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Est, tfK Presldant of tba Lincoln National Bank.
PMI Hi5 Ji SIMPLE PROBLEM :
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IP f.' ATERAOE DAILY CinOULA- (QC J OP J
111 HP T10R DUIUNO JULY, 18IjU....;QUIi'0DI
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JS' P;' VffiOSE WAS THE GEEATEB OBIUE ?
Bv fM Whilo the Jlissisblppi ruilla of Justice at
lk k crinillnc away at Suluvan and Kilbain,
mtm: m Col. Wili-iamhon nnd Pat Oaluoun, (lie
Sir K' Georgia duellists, nro Btlll runnine at larce,
WkW me and Got. Seal's promise to fulfil the law
m'A' m upon them seems complotoly forgot.
Im m! ' ' ou Bolug to bo emlrched in this
H ' IK matter, too, as it was in tho trial savo tho
K' K mark of dirty McDow?
If ff Why the hasto to lay the law's lash upon
HKC. & ' the bis, broad, brawny backs of John and
IE& raj; Jake when those rmmlorous Southrons ore
T- W let run at lurgc. Home ouu olso may seo fit
mwth S to speak bis opinion of Calhoun or William-
VI hon within the next week and pay the penalty
K? fi with his life. Tho very wortt that John 1j.
Kf; m ' will probably do with his freedom is to wasto
PJpf m it in drinkinc and carousinc with his too
' V' uiorry friends.
Vk ' The degrees of crimo are measurod by in.
BPi' ', tent. Buixitan and Kii.hain journeyed to
Hv, S Mississippi, after mouthb of such work as
$ ' fe Vkt Calhocn knows very little about, to try
Vjl ft conclusions and mo which was tho bettor
H W, physical man. Their debate was brutal
jl ; enough, but thero was no malico in It.
iWiLLiAaisoN and Calhocn, with ulmost as
much flourish of trumpets, went into Ala
bama with tho avowed inteut of slaughtering
one another. And yet this deadly assault
goes unpunished. The parties to it aro lion
' ized. The Uw is laughod at. A premium is
set on bloodshed. Immunity is guaranteed,
provided the sonorous plea of "honor"
HB$ ' ', attends the crimo.
5 End this force. Wipe the law against
(Kh T duelling off your statute books, you people
K$ K' of the ."dear, sunny South, or else put Will.
IpBj t Iamson and Calboun in prison. It is a
ISm t plain case.
ill !- N0 HEED r0E LIZIBS'
IpHr S Every day now brings into tho public
jPJfr R prints the name and fame of some sprightly
'H'Ji lU centenarian who has beon following out in
! some quiet corner of the world the dim but
' happy days of a ripo old age, all unaided by
tho meretricious, bacteria-charged stimulant
P which Br.ow.N.SEQUAr.i) has dewsed to sot the
jl world by tho cars.
HHVSJNHHpM The best guarantco of a loug life is decout
pS? WSAflr- living, litliavo yourself through youth aud
MaHBiv'' Tjy manhood. Use your good, stout constitution
;HHBB:V K aB na'uro mcaut you should. Then will old
ssaaV wf Co linger, and, when it does steal upon you,
pHn WSL will come crowned with content.
Ba MR'' 8WEET, 8UKKY CHILD.
VaBVaW 'Htt "L". tho couqucring Husbell comes."
BJflflE ' '9k V lfAitmsoM'a boy loaves England to-dny
aaaaW iBte'''' ,vi"1 A "'J0'0 trunkful of protty toys that the
M' 'WM- no,4l'1') liairo Given liim. While be is on the
Bfljaf i i9S bounding sea, playing and cooing with de-
isvJflJL' H light, and at intervals touching the bottle.
his poor pa n 111 bo braving tho horde of hurt
Hoosiers at Indlnnopolis who wonted offlco
but who vro forgotlcn.
Age brings its rates, lie happy, little
Prince, In your joyous, round.fncod, bnld
hendod childhood. You may famy, homo
times, you'd like to bo ns big n Liliputiiui as
papa, but tho fact is, you and Baby McKls
aro getting tho best of this thing altogether.
llonrnT Maiivll. of Indianapolis, hns died
after fasting hiity-sctou dujs. llut tlicro
aro Ilopubllraus in Indiana vlio could lmvo
given Itonr.iiT cards imd spadca and beaten
him on hunger. The only dlffercnoo is that
thoy nover die, much to tho appointing
Mahvel'r friends claim that his fast was tho
longest on record, llus not Citizen Tit a in a
word to siiy to that?
A FAIR BTART,
It wns nn auspicious thing tlint Geraldtne,
tho licuutiful California filly, nhould lmvo
broken tho record for five furlongs as bIio
spud under tho wiro in tho flist raco at the
now Wostrbister truck yesterday.
It is a grand coumo that tho Now York
Jockey Club hns given a naiuo to a fit field
for tho struggles of such glorious beasts as
pretty Gcraldine. It lacks for nothiug.
Now lot its history bo frco from any stain.
IN BFJIRIKO BEA.
Tho cutter Ituih, it soeius, goes right along
in tho soizuro of British. Canadian sealora in
Bcliriug Hen, confiscates their cargoes of
skins, puts prizo crown aboard aud sends
them off to Sltkn. And in Victoria thero is
wooping and gnashing of teeth. It looks as
If John Bull would havo to set his foot down
beforo theso Amoricans will stop doing as
they ploaso in tho waters nf tboir " closed
Goodness! Can it be tho "vigorous for
oign policy " lias bocu thus noiselossly
Concerning tho game at Boston, yosterday,
wo are liko tho niun in Jiu Whitcomu
Hiley's poem, we lmo " uothln' at all to say,
my darter, uothin' at all to say."
Jat Gould was the very first man on hand
yesterday at tho meeting of tho Fiuanco Com
uiittoo to got money for tho World's i'air.
A Mood Word for tlin Fund.
(rran t),t DolinUlt ( ,V. )'. ) UiralJ.
TiikEveniko Wobld, of Now York, which in
chock-full of good ideas, has started afundtn
employ doctors to visit tho poor babies, and re
pot t of the cnf I ellovotl aro simply hxnrt
lending. Wo should liko to sea acmitilljiiiioii
from Dolk'OYllle to this fund, and, if our people
could only teallzn what baliios suITor m tlie
motropolii.we should send as many dollars as we
have children here. Think of a mother and five
llttleonesln anarrot without a single Article of
furniture net even a few rtits for a bedl Think
of children ruunlns: around uakod, not to keep
cool, but because they have literally uothlns to
wear I If such things were reported of some dis
tant country, a collection would be taken up in
our churches and a missionary sent off at once to
relieve the sufferers. Dut tho miscrr is right
hero, at our very doors, in our own Htatc, aud
people shrug their shoulders and sayt "Oh.
there are enough charities in New York to at
tend to these esses." The proof that there sio
not enough charities Is that tho eases weio not
attondodto until The Kvenixo Would took up
the subject aud organized relief. Bend ua any
thing, from a dollar to a dime, and wo will for
ward it to tho fund, r.vory dollar saves a child,
and what may that child yet do for tho country?
Suuday-Kchool Teacher And now, Johnny
Ilapgood, it's yonr turn. What did his
father do when tho prodigal son returned t
Johnny (who ciin't holp reading tho sport
ing editions of tho daily press)-l'loase, sir,
he jumped on Ids neck and kissed him,
A I.lltlo Too Frank.
fit J. tlurdtltt
" I will bo frank and truthful with you, my
darling," said George Ilimsolf tendorly, "os
I always intend to bo alter wo aro married.
You aro not beuutiful, but you havo moro
good sense than all tho pretty girlH I know
put together. "
"Audi, too, will be fiank and truthful,"
replied Ammula Herself, for It was sho.
" V on don't know as much as n lust vmr's
bird's nett, but vou have a larger mouth and
keep it open longer at a tlino than uuy man I
eer saw." She smiled liko un angel v lien sho
ceased to speak, and somehow George Himself
began to wonder whether this franking privi
lege couldn't bo curried to excess.
Tbat Made n lillterrnre.
ow fafff Ititutnhaii
T.ottie Why, Victor, aro you not ashamed
to kill n poor littlo bird liko that '
Victor Well, you sec, cousin, I thought it
would do to put on your hat.
Lottie -Ah! bo it would; it is tho tame
bhadu of groy!
A Sllubt Modification.
Miss Lamb I must tav.Mr. Lyon, you are
tho neatest hand at saying things to uiako
peoplo feel cheap that 1 havo over mot.
Mr. Lyon You flutter me, my dear Miss
Lamb; I don't menu to be unkind -honestly.
I don't and 1 hardly think the reputation of
a wit is debiinble.
Miss Luinh Ob.I dldu't mean thnt vou wcro
really cruol like Hwilt and ull thno people,
Mr. Lvon. You aro morn on tho order of
the tnfant terrible, you kuow.
I from litt,
Lout Train Ilobber Hold up your hands!
Passenger (feebly) Pon't shuot, inivtor.
Can't you soo that oory man in tho c.tr has
fainted dead away?
Father Mv son, you must not dispute with
your mother in that way.
Boy But she's In the wrong.
Father That makes nodtffeience; ami vou
might as well learn, my ohild, ouce for ull,
that whon a lady says a thing is so.lt is so,
even if it isn't so I
ALL FOR THE BABIES
Monoy, Olothing and Otbor Artiolea
Sont by tho Oharitablo.
Tho Amount of Good Dono Is
Mutiy Peojilo OfTer Their Services for
THE CONTRIBUTIONS. '
Already acknowlcdccd $.", 34n.no
I. ill it wiujih -I. 12
):. di-M l.no
Mlc. (iiacnJohiirtiiii 2. mi
Mime lliiKeiihUdt . ""'
Oi-muiiN. Jlllnn ft. on
Mr. WhiiIi.,-1. ft.no
l'.liiiei niul Itklph . "hi
Old Maid . .
duMmm picnic l.ao
AHtranger ft. 00
Alfled, cliarliu and Katio :i,H
I!. II. I. ft.nn
W..I. Mellolieits 11.0(1
" HALF SKAS OVER."
Cot. Mllllkrn'it Coinrdv in lie Produced for
Hid Nlek llnlilra' Fund,
Through tho courtesy of Miss Kato Glaxton
and Mr. A. M. l'ulmer. Col. MUlikeu'a
comedy, " Half Boas Over," will be produced
at tho Madisuu Hquare Theatre on Friday
afternoon, Aug. SO, for the benefit of The
Evenino Wohi.d'h Hick Baby Fund. Tho
following ladies aud gentlemen will probably
uppear in tho production :
8. Miller Kcut. M. A. Kennedy. R. F.
Carroll, Will Harklus, George Wcssels,
Lawrence Mnrston, James O. Barrows,
Henry Hlmou, Lillian Iliohardson, Kate
Foley, Mary Gray, Jessio West, Maggio
Fioldine, Emily Koau and Paulino Markhum.
Lewis Mitchell, Btnge Director,
FREE TICKETS TO BOUTU BEACH.
Asent Hoyt's (lenernua llt to tlie Molhars
or Nick liable.
W. B. Iloyt, tho agent of the steamboat
Thomas A. Morgan, which makes daily trips
between Brooklyn and Houth Beach, H. I.,
camo Into The Evknino World ofilco yettor.
day, and geuerously ode rod a bundle of 1,000
tiekots for fros excursions for poor women
and their babies.
This was n splendid gift, and many a poor
woman will bless Mr. Hoyt after taking the
invigorating sail down tho buy. Houth Beach
is a near rival of Couey Island, and tho babies
can roll in fresh, clean sand to tholr heart's
Tha steamer loaves foot of South Fifth
street, Brooklyn, at 10.30 a. M. aud 1 and 3.30
r. it. daily. Babies will be carried free, but
the mother or guardian must have a ticket.
On account of tho crowdod condition of tho
boats on Hunday, it was thought best to limit
the tiekots to week days only.
A RtBten Island Picnic.
fbfAf UfraroTAJrrfiffto tToWdj
Inclosed you will find (1.30, oollected
through a children's plculo for tho Blck
Babies' Fund. We hope our mite may give
some rolief to the littlo ones.
Ada Van Name,
Erastina, S. I. Conimltteo.
From Two Children.
To Hi Editor o'j"A JTnalno irorl.t
Inclosed plcaso find CO rents, 25 from rt
little boy who saved his pennies, and 25 from
his baby brothor. Elmeb and IUlmj,
A Dollar and flood Wishes.
To thi HilUvrqf nt ICttnlxa Worlds
Inclosed pleoso find $1 as my donation to
the Hick Babies' Fund. Hoping it will bo
the means of improving tho condition of
BOiiiu poor sick child, 1 reuiaiu yours truly,
E. vr. M West Forty.third street.
A Tokeu of Apprpclntlou.
To llf rdlloi of Tlxt XV.uihi; ll'orMt
In order to show in n modest manner my
hcurty appreciation of tho humano work you
havo boon aud still nro doing in behalf of tho
sick babies of indigent parents I take pleas,
uro in inclosing herewith $2, which please
placo to the crodit of the Hick Babies' Fund.
Wishing you iufinitogood luck in your divine
work of ameliorating tho sad condition of tho
poor, Hufforing littlo ones of our great city,
and continued largo pocuuiary returns from
thoso who lnvo to do nets of charity for
Charity's own sweet take, I remain, yours
truly, Mrs. Giiace Jounson.
Proceed of n I'nlr.
To lit r.dilor ft l r World:
Iuolosed ploaso find 75 ceuts, the proceeds
of n small fair. We scud it with hopos that
it will help some child.
Brooklyn, N.'.Y. Hannah Tiiapp.
In the Children's Nnme.
Tl filfloroTA. A'imlnj H'orM;
Please accept 0 for the "BabioaFund"
iu the names of " Gcorgo and Leonard."
Blnceiely, Glo. N. Bliss,
An Auonyinous Word ofdrsUltude.
IV IU rdllor vj TA. ttio World
Mils Nelson bus boon to seo me aud holped
mo to pay rent and groceries for my sick
rhildirn. Also, Dr. Coustablo has been ery
kind for medicine. 1 feel very grateful.
From Allred, Cbnrlle aud Kolr.
To Iht Idilor of Tht txttili a World'
Iuolosed ploaso find $3, a small amount,
contributed to Tut Eveni.no Wohld's Hick
Babies' Fund by
ALrr.cn, Cuarlie and Katie.
To lip Ilitldrd.
r '' fdltor of T fi'ntuo World
A bt ranger heuils i55i?3 for tho boy Leo.
Do Not Neglect
That tlrrit fralinK, impura hlool, itiatreaa aftar aatlns
palnaintlia bick, heartache, or FlmlUr affpctlon till
aoma powrrfut dlRaaaobtalna a fliro foothold, and ra
rorvrj I. difficult, perhaps fmpo.albl Taka llood'a
fiar.apardla, Iba dalendar of bfalth. In tlma to banish
ah bad fclinc and rv.torn you to perfect haaltli.
' Wban 1 look llood'a har.apariila that baaflnaaa In
my ttnmaih Utt the dnlue.. m my liaad, and tha
kU'omy, df.ponrtrnt fraltor di. Appeared I Itcsn to
1 atnniKfr. til) blood gainad letter clrctiiatlon, tha
loUlne.a In my hands and fa,t Ittft me, and my kldnrys
do not bolharmo asbalora." t. W I1ULU Attornay-at-Lan,
Sold by all drmuL. SI, all for i. Praparad only
by 0, L UOOD A CO., ApolhacarUa, Lowall. Ussa.
100 DOMES ONU DOLl.AU
aWlinlliVf iiatitsssnkaW iiiSsW l"WJaVssaJssiaSBSStaV'il
pold, who got some olothing two days ago,
and tho other 42 for tho sick and needy.
It Is Welcome.
( rdllor J Krinltoi World t
Inclosed you will fiud a check for $3 for
the sick ohildren. Mrs. Wiutlock.
Mill Mllle'a Collrrllon.
I'ulA. Kdllor nf Ttii I.mlrrtl World:
Pleaso accept this small ninount which I
collected niuuug n fow friends, uuuts nud
family. I hopo it will help some poor sick
baby. Lti.LtE Wiikiiit.
310 WoslForty.flfth street. City.
I'aps, ftOc. : Mamiiia, 2."o.; (Icorac, inc. ;
Willie, 1 Oct Aunt Agues. 10c: Undo John,
luo. i Aunt Bora, 20c. ', lliiniy ltuninTi, 10c:
i'ribiiifto sick babies, '",: Mrs. Hsag. ftOe.;
Mix. HlJiccinld, Uftc. : Wlllio Hmith. 10c ; Mrs.
Ford. 21e. ; .1. ysiiter. 10c. ; Msry branicra.ii,
10c; Tilllo flassnnhiiher, 10c. : Mrs. McUaUur,
10c; .Myself. 2n(-.; Mis. Olteii, 20e. ; 1.. Hen
dig. 10c. : A friend. Bftc: T. Loonaid, 20c.
Total, 41. to
Willie's I'.nrnrst Work.
Jo lor rdltor of J. AT.olny llurl.f
1 am n littlo hoy, ton years old, nnd when
pupa camo homo the other night and rend
The Eminino Would and told us about thu
poo- sick I. allies I thou mid thero mado un
niv mind that I too would start out nnd i-co
what I could do for them. Ho tho next
morning I was up aud about my orrand for
tho poor littlo Hick babies, and I remit to you
tha sum of 1J3. thu result of my endeavor.
The following persons kindly contributed :
Miss!,. K,. Mrs. L. K.. Mr-, n. K.. Miss I.
K.. Mrs. :. N., I'owler lias-, Mr. P.. Mia. H..
Mrs. 1).. Mr. :., Mr II., Mr. U.. Mrs. Hnntli,
Mr. W., Mr. L . Mrs. ).. Mrs. V., Mr. Met!..
Mr. and Mrs. Moll.
I hopo to do moro for the littlo tots beforo
long. William T. MoltonitnTs,
Wost Farms, N. Y.
SHE GOT THE EVE.
Mceptlcnl nt I'lral, Him Wns Convinced or
Ihn flenulnnaa of Ilia OfTer.
2b IA Fdttorof Tit Ew-rnlnm World '
When I saw thoe littlo articles in your
paper whoreiu poople oxpressed tholr thanks
lor having oblniuud un artificial ovo free uf
charge I did not tbiuk much of it to bo
honest nud true. Two months ago I took a
girl who was for ton weeks sick in tho hos
pital nud without menus whon sho camo to
mo. Hmco she bad only one eyo, I told her
to investigate tho mattor. Wo therefore
called on Dr. Foster, 3fi Wost Thirty.fifth
street, nnd wore givnn n reference with
which to go to Messrs. Gougoluinnn ,t Co. ,
manufacturers of aitillcial eyes, 117 East
Twelfth streot. This firm lecolvod us with
the utmost poiiteuoss, and on presenting thu
writ furmshad, freo of charge, my girl with
an artificial eye, tho entire perfection of
which was so surprising to me that I had to
remember which was tho natural one and
which was not. Now, as I am convinced of
tho thorough reliability of the firm of Gougel
maun A, Co., I herewith expicss my best
thanks to the Evemno Would, to Dr. Foster
nnd to tho abovo statod firm. Mrs. B r.
, A Hull Wnnted.
To l rdllor of Thr I'm in MVrld.-
We intend holding nn entortainmeut for
tho Hick Babies' Fund, and wo would like to
know If some hall owner would kindly allow
us to hold tho ontertainmout in his hall in
Tnr. Bnoois &. Sanders Bio Specialty
Zaalous Mine, ltuppert.
Mme. A. ltuppert, who so kindly volun
teered to aaslst Miss Kolson in her work
among tho needy poor, and to whom so many
poople are Indebted for her charity, writes to
Tuk Evening World that having' dono all
that was possible in tho one house to which
sho was directod she wants another address
to which sho can minister to the sick and
poor. Thn desired nddross will bo gladly
sent to her.
Groceries nnd .Money.
The box of groceries sent by Mario and
Seymour Hcheuok wero duly received and aro
highly appreciated. Thoy will be distributed
to tho most needy.
' ' A Hiuuor " bends $3 to tho fund. Not
much of n sinner either whon charity forms
an important part of his disposition.
Thn Dentil Rate.
Thoro wero 120 deaths ypsteiday. fift of
which wero chlldicn under five years of age.
The cannon of death wcro:
Cholera infantum 1ft
DiarrlHeal disease M
Wliortplng couch :i
Other disease IK
IS IT A COXSPIHACV?
Prettr Emma Taylor's Herlous Charge
Asalnat a Prominent Toronto Man.
lertciAL to Tnr world. I
Toronto, Aug. 20. W. F. JohnBton Is
the Siipeiintciulent of tho Masscy Manu
factuiiug Works hero, ono of the largest
agricultural implement concerns on this
continent. He lccently returned from
the l'aris Exposition, whrro lie had clmign
of tho exhibit of the Company, and sinco Ins
ret in li lie hssbrnu tho centie of attraction in
one of the moat sensational alleind hctraval
oasos ever knoun lieio. The gill is Miss Emma
Taylor, the daughter of a family who weioou
veiy intimate Urma with Johnston h family.
Shu is handsome.
Misd Taylor ay: "My first visit to John
ston's was made about l'tbruaiy. IBS". I
stayed thero from that date almost continuously
for two years. I often helped Sirs. Johniton
withlier woik, hut was at liberty at all times to
do as I p'.cscd.
' ' The first time that Johnston acted impi opci ly
towanlsme was in AiiKUkt 1HH7, six month
artei I wont to Ihe thine, 'llio atlnir oeenried
In the kitchen one esvning and created a terii
bio Hceue htifoio Mrs. Johnston, who happened
to eomt in. Mi . Johnston afteraids he'sed
me to sav nothing and stay. I had been eryinu.
'1 lie net ticcjsiou on which he made advances
as one muht m Uctobei. 1NHH. Ml. John.
Mon was awa. My cries and struggles wero of
no avail, lie told mo that if 1 would tell any
one what had occui led he would blow my brums
out tirt and then his own lather than let his
wife or the public know.
It is said that Tawoi endaiorcd to induce the
girl to heroine familiar with other pe rMin. Mi
laylur father h enteiid tin action aguuist
Johnston for the lictraisl of hih dsuglitei. A
iiieetmg of Masspy'at inplojei to.ila iiaKed a
resolution unauiniously expressing entile cotiil
donee iu Joliuxtoii and stating that tliey liuiieMi
Johiifton is the victim of a coupirae, and
ptedced theiiiselvcH to stand by him until Ins in
uotence shall have bceu clearly ostablishid.
Elrrlrlclty Killed tlila .Man.
A Jury lieforo Coroner Hanly found in an in.
quct on the deatli of Eduard Quiiin, of No. 242
Mott street, an employee of tho Brush Electrio
Light Company, that his death was duo to an
clectiic i-liock. Without an exception they
were of the opinion that electricity will ami
does kill cltrctivily aud etcditlouly.
A majority if the Jury finally censured tho
Company for not having a uood switch lioaid in
place of tint tbat was said to lie out of order.
Thu minority ircommouded that all electrio
light companies be obliged tn use double switch
boards, and that their inside linemen, like the
out-door ones, ba ooinpelUd to wear rubber
aloves when testing wires.
lafcrii 'i Jaattjfcfcnl'i --aadjIjAsft3U JSail.aItk
FLED WITH HIS SOS'S WIFE.
AGED CAI'T. OKEEX WOOD'S REMAKKABLE
Ho I Over Hlxly Vrars of Aire nnd Ills
llniiKhter-lii-Liivr but Thirty The Ulop.
Ins Pnlr Cnuslit In llrnnklyn nnd Itr
Iraarit on Unit Fond Inr Hheepsbcnd
Novelties in tho rlopomcut lino havo been
unusually startling and unique this season,
but it remains for Hhcupshcad Bay to cap tho
Down by tlie rippling waters of Bbeepshcad
Capt. Bam Orconwood is known to every
body as n solid citiieu, with a romarkablo
record as a sklppor.
He lived in a haudsomo rosideuco on Ocean
avenue, from whore ho could boo Pain's Fait
of Pompeii across tho buy wlihout paying a
'llirco weeks ago his lifo was mado very
desola'o by the death of his estimable wife nud
helpmeet, but his son, Hum Greouwood, jr.,
yachtsman, aud al"o woll known on tho
binih, and Ham's lovely young wifo woro
loft to console tho old gentleman.
Hut unity tho doleful sexagenarian nnd his
bctutifiil diiughtcr.lu.liiw concluded tn go
away ami con .olo by themselves, far from
tho urn Idiug crowd.
Coubistemly thuy ndoplcd n method of
nlonenii'Ut as unique us their relations de
manded. Tho fitolug wifo rolled up liar effects in a
brown inpor parcel, hourdod n Bmoklyu
hnrso car nnd sp 1 nwav lrom the c aHlo
khori's of Hlioepslieui' Hay. nnd the Ancient
Maiutor, stolu out of bin luiok door with a
clean Nhirt mid pair of bocks wrapped in u
ucwupipcr, nnd i otching rt pnsing Manhat
tan llrurh train left the haunts of his life
t'unt. K.IUI, jr. , nlo supper alone, nnd when
bedtime nrrhod nud his nuirest relations did
not appear ho became anxious aud Inquired
milling thu neighbors.
lie wait informed that his awful dad had
always been reiunikiibly swcot on his protty
diiugliter-iu-lnw, and tho upshot was that lin
wore out a wurriiut for their arrest before
Justice Waring, of Grmesend.
Pop whs caugh in Brooklyn Inst oveniug,
and huhns given bdl toapnear bctoro Justice
Waring on Mondnv.
'1 ho young husliand is vory determined.
Ho says his wife trembled guiltily wheu ho
lottirued to tholr homo of late, aud that sinco
her clopemuiit ho hns discovered tlint sho bad
hidden hih revolver under the bureau, mi that
he would not ho ublo to um it hastily should
ho accidentally hear any shooting uo'.vs.
The old skipper is over sixty years old and
Iiiih lived in Mieepsheiid all his lifo. Ho wns
u (anions blockade ruunor during tlio war, was
bkipper of tho Henrietta in 1860 in lior four
trt n days' raco. nnd has beon pilot of tho
ltookavvay stenmor Columbia fur years. Ho
sold his yacht just before the olopement.
Ham, jr., is thutv-two; his wife, a bright,
vivacious woman, is two years his junior. .
SAKAH ALTHEA HILL.
The Stormy Cnreer of the Woinnn Who Is
Now Judge Torrj'a Widow.
Clips Girardran Mo. ) .i;,rlul to I'XIUidtlpnta Prut.
Harah Althca Hill, whoso stormy cnreer iu
California has givon her national noturioty,
was bom in this old French town just forty
niuo years ngo. Hha comes of good stock,
her fathor being Pamuol Hill, a prominent at
torney, and her mother Julia Sloan, daughter
of a wealthy lumber dealer. She had one
brother, Iltram Morgan Hill, and her parents
both dlod in Wit, leaving the two orphans an
estate of 10.000. Hhe is related to some of
the best families in the couutiy, among thorn
tho Wilkins, Sloans aud ltodnovs. Tho giri
had good opportunities for acquiring nu edu
cation. She attended school at Dauvillo, Ky.,
and nualiv graduated from Ht. Vincent's Con
vent in this town. Hho had n governess in
the person of Miss Hnrml, n sister of rx-Con-gressman
Hatchor. Her grandfather, Hiram
Sloan, was her guardian, and ho appeals to
have hold a slack rein. Tlie young ward de
veloped u Hpirited tcmnor, and soon after
reaching legal ago made hor money fly. Sho
grow up to womanhood in much lior own
way nnd was noted for her beauty uud
Surah was a gill of moro than ordinary per
sonal beauty. Hhe was plumi), of medium
height nud possessed a lovely complexion.
HhtiwiiH lair, but not n pronounced blonde,
Sho was bchemiug and ambitious to excel m
personal chaims. These traits made her uu
popular rtuiong hor girl companions, it was
said of tier, too. tlint though, sho was n si end
thritt, iu bomo tilings, htio worshipped
money and gave her attention mostly to thoso
who possessed it.
Hho is roineinbcrod by her friends hero nR
homethiiig of n tlirt, and at ono time slio is
hind to have had three engagements to marry
on her hands. Tho hero of one of these en
giigoments, Mr. Louudors, is n prominent
politician residing in Southeast Missouri,
and another icsidesiu Ht. Louis. Her con
quests iu that section, of tho Stato were nu
iucrous during thu time sho hold swuy. Hho
was fast, but lior name was nover taruibhud
Iu love affairs Miss Hill was tyrannical, and
more than ono of her lovers hud to suffer
tiudor her iron rule uud eccentric whims. To
show how cruel she was to her lovers tho
case of the ono sho ro illy loved will suffice.
Ho was then a young in nn, hut is now n Mis
souri politician of national faiuo, Thoy wore
engaged to be married anil one night utte aded
u hop. Sarah Althca became angry at hor os.
cort, nnd when tho ballroom wns entered blio
went upstairs and never enmebnek until time
to leturn homo. Thn young man was angiy
nud determined to hicak tho engagement.
Sarah Althca heard of it, summoned him luto
her bovvttohing presence, nud tho old infatua
tion returned so strong thai iio doteimiucil tn
swallow tho insults, but Kainh had heard that
ho had toM ins frionds that he, intended to
break tho otigngeuieut. Hho determined on
revenge. Hhe nover looked lovelier than on
tho night hor luck'css lover siisweiodhir
call. Ho was powtrloss before her and
pressed his Milt with moro uueigy than ever.
She said nothing until lie was leudv to leave,
and as hn stopped forngood.uight kiss on tho
threshold bho turned her head nnd, with
her eye? blazing, baid: "Mr. . you can
go. Wo will cry quits. I don't want to see
you ngain. "
Tho young man almost fell down tlie steps
and never suvv her afterwards. Now tho
story goes that Harah Abhen was reullv in
lovowlth this young liinu nnd expected to
win him bad:. Iu this she lulled, nud iu
September, 1H70, dibgustod and brokou
hearted nnd with only tho wiock of hor for
tune, bhn htuitod for California. A young
uncle, iiinni'il W. Klcnu, accompanied her
to the Pacific const. He wns wealthy and
took his handRoiiio nieen to his mother's
homo. Sac di mid the old lady did not llvo
in harmony, and Mr. Hlo.m gave his nicco u
linn suit of looms in n prominent Sun Frnu-i-isi'o
hotel. It wns them hiio met Senator
Sharon, Her brother, lliritm Hill, whh a
ro klesh vouth. and followed her to Call,
foiiiin, wbero he married n wealthy woman
of Spanish blood. Harsh Althcit hits never
returned to tho home of her childhood,
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WHO HAS SIXTEEN?
"The Evening World" Maternity Prize
Awaiting the Big Families.
Tho largest families of living children In
tho metropolis and vicinity thus far brought
to tho attention of The Evunino World con
lulu only fifteen liviug children. Cannot
tills record to surpassed? Where aro tho
really big families?
Following nro tho conditions of the com
Ono Hundred Dollar Gold Certificate
(otho mother having tho grcatost number of
A Klltj-Dollnr Silver Certificate to tho
mother of tho second largest family of living
A Tvventv-Dollnr Gold Piece as n con so.
latiou prio to the proud mother of thu thud
largest brood of children.
'lhesu prizes are to tho mothers.
'I Iio competition 1b to bo covorod by tho
Ever; motfier entering her offipring mutt live
iu the nu frpjio'is consisting of A'tui l'ork. Brook,
lyn, Jtrmy City mid llohoken.
Only tnni children will htt coun'erl.
'fhe mother must ttnil to Ihr editor of The
Evi'MNO WonLD her oirnfitll nntnr awl nation,
nitty; Air name before marriage t Inr ngv ; Vie
Onle and ilacc of her marriage ; the name and
aijenflhvftitherorjalhtriiof htr rhtlurcn and
thtir nationality; the Jutl name of mcti child, the
dull vf its birth and prctent residence. Conent.
anlr muirl icnte iimri tine title of the paper on'y.
Accompanying thi xtatcmi'nt tlie mother sAouW
dtidu briif note Jrnm mmui veluhuwn pcrwn,
tike the mmiKlir or prient, Ihe family jiliyncian
or (Ae vtdirninu o (Ae vard, stating thai he
Atiou-fi or bvlieret the fta'enienl tu be true.
WHO TAT CALHOUN IS.
The (Srnndsnn nf the t.rrnt Nnlllfler nnd
nn lulerealliiK .Mnu aa Well.
Frorntht Atlanta Conrtitutton.
Is the day of chivalry dead?
Then what was it that led Pat Calhoun, the
other evening, to stand in front of Mr. Will
iamson's pistol and without n tromortako livo
shots twelve puces aw ay? And what was it
that led hiin, when tho Inst bullet bad
whistled by him, mid hisoripono t's lifo wuh
iu his bauds, to discharge his pistol iu the
uir ? What was it tbat lod Mr. Williamson,
when ho had exhausted his tiro, and stood
with mnntiud pistol iu hand inning tho mau
whoso marvellous coolness lie had just wit
nessed, and whose pistol still hold four I alls,
to say " I am ready to receive your tire; pro
ceed!" ratbor than withdraw an assertion ho
had lunda? Foolish V It rnnv havo boeit
foolish probably it wns. And yet wo cou
hardly holp thinking, somehow, that bthind
it was the instinct nud thn unpulso of a finer
uud buiver day than thu world now knows or
is likely to know iignin.
Lit us tnko tho nisi of Mr. Calhoun with
his history we are host acquainted -and
analyze this dilol nud ltB meaning.
Put Calhoun is tho most brilliant nnd suc
cessful young man tho South has produocd
since tho war. Only thirty-two years of ago,
he is practically nt tho head of tho third
largest railroad system ou this continent.
This system was projected from his brain,
aud mado with his hnuds. He has a fortune
of nearly nhnlf million dollars that in tho do
ve'uDiuent of his plans niny easily become n
million or inoro. Iu his profession he ranks
with tho very best lawyers of America. Be
ginning the practice in Atlanta younger than
his rivals, he has easby outstripped them all,
and to-dar stands with n larger income, n
wider opportunity and a higher position tluui
any man North or Houth of anything like his
ago. All of this ho tins achieved without tho
slightest tarnishing of lus integrity -without
indirection, nud holdiug the lovo nud respoct
of nil who kuow him.
His character is Haw less, and his success
phenomenal. Add to this that ho has a lovely
wi'e and children, a beautiful home, de
voted friends, superb health aud fiuo pres.
once, wholesome nud cordial habits, nnd,
liefer tlmii all, youth nud a gonial nature,
and wo can appreciate how rich his life is iu
ull that makes lifo happy. More than this,
the grundbou of the greatest btntesuian the
South has produced, ho has ambition to re
btoio that reverend litiuu, nud nt tho ngo of
twvntv-six, before tho Coininouwonlth Club,
ot Boston, mado an address that, tele,
graphed in full to tlie New York
papers, mndo n profound impression, and
established Iho indiibtiial South m the con
fidenco of New England. Ho hns stupen
dous plans for budding up bis Sluto nud his
section, which, if cairiod out, will chiiuga
tho currents of coinmer 'o on this continent.
Ho bus worked at this deliberately, and, stop
by step, has succeeded, until hnving built up
the third largest railroad sytum in the
country lie has won tho confidence of thoso
who doubted aud a support nud clientage that
makes tho rest of his work comparatively
easy. Ho went to Now York frieudlesi and
penniless, n bosrdlubs boy, nud mensurod
arms with the giants of llnamo and trade.
This is tho victory lie has wou.
And yet this lifo, hi richly endowed, in
which u'll the felicities seemed to concentrate,
he put nt tho hazard of n pisiol shot tonvengo
an insult uttered in tlie heat of debate. At
twelve, paces away he stood with live pisiol
balls wiugiug towards him from thu huud of
a cool uud bravo man, knowing that ono of
them might cud his lifo iu a lueath, and yet
moved as u stntun until tho last liullot hnd
whistled by him nnd tho pistol of his ndver
bury was empty.
Prof. Tuinblcly Writes "Tun World."
7tl)rldilirtif Tlit World
I am leinlndidof n duty I owo yon hv i-rclng
iu the country in ess tho ticpieut lefeuncu lo
vniirkticcessiul clloils ,u my boua'f audi now
1 1 turn you thunks. iii.mv and ordial. Bcfnio
you mulct tool, to lmvo justice done mo all v,ss
dark, and there seemed no portability of expos
ing tho villainous conspiracy that sunouuded
nio on every side. But from the moment you
volunteered to investigate and probo into tlie
matter the rascals lied at your apuvnach
nud tiuth dawuod until iu its zenith 1 stood
toith u flee uud honest mau. It is. tlieiefore.
no wonder that the mess of the land lecognizo
you us tno most enterprising of louimiU and
ihe best friend ol the innocent and tho iniuied.
Youi mnnv efforts tow-mils expostiiK 1 1 ami and
wioiigdoiiie in Ulie.vi tliim: in-onlitieu havo
nuido your journal tiiiiiiuiN and long may it ic
iiiam o-tlio poor nans tiirnd, tin honest
man's aid, tho toe of the wicked and the cow.
Ardly. Electricity i the only twin sistei nf I'm:
Would cutupiie. Both arc brilliant and beau
tiftu. riiwrisTuMnt.ETY, M. 1).
Whnt Disturbed lllm.
Froinllit tlrrrhnn' T'tltrllrl
"I always skep with my watch undor my
pillow," said a travelling man to n fiicnd
during a convcisation concerning train rob
beries, " I used to do that, but I've quit it."
"Becnusol nover could tell which was
keeping me nvvuke, tho watch or tho bed tlok-iug."
With a Hound Torn.
IVoiii 1.1 It )
Mngislrntc fto prisoner) -Wcro you bom in
Prisoiior -Yo, sir.
" Bi ought up iu thnt Stato?"
" Yes; 1 have been liiought up in I'min
sylvauy, aud every other Stu'e in the Union,
Conviilsioiis rturlni testhlni ara impoMlbla it her
MuM.u' TTmvn iiouniAL liusad. 23 cents
sjMfcaaatfJ.iiatit.tf -i"'UtitmiitKnnV 'faai. i tMAAdHn
THEY KNEW MMSH.L HAGLE.
Some Brooklynitci Talk Abont the Man
Who Shot Judge Terry;
HE WAS A SOLID THIRD WARD VOTER
Previous to t.olng West He Ilraldcd with
Ills Father and Hrothernn Atlantic Ave
nue, hut Wns Nat Contented svlth Ilia
I.ol He Went to Iho War When Haven
teen Years of Aro and Was a Fishier.
Unitod States Deputy Marshal David Nagle,
who shot aud killed Judge Terry at Lathrop,
Cal., last Thursday, was at ono time a promi
nent (Inula iu tho Grand Army circles of Brook
lyn. After tho closo of tho war tho Deputy
Mai (dial, vvhono namo lias now becoino known
all over the country, took up his icsldonce in
Brooklyn on Atlantic avenue, corner of Third,
with his father, vvlioo namo was also David,
aud his hi other Josiph.
Capt. Jnmci Webb, who is one of the moat
widely known members of tlie Grand Army in
thu State, was secu yesterday by a World re
porter at the hcadqn alters of the Memorial
Committee iu tho ba.cuiciit of the City Hal, and
in answer to an Inquiry as to whether ho remem
bered tho Naulcs leplied, " Yes, I remember
David Nude, who has boenmo so notorious ro
cently, owing to hi having shot Judgo Terry. I
first became acquainted with them after my re
turn from Montana in 1HT2. Thoy woro tbeiA..JM)i
residing in tho third Wind. Dnvo was av.lsdlot )m
man about ft teet 11 inches, well built and'vcriri'd uoaiii
muscular, quiet and sentie as a chiliLilie'VAfa1 '"'IMiw
one of tho most social companions cVeT,a1Wan'i" '"'1
met and an true as steel to a fiicnd. ,ccsm'o"n "
restless of lile in this nart of the country and ,
cvciv lime we met he would direct, nil his con
versation toward lile in the West and the
prospects of a man making a livi :r there.
1 never cncnuiaued him to any cxtetit, al
though 1 Know he a Die kind of a inau who
would thrive In tlio-o regions at that tinio.
lloing well educated and only twenty-soven
year ol aire at tlie tune, with aphjNiiiuo for
toughing it, nod posHessing an indomitable will,
he filially lelt for Nebraska. David i now about
fortv-iour yesrs of alio and wns tho youngest of
five binthcrs, tlucc of whomncic Killed in tho
war. Dnvu enlisted iu the Kiclity-eighth llegi
meiit of the liish Brigade, when only seventeen
yi nr of ni:c, as a ilrummcr hoy. lie and his
thieo biothcis a'l served in the same bricado
under Ueu. Thomas Francis Mtughui. wliowas
an intiniatc fiiend nf their fathor. When Naglo
went West he tort hi lather in chariro of his
brother Joseph, who afterwards tumid out to ho
nn indolent fellow, who would never work,
leaving hi fathir, who wns old and teclile. to
shift lor liiinvelf. Joeph died ou Dec. 2.",
lKKO.aud Deing dcstltutu was buiied by Itankin
Post No. 10.
" Weio you acquainted with tho old man ?"in
"Y'e, I knew him well." replied Capt.
Webb. " Why. lie was in thu habit of coming
here every day, tr.il nu to get his claim for a pen
sion for tho ln of his sons iiioilieil. Tho old
man was nover in the wnr, as lui been stated,
but liom intiniato friends or tho family I
learned thnt he was a gient fighter ill li eland.
In tact, tho Nagle weio known as a llulit
ine family, and jet they wero all vcr7 quiet and
inotieiisiv e in their w ay. "
Major Walker, of llankin l'ost. describes
Nairlc's father as "a tall, slim, old Rontleman
fullv six feet high, very much stooped and or a
clerical appearance, always dieted in a seedy
black suit and an old silk tile. Ho tva a highly
educated man," said the Malor, "and I was In
formed by him nt one timii that he had been a
schoolmaster in lieland. Ho was an excellent
penman and tho equal of tlie late William V.
l'oacon as nu engrosser. Ponding his applica
tion for the pensions ho claimed for tho loss of
his sons he was in the habit of writing at tides
to some of tho local pupeis, anil one especially
complaining or hiB treatment by tho Govern
ment. I havo not seen hiin about here for the
past livo years and never heard what became of
Col. William MoKee. lato of tho Thirteenth
llegtmrnt, and who served lit tho volnutoer
servico durinsr the war, also lemembers the old
man. Thu Colonel lays of him: " Ho made his
headquarteis in the rooms of tho Memorial
Committee whero ho could bo found dally, and
on uiauy occasions wo vveie obliged to raisu sub
scriptions for liimoii account of bis fceblo con
dition." Major O'llarn. who wns r.cnunintod with Mr.
Nagle. sr., in Ireland, but did not know the
on, gives unite an iiitcrestimr history of tho
old Koutlcman'H exploit in Ireland.
" Bo was a bosom friend of 'lliomas Trancis
Meagher," said the Major, "and followed poor
Menuiier all tin ouxli the insuirectlon in 1MH.
Tho old man was a leader in the Whitebov fac
tion, nnd nianvK motion he was in dmimithat
exciting penod of Irish histoty. Oh. it would
make your hair stand on end to sit down of a
night nud listen to him tecitu tho trymK oxDeri
nncos they had in those days how thoy wero
hunted like wolves from place tn place, the only
beds they would find for many fortnights Leiug
ditches or cavts in the mound.
" I remember." continued tho Major, "meet
ing Mtagher after the war. nnd lie told mo thnt
tlie Naule boys, who set veil under hint and with
whom lie came in contact before and utter manv
a battle, weiu 'chips ot thu old block' aud
hrav o soldiers. "
They flirt by Chnnrr.
1Vnw ;w l
Thin Bather I beg pardon, sir. Have wo
not met beforo ?
Stout Bather- Poshibly, sir. I am Blobson,
tho inventer of "Biobson's Great Auti.Fat
Thin Bather Ah, I knew I could not be
mistaken. 1 nm prof, Dingbats, of the
Schoulof Physicnl Culluio. Slmkul
lrom tli H'ilJ I
lie was very foud of making speeches, and
as ho went uustendily homeward from a con
vivial gathering his hat fell off. Stendyimz.
Ilimsolf, ho was heard to so.omuly address it
' Listen, blackguard ! If I pick j ou up I
shall falls if I full jou will not pick mo up.
Consequently I iibnudou you."
fc-- PURE g
Its snpsrior exi'pllenca prnvsnln mllltDnsofhoinssfor
mors than aiu-utar u. a iiu.ir). It Is'usod by tba
Unlt't Nlslssllavrrnm'lit Indorsid by tha liesd of
lli(rat Umrrr- tia lliefltrun a. I, Hnreai anduioat
llealtlilul. Pr Prloa'a Ursam HaklliB I'owdar doas not
lonuln Ammunla, Lima, or Aliun. bold nail la Casa.
1'ltlUE 11AKINU POWOrTB UO.
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