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LgHr.flHlaflaHHaHHHBHHBaB L .KBT K WW Kwwi, f , , , ' ' Hi1 (i ; TJJE WORLD; MONDAY EVENJNG, APRIL 30, 1894. --.-- Ikll ALL THREE INDICTED. fcK(Kf Kwnoy, Snedeker and Gill, of tho 'M"fil&i& Wrecked Oommeroial Bank. flPr K Te B Arraigned for Misdemeanors iWfm? & on Thursday. TKif ' Hj ( fKAfi RfA Excite Cashier Io)imnnn Also Prc ,&ETOttt fi ' tented for Grand Larceny. Vk.1i mm' -f t JHV WK'i When the April Grand Jury of Kings SBfi'.t ME' ' fiCotintjr appears before Judge Moore In iTk"1 Bk! jthe Court of Sessions, on Thursday, four ffMTfi flef ' ilimportant Indictments will he filed, three ABfi mmWrnW which have been found against cx JjK&J' BE KfOtTiclals or the wrecked Commercial WP' ?mmcfrtnh- ot -Brooklyn. JKi EBhi'Mfr The Indicted bank officials arc Beth L. HMr HKHXeeney, President of the defunct Instl Wtfw IBfr'jR' tullon Bnd a Brooklyn Bridge Trustee, HFV Hw$-Wbrt L., Snedeker. Vice-President, nnd um' Ej Wi'i,Floblnon G'11, Secretarr ot lll hank. 1 B V WBFKThe fourth'lndlctment is found against B'W Wm-mf' D L0"1"8""' tne defaulting ex H 8iPr Chler of the Excise Department. Loh B? ' 1 fc'JBtnn Is indicted for grand larceny. Bti nK The bank officials arc all Indicted for mWj ffijfR misdemeanor. tmi.$ iMf'ivWvi' .The charge against the officials Is sub S PBcR Uintlaly the same as that upon which .,- , dzBati Mather were Arrested, and arraigned before " KWi rH?Pollce Justice Walsh In the Adams lV' la(!4,aKBtreet Court. ' '? SfcBBtHBfv The prisoners were then charged with -f ' UmW'SmM Wending false reports to the State Dank 't ' MWn( Department coloring the financial 'KTmSR'BK COB"Uon ' the bank and keeping It lit UsW'W, ot affairs was discovered, and the ,Yv' Mw,B.Yfai.titutlon forced to suspend. V'i asmPWiv'-'' hank omcials demanded n trial by if SSB, .WiPetlt Jury and they were released on nL Ht,M ba ?"" JJ HM A Jt thought they would possibly '$' mMm! mVi,r have been brought to trial on the ''.' Eii-ak,;hara halt not Justice Cullen, In the !;'' .'ife-iBupreme Court, decided that tho Urand It fi'ltn' could indict for misdemeanors. ' BW&H$l President OCeeney was Indicted for fel- JRttviSioiy last Fall, and Is now out on 30,(iG) J". gaiMB-iball. as la UlsO the ex-cashler. J. J. 'L r'wWm) " KUVatl, who was Indicted for forgery, ?:V H8rc,B: v" waa recently surrendered by hit. '& - Hull JK-bondsman, but hs found another man 'X' -fflilfyiiWy,"""IT ,0 T n his mw) bond. iv 4tKv9'' ai"- Snedeker and Keeney will all be 1 i ,J JK'BRB rralgned before Judge Moore In the " !FK Court of Sessions Thursdiy. a W y- The Indictments were all ready for '-I flHCT Presentation last Friday, but the papem 3HWsy MVwero not completed, and It was decided 4 iKvf . t0 walt unt" Thursday before bringing jM them In. ' JlHl ; W D. Lohmann will also be arraigned "h iC) w"h the other prisoners. ,$P !9'! ?, QUI and 8ncdeker are almost nn fi vKMS .'prominent In financial circles of llrooH- L, wBHlfc 31 Ivn Trnv ? V KEji I' ""' ls a well-known contractor and ' . HeK? - ; Snedeker a -director In the Union J:ie- ."'Z'lKllN vated Railroad. XVk! 3'Be maximum 'punishment for the & JWre' fofllense of the bankers In case of a CMPaP S,vlctlon is one year and J500 fine. '1$IM 1pa,d $5'T0lSAVE TEN CENTS. 3&'" i'W',,,,--,,e "V nonl Swindlers rAWi :i Hure a Costly Experience. JJmBpI 'e There waa a small riot at the South BI TctK' 8(-yerry station of the Sixth avenue "L" iKKJ' KVoal it I o'clock this morning, when pjVJKitf' f'''1 men attempted to pass Ticket" INSERT 'Chopper George Hlllbut, of 677 Ninth f .MMF-Tk ? nj""' b puttlnK tnree Hckets In the iN'i'i5!TnerB were thirteen In the party, but Brit R&1'l'n'n they Ft upstairs only eight were $X la-7-5present, AU were Intoxicated Peter l'1W'ls5ffiowanl bU8ht three tickets and told Zfh. nSSMt Ki'"8, Par'Jr to march. ?A3!igBi E This they did, but Chopper Hlllbut ,& aWBK' 55.'PPel them, and he called Policeman i'ofXlBS; IS Parker, of 'he Old slip station, whocop ? RlR.K"t?red ve of them. They wire Michael I3R';?'ers twenty-eight years old. of 417 VS tJ2ttJ l!y Fifty-fourth street- I'eter Howard, ? l;'t?r?n.tltn,X'i3?? We',, Houston street " OKjBJtKfePatrlck Donohue, twentj -three, of W) I- & BjiDomlnlck street; Patrick Dnllj, twenty-2-ffVtW5 MiSiT- J?2 WeBt Houston street. John 4V JKW KB.neat thirty-two. of 5St Wushlngton ' Wlsi'y,rrte, and Michael SullHaii, twinty ? CTi-lBot freight, of 39 Carmine street . KrlT.fe3rJ1'ere all arraigned In the Tombi ;' J? I? Police Court this morning nnd appeared t "H W$ 9 for .what- thev had done Justice - SB i?rJll Martin let them off with a line of fl , i Ti W& If 'each, which they paid. P. STOLE A BUNCH OF KEYS. ' Sl? Bf Fr' "ree IHoliwajnipn Mnke n Poor s fir Kto.fiii llnld in Jrr.i-) C'ltr. Tjf'Jwilr John Mulligan, of I9S Sixth street, 3C f'lHff,' Mwlcnael Blake, of 299 Eighth street, und " IB AW.Thomas jritxgerald. of 3U7 ieeiuli J 1' &JKt BE"tet, were prisoners before Judge 'V 2-IK fa-O'Donnellf in Jersey City, thw moinlng. I-.. tftt f? chara 'tt,th highway lobl.erj t InK'jRs' feV., At 2 o'clock thU morning l'hlllp flrlf- teVHB" 'lnn of 2S2 Pavonla arnu lompltlned tu 17W!Hi'S,i the police that ho was held up on So- W I? 1ath "trcet. by three men. He K'llrt thej ovy Mr K? demanded all he had. and toon ,i bunch Olfi'H!1-? lVSf keys, which were the onl urtlcl u? thV W 1? nntl ln hls Possession. A seurcli ns tiflHf7 ' 'ttade and the ih:t.e men weie nr JJg;5w rested. fnlJS!"Iiii Janies Itoblnson. a pugilist, and a ln?,iKv S?Al?.emDer of t"e Crescent Cmb, of .)fre ! W.fe S,tyfi "sP.Vied.tp tho pollw later that ?' bfBRv ; 5? iCad. "?in rohbeil bv three men on h 5J? WU& m.', g'xth street. He Identltlcd Ulake as the &flii?iSFlKnan who robbed hlru. " LfifsHM JKt Justice O'Donnell held- Hlalce to iwnlt blPsff t' Wvi'!16 ftetlon of the (irand .lurs, nnd dli Cft m K Charted Fitxgerald nnd Mulligan. i!lf'F0R PASSING A BOGUS BILL , JJjkb i''K':iI,,TO Uoi" "ld viio cot mio.7.-. tflkft X K Chanare for Coiifcdrnitc nnrj. KB J' Pharles Kresser. twenty jean old. of Km M89 Centrslavenue, Brookljn, nnd John El ItW M,,ler sixteen years old, of 2C7 Central n!?' 5 f ft'venue. were arraigned ln the nates HR S i. W Avenue, ?3Hce Court this nurnlng. FT t i QVl y Uee:tUe Hayes, of the if. A R.'SJ'E?1 " venue station, with passin? a fe 'fi S It ' Confederate b'll. , fcV :'fi ' 1 It, ,' victim of the swindle was Paul v SS S Schlftt1' aJ"lkfr' ot m "roadway The XP ; i J?Xf.JJ01UBW Scents' north of culte and ls :ft ' tendered the bill, recel ng tt 73 In c fe" ,???, The change was found "l 1W '- ! 4 SCf?e,C5 Pa.eke- Both were held under Mi p4Lvat.nS3JUry., aWa" ,hC aC,,0n ot he 3SK'1; !' ST0LEN G00DS IDENTIFIED. iSsl1 t 1 l1' ,lo,,,cl,,l,, t'lnlms Goods 1'oHncd w7 3 fe K Inspector Mclaughlin Is having pawn- tlvM ' ttl br.0ker5' """P8 starched for properlj Pl&Pft k 1 pawaed y Anna Helene Vogt. alias Mrs 4vM'S'' ? m'Ar.n'LiI.1',cker' '10 claims to be the flKF i 4V,f,0'0' Ur- a' C. Decker, the hotel thltf Ml' l-Uer,".r.t,n St' Augustine, ria ""U ' Cft $ E Jfr .Z' JJ0,?"h ,,,.nn.,npor,lnK merchant K TO- r fraS1 J11 9anal street, has Identified. n 1 T. frt0.' N J- n Murch 12, a gold watch Kf .1 'H"H chatelalnc slher souvenir ! Sr ffiRiwW-ntountea hair comb, lad's go 'm 5. iMy',0." an1 Vther Bma aftkles piwned , lis Wf '?al bowery. 7$iE fefc DISPELLED A DROUGHT. mR' SfHalnmnUern" llobbed Lnnnnee hSsf ''''' ' ''?,"r 0 ,ct ,,e l'rtv iar Beer. MlSW J'"I,'ter Mulholland, Thomas Campbell, 'wrp jVTohia English nnd IMchael Moylen! t .Mlfey'wi-E'i,'lit embert ''of the "Ilalnmakers liHftP-ifu '" w're heId ,n the Us Avenue SfWkVJ P-1'! Rr.01"1 .WilllamsburK, t6-dav on a chargo C Brlv1rG ' robbery. 1.! ? vfXLJftJi'B. '.! "V Lawrence Canty, m fcifl-v"f2i'.Cu?rla$ "treet, at North Bee WUmmmmW fJ-'Jreet ahl;Wytbe avenue, and when IBHLw C,S'U! to, flve-thent beer money ' they mK4 KM'iaJ,.''' doynj.beat hm aa& rpbbed IWPBlHrrtmffeX Vhf niilfiili iMl V i KDT STOLEN. SAYS GYSELMflN. '- The A. D. T. "Boy " Savs (4ougol mann Gave Him tho Monoy. His Aged Victim Too 111 to Appear In Court to Prosecute. So sore In mind, and espcclilly In bodv, to-day, was I'ttei Gougclmann, a manufacturer of iirtllklil eyes, at 117 Kast Twelfth street tlml he uus unable to appear In i:sex Market Court to prosecute Henry (l)aelman, n district messinger "bo," tweiitj"lx jcurs old, who llvei at 1IG.1 lllBlilh avenue. Mr. (lougilmnnn Is more than eeiitj eais old, but is uncommonly sturd, lSel tnnn, dLsplte his nge, Is a boy In stat ure, but Is strong nnd wlrj. He Is, charged with attacking Clougelniann, ln Hi" lattcr's hoiue, and robbing him of $2.'. The messenger boy hnil a c clonic time, He mnnnged to best the old genlbninn nftcr a fierce struggle, ami then hnd to face William Michel, f.ougclmnnn s son-In-law. The messenger had Michel al most "out," when Policeman Prank S'shulkn, of the Plfth street sfitlon, who Is the chunnlon boxer of Hie pollen force, renchtd the bouse. It didn't take Snhulki Inng to overpower the A 1 T "boy." When (lselman was searched Ki ami u slhir pciuil were found In his imckets 'I he pencil also btlunged to Air lioiigelMianti, Mr. Gougelmun says he saw the "boj" pissing, ami, wanting some Ice for his daughter, .Mrs. MIcVI, who Is 111, he sum moned 0 solium (lyselman got tlie Ice, nnd as Gougel mini wliu to pas him the oil man ex hibited n roll of hills Thin the lid at tacked tioutitlmann and they had a roiiRh-atiJ tumble light In the pirlot. When Gyselmnn was Hrnilgue.1 before Jiutlce Hognn In lsex Market Court to day the fullcrm in nqupstcil tint he be remanded until tn-rrorrmv pending the ntipearance of the omtilalnnnt. An "l.enlng Wnrll" reporter phw f5sel man In the lsox Market Prison The messenger s-ild the ol.l gentleman wns Intoxicated. Insisted on him taking sev eral drinks nnd gave the money to hlin. flselmin said he w m In Kant Twelfth street looking for Assemblyman William Hulzer, who lives i,t 13.' Hnst Twelfth street. tiselmin snld he was called from J2I Columbus av.nue to the Hotel Kndlcott by a Mr McGonlglc to take u messnge to Mr. Sillier, and he was cau tioned to give the message to none other thnn Mr, Hulzer. Mr. McClonlgle gnve $ to him, he nald to pay whatever ex penses he might be under, ns he was to llnd the AsHemb,mnn regardless of ex pense. He didn't find the legislator, nnd the police took charge of the messige. CHASED OVER IflCK FENCES. Ilnlitend W. Howell .Makes a ('.rent Ilnce for Liberty. Halstead W. Howell, of Jamaica, L. I., who was arraigned in the Adams Street Police Court this morning on the charge ot swindling, led the police a merry chase before submitting to capture last night. Howell Is wanted In Philadelphia for obtaining W27 worth of goods from a furnlturo dealer by false pretenses He said he was going to open n furniture store at Pntchogue, L. I., and having obtained and disposed of the goods, as is charged, be disappeared. The Philadelphia police traced him to Jamaica, L. 1 , and an ofllcer came on to effect his cnplure. The ofllcer was turned over to Detective Welser, of Po lice Headquarters, and both have been following Howell ever since. The detectives a few days ngo learned that Howell bail lost a dog, and they called at his house anil spoke to him In relation to the animal. They did "not urrest him then because they wanted to more fully Identify him When they visited the house again last night they were told that he had gone out. Pushing their wa through the door, however, thes bg-in ii search of the piemlses How i II heard them coming nnd ran out thrnigh a back door and lumped over a fence. 'Ihe olllcers followed him, and after enmberlng ovir several fencis, flnnlly captund him ln a little out-house. vdscr, who weighs about 2J0 pounds, inn like a racehorse. In court to-ilns', Howell wns accused of the bircenv of 101 Smj ma nigs nnd 41 dozen chenille tnble covers. He pleaded not guilts nnd wns remanded for exami nation on Wednesday. - - SHUT OUT THE DENTIST. lr. Wilcox Vii VlliMrrd to Pull u I'rWon.'r'x Aclilnu 'lootli. l)r C.eorgH I. Wlkox, a dentist, of 23) A est Hli'venth Htni't, went before I Justice Itvnii lit Jefferson Market Court ' this morning and cuniplalned that he1 had In. n r.'fusMl niliiilssi ,n to Jefffrson Market prltm, win lu be bail been sum inane 1 bv the fiUnli ,f i pilaoner wlu w is duflerlng Willi tooth idle . T.'11? l,,;,:'"r " l'l he h id nen roughly told lis K. rpp MclJt rniott to go to the 'lotnbs nnd get a (.nrmlt, anil hnl been tinned fiom the djor listie ltv.ili wns ipiHc nnny, and ad v seil Di Ulli . ki I.,, t, ,hl Cimml" sloners of Clinrltles and Cornctloii nnd mike .. oinpluni lie sent foi the nfferer. who wax Jilin Prm1ervlU. n Vnrkk street 1 uin drsman, who Is a'cusel of Btabblng his emplujr S-itunHv nle-li' It U I'cox took the ptlsiiner IntD an an'e-room of the ur' and remove I twj lmge luolirs i:ich one iu It came i out. was n . imp-iiirld bv a veil which ne.irls drove Jusilce Its an crazs ' BOYS HELD FOR BURGLARY. Arrested lillr i:nJiilitK 'I'liclr I'IiiiiiIit In ii 'Hum. A gang of boss, giving the r nnmei ns Patrick O'lirleii, Adolpli I'ireri, Junes Martin, Thorn is Dunn llliim .Miller and Ilcnrs l.ee wire held In Jefferson MiukiM fourt tJ-das on ihnrges of burglnrv Thev were found in An omnibus In front or a i-st 'Ih rl stiiei stible lust night Binoklng cUiietts and . uing illn(, n ild to bin been stolen from ihe lUiieh bjjtll a. Li) Mercer rttnet Whllh tiles are necustd of hreikiig lino I 'ores! 1'lri'n Mill Illlullii;. SOMFni liil.ST S' J vrrll 30-Th torf.i dr lit hfullilll hji 0cri)i'l fi COO orlb of llmbr fruit trin an I bm Imi tra Ilia itim. anil Smith rr it-rllm nnj lo elrcll'rjt valn.il at ll.w lie!uiilnii lo .uJiib Jori-i'b s,u rhu luri.t Urn n,ur hug In I irnmit tunili mnl hit ovcrul nn una of Uo mile. iiare u ha. d. rtrore.1 i nocr unl .ordn .y. eitallin; loa if ..cuj Mine Pin. t inle-r iniliiil. 10KT OilVM N J, Vjrll JO Toe fie Mrd autarfl lu ihniln the Ji.tru in of Hi, 111 UmU .mow .t :iterma aliou tin me from uns Vliu-r a u.i,..r loiiliol Ihe lire ,111 1101 en ter4 to the mine All the n m wbu HP. Iliril. 0 remain l.elo Ih purfa it Iiuuk of the lira tit tha muiiih of tta mine tre Kulnn out in aif.t) eteriln The main ahafl I. ihuu ,,, (lehrla, ana Iht loll lo the l onuau ulli hi beav). 1V1I ThrotiKli u Sk;IIKt, Mala Wallh. teaty-to inn oM, ot 167 Ntlaon atreet, ll.-ookl)n. ohllo cleaning an oBlca Ihla mornlur, at .'.: V.n mngt placo (ell Itirouah a akrlllht on lha aoronj .loor. Her left arm waa fraiiureil anil her Uk luijlj Inlur.J til,. aa Ukon to CI ambera Blrt llojplui, - I'lrp tit Sixth Aieuue, Flra it 1S.009 i!amaje at I o'clnek tbla morn Isi In lb four-ttorr t;ltk tanemrai.fcouu st j!ll)'itcnu Tt flaiuca varttil from aom un JtDKfa canw la s teocer n-lb. .kvoubU door ktptjtir CkrUiUo rJprado.' Thcra no aijhil- BURNED TO A CRISP. Awful Fate of Aged nnd Insane Mrs. Eraunsohwoiger. Belief that She Started the Fatal Fire Herself. Thought to lie Sirs. Ilorovvlnle, in Wliosn Flat hho Wns hlerpiiiir. Mrs Ottella Hraunscwelger, a widow, rlxty-llve j ears old, wns burned to death nt "i o clock this morning In her rooms at 2.1! Hopkins street, Williamsburg. It Is snld phe bid been metiells unbalanced foi several ears and the police believe she started the fire herself. 'Iho Hopkins street house Is a large do ible-decker tenement, crowded with tenants. Henry Mnrco, who lives on the same floor with Mrs Urnunschwetger, raw smoke coming from her room, and turned In an nlnrm. When the engines cuiiie the tenants rushed to the street In all kinds of costumes. Nolle was hurt, and the damage done bs the flames amounted onls to VM on the building and Ilit) tu furniture. When the firemen broke Into the room wheie the fire started, they saw the ody of n woman stretched out on the lied. Hho was horribly burned, and In fact there whs nothing about the corpse bS which It could be recognized Nelgh .n,' ,wn? locked Into the loom Iden tified the. bo.lj as that of Mrs. Elizabeth Ilorolnk Mrs. Ilorowlak has a sister, who is the wife of Policeman Led)', of 270 Hum- boldt street Henry Marco and his wife Je?nnie, started to Humboldt street to bri-ak the sad news. When they got Insldo the house the first person thes snvy was Mrs Ilorowlak "lis, sou are dead!" screamed Mrs. Marc . ".Shake hands with me and see," re pled Mrs Ilorowlak, advancing Mrs Mitrc-i endetvored to ward her off, nnd then fell fainting to tne ground. She was levlved after some iilftleillts and finally wnB convinced that her friend hnd not been hurt. It seems tint Inst evening Mrs Ilorowlak decided to spend the night at her sister's house and left her own home nlmtit 8 o'clock. At the corner of urnlinin nnd Montrose nvenueB she met Mrs. llrniinschwelger, whom she has known for stars Mrs llraiinschwelger had rooms at lKH Flushing avenue, but she was rather nn eccentric chnracttr. '.. "J'u" ,?,,,,"1 ""ft' fnr (hys at a time She did npt wnnt to go home last night, and flnnlly Mrs Ilorowlak gave her the kess to the flat and told her to stny there nil night. I have oftn done so before." said Mrs Ilorowlak to an "Kvenlncr Wnri.i" reporter thin morning, "nnd slie never did me any harm. It Is true she wns In an Insane nsslum for seven enrs, but she nlwass appeared to me to be harmless." GREEN'S B0DY NOT FOUND. Cnnfltptlnn; Ileports Ilrunrdliiir the Attempt to Ite-ac-iir- lllm. T body of young Ilichnrd T. Oreen, who wns drowned ester-day afternoon In the lower bay by the capsizing of the sloop Louise, has not yet lieen recover ed. It Is thought thnt the tide will wash It ashore between Kort Wndsworth and Jreit Kills, on the south side of Staten Island. 'Ihe names of the men from Hoffmnn Island who rescued (Jreon's two com panions. O'Conner and Htembush, but made It Is alleged little effort to save the boy, have not been learned At Quarantine, It Is said, that the reictiers assumed great risk In putting out In Buclt a small boat, and that ns tlrecn was too much exhausted to ones- their Instructions they are not to blame for his death, rireen, who wns sixteen yents old, was the son of Richard tl. Oreen, proprietor of the Karnham Hotel nt l.ravesend 1 leach . Yon Ilrnil The i:rnlnir World' Do You 11 end The Sunday World? OVERCOME BY GAS. Domestic) Christine pion Acci dentally Turned It (In. Christine Nelson, a domestic emplosed by A. J. Plerson, of U Second place, Hrooklsn. was overcome by Illuminating gas early this morning. She wns dls covered lust In time to save her life. The girl retired at 10 3D la3t night. It Is Hiipiwsed that she turned the gas off wid then on again At 1 10 this moin lng Miss Annie Prances Plerson, a diiiiclitir of Christines empliijcr, was awakened by groans, which came from the servant's mom Mrs Pleison was .Housed and upon entering the glrl'H , room found hei lying ncioss the bed I lueathliig heavily. 'Ihe room waa filled with jhh Mis Plerson opened the windows and then railed l)r Wallei Prlend of '1 Plrst plate who gave the tisti il remedies and saved tho girls life. WARNED BY HER DOG. Mrs. llnrel W iiUc'iied by llnruluir to I'inel tlte lloiiar on I'lrt. IIIM.SIiAI.i:, N J., April 30 The bark lug of her dog nt o o'clock this morning wirned the wife of Charles Hard, of Smltlttown, about two tulles from this place, tint the house lu which she and her thirteen- ear-old daughter were sleeping was on fire Mr Hard Ih n night watchman ln New i'ork, and was not at home Without wakening her child Mrs llnrd l.in to a neighbor's fur help When she isnl luck the roof of the bouse had fallen In She iiihIimI In and rescued her ilaurhter Just In time tu stve the latter from railing timbers The louse nnd outbuildings, Including n bennerv, lu which there were lifts fowls, were destroved The loss vus nbuiit J1.00J There wns no Insurance. ROBBIE'S BODY FOUND. I'uator (illlson's I.llllc Son Wns Drove lied In Hie Croluu Itlirr. CHOTON PA1.I.S, N V, April 30 - The bods of little Hobble C.lbson, the llve.)eai-old fon of Itev It P (llbstin, whs found this morning In the river a mile In low I'rolon Palls Unhide disappeared the afternoon of .April :l I'astoi (llbson's neighbors made nil active senri II for the missing I bo$ The tit hi indication that he hid i been iIiiiaiuiI was the lliidiug of his I nip llemtln,.; In the rive r The rlvi r was diaggid fcr -I'vcral divs lis mniicIiIiii- prtis The llnillng of the bolv to-dnv dls . pelbil the belief th it the los hud be. n I abducted He Is suiisid in line fallen Into the river nuidentalls TEN KILLEDBY A LANDSLIDE. V llllc of ('nitiiillnn 1irrltor Slips Into the lllve-r St. Vitlie. (II) AllK-l.ll.,1 I'll,! Ql'IJIlKO. April 9) -News has revelled hero from St Alban. situated nbout f 3rt miles west of here . th-it on Prlday a tremenduous landslide occurred at a waterfall, rising one hundred feet above tho river St. Anne. A piece of land a mile In length, with farm-houses and their contents, slid Into the rivr-bed, Ten persona lost their lYnn none! t(i Krrnlnqr World' ! J?ySu,,lcn,, Tu, Hunilny , Wariiir FORWARDING FIRM FAILS. Scandinavians and Pinlanders' Emigrant Oo.'b AEBignmont, Liabilities $40,000, Salel to lie Well Secured by tho Assets. The Scandinavians and Flnlandcrs' Em igrant Company (Limited), forwarders, with an olllco nt 24 State street, made on assignment to lyiwycr Arthur S. Lurli, of 120 Uroadway, to-day. The labilities are stld to be about JlO.tXW, which arc believed to be pretty well covered by tha assets. Assignee Lurla, who assumed charge of the ofllce this morning, was unable to give any definite statement of the Cumpnio's condition, but he feels nB suied that the emigrants, who nie the principal and preferred creditors, will be well taken care of. A fulling off of business tnitsed the failure. As there nro a large number of Im migrants on the way from Sweden and I Inland here, with whom the ofllce Is ynnsacting business, the nsslguee has eleclded to allow the business to con tinue lor a few days. The forwarding company has been do ng business for venrs, mid it has brnnch nlllccs In Stockholm, Sweden, i .I?.1' ! lnl,nd, and nlso a small branch '" hl-i tountry in MIcIiIkuh. The Company Is composed of a num. her of stockholders. The President nnd manager Is q. A. Oronlund, and the Se'cretnry C. A. Oronlund. Saturda) It wns decided to make an assignment, and the branch olllces were Immediately notified of their Inten- The nssetn rnn.l.t nt 1 riArt M ... .. j ne nBsets consist of J12.000 In cash In the hands or tho branch ofllce ln Stock &?,,i'i'..l"J ,;.n,ni rel1 "tato ln Wnssa, Mtiland. With some notes that may he turned Into mones', some merchan dise here nnd the foreign assets It Is expected that the Company will be able V,."Mr nt Icast 75 V cent- ot Its In debtedness. nJale 1umbeC. of emigrants hung about tho ofllce this morning, hut they were told that they would be taken care of and no demonstrations ensued. "FITZ'S" DIVORCE CASE. Objection to the Appro nl of the Heferrc's Itc-port. A motion to confirm Referee Henry E. How land's report in the suit of "Hob" ritzslmmons, tho middle-weight cham pion, against Louisa Fitzslmmons for an absolute divorce was made before Judge Ulldersleeve, In the Superior Court, this morning. I Thn fn..n.. ....... .. ..... .. ... ..it.- n.-,,irc nnnwH that tne fighter's wife was not guilty of the charges made by him. On the other hand. It wns proven that Fitzslmmons had violated i.i?iim.',rrl.n,se v2,ws ln New Orleans and Philadelphia. The leport recommends that J15 a week alimony nnd a divorce be granted to .Mrs Fitzslmmons. The custody of their four-yenr-old son is awarded t Mrs. Fitzulmmons, nnd she s also allowed to marry again, while he is bound to remain single. Prlend & House ohjected to the con firmation of the report on the ground thnt It was not In accordance with the weight of evidence. Judge Ulldersleeve reserved decision. ELOPED TWENTY YEARS AGO. Now Arrested for Keeping Ilia Coniimnlnn'si Jewelry. Justlco Goettlng, In the Lee Avenue Court, Wllllnmsburg, to-day held Charles J. Herman, a machinist, of H7 South Fourth street, on a charge of retaining 1400 worth of Jewelry belong ing to his common-law wife. The man was released later, however, as ex-Senn-tor McCarren, counsel for the woman, effected u compromise. . The plaintiff In tho case calls herself Julia Herman, and lives nt G60 First avenue. New York. She says she eloped with Herman twenty years ago, when they both lived In Germany. They were never mnrrled, as the wo man hnd n husband living In Austria, I ut they lived together until a few vveoks ago, when they had a quarrel. SAYS IT'SJNGRATITUDE. Mr. Norrls Allc-tcrn He time Mian Ilennett a Home Hewlett J. Norrls, nn aged and well known resident of Itlchmond Hill, Queens Counts', petitioned Justice Oaynor through counsel In the Supreme Court, Hrooklvn, thlH morning for nn order di recting Miss Sadie T. ilennett to furnish Mr Norrls with a bill of particulars In the suit for fc,on, which she hvs brought outlast hint .Miss Ilennett savs (hit Norrls owes her fiat amount for services during sev er il venrs ptst Mr Norrls s-)s he took Miss Ilennett Into his famllv Home yeirs ig) ind give her n home He thinks she Is ungrateful. Thev hive had a dlsagree ini nt, and now Miss Ilennett la salng for h-r claim. Julge tiavnor Intlinitel tint Miss Ilennett bid not untie a case. He took the papers BETRAYED BYHISFRIEND. Dnnb) I'tiriiUbrd K lilenee- In Mrs. lltrdsnH's Divorce Suit. Judge Osborne, of the City Court, Hrooklyn.thls morning, nfter listening to the evidence In the suit of Mrs Saiah II Hlrdsnll for an alwolute divorce from I her husbind. Thorn is Illrdnll, decided I to grant a decree I Th IllrdsilU were married at Hobo, ken In October. ISA' They hive no chlldicn. Mrs Hlrdall lives on Jeffer sou avenue, ltrioklvn Itobert J Donbs. a drummer, of Kver. son street, llroiklsn, a one-time friend of Illi.lsill, wns the principal wltncw this morning lie told about his visit to a dlaorderlv Inline w'th Hints ill lu January lust, and the women who were there. HIS WIFE JANAWAY. Wells Clets nil Orele-r to Serve llr b I'lililtcalloii. Judge Olldersleeve, In the Superior Court this moinlng, grant'd the applica tion of William Wells to serve a sum 1 11 ons by publication upon nietnnr 'Wells In nn nctluu for nbsolute divorce . 'Ihe wouplc were married Mas 31, 17 In September. 1S9I, she ran away and I went to M.nihester, Imglind, w hi re she I now Is Wells also ehuges her with i Intimacy v.lth a ltlthard Hart. sliot Ills Driinl.eti I'ntlirr. I (Hi V.aoi'lale.l 1'te.s ) ill linis. Mh ti .rll 1" J..N Seimnir of II rr elali aa ihol deail Ii) lila aim Kite ratiirdav nlulii Ite fa'her came hmie lntoxlrite.1 an I Uan anufttilnic Hie ftirnlliirv III. aUlern year ut I n trle.1 Iti peilfv tilti lit hla fafier aa l.itiiltrl blm anl Ittc Uty Iho' him I llrutnl lliiNlmnel Sent Avrny I AleianJer llotilnwn. tf til VVett Klsbly f ntrth 1 air el .a aenlenrej u tbe lalan4 fr three mnntha In orl.ellle I ovirt to-Oay Uia lfe Man hiir lie rame home itrimle jt night nnJ a.MUltril her vlth a tomala rn Tlia rasstl edict nf lha ran cut tr faco tialt "line Weirlil'it" Serf I ptoirn Ofllrr, "The World's" Uptown Olllce has moved Into Its new quarters at the Junction of Uroadway and Sixth ave enue, at Thirty-second street. There will be eight entrances, two on Drosal May, two on Sixth avenue and four on Tlilrty'tvecohiX ijrett. . . c , m .. i.fw . , a't'J.T'Hv'"! i.irtl.si'iiii i.iii I in nn i.iaasfiiaViali FOUNO POTS OF COINS Workmen in an Excavation Scramblo for Treasure. Said to Have Been Buried by a Miser a Century Ago. Dtsctn creel nt 1.10 Ccilnr Street bs Ilnlinii Laborers. Dealers In ancient coins are in a wild stnte of exclttment to-day because they are being visited by more than a score of Italians who have coins to sell dating back almost to the beginning of the t hristlan era. The Italians have several hund.ed of the coins, two potful, of which were found on Trlday in the ex cavation which Is being made for the ad dlton to the Hlectrlcal Kxchange Hulld ing et 139 Cedar street by Contractor John I'cttlt. mmmm WmMS THK NnilO-CAESAU COIN. So far the lowest price recorded ln the sale of one of the coins Is $5, and one coin, of the time of Nero-Caesar, A. D. 51 to GS, Is supposed to be worth several hundred dollars. The total value of the find will run Into the thousands of dol lars. At the beginning of the Revolutionary War, so a legend goes, a miser made his home In nn old frame house close to the site of the Electrical Exchange Building. He waa accredited with the possession of great wealth and a pas slon for possessing the most nnclent coins that money could buy. The old man was an ardent supporter of the Government, nnd attended the Inaugura tion of George Washington at what Is now Nassau and Wall (streets, only a short distance from the miser's home He had been ailing nnd In bed. The excitement and fatigue attendant upon the Inauguration ceremonies were too much for him. and a short time after wards the old man died There was great surprise when search "Vs made for his wealth and it could not be found. That he had hidden trens ure Ills relatives and people In the neighborhood did not doubt, but after weelca of digging and tearing down walls the search for the treasure was abandoned. i.ii. V i,u,w Relieved that the miser burled at least the ancient coin of the hoard ln the sands of the shore of the harbor, vvhle.li was onl ten feet below the present level of Cedar street. The Italians made their first find eight feet below the street level a year ago. Then they found a not of ancient coins, which they divided among themselves, keening .,..." ..itiuiiH wieuieives, Keeping the find a r-ecret from even their fore nian. It w is int until the second find Jc.',,nm:!'i.', !.un I'rhlay thnt the fact of the first find was nude known. lonv Cndmore, the foreman of the ex cavating gang, had his attention at- iiTLiVn e" ' rl,ft w,len the workmen rushed to ne point nnd sprnwllng ln the black mud engaged In a wild scramble K,,.nei ")n,?n,",uf "-ty hon pot about six inches In dlnmeter nnd eight inches deep. He eitiltkly Joined his men, and an In stant later was a participant In the M,r'."!V'U.''.ufor " s,nKl rTbince showed him that the pot contained coins, which the men wesre hastily transferring to their pockets. Cadmore had arrived late, but was fortunate In securing tho brass coin of the time of Nero-faesai, which Is prob ably the- most valuuble of the find, and ii Spanish coin and nn Hngllsh coin, each over 160 enrs old. Not n single one of tho coins Is less than a century old. and quite a large number are sev eral centuries old ah the men were about to resume work Cadmoie spied another iron pot larger than the first and nbout eight Inches In dlamettr by ten Inches deep. He ran for It. while the workmen laughed, for It was empty. Hut on the sides nnd bottom were marks of the coins which hail lain In It for a century When the men were asked whether the second pot hnd been filled with money, thev only shrugged their ghoul dels and said In Italian what Cadmore thinks was "I,o,rr, seeker, llndtr, keen er There Is no doubt, however, that the second pot was nlso illlcd with coin. Huslness men In the neighborhood soon heard of the llnd, und all day they were dickering with the various workmen for the purchase of coins. Hut the Italians stenied to realize the valuo of the coins, nil of which wne silver, brusB and cop per, up gold being found, and they drove hard bargains onl Spanish and Ho man coins were in great demand, ana each man who secured ono paid ut least 5 for It Cadmore told an "Evening World" re porter that the men hnd shown him at least IjO coins, which wcie only n iwr tlon of those found In the pots, both of which, the had told blm, were tilled to the bilm. John I'cttlt. the contractor, who wns seen In Ida ofllce In the Ilennett Hulld Ing, which he owns has temporary chiiri-e of the Nero-Cae-sar coin for .".i.'k'h;. ,,e. ""hi. admore hnd refused Jltv Numismatists who have examined it. pioiiouined It of the Itomnn coin nge of A 1) t.l to 5S The loin la of bn ss and under u inlcioscope Ib seen the llgurc ot a be-i-utlful woman, half reclining on a stone couch, and hoMlim a start In hn iKbi hand. Around thr rim are Human letleis and hltroglviihics that were too much for .Mr Pettlt nun the repot let "You can't dig onywhere nround where the coins were found without find. Inr money." svld Mr I'ett't, who has erectel many buildings In the neighbor hood It Is innde ground, nnd mott of the monev wns dumped there from street BWeetdngH, "The Should. 1 Hotel, a frame build Ing, more limn a century old which we toro down to make room for the new addition, was pationlzed for ninny vcars by sailors. Of'en, n a drunken condi tion, they would drop niotey Into cracks In the wall, or throush the cracks In the bar-room floor, and almost every day tbe diggers have turned up coin. But If I had remembered the tn'o of the miser which I had often heard, I'd have done the dlgginu rpr the new addition my- Voo Read Tln EvrnlutT Worldl DfliYUU H nfcja, A i nil. . ttatLalH'tv VlaUiiail yLMiiOT To-morrow. BLACK DRESS GOODS. IMPORTED All Wool Crepons O yd. I8f h St., 19th St. and SiS$f h flue. (iSth St. Station Elevated Road.) H SEARCHED BOTH MEN. Donnelly and MoArdle Didn't Have "Gmib" This Time, Examination Into the Common Pleas Shooting Case. JIcArdle Accompanied to Court by n Bodyguard. When the case of Michael Donnelly, who attempted to shoot Patrick J. Mc Ardle In Part II. of the Court of Common Pleas Tuesday afternoon, was called be fore Justice Martin In the Tombs Court this forenoon. Lawyer W. F. Severance asked that the examination be held In ft private room. There was some time con sumed In looking up the law concerning the right of the defendant to a private examination, and Justice Martin finally decided that Donnelly was entiled to a private heating. Accordingly court ad journed to the room ln the rear of the large court-room. Donnelly arrived early with his bonds man, William Kelly and Lawyer Freder ick H. House, of his counsel. McArdle entered with two friends named Hart from Newburg. All three Btood at the rear of the court-room nnd vigorously chewed gum. It was evident that McArdle waa very nervous and he eyed Donnelly furtively while the question of a private exami nation was being dadoed. He edged back in the crowd when Donnelly was called to the bar, and when everybody went Into the back room he took the Messrs. Hart with him as a body-guard. Justice Martin, at the request of Lawyer House, ordered all the witnesses to leave the room. "I would ask Your Honor," continued Mr. House, "that the gentlemen with Mr. McArdle be required to leave the room They have no business here." "Vou will have to go out, gentlemen," said the Justice. "your Honor, I will not remain In the room with that man unless my friends are here," protested McArdle, all of a tremble. Mr. House Insisted, and the gentlemen from New burg were told to go. McArdle edged over to the door, and was about to go out when Justice Martin called to a court officer. "Search the defendant," he eatd, "and see If he has anv firearms about him." Donnelly smiled, and went out with the ofllcer to be searched. Mr. House then Insisted that McArdle be searched also, which was done. When ever body was satisfied that thete were no firearms In the party, the Court got down to business McArdle was first sworn. Assistant District-Attorney Townsend conducted the examination for the people. In answer to his questions. McArdl .laid he was In the Iron and metal busi ness ln Albany. He had known Don nelly for eighteen enrs. Then the wit ness recounted the circumstances at tending the shooting. The description wns given with a great deal of dodging about to Illustrate bow he avoided being hit by the bullets from Donnellj's pistol McArdle declared that he was as "cool as an Iceberg" nil the time. When Mr. House took up the cross examination he started out to haul McArdle over the coals. He made him admit that he had armed himself last Prlday on the advice of a friend. Air. l.oill, but that he gave the pistol to his nephew, James Hart, estetday after noon. Mr. House tried to gel McArdle to admit that Hart was armed with this Bnme pistol when the trio came to court this morning. Tho witness would not admit that he knew Hart had a pUtol ln his pocket. "Who was that big man with his mouth full of tobacco who stood with oti awhile ago," asked Mr. House. "That was a Plnkerton detective, hired by my secretary, Dav Id 11. I'reed man, to pioteot me." Mr. House then asked McArdle If he knew that his secretnry was under In dictment for grand larceny. Tho wit ness was surprised to hear this, but admitted that It did not shock him. A little further along Mr. McArdle said he knew one John Dovvd, who died In St. Joseph's Hospital in 1891. In fact, Dowd was his brother-in-law. "Do ou know that Just before he died he signed a confession In which he ac cused .vou ot setting fire to your place of business In Albany? McArdle's tlusned face paled, but he denied that he knew of any such con fession Mr. House tried to snow that McArdle was ln the habit of earning a pistol himself "Did ou ever go to Providence, It, I?" "Yes Slr I've been there twenty times." "Didn't ou once go gunning around the countr from Albany to this city anil from here to Providence after u man who ran away with your wife?" "No. sir. I never had any trouble with my wife." Two pistols were here produced. One wns that which Donnelly med ln thr court-room and the other one picked i"!1 P" 'he court-room floor, Just where McArdle e roue tied down under the table to uvold the fusillade from DonnelU's revolver .J'"..' House endeavored to show that McArdle was armed when he went Into the court-room on Tuemln This McArdle strenuously denied He would not swear, hovvver, that his uon Ste iphen was not nimed I McArdle swore that he had heard on several occasions that Donnelly had threatened to shoot him Prcedman and his son Hteve had heard Donnelly make these threat i. the wltneas snld. Law er House here brought out a dla gram of the court room Bhowlng the ar rangement of the tables and chairs. .i.McA.r'".e. w'nt .a" ov"" 'he story of the shooting again, and Lawyer House kept him In a state of nervous excite! ment by nourishing the empty revolver andg occasionally poking It at the wit- No Money Down J IK YOU 8ATISKV I'S 0 AltC THR I1I0IIT PARTV. """"Sh J. & S. BAUmANNS AMERICA'S GREATEST CREDIT HOUSE. s EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING. Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Lamps, Baby Carriages, Oilcloths, Stoves, a , Pictures, Clocks, Portieres, Crockery, Refrigerators and Tinware. M THOSE WHO CANNOT FAVOR IS WITH A CM.b CAN WRITE US CI' AN'Y mOPOStTIOV OF ,',H TERMS TIIKV WISH TU bLIIMlf, AM) WB WII.LGIVC THfc SAME OUR NtOMPT ATTENTION. .' IV 8th Ave,, Cor. 19th St., Notice to Our I'nlrnnsi Ue re Open friturilny Mghts Pntll IP O'clock. ( , -u W FiMT GLASS FURNlTUR;i NO BETTER ASSORTMENT ANYWHEREjr,. 1 IV CAKl'KTH, MATTINtlx, Itl'Ci-, I'l'HOI.sTniY, IIUIOA.I1UAC8. , SiK M VH.lt 1"1 HI JUti- FOli I! O USUKElirlAG. I If CASH NOT NECESSARY. I HENRY MANIMES SONS' II 429-431 Eighth Ave., bet. 31st and 3 2d Sta aa-MHN.t FOR OUIt I.1TT1.K niMIK ON HOlllMTHMNlllNfi.-ga Lflf 1m THE WORLD'S yTHE WORLD'S )l NEW A fX NEW A P I 01 TOWN h 1 DITOni II I l OFFICE.? I i OFFICE. W , 32d ST. yT v 32d ST. Jf m j Jr s4r K by nil that linel happened that he hadn't slept more than four hours Blnce the shootlnff. Justlc Martin brought out that Mc Ardle skpt lant nlKht In the same room with Ills son Steve nnd Jamce Hart nt the Vaneleibilt Hotel. Ho didn't remem ber, he "Milel, when he had last seen the Iilstol he had Klven to Hart In New burg ast nlpht. A little JOBKlnK refreshed his memory, however, and ne llnally remembered that he had seen It at breakfast this morning when Hart was seclntr If It worked properly. McArdle said ne was nfrild to po to the barber shop this mornliiK and wanted a birber to go to the hotel. Finally he agreed to go across the street to the bar ber shop, provided Hart, his son Steve and Freedman would stand guard out side This was done and McArdle got his shave without being shot by Donnelly. It was evident from the witness's state ments that he was, or assumed to be In mortal fear of Donnelly, who sat back In his chair and sneered at his former partner. , When McArdle was told he could go he slid out of the witness chair and got to the door with laughable celerity. He forgot his hat ln his hurry, and went In timidly a minute later after It. Donnelly seemed to enjoy McArdle's discomfiture, and grinned as the latter sneaked out ot the door again. After City Surveyor F. D. Towle had testified to having made the diagram of the court-room, court adjourned until 10 o'clock to-morrow forenoon. POLICE CAPTAINS UNEASY. To De Pat on the nark for Tolerat ing Sunelny Saloon. The twenty-two police captains ln Brooklyn are experiencing considerable anxiety over the report this morning that the Temperance League, which has been fighting for the enforcement of the Excise laws, would In future call upon the Grand Jury to Indict the police of ficials who fail to close the open saloons In their precincts on Sundays. Considerable uneasiness was also caused by the declaration of the League that Hev. Dr. Charles H. I'arlthtirst will be asked to organize a branch of his snrlptv In llrnnklvn nis society in nrooKijn I.awcr George 1 Klllot to day ver ified the report that an attempt will be made to establish a branch of Ur Park hurst's society ln Ilrookbn. He also stated that the movement against po lice captains w ho tolerated Sunday sa loons will be commenced at once. SALOON-KEEPERS DISGUSTED I'lntlnmli I.liiuiir Di-itle-rn llnn't I.Ike Atinexiitloit 1'rosiiectn. A large number of disgusted saloon keepers from riHtbush crowded Into the Hrookljn Hxclse Ofllce this morning to ask for the renevvval of their licenses when the town becomes part of Brook lyn They were told that they would have to uppl for new licenses and protests of residents In the leln!t of their places would have to be heard before the appli cations would be acted upon Many residents of riatliush hope that the number of snloons In the town will be reduced to nbout one-half when the town Is annexed to the city. HOFFMAN ANNEXN0 LONGER. Albemnrle Hotel Clei.ed, ns Stoke' I.fiihi. Hum Ilxnlreel. Th Albemarle Hotel will close Its doors to-day. The hotel has been run under lease by Hdwnrd S. Stokes for the last ear as an annex to the Hoffman House, His lease has expired. All the furniture and fixtures In the hotel will be sold at public auction nt once. During the Hummer the owner, Mr Flank Kinney, nf Kinney Dros , ciga rette manufacturers, will have the wholo building overhauled. It will open again f . MAY REMOVE THE BLOCKS. Oo eminent InHiu-ctnr t'lnrlc Sni The) Are DiinceroiiN. J J. Clark, special building Inspector from the Supervising Architect's Oince at Washington, wns In the Custom izing to-day and went all through the building, examining the granite blocks ?.ne ,"f .V.1,,rh fel1 ,ho ""T dav Mr .,larlc V,' 1l,'n,l two ,lnv In examining the building, oiid will prolmblj recom hTJi1! 'i1.'!," ,hl M",cks bc removed. Th f-ll nX llmc.arC Ull"ReroU8 "J y Ilouml About Timvii. Flr hlch brola njl ahnrllv aflar mMnlahl In fATlyiwr & lloihrnburr Mrnl.hlns- Ko la "tore it Kiwi" "U """' a"1 ""' "Mn"lt """ JulH Klrat, forly Ih. yrara oil ot 110 Eaat nixbly-Bnt ureel. f,l Into an open nil abjli nror her bimo Ihl. morning ana fml S Mim Injurlea Sh. waa lalirn to her hotne John Turnar, a clerk, of 5 HUIn.ton alil waa remoi trom liowfrr ar.d (IrJat JonU .t?J.. to ll.ll.ru. HoaolUI rlr thl. S5rni;rtf.ri?i Jliewalk "1 "g r"lTea "' """"-! ..'V.l ?; S4, "'"i' ratmUr ot th. Cub. .nil Norfolk Mill gteiraahlp Company, who li i.iSS m with utuw. diM?w .t hii' r7.ia;,,,755 Madlaoa n.oua. la mtli, ..,U,' u.tlr' But (Hat kopw art .ottrum.d of hla rcet.rV, ... ) i ')' !..., -Jf JYl?5tA?,tHgutnlisaMprrr (j ,H niitl; ESCAPED FROM COURT I i .-- H Chin Sing Walks Out of Fart L, H General Sessions, Unnoticed. EM On Trial for Trying to Kill Ah Poy fl in Chinatown. tM Recaptured While on Ills Way to WL Ills Home. Jm Chin Bir.fr, a Chinaman, charged with H an attempt to kill Ah Poy, ln a row la H Doyers street last Monday night, . walked out ot Part I , General Sessions, fHH this morning unmolested, but within JH three minutes the court olllcers almost tH had a fit and were running all over tha "mB building searching for him only to leara H at last that he had escaped. H Sing was a prisoner without ball. Ha JLH waa called to the bar by Clerk Hall. Wmmwi Lawyer Ambrose II. I'urdy represented' VSHI him, and an Interpreter was present. LLB Slug is said to be one of the shrewd fl est Chinamen that has ever appeared in court, and he listened Intently to HH everj thing that was said. KB When asked to plead to an Indictment w charging him with attempting to kill La. Ah Poy with a knife, he said "Not Ufl guilty." 'AH Cl-rk Hall waved his hand, but th BTM court olTlcera were watching the inter- H S prefer, whom they believed to be the 1ft -, prisoner. Ig' A Chin Sing glided up the aisle, turned iVi'fl at the gate and, noticing that he was not "K'fH observed, eiulttlj and quickly left tho court-room. An "Evening World" re- fl porter saw him escape and Immediately ,U notllled Mr. I'urdy. , HI In nn Instant there was the greatest ttHH confusion. The court olllcers who did LBH not know of the escape and who would 'iHal not listen to a statement of the fact. 'H shouted and pounded for order, and SH even .ludf.e Cowlng's gavel was brought Mm Into play. Hfli Mr. I'urdy ran Into the hallway and uMH called on the corridor ottlcer.s to chase MHHI the Chinaman. Upstairs nnd down- stairs the.v ran, und some went Into mmmu Chainbcrs und Centre streets bareheaded .VHI and run hither unci thither In a frantlo kSaBI search for the fugitive. As u conse- eiuencc Chambers street, which Is always ihrongd with men and vvomn during court nours, was the scene of the wildest Hj excitement. WE Hut Chin Sing, wltn only three minutes' ) advantage, hid utilized his time well and . H- had dlsippcared. m Policemen were promptly Bent to China- mm toven to appiehnd him If he should re- turn to his old hiunts. mw Within ttftocn minutes after his escape JH Sing uas ngaln In custody. When Sing: HI reached Chambers street he went to laM Uroadway. mil mingling with the crowd, uM resiched the i'ost-OHIce He crossed to IB Park Itow and then sauntered along un- Hi til he reached Chntham Square. H Meanvhlle Deputy Sheriff Dalrympla HI nnd two reporters had started for China- HI town. Thev had Just reached Dover- HI Btreet when Dairjmple saw Sing goliu HI across the. square L "Thcie he Is1" cried Dulrymple. H Sin heard the remark and ran to- HI wards the llonery. lie boarded a cable- HI car nnd his capture was easily effected. HI llefrre a word was spoken by the Deo- AH j utv Sheriff. Sing cried out: Hj) '.Me no In court. Me no In court." Hi He mibmltted to arrest and was taken HI back to Part I, where Judge Cowing Hi attain committed him to the Tombs for HI tl Inl. wm After the capture. Mr. Purdy endeav- ored to explain Sing's action. BBj "lou see," ho snld, "I was asked br PS a his friends this morning to appear for llfl him, and while tnlklng with him In the JrJwri pen 1 told him through tho Interpieter HT 1 that I would not appear unless I re- IB eelved a retainer, and to send for It IB Immediately. While pleading I repeated IV my request, and tho Interpreter told him AC tu go Immcillulely for the money. It IB was prohnble- this statement and the I'M motion of the clerk which caused Sinn; HB to walk out of court." Hi i . , Ion Henel Thr Iventntc World I AH no luu I tend Tlic Sunilnr WorldT t" " " 1B Too Big to Mlii. The cnormom dicuUtlon of Tho World ta- iureiiucces to ft dertlMr(. H you rain need, o( a sood t Ifuatlonhrou can promptly bo-rt I one "down wltk n Wnrfd tend." 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