe white elephant keep er'g faultt" c I guess so. Ha bad ft habit of throwing waste .watwlnto tbe Uino barrel." j, . 33 West 14thBt. We will offer this week extraordinary bar trains In Alaska Seal and Heal Plnsh (srmentsi also tailor-made Jackets, Newmarkets and Italians for ladles, misses and children at rrntlr reduced prlcrs. Heine mnnufhrtftrrr, we nre nblo to test tlio qnnllty of inntcrlnls brloro nlilklnu up and attain a superiority of style mid finish not to be found elsewhere. Alaska Sealskins. Alaska Hcalakln Harquea. 81 1 0.00 to 8R20.00 Alaska sealskin Wraps, SHQ.OO to BKlfl.OO Alaska Henlsldn Jncliets. 870.00 to 1 20.00 Atnska Henlskln Nowmnrkrts, 8200 to HIIOO Abovii are warranteil mads of tils bot quslltltis bf London drewtd Als.ks ReaUklns. HPUCIAI.. Inordsrto reduce stock ws hare slsctsd s limited number of carmonts from above lots, which wwlll offer this week as follows! Hnnlskln Wraps, 8T0 worth... 8100 Henlskln Snrqnes, 8N0 worth. 81'JO HcalsklnJnckets, Stin.OOi tvorth 8100 Fur Trimmings, Rugs, fco. Kusslan Ilarn AlnfTs, 4Dc. lions .'81.21 Natural Lynx fllnfTs, 82.40; Iloa 83.00 Natural nearer Muffs. 1IHo., 81.24. HI. OH up Alaska Hnblo ftlaffs, 84.t)H lions 80.IIS Nntnral Fox AIuOs. 8I.OH1 Iloa 84.411 Vur Trlmmlnes, VJo, iwr yard and upward. Fur lUibtts for baby crrlce, lloml, '.'.50. Pur Unjti, full aire, 1.M. Fur Itobes, $.1.00 to (80.00. Coachmen's out fits, Ospessnd OIotos, very fins, sjlO.OOt sold elawhero for C18.00. Vur Caps, Boys', 08. to "1.00; Man's 81.7B to (13.00. Plush Sacqucs and Wraps. Meal Plnsh Jackets... 815.00 to 822.00 Heal IMnsh Hacques 81N.00 to 817.00 Heal Plush Wrnps 812.00 to 8011.00 Heal Plush Newmnrketa... 840.00 to 800.00 Above garments are made on Healskin Tatterns, by the moat com petsnt far tallorst the nuitrlals aro selected with the utmost oare. Imported Wraps at greatly re duced prletMi. Newmarkets, Raglans, Jackets. Jnrkels, new styles 82.HH to 814.00 Haitians, full bark SO.OH to 827.00 Newmarkets, bell sleeves... 80.0M to 824.00 Jerseys, nil lines tJHc. to 84.00 Ths aboTe lota Include many Imported garments, as well aa tbniM of our own make, aud will ound particu larly dealrablo. Misses' Cloaks. Fancy tJretclien Cants 83.36 nml 80.00 Newmnrkets, cape aud hood 84.40 and SH Plash Coats (all colors) 84.70 and 80 Infants1 Cashmere erab. Coats.. Sl.SUnnd 83 Infants' Astrakan Coats 80.00 In Misses' and Children's Cloaks we show all new and pretty styles, and guarantee prlees lower tban elsewhere. Garments made to order without delay. Upholstery and CurtainB. 1,000 pair Lnco Curtains (now aud eletrnnt dcslcns) at 81.40. worth 83.00 Raw Hllk Portieres, In all colors. Handsome Ilados at 82.411, worth 81.0(1 Milk Chrnllln Portieres, flgurt'd centres anil dados, axlrn value. .81.1)8, nre worth 80.00 Hmyrna Hngs, 8x30, new patterns OOr. Window Mhndea, frlnased, rendy to hnli(t..21)r, Curtnln Poles, brass trimmed 12Xc Mantel Lambrequins, handsomely embroidered. 111), shed with tassels and lined, at B3o, t also a complete linn uf Plus and Felt Lambrequins, Table Oovurs, Homrfs, Ac. India Silks aud Madras, lu leading patterns, for Baah Cnrtalns. Silks and Velvets. Ladles will And cur stock of HI I Its, Velvets, Plushes, TUIIIInery, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, llloves, cVe., particularly well selected for llnq trade. The pricea for all aro guaranteed lower than similar gooda can be purchased elsewhere. Spocial Bargains. We offer about 000 odd garmonts. Jackets, Now markets, Itnglnns and Uolinnns, at 82.40, 80.00 and 88.00. These goods wero ruadu up early, and we now desire to close them out regsrdlessuf oust. The pricea quoted are In uo case mora than nnchalf the original price. J. 2V. COLLINS 0 CO., 32 WUST 14TI1ST. MRS. HILTON'S STRAXGK DISAPPEAKANCE. A mystery In n I.ltlle Maine Villugo That Was Nrter Holted. (Von A r.imj.n (Mr.) IliralJ.) Near sixty years ago Providence located yonr corresjiondent In l-at charming portion of tbe tonn of Lincoln ille known as the Fletcher neighbor hood. In childhood's days we thought It a lovely spot. Some ninety or u hundred ycaiu Ago the esrly Kettlrra of that locality were greatly excited und disturbed o it tho mysterious and unai count able disappearance of one of their number, a young married lady, on whose fate the lapse of near u century b.m shed uo light. At the time to which we reler most of tbe farms where tho soil was good had beeu entered for settlemrut, clearings ad been made, inure or Ioj extensive, and rude habitations railed Ihcreuu.wheiiamanby the name of Hilton, with nls wife, settled on what was niter wards known as the Cox farm, and still later ns the Whltmore place, about three-fourths of a mile from the Fletcuer pond. There were a few acres of cleared land anu a small house on the place nt the time when Hilton moved Into the neighbor hood. One pleasant day, not long after Hilton's settlemeut in (bat place, his wife visited at Mr. Jonathan Fletcher's. Mrs. Fletcher descillwd her as a wrll-dresjcd, fine appearing woman, with whose appearance sne was much pleased, Mrs. Hilton remained at Deacon Fletcher's till after tea, but started for home, somu three-fourths of a mile dlhtant, beforo sunset, but she never reached her journey's end. Ucr husband declared that he had not seen anything Jf her after she left home to make the call ou Mrs. Fletcher. Careful search revealed no traco of tbe missing woman, 'lucre was, as It usual In such esses, suspicion of foul play, whlca was never, however, substantiated by any evidence worthy of consideration. '1 he people were all agog, and tho search lor proofs became In tensely exciting snd the field for gossip ami sur mise was a fruitful one. Search was from time to time renewed with In creased vigilance, as suspicion of crime became prevalent In the community; hut renewed ecurcii afforded no light as to what had become of the lost woman. We can have little conception how com pletely Isolated tbe people of Maine were who dwelt a few miles Inland a century ago. Tbe tele graph, the railroad and their oltsprluir, the dally paper, were among the unkuown factors of civil ization, and what took place a hundred miles away was less known than what now takes place on the eastern continent. Hut It their world was vision bound, everything '.hat transpired within their limited range was magnified snd 'ntentltled, and the feeling In tbe community wnero this mysterious event occurred was uo doubt sa Intense aa what we have seen take place lately lu the barren case in the town of Dexter, A a last resort to caln light npon the unsolved roblem, a aelf-constltnted committee went to ( astlne, then the emporium of all " down east," STERN BROS. SPECIAL SALE SILK UMBRELLAS. One Lot 26-inch Silver Handles ; 1 00 QQ FORMER 1'RICE, $3.50, J ty.tV) One Lot 26-inch Natural Handles ; QO Rfl 'FORMER VRICE, $3.75, J Llvj One Lot 26-inch Natural Handles : 1 00 tsfl FORMER VRICE, $3.00, J UUBUU One Lot 26-inch Silver Handles ; 1 QQ 7R FORMER TRICE, $5.00, 10 J 0 I U One Lot 26-inch Silver Handles ; OK Rfl FORMER 1'RICE, $8.75, J $JtJU All of tho above arc from tho most celebrated makers, and will be found tho best values over ottered. In addition to the above unusually large and choice assortments of umbrellas for GENTLEMEN, with Natural, Silver, Gold and Ivory Blountings, and choice collection of Canes. 32 TO 36 WEST 23D STREET, AND 23 TO 35 WEST 22P STREET, BONA-FIDE SACRIFICE SALE FNE OVERCOATS $15.00. 1 i $15.00. o o u 6 Our great " SPECIAL SALE " of the last two weeks almost cleaned out our immense stook of Overcoats, but we imd this morning that we have loft EIGHT HUNDRED AND SIXTY OF OUR FINEST COATS. In many lines we have but one or two sizes, and among this lot are several hundred "Odd " Overcoats. These coats are of the finest Imported Goods, Silk or Satin lined, and out and made by Custom Tailors. We have been selling them from $25.00 to $45.00. They Include all colors and styles and materials, and anybody can be SUITED and FITTED. We will close them out TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY without regard to value. You will find the entire lot on TABLE NO. 1, just as you enter the door. Select for yourself any boat on the table at FIFTEEN DOLLARS. A. H. KING & CO., The Reliable Broadway Clothiers, 627 AND 629 BEOADWAY, NEAR BLEEOKEB STREET. OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. to consult ouc llurgojue, who hail great fame In trie land an u seer or wizard. The community at that time, like Saul of old, liellceil It an net of worldly wisdom to consult such peonlo when thero was any Information to lie named, and a religious duty to Imrn or hani; them If their Information proved correct, as that was proof positive that they were children of the devil, The story goes that Ilurcoyue Informed the luautrcrs that Mrs. Hilton was murdered aud that the body was barrelled up, and the li.it r el und contents thrown Into tho Fletcher pond, and on the strength of this story, toe pond was nearctied with great dill grnce, oat uo Intelligence uf the missing one tv ss obtalut d. rorhnp' as a sequel ol tho sooth sayer's statement, a lad who lived with Deacon Fletcher at the time, chanced to pass by the pond ouo ulgut and saw, or thought he auw something white rise out of the p'jnd. It might have been a loon or something of that kind that he saw, but tho leilnw was n sure It was tho ghost of the murdered woman that he would scarcely go to the door after dark, much less go near the pond In the night time. Hut what became of Mrs. Hilton has re mained an unsolved mystery from that hour till the present time, and will no uotibt contluue the same through all coming time. m C. K. AND 0. R. GAKKISON KILLED. Nephews of Commodore Onrrlson I'reclpl luted Down a Aline III Allsseurl. tSrXCML TO Tnt WORLD.) St, Loots, Nov, 8. A despatch to the HejniUi can from Webb City, Jasper County, Mo., aa nouncts the accidental death at that placo this alternoon of C, K. Qarrlson, Jr., and C. It, Oar rlson, nephews of the late Commodore Garrison and sous of I). It Garrison, ol this city. The two Garrisons, who were aged respectively forty and forty-six yearn,' Invested last year In a xtnc mine at Webb City, which (hey undertook to personally superintend and manage. They bad been exceedingly successful and were amassing a fortune. To-day, while coming out of the mine, the holster In which they were being pulled up broke, precipitating the men a distance of 100 feet Into the earth, killing one of Ihem In stantly and so injuring the other that he died a lew moments after being taken out. O. K, Garrison, another brother, engaged in busi ness at the neighboring town of Carthage, went to Webb City this evening and will bring the bodlts lo HL. Louis' tor'lutcrment on Wednesday. Charles it Garrison leaves a wife and three children. GK. Garrison, jr., was a widower, and leavci one child. Si llnsetia.ll Men to .fleet. ISriCUL TO TBI wonLD.l Nkwiuk, Nov. . President Collins, of the In ternational Ilascball League, las called a meeting of the Leagues for Thursday, Dec, I, at uooo, at the Klfth Avenue Hotel, Now York. All the clubs dcslnng admission to the League will be present The meeting will je an Important ouo. Tbe lame of the Lcajne will be changed, and it Is probable that the jurisdiction will Include only New York, NevfJeraeyanai-eBtuviTaBla, J"". WHEKE FINE GARNETS COME FROM. Home ofthe Handsomest Gems In Tills Country Found In New York State. IFron Barprt Uaganint. Tno finest garnots in tho world aro thoso found near Gallup, New Mozlco, Fort Defiance, ArUona, aud Helena, Montana. They are otten associated with the oily green and olive green pcrldota called "Job's tear" on the surface of ant-hills, where thoy have been carried not only by the ants, but also by the icorplons. They are there called rubles. Although the garnets found In tho diamond mines at the Capo of Good Hope (the B0-callod 'Cape rubies") are larger In size than these, aud perhaps by daylight equal to them, there aro t.ndoubtedly no garnets found that apptor better In the evening and by artificial light than those from the United States. The dark color of the Cane garnets remains Inartificial light, whereas the American garnets Bhow only tho clear blood-red hues. The color of these 'Is usually a rich red, but very often purple or almandlne, and sometimes approaching to the tint of honey. Many thousand dollars' worth of these garnets have been disposed of. They are rarely larger than three carats each. Fine garnets are also fouud In North Carolina, Pennsylvania and New Kngland. The tourmalines from Maine have long enjoyed world-wide reoowu as the finest known. Crystals over eight inches In length have beeu mined, but, unfortunately, many have been Injured either by weathering or by blasting. A rlnu while cut achrolte uf twenty-three carats, a rJnn ruby-red tourmaline of over twenty carats, some green of over tneuty-rlve carats, and a large number of almost, all conceivable colors, are Ui the Hamlin and (ihepsrd collections. The former contains the finest series of this gem In the world, and would furnish full suites for a dozen cabinets. At this locality are crystals white nt one end, shad ing Into grotn, then light green, and llnally red at the other end. We llnd here all (he inter esting occurrence of a green outer crystal Inclosing a white one, within which Is a red or blue centre. The gems from this locality would amount to many thousands of dollars lnalue. Auburn, Me., has also furnished a number of light blue and the prin cipal lighter shades of blue and pink gems, but none over e u carats In weight. Kxtilorstlona.at Ncwcorub, N. Y., during the last summer brought to light many Cne brown and yellowish crystals, some weighing several carats, which are the finest yet discovered In this country, and closely resemble the brown gems from Carlntbla, Austria. A Copy of "Den Ilnr" for the Pope. ISriCUL TO TBI WOBLD.l iNnuNAt'OMs, Nov. . 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UO-UU - On. year 10.00Oue jesr .. g5.0UOn year.. ....... 60.0(1 1 Agents and Brokers -will find it greatly to their advantage to placo busU r nesB where the payment of claims is prompt and certain. , GREAT INDUCEMENTS IN IfCHNITCRn.CAltPKTS AND ilEDDING. LUDWIG BATJMANN & 00.,, NOS. 518 ANU 514 8TI1 AVK., BETWEEN 30T1I AND 30TI1 HTM. , AN OLD-TIME ELECTION There Wore! lively Hcenes Around the Polls lu Kentucky In Those Days. Trorn a Itlttr fty Gwrg P. irnifo, founder qf (As Loui.tM. Journal, IPHII.n 1830. Deak biB I have Just witnessed a strange thing a Kentucky election and am disposed to give jon an account of It. An election In Kentucky lasts three days, and, during that period whiskey and apple-toddy flow through our cities snd vil lages like the Euphrates in ancient Baoylon. I must do Lexlngtou the juBltoe to say that matters wero conducted here with tolerable propriety; but lu Frankfort, a place which 1 had the curiosity to visit on the last day of the election, Jacksomsm and drunkenness Btslkcd triumphant' 'an unclean pair of giants. " A number of runners, eaoh with a whiskey bottle poking Us loug ncok from his pocktt were busily employed bribing voters, and each party kept half a dozen bullies under pay, genuine specimens of Kentucky alllgator Uin, to flog every poor fellow who should attempt to ote Illegally. A half a hundred of mortar would scarcely fill up tho chinks of the sknlls that were broken on that occa sion. I barely escaped myself. One of the run ners came up to me and, slapping me on the shoul der with his right hand and a whiskey bottle with his left, asked mo If I was a voter. " No," said L ' ' Ah, never inlpd, " quoth the fellow, pulling a corn-oob ont of the neck of the bottle andshaking It np to the best advantage, "Jest tako a swig at the cretur and toss in a vote for old Hickory's boys I'll fight for yon, damme I" Hero was a tempta tion, to be sure, but after looking alternately at tho bottle and the bullies who were standing ready with their sledge-hammer lists tp knock down all Inter lopers, my fears prevailed and I lost my whiskey. Shortly after this I witnessed a fight that would have done honor toMendoza and Dig lien. A great ruffian-looking scoundrel, with arms like a pair of cables knotted at the ends, and a round black head that looked like a forty-four pound cannon Bhot, swaggered qp to the polls and threw In his bit of pa per, andwas walking off In triumph. ' 'Stop.frlend," exclaimed one of tno Salt Itlver Hearers, stepping deliberately up to him, " Areyoua voterT" "Yes, by ."riplledhcof the Ilullet Head. "That's a lie, " rejoined the Itoarer, "and you muBt Just prepare yourself to go homo an old man, for I'll bo damned If I don't knock yon Into the mlddlo of your ninety-ninth year. " ' ' Ay, ayt " replied tho other, "come on, then; I'll ride you to hell, whipped up with tbe sea sarplntl" They had now reached an open space, and tbe Salt Itlver bully, snaking his flat a moment by war of a feint, dropped his chin snddenly npon his bosom and pitched headforemost towards the atomaoh of his an tagonist with tho whole force of his gigantic frame. Bullet Head, however, waa on his guard, and, dodglndaslde with the rfulckness of lightning to avoid tho shock, gave the assalUnt a blow that sent him staggering agonist a whiskey table, where ho fell to tne ground amid tho craBh of bottles, mugs! and tumblers. Nothing dannted by this temporary discomfiture, the bully gathered himself up, and, with a single muttered -curse, renewed bis place In front of his foe. Several blons were now glvtn on both sides with tremendous effect, and In a few moments tho Salt Itlver boy, watching bis opportunity, repeated the manoeuvre In which ho huu first been fulled. This time he was successful. His head was planted directly In bis antagonist's stomach, who fell backward with such force that I had no expectation of his ever rising again. "Is the scoundrel done fort" inquired the temporary victor, walking up and looking down on his pros trate 101. Ilullet Iload spoke not, but with tho bound of a wild cat leaped lo his feet and grappled with his enemy. It waa a trial of strength, and the comlmtants tugged and strained and foamed at tbe mouth, and twined like serpents around each other's bodies, till nt length the strength of the Budet Head prevailed, and his opponent lay strug gling beneath him. "Gouge him!" "Oougo bltii l" exclaimed a dozen voices, and the tppmost' combatant seized bis tlctlm by the hair, and was Preparing to follow the nd Ice that was sbonted In U ear, when the prostrate man, roused by des peration and exerting a strength that seemed su perhuman, caught his assailant by the throat with a grasp like that of fate. For a few moments tho struggle seemed to cease, and then the fuco of lho throttled man turned black, his tnnsue fell, out of bis mouth, and he rolled to the ground as senseless as a dead man. I turned away a confirmed believer In the doctrine of total depravity. " To Cut oli lb Other Fellows. tfWsi Cklago litr OetK, Two deteouves accompany Jay Gould on nls trips. BrttWKaJMNMitdfci'taMt tt mt mam.: ' KEALi ESTATE. $ THE BE8T CHRISTMAS PRESENT! To lve Wife ar Children Is anEleg&nt Lot at EAST NEW YOI (liGth WAUD, BROOKLYN), Bath Beach Junction OR WOODSIDE HEIGHTS With Titles Positively Insured by "Titls GoMtctV and Trust Oo." PRICES $150 and Upwards, PAYABLE $5 and $10 Monthly. 10 per cent discount for all cash. Tree Excursions dally to Math Beach Janesl tlan and Woodslde llelshts. .Maps and atl onrilcuUrs of JURE. JOHN HUN Jr., ut 0(1 Liberty Ntrect, New Yorlts or 303 Knlton wtreet. Brooklyn. t PIANOS AND URQAN3. ESTEY PIANOS Tbesa famous Instruments eonUIn psUntsd ImpTovsr menu not foundtu other plsnos, snd whloh raske thsos superior la tons and durability to ny other Disks, lie furs deciding- what pUno to buy. call st No. 0 Kut Four teenth street snd see snd heu them. Tbe prloea an lost fior cash or on small monthly payments. A MJMUUIIOFOIIAND, nprlaht and sonars punas IX, ofoormake, slightlr nd,. almost as sood as n, and fully warranted, will IM sold at liberal rednotloa from regular prices t plsnos to rent. Wra. Knabe A O. 1111 6th ate., above 16th t. BAROAINB IN PIANOS at IJndeman 4 Son's war e nwms, 140 Bth ate., near lutb st. I a large assort ment of new and aUghtly rued, pianos of our own aa4 other makes at very attractive prices. r JIK "OPKRA" PIANO. UA most popular and lho finest In the market, only (10 monthly until paid! ens Quarter's music lessons free i rent only t Rd'? eataJogoe. Peek A Son. M16 .West th st. . corner U'waT, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. A PART OK A GOOD nUTOIIKR SnOP to let to l fish and oyster man. 819 Evergreen are., urojklyn. i: - Harvard Ha Not Protested tbe Game. Boston, Nov. 28. The following communloaUaa ' is tarnished tor publication: "Numerous articles hare appeared in the New" JR. York nd lioslon papers within tho last few dart 9 questioning the result of the Harvard-Yale football ' gams on Thanksgiving Day, and also criticising tho ; decisions and rulings of the refereo. We. In bj . hslf of the Harvard University Football Assoclaj lion, wish to atate officially that nono of these como from the team. If the game U to bo protested M all it will bo protested legally snd atthe props lime and pUeo. J. U. iabs, I Captain of Harvard Keren, r A. V. Uauuoi. I ...lafcSwfc "KvCis:smfT3 4t1'