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T THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 13, 1894. S I BROOKLYN NEWS. 1UNCET AT A CHURCH FAIR. One Hundred Vaccinated to Buy a New Carpet. Ladles Acting as Pullcrs-In-Expcct More Victims To-Night. Fifty dollars ensh and 100 hundred sore arms toll of the success of the plun of vaccinating younit men at W cents each for the benefit of the Trinity Baptist Church, Greene and Patohen avenues, Brooklyn. Tlu i theme was put In operation nt the Church fair last nlp,lit, and Dr. John J. ABhloy used the lancet. It Is expected that when the fair closes to-nlKht the M will be Increased to HSOi and consequently to-morrow 2U0 more sore anna will be added to the The vaccination scheme has caused considerable excitement among the church members, and the young ladles have been encouraged in their entnual ,stlc endeavors to decoy the young men to the corner of the fair, where lr. Ashley standi hidden behind the cur tain waiting for the next Victim, The vaccination Idea was originated I bv lr. Ashley when the ladles of the J church suggested a fair to raise funds j for a new carpet, and he offered bis I lerVlQM free, providing the young ladles. Bf would coax the young men to his cor- H When the new visitors to the fair enter the church door to-night they will Uf be greete 1 by Sunday-school Bupt. Thos. H Paine cr. Ingi IB "Dr. Ashley Is vaccinating nil np- M pllcants for to cents euch, half of the S regular price. Kmall-pox Is pr, valent m now and vaccination Is a preventive of H the disease. Help yourself and help the H church by asking one of the young ludl, s i H to take you 10 Dr. Ashley." I THINK HE WAS INSANE. I Relutlves Know of .No Itrnsnn Hln llluuum Ihoold Kill Himself, H Joslah I. Bloaiom, a retired cotton broker, who killed himself In his office W at 60 New street yesterday afternoon, lived with his wife, two sons and two i Bi daughters at 440 Henry street, I'.rook- M lyn. He was sixty years old. sVfj His domestic relations were happy and his business was prosperous, and none of G ' his fr.ends or relatives can Imagine any I motive which would lead him to commit I suicide. Jt The act, however, was committed with SSJSBJii- utmost deliberation II" locked him- .If In his ntllce, and with small mln r M in,, hand and a in ,v r v olvc r, lcntly purchased for the pun ,n the, B. :i-r. lie i lok careful aim and :it a bul lB , i through V One of his sons, Edward, Is a member Mil the Produce Exchange. The dllce ft-here Mr. Bloaiom killed li'.mself he oc- i -upled with his brother. .lames H. Bloi-I I :n, of Morrlsanla. The only explana I Ion which his friends can give fur his ndclde is that he was suffering from t, m- " rarv Insanity. His funeral will take B ice on Sunday at his late home in flSfl rooklyn. Mx ERB HANGED HIMSELF. tie Molher-ln-I.nTr round His nodr In the (inrret. 31 I Coroner Creamer, of Brooklyn, was I notified this morning of the suicide of I Solomon Erb, aged forty-seven, of De fl Kalb and Cypress avenues, Brooklyn. I Erb's mother-n-law, Mrs. Mary Hack- tmn, went to the garret of their home I yesterdnv afternoon and found her pon- In-law suspended by a rope, which was I attached to the rafters under the roof of (the house. I Mis. Hackman notified the police of Ithe Cedar street station, and Policeman fBrennlng cm the I id: dov n and I mid lth.it Era had been dead for some time. iMra. Hackman savs that Krb bad been JB..1II and despotident i l I past. m Several times he has hinted at suicide. ,l I - leaves a wife and son. JfcVANTED TO WARM HIMSELF. I Ford Started a Fire In the Cellar of u .New HulldlilH. W Oeorge Ford, a painter, fifty years old, I wlu refu. ts to tell where he lives, was I nrrested this morning by the police of the Miller avenue station, Brooklyn, I charged with attempted arson. I Henry Meyer, a watchman, living on V filake avenue, near Snedlker, saw smoke A coming from the cellar of a new build- Ing opposite his home, and upon Invest! m gating, he found that the prisoner had ft bi.lii a tire In the basement. Ford denies that he Intended to set Ore to the house, He says he wanted to warm himself. V - - I HIS EYE JABBED OUT. JE Blood r.iiMiiiiiiK Is li-urol and Tf Uninuto Mny Die. I Simon rttint. who several days ngo I Jabl,d out the left eye of Antonio Pa- 1 mato. of 301 Union avenue. Williamsburg, 1 with an umbrella, was arraigned In the 1 I-.ee avenue Court to-day, but his case I was ;iKaia adjourned. 1 Policeman M.-Kle, who made the nr- 1 rest, presented to Justice ('inciting a M certificate from Iir. Bishop, staling that ilk Pamat.i was still too ill to he removed. W If bh,o,l-pols.)nln sets In, as is feared, Damato will probably die. . HIS FALL WAS FATAL. V nerd's Font Slipped nnd He B Dropped Fifty Feef. ,C William Reed, an employee of the L Brooklyn Ir .a Works, who lives nt 1M Oreeiij,.,i:,t avenue, died In St. Cath- ferlnCs Hospital tills morning. On Katur- ldav he ,v.is working on a tall scaffold J OUt. ,r,Mn,l ,K ,anlt W,tc., his M smtiloyers were pnttim; up for the Stand I m.i'11' ' "inpany. when his fool slipped M skui '"'' "fty ''"' fracturing his Bergman Held for nnraiarr Ailr.r , Dersmss ' lull In Ihe l.i-e Avr- m Pollc, ,, rt Wlllltnwburg, to-,l:iy nn a I -'''-"' ' '''-.'. iry. II.. Is ircuaod of hiulr; . n- I i'"' "" Pool ,,.i;,h (allary of L'harlo. I. K.mp. I lu.Y'-i'r"'11'''' '" Brtl ' ""'' ""'lln len' luie ( lothliia- and -.".. Iluf!.:- !,. ,ih ,.,.,,, ,,,,,! the hm, f Frank :..,,.,... , Si,rr (re( BrooklrS, ty m forrlnK opto a r.r lnluw on the jiorler Boor, jJ2 "'' '' Iht UPOnd Sonr. when Mr. Sd-ln- i wiirih lil' "I"JS. anil . irrle.l ,,ft ,i. rlnttiliis. W Jotk!',S0' ""' 1-5. blrb IU In om of U TEA AND COFFEE SALE. ) i,.K(8 vow t'rop Teus, j ' rOUMOHi Ode. U- MliBle I'uuiHl, i.'tc. I 2Q0 ll,il)H UouHteil Coffee, W, '.'H tad :M(. . per ik 1 New York and China Tea Co., Hi 70 A Ml VtMJBY BJT. OE VITO INDICTED. Kings County Grand Jury Finds a Truo Bill Against Him. Subornation of Perjury In the Naturalization Frauds Case. Good Remit of "Thes Kvcnlng World's" Exposure. Among the li.dlc'ments presented In the Kings County Court of Sessions this morning was one against Vlncenio lie Vlto, charging him with subornation of perjury. le Vlto was in court, accompanied by his lawyer, I.tike 1. Btapleton. When called upon to plead Mr. Btapleton, speaking for the prisoner, ashed for time in which to examine the Indict ment. Chief Clerk Wulkiey, of the District Attorney's ofllce, d.J not oppose the re quest. He wns willing, he said, that the matter should lay over for one week. Judge Moore granted the motion, and De vito left thu court-room. The Indictment sets forth that on March 21 nn application was made to the clerk of the County Court of Kings County for a certificate of naturalisa tion for Fellppo Manclnl, The (Irani .lurv accuses Pe Vlto of: pro, urlng one William Saunders, of 81 Lee nvenue, to swear that he was well acquainted with Manclnl, and that the latter had resided In this country for more than five years preceding the date of the application. These statements, snvs the Crnnd Jury, were false and fraudulent and j were known to be so bv Saunders and De Vlto, "The Kvcnlng' World" exposed De Vlto I a few weeks ago. He Is now out on 18,000 ball. The wholesale naturalization ' frauds which were brought to light by "The Evening World" astonished lawyers, Judges and the public. De Vlto I claims he was not lie ringleader Of the gang. The p ,llce are still search ing for .-om- of the men who are known to have made a business of sell ing frau lulent naturalization papers t i aliens. Fifteen dollars was the mar ket mice. The exposure cf "The Evening World" has had such a salutary effect that the gang has been broken up, the courts nre taking measures to prevent the frauds, and It Is not unlikely that Cnngre-s will speedily amend the naturalisation laws. CONNOLLY IS JUDGE NOW. Capt Kitzser Brings His First Oase Before the Justice. Patrolman Says He nought theDrad Gig in Schmidt' Place. Capt. William H. Kltzer, of the Twen I tleth Precinct, Brooklyn, brought his first policy ense before Justice Connolly thlH morning. The accused was Herman Schmidt, of C6 Central avenue, from whom Patrol- man Cnrrouthers claims he bought the dead gig, H-1U-29. He was held under ioOO ball. The Twenty-fourth Precinct Is said to be swarming with policy shops, but while Capt Kltzer took his eases before Justice Watson there were few convic tions. Recently Commissioner Welles gave orders that cases from the Twen tieth Precinct should be taken before I Justice Connolly, and there is conse l qui ntly great Interest In the Schmidt I case. The accused ostensibly kept a little notion store and Is said to have done u flourishing business. GOT A LOT OF JEWELRY. Hiiril.ir. Ilnnsnek Zlllns'N House While All Were nt the Theatre. The police of the Hergen street station, Brooklyn( are searching for the burglnrs wdio broke Into the residence of John I,. Zalss, 153 St. Mark's avenue, last night and carried off a large amount of prop erty. The booty Included a gold mednl. nn one side of wdiich was engraved "Senior Four-Oared Shell Race," and on the other t the names of the clubs comprising the , Long Island Rowing Association; n gold medal of the Pioneer Boat Club, one I gold pen and pencil, a pair of gold and ' black onyx earrings, with angel heads for decorations: a black onyx ring, with the Initial letter "A;" one Intaglio lirace- let, a pair of opera-glasses and other property, valued in all at $l.i The thieves got Into the house by pry ing open an Iron gate In the basement and opening the door with false keys. They ransacked the house, mid got away before the family gut home from the theatre. MAYOR SCHIEREN ABSENT. (ties to Tennessee to Avoid OmVe- eelcerai Mayor Pchleren. who was not at his Office In the Brooklyn City Hall to-day, left for Tennessee late yesterday after noon. Corporation Counsel McDonald denied the report that Brooklyn was bankrupt or that It could not agree to the terms of the Government to pay cash for the Wallaboul Market lands. The Mayor went away, It Is said, partly on business and partly to get rid of the army of ofllce seekers who Visit him dally. THIS FIRE SUSPICIOUS. Two Alarum for n Thr tor- iiuiiiiii.e-pamnge to.ooo. Fire Marshal Lewis, of Brooklyn, Is Investigating a Are which broke out shortly before midnight In a three-story brick building, M and Vt John street, I The structure was owm l by the B. W. ltllss Co., and occupied by the Fletcher Bottle Packing Company. Two . ilmns called a dozen engines to the seen-, and the names were extin guished within a short time. The loss is estimated nt lin.aiW. - I'ranix llulldlng on Flrr. At 30 o'clock thu Boralas " brass out on I th aseesd nr or itm itrse-storir i build Inn at 20S Win Twrnty-nlnth iln-et. The DUlIO Ins waa -M,,leJ r J. Sssltssr. inmase I1.040; !" SSkMVB. Th. loaa ia cov.rej bjr Inaur aoce. . llrooklyn llrraltles. Fire from aeroe unknown cauao. In Haass I Planum a rlr.r .tor-. IM fMUU SfSSSS, i Umklrs. Ibla mornlni .avi.it a "( It lli. stock J ImlliUas " InaureJ tor li.oiw. j a SMALL-PDX TD BlTlTS LEGACY Sabina Citera Had the Disease When Her Babe Was Born, The Mother Died To-Day but the Little One Is Perfectly Healthy. Pahina Citera, thirty-four years old, living In a tenement at r.5 Withers street, Brooklyn, died of small-pox at 6 o'clock this morning. The woman gave birth to a child Tuesday evening, and It was not until this morning that the contagion was discovered. The Health Department wns notified and steps were taken to prevent the disease from spreading. Toe doctors arc punster to kn iw what ' they will do With the child. The Infant has shown no symptoms of lining the disease, but the .1 ic.ors s.iv tllllt It ll scarcely possible that :he little one can escape an attack of the malady. Toe child will probably be removed to ;he Flatbusi Hospital for observation, 1 ir. Small, of iviil Larimer street, who reported the case, says that the erup tions did not appear on the woman's body until lost night, and he did not positively ascertain the nature of the disease until this morning. Two casts of stnall-pox were removed ti the Fiitbush Hospital to-.iav. They were William Oreen, thirty-six, of 10 (dive street, and 13. I Bchroeder, thirty, of 8080 Fulton street. Ihir'ng the last twenty-four hours nine patients recovered in the hospital and one lied. The special vaccinators continued their work to-day. Four bundle l children were vaccinated In the School of our Lady of tlocd Counsel, Putnam and Ralph avenues; three hundred employeee I of the Brooklyn lOlevated Railroad will lie scrape I by the doctors some time P-- ' day, and at t o'clock this afternoon. In stead of to-morrow, as originally In tended, Dr. Pierce and twenty doctors wdll vaccinate about S.000 sailors and laborers at the Navy-Yard. BULLDOG IN A BAG. This Captured Anlmnl lin.l Evi dently Been in the Pit. Policemen Traverts nnd Wemyss, of the Cedar street station, Brooklyn, while walking nlong Myrtle avenue early this morning saw a man carrying a bag on his shoulder walking rapidly down Wyckoff avenue. They called to hint to stop, nnd he dropped the bag nnd ran. He wns cap tured a block away. When the bag was opened In the station-house a big bulldog Jumped out. He was covered with cuts and bruises, an 1 hail all the appearances of having been In the pit. The prisoner, who said he was Michael Brown, eighteen venrs old. of in North Elliott place, refused to tell wdiere he got the dog. ami was locked up on the j charge of cruelty to animals. Brown was arraigned in the Gates Avenue Court this morning and held f' r trial on complaint of Bupt, Frank Clark, of the Brooklyn Branch of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani mals. The dog was also brought to court as an exhibit. i Later It was said the anlmnl had taken part In n dc g fight last night Just beyond I the city line. ! ORDERED OUT OF THE HOUSE i llerrninn's Coii.mon-I.nvT Wife Gave III. o the Moi.e. to liny It. I Justice Ooettlng, In the Lee Avenue Court, Williamsburg, to-day Issued a summons calling for the appearance of Charles Herrmnn, of 147 South Fourth street. I A woman, calling herself Mrs. Julia Herrman, toll tho magistrate that she had lived with Herrman as his wife for twenty years. Poring thai time she had saved $1,500. About a month ago Hi rr ir.ali asked her for the money so that , thev could buy the house In which they lived. She gave him the money, nnd Herrman had the title deeds nueb' out in his name. She objected to this, and lie says Herr man ordered hi r out of the house. FALSE IMPRISONMENT SUIT. O'Donnell Wantu 91 1.000 Domatei from Siimiii'I A. Goldstein. JuHtlco Cutlet) hpanl testimony In JHrooklyn tlrs morning In tin suit of Thomas O'Donnell to recover Hi. ft") damages from Samuel A. Goldstein for alleged false Imprisonment Goldstein had 0Donnell arrested on Mny 27, 1808. on the charge of attempting to break Inti his rlothlng store at lit nnd 21 Myr tle avp.'uo. O' Don n el I was trli on thp rhnrKo in th. Court of Sessions on Juno 2tl, IS.,;, aiM was acquitted. Goldstein swore this morning that he saw O'ponnell attempting to shove one Harry Kink tnDUgh the fanlight Of his front door on the night of May 2G, 1893. The enhe Is still on. PARKHURST VISITS MAC LEAN The roller Commissioner Kvidently Inspected the CruNnder. P.ev. Pr. Parkhurst caused something of a sensation this afternoon by appear Ing- at Police Headquarters. lie marched into the id white build ing on Mulberry street at 1.30 o'clock. and, without looking .liber to the .light or left, walked up to the second floor an i entered Commissioner MacJUean's olllce. There was the usual number of loung ers in the hallway .f the bulldlnR, antl they saluted Dr. I'urk hurst as he passed, but were nol noticed by him. Word spread In every direction throughout the liuddlnu. "Parkhursl Is here, and there was no end of specula tion as to th- purpose of his visit, which is likely to remain a mystery for a time at least. From appearances Mr. Mael.cin had expected a visit from Dr. Parkhurst, and was on hand lo met t his pastor. Senator Ahearn called on I'ommls sloner Marl. ..in while 1 'r. Parkhursl was with him, IRENE WAS FOUND BEGGING. She Snym Hint Her Mother Almost Ntarvetl ur. Justice Koch In Esses Market Court to-day committed eight-year-old Irene Martens to the C'hlldn n's Society rooms pending an Investigation, Shortly after I o'clock this morning Agent Denbcrl found the little kIi-I begging In Kast 1'ulirteellth street. The girl said that flic ,iii not know the whereabouts of her parents, who formerly lived at 013 Bast Thirteenth street A tenant In that bouse wrote to lite Children's Society complaining th.it Mrs Martens treated her two children very brutally, stullnir that one child had been burned to death while her mother was ivinp drunk on the floor by pulling over ,'i nuned kerosene lamp. when the agent went to Investigate the case hi fount that the Marten fam ily hud been dlsrossessd for non-payment of rent, and It was by mere SCO) .lent that he found Irene this morning. The little girl said that her mother treated her shamefully and almost starved her. i Tur iinklnneit mil of alt la In cut prtee-i. but It I. ne.-e.-srv nti (Iki. r. Flint i'o. el Will at. j tlutU baler thsjr luuvo to Jod a. O'NEILL'S, 6TH AVE., 20TH TO 21ST ST., OFFER A CHOICE COLLECTION Ladies', Misses' and Children's UNTRIMMED HATS In Mixed and Fancy Braids, Milans, Chips ?M Neapolitans. Exclusive Shapes, All Colors.: LOWEST PRICES. Sixth Ave.. 20th to 21st St. 'Meilfs' 6th Ave., 20th to 21st St. WILL OFFER To-Morrow, Saturday, bodies' Fast 131ac! RIBBED COTTON HOSE,1 afrWT" Pair. Regular value 40c. Pair. I H. O'NEILL & CO., 6th At;.. 20th lo 2ltl SI. NEW JERSEY. ROBBED BY TWO MASKED MEN Dry-Gcods Clerk Willis Hold Up Near Paterson. Evidently Followed HI in After Up Had M.i.ir Collections. WAN A QUE, S. J . April 13. James Willis, who is employed by a Paten n dry kpuiJs ntore, and lives n or this place, hod an exel'lng encounter with high waymen in Ht nlffht near the bridge cross-' I tug the Ramapo River. Ho left the' store at Paterson at 8 o'clock to walk) 1 home. iWore returning to his house, howpwr, he wont to Ring wood to collect ome money from different customer: of ; j the tlrm. He collected $30, and about 10 o'clock I Marud tc walk home. Wht'n he waB . within a few fret of the bridge two men i sprang from behind th stone abutment i of the bridge and grappled with him. i Both men were masked. Willis nays that on of the men held a revolver at his head and demanded j his money. He started to run, when the other highwayman tripped him up. i When he f ll to the ground the two , men held htm down after striking him ' a Mow mi the bead with a revolver, and robbed him of the money ho collected, I a Knld Watch and chain and other val- I uables. They cautioned Willis not to get up or they would shoot him. They then ran off towards Pomp ton Pluluu and disappeared in the darkness, Willis got Up and made his way home, ' He whs covered with blood from the wounds mad" by the highwaymen, and .his clothing was covered with mud. He think- that the nun are from Pater son, and thai they followed him, know I iiiKr that in was going out collecting. ' Willis says the mon were tall and woro i slouch hats, lit- was unable t see their faces on account of the masks, Willis , was not seriously Injured. ALICE DREW HER RAZOR. Then ilia Cut 11 Van wim Jiislloil Her (rum Toinplo lo hln. , A I'utilnn affray look plu o .-.rly this morning In Wood's Hall Jersey City. Last iilitht a c l ire i I ' K-'V,, ,i i ill, Kverythlnn went on nn, ithly until 4 o'c ick, wli. ti Amos llolmis w.iik.l across Hi" ili.,.r. As hr oiproachi'd II,.' eenlru he accidental!) hrush I RKalnst Alice ftrown, who was leaning on tli .1 Kugene Itnliln When Holmes ran into tlw c nple Mle tr i angry, and, druwlns i rasor from hi r i o k !. 1 1 ishi l II ami i n i - I" ice with it. cultll "itm fr in the li in I .. ia the ,1 in I ' dmi was i ,k,M : n hospll il. A'i'-e and H 'hlns in wi locked up without lisll to awall the re sult of his Injuri. s. IIiilKi-y III Piled. KEWAHK, H. '. April II Tha lll ol It. iui 0ors A. llalay. or .N,-nrV N. I., baa ; ti.'n flif.l in tv..- Surrosati oSjcs ai Nawtrk. ' Tb. bUSlBWS .' rn r.-l '. -I by ibi CSSipSS)! "' wH.h Mr. .ilai) VM b. a, I la bsaSSttSrt to Sll BSSS. .inl the propsrtr. malallns ol ral SStSIS ab't teoks an 1 ti,,o, a In N-wark ami o'.t.Ma ts larprlaaa. all) b. dll.le.t tita-cn II. losleilst, family of It. dci-awi. Tb.ra war- n- public I....... .: Tb. prosarly la valurj ..i uv.r II.- O'Neiirs i 6th Ave., 20th to 21st St. To-Morrow, Saturday, i Special Value BOYS' CLOTHING. SAILOR RUIT3, all wool trimmed with braid, 4 to 1 1 year-. 3.48. TWO-PIECE SUITS of all wool Cheviot or Casimore, singla and doub'.e-broastod, 6 to 15 yearn, 3.50 and 4.98. LONG- PANTS SUITS of! Black or Blue Cheviot, 13 to 10 years, 8.48 and 11.98. REEFERS of Sergo or Cheviot, 3 to 10 years, 3.75. K. O'NEILL & CO., 6TH AVE., 20TH TO ?IST ST. sii.nM.M- Mill i mmmmwmmmmmmtmmmmmmi I SHOCKED BY A LIVE WIRE. f.llH'inir 11 Mcrlcle'N Arm Wiis Aim, llruken, nod lie May Die. OUANUK, N. J., April 13.- ivti r M.rl cle, a lineman employed by the Essex County Electric Light Company, was probably fatally Injured last niKlit by coming In contact with a trolley wire ofi tho Consolidated Traction Company. The wire xot out of order and Merlcle was s. nt t,, repair It. The wire was I twenty feet above the ground, nnd Merl cle mounted t Hie top of a ladder which v.. is fastened to one of the trucks uf the Electric l.lght 'ompany. 'I're horses attached to the wagon be came frightened and started to run away. Merlcle was thrown wuh the bark of his nock a'.'uinst the wire, which shocked him unconscious, nnd th, n he was thru hi to the ground, strlRlm; on I Ills shoulder. Ills rlnht nrm was broken and h received Int.-riml Injuries, ll.. Is In the Memorial Hospital nr.d his condi tion Is critical. WOMAN GADLY BURNED. Ilimbiiml nml WIIV Injnrvd Dnrlnx i. PlrO In 'iliflr IIiminc. HiaHTSTOWN. S, J., April 13.Flr start In thu roiMence of A. B. Jnhru at thlri place it 12 o'rlork last nlK'it Whllo : r. Johns wqm trying to escape, h" fell Intn t:.ii cellar, llu was rescura with ilimculty. Mrs. JuiitiH was badly burned, miv. it! 1m thuiiKht she cannot recover. Nothing! m j i sm .ei rrom the bunilriB bull Uhk. Tht lots 1h H i The raus :' the Are la unknown. Pr I no ii it to Hi Rearrested pettvtlYd "'lark innnuncl i --'.ly tbal b bsi I r if thftt the m.tn whn r- I ' ! thi 1111 of Ihi nl.sr.n "f i. : - l Ktr.ny, if .') tv:ti n 1 : . , , Jfi im) lt) nf II. r Ji.fctl ll : . -,- . . ii I t . n tt.o Hll . :. i nil i . : ..' -.i !.:-! i . I : ,i ! - - To Stop l'HSl ' ' ' - on Snmlnj. i ii VKMN V. J ' rll r Th Uiw in1 t . 1, -.,. . :- . . . : . : i -i t i p '. i ' itrtvtrc : '"' ......... ,,. -:'. 'J ht ! ;. evi ry yci I.----. ' r.g i: f.-ni I i . m ri i: ..ii u ... RECEPTION FOR WEAVERS. Paterson ktrlUers I'repurlngj t, n,. celre Tlielr Xe Vurla llr.'tliren, I' : ::!::-. ,'.'. ' J., April I The sirik In'g rlbh m wi avi is of this city I a s r . . iv. v. rd lh il ' " weavers ha I . ta! t. ,1 In a man . fi nn Ni w Vork ut k o'clock this mornii A call i st o Issued for a mass-meeting of the local weavers to make preparuti ns to receive the New Yn kei The Musical L'nlon hag promUed to rur nish fort) plei is of music, and i at, rson merchants will provide refreshments A thou-und Paterson weavers win march down the pl.nK r.'nl to meet the visitors, who nre expected lu teiualn here fcr three d-y- B.ALTMAN&CO Hal unlay. April 14, BOYS' Clothing Dept. TWO-PIECE SUITS, $3.40, 4.25, 5.00. SPRING REEFERS, $3.25, 4.50, 5.75. Best quality Percale laundered Shirt Waist, 58"- 18th St., 19th St. and Sixth Ave. ilsth St. Station Elevated Komi, i BIG SHIPMENTS OF GOLD. Nearly Tbreo Millions on To Morrow's Steamers. The Stock Market but Utile In fluenced ly Them. The feature of the day in Wall street was the movement of k"M to Europe. The engagements fur shipment hy to morrow's strainers are much heavier than expected, footing up 13,700,000, of which l.a.anl Preres will forward I1.2O0, 000, Heldelbach, Ickelhelmer & Co. 00,. ni, Zlmmermann .s.- Forshny KW0.000 and Undenburg, Thnlmann ft Co, V."".'"). In addition Kidder, Peabody a 'o. Intend io Bhlp from Uoston $500,000 gold by the steamship Gallia to-morrow, and If the gold is easily obtained the amount may reach $750,000. The steamship Drltanntc, on Wed:,, flay last, took out $134,ia gold, shipped by Muller, Bchall ft Co, The Steamship Obdam, which sailed yester day, carried $5".i.iu0 gold, bound for the Netherlands. The report of p,,M shipment, had prac tically no effect on the market. A ma jority of stocks fluctuated l-h to :i-s per Cent., and speculation was at an .-x-tremely low ebb. There were a few no table exceptions, American Tobacco fell 3, to as 5-8; l.a clede il. is :i-l, to IT I-;. Linseed oil 1 to 2l. and Reading 7- to -u 5-s. whll American Snu.ir ros,- 1-2, to 1)1 1-4; Chi cago tias 7- to u :i-4, and New Jersey Central 1-;. to in. Money was easy at 1 i-r cent, on call. Foreign exchange continues llrm st 4.87 M a l.sTl-'J lor hankers' lour, and 4.8S3-4 fur demand sterling. It was thought thai the heavy Bold engage m, nis would ease the market, but thus far they have had no p. rceptlble In fluence. it hi calculated that the hanks tills week have gained In cash by the In terior movement about $3,750,ti0 and by Bub-Treatsury operations aboul $l.o0ii.0'ju, a total ajaa I ii uf $i. : ,".''. Allowance must be made, however, for the Jl. I'Nj.im ,, i taken from the Bub-Treasury for cxpoi i. Th.-re was Utile Imprjvement In the Volume of In: ilncs at the Block Ki change this afternoon. Delaware .'. Hudson rose p-p cent., antl American Tobuceo regained a part of Its early loss, hut the chang s as a rule were Insignificant. The Grangers were a shade e.isi.-r. Late this nft-rno-in nnr'.nit M-iiroun eiiKai,"-l $500,000 In gold f r shipment to morrow. Altogether, including the It is ton shipment. $5,700,000 will leave this country to-morrow. The u not u lions. Ol'.n. II!:-1l lyn,. Amar. T,,b gtH HH bh,a Amer. Pusar Kef s:T. 0314 t2 Amr, 8iir itaf. yl hS. 19 S SV Amar. Cotton oil 3f'S 30 sos All, T.,.i & Rants Ka US 144 I4S Daltlraors 4 Ohio t"1 104. aei, Hiaaspeslis Onto II1, K'S ::' Cblcase Gss c:T, f -, Cbtragr, ft Nortawaat loa 101 loo '..i.. Mil. i st. I'j'it e C4 t:-, .hi . Hock 1st. ft Psc I04 Ti T0-, rtor., i':n. ci,i. st. 1. -, y. 9Vj Dolawaro ft H.:-:i it) 1414, no HI. Cattli rw4 :'4 n :'.'. 1 .. ll ii, ITS IT IT', I. .,.. '. iro Ut 119 1 59 Ixiuiavllla ft Naahvtlla ::. .". , ir, I. ,ii . Alh a i Ll pf U U 13 . 12644 1TH' l-i't. Mlrh. Central Ilia es1, 9- Mia. irl I'adV ', .- , '. Mo . K in ft T 1", K'. 14 M . Kei ft T.-s. pf ".' , ?'0, ?'li Sa'. I....I '" ti 4'J 3'.', Sal Ull ('it it '! It Sal I.I . N '.i !0 rural 114., !' l ; 111 ' m : Ci rural 1 . '. , 1 ', '.' V . I. :l if .. .- . ." ! ' 4 5', ':!,!'. i f 1, :: . : , .'. W - n 14'a : . i. .1 .: S! :s I , I . . I .... t S 5 I ' 1 1 ' . , I A : I . ' ' . . . . ,n I . ' t i T iti IT", I A AVal ri Tt-r ', ' , ', H I. ir Wrat I'l Tar ;'.... I, ' . ! . SI I', ft , . . I . St. I. : . "... .,-:,!( , , ; . . . ; ; '. . aa I., I , i ' ll 1 , : : : " ', i : : ; - . 1 1 ' . i -'. i . t i i . lt, i , -r. Wheel ft 1 . 1 : ' : I . i .'. : . r ; f : . . a I ... ... .... if V . : ,. i. ilr. : -. f-s-it n tr... ' O'eii k K'lii :. t r... gvsstog V r. : Toaviiae.i.t UvtS SI, '"HI Unfit Salary. S'gWAHK. N ' April IS. Ta. Flssn e rm- . kl ' r-vr ri ODSStll ,t Naaark. N. J . haa de,-it,-l ta gtvs lo toe reln,tats1 llul 1.11ns tn.partnr. l,aa,- reWSSaSQ, hj aa Metes' la tr-a rina Pesaoorsui ah.n the, saoures esstiw ,,r .ill brasebaa of the ray o,,riinni. Lia back ..Ury, aawuouus to SkSSI 11.900. L. BROS. CAPES. GREAT SALE TO-MORROW. Kxtraorttinnry vnlttcn in CAPE8 nml cn.i . (ICO Ladies' Conls in covert, Clny tlingoriuls, 1 "r.-tn h IwillH, unfiu- ihIiimI woistcils, kcrsCV it'll rlicvi- ots, plnin ntiii tiiiiiuioil in moiro iitui fuillo n Iks. All Imvo large slfpvos nnd new full sknts, shoil mill niptliuni lrii.ihs mi, I lnlf lined in fnucv bilk, blnck and colors i worth 4110.75, for nOii LndieM t'lipos, in lnicHt it 11 ported broadclotlin, kenteyfl and twilled clothi, in doiil)lu and triple t flVcl.t, handHoraclytriiiimod in rich black alii cream luces, rows of satin .in I moiro ribbon, somo elabo rntely braided, black, brown, navy uiul tiiiin, wortli $ls nu, for o.oo 300 laliog1 estB ii, fancy Y.nr lisli Duck mill Pique, newest style, worth S'lt.'i.". fnr L48 SPECIAL -Read This: MORNING SALE OF WRAPPERS i TQ-MOHROW from 9 A. M. Until 7 P. M. Wrappers nn l Spencer Hour Drr.sspB, of light, in .'.hum and dark grounds; also a limited quantity of alouraing and Outing Flannel Wrappers. Hotwecn above hours 1 only tnca will bo sold for VQo. Misses' Suits & Cloaks. Children's Iteefers, iu Mixed Cheviots, rolling collars, fancy capt h, -t to 14 veai'!1, value S.50, Children :. Iteolcr .Jackets, in fine Ladies' Cloth, ripple capes, rolling collnrs, trimmed with coral lnce, 0 to 14 years, value 4.00, 2.68 Misses' Cheviot Cloth .Tuckets, umbrella back?, revere collars, full sl.oves, 12 to IK years, value 0.713, s.oo Complete nssortnit'iit of CON. IFIKMATION itii.l MontMNU COATS nn. I lUMCKSKS. SIXTH AVE. & 23D ST. I STEPHEN R. POST FAILS. I niil.l.- to Meet lilt Liabilities In the I'r.Mlu..- Ksrli.'iiiK,'. I fttei.hrn 11. Post, who hns been n mem oer of the ProJuc lOxchange Hlnoe Its lounJ.itljii, sent word ta the superin tendent, this morning:, that he was una ble lu meet hln nubilities, ,;. 1 hi nara wns pustvd mi !!, ll f. Mr. Posl ,il. shortly after t!i" failure wah aii in I, tii; he coul 1 n"i tell what i..- lia .ii: . i.r ISS '- aia .ulit.-J t , I'li: be w.jii ' nr l.ably mul; n stiite m nt hei ! . .. . N'iba ly on t te lln r fl 'Id vouchssfe an estimate "!' the amount inv.ilve'l In the, Failure, bui it i. nerai u nlon wns that Mr. Post had I.. a 'I 'Iiik loo much buril nesi Little Imi" ri.u: sv is clven t ) the .-...'. I, ivtvi . I.i i.. "f . a Incl I, :.l t rial :; I i . I U'H IK I At t.'l.lt : ir,- Mr. Post annaune i tils failure, at ha did to-day, buL a pie of ho u i sf t t war 1 whi n ihe 12 30 i all came at uiii -:, t . i . : , i : .. first rh in :e to make :: 1 1 Its ilillKiitlnns, uu ler the rule, Mr. Post nin. i :.ii 1 with enough c ipual t" in-. : nil lems an I have a I irge mrplu. left. K was said that he hn.l forg tmn thf exist. -nee "t ;"'.'-o whlen he hail t iwed aw vv so -I.- .'all, ln.it he ha 1 l"-: track ,r it, and when, und.-r the new stress ol circumstances, the nm unt and Its where- . sboutl were recalled i" h.s mini, lo j qal'-kiy produced ll and satisfied hit creditors. DODGED A RED-HOT POKER. PfelOer Buys Ills Wife Trle.I to llurn Ills Ejcs Out. NK.WAUK, N. J . April 13 -Michael Pfelffer. who ill -1 an application for divorce from his wife, Annetta, with the Chancellor yestei lay afternoon, al leges that when he went hoi she be came enraged sr I tried to I urn ""t Ins eyes 1th h r. l-hoi i- ker, "ll, says that b artful dodging he es c iped with a sin-'.it burn i n his fore h i lu his t.-iit for illvorce Pfelffer accuses his wife "1 bell Intlm He with Julius lleuph r wh ' resuli a ; poslte the l'f.-.f-fus ai 1C0 I', rrv sirei t. For the Library wo have evi rytliinp most Miitn l)lo. Wo sell this library table, V-,V f"' s"lhl oali' fa vir-fi witb heav -Z. '- ii polished top, (jj . 2:5x55, ample drav.'ors, witlo uhelf benouth, lluti.l logs nnd oruumeiitod with curving of tho I'uteh stylo, for tho vory low prico of $10.75. Our open library eases at $4.75 and tiir better cues at $7.50 art excellent value, in nt, genteel ami rich, (ilas:-; door casus as low us $10.(h. J.H.UTTlE&e8 3 AND 5 WE8T14TH ST. l STAMPED ON A SHOE l MEANS STANDARD OF MERIT. 6TH ., CORNER 20TH ST. Shoes for Service, Shoes for Dress, Shoes for Comfort in widths filrSf' A, B, C, D, E, Zj'i Missos' Sotilinai Kill Button HIhids, t . 1 nt out leather " 4 Cfi tipped,nprinpt heel lg sfV tiizi.-.s 11 to 2 si Children's Soolma Kill ButtonShoes, I'atont Leather Tipped, Spring $ A A Heel, sizoh ti to w UV m 1. p A, B, C, D, E, IJovs" Veal Calf tipped Button and "i 7 k Lace Shoes, sizes t 2 1-2 to 5 1-2.... Touths' Veal Calf tipped lluttonaiid $ 4 kfl Ijaeo Klioes, : i.es 5 J" 11 to 2 Xo broken lota or shop soiled .shoe, but now and regular linen of shoes. JVio other rtenler can give no m uch value for such Uttl0 in one;. I iiavi: Nn AGENCIES on BRAiraS TORES. 51V SHOES CANNOT BE FU. ' 1 CHASED OF ANY OTBEB DEALER. A. J. CAMMEYER, 1 6th Ave., cor. 20th St. HWHIItV HAT CO., 2-J !i i n i ii nf . iltHI l bau ut prieM m ny below rttail item, MADE PORT IN DISTRESS. Schooner Enercy Pares Badly la the Great -iilc. Th- schooner Energy, of PanibOro, N. h.. boun i from St. John, N. B.t to llreton, put Into this port In dlstrese ; this mominff. She Is loaded with hla frlea and lime. (.'apt. Cook report! that in met with a heavy northeaot guie While T ('apo Cod "ii April 8. i'h- wind veerei to 8nu:ntat and the 1 gale lasted four days, during which time t: menioua leaa sw-pt the deckload nverboard. washed away th? boat and tl Hided the Bailey and cabin. Several r.i:;.i were blown away or split, and he wit obliged, uftT being Mown far out f hln urte, to run Into thin pott m make repairs. Other In.-iialntr venela all bring tales nf the ptorm, The teameblp Colombia, t'.'i'i. Bhaokford, fim colon, which ar rlved to-day, had .strong northeast wlnda i ana heavy head waa. Among her paa i ns.en are Jamei I. Porter, United iitatei Minliter t- ChtU, and Bishop ell.tly, jf San Francisco, The British steamship Othello. Capt Htlby, frm Antwerp! encountered va riable win Is to March 80, when she ran Into t strong southerly gale lasting evi rai hours. The gale was followed by heavy seas and rain an 1 hari stjualle. On April 1 shf met with a groat gale. The British steamer H. F. Matthews arrived from Messina this morning, and l'npt. ArrioM reports that nfter battllns; With a succession of westerly gales he was obliged to run Into Halifax for coal and t make temporary repairs, the steamer's bow having been stove In by Held Ice, as was previously reported. The Gorman steamer Schleswig re port a htormy run from Cardenas to this port k TRIED FOR MANSLAUGHTER. Kaufman lays i ii,i-- John Irately; Pell InUer His l'ru.-u. Bamuel Ka ifnuin, twenty.flve years sJ..'.i who k,-, ;,. a butcher ?h p at 2S. Tenth avenue, nher, he also lives, was rr .:i trial to-day In Ihe Court of Oyer. an I Tennti '-r fur manslaushter, He Is chant' l Hi causing Hi" ,leth of nve- i ir olil J.'lni ttately by r.innlnn over tli. rhllj .ii rrom of ' ' Y.i Twonty- :m entii street i n July !W. ' .. i .h,i I lived nt 53a vt'est Twenty sw, -, vi. i He attempted to cross the stit-et oiied'l if a ' nil hi an l was thrown i.i. ith the vi Is. Tho Grand Jury returned in Indictment "( iiMiihi inKhter in the aeeond ..: iik nn-.: Kaufman. I Wltnesae. fcr I'm.1 pr aecutlon letiln-d i'l.,. Kaufman h i. -lrunk ut th., time nit I i'-.at he drove at a v.ry rapid khIi. .- . n tnl n. I his witnesses denied -. a it: mi an Kaufman testified Hi ii the m Itely l oy ' 11 b mi aili the s hoofs h . r ha ij struck at all. AFTER BYRNES'S ROYALTIES. Cannr anil Lrderer Knjolasd from I'ulnt: 'I'liem lo tlir I'InywrlsTUt. ju.i . mi : , '... I ihe "-I. ,-rlor ' :.. 1,1 liy :...! permanent a tempo r.ir n forblddlna ' 'in try ! i r , i . i ' Plaj wrl hi Uitarlas llyrn nn ' s ''' ' ' " l-naj tlu : -. . .: : I.i- ; i r :l.-nl- ... i tne royalties l.v , u .: ..r :i a j . leinent hi !:jK, . liyrn i, ' , ,-, .'. ii nimel ma le a e mfict In t , 1.. Uyrn i In behalf of the ..it.' of S::.i.i Hart, by which the law- . r were to receive hsif of the ...nmnt ,i -t ... They cot u judgment for 11,014,30, which W..3 n.T. collect 1. The lawyei - a signed their claim to li.nja- tii.ii St-ir.h.irJt, '.lie In n.'.v a i'.ir.nr V In toe llrm. and lie Uj making strtuuvus SfforU u c ' ect ihe amount.