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HK 4 TIIE WORLD : WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1887. . I
Wbs JHR. BOLL AND THE MESSAGE.
Hfjr,' ITS TENOtt OAUBES AN IMMENBE BEN8A-
RT HON THEOUOnOUT ENGLAND.
K WrC1eTel.uid'l Communication IWmrded by
H$Tt the Prera the Htrongeat Presidential
Hy&, Meaaace Brer Addreaaed to the United
Hff, (State. Congre.. Unlrenallr KnUalxed
$ sa Indicating n Dread. Hold and Common-
Hjta Ben.o roller It Alleged Free-Trade
Bf& Tendcnelea Danaeroai for Bnjtfand.
KM' Untvax, Dee. T. All the papen thU morning
EkS, bare long editorial regarding Prcaldent Clere-
kj& land message.
BsS? TBe St. Jamtti Gazette regardi the President's
H&, messago a of rltal Importance to England. It
WSE' cajai "Ilia reference to trusts and .indicates
H formed by manufacturers and to tne way In
Wt& w&lch they malnuln Ugh pncea for their own
Kj?y adTantage and over and aboie all that U ncces-
Hro aary to protect natlro lndnatnes ahonld be especial!;
E& noted. In conclusion the President lnaUta that be
R' does not raise the question of Protection versus Freo
HgM Trade, bnt bo limply deals with the eaay and neces-
Msw aary redaction of taxation. It la a sadden and
WjSf h somewhat anrprlilng more, and one, of course,
Bfe that is aare to produce a great sensation, not
Ef; alone In the United States. All the remark wo
Wtfk' ahall make on It at present la this: Too lata Lord
M' Oreratone, whose judgment In sucli matters was
B In the highest degTee authoritative, uaod to tay
Oft that the commerco of this country would receive
Bra?' its first great blow when Free Trade was adoptod
by the United States. lie was a Freo Trader him.
P atlf, of course. The competition of a Free Trade
BJfSL , America waa what he aeemed to most dread for
BwT u'" conn'rT' "
Rg JOUN BULL LIKINXD TO A ntJNOHr BTBIXT DOT.
BFfflt' ThaDaUlA'eusaayai "Mr. Cleveland partlcn.
ftfe1 larlj refers to the wool tariff, which he taints
Bmk enould be at once reduced, and observes with much
BB" point that even tho farmers lose more by the dear.
HM. Sea of clothes than they gain by dearnesa of wool.
Kl' Ve mnrt kB0W perfectly well that In thus arguing
BJfsf lie concedes the whole case for free trade. Tbo
$r Prealdent'a message la expected to make tne tariff
BRni reform the principal question In the Presidential
H$j campaign next year, and there Is certainly none upon
HJ& which the American people bavo stronger reason!
BjCSj Xor making up their minds. Wo bavo polnteil out
KSflf certain fallacies and Inconsistences In tho mes-
P& sage, bnt Mr. Cleveland la entitled to the credit for
BB.' navlng spoken out and laid before Congress with-
Bw out reservation the real facts of tho case, lie
j'f declines to pronounce for tree trade, or to go be-
BKr yond the proposition that nnnoccsssry taxes should
E& Hot be raised. But It is Impossible to stop there,
R and the stouo now set rolling will not stop until it
jaF has broken tho Idol of protection In pieces. The
BKf- faotU, though the President makea tho pretense
BE& ot ahntting his eyes to It, that the policy
CSBr ' protection In America has boon roducod to a
Pf practical and theorotloal absurdity. Sir. Clovo-
K laud's striking confession of fatluro and his cm-
K$y phallo appeal to Congress for tbo adoption of Im-
BKfei mediate remedies tome in the nick of tlmo to prove
BRfe, the abaurditlea of the doctrines to which the
BMj,' English conservatives have formally commltlod
BKJ& thtmselves. Nevertheless It Is Impossible, ai
BKysr America will sooner or lster find, t dlscusrgo this
BE&? plain duty to the people without raising tbo qua.
BKfe" Oah of economical policy wblca President Clove-
BEtT land deprecates. It may bo only a condition
BJrt' wnlcn con fronts tbo United States and not a
Bftj? theory, Lutws are much mlstakou If they will
BEif Ind U practicable to dissociate oue from the other.
BE, The mcasago communicated to Couvroas yesterday
BEr& U1 perhaps osase a slight disappointment to Eng-
BEr? llah readers. They were not without liopo that it
BE? might contain aome rcferenco to tho negotiations
BKf , on the Fisheries question, from which it might bo
BEnf posillile to draw favorable augurlca as to tbo result
K& of Mr. Chamberlain's mission. However, we can
Hf; hardly complain that nothing baa been auld on thin
K& paitlcular tut.Jeot In the Presidential Message,
BF which, contrary to tho custom, la couOned to tho ox.
Hfr; elusive consideration of a single topic. The gravity
K& of the question referred to is undeniable, though It
KW is of a kind wnloU so seldom trouolea ua in this
Bk country that an English Finance Minister would bo
Vft- touch Inclined to envy tho Government whoso re-
HH poae It dlaturbs. To a Ilrltlsh Chancellor of tho
Hd Exchequer, the ploture which the I'naUlenl draws
B Ot the national coffers mnst produco much the
K&v same effect as docs tho alubt of u provision mer-
B' chant's well-OUed shop front on a hungry street
K boy flattening bis nose against tho window pane.
K. This, no doubt, Irom the economist's point of
R vli represents seriously an objectionable atato of
IBnA things, and one which Mr. Cleveland dots not do.
t1 scribe loo strongly In speaking of It as ludcfenslblo
yAW extortion. But an English Chancellor of tho
, ym Exchequer would be apt to wish that be bad half
Ngs President Cleveland's complaint "
H' IBK SriKITXD l-HOTEST OK TUX ritlSIDINT.
BM The&aiiftirdaavai 'The mesaageto Congress
fe la based on financial principles, the soundneaa of
K' which It Is Impossible successfully to dispute. It
EC' msrksa revolutionary starting-point In the flseil
K,. controversies of tho United States. Whether It wUl
'j,' tlhg abont at once a new departuro In fiscal policy
B VrlU depend on the reception which Congress may
E give to the spirited protest of the FrcaldcnU It Is
E& as an address to the honeit Intelligence
K& of the American pcoplo that tbo rues-
B" f age Is thoroughly formidable to the partisans of
BKl prolecllon. Mr. Cleveland demands la effect lb it
E. there shall be a tariff for revenue purposes only.
VsTsV bU dlUnc,1y a no,T "J ia American politics,
$ M ll wla D0 doubt lead t0 n disintegration of the
wLj'' ' Jartles as they are, and to the reconstruction of
K; their component elements on fresh lines. So much
B the better, both for the sako of healthy political llfo
T and of sound finance. There can be no doubt
R What, In the long run, tho end mutt be. Hut para.
tip rered Interests will die bard. Tbo mischief has
m etrnck Ita roots deep In the virgin soil of American
T Industrial society, and It will surely tax the cour.
K. nge of Mr. Cleveland and his supporters to
K Buk E00d Sinning with the work of improve-
BM 8nW The mlsohlef wrought by the American
H? customs wall Ilea on the snrfsoe. It Is written
K large In the distresses of the Treasury. The tax.
K payers, as Mr. Cleveland points out, are openly
' I'Ulsged In order that the Exchequer may be
K swollen with useless lioarig. It la an old trick of
EK tbe I'toiectlonlii party to argne that excise do
Hk ties ought to be abolished beforo customs duel
Bri Mo condemned. Mr. Cleveland wisely thinks it
tmneceasary to enlarge on tbe absurdity from tbo
tolnt of view of equity and morality of so undls-
srnlsedly selfish a suggestion, Mo tinkering with
B the tariff will sutnea. No readjustment of dalles
jE" will do. The only reform that common sense csn
Hr;, tccept is one which unaffectedly leututltutea the
Bi' principle of unimpeded Imports for that of tariff
KW: X KOTCI, rOUCT DITUIHTO 1QN0UED.
Bjft; Tns A"" toUwayh sayat "No Freildentlal
BS,,' passage of whloh there is any record in the polltl-
BjKt , 01 annals of the United States Is more remarksble
K' than that transmitted yeaterdsy to Congress by Mr.
H Cleveland. As bold and outspoken disclosure of a
E laovel policy hitherto opposed or Ignored by the poll-
P tWansofbotti parties, Mr. Cleveland bat addreased
B to the Federal Legislature a powerful and uncom-
B . promulng argument In favor of repealing the heavy
B protective duties levied under tho existing tariff.
Bmm 'Jhoogh, be decline! to sresk of the system for
K Which ha contends as Free Trade, hit pro;o all, If
V adopted, would sweep away a very largo protor.
B. '- Won of tbe present burdens on American trade, sod
" oia bring the United States a long way on tbe
BBk' w4 towards complete commercial emancipation."
Hf Xft MIMfUa ta A BOtO BTBOU.
Bsm t u "Li-' -
BHnmtt tfi 1 1 itfiffelf f ?sr fraMt .y ' ('
tbst Mr. Cttvtland ahosld have tho courage to con.
front the serried phalanx of Protectionists on the
eve of the contest for the Presidency. Tne next
eleven months wilt be spent by American poli
ticians In the Presidential canvass. It aecmi,
therefore, that Mr. Cleveland must either be very
euro of his ground or very careless of obtaining a
renomlnatlon, alnco he has made up nls mind lo
take a step that will lnovltaftly ullenato the
Protectionist section of tbe Democratic
party. If Mr. Cleveland Intends to seek
reelection, as is generally believed, his messagolsa
bold atroke, which at lcaat deserve luccess, and
which will foreo the hand-to-mouth politicians to
face the Issues raised by the proposal to tcducc the
dutlea to tbo strict proportions of a Tariff for llevc
nue. President Cleveland Is careful to say that lu
contending lor tho abrogation of Ihcexlstlng tariff
the lawa which be describee as vicious, luequltablo
and Illogical and as a aourco of unnecessary taxa
tion, bo Is not arguing for any Free-Trade theory.
He even speaks with respect of Protection
and maintains that tbe cxlstcnco of tho manufact
uring Interests should not bo Imperilled. We
hsve confldenco In the laws by which, when trade
Is practically free, every nation finds out Ita fittest
work and turns Its sdvantages to best account.
Mr. Cleveland's message will bo a damper
upon Free Traders, or fiscal reformers,
who are to mcot In London to-morrow
night under Mr. Howard Vincent's leadership
and to endeavor to galvanize into life thu policy
stillborn at Oxford. It la not when America la
doubling whether tho blessings of Protection are
not after nil a mockery and xnaro that England Is
likely to fling Free Trado overboard In a panic "
The Morning JVtt, commenting on President
Cleveland's message, says: Tho moisige will
produce a profound sensation In Kuropo ua well as
In Amerlcs, and will strcngthon the l'rco Tradors'
case throughout tho world. "
WAS HE TO BOB THE HANK OF ENGLAND?
A Itclntlve or Ono of-tlin Nntrd Illdwcll llimn
Arrested In tan l'riuirUco.
st-rciAi. to tux wom.n.t
Han Fiiancisco, Dec 0. What appears to bo a
deep-laid plot to rob tho Bank of Eugland, by
means of counterfeit notes, has bcoa nipped In the
bud by the dotectlvo forco of this city. About two
months ago Uapt. Lees, Chief of Detectives, re
ceived information that a young engraver bad
agreed to engrave a fao almllo of a 5 noto lasucd
by tho IlJUk of England. Tne Captain callod upon
tho engraver, whoso name he refuses to dlvulg
ami learned that tho man said ho wanted notes tu
Issue with an advertisement of a patent medicine.
Tbe stranger, who gave hla name as J. II. Hlier
man, In order to allay any suspicion wnkh Uilgnt
arlso In Iho mind of tho engraver, told him that ho
had received permission from tho proper authori
ties to use tbo notes tor advertising purposes, llu
desired that tbo blook should be perfect in ovcry
respect, and ho promised to pay the vngruvcr tii
fur his trouble
Sherman called on the engraver every afternoon
to ascertain how bo waa progressing, llu waa fol
lowed from there by Ditoctlve Moagber to a real
estate office under the Palace Hotel, whero II wai
ascertained ho worked as u clerk. Since that day,
seen weeks ngo, thu detectives bavo never lust
sight of Hnerman. The engraved block was com
pleled yesterday alternouu and the detective!
were Informed of tha fact. dpi. Lees In
structed the engraver to give tlio block to
Sherman when he culled. Sherman called ut thu
offlco ubout 3 o'clock, rcieUul his block uud paid
lor It. He had a proof taken and was well pleaxuil
with tho work, lor It was u guod fao mmllo of tho
Hank nf England notes. Sherman then turned Into
thu hall to leave the building uud be had not pro
ceeded very far when lit teethes llalnbrldgo and
llanly took him in ahargo. lie was hurrli'd to
Capt. Leo's office, In the old City lliill.'unil nn
closely questioned, but ho refused to niako
any statement other than that he wuntod
lo use tbo notca aa an advertisement for
a patent meulcluo. When uskoil to name the ut
out muiilUnu In whlcn he was Interest be tailored,
then refused tossy anything. He wai ncoordlngly
locked up. hhermsn uoslrud to Impress It upon liiu
mind of tnoiliioetiviiili.it he did not Intend using
the idock fir auv Illegal purpose, but hU story did
not receive crrdenro.
Capt. Lcea know little of tho modest clirk ot tho
roal estste ofllco. As patent inedlnno ugeiu ho was
known to tho iteticlno aaJ. B. McDonald, ullus
HcDoiiiiel, a brother ot (leo. McDonucl, who is one
of tho moat noted forgers In the world. It vtns
Geo. MoDontiel and Austin and Byron indwell who
In INTO swindled tho Batik of Kitulsnd out ot over A
million dollars by means of forged ihccks and
notes. Iho facts connected with their forgery
were of wond-wldu Interest at ilio nine,
nnd for months the pi em was kipt busy
with tho dcedi of Iho fainoin Bank of Enuluml
forgers. McDonucl, alias Sliernmn, Is poaicHsed of
vtry polished manners, and ho would bo one nf tho
last men any ordinary person would suspect or hu
Imr auy designs on tho coffers of the Bank of Eng
Isnd. Ha will bo examined to-morrow on u cburgo
of f olouy.
LOYE'B WORK IX A BA1LU0AD OAR.
Tbo Huppy Ilrnnmnmii of it Pretty (Jlrl'n
I.o.a ul 11 rr I'ur.e.
Israelii, to Titr. would.
CLYDE, N. Y., Dec. 0. John (J. Manlcro, n
wealthy and middle-aged banker at Oakland, Cal.,
and ten yuan ago cashier of u all struct bank la
Now York City, and Miss ilnry West, a pretty
young lady, wero married ut tho bride's home, In
Walvorlh, to-day. Mlsa Weat waa riding on tbo
cara on her way homo from Albany early last June.
Whllo the cara wore standing at Syracuse slto
found that sho bad lost her purse aud railroad
ticket. The conductor was about to put Iter oil tho
train. Sho sobbed, and Mr. Manlere, who wuslu
the came car, paid her fare. Ho hold a short ton
ersatlon with her on tho cars and wout home to
A lew days later bo received a letter from Miss
West Inclosing a remlllauco for her fare. Somo
correspondeuce followed, and at the end of three
mouths the CulitoruUn roposcd marriage. After
tbo young lady bad been assured by her frleuds ou
tho Pacini) caH us to Muulere's splendid soclil
standing and geuulno proposal she accepttd. 'in
day the ha py couple started for u short visit among
Hit) groom's friends In NV York, utter nnluii they
will go lo .Mr. Manure's home ut Uaklu-ui. Among
the floral gilts at tbo wedding was a luautllul aud
lugenlous dorat dtsigu ot the exterior ot a passen
ger railroad car, upon one aide of wnlcli was tho
word "Syracuse" In bluo Immortelles. It was
presented by several New York brokera to tho
SUE SAW HER HUSBAND DROWNING.
Illalna from n t-tlck Hrd, Mho Tried to Him o
Mini, but Vu Too I. inc.
ISl'ICUL TO TIIK WOULD. I
Ottawa, Bcc. u. Johu lieuolt, of North liar,
who bad been aUcnt Irom homo at llonstccl's
Point, started to return on Thursday last, but when
within ouo hundred yards of the shoro where his
nut stands, he found thick Ice, which prevented bis
going ahead with hla bark canoe. With an axe be
began cutting a cbunuel, tut bad not proceeded
fur wheu the aio fell from his baud Into tee water.
He then atariod to crawl on handa and kuets
towards tho shore, but broke through tbo Ice.
When twenty feet fromtuo sftorc lie became ex
From a sick bed in the but bis wlfo had witnessed
bis straggles through a window, and unable to con
tain herself longer rushed out of the house la her
night clothes, without shoes or Blockings, on to
the Ice and rescued him. He was uucousoious, and
for over threo hours she endeavored to keep htm
alive by rubblug and keeping his body warm In tbe
nope that belpwontd come, but he died at 11 o'clock
at night. Seeing that lltu waa rxunet she started
w Ith the youugesi c Intel in httr arum for the nearest
neighbor's, Uve miles illstutt, vture hvip was it
cured. Mrs. Douort wss bjJIy Iroicn and Is niw
luavery crlttesl condition, several times during
her Jouruey through the woods she lay down lu the
snow, feeling uuable to go farther.
rangut a Wolf In the Street, or Chicago.
Ciiicugo, Sec. a. As John SteUer, a nlgbt
watchman, was returning home at an early hour
yesterday, he waa met at tbe gate by a atrangc
looklug animal that he drove an ay. Mr. stellcr
entered his bouse, only to be railed out shortly
alter by tbe cry of wolf." The animal that had
met Mr. sillier at fin gato had returned tu bis
ilooistrp. A lively chase ensued ui.d resulted 111
the capture of thu wolf. He was u young one,
dark gray, wltb shaggy hair and alert ears. Not
being aatUSed with the blood of a cow which be,
had bitten be put bla teeth Into Mr. Steller and
drank briefly ot that geatltman's life curreut, but
wai anally secured. The wolf was bound with a
heavy rope, bnj be promptly severed It with hla
HEB BKOTHLB SHOT AT HIM TtJICE.
fllamle Mlnfnrd's Htory of Abduction (lets
tVllllnni Hnnlevy Into Trouble.
Iinrcist, to Tns wonr.t).l
PiitLjtnr.Li'iitA, Dec tV A startling atory of how
a young girl of this city was drugged, abducted,
locked ou In a lonely house and rubbed of several
hundred dollars' worth of Jewelry oamo tollght
to-day. Mamlo Mlnford la tho pretty little fifteen,
year-old daughter of William J. Mluford, whose
family lives at No. 130 Congrcai street. Mr. Mln
ford Is an old res captain, now running a line of
ahlps at New York City, where he spends most of
Last Wednesday evening Mamie left nor home on
Congress street to go to an entertainment In a
church near by. Nothing was acen of her by any
member of the family until the following Friday
evening, when she was brought back by William
Dunlevy, sovcutccn years old, of Second and
South streets, who Is a clerk In a Market street
store. At tint Mamlo refused to tell her mothor
whcroslnhud been, slmplr corroborating any and
nil statements made by yuuug Dunlovy, who told
contradictory stories. To-day little Manna con
fcssul to her mother and laid she had bem ntMld
to tell It before. Mamlo said Dunlevy was her ab
ductor and he had not only made In r promise not
to tell, but bud threatened many awful things If
Tno girl sivs Duulcvy locked her up In a house
on Chadwlck street uud then stole all of her Jewel
ry. Wheu sho left hor home Wedutsdny cvuulug,
Mamie says, she bad not gone far when Dunlevy,
who hail ottin called upon her at ncr homo la Con
gress street, came up and asked It he might walk
with her. " I saw uo reason why ho should not,"
said thu girl, "and so wo walked along the
street until wo came to the church.
I was Just going In when Mr. Dunlevy
asked me it I wouldn't like to go upon Chadwlck
street utid roo bis filter, who was lying thero very
sick. 1 hjUI I would, nnd then we walked along
until wo reuohed Cnadwlck street, near Seven
teenth and Heed streets. He said his sinter lived at
No. 1743 cnadwlck street nnd ho look out a key uud
unlocked the door and told tne to step Into the ball,
way. 1 did so. llojitopped In, pulled Iho door to
nuiltnldinelogoahu.nl. I started down tho hall,
when he suddenly grabbed tno, clasped his hand
oer my mouth aud then held u handkerchief over
my rioio. T'lcro was soma kind it modlrlne on t.io
handkerchief uud it put mo to sleep. That's all I
knew until 1 woke up next morning."
The girl's story is corroborated to this extent:
Her diamond Jewelry mid watch, valued ut several
nuudriil dollars, wero found on young Dunlevv.
Ilosalil IoTiik Would correspondent that the girl
guvo ttietn to lilm to keep, lie sals he took her to
nls sister's huuhu becausa she had a till with her
mother, and that sho concocted a story that she had
been ubductod hecauiu she waa afraid of a whip
ping for staying away irom home.
Mamie's urolhor Willie, seventeen years old,
shot twice ut young Dunlevy after he beard the
girl's story, but neither allot took effect.
"HOUND TO HAVE COAL OB BM)OD."
Cry of WrntiTii Kmimi. farmers nsj Tliry
Itobbml ii 1'iisslnK Truln.
IfrvnsL to the wom.n.l
Kanbab City, Dec. 0. Slnco tho cold weather
set In reports of luck of coal lu Western Kansis
bavo been heard here, but It waa not until recently
that anything definite could bo learned. A de
spatch from Syracuse, Kan. .reports that during tho
pust three weeks coal has been very soarco ta tho
extrenio western part of tho Mite, which has caused
u vast amount of suffering among the Bottlers
living from twenty-five to sovt'iity-flve miles from
arallroid. Hundreds of cars of Nuw Mexico and
Colorado coal paiscd through, blllod to Kansas City
and other points cast, but It was only now and
then that the company could bo Induced to drop off
u car for the Syracuse market.
Saturday cvenlmr a largo party of farmers took
forcible poH"0'Hton of a train of coal ut Hyracmo
and held It a good pot lion ot tbo night, until they
had filled their wagons. Ttieylclt money tu pay
for what thuy had taken. Neither heals nor tho
growls of Hie train men had any terrors for these
iletonmtiul farmers, fur, as one ot them put It,
they wero bound to havo ooal or blood. " In
Oarduii City hundreds of fuuilllea are clllicr en
tirely destitute of the means of keeping warm or
uru huddling over a lew scant cm' era. This Is not
tbo sltuatlo'i In (lanlen City iiloui', but lu every
other towu In the nostirn pirt of Kunsas. muse
who utu holding down claims throughout tho
country aro unable to proenro this necessary
article, nnd i-houlil a bluzuril set In hundreds
must lncvlluhly perish from tne cold. '1 ne trouble
seems to bo with tbo Atchison, Topoka and
Santa Fe lladroa.l Company, which roluses to
furulsii transportation f rum the vast bedi uu cither
hide of this section of country. Hut ouo oirload
wni rcci tied nt Harden City last week to supply
the wants of It ",000 Inhabitants uud the farmers
of thegrtut section of country who tely upou Iho
city for Huppltcr, This was do sit nut n lew pounds
at n tunc, none rcceltlug tuttUli'iit to last over two
or thrto days, mid many ot the most needy being
overlooked In the distribution.
'1 hreiits am openly made of burning tho railroad
propertv till along Its lino lu Western Kansas,
should till condition of ailalrn lio much more pro
loured. The mild and opin weather of Iho past
few d lys has beun a god-send, nut uo ono can
prophesy tho dire consciiueiices of a blizzard or n
snow blockade. Snvnu dollars and a halt per ton
li tlailly paid lor coal, but linno cuii bo procured
Cien ut that figure. Tne people aro becoming des
pirate, (treat crowds gather at tno railroad yards
ut various points threatening to rob ilia engines
which pass ihrouuh ot their fuol. None ot the
fault can bo urHlguoil to tho coiil-dealers, ua tlioy
do cvcrjtriliu In their power to relieve ttio suffer
ing, but have hundreds of unfilled orders for
vt blch cash baa been paid.
THE CROWN I'BINCE HOPEFUL.
II o 1,11 oh. I'lirwnrd to III. Kecovery mid
, Return to Berlin.
llEttLiN, Dec c At a meeting of Froemasons a
letter wus read from tbe Crown Prlncosaylug:
" With (Sod's help 1 hopo that at a not very remote
period I shall again be ublo to rcsldo In Berlin In
tbo enjoyment of good health,"
San Ukuo, Doe. a The Crown Prlnco drove to
Ospeduletto this morning. From there he rodo to
Colin. The Prince's volco Is regaining Its strength,
though it Is still hoarse, , This ulternoou bo walked
through Snu lteuio.
Munich, Dec, 0. Tho President of tho Chamber
of Deputies linn Introduci d u resolution expressing
sympathy with Kmpcior Wllllani aud Crowu Prlnoo
Fredirlck William. 'Iho resolution aajst 'Wo
adinlro tbo Crown Princo's moral courago In facing
a Bevcre Illness. Ills strength of mlud Justifies tho
hope ot bis recovery. All unite lu wishing that
Ood will protect both tbo Kmperor and the Crown
Huriird Out on Their WuddliiK Nlllbt.
If ri! 1L TO TIIIC WORLD. I
WAfmvnrON, Deo. 0. On the nlgbt that Mr.
Ileldou Nobles, of this city, and tho daughter of
ox-Senator Yulee, ot Florida, wero married, they
went to tbe summer residence of bis family, whero
they Intended to spend they honeymoon. They
were the only occupants of the house. At mid
night they awoke uud found their room full of
smoke and heard the crucklo ot flames. They
lurily escaped with their lives, and all the furni
ture and their wedding presents were destroyed.
t'lir house win i lied by Capt. Bradford, who la
spending this vmiiirat tne ltlira House, with ha
wife uud daughter. HU lom Is mrlouf, tin re being
no insurain e ou tho furniture. Tno family heir
looms, Including many valuable souvenirs ot tra el,
family pioturia aud plato, two planus, one belong
ing to Mrs. Bradford's great grandmother, were
dcatroyed. Mrs. Noble lost nearly all her wedding
presents, Inoludlug many valuable diamond orna
ments, and tbe groom's wedding gift, a pearl neck
lace worth 1300. Tbo fire Is supposed to nave origi
nated In au open flreplaoe In thu sitting-room, either
by the coa Is falling out on the floor or by tho Ignit
ing of an overheated woodeu mautel.
Tit Dine Cot, 1 1 ill nnd Others.
A banquet wl'l ue given to (Jov. Hill nud
the Bute ofllceis-clett, Senator Vance, of North
Carolina, and Senator (Ionian, of Maryland, by
the Harlem Democrats Club Deo. 9, OvertjJ.UOO
baa already been contributed.
No Loss Without Home Gain,
lltvm A Xyrfl Zcuritr Jaurnll.
The destruction ot human life by hunters from
the city will probably olwajs be complained of by
thepeople in the country. But the country people
should reflect, that whlio the clly siortsman may
now and then kill a man, be rarely does their gsuiu
A (loud C'uleli.
rroialt, JifoyAanra. Itipuhllea,
Whlto Daisy of tbo Pralrlo Is the name of a beau
tiful Cree Indian msldtn, who owns 1,000 acres of
land and has a bank account of co,ooa a man
might do worso than to marry this, modern Ciee-U,.
WILLOFUKIl ON WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7.
65 Pieces of
in nil the latest evening: and
street shades, at
8fl0. PER YARD.
THESE BILKS WKP.B TO HAVE BKF.N DIILIV
KIIKI) TO VH OUT. IS, TO UK UKTAILKD ONOUlt
UOUN runs at 01.00 pkk yakdi hut, aiuuv.
INO TOO LATK AND UPON OUK Itlil'UHAL TO
ACOKPT INVOICE AT ALU TDK JIANUl'AO
TUHKK IN LYONS OA11I.KD US ON II1CU. 1
TO DIHrOHlC OF TIItM AT A I'llKlK WHICH WILL
NfcT UIM-NOT UB-A I1ANDSOMK LOSS.
NO HIMILAU BAROAIN HAS KVKR UKEN OF.
FltUKD BY ANY 1IOUM1C IN THIS CITY.
Sixth Ave, and 20th St.
Two Dentil. From Ilcurt DUcnso Rlo.o To
irctlicr Confuiiiidcd In Done Htrcct.
It (ih ileclureii to-ilay llint heart disense
wns tlio cntiKo of thu dentil of Mnrtiii Klniiu
(!vr, who btul kept n Biuitll rchtnttrnnt nnd
lived ut r3 Koso Htrcot, for tlio last fourtcou
ycnri). Yostordny nftornuou lio wit down in
Jliclmol Mtirplty'H taloon, nt 111) Leonard
Btroot, for it imp and lievor wokungnin.
An incident illustrntivo of tlio jostling
nriirucBs of ntiBcricB of tliis i-ort in tliis big
town, nud tlio KfiiP'nl cnreli'ssnuss in roKnrd
to buoIi events ocrurrod to The Woiilu ro
portor who was lookinu tho mutter up.
No ono in tho lihico whero niiniiiROr died
know him. This morning tlio pooplo who
weru present whon tho body wns tnkon nwny
by tho jiolleo told tho reporter that tho 1mm
lived nt 22 ltoso street.
There tlio ronortor wns directed to 28 ltoso
street, nnd nt thittnumbor be found that Hou
iniiiin Chnppel, nn old printer ut Do Yinno'H,
litid fnlleu down n liight of four Btepsnt tho
corner of ltoso nnd Dunne htreetH Sunilny
night nnd died n few bourn nfter of henrt dis.
(iiHo. Ohnopul luid no friomln, liis only
ihiugbter being inurried nud iier ndtlrcsn un
known. Ohnppol'H body is ut tlio Morgue.
A Union i' I.i'fciiry.
Frovi tt llntt InUr'Mtunltttn,)
E. K. Morris, who oled on iho street a fow nlghti
ago, aud who had tor tlireo years been In charge of
the miner floor of thu CJml(iu left a legacy wlttrh
t'lils fair tostlrllutlo fiuiuciiilruto circumference.
It Is neither more nor Iesi than u lnlnuto record ot
hla dall) life, detailing tbo name of every man
who visited tho Continue, tho compiny he wan In,
tho number of bottles bo liought, bow lontr
ho ulnycd uud how full bo was when be
went home. It la truly u wonderful document and
full of vtelnl Interest to tho.c who do not know
whero tbo Uotnlqiio IB. Norrls was n Jliu Daudy
ami left irotnlly the most Important iiosthumoiis
iloi'itiiicut of nn miiti of modern times. It Is lie
lloed he was ltghtlv aberrated, hilt his ovos wero
clearer than Ills head, anil he had an unhappy fac
ulty ot Jotting down everjthlnv that be saw. Had
bo lived lonuer nc could luivu dlsiioscdof his diary
to tho parties chiefly Interested In Its suppression
for about two-thirds of their earthly possessions.
sO!rfl.E "1 nLKJ
Ouo nottlo Wnrrnntcd to Cure uny
Cough or Colli, or Your
Money Is Itcturiicd.
A PLEASANT, SWIFT AND SURE CURE FOR
(JOHOIIS, COLDS, WHOOt'lNO COUOItR. PAINS
IN OHLSl. PLKUItiuY. DIFKIOUI.TY OK IlllEATll;
INI), llltli.NCIIITIN AND ALL I.NFLAMMATOUY
DlHEAHhH Ol"I J1F. l'ULMONAKY OUO AN8.
If tsleen as soon ssjrinfwl that Irrltstlon or drmssof
thu throat, occiwlouod by a old, Juur to ( doses vlft
UNLIKi: tho nislnrltjr nt Rnnih l'n-psrstlons, our
Kip..ct',rnt WII.I.NOTIlUltr. (UlNHUMI'TlON.
As trial f this TlltJLY WONIlfcllFOI. mediclnn
(,'OMIH MITIIINI), and sl)5 esses out c.f Tenr 100
WILL 111'. OUUKD, It Is null worth thewlillaof allsuf.
furcrs trum 1'iilin ilisry trnulHH t.i
AT LIlANf' MAKF. Till! TIHAL. ,
l'rlco per butth', caitalnlnx half-pint (piiougb to cure
elKht iHHplo if takim in tituu),
INSIST ON HAVING .
AND YOU ARE POSITIVELY SURE OF CURE.
Dn nut allow any onn to twrsud you otherwise. Bold
liylni'iKt ll ikalnrs thmuiiliuul th IJnlte.1 HtAtos.
If ANY druvalst n films to supply you, you ran HE
Hl'lti: of RPttrng whst ynu sk for t the DKY-dOODtl
UOL'HKS and (fliNLHAL b'l OKKS, nr dlruct FUOM
DIlUOOISTHANn MANtlFAOTITIUNO CHEMISTS,
AT 5J 0TI1 AVK., NF.W YOHK.
MS Wn.hlnttoTi Htrci-t and
SS, 67 and i'J Olsrkson Street, N. Y.
Descriptive Catalogue and Price-List
Malltxl frofl on npplicatlnn,
SAUSAGE, 11UT NO 11EEU.
Annrclilst Itlnat Wlllmut Importnnt Aids to
Hie 1'rodurtlon nf 1'lery Articles.
Tlio Tombs lnennRcrio continnos to ilraw
with nn liuiliminishcti set of nttrnctions.
Tho threo munlcrers, Driscoll, Lyons nnd
Itnicli, lmvo Leeu brought into subjection,
uud no iittemptH nt escit)o nro rcportod up to
the hour of fioinp; to jircBS.
Thu only curiosity thnt Kiveu tho Wnrtlon
nny trottblo nt feeding timo is Johnnn Most.
Tlio cngod Aimrchist finds fault with vArious
things, lted-hot nrticles for tho Frelheit nro
iluily exjiected froyi him nud ho hits had diffi
culty iu Kiipiilyiu!; tho deiimud.
t'ntil yehterdtty ho vns in n cell on thn
went bide of tho prison whero tho mm Bhono
only about two hourB a day. Ho told Wnrdeu
Walsh ho w nn ted tu do much moro writing
thiiu was liohsihlo under thcho circuinstnnccs,
bo lio was given a light coll on tho upper tier.
Still Most wns not content. For tho pro
duction of such nrtiolo us readers of tho
Fitlhnl aro nroustouied to expect from Most
a liberal hupply of Kiuthnges and boor is indis
peiiMiblo. Kxcept under tyrannous restraint
the Aimrchist chief never attempted to writo
without these important nceeHsories.
During tho ten days ho has passed in tho
Tombs siiico his conviction Most has livod
on tho prison fare, nnd each day his articles
have become less and lossllerv until thoy
havo lost all semblanco of his old stylo.
'Ihis morning Most told two of his col
leagues on tho b'rnheil that ho was in n sink-
ing condition and would like to lmvo soma
beer and saUKiiges, nnd tbo matter was laid
beforo tho Warden as n posith o net of charity.
Mr. AValsh met tho applicants half wny.
Uo said that under certain restrictions ho
would permit snUBnges to bo brought in, but
that Uorr Most could havo uo boor in tho
prison while ho was Wnrdon.
When tho news was broken to Most ho said
tho hatihnges would bo no good without tho
beer, and that ho would try to get nloug on
the regular prison faro.
Mr. Howe has fully prctmrod his points for
nrgumont boforo Judge Cowing to-morrow,
and feels very eonlldeut that ho will get n
now trial for Most.
REWeTOrs STAMP TYPElVRiTEH.
Woclidra for our midline tho followlnir twlnts of superiority! CASK OF MAKirULATION, DURABILITY
sud SI'KllDtui oMenllil quslltles In wrltmtt msohinu.
Its esse of tnsniiiulstlun Is nniiuestlnned. Tu teat Its durability rcqutros msny years of actual osa. Dut Its
SUl'hltlOU bl'KKO can bo duinoustrsteit iu a few moments.
WKOHALLKNlllt ALLOTHF.lt WH1TINU MAOUIMCS to a speed test, as follow. i
TIIK UMI'IUKTO UK SKLKOTKD 11Y OUU OOJH'F.lITOItS.
DKl'OBIT. Kach computttur to deposit with the uniplro a oertllloil check, oayablo to his order, for Q1.00U.
COMl'KTINO MAOIHNKB to write capitals aud small lattora.
TIMK. llefore Alarch 1, lBUb, The tost to take placu not earlier than one month after tha first aeoeptanoa ol
PI.AOK. NRW YOHK OITY, IN SOMK CONVKNIIJNT HALL TO UB BKLLOTKD BY OUR COM
PUIltOltH AND TO UK PAID FOIl 11Y OU11HI.LVHN.
NUM1IKH OF OFKHATOIIH. lticli onmetliii! maclilua to te represented by throo operators, wltb an lustra,
merit foresoh. The saureitalB lime ot each team to bo oousidored lu luakiD- the airard.
MATTKK TO UK WltlTTKN. The IKclsration of Imlopeniiencii, rills may bo committed to momory or
written from dictation. If dictated each t pt.rator may ketuct lls or her own reader.
TlltAIA. ICacti otierator to bare tho prlrllego ot threo trials.
DKDUuriONS Foil EltkOIts. A deduotlonof onn noomil for every omlttoit.ml.spolled or misplaced word. A
dedootton of on fifth second lor every omitted punctuation mark or capital letter.
D1SIMJHALOF l'KOOFKDS. 500 to he equsllr divided amonz tho oporators of the winning tram, Tliobal
ance tube donated totho 0IIAN1' 310MJMKM FUND.
WYCRDFF, SE1IMH3 1 BEHEDICT, 333 Broadway, Hew York.
SPECIAL REDUCTION OF PRICES
SEAL SAGQUES, JACKETS, PALETOTS,
DOLMANS AND NEWMARKETS,
FUR LINED GIRGDLARS,
All tho most rollnblo class of garments, with
CAPES, BOAS, STOLES, MUFFS, GLOVES AND RUGS.
Largo assortmonts to eoloot from
32 TO 36 WEST 23D STREET
23 TO 35 WEST 22D STREET.
In order to close out EVERY Garment in our Estab-
lishment before Jan. 1, we have reduced prices to a point ;
never before reached. The goods we now offer are from
our "Reserve Stock," and are FIRST CLASS in every
particular and not damaged.
Our store is rented to HENRY NEWMAN & CO. We
positively retire from business and MUST SELL NOW.
This is the
Men's Overcoats, worth $10.00 to $10.00, at $2.40
Men's Suits, worth $9.00 to $18.00, at 3.70
Men's Pants, worth $4.00 to $7.00, at 1.12
Boys' Suits, worth $3.00 to $10.00, at 2.29
Children's Suits, worth $2.50 to $9.00, at 1.70
Remember, this is a bona-ilde CL0SING-00T SALE.
EVERYTHING MUST GO I
OPEN UNTIL 10.30 P. 31. SATUUDAY.
BALL & CO.,
Retiring Retail Clothiers,
628 and 630 Broadway, bet. Bleecker and Houston Sts,
CAUSES THIS EXTRAORDINARY DEMAND FOR
EAST Kf YORK,
2BTH WARD, BROOKLYN ?
STOP I THINK I CONSIDER 1 1 THE SOLUTION IS
PLAIN AND SIMPLE.
GREAT REAL ESTATE BOOM
launiloiiblrillyin tho 20th Ward.
ii HEGEIAN FARE
ARK IN THE LINK Olf IMPROVEMENTS,
Liberty Avenue I. belnv paved with CJruulto
Hewernne "111 follow Immediately.
NOW NEAR COMPLETION WILL IIIHNO YOU
WITHIN TWENTY MINUTES OV THE
PULTON, SOUTH, WALL STREET AND WILL
LIAMSlIUllO PERRIES. RAPID TRANSIT HAS
DOUBLED AND QUADRUPLED VALUES IN
HARLEM. IT WILL REPEAT rTSELP IN THE
26T1I WARD 01' BROOKLYN.
NOW IS THE TIB TO BUT,
WHEN LOTS ON THE RAPEIJK AND HEQKMAN
PARMS CAN UE HAD FROM 1'UtSr HANDS, AND
AT PRESENT TRICES WILL PAY IN ONE YEAR
10 TIME niUUU THAN SAVINGS 11ANKH.
These are aollil fuct.. I.rt no one he.ltnto or
delay. Nvrer again will lot. be .old no low.
BE WISE IN TIME.
ALL TITLES ARK GUARANTEED IJY
THE T1TI,U GUARANTEE A; TItUST CO."
LOTS ARE NOW SOLD FOR
$150 AND UPWARD
PAYABLE $10 MONTHLY.
10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT FOR OASII.
Any one can own a lot who will.
Illy ancnt. ure on the around, every nfter
noon to .bow the Property. 1'nr liiupa aud ull
particular, apply lo JI'.UE. JOHNSON, Jr.,
00 Liberty (., New YorU, or UU3 I'ultou (.,
rllil&lMilll,a"' ALL MENwhaueSabu.
4&MRHBMslx taUd Ur.'lsdinr.U.B. ar .Out.
K ..' ' . i. UU1R1STM TO lint r
lfc. Until T iiSM " T T'llHi i lM.rtH
MassjHsMWELICTip felltfc SUSHIfSOaTl
aONUsaaaii, ttuTiMlatat tarn.l .t KLM'rRK lt( ht..k il I.
w..k rart. r.totls( u.m u XTaaltb aasVIfforous Btranfftn
KlMtrls C.rn.t ftlllaMaall. w fortsll Siood C..S. UnVud
laar.fta.au STr all aU.r B.IU. V.ril sms rKH.lllCllTLt
tl BtlI.Thn It.atbk SaliraMMtle..l.tiBp. SSdr...
1HaUAIIIIMEIKTIIICC0..O23Ba0ADWAT. N(W YOCL
flLtaath with paHectly pur. frMbUAH, Without as.,
K'kE1,,i.ltoll1 flli,.!'' ""!' beanUfnllf flulsbad from
(1,00 rip. ffaatls flll(ns (rem Mo. op. BaantlrollT
IIAISKH Ac 00., DastoiloolrViMrlanoa, MOOei-
t ft;, mi, Mw'tys..MKt.iii-iwuirw
B. I COW PERTHWAIT & CO,
I'AUI.OIt SUITS from 820 to 8300, Loans,
and Lounge Beds from Sit Sofas and Sofa Dads front
8 10 1 Kasrobslrs from SO.
tHIAMIlliU SUITS, In MahoRsnr, AntiquaOak,
Walnut, Asn. Cherrr, Ac, 81B to SilOO.
I'lli It GLASSES from 87 1 Palant Rookars from
84 1 Ladlss' Ooiks Irom 87.00 ! Mantal Olasses from
80 1 Conohes from 8IH War J robes. 87 to 875 1
Cblllonlers, 80 to SM.
FOI.I1ING-IIUIIH, Brest rarletr, 812 to 8100.
IIi:i)sTI!AIlS, 8a to 870 1 Buruns, M3to800.
SIDEHOAIIIIS, 81llt"SS0()l Leather Chairs,
P3. 50 to 620 Cane Chairs from 00 oentst Hall
li:sKS AND OFF10K FDItNITUUII, Bao.
rotary. Library and Bookcosos. Otiloo Cbslra from
.ilATTUEHHKs from 81,001 Spring Beds. 81 to
810 1 Fostber Beds. Pillows and Holsters, Comfort
ables and Blankets. HTOVUS AND 11ANUKM from
MOQUHTTK 1JODY llHUSSHI.S, Voltet, Wtl.
ton, Tapostrjt, Ingrain, Hemp and list Carpets, OU
Clotbs, Llnoloam, Rus aud Mats, Cooca aud Cbtna
Msttlngs. Window bbades from 81 per pair; Olocka
aud Bronzes from 81.001 Lamps from 81 ; LaooCur
talns from 81.00. L'llOUKEIlY.
Palntluits In oil or water colors. KngraTings, Etob- r
Ings. 4c, from 81.00, Goods sont ererywhore. New
103, 100, 107, 10U, 101, 103, 105 '
103, 1U0, 107, 11)1), 201, 203, 203
PARK ROW, Mow York,
BETWEEN CITY HALL AND CHATHAM SQUAHH.
Cash or Crodlt. Closo Huyor. Invited.
THE COLLINS IMPROVED
EUREKA INK ERADICATOR,
,, For lnstantlj remoT .
mg ink and other stains S.
0 W WAfctfyMfc. from books, papen,
rQlloPEUREKA' cloUllnB' " wtlion'
faalBpl!i.iilS,nJur'' Con,Rln l
pEURCKAi iHi "rr I polsonoas acids and
I fl.l5P-''oci not ,,cicriora,e'
SsziFr!S teW y a11 statlonert ,
- and druggists. Liberal
v.. l&g dlscouut to tho trade. ,'
Wrlto for circulars.
Collins Mfg. & Chomical Co.,
27 UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK.
1'ltICIt 00 CTS. 1'lilt HO.V.
Velocipedes, Sprlnir and Hobby Horses, Doll Carriagoij
Sleighs, Wagons, Desks, &a
CrandalPs, 569 Third ave. .
.HBSKKLTO & 00.
(All llluo Signs), ;
31)11 AND 3U8 HUOADWAY, '. ,
COR. WALKER ST., NEW YORK. j
Open Saturday nlcbtu uutil 0 o'clock l
Upright a Hpocialty, The beit and most dnrablo raada, K.
Warranted ftlx yuan. Prlcoa low fur cash or ouintu v
meuta ouly $10 (ier month. Alto a large lot of On t
If eonnd-hantl plant t at Kruat bargains and on eaay terms, .
1'lanoa routed and e it banged I
WAHEUOOM3, 121 tiTU AVE., NKAK 18TH BT.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS )
IN FUltNITUUE, OAUPHT8 AND UEHDINO.
I.UDWIG BAUMAKN & 00.,
NOS. file AND Oil 8TII AVIS., UKTWEEN
aOTII AND 30T1I HTM.
PIANOS AND OltGAXS.
TUeiw (amutu lnvtruuaentt contain patanted tmproT
menu not found In other pianos, and whloh make tbam
superior In toue and durability to any other make. Be
fore decidlnir what piano to buy, calf at No. 6 Kaat Four
teentb street and and hear tnem. Tbe prloeg axe low
lor cah or uu amall monthly imymenU.
A MUMUUUUF(HtANX), uprisht and aQtaare ptaaos
1. of our make, alight ly used, aJmoat aa good aa new,
and fully warranWd, will U told at alllMirairedaotioa
imm regular priuw; piano to nmU Wm, Knabe AOo,,
Uothare,, above lutba
BAUUAINS IN i'lANO.S at .Undeman A BonUwarf
roonia, 140 6th are., near llHb t.t targe aaaort
mi-nt ol nww and alighuy uad planoa of our own and
other makea at lery attract.? prioaa.
TpUK "Oi'KIlA" PIANO, tbe moat popular andthe"
X ttnaat in the market, only (10 monthljantUpaldi
one QuarUr'f mnalo leMtona freei rent only I5t Mndfoff
PUNoa AT ' lUUOAINli-Weber, JW BfoddaxWA