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II . THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1894. 3
I BROOKLYN NEWS. flH MUST MOT DISTURB THE DEAD H. I - M r " Bobb " Furgueson Wants to Out Streets Through a Cemetory. Justice llartlett Take - Hand and Al Kefusei i" Alio i it. r Justice Bartlett, of the Supreme Court, Brooklyn, thla morning broke up the I plans of the Highway Commissioners of the town of New Utrecht, by refusing ) to allow them to cut West street through Washington Cemetery, between Twcnty- first and Twenty-second avenues. 1 Y "Boss" Furgueson and his followers have been trying to cut up Washlngtun I Cemetery by opening Btreets through It a for some time. Judge Barttatt'l decision has headed 1 thoni off for a time, at least. I The cemetery Is owned by Hebrews, whose aversion to having the bodies of I their dead disturbed Is well known. S DYMATTO MAY NOT SURVIVE. ji 1m Assailant, Simon Hand, AlleirrH W Self-Defrnae. Bimon Rund was held In the Lee Ave- I nue Court, Williamsburg, to-day, to await the result of the Injuries of Tony 1 Dymatto, who Is now In the Eastern I District Hospital, In a very critical con- U dltlon. I Rund Is a tall and powerful-looking r ) Italian, while Dynmtto is ilfty-three W I I years old and feeble. About 3 o'clock 1 ! yesterday afternoon, the two men met I f in the saloon of Tony lMimmu, ut W'lth- I I ers Street and Union avenue. I Bund had urclererl some beer and. aftir St A drinking, retust.-d to pay for it. livnmt- Ito told Rund that he oUffht to lie Ashamed of himself) and then the two men began to iiKht. Dlnamo had started to the old man's asslstancei when Rund picked up an umbrella and knocked out the old man's left eye. Rund then ran away and was arrested later by Officer O'Connor, who was one of a number of policemen detailed in citizen's clothes to find him. When ar raigned In court Rund claimed that he had acted In self-defense, for Dymatto was preparing to stab him with a knife When he picked up the umbrella, This story, however( Is emphatically denied v by Dlnamo. a. ' GLEASON SUED BY REV. BELL. ar. He Denies s1dk Ills Secretary p"r 1 Skipped with Money. U3 f LONG ISLAND CITV, I.. I.. April 0. sa. i V Judge Duffy, in the Long Island City Po- U J lice Court, this morning reserved his de- en. mmfw clslon In the ens-e of Itev Kdward Joiia- H than Bell, who sued ex-Mayor Qloason Mj B I for 170 for printing done for the ex-Mayor all H I during lily campaign last Pall Rev. Mr Mi Bell said Qleoson told him his secretary "" Hi hud skipped with the money, 1 When Qleason went on the stand he St I denied that he told Mr Hell that his Bee- . I retary ran away with the money, He ' said that if Mr. Hell was owed anything III It was from the D mocraev of I.uiik M I Island city. MM Secretary Hartigan, the man who was If. H ; alleged to have run away with the ill. m money, was In court, nnd told the Justice . H that Gleasnn told him to have Hell do 532 I the nrntln- 1 ACCUSED BY A GIRL. in. Ii' ulaa f, Tucker Arrested for Asmiult I uu 10-Year-OId Minnie Wooller. tits' m Cteorge Tucker, twenty-sevtn yean old. of e2il Fifth av nue, Brooklyn, was ia held for examination by Justice TlKhe. ij In the Butler Street Police Court, this II morning on the charge of assaulting fifteen-year-old Minnie Woolloy, of 5s: Fourth avenue. Tucker was arrested hy Detectives r McCormlck and Dermody, of the I'iftii avenue station, yesterday afternoon. I I For several days he has been seen en s' I teiing n stable nt WiJ Fourth avenue V with little Kirls. I Minnie says that Tucker has Ill-treat ed othi r little girls In that neighbor t hood. IZ I GILLETTE COMES BACK. iun, ' i!n Comes Dovrn from slim Mint on "" ' the Reversal of ills Conviction. 'JJj I State Detective Jackson t"ok to (the Qene.-al Sessions this morning from 81ni; Slag Harry Qlllctte, wh.i was serv ing a t"i m of four y. irs and nltr months on a conviction of grand lar ll" ceny. He was charged with ste.illtiK a the quantity of jewelry from the ofll f oats 1 the Charity organisation, tn ennnec here 4 tli n with i '. C, Hurt, wh" Is at present ould - an Inmate of the Klmlra Iteformntory. dred v The Qeneral Term recently reversed the d In II conviction of Qlllette on the ground thsl eral VJ the evidence was Insufficient, lie will f. be retried. was 2 I THREW THE WATCH AWAY. ' the I the 1 Travl i -eil of ItenllnK Slnle I to- jents TroiiHied's Timepiece. cfer- Charles Travis, nineteen years old, of the canal boat Sherman, lyin at At- gned ,' lantlc Dock. Brooklyn, was arrested this hos j ni..i ,. . . un a charge of stealing a watch vrmy from Peter Trousted, first mate f the dllng steamship Barnes, IvIiik at pier 13 Fast acco. River. Trousted was leaving Hamilton Ferry at 2 o'clock this morning when Travis, . It is alleged, took his watch and started to run. The. mas Howlett, "f 331 Hamll- . ton avenue, called Roundnmnn Fltsger- aid. Travis threw the watch away, lie was nrrested and Trousted was held In a charge of Intoxication. Lou TRUSTFUL MR. REILLY. loved 1 l the I lionncil lllii Wnl h to n Imnoe I" IB leiinnillliinee t.. Wind omuls' Ksfe. John lll'il,' "f 89 Madison street. damp IB Brooklyn, met a young man In Myrtle avenue, near fjold street, thai city, this J u"! IB m"r,lnK, who Introduced himself as t the Hl Tnny P.'" Tn" stranger was very Hoard IB agreeable, and after they had walked i men 13 several I, locks (Lilly was invited to visit I n.'W RHB",.1 Morris, living in Qold Htreet. el In- MlCj J1,'' accompanied Diaz to the place, and effect ISm.','"11' ':lkiin. with Mms Morris loaned ender 1I1'K S,tch 10 Dial to wind. Diaz left the Ice as B irvn"s''' i"1'1 Rellly reported the matter to BH ,"'1 '(eriiii 'X. JHjll I't-ran. wn.i mrmlB'iM In th. Ui a.. mi rourt, WlllUmiburs. lo-dai en a 1 Dlmm 1 fjaB 'hr'" "' '" l,: ' 'strsst, pncr ;iiil hi llvxl iH, n"!? ' !1, l,n" ;,:1'1 "'lili'l In ci. tlifr,'. ,, hi SBl.ni i, " """" bl Irlrnls. but Juitlrt Cottllns " thli II ' ' " AI:':M""";'-- irn to I v,,,"'''"eil Sim . Iinnume :i,MM. pay a H An " ''"'' ;' ' !' , ilan.l rr.. In Ite l.as.'- i-esend w Dlnt of i: nark'! ctothlsi non ;: Plstbtub Iscred- I Jl! ",'!.',, ,,',! , "'" ''" ""'"Hiis. mi lii-lii" ii . .in 1 MM Nii IS A,1-Irlle Tonle .llilbnu'i. CalUura. MIISIill, OWtlilug, B.grlp, Iblll'way. V HOTHtll MOVE FOR M'MHE. Judge Lacombe to Hear a Motion to Show Cause. Counsel Want a Writ of Habeas Corpus to Issue. Attorneys Atchison and Orlffen. of counsil for McKane, appeared before JuiIbo Lacomlie In the United States circuit to-day to atKue a motion to show cause why n writ of haheas corpus should not Issue while an appeal In Mc Kane's case Is pending In the I'nlted States Supreme Cntirt. This motion In the IokIcsI sequel of hii application for a writ of habeas corpus made hy the same attorneys ubout two weeks no in the same court. The ap plication was denied, nnd an appeal to the Supreme Court was taken. Mc Kane's counsel claim that under the I'nlted States statues a defendant has the option of hall pending an uppeul, and It Is to secure this privilege thai the motion Is made to-day. When the case was called, Edward M. shepani, representing the Attorney-General, asked for an adjournment until April 3". on the ground that the applica tion pending In the I'nlted States Su preme Court would he heard shortly, and the principle Involved adjudicated hy the superior court. "If the point contended for hy the at torneys fur McKane Is kooiI from a legal Standpoint, then as a general proposition all accused perpoiiH are entitled to their liberty, both before nnd after convic tion." said Mr. Shepard. "Then again an application of this character should he made, sicn.. and verified by McKane In person. This ap plication has neither his li-n nor verification." Counsellor Atchison stated that a Statute of the l'nlled States was lieinn violated by McKane's retention in sin SlUK. It was a ease In which personal lllii-rly was restrained, and he claimed the rlL-ht to be heard to-day. "I shall not grant nn adjournment; bul there are eight hours of solid argument alien. 1 of you on the calendar," said Judge Lacombe. "These are eaFes Involvlnp civil re sponslbillty, Your Honor. This Is one of personal liberty," said Lawyer Atchison, "I will lour von after I call the cal endar, then." replied the Judge. OBJECT TO THE TUNNEL. Brooklyn Taxpayers Sny it open the Wn io Fraud. A large delegation of taxpayers assem bled In Mayor Pehleren'a office In the Brooklyn City Hall this morning to pro test against the passage of the hill he fore the Legislature providing- for n tun nel under Newtown Creek. They are In favor of o bridge. Lawyer Stephen M. Iloye, who headed the delegation, said that the purpose of the hill was to benefit the Brooklyn City Railroad Company and to provide sine cures for disappointed politicians, "tin if the Commissioners appointed in th bill," said he. "Is ex-Senator P. H. McCarren, who is doing all In his power to defeat th" plans of the taxpayers. "If the measure becomes a law. Mr. McCarren and the other Commissioners will spend millions without accounting for a penny, nnd by the law appoint their successors to continue the expendi tures." Mayor Sehleren aasured the taxpavers tha' he was n t In favor of the tunnel scheme, nor the bill appointing Mr. Mc Carren and other Commissioners. He told the citizens that Gov. Flower would veto the hill If It was passed. BACHELORS' BALL TO-NIGHT. Naval Officers expected to Attend the Swell Affair. The .ray young bachelors of Brooklyn win give their ttiini annual ball to-niht, which is regarded as on1 of tlip society eventa of the Reason. The hall will be given Jit the Pouch manMon, In Clinton avenue. Elaborate preparation! have been mnrie for the event. hnl the clecora tlons win be of the moat beautiful de Bcrlptlon. Bcsldee, palms, :iik banners and bunks of fragrant (lowers, a floral arch will overhang the staircase. Dancing will begin at 10.80. There will be no cotillon Buppi r will be served at midnight. Among the musts expected are ('apt. iiii'l Mrs. .1. N. Miller. IT. B. B. Vermont; Col. and Mrs. .fume? Forney, l. S. Ma rine Corps; Col, ami Mrs. LoomaR . Langdon. i.leut. Henry Mlnett, IT. s. s. Marbli head. A PULL MAY NOT SAVE HIM. if i'oiiiki Onlltyi ioMi-iii i.eopoiii vtm .io in tin Penitentiary i Joseph Leopold, of 74 Troutnmn Ftreet, was held In tin Ewen R'reet court, Wlll- lamsburi;, to-day. on a chargs of disor derly conduct. I.nsl nlghl Leopold was riding on n i . r : i : i r i avenue ear and became In- volved in an nltercntlon with th m- ductor. He was put off after a struggle, In the rourse of which he assaulted a policeman and was looked up, i .old is a lirother-ln law or John it. Scheldt, who was a prominent candidate for a position in Maor Bchleren's Cab inet. Scheldt wns In court to-day and furnished bonds for Leopold. Justice Watson snys that If he tlnds the prl.s iner KUllty he will :iend him to the penitentiary despite his political connection.-. - MANICURING, 25c. jtiTH VK. & IrtTH ST. (J Offer k Tn-Morrow SPECIAL 3 BARGAINS KID GLOVES. Ladies' 4-Eutton Men's English Seeds Gloves Walking 6lo.es In Sprhg Shades, In New Coons. Btygc. Rteyrgc. Worth 98c. Worth 1.25. Ladies' 4.Bt, GLACE KID GLOVES At QgC. WORTH l.50. trail's IDT TREASURES. . Schumann Says They Were on Display and Not for Sale. Sel.ed Upon the Testimony of a Customs Ofilclnl. In the nel7.ure-room of the Custom House, at the Bargt OMlce, are stored four larts oll-pslntlngi by Kray, umi a numher nf smaller palntlnRS hy the same artist, valued at I10.0U0, and a col lection of curious Chinese carvings, val ued at I7.IKK). maliliiK a total valuation of 117,000. These articles were seised yesterday hy Custom-House Inspectors A. T, Mr Dons Id and 8. .1. Cooper In the Jewelry nnd art store of i V. Schumann's Sons, at 937 Broadway. They are the property uf Lewis Levlson, a retired millionaire Jeweller, of sun Prsnclsco, The property was brought to New York from Europe last December by Mrs. Sophia Levlson. Mr I.evlson's wife. When the goods arrived here they were hooked as merchandise, but Mrs. Levlson took an oath that the property was hers and Intended for her own private use only, and so they were allowed to enter without paying the usual duties. Appraiser Iiemnrest. who Inspected the goods wdien they arrived hers last year, happened to pass Schumann's store re cently, and saw displayed in the window two carved Ivory statues, which he rec ognised as part of the Levlson col'e tlon. As he reported to Collector "il hreth. he went Into the store and In quired the "price" of the two statues. He was told, so he says. J400 for the julr. I'nder Instructions from the Col lector Inspectors Cooper and McDonald applied to justice McMahor in ihe Jeffer son Market Police Court yesterday and secured a search warrant on their nfll l.ivlt that the property had been declared ItndUtlable and Ihen offer,' 1 for sale. Mrs. Bopnln Levlson Is now residing nt a fnshionahle lioiirdlnK-house. .til West Fifty-seventh street. Neither she nor any membt r of the Levlson family was at home this morning. Mrs. Baker, tlie landlady, however, said that she was familiar with the circumstances of the BClSUro. She stated that the articles In question had all formed part of the Levlson household decorations in Europe for llfteen years. When Mrs. Levlson hrotiKht them hero last year her new house was not ready so she stored them with Mr. Bchumann, a friend of her husband, At Easter, Mr. Bchumann had ask d to be allowed to use some of them for his window display, and the request was granted. If Mr. Bchumann had offered to sell theni he had made a mist ike, as they were positively not for sale. c. W Schumann said this morning: 'The seizure hy the Custom -House Is a rreat mistake on their part. The goods were i.ot for sale; they were not mine to sell. I simply exlilh'led two of the ivory statues as a window attraction." SHEEP HERDS BARRED OUT. C.ov. Wnlle Ihnu.'i n I'rncliiniHdoti, nml Trnulilr Mny Follow (Dy AsKorlnfrd 'rem DENVER. Col., April B. Gov. "U'nlto to-iiy issno'i .i proclamation forbidding entrance to thlH State from T'tah of till sheep without a clem, hill nf health. This BhutH out iro,fron Utah sheep, and t'olornrlo cattlemen nre credited with threatening to maintain the qnarnntlnr for tfii day, which will ruin thp nheep. Despatches from cjrnnd Junction any a larRn herd is headed for Colorado, ac companied hy forty-five armed men, and 4.000 sheep nre reported comlne on the Grand Mesam with 100 armed cat tin. men rldlnR to head them off. Seven thousand shpep are crossing the State line near Fruifn. and all classes of cltl Rem are preparing to resist their move ments. Sheep have ruined the prazlnfj lands in I'tan and Nevada, and the approach ing herds would also ruin the Orand River counties in this State ami pollute Gunnison Kiver. ANSWERED A BOGUS AD. ew i 111, rl-iml II,,t,. i f ,-,,! All- noyed by ippll cants for Positional There has been a steady stream of callers at the residence of Chnrles A. Peahody. Jr., 13 Turk avenue, since Wednesday morning. There have heen mpny callers nt Mr. Peahody's office, 2 Wall street, and another contingent has waited upon Mr. Wrltrht, who Is In chatKe of the empty New Netherlnnd Hotel. All came In nnsw, r to a bogus advertise ment which some Impractical Jolter had inserted in the morning paper. The ad vertisement was a "Want." It cnliiil for hotel help for every department of Will lam Waldorf Aster's bti hotel, and It was dllTlcult to persuade the callers that no one had leased the hotel, and that Mr. Peabody, who is Mr. Astor's weli-knnwn representative, had not Signed the adver tisement. I Therefore, hell hoys, hotel clerks, rhnm bermalds and cooks have taken up most I of the time of Mr. ivahmlv's servants, his office hoys and Mr. Wright for th- I post three days. ELEPHANtToT SECURITY. ; New oriennM Lawyer Pintle the ii. n -i nsiiy Collateral, il!v A'v,at'"l Preis.) NEW OH LEANS, April B. A prom I -; neut lawyer of the city has n real live i elephant on his hands. The Davll cir cus has hecn exhihltinK here to poor i bustnese, and th proprietor, to talao mone' for Bti In ries a nd expenses, con I Suited the lawyer, who agreed to od vancH the necessary funds, taking the elephant as security. What is bothering the attorney Just at present is what to ilo with the beast, ' nn It Is eat In tf him into poverty. ! ONE KILLED, THREE HURT. j Side It ! of a I.etilKh Valley l.oro motlvr Hreakfl Near Ilnluvlii. (Hy AdsocUte.1 rr ) I UATAVIA, April li. The side ro.l of nn i enKiae which was runnfiiK light between Bate via and L'pton on the Uehlgh Valley roail broke yesterday. There were seven I men on the engine, J. I.. Kim., of Man-1 Chester, the engineer, was ln(nnty 1 killed. John M. Roony, nf this village, was badly 0llt nr,rl ccaided, nnd win tile, , Two other men. name unknown, hut 1 who live in Caleaonle, were ais' severely I j Injured. shot Tli !' People nnd Baeaped, (Hy AuoeleU-l Ptm 1 CHARIeBiTOX, W. V.., April f- -Jsmti smiii Hhot mtA klllw) UuiM Urowa, fatally voundodl Jim Itrown. hr hiiH'-enl. ni wrlOUll W0Uad4 Sarah Han-y t Caulry it Wtdncwlay nmht. Smith fnl in th.- h0UM intcntHnn tn htnt Krh lUnt-y. nt ihoi ihi ether two i" tha i - i while LrylOl 10 mur-ltr h. r 1 mart hla ateapa Tiihoiii Rptdenile Wlndaori vt. tl'- -.'! C - i wiNPSnn. Vt., April .- The pltlpmle of typhiM fever her hi -uumnl alarming pro i .rlinna. over nnt bundrai MtM eelrtg raported. IV-v di'albs bav orrurred aa yet. The atata hoard of Health were her on an official vtall 141 Wettneadar. It la tbmight (hat ail ra can , ba tractd to Ua pollution uf tba water aatam. j BEARS quickly routed. Stock Dealings Attended with Some Excitemont. Illglirat PrtCM Of llio Wrrk Scored In Miiii Insli.n, ,. The liinrs ninilo pup ftttempt to lironk tlie market this morning, snd then gave it up an a bad juiv Ths defeat of the Whiskey Trust In the quo warranto proceedings yesterday made the stock nf that concern vulnerable, and the price v;ih knurkeil iKiwn over a point rlxht ni the Mlart. but n poon nn the pressure was lifted ii rise from 213-4 to S6 oc curred, The Hetitiment wiiH unmistakably bull ish, and the KhortB were quickly routed, one stoek lifter another having been taken in hand uml advanced to the heat figures of the week. The dealings were attended with eon Hideiaiile animation, and were unusually well dlatrltiiited. The rise wan Stimu lated by the reeeipt of higher quotations from ixitnlon and by purchases for for elgn account. The rommlaHlon houses rejKirt an Increased number of out-of-town orders, American Tobacco rose 1 1-4 to M 1-8, Chesapeake ohlo r,-8 to 193-4, Burling ion & Qulncy 3-4 to 83. Northwest 6-8 to I0B 1-8, M. Paul 7-8 to fi.". 3-8. l.ielaware & Hudson 1 to 143 1-2. Edison Blectrla Il luminating 2 to M3 1-2. General CleCtrlC 1-2 to 41. (Ireen Hay l-l to 7, Iowa Cen tral 1 to 3!t. Italic Shore 1-2 to 130 1-2, Manhattan 1-2 to ISO 1-2. Missouri Pacific S-8 to 32 1-8. Mobile A Ohio 5-h to 19 G-8, Lead 1 1-8 to 40. Lead preferred 3 4 to 84 3-4. Pacific Mull 1-2 to 17. Richmond Terminal preferred 3-4 to is 1-2. Omaha preferred 1-2 to nr. 1-2. futon Pacific 1-2 to 22 1-s. Wabash preferred 3-8 to 18 38, Western 1'nlon r,-8 to 8T, 3-8. American Sugar :i-4 to 911-2. American t 'niton till 7-1 tn 32 3-8, Hock Island ."1-8 to 71 1-8, and Louisville & Nashville 7-s to r.2 1-2. Hus quehanha preferred fell 3-4 to 4:1 1-2. an.l Oregon Navigation 3 to 27. The rip- 111 Delaware & Hudson wa ilue to the movement credited t- the DrexeiMorgan interest to have the $;.. 000,000 new- stork Issued to the sharehol . rs at 7r Insteail of at par us orlKlnalh Intended. Reports nre affaln current that steps are lielnu taken looking to the fund ing nf the floating debl of the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company. Russell Sage and Oeorge Qould are the principal floatlm; debt creditors, anil they would probably consent to take bonds in pay ment. It Is snl.l the management contem plates Issuing regular monthly reports of eurnliiKs the same as other 1 ; 1 1 1 t i -romls. The stock market gained Strength .'is I the ilny advanced anil prices worked up all along the line under brtskepurchafu-i for both the long an I short accounts Th" bulls were In full control and forced some of the shirts Into covering at n heavy loss to the letter. The ease In tn iney Is starting up new pools and tic latter are taking their specialties with a good deal of conltlence. The Quotation.. np.n mull Low, Amur T.b to', I4H M' I Amer. Sumir It.-f. pf itlt k9 ks- I tmrr intlon Oil 3: 324 j;' j At. h . Tun. It Sant F 15' lH Itl4 Halt. llhlo Sllj l'4 Sl4 I Ciir.l'lii S. ulhi-rn 52 124 r.;'i llVntral I'm-IHr ID 1 lr. ' l'h. i llhlo IH l!i 1H Chlmo Q-f (3 63', 1st, rhlc.. tiur. a qtlnry ssi, fi Hit Chic. Nnnhwpit 109 IMS 113 rhlr,. Mil. - St. Pul 6114 W'S i-bl" . Itmk la A 1'ac 7n, 711 70s Ool. Hock, Valloy t, WV4 2' Colomlo Pti'l 2m 2'S 27'. Dtl Hudson.. 143 14SS 14114 rirn. a Itln (iranni, p( 31V, 33S, S3 Illl. a rattlt Fenl 2H4 26 24 Fillann BltetrlO III 102 1(I3'4 103 Onncral BlKtrlC 41 4m 40S Cri-.-n Par W!n.-,na 7 7 7 I,.wa r.nlral pf !9 r.9 69 Lska Shii- 1304 lsov, 130 Lovla a Nsanvlllo 52 624 i I... N. Alb. a tlc 9 9S 9S I... .V. Alb, iblc. pf S4'4 34', 34 I M.mbattan CVraaol 126S 126H 1264 Meili-an fontrnl S S . Minn. . Si Ixiula 114 124 H'. Minn St. I., pf !J 364 35 ; Minni-wit Iron 51 60 60 ! Mliurl l'arl(!f Sf, 324 3lS Mobile Obio 194. 194 19S I Mo.. Kan Ten I64 164 164 Mo. Kan. a Tea. pf 26S 27 :6S Nat. I'onl. Co 2-'V 224 824 Kit, l.rad ''1 3", 40 3- Nut. Lfal Co pf SIS MS 4H j Ni-w t'l-nir.il ca! K4 M, k'v Now Jbfm) 'Vntml HI 114 113'... New York ivn'ral 10)14 l'4 W1H N. V a Kw Fnrinn.l MS US US N. V., role a st 1. US Its "s ! N, v . chir a si 1. in pf.. 71 T14 71 IN Y Chlo. St. I.. I'l pl ... 33 H 31 V v , Buan, A W 16 6 IIS N Y. S'nq W. pf 41 41 MS j Norfolk a Wnlorn 74 74 TS I Norfolk 4 WVaifrn pf 264 J'.-, 2:0, I Noriborn Pacific IS BS '". Northern PldSc pl SIS 2:s 21 I Ni rth Amp-irin S 64 5S Ontario a- W,-Htcrn 17S its 17', ' 1 r Railway A N'.-nlpailnn 27 St 27 nr s I. ti t'tah Nor to in 10 i PacHlo Mall 17 174 17 I Tblla A lie."llnK 21 S 22 IIS . nich. A W Pt. T.T I kS I ! Illih A W PI Tar. pf is 1-4 Is 81 P A Omaha 404 41 40S 81 P, k im.iha pf .. 1164 IK.4 II64 si 1. Boutliwaataro pf 10s P'S IOS Snutbarn Partftc 214 2: 2-., Teaaa TarStic 10 104 10 T. nn I'. .il A Iron IDS 1S lS Tol . Ann Arb. A N. M 104 104 nn... I'nlon rarlfV 214 224 21'. r, s Rubbar, 424 424 424 r S. IMliticr pf SO 9"4 Xi Wahiab fc4 h4 fc4 Wal.a.h pf 1". IsS I". Weal I'nlon T.I 944 fir.4 I4t v.'h,..-i a 1.. R ns lis US I Wheal, a 1. K. pf 60S 60s MS j A full ai-i-onnt of Wall atrcot afflra will tie 1 fo-in.l in the 6 O'Cloelf RdltlOB Of Thp i:rnma I World " Nobody necil have Consumption. It is not inherited. Tlie inherited tendencies towards it nre overcome hy Scott's Emulsion the Cream of Cod-liver Oil, hich makes children robust and healthy, and Itimulgtfl the deveiopment of the lungs in old and voung aiike l'i tttlmtlS, the world over, indorse il. Don't be deceived by Substitutes ! Piapaicil by Bcott 4 lluwuc, M. V. All UruaflaU. Cr 259 AND 2GI SIXiH AVrNUc. 1 - .n lr.ih 1111 i . !i itrt-fte. For Saturday, ( SPECIAL BARGAINS CAPES AND JACKETS, 1 wtiii-h m i" fmin-1 th i'.-( ,iiur ihnwn 1 thm :.'.is-n i:rn ;..t'i.nt n( the ":) tU t tyle, matprleli .ml irtromlng. BROADCLOTH CAPES, III I i.l ,'. l.'l.. A. rs-S iliw0 esIlM 4.00 ?.' JaiUU, vsIlN n.00 yyt-fWTjaw OO.JUi atuc sun TTf I'TiOr, talus o.go jk?Yv$5.8B, . 0.0 .7 J-V All out hith ra.lr tf f'loth 1 apaa .it aquall) ' aura. II,,. prli aa. MOIRE CAPES. Sllk-llnad ami i-iiaanth Irlmtnrf i'h Ua.-a Plaacmrnlarlaa Si SUiDOi value 18.00. O.U,90, value 11. nn 01 I. Cll.'i va r 1 - nn. O'iJu, ralua 20 03. SPRING JACKETS. Itlni-ka Tail!.. DlUaB, -. In llMadclotll. Max onala, Karai 1 ovatl t'lotba ,- 5li30i value $.1.08 -CatV $i30i value JS.QS 'f So.bb value 7007' , $4.oU, value jw.onU' J'A Uf J m S J 4j i S li9o, Miiur mh 1111 yj j CD,90, value SI0.5I1 ft "' " KILL &CO., Slith kit,, between 16th and I7ts Stt, WO R E ' 'H IGF-TI D E"TR OUSERS Capt. Shepard Didn't Like to Have His Lads' Clothes Criticised. Now He Ih Cnur.-Mnrtlulcf. for I5c.nn Th court-martial of Capt. Edwttl M. Bhopard, f the recelvlng-nhlp Minne sota, fnr "conduct prejudicial to food order nnd discipline," was begun at the Navy-Yard in Brooklyn today. The court-martial is the result of a let ter sent by Capt. Francis Bunce. of the Newport enlistment station, to the Bu reau of Navigation In which he com plalncd of the Hi-fitting working clothei worn by some of the apprentices sent from the receiving Bhlp Minnesota to the enlistment station. Horn1 of their trousers were, he said, " high-tide," nnd others fell In ample folds over the lads' feet by reason of their extreme length. There wns slack enough In some to make a falr-ttsed topsail, and others were so tiht that the hoys had to stand at mess. 'apt. Shepard her-ame nncrry when naked by the Department to explain and he did a little writing himself. It was the last paragraph of his letter which was considered by Secretary Herbert us " sassy," and, therefore, prejudicial to good order and discipline, it was to the effect that Capt. Bunce was trying to make a hit with the department by making it appear thai he was very par ticular about how his blue-jacketi iool,"d. and that he was making capital f ihtn at the expense of his brother of I re re, Judge Advnc.it!. Mnrtx began mil ended he prosecution's case oy reading the i clause In t h Naval regulations which says ii" "tlie r shall rltlcUe the motives nf an ither In any nfflclol action. Capt. Shep;irl called his clerk, George R;. Meeker, who testified. ti havlnR writ ten fnr the Captain n letter nf apology nn March 9, three days aft- r he hud lent the ntijecttonohie enlstle. The let tt r of apulnarj was mislaid ".ni not mallei in time t be received by Admiral .hr irdl before the charges we:.- preferred Meut.-CnmmnndFr v. l, Plelds and Lieut. Walter J. Spats testified that dur ing their service under 'apt. Hhepnr 1 he eInthInK of the apprentice boys s-;.t from the Minnesota was llent, I.luet. s ars said - 'apt. Itunce ha I ones told him so iti an many w nr I Th n ';';l. Hliepards -left rise was read hv the Judge Advoeate It was that the 'apt tin had felt so .1 eply in irtlfl-d at the mat em nt that hhi boj -" .'th lldn't tit them that he rollnwel In: flrsl Impulse .ml wmte ihe letter. He was very sorry and left his rase In the hands .f the tiurt, whose members all knew him v. well. The Court then began the conslderatl -n of the c ise bchln 1 clos. I loors Our Schools ) Give instruction in almost S ? ovcrythinR excopt tlict must S ( siitiiili' ruli's for prosorvinp ) lioi'ltli. If Pahevth would ) p romembar thin and ti'Uthir c ; I'hiliht'ii Hint tin' ffw cints' c ) wurtli of provontion repro- ( v Routed by tlie cost if .in S AUcock's Porous Plaster ) urn worth nioro tlinn many ( I dotliiri Knout in fiiroK, union I suffering would lo prevent- ) ( eil. Applv ono thf moment ) J you fi'fl a ltiiin iu your back, ) ( cht'st, liinlis or side. ) lioA.in' ,if Imitations, ptvl lo f i ( nut In' il.'i-iiv.'ii by i Isrspri rants- f , ( tlim.-i. Auli fir AllCOCk'ti ' '.iron- I'lastrr, nn.i sl no 1 j olIeltAtlOII Of OXPlSIUatlon Itvlure i i ( you to ftceopt ii HttliHtltutP. ? O'Neiirs 6th Ave,, 20ih to 2.81 St., WILL OFFER I To-Morrow, Saturday, Special Value IN BOYS SUITS & REEFERS. AU-Wool CHEVIOT, CAS jSIMERE & TRICOT SUITS,! ' 5 to 15 years, 3.98 and 4.98. FLANNEL and CHEVIOT j REEFERS, handsomoly ! braided, 2 to 8 years, 2.48 and 3.75. AU-Wool SAILOR SUITS, in Serge, Cheviot and Flan nel, 3 to 10 years, 3.48 to 1 2.00. LONG PANTS SUITS, in Cheviot, Cassimero, Serges and Worsteds, 13 to 19 years, 7.48 to 22.00. SWEATERS, A 1. 1. WOOt., Blue, 0 ray, White, Black, I.98- H. ONEILL & CO., 6TH AVE., 20TH TO 7IST ST. NEW JERSEY. GER.URLtll HDRETROUBLE The Hotel Normandie-by-the-Soa, Near Seabright, Seized. lai-vli-d Upon to Satisfy Belnerke & Co.'s Judgment of $0,GOO. AflBURY PARK. N. J.. April -Hheriff Wool lay bai nlMd the Hotel Normandle-by-the-BeA) Juit north of Bsabrlght, on a ill.-1 n ut In favor of Belnecke k to., of New Yurk City. The judgment in against an. Ferdi nand I. I.urle, late lMiee Of the Hotel New Nether land, of New York, fur tup pllea furntahed that house. Belnecke A Co. sent hre and hIzpiI the Hotel Nor mandle, which in also run by Gen. i.urle. Sheriff Woolley'i levy lnclu.ies the hntei and furniture. The Judgment i for 18,6000, Trouble! seem t" hive come thick and raHt upon in. Barle. it is only two wi-r-ki' ago jreeterJay that he waa evicted from the palatial New Netherlan-Ja Hotel, whvre he contracted a meat bill with Belnecke '.. butchera, m 196 Pultun trptt, which n-miteti in th.- before men tioned judgment Bgalnal him. The ejectment putt wae l-epun nhout thn ml I die !' Pebruary, when, Qen. K.irh unnounced, that the action wan merely one anl thai m a f w daya ho -vn. ctetl i" arrange matters antlafactorily with William Waldorf Aator, the owner. This he was unable to do, however, and after -n-i ! r.iti- fiery correapond ence, htimmanry proeeedlnita w-r- tnken. nn lenvinij th- hotel Oen. Karle re marked bitterly rnneernlng Mr. Aatnr -All I have In the world, except a lift Interest in my father's estate, is swept i w.i v by the action of this man hi order to carry nlong Ihe lintel New Netherlund through a disastrous Bum mer, it was n ssary to mortgage my other hotel, the Normandle, for 11" '- Now that mortK'iK? will be foreclosed and 1 will have nothing." GIVING BACK MONEY. Methodist II I ni n tern Ml on IsllCd ll iiu Ihk C'ontrlbatlons Returned NKWARK, N. .1 . April fl The New ark M R Conference this morning heard the report -f Presiding Klder Van Itenschutcti, of this it v It stated that there ore M rhurvheln Ihe district, fc Hunday-achools, and 41 Rpworth league Chapters. Only of the pastors in the iltstrli t will I live i" chang tn othei churches this year. Th- probationers of Th.- district number 1. 131 and the mem hers In boo I standing 11,721 The amount r.iist"! for benevolences during th- year was K.?t7 Secretary Morris iv Church i reated as tonishment bs j-:.itiii); t" ih- oi feren that he would Rive back to the mem ters who hnd contributed to the sus tenatlon fund the aim unt of money they bad subscribed. The reason for this was it,;it he had been unabb ! pet enouffh mone) for the fuihl nnly forty tin t the one hundred oiul twenty five members hnd given the amount of inone) the had agreed to The suste natlon fund is ineani for the ministers v. ho do not receive 1600 a eai a committee was appointed t.. mei with similar committees from the Wyo ming and New York Conrerence.-, to ar rang) to change the ttoundar) lines of the Peterson and Jtv On districts These districts rr" mui'ti too large and ;i new one will probably lie arrni gt . for Presl iiuk- Klder Van Itensi h n wn ; presented with tl '. as this year he ro tlres from the eldership of the Newark i iiNtrb I Rv. Thompson II. Landon was reap pointed President of the BorUentown Military Institute, it was decided thai the Quartet Centennial of the organisa tion of the Conference, would be cele brate on Monday. Rev. J W. Beran was placed un the superani:uated lUt ot ltitors. I ;: '';.,. ::jr 1 ; lid UI jP : "V ;i :; MEN'S DOt'BLF AND BINOLE lUlEAHTEt) SAt'K SIM'S, IS BLUE l BLACK t IllVlnr.'.. AT SI4.O0. ALSO, A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF SITI'M IN CHEVIOTS, CABSL MKHE8, WOH8TEDB, ie AT 8IO, 912. Si6 TO S30. Out new ttpfln sntl Hummer t nhilogtie bent too i:pon up)iitai'na VOGEL BROTHERS, h AVE,, COR, 42d ST. OPEN EVENINGS. 500 $10.00 Suits. Thoy are from last Spring ninl Hummer, nnd were marked from 814 to $26 pi-r Suit. Wo want the room they occupy at onco for new Spring Goods, and have priced them 10 each to close (jiiit'klv. If you're interested a ...,....' . . . I . . . .( i . , . . will 1,., 11. ..... ' Hiiry, they won't wait fur you. Our Spring Top Conta nre equal to tho best, $10 to $3r. Everything for men's wear. A. RAYMOND & GO. Men's Outfitters, NASSAU & FULTON STS. Hotels. TAHI.K li'linTE.-. .Iiicluillnitwlni.; Orounaa. KiertliiuuiiiHiiiiiiii'a. NawYort Uotal.daflBway, UNDER A FALLING WALL Thrra Workmen Srrlonl-. and Ollirra Mlliihtl)', Hurl. KLIZABISTH, N J. April 6. -Whlln r purty of luborors wai t li in morning IrarlrtK down n tWO-Btory brlrk bull.llnit In Hip niir of 1. P. Edwardi'l point Btore. n.:ir the ('ntrl Railroad il'pot, nun of the Ki'lc walla middenly fell, bury-1 ink- aeveral of the workmen beneath it. Th rraeh attracted h Inrir,- crowd, ami tmi.'h excitement prevailed In the nelghborh I. a iwr' fori f men Immediately eet to work in reecut' the men burled i'ndr the debrl. AH were taken out ullv.-. and li Is th'inxht nil will r ivr. Those moBt sorli usly hurt wi-r, A V III luni Hoadley, Albert Irving, mani, nnd .blinds Furey, a carpenter. They were injuri'il itiiiiut thf head, arms and kgs, and were removed i" th- City Hospl'al. Thf ntliiT men w-re Iml slightly itt-jured, SILK MILL HANDS STRIKE. Wnnl llir Ol.l iioilnle of Viikc Restored, PORT i 'HAM. N I. April 8.-Etn-plnyecs of the iwo silk mills owned by lli.ss ,'; Raker Btruck to-day fiir the re instatement ? wages paid before the reduction went Into effect P"me months UK"- Mr. Rosa requested the MrlkiT to wall until April IS, when the c'om i mi wi "il niiev ! ih, ir demands. i The men r."i t" wait, giving nr a i. .is .n thai Ihe llrm had important con tracts ."i hand, ::b'h iioist he finished hv thai dale. They say If they waited until the reiiuln l date, the mill-owners, having got the work finished, would refuse to grant Ihe desired Increase. i NARROW ESCAPE FROM FIRE.' lontntes f . nurnlnK lions Al most Siinoollleil. EUIZAIIKTH. N. J April A dwell ing ;.t 211 lielawnre Blreet. Elisabeth port, "a- totally l airoyi I by fire at .'.si thin morning It wna Inhabited by u r.'.milv nun i Plemlng. The Inmalea were r 1 with preat Idlllleiilty, aome of them being almost sulfnrateil The family lost everything. The bull lnm wan uwned by William Mi-lHMiall Thi total loss Is about t8,UW. The origin of the nre la unknown. - - PILGRIMS TO SEE THE POPE. He Will Urimt nn An.llenee t.i i.-..iiih from iiiin. ,iu .- . uti I r- - i KiiMi'. April 6. As IS.0M Spanish pil grims are eapecteil ii Rome, the Pope Iiiik . 'I I I that the s. rvlres In c mn c I llmi with Ihi beatifying of Juan li'Avlla l 'uko, of fadls, are i be hi Id at St. Peter's, which has not been the scene of i similar ceremony sun.' IO'. Tho Pope on April is will give audience to the pli grlms in the Basilica. A secret cons story for the pnuvnizlng of bishops ami for the creation of ear dlnals, win be held on Juna is. A public consistory, at which the new cardinals will receive their hats, will be held on June U "Wc must do n larjjc business It therefore, wc flgur. valuer to the li penny." t FRIDAY and SATURDAY. Special "Bn-erprice" Sale I SPRING OVERCOATS 1 TROUSERS. I r -i i a.oo ij 0YfiilT8. 111 llineknnil llx'ont n. Ililhet and i nn lined, aim a'levye j At S87a TBOUSEflS, I AtSS.M ZlUUlSltlliTNeV i: i M(v,.i SI.OO ... 7r Revorslblo (''wiArf V ') i li A I nr iv- I E NECKWEAR OOC. W NECKWEAR -OS. -mV . J62.50 f ! FUR 1 C-Sk) DERBY q fc 7 OH ALPINE .,yK HAT5, fj V Mr i f' ALI ' ''"'"KM. '. It Is our at.'iiiiion to sell the - FINEST (IRADHS of Clothing, Fur nislllnga nml Hats, at incomparably low prices, insuring, however, to tiur cuRtumerg the highest degree of Style, Quality and Utility, backing ' every sale with our financial re- (! sponaiblllty tli-t the goods offered V,'. are exactly as advertised, or money f"V refunded. . Opea Malurday evening until ft o'clock. ' CLOTHING l: ON -I'fi CREDIT I WITHOUT SECURITY, F FOR fb LADIES, GENTS & BOYS, '$ READY MADE OR TO ORDER. BLA.K SERGE SUITS $ 8.75 p BLUE SERGE SUITS 1 0.75 p BLACK WORSTED SUITS - 1 5.75 p S LADIES' CAPES 3.75 P LADIES' JACKETS 4.75 "P PROGRESSIVE I CREDIT CLOTHING CO., 1 112 WEST I4TH ST., b NKAIl (ITU AVK., NEW YORK CITT. ijlL I IPEN DAILY UNTIL 8 P. M. il .0,DAY AWD SATUROAY TILL 10 P. M. Sal Folding-Beds 1 Sacrificed. I TIIH LAIIOB STO'K OF FINE CIUFTOHOI fffi AT 7 WEST 14TH ST. W Wll.l. UK CLOraD OIT WITHOUT RRCIABD TO SXk PREVIOl'l PRICKS, rtliaiR TO ItEMOVAU VB TIIH 1'UKMISES WILL DB Ori't'PIEIl ON OB jR Alinl'T MAT 1ST DY THE MILWAUKEE OA STOVBCO. 5 Tin si- HciL Are the Beat Made. ;lj RUPTURE CURED. I Tho la.provti tlaattc tnUH II the only truns la pii' : tbat Lt with wltu iholute comfort niitiit uml day, m it .'.-- :. i', j. i'ii- unOfT th hurlf-i .'titi'.sc or -i'Viti Ntnun, unil will effect t n iTiniiii'nt ADilapCHKly cur without ivffftpl to I' the ar- cl tha pHtl.-ut, Kxammation free. ; -ly in ,...'. forluil'es. send for pAiiiuhlet. tMl'HnVKli RLAOTIC Tttrss TO., B33MU !-- Uruidwft) .rorner r-tl.st. , New York Sporting. Remington Bicycles, ? m l.AHV PAVMBNT PLAN. $.5.00 ON nr.l.lVI'llV Of MAOIIINB AN' lill IMI l IOTIII.V FAY- UKNTM OI' ilO KACII. opi: BTCNIKUM U.NTll, O P. 11. F. W. AYMAR, 1788 BROADWAY. BIQYCLB BARGAINS. BRANII XKW IIIUII IIRAIiKThAI al'H. , ' I I'lul !i l.H'.-.i "I I'MHIAH, HALKllilU , llAlu ami i-a.-h I III A 1 1 S I. .ill, t. A :;- I'nr.i ,lr. SLOODOMsIi ; I Jl v.h.v. ... weekly. J. K. Aruolil 1 1 M al.lcn lull 'IAM".Nn WUtCUOkfaUd )-w Iry fiitd un creilll i iti retaiHiUHibla i'iH.i.-N. Henri -ctuu.pi . l-M Miiiu-ii l.rie. I inH V I ! f..n.'.-tU MTV. ..cur ami r-utloiiry I More. ".'''I i'liro uvre . .rnklyn. WIl M I.1P.1V-. Aiiioinat'ii . IHi C-Ulo, N'-W H'Mimv WllllP, Slnt'T. Ilouwrinld, e Wttfi Icnowii Krn-f. iHup; gooii icooud-biuul vwint- . moi'titm' from Mil up, fr cah or moottUy iif inr'iiv Vo ecliuun, rent un.l r-iilr nil klndi oi iiiH'hinai. U'i mi'l -' . l'-.K UthaLt BOBUrandtU Instruction. .ITIIKK I'- ; iiiifr niflvi' tnstructluii; UrW luuilerKtv, at 7u l'ur'tb su , room 10.