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K; o i THE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1887. I
W& CHAMPION CARNEY IN TOWN.
& IB Ml HERE TO FORCE JACK JTAULIFFE
Kf TO FIGHT HIM ?
Rv He .Arrived at the Grand Central Depot
Hf& Earlr thU illornlng-IIo dire III" Opln-
Bft' Ian f MeAallOV Flghtlng-Dr. Hughes
&t Bara McAnllrTe Wanted to Qntt After the
Ev Tenth Hound Carney Gaining Weight.
m A stoutly built figure, mufflod tip in a big
Wk overcoat with 411 old-fashioned English com-
HV fbrter round its neck, aprang off the train
Ht that rolled into the Forty-Eecond street
Kjfo station this morning. It was Jem
BEgf Carney, tho light-weight champion of all
BJ& England, and tho way ho graspod the hands
Hp of Billy Tracoy, Al. Smith and TnE World
HJM, man made them all know ho meant it. Gar-
Bbc ney has run up seven pounds sinco tho strug-
Hra gle on Bevere Beach, and now scales 146
B pounds in his clothes. Ho looks as sprightly
fund bright as a cherub, and tho black about
his left eye is fast disappearing.
msKi On tho way down to the Carleton Ilonse,
,$,' where the sports breakfasted, Carney gave
KJ Tent to his disgust at McAitltfiVn fighting
Big,- tactics and to tho way he was robbed out of
B$ the fight.
b' " That's the last Queensberry fight I ever
fr want." said the English champion. " What
H$2 you said in The Wontn yesterday was just
E'ii right. Thoso rules are only for tho amateurs,
B'. such contests as they havo at St. James's
-Jf" Iloll, in London. Why, if that follow hnd
H&, been fighting me undor London prizo ring
H? rules I'd have beat lilm in a half
sBvfc, hour in spite of his running away. MoAuliffe
P Is the greatest our I ever saw. In fivo hours
SN he never fought me but one good rally and
gBra bow I hoped no would come to the middle
Ri?i and go me one or two more liko that. I'd
Mr, have shut up his two eyes bloody quick."
Wm. " "What was the matter wiUi yon thoso first
gVKai . few rounds? I wrote in my report you were
xji tale or throwing off, I didn't know which."
gLKjl. " I was stale. I wasn't quarter tho man I
Rr was when I met Mitchell and I didn't havo
M& half tho chance. I wasn't allowed to do a
gH& bit of in-fighting. Mitchell was a goad
IBS' game fellow, and while- ho didn't
;BEw rush in foolishly, as you know, for
Ek you was my time-keeper In? that fight, he
Kg fought like a man. McAuliffe was the worst
'tts I ever saw. Why he'd cry I was gouging him
gBfc when I hit him in tho eye with my fist.
'&&" " The idea of my biting him 1 I haven't
JHmkT , got any teeth. lie butted me onco a good
Hpi one between tho eyes, and to look out and
MM not get that again I sorewed ray head-
Bk piece a bit, and then it was ho criod ho
SC& was bit.
Kf " The report in Tni WonLD was tho first
.w, one that was correct, and Patsy Shppard
Bi sends on his bist regards.
BJe' " Yes, I was wronged in that fight. Con.
KF McAuliffe pushed mo back half a dozen
Wwfr. times, and struck me once. I was kicked in
i; the shins, too, in my opponent's corner."
pvi "MoAuliffo talks very loud now about
jflRgy wanting to fight me. You heard mo ask him
FtF to tho scratch fifty times during that fivo
?' hours. He wasn't so anxious to fight mo
&' "No," put in Tracey, "he did a lot of
BK&t smiling the first half-hour, but ho was dread-
Ef. ful the rest of that five hours he was trying
Hjfrt to get a record for distance running."
Wm'ty " I hear Con McAuliffe wants to get at me,"
P- broke in Al Smith. "IhopoI'llsee him be-
Vw-4 'ore long."
k?.; " Are you going to do anything in regards
9B& to fighting it out?" asked the reporter of
Kr " I'm on horo for pleasure," was Carney's
M answer, but the grim way ho said it and the
nS, looks exchanged by Smith and Traoy left
Br plenty of room for suruiiso. " I don't bo-
KSf lieve I could get McAullflo iu front of me if
Pwi I had a log chain," said Carney.
MaW' "Why, his friend, Dr. Hughes." again
MS broke In Al Smith, "told mo McAuliffe
'BhC wonted to quit in the tenfli romul, bocauso he
Kg said his stomach was goin."
'ar-A' It is hinted that a proposition will be sent
!sW3 ' McAuliffe by prominent uptown sports to
9Kf meot Carney In private at short notico.
COLD AND TROUBLE OYER A LEADER.
HEjH; Tin Can for the Postponement of Mne.
ifl&L Ktelka Orrstrr'e Concert.
'Pat e concert at the Metropolitan Opera-
wJr'' House, in which Mme. Etelka Gerster was to
,n: appear to-night, has been postponed
'- until Thursday. The tickets already sold
iBK Will be exchanged or the monoy refunded.
1K', Mme. Qerster is somewhat hoarse, having
f sKrc caught cold at a rehearsal. Hor indisnosi-
'ELV tion, however, is so slight that it would not
Pa have stood in the -nay of her appear.
Bf once to-night had thero not been
Tc some trouble with the orchestra.
J& It seems that Mme. Gerster's imported
'Hi: leader, Ferrari, was not at all popular with
yjV the musicians, who declared to Mr. Abbey
JJf ' that they would sooner not play under his
.l direction. Mr. Neuendorf! was,as has already
;V " been announced, placed in charge of tho
j9, musicians, and Mme. Gerster, who had im-
& ported Ferrari, was annoyed.
'.pi . Yesterday's rehearsal was not a success, and
Hlbf it was found that others were necessary.
figf Mmo. Gerster is too much of an artist to core
SEi to appear before a critical audience with ira-
j&L perfect surroundings. Hence, tho postpono-
VjjL BARNUM'S HORSES SAFE.
Sj, .sTie 'Performer Were Not at Bridgeport
Ml. An Invitation from Trenton.
fl It turns out that only five horses were
M burned at Bornum's big fire in Bridgeport,
5 ind those were team or draught horses. All
T?r the others (some five hundred) were, fortu-
imtW nately, at Fine Plains, N. Y., not having
hMsk been to the winter quarters of the Bhow.
lu Among the latter wcro tho six celebrated
IJKfiK 'Trakine stallions, seventy-three ring horses,
a HI forty-two ponies and eighty-five performing
t iwM Jumbo's skeleton is on exhibition in Fbila-
lWiff' delphia, and the skin of Jumbo was raved,
;' W$& M wli fts tho trick elephant Tom Thumb.
S-'ttfcS The Board of Trade of Trenton, through
FEal Its President, A. J. liider, lias invited Bar-
r SJfjS num & Bailey to locate their winter quarters
R Mm iu thBt citv offering them best transportation
l ffiflfc- an cheap land. Tho show pays out over
r SflV 9250,000 each winter in Bridgeport.
in TfM'' , Assaulted hy a HaloonlCeeper.
i Utfi' Frank Otvln and Mary, bis wife, were fonnd In
K Wj front of their rooms, at 153 East Forty-second
He- street, at 1 o'clock vetterda j moralDK. OiMawas
if vial lying on the pavement bleeding Irom aeveral solp
V 9w wounds, and hit wife was caring for them. Gavin
flr chanted that Michael Iloheert, a saloon-keeper, at
(V tK ' Its East Fortr-second street, had beaten him over
ti Sflpl the head with a bottle, and that his barkeeper had
i Ki. auaulted, knocked down and kicked Mrs. Galn.
L' U4 ' 'ne Injured man waa removed Vo Si. Luke'i Ilo-
v fflSr Pltal, where his wounda were drcsaeJ. Iloheert
k closed his saloon and disappeared. The police uro
it sr looking for him.
jr iWii Ilunaway Orphans Caught.
, H Samuel Franklin, ten years old, and Morris Gold-
'ffiBk berg,elevenyearaold, scaled thewallof the Hebrew
ft SS- Orphan Asylum, at Ons Hundred and Fllty-IIrit
ft Yrxm street and thn Boulevard, early yeaterday roornlog
B WABb In pursuit of liberty. At I o'clock In the afternoon
dradV Policeman Mclverny arreated the runawaya at
FcBfta Fifty-sixth street aud becond avenue, and at t
fiW5R. o'clock Steward Joseph inarched them back to the
jfe! jfcfl Will Proaeento Comatoek Civilly.
M Un CMotrlDe Flynn, mother of the boy, Johnny
friHw? Flynn, who wu the victim of an assault by An-
if SJ thony Comatoek In City Hall Park lait week, will
St Kaf nut proceed acalnst Comatoek In a criminal coart,
IB-kF'' bat has placed her grlevaaoe In the hands of a
K'fSr iv7'r WB0 wtu brtB clT" ,alt for damages.
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a iK Weraer Seal to Sine -Inf.
I 'K crt Werner, tts straw bondsman, who was con-
p mt.J rioted of perjury a few days ago, waa sentenced to
('Br" serial years and four montha' lmprlsonaisnt In
'j.lp'. v WuttorUosBsooTderBarUi U Uio Court
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JUSTICE DUFFI'S HEART TOUCHED.
The Old fltarvntlon Yarn Hnreroafnlly Tried
on Him by a Thief.
With tears in his oyes, Patrick Illckey,
nineteen years old, of 407 West Twenty,
eighth street, stood at the bar ot the Joffcr
son Market Court this morning to nnBwer a
chargo of stealing a bag of flour, valued at 76
cents. John E. Criegel, a clerk for John 11.
Quinlan, a grocer, of C17 Eighth avouuo,
made tho complaint.
" Corao up hero, Illckey, and tell me what
you havo to say to tho chargo," said Justico
"I was starving. I was forced to steal.
For God's sake let mo 60 ; I'll novcr do it
again," weepingly replied Hickcy.
" What did you want to do with tho bag of
flour?" asked the littlo Judge.
" I wonted to sell it, to get something to
eat," was tho answer.
" Why don't you go to work and mako a
" I havo been looking for work for the
past three months, but I can't find any. I
am a mouldor by trado, but times am hard
with us now work is scarce."
' I am Borry for you," sadly said tho magis
trate, " but I must do my duty unless the
complainant IB willing to withdraw tho
Criegol considered a moment, and then,
turning to Justice Duffy, said : " I bcliovo
his statement. Let him go."
" God bless you both," said Hiekoy, when
Justico Duffy told him ho was discharged,
but never to steal again.
Hickey had no sooner stepped off tho stand
than Policeman Began, of the West Thirty
soventh street station, approached tho mag
istrate nnd said : " I arrested that man about
four months ago for being snercted in the
collar of a druggist, and ho has just come
down from tho island after serving three.
" Come back I" shouted Justico Duffy to
Hickey. " Now you soe tho valuo of a good
name. I hold you for trial in $300 bail."j
MH1UVI a atutu JVSUl iUl Vltill iivvw 1
MISS FREAM TO ASSERT HER RIGHTB.
Hhe Will Brave Arret In the DeJUItt Die
inorlnl Church To-NIlit.
The inhabitants of thotcnoments in thn im
mediate vicinity of Do Witt Mcrnorinl
Church, in Itivingtou stroot, nro all ngog
over tho expected arrest of Mius Itebncca
Frcam, tho activo lady missionary, who so
Btrongly assorts hor rights, aud, knowing
thorn, maintains them.
" I nm going to thn prayer meeting to-night
if nothing happens," said Miss Fream to a
Would reporter this forenoon. " I havo no
interest in tho matter oxcept to test
my rights as n citizen. I am not on
1.A ..n.nl. !.. T ..fill .1rAn.l i.ur 'nl.l. T
Jinvn not regularly uitnuiieii mo xiieminy
night meetings, but I will to-night."
Havo you prepared to givo bail in the
event of arrest t" was asked.
" I think that I will bo attended to in that
particular," sho replied.
This is the ovoning whnn the regular
prayer-meotiug is hold, nnd the pastor of tho
church, tho Bov. Mr. Elsing, has said that ho
would havo offlcors on hand to arrest Miss
Fream if sho attempted to toko part in tho
Hpraklnf of Almond Meal,
Ella Wliorltr Wilcox anyai
Some yeara ago I gained knowledge of this won
derful and alrrple toilet acoesaory. fiince then I
have sung Its praises to many ladles, and I do not
hesitate to say that I have seen marvels resulting
from tts nae.
The face should be moistened with water and a
thimbleful of the meal rubbed thoroughly Into the
pores. It leaves the akin aa soft as velvet, with a
fine, Imperceptible and fragrant oil, which la the
bast wrinkle preventive In the world.
It leaves the face klssable and sweet, too, and
not In the least greasy. Any man who hat ever
detected a suspicion of toilet soap about the per
fume of his wife's cheek I am sure would find the
almond odor far more pleasing.
I know a lady past fifty who says the condition
of her absolutely nnllned and delicate akin Is en
tirely due to the seml-dally application of almond
meal for twenty years.
In closing my talk with ladies on this subject I
would classify and sum up my ndvlco something
Train your features to composure, and avoid all
Exercise mnch In the open air.
Use oils, creams and fruit freely In your diet.
Drink simple, blood-purlfylng herb teas fre
quently. Do not wash your face oftencr than once a day,
but apply some harmless cream or meal at least
twice in twenty-four hours.
If niggardly Nature or Jealous Time or a hot
summer day necessitates tho addition of a powder
puff to your toilet articles, ubo It with discretion
And In addition to all this you must keep your
minds busy, your thoughts cheerful and your souls
Irio from bitterness If you would preserve a fresh,
attractive exterior beyond the fleeting spring-time
of youth. Klu Wiiekitb Wn.cox.
We fully Indorse the above, hulug prepared and
sold Almond Meal for Mant Years, utid Ella
Wncelcr Wilcox's remarks have been particularly
noted by ua, as our cnMomiru, ona and all, have
Invariably expreated the same opinion.
Hikers' Perfumed Almond Meal.
Hikers' Perdimed Cold Cream.
Hikers' Harmless Face Powder.
lUkera' Vegetable Wood Purlner
(A teaspoonful ot which taken night and morn
ing: will keep the Wood pure uud tho Complexion
clear and healthy).
Insist on having Hiker's In the original package
Do not allow any one to tersuude you otherwise.
Hold by almost all dealers throughout the United
States. If any druggtat retuaes to supply you, you
can be sure of getting what you ask for at the dry
cooda houses and general stores, or direct from
Wd, D. Itlkor & feon, druggists and perfumers,
established IMt, at SS3 Sixth avenne. New York.
Laboratories: 6M Wmnlngton st. aud 65, &7 and
69 Clarkson at. , New York.
Dracrlptlvo Catalogne and ITlce Lists mailed free
on application. Try IUkkiis' extra strong 1Iam
xxacuixr Extracts. Price, 43 cents. V
A Suit Over the Wntrr Tnnk.
A suit has been begun In the Supreme Court by
Thomua K.'and LMsle J. Serrano agaluat CliarlesJD.
Jefferson (son of Joe Jelferson). Henrys. Taylor
and James Nugent, the maungera of the play, " A
Dark Secret," for an lnjucctioii to restruni them
from using tho water tank In tho play which has
been the cuuac of so much controversy. The plain
tiffs seek to recover damages, ad claim that tho
use ot the lank Is an Infringement unou their rights
Iu snotner play. Counsel fur the Herranos hB ob
tained from the Court an order requiring the de
fendants to show cause on Nov, whj an injunc
tion should not Issue restraining them from using
In the Police Drns-Nrt.
Joseph Harrison, twenty-seen vears old, was
found sick and destitute ut xl Kast Twelfth street,
aud was wken to Uellevue.
The police returns this morning show a arlcty
of work performed by the force, including hospital
and other semi-benevolent labors.
An unknown roan was fouud Ijlng unconscious
on a truck with the left aide ot his face bjdly
swollen. He was sent to llelletue,
l'hlllp Kacher, three months old, died suddenly
without medical attendance at 16&0 Third avenue,
this morning, and the Coroner was Ml for by the
William Powers, of 134 Crosby street, a man of
Ofty-flve yeara, slipped and fell at 6 INst Tnenly
second street, ihla morning, and broke his right
leg. He waa taken to New York Hospital.
The network of electric wlrea on l'icr 47, North
Illver, set fire to a lot of cotton this morning and
liO worth of the fleecy product was destroyed. It
belonged to the Morgan Stcamthlp Company,
About 8 o'clock this morning, Edward Hints, a
boatman from Ureene County, N. Y. , while trying
to board bis boat at ttie foot of ltlvlnglon street,
fell overboard. He waa rescued by Policeman
John A. Moran, and was locked up on a charge of
To om asd illfmrui Adavsqx'i Hoxijria Oovas
MORE COAL MINERS ON STRIKE
OVER 500 OF THBM AT BIIAR0N WANT AN
ADVANCE OP NINE CENTS.
Condition nf the niononcaneia Men Jlerom
Inc Clltlral No Prospect or Work for
Thein-Tlie New Heale for Hteel Workers
Almost Itendy Men nnd Manufacturer
Apparently Hatlsded With It.
arxciAL to Titr wonLD.J
Bruno, Nov. 22. Fivo hundred coal
minors employed at the Btoneboro, Jackson
Centre nnd Carver shafts struck yesterday
for nn advance of nlno cents a ton, v. hich is
equivalent to what is known as the Columbus
scale. Tho operators of tho mines are tho
Mercer Mining Company, Arnosby A Hazzard
nnd Filor .t Co. A member of tho latter firm
haid that an ndvanco would not bo granted.
Eight hundred minors in tho Hhonango and
Alleghany rond nro still working, but n mass-
mooting of tho employees will bo held to-dny
at Qrovc City, when, it is thought, an effort
will bo madu to extend tho striko to men
now working. Tho miners of tho same sec
tion had a similar difiiculty last spring.
MO.NONdAIIELA VALLEY MINER8.
Their Condition Fnat Ileeomlng Critical-No
Work for Them.
(SITCIAL TO TBI WOBLn.
Frrrsnrmn, Nov. 22. A numbor of cortl
miners from tho Hccond nnd Fourth pools
woro in tho city yesterday searching for em
ployment. Thoy roport that tho condition
of tho minors is fust becoming critical, nnd
thorn is now but littlo expectation among tho
men of securing nny work in tho banks, nnd
a largo number nro moving awnv. There aro
between 7,000 and 8,000 miners in tho Monon
guhcln Valloy, nnd during tho la&t throe
months not morn than 3,000 havo secured a
fortnight's hteady work. Tho reason of this
is that when tho river falls below a naviga
ble stagn coal cannot bo shipped, and as coal
mining is tho only business of tho Mononga
hola Vallnv, everything is paralyzed.
Not n coal boat linn left Pittsburg sinro
June 20 Inst. Tho drought sinro thou hns al
lowed tho rivor to fall ho low that no empty
craft could reach the pits. Conscq,ucntlv,
nrnrly all tho pits had to shut down. In tlio
neighborhood of Elizabeth tho miners appear
to bo in a worse plight than atanyothor river
point. Tho shutting down of tho mines has
stagnated business and tho little stores with
which tho minors doalt havo been in a bad
May, bocauso of their inability to collect any
STEEL-WORKERS' SCALE ALMOST READY.
Increase, of 10 Per Cent, to be Asked For
Men and Manufacturers Hatlsded.
ISriOlAL TO THE WOULD.)
Prrrsnuno, Nov. 22. Tho stoel-workers'
new scale for 1888, which is to go into effect
on Jan. 1, is nbont ready to bo taken to the
manufacturers to be signed. It governs tho
wngos of 8,000 men who belong to the Amal
gamated Association of Iron and Btcel
Workers of America. In the scale for
1888, an increnso amounting to nbout 10
per cent, all around will bo asked for ; calls
for work to bo paid for by tho hour or
day, which is a movement towards doing
away with tho contract system more than tho
ono job system. Tho iron-workers' scale is
novcr signed until July 1. Tho January
scale for tho steel men hns been cnrefully ro
vised, and a fixed prico for wages by the ton
and day hns been so arranged that overy
workman in a steel mill outside of common
labor hai been provided for. There has
nearly always boon n special scale for steel
workers, but it only embraced littlo moro
than half tho skilled work in a steel mill.
Tho first stop to thoroughly roviso the
stecl-woikers' scnln was taken at tho timo of
tho trouble at tho Mingo Junction Steol Mill.
The scalo now has boen so carefully made
that the men aro all satisfied with it, and tho
manufaettirors havo not boon able to find any
great fault with it. It is so accurately gotten
up that it is impossiblo for the Knights of
Labor to rnvisn or make anything of a scale
liko it. That has been tho main point aimed
ut. The Amalgamated Association has formed
now sub-lodges in steel millH, whero hereto
fore thoro havo been none, and whero thoy
havo existed nnd wero partially or altogether
dissolved they havo been reorganized ; but
n cry w horo the mombers hnvnlecn all noti
fied "that thoso who nro KnightR of Labor
must abandon that order by tho 1st of April
noxtyear, and in tho mean tiinobecome mem
bers of tho AmalgninaU d Association.
LIFE IN "BATTLE ROW."
William Conroy Fires the Mntrrnal Ilome
nnd AMiuiltSi a Policeman.
Mrs. Mory Conroy is the ownor of a num
bor of houses on what is known as "Battlo
row," in West Fortieth street. She and hor
family resido at 453. Among tier sous is
William, who, after a fashion, lookB after his
About midnight last night he set fire to tho
matonial homo, ilis mother called in a
policeman, Michael Kelly. He had no soouor
entered tho place than a gang of men attacked
him, knocked him down and kicked him
about the head and face in a brutal manner.
Ho managed to get nway from tho crowd and,
summoning two othor policemen, succeeded
in arresting Conroy, who wns looked up for
tho night. Ilis companions escaped.
This morning, in tho Jefferson Market
Folico Court, tho model son was held for
assaulting tho police. Ilis mothor did not
ippear against htm.
Fined for Tlolntlns dame I.nwi.
Isaac & Mather, of Mount Ivy, a deputy sheriff
of Hockland County, was tried In the Special Ses
sions Court to-day for violation of the State Game
luus. In his possession had been found some
birds that had been snared and a rabbit that hud
been killed out of season. Ho waa lined f 10 for the
birds aud tSi for the rabbit.
ltobbrd the Prison Association.
Mark Planugan presented a letter of recom
mendation on Oct. 17 last to Joseph Fisher, clerk
In the omce of the Prison Association at 183 East
Fifteenth atreet, and asked for an overcoat. While
Fisher was upstairs getting the coat Flanagan
atole a package of Jewelry valued at I'M. He waa
held tor trial ut the Yorkvllle Police Court to-day.
Jersey Clty'a New Police Precinct.
The Jersey City Police Hoard created a new pre
cinct last evening. It will be the Sixth, and be
formed of part of the old Third. Sergeant JIc
Nulty, or the Third Precinct, will probably be put
In command. f n cmy-elght patrolmen were
added to the force.
Kiilc-C'uttln by the Trunk I.lnes.
larECIAL TO Till WOSLD.I
CmcAao, Nov k. The promp action of the
Oram) Trunk Hallway In meetlna the reduction
made hy the Trunk line roads by a further cm of
l cents on dressed beef so as to still gle It the
benefit of a slx-cenl differential, will certainly be
met at onco by other roads.
Jonlonsy, Despondency and Hulelde.
Joseph B. Wooda, a colored man, thirty yeara
old, cut bis throat with a razor at hit residence,
811 West Twenty. Orat atreet, last night, ne waa
removed to the New York Hoapltal, where he died
this morning. Jealousy and despondency were
the causes of the suicide.
Trial of a Collcsja Graduate.
Prancli Clark, twenty-eight years of age, who
says he Is a college graduate, and agalnat whom
the Grand Jury of lttchmond County found three
separate Indictments for burglary, will bt tried to.
, morrow at lUoomond, 0. L,
INFERNAL MACHINES PLENTIFDL.
Another Mysterious but HnrmleM Thine
Turned Over to the Police.
The " dynamite " joker was abroad in the
city last night. He took a cardboard box, a
tin tubo, a cotton fuso and somo copper wire
and ingeniously arranged tho whole so as to
present tho appearance of an Infernal ma
chine Tho box was then placed at dead of
night on the sidewnlkatTwcnty-elghthstreot
and Fifth avenue, in front of tho sido en
trancn of tho gorgeous Knickerbocker flats.
Next door to tho apartment-house is
Mason's livery (.table. Tho box was picked
up by one of the stablo mon named John II.
Haslaui shortly after midnight. Ho took it
to tho Thirteenth street police-station and
Cut it on tho desk in front of Sorgt. Schmitt
crger. The Bergeant carefully removed the cover
of thu box and thus describes what ho found:
" A tin tube about 7 inches long, apparently
part of n battered fishhorn, plugged at both
ends with sealing wax and resin. Protrud
ing from tho narrow end of tho tube
wns a cotton fuso encasod in copper
wire, tho end of the wiro being used to bind
n parlor match ottho end of the fuse. A
Fifoce of twini was fastened to the end of tho
nso and was conducted out of the box
through a holo rut in thn sido."
Tho box was carried this morning to Supt.
Murray's ofllco uud was afterwards sent to
Dr. Edson for analysis.
At tho stablo w here Haslam is employed the
affair is treated as a huge joke. Mr. Mason
says that ho thinks that the stable boys fixed,
up tho box and put it on the sidewalk. ,
It was seen thero long before Haslam
picked it up. Haslam lives opposito tho
Thirtieth street station-house. Ho took a
deep interest in tho sham oxplosivo box taken
there a month ago. His fellow-workers in
tho stable say thnt ho would not havo been
so ready to carry the box to tho station-house
four blocks distant if ho had not known its
contents woro harmless.
BAD TESTIMONY FOR G0RVEN.
Witnesses Tell Whnt They Know of the
The trial of Peter J. Gorvon for the mur
der of Michael Smith last Decembor was de
layed for moro than half an hour this morn
ing, an effort being mado to getnthe defendant
to withdraw his plea of "not guilty" and
enter a pica of " guilty of manslaughter in
tho first degree." Tno Distriot-Attornoy
agreed to nccr tit such a plea, but Gorveu re
fused, aftor a long discussion with his coun
sel, to ontcrJIsuch a pica.
The damaging testimony given yesterday
against Gorven by Deidrich Knnbe, the pro
priotor of the saloon, Fred Mohlonbrook, his
bartender, and Frank Jacobs, was supple,
mentcd to-day by testimony from Edward
Hullivan, Policeman Michael Johnson, and
Aftor Dr. H. J. Holcomb had described the
dead man's wounds, Mrs. Ellen Smith, widow
of Michaol Smith, tcstiflod that her husband
had loft homo only fifteen minutes before ho
was Btnhbod. Before leaving home he had
been to a Bowery museum with his children.
A rocess was then taken.
BUMPED AGAINST A BTRANGER,
Butcher Schmidt huv That Waa Why Police
man Moran Clubbed Him.
George Schmidt, a butoher, doing business'
at 211 First avenuo, called at Police Head
quarters this morning and showed by his ap
pearance that he had been brutally beaten by
some one. He accuses Patrolman Moran, of
the East Twenty-second street station.
To Superintendent Murray he said that a
few days ago ho was walking along First
avenue, when ho bumpod against a man acci
dentally. The stranger called him bad
namos, ho retorted, and Moran, who had
been standing on a corner near them, Bolzod
him by the collar and struck him on the head
several times, badly disfiguring his face and
blackening one eye.
Bohmidt's nose was nearly broken, no
went to Capt. Clinchy's station and there
mado a complaint to the sorgoant in chargo.
Tho latter severely reprimanded Moran and
advised Schmidt to go to Police Headquar
ters and make n complaint.
Purpose of a Ills Holo In Droadway.
Tho big hole which nowadays causes blocks dar
ing the busy hours, at Broadway and Eighteenth
street, Is for the distributing reservoir of the Bell
Telephone Company for the section of the city Im
mediately north of Eighteenth atreet. The com
pany has leased tho two upper floors of a building
ut this corner, and the operating room will be es
tablished there. In the big hole being dug were
will be 100 sub-way pipes, each capable of con
taining 100 wires.
Mnsnnn to Hold a Fair.
The Masons aud tbclr friends are making arrange
ments for a fair to be held In Masonic Temple next
week. Only 45 lodges out of the w will have
tables at the fair. The allotment of the tables will
be made to-night.
New York Markela.
WnkAT. Tho market wns active to-day at
lower prices, the bears being In control of the
pit. The opening prices were ( below last nuht's
close at ST 'i for Dec, ss;( for Jan., and May at
ok. At noon the tone was weak with prices at
about the same range, corn and oats were dull
without material change.
Cotton. Futures were better In sympathy with
Improved markets In Liverpool, opening prices
showing an advance of 3 to 8 points over last
night's final quotations, with Deo,, at 10.M;
Jn., 10.83; Feb., 10.89; April, lo.si, aod May
10.69. Later in the forenoon the market became
atronger and prices had advanced 0 to T points
further at noon on aotlve trading.
CorriE Opened barely steady at 10 a 15 points
deillno from yesterday's closing prices, owing to
the absence of buying orders and weaker advices
from Europe. Jan., 15.50; Feb., 18.05; March,
105; April, 14. R5; May, 14. Ts; June, 14. 5; July,
14.60; Aug., 14.S5; 8cpL,14.S5j Oct., 18.90; Nov.,
IS. CO; Dec, 15.60.
The National Automatic Gas Governor.
ATTACHED K V W
j9jM SAVING IN
! PIG PiRilk
m SBmli GUARANTEED.
Raarmoui bills result from oxcomIvo aras
prsuurr, Wheusaa blow" at III burner,
I Is baiug wailetl pro rata. Tbs higher Ilia
pressure, tho less th llluiulnatlsr aa the
laiaer Ibt suabtll. , , .
Thn auiouiiillo action of Governor, attached
to eneli tudlvldunl meter, penult the ran
Bunipr to control tils own pressure roaarstleso
ol ilie lu t ompuny, aad otiha-air bins lopay
lor out) ibe uilulmutu aupplv or Uu required
for economic service. . ....
Herurea a tradr and Increased Illumination,
rrsullluar from rraulur preesure nnd cene
ineiit imrfrel combustion of lbs irasea. thus
lusurlua a pur nnd taealinfulnlinoaubere.
frrveula lha alUaiirerabli vthlstllna. blow
ing and emoklna ofournere, ana coneeaiueut
Inlurj to celllnia, palntlnfs oi drapery.
GrratlT rrduere "fire Insurance Klaus"
Ineldem te 'Mlreejutnar" tins Jt and Burn
era, and xvotdr ilie frequent dancer aud J
penae of broken globes.
The (ioveraor roela consumer practically
nothlna, us Ibe eavina In (las, llllla (where full
riipRcltr or meter te need) will rebate coat ef
tiuvernor In every three or lour months' ear.
Tire, and In larae buildings ever? elxty daya,
Ibua returning from SOO to OOO per coat, an
nual dlvldeade upon the Investment (ar octal of
machine). . .
Uvar lO.OOO In eervlce. Every machine
Exclusive City or Stats Aeencles Awarded.
The Union National Gas Saving Co.,
. 744 BBOADWAY.
CLEARING OUT SALE
to make room for enormous importations of
LADIES' AND USSR CLOAKS.
first QUALrrr-KNaLisn seal bilk plush
NBTCMARKET8, M INCHES LOIf O. IIF.AVY URAL
SEAL OnNAMENTB, CHAMOIS rOCKKTS AND
EXTRA TOLL SEuTT. WAKKAHTED LONDON
DTE AND LINED TnH.OTJaH.OUT Wml QUILTED
SATIN. THESE STYLISH AND ELEGANT GAR
MENTS. TTORTH NOT LESS THAN 50.00 KAOn.
ARE OFFERED FOR TO-MORROTT ONLY AT
Combination lot of handsome Wraps, la Astrakhan,
cloth aod rich branded velvet, at price never before ao
lawfortheaudltyoflered. None offered worth lass than
$18 earlier In the season. All to be sacrificed at the onl
onn,prtce4f 89. CS.
Oenntna Imported braided Walking Jaeket in fan
menss variety, in all thenew and faabionabla shades and
the latest and artlstlo designs in braidings. Imported to
sell from alO.SO-to 18,6eaehrwill be sscrffioed at from
J5.OT to 910.W.
IIS A! ITS' CLOTMG.
MEN'S OASSTMERE BACK BUTTS, of dark
plaid, first-class msterial. worth lt.00 for one
weak at. .... )6.b5
MEN'S DRESS SUITS, of Black Diagonal Oork
aorew Worsted, handsomely bound, lined
thronghont with sllk-finlshed serge, worth
J18.00 foroneweek at 8.60
MEN'S OASSIMEREflAOK 8UTT8, of the very
best Quality, neat and choice patterns, former
prices 1.00, $18.00 and 020.00; for one week
at .....-.. ................ - .....- 12.65
MEN'S DARK BLUBC1UNOI11LLA BEAVER
OVERCOATS, exoellent-q.ualitT.wen made and
trimmed, no aboddy but strictly flrst-olsss
goods, worth 813.00: forone week at..... ...... B.tO
Boys' LONO-PANTS SUITS-of dark PlaM Oasd
mere, alios IS to 18 years, worth 9 for one
week at ......... ..... 6,45
Boys' NORFOLK BLOUSE SUITS of excellent
quality, sizes 4 to 13 yean, worth J3.C0 forone
Boys' NORFOLK BLOUSE SUITS of good qual
ity Tweed and Gasslmere, in several neat and
choloe patterns, also 4 to IS years, worth
J4.60; for one week at .... a.js
Boys' English CORDUROY SUITS of the very
finest quality! sold elsewhere for tS sises 4 to
13years;for one week at jqq
Boys DRESS SUITS ot dsrk bine and blaek
Corkscrew Worsted, boxlaited front and baek,
lined thronghont with ailk-flnlahad serge, worth
eB.M:foroneweek t.......M-... g,jj
Boys4 LONO-PANTS SUITS of dark mixed Oss
slmere. sites 13 to 18 years. Coats, Pants and
Vest, worth t)8; foroneweek .at ..., 4.85.
SHOES A! M
Aspecillot,oonststlngofabont 1,000 pair ot ladles'
straight goat, Onraeoa kid and Dongola top walking
BOOTS, all sues, goods that we have been selling at
frornSS to 84. To clear ouUh. lot prion cnt to tl. 98.
Another lot, consisting of about 1,300 pairs of Gardi
ner's best mske Ouraooa kid and Dongola kid top ladies'
intt BOOTS, in box toe and common-sense styles, all
alte,goodsthat bare alwaya sold from Si to 83. To
elan.ouVthe lotthe price cat to $3.08.
Extra fine Coracoa kid and pebble goat walking
BOOTS, in box toe or common sense style, all sizes,
goods that hare never sold for less than (3. To clew out
the lot prlce-cut-to 81.88.
Mlsees' fine Coracoa kid and pebble goat dress BOOTS,
made on the latest style lsst, heels or spring heels, all
sixes, goods that have sold regularly at 83.50. To clear
out tho lot price cut to (1.C9.
Children's fine Curaooa kid, spring heel shoes, sizes 5
to 10W, with worked buttonholes, bare always sold at
(1,35. To dear out tho lot have cut the prise to 83c,
Boy's calfskin school SHOES, sizes 11 to 6M, solid
throughout, lsoe or button, goods always sold at $ J. To
clear out the lot bare cut the price to 81.39.
Men's fine hand-embroidered,hand-aewed opera SLIP
PERS, nicely trimmed with patent leather, all aizea,
alwaya sold at 81.60. To clear out the lot hare cut price
Men's fine calfskin, aewed welt, Waukenphaat SHOES,
solid throughout, made In lsoe or oongreas styles, all
sixes, sell everwhere at 83. To clear out the let ban
cut the prise to 81. W.
8th Ave., 24th and 25th Sts.
IMPORTED ENGLISH BE AVER JACKETS WITH
HEAVY PLUSH TRIMMING AND FINEST SILK
BINDING. THESE TAILOR-MADE GARMENTS
HAVE ARRIVED SO LATE IN THE SEASON THAT
WE HAVE DECIDED TO SACRIFICE THEM AT
LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' COST. THEY
ARE NEW QOODB, HEAVY WRIGHT AND ALL
WOOL, AND CANNOT BE DUPLICATED FOR
LESS THAN 810.75. WE WILL CLOSE OUT THE
ENTIRE LOT, EACH AT 87.49.
Misses eitna heavy all-wool Seotoh Cheviot- NEW
MARKETS, made of the best material and tanox-meko,
with capes or very handsome satin-lined hoods. Thernre
extra heavy and every thread wool. All rises from 13 to
16 year. Goods that oannot be duplicated to sell for
less than 813 1 reduced to 88.89.
Misses' handsome at -wool cheek Newmarkets, in all
shades, tailor-made, sound seems; worth 88.03 1 at 80.75.
We direct special attention to the following-unheard-of
One of the most fashionable MUFFS now worn Is the
long, allk-hsired monkey muff. We hare plenty of these
goods of tho primest quality, and shall Mil them during
this week st 83.38 each; they ar selling elsewhere at
83.76 to 84.60.
Some very flue Raccoon MUFFS, prime goods, at
Some prime quality Black Russian liar MUFFS,
from back of animal, lined with satin, worth 83.60, at
Genuine Hudson Bay Bsarer MUFFS, regular 87,60
goods, st 81.83.
Oenuine Nutria, prime qsallty, llgbt-shede MUFFS,
worth 83.00. cut to 81.69.
Beautiful Imitation Black Lynx BOAS, 3 yards lonr, at
Fine Black French Coney BOAS, 3 yards long, at
Genuine natural Lynx BOAS, 3 yards long, worth
83.75, cut to 81.98.
Natural Badger BOAS, 3ards long. VERY HAND
SOME, worth 89.00, cut to 86.93.
Children's Coney sets of MUFFS AND BO AS at 45e.
AN UNHEARD-OF BAROAINt 160 MATS or
RUGS, size 46x30 Inoh, made of raooooa and fox skins,
beautifully mixed. Used with felt, never before sold at
less than 86.60, at 83.98.
An immense lot of all kinds of FUR TRIMMTJTaS up
ward from 19e.
8th Ave., 24th and 25th Sts.
An elecfcnt and ffeotual preparation for
Whitening, Softening ind Beanllfyln
ForrtnoTlDcTftn, D.iooloratona or any ImptxritlMi h
will b found far superior to tit naraerotui lotirms, soap
ointment, Ao. It is abtwluUIy harm lean, and for jrt&.
eral ue U far proferabla to tb flneat Toilet Boap. fl at
waya laaTes tho -kin soft, clmr and boautlful, Pnt up ta
an decant metal casket, wh hlngo cover, contalotiii
quarter pound each.
Price - - - 20 conta
KLKOANTLV rKITFUMKD COLD CREAM.
rr Urge pot. 15o.
BIKER'S VEGETABLE ULOOD PURIFIER,
esch bottle oontaina
One doe nlaht and rooming will keen the BLOOD i
PURE and C&MrLEXION CLEAR and nEALTUY.
Approred by the Medical Prof e Ion. Indorsed bytht
Leadlnr DramMio and Lyrio Artiste, and highly com
mended by all who hato used it for Its abaolato purity
and beautiful Affect.
PAGE I'OWDKH Is an article of the toilet In nae by
almost erery lady, and of which it has been heretofore
Impossible to obtain a satisfactory and ABBOLUTXLT
nanULxas preparation. We WAltnaMT ours to be suoti
AN one, and claim the following reasons for the saperU
ority of our Powder orer ALL others.
It does mot xufxde inz mzz action or xum
It oontains neither Lead, Arsenic, Bismuth nor other
Metallic substance to poison tho skin.
It oontalrvn no Chalk, Magnesia, or other harsh la
sted lent to dry or roughen the skin.
It U Impossible to detect it on the face by the closest
It " gotfi on " so smooth and easy, and stays on ao mueli
longer than any other.
It keeps the skin soft and healthy. preTenting those
hideous little "black worms."
It is ttfae only Powder which is not only HAIUCTJEifl. bui
It causes the skin to bare that beautiful clearness, li
dicatireof rKnrxcT health.
It may be remored from the skin without using water.
Propmred In FIta Distinct Shades, to Holt AU
riYENn OR WHITE, Suiting the Majority.
WHITE, Suiting the Florid.
PINK, Suiting the PaUid.
nUUNKTTK, Suiting the Dark.
YELT.O W, Suitable for Ennlng.U
Being-particularly adapted to gaslight, under which UU
imparts a peculiarly beautiful appearance to the oomw
It is pnt In a LAKoc, handsome and conrenient box. I
INSIST ON HftVIHG RIKER'S
IN THE ORIGINAL PACKAGE. I
NO OTIIER8 CAN COMPARE WITH THEM. 1
Do not allow any one to persuade yon otberwtso. SoldB
by almost all dealers throughout the United States. I F
ANY druggist refuses to supplryou, youoan I)U SURBl
of gutting nbst yon ASK VoR at the DIlY-GOODSf
110 USES and GENERAL STORES, or direct FROM 1
DRUGGISTS AND PERFUMERS,
AT 353 CTI1 AVE., NEW YORK.
685 Wanhlngton St., and
C5, 57 and 59 Clarkson st., N, T.
Descriptive Catalogne and Price List
mailed free on eppltoatlon.
The above cut Is familiar to all Jew Yorkers as the
' ' Angel at the Fountain " In Oentrall'ark. It has been ,
admired by thousands, but It possesses a slgnlfloanee fag (
beyond that of art. It means health, It means renewed i
life, and It means bsppiness, wbioti follows. Tho beau
tiful Bible story of the angel that came down to the pool
and tonohed the waters, so that the poor sufferer from
disease wss healed by Its msrvelbns power. Is just as true
to-dsy. The waters of Bethesla were healing In Bible
times; Bethesd Mineral SprtJg Water is llf .-restoring
Just wbtt it Is that eauies Bethesda Water ton ao
powerful It U lmpoaslble tossy, but It known beyond a
doubt that for all kidney or bladder difficulties, for dia
betes or Brlght's dlsesse, no water, no compound, no
discovery known to tho world hss ever aooompllshed
wbst the pure Bethesda Spring Water bss. The best
physicians of New York irescrtbe and use It In their prao.
tlce dally. Senator Dojsey, lion, Thos, M.Nlohol.L. Z.
Zelter and hundreds of other publlo and prominent men, i
Indorse Bethesds molt strongly, It Is so palatable, at I
well as powerful, thsl msny of tho leading f amllle nae
nothing else upon taeir tables. Mixed with wine it be
comes a delightful drink and counteracts any possible,
evil effects. It is sold by all deslers, and is Indeed i
" Nsturo's remeiiy." '
Cleveland. Nov. 22. The assets of the Excel.
Bior Kenning company, which assigned gome time
ago, are determined at $112,342; liabilities $163,-
Cnictoo, Nov. 22. Eucene Carter defeated
George Sloason last night In a 200-polnt same ot
cusulon caroms. Bloaion conceded 30 points and
waa beaten one.
riTTSBuno, Nov. 22. James Mccrrlghton, the
ex.rallwaj man who died In Philadelphia on Ban
dar, win be burled In Allegheny Cemetery In tula
city on Tnursday.
Washington, Nov, 22. Tho first formal meet
ing ot the Fisheries Commission will be held to
day. All agreements will bo reduced to writing,
but no formal record ot the proceedings will be
DL'LOTn, Nov. 22. Jacob Undin fell from a
icadold last Saturday, dislocating his neck. For
tunately the spinal iord escaped compression. The
physicians reduced the dislocation and the man t
Knox villi, Nov. 22. In a tight between white
' and colored miners on Sunday at Jell loo, a village
some sixty miles from this place, two whites ind
one negro were killed ami two more white sen
wounded. It la thought that more killing wll re
sult. Kamiis Crrr, Nov. 82. Prof. H. LosJbr. a
famous artist, ot this city, learned last west that
he had been left iiso.ouo by a relative In qranoe.
To celebrate this event he went on a spree, which
ended la hut sadden death at the hosptal tali