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THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL II, 1894. 3 BROOKLYN NEWS. POLICE THINK IT II DRUM. . Miss Tilden's Story of Two Men in Her Room Dov.bted, THey Found No Trncp of Nocturnal Intruders. Tletectlves Mi-Cormnck nnd Pc-nne.ly. of tiie Fifth avenue station, Brooklyn, lifter emiininlns tha premises 4CI 1-2 Slx tecnth street, reported to Capt. Murphy this mornins that In their opinion Miss Jltnnle Tlld.-n's strniiKB experience In lier room early yesterday morning was a dream. The detective say that it would have beun improbable for two men to pain , ess to her room on the top floor und tlon escape without leaving any trace f their means of exit. Miss Tll'len is a pretty typewriter, eighteen years old. She still adheres to Jv-r original story, and BCOUtl the theo ry of a nightmare, It was about l.fni yesterday morning. Miss Tll'len hays, when she was sudden ly awakene'l and saw two men In her room. She sat upright In her bed and one of the Intruders eaught her around the wuist and kissed her several times. Miss Tllden says she Struggled with the man and tried to seream. but could not utter a sound. Finally she Jumped from the bed. wrenched herself from the grasp of her assailant, and In her night gown ran downstairs to the parlor The two men. she says, fled to the basement and male their escape by the back windows Into the yard. Miss 'Ft II- n was found In tie- parlor by Mrs. Reynold- the landlady "f the house, who had been awakened by a commotion 'n the hall. . , , , Miss Tllden was then hysterical, and roull hardly relate her experience. A search of the house was made by Mrs. Reynolds, her husband and the other boarders, but no trace of the two men could be found, Mrs. Reynolds's servant. Michael Cody, was sleeping in the basement of the house at the time of the Incident, but lie says he was not awakened until Mrs. Keynotds called him. It Is the general belief among the boarh rs that Miss Tllden was dreaming. Miss Tllden says she cannot describe the m but Is positive they were In her room. Say lie Sold III.- Horse for .". Marshall Pmlih. colored, Ihlrlv yi-nr, oil. of 4TR Adelpht Hr.-et. llrt-nklvn. wan hel-1 Inr the (Irani Jury by .Tiisiti--' Tlch.- in lb. Itutler Street Police four'. Brooklyn, ibn morning en the charge 'if at-allni: a horse rr m Th"ma W. Vyllrirl'lRO. en Sat-ir-ln lute Smith Is a-ruaert of aelllnK thr horse t.. Fred Power, of Kaatcrn Parkway anl Bedford ai.-n.ie. for IV f LAUNDRY GIRLS UMTED. - s Dr. Emerj'e Corps Also Scrape the Cuticle of 300 Laborerse Seven New Cases of Small-pox Re ported In llrooklyn. Health Commissioner Emery's corps of special vaccinators made a descent upon the Mercantile Steam Laundry, 218 1'earl street, llrooklyn. to-day. and vac cinated sixty girls employed there. The girls stood tl- ordeal With great compo sure, and the doctors finished their work in a very short time. The physician" tie n rode over to Will iamsburg and vaccinated over three hun dred burly laborers employed In the ll'da lr..n Works, North T nth street and Wythe avenue, " Whew!" said one of the young doc tors after the Job was completed, " Borne of those fellows had hide as thick as elephants." I Commissioner Finery is satisfied with the work done this week in tin- public sell,.,, Is. It was estimate I thai fully 1S.I hit. Iron had been Inoculated. The reports were very Incomplete and the exact number could not lie ascertained. The work will be practically finished by to-night, but the physicians will proba bly be employed until to-morow attend ing to odds and ends of the work. The lleW I 1-eS of Smttll-pOX f pelted to-day wer as follows: .lames Boyd, iced thirty, 1S3 Kelson street; Anna Klatu buch'er, aged four. 417 Many avenue; Kate McDowell, aged nine, 153 Twenty eighth sire,-!; Loretta McDowell, one year old l.'.-' Twenty-eighth street; Bella Hester, .iH"l twenty, to Throop avenue; Mary 8. Smith, sixteen months old, Sun U roadway, and lticlmrl Barrett, seven teen months ,,.l, 243 Heyward street. Commissioner Finery to-day dismissed one special vaccinator who was recently apK, Intel Dr. Alfred 8. Ambl.-r. who ins been temporary araistant superinten dent of the Hospital fir Contagious 1 . eises it Flatbush, was to-day appointed o mi th.it position permanently at a alary of fl.OuU a year. TW0 POLICEMEN ON TRIAL. MtleeiN K lllll. lllll. llllll I'lii lie I liuri'nl llllll I.lt.ltl.-Iltloil. T?ic trial of Policeman Prank A. Kuht- iut of the Thirty-third Precinct, and otteeman l'urtle. of the Twenty-eighth tnct, began this morning before tnlssloner Martin. They are charged Intoxication. , rtle has been on the force but three ks. He denies the charge, and says i I en the night of April :;. while ni:ik- an arrest, lie was knocked down and f united by a crowd of negroes and I d- .-d nil' ells. -lulls. i - bile in thai condition, some one l e brandy in his face, he allege-, ,, ' I poured sum,- ,,t the liquor down f throat. All his alleged assailants es- Phe tllce- returned to the Station is.' n a daz.-l condition. The police rgi "li said ne was drunk. "he charge against Kuhtman Is that ' Nile I In tile si. Hi,, i h ,il-e 111 all it lc i . i condition live mlnuti s i..-r ire lime n p .1 h.i I expln I. He de It ' i i u he had been drinking, i. n-yer Louis Brant wis counsel for (lie accused '.inn- are sevent) other pases .a to- lay's c lien lar for trial. KNF.w wiiKiti: an aitli: .m;t. aille Mini WllO Had ll Iteiiuli kllh Sense of 'I'nste. A I. ..in ,,f ghoul slxtv ears of age """l Into a store on Main street "' ia afternoon and si I by the H"vi warinlnu himsell and li-1. ning to Ml conversation of the m. n present, ,;' , 'I Lewlston Journal, ll.ipp- n- " ' Klunce .u a barrel of apples bs Hi i ' lie took lip one and I it It. II HPI I' oki d at the apple .mi 1 lb U "VIM reflectively After taking an J : ; iste of the apple he broke out. ,;.';. i d almost be willing to bet a dol-'-" i an t. ii whore this apple i r -,7 .. : only on.- tree on .nrtli t.iat hai tn flavor thiit apple has, nnd it i r ""jnt ! 1 ... laU,. Hi,,.,. 1 lo-.il lived ,,' i was married and sit up for my- ?" Bay, now. didn't thai Bppl grow J,!! J, ' loinham? I know full well it I ..Thi clerk told him that a man from t an brought them In, and the IK. 5r H,,,'1: "1 have not been down ; (or ten ytars. yes, rtfteen, but I in. inner this bitter-sweet apple tree twutS? "fP'ee here taste u they did "enty years ago." - i WOODS HELD FOR HOMICIDE. i Contractor of the McKibben Street House Which Collapsed. Corrected List Shows One Person Dead and sit Injured. Albert Woods, of 7T3 Bedford avenue, the contractor for the raising of Un building at 140 McKibben street, Will iamsburg, which collapsed last night, killing one person and Injuring six, was arrested at a late hour last night, and In the Kwen Street Police Court this morning Justice Watson held him on a charge of homicide. Mrs. Mary Clifford, a widow, lost her life. The Injured nre: Brook, JaeoNna. agi-l erven; foot CTuihrd. Enst.-rn District Uospllal. Drook, May. am! len. Injured on heart anil body; will rc-over; KaM.-rn Matrlrt Hospital, Clifford, Retells, eevere a-alu m-in-l and In ternal InJ'irlca, in'',ltlon dangeroui, at It C'ath erlnp'e Huepllal. Wflmali. (leorRe. tweflty-flTS -rare old; body rrueht-l; nnt siptetsd to recover; at St. Catb erlnea Hospital, Uetraan, Mm. Michael, fifty years old; arm br.'krr,, at St. Catherine a Itoipttal, Wellsaa, Mb had, tlfly one yenre; cut on the hi-ad and eufT. ring rmm ehi'Ck . at St. Catherlne'e II i .0 John Kelly, foreman for Contractor Woods, whose 'mangled body," to quote certain morning papers, was taken from the wreck In such a disfigured condition that It could only be recognized by the papers In the pockets. Is alive. Kelly was thrown out into the street with the building, but outside of a few scratches was not hurt. Michael Wleman ownel the building, which until recently was two stories high lie decided to have the building raised a tew weeks ago, so that a new story could be put In underneath. Albeit Woods, of 773 Bedford avenue, to k the contract to raise the building, a distant f U feet, anl lielzer A llrell. of Sooth llrooklyn. were engaged to hml I a brick wall be ne.uh It. They -om-nloled thlr work yesterday noon, after which Wo'ids lowered the building upon Its new foundation. At 7 o'clock last evening he called on Welman to get the rest of his money. In the house at the time were the three Welmans, Mrs. Clifford. her daughter, and the two Brook children, who were visiting Mrs Clifford; Woods. Suddenly the building collapsed, the sup porting walls of brick having bulged out. Neither Woods. Kelly nor Orelsman ran tell how they got out of the build ing, but thev were not hurt except for sngiu scratcnes. weiman ami ins wue were neither of them badly hurt, but the son. it Is thought, received internal Injuries, The escape of the Brook children Is re gard," as miraculous. They were burled beneath the upper half of the house, and the tlremen had hard work In getting them out tiefore the flames, which fol lowed the collapse, reached them. They were with the Clifford family, and Mrs Clifford was killed, while her daughter F. lelle, a variety actress, was fatally Injured. She wait still living when an "Evening World" reporter called at St Catherines Hospital to-day. but she cannot recover. When the firemen arrived the ruins were ablaze and several streams were turned on it at once. Soon May Brook, who was held fast under a beam, man aged to cry out that she was drowning, and Assistant Chief Ferry stopped the plpemen and ordered all hands to work at overhauling the ruins regardless of the tire. Had It not been for this de cision on the part of Ferry It Is proba ble that the Cliffords and Ihe Brook chil dren would have been drowned In the burning building. Oeorge Smith, a partner of Woods, was at the wreck at noon to-day. and claimed that the entire blame for the accident rested with the masons. "It was an easy matter to lift the two storv building on beams to a height sum. dent to penult the erection of brbk walls, and Just as easy to lower it." he said. "But no cross beams were put In place. Consequently, when the house was lowered it rested on two narrow walls of brick run up against the houses ..ii either side. The mnsons relied on the fart that the walls of the adjoining buildings were of brbk. I positively tate Hint a couple of cross beams would have prevented the accident." Coroner Creamer Is preparing for the Inquest, and says he Intends to make n rigid Investigation. llrooklyn Brevities. I.h, rh Hannlran. thirty -three, of IV. Furman v-r. t llrooklyn, 'iile worklni in tie- bold "t the It, i o- si.r-u Kins, lytnx at Plefrepont eorei. llrooklyn was ftn.-k by eeTeral t.ase of enaar wht'll t.ll fr .m thi' ile.-k Iweiti feet nt'.ivr. anl badly rrnahod He aa taken n the Long leland Collega Hospital. Hla Injuries mav prove fatat Soma time between midnight and 2 o ;r k this m rnlng thtavel brnke Into .l"ee.h Ellofb'l meat market. 427 Warren etr-et. llrooklyn. and mole ISO. from the money drawer. Pll email HISRln of the Itiiller etreet etatlnn. llrooklyn to-da) found a tank book at Court and V ir 11 -tie-Is. mad t to Mary McCarthy. II 1 . : a .1 -Ir- 1 depoalt with the South llrool.- n Ravins hunk While P. I' Doyla, an undertaker of rl y. rk ,"..i llrooklyn, wan driving alens Platbmh ave - n Ihli morning, trolley care No l iu2. of the ratbuih atrii'i.' line, collided with th, wagon and wn 'ked it The oar was "nly slightly damaged it liensnn. sexton of the Scandinavian Churrh. U". William etroel. llrooklyn. notified Ihe poll -e i ai tint thtee had broken Into the ohurh tones the night and robbed the poor boxea if ve-rjl dollars. al se WOMAN PARKHURST AGENT, j Mary Bombory Describes Her self, but Is Fined. Mary Roxbury, twenty-one years old, ' of 107 Fourth avenue, was fined $." In the j Kssex Market Police Court to-day. When Policeman Bush, of the Fifth treel station, arrested her Inst night at Twelfth street and Fourth avenue for soliciting she said: "Officer do ou knotv who I am''" No." answered the officer; "who are ' "Von hnd better ask Mrs. Buggies." came her reply. "Who is Mr.- Haggles? asked the po- " 'She is the chief lady detective of the Parkhursl Society, and I was an agent "'Poliloonian Bush didn't take any stock in Mary's story, and took her to the sta- s'l'ie denied in court to-day that she 'ii made any wn-lt statement as the ;!;!-, .'..I. ""a, si,- had She also del I that she was guilty of the charge made again -I hi r. FOUR IN A SALOON FIGHT. Complaint w t p.rs.ed nnd Accused Were Dismissed. Thomas J. McFermott. a sal" n-lteeper of '. . i'ocnh avenue, Brot kl " -'a I h i bartender. Janus Donnelly, were ar raigned before Justice Tlgbe In the But- i, i street Police court. Brooklyn, this morning on the charge of assault The complainants, t.eorge relphton. of i.i'.i Degran Street, and Michael Bax ter of H-' Fort (ireelie place, did not pr. ss the charge and the accused were ' AcVor'lIng to the police reports Crelghton and Baxter, while drinking In McIermotFs place, quarrelled with McDermott and a rough and tumble fight followed. . - LASSEN'S GRAY SUFFOCATED.' Big Truok Horse Tumbled Into a Eeade Street Hole. Killed by steam l'.sciiplii;; from a I.riiklng Pipe. A big gray truck horse fell Into an ex cavation In Kendo street. Hear Vest Broadway, early this morning and was suffocated by the volumes of escaping steam. T. ini.r-.n INTO thk HOLE. Two large holen had been !'ik In the tret-t near the urblng on the bu'UIi sitl. Thy are a few fret apart, and are pro tected by th earth uiul stone which has been taken out anl piled high around the opentngii. Heavy planks rcatlng on the enls of barreln give a further safeguard, and at night three red lanterns aro displayed at cither end. There In a huga leak in one of the strain nip' s which passes beneath the mreet at this point, and tin workmen are trying har 1 to find it. The escaping steam comes out in dense clouds, and exeept for an Instant now and then, when a mist of wind sweeps It all away, It Is Impossible to see aeries the street. The Kray horse was one of a team owned and driven by Christine Lassen, a truckman, of 162 Mermont avenue. Brooklyn. lessen failed to pee Ihe red lanterns, and drove lnt the barricade of planks and st ne. The ;ry hors-- was terribly bruised when it struck the planks, and then, frightened by the hissing steam. It wave a leap and a plutint and w.tn in an Inextricable position, with its fore feet in the de-p excavation and its body reBting on the planks anl earth. Before any assistance could he rendered, it was suffocated by th.- cloud of st-am. REILLYS LIFE IS AT STAKE. Man Who Killed Michael Mat thews to Be Tried for Murder. Regained Ills Henson While Confined In "vmttenvenn Asylum. Thomas Bellly. who has been In the Matteawan Insane Asylum for Criminals since May las;, will he brought to this city to-morrow by Detective-Sergeant Von Qerlchten to stand trial In nn In dictment charging him with the murder of Michael Matthews. nn Much 14. 1892, Bellly and Mat thews got Into a row In a lumber yai 1 at Seventy-fourth street ana Avenue A. They came to blows, and Bellly finally shot his opponent In the temple. The injured man was removed to the Presbyterian Hospital, where he died nine days later. Rellly was Indicted by tie Grand Jury for murder In the ilrst degree, and when arraigned before Judge Cowing, entered a plea of not gullt. lie subsequently withdrew that plea and pleaded Insanity. I ir. Charles A. liana, who was ap pointed b) the Court t" examine 1 : . -1 1 1 . reported that in his opinion the man had full possession "f his reason at the time of the commission of the crime, hut af terwards became Insane. lie was removed t- the Hudson River State Hospital, at Poughkeepsie, and was later transferred t.i Matteawan. Last week Bupt 11 K. Allium Bent a letter to the District-Attorney, in which he stated that RelllJ has been rest,. red lo his reason. At the Instance of As sistant District-Attorney Mclntyre a warrant was Issued and placed In lietec tlve Von Qerlchten's hands for execu tion. Bellly will he tried In the Welieral Sessions. HAS THE RUNAWAY HABIT. A. lO-i ear-Old Maty With n Record hi a Score of lihi iiiin t Godfrey Costello, tin years old, who. ac cording to teh statements of his parents, who live at 27i Central avenue, Jersey City Heights, has tun away from home nearly a score of times, was brought to Jefferson Market Court again this morn Inc. six times officers f the Oerry Society have taken young Godfrey In chart!.- anl he told Justice McMahon if he was sen: hick to St. Joseph's Home In Jersey city, Where his father has repeatedly placed him. he would run away again He alleged that his father lieat him. hut that was proved lo he untrue. A ,-ltizen foun 1 liiui last night near pier in r.ast Blver. at th.- f,.,,t ,,f Pulton street, anl took him to Police Headquarters, He was tarn' 1 over to the Gerry Society pending an investlgatl in. LAWYER MOSHER'S FUNERAL Two Hundred Members of Hip Catholic ' " ' 1'rrNpnl. The funeral of hawv.-r Joseph 1' Mosht r was 1 Id from St I-rai.. is Xnvler'i Church at 10 o'clock this morn Inn a solemn requiem maci was cele brated by Father Campbell Th.- Hoard of Managers of the Catholle ciuh. of whlrh the d. ';. i wan one of the founders, acted ;i- pall-bearers. Thes t ro Joseph r Thar n, .1 'J O'Keefe, Frank Tiri- A i (VKoefe, An Iri'w Couch, Joseph uwens and Judtee I alv About two hundre i m '' '-rs of the Catholic Cluh atti nrteil in a body, The interment was In Calvary. Itrjiut'lieiiiii Win In l.ncUport. . rtv Ku ut.-1 it. . i boCKPORT N April ii Jsm Atwstn, V Rtpuhtlrmn -nn n t.i:. ( i May, wti tit led . fntcrd' by t mj rli n( lfl u.'- - no f ihe li if M flph'a in t!.f i Ifti ry of th Pit) ' "i i' ; arm rltrt ii" mil of I Al-lirmen In in town ol Whtstflehl In whkh ' rih T niwtnla ,-,;;,,! t .' I'. " rill I "' 1 ' t tl o: ' . h i : r- - flnt th li ' ii ytart the wn htl 001 10 Sll Dfl ' . - Spare Pearline Spoil the Wath FIERCE FIRE, THIS. Burned for Two Hours and Gutted Three Floors. $100,000 Damage in a Big Woostcr Street Building. I i .limn Kelly nnil a Fire Patrol Mil n Injured. Pour alarm?, were sounded for n fire which starte.i at J o'clock tills morning in t in- third near df the big flvs-stors i terra-. aitta front business bulldlnM at 1 J. 1 'I nnd IIVi Wi.ieUer street. The I'lenien battled with the flames t'...i limns before the tire was iituler con trol, one ilremnn was Injured, and HO", ooo dnmage done, Directly across the street from tin burne.1 bull.llnR i eitKltm house N" 13 Fireman Tom Ward was en the nlKht wat. I. when, looking i. ni of the window Inst before - "'' lock, In saw that tin hiK btilldlnK opposite was afire. I'nen a window mi the third fleor. a Ki'eat tonirue of flame had phot out and was licking Its way towards the tup of the building Ward sounded the alarm bell, anl in a mlntlte i very llreinan In the leiuse WAS ullt III tile Street. llefnre the tlrst stream hail been turned on the tin- the entire third floor of the hulldlng was burning, and the flumes were rapidly eating Into the air shaft, which Is In the centre of the building, Chief Maein arrive) with the first en i;lii. -. anl en seeing the extent of the litre, sent out the second alarm. Tins brought Chiefs l.allv and Rellly, who si nt nut a thll'l ami a fourth alarm. Lines of hose were run Up the flre-es. e.ii f the burning rtructttre and from luill llimu ii.-., eliv All tlese streams w . re in good W'rk ihk eriler when su Idenly a cloud of black smoke swept up between the build ing ami th-. tir, in, ii A sharp report was hear. I like that of an explosion S'miii nfier, and then u great light reddened tie- sy. The flames had broken through the roof. The firemen bail been worklnp In the darkness of the night for some tine nearly blinded by the amoke, snow anl I rain. Now ll was iih light as day. Kr'-m lilaek the smoke seemed to take a Ver million color and was filled with sluts "f flame. The win-lows on the three upper floors were like the jaws of a fur nace. Tie- lower stories of the building wer. still untouched, and looked like a solid foundation supporting a huge bonfire, A hilt piece of plate-glass struck Fire man John .1. Kelly, of Hook aiel Ladder Company No. 2. and severed an artery "f his right arm. Fur another hour the lire was fought without Incident, save wh-n the ambu lance came to lake Kelly to St. Vincent's ll'Spl'.al. The shaft of the alulailauee k 't mixed up with the wheel of Chief Breslln's carnage, The shaft was broken anl the horse, making a violent lunge, - broke the harness, au.l ran up the street. Fireman Welih Stopped the animal Just as 11 was about to il.ish Into the crowd spectators. The lire was under control at 4 o'clock and then lis extent could be realised. ISach floor was occupied by two rtrins The tire started In the r.ioms on the thirl floor occupied by Zimmerman A Tlschner, makers of women's skirts. On tin- same floor is F. A. Strauss, women undergarment maker. The fourth floor Is occupied by Marx Bros, and 1. II 111 ger, makers of lace caps anl hats. The tip :l ...r by .1. Ii. BU-lnhart, is.rls. and .1 II. I'.-MV'-r rv i ' . women's garments These three II" -rs were gutted. The tio,.rs beneath were damaged llttb by lir-. but a great ileal by water, Th' basement an-l store floors are occupied bv th" American Straw-Hoard Company It has stori l In th- building eight hundred tons of straw-board. Most of this wis damaged. While tie members of Fir-- Patrol No. : wer-- covering over this b,,arl in the basement, a pile of It feu. Herman Keeer w . i s struck "ii th- tiaek aiel balls hart. He wis taken home. Tin- total damage It estimated at fim.ooo. A.r ss the sir-' et from the burned building Is "lie ..f Nathan Straus's free lodging-houses. About 2M- men were Ihere last tii"ht. When ihe tire was at lis height, some of the men tried t" gel nut "f the building, but were pre vented by th.. p lice, Chief lionner says the Wooster street bl ick, in which the Hi-- was this neirn- I Ing, is the prize fire-block "f th" city 1 in 1 ss4 there was a t"iir-alnriu lit" from ! pl-i an-l 112 in lfcu:! another four-alarm , tin- from ni. iik and 120. The cans, - of (he fire Is unknown I The Fire Marshal will Investigate It to I 'lay. FIRE AT ARPOCHAR. J ml K' Villi It It II It ml.lt-n t ,- lluriiril 1 i rl y this Mnrn .iik. BT GEORGE. 8 I.. April 11, Pirr wis discovered at .-il.out IS.1C this morning ai Arochar. in the residence of Jtitim John ;. Vaughn a heavy T.Htpriy wind was blowing an-l t:.' tmiMitiK v.hh soon enveloped in flanit'S By thr time the flrvmrn arrived th tin hml gained swh headway th.n thtlr efforts were wltlinit av.ill. anl it ias Lut ;i short tirnp )-ftn- th.' hulll uk w is :n iu.nr. The Innrnts saved imi f. w ffi t Tli- adjoining resiliency of Mr. lpz i -k fire fr ni tho rpsrkn. but by har I w -rk thr- firemen succeeded in saving the housf .hi ltfe Vatiffhn's ronWpnct w& ,-i fram--structure, and wa value1 nt about 3,000. The amount of the Insurance ha n t I-- n le Lrned. TO SEE CORBETT OFF. I rlrinl' ( hiirlrr n Tiik to Oo DOWN i in pay " 1 1 ti iilnif With handfi playing, friends rheerlns and a big tug ss nn honorary es or! Chiimplon James J t'orbeti will lea v. America's shores to-morrow to nq r AM ion. He sails In the ljersl Iti iiiiuvk, which leaves the dock at IVorth B i id street, Hoi oken, at lfl A. M i tn ilii' .1st he opens at the Drury Uini Theatre, london, appearing on a stag fam us foi its gloria i1- mi morle H im p ions think t'orbett will U nagged lj Jackson nto lighting before he returns to America However that may -. ti champion is sjoing stmpl) as an an i l . xei He thinks he will win the El llsh I npli The frlendi who have h i rtere 1 a tua 1 and w ho w in w i h him i lo I si I i numerous, the most prominent helm VI i Smith, tjeorgf A ell ' ill Mi iVn- ii. II John H Sorlnr ill K I; i. J j-. i k, Ji k II..- ien uti 1 I U I - r) Jim Is co ti lent his trip w III i a (li 'i clal su i 1 1. i . 1 1 how he v ill appear in will be on ti. grandest si U i in !: I'rcndergast in u Dntsvenn. (lly AltOctsti $ Prtn. CHICAGO, April ii i. r - i. Prsslsrfiii i in u dUDgMS Knin V..l PrviHlfPSSIt ' uklnK It l k firlM In Ih inrrMnr tti'rUy h nrtt1 f.i; n in a i.-n ' : ! '-, to (iuaril Mill i h Th.- litr tol.t htm to. Li.in ti ((iti.it the rvlss. nd, ftfur torn wonts. I'rn I. iw l Nim k tb gUAnl ft vlrlou Mow. Plgf puitUbment b oi 1 In th duasnon. i-: be will s kviyi uslU Si iini u btluvi him- Mlt. MIKE MO' MISS FULLER. Riley Testifies Beforo Police Jus tico Taintor. RFllMhltlR Ihe Story Tul.l to tlip Coronrr's Jury, Police Justice Taintor resumed in the Tumi's t'ourl thi morning, what Charles W Brooke terms the "unnecessary and ti llous w.'rk .I rehashli n ' the testl itii.iiv heurd by Coronei Pltsi itriek as to the ilpath 'if Martha .1 ruli-r. the typewriter who was sh I through the bruin In Wllllnm M Mullen's la .'(flr--. i room .'i'i s. 11. hi i'I mili.-i lit Nn mi ntreet, ihe .11 1 .111 i M in h 17 M it.... li i.ktiiH verj in. .i'ii gaunt, Was lukeii ni M in t '. i'ii n i. .i.l' r i Hi" court. John !' Hllev, Ihe lawyer who followed I his olllrp mate lldltoi J I'rank Kernan, from Hi- ii -'ill. es din etlj '. i Hi- KCI t t the II e. .' , ill 1 I' .11. ihe second person t.i reach the place -if Ihe shooting arriving perhaps live --i six minutes artel the i" men In ni i a round .i If ill' i.tenm pipe I.l Inir-t Somewhere In Ihe I. nil. Hut now sup 1 1-iHe.i to hnvn In en (in- sound produced I In- the l-iillei HinkinK li ..Her passing straight through tin head of Ml- l-'ullei 1 1 i.i temple i" tempi' i.l nothing new to wli.ii .i. elicited at the In oueHt, exeept Hml Mis-. Puller's iinn n:".l ii.mul-li.h after ehe had I ri i place.) .ii the 11 or 'I.'.. I i.ii i. mil move tiiii.h"" iihUi"I I JiiHtlce T.iim ii "Vel v inn.-li it. .th iirmi an 1 l ! ll ' i'.Hv." i. ii leil Mi KM. J l I-. Hllej -ill In WHS - l feet m 15 11 in Miss I'nll' r I- et, 11. I I.- did ii"l see th., ptntol wl-.ieh was afterwanle Mi ii. 1 op from it- lii ling place l-tween Mli- run. 1 ' right in i and her Ikji1 where Hie.- who net-use Mngce ' . he I nr.i-l In v.- pla.-ed it after k. 'rutin nnd 1 Itllev lefl Ihe r III Till tll.HM Ih In a 111. asure ill ll IV. I l Hi . -I lllll- heil f 11 1 thai although K- nan and jtiiej hud I. II. Hi. re were nth. 1 - In Ihe room Who would, In nil pi ! ihlllty, have de I t. ct.-d M.u.-.e h i.l he p 11 . .1 Hie weapon 1 . Ii.-i .- It win. foun I ISdltnr li rnnti ' "I. the si m I next lo ; tell 11 11 I i he I . . I Magi 1 1 il!P f"i I lp In Ihe hall 1 ry 1 hortl) u 1 r tha I Solllld ..11 III-- I. I'll pip- . Ill I Weill -lHi the t.i 1 1 "in.k luu.i 1.. M illen's . th, , . , t, -tin 1 Ml- ! 'nil- 1 11 re 1 iitinir "11 the .. 1. .. 1 . 1 , ..... ...11.. ,. ... IH'i'l. ll- I I'. I' ll .11 1 Ml 1 lit- i.rinil1'; Hint stun. Is In tin from window and ji iiiHi.. w. in, 1 ihroiutli In r in 1 1 Mr. Il.irtn in drew oul 1I111I K . r nun plaeetl one ..f Miss rnll.-r- nrms nlongslde of her ! Iv nfter h had "eased her down" fr..in the sitilni: po- , si' "li to 11 Ivlln; position -"I the ll-.'.r " I .-nn not positive, 1. 111 1 Hunk It was her rlglll nun thai I I In. I besl I llel ," sni.1 Keinnn This wns brand-new, mil If --1 :. t I Ilshed would leave the probnblllty 1en reasonnlile that the pistol had been Ls her side nl thai lime "An- you positive that you placed her rlKht arm?" asked Police Justice Taintor. ' Pretty positive, .In. lite, because I though! her rlghl arm miKht get under h.-r. ' repll. 'I Mr. K. man. DEN1ESHEIS A NOTE SHAVER. Kraus Thought Adler Paper Was Hardly Worth Its Face Value, Lawyer and Witness Admonished In the Forgery Trial. It was after the nion hour to-day when the trial "f Os .ir Adler, charged with forgery, was resumed before Justice O'Hrlen In the t'-mrt of Oyer nn-1 Ter miner, A postponement "f 1 1 1 opening to day was agreed upon ai the suggestion if te I '"III t. Voung Adler, who has nol been favored by nitnre In her disposition f physical gifts, u.is 1 irh iir.nlr, I art and In- nt once 1 ng igi I In an earnest on ference with his 1 lunsel, Fred I! House, of Friend House, whom he has retained In conjunction wltli Jvils'.- Albert Steck-.- r 1 h .li. in;- - ag ilni 1 Adler embrace in. my seven dlff. 1 nt nlleg' I for I nop 1. nn 1 it Is -ni I that 1 ach of the forgeries i.-i In a distinctly different handwriting. The t-'t-.l amount lnvolve.1 i- SIV..O". nnd some of the nnmes used nn Morrb Ai nhi !m, Fi llsi h ICoeh i- r. Holton, mi-- .; i ii' 1. i' a de Lima A. Co and Jacob KaufTman. 11. : tea were Hh ounl I through tho efforts 1 Maurlci J. Kraus, f the llrm .f llloomtng.lale Hi"s. Mr. Kraus Is th. complainant. The defense will claim undoubtedly, thai young Adler, who n.; In the employ of hla father, Samuel Ad ler, u granite and marble dealer at Sl-1 East Forts ninth street, slmpl) t .' Hi. notes to Kraus for discount The elder Adler committed suicide las' June, and nub ...in Investigation led i" uscar Adler's .nn -1 Assistant I 1 -irl.-t Aii'Tiiei Osborne 1- condui -.lie Hi. case t'"l the pie, t'omplnlnnni Kruus took the witness . hair nisi 10-day, u:id lawyer II use's cross-examination was continued li Ige u'Hrlen asked about 11 ii"t-- date.1 Muj 0, 1103 for $'.' 1 arlng the sigi iture ..i I. F. Itobertson el- 1'.. Thl wns 1 nol. I negotlate.1 I.i the t-ldei .VII- 1 wltli Kraus, and when it matured It wus foun 1 to be a forg. r 11. hi nit was then sworn "n f i tin . . ler Adler, 11 1 it nn- while )eti .-Hi -;. let 11. Idell m h.i- in ih. hour 1 .iir.si Buuiiiel Adler -.n this charge that the latter kill. I himself, Hiivi . n ever discounted notes for anybody but old man Adler?" nuked Mr 11 ii ti "1 ii 1 man Adler and ' is n r." "i is, -in niie- in- hi. father's messen i-er"'' ask -I Mr House .Nn. a ins father's bookkeeper." w.i; Ihe i-i 1 ho naked 1-. ;ir All - to Indorse the iinn:' - 1 Snmu. 1 A II r on Ih 1 . k nf ., eh- k fi 1 J-1'.. 7 '. In ti j .ni nia 1' pay '!! t Bs in iel a .;. i An "!)' ti.'ii i-i Mi ' '-i rn 1. - n-miii- 1 I 1. 1 .;i . k ' 1- .1 A ! 11, .1 -. hu fnth'i 1 ' 11 niie lo thul 1. I ., , 1 him to ii 'it -" he 11 -il I .-' 1! , nioiiei ' - 1- li rse.l tin 1 k with his faih.-r's name, with tl r-.itl tl A Is III .ill it Physicians, the worl 1 over, it. ! rse ' ; 1 6 ind il :irn 111 c the tl :c nf ii Weak mothers re p an i re. lilt I it$ no ir 1 hing pi 11 ers. ,Scottg Emulsion nawBrvHtr- j'-i.iiijraaiKr-'- , the crc.im ol Co 1-livcr Oil, ii the lil ol the blood, the maker ol omul ilcsh, oail bones ami luhg tisiu-, and the irry fjjtHCt of nounshmtnt. Don't be deceived bi Substitutes I rnpsrtil b bcvU k lluwu,, N. Y. All UruulsU STORM AFFECTSWALL STREET Remarkably Dull Owing to Foor Telographic Service. Kurly Krpurtt from London K.itlifr Kavc-.'iil.h'. Tho dulnpsi .it th Stock Kxrhange wim ItitetiRlfled tf tiny the l it term p Hon to telegmphl ornmunlcatlonfl by thr itorm Tho fact that early coble nfWB from Imm !"ii n ported nuotatloni for a km rl uis higher it timt centre i' ixit-ii tti Btrrnifthf.11 the lint, ami tiu-l-ulls 11N.1 derive I romforl fmm the Oov iiiiiiMii crop report tm April, whlhh WtlH iRBtlWl Itftl'l t'lisili. -; hoiiM tt I in Tip latter nhowetl a inui, hettei iivernKo condition of wheal than had been lookeil f t . In view "f th pemtl iiiistn- 1 tori en put utloAt during thr lust (wo or threr week . Aini'i I. -hii Totmi ' rone 1 1-2 i" '. I '.inu.ir,. a iiu itHin i : t 140; i. ol i t i if. nml do pref 7 v. t- h, while Ruga. f.-ii 1-2, to '.: ' t. Chicago tun 7 t t.i . V. M I'ltlll 11. I'M i v .1 "BOUI I 1'ii'in.' :i-4. to i" I -2. Ihirllngton .' guiney i t. t.. m t i. lent t.i! ICm 'in A to t- iv. UniUvllle & Natehvlll' v. t- M 1-4. land Wentertt I'nlon 1 t. t u Pnr h.- Rrnl v tok of April lh Bt Paul road earned ISfln.MD, i ilwrenne -f $i?t. BI7; Texae I'., lilt l "v" ' de reae .-r 112 I2, i'iiiim Unit ' lfl' V 1,00), a ile , . !- of $4""-.. ntt-rnatloiinl A Ureal Northern, $'".i:. n den renne of s,34. lend SVhii'llny lnke Krle, r!T,.Vto, a ; ileornam uf f? Son Tin net enrnlngn -f the Ai-hl-n nvn t.'tn for F hru irj were $.""..'.:. ,i .! ! - r- !',. ,.f $349.00 nn eompnrwl with hint yen I The lonn in gronn enmlngn wnn j-:-it'.i but operating expennen were i-ut tl-, ti Ji ;.(.i ''.iinn ! in. inn .'.- Fornha) nre advlne.1 rahlo from Pari Ihnt -" frann i Id li l" n nhlpte1 to thtn In trnliMlt Tor ful i I'll- ill Eleetrle Ptiniiiuittiii; iVnip:iiiv of Ntv York, han deehin 1 n riuarterlv tin Idend nf 1 1-2 ter eent i nj able May 1 M n in rxeejwlve ntlpply nl 1 p r ii in rail .in I J i '. per ceni on t Inn r i "..n h inge tu -ii ii i v; i i r r 1 it 1 i - t.. n nti Itng I'tll" an I A s 1 j i l - I fui night The nupplj ..: I.IIIm t Ini til II n e : 1 tli it " ! 1 in-Ill V nil pi I t I'.ni pe t S Tu' In) H Hti i i- : - i nt thun 1 ii no ngag nn nt' an . :i"l If gol I 1 - K" I' ttlil Hh I . t r , ' ; 1 1 i ii v'ti'i'i'SK o win 1 1 n i : ,i tenting pliee In Parln, w'.-r m.tnej j eotntruinln l . it. r ratea than In London ur in i.-rrn ttj ' miiniTi l.il bar Rllver declined to 62 .'v. wMi" Mexlenn -hdlarH rose to r1 i : lii london bar illvei fell off 1-s to 2H 3 11 t"i otim e Tin- nentlmenl exprenne! at the Oen . i.ii K let trie annual meeting yitili t thai the mont feasible way to coi rect the Impnlrmeni of i -a pi t.i I M,.rl. Im to reilucr th name In tin- manner pre i i hi l iv l The motion made by f ii foster, "f lrexe, Morgan Co., emiNtwerlng the lloartl t lMietors to nil i special meeting of the Stockholm em for thi pun-."' was construl an being Indicative of the mling sentiment of the management. The supposition I that as noun jih the Comnany In in posi tion to resume dividends the speeMal meeting nutnortgetl will be called The Maxtor's reiort In the lilchmond & ranvllle fore. I on ure suit was pre senter m the Pnlted Stiten Circuit Court which conveneel at Baltimore yes terday It in expected the decree of foreclosure win i-e granted to-day or to morrow While th--- volume of business In stocks was exceedingly small the temper of Hpc-ulation was bullish, and prices ad van ci I r1ht through the list on light offerings, The ahstnce nf pn-snure of lung Htoik was taken advantage of to secure better figures for both the lead ing snaree. and the speclaltlei. The Quotations. Open JfiRta. Low. Amv Tfh. P, fi MI4 Amer Ti.h pf JO; 03 02 Am.r. Baxar l:-f i" M yj' "M-r Sugar lo-f pf W4 854 nj Atner fVitti n oil pf ti ;i :j i. h., T .'. Santa K IB i is " iki 4' i "bto . "'T 19 '.'., i :. u- tiaa f.ji, ti r. '1 i 1! .r A IJul n v i 2 S1V hi -ik ' A N- rib well pf . ;-.... i m 09 -hi. Mil A. Bl Paul . 6m ti M' til I ' k ti At Pa -i 114 ;i t .-'V Pin , f'hl. a Bl. I, . ei to ,i rul ft it k f ti ... -j it v i..i man n Hu Itvin U0 in lei i i Nrnver At !ti (trai.de pf.... ,, ", r te Ola A Pattli iv-l ..... ,i U I. Ti in ji i Ua Sd pf..,., 7 7 T i.t i Kl.-r-t;!-- 4 ., 4 ,, 4 m Inn i rural pf I i I I '-.ii K li I-,-, U'lriouupl .'".::, , l-lhi -'! --r- i:.1. D tss -. ' llltt "..i ihi II i ;, ' :' tl !j M nan irl IV- 1 . : JlVi S0-4j S.tt i r-1 I i .. I'.", "-i4 i;;-4 . Sal I.. 1 1 ' ", t d SS 1 v t .. t - . ,f 1 Sen i -- . nt M :ti Mr, Si V ik I : (Ml 1 ! 11 11 ' S V .- Ns CnRlan 1 it', i:1.. IP, S V . I. 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Why, they are cU.il In love with each other He For that reason they don't xpeak, i.jthey just sit and ae al clU yliiti. I NEW JERSEY.' i REPUBLICANS ARE JUBILANT. i Returns Show They Swept New Jersey in the City Elections, Dciiim-rnltr Nwarli Turns t'onl un.l l-.l.-.-t, l.i'likiiri I.ii- Miijur. Tl.- Hi . i' 'I ins of N'.-u ,1'iu-v nt--JtilillrtMl tn-.lay. I n ll In -t r..-l n ns Mi-r-- ! . i- I nti I i .im. 1 lifter mill nil-Ill ii v. i f hi. I ti, i: in the - ItJ -1 Hon i i I iv ti h . i prn.-tl.-ull swept it-, si.it- 1 1- in mis tin lurin l otil ..t nlfl in .ill ..f Hi.- ! .. Hum - III. in i i.-iii - i. in m hu Hi- ll. i ii ll rnns . Ic II .1 lllll i I.. I. km.. Iter Mai'.r ovnr .1 i;- m R..yn II ili-m i I i 4.rm i Itintltty Thn I:- i iil.ll- uis ! '. .1 six -f il n.ii" Al I- i in-ii Tlw- pi --. nt i '. mm. .ti i.-n ii h i" i I' iit. "f it l ii in .-. i n nn i i.-n li mil , hi. h ui.iii : nwik" 1 1:, ii. I;. ,.ii il IT ismiK rnti im I HI H i nl li ii l.i I. i. i" hsr's Lis .lni Him i - iiiitil in. I lo llsipisl "f I ..i-i rati wllh mi ii th.- is I'n- li-.iil'ii in-. .ii rli i n ..I lln -i ah i ml i i. in i ! i . -. ih.- ii I l '"ii r.1 i-onslsl nf - . it li- i-iil. I! im in I -1 I . -ii.. i i n.1,1 i.-n:- II.--. nl. II. .in nn. I tin. I .-in. nils Ilni I i.v.-r. h. h w III nl v." III." Hi i il-ll in l tiln-. f Ih- lliil.in lili-llllii-rx "I 111.- lii.nr i In ii i... n ih.. It' ;ii li ins r rnlnp I III.- S- i.n.l ,ii I f. i l I, -:m n Th- ' '. rp.M 1 n I-- hml ;i i ill ' . 1 1:1 . . ii in li. ii nn.l - n i 1.. ii 'I r. ni' ii v, i , H . i, i i.i ih.- ih uli 1 1 Al I- t I -,u .il I. ii. . I hIm.iiI 2,ull, l.lrtil .-I in in- i . i .m i. . I"'-l III. Ill .111 IH l I 111 I Mill ' I' I - i ii - i ii 1 1 ' utu tlnitit! wits rli" - ii mil "f .-i.-' n. ii i.iin i.i -i fur u U.-ptil li. niiM Th- II. l.nlill nn ii i I t li- Ir m:i- I 'I ll III I II 111 ! II I '-'..' hi I ; I Ml. I ll III (if III... .ill I l-U-l-tl I ill ll I'lllllll II- I I lll-l .lll-.ll..-. "1 tl - I'- I. - w I'I 'iiii I- I; I in .lit . I 'i mn i lii ' Th. t,(iiiii i win -i. iii-i ,1, hi Ix-tnucruls l . '."ii It. I iihll nil" Til-- - -I I" I 111 I'- I 111 , mll.il ' ';-! lilt-. - ii I I.i ih. , -i 'in.., I. ti . .r ll , t h ni I i i i i ii ii. Iii i-1 mil m. i ., in -II- r-'-H- I i.nlj iil-iit i.i v.iti' I.l W Ull II i Hi H lt"-. llllll' .11 W . .1.1 I Mnynr l.y i.".' inn I iln T "i th. tin - - Ml. -nn. n . I- . t. I ,i r. Id ; llbllcnlm, Tin- I'lty i'.. nn. il nn I K,ihi I .-I lilui u Hon -m- -IHI i ii,". inil, For 'li- IIi-hI (Im- i.iiiri;- will litv. I'u'h ,-i U.iil.i. in Muvoi in I ,i It.-ptlh-Ih mi c Mitn.'ii .'. niiiii John 'Jill whs I-. t- I Mayor l.y ?.m majurlti . i r .1 ihi S"iiii--ii I - iii-.i-rnt, vh" ni-i .-ir-- .1,.. 'ii .1..I..I l'i. Ml. in ..f th-- ( '..i.iin, ii i "iin.il iv 7S3 majnril) .v I;, p ilii. in Al U-i man ntil lt'-i'iil'l. in Krhoo i'"in tnlssloner were elected in ench of tho live w.ir-l- Major John f. It inkln, Renubllenn iiilll.it- fan M.iv.-i. .--iri-l. I I'llzil-lli l.y nl.... it l.'i. The llemil.llrans claim a maj..rltv "f the I'lty t'ouncll. As n rnli ..f th. election Ihe Honr.l "f Al.lermen -'f Pnterson, which stanils '.. It.'i'iil'ili-.-i.is nnl 7 1 .. til"- i. it', will lie composed ..f s llepuhllcnns, " IVmo crnts, l Independent JH-mocrat, I Labor aii'l I CI 1 1 lens' lt.f..nn In flluucester City the Pemncrntlc con. dld&te, John llenston, was -l-.-t-'l Mayor by ') majority, as tis;nlnst ,i hemo .latl" majority of 1,500 In tli- Inst As- semi.iy oii.-ii-.i John s Lynch, nf it'. Fifth street, was arraigned before Justice O'Donnell, In Jersey citv. this morning on the i .ik of ollcltlng rotes within 1"" feel ..f the polling-booth In the Hecon.l Plstrl.it As no i.n appeared agalnsl him he was dls eharged. .I.irn-s Mclnenery, -r :u: Fourth street, attempted t- Interfere with Ihe isillce. mnn who arreste.1 Lynch nnd was ar rested, In .-..urt h. wus recognlx I as th- defendant In tin abandoned . nl.-. ut five month- ago Al thnt tlni.- he wns told t.. funiNIi :i bond, which he III nol 'I" .lusti 'Donn.'ll held Mclnen ery for not furnishing the re.julre.1 bond unl nl.- . for Interfering with an .tli t Patrick Fltzpatrlck, who claimed to i .i boatman -ii the tuglionl Itncutar, was arralgne.1 before .In -1 i tonnell "ii the .-liiirnr.- nf illegiilly votlm fi mi IC Fifth Btreel N.. .i-. appeured agulnst him and he w as "I chnrgeo SAY HIS PROCESS FAILED. Inventor Perrj 11 tiM Sard n ti i ll i ii l li uiiiillll . KRWARK. N'- J.. April tl The I'mlv Fluhher Vnmlsh nml I'Znnmel Coiniiany, ..f this rlty, lliln niornlns hrouiihl pull in the I'liaii'-in t'ourl at i i ii-1 IVrr. Klnly The null le mi the ki mi ti it Mr rinly ! i'i- -.ut i tu certain Bent I men thut hv hal 11 m u pro win. h when n .li. -I ! Bhipn, wouhl prevent burnocleM from forming on ihelr hullw The vurnlKl , it wui nl .1 II . i in many other v.i-i. whieh n ole n ire mely viilual l . i tm rnherH ! tin .'oiiil'in i. uiii .i ft tury nml put twin) 1 1, ii'. in Is of ilollura In the enurprlre, u low i uk Klnl) i ill -r.il-. 1 ol th- I... -t"i v They rlulm th il they hnvi I ui 1 that Klnlv hate nn Keeret prori -- i-i mnklntf the i ullai nrnlah ittel, in fii'i. ran not make It. aa the expert menta luring the imat three yearn have proven Unsuccessful They 'i.--n. to he relit-veil ..r' the i -Hlty ol irlvlnit Mr. Kli;l $7 ' nalar) anl 110 shared : the opltal atei, k Mr l"ittl HavH i hat h- nevei claim I i hai mpletoi hla cry, ami thai tin i in . it Knew he vvaa me l tine? He iilleRea there la .i cm apira to fori him out ol i he i ' in-pany. RAWSON TWINS MISSING. llOtll drie oil hu iin of ct nsi In urn li i-cue uml lr a to Her Kutufle Hli.l.M 'Al.i: N I . April 11 All rt .ir; 1 Alphi 'is !;...- il Elfteen-year r 1 twill hoya t A I. II im - i a w :i known artlat ot thla place, iliaappean I fr- n: home i.ir! Tuealu) in mini; ni I have i it heei act n or lu-ar-l from In Ti... I . .... . .. . . ... . . . . ! . I ur . ,i itnn.i - i i i I.i M : lay, aul em hi n ul .: . ; k after ail thi t IKh in .. t wen . . I i a: I .n - ewrlj n ! . laj : .- I ' i ' 11 was ll The - a' rn al r la the , .. ;r. r i f I . . : i k a . 1 fl-- II Hi u lio V it hfc' ut the time of the Line ol l . . lint Mi ir.- I'uya .' heira tu thi Ir i r mo t her ' a ei i te. Out of IVurk mill Want eel to hi-. ': r - - II ....':,-' ; . . kill bl I .'-'. I ' ' - i. ; . . : : su 1 in timt. COLLIDED WITH A TUG. in lie I'm iim. r ii t n Ueekhnnd Jumped f i one i In I-'i-rrj -limit. N - v - i . l, 1 j.t ! 1 M i 1 la tnoi nint, :' a eolllal . at hetween ia lrookl n, i ( xu ith IVrry, an I the tugboat I -'- ir- -bi ' left In r alln - thi - : ' . . . :. ;.- i u'i ti 'i w ua about 200 fret out ;:i I river the tugi it t a .. ; into her p.. I- leel i ." i:.-- iruai l-rail an ' I -; the W ll "! ut -f ; In the exiMt uit-iii a .a kh.it' I um I .. Tl u ir-l ti -ii the tutfl OAl i . M . m i-i by tin i rev. . the fe rry-boiii and taken In New York. The police were unable ascertain whether the tugboat was badl) uamaired or the ex tant of the damage to t,t ferry-boat Mhiv. Winhu-w'sj -.huhisi, sviut for chll Jku mihliif Uit l-uuii buueUctgc V - - TO OVERCOME If The Lack of Ready Cash ASH ro I S m r. vol' TO Beautify and Refurnish Home VI ' IVl .'III' TIIW I'l'I'iiHTLXITY TO UNEQUALLED CREDIT SYSTEM. Willi II ui-i PERMIT VO0 TO m .Mi it I '. -i WKKKM OH MONTHLY PAY Al 1 N 1 - In hl'IT Ylll'R OWN riX.'KET- M MONEY DO WK, i-novinKii Mn auk a ni.r. to HATisrT is '.. Yllfll AIUI.ITY TO MKET TUB I V ll l- As I III V COMB Dl' "III -Unl, KMIIUAOKH IAKIlYTIIISa I "II 111 I'KKK KKI'IMl. Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Lamps, Stoves. Baby Carriages, Refrigerators, Curtains, Crockery and Housefurnishing Goods. Hi a eh newt favor IW with a rail run writ al i . ii pi ti tun ut ternta they wlib to aob i it .a ie t iv. Mime our prompt attentloo. OUR TERMS: -.,. orll. ..I UOO.ll, mi .Mi per w.rk, ,-.o ii.-. " " 7.-. .-.. " " KIO M " HS.OO " " SOU " " " S-. ...-.. " " :) vi .. " " S. BAUMANN ft CO., V 733. 735. 737, 739. 741. 743 8lhn . i llllll M. . '(.' ii -atiir-la). unlllOl'. it. Pianos and Organs. PSAN0S. 1 SPECIAL SPRING SALE. NQI (IIKM. I.II1MIH. -VI Mil-. ORANM, NCJI lllll. I.ItMS. I PKIflHTN. I I'lttlUITH, I I'llKillTW. Tin- uti.'vo --t". k roraluls or illgntl nstd sn -' . i I li. mil I'Isjios ma-la l.y too fulluwlns flnnst i mn. -I I 1NWAV. i lllrKKIlINn, LI. Mil MAX k RONS, II A 1. 1. KIT k PAVI8, NKWBY k EVANS, IIIAIll), BTCyVKSAST, I'I MIAM. JACOB BROS. AND OTBEBS, I VI l-.V PIANO HAS I1K.EN MARKED nilWN IO ll Win TIMES'- FI017REH, ASH 1 III.N IIEI.r. Ell Mil. I. n'RTHKBBT IH) I'Ell t'KIfT., AM THE EINA1. PRICE SO llllTAINKI) IIAHIIKEN MARKED IN PEAIK I 1(41 III - I 1'iiN I t II IN-THI'MENT. ALL , I MI'.-I. 1'I.IMH Will, HE Klll.il I'PON THB (iM lllll I: SYSTEM. AllsoEETELY NO . M UKVIATHIN FROM TIIK PRICKS FIXED. 1 fall fiii'l -Yaininp the uliove&tock. couslstlDCaf i ..vf-r ,Mi i.tuiifti Weber Piano Company, 108 6THAVE.. CORNER OF WE8T18THST., " NEW YORK. Needham PIANOS I ai-.i t hi: r.ir iniiii-iiiiADE. unw- I'KII EH I IANo MADE IN THE WORLIX , ! KU .' KNiill I.l I... IH SI'l'EHMR TO ALL - - .Nil IIH, ANDAIIE WITHIN THE REACII nl M I. 7S " iv,- :l :r nci-il. full Ir-'tl tr.imp, rpi-at-K .- Hun, llnt-sl Ivor) keys, tliru peUsui, sod s225.00ig psla. S ssTll 30.00 lu-l..' IftO.llO on Iti-liili'M-nl--, 'liirludlns htiHll ii -i .1. -1 . i-i. in -l .- n.i.utiii) until psia. 'I I 1 1. . I-I A No -M.oili,N WAK11ANTEU h'tilt SIX YEA UK, uglvo entire satlsfsetlOD. Ns i I'.ir" i i -1- ii T-f. iiiililii 4,iiiulr-of New Y.irk. ; i in-rsl ill i.i ' mail'- fi-i .-I'I illume, a-ii'l onfalls IMS lllll ii ii.ivii.-i.l. M'.'.l. AND COVER I -, OIVEN Willi 1 A. II PIANO. I'lesae csll n mm.i1 t r ii pn n " - ,i'-'i Isnns, neeiv . ii m piano ..now in., i. c. Wnr- ' -. - la I- Mir Iger. Ull I a-l Hill -L ' -OUth-eMlcor- :' , lie! I'I N -,l..l, . N. . U , MIND WELL! ( FURNITURE, ? j CARPETS, &c. AT LOWEST PRICES. h CASH OR CREDIT. i LUDWIG BAUMANN & COMP'Y., 121 st St. & 3d Ave., HARLEM. OPEN xVTIUIIW KTKNINO I'NTUV k D .1 . I.OI K. - r THE WORLD'S If Average Circulation for March, 1894, 460,929 I PER DAY. A pain C7 CQC per day of dlJJU In one year of I40u0y throe years FEAST OF ST. LEO I. Celebrated si t'osveul of St. l'rai..-l. .-.I Mount l.orr-tlo. 1 , - -;. Leo I. Pops nd t tli i i i-eh, was celebrstsd In form thi in : : Inn In ilu. chapt--! of UK- -' u iii ul til l liiiiii.-. ut Mount i .-i.it' ii Island, the brunch . tin Sli.si i ol Ihe lmnioouluts i for th ii- '..ni of Homeless -a l: i u. 1 Aivhl i I i - i - i..'ii-brsteil low thi I. lly - iiimanlon to ...... t 7 A. M. i Ulshl Kev, Mr, Parley cels- mn hli mass, aulstsd by i i :.ii puMis. ft'hll, tin- throne was ui I i the Archbishop im Very I;,-, 1'. i: W I.h, VI.'.ir-iLii.-rul of the 1 ii,., . .- ,.t" i ii.--l-n-il.iiru- lh- t-. rnioii. on "Joys and Sorrows of the ItcllKiou., State." was delivered , by Kev J. E. Hurke. of Hy. and after li" a .lor.en iouiik ladl.-s wire received. Into the Order uf tbe tilstars of BL rSs ,81b...- ' .