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I EXTRA. fie Wm$ ftt. EXTRA ! ?VJ emulation tivoxsOnen to Jill b4V 1VV $ j l PHICKOKIS CE1MT. - YORK,' FKIHAY, MAY II, mil. " "" " PKJCKOINK CEJNT. YNellieBly and John ji EXTRA. I SPELMAN A SUICIDE. L Killed Himself bj Inhaling Gas V Through a Tube. Found Dead in Bed in a Room at the B Hotel Albert. fm Despondent noonuse or nil Unsurccss- f"l Ilnslness Venture. W. C. Bpelman, nn advertising can- vnsscr for the TctlIo Directory of the UnlteJ States and Uunidn, 220 Urond- I way, ai found eiead In bed in n tootn at the Hotel Albert, eleventh stteet and University place, this morning In II his mouth wiih ii leee of rubber tub M lug extending to the gas jet The gas W was turned on full foiee, showing tluu Fi the man had deliberately c.ommlttul J iulclde In u most Ingcnlouu fahlon " w?" "' first thought that the suicide m was . c. byelm.ni of the bit,- II: m of Hi Bpelman Hros , isi liroidway, who lle If at 121 Willow stuet. IlrnoMyn It was 9 Is In I'hlHdilphlu, and all doubt v a-. , removed when his nephew went to the hotel with un ' Uventmr Wnrl 1 ' im porter and st-ited positively the man was not his uncle Th Identllleatlon wis mule podttve during the afternoon, when a hi uhe-r-In-law of (.' Spelman, the c-im ii-s r. and H 11. Ilibcock. his cmplnvrr, viewed the bod Spelman wmh about llftv y ars old He had been at Albtn, .unl It Is pup poeril ho returned last night Me ul-Is. tered at the hotel (luring the ev tiling and was given Jtoom id on the si 'ond floor. watchman fundi drier cu tie odor of cbeaplng gis thli ninnilng and Bpelman s room was brokm liio 'I -e tube through which he bad Inhibd kk won still In his month, ind It was at - f parent that hn had taken It wi' i him ti J1?.1;. room last nli;ht for the purpose of killing himself. It Is Btated that Spelman's homo life was happy. He and his w.fr an 1 tvo i daughters formerly UveJ nt the Allen 1 House .1501 Broadway, but a mi nth ago I Mrs. Spelman went to live with her mother In New Jersey, nnd the dnugh H ters, nged fifteen and heventeen years re m epectlvely. were placed in a pilvate school. The family. It Is sjfd, orlg- inally came from llirtford, Co m Spelman was formerly a pirttier In the I firm for which he vvns working He s 1 1 out twelve jears ui;o, at which time he was supposed to be wealth), and bongnt p patents on a door mit, which did not turn out to be profitable. This sot him II Into financial difficulty, and four months I ago he was emplojed b Mr Balaock 1 It Is reported that about a "etr ago he drew $100,000 from a lottery, but lost It I all. BIHR HANGS HIMSELF. JL Commit Suicide In View of Ills FIveYt-eir-Olel Sun, fl Chrl'tophcr Illhr, a German, proprietor B ot a delicatessen store at 2)06 1-2 Flint j avenue, committed suicide by tinning g& himself In his bedroom at i) o'rlo k this 9 Wk morning. Ililir had been In pm health iMk for some time. He was attended , v I)r ! DUIhoeur, of 1C3 Uast One Hundred and 'I Sixteenth street, bJt stendllv Kri w wursi I H anJ despaired of ever netting well H During the last few dns ltlhr had ! been more depressed than ever. This ' ' morning after arising he acted In u K strange manner, and his wife, hr-com- 1 M las alarmed, went out for the doctor 1 On her way she met her brother-in-law, LJ Julius Bllir. She told him to hurry to H the house and stay there v-ith her hus- H band until she returned with the doctor H Julius went to his brother'h house and found him hanging from the transom of the door leading Into his bdruom, Within a few feet of where lllhr was hanging lay his !lve- ear-old bo In bed awake The boy said thnt his father , hanged himself a soon as hl3 mother I had left the hou e. J Ulhr was dead when found, but his M body was still warm. Policeman Ileac'i, of the Hast One Hundred and Tnent- ilxth station, who was called In, cut the body down and notified the t'oronei. I SAT DOWN I T0STRANGLE. j Carpenter Helilrlck IIiiiikn lllmelf It In H Law relliir. B Adolph Ileldrlck was found dead In HI the cellar of the tenement-house In the near of 607 Hast Ninth street nt 7 30 J o'clock this morning. Ho had committed jH iulclde by hanging himself with a rope JBk The body wis found In a sitting position Tfclby Mrs. Catherine Walzel, who occupies HJLthe apartments overheard The rellir Hfwas so low that he h-id to sit down to I effect his purpose. Death resulted fiom M slow strangulation. HI Heldnck was forty-three yeirs old nnd fa carpenter by tinde. Up to a week ago i lived with his wife and famll uf . l"row"1-Ufi children nt ISC Hast Second I HJetreet. There, It is said, he had a ouar- Hrel and left home. 1 H. He spent Saturday nnd Sunday with a L ll,i?n.elor' named Joseph Cobler, In rooms JjaJolnlng those of Mrs. Walzel. Monday I m2rn,nK Cobler left the house earl), nnl E not return unUl evening. Heldrlck I J?'11 not appear that morning und his horn1 tnouht he had returned to his HJJelc,r,ck wns not toen "gain until his VBrSi was found this morning. He had Mvldentlv been dead for several davs. 1 M.cfmanJ:haTiea Smith, of the llnlon JS'r,, i "laHon. cut down the body and fan! Coroner and the dead man's I FOUND DEAD IN BED. iBOUeb Prltacb Asibxlntea In n MV l'rt Ilnmllton Hotel. AT t.A mn ',e"evetl from papers found on Mf '", Eron to be Gottlieb Frltsch. forty f Teari old, of t Avenue C, New York, Mf " ound dead n bed late yesterday B MUrnoon, at the Brooklyn Hotel, Fort 1Biif,SJtoii. He'had been asphyxiated g-Jt-wblch wa turned on In his P;TM man was found fully dressi.il K Wjpsjr On tho bed. Bfflf,'f,fnuII ' was a cook at the 1VK!' Homo, Fort Hamilton. He HE'Sl n iOut of work for soma time, HMEJ tbouht-ho grow despondent HB'tSt1 ? W? ru with suicidal In- ''Miterr3..La. R , BELIEVE SHE IS II SUICIDE. Williamsburg Police Looking for Mrs. Kate 0. Bradford. Financial Troubles Muy Ilnve In duced Her to Knd Life. The police of the Clymer street sta tion, Williamsburg, are searching for .Mrs. Kate C. Ilradford, of ti Hedford avenue, Williamsburg, who disappeared from hir home early jp.sterday. She left behind a letter addressed to her husband, Charles Bradford, stating that he Intended to tommlt suicide. Lawyer 1'eter B. Mahoney, who went to the Clvmer street station and re ported tho dUappearnnc of tho woman, described her as thirty-five cnrs old, and as wearing a black dress, black waist, with blue spots, nnd a black hat trimmed with pink. It Is said tint Mrs. Bradford, who Is lulte n-omlnent In Willi imsburg so cltl clrrles, has ben cashli.g certlll rults for sehnol teachers at n discount, and in oidtr to carry on the business Ins bonoweil laige sums of money fiom various peoide. It Is said that the money received from the i ertlll cates was wasted In speculation, and as her el vlltors pressed ner she de cide 1 to make awav with herself On Tuesday night, her hunband and lawjer Milionev both reciived letters fr in htr In which che annuuiiced her Intention of drowning herself. Livvver Mahoney refuse I to illscuss the case with an "livening World" reporter to-dav, on the groun 1 thnt whvt he knew he had learnel iirofeslonally. He ill, however "I billeve this woman has cjmmlttel suicide " Among tho worn in's creditors are John Probst, wholes il b.iKer at 99 Heyvv-inl st-tet, Alfred f Siptlus, oil dealt r, 114 llrovd street. New lork. J, Curlier, llllam M Maguler and a maiden Mster of llllini N l.ock. Mr. Sqiiites admit ted that Mis lltalford owed him money. He refuse I to my how much Mr l'robst said that he had cashed minv chirk" lot the woman and . teemed hoi hlrhlv. On seveial occa sions the rhorks Mie bail given him had been from SI if) to J.' 000 each, and all h i 1 ben honoied Mr l'robst milled that he did not consider tint Mrs Brad ford owid him an) money, and knowing he- sickly condlton when he heard of her dl-appeniance be nude up his mind thit financial troubbs had driven her Insane. Mr. l'robrt declared thnt It was a pity such a hnppv family as the Brad foids should be broken up SPRANG FROM A WINDOW. sirs. Ilutler Ksciiprd from Her IIiinIiiukI, Probably tu Dip. YONKHBR. N. Y., May ll.-Mrs. .Mar garet Butler, of Centre street, this cltv, Is ljlng nt the point of death in .St. John's HoKpltnl from Injuries received early this moiulng caused from jumping Into the street from a second-story win dow of her house. Her husband returned home Intoxi cated at 3 o'clock, nnd threatened to shoot hr The woman fearing that Butler would carry out his threat, ran to the window and sprang out. She sustained Internal Injuries from which she died. Butler was arrested nnd this morning he was remanded for further examina tion by City Judge Donoghue. JUMPED OUT THE WINDOW. Intoxicated Merimit (ilrl Ileeelies Fntlll InJurloN. WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., May 11. Kllen Morris, a middle-aged woman, em ployed as a servant by H. T. Hopkins, on Hamilton avenue, is dvlng from In ternal Injuries received by jumping from a third-story window of the house last night. Bllen returned home lnte In the even ing Intoxicated. She became disorderly, nnd Mr. Hopkins locked her In her room. She raised the window and sprang out, landing on her head. FOR SHOOTING HIMSELF. Wnril Accused of Attempted Suicide nnil I'rtty I.ureeny. Abraham L. Ward, of Wyona nnd At lantic avenues, Brooklyn, was this morning arraigned In the Gates Avenue I'ollce Court, charged with attempting suicide and also with potty larceny. On Apill 15 Ward was arrested foi lnr ceiis on the complaint of O. A Somers, a neighbor He was locked up In the Liberty avenue stat'on That night he shot himself In the head. He was tnken to St. Mary's Hospital, and was not able to be taken to court until this morning In default of ball, he was sent to Jail to await trial. DID NOT COMMIT SUICIDE. Heart Disease Sold to Have Cniised Ll'VllM Slllitll'N Deutb. OBANCii:, N. J May 11. County I'hyslclan Wrtghtson imsltlvely de claied lo-dav that Street t.'ommlssloner Lewis Smith did not commit suicide, but died of heart disease Mr Smith was taken sudenly 111 yesterday In his ofllce and died soon afterwards at his home, where he was taken The fact tint Commissioner Smith had not paid twenty-six laborers, whose wagis amounted to $1M, caused a re port to be Irtulated that he had taken a dose of polbim to kill himself. The monev had been paid to his order b the city. Hat I'olson Killed Her. Mr Kji J'hlllli.i of :-1 lllub Krret Prook l)n lto at tempt el iuIcIJl1 on Ma) 4 l) taking a iiuantlt) of rat pa'-ai, d!l at ttie llomoeiiutlac Hovtiul ttili mnrnlnr Abe had tea iuffrlnc from ntnnm prottrallcn Boil round In llnrlrm lllver. The IkxIv ot Wlllllll ttdml prarrntly a tomrlfvn latorrr i. tcunl In tli? Ilirlrm nivr-r unJer ih MaJIron A'nu( IlrMKtt (til. nornlnc ami takfn to itin llarlrni ."'orniif Hi I kIi Mr no , markt ot rlul.u nn hi I WUnll lrin la tb water for auoui ten tUys Just nn .Much lllllrreure lu W tultastlit'rels In the mores tlutMll llusn, hex what HAi.Kt.TT, t'AiuiAiir t t'u N. II i-onifr Canal at, nnd llroudnuy, enu do ut that figure. .' Yon RenA The Eirnlnyr World I Do You Head The Suudiiy World? aiiBSSSSSSSSSt4fciJ(SffiBtti BOOTY IN THE ROOMS. Detectivos Fiud Plunder and Ar rest Two Alleged Burglars. It Is Thought They Had Robbed South Orango Homes. Tliey Wero Seen (Iiilup; to How cry Pawn bhops. Detectlve-Sergts. Heap nnd Clark, of lnsjiector McLaughlln'B staff, this morn ing bagged two notorious burglns In a tenement house at 145 Allen street. Both are cx-convlcts They gave their names as l'eter Shoeffer, alias Johnson, nged twemv-four, and Tied Cain, alias Lib erty, aged twenty-thrcv Kate Cain, who was alo found In the house, claimed to be the wife of the last named man, and was also at rested All three were remanded for exnmlnntlon by Justice Koch, In the Bssex Market Police Court, this afternoon In the rooms occupied by the trio a large quantity of booty was found nnd taken to Police Headhunt ters. Among other things, there wciu three silver coffee spoons, a pall of siimir tongs marked "K, S ," a silver knife and fork marked "S. J. K.," a silver soup ladle marked "It ," a nnpkln ring marked "Arvlne" and a quantity of pocke..ooks nnd opera glasses bearing monograms und a large quantity of expinslve cloth ing Inspector Mcl.oughlln suspects that a portiun of the sliver was stolen from ilwellng-houses in South Orange, N. J , where a laige number of midnight bur glaries have been perpetrated during the last two works Among utber citizens who have suf fered by these midnight raids wcie .limes McMorrow, Philip II Campbdl, Louis Both und B 11 Hnvder. Several davs ago Detectlvrs Brap and Clark noticed the men going from piwn sliop to pawnshop on the Bovver). The) seemed to know the ditectlvcs and tried to avoid them The olllcers at the same time observed that the nun were kusplclous that they were being watched, and kept out of sight until yesterday. During the forenoon the olllcers saw Sehaeffer and Cain come out of a pawn shop. The detectives followed and made the arrest. The detectives say they believe that that the men have committed nt least fifty robberies during the last few weeks. LAWYER ACCUSES SERGEANT llollon Hull Siijk He Who lll-Trenl-eil nt the t rnreli street Stiillon A communication was received by President .Martin, of the Police Com missioners, this afternoon, signed bj Bolton Hall, a lawyer, of 111 Broadway, stating that he had been abused nnd Indecently treated by a sergeant of the Cl.ureh street station-house, on the 'veiling of May 7. Mr. Hall declared that lu passing the station-house he saw a vender's push cart turned upside down on the side walk, ami bnnanus and fruit scattered about II e entered the station-house and asked the sergeant at the desk If tie knew that the cart was there, and If It was customary to destroy priso ners' property In that manner Mr Hall declares that the sergennt useil abusive and Indecent language, nnd finally called an ottlcer, who ejected him Next day, he says, he tried to ascertain the name of the sergeant, but the information was refused The letter concluded bv stating that the writer proposed to bring a suit for damages, and requentod that the Com missioners take cognl7ance of the case and have the sergeant arraigned for trlil. The matter was referred to the Su perintendent for Investigation. HARRISON QUIET AND ALONE. He Is HnjioInK Bin YIhII, but o One Culled on Him To-l)u. Bx-Presldent Benjamin Harrlfcon, who has been a guest of the Klfth Avenue Hotel, fur the last four da)s, nppcarel to be In particular!) goud humor this morning Whether oi not Ibis wns due to tie cnrllal reception which he receive ji. terlav at the hinds if his fdlim-Bepub-Ileins cntild not be nscert line 1 The rx-Presldent niter He I tu-da) his stitiment tlut his prrsence here hid no pullllfi! sliiilllouKi He said tint his pr ft-sliml business woull detain nlm for i lew da)s longer, and that he e pedel to leave about Monday or Tues div ot next week He had no callers this morning LOST BOTH EYES AND A LEG. Contractor C'llHtiilomi Terilhl) In Jitn-il ill Pearl lllver, V J. HILLSDALi:, N J., May II -Jnmes Castalon i an Italian contractor, forl) flve )ears of age, who had both r)rs blown out and one leg torn off while blasting rorks ji-sterday at Pearl Itlver Is belag attended bv IJr St. John at his home In Woodcllffe Dr. St John says that as Cnstalona Is a man of strong phvsluuo there Is a chance of his recovery astalona was sitting un 'he rock when a d)nnmlte cartildge exploded prematurel) He was blown Into the air teveral feet Ire i' In Brief. A Irartlon rar Jumped the track near AiManl Pr last evrn re klMInx toe motonnan J rn VVtPh Hr, ileittrcirfd th Urise Ian emrrl by A i' Ablit.) pnl the two-alor) tartnr iriiplvl by lh S A Jacob. Mem lump Coin) an) In lhloie Man , lait rliht At rirovrr Hill O the Haie Inner) ot H s l.entiart tn'alll ilcntre)fel by l.re ete;r elai together with elicht mllllm etavi-H in alw k The- lots ! IH w) nub S) lV) Inneiranre An eiiiUilou of tea ocrurrtd at Vlemoln lulllery nt AiblBnd I'a yritrrda) nftem wn tnittntly kllllns Jarori Motley a miner llilnic hi I en l-alla lilt boly Ibrusn a eonildernble etuune and tadly manrlel The an waa lenltel bv i .hot that bid bein fired In a neUhbortni: Lremel J Walling fi u bier .enl 1'rentdnit ' lb" Mt S " nil Hank t lrin(Kt " x in eeih m ma fir eil , n ti a ethfua a ellltle.l ' lh hJU I nuliilllels III Ibe Tolrilo I' 1 T lephortf lUihuuat aa roin plciely elei.lr(nl ' Ore lit nlshi Sn-rjl if ti yonnr. laly eiailojw hid leir rirnw ei 'P1 . log Ucn't Iti-nlly liiiuvv Tlievstueof $10 till oj e nlial kind of a f-lllt IlAlkKTT, t'AMHAT'Oi ell l thai price, . K. corijar taual L atid llroadwsy, V BAD DAY FOR A GAME. Giants Liko Sunshino, but Ward Expects to Win. Washington Takes Plenty ol Prac tice for the Fray. .Small Crowd, Ovvlnjr, tu tlirt Thrcnt cnlng Weather. fpprlal lo Tho Feenlnc World ) POLO (IKOL'NDS, NKW VOllK, Muy II -A gray day anil n )ellow game Is an oh! baseball saw. The gray ilav was with us fust enough nnd the details of the game that follow will show whether or no It was of an ochre shade ("apt Wnnl tolel the writer thnt he didn't like these cloudy le ulen nf teruuuns, foi It Invariably makes the bo)s heavy and stenmlcss In their movements. "Illve us sunshine nnd plent) of It," said Capt. John, "and we'll get right III the game and stay there " The unluuily uniformed Washington got out Into the field earl) for practise, and the') frisked nbout the dlimnnil In a wav that showed they wanted ever sa much to whip off one game to their ci edit befoio they Journe)ed back to the Capital Ward and his fellow fllants hnd a line on them though and didn't propose tn let the Senators get awa with any more than the law the baseball law al low ed It was such eusy work for the fllants to polish off tin. visitors )(stcnla) that the local pla)crs had a whole lot of conllelence that to-day woulel onl) see a reptltlnn of the slaughter. That Is what the New York rnotcis looked for ami the Giants cannot win any to man) games to suit the talent just at this stngi of the senson. The nttenelniiie was small, Nixt week the Giants will have a hard nut to ciae-k when they tackle the Phil adclphUs lu Quakervllle, and victories now mean much to the juts of Manliat tanvllle. Ward decldeel to give Wesur velt a show at the Senators, and he also took Wilson from his neat on the bench und made him jilav hacksto. The teams weie thus usslgned: Waahtnpton New York. narTore! fa. Murphy, as Jojce 3b Ward 2b Dngdale e. Van Hallren, cf. Abbey, If Tlrrnan, rf. Millhan, !b. Uarli, :b Tebcan rf c onnor, lb Selbach rf Jlurko, If Orm right lb Wlli.on r Petty, ii VVestervell p Implre vir Hunt Mr Hurst was, as usual, several min utes liehlnd time, but after he flxeil his collar and necktie nicely, he trotteil Into the field, and In stoccnto tones, jrllid, "Play." The result of Hie frame Mill lie Kit en In the I!une!iiiH l?illtlon of "The KveuliiK World." BROOKLYN WANTS THE FUNDS A lei of Courtii to lie AnKeel Aunlnst (Irnt eHeml'M Town ClerU. Corjioratlon Counsel McDonald, of Brooklyn, to-day began work upon jiajiers In the projeosed atiillcatlon for a writ of manelamus to comiiel ex-Town Clerk Voorhees, of Gravesenel to turn over to the city of Hrookljll nlmt of town funds now In his jiosstsslon The money was dtrlved from the pale of common lunds. Brooklyn has already commenced bearing the expenses of the new wurd, and Mr, Voorhees's refusal to turn the nionty ovtr to the city has earned the authorities considerable nnnoyunce Mr Voorhees says he deslren the pro poseel action of the Brooklyn authorities lu onler to test the legality of the An nexation law. - Si w PROTECTED BY HIS DOG. Hlld to Luiiho the Cfinlne Before Arrentlnfr ItH MiiNter It Is the ojilnlon of the Liberty avenue station peillee, Brooklyn, tint David Dkkci's fox-terrkr has more sense than his master Dicker was found dead drunk at S ick uiHii stii'it nnd Lantern Parkwu) b) the Iolke vesterdn), but when the jeollee men of the jiati il wagin went to iirmt him the el eg made a ferielaijH rialstiuie.e i nil k" jit the jiopcemen back half an hour 1 inally one ofllcer lassneel the little canine with a jiiece of tope and tied him to a Jeost CAUGHT WITH STOLEN GOODS '1 lirr Mvn ArreNlril In llrooklt it l(h it llaitr uf iiliinlIi-K. The io11pp of the PHttmsh Tnclnct I.ruokl)!., ut .ui firl ho.ir tl.U murnltiK, irrf-Mfl thr'f mn as flinpUloiiK porsoiu The prlsonon Ai-re Hohert M fU. of ify rianklln Ftreet, John .Miinct'j an 1 Thomas rrumin, of KlatlaiMa Thoy ert cnrr Inj? u Iihk nlonn HoRprs n nu, tfi tht pnlUn ntnpiMHJ then Tht mk rontalrn'M n nnntlts of ycty re, chlni nnl cloth ing, Ahlch ft wih found hn 1 lieen stol n from Stephen flemscn's birn, at riu Ian l- 'I liriM IVrrsiuiw nt to PrlNiiii for - Ju Wo ntfcrrjlJ tn Part 1 Central tnignn to 'l.i j ftntenc 1 Kle Mullln Jumt Mullin b r hiiHVtnl anl Hobert Ur nil of 1 Mjnitnti st rt t to itu rr an 1 t f merit h t nrh 1 1 -taio fitevon for HtrilliiK 2 f rf tn Il-rrj Mjfii of It Howvr) On ttie ntj ht uf April 21 lot Katr Mullln took Miton l her hou? m la Mart m ttrfct Th-r ih latn hel blm bll tbo wv-inan took bin mono iiiitlur uhi of mnll-l'o. Mn Ann Klnnrrt) twi-ntr e en yar oM f 1S3 Writ nth I'rcrl I!riv)kln war tk i thtk laomtn-; ami m b bat m munc ' (i t thf rrr i r f f h th 1 an 'hi Mi f Ikii 'ti n! ! tn il 1 a l .n: ..ion. trr r.f dl O'' .. va hiiT uu, t B''i uf (hi .J rcBioii-t to Ibf hvfU'. ui. in bouft mum iiuarwnt .icJ WON'T V(U III! IT. Don't pay WHM .of Uo Double iironi (SulW when you cut! vet them nt 61 III to da nnrlio-inormvrat the Imilnti a. Iherpool, t$ una Btt Dovcry, coimr Ucsicrit. -- BEFORE THE STORM. 44 And when the breezes blow I generally go below." Sir Joseph Crokcr, K. C. B. nT'OOMLD MOT YET BEADY. Promises to Have His Opinion Beady for Sobieren To-Morrow. Kiieliip; Men Si'eliijr Ileioltniiilter lr Iiik About Ills C'lixe. Corjioratlon Counnel McDonald, of Urojkbn, announced this mornlni,' thnt his ojilnlon on the decision of the Gen eral Term of the t'ourt of Common I'lens relating to the les I'ool lavs, which In anxiously heliiK nwnlteel li HjiortltiK men I'l KIuk.h County, wouM not lie rcneleresl to Maor Schlertn until to-morrow morn ln Notwithstanding the ntutement made by Secretary Mclntjre jcKterdny that there' would he liettlnu at the truck, Junt as If Judtfe l'ryoi timer hud tendered a de-clslon In the ciHe, liiie conlldence wan not dhareil liy those horemen who were at the Hrooklyn Jockey Cluh ollice thin mnrnlntf The look to ("orjiorntlon f'ounsel McDonald'n ojilnlon most iint lously. If he ailUses Ma or .Schlcren to Interfere the) exjiect a lot of leiwl troulile b Ma) or Schlereti refuseH to ( xiiress hlini-elf tijion the Mihjee t until he re irliis Mr McUonalel'K aeUlce Ilookmnker "Hoh" I r I iik, whose milt aKiilnst lliitton lias i-auseil all tin trouljle, has hml talks with I'lilllli .1 Iium'i, Hum Stnili-ki I eiliel others i e' er inline- the )ltuittliiu I,eroy II Crane, Ir Inn's e enimii 1, balel this mornliiK that no imm hail been made ns )et to appeal the ease "I bellexe Mr IrlnK wns ieiiiested to be' at the ini'e Unit In I,aw)ei l.eiwrrs'ie dike M'Slerdii) afternoon" said lie, "nnd to haw me with him 'Unit wiih when the rnehiK olllclals hail n rnnfeteni with their counsel rcKurdlns the jiosl tlem of affaire I was nil formal! ln lteil anl 1 unde iHtiind Ir luu '111 not ku We are neit huntltin' foi them these die' s 'If the) wnnt ail) relief through Ket tlnn uu iii h1 In this i,u the) i,in e nme to this olllee If t lit v consldu the uie cell UKht wltliiiut l.- that Is their business The pe rseeiis who have bee n to nee Mr lrUw.- luiv be-en re fe rre'd to mi' One' tliltiK I- plain, lnw- IUT TllObe JeeckeeS I 'lull Illell lire III - KlnnlliK to realize- what fools th) were whin we wrut to thi in n nil bum- u chance to the in to tune this riiM e t llel In their fivor for n few bundled elolliirs They treated lis most dlfe-eiur-tioiislv then Now things line i h.iUKril." CHARLEY MITCHELL LOSES. .Indue' (JlllliTsle'iM Di'i'leli's III I'll ur nf Dlt'U .t ritrKi-rnlil. JllilKe (illde relli'M', of the Slierlor Court, to-day handeil down n elee son lefuslnw to unint l'uijlllst Clmrle) Mltc-liHll nn injunction restriilnltiK Dick & ntZKeruM, jiilbllshcrs, of Is Ann ctriel, from jiubllfhlni? u book alleil "Mltchell'H Art of iloxliiK. In I'rof Charley Mitchell " In hl cuiiijihilnt. the fonnei "boxliiK hnniilon uf KiiKlaihl" nllri'.-d that In a is not the autho" of the I ook, or an) nrt of It lii'iiideH the Injunction "Iltchell wniileel u Ji'ilnnient foi 1 W) lanuKi- bee uu e be h lid u contrail he iiml to Mipnl) inuterliil fot a book hud i"Pii caiictltcil on uieoiiul of the iiibll- atlon b) lilik A riti.k'i'nild II" il u Annled all the iroflln the jmbllshers ut secured from the sale of the book The ili'fendaiits elite reel the plea that they hail boUKht the litis for the book from Street A. Smith, of ;.V1I Lose' Irci't und that the hnd been elul) niirlKhli'el In the I ittti lurlK' till lirnlieie lenled the motion u tin rri'imd ih it the I nitd States irliiht irotertr 1 lib k & riUKi'iald a I no Injuncii in cul'l be obt tine' Ii st thetn until Mitchell In i'ie n lar i) bad the coji)rWht et asldo nd ele i land Inialld b) the jiroper uu hnrltlii1 "Htilnrr" ini Karim if'.'t). TAKIDTOWM, N V Mac 11 -Ilo.l Orar who aattisl out to rile from New York to tlaa fran- elaco oa & tlcjrcle, paaooit Ibrot-SB litre al 11 A M (Iray who In In kj1 rmtlltlnn r-toppwl limit inouixli In Ttrrnuwii in make $;i ly Iilm k tnji liotii I If ki rfiiluil bv a Uk (riiwl NEW STRONG MAN IN"T0WN. Hltr. IIiiuiuIiii Thinks lie- Cnn )lnL.c II iilioi) uf S4lllllloi. A new strnnir man Is In town, and JudgliiK from ilescrlptlons of Ida mus culir deielojitnents, Sinduw, Sampson nnil other iidcptH in the nrt of llfllnjr teams of horses, grand plano'i und other delicate objects are not 111 IiIh clous, The new-coiner is an Italian, und nrrlied In this cnuntrv three di)s UK". He Is u pupil of l'rof Attllu, und Is under the en tfuKement of that Kentleman Thin HerculeH is known ns Romulus, thoiiKh It Is not known thnt he Is a de Hcenlint of thnt gentlumm who U said to hnvi' fnuneli-il ltojne I'rof Attila wants to mutch Itomiiliis nirulust San daw He thinkrt the Italian can make a show of the' Oermnn Homulus Is said lu be utile tu to) with I')-oiiiiiI ui'IkIKh ns u JiiKKler would with rubber balls He ilKlteel Arthur I,umle)'H ofllce this afternoon While there h stripped, and I.umlev describes Ills de lelopinint n marvellous Homulus Is twentv. four )ears of ape, 1m ah nit 5 feet 7, and weighs lfo jioumls He was a llutenunt In the Italian army, and talks in tile laiiKUaKes TO SHOOT IN CHICAGO. Mime), Miirfe) mid Other ('ruck fter W I'strrli I'rlves. A jnrty of crack shots from the Hast will leave New Yolk for Clucas'ii next .Monday nftemoon to take jmrt In th' trap-shootlnK tournaimnt to be iilien In Chlcni.'o on Mil) 1", IS and 10, unde r the uusplces of the I'mltle tliin Club In the jiart) will be Jacob Ilenlz, New Veirk, W M Thomas llrleK'i jurt, Conn , T W. Morfev. ratersein, N .1 , Noel i: Mono, Otiklind, N J.J A II. Dn ss, i. New York, Willi un Uoilstcncrnft li iint)lia nlu, Mr nn D)ke, New York, and II. A. Penrose, of New London C inn Anionu the rontiwtana will iNn be n limit' deli-K itlon from l'ltf-hiiiK eon Hlstliu; of the Ling hiulhcrs ienn, rha)ner Pi Ills nnd CrnriT I'lifre will nisi be re prese ntatl''s from 1 iwa Ne braska nil Kiinsui- Th" prize's v 111 illinium t" i"vi Aiuoiik the eelellls will be til" c enti si fur the Amirlein iliamilonshlp at turret and tile ltl)lless n elf "Tile' J.Hke Slleet 1.1 ev lie il rie.ld Clip" '1 In sllnotlllfc W 11! be at Hie birds and Inanimate tarmtb. BICYCLE NOTES. lnvrU tri"kii ar-r UU r I utlt in ib.ut thlrtr rltltR I, A U affln 'm lo r -n r p.aft-jtU ju t at t r.-!- l-jut all lb Jta'-lnx ItmrJ ia dun FYel Tttm tbc Ithfrrllf rra k taa t,anr to Mi. ft. ... I.. I'.Tn Hi II Jo Ma frit m Irx at Af.lHiry Park May SO Tht ltlrai!e Uhfilmin lll kIt a dinner Muy IS tu ftlttart tb arrntb ancUtTfirr of tb rliih A whfl ronri-rn of thl rlljr I wW to b aHItn an anrjKt it ttn rra blnra a ilay ttt u rrol't uf Kbukt t 0 itr machlnp . About alt runlrifl ry llaia are vw IM tu rom prtf in tr. 'lunlo run if lb ." Jtry . rltt.-l t y II Hi. klubN Junr 21 fbc Onttiwlrh whtflmfD et to br 111 r!ly ;rprirntnl In tbt Irunvin Mllbura raJ ra t The pyilUta f lb ri-ntUth rl ot Hr.tj.ik l)n jrr in arlni! fir a tnmllf aM t tn m I n iMp rxw oiie tlm during (bf prfiit tn mth Hilly Munh 1M An bta tralnlniE fur ihr lr liifcinu Mllburn n U r c ti iht uur He will U-rln reit itk Tba Ill.crnUto j(flm'i) bavt a pur of il.uk h ir(a urmer mtrr fur ibi frinitUn M.ltMtrn r jJ n Si uim 4ri ,o '" I""1 ' hanJi Plr tti- lo tin rk Tr tnmi'trni f t . II n tiff men u ncarHti tt. nf hu (' m k Tb iiiii U buatliiikt III tb lntrt nf Hi i o-mtri ti tt hM Spt IS 9V(I AMI tftfA hi ITS AT 810. If )ou niit a lianUome Milt in (Jiolot or faMimero, eh to the London A. Uirpogl, WI ttd ttb Huitcx, vomer Ik tor at. MDTTWDULD NOTPROSEGUTE Had a Quarrel with Witness Giles Wannamaker. As n Kennlt Mrs. Thonm, tho Accused Missionary, Got OfT. Assistant United States Dlstrlct-At- torney Mott and Uejiuty Collector of ' Internal Ileienue Ollua Wannamaker, I of the Third New York District, had u llvel) quarrel In Pnlted States Cora- mlssloner Shlelds'H ollice thlB afternoon, I .Mrs Prances S. J, ThomH, the Chinese mlssionnry wim belni; tried before th Commissioner on a charge of perjury In connection with the application of llonj; Poo for a certificate of regUtra- tlon MrH Thorns In lelentlf) Iiik HonK Poo hnd slb'luil tin ufllduvlt which the tioiernmient claluiHil waH fnlse The first wltneiiH was Deputy Col le'ctor titles Wannainaker He said that before slunlnK the utllelavlt Mrs. Thonm mule' u stnlement to him that she had known llonir Poo about twenty-two months In New York and huel known ' of him about three months by corre- hpondi ue h while he Hied In fort Itobln- Hon, Nib Tn this statement the De puty Collector swore her She did not take the oath on the Bible, nor could he remember that she had raised her I hand Subseeiuently Wannamaker fllleil out the nftlilu It, which set forth tliut Mm Thorns kt en ot her uwn knowleeltre and i belief that HonK Poo had llieel In the I nlte-el States since May 5, 1S92 Mrs. Thorns sinned the iiftliUMt without reud Iuk It " h dll )ou seur her tn one thlni? an! then fill uji the aftl lavlt with s ime- thliiK e ntlrel) dlfft-rent' ' uskel Mr Mott. "I did no Hiieh thlnK sir, and )ou can't slow tint 1 .11 1 " Mr Mitt muttered " miethlnj: nbout proeiiitlri-! dejiut) lullecteirn fur fiilure to iinierl) atli-ud to their bujlnesa "You c'an ptoe ute nie- lust as siun as )ou Ki't ri'iid)." ixe'laiinid Wnnna iiinl.fr "and we will se" who comes out elieal I'm nut afraid of )OU and )uu cin't rittb' uie' ' ' Well, )ou had bitter be careful Don't you make an) threats he'ic, or I in i take- inn uji," niiswi-resl Mr Meitt 'I hen he n bled 'Mr Cominlsalonei, I slnud) will not jirosecute thin woman on that mien's tentiinon) " "Mrs Thorns )ou are discharged," sale! Ceimmlsalonci Shields FAMILY OF SIXJUURDERED. lro-i))rrt fur n I nrlthiR llir nt llrot iiIiik. !. (My Aauriitrl TrrBa ) ST I-C)l l M i 11 -A special il f pitch t tlir IVi-l)l;MtPh, from llrowniiiK'. Mi. i liiiM .Mfn, his wliV an.l four ohlMii-n. wit foun 1 munlerel lit ir a t-iraw stuk In an open Meld here la! HtiiinK The niurderern are tinier arreti here, an I a Ijnohln will rolubly (itetir ioon Mfks an'l hto family ltv.1 at .Mil in, uii'l wre otnlnK I it re etenU to Nlt irhttheM The uen u lal 1 'I he i iiko of the t'tinie M all to he In the fact Out Me 1 "a u wltneM In x trig tattle case last September. IIIhh Pnllaril In lletlrcmenl, (H Kvi latel I'rifi ) "ll!Ni.TtN Ma 11 I1m Ma1lln IVL Url ba Ifft tbf lroiU nt IMpltal. and la nw lUliU (.!. K at i it i tn tbe faatlunaMe rtaldenc pin nf the cli) 'h ba ntit 1 1 tlnly rcivrrJ frum ib- viiiaik if iimm prostration hich fal lowtil the 1 pl' of tr ault ajcalnat Rf?ftnu Ut llrt klnrlJjtf tut la KrtatW ln.pro.et Mlax i'ollin! ((( nut .rr llttlf anJ In ery way lc luirs a retir-! life Xatli I'urt for Hepnlr. Th- Itritnh a hixmer IrtrhtU arrheJ Iit Ibis ritunx ' ts ru aja vU Harbadua, tb a mar i, i i ictanj ru;n.rta that on Keh lu uhlle t-rtur. 1 1 ib tar at Ara aju, tba Icrhlll Kfj.ulcl and nrinf a Irak Ut put lata liar LaJoa tor rrrx-lr. This Is True, A drunken husbtuul U a curt to hLi family. The k'cnutno KrUKY treatment will cure tUut. EXTRA. Ii TIP'S DEATH I NOT FAR OFF. !j! ! The Vicious Elephant Now 1 Said to Be Partially Paralyzed HESWALLaiVEDSOMEPOISaH. . i But Spat Out a Carrot Loadfld 4 With Cyanide of M Fotassium. m HE THEN REFUSED OTHER BAIT. II; Did tho Executioners Qivo Him ' Another Dose Unknown :jm to Hankinson7 'Uk f M At 3 o'clock this afternoon Vn. Hunt- B InKtun and Allen, the otllclal cxcu- ,i'B tlonera of Tip, the vicious elephant In .-jfl Central Park, announced that the huge H jiachjdcrm was evidently succumbing VK to the poison administered to biro early ,3w In the day. it Tip hud refused to eat a carrot loaded with poison thin morning, but -, he Xi crunched the vegetable bolus vrlth fels huge Jans and then spat It out. It was suld at the time that some of tbe poison had gone down Into his stomach, but tor a time he showed no effects. Then suddenly he began to weaken In ,! his hind quarters and Dr. Allen an- ' nounced that parnlysls was one of ibe -vr sjmptoms of the poison. Supt. Smith, of the Menagerie, caused a line to be druun about the elephant-' ip house, and not even the reporter wbo 45 were present nere admitted to the build- " lng. A It 'a as said by the doctors that (he j paralysis appeared to be extending, and " that the huge trunk was affected. Tip could not move It except very little, when it seemed as If he had been trying: y. to do so J Dr. Allen said the dose given to the ' elephant in the morning would ultimately J end Ida life, and that the end was not i far off. "He will die In about an hour," & was the doctor's prediction, made about y 3 o'clock. .' A report gained currency that some 4 apples vere prepared with poison and V given to the elephant secretly at about U, 2 o'clock, the Inferred Intention being f that thoe In charge did not want Mr. 1, HankliiKon, of the Cruelty to Animals :p Society to know about It. VT Although those who made this state- j" ment lnilnted on Its accuracy. It wo i3 denied emphatically by Supt. Burns and the others In charge. $ At 6 o'clock this nornlng Drs. Hunt- It gton and Allen, carrying leather bags, cntired ihe elephant-house. Their jjt knowledge of toxlcolog caused them to be singled out by the Park Commls- V-. 5loner to superintend th admlnlstra- Jt tljn of the dtadly drug which was to nuke of Tip a good elephant. They i had a little package off cyanide o ponsslum, six ounces In all, sufficient t '? kill a regiment of men. A crowd of fully one hundred people i had gathered around the building. Half ,S of them were newspaper men, who had been detailed to witness the execution. 'S Park Commissioners Clausen, Straus f nnd Hell arrived shortly after, and the quintet weit Into the elephant-house and shut the door t'glit. At C30 o'clock tho ,V e'eors were openeel, nnd those who had 1 pntses were allowed to enter. J Commissioners Bell nnd Straus took charge of things, and soon had a rope j stretched acro.ss the wide asphalt pave- a ment In front of Tip's cage. I lUt TI11 Su.iilclons? 7 All this time Tip stood behind his Iron- 'W barred barrier and swung his trunk t, luck nnd forth His little eyes twin- f kled and hud a knowing look. T Keeper Snvder looked In nnd grinned. t jj "Why. he's dead onto this scheme." was j. his only comment. ... . .. i Snder refuseel point-blank to be the ft one to give Tip the poison, so Otto f- Mopls, an old animal trainer, who had e, charge of Tip way back In 1831. waa ap- h pointed executioner. i It was CW o'clock when Assistant 1 Supt Hums handed Dr. Horace Allen, ! eurutor of the Museum of Natural Ills- 4 tory, u big carrot which he had scooped ,' out ond titled with a plug made from mint her carrot .H Dr Allen took from his bag a package of the poison and poured two ounces of ' the white poweler Into the hollowed-out carrot. The (Jug was neatly Inserted ' nnd the deadly bolus was handed to Mopls, lie Takes the Cnrrot, Mopls stepped up to the bars and heed the nrrot out to Tip with a word 5 of romnmnd. Tho great flexible trunk, 1 w ,h Its prehensile linger, stretched out and grasped the carrot gingerly. Hvery one held his breath The men , ct science had still that the stuff would hnrdly reach Tip's stomnch before he ; would roll over dead, .... f Slowly and deliberately Tip curled his trunk under and lifted the carrot to Ida capacious maw. An Instant Inter It had ' disappeared and the spectators waited to see the live tons of flesh fall with a ' thud and stiffen In the agonies of death. d But Tip didn't fall north a cent, lie ", gave tbe carrot a crunch between his . m . n 1 'f--rrf it ffw'-hni iii-r-iAiSnl