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   World (Newspaper) - December 22, 1899, New York, New York                                Weather IJTorecaBt GINERAIiLY UCfCESS pllows the use Sundy World forTo Use 3 Continue Aonday Tuesday Weather Forecast GENERALLY Circulation Books Open to pLAN your next weeks ad Include the Sunday Begin Sun Use 3 and 7 Time Money makers for advertisers liy the Press Publish ius STeir York NEW DECEMBER CEXT In Greater New York a nil Jersey CKMTS nutHlilc of Greater Jieiv York and Cltj anil on A prince and Rep im of 1897 His lint Mn Docsnt Idlonyncrnn In the prosecution in the that theiaytian Threatens to Up One of His people of this city are greatly alarmed over what Is thought to be Ger manys second attempt to bulldoze tho Haytian Government within two The German warship Nixe entered this port She has a crew of 350 Bailors and marines and mounts seven teen Tho authorities of Haytl are Involved In a dispute with the German as they were In when a commander anchored his war ship in tho trained his guns upon the and compelled an uncon ditional surrender to his arbitrary de Tho contention today Is believed by Haytian patriots to affect the very ex istence of their right to selfgovern A German resident named Tippen hauer recently took a case at law be fore the local civil The court threw it out on the ground that It had no The German Consul became highly in dignant at this He declared that the court had no right to render such a and that If it persisted In re fusing to adjudicate such matters a special court should be established at the legation to pass upon lawsuits be tween subjects of Germany living in The Haytian authorities protested against this and the people of the by this time had become thoroughly sustained them It was declared In the press and in public meetings that the establishment of such a court as was threatened by the German Consul would reduce the nation to the system of subserviency enforced in the Levant and other pars of the Ottoman was also assertad It would a direct violation of the Monroe doc and that the United whlc shown so many evidences of friend ship for wmild not stand Idly b and permit such highhanded proceei Ings oh the of Matters were in this critical concUtlo when the warship Nixe steamed into th It was the day before the nmiil versary of the threatened hombardmen of the town by the other German war ship two years and this remark able fact added to the alarm of It seemed to them that Ui Germans had purposely selected this daj to repeat Hnytls Another thingwhich causes th people to connect the arrival of th Nixe wibh the case of wh has been employed as a civil englnee by tho government of Is the re membrance of his attitude at tho tlm of the affair of when he stronglj espoused side of One Luders at that time had been im prisoned for several in spite o the demand of Count th tihen German Minister at PortauPrince without beingbrought to PInallj two school ships of the German navy which were cruising in West Indlat received orders to proceed ti Commandant Thlcle dropped ancho In the harbor An ultimatun was sent to the Haytian authorities gi HARD HIT BY THE Reports Almnt n IliR n Many disquieting reports wore circu lated In Wall street yesterday about dif ficulties of big houses that arc struggling to survive the effects of the recent One bigfinancial Institution which Is Intimately associated with some very large enterprises recently floated was named as among those whose condition Is regarded as quite It Is that It will obtain as sistance today ana weather the The Wall street district has been hard and Santa Glaus will be more nig gard than is his wont in many a mansion In the millionaire district this Christmasj It Is said that a leading Jewelry house has had over worth of Christmas order cancelled this The same Is true of houses in other lines of business patronized by the The department report an unprecedented The moder ately well off da not speculate extensive and the country outside of Wall street Is full X i Little Jacob Ford Was Buried in a CaveIn and His Father Dug Madly to Release TOO LATE TO CHEAT NEWEST OF BRIDGE He Saved and Child from What Seemed Sure Special to The Worlil Strong nerves and rare presence of mind saved Frank Galnes and his llttlj child from death Near Lawrenceburg is a Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern 200 which swings over a ravine feet At Intervals of twenty feet are crossbeams extending one foot be yond each side of the trestle Galnes started nut for a walk with his He was halfway ovor the trestle with the little one In his when he heard the whistle of the and the next instant saw u train coming rapidly around a curvo but a short distance At a glance he saw that he would not have time lo reach the other side or retreat to starting point before the train would be upon To hesitate was to bo struck and hurled to certain Two feet away was one of the ciosg With a bound he was upon Leaning far out upon the end h steadied himself while the train swep past He could feel the hot slea scorch Once more on solid ground he sal Three Policemen Worked Desperately in he but Dug in the Wrong FATHER WORKED WITH BARE Mother nitcl Grnndmother Fninted When He Struck Body of Dying1 iriH First Tlor ing them only a few hours ant the German suns were trained on the The Haytlans Com plete satisfaction was given to tho Ger and an indemnity was paid to State Depart mfii nnn No XOTVH o Nixies Arrival ill Port nil fSjioclal to Tho State Department has received no advices rel ative to the arrival the German war snip Nixe at Port on LTPTOIT A REARCOMJlffODOBE Sir ThnmiiH tlie Unanimous Choice of Itojjil Ulster Yncltt Sir Thomas Liptoi has been unanimously elected Heai Commodore of the Royal Ulster Yach ExSenator Agrert the oldest United States Senator now who has been Indisposed for several is now dangerously ill and the end Is not far He Is ninetyeight years of He Is a soundmoney 7 II andOrKStia 10 8 stonsl Situations v li 10 INDEX TO 3 i C Auction V 1 11 Banklncanrf 9 3 Board 4 Jiuiiiniss 7 Iropurty to 9 8 CojuhrlM 4 Suliools 1 1 1 7 1 Election 8 fi Employment U European B Flats nut Ajutrtmenld to 1 Ior 6 EurnhheiiltoriniaVVBiiteillO 3 1 Help 1 B 1 ti IiitcreiL ami Dividend p 6 1 7 I i Una ExUte Kesl Ebliitu for Manllftttfui 9 8 9 8 Uiooklju II Island 9 8 Nrw Jerwy 9 Oiitot Cliy 9 8 EsUte 9 H Kesl KslMe to Exch tn 9 8 ItelLiims Niilicis 7 H HUiistiom IV 1 in G Sportsmens unods 8 7 Unfurnished to Let 98 lloonin Wanted 10 2 9 7 XMAS LED HER TO A Her Frlcnda Dcclnrt Swindled Tlicm to Iltiy to Tho Ellen Grace beautiful and Is In police station charged Is an member of wealthy family In Nort She tearfully denies any In tent to She obtained money an jewelry from women Th money she borrowed to buy presents for Tho jewelry shi obtained on credit to send to To enable her to send to her relative for money with which to defend he case a continuance was granted by Jus lice So nervous chagrined was she a having been locked up in a police station that when she was called for to go t court the young woman and hearing of her case had to be postponcc until she Emma Belle who swore ou the warrant for the arrest of Mlsf was present in with two other to SAVED GIRL FROM Ilnrc Her from Ilallroiul Truolc ns Trillii Itimhoil the risk of his own life John Hare to day saved a young girl from being ground to death under the wheels of i Tho Rirl was walking along the rail road and failed to notice an proachlng train until It wa salmost upor In her hurry to off the her foot got wedged between plank and the Her screams attracted the altontlon of who succeeded in pulling her Heal of the track just as the train thundcrec Hare vas warmly congratulated foi his STUMBLED OVER Dniizlc Frlifhtoned Wlien Ho Foiiiul What It to This NEW soppo Ganzio stumbled over what ho thought a dozen sticks of kindling wooc the shed of n tenementhouse or yranklin containing sixteen fam this He started to kick the sticks to one when he noticed mat t wasnt He had never seen any thing like so he took it in his hands ind carted it down to the They informed him that it was giant each stick eighteen inches If an explosion had occurred It would have blown the tenementhouse ind the business blocks for a quarter a mile into a shapeless Ganzie ran like a deer for home when what his armful of kindling wood really It is sunposed the dynamite was stolen from Consolidated Rall supply houses and left In the snod ill the thief returned for JKFKBHSON DAVISS lomiiiTiiilou Service for Confederate Veterans in Special to Tlie Tyler as received tho following letter from Jefferson Davis I send today a communion service vlth the linen proper for Its and eg you to present It to the veterans of he home In the name of a few Confed rates who honor their steadfast he proud memory of which time cannot We had hoped to offer It on the rthday anniversary of Harry falling to receive It In re make it a Christmas offering to the and ask Gods blessing upon ach and every one at Xo Doubt About Jt rvlce on the Pennsylvania Short ne to and SU See Digas he might with his bare hands Patrolman Frank of the Cninr sle Police could not save his hoy The little Jacib thirteen years choked death In a that had caved though three policemen and the father worked like demons to save Boys had ployed hookey from school of lieiiry Charles and James They heard that the truant officer was on their track and re solved dig a cave In thn sandbank where they were playing near the cor ner of Roekawuy avenue Avenue where the railroad At 1 they had tunneled fifteen feet under the bank and felt safe from Ford was inside tho other four boys were Thev called to him to come Ill be out right bo These were his last Tho next moment the hank caved in and burled the boy from Fast us their foot could take thorn the four hoys ran to the Canarsie police only a few foot Gasping for breath Ihoy told their Holmels sent Policemen Fullerton and Seifort to the sand hank on the It all looked They couldnt loll where to begin and every moment was piec Dig yelled and for ten minutes they pulled at the yielding with the energy of Hu thoy were In the wrong Moan while the boys father had 1 was his day and ho had heard th commotion as he sat at home In hk dilp wildly at the and he was In the right place There were traces of the boys cave h suddenly strtlclc Dig dig he tearing macllj at the shifting Suddenly he came upon senseless body tumbled nut of th The boy was blue with suffocation and quite though yet Just thon Ihe mother and grandmother of tho lad ran frenzied with They fainted at tho A tlnyheav of the chest and life went Two doctors worked long over the bul to no Death was due to suffocation and Tenderly the father carried his his firstborn of to tho saddenec Hidden In the closet were many Christmas presents for the lad that his father had hoped to surprise him There will be a funeral on Christmas Day instead of a and the piano that had been brought home to surprise the lad for his had rout for be silent and FOB A HOLY Pope CirnntH Privilege of Mlrtiil MUNHCN on New YeiirH Archbishop Corrigan yesterday sont to the clergy of his diocese a letter relative to the celebration of the great lubllee of the Holy lie recognizes as the last of the Appended to the which will be in all the Roman Catholic churches in this city on is the decree of the Pope by which he grants to all churches In the world the unprecedented of mlrlnlght mass and solemn ex losition of the Blessed Sacrament for Sew Years and New Years Ihus recognizing the opening of the century in The letter con tinues In accordance with timehonored tlie Holy Pother lias sent to th Mshops of the world two Important documents hearing on the In the irst lie for the time all the other indulgences actually n as well aa tho special faculties delegated to ordinaries of so that at this season particularly Home should be the great fountain of mercy ind spiritual favors for the Catholics of the entire The second document graciously ex ends to religious men and women living n to the the and to others who are physically unable to make the pilgrimage to the prlvi ege of gaining in the place of their actual abode the plenary indulgence ol he Holy I JAMES TAYLOB A Treasurer of WnRiier Pnlnce Car Company Dunn Secretary and Treasurer of the Wagner Palace Car com mitted suicide shortly before noon to day by cutting his throat with a razor n his room at the Graf ton Death vas almost He had been 11 for seme time as the result of ervous and it is believed nat the act was while labor ng under temporary He came lere Saturday accompanied by his Is brother and a A close watch had been kept over mt when left alone for a moment to he killed Taylor slxtytwo years ilnce the formation of the Wagner Pal Car nearly thirty years he had held the position of secre ary and He married a daugh er of Webster founder of the with two sons and a narried survive He ved at 352 Now ork In alckncK and In It cant be Ocrstlej u Merrill Conillt Bell 1L V ENGLAND IS CATCHING ITS j Shoots at Her Home the Man She Attempted to Assault BULLET THROUGH HIS Victim and a Companion Pursued Her to the House and Finally Smashed Their Way Says Wall Street Manipulations Cannot Stop the March of Bus iness THERES TOO MUCH Afier he Firsl of Ilic Thin Flurry Xot nl Tlin 10 Emit Casey to Be Sent to the Island to Be if of EVER A PREY TO Hi SH JilNl UN o fo II Down I Tnlllo II r Apt o Prcpnre in iMl is In Sireilil to Tho thirtysix years of of Wipt wus shot and killed at today by Miss TAzxlc In lur She alleged he was attempting o repent minded slump in stocks will mil havetin least effect on general ImslniSs said Senator Manna The coun try Is in excellent his there will Uno Idup in It is not possible in always ar range to meet re Ivo lint there is money siilliriem to aronmnio liite the business After iho first of the year this Hurry will not brre On Her Horns Stage at Georgian Court She Wins All THE FETE MOST Many of the Select of the Four Hundred Jon in Applause of Her Fine assault She fired at him four tln verSpeciilnfIiiy fniiNoil Iinili after hn was jumKll Thc nro M hnld Ihroiifrh the Hi wnx found jnwr lie an th n outaldo with a small in ault Hcpuhlican and MI IK left b JUHL nbovo thr The place where the shoofintc occurred Is knows as thn Willard It Is nn a Innelv rond about miln from that it will not bring1 Does this with vnur Certainly This prescnl tho electric railway and half a mile from llils nothing to do with actual i li ii Ihe nearest It Is the of oversiiTili It is occupied by tho Morse family tirjn and will not ho I am William her three ami thron The two i What will the Senates action mi daughters are KlertH and Currency bill she slarted Shortly after 1 The Senate will pass the lilll ihe abseiit V1X Flst I In rfpirds dfHcriln months now he fiten trying1 I rt I ii hut to no fie stick lo one thins for to Tli was in August last the author f first heard of He d thratr I en 1m JIH y11 hut fnr the life him ho rniembcr his in UK ti where he Xcxl day all eamn hi k to him nd llicy him rhn he lurgni it jrn liniiie and lunied up at tho smilhif and appareitly perfect mnd ly Hut next day h was in a de lirium and month to him en he was sent home but the was as as a paver by and when he 11 In work he was apt to forget he 1 nf their houseparty by a hospitality that was on a seale un surpassed In tlie annals of New York SIH and George Gould tnnlKht their greatest social ruder the roof of their beautiful maii irKiin was gathered the f tliat body known as the social set of the Kveryihiim passed oft without a when the tired Kucwts in the early htiuitt of the monihiK dispersed the Gould cnier alumni i was voted uno of tho most KurpCfUis ever The theatrical portion of the evenings The Bank Chosen as the Depository for All Internal Revenue MAY BE At Present Rate the Bank Will Gain Hundred Thousand Dollars Week by Lending Government Fundsi DEPOSITS ALREADY Most Notert Financiers Men of the Country Repre sented In Board of National City Bank hag tieea chosen by the Government as tha tie1 pository for all interal revenue This selection was made yesterday byr Secretary Gage pursuant to his last Tuesday to relieve strinI It means that all the Govern ments revenue received from taxes on malt the nations revenue except customs in be deposited dally In this one to be distributed among other or loaned at as the tlonal City Bank directors These deposits will amount to nearly a It is The bank pays no Interest to the Government for the use of the but it must de posit United States bonds with tha United States Treasurer as security for the The bank then receives not only the use of the publics money free of but the Interest onthe bonds ns The National City Bank already has on It is closely al lied with the Standard Oil Trust and the Sugar Its directors include William William Douglas Sloane and Walter of the Vanclerbllt Robert of Morgan Jacob of Loob the of the Union the chief heir of late and Samuel So farreaching has been the of this great bank In the recent financial strain that It was with the keenest in terest that Wall street heard late terdiy afternoon the bank had been made practically the financial agent of the President Stillman confirmed the but said that he could not estimate the amount the bank would receive from the From other sources It learned tbat the dentsitswere not likely to fall below a Not snce President Jacksons historic light with the United States more than sixty years has any one national bank attained a position of such paramount Importance and power In the business community as the Na tional City Bank now As money commands j per upon the best security just now a Govern ment deposit of a week addn a week to the profits of the for Ibo She had not far when sic snw two men coming tuv ard her on loss of On our side there are nl meaibir and in pound u e and I do not f KH JJo wnnlrl 1 Hi navlpp hlofkH till he tarimnu Mitertalnmcrtt wns onMrelr iiftiT Then Jie used to re for the first time since her appeared before the footliRhls nrt perfectly well Ibink the opposition will uunecessarilv They called out to uslnp nsull Inpr Of course they will have meaning to go Lc She became and aNnu He was on iho bill f us ls It n I1 rin n ab in a all and received with unbounded un ran the men cliiso Iji She as sh nfareil the and her folks ran lo the dmir ami lot her The tried to but door was locked upon They then wont to the windows nn Ihc northuaHt side of tho house and tried to raise them Kufuii and Warren who are In feeble wore Inside and they offered such assistance as thev could assisted by the Icent the men out until near All of that time theywerc bombarding tho They There Is a report to the effort you will not continue as National Chairi work liavliix When bo sat man and that Senator Quay will bo your i down to Ills meals he farunt all I have not hoard of It lias always been the cuntnin bat no man ahall serve them and olten under tiniMjnossion it was If ho look a be slarlort to drinii iln as National Chairman for two conseeui forgetting all bis smashed nearly all of the Klass In four Dr live windows with A window In the second story was smashed with i which Electa said Perry threw at some weighing fix or elulit which were thrown lhrough the were picked up About 4 oclock who was the more determined of the smashed In the window In he northeast back the piano which stoad lust nslde and jumped He made a rush for Klecta and she tried to evade him and ran put the door to tl lie front Perry then tried to grab when she saw him force an aot revolver and a crociuet He wrenched the mallet away from ier and struck her on the forehead with knocking her She fell at the foot of the front Perry eaped toward hoi and Rufus Morse aught him by tlie It was then hat Lizzie London IK on Getting Uolil from Dally Cliron cles flnanelal expert says he under stands that the of England has made advances against sold to arrive from New including Satur days Expert ItallroiullnK n the Pennsylvania Most popular lino otwcen Boat and accuracy V tivo I will continue as until the national convention moots Who will be seleclod thon I cannot 1 have heard no Hllllllll he 1 do not know he WoodruffRoot I see some of the newspapers say that 1 am making ihe whole ticket and that the conven tion should just delegate that action to me untl not New York Will Git Sooond Ilnnc on II n I lieill to The Wjninn former Republican Stall Chair man of after a visit to tho White House country was dis posed to concede the nomination for to New Mo thought Secretary Root an ideal man for the although Woodruff has made a good proHidinr SHE IS NOT Jennie IsKlitlsis fur live but as determined as ever to have her father liberated from little Jennie McLaren re turned to her home at 58 Washing ton last night from where she had gone to present her petition to the Board of With tears In her blue eyes she told of her vain effort and added T will go and see the Board of Par dons again next and will not stop untl my father is out of Friends of the child are arranging a benefit to money to help her in the task she Has ills forgeifulness eomplmolv She has none of her grace or win sfimenoss since she ret re 1 from tle stage of when the curtain fell she was recalled time and time Ilowfirrl IVot It was announced by some that this event would rTio reconciliation of the JeorgtCloiild and Howard Gould bill the assumption was not In Howard Gould sslon of lie forgot to i yesterday afternoon gave a party In to to to He was sent to the Proubylerian Hospital s and yesterday IKwas transferred to the insane pavilion at Inkiis friends go lo his aid will be stnt to Wards Island in a few ilavs to sic If he cant be cured of his abyunt BOYS iMl Ktltc I While IliH Injuries Thomas yenrn wis helplim his father yesterday afternoon to tour down the ciHI structure of the North Hudson County Hallway at Wee Mf missed a step and fell ilfly lie suffered a nompound of the left the HsumiMUs of his arm were barlly his left arm was broken In four places and his rlsht tlllsrh was UTfnched anil The rediietion of the fractures meant PXfiulslle Df Wyborff started to Klve other lo the Dont mine said teeth you so rlffht I can stand And he While the A ork oinB on the boy his When and joked with It over h thanked the doctor and chippered up That was the pluckiest boy I ever said He suffered but never uttered 51 To Cure i Colil In One take Lnxillvf Uronio Quinine All llUB Klsts refund the money If It falU to Groves elicnature IB on each u York in honor of her two and tho absence of herself and her hus band from the Lakewoort theatricals was tho subject of considerable fitiiet discussion amoiiK the The sirain of preparation was so grout at the Lakewood mansion that ihe wns almost overcome at the last In order to save her slriMieth for the theatricals she decided to toreso the dinner and her place at the head of table was taken by For the real feature of the theairieaJ carriage house had heen transformed into a de lightful little The walls were hung with dark crim son and festooned with great chains of hooped up with broad ribbons of scarlet A graded floor had been enabling every one to get an excellent A capacious stage had been built at tho end of the room and fitted under the personal of Gould with excellent The drop curtain was of crimson heavily embroidered with gold Behind a great bank of ilr trees was a full under the direction of Lucius The scenery was by Homer Emens and the electrical ef fects by The theatre was reached through a bowre of holly and flags nearly 200 feet in The crotvn of holly was studded with electric bulbs producing a beautiful The performance had been timed to Continued on Second CHAIRMANBOUTELLE ILL i no Snrtdcnly IJecoiiieN to The Representative fhjulos of Chairman of the House Committee on Naval Af who Is stopping at Youngs Hotel in this was taken ill in the ladles waitingroom nn Ihe second floor this afternoon and waa carried to his room of Beacon waa Immedhitoly He found the Con ffivurimanK condition such that his brothrr at was imme diately telegraphed He arrived this Neither the doctor nor the Congress mans h rot her will fdve any information of the nature of ihe illness or coiuiition other than to say patiriHM caso is not a hopeless A private despatch from UansO received late lunight says word has been received there that the Con pressman hay an nervous Boutellps friends say that he has been little sleep of and that his present condition is duo to the fart ho has overtaxed his physical Jelly was called In lato He said that the Congressman had been suffering from which had brought on an attack of con gestinn of the ISTO BERTH FOB A Ilisliop Tit r nor Itoliisccl at Snviin ii a Cars Special lo The Cen tral of Georgia Railroad refused today to rent a birth In Us sleepingcar this place to Atlanta to Bishop Henry of tho African Methodist The has been suffer his1 from an attack of but this did not weisli with the railroad own their owa sleeping1 cars and Itdared that they did not pro pose to break their The bishop was to make himself comfortable In the day Camller today signed the bill which recently passed the Legislature and which compels railroad companies to provide separate sleeping cars for the It will go Into effect almost im BONNES GETS C harden Thirteen Yours of Crueltyi Prominent GhiviiKouii Admits Sjiecial to Tlie Waterman today granted a divorce to Margaret Bonney from Charles VicePresident of the Chicago General Railway Bonney sued for divorce last charging her husband with cruelty for thirteen On Tuesday tiled an answer admitting the truth oi the hill 10Y n 1 Itar evei PI Ba Pei ajid Wei grs lid iou w ent B Kti   

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