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I f FOUND. DEAD ON THE BED. J Did Minvillo Turn on tho Gas I Accidentally or Deliberately? f He Wea About to Sail for His Horn , In Prance. 1 Arnalda Mlnvllle, a native of France, forty-flve yean old, found dead I this mornlnc In his room In Dr. G. W. ' Elliott's private boarding-house, at 153 f West Fourteenth street, asphyxiated by f Illuminating gas. When discovered M. Mlnvllle was I disrobed, and lying on the outside of the I bed. A cas burner was turned on full , head. It Is a question whether the man com- I milted suicide or accidentally turned on, f the a. Ho may possibly havi; , f blown out the flame unintentionally l when he retired. T The fact that the dead man Intended , to salt for Havre to-day and hnd mntle 1 all preparations for thn voyage would t Indicate accidental death. The first seen of Mlnvllle at the Four- ; K ttenth street boardlng-hoime was yester- ,'jf day afternoon, when a hotel proprietor across the street Introduced him to Dr. 1 Elliott, and stated that the Frenchmnn wanted a room for onu night In a quiet f PThe stranger seemed troubled with a "I silent difficulty In his stomach, and ap- i peared to be downcast. Durlnr the afternoon he said that he V had Just arrived from Havana, where ,n he had been In business for the past , two years. He hud gone to Havana '2 from France. tV A short time ago Mlnvllle sold out . U, his business In Havana and planned It to go home. He reached here with a f party of friends yesterday, but It was V impossible to ascertain this morning l-f who theso friends were. ;i, Mlnvllle retired about 9 o'clock last Ik night, and at 1 o'clock this morning a IX lodger came downstairs and Informed it Dr. Ell'ott that there was a strong odor of Illuminating gas In the hall on the second floor. U, An Investigation wan Instituted, and f the origin of the trouble was traced to the rear room occupied by Mlnvllle. Dr. Elliott succeeded In entering the apartment by getting on the lire-escape and through the window. As has been ifl' tf stated, he found the man lying on the 'fl I ' 'bed. He had been deud probably an i ? tfe hour. f1 a ' X Policeman Walsh, of the Wet Tlitr- :s j ( Ueth street station, was called In, 'It aU(1 ne took charge of the house. The .' i dead man's effects were sent to the i ? station-house. .They consisted of a 2 f c trunk, valise, thirty-one pieces of gold Afk of French denomination, two bank- '1 flv' h notes of the same country and J1.K5 In nt'iflv' 1 United States coin, hi':) 'Among other effects there were a jll'H H diamond ring, lady's small open-faced Li' stiver watch, a fully loaded thlrty-elght- 8:i i) i calibre revolver and a msmoranda-book. '.11 nf' i V .These were sent to the Coroner's office til f'ki ! this morning. m K i tS It Is said that Mlnvllle Is not the real !' '"' name of the dead man, but that ho Is ilVuB ' very wealthy man, who has teen t.lf'Ta t driven from Cuba on account of some ffl l peculiar state of uffalrs there. fd8tj! f Ha has two sons in France. It Is said, Jl 1 11 ! and la thought to be a widower, ivf-tllf H,B appearance and dress generally ili V ' Indicated that he was, or had been, a 11 fill 01 th h'Kher wa ot "fe' j MU EMMA PANZER'S DEATH. I litlii 8b 18 BPrtd o Have Taken Car- I SsH boll Aolc, hr p The CoronsT'i offlce was notified to- I t $$! r ot tfa auspicious death of Emma It Vpi Panser, the nineteen-year-old daughter ',i $ , ', of John Panzer, a harness-maker at fi 1 3tt Cherry street. ',1 Mi j Or. Sift, of 161 Madison street, called it $$! 1 1 at tne Madison street police station M fill I ,Mt n,nt 'nd "Ported that the girl 'r HI! had taken carbolic acid, and would H fili i 1 probably die. This morning the police sic?S: :r. were notified that Emma died at 8 l Tf 1 A. M, it lj ' Mr. Panser would not state this fo ro ll ii . noon whether his daughter had taken '.'li iU4- poison deliberately or not. He called ( ' fnl at th8 Seventh Precinct Police Stutlon ' ' it I fi last night complaining of annoyunce i( IV Iik from Inquirers, and asked the Sergeant .' If for protection. ' I Hit', To the policeman detailed at the house f V 1 , Mr. Panzer said tho girl died from 3 natural causes. He Is Inconsolable and ' U refuses to see anybody. i ..I!' The Janltrsa ot 'M and 2a Cherrj" '?. IB1 i strset said to-day that Bhe sow Emma i if" ' Panzer on the street last evening at 5 ' lilt t o'clock, and so fur as she knew the m; ( ,rl was tnen ln l'erfe"t health. . i ' t Emma,t the Janltress said, was the ri' lit?'1 youngest of Ave daughters, and always ' IS. lived at home attending to housework. , ' IV. Panzer has a harness store on the ' :ll i ground floor and lives over the store. 1 V I Among his neighbors the family are l-i til' known as Industrloim Uermans, who s V f mingled little with other tenants of the 1 59, h flat. ' ' ' K Dr- Sitt tates that he waB hastily I ,1 Ifilf aummoned ot almut 9.30 o'clock last 1 Mi . night to attend ihe girl. He found her ( "i in a proround state of coma, lie was i 3 ! Ht told she had token the poison only tlf-1 5 i h J t teen minutes before his arrival. Haifa f M dozen women, said the doctor, were In kit 'lf N the room, and they explained that she, mistake a ' t'arbo" acld t Ur. Sift administered antidotes, but ' they had no effect on the patient, who was then practically dead. The, doctor asked that an ambulance be summoned, but the family, he Fays, em phatlcally refused. Ily means of the stomach-pump he diagnosed the cas as one of poisoning from carbolic acid. It Is Dr. Biff's opinion that the ulrl had been poisoned some tlmo before his arrival, as she had no convulsion when he reached the house, and which, he cays, she must have hod before hli ar rival, or the dose must have been such a large one as to almost Immediately produce a profound state of coma. The doctor further fays that he asked for the bottle from which shi- took the poison, but -t was not produced, anil when the girl's father asked for a death oerjmcate he refused It and notltled tho 3 ' fifr The'pollcc ore ot the opinion that the1 S AU 5 Ctrl was Buff-rlng from toothache uml , 3 'f ' 1 ' UMi carbolic acid, thinking It wns creo-' V MM f . 2tet anii. accidentally swallowed soma 1 Ja X IP ' ,ne PlB0n. , Dr- Bl? thinks the dose of poison was I r !t a,ii larger tha. the girl could take In tills t I ?f 341 manner. 1 , : POLICEMAN ULLON'S TRIAL. 8 5j Janitor Wslasl Retolla thn Story of jj , ' , : Tallon's Visit to Mrs. Colsman. H5- : 1 The trial of MlrharT F. Tsllno. thi psrk m i pslleenuu, w romimid In tho Oj-er nml Tor- 5 : : i mloer t-(li.r. Ho It iharscd with perjury In' W 1 fj) ftnneetlou, with M rrft ot Lillle M. ili'nmn. ?if H fi wh"Oi h chargnl with mlleltlns. ,fr i-h , ..Ernt, w'''!. Jiulwr f the hnii.o hero 'qt Mi Jt. Coleman III nl, .il. that in the nlcht nf lfi (tilAH ,b arroit 1oll.ni called nt the hmiKi., un l r. iK Jruti lrll lo get rid nt him. I.ut nailil not. f 'ity tuomu croM-riamluatlon i then hegun, BY Clinrjod with Embezzlsmenr. 14 John Dempsey, aged tweuty-tbree, of ty Bayonne, jj, j., a nreraan at the OUsty ft House, was arrested on Urosdwsy yeaterdsy ' V afternoon by Detective Gates, ot the First ff Precinct, on a warrant sworn out by 1'. V. M Collier, a publisher of this city, Dempaey i L waseustsed as a collector Id Kansas city la 1801, and the Casualty and Fidelity Oom- r pany went on his bond, lie left there Id No- 1C verober lut, and his accounts, it is alleged, ly ate 30O short. He says he only owes the a?;. firm two, and claims to have made an oner Hv to pay back this amount at 'J0 a month. This offer was refused. Id the Tombs court 1 , ttls morning Justice Martin remanded Seup. 1 fT My uotll to-morrow nioroing. bB , ' HI Flos Furniture. LIIB' i .,T6' rtttiai la Fcsxiroas ui s bad rWyS''. NATHAN HAS A NEW SCHEME. Ho Will Have an Organization of HIb Own. Its Power, It Is Ssld, Will fla Thrown to the Democrats. The Republicans In Brooklyn, who have worked hard to perfect the plans 1 for reorganizing the party In Kings County, were not surprised this morn ing when It beenme known thnt Collector Nathan, who had openly declared his opposition to the plans, hnd adopted new tactics for enlarging his Independ ent party. Nathan's scheme Is to form a new or ganization and throw nil his power with j the IJemocrats next Fall. When the district associations organize . their Ward Committees, nnd elect dele- gates to the Central Committee, the Nothanltes, It Is said, will demand seats. They Mill claim this privilege oti the1 ground that, as members of tho defunct 1 ennrnl Committee, they paid their dues, which have never been refunded. Their argument will be Ignored. Then. It Is said, Nathan will show his bund. The case will be taken to the courts, and a demand made for their rights un the assumption of a contract. The "regulars" are Batlsllcd now that Nathan Is outside tho Republican party, and can never regain his lost prestige. The new party Is the last move. The Nathatiltes have become desper ate, and have been going about Is suing circulars like the following', lnneiienilent Cltlienn' Leasti of .... Ward. iLncitllun ot headquarters iutel hera.) Mtmhemtiln hlank. . , , , Urooliljn tS... I dealre to become a member of your league. 1 reatite at No anil nm .... .rears of ace. I certify that I nm routierled with uelther Itepuhllcan illitrlct mr Dnuoi'ratle ward asao 1'latnna, or, if an, that 1 horeliy agree to resign therefrom. , Applicant, oucher. Nathan's Ides, It Is said, Is to make honest Itepubllcans disgusted with tho party. I CJeorge N. Duchannn, the well-known active Ilepubllcnn In South Brooklyn, I hns resigned from the party and up , plied for membership In the ward Dem ocratic Association. Mr. lluchanan says he has grown tired of the Inconsistency of the men who run the Ilepubllcnn party. GAS FILLED THE THEATRE. A Family's Narrow Esoaps from As phyxiation at the Roumnnla. Shortly after t o'clock this morning Mrs. narntken, who lltes with her family In moms I oier tlia Houmaula Theatre on the bowi rr, j waa nwakeneil by a feeling of nauaea anil I rllanoTereil the nm waa full ot gns. Ur children were beginning to feel tho effects of I Ihe tai, ami all hnmls fled to Ilia street, where t the air retired the-n. j Policeman ltosenburg and the night watch, man made au Inrektlgatlon, nnd found pis escaping from the etgnteea burners of the thea tre footlights. Had any one tried lo light another Jat In the theatre an rinloaton might bate occurred. It was said at the theatre this morning that this was the third lime that thai gas hnd been turned on and left to escape. It was thought to he the work of somu malicious perm i. Almut fi o'clock this morning the night watoh. man found a foung man named Ike sleenlog In cine of the oresalng-moma. He said lis had been aent there to guard some costumes. Manager Bernstein was sent fur, hut declined to bare the young man arrested. It waa thought b turned tht gas on by accident. DO THEY PRESAGE A PLAGUE? Wood Lloe ot Mysterious Orltrln Cause Alarm In Pennsylvania. LANOafrncn, Pa., May 20.Dr. 8. B. Waber has dlarnrsred that lice which bars been a , plague for the past eight months In the east ern end of this county are wood Ilea belonging to equatorial countries. How they got here Is a mystery. Dr. Waber Is greatly alarmed nrer bis dlscorery and tele graphed Secretary Edge, of the Htate Board of Agriculture, (necking State aid at once, and ' Mounting ths Secretary to come here. The doctor says the flee are iindnulitrdly the forerunner of n plague, which he fears will lie obolera. With the coming of the warm weather the lice will multiply with aUroiliii rapidity, and the result tmmt be iltaaalroua If nu meaus are . found to eitcrnilnate them. " Red" Hurley Goes Bee to Jersey. George Hurler, alias " Ilea " Hurley, who wns arrested In this city two weeks aco (or Jumping bis call in .Terser city, was turned ' over lo the Authorities ot that city this morn 1 Ing. Hurley was c&arrej with stealing a I j diamond plu. Woman's Bnffrage ln Michigan. l.ANSINO, Mich., May SO. Tho Woman's Huffrage bill, which pasted tho Senate yester day and now awaits the Governor's signa ture, permits women to vote at mnulclpal elections. Hood's Cures Even When Totally Helpless a ; it it at nuiTi:iti!it Fito.ii nunc. MAT1H.1I t'enble tm Move Hands or Fret. j Hoboiisn. K. 1. " I am s boiler-maker with W, fc A. Fletcner Company, North ltter Iron Works tblt city, and st my bnlne I contracted rbeumstlmn so tbat I txcame a very great uflerer, snd wss really an Invalid j holpieta, could not muts bsnaa or feet, was unable to dress or undress lujielf. I bad tobatebeip lo turn myself In bed. I did not work for four montha and wat In a hospital for a long time 1 neutagreat deal of money without benefit. I asked th doctors If they could curs ms. snd they SAIII TI1KV tUMII.II MIT On day a friend adrliej me to take a bottle ot Uood'a Sarsaparllla. IMirn I hid taken cue tattle I could get up, stand on my leet and walk through the rooms. I continued to take Hood's Cures the medicine, and ateadlly Improved until I waa lierfectly well. I can prove all I aay by my fellow-workmen, who aaw me In mr agony, or by lbs firm by whom I am employed." o, M. Una, Uoboxsn, N. J, Heed's Tills act easily, yet promptly and f&dently, on the Utsx asd towel. i!6 casta. BOY HIGHWAYMEN CAUGHT. Bobbed a Poddlor and Loft Him Insonsiblo on the Streot, Uelleved to lie fart of the lonc Who ltob Cyclers In the I'ark. Three boys were arraigned before Justice llurke In the Harlem I'ollce Court to-d.iy on a chnrge of highway robbery and nssnult. Harris Itoss. a peddler, of 2241 First nvenue, wno attacked the other day on Ninety-eighth street, between the Iloulevard and Tenth avenue, by four boys, who knocked him down, heat him until he wai Insensible nnd then robbed him of S 1.73, all the money he hud In his possession. Detectives Watt nnd Knne, of the Went One Hundredth street stutlon, early thlx morning arrested 1 "rtuiiti , I'hlele. aged eighteen, of 761 Columbus , nvenue, ns one of Itom'.i nHSallantH. rhlfle cotifessuil, nnd nntned Oeorge larrell, aged sixteen, of 70J Columbus nvenue, James (Ireenwood, nged seven ICf!' ' 601 Amsterdam avenue, and Mickey Hogan, address unknown, ns his accomplices. Kartell nnd Green wood were nrrested at their homes. This morning Thlele, Karrcll nnd Greenwood were held In the Harlem To llce Court In $1,000 ball each by Justice llurke. J. Bchnefer, n saloon-keeper, nt 20? est Ninety-eighth street, testified that he had seen Thlele grab Iloss by the ears, throw him down and batter his head against the sidewalk until Hoas was Insensible. Thlele was as sisted by three other boys. The police believe thnt In arresting Thlele. Karrcll and Greenwood they have captured part of the gang about which wo many coniplnlntn have been recently made by bicycle riders In ( entral I'ark, who, with a number of lioys, state that they have been robbed by a gang of young men, who over power them by their number and take uwny all their valuables. RAILROADS AND RAILROAD MEff. News and Gossip of Interest In Transportation Circles. Eastern Passenger Ag-nt Carpenter, of the I'eunejlvanla. la Just recovering from aa at tack of the "grip' The New York Central management baa de cided to carry none but puld paaaingirs m the nilloii flyer, eell on Its Initial trip, neat (Sunday. ' W. C. itlnearaon. who need to be rieneral I Passenger Agent of the trie, haa been nppnlnled to a ulinllnr ililon on Ihe Cleveland, Aknm I and Columbus mud. Arhltratnrs Cassatt and nilaa to-day are ror-' mally hearing the rraenna why the I3S rate I I adopted temi.irarlly b) the .New York Central I for Its Iwinty.hour Iralu should he continued by that CitiiMUiy. f Trealilent Newton, of the Panama mad. la remulbl for the statement that there la a I proposition under cunilileratltsi l.r the directors 1 of thnt road for the tnirvhaae of certain nf the atiamcra of the Paclnc Hall plying between 1 this ilt and Coliai, The official report of th raltroada In New ' Jersey for 1802, Just filed, shows thst them are i L',111.1 miles of rund In that stale with an assessed valuation ut (214, 072,322. The Erie baa postponed Its Summer time table ' from Mar 23 until June 4, for the main line and Newark liranchea. The Tort Wayne end of the Pennsylvania ta being rapidly double-trackeil to i.titcago, and it ta aipectcd that half the rund will he com- 1 pleteil by June 1ft. The entire road la ci- 1 beeted to be diMilile-tniiked by Sept, 1, Then look nut for eitra foil trnlna. Dock Commlaaloocr James J. I'brlan, of this elty, has dereloiml Into a rallnml magnate, and has gone South to purchase properties In Ala bama and Iiottlaiana. W. K. illcliards, of the Cleveland, Akron and Oolumbua road, after June 1 will be (leurral Freight Agent of that Company. Tlie retsirt Is again heard In ratlror.d circles that the Ontario and Westirn Is sum to tiass under the West Shore management. TO HEAR JURORS EXCUSES. Commissioner Nooney Thinks the Exemption Law In Too Broad. Commissioner of Jurors Robert 11. Mooney. lias liven notice that beginning Juno 1 ho will I ear claims for eiemptbn from Jury duty, Those entitled lo cieiaptlnn nre: i Clergymen, layrrs, phtslclana, drntlata, pro- feasora or teachers ln colleges, ncildemlea or puhllu achnols. eitltori. illtirlal nrlters or re porters on dally nen-sUiH-rs, druggists, mlllntla t men, iHillcenien, flrvim-n, 1'iiIiihI static and ,clty employees, ofllcers of isaels nnd pilots, , engineers, ciaidnclrra or suprrluli'iulcnts of mil nits, grsnd sheriff's or civil court Jurors, or persons plnelcallr iinutile to seno on n Jury, timtnhisloiii.r MiMiev h of the oiiinlist thnt the Kiemptlon law Is Ion broad nud lultuds If Isisslble to narrow It down. i DID SNYDER START THE FIRE? Found Unconscious from Drlnlc In a Room ln tbs PahpI Btrnot Butldlnir. It It tbonslit tfValaj tliat tlio tlr at 303 Penrl treet la at nljht w caupetl by a mnn namod .Snjtlcr, wtio win found lutoilcntt'd La tho LulMlni. Snj.W ! iinronnrlom nt the Cbnmbprn Strict IIilltnl from nlhollRii., mil It M hcHi'tM ttiat lu lilt bofuddlfil txsuiltt he dropiMil hU iilH n r M of iefljH-r In u nura uu tin , fourth llir. Mniilpr addrrM and orrnpatton U unknown. nrrruEcur not ykt cavuht. I IjONO ISLAND fnY, M.it W.-Uupprrrlit, ttio ml Ml n k Auart'latit, Un not iin j.'t tiprn rnpltirM. He In known to iV ti dincpnui mnn, and tlnvto who Iihw InuuinHt liln ttliplruRuri 1 nro ftflrful, j " Otre my Life to You." That is n atroiig stntonient. Yot exactly what Miss Gcr truilo Sicklor, of Wilton, N. J., has written to Mrs. Piuklmm. She says : " I suffered terribly with sup pressed and painful inoiistruti-1 tions. Doctors could only koon mo from having fits eauh "month by giving mo morphine. This continued until I was com pletely prostintod. " My father at Inst got mo a bottle of Lydiu PUxkhnm's Vegetable Compound, which nt onco gave mo relief. It did what the doctors could not cured me. I never have any trouble now, nnd havo no dread of tho coming month. ! " I owe my ltfo to you. Oh ! 1 if other suffering t?3G8 womon would try iflraSraii your valuable ffo. .jjllam medicine t h o y SU would bless you Jfafc Alldrogglitsssll It. lnXlS) Addrsss la oooDdsnes, yT fr?fYiSfrm Ltoia k. rimniM u id. Xr4imj9BMI Ca , Ltn. Mass. t-. JKf Lvdta JS. Unhbmtn't -f . , ff&fY,,,, JAwmr Jtila, MS cents. Daniell! and Sons, BROADWAY, (The Block) 8th & Qth St, Ladies' HOSIERY. A Great Drive For Saturday. OBNUINC I.1SLD THRI1AD, RICIIELinU AND PLAIN. thi'v conPHisnTwo-TONnn.coLORno T0P5. WITH PAST BLACK BOOT. AL50 .Mil.lD COLORS, TAN5, ORAY.. AND OPCRA AHADfiS, ALL ARE WORTH 80c. PAIR. For this Sale PAIR. WERE DiClDfiS TO BLAME ? Lontz Died Soon After He Was Turned Away from Bellevue. Pronounced a Caao of Alcoholism The Man Waa Prlioner. An nutopny to be performed under the direction or Deputy Coroner O'Hnre to day will decide whethor DrB. Furrlnir toti, Jllner nnd flcddy, of nellevue Hos pltnl, wore KUllty of negllsrcnce In turn Intr Oppenheltner I.entz, ntred forty-live, a German laborer, llvlns at 72 Him street, away from the hospital last night ne a "common drunk" to die nn hour later In the street. letitz wan taken to nellevue In nn am bulance from Jefferson .Market ln the rvenlnir. Ambiilnnce Surgeon C. F. S.in tiDrn found that he was suffering from nlcohollnm nnd n frnctured rib. Iln hail nlHo woundx on the nce and over the left eye. All of hi Injuries wre pronounced due to a fall while I drunk. Lena walked to the corner of First nvenue nnd Twenty-fifth Btreet nnd wns foutu d&ad nt thnt point by Policeman Dooley nn hour Inter. Tlie body wub taken to the Morgue, where it was en- . tered as that of nn "unknown man." I Later It was recognized. Warden O'Uourkc, of the hospital, said this morning that the rule not to admit common drunks who needed no medtcul nH.ilatnnce was an old one. No mat ter how drunk a mnn wns, however. If he rcully needed medlcnl aid. It would be Riven htm at the hospital. It wns ntcertnlned this morning that1 I.entz was n prisoner, and hnd three days morn to serve. The Hellevue au thorities hnd no right to turn the prlH oner loose, as a proper trnnsfer eitp was sent with I.entz. It Is probable that when this over sight Is reported to the Commissioners of Charities nnd Correction they will In stitute a very tlgld Investigation. MAT GET 10 PER CENT. IN JUNE. Outlook for Depositors or the Bank nf Deposit. Depositors hae lieen floixlhig the I'reslilent'a ' rn.un of Ihe Naltou.il Hunk of Deposit for the iost to ilnjs, In oriler to sign the proposition between Ihe ileprmtlnrs ami the bank, pmilillng for Ihe npimltitmeut of trusters m llo.ultl.ile I the nlTalra of the lutltntlnn. Tho major sirtlon of Ihe hear.r depositors have already Klt-n.-., nlmut IU0 In iiiimiier, anil the mutter U i.elnx ilelnyrij In wilting on Ihe 4.'.0 smiill ili'iMnllnr. the tihijorlty uf uhom lire inei hanti'M ami clerks. It l thought lh.it the list will be finished to-ilar. The niunlu'r of signers riiitlred Is SU nr ei-nt. of ihe Intnl. The slgni'd iiroiMwItlun nlll then be trlTeii to :innk i:i.tiniier Kimball, tvho ulll forumd It nlth Ills iitiiroral ti the 'ii'iiilrnllrr of the lirri ney nt w.iehlngton. lie will nt Hire release the bank to Us former onVcru, nhu w 111 In turn nssli;n It to the Iras, ten It Is thought thnt the trustees tvIU begin tnelr work nlmut Juno 1 nt the Intest. There Is nlsmt $45,1)00 oa hand, nnd ns punn as 4;i,imhi more ran be sei ured from rolloriloiis the llrst tuii mint ot 10 inr cent, will bo made. It Is belletvd this nllt be done before June 10. STARtri MAY GET THE FRANCHISE. et&tan Islanders Fr Their Farry May Chantre nn3d. On Mondn.T lh franrlilKc of the Statrn Ialamt IVrry will W mM at nuotlui Iy tho romp- ; trUpr, ftti-l Stutfi Irlrnlors nr muru alartiil fofir Hio fnilic'l'' fall In" th hantU t h (xmiituttT nt.Jv'r (Han iln Mu It'll 'it-luivwl llupld Tmimlt rmuin.T, nhlrh mw (vntnlt It. It tit known that John II. Kt.-trhi In ufter tli i frnnrliHe, anl the renliVnt n f Ht, iirifi trv fi'.irful thtit nhouM h c't tt hf will nm l-rxita !( cllicr Htlntkt on Ua IM'iml. Thf nrt tmuh illHuntlM at Mayor (111 mv' rfTiiMil tn enmi tluin 11 lifirtnc on tin fUliJtTt, hut ns the Xnriir Mil thflr rcpreNcntu Mvi ,Tttpnlay th1 OimptmlKr hna already ail Trrtl. the mIp nf the fniurhltf, anil It muni ho Kohl to th. hlxheat hiaJer, he It Mr. Si mill or tome one elie, i FIRE LAID TO STRIKERS.. Two Attempts to Eurn Lumber Piles wt Tooairanda. TOXAWANIU, N. Y., Mar Ifl.-I'lre broke out at o'clock this rooming In two dlfriTent llnoes nnnsig the lumber mi the flocks of Fas. sett A tlelllnjer. over SiHOiai feet of lumber was emlangered by the tln. nlthougb the ac.ual datunge ilo-'S not iiccmI $fi fsJ. It la beliered the Are was Ihe work of In. cendlsrlia, and suspicion pilits to ihe locked, out lumber shovers, ritsctt i nelllnger hate ibiin foremost In onposllhst to the rnhm, and l hare brought inauy lvlea here lo till the I strikers' places. CATHOLIC CLUB OFFICERS. Result of Last Nleht'e Exciting- Elec tion Ms.de Known. The resell of tbe Cnlhollc Hub's exciting elec. ' tint last nlgbt was noi knon until this morn ing, when It was snniMinced as follows: President. Chsrles V. 1'omes; First 'Vlce-Presl-C.'.V.: JjV:l,,l..r- Ital': '"ciiaiil Vice l'rilditii. William II. Hurst; Secretary. Joetili U. Oirena; Treasurer, I'hlllp II, f.nanaghj ilanan-rs. for two years, llsnlel K. O'llrlen. William T. limn. I'homaa F. Miirthn, (sicar F. Melvin, John T. i Finlln. John I). Destnond, Frauds f. tYnTirs altl tfeuls ytln; Msnnger, for me yiar, to All racaiicjr, Jotm F. Martin. William Helm Democrats Organize. Democralt ot the Ninth A(6erably District laat night organlrcd tho "William Helm Democratic rluh" at. Orleiharer's Hall, lao Ninth avenue. The oincera for the enaulhc year ore: I'rrsltlent, Jamet J. Daly! Vice, rreaiaeut, John Fuller; Secretary, Johu t. Doollng: HuaDclal beiretary, William Helm; bervcanuat-Arins, John Keating'. New Centers As thsj g.t po.t.4 bur the bait farallare far Ills east aaaaai at IutB, 14U at. aa f th are. , - . -y . . -u.vJijs . nMSBaBugs."-er "-v rsjasaatis&flBfssr ssaaaaaaufa&fcjas Br r n .v-iBBscMLiiiMMBsMisB O'NEILL'S 6th Ave., 20th to 21st St. 1 MISSES' AND INFANTS' DEPARTMENT. SPECIAL PRICES TO-MORROW, f'HII.imKN'S RKEFKR9, IN IILUC ONLY, i TO lit VKAU1, 98c. WITH BUTTrrtFr.Y CAPES, IN TAN, DLUC ANU MIXED (LOI II, 2.98. ClllI.nrtE'S FINK U1NOIIAM OtllMrE nitKhSKS, WITH FULL ItlJI'KI.K, KDUELt WITH EMDH01UEKY, i TO 8 YEAIl.S. 1.98. IN 10 TO 14 YEAH HIKES 2. Oil. OlIILOIUCN'S WIIITIM.AWN IIIIF8SE8. WITH COLL A It AND CUFFrl OF I'.MIIKUIOBKY, 4 TO 14 YEARS, 1.98. CHILDREN'S NAINSOOK AND LA WN DREHHKH. WITH HhM.STITCHKI) YOKE. HI.liKVKH AND NECK I'DUED WITH KM BK01DKIIY, 1TO 3 YEAR. 89c. CntLDKRN'R EMDROIDERED AND CORDED CAl'.H. ALL SIZES, 25c. CHir.nitEN'S NUN II ATS, KMBR01DF.REI) CROWN AND .SHIRRED LAWN UUIM, 79c. and 98c. H. O'Neill & Co., 6th Ave, 20th to 2 1 st St. m m I In cniiiicclion wicli tlicir ! grunt Hiile of Hosiery ami Mam offer 200 dozen .Slier iciwear -25c Silk flowing: end knots, worth f)Oc. oiuili, and "Witshablo Foiir-in-liand Ties and Hows. West 23d Street. FOR DR. BURTSELL'S RETURN. A Committee Going' to Pload xrllh Mirr. Katolll. The pnrlahlnneni of tne Citliollc. riiurrli of the i:pliluitij-, THint.r serii:ul street ami Socoiiil ave nue, linve tiKiutei a ill legntlnn tn pieaent Mgr. Sntnlll with ietltlmis slgmsl liy fiO.000 per. 1 H4is, risking fir the rrlnstn lenient of Rev. Dr. Hlt'lmrit T. Ilurtsell. wlm wns ri'Unmil liy Ari'li I.Uluii tVirrlgitll fliini tlie ilihilir tn St. Miiry'rt t'liuri'li In Riniiliiiii, ,N. ., rur defimllng iir. Mcllynn. 'ihe ilclcgatlnn ei.r.slts nf .MaJ.ir li'livanl Duffj-, nf the Slstv nlnlh Itegliuenti Ninniel IJnn1vvln. Thomas Mctlrath, Ilernunl J. lh.rry, Fenllniinil O'llllgUtt, 'Ihiilll.is llli-UHiill. J'neph t'ri'l ll.-ll, Kugine Cliirke, Mli-linel Juyre, Thanms WnNli, John llergen. ritlllti I'iii, I'rnnk Kelli ntnl lnt rlek Crmie, uuil ullt lune for WnwliliiL'tist tn inurnnv erenlng, 'Ihe iielillnn will he pie senteit at the Cnltmlli' rnlwn,lty on Sutulny, 1 A iHinntiT pi'tltlist I lielng gnttin up hy Dr. Rnrtsell's Itisiitnnjt parUhloni-rs. whn have grown i attaehetl tn htm, ami ilj not like to Iiao him. SUIPPIXG 2flW8 eiLMAIfaiO FOR TO.HY. ! rliM.. 4.SS Sdd itta. 7.101 MoobU. ,.2.28 I WATER lU-UAI, ' A. M. P. M. FndrnAk i, in Terxr'i Inland IS.'il B. 4'J 1UI1 Utle 7,14 7.4i I LOW WATifc 10UAT. fiaadr Mok lO.n n.Hfl I (otoTBor'tiiitDti li, nv li.0 Ufii (ut i .bj ! Had Ktittr btftadard iln utrl tur HllUtl. TOUT OI-' VUKK. AltltlVFU. Rtaamtr Kton Trlbra Kr1rich Wiihtlm, Ciipt. i Ahruna, trom.Nplo May Dnd (JiLrtUnr 13, with , iMer3hudin And 73J ifrtti iaPOtcr to , 0lrkht A Co . rflt l vt ttii bar at A Aft A. M. htamtr r nelttur, Capt, I'enjr, from w Or ltaut Majr yo, with inercheinUia lu J. T. Van Mcttli. tilatner I-urt .llrmarrh., Capt. Allirri. frnm llaiiiburc M7 1H an 1 sNoutliauintun .Mar li', with ntrohan.ii anil 4:W cabin an 1 3JH fterasa iaa urrra to li. J. t'ortta, a'nted al thn Ur at 11. Hi A. M IHy' run. 4:1 &. 47:, 46J. 404, 477, 487. UOo Tim nf paaaitt t. ila) and 19 hour a, Mran.tr J altanaiao, (apt. Aakuii, from Satan nah witt, mrrotiandiaa aud paovuKera to H, 1., V alktr. Steamer Znandcl, ipt. !);U, from Itmtr-nlam May lu, wib uirtbiindlftt find pnsHi-uccri. to Kuuoh, IVlju V to uirinl nt tho Uir at U (A. M. Ktmn.fr City of (VlumMn, Tiipt, Jenny, from WtMt 1'ottit, wtth tnt relmiilHA nnd .ucnLer i to tbe Old IViuiIii.oii iStcniimtil,! (Vjiiiiuu)-, liUlCOINU STUA.UK. .3. aaiLFP TO-Dit. Aluonqnlo, CharlaitoD. btate ol Taiaa, Keruaudlna, "iu tall. TD'UOfto Matla oof, Yaiaala aatt. ChrKtar, Southampton. , . 1 0(1 r m 4,U0i'i I ily of Rome, l.ivatp ol ,,, l.tUi'U :t,iK) pm tone ho, (ialvtatnQ .. 3.00 m Mruna, LitrrpM 11.30 a m M.i-U i- m 1,1 Mont, .Vat 0 Iran .. S.ODru lea ritiiiiM. Iia.r 1,0Cau 4,huau lein'talana. Ntf OrUana .. M.ODpu Muriat, (ruada 10,00 am I2.0m (iriiaha. llataoa 11.00 am J.oopM Prloi M illem I., Marti. 11, OA a W ,U0 M I rhtladtlphta, I.a Uuayra-.11.00 a U 1 .OK r H ! r-nnlatid. Antwerp i.supm 8,oru i Hbatia, Haiuhtirc 4.00 p m Tft'lahaaina, SaTa'inan,.,,, , S,00 T M Vandm, Hoitardam 2.00 M 4.00 a m ; Tarrt. (Jaooa lu.00 a u IKCOUINli S1KAMKIUL I DUE TO'DAT. j rnttlla, Gibraltar ADrii 30. I Ailaa, Jaiuatoa laj HO. J db to no a aaw, Carnpaofa. I.tvarpnol May 20, t:aebata.r Gthralur May 11, I Huila, Ufft May U. . Faila, ailUUairtoft kUj 10, Great Special Sale OF Men's and Boys' Suits. m 400 Men's Suits, jw single and double 4y5 breasted, all fabrics, (4 j)reducedfrom$l2.00, ZfT $15.00 and $16.00 W $8.80. 500 Boys' Suits, a with extra pants, fflji reduced fromff $6.50, $7.00 audjrWjQj $8.50 to wi 2.49,3.98,4.50 j B.Stern&Son 458 and 460 Grand St., cor. Pitt St. Open Evenings Till 9 O'Clock. Write for Samples. A Substitute. (From Tuck.) Customer nave jou a copy ot tbe " Fifteen Decisive llattlis?" Hookecller ro; we're all out. nut we can giro you 'ItefK'Ctlona ot a Married Mam" VICTORY FORJTHE WAITERS. Proprietor Ponontnal Olves Up After a Three Houre' Flcbt. I'roprlrtcir Ienatr Itcnonllml, of the Cof. rilumlnis, at Hoiuton ami Clinton streets, ac knnuliilxtv blmsrir imiten by the Walters' AlllaiK-c. He had a hrl f hut llrely acrtuimage with th- Union last nllit, on the oconslon ot thn opi.nlnK nt his niir restaurant, anil tha waiters ritmo O.T Icturlous. No liloml waa abeil. 'Ihe tnmlile aross over the employment nf a ciik whn illil nut tiel.mir to the t'nitiii, and Just ns the cui'ts li.id arrlveil und were L'ettluit rr.uly fur the fenit. all Ihe waiters wulVed nut ut ll.n iMmiiKili.l nf the Seerelilrr nf the Alli um1!', I'mprletiir Ki'si-mtml rjilh-il lu the police and tried lo pet suine nther wullers. but every Imlrh ibut arrived mis Induced to Join the i al risers. 1'lnsllr Mr. llosenlhal cave un the rmk was1 swum Into the I'tilim, nud the old wulters re-1 turtioil tn their plnri-s. The feast was re suuii'd after three huura' delay. INDIANS THREATEN TROUBLE. Angered nt the Encroachments Unon Their Lands In Montana. SrnKANX. Wash,, May 2ti.-Advlrcs from the Hut-Head Indian resretattnn In Montana, are to the effiet thit (treat illssatlsfnrtlon eilsis anirnin the KiMiteutl! Iriilliins tiei'mile nf the usurpation hy while aettlers nf Ihelr l.inds. In Hime nf the Indian itlluKe rounells are liolnc held, and Acelit llntuli tins lieen liotllled liy l.neas, chief nf Ihe Irll.e. that unleiis Ihe I Infrlncenients ceose insilil,i may he eipeeieil, I The agent tms hm-li'iied to the place of tb. trniilile, nt Iliiylnn Creek, Agent Honau will uulenvor to eject the irea. i nassers without iimtrowray, but, tf necessary, bo will call fnr (iovernuieiit ulJ. Toraporerr Letrnl fleparntlon. In tbe Tombs l'oltco court tblt morntnir Tbouus WalaU, a Janitor at nu Washington tucet, majc a comilaintof disorderly con duct acalnst Andrew Johnson and ti wife, Lena, for disorderly conduoi. Tlie, couple baro not beenllvinif tosetber for (he past yuor. Lena went last ntbt to serre dlrorce papers and a row ensued. Justice Martin tent each ot thera to the Inland tor two mouths in default ot sou ball tor good Dekavior. EVERY BOY AND GIRL GIVEN 1 BICYCLE OR TRICYCLE. E Every purchaser of $15 worth or more of I Clothing may select free of charge their choice li of either one of these Bicycles or Tricycles. II MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. I BICYCLE. TRICYCLE. JL Rubber Tires, Leather Saddle, Steel Wire "Wheels, Driving Genr "Wrought-Iron Frame, Steel Wire Lever System, Solid Comfort Plush 1 Wheels, Steel Axles. Boys 4 to 15 Seats. Girls 3 to 15 years. Worth I years. Worth $10.00. $10.00. ' J HOW CAN WE DO IT? Instead of spending: U our advertising money In newspapers wa give our customers a part of It. ' Samples and measurement blanks mailed to out-of-town customers. F'':1 flANN BROTHERS, : ; 314, 316, 318, 320 GRAND ST. j ASSIGNEE SALE! j Legal Notice Is given by ths Assignee that the entire stock of Men's Suits and Overcoats of the firm of A. H. KING & CO. MUST BE TURNED INTO CASH AT ONGF TO SATISFY THE CLAIMS OF THE CREDITORS, I Tho Stock consists of MEN'S nnd BOYS' SUITS, "VERCOATS, TROU8ERS, SHOES, FURNISHING 1 COODS, HATS.&c.nntl ovorythlnK must bo sold reg'ardless of oost or loss. Nothing Reserved. I LEOPOLD WEIL, ASSIGNEE, 627629 BROADWAY, near Bleecker Street. I store: open untix, io qclqck atorday nioht. CLOTHING. jfllKN'M, VtMITIIH' A.M C'llII.IIKKN'.X. Sprtaf Ovareoats, ,10.00 npi Blaok Cbrslot Sulti, all wool, (13.00 up, Doutila Brraaltst Back and Vrosk Knits, tU.OO up; Gold Buslosss Suits, $8.0(1 up; Hajra Hulls, $0.00 up. Chllilrsn's Suits. Q2.&0; Spnug Troussia, ,4.00 up. At cash prices ou CREDIT THU.Mrs TO MJIT AI,L, AT C'Aiall PKI(!i:n. Ladies' Silk and Cloth Suits, ja'Ki:th, natin ami i.4uic c'aimx. C'l.OTIl CAIM'.N, i:thn hijits. MIsss' sod i'liiMrsn'a Suits, Jacksts, Itstfcrs, Ac. l.ailica1 auil Mlsasa' Shoes. DRY GOODS. . Hi'lti, Velvets, 1'rlnteJ China tud India Si Iks, I Mrurnlns UooiIm, Drrfi Uootli, (tlnsbami, I l.ourcVnf ping tloodt. Hosier y, Correti, &cu Open VeJne(j and Satarda; Teulon until I D. 31). Brcok.yn Stores, 464 and 466 Fulton St. ; FURNITURE MO CARPETS. Ilaby Carrlat, Itefrl(trator, kc, Ac. T.KELLY, 6th Ave. & I 7th St. 100, 102, 10i AM) 106 WK.ST 17TU ST. I I!ntraoc throuiih thn Kurnlturn Store. Muslin Underwear At our Grand Street Store, To-morrow. Corset Covers, with fine embroidery SctS, (value 75 eta.) Drawers, with fine embroidery and clus ter of tucks Jo cts. lvalue $1.00.) Walking Skirts, with deep ruffle of fine em broidery and two clusters oi tucks Sl.OO. lvalue $1.15.) Corsets, extra long waist cjq CtS. Lord & Taylor Grand Street Store. NEW RECORDS EXPECTED. The Pari and Campania Duo at Tills Port Within a Ftw Bourp. Tbe Fucrit Hitman, of tha Hamburg line, completed her run from l'rawle Tolat, Buuth hampliin.tn Sand? Hook at 8.43n'clock this morn ing, maklni tha run In 0 tiara IS houra from l'rawle Tulut. The weather was favorable, and shipping men arc of the opinion that both the Caniinnla and l'arla, which are now on their wajr to this iort, will eatablfsh new records for tho respective distances run. The Carapauln passed Haunt's Rock at 3.0a o'clock P. SI. nn Sunday laat. To equal the record trip of th Paris oiade last tVlolier S days, H hours and S4 minutes she mill hare to he nlicum of Sandy Hook lightship at 12.i9 o'clock to-iuormw morning. The Purls, which left Southampton Saturday, passed the eedloa at 2.10 o'clock P. M, the same day. If thu American liner hopes to enual the rii-r.nl nf thn Fuerst Illsuiarrk 1 daya, II houra and 44 minutes she must lie In sight of Sandy lluok at 8.M o'clock this esenlng. The Paris has on Nurd '.'.10 saloon, 2.1 second cabin and 30 atceragn jsissengert. lha Cam pania carries about the anuin number. ONE NEW TYPHUS CASE. Two Daatne Also Reportsjd by the Health Authorities. The carle morning bulletin at tbe Bureau of Health, announced two deaths from typhus fe ver, and one new rase, Tbe deaths wars lhie of Vt llllam Iiaker, aged 40, homeleat, who died at .North Ilnilhers Island, at 11,40 last night, ami Tim llroderlik, aged S3, of 113 llnwery, who died at the Island at 7 o'clock this morning. 'Ihe new case was tbat of David Warner, aged 21, of :md Madison street, wbo waa Brat taken to Hellevue Hospital, aud from thera to !ortu Ilrother Island. m ' Wentber Forecast. Local forecast for thtrty.alx liour ending at H 1'. II. Saturday! I'alr, except occailonal sboneri on Saturday; iiatlonary temoera ture; easterly winds. The following record shows tbe chanret la tbe umperature during tbe morning hours, aa Indicated by tnn thermometer at Perry's fbarmacyi A. M..4f A. M...MI I A. M...SJ lM..eg RIB LEYS' GRAND ST., N. Y. HOSIERY. Special Bargains. 780 LADIES' IM PORTED SPUN SILK RIBBED VESTS, low neck, I no sleeves, ribbon run, white, I cream, straw, lavender, pink, I sky, cardinal and black, I FULL LENGTHS, I 48Co f UiUALIjY SOLD AT 75C. EDW. RIMT& SONS, 308 to 321 GRAND ST., H. I THIS A $5.00 STORM (fW , FLANNEL SIIT.fA 111 Sizes. I $35. if II Navy and vk sjts Black. BEST VALUE IN NEW YORK. MAIL ORDERS FILLED. nONEV KCPUNDCD IP NUT SATISFACTORY j I With Thanks. I 1 " fTrota ruck,) I NoTlce-JIow Iouk do you tnlnk- tbe editor of Tbe AtUntlo will keep me waiting lor my I poata to appear! .... I v Oldband-lt wlU probably appear la year I t Boraiaf utiL I I s 1 0 jsl'