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J . WW T FIRST ;S?tlfE1ife TnTT5QT '4m , L1J 1 -- 1 1U3' C IfflfflS WffliPf IMI I EDITION, m PRICEWONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER II, 1887. PRIrF )NF p. !9 I Joic that VnuiifMfrr Itn (Iroirn. NO FIFTH WHEEL ALLOWED. KO GEORGE INSPECTORS LET SERVE ON '; BOARDS OP REGISTRX. , Heveral Arrests Itaile of Men Who Wanted ) to Enforce Their Claims Discharged nt X tlio Police Court with a Heprlmnnd No l'J Test Case Vet Prepared No Unusual , Registration Itcparted. I i Every policeman ouduty nt a place of rog- - I istry y was carefully equipped by bis I captain with a stock of law points sufficient to jf niako blm a match forany obstroperous would-b- e Qeorgo inspector wbo might J bhow up. Itwnswelleiplaluedto tho policemen that , I tho General Term of tho Supremo Court had decided the appointment of tho 812 United Labor Party Inspectors Bworu in by John J. O'Brien to be illegal. A resolution of the Police Board was also read in each statlon-hous- directing tho officers to noii-f- y the regular Democratio and Kopublican Inspectors that persons presenting alleged '\ S appointment as election inspectors under chapter 480 of the laws of lb87 must not be permitted to tako any part in tho organizo-,A- 1 Hon of tho Board of Registry or to act as the fifth inspector unti 1 furthor orders. Tho avowed determination of tho United Labor party men to attond tho polling places. upon tho validity of tho O'Brien and join the ltepublicon inspectors in organizing tho Boards of ltcgistry was known to tho police, and prompt measures wero taken to checkmato such a move. The policemen on duty wero told to ignore i any willingnesson the part of tho regular in- - . spectors to recognizo tho Qeorgo men. and. In case tho latter would not retire peaceably, to arrest them for disorderly conduct. Generally speaking, the George inspectors bowed to tho inevitable and did not make i any serious trouble. Most of them, seeing it was useless to fight against tho decision of i the court and the action of the police author. I Hies, Btayed away from tho polling places and wont to their work as usual. At about a hundred of tho 812 registry places tho \fifth\ inspector appeared, showed his certificate, was told that he . couldn't act. and then loft with tho beBt 1 grace lie could muster. A number, however, proved obstinate and caused a good deal of trouble ..Tuof5o!rROInan in tno Nineteenth Elcc-- I tlon DlBtnct of tho Second Assembly Dis- - l trict was William J. Dobbin, of No. 7G Eliza beth Btrfet. At 8 o'clock ho 6tood at tho door of the place of registry, No. 11 Pell street, and when the members of tho Board canio ho Insisted that he had a right to recognition. i Patrick H. Callahan, tho Chairman of the Board, who is a Kopublican, wanted to nd- - j lnit Mr. Dobbin and said so very emphati cally. His Kopublican colleago sustained film, but tho Democratic, members kicked powerfully and so did Policeman Granville. Mr.Dobbin brought bis lawyer.John Galla- gher, and both iiuidd tho best fight they coultb It of no use, howovor, for the police- man stood firmly by his instructions. Lawyer Gallagher then went to the Eliza- beth street station-hous- o ond protested to Cnpt. McCnllagh. Ho wanted a test case made on Mr. Dobbin's olaim and asked tho . Captain to arrest his client. ! I Capt. McCullngh refused to do this, saying f. that as yet Dobbin hadnot broken tho law. .To prevent Chairman Callahan from nllow- - ' ing Dobbin to sit with tho Board tho Captain I went round and formally notified him of tho decision of tho General Term and read tho , resolution passed by the Police CommiK-- i . sioners. Callahan promised to oboy the law j and Dobbin was fqjrccd to retire. 5 Another scono occurred at tho registry ! plaoo, No. 85 Canal street, where the Board i for tho Eighth Election District of the Sixth Assembly District, met. William II. Autcn-- i rieth.the George inspector, insisted on be- - 'l mg allowed to act. The Board refused to recognizo him and Ofllcor William ABsing J told him he must quit. \I have a certificate of my appointment, 5 signed by tho Chief of the Bureau of Elections and I will stay horo till tho placo closes,\ ) said Antennefh. He held his ground until it ho was arrested and taken to tho Eldride A street station-hous- e. Capt. Allaire could not persuade him to yield noacoobly and ho was f arraigned as a disorderly person bofore Jus- - ,iT - tloe Patterson nt the Essex Market Court. p . Here he got another dose of tho law, was 2 severely reprimanded, and told that if here- - turned to tho polling place ho would be I brought back and fined. Autenrieth went f homo. J. Similar incidents oconrrod ot tho I'oflth l nd Soventh election districts of the Fourth j. Assembly District. Thomas Lee, of No. 78 East Broadway, Tj and Charles P. Schneider, of No. 470 Water M street, presented certificates as representa- - Jj tivBS of tho United Labor party. Thoy were m evidently anxious to bo martyrs, and to M that end defied Policemen Staploton and a Bean to put them out. Bchneider clutched I the edge of tho tablo and had to bo dislodged J by force. Lee said ho would bring suit for .damages if he was removed. Both woro ar- - $ .restod and takeu to the Essex Market Court. Justice Patterson reprimanded them and also said he would impose a heavy finoif thoy camo before him again. In the Fifth Procinct tho Georgo men did !. not attempt to enforco their claim ; and, though Capt. MoElwain was called upon to t pxplain the law to many who refused to tako the necessary. policemen's word for it.no arrests wf-- e i T Ti'Tt\J.rte Assonbly District is one i 2Jm of S'16!1 Lab?r l,arty',8 strongholds, and inspectors could not lo choked off by mero words. ' John J. Hassan, of COC East Fourteenth 1. rK5tfc?r'?iUcS,,ffwt,ed tt8 inspector tor District. Ho insisted tak-- wilh &fi1h B',?r1?n'l Burned tS be m OmL \Si n\ ltowloy ln th0 ca8 that upon himself the responsibility would of ?epd?at- - ing h s claim. Sergt. Hhiro tried in vain to i explain matters to Hasson; but he would bo iuspector and had to bo urrested MaAet Ho got he usual roprinmnd at the Essex Court. Difficulties arose at the try place fpr the .Fifteenth and Twenty. rog .,i first Election Districts, 168 A and 185 S Avenue 0, but the George claimants yield to V persuasion and wore not arrested. 1 onTttu. of 117 Molt street, I UuitedTjibor jwrty certificate for the Nine\ 3 teuiith Election Dfstr ct of tho Third Assern $ bly District. He went to tho registry plaw No. 78 Fourth and put fu hfc claim I bofsterou?611 \ WM aeBied h beco \ I am aii inspector,\ he shouted, \and you dare not arrest mo.\ Officer James A. Brooks did doro to araest him, however, and Justlco Duffy, in the Jefferson Market Court, told him ho had better abandon all further attempt to act to. nay or ho would ha fiuod. .7ftX!d Ke',1S?i,tll9oorK0 m\ assigned to Eloctiou District of the Hfth Assembly Distilct, stood against the nHr?n h? ,.obttc,; 8torov 22 Mercer street, utehi. it opened nt 8 o'clock. brought from tho station-hous- o to gfvo him advice. \ My fricpd,\ he said in a fatherly touo, \ if you stay hero to obatruct this place of registry you will got into trouble. I shall havo to arrest you and tako you to court.\ \ That's what I want,\ said Kepler. Tho Captain offered to accommodate him. Kepler lingored a moment and thon said ho guessed he'd go back to work. In tho Twcnty-thir- d Election District of tho Twenty-fourt- h Assembly District one Democratio inspector f ailed to appear. Tho Georgo inspector was accepted by tho two Kcpublicau inspectors against the protest of tho other Democratio inspector and began to servo. Supt. Murray hear- ing of this sent Inspector Conlin and threo other men to take charge of tho polling place and report his action at once, tho object being to turn out tho threo present Inspectors, two Kcpublicau and ono Henry George, and put iu. other men to toko their places. This will bo followed by tho arrest of tho tliroe re- moved inspectors lor tho violation of tho pro- visions of the election law. In tho uptown districts tho United Labor party has walklnc delegates stationed with- out tho doors of tho polling places who tho names of tho persons whoso eligi- bility to voto is questioned. Johnny O'Brien was surprised that nono of tho Labor men had mado a test case. The registration is about tho averago of off years. CAVT. REllLrS REPORT. 8npt. Murray Tarns It Over' to tli Police C'oDiinlulaucm. Tho report of Police Capt. Kcilly concern- ing the clubbing in Union Squaro on Satur- day evening was sent in to Supt. Mur- ray this morning. Supt. Murray tho report nuil promptly turned it over to tho Polico Commissioners. Tho report doe3 not diffor materiolly from the outline given in advance in Tin: Evenino Would of ycterday. Tho members of tho Executive Committoo of tho Progressives havo not yet visited tho Superintendent or laid beforo him thoir affidavits from tho five men who wero seriously Injured by the club- bing policemen. If specific charges aro made against polico. men by namo charges will be preferred ot onco, but in cases whoro thcro is a general or Bweeplng allegation of misconduct, without specifying tho man or men who woro guilty, nothing will bo done, as tho polico officials cannot put a platoon or tho cntiro forco on trial under fictitious names. Tho Polico Commissioners havo said enough, while manifesting a general spirit of reticence, to indicate tho courso they will pursuo. Commissioners Voorhis ond Portor havo openly declared that, whilo freo to admit that a blunder was committed by tho police in making a wholesale raid upon tho Union Squaro crowd, they were sont there to keep the peace, and did not intond to do anything wrong, ond, os Capt. Hollly gave no order for the assault, he is blameless, and cannot bo held accountable for what occurred. Commissioners French and McClavo do not go quite so far as thoir colleagues, and will not freely admit that a blunder was made. They do not sanction polico inter- ference with freedom of speech, thoy do not forget tho terrible, massacre at Chicago, and thoy think that whoro inflamma- tory speeches aro made which aro cal- culated to arouso tho passions and preju- dices of unthinking men against the lawful authorities arrests should follow so that a test caso may bo mado. Thoy do not believe that thoro should boone law for Herr Most and another law for his followers who indulge in tho bame stylo of violent harangue. In tho latter view of tho caso Fitz-Joh- n Porter concurs, but tho threo do not opproi o of promiheuous or unnecessary clubbing. There is no longer any doubt that tho Polico Commissioners will issuo a long re- - Sort setting forth their views on tho Union clubbing, refuse to put Capt. lleilly on trial, and urge policemen to exercise greater caution hereafter and not resort to tho use of tho club except in cases where their persons are in peril. JUBILANT Tyros. Tiio Striking Ilook Compositors Bellem They Will Carry the liny. Two hundred and twenty-fiv- e striking book compositors aro assembled ot Pythagoras Hall, in Canal street, discussing tho prospect of the success of their effort to mako all the book printing houses \ card offices.\ They aro in good spirits. Secretary De Baun. of tho Typothetai, or employers' association, sent word that ho would accede to the terms of tho now scalo and employ union men only. E. P. Colin its Co. also agreed to the terms of the union. Tho seventy compositors employed by Theodoro Do Vinne did not return to work this morning becauso of thoir employer's to recognizo the cord rule. The com- mittee said that unless Mr. De Vinno camo to terms before night all the hands in his es- tablishment would go out. The offices now on strike aro as follows : Hunter & Beach, Howitt, Trow, A. G. Sher- wood, Middlcditch, Smith A. McDougall, Do Vinne, Tyrrell, Drummoud & Neu and E. Putnam. Tho union committoo decided not to send any ono to represent the strikers before the State Board of Arbitration and Mediation, now in session at tho Metropolitan Hotel. ENTHUSIASTIC NEWSBOYS. Mack Joyful Anticipation Over VUIt to miner's People's Theatre. Tho nowsboys wero in a condition of not particularly subdued ocstacy this morning at tho prospeot of tho visit to Miner's People's Theatre It was not necessary to qucBtion'thcm very extensively as to their feelings on tho subject. Keen anticipa- tory pleasura was written on their shining faces, and among the groups stationed ot tho street comers, there was but ono subject of conversation, and that in. eluded \ Harbor Lights\ and tho Evinino World, in pleasant combination. Ono little fellow Laid ho couldn't sleep last night, thinking about it, and though such a confes- sion of puerility could not hove boon from everybody, it is tolerably cer. tain that a great many were equally affected. A visit to a theatre is an epoch in a newsboy's life. Apparent Dignity. fVont Ik Botion Oatttti. Tbls story U told at the clubs: At one of oar railroad stations, a man of recent Importation thought ho would wile awaj a few momenta by having h1 shoes pollihed. Ho accordingly mount, ed the 's box, and after seating himself, aldi \What tolme does the train goto ding-hum- Tueru was no reiponso to this Inquiry, ucd the seeker for luformatliiu repeated hit ques- tion In inbitanco oi fellows i \I aay, jaxmi fel- ler, what tolme doe the nlxt train go to Olug-lum- All waa silent aa the grave until a byitunderohaerved: \ It's uaelens io talk to t youth : he'a a deaf mute.\ The Inquisitive nccu-pa- nt of the chair looked dazed for a moment, and then ejaculated t \I don't care what he Is; bo needn't bo to doranod atln, anyhow.\ Tho Pint Man Iltard From. ft ( Editor of Till fKlg IMJl Oood Lurk. A. T. VfAlMtt, New York. Oct.9. M Cut Elfhteen(h street I v SOME VERY ANGRY LADIES. MAYOR HEWITT MIGHT LOSE HIS HAM AT THE FAIR. ltesentitient Ovrr the Iiitrrfcrrnen Willi the the Device for Luring lllnif The \ Itan-do- ni l'nrtiinsrs\ Ntopprd Ktrrybody WorkliiK Harder than liver unit Not a Hit Discouraged llanrluu and Hpi't-ckcs- . Tho Anti-Pover- fair scored another suc- cess last ovonlug. Tito heat of tho day, w hleh was as warm as if it had strayed from last suminor, did not keep people oway. Nor did it prevent tho young ones from dancing after they got to tho Madison Square Garden. Mary Halligau and Maggie Cregan, the housokeepor and cook of Dr. McGlyntt, were busy iu tho balcony, supplying to tho young ladies and thoir escorts. It is tho baro truth that if a dear girl had hor choice of going in to see the Salvator IioRa, or going upstairs to seo a vanilla ico, Salvator was left. And this docs not imply any doubt of tho genuineness of tho Salvator. Tho painting hangs in a room at the uoith-we- ht corner of the building. It has a real Salvator Hobo rent in it, and this seemed good prtsumptlvo evidcuco that it was genuine. But tho rent was causod by caroleus storage, and tho holo cost the men that made it $1,000. If a littlo holo ten inches long cost so much tho paintiug may well be north tho ($25,000 at which Mr. Studor appraises it. An interesting object offered for disposal by voto to tho most popular yachtsman is tho tarpaulin worn by tho skippor of the America when sho won the cup. Dr. MoGlyim heads tho list, though tho namo of his yacht is not given. Tho woman suffrage booth showed that the sympathies of tho gentler sox wero all for tho United Labor party, which had .1,412 votes. Tho Itopublican scored 2tM and the Democratic almost touched it with 283. Tho Prohibition party closed tho lift, n bad fourth. Dr. McGlynn eyes this expression of feminine viows witli smooth-face- d amia- bility from tho canvas opposito, painted by Perkins. Ono booth bears tho misleading tltlo : \ God's Work.\ It would seem from this as if Moses had omitted some things iu his ac- count of creation, becauflo he nowhere men- tions bluo glass and paper flowers in Genesis. Young women and old women, pretty girls ond some that wero not so pretty, largo and small, offered objects for bale last night, not for rafllo. Tho Into action of the court has put an end to this method of disposing of things. There was a great deal of feeling among tho ladies at being blookod off from this method of reducing tho community to abject poverty during fair-tim- o. \ I think it was just mean,\ said a girl with yellow hair energetically. \ I wish Mayor Hewitt were hero. I believe hojliahii't much hair, but I think he would havo less when ho loft.1' A toll, thin man with a grey mustacho stopped tho mimlo races which woro running and went around and made tho ladies remove, the signs of \ Handom Purchases\ which stood on their stands. Ho exhibited a badge to Mr. Croasdolo, which showed he belonged to tho Society for tho Suppression of Crime. When his namo wos asked ho refused to give it. A friendly policeman was looked for to get tho gcutloman to show reason for his officiousneHH, but in tho meantime the re- pressing worthy disappeared. Mr. Croobdalo was cheerful, though a littlo hot over the treatment to which ho lias been subjected. \ Look ut that I \ he said, si ow- ing a ticket to a fair now going on in a church in thib city. Tho ticket was for admission to the fair, but a coupon was attached entitling tho bearer to n chance in SJ20O in gold, to bo disposed of in four sums of $60 each. \ Thov aro carrying this on without intor-fcronco- ,,, he continued. \ Somebody sent that ticket to mo .\ \ Why did you not get an injunction to restrain interference for a week,\ somobody asked. \ Simply becauso wo boliovo injunctions havo been grossly .abused, and we do not care to have them oeUjfor our own bene- fit.\ On ono table was tho cheekiest sign in tho wholo fair. It said: \ Please hibko a dona- tion to tho table.\ Two or threo young women wero bearing nbout small baskets of wickorwork with the petition, \ Pleaso con. tribute n penny to tho Anti-Povor- Socioty, or any amount you may prefer.\ \The Princess of the Thousand Isles \ palmed off tho knowledge of their future lot on inquisi. tivo souls for a slight pecuniary considera- tion. Sho was enshrined in a little bowor of blue aud red cambric surrounded by rusty evergreens. At 9 o'clock tho dancing began. MoAu-liffo- 's band of eighteen pieces supplied tho musio for tho airy measures. Tho young girls are not as opposed to round dunces as they aro to poverty. Thoy enjoyed having a man help them around the iloor in mazy turus. At 9.00 Judge Maguiro, of San Francisco, made a speech to the patrons of the fair.' Ha alluded to the cai'diual doctrines of the Georgo party. Ho also said: \ Your fair is in tho vt rong place, as tickets for chances aro being sold elsewhere without any chock. Thoy want to crubh a movement from which thoy oxpect no votes, and think this m ensure is ono that will secure them votes elsowhoro. But other efforts have been mado to destroy and injure our party and yet it is stronger than over. When the election comes people will bo surprised at the returns from tho north and west of tho Stote os thoy were astonlslied at tho polling in the last election in this city. But oboy the law, whatever it is, when it is permitted, however obsoleto it may be. Wo can suedcod without any perversion of tho law.\ Judgo Maguiro spoko for fifteen minutes, and was apjuauded. \ You done splendid,\ said one enthusiastic lady, with moro ardor than grammar. Another forced a bunch of Lo Franco rosea on tho Judge, which he gal. lautly lugged around for the rest of the even- ing. Dr. McGlynn was detained at Cooper Union longer than ho expected, but people waited patiently for his advent. Noxt Wednosday tho fair will present tho humorous play. \ From Pumpkin Itidgc,\ under Mrs. Ilaokett'H direction. Tho north end of the supper room iu the Academy has been turned into a theatro which will seut five or six hundred. Last night tho compuuy wero rehearsing. Iu the principalvotlug contests George is only forty votes behind tho man from Maine, ail an aspirant to tho Presidency, The most popular candidalo for tho police- man's bodge is Thomas lleilly, who has 83 votes, and is out of sight of the other com. petitors. Desplto the heart-burnin- which must follow any result iu such a vote, the most popular lady is on the list of suffrages. Mis II. Landau is first with 2S4, and Mrs. Farrell next with 12S. Dr. Henry Carey is tho most popular gentleman of the High, teentli ABbcmbly District; Mr. Feenoy is next, 41 votes behind. Another voting is for tho most unpopular man. Capt. lleilly heads with S votes, anil Mayor Hewitt has 1. This is a mild protest against late restrictions. Circulars were hanging ot the entrance, door last evening containing an explanation of the motives which had led to tho withdrawal \ of tho random purcheso \ tiokels. Iu one place it ran : \ Members of tho y ond of tho United Labor party will not be at a loss to understand the motive under- lying this forced interpretation and harsh of a law that has been so long a dead lettor so far as church and other fairs are concorncd. Tho fair promised to put a largo sum of money into tlio treasury of the United Labor party, and tlio agencies that havo sought to cheat that party out of its by deliberato dvilunco of tho liloiu intent of o statutn havo unhesitatingly obsoleto laws to provent the success of tho fair. Win. T. Croasdalo, Chairman.\ WOLF'S SWINDLING METHODS. How He ninnnstrd to Keep Clrar oflhr Crim- inal Law Ills Latent Kxplolt. Tho arrest iu Boston of Victor 8. Wolf, of this city, by Detect he Heidelberg, of Inspec- tor Byrncs's staff, cuts short tho career of a Bwlndler whose exploits havo extended oer u period of twenty years. Ho has been a resident of this city for twenty years, but has committed crimes in nearly ovory city in tho United States nnd Canada. He has been arrested fifteen times The methods employed by Wolf wero and generally woro so well guarded as to keep within tho restrictions of tho crimi- nal law. He claimed to bo a traveling sales- man for a liquor houeo and would receive a bogus draft for from $100 to $100. Ho had no difficulty in securing a reputablo business man to identify him at a bank as Victor Wolf and once tho money wan in his possession, ho would leave tho city. Iu a few days the mer- chant who identified him would roceho a let- ter from Wolf enclosing $10 to bo credited on tho back of the draft, with a request that it be held until ho returned to tho city. Wolf never returned, and the small payment on account removed tho crime from the penalty of the criminal law. A month ago Wolf rented a honco of Mr. Graham, a builder, of No. 207 East Forty, third street, and gave him a chock for 100 on tho Brooklyn Bank, of Brooklyn, L. I., and removed with his wife and children to thoir new home. Graham paid the check to his brother-in-la- Paul Matsou, who owuod the houso Wolf had rented at No. 322 East Forty-secon- d street, who gave to Wolf $62 in monoy, tho rout being $38. In duo oourse of exchange the check wub returned as no good. Detoctlve Hsidelburger was put on the caso and he jmrsucd Wolf to Boston, and on a telegraph order from Inspector Byrnes, ho was arrested at tho Sherman Houso iu that city and was brought to this city aud is locked up at Po- lice Headquarters. Whilo Wolf was in Boston, Mr. Matson sued out dispossession papers for of tho second month's rent, but when the cabo was called in court yesterday Mrs. Wolf who is unacquainted with her husband's arrest in Boston, sent $38 to court, and thus saved her home for anothor month. When Wolf was arrcstod ho was negotiating for the solo of $3,000 worth of liquors and 10,000 cigars which had been secreted in a ware- house by a morchaut of this city, who, it is alleged, had made a fraudulent assignment. Thu merchant will be proceeded aguinst. LILLIBHOYLESniRDERERS. Two noys tlla)ie a Dlsrovrry Drtertlves Working on \ The livening World's Clue. SrECIAL TO THE EVCHIHO OHLD.) Wkhsteb, Oct. 11. Now interest was awakened in the Lillie Hoylo murder caso here last night by tho finding of a glove, n handkerchief and a bottle of alcohol con. cealed in tho walls of an old building a few hundred feet from tho spot where tho body of tho girl was found. Tho handkerchief was marked \ C. E. Hoylo,\ her brother's name. Tho articles wero found by two boys who were playing about tho building and who, like ninny others of (ho inhabitants hero, havo becomo num. tour detectives sinco tho tragedy was mado public The things wero turned over to tho authorities and the matter will bo investi- gated It is thought probablo that tho girl met her death in the building, al- though as yet no evidence of this, other than that mentioned, has been discovered. Detectives aro here working on Tub Even- ing Wobld'b Woodstock clue. DESERTING UMNO HALL. Acuuedurt Couunlsnloiirr Itldgwny aud Olhrr Prominent Members ItrMgit. Irving Hall is being disrupted. At a recent meeting of tho Executive Committee tho delegates from tho Twentieth and Twenty-fir- st Ascembly Districts withdrow becauso a resolution to indorse or nominate only Demo- crats for ofllco was tabled. Since then the following well-know- n mem- bers of tlio organization lme sent in their resignations: Acqucdnct Commissioner E. L. Itidgway, Senator Charles G. Cor- nell, City Court Judgo Ehrlioh, O. W. Itidgo-wa- y, Charles AV. Brooke, W. W. Cook, C. Kinnoy Smith, William U. Brumley and James C. Ityoii. These gentlomen havo also resigned their membership iu the Seymour Club and the Irving Hall social organization. At the Headquarters. Gen. John N. Knapp, Chairman of tho Executive Committeo of tho Itopublican Stato Committee, w as busy y at hoad-quarte- rs at tho Fifth Avonuo Hotel. Ho wears a Bkull cap while seated at his desk. \ The oity politicians,\ he ' said, \ forget to shut tho door, aud I am afraid of catching cold.\ Tho Committee is circulating a cam. paign document entitled \ Fallacies of Free Trade. Protection the Farmers' Only Secur- ity.\ The Democratic Executive Campaign Com- mittee will not begiu active work until Chairman Edward Murphy, of the Stato Committoo, is arranging to spend at least threo days of the week attending to his campaign duties. Chairman James L. Williams, of the Executive Committee, is expected here m I.lkrly lo Danrti I.Ike Ills llrotbrr. John Glenuon aud Peter McGIoiu.abrother of Mike McGloin, who was hanged for tho murder of Louis Haider, was charged in the Jefferson Market Police Court this morning with taking possession of the basement of Beck's Paper Factory iu West Twcnty.ninth street aud carousing with other members of the McGloin gang. McGloin assaulted one ot the policemen who tried to drive the gang out. Justico Duffy, looking sternly at McGloin, said: \ Some day ou will also be dancing Mi tho air. I know you Loth. Six mouths each.\ 11 Hweeckrad \ After Lost Money. Louis's. Greuner, of No. 174 Eatt Eighty, fifth street, a sporting man known ai \ Swoethead,\ complained to Police Captain lleilly that he had been robbed of $500 In a resort in West Thiity-fira- t btreot. Capt. lleilly arrcstod Annie Gray, seven women and four men. The woman Gray was paroled y for examination ln tho Jetfenoa Market Police Court. uiiifr.'w.Mt Ali . .ift t, timing I rt r nSwifcSfc rsfTiFiPTsTT\HT' POLICEMAN IIAHN ANXIOUS. THE STORY OF THE KILLING OF CAPT. HUSSEY TOLD IN COURT. Mnny Winim Denied AiIiiiImIoii to Ike Court. Hn(B-IluMey- 's Widow Airar for the I'lrflfTlmr Mr. Howe Iu New Itnlmrnt ColBPcllans llxnuilnrs the Mllm-nnr- s No life Interestlna lurldrnls of the Trial. tho doors oj of tho tho eEFOllE General officers X4$T H \'od tills morning and I 1 1 turned away morbid I R (y j curlosity.BeekerH. Po. V tjt \TJ j lineman Edward Halm. Xjfjjjfe young, stalwart ond JgrcU!! handsome, was a fav- - tj orite with tho ladicson IbjOH his boot. In fact he 'W bad but just left a (T young lady at hor door (ffl. when ho met Capt. V Jack HiiKsoy on the , . night of tho shootiug. Several well dressed 'fc ,ueniui,l n'p looking j jBl ' I Mill' j! y(m,lk' won\; were met m CsJ L ll'liTr'nu! ot tho door of the jjLOJ&vK.! you witnesses?\ Aud MHUrvll& \ ,\Kft\vn r'H'ly was '3JmilllrXZh. met with tho gruff ro. joinder: \Go home!\ from the gruff guardian of the door. Inside thcro was n \beggarly array of empty benches,\ and nearly all of thoso present wero actors in tho drama of Trial by Jurv. Mrs. Hunsey, the widow of tlio\ mnu'shot by Policeman Uahn. aud her daughter appeared in Court for the first time this morning. Mrs. Hussoy was drcsHod iu deep- est mourning, a largo vail hauging about her head, forming a sad and weary-eyo- d face. Huhn's expression of anxious interest was resumed with the oalling of tho first wituess, aud ho nover took his eyes off a witness dur- ing his examination. Counsellor How o woro his third outfit from shoos to scarf-pi- n, it being tho third day of tho trial. A golden owl, with dazzling diamond oyo, looked out from his neck scarf. Miehacl Lally, of Monroe street, testified that ho had a drink with Jack Husscy at 0 o'clock on tho evening of tho shooting and Htihsey was sober then. Col. Fellowa What next happened? A. I left nunsey. At about 11.80 1 heard a allot. I waa a lilocx away and ran down to Jucknun and Cherry atrccta. I saw Uahn cm une aide of tho afreet anil Jack Huaaey en the other. Halm hAd a revolvor Iu hla hand. Jluaaoy waa Iciiulnir agalnnt a wagon and Halm said: \(let out of the way, young fellow. I'm going to shoot.\ I went along an the atrect and llahn fired the re- volver. Then a atrcet car camo along and panned between them. After It paaaed llahn railed the platol and fired ntralu. Humor waa then Koine towards llahn, and ther were ahout fifteen paces apart. Huaaey put hla hand on hla aldh and cried oul: \Tako me to tho hospital. I am shot.\ llahn retreated down tho atreot and people led Husnoy away. A FINAL CONFERENCE HELD. A Committee of Mnnufhrlurrrs Meet the II rass. Workers. At tho meeting of tho Stato Board of Arbi- tration and Mediation tiiis morning n letter was received from tho Chando-lie- r Manufacturers Association say- ing that its Executive Committeo had been delegated to meet a committee from the Executh o Board of tlio Brass-Worker- s' Union for n final conference concerning tho lockout. Walking Dolegnto Ford, on behalf of tho Brass Workers Union, said that they were glad that tho manufacturers had consented to hold, a conferenco with them, aud the Executivo Committeo wero ready to act. Commibsiouer Purcell suggested that tho conferenco bo hold immediately. The commissioners and tho representatives of the press then withdrow and left the manufacturers and the Exocutlve Committeo of tho brass workers alouo to try to como to an amicable agreement as to tho Suturday half holiday Tlin Crnln .Market. The tone of the wheat market to-d- has been dull and depressed following tho full estimates on the crop given In the last report of the Agricultural Ilurcan, and Iho reported Increase of over yixj.ooo liushela ln Iliu visible supply for the week. Tho heavy movement at the We! Ib not re- assuring to bull operators and the UmctUliy in the cash market and the shrlnkuKu m of tho trading for the foreign account encuuraRPs the bears to go mi aelllng tho markot. Cable adtlres were featurclriw. Prices were steady to-d- In thcontloni, atahuut yesterdays range. November Ktllitu ut SlJLc, December 1n. , January &ac., May Sc. The Cottou Market. Speculation Iu cotton futures waa moderately actlto again unci the feeling In tho market appeared to bo firmer than ut the clone yesterday, uud the selling of the bull operatnra which, waa a feature of the trading yesierday, waa not so notlcenble. The bears aro at 111 somewhat nervous, ami there was a disposition shown to cover during tho curly hours of trudlug The l'rtroleiini Mnrket. There was considerable activity shown In speculative dciillnga In oil and tho market was firm all the forenoon at a higher range of prleea than at lat even-Ing'- H close. It looks nomenhat as If thu bulls had Inaugurated a determined cam- paign, and were prepared to exert crrry effort to peg \P prices. The short Interest Is believed tu be considerable. The field nowa waa rather bearlih. At noun oil was stlllng at c',, MUrhletoiis Courtier. irrim (A. rhtlaJ'lyht.i Cull. It will not be strange If President ( !r eland has hla head turned by the fulsome natlei) that Is poured Into his ears. Not a day pmca th it soma paper does not tell him that he (a the greatest ITcs. Ideiit that ever lived, or pralke some Judicial act iho like of which has been performed miinv Uinta over. Nor la personal praUo wamlug, and sumo of It Is very, cry silly. No Wei Ticket far llliu. ItVon IA ralalk,, (Mil.) .., \ You're going to vote the wet ticket, ain't yon, uncle;\ waa asked of an aged negro at Lnke ell). \Suah I ain't,\ waa the response. \Nebcr 'fore had ile 'aperient oli bdir'seorted vto de polls by two nice while rail, and I ain't k.ne to in Us dat, suah I Yah I\ uud the durkey smiled away down to his heels. - l'honrtle Fun. Vox l llnfalo Courier An unduly profane but appreciative subscriber who aspires to contribute to this column sends tu the following ai a dialogue which took placu lu s prominent law oifce In this city: \ Bay, John, w.t la a falovn 1\ \Afalcon replied John. \Isautrdof prey.\ ' And what la a bird of prey, John T\ \Why a minuter.\ JBB97'33EMBBsss\\9MiCT&BslB7jKiBnKli THE FASTEST 0KUISEll AFLOAT. Able In Hun Arro4 Irani New York lo (liirriiMiin-- In H Onys nnd 0 Hours. (SriCIAI. TO Till! XVKVINO WORM!) London, Oct. 11. Tho lteiua llegcnfo, the new deck.protected cruiser that has just been built ou the Clyde for tho Spanish Govern- ment, is the fastest be war-shi- p afloat. Last week hor speod was tested for tho first time. Under natural draught sho steanu d at tlio rate of nineteen knots, or moro than twenty-ou- o nud a half miles per hour. Un-d- forced draught she will certainly steam twenty und a half knots, or twenty-thre- e miles aud a third. This is a rate of speed of which not even the best of tho great ocean liners aro capable. It is sufficient to enable tho now vessel to cross tho Atlantic, from New York to Queonstowu, in about th e duj g ond fh o hours. Neither tho Etmria nor the Umbrla could possibly accomplish tho same voyage, iu lct.s than fivu days twenty-tw- o hours, and yet these ships aro tho fasteBt mor- chaut steamers iu existence Tlio Spanish Government is now building four moro cruisers of the soino rato of speed. A FRENZY OF CUIU0SITY. Paris Kxelted Ovrr i:peeted Developments Iu Ihe Ciuifhrrlll Conspiracy. Paiiis, Oct. 11. Every inovo of tho police and every arrest adds to tho scopo and mys- tery of the Caffcrolll affair. Tho exact charges against tlio General and his accom- plices oro not yet known, but there is no doubt that personages of high rank in the llepublie aro implicated directly or indi- rectly iu the pint. Tho arrest of Madamo Itnttnzi, u univer- sal nnd wholesalo intriguer, who bus rela- tions with tho leading statosmcu of France, Spain and Italy, is likely to affect many reputations. At tho houso of Mndame when she was arrested, 200 letters from Mr Wilson, 6on.ln.lav of President Orovy, wero found. Paris iB waiting for developments in a frenzy of curiosity. Twenty-tw- o l.les l.oit by Hlilnwrrrk. Toulon, Oct. 11. Tho Spahis, plying be- tween Marseilles and Nlco, was wrecked yes- terday in the Bay of Bovinos. Twenty-tw- o passengers wero drowned and eighty-si- x saved. lluiiiewood Wins the Cznrewilrb. (srZClAl. C1DLI TO EVENIMO WORLD Newmaiiket, Oct. 11. was won y by Humewood, with Beudigu second and Carleton third. BATH'S SOLDIERS' HOME. Motriurnt lo .Vfnke Henry li. Htnuibnck n Truster, la Huected (len. ltoprr. Buffalo, Oct. 11. A strong luovemont is on foot hero iu fnor of Henry E. Stambuch, of this city, as trustooof the Soldiers' Homo at Bath, to succeed Gen. Iloper, who has been made Superintendent. The KteHinq A'cica prints interviews with a largo number of prominent people in faor of Mr. Stambnch'H appointment. Mr. Slam, bach is a member of the stove firm nt Swift .t Stambach, has been commander of Bid. well Wilkestin Post, G. A. II. He was one of tho most active movers in bringing about re- form in the management of tho Home threo years ago, mid has tdrougly upproed the efforts to disfranchise tho veterans iu tho Home, under the ruling of the Bath Electiou Board, since sustained on technical grounds by tlio Court of Appeals iu the Siheycaso, that tlio inmates are dependents- ou public charity and that the Homo is un almshouse. S Si llpiuiicrnts Ahead In Newark. SIKCIAI.TU llIC r.VKMMO WOULD. Nr.WAitK, N. J., Oct. 11. Tho chortor elec- tion is inciting great interest, but Mayor Haynes will bo beyond all doubt. Tim vote, for tho llev. Hugh O.Pentecost is slow, and he will iu nil probability poll about 3.K00 Mites. The Prohibitionists and I jiw and Order people ore otitic solidly for W. E. Pine, lint, S. 1). Jackson, the regular Republican nominee is not holding his own. (pinriiutlue Aulhurltlrs All lllsht. Wasiunoton, Oct. 11. Murine Hospital authorities do not credit thu report of neglect iu regnrd to tho quarantine against t'huleru at New York. Ou the contrary . ts of the ofilcers iu charge show remark, ably thorough work. Clear Weather t'urllir Hall l'lnrrs. srroMt. tu thk Kvr.xiNu would. I St. Louis, Oct. 11. The weather y is clear and cool, A big crowd is expected tu witness tho Detroit. St. Louis baseball game. Local and Nuliurbun. .Mrs. Otto Miller was robbed lu Hurletn la broad daylight by a blehwajman. The fair scored auother auccesa yesterday despite till liturgy uncomfortable weather. The Munlclpil Council of the irlah National League meets this etenlng at Eighteenth street uud Fourth avenue. Kurinan Zulrs, who waa found dancing and yell- ing lu tlfth stenue last ulirht and Is supposed ti be a lunatic escaped from IlliiKhamton. waa locked up by Juslles Uurfy at Jefferson Jlsrket uutll called for. Mr. F.Kbcrtl. Watnon. Jr.. of No, 51 and M lteade street, claims the honor of having boiiRht the first copy of the Kvxmu World sold ou thu atteet, ThU historical achievement coat una U sJJJyfflWii MJttsiTsAUs1tsastA .A ,.a fltfcl'sfcnvi - w as. sk v j i Jtilsisssssss1 MINISTER MANNING DEAD. Jl \iM THE END SO UNEXPECTED THAT NONE Qg ''JM HIS FRIENDS WERE AT HIS BEDSIDE, . , 'U He Kcnlanrd ns Minister to Mexico, and Ie'lV-j- Was i:pcrlrd to Would be a ClindldWe; -- jMB for Mm United Htnlcs Hruate from lAinbd \JJHsM ana The llody Will be Meat la NewOrVH leans Robbery In Ihe Htrcet by, Day. v 'H Judgo Thomas O. Manning, United SirteA'H Minister to Mexico, died at tho Fifth AYenw ; lH Hotel at 9.15 o'clock this morning. \\tikiH Ho arrived at the hotel frotH Ids homo iu New Orleans TussdayllaO of last week to atteud the meeting ofihaiijB Peabody Educational Fund, of which u' WMhVJlsM o trustee That evouiug ho was taken suOH denly ill with peritonitis and ronlalncd in hfa'HB bed tiutll his death this morning. Though nwaro of his illness his family WerJsH led to understand that it was not nocCBSMlly,\vjB a fatal attack and, in consequence, not pW .jjijM of his relatives or friends were at his bedside) 9H when ho died. -- . H Dr. William M. Polk, of No. 13 Em4'JH Thirty-fourt- h street, was the attending phyl lafl slcian. Thu remains were taken in charge. by J Undertokers James B. Hnylor&Bon, ofNo.,OTB 107 East Twenty-sovent- h street, who will' 3B embalm them for transportation to NeWt&SH Orleans. vMLH Mr. Manning's resignation as Minister ta'SfflHB Mexico has been handed iu to the Depart-- \ yjfJIB ment of Stato, and it was confidently oP,yM sorted that he would bo a candidate for TJ S\ lijH Senator from Louisiana. 'iHH ROBBED IN THE STREET BY DAY. ?H Lawyer Mnlrr'. Wife In Pursuit of HIfb '9H wnyinnn In Harlem. JisH A bold highway robbery by daylight waa reported to Supt. Murray y by Capt.\rfJBB Hookor, of the Harlem police. rBB Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Otto Maier, the) ''nIH wife of n lawyer, living at No. 327 East Ona - \ftH Hundrod aud Twentieth etreot, drew $C2 at 3sB tho Harlem Savings Bank at Third avonuo jjH aud Ono Hundrod and Twenty-fourt- h street, HH and was ou her way homo, holding hor banki 'jrH book with tho money in her hand, when a Vfl man snatched tho book and ran towards First yflH aw'iiuo. , nassssl Mrs. Maier ran after him screaming \ 8tot sH thief.\ It was 3 o'clock and there wero plentyJ ifflH of people iu tho street, boiiio of whom Jotaed ;t3jH in tho chase. At First nvenne the thief turned jjH south, with tho pursuers half u block behind, ?IH shouting and getting in each othor'n way. tf3 There wero scarce half a dozen of them. At vfH Ono Hundred and Nineteenth street ho i&H turned into Pleasant avenue, running like a 'tsslsssl deer, and easily distancing his Thero he was lost to sight. itiH Mrs. Maier told the police that she had VH noticed the thief standing near her in tho \vSM bunk. The police took a description of the jH fellow aud a general alarm was sent out. In- - H rpector Byrnes has detailed detectives to old Jel in tho search, HsjH i:inbtern People Reported Killed. Tail CniCAtio, Oct. 11. It is reported that H a terriblo accident occurred this .,wB morning on the Chicago and Jfl Atlantic llailroad at Kontz Station. '?u It is said that eighteen people were killed 4. A fast freight train ran into the rear end of igl passenger train, telescoping two cars. !l .JlnKSBBBl t Trying llurd to Have Andrew g. Ford. ''ftiSl Chatham, Oct. 11. Vigorous efforts will ';B be made to savo Andrew S. Ford, who in $mU charged with having poisoned his wife, and jJHH whose caso will come before tho Columbia \J County Grand Jury next week. Although - H 1'ord waived examination yesterday, nM 'VJH friends assert that they can controvert tho 'ciW!B evidence, which is in the Coroner's posses. ) siun. Startling developments are promised. .'4M It is understood the defense does not deny aBB that poison was given Mrs. Ford, and the JHH facts tend to show that the arsenio pills were ' jl brought to the home of Mrs. Ford by htt 3H hiibbnud. The pills wore not procured ai SVBI Chatham. The case excites great interest. Ford has good care at the Hudson jdil. - sM llryn Mnwr Hotel Horned. 'tJgssBI l'liiLADELiiiiA, Oct. 11. The llryn Mawt- fj&SH Hotel, situated at llryn Mawr, a station OB ltH the Pcnusyhauia llailroad about twelvo miles from this place, was destroyed i''SB by fire The fire\ waa discov. j H cred in the lattudry department about ''JflH C.30 a. m. Tlio guests were quietly V3jjB aroused, aud were able to get out of tlio H building iu safety with their baggage. Tho .VaH wholo of the south wing was completely d. ,,( ,H stroyed. vvJIH Snapped from the Sounder. - 4mbbbbb1 1'ntLADKi.i'iii i, Oct. 11. President llarrla, ot MH tho Lchlch Oml Company, declines to advasea LH wages, aud tho strike Is likely to continue the year ' vwiHl Washington, Oct. 11. The Corcoran Art Qal- - !HH lery management has announced the purchase of vH Ihe Apollo licit Ide re, the moat striking feature of tH the llerilu KAposltloii last summer. ';!H San Fkakcisco, Oct. 11. For the past fear dar H forest tin s ha e been raging In the slope counties jraB of this State. Karma aud bridges have been, jqgH burned aud miles of timber land have been de- - sj stroyed. 'vIbisbb! WiNNimn, Oct. 11. The Jocal govrrnment of \ansH the province has Issued bonds to the amount of. ilflH ISDu.iiH), made phallic Oct. 1, IwtJ, at six pr cent. pHH Interest, for the completion of the railway to that :jt9 boundary line. MM ' cmcAuo, Oct. 11, While an e.xnreaaman won moving the household goods of Ktob.ard.MooM ..,f last evening, he threw a carpet down the narrow JKcM stairway, uverturuiug a lamp and exploding a ca S&ssi of oil. Iloth Moore and hU wife were burned t 'm!M llLl'KAi.o, Oct. 11. The hearing before United \ ?' Slates Commissioner Falrchlld lu the case of (len. ,m lister II. Kniilkner, who la charged with aiding iwm lila brother lu certain fraudulent transactlona co- n- j nected with the lUnirllla bank failure, HU begua \fn lu this city 'h1 Utica, Oct. 11. The seventy-fourt- h annual coo- - oSh veotluu of tho (Irainl Commandery of Knlgata .11 Templar opened In this city at 10 a, ic Twelve fgK ronimanderlea hare arrived to take part lo th fraU parade, w hl:h will be the larsrest Templar daiov 11H ktratiou ever seen lu thU part of the State, iSfl Old throb's Pleasant Pronilse, -- '!!H lL UH Vorkt 3jH tern $M rsrt VJH tWJSUINOTON.Oct. ''\jH t mM 'H ifcM H t to :JH ulna$,lrUkontliteoef- - (' .flH I 'JflH G ?s9sb&bbbbS

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