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5 o'clock -lfe J5 O'clock I PRICE ONECENT SIX PAGES. NEW YOltl FRIDAY," APRIL 21, 1R0K SIX PAGES. PRICE" ONE CENT. H T M I Jn! in PRODIGAL. ... ... A 10 to I Shot Upset All the Good Things in the First. BIG CROWD ON THE HILLTOP. In a Cracking Finish Jay Qu El Beat Censor In the Third. IsrvrtAt to Tire kveniso wonr,n.t OcmtNBCKfl Hack Tiiack, April 81. rho neather was all ihat could be ueelred for racing lo-day, Toe not rays of the sun were tun. pered by a cool nnriherlj bretze that made ibide deligntfolly pleasant. Tne rroiiranime iras an excellent one at Cuttcntiiirg. Itie Sftbrace especially was exteclc.1 to prove a Jao contest, as all tno crack printers at the rack were entered. Last night's rain did not effect the trick anr, ittt served lo lay tho dust and make the track 'lit. The crowd numbered away up In tne housands aa mu.il, and the bookies In the ring Ttre kept buay attending to tl.e wants of thoae ipecolatlvely Inclined. The drat raceol the da; was a elx-ftirlong lash, and when the bookmakers opened up heir prices 1'erlclcs waa the tavorlic at a short irlce. The lalcnt wool. I have none of hm, rod his price went back nntil at post time otiir od could have been had against him Ten one, two, three, fct. I'alrlcK opened aecnnd choice and Sails. jurr third choice. The latter was backed ato lavorlte position, with bt. 1'attlck a stead; econa choice and Forest King, third choice. The pood things were all dumped bj Prodi iL who came through In the airrtch and woo .ally from the favorite; Pericles waa third. The second race waa for two-year-olds. It re interesting from the fact thuttheynere iked to sq five furlongs, which la the longest l-tance the; have been called npon to go this ar., Luster waa the ravorlte, and-rlgntly, (or ha (aa shown tnat he couid stay a instance. CI itho as second cttotca and was heavily plated, luile Afnulty colt and Kulractlon Illi; were tell-plavt-d third choices. The race raiolv. d ltelf Into a duel between loiboand Retraction mi;, but the superior ockeystlp of Ta;lor on Cloiho won the raco j a short head. Affinity colt waa (bud. Censor was a red Hot favorlto for the third ace. Ja; Qu El and Feruwood were heavily ia;ed aecond cnolces. Headlight waa said to e a good tmnir. Jay Qu K. won by a length, and heads sepa sted Censor and Headlight. HKST BACt For beaten horses; six forlonga. Itettlnr . SUmri W'hts. .locnejs. Strslaht Puce. Proolsal lit .J. Trln 0-1 3-1 lealsbnry 1 L.tttiber u-ii 7-11) IPerlcea., Ill lljrtou 10-1 31 L St Patrick 107. Martin J 1 en lltlror 114., I. in ,y 1--1 6-1 llmaH Ill Finn 11-1 ll-l I 111 Dsnt Ill Web.r 1M-1 H-I I Forest Kins: lJl..Kedtield 7-1! 7-9 Fltzroy was tne diet to show, with I maa, Salisbury, 8i. Patrick and III r-pent next, lima I), shot to the front in the first lurlong toil made the running tn the turn, followed by Salisbury, St. l'...trhk. Pericles sml Fdzror. At tne nead of the urc ten lima h, w h still In 'ront, but she quit ba ly and l'ro 'la.il c-mn ilirougn and took the lea I. II' wai never after lesded, winning nauoilr br two enitttia liom Salisbury, whi beat Pctliles Half a liugiu. lime-, letf. Hume's a t: Straight, tM.bJ: place, 17.00. Sslisouiy paid 13.50, SECOND RACE. For two-year-olds, me furlongs. , Hettinr. . Stirters. Whts. Jnckejs. btralaht Place. JUiotbo ,,,... 1"3..T lor 7-S 7-8 J Ka rami n dliy ilo .Fljnn 4-1 H-5 Aflinity oolt 113. Larabay 41 K-6 4 Vuc.hta tri...laiiii CO-l 5U-1 alaater.,, llo. ,M. lieritea. il ft .t-rj J SluiDlaUold cnll.lll) .Mtrlui ti0-l 10 1 7 Hiatla Dully II'IOJ..' e'er 2.-1 8-1 8Caot,Oarand....llV.T. Kljnn. ...100-1 SO-) WTeulunle 10)..Kona it- 8-1 HIBr.llon 105..ll.Ander.. 10-1 4-1 firatton cot the bet of the atari, with Letter, imtitty ont and Ciottio next, Tiio Kefracilon lly s owid In front at the end ot u qnarttr ' aate way to Affinity colt. At toe tutu UetiaUiou fill; allowed In front Hu, with L'lotno, Afflulty colt and ilration text, Clotno and llelractlon Ally came Into the iireien nn tven terms and the; ran l.ke a Kra all ih way in ihe straight. l 'ic Kelract on Ally tired near the wire, and I'JIor ny unoit n.ituir iinded Llotno a winner Waiiftkirout the Kefracilon Blly, who beat Atlinity con muo lensihs. lime l.Ojli. Mntuelapald: btral n 11.31) ; place, 3.b0. wlracilon nily paid t5.T5 T1I1HII ItACE. felling; five furlongs. Miitfrt. Wht. .Ifickeyi. Mnlaht l'lae H'Ul Kl 1 J..ri.nu 6-1 il-l J0"""' 113 laral 7-S 1-J J ' ailliarlit 101. him. ..' 8-1 3-1 row,iii1 l.t,, MTnun,.,. -l H-j "'r.ciaM..,. ...1UJ II, Andenon . .211-1 0-1 J llarrjt Itu. tj .1 fl.,MarllD 7-1 V'-l JlraaUI.. J 8..l.l)oan li 1 4 1 S!."1 HI .Kuntl 40-1 ii-l lOBi'"""1 I0I) Wb.r 4J-1 M-l t;",1 '. 100 .Uak ,10-1 20-1 liV"'."," 114..0.lew i0ll 4 -I U lS!" ','"' ell 'I, l-.ynn ...... .0-1 8-1 Ih'atirtnaaa strajiRll .it one with Ceniir 'jrowood, .Mlllenoii, neadlluh: an t Jay u tr,..0 rau' t ruin n nt. Cenor ahiwul in Uii if nit arOf d the inm .nitn Hurry 11m "ft, Ueadiignt and J.iy On Kl nex'. lite lea en were nil .licind when the laat i n ? ""' "'" reached, anl In u cincklng wnJ. ''.I'KI woni.y alingtn from Ceiuoi, i.'.e'.1 '" "abt a head. 1 tme-Lirj. topMu'ti" S,r'","1' $11,7S! ""'" " FOUFTII BICE. Selling; mile an I a aixuentf. 1 L5!W."V VV'hta. ,lnfk,. Ftrllrat. I'laTT 1 itlr tir""1 lis llm.t.i J-4 Dili 'llo?..'" ' ..1JS H.l.e 8-1 7-1 ij.J" lll..'Ui,nr 0-l 7-1 'Ub.Y: j '0' M- "araen . Itt I -l I itiifin ''d ,ll J. BarMn,.,. tt-l -l ',UI"U 101 .fllxuiuniuu. f.0-1 10-1 ttr'li'r '!' l '''r', lu'",e the running for a quar rt '.-. ' . ,J '' ""' Jo'i.t'i'arling uud Luig nr.ei cioswy nuutm u llt.m, (). biii. . !"lal',I m. dr ti e pai a going down the Ua i,IJ,,ci, l,ut Unrch II flaiit aiialn went t iari 00,'he lar turn, with Longattect, "l ti. am Lone Islam do.e up. r. .al.,, "J "!'k ,'"mi" Ul1 "he" ""' ban-iii. i1"1,""1 an" ' Ti "Inning '". ,,"nll,e"Jhan,laiiali irnm ti sriing. Har-li 4a- t,4rk 'tU8,h U,X a " '" 'r'rhll!,s!T'n tnrtonyiu-Wnn by llrll Ulra. 'iimV1, li,""-"'d stcouil aud Jack, Hosl RUSK TO THE FRONT. "Undo Jerry" Rescues the Presi dent's Wlfo Irom Peril. Mrs. Harrison Behind a Double Team of Runaway Horses. Tho Socretnry'a Prompt Hnna on tho Ilridlo of tho Leuden. IrTrriAL TO TnF rvN110 WORT,TI,l HivtmipK. Cal April SI "Unee Jerry" ltu-k hia dl.llngulahed htmaelf here and made him. elf for a few mon.euti the central fljure ot the l'rul'ientlal artv. lint for his prompt and courngeons action there mliriit at thli moment be a long story lo tell of damage wnoght by the foir aplrued ho sea whloi drew th Preaident's carrlige throttgn tte streets of the town late yesterds; ailernotn. Tne Incident In which the Becretar; of Agrl cnltup mine tliut to the front at the right time occuircd jnat as lien. IlortUon had Onuhe i a brief addreas to the school children, in retnrn for which he had Leen overwhelmed by a shower otb obiomh. 1 he failli got tne flowers scared the horses and me; s'arted wildly forward directly to war the crowd of children. At that time there were In the carriage onl; Secretary Kmk, Mrs. Harrison and Airs, D mmlck. The fchool children scattered right and left as tho horses sprang forward, lalrlv falling o er eaca other In their haste to gel out of tbe way. One or two of the glrli fainted from fright. Tne horses plnnged aout wildly, an I the leader', getting tnelr heels over the traces, fell strurg'lng In the roidwsy. "Uncle Jerry" had leaped from the car riage as the hor.es started, and was st the le .dm heads almost as aoonas tbey fell, fie seized the I rldle-reins with n pra tlced hand nd aoon succeeded, with the aasistamo ot two or three bystanders, in getting the horses on the r feet and under control. Tne Incident was qnlckly over, bnt the two ladles tn Ihe carriage were comilctely un nerved, whilo me President also lelt the severe nervous strain due to a great peril so narrowly averted. "Uncle Jerry's ''promptness wss much com. mended and his courage made htm the hero Of the hour. CITY HEWS TUSELY TOLD. - m To-Day'a .Eecord of Minor- .Haj peninga About Towq. To Bo Tried for Swindling Jewellers. William Martin, charged with wholesale swindling of downtown Jewellers by the " memorandum g in-, "was held la 11,000 for trial at the 'lomiia Court to-uay. Killed a Dangerous Mad Dog, l'ollcemin Thomas Brad; shot a mad dog which had bitten two torses at Pier 4, North Utter, this afternoon. Castle Gordon Sheds Sold. By direction of tho Park Board ot noon to- day the sheds surrounding Castle Garden were sold at im'.lio auction preparatory to putting the old fortress lu condition lor park uses. Held for Stealing: Time. Lnrgl Scnato was held ut the Tombs this morntng for stealing a watch yesterday from Domtnlto pac-cl, wno keeps a irult stand at 127 Mulberry street. Who'll Get Steckler's Place? Corporation Counsel Clark said to-day that he will probably uppolnt a successor to Cor poration Attorney Louis Sieokler, resigned, to morrow. Drowning of John Blasoll. The body uf tbe drowned man found yester day In the Uowauua Canal at tne foot of Mxth street, Brooklyn, was Identified to-day as that of John Uiisell, a wealthy man whore home ws at d4) Atlantic avenue. Ir Is sapjo.ed that he fell into tne canal accidentally. Dofaultor Bvrnos Pleads Oulltr. Daniel S. Byrnes pliaded guilt; in Kings Count; Court uf Sessions to-uay to stealing 12,400 of ihe Long Ialund Itailroud's money wmle ticket agent .it Kl.iii.umi avenue, lie wus remaudud for sentence. Skull Fractured by a Piece of Coal. A lulliug piece of coal a ruck Jbuu Bryton on tho head in Coljei'a loal yard, 87 AMantlo avenue, I'rookljn, Ibis forenoon, and frai lured nla akull. He waa taken to City Hospital aud will pronably die. Lost 50 by the Panel Game. Annie Murpny was held at Jrffersou Market this morning, cliar.ed with woiklog the panel game, at 1U) West twenty-fourth atreet, on Jo.epn Jlniiv li, a not, on uietoh.iut who Urea at lib West Korij-nrai street. He lo.t fiO, Dnrangrod and Tried Sulolde, Brooklyn police to-day took loto custody .Mrs. M-ryJ. Morris, of S93I Allantlo avenue, wno tried, while n mporarily leranted, to throw hersi.lt from tha sotoud story window of tier home. Acknowledged That Ho Was a Thief. Kr.itu Miller, who cl.in'S Cumberland. O. , as his lii-me, was held b; Justice Donner, In Jerse; Cit, this morning for stealing a quantity of haw-er rope Irom a boat lying at tne Erie ltauro.d nl-r. He was arrest, d last ulgi.t with 1 1 stuff tn his piss"aalou and ac kuonlo ged that lie had stolen It. Wo Pay Half a Million nt a Time. CI ; ("lumtierlslii Craln t -da; rornardrd to ki ue 'ireaporer D.nforth his check for 1500, 000 lie n.' '.New York City's quota for Sellout and biatotaxcs. Bourke Cockran on the Wave. It was stated ut tho C ty Hall to-u.y that W. lliuiko Cockr.m, who his been spending some time in l.ui pe Mitt rx-City Chamberlain llicim'd Croker, w II tad for home to-nay vtt the Hum urg liner Normaunu, wnlcli Is due nrre Mat I!. e a acoompauied by ,na wlfo. .Mr. croker, and ins lauiily are ixpected to follow Ih slew days. Fishermen, Take Notice. It will be Dl.'n w ,ter to-morrow, April is, at Sandy Hook at 8.41 A. u.; at Governor's Island ul i.i'J A. M., aLd at lit.ll Oslo at la is A. u. WALL 8T. STOCK REPORTS. A Real Old-Fasbfoned Boom Sends Prices to Hlh-Yaler Hark Liveliest Buslnoss on tho Ex change for Months. Nearly 82,000,000 or Ootrt to Be Shipped To-MorrovQuotutlons. Activity and Ittnyane; rontlnne the pre vailing cbaraitenstlca ot speculation on tbe Hlocfc Exena"ge. Tne dealings this morning were on a large scale, mid at Intervals were attended with considerable excitement. Tne bullish uttersnees credited to J i; tlonld on his nturn from the West gave additional Impetus to tno market. vor;thlug scored the highest figures yet at-1 tamed, and one itoclc after another gained In prominence and activity. Up to noon 182,000 shares cf listed sloeks changed hands. Around n idday It waa announced that the snui ol (1,(11X1, DUO gold coin hid been ordered for shli ment to Europe to-morrow. On this the bears attempted to depress prices, but the reaction was sllgnt and the market boou started ou ihe ur-taok sgaln. The bull fever broke out In several fresh spo's Iste In the day, ahd Ihe market fairly boomed lor a lltue. Tne liquidations In the Northern P 'ClOo came loan end eiinrtlr after mid iay, end tne pre. trrrtd rose IX to'ii'f. Ihe antiracl'e coalers were in e.uir request, Jersey C-niral selling st ISO Lackawanna waa al o higher. 'lh other fa irites were C'nluaeo i. Ea.tern IIMno's common, and Louisville, New Albany A Cil cago. T e market 1-ft off strong at or nesr the best ngnres of tne day. C'.miiii-aion hun.es report the receipt of ennrmoui orders from oui-of-tuwn customers who have n it trade t In years. Money waa la abunuant uuppl; at 8 a 4 per ce-it on calL Tne total sa'es at the Now York stock hx. chanire were 882,000 snares of lined stocks, gl9,ouo ounces of sliver and 6,000 barrels rennsylvaulu oIL Closing Quotations. Uin. Ulsh. low. Olos. Amer. RaajrTlsf. lia,' tuii BS'.- t0', Anier. 8ur II". prsf ... Vi VI VKi Hit, Aniailcsn Cotton Oil -Jhl, 'J8X -18 2s, Amer. Cuttim lil nraf. .. r&i M btji ev't Ani.r. i otlon UII T, Has. Ui'i ZH( 'J7 V7 A tch Top. 4 Santa I'd.. 3iit at S.fi 84). B-nn.mck Unit lit 15 IS m Huttslv, ltocn.Aflt s.. Ti 7( X7. 37); Usnafa rvmtkem..., ...M 4a &3W MH fr 14 Ub.spsks nnio. 19 ID1. 19 19t Clies p-a 4 Ohio l.t pr tt-i'J IS'l Kli MH OI,e.n.k. AO. adpraf.. S:il, 3.W 3H Sis Ubieaso lias. Sl M, t.','4 (ll, Chlc.i, Itur. A yulncr.. O'H i t'",'i til). Cbicsaoa Northua.t lllkj lilts 111 111), Chic. A Nolthw.nl prst,. 1'S'. Uit, laj). 1361. onto., Mil. A Hi. P.m. ,. r:t', uiw eiw Mk Onio..Mll.ht. Panl prsl 1I8V llii 113U lltit Ctito.. 11 ck Is. I'.c ., 70', 71IM 78S 7efl unic. k K-stsrn III (H 0, (13 M Uma. Hast ro 111. Prst. U5i IN Ui4 ge ().. ,Uln.. Ohio. A St. L. US 0$H 14'; CSV Ool. i Hock si 25U a 2ft', Hina Colorado Coal A Iron 3i,i S7U Mfi 31 H Con.olldsted U.s 9.1 V9t7 99 tnlW 11,1., Uol. 1 Weil 1.167, 19it 1DCS lS llalsirata A llnta Ul 10 134 1U Drnrer A lllJl.r.nd.. . .. 18, If X in); 1KJ, lieu, A ltlo (ir.nda prsL oi el SOJ. euU Uls. A Call's Irmil l 48 47 47 r. Tenn., Vs. A Oa , 7 T 7 7 K. T.n.Vs. Illi. idpfd 1U itli UK lf Hm.1i1.4r ti uj iai m 123 F, A P. Msiq M vnJi 20 2 W IlltooU Uentiai 1U lui lu 1UJ LaolaOiilia 18V 1"; lfl,V lHV Lssahor Hi', lint, 113 111 I-ke Kri A Ws.t Ml, 141, 14'j 144, Lake rna A tv, pro .. ,. I0( tlu', COM tOV 1inz Is .nil . 924 Wit V'H KjH Loulstills A NssiiTdls. ... 7u'; HOS, 7JU HO Iiuis.. H. A. A (,hi 244 28 24)4 28 Louis., M. L. A Tsl 14V Illi 4i I4U Msnhsttsn Uiimol 107 108 I07K 10B Micaiaan Oen ral 95 U if, 95 9544 Minn. A St 1,'iuls 4U 4W 4W 4W Missouri I'.clHo 7ii 7i'i 72 72C Mobile AUmo 41), 41', 40)4 40v Mo., Ktn. A Tei. plel . 21 23). 2d m'l Mo Kill,, t I.I, u,Jd. 14'; 15 His L Nsl.Drlsca Wjr, hj'i ,8kj NJ'i Nat Uordaaaprel lmH 10IH 101 S 10,l Nat.Lasd 20', 2i), 19'. 2UI, Aat. I.111.OII 4Uli ,0' 4UA, SOV New .Isrssr Central 118 12' 11a lluv Ns York Central 103U IOJh lltllt 10JV N. Y, A Nsw h'n I. nil.,,, SU.1, !)'J'.' 3J 3UU N. Y.,Chto. ASUL. l, II'! U; 11? N. Y O. A M. L. 21I pld 30 8U 30 3 Z N.Y., IJkoKneA W..I. 21 Ul', 21 71 W N. Y L. h. A Wsst pld. 54 61', 84 Mk N. V.,.-uo A lil.,.. 8 fii H s2 N. Y.,buo. A W Ml plii. 83 33)4 33 8Jk Norlo k A Wast pM 54 54 54 64 Norths I'aelfla Jala V7'. VW 20K Nortbaro P.citiO nfJ t9V 70'4 C9H 7Uls .North Anient). n 17 17'; Its. 17W Ojio A Mi.....lppl I.l 9W IHH 19? Out. no A West 17!i 1H 17"i 18), Or K.ilx.) A i.riis...., 7b), 77 7l 71 Oreiiou Improv msnt. ... 3014 31 3n 80V t'reann nhotl Lins,,..,.., 2a 29. 21)4 29 Pactlio M.IL 9 :','JX 381. 3x14 1'ip, i.los Certtticstes.,,. f-ili 6j. t.ui. C'J). Put a. A lle.dlna 33'4 34 J'! M I'M., llao. A KfsnsvllU.. 2J 21 21(1 21W P.,O.OA.L 17 17 16'; IhS 1 . 0 O.. AMU pld... MJ 01 58vt CO inch, a w, P. ler las ls; 1st, is), Illoh. A w. p. Tsr. prd.. llu liK 74 74l? IcniilraiilaW h7tt 3", 3l2 3HJ, H10O. Western ptd 71 Tili 71 7J Horn., W.t. AOaden litis 11 11, 1131s 113U M. PaalAOinab 28?7 2 2? "32 hi P.UIAIluluth 2f 30 '.7 29 B L. Ark. A Lis. II 1,- 11,14- lt, hi TerCert'licsta ti8C 97u 9Ia 97). huulham PsulOo 32'J 8 'J 82)4 H2!. leu. I and. 17', 18'. 17l la)! Jeiss PaJhc l,t; 15', 15, 15 leoil Ci.lAlun tii 3M, t4H i'H T01.. Ann Aihor AN. it. Uu 18H law. iNts t'ntin Paolllo 511, 61'; tOH 5.2 Union Pso , U. A U 18H J.i. 2ui -lit W.ba.U It UK ijj 11 Mabi. burst 2, 14 2 ) 22'. 2t4. W..tm Unlim fel tl !. .1. BJH 8jt, Ub sl.na A Lska l-rla ... Ill1, li-, 35) ,): WueelinaALskehrl. prf. 78'J 7814 77'. 7r2 Hucou.iu Csnttal 21)4 21 14 21), 2il, Wlrtlritf StoOaTs. The followluti are Ine closing quotations of mining stocks ut the Consolidated xcuango 10-da) - UW. Asked.l BIJ. Askad. Atnerloan fron Hill,,,, ,sj Maa .01 Julia con... ,25 Al.oe l.Isl 1.78l.aOros.s,.. - ,08 A.J. .11. 01 ,01 Lesurilla on ,11 .12 AlbsQ 4.90 5.L0 Little bief. .31 .35 ll-.lAli.l.. - 7 OU Mealesn .... 3.JJ 4,iU llooia 1,U5 1. 40 Moalton 20 ,40 Buiesr ,so Mnlals lisr, ,uj Hreera 1.1 ,45 Monitor ... ,0i ,U5 llruusosa., ,lif ,19 .Nstsjo 20 li'uu'ut O'ld .45 ,4(1 Nortntitsr,, f,00 Usi. II. II.,. ,71 Dnl.no .... 38.09 40,14) Cbrisotlle., .24 aWI llneut A M. - !oh C01. Ueiiirsl l.oij 1'ijrinoutb... 1,-jCi t'.uo Con. Csl. A Pnoenli l.'d .41 Vs W.OO 13.0. H.pu'u'n'ok .01 02 C, A lleivir ,u2 Itiil.'n cm.. .40 .10 Com. r. Ux htsLd.r.l. . 1,20 2 0 Moca 20 .21 hll.er Kim. - 75 Hood.. .35,01 M.irmuotib . ,0S ti.lili . .. Jj.UO hsuluio ,., '0 Uiinlin..,., .,0 hsnNabt. ., .10 lle.J. ler.. 1,10 1.50 Miter Cord, ,23 .35 liauTsr Lily Hils'r M, llo 0,111. . .. ,10 t!.skiV, ,11) P, llahiuat. .4U Hi.oiliona... .01 OS Iree'sn.! . ,le Tioaa ,50 llon.elaka, 8.7 tlnmu cou.. 3,f,l lloln 11 f r 3.59 3.1 " War 1 o in .'.0 llnlinka . - ,01 Yel'w J'a'( 'J Jj L-ou&iltsr.. 1.00 2.10 Dlechariinrt r School Pr'nclpaU Ilenrr ttuyder, was to-day appointed a Pr nclpal oflcr-ey City Tubllo Hciool No. 3 tn place ol Charles I. I'rescott, who was "Is. (nl.sed bio use he sbseuted himself fioiu duty :or two weeks wltuout leruit.sloa ul ine i iio.ira. aBr-jBsciurVjsa'BsasalssssaUlAa,. iM'fllsMffBiiiaT'isw imm I I liTaa LIKE THE RIPPER. an i I . --. 1 Woman Barbarously STaugh- tored in the East River Hotel. Strangled First and Then flacked and Disembowelled. A Gross Cut on Her Back After She Was Dead. She Was Taken to the Hotel tiy a Supposed Greek or Italian. The Murder Committed Some Time During tho Night. A Description of tho Murderer In tho Ilandi of tbo Police. An atrocious crime, as horrlblo in Hi details as any of the Whltechapel atrocities of Jaok the Kipper, came to llitht this morning la tho East Hirer Hotel, at No. 14 Cathatlne Blip. Tho Tictlin is an old woman sixty yesrs of sue, well known as a vagrant and street walker In that locality. Her murderer, who eseapod before the crime was dlscor rred, Is supposed to be a young man about thirty-five years of ate, who hired the room with the woman late last night. Ills name Is unknown, bnt the one be cire to the bartender of the hotel, when ho came In with the woman. Is C Knlolo. lie Is about ttilrty-nre yetrs of age, and Is opposed to be either a Ore' k or an Italian. Tne body of tha old woman w. lound lylne on the bed in the room about 0 o'clock this morning. It waa shockingly cat and mutilated, appar ently with aome dnll Instrument. The body waa completely naked. A deep gash extended from the lower part of the ab domen upward to the breast, which disem bowelled It complete!". The entrails Usd apparently been torn from Ihe body and were scattered oyer the bed. There were also two deep cuts crossing each other on the back, la the form of an exact cross. Tin woman's head was bonnd up with part of the underclothing and apart of the bed clothing, which was so tightly knotted to gether that It took aome time to remove them. There were mark's of discoloration about the neck and throat, and It la believed that the murderer stranded his victim first and then proceeded to his horrible bntohery. The body lay upon Its side upon the bed, with the baok towards the door, so that the maru of the cross upon the back were first visible to thoie who might enter. The bed clothing was saturated and dripping wltu blood, and Ihe spectacle was one of the most fesrlul that could be Imagined. bergt, McCarthy waa sitting at the desk In the Oak street station when James Jennings, ihe proprietor of the hotel, rushed in at 9,40 A, at. and with a blanched faoe told him that a woman had been murdered In his plaoe. C'apt. O'Connor and Ward Detectives Doran and Utiffln made all haste lo get around there. They first got the story of the crime (torn llsrtender Pnzgersld, ot the fourth Wsrd Hotel, who was Ihe last to see the woman and her companion. He said mat the old woman, who Is known In that locality by the name ol 'Shakespeare," came to the bar room early In the evening, where she was Joined by another woman named Mamie Uealy, also a disreputable character of that neighborhood. Tn.y sat to;ether drinking beer for some . lime, and then Ihe Uealy woman went out, , U.d "Htiakespeare" sal for awhllo and talked with Mary lllnntar, tn assistant house, keeper ot the hotel anl then she to? went out. About II o'clock Ihe old woman came In , again, bhe bad wl.h tier a fairly well dresej ! young rusn apparently about thltly.ove years ' old, with brown hair and a blond mustache, and taid she wanleJ a room lor the nl;nt. Tbe young man did not say unytblog, except to tell ihe clerk, Fitzgerald, that bla natuo was C. Knlclo. Fitzgerald entered the name In the register, spelling It accordiOR to his own Ideas of the orihogrspby. The pair were assigned to room SI on the top floor, and the key wss tlreu to Kulclo alter he had paid (or the lod-lng. Then the Ti&uiati turned to her couipaulou asuassaaatasstAir'ialBLZ )a atsftfiiluiA. .Ka.ftjr , sod asked hlni If he vtould not like to have a pint of beer sent up lo I lie room. He did not say in) thing, but nodded his head and gave her a new tcn-crnt piece. 1 be beer was drawn aud given to her in a pail, and ahe went npstatrs with It, followed by the young man. This was Ihe last that was seen of thorn Ian night. ntzgerald says thai he thinks the young rusn must be an Italian or a Greek, for when he given in His name he seemed to have a foreign accent, Fitzgerald aaya that this tnornltig, when the couple did nut appear, he went np to the room about 9 oVlnok lo rouse Ultra up. There nad been mi noise whatever during thenluhi, and I'rorrletor Jennings, whooccu pled tho udjo ulna- room, had heard, nothing. He found Ihe ilonr locket, and alter knock, log several tunes uud gelling no response he began tostiove It to, Tueloik, whltn wts an old one, gsvo war, anil tho door burst opt n, dl-closiug the horri ble spertacle already described. ri'Ziicrald at ouce Iniornml Jennlnca ot his ghastly discovery, and lha police aoon after took possession. They detained I'llzpatrlck as a wllneas, and also arrested alary Mlnotar, tho assistant housekeeper, and found Mary llo.ily, who has been sn old comrado of the tlhakespesre woman. Tnere was not a sign of a cine to the man, who mnt hare gone stealthily out of the house during Ihe early hours of tne morning, after he had accomplished his Imtch.r'a work. Mary Mlnotar saye that wnlle she eat talklnar with the old woman during Ihe evening pre vious before Ihe latter went out ahe learned part ot tha old women's history. Tho woman tol I her that her father was a aea captain, and that ahe was ouce married to a seafaring man named Charles C llrown. She bad not live 1 with him In many years, and did not know whethtr ho was dead or alive. Tho old woman waa sober st tho time, bnt Mary llealey, who had left her some lime pre vious, was very druuL when she went away. The housekeeper ssld sno knew bold women only as sprsklng acquaintances. They fro qnentcd a little grocery store In Water street, known as George's place, wltn many other abandoned women. Tbe Uealey woman was silll In an Inebri ated condition when the police found ber this rooming. She was hrsterlcal and seemed to be on the vergo of the horrors, and no Information conld tie obtained from ber except tbat tbe old woman's name was Mhakespearc. She did not know where she came from or where shelved, and said she knew nothlnx about the yonng man with a blond mustache, whom Ihe police think may be the real "Jack tbe Itlrper. ' Coroner Echultze, who waa notified by tho police, held a preliminary Investigation at the Oak atreet station, but did not get any more out of the witnesses than has been related. He gave a permit for the removal of the woman's body to the Morgue. The pollio are thoroughly mystified by the case, and have not yet oDtalncd the slightest trsce of the murderer, as far as can bo learned. AT THE bCKNK Or TIH CIIIMK. When a reporter for Tun Evening- World v sited the scene of Ihe awful crime the police were In charge of toe house. The entrance to the bar on tbe corner of Water and Catharine s'reets was open, snd tbe bartender was ready to wait upon customers. These were few, however, as the terrible crime had appirenlly cast an awe over the customers who ordinarily frequent tbe place, i The bartender said ne knew nothing of tbe murder, as he was a new man who bad only come ou duty to-day. He pointed to the rear, however, and said the policemen there knew all about IL Two or three men stood about the barroom, but tbey stoke In wnlipers. At tbe foot of the stairs back of the bar room stood a po.lc'msu, who graciously made way for the reporter to pass. Tho stairs are narrow and bare. There are five rJUbts, and through the open doors of the rooms opening out on the halls could be aeon msrks of disorder, as though tho rooms had been hurriedly Vacated. The top floor, where the crime was com mitted, Is partltlontd off Into even smaller rooms and barer rooms than those seen below. It wss In the corner room, with onewiodow opening on Catharine street aud the other on Water street, that the deed was done. At Urst glanco on entering there was noth ing strange apparent. The cxtnme barruetaot the room wss the chiif characteristic lint alttr taking a s'.njlc step Inildo, turning to the left aud glancing al the bed pushed up agalost the all, a horrifying sight met the eye. 1 here lay a woman with her t Ingle garment pa led up around her neck. 'he lar In a pool nf tljod atu her own inttatliirH. An X aa drawn wltu u knife lu Ler Hear. be nw the Lack. 'I ho blood had (lowed dowu off of Ihe bed and mido n .me pjol on the floor. Mic iay uwn her rlg.it side, with her right arm bent bick under her. The lelt aim was folded over her breast, Onelrg wss drann up almist double, and Iheoimr nas tmtcied out full length. The Ids of her eyes were closed aa though the woman li.nl iliut tnem aim yhiu all tier t stieugtl was endeavoring lo keep them ahul. The room w about 8x10 feet In dimrmlnns. lho only pieces of furniture were what Is known aa a single bed, old fsshlonml and grimy, and a broken wsshatand and ohatr. A dlrly mattress snd blsck plow without a casing were the bed's only furnishing. (In the waahaland waa a sm ill tin psIL with a tew drops of brer In the bottom. in one con er ol tho room ly the woman's tattered red flannel skin aad lorn stockings. Over lie back of the chair bout ber cheeked clngham naiat and a cheap shoddy msnlle. due nhnu lay under the bed. The other shoo had been used aa a prop to keep one win low up. 'Ihe snocs nere coirse and, eaapollcemin said, looked llko workhouse shoei, boo wns cvldsntly one ot the looreil of the poor crralurea that frequent Water street and enllco drunken sallots to bur them a drink. Tlicro was an old-fashioned candlestick holder on tha stand. The candle had been burned down to the lost drop of grease. From Ihe appearance of ihe room lite whole horrible tragedy could be reaully seen In one's mind's eye. The couplo upon entering the bare little room had Leguu their debauch by drinking beer Irom the tin pall, Thero were no glasses, but tliey were not lastlitlous and were satisfied to tip up the pail and dtluk to the drcga. When sufficiently stupefied by drink they retired. The woman dlalrl'iutcd her clothes about the room with the In inference of her clars. When he got ready lor lit. bloody died, the man grasped her by ihe throat with one hand, and with the other atrnck her with bis kntte. She must have made a struggle, for she had been turned clear around In the bed. This wsa evident from the faot that the foot olthel g stretched out at length touched the pillow. Thai must havo been the recognized head of Ihe be I, for the fiend had not stopped to arrange anything after bis mad thirst for blood had been satiated. Ihe marks ol bla fingers wero still on ber throat. Three dl. colorations told why Ihe poor wo man had not aronsed tne bouse with her cries Strangled as she was, the manot blood was not troabled In completing lb dread work be gun. lie ripped ber open, and then with maniacal fury tore out ber Inteillnis, She ley on her back and he laid these ghastly aymbola of his crime on ber stomach. In the nrst leeblo straggle the unfortunate creature bad been pinioned with ber right arm nnderher. One leg had been drawn np tn ber agony. It was thoa ahe died. Ho gaxed with fiendish satisfaction at bis victim, gloating over the devlllshneas of but work. It wss while thus gazing at the bleeding creature In ber dath throes tost she made one final effort and rolled over on her aide. lie bad bat onn detell of his awful deed to complete before be made bis escape Irom Ihe terrible scene. That was to place hut mark upon his victim. This he dtd by drawing the blade of his bloody knit across the akin below the small ot her back In the ahape of the letter X. The lighl streamed in through the windows Irom the electric lstnps on the street corner, and be had no need for the candle which bad bnrned out before be began bis bloody work. He waa satiated. Mow to leave tha ghastly'dlscovery to be made In Ihe morning, lie stuck the knife nnder tbe woman's right hip, where It rested on the mattress, and then without a glanr behind left Ihe room. Ills eiosp was easy. It li customary for the guests of this hotel to leave at all hours of the night without explanation, and the ocenpanu of room SI last nubt were not subjected lo any unosual Inspection. Two people had entered room II, and the one that came out and left bla horribly mall- IsteJ aompsnlon ou thst fstal bed waa as free to go aa be had been to come. rnr. unit rocxD. ' Tbe effects found In the murdered women's clothing wer brought to the Oak street stsllon home aloog wltn the knife with which Knlclo carved and disembowelled his victim. Ihe effects consisted of a Cniutso muslin bag about thirteen inches long and six laches wide. Two pslrs of old-fashioned spectacles, one of which waa encaaed In an old pasteboard ipeo taUn box. The knife li an ordinary table-knife, about eight merits long.wtlh a black wooden dandle. The Made la about an Inch wide and alsnta u the end. Il resembles a shoemaker's leather cutler, Ine blade near the handle la smeared wltu blood stilus, which are dry. At l.-io o'clock rapt, .McLtngalln, of the Old altp ata ton, catue Into the Oak atreet station, arcomnauied by Dciectlve Mrgeanl l!c Closkey. They had Just lowed tlie body and went Into Cipt, li'Coonor'a private room where De'ectlve t-egl. irualey, also of loaicctor llyrnes'a atalf, Aa walling. The toor oruclala neld a consultation wth tho doer closed. Selective MiCloakoy, who Is on the cue, sa;s that tno body nas terribly mutilated. Tne bowels wcrcr ppe.l open and part ot the tnlrailnrs cut through. A portion or Ihe vis cera Is gone. The detective declined to discuss the etie. .ot tub mar vrxntk minx. Ine Kast IUvr Hotel, where lb crime wat comtnltU'J, t,aa auioat unsavory rcpu'e both In JV&w?n vi-tt --.p. K,i',..'Jt.''.v, t lb neighborhood and with tno police. Many anspected crimes aro alleged to have been covered np within Its walls. Toe Interior appearance of fio placo bears out Its retntAiion. The rooms are dirty, even filthy, the floors utterly destitute of any sign ot a carpet, and many of Ihe rooms lack even a chair lor Ibe occupants. No person with a particle of self-respect would consent to re main there over nlgnL Some three years sio a mnn was found dead on a Leer keg Just outside the barro nn door, with an nglv stsb wound In tne abdomen. The barttnder, a man named Thompson, wss chsrged with the crime, and Ills weapon was said lo havo been a lingo Chinese sword, with which It Is claimed ho stabbed tbe man becsnso ne would not pay for the drinks b had ortiereiL Thon.son was tried and arqulttod, bla boss, It la ssld, having exerclard a large "pall." The plsoe bss also been the scene ot msny suspicious deaths, and within a week, accord log to a business man In lho ne'ghbothood, a sailor waa enticed Into the plaue by alrens, made Intoxicated and robbed. . This same merchant oharac'erlzrs the place as a disorderly resort ot Ihe lowrst typo for depraved chsractcrs ot all nationalities. THE RIPPER'S CRIMES. Tbo Horrlblo Murders of Women In Whltechapel, London. The Whltechapel murders sltributed to Jack the Hipper have all been characterized by a hurrtole similarity In th details of lho ciltnes, th class ot women who have been the victims, the terrible mutilation of tnetr b idles, and the complet niss with which the murderer hss oiveredup any trane which would lead lo his deleottou. The first of his victims was found April s, 1888, In an alley near Osborn atreet Whlte chapel, London. She was Identified as Emma Elizabeth Smith, an abandoned woman, forty live years of age. She had an Iron stake or rod thrnst through ber body. Aug. 7, 18IH, Martha T. Abrarue, tblrty-flva years old, slso a dtasolale worasn, was lonnd In tbe George Yard building., Commercial street, Spltsiaelds. Her body was also terribly mutilated, no lesa than thlrly.nlno distinct wounds being found. Tne third on tho Hipper' list waa Mary Ann Nichols, forty-seven years old, who wsa found with ber throat eul and ber body mutilated, la Duck's row, Whltechapel, Ang. SI, 1888. A few days Ister, SepL 8, 1888, lu Uenbnry atreet, Bpfsinelds, Annl Chapman, fortj aeven years old, was lound dead, ber throat cut and ber body mutilated. Elizabeth stride, with her throat gashed and ber body dlsemboweiUd, was discovered Sept. SO, 1838, la an out of the way corner In Utrner street, Whlteobapcl. That day the Hipper nad fonnd two victims. The body of Catberln Eddowes, a woman of forty-rive, was lonnd, her throat cut and body mutilated tn toe manner that had tben became familiar to th London police, In Mitre square, Aid. ale. An interval In the gr-estly work then oc curred. It was not until Nov. 9, 1883, that Mary Jan Kelly was found murdered la & manner precisely similar to lb others men tioned, In Miller's conn, Dorset street. The following Summer, July 17, 18:9, a wnman who waa supposed to be Allc Mc Krnzle, was fonnd dead In Castle alley, Whlle chanel, with every evidence that ahe had been murdered by ihe dreaded Kipper. There were several other murders of aban doned wotne.. In tbe outlying districts of London which sre supposed to have been com mitted by the aame hand as tbe others. Among them (OcL t, liWS), a woman whose mutilated body could not be Identified, was found In the New Police Buildings, at tbe west end of tbe Victoria Embankment. Three days befor Christmas, isss, Maud Mlllett was lonnd atrangled and mutilated In Clarke's ysrd. High street, Fop'sr. Eilzsbeih Jsckson's mutilated body was found June 4, 1SS9, in Ibe Thames. lu almost every esse wnere th lllpper'a victim, were found, them was chalked ou boards or walla near by the number of Ihe Bend's crimes, and the an" nouuceinent that he snould carry lb series to fifteen, when he wonld surrender. HE IS WITH BYRNES ABAIK. ' ' m Capt. McLaughlin in Charge of tho Detective Bureau. Captain William McLaughlin, ot the Old slip station, h a leeu lu ciarga of the Deic i.io linreau, at 1' lea llradqujriers alnce Wedma day ul.ht, Ibiafacl only became public this morulng. For tome reason the officials In Ihe Mulberry atnet tuil Hug have kepi the uiuitur aa quht aa poislb f but It Is no longer a oeere'. lho lumor unw Is thai C'apt. Mi'Laughi'n has bem ottlclslly transferred and ny Aclng bupt, Uyrnes, aud that sergt, Hilptu has a. turned ctiarce of maltera at the Old silpsta tliu tor tne time be ng at lo nt, I Ni tar as the nfflilal c'tanges are coci'erued Sept. Ilyrues claims u know nothing of It. Ilu is the official who has Ihe power to make the chance, home of tho orllcluls say that It Is an open qu siion that Mr. Itftne. Duds ibe work of running bom de artinenta too onerous. He worked tisr', Ibry add, 1 1 Ihe hope that Popt. .Murr.y would bo able to resume his poai, but now th it Is conceded to be aniOLg too InipiMalUnt oa. Ihe lao thai Capt. McLaugtlin baa been quietly attend nz to the Delectlre Bureau since Weduesdsy nlbt last Is not denied, but nobody Is willing logo berond lbst bire atateine nt, and all efforts so tsr to penmate the little utytlcry hate failed. 1 i vt.aii-. - .V,yirAVavrfe-rc-cVf.-'i'-Jp THE TDRR 1 ''ssssssH A Guttenburg Committer 9 Order that Might Be a Jake. 9 BRAIT'S FIVE ILE RUHiWM. I ilaaaaaaaaaal Horses Going from Ihe Hill to JS Run at Benning's Track. H JisH Heaaaaaaafl The Hudson Connty Jockey Club's Executive. iil Committee, at a meeting held last night, de- ''LH elded mat brrealter whenever Louis Marllri ''sbbbbbbbbI believed tnal hta entry had a chanca to win he trLH must i ut up some good Jockey. If, on th I'lLfl other hand, hla horae has no earthly banc lo H win, then F.nrgood can ride. In olber words, fLH Ihe Committee says lo the public, when yon see .tjJasBBBBBBBBi Falrgood on a hone It Is cqulvalont to a notlo '1001 Hint the horse can't wlu. This is a grand (aaal scnemr, beyond a doubt. How can th pabllo IsbbbbbbbbI loienow! LLH IsLsii lint, srrloutly, where did lb Executive 'sssssaH Committee get Ihe precedent for each a ruling. ('isflLfl It Is rid culous In th mil sense of the word, JiH and nu bl lo be revoked at once. Tjo Idea ot ALB putting ctrialn Jockeys npwnea the horse csa iH or cannot win, la too funny for anything, and.' ;LH perhaps the Execu'lve Committee Intended It, VieLH a. a Joke. Valr.oo I can ride a good race when RLoH hew. n'sto. He nu been seen tordeoomv SaLI excellent races, bnt his riding at theOuiten- llaLfl burg track lis. been so poor as to make many 'TaHlfl tnrfmen wonder where his skill he gone. It 'tLLa Is probable that Ur. Martin will not recognize lll any suc'i ruling. There Is no authority which &iH can compel an owner or trainer to inlorm tbs 'bbbbbbbbbbI public Just whst form bla horses are in. fLH "bbbbbbbbbI Itaplne, with Hamilton up, was hot favorite tLiH In ihe nrst race, and tne bickers of tbe horas JsbbbbbbbbbI made tne air blue with their comments while v.'sbbbbbbbbbI the race was being run. Itaplne worked 'sbbbbbH through the stretch stiff and sore, and In tho' '!bbbbbbbbbI race was never aMe to extend himself, nam- ILH lltoo pallid the horse up si the laat', furlong, LLI and be hobbled tn dead lame. Oa 'form Ihoi tfxasBBsfl best horse, Mlddlestoue, won hsndily. ''fjLI "Snapper" Osyrlson won tl,80Q on ibe latter, 'JssbbbbbH but dropped considerable on Brows Charlie. sbbbbbbbbb! '!LH The sale or the Hell Meade yearling at CiaiH Nashville on Monday morning next promises "SesbbbbbI to attract a no.t of New York turfmen to the LH auction, l'ne animals are aaU to lay an ex- Ibbbbbbbbi dsplionslly due lot, ami the ostalogu" show IisbbbbbbbbI thai lutre are several crack-a-Jacka, ao lar a oisbbbbbbbbb1 breeding goes, on the l.st. ITsbbbbbbb! BBBBBBBBBl tSBBBBBBBBTJ IJralt received the Injectlonlyeiterdav and was bbbbbbbbbbi heavily played l.y nls party. U hlle Ihe horsra XIbbbbbbbbbb! were at the post a tnnndrr-storm swrptovsr -!obbbbbbbbb1 the track an i a blind. ug fla,n ol llrhtnujg, (ol- bbbbbbbH loweo by a teniae cram of thunder, atarted -'uobbbbbbI tr.e ol I torte, and he ran awa Ave redes be. bbbbbbbbbbI fore he could be pulled up. lb others went -Ijsbbbbbbbi on without him. Paoafl 'Lbbbbbbbb! Tbe track at Guttenburg wis slightly heavy sbbbbbbbbbI during the am two races, and tne Mucilage sbbbbbbbbbi peotle tlino.ht thry ha I a moraL Ihey .obbbbbbi barkmi him nesillv, and he led until the laat 'Ibbbbbbbbbb! lew strides, when Monlcan and Joe Josl got "'IabbbbbbB up auu beat htm out two beads. bbbbbbbbbb! asH St. Albans will do better next time. Yea- , 'I'bbbbbbbbbb! trr ay Mr li rmott ran his mount on the ont- .SbbbbbbbB si le during the entire Journey aud yet finished 1Isbbbbbbbbb! clo.e up, fourth. JbsbbbbbbbbbI SBBBBBBBBBBl C'apt. S. S. Brown Is In town, having come SbbbbbbbbbI In from 1'ltlsburg to look at liu horses. Marcos Vjbbbbbbbbbbi Usiylson bis way here intake a look at the bbbbbbbbbbi 1st. st addition to hla formidable airing, In- Isbbbbbbbbb! verueas, -sbbbbbbbbbI IisbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbI The bportetniu Handicap at seven turlong 'IbbbbbbbbbbI will be tee teature of ihe card at Ouitenburg) Jobbbbbbbbb! to-morrow, 'ine entries and weights ar as ibbbbbbbbbbi follows! Mermen, 117: Prince Howard, 114; S'bbbbbbbbbbi Betlwooil, 113; herns ood. 111; Rambler, 109; IbbbbbbbbI lext, 10; Ant cr.i, 107; Ual yrtan, 104; sbbbbbbbbI Cmoaore.luO; Hunt. 103; Xenoptioti.lOO; Abby. sEsbbbbbbbi 93: (lerile Ik, tn; (Jiieen o( Trurana, (3. Tne ssbbbbbbbI contending trio should be Kenwood, Ituby and X'ibbbbbbbbbi llambler. vsbbbbbbbbI 'SbbbbbbbbbbI Proctor Knott Is evidently tbe Procter Knott li'SBBBBBsi of old. At liempiis ywerday, he galloped '.''sbbbbbbbI away from a good Held and won In a caster, 9 JsbbbbbbbbbI " 'aBiH Msny horses will leave (iutten&org- to-day aIbbbbbbbbI and tu-moirow tor Woblt gton, where th 1abbbbbbbbbi t-prlng meeting at the Leouing'a track will ;4bbbbbbbbbb1 open on Monday. From present Indication. 7Jbbbbbbbbb1 the meeting wl.l be a great one. vbbbbbbbH " oisBBBBBBBBBI Tne bnokmakera are getting decidedly weary .obbbbbbb! of paying out money on Mrriuen ad Long- 'obbbbbbbbI street, 'iiioj will Le warj la la (alar. H f'iSBBBBBBBl Lily Kinney, a recent arrival at Quttenburg, ?LH win no wott'i watcalna when ale slam, sn '(ssbbbbbbbbI oovered a last halt tulle yesterday. -riLtasBBBBBBi STEVE BR0D1E ACQUITTED. ' ' Tho Troy Stabbing Cbarsre Not En- "iiH tortalnod by the Grand Jury. bbbbbbbbbb! n i r-litors bbbbbbbbbi I was .rquilted of the charge of (tabbing .-(sbbbbbbbbbI W ally Wilson before the Graud Jury at iToy ' ILH yesterday, a, tho testimony ol th wltnesje sLbbbbbi rroved iu show that when ho was dabbed be 4ssbbbbbI ti ci nchel ty auolier p.rtr. Spsbbbbbbbbi lining th.it you will ulve this a notlee for JvabbbbbbbbI me Ui iiiduato lu me publle that 1 was Inno- ObbbbbbbbI cent, aa anon er paperbaa callao It a cowardly ssbbbbbbI and UucalleJ.lor .sssult. bTXVE llBODla. IsbbbbbbbbbI m - ioSBBBBBBBl FOUND A DEAD BABY. H A pretty lit'! girl baby dressed la a whit IbbbbbbbbI slip and a calico apron, was found In aa ash ILbbbbbbI tisrrel la the hallway of 1M Essex street about 'aafl 10 o' lick last oUht, and lie po'lee sent It to 'JtabbbbbbbbI tl.e can- ot tte matron at Pi), lea Headquarter, obbbbbbbbI wltn whom II sl.ll remained unclaimed that oLH luorm uf. UsbbbbbbbbbI IS HE SELIGMAN'S SERVAKT? 7H George Shield', who was arrested In Thirty ''JsbbbbbbbbI ninth street last night because be bad (oar (bsbbbbbI satis of clothes la his posse.ssoa which h 'saaal wonld not account for, when arraigned in osbsbbbbI Jefftrsaa Market Police Court this rooming! ''JobbbbbbbbbI .ail ho was employed by Jesse belivman, Ihe j raBBBBBBBBs! banker, at i R at Kortr-elxin atreet, and tnatj jsbbbbbbbV the I liter gave him Ibe clothing. wosbbbbbbbbbi He was remanued until his story can be la- sLbbbbbbbbi vestigaied, isbbbbbbbbbbI Tt ivt.SB Frldiy aranlns Frs Leetaiaoa SeeUl .bbbbbbbbbI kM t-iiiut, lloou'Jl, Uvopsr Ifulon, " 'bbobbbbbbI i H i , tAfoL&ttlnlihMil'' lil V "' ' zsbbbbbb!