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Wm TaWi W ( JYeaf JSattaMsy tVmswiy. P. TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 4. BEL WMKBXBim TO THE EVSNIIW EDITION MBP&V (Including Pottage), KB. ' rSR MONTH 30c. If; f , rBR YEAR. 93.SO. Bv ' KJ' - VOL. 29 NO. 9,968 Mir' r " ' , 2' j Satmd at the Post-Offlee at Now Yoik eecond-ctaat Bp , mall millii. ' K ' The Average Numbor of " WORLDS" Bftf.', Printed and Sold every day Wfm DURINQ THE MONTH OF NoVEM Kfj' PER WAS ,' 307,563. P. .This Is tho Largest Mcntfcty Avorge evor W&: Y tetthel ty THE WORLD, and is beyond Cm Era, p'arUon wiUi any other rewspaper. B. HO STEP BAOKWABD. Kfl If the President's Mossago can be accepted Hfe-' an indication of his party's policy, the Hf&' Democracy is to take no backward step. H' HaTins cast aside the advice of time- Bp wrvers and traitors and planted Hot itself firmly on the constitutional WJm prinaiplos of JwrjiutBOri and Jackson. Hjtft that unnecessary taxation is the plunder of HjtL" the people under tbo flimsy cover of as. X sumed law, the Democratic party is to con- W&k ttnuo to occupy that patriotlo and lofty HE; ground, and to appeal to the Rood sense of an Hjp enlightened country for approval. K' That is right. Thero is every reason why E the party should be well satisfied with its HoL position. In the recent election, it was in. mJJa dorsed by majority of the electors of Bg' the United States. Gov. Hill, who K&' championed the Milui bill in all his K$L speeches during an active campaign, was Hjx. elected In Kew York by on increased vote, HyT' . and with Kew York the Democracy obtained K a majority in the States largo cnouch to have MET eleoted a President entirely acceptable to the K party. RJ It is creditable to Mr. Clevkxakd that he UW adheres so firmly to the true Democratic doc HJI' trine of honest taxation and a fair and equal Hk' tariff for the support of tbo Government. B But it is to be regretted that he did not mako HgJ tho issue he now so vigorously justifies two HtS" years before the recent election. HSr WHEBB THE OBEDII BEL0SQ8. HF Passengers on the new, convenient and Hk '' handsome Twenty-hlrd Btreot Railroad cars, H when intrviewed yestorday and askod to Wfik what influence they attributed the banish. Wat raent of the bobtail, answered with singular QL - unanimity, " To Tnx Evatrao 'Woiild.'I ' BjF While appreciating the high compliment Kjft, wo are not desirous of taking to our. K selves more credit than is Justly our HR Own due. The city press with insignificant Kpf exceptions has been our ally in the attacks KjS on the abominable bobtail system. Especial Bll&i credit is to be given Coroner Messxuxh for Kt? the intelligence and firmness with which he H ( pressed the inquiry into the causes of the Mr, fatal accident to Mrs. Lxvy, and to that iff prosecution the change of system on vjmf . the Twenty-tnlrd street line is in a R great measure due. The Evxxma Wobld Ml, did all In its power to strengthen the Coro- Km- tier's bands, and certainly is Justified in B$; claiming proper credit for its share in creat- 9Jk-' ing that public opinion wtilch made the pro. HBL' ceedinga so successful and effective. He Mm hothebs-ih-law ahd biotolie. Bra Asblst B. Johnson, who was arrested at Hfv" s Canandalgua yesterday charged with stealing Mfc A bioycle, is a smart youth for one who Mfpib count only twenty birthday anniversaries. Hjgjk He morriad a young wife when lie ought BwJ-; to have been at school, and at onoe B&f plunged into water made hot by a mother. Bw in-law. He alleges that it was by the Hf mother-in-law that he was driven to BgE evil habits, but that excuse will Hfl?i scarcely be aocepted as valid. He Btole HJl a bicycle, and if he hod simply committed HJE the theft to fly away or rather to wheel away E and be at rest, his plea in extenuation might m bo good. But the fact is that ho sold the ' Bj-ffi, bicycle to obtain money with which to play H draw poker. Besides.the also made free with Big' a horse and afterwards with a horse and H buggy, and three times broke jail and es- HE; caped when arrested for his offenses. BM we cnu Beo no cood reason why Ashlxt BV should not sutler tho penalty of the law for Q8f his misdeeds. His plea of too much mother- Hh. In-law should not save him from a taste of HE criminal law. M The men who told Phil Dalt to " hold up BjE bis hands " mistook their oustomer. Puil is HI; good at calling other people's hands, but Wjm t in throwing up his own. It is a BTi pity that tho sturdy and fearless " sport " Bf' was not supplied with a gun. Had he been Mk1 the men who attacked him would never have BE ' been tried. n On the subject of OlviUServlee Beform, BJnk which gave so much interest to the open- H' ins of Mr. Oinuini'a Administration, HH' the President says In bis message n bless us, we cannot find the paragraph. WJEit Never mind, we will defer comment on what H ' be say till our next issue. UK -- i si K OUB AUTOaBATII COLLECTION. BwM, ,ovaTwxiuiat!OBiut, iG3t, v Bv GLEAMS OF SUN SHINE? CH1TTEE OF TUB LiaHT-IIElETED FEi TEENITY OP WITS. In the DrMlo.Hem. imi lAt Carlton, " Tolly, you remind me of the .mirror you are looking into." "why sot" M "Because you are a good looVln-g-lus." Reverilng the Proceai, trrol Of Trm JTault Xifriu. Wlffuhall Ah. kooiI morning, doctor; I Tin demtandyou were called to Chicago to ainpu tale a ynnng lady's font? l)r. Tamoti You are Mlghtly mlitalicn. I amputated the young lady. Hon Hliowcre Not Wanted. tVom Ttmt, Flattcy It'ii raining,. boyn I De Plgntcr Oli, well.novcr mind that. Flattlo, old box: but if it gcta to raining glrla, plcaio notify mel r.mbarrnaard. (yoi tit Ooiton THinttr1ft. Jlrn. Brown Tell me, Nellie, was yonr lma- baiidmucli eniharrasacd when ho proponed to Mrs. YonnRlinnliand Not nearly, no much as he -wim after tho bills for our wedding riieptioii came. in. (Jiving Illraaelf Away. (Von Ttsai Sifting. " One of you hoya haa been ateallng ralslna agalni I havo found tho seeds on tho tloor. Which one pf you wan It:" Tommy It waan't mo. I awallowod tho aceda in mine. A Cooil mixture. Mra. Aloxnnder Tullinor, of Frankfort, Kcn tncky. claims to have, been cured of paralyais by "faith, electricity and good Bourbon whlakcy." Tlio proportious in which thu ingredients wero taken is not mentioned. Hennlor Evnrts'a Wlltlrlam. (Von M VMIaiiilpMa TVmu. The death of tho elder Mumm recalls Bonator Evarta'a comparison of the administrations of the silent Orant and the teetotaller Hayis. "In the former," bo aald, "It wan 'Mumm a cabl net, ' but ours la extra dry. ' " Attended To. from Hf:) Bmlth (to Milkman) I'll havo to aak yon to chalk it up. Milkman (ahstractodly)-Oh, that's, all been attended to oh er beg your pardon; cer tainly, take your own time. A Prelude to Winter, (fYoM lAa Carlo-m.) 0 Joyful days of Winter, when tho rime Doth paint fantahtlc freUwnrk on tlio pane. When clothed in whlto Is utry sniiny lann Which o were wont to tread in summer-time. When with the trees the wlmN play pantomime, Wlan lino increases, and when sorrows wane, When Natnrp. breathing a iiiLlmllntiH strain Fills full this life with a nuwt merry chime. But Joyful days of Winter, lot mo say That thou bast other charms is it not nleo To fall head first down a toboggan track Doth it not make a mortal feel unite gay, To broak ungcntly through tho triachcrous ice. Or feci a snowball trailing down his back? lie Knew Wliero Nlie Untied From. (Vow Tint, J Bho tripped into Macy's one day last week, saved herself from falling by a strenuous effort, and brought up at tho housc-furnlshtng counter. " I'd like to aee the braziers," alio said. They were producod, and after carefully look ing them over ahe aelooted ono and remarked, "The bars on this seem to.be a bit far apart for catfish, but I think it will answer. Can ou -"Certainly, madam," responded the clerk. " Tlio next express for Pittsburg leaven In half an hour." WORLDLINGS. Mrs. Morton's eldest daughter, Edith, la a young lady of fifteen. Bho la described as a very pretty girl, with an excellent education and many graces of manner. Preparations that are being made for the Chi neae Emperor's marriage, which will take place next February, indicate that it will be a moat gorgeoua aflair. It is estimated that tho entire amount of the bllla Ilia Oriental Majesty will have to foot will be not less than 10,000, 000. A. H. Colquitt, who haa been ro-clccted to the United Btatea Senate from Georgia, la now sixty four years old. He is a large, handsome man of impressive appearanco and la known in tho councils of tho Methodist Episcopal Church. He la a Princeton graduate and haa a fortune of about $300, 000. Cbarloa B. Drcsileln.Ta stenographer, who died In Chicago a few days ago, was tho "ofil. cial " reporter of the mediums in Chicago, and took all tho reports of spiritual commuulcatlona at their seances. MISS GILLETTE CAUGHT THEM ALL. The Vermont Hchool Tenrlier Played the Democrat uud Kepubllcuu Alike. (SrXCIAt. TO TBI XYIKIKO WOBLD, Boston, Dec. 4. Here is a letter from Taunton to a morning paper : After reading your account in this morning's Iiaper concerning tho success of Misu OiUctte, of landolph, Vt., wonldbeg leavo to state that I am another " sucker " in tho turkey business. Miss O. 'a note in my turkey, though accident ally destroyed, is still fresh In my memory. It was political and in sympathy with "Qrover and the Democrats. " Jf Mayor O'Brien had received my turkey, ho ght havo added a diamond ring to his gold watch. For my part I played tho "chump" to the value of a pair of gold-plated ear-rings, and I would pay out fifty times their cost If I could shut tho mouths of my numerous friends who are calling me "chump "and "sucker." I am proud, and it is some comfort to learn thla morning, that I am In such distinguished company as His Honor, the Mayor, lours truly, lUllIUSOK Duxuav. Itnttllng with the Hugnr Trust. Before Judgo Barrett to-day, flen. IlogerA. Pryor pressed the suit of the Attorney-Qoncral for wiping out the charter of the North ltlver Bugar llefinlng Company. The company, ho argued, was a partner in the gigau tto Hncar Trust monopoly and had forfeited its charter by entering that combina tion. John E. Parsons ami James C. Carter submitted briefs on behalf of tho augar people. Timely Caution. fYsn IVhu &'()Ii. J S&sX Hill ., Old Gentleman (earnestly) Young man, do you know that in drinking whiskey you should use great caution ? Young Man I do use great caution, air. I never yet took a drink out or that diar old flask that I didn't look around to aee what kind of a crowd I was In., Takes small snifter, my friend: time goods will make uu old woman with tho Huunps feel happy. i A PUBLIC SERVICE, L It Wob "The Evening World" that Knocked Oat tho Juggernaut i Passongors on tho Nov Cars Agroo In This Vordlot. It Woe a Good Klght nnd a Victory Well Won. An Evsnixo Would roportcr boarded half a dozoti cars on tho Tweuty.third street line this morning to learn just .what the people thought of tlio now regime, nnd to whom wus duo the credit tor the change. Twenty-two passengers we're interviewed by tho reporter. Thoy wore chiefly well dressed and solid-looking business men. and to tho question, " Do you think Tim ve INo WonLD is cntltlod to the credit for hav ing lcmovcd the bobtail cars from this rood ?" tho answer in flftoou of the twenty two caseH was t " Indeed I do." Dr. Honry V. Wcldtuan.of 404 West Forty, seventh stroet, was the first man spoken to. Tho question mentioned above was fired nt short range, and promptly came the answer: ' ' Indeed I do. Theso cars fill a long.folt want, and I think Tins Evkmino Would do sorves the oredlt." ' t 11. Edwards, In business at 28 West Twenty-third street, said: " If people had to rido on tlioso cars as much as I do they would thank The Evening Would for giving us mis change. I give Tux Evening Would fall credit." , J. W. ltosenthal, of 3704 Eighth avenue, said : " The Evening Wobld deserves more credit than anybody, and I wish it would follow up its good work and abolish all the bobtails." ' - F. M. Darracott, of 35 Broadway, said : " I think all the papers dosorve our thanks, but The Kvenino Would is entitled to the lion's share. I w ish it would tackle the other roads." I. Kraushnar, of 83 DivistoDyStrcct, said : " It is a groat improvement. I give Tub Evp-nino Wobld credit." John Claromont, of 218 Wost Twonty-third street, Rftid: " Tho credit, no doubt, belong to The Kvenino WonLn. I thank that uaper for its successful efforts to givo u bettor cars." Dr. M. A, Lewis, lately connected with tho Hoimcopathio Hospital, said : " Moat as suredly tho oredit belongs to The Evening World. I don't sco who el&e could claim It." Dr. Lewis's friend, Mr. 0. F. Holcomb. of Bouthiugton, Conn., said: "I on'y know what tho doctor has told ine. The Evenino WonLn must be a great paper." Tho reporter coincided with Mr.Holcomb's views and then tackled F. V. Ilassett, of 80 Jnralcmon street, Brooklyn. He said: "I onlv know that your Piiiier niodo a big fight and desorves credit for It." A.K. Aldridge. of Fishklll Landing, on tho Hudson, reads The Evening Would every day. Maid be : "I havo watched tho prog ress of tbo fiaht, and surely The Evknino Would is entitled to all the credit. The placing of theso cars ou tho road will doubt less savo many lives. " Albert Meyer, with the Denman Thomp son company, said : " Tuk Evenino Wobld must tako (ho crodlt. Thero is no other paper that can claim it." L. II. Cohon, of 829 Lexington avonue, was cnthusiostio over tbo victory. Ho Bald : " Tub Kvenino Wobls dcservoBon extraor dinary amount of credit, and I am pleased to oxproBS mv opinion," James H. Cussldy, of 230 Seventh avenue, said : " I read Tnu Evenino Wobld, and know that it can claim the crodit Justly. It mndo a noble fight. " Herman Lichteusteln, of 25 Wost Houston street, said t "To The Evenino Wobld tho credit is dne. Thoso oars are a great blessing. Other papers must not steal tho credit, as I soe they aro trying to do." J. Harrison, or 221 Wost Fortieth stroot, said : "Your paper deserves tho lion's sharo of the public thanks. Accopt mine. " John Moron, of 64 Jackson street, thought The Kvenino Wobld a great paper. " It is enterprising and deserves credit for what it has done." Joseph Noone, of 310 Hart street, Brook lyn, said that he had heard that Tue Evenino Wobld had comuollod the jiggers to be taken off. Thomas J. Caslin, of 245 Third avenue, said : " Any enterprising paper deserves credit. As the most enterprising Tns Even ino Wobld deserves tho most credit." Othors concurred In the above opinions, but modestly declined giving their names. There seems to be no doubt in the public mind as to what paper the crodit is due. for ridding this busy thoroughfare of the detesta ble bobtailB. Aside from the newspaper work in this matter, however, it should be remembered that Coroner Mesaemor did a vast deal of good sorvlce for the poople. It was his hblo and enorgotlo assistance that enabled Tns Evenino Wobld to successfully push its good fight. NO YOIOE TO TELL HER WOES. A nameless DcnOIute tJlrl Found Wander Ins: In the Mtroets. Matron Webb has a deaf-and-dumb girl of eighteen who was found wandering on West Fourth street at night by Policeman Kellon, oft the Charles street station. When taken to Police1 Headquarters last night she wept and appeared to bo very much afraid. Bho slept well and took sorao milk and cake for breakfast this morning. Pointing to her necdle prlckcd tinners tho helpless girl gave a notlco that sho was accustomed to sewing. Bho is dressed In a brown chock dress, a red nlKgnr-hcad Jersiy, a bine cloth wrap, lined with red flannel, a navy blue hat. trimmed with dark navy bluo ribbon and a white biid wing. m m No Unr Allowed ou Uarnnm'a I'remlaea. israelii, to tuk xvasixo wobld. BninaEronT, Conn., Dec. 4. An Interesting lavtsutt haa been brought by Levi A. Hancock against P. T. Barnum for possession of the Po quanuock Hotel, at East Bridgeport. In rent-' ing his many pnbllo buildings Mr. Barnum in serts an ironclad stipulation that no liquor shall be sold on the premises. In this raso, honuver, this clause was omitted, and Mr. Hancock proposed to run a bar In con nection with the hotel. Mr. Barnum on hearing this notified the present tenant, David j. Hill, to prevent Hancock from taking possession, and ho (Ilarnum) would back him up. Home interest ing legul points are expected when the suits como to trial. la There n Corner In CoOee f The coflce market this morning opened strong and excited. After closing barely steady last night traders were thrown into a pitch of ex citement by the sharp adanco over night. Near montha advanced from 05 to no points, while later contracts went far; beyond, some aa high as lt!S, points over laatl night'a quotations. Cables were strong and, according to the advices received from Havre the market In that city waa equally atrong. Dixon C'owle'a Brother Killed. (srxcuL to Tins vvxmso wosld. Weiuiteii, Mass., Dec. 4. James Cowle, of Webster, son of William Cowioand brother of Dixon II. , while resisting tho officers last Wednesday night at 8L Paul, Minn., fired live shots at tho police, and was shot dead by Officer Jeny Hulllvan in self-deftiue, Cowle had been under tho Influence of liquor for sev eral days. The Viral. JYon n,J Ned I never told a lie in ray life. Jack-Thls, hen, is tho first t BLOOMINGDALES,,i 3D AVENUE AND 59TH STREET. 1 BARGAINS IN CLOTHING FOR THIS WEEK 0NLY.1 BOYS' SUITS. !? best qValiLy hey blafck MA QR ffliW - BOYS' OVERCOATS. wwnw WW,BW" satin, a regular $30.00 coat, for OlM'idO I 11 ,SIZK84T08VKArW) .. BOO strictly ull.vvool Kilt Suits, sires I jVK . 350 All-Wool Or sTonttn, with nd witu- thf QQ 21.2 to C years, ono and two pieces; t BUtH bbbbbbbbH outo.p,T.lu.4.ood8r.oo..t. PA.g nenrly nil nro Imported csslmores,mnde The greatest VCt ! All-WOOl I Hfii WRM ZffiSSffi&SWSSSSrlMii '0J ' combination effects, value $5.00, our Black Cast Beaver Over- 'ffillMI and withont c.pe, lrlmind with bUok K AA nrlco - $2.03 , ,, . . . vvl'1 IDaTlrsIM osbbbIB A.tr..h.n.T..u.tiopo .t ..... 5.00 Pr,c0 Coats, double stitched, raw H&H 1.000 School OToot.. well md. and QQ 100 ftll.WOOl Cossimcro SllIU, vnluo ttJnc i:nJ UU nil ,nnl (nA I vSkllliiSli-saaaaa-al ' ShJtf'aSa.'-i-iuV pJ)g& a.oo,ut - - - ,2.00 edges, lined with all-wool flan- pqMHiiB sJ8UiW;-bhl..hlibor.i..a; ZJS COO imported Cheviot,, ngc. 4 to 14 " ' flCtUal ValUe $25-00; , I WHL SV&!..!,.!.....l6 5.00 years, vuluo $0.00, nt - . $3.08 price OlUlUU ' Db GREAT DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS THIS WEEK. OJEPESrT THIS ES"V3E3IriKrC3r. BLOOMMDALE BROS., 3D AYE. AND 59TH ST.l "LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY." "Little Lord Fauntleroy." llko "Tho Old Homestead," relics very littlo upon dramatic efTect and theatrical situations. It has nothing to do with tho too conventional love-nick hero and tlio gurgling heroine. It is even daringly unusual enough to end without a marriago or tho stereotyped suggestion of that necessary ovent. "Littlo Lord Fauntleroy" appeals to human nature; it goes straight to tho heart through any amount of thicknesses and It charms by Its own intrlnslo beauty. I sat with damp oven through three long acta last night. There was not ono single effort ap parent in tho oxqulslto pathos of this delightful littlo play; there was no evident desire to even mildly harrow the feelings of tho audience. Yet I doubt if any play yet produced this season is as beautifully pathotio as this of; Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett's creation, and I also doubt if any emotion has been called forth by such harm less means or with as beneficial results. I supposo I'm too hardened a sinner to indulge In moist eyes very lofton. I pretended I had a cold last night But I hadn't. It was sheer emotion, and I feel in a better temper with tho world 4o-day, now.that I find I can bo touched. Though "Little Lord IFauntleroy " can bo criti cised in spots, its merits aro so groat and so far In excess of Its faults that theao'can almost bo forgotten. The story of the play is, of course, well known. You remember how tho third son of the Earl of Dorincourt has married an American girl and been "cast off "by His Lordship; howthe three sons die, and how tho boy of Capt, Errol, the third son, becomes thoarl of Dorlncourt's heir. Lord Fauntleroy, gooa to England, over comes his grandfather's disllko and brings about as happy a reconciliation aa Is possible. , Ihoaidsoniooucsaylaat night that tho prin cipal objection to the little lord was that ho was too good to live, and that In case he were spared he would grow up to be an insufferable young prig. I do not agree with this. Littlo Lord Fauntleroy was not so hopelessly good as that He waa thoroughly boyish. Wo heal d of him running races with a bootblack, "loafing" around the grocery storo and behaving himself just aa nine boys out of ten woidd do. Mrs. Burnett has accentuated tho beauty of his disposition. Bho has handled it lovingly, and she has done admtrablo work. To bo sure, Utile LordFauntloroy la not the kind of boy Hoyt would havo imagined. Tho "Brass Monkey's " author would havo oxhlbltod him tying a tin kettle to a dog's tall or upsetting a pall of water over his maternal parent's head. Mrs. Burnettiasteinphasizod tho loveliness of tho boy's character. Hojt would have reduced Its weaknesses tq Imbecility and effaced the line that divided boylshnesa from idiocy. The Introduction of tho Minna episode into this pure little play is Inartistic. It is llko drop ping mud Into a crystal goblot. To be sure, pnrlty needs contrast, but not such a rude and shocking contrast aa this. The woman who ' ' lived with " tho Earl of Dorlncourt's good-for-nothing bou, audwhohas the maimers of a cour tesan. Is out of place in Mrs. Burnett's little Btory. Yet nothing can entirely mar the beauty of the play. Its success Is beyond question. The cast waa admirable. George Parkhurst con tributed an excellont Dickensouiau char acter sketch as Mr. Hobbs, tho grocer; Miss Kathrj u Elddcr made u groat deal of the part of "dearest," and Frank E. Lamb did well as Dick, the bootblack. Of tittle Elslo,Leslio it Is impossible to speak without superlatives. Bhcbore the burden of a part as long aa that of Hamlet on her sweet lit tlo shoulders, 'and she bore it not only without effort but with apparent case. J. H. Qtlmour. as the crusty old Earl, showed what he could do after having shown what he couldn't do in "Mr. Barnes, of Now York." Ho Is au artist, and I beg his pardon for over having thought otherwise. I shall bo begging every ono's pardon for liv ing if I do not close. "Littlo Lord Fauntle roy" has subdued me aa it subdued many last night Tlio BroadH ay Theatre hts at last come to the front with something natural after a rather nauseating atoge of melodrama. Long llvo " Little Lord Vauntloroy. " Au.1 Dale. Working a Corner In Nulls. (irECUl. TO TUE EVXMIMO. WOBLD. J riTTsnutto, Dec, . Anttsburuflrnihupur. chased 45, ooo kerfs of nails with tbo Intention of forming s, corner innalu. ' t ALMOST THE CRIME OP CAIN. That WUIck I Charged Against Charles V. (Jreen, Tho trial of Charles W. Green for tho mur der of Nicholas Ooldonkirch in the hallway of 108 Rodney stroet, Brooklyn, on Maroh 26 last, was continued this morning before Judge Alooro and a jury in the Court of Ses sions, Brooklyn. Qoldenkirch had been forbidden by Qreon to call upon tho latter's sister, who was sick at the houso. Ho persisted In calling, how ever, and on tho date given above he had met Green In the hallway. Thore was an altercation, parties in tho house heard a noise, and Goldonkirch was found dying from a pistol wound. Of what had taken place thero wero no witnesses. It subsequently transpired that Golden, klroh and Miso Green bad been married m 1682, Green had claimed that ho was protect ing his sister's honor. Green was in court this morning-, and sat in front of tho iron pillar faclnc Judgo Moore. He was dressed in a black corkscrew Prince Albert coat, dark striped trousers and a heavy overcoat. He was composed, and looked each witness squarolv in the face. The first witness callod by Assistant District-Attorney Clarko was Annie E. Dunn, of 65 Clinton avonue. She said she was a pro fessional nurse and attended Mrs. Goldeu kirch at tho time of tho shooting. She said sho had seen Goldonkirch in the sick woman's room on tho Thursday night previous to the shooting. Ho como in about 10 o'clock and loft late. Tho noxt night Goldenkiroh called again. Mrs. Goldonkirch was in bed, and the dead man was In conversation with her. Green entered and ordered Goldonkirch to leave. Tbo witness asked why Qoldenkirch shouldn't remain, and was put off with an evasive answer. They then left the room. After they bad left sho heard a loud con versation between Green and Goldonkirch, who wero in tho hallway. She couldn't hear what was said, but distinguished Golden kirch's Toioe above the othor. Tho next night was Saturday night and Qoldenkirch called about 0 o'clock. He callod the next day. Sunday, at 2 o'clock, and remainod until 10 o'clock. Mr. Miller, a friond of Goldenkirch's, was with him, and thoy stayed In the sick-room. On Monday night sho saw Green In the basement. About 8 o'clock she heard the bell ring. The witness, was In the front basemout in company with Green. When tho bell rang Green wont upstairs. " What did vou noxt hear?" " A sound like the sbuttins of tho door." Witness heard a whistle through the tube and went to the parlor floor. She saw Green at the lioad of the stairs, starting down. She askod him if he was crazy and he said, "I think I am." Sho iaw no wenpon in Green's hands. She saw Qoldenkirch lving with his head towards tho parlor door and feet towards the stairs. He was lying on his back and bleeding from tho temple. Tho morning after tho shooting a brother of tho deceased handed to witness a pistol, which sho gave to Mr. Muller that afternoon. Tho pistol was in a box, and the witness could not say whether it ias new or old. Georgo V. Goldonkirch, the deceased man's brother, waa next called. Ho was shown a pago In a book aud askod whotfacr It con tained his brother's bandw riting. Ho said he thought it was. , The book contained the marriage certificate of Qoldenkirch and Green's sister. It was dated May S3, 1882. Otto Bordenatoin testified to selling a pistol to George Ooldonkirch, the dead man's brother, on the day alter the shooting. Ho snoVa of tho murdor and asked tbo direction of ltodney streot. The impression that was sought to be made was that the boy had bought the pistol to shoot his brother's slayer. OarsuinD O'Connor's Reception nt Home. (SPECIAL TO TUC XVEKIXO WOBLD. 1 Tohonto, Out. Dec. 4. The Union station waa nowded long before the hour when tho champion oarsman of America, TI11 lam O'Connor, was timed to arrive, and tho streets along which ho was to mako hla way to tho Pavilion wero blaok with thousands of people. A largo procession acoora paniod O'Cqnnor to tho Pavilion, and tho cham. plon vi as borne In tho shell in which he made hla race nt Washington. , I At tho l'avllion ho was presented with, a pnrsq of 11,000 from tho elty or Toronto and ono of taoo by the Toroutonlaus who witnessed the race. D'Couqor made an Appropriate reply to each preioulaUvn, FLAGMAN WOLYER'S HEROIC DEED. Ills Own Life Lost In Savin Two Girls From Heath at Herkimer. (SPECIAL TO THE EVXNINO WOBLD. Heokimer, N. Y., Doer 4. As the fast mail train on the New York Central ltallroad came thundering along towards tho crossing here this morning Flagman Wolver dlscoveacd two young girls on the track apparently unaware of their great poril. Wolver shouted, tho girls looked, and when they saw the engine waa almost upon them bo clmo bewildered, shrieked, but wolo too frightened to move. ' Tho engineer clew tho whistlo and reversed his machine, but tho train was going at such a high rato of speed that it was impossible to stop be fore tho crossing was reached. All this took but a moment. Wolver sprang to the spot, fairly threw tho girls from the traok, but before bo could escape was caught by the en- Eino and instantly killed, his body being horri ly mangled. Two lives wero saved, but bravo Wolver had lost his own. v O'CONNOR SOLD HIMSELF PRETTY CIIEAP. lie Ssji Timothy Harrington Paid Him to Commit Outrage In 1880. (BT CABLE TO THE miiS NEWS ASSOCIATION. London, Dec 4. In the Farnell Commission to-day Thomas O'Connor, aon of a farmer near Castle Island, was on the witness stand, called bythe Times. He swore that Timothy Harrington, member of Parliament, paid Brosnan and himself the sum of 7 o commit outrages in 1880. The Cloalug Quotations. Optn. Utah. Ltt). Clot. American Ontton Oil 60 tOM 4IIK 4IH Atlantis 4 Psctflo.,, 1H 7H 7U 7W Atcta.. Topeks 4 8. Vt !). r.iM fi.U KtR C.nadi Southern fH fVH .rlJ MM O.n.dUn P.oitlc........... AlH filfl MH MH Ot.TB.. tM., Cln ilnd.... Ti'J fcl (V fi'l ChtosJoOas Trait !!nH ;io Aftft ill) Ohio.. Dor. t Qainoy 10.' 10(0 lO.ltf lO.'.K Central Psolfle :H !I4 :H M Ohiotn 4 Northwest.. 1W 104M 104 104 Chio. 4 Northwest p(d VMM VMH VMU l.KIW Ohio., Mil. 4Ht. Psul...... (lift (ll)J 01(2 (ll Ohio.! Mil. 48t. 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Y. 4NewKnland...... 38 ill asM a N,Y.,Chloao4 8t Lonla. 17 17M 17 17 N Y.IChlojTBt.L lutpfd. 08 OH 08 H8 N. V..LakoErl4Weit 271 2fiM ". 2S N.Y.L. Eri4Wet.pJd,. jtv2 KM MU fillU N. V.. Saw 4 Weet. pfd. iloM :I0 iloU iloQ Norfolk 4 Weitern UOi luS U lliSJ Norfolk 4 Weatern pfd.,,. 48w 48M 48., 48, Northern Paclllo...' . 24M 24M SH 8M Northern PaciAo pfd fiTM riftjj r,7$i RkJ, Ohio, Ind. 4 Weat, 14 14 14 14 Or. llallwar 4 NaTlcatlon. 0.1K ll.IV. V.iH V Or. Tranncontlnental 21) 2lllT 28)i 21 Oreton Short Un 40W 4Qh 40H 4 PaclfleMall .'WW 3jji .'! itHJ Pine Line cert ItlcaU. 87., 87k 8IIK 8I, PhlladelphU4 IUadlnsw.. AM 4 4JW 40fi PhlladelnhlafJaa 7..M 7 7M1 7i Peoria. Dec. 4 E.anaTllU.. 22li .22 22W &A. Pullman Palace Car Co 100,101) Hill 103 OulokllTer...u.,... IW IH OW OH flich. 4WeatVolntVer.... 2.IJI 24 2:i 2.tS Hlch 4WertPolntTer.pfd 78 ,78 78 78 St. Paul 4 Omaha..... .I1M !K,i ttUt illU 8t, Paul 4 Omaha pfd .... OTM 7H 07)5 0M Bt. P., Minn 4 Manitoba. IlllSa M1 1)0 WiK Ht. Ionia 4 8an trancUcn, 2.1 2 i 2il 2.)H 8t.Iouia4 8an.Pran.pfd. 0.1 04 0.1 04 Ht. Louis, Ark. 4 T 8 H 8 H Teiaa Paoltto. 21., 21M 21 21M Tenn. Coal 4 Iron :UH iUM? iUK XlR Tot. i Ohio Central pref... r,2W fiil fiyil h:P Union Vaciflo.,u II Uj MH 01M 02M Wab . St. L, A Pac. pfd... 24 24 2.lU 2:i8 Wettern Uiloo Telerraph, 82M 8JM 81 Q 82 Wheellns 4 Lake Krie 6bU 5UJ b&rj BUM A Save, sure cure for eout hi and colds. Adam sow's Botaxio Balsam, Kinsman, 2&lbst. and4lU.ae . Thousands Who hare beta troubled with that dlauTMsble flow from the noes. oRenalre breath, pain orer and between the eyea, ringing and bursting noises In the ear and other dlaagreeable symptoms of catarrh, hare bean n. tlrolr cored be Hood's Baraaparllla, the beat blood, puilfjrlng nedlolu. It espela avtry taint of Impurity from lbs blood, riUllsea and anrlchea It, and alao un proraa til ganeral bealtli. If foa auStr from 'catarrh try Hood's Saraiparllla and be oooilnced of Ita merd. Hood's Baraaparllla laaold brail drttggUU. Hals f3, riwusdU 0.1. HOOD OoLewalJ,JiM, i TWO ARRESTS AT PARKYILLE. ' 1 I'm rick Itoircrn nnd John Hendricks Held V on Hinplelon of Kllllnir Kelly. B Tatrick llogcra and John Hendricks, two farm I laborers to whom suspicion points aa being; tho murderers of Tatrick Kelly, the Parkvllle sar- W doner, whoso mutilated body was found near thi Manhattan Beach track Saturday night. werrB A arrested early this niorninj; on warrants iBsnedff , 1 by Justico Church, of New Uti eeht. CK The police state that late on the night of the Br 'murder ltogera and Hendricks wero seen to-waW octher near tho track. Itogors was. the1 first to tlud tho body, and eavo the alarm. He was V drunk at tho time, and brandished a pistol in the air. m I It is also charged that about tho time Kelly M was supposed to be at Parkvillo station Rogers . was seen to walk in tlio direction of the spot S , wliero tho gardener's body was found. 1 When arrested both men protested their in J nocencv. They wero given a preliminary hear- Ilng befoie Jtistiee Church andiield to await the action of Coroner llooucy. A Class of Jlgrer Fairons Who Alourn Tor Days That Were. While one portion of the community is giv ins thanks for tbo removal of tho bobtail cars fronr. tho Twonty-third streot line, another class is doinc just the opposite Thoso of the latter class see no beauty in tho rolling drawing-rooms that have taken tho place of tho stuffy littlo jigger. Neither do they appreciate the brand-new oc&dnctor with his modest uniform. If thoy had their way about it, indeed, ths jigger would bo onco again on the track. Theso peculiarly dissatisfiod individuals are a portion of the sporting fraternity which attends tho Clifton races and comes home broke. Before the now parlor roller was sub-.' Btituted for the jigger, theso gentlemen do- rlved much comfort from tho knowledge that if thny could not beat the races they could beat their car faro home from the ferry. It was only five cents, bnt they took mors pride in making it than If they had bit a 20 to 1 shot and got all the money. . Not infrequently it happened that walls EOBsengers were clinging to the roof and oldlng on behind but three fares were regis.'' tered during the trip from west to east. , On the last trip of the jiggers the sports cele brated by not nay ing faro, and when that, driver asked, pleaded and finally begged for their laies, he was coolly informed that thoy wanted tho 6 cents for luck, or as a J memento of the departed and defunct jigger. The Tale of Hotel Urelstcxa. Located at the Btnrtevant Honse are W. B, Oerity, of Elmlra: E. B. Whitaker. of Bostoni W.O.Lcland, of Binghanipton, and B.J. Fisher, of Allentown. l'a. j Prominent at tho Hotel Brunswick are G. A. Talbot, of Boston; H. A. TUllngshast. of1 Providence; Halem Hyde, of Syracuse, andu.l 0. Tajlor, of Islip, L. I. -j Registered at the Fifth Avenue are J. L. Hunv fihrey. of Boston; II. D. Cooke, of Washington;; I. 11. Van Zandt. of Harrlsburg, Pol, and J. A. Berdler, of Cleveland, 0. 4) Among tho Albemarle guests' aro G. .Hyds' Clark, of Cooperstown, N. Y. ; E. Meredith, of Canajoharlo; J. It. Johnson, of Warren, l'a.,a4 H. U. Diapir, of Chicago. f, Among tho Gllsoy House guests are F.,8. Henry, of Cleveland; CM.Undorhill.of BriffaMt Lewis Miller, of Akron. 0.,andW. lUclura-; son, of UorncllsvlUe, N. Y, ' Stephen A. Ryan, of Atlanta, Ga.: Alf Euston. of Ht. Louis: W. 1'. ltankln, of Ni. ville, and It. Forsyth, of Chicago, are coav spicuous at tho Hoffman House. 9 Mrs. Lo Bau. sister of W, II. Vanderbilt: Kh Oray. of Oswego; H. P. Wassin anil J. W. Mok ahau, of Cleveland, and Martin W, Cooke, ( ltochcator. are at tho Grand Hotel. Among recent arrivals at tho St. Jamos are At P. Thompson, of Buffalo; O. F. I'feister, , Milwaukee: T. J. O'Brien, of Grand RaplW Mich. , and Abner Smith, of Chicago. W FROM MONTANA. IlEUXA, M. T Jan. 20, 1868. M Fucuiko Baos. ,t Jim acKTUMKMi t hare taken a great many cf Da. UcUni'l CKLXBBATEU I4VIB PU.S and tni thera lo ,1 be a wonderful pill alt that you clalifi for them. They M 'act Use a charm In cam of blltpusneia, alas headaoha, m dyaentary, 4c Una. Usual1 WrxKUMAX. A Box 034. Our sick headacba, blllouinssi, liver1 complaint, df. pepala, heartburn, Indigestion, malaria, pimples on faea .and body, Impunt blood, 4c, by u.lug regularly Da, O. McLANK'a Cxlxbbatid Ltvjtn Pilu, prepared only by Fleming Oroa., Pittsburg-, l'a. Price 25 "' 8lw by all drnggUta, Intlat upon bating the snDat if. McLank's Hvin 1-II.LS. pronared by. sjesalns; Broa., ot Plttaburg. l'a. , the market being full oMsmU liona of the name of MoLAXf . spelled dworeutly. Uit ot too saroa pronunciation. Always make sure oi taw words "JflsBUoi Broa., PlWauurg, fa.," on tUwr ' k