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PRESIDENT MARTIN THERE.
jlE OBEYED A SUBPOENA. WEB COMMITTEE DID NOT WANT HIS TESTIMONY THEN, HOWEVER ?_J iNTpLKr.AHI.K .POUCE OUTRAGE DISCLOSED BJCME? WAVS ":" ?B ????8? .BOARD ? M'VPi!'? OP Ite-TIRED POLICEMEN TELL THEIR STORIES MUCH INTEREST? IX??, TESTISI ?XV GIVEN. Th" Is* M Committee's investigati >n (?f the P.?. lice Depwtmenl proceeded laborlotuly yesterday, ,nd many wltw asea wh ? testified about a variety efashjects were examined by John W, Go? nnd Frank Moat. Dr, Parkhurst, who looked In at ,v gtat ? xpro,tsed a ?? ???? that Important ?l'.s sMSMtet s ;,: '? be m*de before the Investigation jjme t ' tn '?'?-? Father Ducey, whose attend? gna at ?'?.nmlttee's sessions has led lo glRBpondei e ?vitii Archbishop Corrigan and gift the Ap si lie Delegate, was absent .Presi? wMartin, of tii, Police Board, appeared In iv eastst ' ~ ibepoena, but was excused ?jr. ?? '??' ma Ie sn announcement thai he was prfpar, l t? ehow thai Charles A. Grant, the form? r st retary for Commissioner John Mc Clave who erealgned Seooa after Mr. McClave ? ? ind went t ' ??.? in Asbury Park, ?. J.. acquired prop.-rty ?? rth nvr.? than ST."?.(On in this city by corrupt methods m accepUni bribes for eppiint inen!9 of ? Hcemen. il?? wanted ('?rant t?> app< ar is a wit: -?-. !.?? said, bu; the commlttee'a sub taaMa>BttVt :.- had BOl boon able to find Mr. Gran".. Mr. Gofl bad a .record of th" appoint? ments ??.? le by Mr. McClave, toother with Ihe reconim,?!! i it'.e.ns whloh had been riegned by jnany men, Including Governors ??!' the sta????. The : '* .given by Etienne Bayer, ? former detc Uva in the Eleventh l'r> Inet, admit ting th;?.t he h.? i registered a;?.j voted In the Hid ?aatmbl} Districi while ho had a home in Kast P0|y-seventh-sLi was declared by Mr, Golt to BAYE? ?how that Bayer ha?1 vi lated 'he Election law. ?nd the committee directed that the attention ?,f M? District-Attorney be called to the testimony. Bay? r saM he had been compelled to eue Polle? ?Captain Murphy for $350, which, he dec?an >*A I aned to th?? captain He denied thai th? money had been collected from disorderly h tuet and from llqu? r-atorea at a time wh,-n Captain Murph?. exp? ?? ? to be? transferred to th?? pre clnet en-' ot the ? iwi ry Ex-C1?,?? f In^i.tor s:??? ra an i ex-Captalni Gun r.er. Clin hy and Tule toM the .committee h ?w they cam' to b<- retired on .pensions Gi ? and Yule Mid they had l>,e-n forced to retire al the age of ilxt) t?? make roe m fe.r e?ivr men win? wante?d to b?? captains Abut MO rvir<?el poll ? men stood up before 'he commit! <? m an ?bjeert lessci, and counnel for th?-? committee dclar??,! that too many i? ill *emen hail ???????? permitted ? retire on pensiona when Ihey were able to per? hHPgOod servi.??, in ??a?it ihat e.ihe-r men might few tor appointments sa policemen. An intolerable police ouira_?? wa? disclosed hy the testimony of Mrs. Ettle Kelter, a reepectable married woman, who came t,, tb?? elty recenUy from Albany. As sh" was Inquiring her way In the city ph?? w.i< arrested on a charge of elic? onie:.y conduci hy Policeman Hurk'?. who locked her up at the? Mercer-st. station. At tbe JefTer ?on Markel Police Court, later, she was sen? tenced to two nueiiths u? tbe Island by Justice Koe'ri Her luisband obtained her release by payli g 115 siter she had been <>n th?? inland ?jwenty-four days. Th?? R ? I>r. J*-?hn A B. Wilson, of the Eigh? teenth Street Methodlel Bpiacoepal Church, told ?Is ex;x rlenc.e in tryln? t?? mak?? ?*???!'?<? Captain Don'.hii?? s ri u ? up disorderly h.u-?" and epoll >? ? th?- Sixteenth precinct He expreseed ? goEet that the best way to euppresa su? h vlcloufl p'.d''? was to .proceed agalnsl the owners of property. Mem.bera e.f the- <? ?remittee expressed S desii- to hav- advice on the subject. By the testimony of merchante it was shown that there has been a pra< ri.f (laying ? Ice men for Bpecl il services in watching stores a; th?? holiday Mason, and Lawrence Bayer, efrocer, No? tified that a "devil's dive" In Beventh-ave, had been IK?:.ned against his .repeated protest, be? cause ? brewing lirm hai sn Interest in th< plaie. The Investigation will g'> on to-day. THEY WILL "GO HIGHER:' MR. JEROME SAYS THK INVESTIGATION WILL NOT .STOP. tOWAOEOCfl TREATMENT Bl THE POLICTE Of A '. WEaMtSCTAXLM .MARRIED WOMAN JUSTICE "* .I-MAN IMPLICATED DR ?WIUK>N TELLI OV his EXPERIENCE MANI WITNESSES EXAMINED. _om? of tl??? outside top; and drtssle appeared lo luve .pervaded Tart I of the? Superior Court when the invest if.?,-?on of the Police D?p?rissent by the lexow Connu ttee was continued m th?? courtroom BMerday. The MS and more? penatone!. ol the partaient who ?were preaent at Tueaday'i tea ?ion arere bach in their oeata again, and Cow mission?? Janrieaa .1. Martin attended with a aub Poeca in his epocket, although h?? was not wanted ?m a w.tr a Father Dueey was absent, but ? *a? not ki. .wn if lack of lui? rest, the unfavorable leather or another letter from Archbtahop Cor? riexan had . aueed him to ?remela away. ?"Be W <;?iff. of th?? committee'a counsel, be- ? ran they, ..,,? ? y calling Ihe name e.f Charta A. Urant, am then atatPi?,' Ihat th" Commlttee'B BUb- ! Poena-serv. ? bad geem vainly trying to limi Grani wiixiiK;:.?!, ?p.m: .?..t?' Commissioner MeClave'a ? ???eretary. and reslgaed Immediately after the I _-S?Msalener did. sine- ???? Grsnl >?as been ! "y'ng at Aabory l'ark. "I make- thla epublk announcement," saiei Mr. | Goff. "ia the hops lhal Grani will ,-om?? liera and ? vlndicau? himself. I am prepared 10 etbOW that he I? the o*:i.r of realty ii, tills city te? UM BSBOUnl Of i%.t/H) at R^SM, nil of whi' a he BCqulTOd when he waa amp?oyed at a salary of 11,700 a year. I *ra prepared to -how that he acquired the money fcy corruj,: methods, in the way of accepting bribes to secure appclntments on th?! force. Ha is a cttiren of New-Vork. and I hope he will come and **?!*1? why he resigned his position, why he left U>e State to suddenly and hew he nt QU re] hin health." Senator I.?xow?It is to be hoped that Mr. Grant %U1 avail himself of the offer of an opportunity to vindicate himself. Mr. Goff?Particularly At this Jan? ture, for we ?ve her- the record of Mr. MoClave'B appoint? aient?.,. ?"??? Goff la ? his hand on a larfte package e?f ?ocuments. which, as he explained later. In? lude-l ?? recommerniatlonis for applicants for Sppolnt? m'nt which had been sent to .Mr. MoClave. Boats ?f th?r recommendations had l.?-en rtegnei by Gov? ernors of New Vork State. Then Mr. Goff ex .Plairie.1 th.,t tne ?t?.?,.???. ?f Mr. Martin was not ?eedeo. aril th?? ?rommlnslon. r lefl th<? eourt ????. frank Uosa .recalled to the witness-chair Wlil S H? Wo?d of J. j. Uttle ? Co., and aske.l FLINT'S FINE FURNITURE. KOIt HOLIDAY ?IKT8, 45 W. g3D ST. HACKINTOSHES. ?.?G,?p!!?,",G?"? """"??..?I ???II,, ??.? MAN_???.??.?_?^2?_.? ?*???"? ??' ?"???? .?.,,? ,l,H,rlt,?l0?. ?,,,,??,, ?f ,,,,. ?_? HOOGMAN RUBBER COMPANY, , ?ROADWAY, tor. ?rami street 21 WKST _:tn ST.. Aeli. Bili ?t??, lintel some more q.nvtions about the firm', rallure to Ke, l t'"? contract Or printing the bellota f.?r ti,,? elee? , '"" ?:**< monti,. Mr. Wood etplaln<(, tlm. ??. , '""m was willing to print the ballots for leaa than >",.... the slm p_w 10 |bi pi.,ntJMK.?OUS(. of ? Martine. Brown. Oeorge it. Kelso, representing the WhtoW -G Mr. Krown. teetlfled thai hlB bid hau been for HJ.000, but he was allowed t?, amend rk G. R, KKI.Se? it se? as to linns it withm ih.? appropriation, it?? said th. house had been printing th. offl? lai ballotti for the? city for four years. Senator Lexoe raid it was ties! to have the wort ol printing official ballota performed by pn having . \;.. ?????.?. ?.?. ?nl lhal In Kockland ? there had ?>.???? trouble on accouni of having the work perl ?rmed ley pe ? on? who lack I ex perlene senator O Connor said H ?vas evldeni thai the wo ' ' "> had i?,.,, ,. ... , | lw ,,,, ? M , aid not think the Police Commissioners had ?loiw wrong in giving oui the printing contract. THE FIRM li.\< A ".-NAP." ^'r Mosi ? a ml to Bay frankly that thla Arm h.i> a "snap." ..r a monopoly, ??: the city printing. Q. (Rj senator Lexow) lion cai ?ou gel .?:i the contracta for printing? A. We have the plani ani ??an ?).? the w,?rk cheaper vVe h.iv.? plat???? for blankn which the othei printer? luive noi gol Ex? cepi In the election printing, we have a ! vi con tracta untesi our bid? w.-r> the lowest ?j. Where do you vt your "pull" anyway? A. We don't have any "pull." We bid low and ?:. t ?. ? The ?? ???? ? aald that the ? ?ntracla for puntivi for th? department* foi 1893 had been given ?ut, ????: h, .?? ? noi think .! had been don? to prevent Ihe r.'f.?! m adn Inlati lion fi m - ? ng oui ? ?:??:'-. b? .? ise m ?? > ol the blank? ?? re ? !.. ;?-??? at the beginning of the year Daniel Curran, ???:.?> was a iwlleeman itatloncd at the .?,,,r of the Central Orli e for y? irs before he retirai on a penaloi la ;: y.-.ir. testified that h?? had a horse ani cmrt whi.-h were us? I In the 1???.?p? menl of Public Wo k? si ?: .? da) in fair weather. HI? son n .m inspector In the .?:tt????. Cleaning De? p?riment. Etienne Rayer, who wai a detective in the Elev? enth .Precinct untler Captain Allaire year* testified thai !??? waa retired on ? pensiti .f G'?? a year Beven years .??:" He !i ? I lieen ? policeman only ten years, but he *?? disabled by being hoi In th?? p?!:! haul Mr ''.?.ft wan?. . ? ? kn ? f the injury had made hii ? nge p? lees flexible There aren roan f laughter in the- r mm a? Mr <; ff weni through the motion* of eputtlng hi? hand hehli : b ? k h th? ittltude ?f a poll era in li king .?? lb? and th?? wit: Bald "Yet .? I Isughe 1 with the ?? ? s? ? ,?? r ?. ? a Wltnesi you understand whal you ?.:? Baying? '? may I lughtng mattei fe r you Th?? Witness Mr Oolf Ii aaylng II ill ?.? ?i'???? Mr. Ooff) l"> you not understand ihat .po? licemen lake hi bei -Aiti? their han m behind their ? ? Q. ?What was th? CBUB? ' ) II paint against ? ,?|.??,? Murphy? A - era ears aao Cap? tain Murphy ?.-???? nn? to lend hirn tl*'. and ? ? ih?? money t . him I !" gel II ba ? until 1 sue I him. y. DM he pay th?? money bai k BtnCC the? eom mlttee has ??? ? ? here? A Vea t? Did you noi thi ???? I erme before the .? m mlttee and t? ll the wboli transa -vr. unless he A l can') remember. I mlghl havi laid *o. 1 mich? hav?? come before ihe committee ? j Why did be wanl SP-'? fr?m you? A I did ? .i u?it ??- wi? ? iptaln "f .police and I waa patrolman. ??.??Had yeeii been maktnK OOllectlona from ,???? orderli houses? ?.?No. Th?? wltnes? admitted thai he had been kn,,wn ?? ?? pe.ker plavir. and that h?? l.a I piny. I In Paul Bauer'? pi.? ? at Cone) Island, al the ? ? .' the CAPTAIN WI8HART. ' John .1 o-l!ri<-n Association, al the Coinanehe Club an?i at other placers He eald h? ?nel Murphy ?,\ accident In Omnd-et. and took th? ?350 from hi po'-k! when Murphy asked for Ihe money. WITNESS BAYS HE WASN'T LYING. Q. Are- you IHM lyliiK When you say you pail the |M0 In 'asir' ? I am not. Q. i?oi?'t you know !hai ih?? OSO claimed by you w..? for i" s of Intereal on money you had collected from disorderly houses? A. U wei not q Was H neit arranged to have Murphy rent to lh? precinct, and did von noi rolled the- money u.?m disorderly housei and llquoi itorei on hi* account? A No. Q. Was not th?? money placed wltk a Jeweller tn c.r.iii'isi ? A. Noi t" my knowledge. The witness declared thsl ? .'.'ill noi remember i,' he had sworn, in Ihe sull against Murphy, that .? wi- paid in cash. He? had been a deteci v< for ?jeven yeara in me? precinci easl ol the Bowery, he sal i. bul he had nothing ? ?? with th?? dlrord? rly housei ia the precinct. He had nevei heard, h< sui, thai he had been accused of stealing ?? dia? mond pin from Martin .Engel, bul ?.?? and Enge] had had a "growl" on one occasion, and be? had heard afterward that Engel had loel a diamond. q Whrre ?? y??u live? A. At No. r.?l Bast Eighty Beventh-st. . . .? y. I?o von live there with ?e.ur wife? and chll dren? A. tes Q. \\'he-re? did you register aii'l vote li'em at the last election? A?From No n Rlvlngton-aC where l had lived for two months O Whv ba ? you left your family In Eighty? neventh-et.? A.-I iiaei a little quarrel with my Wife The witness admitted that in- took from his hom? in Elghty-seventh-st. only a change e,f clothing; that he slept at the house In Elghty-seventh-st. v. ral nlK'.ts each week whil?? he wm suppo ? ! t,, be llvinii In Rlvlngton-st. ; thai hi was a ?11. trlct ?aptain in ihe nid Aasembly Dletrlct. where h? voted, and that ??? wen? beck i?> live with hi? family In Etghty-aeventh-Bt. Immeehately afvr tbe election. He hael beer, suminoneil heforo Police justice o rad y on a charge of fai?' eregiatratton, but j had explained thai h?? had elected to v??t?? in th?? 111 <i Dlatrlct, and it had not been necesssry for him to ?wear in his vote. He had voted only ones on Election .Day, he Bald. When he drew his pension at the ?"ei.iral olii???? h?? fc-ave as his ad'lresi? the house in Elghty-seventh-et. Mr. Goff sa 1,1 he- wanted the ?-onsent of the com? mittee? to eall the case of Bayer to the attention of the iJlRtrlet-Aitorney, a? he was convlneeei that Bayer had violated the Klectlon law. i?H. PARKHURBT ENTERB THK ROOM. Senator Lexow ggVg th? nn i-ssary ?lireetlon? to the stenographer. The? ??\. I?r. Park hurst entereel the courtreiom whil?? Bayer was le.stifyinK. and he rema.ii'? until .recess I I listen 10 th?? Pstimony. l?r. Charles S. Benedlet, an Inspector in the H'-alth | Board's Vorsan of Contagious i?i?eases, tiatifie,) thai the employes in ih?? bureau ha/l rais???! over ?i.?.'.?? by voluntary contrlbutlona to pay the ??? ?,.nus incurred In egettlng a bill passe.l at Albany ??. establish s >?????a fund, from which penfions wt-r?? to ba paid t?? mea ?? th?? bear?o, who erlahed 10 retir? after twenty ye-ars' servi????, or to Ihe? Wid? ow! of men who ?Heel from e'onti?Kl?u? ?liseaaes con? tracted in the? Bervtoe. Ex-Police ?'aptain Jiehn Gunner was ?-aiifii to the witiie-ss e'halr. He? siiid he h.-nl besa a captain for twenty-one y?-ars when he was retired in lMil ?j Were you retired upon your own application? A ?No, 1 was flrt-el out because I was atxty years old I 'was able and willing to remain, but I wa? retir'il to make rouni for .???othcr captain. It was | McClaVO'a turn to make a captain, and fitrau?s was made a captain In my place. Th?? witness was apparently wllllna i" tell moro. bul he was excused, an I Henry V. Ste?-rs. !h?? f.ir mei Chief Inspector, wss called to answer a few questione ll- said h?- had retired voluntarily on a pension of 12,500 s rear In 18K?, when h?? hai been ? policeman for thirty-five ?ear? .-???? an inspector f'.r seven years. He lui understood that ih?? office of chief inspector mlghl be abolished, and h- r. t red before thi pension could be cui down. When "Old Boy" Steers lefl the wltnesa chair, Frank Moss ? and Dr. Psrkhursi shook hand? with him. Ex-Captain Peter Yul? teatlfled lhal he was forced , tu retire on ? pension si the ;??" ot -ixiy. In us*?, ? when he wsa able and anxious to remain in the I service. Bx-Captaln William H. Cllnchy teatlfled ? tha? he wai retired on a pension at his own request in int He had b.-.n .1 captain for twenty-two years, ll?? own? a farm al white Plains, which is worth about S22,O0U, and is mortgaged for Ii".'??1. He .il?., own? a r.m.-it In Kansas, which coal him ??'..Hun, and he his about tl.mm In the bunk. Mr Ooff I..I I th.ninni.?.? thai police pensiona had been allowed t.i become too much of a burden ?ui the lily, ih.it men who had been able to per? fiirni valuable dui} .is policemen ??t< r??ir.-l too aoon, .m?! that it was b. Level many retirements had been encouraged or fore? ? in order th.it more im ? who wanted t?? be policemen could pay f??r np i' ? ntment. The retired policemen In the courtroom were asked to stani up, snd Benator O'Connor m.? le thorn amile by telling them they ?-ere a fine loi of men ??> look at. Mr. Oof! said thai Detective-Sergeant Mulvey waa retired on ? pension of tl.OBO s yesr In this city, that he had been serving a? .? sergeant ?>: police in Brooklyn at ? salar) of B.000 In addition to th.? pena in, and that t.xpected lo be appointed ,? captain of police In Brooklyn. Tho committee tivn look .? recesa THE COMMITTEE "TO OO HIGHER." Before the afternoon session begen, w. Travers Jerome, of thi counsel for the committee, ??.is ssked wh.it the course of the commute? would ha In ?? general way between now snd Januar) ' He wsi reminded that the press of the city, almost without exception, wanted the committee .?. "go up hlgner, ' and that airead) there wai .? belief on the pari of nome ih.u th.? committee had virtually completed ii- labors and wool.? allo? men like Williams, Mc? Laughlin and tii"? even blghet in the department, against whom suepi Ion was directed, to remain sileni ?it h.?s been a rule of ihe committee to refrain fioin announcing befotehand what it Intended to do," said Mr. Jerom I havi no heaUatlon In saying, however, lhat criticism along this Une is une .?ranted." "Then you .?r?? g >lng I I / "Wi are," said Ml Jerome "G.? ( ? ????:! now and Januar] ? thi papers and '.h?? people who have been asking ui to Investigate mon prominent offl c?ala of th? department will see iheir hop a real Is? : " "The lime ls abort." "But not too s ??? ; . said Mr J??? ? me As usual the alterno, ? session waa railed twenl mlnutea late St-natoi Pound presi.I? i Among the ? s|? eta tora w is Kathi ? Meli mal I, s pei son .1 ' friend ..f Senni ?r Urs I? > ? hi presen ? o| the i pi lesi oc?? isioii? ? n prise v. hen ash ??, after the session, when he waa fiom, hi rei io say anything atxjut himself :.? the report ? Mr. M? '???'??? I the Investigation. Thomas Mulvey, an ? ? deli tiv? nl this city, noe on tt?? retir? ? lisi drawing .? ? lar) from the pension fund ol ll.ono annually, was the iir-t wlt n ?- He ?? .i itrongl) built, active man, forty alx yeara old, and si pr? .?? m la :i member ?? ETTIE KELTRR Ure?. for ?? ?? Bath Beech, on a ?alar? if ?son a yeai He e ??.wn ..' \. w I'trecht until the count) town? were annexed lo Brooklyi but noe hi ?? ?? j ??'; Ralph \i ??. t. general manager for Tlffan) A Co., the next wltni ? I Vou have polb'emen employ? I In y?nn A \\ ? H How many and ?hit! ar?? Ih-ir name?* A ? Wi in?, two Th? ii ?? .?.??? an Pltu and ?'( Th? ) ?: ? fi m Ihe r*entraI Offici ? ? ? ' ?. ? ? i Hoe ?('.?? It ha have t ? " ? ? ? a ? . ? ? hem to watch p during Ihe ann tal hollda) rush ?? ? w. a to ihe I mmli lionera foi tb? m 1 h been o>ir custom foi man) yeara t?>? offl.?? .!? on duly from ih?? nine the store opens until it los? - \ memorandum waa produced '??? Pi Moas I n?- ll .? '--?- had t?? ?-n ?.hi for ihe service? ol two ? m? ? p named ? ade and Witoli ? . . . ? ' ' ! ?? (in I.er tl "?? ?.?I!,. 111. p ! OIFTfl G u: t?!?*. ? ?!.: ? j What was tl ' ? for? \ ? ? ?? ? g? fi Ion api?.ir ci loyi ? ? ? gifts fron il ? ? ? . ?? . ? ? mi I? yes Th? ?? look? ? after oui Int? We havi ??.!* same ihlna foi year? ll m.? ilei of buMln? sa Mr Mnai railed Ihe attenl - Ih? rnmmlllee la the ?. ili.u arrangement ??..'...?? policemen could be hired out at so much .? areeb Kenaloi Kradle) romarked that In 11171 he had ???:?? I the nassa g? of ? se?era ?< ? bj ehlch It a ?* ? lhal su. h a (hint ? ould lie David M Williams, who ?.??;? ? dryg.I? sior?? m ' Ine hur.!?. : si ' iwi ???? ilftri ? and Third ??\? , sal I that I I six ?I? tec m?? ? during thi holidays three of whom were women The names of the detectives In to?- store tin? yesr I were McMshon. Mllllken and pelamatei The wit aald ? ?elamater had been ?.mmended by l'oli? e Captain Hr..,.k? T?.'. the men gol til | ?reek, Ine other man got 11.'. Th? women got t.?.'. a wek. These were under Ihe direction of ? Ml Irving, wif?? of rx-Iletectlv? Irv.n?; Mi li. Ini.? ?,.ii beet recommended to him by Insper-toi Conlin and Captain Brook? ?j Von h.-id to mik. an arrangement with In pector Conlin before yo ? hire?! th.s?? people, did you- A No. ?.. imi you not have a conversation with In? spector Conlin before yon hire?! these delectlv? A N.i. Mrs Ette Kelter, of No '.', ''h triton ?t , was tb" next ?.?. ? t t ? ? ? -j .sii?? ia plump, has red cheek would be called pretty anywhere. Khe was married four \-i ?ns ago to \i; Keller, who la employed on ?n, Eaal River ferryboat. She aalil sl?? came to New Yoik from "?loan) on ?ugual ?0 with her husband Hhe said no one ia?l ever dared to question hei character until after Heptember ? hut, when she mei an adventure with ine police HER EXPERIENCE WITH THE POLICE ?.? What happened lo you on Bet urda y evening, September 91 ?. I went out shopping, and it about ? o'clock, owin?: to my ???-!m* in.lualnti ? with thi sir<?.:s of Ihe city, I lost my ? iy l gol confused an ? wandered about A young man In cttlsen'? drei Inaliy came up to m* and said, "Come with me.' I said. "Whal foi *" "Fot fun," h. replied. I told him I didn't warn to go with him. and hi took hold of m?? roughiy and ?Iragged me h ih? alatlon house, in ? ? loua ' ? I criod and asked the cap tain to I??: me go Rome, and tolti him thai there ha ? been a mi :?! ?. lhal ? ?.? . ? married woman and lhat I bad loel m* we) The captain laid he kn???? m.? of ui ? and acted t/er) rough!) toward me At tt... Macdougal-st station th. ? aald the) could not I keep mi overnight, as there w> no matron there, and I was taken to ihe Mercei t. station, where I w.i locked up with a woman ol ?I.tful chauctei V Whal happen? I m your ? ell? A. I had ? hemorrhage of the nose and lunga during ine night. I bled frightfully and m> celm.ate thoughl I wsa ?. ???-' to die No help came ti.i morning Then l ?.,?, taken to the lefferson Merkel Police Court, where ? bad s fainting aneli and .? Ill from ovei excitement. I suffered terribly there, bul didn't get any sympathy ?j. limi ??? tn??.? to communicate with your bus band? ?. ??.; on Saturday nlghl ? Ih. ? woul I ? .if l\ he relea ed In time t?. get home w fore him. When l lesrned ti;?? tru? state ..f .ifTmr? I seni for him M\ husband la srmeilmei awe) two ?>r thr???? night? at a time in thi morning I was brought before Judge llogan. ? ? m..ini nesi ali Ihsl wai going on, but I soon learned that l had been sentenc? ? to two month? on ihe Island I asked the Judge to be kind enough t> listen to my ?t ?r?. I scsured him I wa? a respectabli women ?u. ? ? comparative strini??! it* the 'dry, and I told him I could prove it if l wa? only allowed the op portunlt) if?- said lbs! ? bad been soliciting. I' didn't know whit th<- word meant I!?? would not iiisten to my story- M.\ husband came (?> so?? me. bul the court Officers would not let us moot The man who arrestad ma wsa the one who took tho n< w? of my being al Jeffemon Merkel to my hus? band. Ho toil m\ riuaband that ho had a good chance BOS '? gel a divorce fr un me, as I had boon arrertel for soliciting and had been sentenced to two months on the Island. A Kirl told me on th?1 nulet ih,,t if l .ould ral?.? pa to giva a lawyer l could gel dlacharged fr mi th? Islano at one??. She ?rave me th.- card of a lawyer named King. Btt* paid ?:i and didn't have to gi to th* Island, although Fhe was known as a bad woman. DID JI'STK'K HOOAM TAKK THK MONETI g- How lonn w.i?? you in prison" A Twenty? four daya Uten my hnahnnd. by paying HI to sume people In .????1?>? Hegaa'a OOUrt, got m?? re? leased. The witness said the money was paid eilher to Justice lionati or lh.? clerk of the ?oun. The tl.', waa put In ??" envelope ??nd handed to a court or Acer. q ?Are you living with vour husband now" ?.? Ves, I uin llvlrii,? WH? ????" hii|.|>lly y lidi y?iu make an i-ffurt whll,? In the Mercer at sfition to let your bus. and know ef your arrest - a ???? ? wanted (<? writ?? him a note, a woman who had char??? of Die writing materials said I would have to pa ? ??<? coni? for ?? sheet of paner, I had <>nlv two cents with mo, and they wouldn't sell me half I sheet. Thin I tried to get a boy to ??, an?! tell my husband, but the boy wanted A cents In advance before ho would do It. Diamonds and all other Precious Stones, The choicest specimens in the most artistic mountings. Theodore ?. Starr 206 Fifth Avenue, Madison Square, Then Mrs Kelter, who has every appearance of being a resepectable woman, lefl the stand, l.eer? na Bay? r, ? <;??? t:?,?n grocer, wai the next wit? ness, ll?? ?aid h? m.??!?? .? pr ?test against the grant? ing e?r ,1 license t,> a "saloon" at Twentv-flfth-Bt and Bet. nth-ave, Be) er la the man who challei ged In p>, ie?r Wtlllsms to mortal rombal The pli. he protested agalnsl wa? known as the "Devil's Dive." "RI? k Cove." and "The Hous? e.f All Na tioni " The barroom license had 1.? revoked, 1 ? aald, .?? August ::?. Iv'.?f. .because ur Iti bad character, and when he heard that another license ii. d been sepplled for he loel no time in prate ting -, 1 ???I it. on tb?? ?,t.????? I thai it would be an In? jury to his business and to th?? murals of th?? neigh? borhood ?,? Wa? the 11 rise granted? ??Ves, 1? wai egranted il??? day ' fore Thanksgiving, and In fa,??? of the fact thai tii re was a protest against It. Q What did ?.ni do? A I wenl and sa? William l'un.en, pre? leni .?? Ihe Bo 11 : ol Ex *l*e, and told him .' ? lest, He mid h? tl dn'l know any? thing ui.????? a .protest, Then I ?aw Mr Murphy, of 1 the Kx< ine Hoard, with whom I had lefl the protest. He also sal ? he ?II ln'1 know ? thing aboul any pro? l then lem.tnd? ? thai Ihey ah iw me the appll ?stloi 11 nn v? produced. Attached to it wa? mj protesi Then 1 demanded e.r Dalton an ? xpl inai Ion Hi ? ! "What will you do aboul It? Vou wouldn't take? the ice,, 1 and buti r oui of a poor man's mouth by l islng Mould you?" DALTON TOLD HIM HE COULD I?" NOTHINO. "Thla didn't satisfy me and 1 toi ? Dalton I would ego before th?? Orand Jury with th?? matter He aald the man who had the nloon waa a man of .food character and 1 luid do nothing. 1 wenl bach to ind had not 1.? there long before Peter 1: 11 ke|, the brew? r, dr ?ve up to my place and ask?? 1 me not 1?? !.. revere aboul the saloon matter. He '??i?? l ver) ?. . to me, raying thai he hai $?.???? in that 1 orner and th ei th.? man running the pia ??? was ins dumm) H. ?a 1.1 thai 11 ? m ai the leaae ex? pire ! I , oui I do as I 1 leas? 1 ih 1 H doling th?? place. 1 ? i htm of the prevlouB bad character of the place and -? ? 1 had cnKdren and dldn'l Ike the .lea of ?Ing Bubji ?? 1 !?? th?? ilghl of thieves an I prostitu? m ng and ??? ?in?? from :vi saloon ?it ill h ur? ol th? la ? an I night I nl I I had pieced the matt? r in the hand? ol m5 lawyer, Mr. Mom, earn? ? him to keep ? leceni pia,??? or I would have ?? closed up The sal? ?:? Ii running now the ?ame as bel ? ? Mark Ituckner, of No IM Porsyth-st., wa? the nexi wltnesi He denied to Mr Moss that he waa one ?>G th? p, ?? ih?) assaulted I?r. I'.irkhurst's iiK'-nv He raid he waa In the Rases Markel ?'.inn thai ii\ ?- m* ih? mob gathering ind saw a ??? ? ?:.-?. her make ?? rush al ? man I mai 1 ?me I Drej fuse pull 1 Rchucher awa) tndree ?'? vai the next ?line???? He is su? perintendent : th? s riet) for the? Prevention of ? 'rime H? ? >| 1 abom ? 1 on Dr. ? irkhurst'i ? .t l?'?:. and bow h. called on ? :;?? ? .????..? ? l<yrnes and hane.cd to him a Usi ? ? mob iv e lineai said ? ? ?? arrest? I and seni to ihe Esses Mir k< ? ? ll< -? ? in b? f re .1 isti?.? Ryan, wh?. dls ? ?.?. M 1 noi m ik?? ? cim 1 he f wai ? be the ? ? implaln l?i: \\n.>'?\s EXPERIENCE R? ? Dr lohi \ H WII ?n, pastor of ihe 1 . ? Street Mel t Episcopal < 'virch. was Ihe nexi an! Ih??? wltneBi ll- raid he bad ?.? ?? G New-York e A Ml M ?ai ?. ? ? ? ? ? ci.? ??.?? wit'i hi? efforts ?'? rombal vie? Dr w - ? rea?l a . his experl? ,'.'?.!?!?. e.? 1 iterted rlth e " I? ; In the poll ???" A V?? .it: I I ci\? 'h. p? ? long and pilbn! ' ll ?\?? ???? the ram.vi ?? ??.??? ??>?.? I \ Vei cal ',? ? '.? have : ? :? re proml \ I wouldn't say thai s?; ????.?!? m Byrnes has al wa) ? ? ????,?:?|.???. in?? ? ompia ni ? 11 ?? made to him ??? ' fi ?, say lhal no ?atlafartory I as a r< s-?? 11 .?f t hi ??? . l?r Wilson ?aid (hai Captain Donohue "played" h',111 fi ? hah mai ?.?.?.? ke 1 ti ? ? h?? had a ? il evil "I ti ? thai <; ' I Mmlghty's pian 1? the onl) I plan, s nel thai la, 'Th? >? sbili ? e.i ' I have no doubl but all disorderly m t- ? 1 -? I?r Wilson -. 1 lhal if th.dal ? ? il arere "lo?allsed" 1? would be s tep toward doing awa> ?\iib marriage The dlsoi Ieri) house* ?rere "on lh? run" ind ?hould t,?? k? |.t koih; He wa? of the opinion lhal Ihe great majority of fallen a men ? "??? i I?? redeem? 1 ??Doni ? ? >?? believe liootor." aald Benator Mra, ?? ?. .. thai I would b? ? - ?od thing if the si.it.? provided e horn? for thesi t..,? .r creatures?" ibtedl) so,' p ? II? ? ? t Wilson The wltnei believe?! lhal a law should be pai ? ? Imposing heav) in.? ? property owner who leas? ? hi propert) for dlsorderl) purpoeei A Iona ?Hin-usslon then followed is to tt?.? ?..??? n.. .: ' ?? siippresslni ? ?? social evil Henator ???'.?mi'.r s .1 i 'b? ? ???????''??? ?,?? enxlOUfl t-> ge| Il bad b? en ask? I :?> report on the aiibjee t t.. the legislature, Brtiator Bradley though) n would be ? ?.I idea to have the public pn ? nk I ingestioni from person? wh?? had stud ed ihe qui st?on An Bdjournmenl was then taken until ??."o a. Ill I?? ia] MR BYRNES SHOULD BE EXAMINED. Id: I'ARKIII B8T ANXlUt'S TO IIAVg Till: Bl PER? I.VI'l ???.? ON THB slAM' THB COM Mili ? ?: |fl ? , .in.; G?? ? ill ? ?. Wt ?UK The Rev. Dr Parkhural Mid last evening, In hi? home ?? ? :.? -1 Thlrty-flfth-st., that he ?Had no) oh ? anything to make htm be'levi thai thi Lexow <?..mnilt:.??? had iwerved from the line which had ?,, ? falthfull) followesd In Ihe polio Investigation. "When the committee '.une? here," h?? raid, "l wis Inclined lo think tb??! there w-.is room !?<- lusplclon, im? I waa long ago convinced "f the ? arneetneaa and devotion of the committee, I have ahBoIute con? ??.? m??? in Mr ' ? ?t I know thai he has ?.n w >? 11 ? ??\ persisten) work, bul he is nk i\ to eel .? brilliant period Bl the end of the Investigation The prepai ? tlon need? I for Ihe examination of a wltnesi ?ik.? police Huperlntendenl Byrnei meem .? greet deal of hard work, bul I ?lull be disappointed if Mr, Byrnei is n,,? called t., the wltn chair and subjected te? a searching ?xamlnatlon. If there Ii u failure t.? call M- Byrne? bi i witness, ? may noi lose faith In the committee, bul I sb.iil ?v aboul for se.m.? tlm.? with mi Ihttrrogatlon mark in my head. Consider? ing thai Mi Byrnei hai been connected with the police ? ?. p.irini. nt for a third ?>f a centunr, and tti.it under in- rule the department hai reached It? highest slate ol powei and Iti I?>>???<! depthi "f cor? ruption I- know of no man ?vii" is 11 ? < ? r - deserving ,,? the m-Tciiessnes? of Mr. fPiff Then there ar. ONE OF THE lil'i MEN" MAV BE <?N THE Inspectors Williams and McLaughlin t<> be heard from "Tb?!?? ? talk now of having the Investigation by the Lexow Committee continued next year, and l nm ni.id I" hear It. ? whs talking lo-da) with ?? promlneni cltlsen, who v.ik?? .>f the advlaaMllty of calling a knass-meetlng to voice tin public demand for havlnp 'be- Investigation continued by the com? mittee, a-, ? I think I would be In favor of such a Rwetlng " ' _ ?BIO MEN" MAV BE ON THK STAND. Counsel" anil members e(f the bi'xow Committee declined .o tell yesterday or last evening if Super Intend?^! Byrnee, Inapeetora Williams anil Mc? Laughlin <m Ivli'-e Commissioner Martin would be called to testify before the committee this Week, but th?r?? was some reason to think that one of the four men might be In the witness chair ?oon, pooetbty to-day. A Tribune reporter wa? told last evening by a man whe? has been close to the committee that Important teetlmony by one of the officiala named might certainly ba exp?-<-te?i thi? week, and that th, committee miifht ?it on Satur? day to allow I he testimony ? be completed. The aires! of Mrs. Evelyn Bell in New-Jersey. It whs declare?!, weiiilel be followed by her spee.ly appaer? ora as ?? witness, ami ?he u expected to give aome startling testimony concerning officials in ?h?? I'oiiie? Deportment, on,i, WILL mav?: to stand triai,. Mis? H??nnah Itosentbal. of No 3K> Ka?t Ktghtleth si. preferred char*??* lu-for?? Inspector WBMssss at fullee 11,?..???|???? ? r.r-, Ye-"er.l.i> nualniel Patrolman Tboasaa (MM, ?>( tt??? Kifth-st. station. (till is tha policemen win?, on lust Friday night, arrest??.1 Miss RooenthSl In Second eve, and charK'-'l ? her with soliciting. In thp Ksse-x Market Court the feille)wlng day the girl wa? dischargee!. She denied the chSTgeS made by the policeman and said ho had aske-d her to accompany him to a hotel. Miss itorenthal told her story before the Lexow Committee on Tueeday. Policeman QUI was summoned before Inspector WHIfiuns yeaterday and confronted by Miss Rosen? lh.il and her f.ithor. She Immediately identified him as th?? man who had arrested bor. The In? spector entertained h<*r complaint, and mil will have to stand trial before the Commissioner?.. Miss Rosenthal made affidavit in Complaint ?'lork Peier son's offlc? that dill arrested her on ,? false charge, and that ho mido an Improp.-r proposition t> her. Tho trial will In ?II probability take place next Wednesday. ? -?. LICBKEB Ol?* THK HOTEL tortoni KKVOKE1) The case of August I?. Louis, tho Lexow witness and lessee of the Hotel Tortoni, at Nos. 161 and Ml Lexington-ave., was called for final action by the B? ts?? Board yesterday. Louis did not appear, but his counael, Solomon Herri, was on hand. After some talk about the non-appearance of Louis, Mr. Herri went out of the room, and tho board revoked Ihe license, and sent a messenger to instruct the police to ?loso the place at once. RA IL HO A D I ??? li E STS. OBJECTIONS TO TMK OLCOTT-BARLE PLAN. MUI'TIN?, f.y TUP HAI'.TSlli'HNi: ????????? III?' RBAMKO?TALK i.l? JOHN ?. AN'A.MAI'I.It TOR PRESIDENT. The Hartshorns Committee of the Reading road, compos??! of tbe stock and boodhoidera opposed to the present management of the road and to the Olcott-Esrle Committee's plan of reorganization, met at No. 10 Broad-et yesterday. The following objection.?? to tho plan were presented by Isaac I.. Rice and received the hearty approval of the meet? ing: Piral 'l'hit the itatemenl of esrnlnga set forth in th?? prospectus Is erroneoui snd deceptive, and that ? plan based upon it must pro??? delusivo; second, thai the plan contemplates sn Indefinite extension of the receivership, and make? no provision to re ?tore Hi.mpany to ?olvency; third, th?- bond? aaaentlng to ti.?? plan are, sa soon as deposited, affici,-i hy six contracta to which the aaaentlng bondholders, th? committee, two syndicate?, tha re? ceiver? and the company are parties, and the com? mittee haa the right to enter into other contracts which may affect th?.?? h.n.i? Thus assenting bond.? ?..?,? entirely their character of bonds, and are converted Into obligation? depending for th? lr right?, not on recorded mortgage?, bul upon those mort? gagee a? varied by Instrument? already executed, and ?neh ,,.? may in futur?? >. ? executed by th?- com? mittee; foui tb. that by reason of the prospectus ac? companying the j -?.? r? and th.ntract entered Into by th? c. mmlttee with the receivers and th?? com? pany, charges amounting to over 11,000,000 per an? num are givi ? superiority over th?- aaaentlng mort? gage and Income bonds, and other chargea to an un? Im '? ? amount may in future In ilk?? manner be preferred by future contracts. By this means aa? aentlng mortgage and Incom? bonds lose their r?? apectlve prioritlea, and thus ar?? postponed to third Income bonds, tl ft li. tha: the plan, oy considering ,,. isaeta ?,,???,??? third Income bond? not issued for tantlal valu??, recognise? the right claimed by the company to Issue thirl income bond.? to any amount for any nominal consideration. Thus, the third inc.,m?? bond? and the securities postponed to them ar?? rendered valueie??; and as those bonds ar?? the only Issue which can f??? Increased for the capital requirements of the company, the destruc? tion of their valu?? renders Impossible the recupera? tion of the company under it? present organisation; sixth, that the plan ani the contracts air?:? ly en? tered into under it cany with them the approval of th?? application of funds of the company to stock speculations and t?. purposes prohibit??! by the In? come bonds, amounting to m..r?? than tl0.(W.00f), and thus not only Jeopardise th?? possibility of obtaining a res toi a tlon of (ho funds this applied, bul actually establish ;h?' rl?ht to such application in the future which riiiht cannot but totally destroy tbe credit of the compel > It I? understood that the Hartshorno Committee will try to place John Wanamaker at th?* head of the company. The Harris management Is said to h o! l enough proales to win the election. THK IMMIGRANT RATE WAR \ BTORY PROM CHICAGO THAT IT IS ENDED NEWS TO STKA.Msmi? MKN HERE. Chicago, Dee. It.? Private advices received here leal evening brini?? th?? important Information that th?? severa struggle for supremacy on Immigrant ocean traffic between the silled Continents! ocean lit?.??? on the one aide and the powerful British, or rath-r Liverpool Uni I, on tbs other, ha? been terminated by th?* formation of a pool between the lines Interested The w,r has been in pr..Kr*s? for m .r?? than -? v? ir past, the Oerman line? forcing down thi Immigrant rat? s ?.? and from British snd Amerlcai ports, and the English lines hitting heck by reducing the rate? to an ? from Continental ports to I nosl n.'nilii il lU'.r? ? .lam?*? a, Wright, jr.. of the American I.ino, ?aid t ? Tribune reporter la?; nlghl regarding the r?? i rti ? pool "I hare no hnowledge whatever ro gardlng such a dispatch. Nothing ha- been done ?? Mr? tlon "ti Ihi? aide of the ocean, and if i:i\rh ng decisive iva? been .lone on th?? other side l aurei] w .ui I have beard of It. Matters .?*?? simply in stat ? quo." COMMENT ON THK POOLING ???.. ? ? Thome* presiden) ..f th?? New-Tork, Lake Erie ani Western Railroad Company? ?eld yester ? In speaking of the Patterson Pooling Mil ps ? ? b) the House on Tui -la\ ? d.. aol think pooling is going to be a cure for all our <?\!|? i.?, anv mean? It w .? step, however, In tb? righi dir?? tlon. and out of it agreement? will n. doi'bt be formulated leading to better inalntena.? rate? and better earnings. There must ???? however. Improvement In our traffic ? ?? before ihe Pooling bill ? an be made ef? fective Th???..? method? are at? n as they hav? been for the laal twenty-five veer?, We hav? lm pruved the physical and mechanical condition of ? ?or railroad? to .? wonderful extent -? much m lhal ar? er? able to move freight and peaaengera a? .? lower .?"-? than an) other country In it??* world, but our rutll?? method? are relics ..f the dark an??? What we ?.I In connection with th?* Pooling bill la application to th.? railroad business of hones; commercisi Integrity and steadily mora of H G li To.Id. general Ira!!!'- manager of th?? trVi Bl Shore sal ? ? think the public has a mistaken idea about pooling. I do not believe under any pooling agreement the rates would be advanced above present rates Th?? merchant will be benefited aa well as the railroads a? unter a pooling agreement Ihere win t.ity one rate to ever) one. Inder the present .??stem it is unfair t.. the small skipper, but ii th ? atteraon smendmeni becomes s law, ? h?? will sh.ue equally with the largest shipper, lia. h mad .vin be trying to excel its competitors In servi????, and the merchant will derive the most benefit, as he will g>?! bis goods quicker, knowing that all line? charge the aam? rate ????? railroad? will reduce natile expenses s little as they will dispense with s good many agenta but th?? reduction will b.ily about ! per cent. I look for a grsdusl restoration of business Just as soon a? ih?? amendment become? .?? law, bui do no! look for any boom in business; we don't want any; we hav had enough. A gradual renewal of confidence among the shippers knowing that ibeir competitors ar?? not getting letter rates will be of great benefit to all concerned. ? ?? TRUNK LINE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Th?? Trunk Line Executive Committee met in this ill' yesterday. Th?- question of westbound pas seiiKor rates and the payments of commissions was considered, it was decided to leave the sub (ect to the decision of the Trunk l.in?? presidenta, who will ?.? in thi.urse of the month. The meeting developed the fact that the question of commissions is nearer settlement than ever before. FOB HIE RELEASE OF URS. FITEGEBALD. THE n'Oli A ? WHO KILLED CARRIR PEARSALL BAIO TO IIA.i: ???????? HER REASON. In the Supreme Court, Brooklyn, yesterday Judge Cullen granted an order for the showing of cause why Mr- Catharine M Fitzgerald should not be released from tif?? Sfate Homeopathic in?.in.? Asy? lum, In Middietown. She v..is tried m thla city sev? eral months at*.? for the murder of ('arri?? Pear? .?.?ll and acquitted on Ihe ground of Insanity, and seni to the asylum by Judge Cowing. She haa r? covered her reason. Il .s said, and her husband, John J. Pltsgerald, petitions for her release. ? ???? ? To BUILD SMIPS AT ELIZADETBPOBT. LEWIS NIXON, LATE SUPERINTENDENT ?>F CRAMPS', LEASES THK CRESCENT IKON WoHKS UIIPTARO ?? THAT PLAI y. The lease of the fresconi Iron Works Shipyard at BTJsebethport to Lewi? Nixon, late superintendent of the Tramps' Shipyard, for a period of five yeara. was signed yesterday afternoon at Philadelphia by .Miller F. Moore, the business manager for the S. L. Moore dons' Company, who own the plant. The yard only was leased. The yard has a water frontage of oser 400 feet on the Kills, and at high tide there Is twenty feet of water at this point, li was opened In 1890. The most important work turned Mil from the yard was the ?'rulser Bancroft, fur the United States Oovern? ment. The sehooner-yachl Baserai I. for President J. Rogers Maxwell, of the Jersey l'entrai ltailr>ad, whs th.? last lioat built at the yard. It Is said that tho firm raed? little on Its work for the Oovernment, having to take tin* Jobs Si a low ligure. About a year ago the plant was shut down, owing to there being n?. orders on hand, and It haa re? trained Idle ever ni?ee thon. Mr. Nixon had his eye on It. however, a.?? a suitable place to carry on the business, and ho has been ????;..?ialini; for Its leas? ii.-.i r? \ a veer He leal Inspected U on Thanksgiving l ?av. .md then the arrangement? for us trans?.?: t.? him were virtually agreed upon. It was understood ?>n the part of the .Moores that nothing was to be made public until the lease had been sinned. Tho news, however, got out In Philadelphia. When the yard will he started up Ik a uues'lon the Moores could not answer last ulj-ht. A NEW DISCOVERY BY THE SHAKERS. I'"?r mot" than a hundred years the Mount Lebanon Shakers have studied the cultivation ? of medicinal plants, and se.ught to extract from them th'ir healing essences. Their labor has not been spent in vain They nave made a discovery that will prove a Westing to mankind. | It consists of a cordial that causes Immediate ; relnf ?n cases of indigestion The importance j of this discovery will be apparent when we ? r.-allze that nearly nine-tenths uf all our suffer , ings are caused by dyspepsia or Indigestion. j Nearly every person you meet has this digestive ; trouble ln some of its varied forms?sick head I ache, distress after eating pain and fulneas In the chest after eating, palpitation of ths heart, etc., are but symptoms of Indigestion. To relieve these sufferings has been the study of the Shakers, and they have succeeded. The reason the Shaker Digestive Cordial has such an Im? mediate salutary effect Is that it causes the food eaten to b<> dlg"sted. fe?r It le undigested food that causes the distress. The cordial causes the food tu b?? digested b-fe>re there Is time for it to ferment an?! sour on the stomach. When the food Is se? digested It gives strength and vigor to the feeble body, makes one feel bright and cheer? ful. an?i makes one gain ln flesh. The Digestive Cordial Is s?> prompt ln its action that the vcy first de>se will have a perceptibly favorable result. It gives Immediate relief. in order to prove this statement small trtsl bottles placed in the elrugglstH' hands, which l'an b<> obtained for ten cents each. This trial bottle will have a decided beneficial effect, and will satisfy any one that the Cordial ls adapted te? his case. After a trial give praise to the Shakers of Mount Lebanein. iff, Y. nUSIC ft, CHRISTMAS. ??????? Music, Music Book?, Musici? I Literatura, Ineluillna all Ihe popular, operatic, choice, classic aad sacred COBipeoltlOBB. anel ?'hrlstman Memi?? Oarola ?????* ("aiiia'ns Anthems Duetto Operettas yuan??!* Trias by the best authors In e??< h ,|ass. The iinest, most etMeprekeeahre and LARGEST STOCK HW.IOS, | M \M)l?l.l>s. 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Two speeches on bi? metallism were deliver???! at the banquet of the Denver Manufacturers' BxchSBga last nicht, luv! Holmes, of Burnley, England, chairman of th?? Parliamentary CoaBSBlttee of Trades' I'nlon ?".?tigress of the United Kingdom, speaking on the t.?.ist. "Bimetallism anrl Wage-earners." said: Thinking men account for present trade depree ??iein by the appreciation of colei conse<juent upon demonetization of Bllver in 1SJ>3 ani since. If silver is restore?! to Its former position, It will revive trade ami commerce the world over. Public opin? ion ln England has recently grown rapidly on the subject, ami textile-workers and others are co? operating with the Bimetallic Lea.g_e. Bimetal? lism will be an Important factor at the next Brit? ish general election In 1895. and will be a ten quee tlon In Lancashire and other constituencies for Parliamentary candidates. Wharton Barker, of Philadelphia, on speaking of "Bimetallism .and Manufactures." said, among other things: Professors of political science ln Great Britain, men in the front rank in Europe and America, favor bimetallism. The opposition comes from money-lenders. The demonetization of silver has contracted the world's money almost one-half, and appreciated gold to the great advantage of the creditor class and th?? dumage and ruin of the debtor class. The proposed plan of bank cur rene-y set forth in Presi.lent ?Cleveland's message sh.eu!?! I??? <?npose?l by ever.\ citizen who has the welfare of the people at heart. Bimetallism muit be restore.l by independent action by America, and can I?.? whenever the people arc determined to have financial as well as industrial independen???; aban? don British ivl'l monometallism, as they have done with British free traile, whenever they know the difference between American policy and an allea policy. He suggestee] that America admit silver from Am.T.. u u mines to cniiitige upon payment et seigniorage, absorbing three-fourths of the differ? ence between the London nrlce and the coinage value, and that foreign silver be admitted for coinage at a seigniorage absorbing all the differ? ?nee between the London price and OOlBSfS.