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6 THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 30, 1694.
NEST OF SMALL-POX. There Have Been Nine Gates in a Big Eighth Avenne Tenement. Then Are Twenty Families and 100 People In the Building. Healrt Officer Vaccinating Bvery- ' ' body In the Vicinity. j Another neat of amall-pox hail been tlia- j covered by the Health Department In the 1 Ms tenement, harboring twenty families em! 100 people, at 2704 Eighth avenue. t Afa reetilt, there are eight patients acrl- oualy 111, and a man detained for obser vation In Itlverslde HoBpltul, North ! Brother Island, this morning, while In W. Reception Hospital, at the foot of East i Sixteenth street, there lies the body of a I victim of the Infection, who -when found j was slowly dying and unable to be re- j moved, and a convalescent Is detained I there for disinfection. The unfortunates are: I ANNIE WARD, nine yeara oM. r. "lv rimnrM I from tat houae to Keceptloti Iloaplt.l tor tturlai ' JAMBS AQAR, lfnu si. )n old. JI'l.IA AiiAH. twenty .... ohl. hln lf MARY AUAR. lor. yeM. nlit, il.nr child. ,;. BRIDGET AtlAH, Av. montbH olj, youngest ehlld of the Aeih IlKRTIK MOKAN, aev.n yean nM. Recovered I Oftar three week. Mlneaa .-n.l taken to Rlvaralde i aloapltaJ for ulalnfettlon LILL.1B MORAN. tao-yanr-old alatcr of lierlle j LUCY tVARI). fire yeara old. WILLIAM WART). tbtrly-aeYen yeara old. 1 father of tha dead rhlld, and Lury, laken to , the Island for obaervatlun. ! PELIA AUAR, twenty yeara old, relative of (he I J . Asar family. ; The first Intimation that the Health , Deportment had of the pest-house was late Wednesday night, when Dr. O'Byrne, the uptown Inspector, heunl that there was a suspicious CHSe In the bouse. He went there and found Delia far. She was very ill with small pox, and was at once taken to Hecep Uon Hospital. r Yesterday morning the Inspector went to the Eighth avenue tenement to vac cinate ana fumigate, and discovered that nearly all the members of three fam ilies, the Agaxs, Morans and wards, Were 111 with the dlscuse, and that no Physician had been called In to treat In the Word apartments there was a ad scene. I .it t li- Annie lay on her bed dying, while beside her was William Word, the distracted father, who re fused to leave his child's side. Word was sent to the Hurenu of Con tagious Diseases, and more Inspectors Were hurried to the tenement. The ut most secrecy was maintained In the mat ter until the patients had all been re moved. It would have been an act of Inhuman Hy to take the dying girl from .ho tenement, and so Dr. Doty, the Chief Inspector, ordered that she he left un i disturbed, to die In peace. Mr. and Mrs. Agar and their children : r and LUlle Moran were too sick to stand ! the long journey to Kast Sixteenth siren In an ambulance, so it was determined , I to wait until the evening boat, nnd then take the patients to the foot of Bast One Hundred and Thirty-eighth ff street, and thence to North llrother ." ialand. In the mean time Annie Wind I died, and her body was taken to He- , if' ceptlon Hospltul. At 7.30 all had been taken to the Island. A thorough Inspection of the tenement revealed no more sick ones i The cause of the outbreak Is said t be due to the carelssness of the Moran . .!. family in not report ng the c.isi- of Hertle 'y Moran. Three weeks ago he w.is taken i 111, and when discovered yet-ter lay morn- Mj Ing was almost entirely rec ivered. He was removed to the laland and subjected to a bichloride of mercury bath The nearest house to 7704 Eighth ave nue Is 1760. A number of cases nave been removed from the latter place during the past fer weeks. The Moran boy may have contracted small-pox from that quarter Health In spectors are trying to find the true cause to-day. A most thorough cleaning up Is being given the three floors of the infected tenement to-day. All of the furniture and household effects of the twenty families In the place Is being sent to the Hecep tlon Hospital and fumigated. It will be returned to the owners. The walla and ceilings are being wash ed down with disinfectants. A corps of vaccinators, accompany 1 by sanitary policemen are going through all the tenements In the vicinity vacci nating everybody they can find. WHY NOT WINS THE NATIONAL Minis Fir. In h Grand "iX-pI-rhnnr n l.lvrriol. UVBRPOOU March 30 The Grand National StatplechaM waa won by why Not. i.iiv BUan tvaa iccond and wild Man from BofnttJ war third. There wor fnurfprn Mnrtrrs. Lvly Rllen nindM the running until within ihrp fencea from home, when Wild Man From Borneo drew to thp front; but tin lattr jravt way In the Rtnlsht to Why Not, who won by a lenifth and a half A head Pf'pfiriitMl the lecond and third hnrar. The betting wai 5 to 1 fiKAlnst Why Not. The (irand National courae Is about four miles and 866 varMn Thn prlM in 2,500 aoverelgna, incluaive, at the option of the winner, of a trophy of the value of 100 novt relgnft. POINT BREEZE RACES. nnli n TrfttiliiK Meeting to Be Held Hi the I'hllndelphln Track. illy Ms ir l at H PrM ) PHILADELPHIA, March 30.--That there will he no running meeting at the Point Breele track the coming aeaHon was practically nettled at the meeting I of stockholder! of the Philadelphia I'rlv- 1 liir, f'ark Association last night In the place of the previous offer which Dan iel MoCllnoh made for a lease of the park to the Board of Hlrectors, he offered another propoalton In which he I agreed to lease ih property for twelve i years, pay'ng all taxes, Insurance and a yearly rental of $.1,000. He also agreed to make all necessary Improvements, but he Wanted It distinct ly understood that he would not execute any lease unless all the stockholders j agreed to his proposition. The proposi tion was not received with much favor, j and no action was taken on It. The stockholders, however, decided to hold Ian extra trotting meeting June 26 to 2H. I There will he twelve races, and $10. 000 will be hung up In purses. There will be three stake races, the 2.13 pace and the 1.90 and 2 24 trotting, and the purses will be $1,000 for each. Entries for the meeting will close May 1. RACING NEAR WASHINGTON. Ivy City nnil li.-nii i iim.. Clubs Ar range I)ate. o'.r Assorlatfxl Prm ) WABHINOTON, March 10. An amica ble agreement has teen reached between President RoM.Of the Washington Jockey Club, at BennlngB, ami Tresldent Knge tnitu, of the Ivy City Jockey Club, look ing towards an equitable arrangement by which racing will occur at each track on alternate days. It Is said that fully 800 horses will be on the two tiacks within the next two weeks If the race bill becomes a law. It Is expected to pass the Senate to morrow. James F. Caldwell will act us starter at Ivy City. MR. ERAT'S " HEFOHMRTlOa." The Old Badger Worker Waa Good Until December Last Then He Swindled Publisher Rice Out of 91,100 Cash. Robert Gray, who has th reputation of being an old-time badger-game work er and bunco-man, was arraigned in Vorkvllle Court this morning, charged with B Wind ling Frank A. Klce, a pub lisher, Of 217 Kast Sixty-ninth street. Gray was arreated at his home, 800 ftaronrl avenue, last night by Court Officer Vail. While hi e was publishing a " History of the Volunteer Firemen " he hired (iray as an advertising solicitor. He did not know (iray's record until after the man had been In his employ for some months. When he did learn of it he spoke about it to Gray, who admitted that his past career was not the etralghtest. He had reformed, he said, and wanted a chance to do honest work. He did reform until December last, when he began bringing in bogus ad vertising contracts, on which he ob tained com missions from It Ice. When he got about $1,100 in this way, he dis appeared. Rice did not know of the nature of the contracts until th- advertisements were printed, and be went to collect his bills Many of the firms had no exist ence at all, and others had never given the contracts. Rice put the police on Gray's trak i and they located him yesterday. He was held for examination. THROWN FROM AN ICE WAGON Jamison Win Mnklns Off with It When lilted Oat. John Jamison, twenty-three years old. of 527 West Twenty-seventh street, fell I from an Ice wagon, which he Is accused ! of having stolen, at Twenty-fifth street and Second avenue, at 9 o'clock this morning. He received a severe scalp j wound and bruises on both legs. He Is sal I to have Jumped on the wagon and driven off with It while the driver was delivering Ice. (n making a short turn, around a corner, the wagon tilted and threw him out. The police of the Kast Twenty-second street station took him to Hellevue Hos pital a prisoner. Nearrn Murderer I. y netted. (Br Ani'i, iitfi Press) IIOKTOOMBRT, Ala. March no Oliver Ji-k-ron. colored, one of the (Irtnt murderers, while n rmitsj lo MoatfOtttn Issi niht, was fallen from two deputies, by a dozen masked men and shot to death New Rare Track Near Chleao-o. (By Aaanriated Press ) CHICAno, Man h 30 -Arrangement! ara being made to bttlld a new rare trark near Chicago, It will ba located at Harrington, thirty miles north west of here. and. It la nald. will be under the management of Monroe Salisbury, of California A number of wealthy men are bihlnd the acheme T E5 A. 8 m HPECJAI. hill 13 Fnrmoss, oolong, Japan, Mixed " Kngllnh ilreukhett. and nil kln.W ,,f Ureen Tea y O POUNDS, 98c. t XjL Single p id, t:ir. SM. H. M08ES At CO.. ".1U.I l Vrwv H tippuollu Wulilimlun Market "BILL" POWERS IS NERVOUS. - Held Without Bail for the Murder of John Delmore. Witnesses Tell the Story of the Kill ing In Hunt's Saloon. James, alias "null" rowers, who shot John Delmore last Sunday afternoon In Thomas Hunt's saloon, IIH3 Avenue A, was taken to Harlem Police Court this morning Powers had been taken to Police Headquarters tlrst, where he was I photographed for the Roguea' Qallery. 1 He was also measured and weighed j His height Is 6 feet, and his weight 190 1 pounds j When taken to court he was very nervotlJ and haggard looking. lawyer Jacob ltelllnger appeared for powers The pfiBoner repeated that the shooting was an accident, that he did not know the revolver was loaded, and simply pointed the revolver at Delmore as a "bluff " James f-rn.nn. Hunt's bartender, and Christopher McCormlck, of .167 Bast Seventy-sixth street, made affidavits that they win--' i tne shooting. Thomas j Hunt, proprietor of the saloon, swore he I was on the sidewalk when he heard a pistol shot Inside the saloon. John Hogan, lunch server in the saloon, swore he was in the hallwav at the time anl also heard the shot and; saw Powers run Into the street through the hall. Powers stood trembling before the bar as this testimony was being given. Justice Blmms held Powers without ball. a AFTER ANOTHER MINISTER. Dr. NHS;, Wants In Knnw Why a Orllflrntr Wasn't Filed. Dr John T. Naglt, Chief of the Hurenu of Vital stutlstirs, la jirohlng another esse of dereliction In falling to file a mnrrlaKe certificate within the time Hperlflp! hy law. Thi- case Is that of Courtland Ilamin, tho son of a wealthy Philadelphia leather merchant, who married Miss Teresa Atlee, daughter of Mrs. John A. BUckldy, of 443 KhhI One Hundred and Rlxteenth street, Oct 7 lat. The marrlaue la said to have taken place at the nouae of a friend of Mlns Atlee, Hev. J. L,. Kellogg, of Philadel phia, officiating. The marriage waH kept secret until laat Tueaday, when the bride confessed to her mother that ahe had been married since October. I r. Nagle this morning wrote to Mrs. Huckley for Information about the mat ter, Btatlng that no marriage certificate had been filed In hla office and explaining i that this constituted a violation of the law. TRIED TO WRECK A TRAIN. Onatrurtlnn Placed on an Oblo DrldBf lOO Feet Hitch. my Aaaoi-latrd Praia.) OXFORD, 0., March 30.-An attempt was made to wreck the St. Louis express, on the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Payton road, near here Wednesday nlnht. A through train was almost derailed by an obstruction on the high bridge south of this place. The extra heavy engine and its great apeed prevented a terrible wreck, and also saved the express which the wreckers were after, and which carried a large amount of money as well aa a large num ber of paaaengers. Ths bridge is 100 feet high. rAMMEYEfr U STAMPED ON A SHOE 1 1 MEANS STANDARD OF MERIT, Sixth Avenue, corner 20th Street. BOYS' AND MISSES' Spring Dress Shoes. Patent Leather Shoes, made of the best possible material, and as good as patent leather can be made. BOY8' .. MISSES' Patent Leather Laoe Jngf -JT Cloth Top Patent fe & Kid Top, Picoadilly JR I Leather Foxed Button( B I toe, witb tip. jd '.-.-' hand sewed welt,8pring E$ 1 YOUTH8' Ste-T -n CHILD'S Patent Leathsr Lace OB xl Cloth Top Patent Laath Kid Tip medium M M ffel er Fried Button, hand toe, with tio, J&jdtlr lL I b3L89We welt spring alaea 11 to 2, jfi L L, fW eei " 'OH. These Shoes are not intended for rough usage, but for a dress shoe they are the most economical in the marktt. I HAVE NO AGENCIES OR BRANCH STORES. MY SHOES CANNOT BE PURCHASED OF ANY OTHER DEALER. A. J. CAMMEYER, Sixth Avenue and Twentieth Street. TWO TOOK RAT POISON. One fiilrnmi Mnn Dying;, nnd Ilia C'onaln Has UUnpiienreil. (Dr Aarwlatpd Pr.aa. ) fHICAOO, March 30. Discouraged by their Inability to obtain work, Thomas Morgan and his rousln, Edward Court, decided last nlBht to kill themselves. They begged on the streets until they had secured enough money to buy some rat poison, and then, after swallowing the poison, sat down In a doorway to die. Court could not atnnd the pain and rushed down the atreet. Morgan waa taken to a hospital by the police and la dying. Nothing has been heard of hla cousin. - iimi a Kit In ..in i. An old man namrrt Frank Colllna, waa etzd with an .pllepttc IH when he waa arraigned be fore Justice Hngan In the Eaaex Market Police Court to day to anawer a chargo of Intoxication Policeman Frank Tiuesser. of the I Madlaon atreet atutlrn. found Cnlllna lying on tha , atreet luat night. Four policemen carried rolllna Into the ard. whence an ambulance removed him , to Itellevue Hohpltal. Juallce Megan adjourned ' the hearing of the coae until he leavea the hospital. Mils. Winslow's BOOTBIXQ HYnt'l' for chll- rtren teething la the family benefactor. 35c. ""SSSaaai 1 Still in the Lead. SPRING OPENING. , Men's i& Boys' Clothing, Hats 5c Furnishing. Hard work and close attention to the wants of the people warrant us in saying that we are prepared to show the largest and most complete stock ever shown in Har lem. We have everything desired in quality and style, and ' our prices are bound to suit the most exacting, I Our Clothing for Boys is made to wear hard wear " good material, well-sewed seams, well-fastened buttons and w prices so low that there is no necessity of any boy wearing shabby clothes. Our Hat Department does not require any advertis- " ing ; merely mention same to remind you that the Spring Styles are here. v Watch the corner window for our Special Neckwear ' BROWNING, KING & CO, 12 1ST 8T. AND 3D AVE. HENRY A. TOPHAJ1. S4&W. L. DOUGLAS mitCis3 SHOE GKE vBa aBaSo!'-', ,: ., jjiiijll ara H,n,kl"".n"l,',nwrpriml. 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' Simile of Napoleon's Handwriting. ? It CLUB WQMEN- Humor fun lTH THE BIG lions. j . lfmM Some Surprising Statistics Which Show What It Miss Meg Merriles Fearlessly Assists Barnum & Bailey's Trainer in the ill t jTf Really Costs tO Be an Active Club qA Daring Exhibition of the Wild Animals at the Circus and Spends )T s l:f) Woman in New York. Clllll an venig y tne Big Cage with the Astonished Beasts. (ft 1 IN NEXTSUNDAYS WORLD. W QLD PRINCETON. -yHE CRUISE ggg NINETY-NINE," 1 1 A Graphic Page Article on Student Lite, Athletics, ( CiXcifff 22 GILBERT PARKFR I and Anecdotes of Professors at the Famous New VUlUl CU -"",.. , . .... ' I U Jsey College. An Exciting Tale of Piratical Adventure. fTHE VASSAR GIRLS. "IVIARCELLA." "I : if s a 1V1 ill J An Inside View of the Social Life of the Stu- s 'LOOl IS Review and Extracts from Advance Sheets of Mrs. dents m America's Greatest College for Humphry Ward's Long-Looked-For New (ft ., A) Women. Novel. I