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rnE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENLXG, APRIL 7, 1894.
of the ree-lstrnt on lists- A gooa many nim w re stricken off In cirtsin "fc&J vr ever InvlMt. ttokjirJN of fraudulent r t yon '" T,m",n i .Sutherland then HW I Martin i verai papi re ' " '" ' : of the v.u ... -mH. '.' ,.,,ri, Hi I R.rkhursfs BoeletS regnr.llnc lis or II I r-iiVrS'pnr.?: ! SrK?S5 !'r! ' "KdAAftrr.SSJBl5,niW nndttnv were put lr evlden , .. one... tli. papers was a com or 111 resolution of the Hoard. P'"-"'':1, '" ',, timber. 1(01, indent dns. the P of sendlm omeeri r id n ' ,' . lothim- to get evlden of .Inlatu i of th' i:- . lav ! Believed Bribes ." Token. I believed that lonw of the mi mbers of th- force were .i. epilns h "" - ;' thougn l have no lee.il eviun.;e of the "Voulnut !iavenhnd some Information On the sub t Bbpul particular men. "1 had no ipeclflc Information what , evrr. and h.i-l no means of gettl ng it ! If I could hove Blnglcd .thetn out I would have dlsmlssi l th' m. -Then you passed thin rcaolntl ; emnlng th.' entire force on simple ""I'was aatl tv! that bribes were be ing taken, from whal I ha I heard h talking . ttli Mill....- Individual. What Individuals? Name one, aald 1 Mr. iuthi i Inn. 1. , ,i.ifc The Police Commissioner, after iiii.k- tna awhile, ...ii that he coul.l not name a single person who had given him this Information . , , Coramlssloem McLean wan not in town at the time the resolution is PrFou havi told uk of two Instances when ou have Interfered withe the, discipline of the f.n '. Once when v..ii atnt for Inspector Steers and once when you att.nl. I the meeting of the Captains l.elore election, tan you give anv .uh.T Instances 'where ..u inter fared'" Mr. Sutherland asked "I cannot, and l did not jnt rfen In the canes you mention," replied tni wtt- "Has the Board ever Inetructed the Superintendent i" pref r charges against an ..ttl -. i i scepl In thi ease o I ipu Haughey?? , ,, j can't th.nl, .f anv now, iiui tnere may be .;hn.- M l of th unplalnts cauu first i.i the Superli ! t ' Mr. M irtln 1 .1 1 i'. .1 II ' many Complaints agalni police olllcera were the result of newspaper articles "Yim believe th .1 the Hoard has the power to order charges to be prertrrtu agilnst policemen?" 'i'. rt-i.nly." "Why did vou nut order thesi charges of blail'.mull to he Investigated "Bt cause I did not thlnli it was nec essary." , "ill,; voi. think that the resolution I you pass-d would prevent police tdllcers from taking bribes and hush money? "1 hoped it would." "Yon saw ..r heard of the chargi s m irtc tr. the various newspapers of the cits "Yes, toe certain extent, l.ut I III not believe them t be true, and therefore 1 paid no attention tn th in " ".Since that resolution was passed, th. charKes have been made nm.li more spe citlc. and vet did you "till think it v., is not vour duty to order them to be Inves tigated?" "I ouy. I did nut believe th. re was anything in these newspaper charges, and therefore ignored them " Mr. Me.. 1 1 Uefflna Ills Ml.le. I "That's all." said Mr. Sutherland, and the witness n turned over to Mr. Nicoil. who hean questioning the Police Commissioner in a sneihlnt; t,.ne Mr Martin Itrsi I..11 how busy his w.rk as TuHo Commissioner kept him. He had to louk ovei a '..i 1 f corres podence ever m .riilnir. In this were iru'ny c mplalnts 'rom cltlsens and others against members of the force, These were Investigated and if tin ise wiis of sufn.'letit Imp., rim,', the officer accused was summoned to appear fnr trial before the Commissioners Wednes day trial da; . on . thl- was alwas s a b"y one. Then there were two meeting" of Mis Boarcl each w.-ek. nn Tuesdays ard Fridays which Involved a great deal of srduoiij labor. At election time the irk of the Com mission was very greatly Increased by th extraordinary duties which were Imposed upon them in the appointment of Inspectors ar.d p..ii clerks, and the dofinini! Of ele.etl .n districts The, witness did not understand that hs as a Commissioner, was call, 1 upon t suppress Kami, linn houses ..r other lleR.il re . r:s. That he regarded It the u:nv or ine ini.'.nrn ior, exclusively. Mr. Martin thought he could try police officers whom he had appoint.. I to the for.-e If they should come before him charged with an offense 01st as Impar tially and fairly as the appolntpes of any other Commissioner, and said he had frequently Imposed penalties upon nun whom he had recommended. ever lliowa 1'ntom "Som if them.'' he said, "may ex pect u have favorH shown to them, but It never Is." "Do you and Mr Bheehan, as Mr otnenon 1 si meet 10 imply in nis exam lnution. control all th.- appointments to the tore,.."' ai ke I Mr Nil ,.11 "We have appoint. 1 mi half. Mr. Mc Clave has hud his share, and Mr. Mac Lean his ." Mr. Nicoil allude 1 p. Commissioner MaeLean as an "independent .r unat- !tacht d I -m crat." "Mr. McC.ave ha been recruiting the! force from the Republicans of the city, has he not?" "I d.n'l know ihat." replied Mr Mar tln, "but I know he has 111 id'- thi same Dumber of ai r ilntments that I have." "An'l that Is ah. 111 . 1 ' I "About that 1 should think " The witness tin n ' ,11 how appoint' menls to the force were made from the time the candidate made his application The applicant was requli 1 to show certain qualifications physically, t. se cure proper recommendations, ml then pars a civil s-'ivl examination. If he parsed this successfully, he was put upon the list 1 f eiL-i! ,. It was not uniil then that th- Police Board had anything to do with the candidates. Only those names having thi highest percentages wen s. nt to the Hoard when vaccancles were to be filled. The Commissioners recommended names fur appointment from the ellgl ble Hats They could take any names on the list. In mi.;. oil promotions a statute gov erned the action .f the I! ard The p, r son promoted must have shown morltor lous service. "Can a candidate get on th., eligible Hat without tlrst getting the endorsement of a Commission-r and the captain of the district In which he lives" ' asked Senator Saxton f"Oh. yes. a (rood many on the list go irst directly to the Civil-Service Board." "But do such men ever Ket ap- ! pointed?" v ' "Well, they might have to wall 1 long time." udmittei the Commissioner "Ijo you alwas appoint from thl top of the list downward"' Benator Lexow lnoulred. "Not at all. We con select any rii.",., on the list. The percentages rut. all the way down to U or Mi We nei I not give preference to a man because nil percentage la high A copy of an officer's record ms ie i.v the Superintendent must alwavs go I. ajaaJasjaj'1'!' the &Pi'9f an application for pi if ffp. iif4wlsliin.il' for bn or even a J if Ii V reprimand fr. m th. Bom j i fm very serious obsta. la to promotion f W , wm In those cases also the Commit. si,, mi s LW wore always furnish. - I with an eligible list by the Clvll-Servloi Hoard, contain ing three names for every vacancy above that of a roundsman. Recommendations from Influential friends w.re always re celved and taken Into consideration capts. Devery. fJ.allagh.jr and riough erty were apt.olnted In tl is wa. and were rec .mm tided by main friends con nected with Tammany Hail. HciiiImhIoii of i In. In exjilanatloii of th.- fa,-t that the number of fines Impoaed on police ofricers V fell off veary largely ln 102. Mr. Martin f said that owing to the efficiency and ' good conduct of the force during the 1 Columbian celebration here. Bupt. Byrnes I had requested that all lines and penal ties then outstanding should he remitted. This was done by the vote of the Hoard. and It made a difference of ubout Ij.uiio. The reoulutlon of September, 181, Mr Martin claimed, was only directed against the spying system being gen erally adopted. It did not mean to pile- m, j 1 KHLii! isisaaaanMaaaissiuBaaaC I vent Captains from Binding out men In iltlr.ens clothes In special cases In fact It was don. all the time Tl'-e witness also stated that he did not believe the Hoard hud ain rlghtt 11 pre vent n policeman from Joining a social ClUb, mil that he only wished to dis courage it when 1 man Joint I so many clubs that It Interfered with the dis charge of his dutv na an officer. Yotl were naked abotll the Tnmnh.iwk Club. I that In vour district"" asked Mi Nli oil. Yea 1 believe it is I kti'.w very llttl. about It 1 hid nothing 10 il With or ganizlng It. and havi never be II Insldi of II ' i,,ii woul In 1 previ nt n pnl 1 1 ft- m Joining tint club, If he chose t 1 dn BO?" 1 '. rtnlnly not " At this point the s, si n wis ,1 -. . :n 1 the Commlttei adjourned until next Till 1) SUSPICIOUS FlltS. THESE. Sj Schmitta Wore Not at Home at 233 Houston Street. CI akmuker Bnrrnwlta Hail Ko Work nt 130 Kssex Street. - The Fire Marshal Ib determined to in.Lk.- a thorough Investigation of fir. s at '."-'ii Bast Houston street and IM Essex str.. t. At the former place, which Is a live story tenement-house, there was an ex ploslon In the rooms of Bolomon Bchmltt, on the top floor, shortly after f. o'l lock last evening. Bchmltt, his wife and two children, were not at home nt the time Th" explosion was followed by great billows of flame and smoke st nlslaus Ha met sky, his wife and three children, were nt supper In tlnlr apartments adjoining those of Sctunltt when the explovon occurred. Bametxky ran Into the street and notified a pollce mnn, who turned .n nn alarm Mrs Bumetsky. In the mean while, male her escape with th, children by way of the roof into a neighboring house. Mrs John Btoltsenberg, who was al.k In I,. I and alone In her rooms on the same floor, fainted when she heard the exi.losn.il an 1 the subsequent turmoil. Cleorgc Sulky, who works In n dyeing establishment 111 the same house, burst open the door and carried the sick wo man downstairs. The firemen soon had th" flames under control Beyond scorching the walls in the hall and the stairway leading to th. f the flames were confined to the rooms where they started Bchmltt said this morning that his wife had lighted a lamp ln honor of the Hebrew Babbath, which commences al dusk Friday He afterwards admit ted that the custom prescribes that candles shall be lighted and that a lamp cannot serve as substitute. Bchmltt 'h Insured tor $t.. He la a fur cutter, but has been out of work for many months The other fire which the Fire Marsh il will investigate started In the clonk ahop ..r one Barrowlts, on the fourth Hour of tin- rear house at litfi 1-ssex street at a. 15 o'clock last night The engines responded to the alarm, which was turned In promptly enough, but owing to some defect In the fire-plug it was fully lift, "ii minutes after the arrival of the engines before n slrcatn of water could be played up''ll the blaze, which by that time hid eat.n Its way to the sixth, the top floor. Tl... fifth floor, occupied by Qoldstetn A Rlegel, . "lit m unifii. Hirers, and the sixth ttonr. occupied by l-'llas Abraham's tai loring establishment, were completely gutted. Harrowltz's plKP. where the lire stirt.d. was only slightly damaged. The floors below escaped with only n watting from th. water used In extinguishing the lire In the upper floors H.irr.-wltr. is sail by the Janltress, Mrs Caroline Konrad. to have been withoui wrk for some lime Sh. saw him lea Ing his shot yesterday afternoon He had not appeared at the seem- of the tire tin . morning up t 1 11 o'clock Tailor Abraham Is not Insured He siys his damage Is V'i Theatrical l.l..r. . Salt. (Pv Aw" laled TreM, I sw FRANCISCO, April 7 Th Call ,i) that Klhel lli-alelir. the .-!l kn,,n a.treaa. In to Inst Itule rult fnr .tUorr,. frnm h-T hnntian't, I. H Btoekwsll squally we!! kn.wn an a c..m.-rtian s, . 1 vi I I. r,Ulni in 'h Km' a'i I h.n "Ife Is a metabar of a ronipnnv In thi- NorthWPBl Btncttwell'a dauKhter. Polly, recently marri-i Hi. 11 if Frederick WaMa Failure ti pr el .s it au- ..f Mrs Sl.skwplt a act..n CDXEY MEN DISCONSOLATE. . . . . Rhpuraatisui and Hard Colda 1 Working Havoc in the Banks. I.'.. It. and lilt 10111 for the l.-.i.e 11 n. li t,i 1iiniinc,itliela 1 it To-ln. It An l'n-1 pfrnn , MK liliSI'' lit I'. I':i lli 7 Thl I. w -., 1, Bcorc of desertions lo lay from 1 '.xev's Pun I Th. pi o obi I tramp lo Monongnl 1 City, over eighteen mill nf rough 1 .1 I, with a s'. 11 at p al Kill lllet! ' luni h, wis the ri'i'i. , f It all The march Thursday from Home sti I t this . .' wis . . 1 oni of thi w rst r ii- wt tram,d 11 I fri lent r, o wen lemandi I b) the members , f ihi 1 ' .inn: inwe.vl Footsore ... I w.. irj '!i li 1 r. lew th. pi ispi i't at r . . irt ti lay with any degree nf sat isfaction Th sliort r iti o.s . I ai ven I m' continuous marching In 1 week, iver ill sorts . f roads and In all kinds of wi it her, nre having an irked effect upon thi mem bi rs of Ihi irtl ) Tl Il Bli ,. n the bare gt uind for one night it Exposition Bark In Allegheny, win Ihe rain 1 :r;n.: In 1 1 r nigh the t- nt- In the grt it ti nt, is causing rheumatism md severe colds The Jollity h is largely dls 11 pi an 1. and at night the nun 'it mo Illy about the camp llr, s. shivering In their ran- Their denunciations ..f the fare thi 0 1 1 rt rs and the alleg.d mil Ii us ml d. mini ring of several of the mats. 1 Is hnvi supplnnt- d the BoPga, the an- lotes ml the I I, isllig 1 rtlludi nf tin 111 it In B ..in with th.- long march in pros t It was the expectation to break camp at h o'i I., k sharp, but Commander t'oiey. Marshal Browne and the "Unknown were lat- In reaching hen l.junrters from their 1 Ic'isnnt apartments In the Hotel Diamond This, with the he, ivy rain, de layed the stint, and 11 w is ni t until an hour later that the procession moved. Indliatrlnla nt III irrnlilr, I ill. illy Aaao ie. 1 Prat . KIVl'llHll'K. Cal . April 7. The sec ond regiment of the Industrial army ar rlv.d here last evening. After marching through the nrlnclpal streets they were escorted t. the Athletic Park, where they camped b.r the right They were furnished comfortable quarters and the city authorities gave th.in all th- provi sions needed The army will go to Snu Bernardino to-. lay. Moll th 1 est I 'nniBOBtt en I era. in Ann, iate,t Preaa I QUTHK1K, 11. T. April 7 -Th.- s 11th west division of the Arm) of thi c. tu rn, inweiil. organized here, has secured a membership of nearly inm in I the men nn- actively Inning John Twombley his In .11 elected 1 'imiii m lei --In-Chief, and will at one- begin to Bend recruiting officers to every town .n the Territory. ATTACKED BY INDIANS. lour willies Have 11 Running, llulit laltli Oklahoma lledskliia. Ill) Ann lat) I IT.nn I EL RENO, iikln. April 7 William McCartney. J c Hix. It A. Sales and William A. ClUte, who came ill yester day frmn the sc. ne nf the Indian ills-, turban, v. were Mre.t upon b. a band of I Indians four miles this side of the Caiui-I dlan River. Tiieir wagon wis perfor ated by Inillets from the rill, s of the Indians, but fortunately no one was hurt A running light then took place and the Indians w.re thoroughly routed. A posse of men was on Thins. lay held up by Indians carrying messages ' to Chief Bed M.oti tlr.at excitement still prevails among th" seitlers. A courier arriving here last evening stales that there are now under arms at White Bhleld camp, s.v nty Ch.yennes. ail I members ,,f Ked Moon's band, and 150 1 white men. A courier who arrive, l here late last ! night direct from I'linther Creek County, the scene of the Indian difficulty, states that the number rep irted killed has been greatly exaggerated, and that Capl Ilun t. r new has In charge all the principals In the difficulty and will arrive with his prison, rs in a few -nvs at Fort Reno. Ureal excitement prevails among the settlers who .IVe fled to Alapllhoe for the protectl 111 of themselves and fami lies It is now known that only three whites and five Indians have been I"1"' BOUGHT HER CLAIM CHEAPLY. . ,aj. . Benefit ABBociation Accused of Sharp Practice. Mm. fjtlflg'l AN.Kni..iit fcrt Aside by .in'!-., l ..iMi-f... 1 . :. Towm n 1. In tho t'nlt- 1 B.tn t ' , : ,'..i, t. Inn I. -I ! n nn Opinion thh mornlnR nf ronMUriMhle Importance ti pemoni liilcrnntet, in life Insurance l - . in : uch tp- Mi B t ;im 1" an nn !!' m of n ' Mm f"i Insurant -1 The n lion "Aii- brought by Manraret i. hmnn, wtrlow of Theootore L-ihr. :i. ib -i thr M 1 mi huaetti i'-- '" lit Ahko 1 lation 11 1 .) Icklnh K H wnrd, f 1'irk row, for (hi n v. i cf ,t t.ii .ir.' of I7.&O0 Ineuranci- rlue -n a pot Icy t ik ; out b Lang April 1 i.aim Ural iituretl In the Security Mutual Henef.1 Society, f New Ynl. H illect June 2, 1889, but bi fore xho proof of tleatti wan submitter anO approved t1,. Ho lety'a clalm.s were purchased i. the M iai u'husetts Hei i f Aaaoclatlnh for 13-i.Ono, with the unlerfttandlug thai some $1.1,000 to be cotle t- I In iluea, w-'Ull be applied upon ail death claims fall IriK ifue t)tfi'r the complete transfer of the business was made J, leklah K Hey ward. It ip aUeni-l. li.vi a condition Inserted in the artfcles nf transfer that the Massachusetts As sociation should pay only stti-h as ,!! be adequately met by the current mor tuary fun-Is it in charged that Heyward, while art inn fur the Association, represented to Mrs. Vlfhtnan that the Becurlty Mutual Heneflt Association was bankrupt and Induced her t" accept 12,500 in full sat isfaction for her I'lnirn i i",oim. Judjre Townsend said he was surprise'! that tun such large organisations, with thousands "f members, should not have the honesty aii'l good faith that re qulred thrm to that their beneficiar ies should not suffer loss during thr few weeks while the transfer of business between them was bending. He con demned Heyward for having "concocted a 'l.in wnerehy this Widow might be de frauded of hrr rights" Th- a'.Hirt made an order whereby the assignment and release of Mrs Vl'hman shall be accepted as n receipt for the atn iiint actually received hy her, ami entitling her to bring suit for the remainder. DEATH CHANGED HER MIND. I.omn of Her Onuuliter Mtule Mm. FHutTtilfl Itelfttt. In Essex Market court to-day Justice Koch slnn 'd the discharge of John Flts gerald, whom he sentenced to the Island n Dec, 9 Inst from Jefferson Market Court. He did so at the request of Mrs M truarct FUerald, of it". . Commerce street, the wife of the defendant, who made the charge against her husband. "Vour Honor." said the woman, as the tears rolled down her face. "I have come h.-re to ask for my husband's dis charge " What''" exclaimed the Court "Why. I remember you were very bitter when you appeared against vour husband, You said that I could riot punish him enough. Whart has Induced you to change your mind?" "A death.1 she answered. "My child. a irl of sixteen years, died on Thurs day last, and I want my husband dis charged so that he can ko to the fun ral to-morrow." CHARGED WITH ASSAULT. uiit Accused Gibbous, inn Her i in ,i in 1 ii i Wan Olanilnsseil. John h Gibbons, proprietor of a resort on the northeast corner of Fifty-second street und Third avenue, was arraigned in York vl lie I'olice court this morning on the complaint of Maggie Monahan, aged twenty, of 242 Kast Twenty-third street Maggie said she was KotnK along Third avenue yesterday morning, when Gib bons accosted her mar his saloon. She says she paid no attention to htm and he finally dragged her into his saloon He then attempted familiarities. she says, and when die repulsed him. he I it her In the eye. Thi- Court dismissed Maggie's com plaint Two weeks ago Gibbons forfeited rs bond of $r.iio, which had been given us a guarantee of his good behavior. This was tin result of his attack on Police man lam Lang, of ("apt. Keiiiy's com mand, who was seeking evidence against him for ,,i. ;.-, i violation of the Bxclse law. and he was put under $."0h bonds again. i If Your Feet Weigh a Ton Take Hood's Sarsaparilla And Overcome That Tsreo Feeling That Tiaiu FstLlxa (taaia mora pravalaut i orran and tltaueof iba tiisd ii u t.,.r- noo.1 apt atra Ooa nLmm nit four )aar and mora pro.tratinittUii) ear man avai a- ,ii.v ao oulda.sri i kn ina o-dir. I Ust. fura. Tba unuausllt aarly 8nnir toiuiim a lTl.lt 'I ill. t.itll'. mi rov.d .u u.u I Uaiapiins inv tia. ta.il), and . Iinmin.- tba ionic hi iViu , . ,, . . ., i u ..... ., . i , . i . . . . , i i h. ii. i r i k il.imu. arar.a I . ,, , . , , . , , , , , . . lni.r i. ,i in. i,i.,. ,,., r ,., ,,r;, ..,.,.....- , ....,.,,.. . i ii vi. nil... im. 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A. ,rl hi.r ll,,ci,,.., ,. ,,,,,,,,1:, ' .",;''.'' , '"' i ii..i:v. l,:i.l Hartford At. . baluuior... Idsplad lo ovarion.. Tb.l llrnl tenio. ' ' " ' ' '' UialliM Hid lb U I M .,.dv.n.tUr...a.J,b,.,r.W,b u u,,, )n.t. ,', U.-.-.SS. Ileal". b.,MpUtf.. , Cur... aaan HI KIFII.S TUB III.IIOII, uaelad. ban all ullior rr. ration, all lo do .n. TOSS, ..u ITMIMN.. .... n err.,.. . IT . ...T K .T I ,. "Jjjj $, .iTullS UU. Z OeatppSlltS, and. in abort, bullda Up r.arv, I (Ivta. al That 1 lull. 1 1 a; iv . and aa.. u.o a , .torj. BaSOKtOSjat Hood's Sly Hood's 1 . " 'AjjaVlXlSssssssssssssssss . -. ... fUJS , - BANKED THEIR STEALINGS. Youdr Soymour and Luney Were Provident Shoplifters, llloomliiffiliilo llr....' Siiprrlntcndi'iil Let Them o Krro. Bppclal .' '. lectlvs i i.'.li. I. li.-r. In th. irnplcy i.f nil.,, inn, tin!.' tiros., nrrslgneil tan boy shoplifters, named Thomas Boy. I in ,.ir, fourteen years old, f it Orson wlch sir. ,t. nn.l Cornelius t.uney, nuoil thirteen, .,f 21 ivrrj street, In Vorkvllle I Couri tn. lay on i chnrnc of theft. t.uney i- ,1 schoolboy and attends Ornmmnr School 3S, In Thirteenth street, Hour Hlxth uvenue, Seymour stopped Bo IfiK In sidin,.. ii y, ,ir ii.i.i. : nd until tw.i ,"li ,i: was lii the employ of II II Jnckiun, an undertaker nt 1. West Kiev- nt;, .trcet. His fatner, John Seymour, is the englnver In the Potter UttlldlnR, .it .ii Park ltu t,un v' fnther is dead. Al . o'clock Int evenltifi uestreicher saw "if ..,M irninif fr .nt i ninter t.i ! I'lmntor ni., I ,,,', .iMi..,i:iiiv allmiltiK nome in tli Ie in Ihi n i k.-is They finally si.irl. , tn Ii nve tl st ..r... v. hi ti th y were stnppi I ( nd taken t" Hi. olflce ,if Bupt S livvab, i ni belns s i nd. , the detective found t ' lvor tablets, seven u-irf tdna. twelve i .., Ii.u-, x ,f rourl plaster und ,i ni.,, pockel ciimb, which wn II. ntird us property hclonirlng t,. il.,' ilrm. lie sides this they had ,i new Watcrbury watch, a leathet ird ense, tl pocket knives, n pneketbook, n leather ilKarette 'is', i harm nle n bicycle pump, sev eral trick water bouquets tin, i;o 2 i'. nt p,'St iir, stamps In uuney's UiMl.lt. cnnl pocket io trelcher llfhed out n Imnlt l..iuk uf the I nlon lilme Bavlnirs Hank, which showed that th.' younn shoplifter had started n bank account .if ti April 2 last. They said thnt thev bottBht the isiHtnue si. imi, s at KlRelow's, ,,n Blxth itvenue and Eighth .troei; thnt th.. other nrt l cles fi.nnd on them ,-r.- bought two weeks nun ut Charles Broadway Rouse's Htiiro. Th- boys were kept fnr the night In the cure nf the iieirv Society n..th are well-dressed and Intelligent-looking. They i, i,,k their arrest coolly, When nrralgned befi.re Justice V'oorhls th.-y s'lid thai it h.is their iiit offense, and pleaded t be nil,, wed to tn home. Siipi Schwab nf Rlonmlngdale's, final ly Withdrew his eninpl.iltit. and the hoys wire discharged with a reprimand. ALLEGED FLAT THIEVES. They Are t nder rr.., for Many Itnlilierles in llnrlem Thomas O'Keefe, twenty-eight years old, of Beventy-etghth street and First avenue, and Isaac flreonnnpei, of la) Ridge str,.-t two alleged flat-house thieves, were this morning remanded In the oust. iily of Detectives McCabe and Price, nf the Kast One Hundred and Twenty-sixth street station, In the Har lem i '.iiirt. Detective McCabe nrreste.1 O'Keefe last Thursday evening at the I ill, i s hi.tin Oreennppel whs arrested Inst night by Detective Price at 00 Ridge street. Across the hall frmn Oreenappel, In the same house, liyes Joseph Oreen berg, whii. th.- detectives say, has been the receiver ,.f the goods stoli n by the two prisoners. Qreenberg has not y. t been arrested. During the Inst few weeks many flat hpuses in Harlem have been robbed, nml the robberies have been traced to the. two prisoners. Among the flats robbed was that of Mrs l-Tiittmann. 2205 Fifth avenue, on March 5. Mr Klnttmnnn Inst a fine onyx clock. August Beekman's flat, at 1392 See nd avenue, was robbed two weeks nun. the tnuves carrying off two suits of idothes and two overcoats. The detective! say thnt O'Keefe repre sented himself ns a Junk dealer. He would generally steal either the wagon "f the number nf the wagon of some Junk dealer, on March 13 Inm he was operating m One Hundred ami Thir teenth street, nenr First avenue, and was seen coming out of a flat with clothing. He lied, and left his wagun behind The wagon wns found to belong to a junk dealer in Iielnncey street. Ore, nnppi I Impersonated a second hand clothing peddler. When Qreon uppi'i wns arrested last ntght Detective Price searched the flat of tlreenberg. and found seven coats and the onyx clock belonging to Mrs. Klattmunn under i Ireenberg's bed. Qreenberg has n brother on llnxter street In the second-hand clothing business. TWICE ROBBED IN DAYLIGHT. Miitmn.-r I lien's i ii ! -f Coolly molted a tliraretto i.umt Time Business Manager Thomas F. Shea, of the Kinpire Theatre, i. telling to-day of ' the second robbery of hin flat in daylight that has occurred within three months. Mrs. Shea left the flat, at IS7 Columbus avenuOi fur a few hours yesterday In her absence an expert flat thief entered by the kitchen door. Me carried '.way Mrs. shea's collection if ftouvenlr epoons, onu !' the finest In the city. Mr. Shea's IW overcoat atil ilresH trousers ani a bilk dress pattern. nit yet made up He overlooked several . article f mure value, including, a fat wail 'f hank notes that lay In the lil tom f th drawer from which he took tiie ppoons. A Himti ir robbery of his flat occurred three months ago, after which extra lo ke wt r- put on the doors. They seemed i I" of no avail against this ex pert. The thief eeemi to hae been ! liberate in hie met nods, He ransacked . the tl rawer i a chiffonier and over ; hauled other receptacle! and In a leisure , moment lighted a cigarette, which wan I found half burned in n i on a bureau. There have been several flat robbertei. in . the neighborhood of late. I SAID TO BE A PAPER THIEF. Howled iit'iii mi thr Complaint f ii sdenler, ; irKe Uowlett, twenty years old, of itf West Thirty-fifth sir.-tt. who says he is .i pi u io in i. r . is ch irged -William Uuuuhran of ''i Tenth avenue, a newsdealer, in JeiTernui. Market Court to- ta) with steal i UK a u w pa. per. L ui.hi in has b i al mi ycd Utelj by tli l"s. m n.w bp ip i - which h id i i i in . i-f .a., r, d 'i i s. Wc l:i. - tn iimii!:.; I. kuw lluwlelt and l .i nth I nn n IliN I ivil i. Jkti U11 ! i t.i .1 ...i .: ihi r -i ! ii ni Wi mi I'wi imi street, Hiid take Ut In ' papi i' ; : ,i u '.. put thi rt I- 'Ukhi in i iul i not leave his stand, hut he look a goo 1 I ok it ihe nv n an I on 1 n ii - Ipti in : "i hlshi I I' i in ii, lif K'lt t lie i i Isotn .' AM in . I - lei , I i J in-1 1 Main ii h- 1 II iMletl . i I J hail t I .1. EMPLOYMENT AGENT HELD. I'lwrifeil 1 1 1, 1 1 ii - i ..i juim Thnt i he) Palled lo Uet. Cnarles Spinel) I, a cigar-maker, "f tS6 M tl street, wllh a business at VlDUrand street, was urralgned In thi T mbs l'n llcu Court to-day fr doing an employ ment agency business without a 11 ents lit- was held in "' hail for examina tion m ndai afternoon Tin ctiiui luinani Is QertUtno plru, uf UO Mulberry Street. A few duys ;.-.. Hplro with three other ItallanH were ; sent lo Vonaers to work for a con I tractor by Splnelll, who charged them ' cents ench. The contractor would not give them work. They demanded the re turn of their ii.uiiLy, but i-.iy they did I not get n .ii'. Ki isn ity lilsui.i. fn' r il na Kxrur .u,i . .-L :, t .tni, -a. audadavw. 1. anudays. i SHERIDAN GETS BAIL. The Detective Held in $500 Each, on Two Assault Charges. Both Complainants Lynch and May stun Appear in Court. Lynch Mot H friends M Yesterday Who IriiK'' ills lire-. Word I etertlve George BherMan. of the church street station, who was yes terday suspended by Bupt, Hyrnes. wnn t" i. v in ) i by Justice Tain tor, in the Tombs Court, in 6O0 ball on each of two rhnrgefl f aggravated assault brought by Will lam Mayston, or 21:1 Sixth street, this city, and John J. Lynch, of H9 Ox ford Btre t. Jersey City. Incidentally, the evidence of both Ma ton and Lynch showed thnt a pool room has been In operation for the pat month on the scond floor of th Mer chants' Hotel, Cortlandt and West str.-. i d, and, moreover, that Rherldnn was th ofTlclnl bouncer for the place, which Is run by Harry Poynton. Bhi rldanS case was to navo come up before Justice Talntor vesteiday, but owing to the fact That Lynch, .vho wn. the only complainant then, failed c put in an appearance, the hearing was ad journed. There are MVeral pecohnr circumstances conie ;t.'d with Lynch's failure to come t court yesterday. This forenoon he explained to an 'Kvenlng World" repori .'. why he was not on I hand. He s.ui thai he left his home yesterday morning after giving his brother Daniel instructions how to conduct his milk business, and started for New York on, his way to the Tombs, H- had not reached the f rry before he I was approached by three or four i strangers, who made friends with him. Yielding t their invitations to drink with them. Lynch said he took one or two glasses of beer and after that his recol- i lection f events was rather hazy. An inve.-ti ttiin Is being made by his counsel, William Lane O'Neill, as to what Lynch was given to drink. What ever It was. Lynch did nut reach his t hi me until .1 o'clock this morning, an'l found Lawyer O'Neill waiting fur him. He was surprised to learn how time had flown, but announced ids eagerness to uo to court at once and appear against Sheridan. He reached the Tombs in company I with his counsel .u li o'clock this fore noon. Mr. O'Neill had also brought along a witness In the person of William Murphy, who swept up the pool -room every nlKht, and says he destroyed the percentage card! after the day's busi ness Is ovei . Sheridan wns on hand with his coun sel. Joseph Moss, of Howe & Hummel's offlce. Mr. Moss appeared to be surprised . that Lynch had turned up. and when the case whs called, promptly waived examination an i asked that ball be fixed end a d iy for trill set. "I will first hear what testimony the complainant has to give,' said Justice Talntor Lawyer Moss objected vigor ously to this belnj? done, hut Justice Talntor was ilrm. " There has been some difficulty." he sai'i, significantly. " in getting this com plainant before me. and I propose to see U'Vutf h fi a tr un U hBfAM I li.t i 1 m. aTrt " Lynch was accordingly called and was closely questioned by the Justice. He said that April 3. about 6. SO o'clock in the afternoon, he went Into the Mer chants' Hotel, and upstairs to the sec ond floor to make a bet on the horses. " Had you gone there before to play the horses?" "Yes, sir, often." "I'td you ever see the defendant there?" "Yes. sir, I saw him there frequently, but didn't know who he was." Lynch swore that when he went Into the room Harrj Poynton and PunM J. Smith were having words because Poyn ton wanted to take In some $5 and flo bets before he accepted Smith's $1 bet. Only the b-'ttor's Initials were taken and the b t entered on the sheet. No tickets were Issued, according to Lynch. Smith "made a kick." Lynch said, and Poynton told him to et out. Lynch said he then had something to say and Poynton called the doorman, whose duty It was to see that "every body was right:" "Johnny, put this man out." "Johnny" didn't want to tackle Lynch. who weighs 860 pounds, Sheridan was accordingly called in. IT,, rirew ii "hlllv ." :nd rrfl.nhlna Lvnrh by the collar, the latter swore, clubbed him over the head and struck him In the mouth. Lynch was dragged down stairs, and shortly after William Mays ton was hauled out too. Sheridan turned the two over to a couple of policemen. Mayston whs then called and tdd how ' he and Li neh had not." to the eh rch street st.uiin, where both the sergeant and 'apt. O'Connor had re fused to entertain a complaint against Sheridan Mayston sail he bad s.-.-n Sherldar. s!t- ttng at Poyn ton's desk for half an hour previous lo the tri i JiiHtiee lain tor th'-n had M:iy ;t n swear to a o.oi.pl.i'nt against the .lotoetl". and hei.i Sheridan On both i nargea for trial at ieiieral Ses sions, sheriiau furnished ball. Beauty and Purity Co linml in hand. ,(-""r"-"v They i,rt the found a- tOj1' t;un o! health unil TpvV )f J hiiiimirHs. s Cr cfif Heitlih. because of I j y pure hlooil ; v H .jipnesH, becaos'1 of clear skin. ' TI.ousiiihIso! useful Iivok have lieeu embitteroJ ly ilistreniHing humors. Cutici ra Resolvent Is the greatest of skin purifiers 1 As wt-ll us blood purifiera. Because, of its peciXliar action on the pores, It is successful in '. rvi ntin;,' An 1 ouring all forms of Skill, Scri'.ji an ! Jli,oil huiuois, When the be t physici'ins fail l.niii'l', vegetnblo, safe and pain- table. It ' i c.'illv appeals to mothers and children, Becillis ii acts so gent'v. yo; effectively' I'pon tlio skin and biood, as we'll KB till' Liver, kidneys and bowels. Its use at all tiru s Insures a clem skin and pure blood, As well a-i sound bod lv health. f.i. il i-ll-nnlii. i- 1'rlri- 11. I',, Till! luni, , s li I II i M i ' it'. . Mtlo 1'r.ipS. . 1 1, ,al,. n. ii in 1 1 . ura skin snd ii!i.,i i Itumora." frsa t it. I.i! 111. iiiikIi. -,, I, .III k- ll.iriUUl -Mill I. iiui,) rsabsa prsvsiiisd i.j i slh ". Haftsj. Nervous losUWlt rtllsrM hr rml. ruria PlHatrr, D8SSUSB It vilaU Pains and''.- ih" usrss foioss, ftnal hsaos J aWI iii'rvoua ,i.lii- weaknenA, weakness nrt Bnmhnass . i i I X'ji I -i l i atjr'aa In liaiit'ainan'a Hum. j.ri.-- May bflow nmll atoraa. Iiantiury 11. t io. . -i Daabruw l, PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S HERO 1 Dr. Creenes Nervura I Cures Everybody.. I Col. Wm. Sillowaye, Whom Secre 1 tary Stanion Called the Great- I est Hero of the War, Cured by I Dr. Greene's iNervura Blood and Nerve Remedy. js-TT There never retnedv and whoa t bad lokou ti -alrlofltI rfsfisjit-'-'.K th in-nv 'f aiir " i k.--t -in t,it;i Il il lh timj Bf 9 ".. and prom- I now we. Kit i:.o poandi end feel liko u.y old tt (Si 'nent porioni Relfsaln. You esu put it ln rouppptf trail IJ j hm9 Iiopii enrol nt tribute mv ff'xl liaalth to nolbifi-f out Dr, W wBB (Sp It ,y "nP alltl ,,lt fMie'H NerMir. l sin perfectly . itfledtiisl VmL Wt iJy Mima reiLO y, us It BSTed myltio, I adviM anvbf.iy fllirted tsj k gA . J b S e 1- i r-'- try lr. t'r.' nc'i Ntr nr bloo.1 an-1 Derfl tfi i -l ''JeJ&I ported in the re nelv al once." a!aais3Ringy pSferi of 'ii'e. sin b an nt--ni.litfir OttfS M thl in o rromi- iiBasssfiaTA ' " r ' ' l " '' ' "", '' '' ' r" '' "' ' " ' '' ' "Wftl ' l'"1 1rr "' '' ji'M?' ft., i wm.lerful meal i I nl Lie I'n-.li nt tif t!iP I lilte I HtltlS i ' sissPlw. '- l e ' difovtri, HpereUry Hlanron und He reiarv Wellni. of &$($rUL ii ''' ' " ,"r'""' " '"" I ' ' I""' ' ''" ' ' ablnt, 1 11 ' i il and pJrjn tJ&Pi ' v :lr' blood und atrontcet rueotuinendation which any reined BSrjaRB P ii r v e remsdy. conUl pOWlbly have 1 Hun, t-rber ii la a fact that this wonderful madlotoi is IB "BtDBJtT i ntdoLS, t-harlo J, Noy( dolnjr more irool all ever tin- Ian 1 tlufl any other 'of tbe UaittehUietta Heunto and iloue of known remedr, H i streriBthenini- the weak. CM .s4f COL.-WM. A. H. SILLOWAYE. BapreneniatlTea, non. Jolm It. Preacott, or linit,ilm:. llp i,p do r i ronstituttona anil ew. Ibe M.lno Li-Ktdiitiiro. hav.' Iii.m i-nre I '" K n,,. Bi0' ,i Him,- STsrywUsrs, this ramsrksbia moillrtno, ami now c ra port tba extra, rilmnrs i-nre 01 tb lllnnrtoita 3 I.varj-noaj rs- Coi. Wm. A. ii Blllowsys, on. of th .. STlb ""''e, " nntaa offlosrs nf tlia w.r, of arbom V.r.tary Itf niell.-lno. and this Ht.nton and Sr.try Ws.les -all in con-I J 1 " Mt 5 fwnc. with Prs.ld.nt Lincoln i "Col. Bit. SsJll Mk ned. ThonuMtt ol ioav. aavftd PraalOeot Lincoln'. We. and V" & Wf !""" Us no, we cuiitiitr lilm an Kra.i Utu iuv in 'lit ,' ya? J SXSCtlysIck lire on, 0ol.BIUow.ya rsttdes at H PtasBt., Boaton I S,LW& "itfb v0'' 'un d0W " Ma,,.. ire in an Interview wil Idmb, y,7C'' ai'h.ir In aoma way talked very in'ero.iinirl, "Ev.ryy.-arllii.il flfflm M. M" y '"'"' " "" fsrka ol nervoiin prostration ahortnwa of SSgMfc ' '.' ' i " .'," a breath and the !.... a a; i elite were not Hie '3n V ." "' ":' '" " " i I least of my ml-fortunes I trie 1 numliarleaj ' TrfR NiSi? morninira ". Itblnia. BothlngdMinssnysood. 1 consulted v9gS "! with bid tMtein several eminent pbyslolans, anl took their the month. ..nil teal mall .ines. So uis I srsw woias dsy sttsr dsy. mcaruntnAHTos. Iiin- bsod a no wi tat Tbsytold ne I could not live I could not (,u: atrenuih or ,ue-.-v to lak 'o.d of their walk alone In tba atr.et without fajlinw or rims- work. lir. i.ree.,-'- Nervura Moot und sarrt ina- lo th- raillMrn. At times 1 would --liiilic' and renedy will cure I tlm. It will make ion wdU twiich. Bad spells of falling down in tbe office It 1. the discovery o( Dr. Greene, of 3." eat anl..;. ihe street. 14th stieet.N.-w York City, tbe most anoceaaftU "Int e house I bad to lie down or drOD down ; ipociaUat in curing nervcrus and cCronic dla several lime. I believ.. 1 I vn at death's door, e.ite.. He can be consulted f roe, personally or I used llr. fiieeiie's Nervur.i blood and nerve by letter. , POLICEMAN CHASED THIEF. O III cor II,.. I to I liriilt.ll to Ml.... I Itefliro lln.'t Mirro.nli'rc.1. MIU.- Hart, eluhteen your" old, of m Greenwich street, tried to steal n iia.-sk. t of groceries fr-mi n wairon 1 l"iiKmK to Louis Oreve, of 117 Hudson street, which stood in front of H'J Barrow street jm terdav aft. moon Adolph Ulemes. th- ttrocer'i boy, gave the nli'i'iTi. ;iii I Uetectlve Hi.-nnui. who s.'iw il. rt drop the basket, started In pursuit of liti'i Hart i n monibcr of the "Hnppy Home" i-'.-ui::. and he knows every allov and by-street In the Ninth VVara. He led r.r.n. an hih-Ii a chasi that he tired tho iio'l, man out, und did not surrender until the officer threatened la shunt. In Jefferson Market Court to-day he was held tor trial. LIVED WITH TRAMPS. a World Reporter ii..s Along As One. of tlio Co..y Crowd. There an many types of tramps These with Cox 'y's nrmy are an lnter- I rating lot '. "World" reporter Joined the nrmv a.- a tramp and has been Mv- in in terms .-f srrent Intimacy with IMisty Rho.U-s and Weary Willy. Il" will t"ll ahont bis experiences In " Ths Sun- tlay ur'd." iGb -a . '"mm : ' aAttJssZjsV i, (M .'; . :.M 'I WW r - ft J&&W- (INK III- I T1XBY 1 AIIMV i Th. -re is mi Inside nf.-. which only a f. iiow tramp can learn, for tin- rank and in., with Coxov wiio not Inclined lo h.iv much to fie corns of roporters who w .nt along. Tits World V' tramp writer lived usl ns the army did, mil got verv conflil.-ntlal with Ihe many unique chnrnctera His illMclosnrcs will contain new and Interesting points ubout that homeless Set who have "nowhere to go but uu; nov.-her. to come hut in; nut hi ii to "lit but food; nothing to breathe but air." I a MANY BOUND FOR EUROPE. Mi Ooenn Liners' Carry Anni 1,000 Cabin I'linni'nili'r., The Spring tlda if navel for Europe began to-day wiih a mih, when more than one thousand cabin passengers sailed on the six transatlantic liners, which left port early this morning. The Cunarder Lucanla was the first to put to sea. leaving lnr dock at 6.30 A. M. Among hei saloon passengers w.re Arthur Bewail, the Maine ship builder; J. It Husk. Bishop Chatnrd. of Vlncennesi Rev, Charles Morris Addi son Mr and Mrs. I'.irneliis Dubois, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Uenham, of Chicago, ami Mrs Ueveroux Clapp, of Boston. The French llm-r l.a Ilourgogne. for Havre, numbered among Its passengers. Oliver Am-s and tli" Biases Ames, ot ., .. . ........ ..ni ,...,nt.o .1,, 1-iniikon- stein, Vlcomto Benott l Azy. Honert Burnslde Potter, All.iln Bustis, brother of tin- tinted Slates Ambassador to France, and deorge Parker, of itoston. tin the Baale for Bremen nre Mr. and Mrs I 'iter Dodger, the Misses Doelger, I'.-i-.t It l'ctrov Itch. Mrs. C. Wleganrt. Mrs Henry W. Footo, of Boaton, ana Harry Tllden, of Providence. Sum.- of the passmkers on the FU'Oa. which sailed for lienoi. arc D. H. IO graham, Cnltt-l Slates Consii!-f,cneral al Halifax; Prof. J. M Van Meek, of Wesleynn Collegei Edward .Bevyrto Clnrki Mi n i Ml ' '-liitil"s U llev erln. and Mr. and Mrs. H. I- Agassis, of Hoston .. Among the Chester n pnsi ngers, ars Mrs F. n Millet, wife of the well known nrtlst, und Fre.1 f Pt . find on the Amsterdam, of the Notherloniro line, a.-. Mr. .ml Mrs. H iuv Romels of this city: id T. a Fay, of PhllfdeU phla and a party Of travellers from Bos too IS THIS STEAMER D1SABLED7 Brumblo'a : : .as : !--. so; iic.lAs-NtHHH-.ee Declined. rapt col Inton. of the steumsr Europe. v deh arrived from London tO'day, re ports that on April 4. in latitude 1" de greea -J mlnu'es, lo.inltuds dexrtee a minutes, he lih-.i l t! Ur ttsh steanwr I'.rmiii! . bun'. I Ir nn Grei nock t r i.aiti- Thi i H r Io'h nglni v. re st ippoA. ii. i .- ipiiin .! in -i assistance. itooii.i Alton! Town, A naall Bra i n k. out on lt V ,;-'' "''':;. 111. r. .1.1, n . ,f .li.i la i- .11 hoi a' I" "l;1 .--...ni-. ii i I atreal m il '" ''' "',,'' I .. ii. i.mil liy Hi., ii. i . ui nt : ; .a i tun-'ia. DsRiete, ISOO, . A lire vn hi II Mi alithl ''.'mro'e brOSS OBt ! 1 hi, i linn In tn- r "in ' ef .la. ol. Anal- tain i.i i'.o nan Buor ui ii. ala-auiry n-.n-am i it, bivlstua atreal I Cksrlaa ninen. itiny-fo-ir of jeo gfsst ""t . Ilnoklyii. lia I ai-. I.. bn,kcii ah.le " .hi."' it Urt" ul Heuatea alra.-l. N''.'ta IHi" . ' ' Ml na hln. lie .,aa lak.a tu Si Visum a I I vital. SaMss1SatssMtaan'- . .sMasJnsfe.