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iK 2 THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 15, 1894. '
B' TO SEEK A JEW LOAN "jBf Tabernaolo Trustees Will Call ' iflfi v To-Day on Sage. . jijBR, 'll' Announced Positively That the 1-Hr church win Be Rcl)Uilt' H Will Endeavor to Multr Vv of Wnlli IjjjjV'' i i The. trustees of the nrooklyn Tnljer- j nncle met In the ofllee of I.eonnul Moudv ( on Court street, llrooklyn, this innrnlnic. J' ' and decided beyond all doubt tu rebuild ' fi tho church edltke which wai burned to i g the ground Sunday afternoon ' ' fc There were precnt it t tho meeting ' . j Messrs Moody, Dlmond, Cuiites, IMt- ' $ bladdo and Matthew h It mi tleililed to preserve the brick in tin- old walls ! fj to be used In erecting the new building. i $ After It wan detlnltelv derided t ) rebuild ' iL the church edltlce. the Trute devoted i H nearly the entire morning nrrumlng nut- tj ters pertaining to Hit liimance po'lcles. ( !? The trustees will mil In u body nil ' Russell SaRi' at IiIh olllce In New Vntk f this afternoon to urrjnge fr u new n I loan at the old lute of ti pet cent. How j t much money the trustees will ask Mi , Sage for was not decided this inoruiiix, f but all present were conllileiit that the 8 S necessary OU.Ulii) v. hlch l)i. Tuliiiage says must be r.iled before ground Is & broken for the new cliurt Ii, will be oli- 'i i talned. r '? Mr. Moody sent word to the men at , work on the ruins of the Tabernacle to i f? look for the safe The Tiutes ale ; & anxious to know If the money and j Pf, papers In the safe have been sivcd ? 4X" "We have arranged everything now " ; tf said Mt. Moody this niniulng, "ami, as ,i & Mr. Sage hus already iittvicil to loan us ' f more money, there Is no longei uti) i doubt about rebuilding This imi be s it taken as the ofllclul unnotint nieiit i f "We propose not onlv to use the nil jf brick for the new building, but we will 1 (A also try to preserve as much of the wail fi a- k now standing -ni the lliillillug Hep.ut ' g" ment will peinilt I 5 Humors are ttlll living nioun I about u J the origin of the lite, but II Is Kttp-i- ' ;i Jj nlly believed thut the contljuratlnii ua I ., caused bv o spark from the lcetrlc.il up- 1 r & pll ince to the stops of the uiju, as wii ' ; 5 first told In "Th" Wolrld" extra Siimluv l & afternoon. j t Evangelist Ira I) Sankev stales Hint ; Just before the Hie be J Hie shadow t f ' of a man In the uig.in loft Xcltliei the . I if aexton or hi" assistant was there at tin- I B time. J V- While Mr. Snnkey's s-tuteni nt nnrltn r, g With It considerable slKiilllcance, the Trtis- 4 Jv tees have accepted die elei trie sp.irk V IV theory as the orlKln of the lire. ., t p Fire Commissioner Wurster was busy ') 3 this mornlni; campletlnK his ImestlKutlun J&i i5 Into the chances in ule b residents In i( ffii the vicinity or the Tubetnacle leK.irdliiK i M the Inefficiency of the llretnen A U. "The Investigation will be completed t J to-morrow morning," said the Coinmls. . f S i aloner to-day, "and until then 1 do not h . ' care, to sav very much nbout It, except 5 S that It will, I think, exonerate the llre ' f 'x men from all Mine. "1 have found the first man who sent k A' out nn alarm, He Is u pulUemun In the 9 BtUKK street stntlou. I have his stale- Kf. a tnent. In which he says the engines nr- l J; rived at the scene of the tire within live BfWL minutes after he had sent In the alarm. kK'l It was stated this inclining that the 3K? Hotel Regent would not be rebuilt The C'Kv company will pay Its debts, and then mK probaly be dissolved. , ' fHf: M0RE AN $4,000 SAVED. 'oft' "The World's" Hairs of Coal Au- Rlt; Kri'Htile 7. lit 'I'diiM I KM "The World" Is dally demonstrating j B'Bo that a prollt of 4.1 per cent, on the cnpl- ' W'wi 'a' Invested In one of the absolute I BjBff necessities of life In which each sale Ik amounts to more than $3 Is exorbitant W-v' "It lnlstK that If coal dealers cm afford 'SrB"? lo-sell 100 tons of coal nt 13'J' per ton K-C-V "-,n ' public Institution, they are doing Eli little less than robbeiy when they, by fl cumbliilng, etoit J."p"j for u single ton I RIO flimi the hoil"eholdei. Kkli "t "" ""' ""'" '" ""' c"inblne hae ' ti Sf yel leeognled the ob-e of the people Wr ri nnd come down to a leiiMiimhtc piUe, Si lie though some dealers hue got Into tbell X Al cyclone pits in advance of the storm or HJ US dlappronl and aie selling coal at ' VjS rales thut ate leusonable and tali The 'lj 85f World" sold fort-tlvi tons or coal at &1 HI ' w l,r tun yesterilay from the New I , & f . Yorl ' mI Hrookljn olllces, and will 3: m continue to deliver coal In elthei lt M. 5fi at these rates. Alreuil) tlulfty cltl.ens $, m of thl1 metropolis have bought r.,t!0 tons ! ?j r)W of coal from "The World" at these (K. i ' Kf vre. saving In the uggreg.ite mole than ' i K,2 r Jt.Cdt that would hae iiwii' out of theli iii HK pockets as the exorbitant pintlls of the fcf. la dealeis. . 1 1 COAL SCARCE I NBUFFAL0. 'It Snpply of HitiimliiouN Will Last HJ Only Tho W.cI.h. IW (Br Auaclalnl Ira ) p, BUFFALO, May 13 -The coal situation m In Buffalo Is seilous. At a tough estl- Jg mate the entire amount of hoft io.il In iK; the city will httic.b last over two weeks. , The operator have nd vised their uis- i& tomers to be saving In the us.- or theli X.; eoal and as far as possible utlllr.' during S the stringency any othei fiu-1 tbey coulil S Ket. nven with these precautions the 'j situation has become sirlous and much S, depends on the conference at Cleveland ji between the miners ami operator. M.i There Is at present no suft cjjI lealh VJ on sale In Buffalo Mlneis and dealets KM alike are fuinlshlui: supplies onlv to TJj those with whom they hae contracts. 5plt Where It has been fas to obtain coal at $fl to cents at the mines, the pt Ice now 55 ranges from U to $3 .'. 11 PICKED UP IN THE STREET. " K!mI Unknown Mint Found I iiconsclons W '" Cliiitlinni Siuarik. ' SJfi man w')0 ' "uIPO'"ll from cards Sll found In his pockets to be Peter Ityun, ' 5? " Cf 1a,ers0n' N J- wa" Picked up tin- .K. conscious at 3 o'clock this morning on MjfM' "le sldewnlk In front of !1 Chatham PIIM square, by the police of the Oak street K.k,i station. " IfiMSa "" umouinnce was summoned from Kw ,ne Chambers Street Hospital, and Hur- PJ M Keon Van Wagener, who accompanied I ', ' the ambulance said thut the man was , ', A m jn a state of coma and was dangeiously S '-M The man ls nbout forty-fix e years old, I KVbfJ Ave feet five Inches In height hasdnik i 'JK complexion and smooth face He wore it S. a dark suit of clothes, black sort hat. K i 'i $5 white shirt and laced shoes. J 111 LIGHTNING FELLS FOUR. '' T"u nl Stunned, but tin- otb.r. j . hhf M" nt ItfCIMCT. 3 jj IBr AtiocUttii Prm i i 111! COVINGTON, Ind May 15 -The ' IT Wm& etorm yesterday was accompanied by W ftmx mors than the usual amount of li.ht- ' !, nlng iow members of Smith Coffey's i $- fimlly. of thli city were struck by the 0 Ew same holt as thev stool together Juit $&. T outside of their door, and all fell In n ierKi neap tl Jl1" l"V her 'l''Ughters, Mrs, Ora- ham and Miss Carrie Coffey, aged if-l- teen, and also I.cona Graham, age,) fci -RBI .",'i JV'KiHttle vMI"r- Mn Coffey V "d the child were only stunned. The V others, after a long time, regained con- K-7 ne0yUwm"recovir.18 " "Ub,ful whcth"r P!w' . T"K klndrt cut of all la to cut nrloei, but It f .iiiM.?..' Unjoeiwry wlthQo.C FtiNi I o.'. ot litti.t. . ' -u-Wi --l before teyjuoe to -Mil v-""" l ': I '- '" t'1'5 '"; l?HHLV' HHB 4- .v , . i---s-r--i- ii iT'iTi -'ir r-v '" - ii i , v . STOLEN TRAIN RECAPTURED. Seized by Wyoming' Wealers, Who Drive Off a Marshal's Men. Curs Aluiiuloticd nt (Srirn Klvrr, WliiTt" Coe,vll's ('iiinp. (Hr Atnoclitxl Prn) rilH'.KN ItlVnil. Wyo, May 15 When Mutshal I'lnkham, or Idaho, stalled to boutd Ills tlllltl to go to Coke Mile for the Comnionwealers atrestcd theie, LW othei Coxeltes lushed on bun anil bis deputies and took the train from them. Marshal Hankln, who was at Cokevllle, upon being Informed of this. stalled for Cheyenne, and Ileal Cokevllle, mopped the men wanted by Mnishul I'lnkh.im The Conitiioii wealers took ritiMintn's tiuln and stinted Hast. On advice of President Clark II was decided hete nut to llk desliiiitlou or the l'nlon I'aellle llallroad Coinpim s propel t In an attempt to . Ii.m I, the In dustrlals' train, nnd the piojn t lo block Ciccu I (I v i-i llililge with lo.oh-d i.iii and eiiglio v was alnndoto When tlo tt iiln airlM'd luTe ullli j.i Industrials aboard at .1 l"i A M Mar li.t I KitiMit, wltn twelltv wellailllid liMltles. was waiting fur them As soon as ti( tialn stopperl Tialn nrilii lla lnnpd on 1 1 - tnglne and inn It In tin- loiiiid house The Com uionwe.'ilers left thi' Mils and have gone Into (amp I'im-s win b.i iiruwn riom all engines and the Industilals Ui-jit hen Till' gleatesl exi III tlli'llt pievalls at Miuilp) lln. niaiu i Itlens sMnpathl.liig ivllh tin i ' iinnioiiwe ileis, among then Constable I Hi It Williams, who as ar li sled The Coinnioiiweiili rs alii mpted to re- lllise hllll but wire cowed b three doin WlnebesteM In the bands of deputies A public meeting- or i illell was lii 1.1 to tit ft with the oppo-dng fulies. but tin marshals oilld do nulh Ini,', as (heir ilut) was linperathe GALVIN'S MEN STARVING. Will l're I'pou IJreeiiNburK, I'u., I llll-ss ili-ii I'ood. (Ily irlntii r, . oi:i:i:nkiii itc. p,,., mv i:, ti. CSnhlll CommolIWi lib rs leiehed vel 1 ttle eneoiiugeineiit hi ie cstrda ami now the army Is nn the verge of stiuv i Hon l.it night Cn. li.ihln nn.l hi' staff called up in the Maun and Chief of I'ollce mid lnfoiined them that unless food vas given within a rev. Pours lie would tlllll Ills men loose to prev llli in me town. Fnrlj special policemen ne n h guanl Ing the town riom the M. living unroitu nalf s. Kell'H "iiillnm" In it I'lnlil. Illv A nldlnl I'li-st I OTTCMWA, la . Mav i;, Theie was a small ilut lit "Admltal" Kelh's camp last evening. Tne Mavnr or ut..inivva hired and paid To) mounds lot the "navv" lo ciiiiip on Wliei (hi. men ar rived the owner id the giound demanded I an admission or in ei ills a head to enter I Artei a niliiibei had paid ICellv aulvedi i and demanded that It be slonned Tiou- I ble rollowed, and a rree light was In I progress when the Mavor anlM-d and dei hied In Kellv's fuMit The 'mm' I resumes Its lovaixe to-dav Toledo Won't Tolern le I nil osl rials. Ill V.'.lnl.l IT.. TOl,P,I)(i, ii, Ma IT, "ii, n" liniid.ill and his Chbugo 'Wenlem v ill not be' allowed to enter lb" limits or this et. i This decision was anlved nt bv the' I'ollce CouimlHslonris .vestenlav .Major I Hunker, or Ihe Sixteenth u N, fl sins that he Iiiih reielved no nnli I calling I out the till II tin. but will lie piepansl to do so ir neeessaiv to npiilse Itaiidall. The in my Is expieted lo daj IlllhlOII lllllllNll'lllls III ( llCSllT. Ill) m,i Ijttil 'r, . I cni:sTi:it, i'u, Mn r nt?getaid'' Boston Al my, nuinbi ring roitv-tluie' nun, now loiuiiiande I In "Co Aheid" Adams, leached this eltv last night and! went into cunp In Star Hall A meet ing with a speaking and a v.uletv ' show- was held without p dice Interrei etii'e. and a geneioiis suptih of piovl slons was contributed bv Chester vvork liiKineii. The in iu will stall roi Wil mington to-dav. SiLiiders to llnve n 'An." (11 si lal.'l I 'i ,' ) MJAVUNWOUTH. Kin, May 15 -"den" Sanders has deeldul tint he will not walk to Washington but will adopt the name methods as Kelly, and will sail down the Missouri lo Alton, 111, thence to Cairo, fiom which place he will pmceeil by the Ohio Klver to Cln elnnatl, whent a llalllmote and Ohio tinlu will be seemed. STRIKERS PLAN A RAID. There Mii He Trimble In the Coke ItcKlitii To-Dim . Ill) AiiKui'Util Press ) coNNi:i.I.h 11,1.11, I'.i., May 15 -Th-mil J h mge In the stilke sltuitlou In Ibis section of the li;:lon ,vesterd.l was a "l'ht liaie.ise In the winking force In most of the active plants, and the tesiiinptlon at lllll I'atni mine with a full folic id men When the lime came to go to woil, at lllll Patni theie was a rush for Jobs, and many men had to be tut lied away, A big laid has been planned by the strikers of this ud of the legion to take pi n e to-dav They propose to maicli riom points north of Connells llle, and ir possible hi in,; out all tin men at wotk at lllll Taim, OMvel Kvle and the Mintln coke works at Fiilrchnnce All the plants but K)le have deputies to guaid the men at work Tumble Is feuied Theie aie now about '1 deputies on guatd In lite region, which It is thouUit will be siitllelent to pi event nil) unions outbieak The striktts .lie mm h exer cised over the repoi t that a large num ber of loloted nun have been Impoi ted Into the riKlon for the purpose of Li cak ing the strike. That Tired Feeling: Mem ilmr It l r, serious conl.Mon nl will If a l l . lUtavtrou irUl it If it U not oi'iMn v nt him 't is n sure tiirn tLat tho Movi i iu.er.lut mil .miu-o, TI o reine ly u fouml in HOOD'S SarsapariHa Wblcn ir.ikfn rich, tifaltliy blood and tout clventreneth ncl elutlrtty to tbe tnuariet, ilcor te tLe train and heal b and vltalltv tu every part of the Ui.ljr Hood's Birurril!i Makes the Weak Strong Ilood'a IMIU ire purely vegetable and do not curirt, pals or rrlpe. Bold by all drug- lata. IT'S HIS SILVER JUBILEE. Bishop Littlcjohn's Anniversary Colebmted at Garden City. UrooUh tt DliM'cr rru(rt.ui( IOpW cojml Coitvrnt Inn. akdi:n rrrv, r,. i May ir. -rim tmit-nrth iunHfiliun nf tin I'luii-s-tiHit-l.ptsc'iial Pltirt- of t.on Nl.uid nontsl tliN tii'Tiilnw at 1IolIuc1; in thi Cathilrnl Tin I'MMil t itf more than upllnitrv lritt'p't, 1m t nut tli twt tit -firtli unnf vfm tif the (iritlniitliii nf ItlKht lli A. N rjttli'Inhn. Ilishop of thf DIum.k-, W l lim ct I lir.ttf-l. Tin da'M M.uM'tsllriKs op ma at T .' 'i'i k this itioinliiK U IhiIn rutti niuriiuti Th (Nnivoitttoii proprr upfiinl il II ti'rlorlc. Aiudiu; ihiHu pri'viit Wt'll" ItcVH n.iiiim'fy It trHtir, 1iif Imm It M.iKir. Inhn U IlKchu". Hn" V ANup, t'h.u t m V Mornt'i, IMwatil rnip.T, ltnlM.it Wi'i'k, Spncir S K-chf, llniiv ' Swrntil, J.imt'H M l,ullimr toii , nul Tuw iii'iitl (1 JnrliMon, la 11111 Iii.tti A KIiik. Mt-xamlM i; mm. W'ill litu .Mt-liipll, IMwIu It.'fM. tlHain II nllit. Wltllam II Mai.-. Mmh C I'kTti punt, AtiKiirftim Van U, N lciiiltMtuii Schtiu'k. HII.im M tiMllnri tti'l AtU'iiuttlM Hiipi i ltc In. nurl.- Ilnll. nf Huh Trln Itv Chuxh Miookljn, ulm hum In have ioll ti mI th annual aiMn-s, vai iwi.i-I'll- I tj lie pirm'nt, hfiMiltt' nf i;imy. UN inlilrc" w.ih riM'l b lti- iliatuni II I.rpwtt'p, rect tr r Urn ('linri'h, Htou'dMi, and. In patt, was hh JtUt lie i men it rnciit-i l In Ihe .irl if Inin'li mi' Hull hlilf Mi. it (m- nf lific llinl ninl jrlv j (,i?nrnMii 1 ii pu xi tl i.vwi "I't v lliii I Hi i fifjul lt 1'IImI in I l)ii whIi r ' h xn t) ' " K'ul of tin' la MM' I) u 1 Ii ii 1 tlii inll'jlM (itl't I i mil On i In mm tliii T 1 tli. i-n hliiin f j Ilitnrl TnJ ilnl'flitk aril vnlnvMtfM wild n I tut- liurnwn i ifil tl mint Hun i'u fi miliar In im illoii-t tu mat It lum mafi linc 'l iMp-nri-tl Hit ivlMiiJIri!; ( ntntllt' In u inM lurni' v, HnW ust ui-w tut I il two in mi' nf thi.' i-rlKiiinl llrtt if irt mlifrx, mir l I n t timi.r In I k' lumii , inn mir Li-rnitulili' nhlitr 11. n ln"pir DillfH i- itlKht, thii(fM -iln"t iim tli l rlr" of Yr k'o lliii' rs nf tln linmnii in hi t Hie KinjuT'ir ant ni) I i mir ltUhdi Mnrl'uri iiln lim IUhId'i HnrniKin iv.tti r il m j.nki afiir It pintih'T of l iiii'i-l ii)ii.i tiitiii nf iho rhiin hint ti u( thi Kr.ijln Stall in nuti'i'iiu 'n. th limns !m r'lH nf thin iliitnh tnl win I nn-ci'tliiii II i ttiMh iIm uf nn h tlf i iii tr hhi uurN I i tt.tiii uu iiH-l-niil i, i .ii th" oiKinlrn tiiiti nf h litv. iiln t m ktiiinl at Hi-- fo'intjlJi hi.il nf a tram w!il-li In tu Ituvt on Pr .'' tl tH n KHit I III (IK Id It J rt i- II ,t tilt lir-Kllllll i f ii li-w HhMiM whi. Ii I lii Mint I nn i fir at; MM m h lii tunic Tli 1 1 .in Jim ft nn I lie m tli'luti ton fiiilnih hi urfnulrul t-rfnrtn mi- .. Im ",iwi'l limn" vh m- hIIit u Tniit ti tm tiiiu-irurj x II nt" In no piulnr 1I il fu !( 1 1- fit Itfhli IMk f if Mtn'MKtli In Hit u H-'f' wiili rh' nnininrriiiin 'if i rmr xtnA I nt ii llitli' i inw ii U a It in Inn th Irutli I'lunnr iiKxIiikt ih- iliii!i" ii'il in? p "rnUfHT of a luinl v. 'MJnn lnHlt M.nlrll iitt-M litlii' In lln' Lull lln; i i f ii Ktmt Itliinlim ip.iltk' of hUiiilIni; .il lh Imhturk of fulth pilUtf im'lilim nut i"tiltt work u rilii"iii a m. Into I lulHir in n prim Ipiil of iitfoliili' Hclf i n'tH i ration fur Chrlvl'H iUp In a limit liathiK ir nrnf lir 'H'litlih' of 1arf exIenMuii nml tM tiimlt nlliini fUle.l Tot nil ttorku of phl ant -t'urllv uniiHin otln-x fi i riirlnliih uluiatlun on -.mii'l jir h Pil'M tlii'ii nifanx Ftcnllh itnl filllfipt e n low I In htimlile ill hmhIi n up m thf hli" I M'lrli In pun 1 1 1 1 1" li'toiln'i tu our ti nr I ir 1 titnl S.it luur tt III tnnkf ton nii'l tour Imip h -1 Htruiiit In lln1 lir I nihl I'i tlip km t r f tiirt tiiili tint lln Ml'" f liill shtll tu'tiT pli' 1 tall iK'luit tint i T 'tin v.i In all lii'inllllv nn-l KrntltMlf intltit nil In i'i in 1 tin' hlil i I ti n Iduu. h It ant till i s tu lit ni huh I In It i-H-i t 1 1 1 ttf ihii 'In Ii -Mi r for I Iip linn In loill" nt' l lllflmii 1'i.llir nil l an 1 ! 1 v. will th ln mil otiU of Hit' latim h In,' till tin poi.l i 'i til." Uul linn Inn nun t( I Mis Co.) lv M'x IiIikmiI fpitlt MiM-- mm i tmli tu a kixkI inuii a tuin full of fallti an I Int.- of l ln Uul) flhuht lo In a iii.f p.flur nt r ton In tint atnr i lntf fur ton tin 1 mmii luti- fur Mm Im I'tni nimo it-nNr nn if ilfWiinl thini I'i- lot" tshliti ha n i li our i immitmi In t'hir nil twfft utut ! i sun 'vr i i .in I .'thri-tnnt tti lln til milt iM linn vim sim.Ivi tlinsi' ttoriN an I uu Ithlittjt wouU ln i,iin linn In tmi'iln" iln iruili N' one nitre K llle (ill! toll runt or lin l ful il nVietiieH llu.ti he Mil IHi'lii Iti'M-rinl sit the Hi.in.llnK (nntnlt le. of llli- .Uu-.he pIUhIh Iii lt"llir tint llli I ium r if I hi- prraihi w.ii ilul t imweii'l liu-l hi litli utt uUn hnh an In the nun mul tin I )i liiir 1 it nl t lo "Hi Ih tt It hunt tl iw uiir lit. fm tm hart Inn nl own iiti'iiul inll ant tt- Ji I'i heuillv to tlie K)hi1iill n nf the hour li a iiiiiti iih le nut r 111 n t I nt prnti-e iiti 1 1 iini r to i hil-t tun M m r 1m hat ullmtitl us tu Kelt.- Illttl n.t.. Ihir .Mil lilm ll.i I tlloilKlit mr i.tt Pi.hu'IiIh ml iloin mi lii ni itettN In nt KILLED BY JEALOUS LOVER. Slrnniliil HniM'-'I'riii'l. I'iiIIiimit MiimiIh I'ui't Worth Wintiilii II1 Mo"llteil Pirni ) I'DIIT WllltTH, Ti . Miy 15 - JimiI- UUSV .tH till' I .lll-' uf llllll ll'l' Ill-It" I IHt nlilit. Dun Williams, n stiimli-il niri--ti.uk riilliincr. Vliut uiil kllli'l Mii Sirili Mrllnnli". Hi' Iim mull" n-iii-itoil tlin-ils nf lap' lo thi- i-ITi-i'l tl.it In wuiill kill lu-r If Kill" ii"i-i"lM"il tif atti-n-tl mi nf other inon. ,Slii" i-iintlnurl t 1 HO. Iitt nlRht thov iii.irrilli"il .ml hi" r.illoil lii-i mil nl Uu- I .mill rul Mi.it li'-i twloi'. Tlir niiiiilfior mil." mm I llli i'i- i'iii'. POISONED BY VACCINE. I'oi-I 'ain- Uu) Kllli'il nml tluii.t limit- 111 litiil:r ll-un. Ill) AlMO lilt e-1 I'lfHH ) rtlllT WAVNU. ln.l. Mo I". I'mnh Ma. 1. It'll, si'M'ii no.iih nlil, l-i ilt-.i.l liiini tin- t'Kt'i ts of mii .'liiiitii.n. Tlilit "'i iniis lii'ii- mo tiltir.ill.N ill 1 1 .'in Ih-Iiik In.ii'iiliUi'.l with liiiiuri or .olnoni.iii liu- In ni'iii i' i ii". i'M "Ipt'lui nn.l lil'vul iii.NoiiIiik IniM' ii'sultt'il Tin- lloniil of llfiiltli'tt ouli'iH for t -ill- iliiilnuti' Mi.', iiiiiil'in Iini ln't'ii iktrl in -nl.il to I'lllill. lu-.iltli lit'ii Why Consult a Han? 1 " No man ever suffered panpfs like unto woman. I " Women, therefore, iT'dly turn to a woman for .sympathy, 'roundel, and help in their I CTxv peculiar ' 'iliVS troubles. I IT 1 " Lvdia E J f-V Pin'kham, 1 ' 2 r i Mass., do- X'SimXJ t,ervCh the Wrwwfct confidences W showered mISK upon her by ' ij tnousaiuls. j " I lev Vegetable Compound , has done more for women than any other remedy. "The groat cause of worn ;an's misery is in her womb, yLydia E, Piukhavis Vege table Compound gpes direct tc , the sourceof trouble, clrivesout i disease, and cures backache, ! fainting, despondency, bloat ing, ovarian troubles, "and leu corrhcea. All druggists. " I would have been in my Grave if I had not taken Mrs. Pinkham's medicine." ZELLA LOST HER GHOWS FEET. But She Took Away IVTrs. Maya's Eoautifying Iinploraonte. TIip l.nllrr Ciiri-H Storr for Tlicm I'liiin tin- '?." I OwimI Her. "Zi'lla Nlcolaut hail erowi' feet under lar ccj bvfuru he entile to our estab llihmvnt but now they ure practlcully KiitiH," a tin- nomi-whut HurprlDing Htiitt'ini-nt to uu "KvenliiK World" re-Imrtt-r thlH inoriiltiK by nn uKBlntaiit nt Mii Jull.i Muyt'it UnutlfltiK Institute, ,'H Wi-t Ti'iit -third Ktri'vt. Tin- n'liorlei liiul f.illt-il there In queit of iiiforiiuitlon ronct'rnlns tliu follow ing mtt rlout iiiUertlsi'iiint, wlilrli ap-lniiri-tl In "The World" thin imirnltiK Sl'll N l It )im rt-tiirn borroe'l orlhlp w 'ti I nit. utr for in'ir till! Julia Mny. tl '1 1 l "Alri .Mat, joii know, It u beauty doi'toi," t'Xplaliie.l the UHLtaiit, "uud l iitil.ill inlt'pt In reltiuNlUK lell-tule flow t f. ft. uhleli iillnoit Invariably t'oine ui nn Index of aiHnnelni; yearn. Well, now, Mrt. NteolaiiH had Home of tlifMi' naiiKht) little wrinkles thut -the wanted taken away Incidentally, Hhe .ili'Hiii'd her complexion tomhed up a trill.', loo I "Mrs .Majt aKreed to iiciotnpllHli liolli olijeils foi SI . Uf this amount .Mis Niinlaiis p.ild down J.'iO, .mil In due llni" the erow's-feet were Kone, her i he ks Klowed onee more with the pink and 111) -white eumplexlou of robust .Mllltll Nn seiner iiji Mils metumorpliosH biiiuitlit ..bunt, liiWeM-r. than Mm. Xlro lain iii.el to e.i I The J'.D which weie s-.lll dm- must h.ive slipped frjm her im-iiiiH . a. must also the Implements wlili'li she luil tnriiiv.eil In fm ther.inee of hit tieitment. "It le these latter that r.Ms uMs now di -tins In IniM- ii-tnin.'il. They ale of i nnslilMiihly more Millie to net than the S".'i whli'h she s willing lo forfeit. "Mis Mavs traenl Mrs Nkolaus to I'hk-ami, and has now ascertained tli it her fair palrmn'ss has retinoid to this t itv, but whi-re slit- Is stopping she has not et leal tied " "Ijo now s teet alwayn lndleate UKe?" aski I Hit- ti porter ' Not nlw.ns," was Ihe replv, "Thej eiitalnlv till not In the ei."e of Mis Nli ilaus llcr's were du 1 im.iKltie, to milch weeiilm;. She has lovelv. dreamy, il.ttk hazel I'Ves. and It would have been ,. '1H to all n. the'ii to be flunked by am Ihlnir like t low's fet "Oh, I foiipit to .say," addeil the as sistant, "when Mrs, Nleolaus III Ht culled she said het name was -.Mrs Strong ' Hhe was ilres-si'd In a t-lose-llttliiK. tallor ni. nle diess, and was a.s demure an a joiiiik Klrl seareelv out of a convent school It was nn her peeond call that she admitted her Identity." Mrs. Mays was found by a reporter at her hi mii', 1M West I'Tfty-fourtli street. AlthotiKli slit- declined to discuss the siibjei t, .sh,. did not deny that what her assistant said was true. 111I9 I'll) mill Vlfi- ltt-eoii(ll'il Illy Xamiclattil rremi ) I'llK'Mll) Mj IS nlri-iv Toy nn.l tils te li.tii- jii-n ri' uiii HkI, an I urt not lliltn; happilv li'l-illiir at tttelr Immi-. No. "17 North Franklin ntlpi't Tlii- bust h rul anl wlff hal fiirantli-n their illlll' nil Ii't, hriiiiKtit aliniit In I hi- IrilnK tiri-ne. nt Urn l iiiikIiIIii trill nti'l hai nKront In nuni In Kilhir fur th. Ir ihlllrrnit aaki- Th rotnnntlr 1'iirt if this iilnnli la tint t'un I'oiiKhlln hlmni'lt mri Ih,' ailii.il tx'uoemak.r IN THE WORLD OF LABOR. I tu a! Hit-mljiv 1 2H K or I. will relelir.ttc Hi Ifiith uiiiiliTKiir on Kt I1h , Mu ,i rtu ,Nf urk lllnltm nlnii lut uiifiic 1 h liLntiliurtiTH i 71 SufTnlk htrvt tthire thf riK'i lir ii)tthii'n tile ilu ir Sun1.i jt 1 1' M rim ctKjr mukir mrlk- at thi- faetorr of MilnttKe a Ktrr Ih over, ait the ilinaiulx nf thi' Mrllum were Kruniitl Two hoi him ("in ihuIj nig mlrt 1 The furl nn tin I'rotortle l'nlon ban fl(cte.l lituiM' llln.'turt I'ri'Hl Iftit , Tlmntti (VKf:ir Si i tftnn . W I Ilium U Arthur 1 riainirir , Juhn Ciniiilnghum William (Vivtit Daniel McLfan, Ihf Tin ntul Shft-t Iron Worlitra' International I n Ion l" nlmut tu H.l.iut a union I h tif I uhldi la In In hluinpul un ill! tin nnl Bluet him himlU'-l li I'h i ifmliiTf I .m tl AnBtmliU CS4, K of I.. LnwiTy work in mi Iihh Intoifdl i hi tlemun i of the Hali' anJ l.ilHir intlft'tflli i wtili II urt to I if nuliinlltt 1 to tin Stuh CtinKtttiitk-njl t'cnM'iitltMi I'I." mjimf irturcrs liai' noiillt'.l 1 1 litar l'a 1 1 ih I nlnn Nn "M ft r !t imltutlnii lo iiht I In lilu" lain I Tho aasMiitnunt for tho death 1t in lit fun I mint be io. at the next regular me tln I he liuluiriH tnauaur uf I'nltt il Mai hlnUta' 1 nlnn No 'I Hun that tra.le In kimkI anl all intuitu ra are at work l'al'eiiti m' l'nlon N 4H7 iiUn rtHrta that truJe la brink fur the niein btia of that urtanliatluii. lit to nil StHrt'tar lolui It Lennon of (ht liiurnt)Uieu Tall urt' I nl m of nurlct hajh that at buit jr i. r etnt of the i uitoin titbira through .ml Iho tuiutr art Kt 111 nut of t'inotnm-nt shut? a in! Slipper Makers' l'nlon hu been ortctn'ttetl ut the llriHkl)ii l,ubnr lootMim The iiriuis are John Kiln 1'renluYnt V Iotph HtumllnK Heerttnr il I'litertierut r Financial Stiittirj The iluea will 1 1 Ave renin per v.etk pp1b itlotiH fir the blue label hue bet n re thi.l h) Ihe Label Committee of the loeal cln tr unk em' iinloiiH fiom J Munknt 111 Kaat One llun-lreil ii ml Ninth ntnrt. M NnnRlwri, 77 t:.ft Knurl li Mrett, K M Mumrh 2iJ Kant Dne llun.lrt'l nnl MUh ntnet. .1 Walila, ,,ll Tenth iiwnti' Vnlenilne (Jlaaer, 4U Kat Seventieth vtritt. M I'ltnep telnw iv AMorta 1 Welne, M Turk linn "Ihe taliel nm mlthlrawn from mnnu u tunn .InobM nut .Nnnlbriirh, white It J ;iantel to Preen t Affenberner I' tUustnann iii.1 Aubt.1 Tli mux I Kbl'l (It iicr.il Sereinr) of the MiilUm Uonil WVrkent" lult national l'nlon who a beo-i In tin lliat for the i at thru -aetkn urj;anUliiK Ne.. ork nml llioi'kl)ii mnipleli'il the organisation of a branch tf hia Internatlonil In iht i If v on Patunli) eM'nlnn It will be kn.iftii an New York I'tilo-i No 11 anl will tne! eer WhIiurJi) v nliitf t IH Iat Seenih ! ret 1 Mvlilne WoiM Wnrkera' I'lilon No O. of llr-ikljii ban rhanpetl ltn mettlnK place from t'te Labor Lmcuui lo t)teAana Hall tiJ7 Mjril xwniie where It Mil meel mrj 1lmradi rienltih ArrancmentH han been male for an jtn mectlni. In ullit at 29i Third awtme and imiher on Tliura-lij nlrns Ma 17. at C67 Mitle aenue The Ntw York Klexator (Vu lib tora' IWntflt . ho. I at Ion vtlll meei to ulnht In Clarendon Hall 111 anl 115 toil Thirteenth street FIGHTING TALK. osl i despAtch a) n that bantams and fe-ither-wtiKhta lUhi and liei -elhta and th i. wo'thlei who are known In vparrlng par Ihik'h b 'njcitlU anl welt em. slapped, cuffed uul i.aiubed en h otbtr atout (be rlnit at the harlei. ilk Club lam nlRht Thf ociaalon was ih. bemilt lo HIM) IKnif the mlUle-clght puKlIln nf Iowa The feature of the rtrntiix tttre the bouts beletn Ueorge l.alne if Snclnaw, MUh anl ll.k tMirten the tifl-ptiunl hanplon anl tc final r1 between llenne-s) anl lohniili "-ullhen rf I'rollente rranktmcnis were completed lat fenlnc for a Hutu Juii H bef re the (lit nipb Club at New Orleans between Johnnie ( nnom of "prlnRlleld 111 anl Ja k l.e te Knullsh bantain-welKh for ISno a st le anl a tur1 Ihe men are lo elh In at lOrt pmin.'a 1 taw seen (i-tTo 'n batt e oer In intralla ' iva Mm Mill ' lo ku ti Jut m htg as he Is now ilUnuh in' no it aftr htitift ktrpptd un th talc .Mil Lip'' the be it nt U9 pjunJs It Is trui that he wear an li Inrh collar, and ihtt h' rtihurri forn In hes ,i round the heat It Is ilti a (a t tha' te has a narked al,an(ai;i er l ui in thi. matter of hflkht i.rllTo stand 5 feet a j tr ha l xo i S fret 3 Inches l.ouk out or (.rt(T whei he meets pUon he will cerUlnli ' defeat tlm If he Is in tht proper shape ' I It is peru'lir ! a follower of pugilism i that hree of the greatest weltrr-welrhts in this ountn iiouM all persist in draltt tht color line lllll) Mnlth "araray Rwn and Dick O'Urten ar th trio thst Ju4j themieKes to b too 1 huh cast to trgaie to milt ih the colored as'i'ran Ja.k liAu!lfft and rourg Grl!o wrr the prln ilpals tn an iirrrornptu anl brief but spirited a ran 'n tie i oleman 11 oust barroon during thi? it'u i I hours if last n Kht A discussion a roue as to who rad the distinguished honor of knxk tm; nut two of the front teeth of that puglllitli fashii n plate Mlk Leonard Urlffo said tfat he wax emit I iil to whattivr glor there was In that arhtnemrnt MrAullffe disputed, the claim In language more expresslte than elegant, and Amer ica and Australia were anon engaged In battle The Australian was floored and had the abort end of It throughout, much to hit surprise, do doubt, ai ha la said to think be can whip anjr body One ot GrlfTj'a friends pulled a glln.', but nn harm was done wttb It A policeman clrared tbe place. ALL HINGES ON THE FOG BELL Pilot Keely Declared Blameless by the French Lino Agent. I.ii C'liumpiigiir Win Not Injured ly (iiilnj; Asliorc. Tlip rrftich line itenmhlp T.n Cham IiaKtiu liu boun oniclall ili'dart'il tu have been uiilnjun-d by her recent at cliltlit, uml the UKf'tit of the line, A. I'uritet, ha actcJ huiulioniely In tht mutter by exoiien.tliiK 1'llot Keely from all blume In the mutter of the l.n Chum piiKtM' kiiIiik iishore ut fort Humllton on .May 3 lust The tesponilblllty Ib shlfteil to those pt r-nint In ch.iri(e of tht fun bell ut Tort Liifuyi'tte, uml eviy effort will be mailu to iitirertiilii tthelliT or not Ihut tag bell BUM lldlllK It's tlut. Uml I'llot Kiely heiinl the bell nt Totr I.nfujette he woiilil have been nble til brll ul he ship Hiiftly to her tloelts This letter Iiuh been rettlveil by the Hoard of I'llot Commit slunutx s'i: MlltK. Mav 11 lliunl of I'lbt Commla.lom rt I'ntifN'pit urk (Ipiitltnim (apt I. Lurt-nt. nt Httami-r f.a (b.imainp rtrfiuu.la me tt. rail our allTitl in to the fact Uul pretlom. tn tin I afttr tlir uruun-l ln uf la LhamiaKnf at I'i it Hamilton ml ttltliaun IIiir it i-omlltlon of i-trfi-i-t alli-mp tu di'k Ihert- ttua nut t.ne of i)n ri'll.v.lnii nimul pt-f'un. hi Mtrt' nn ijiily en iV k .in.l on Ihi lirl'lri- In th. ir rml'iTtlti' in.tlon. namtl Tli iailuln I Ilut Ihlnl llpiilprant. lhri' ipialtir imnttiTi on Ih" lookout nn the lirlilno. maml lai'luln btNilitwaln an-i two mtn rn thi' loikuiil forarl In Iho bnwa. Mho hoard thf lull on Fort l.afH-i'ltt' It tttnil.l lit Inltr.stliig In know It on thl. nri-nloii thl. hell tiaa In opprillon A. fur I'llot Kt-b 'he eaptaln has nn reproach to make for hla penleea prept that he relli'l on the, roiinl of Ihe boll uhlch fall-l Voura ler) truly, , iijidiirr SAID THE RIG WAS HIS. it Kiii.i'bpil SfluifliltT Out (if tli t- tirrliim- nml llruic Ami, Joseph Apt, of Knleke-boolter nvenue iintl tlrattan Htreet, uh held In the Ken Htioet Court, Vllllnmburi;, to-day on a chmge of Kranl larceny, pieft-rred by Charles .Schneider, of 18 Knicker bocker U rMU'P. Schneider sins that he .staitel out on Mumluv to take u drive, nnd us he passed Aut'H home the man rnslied cut, un iiouneed Hint the horse and niron be-lonm-il to him and knocked Schneider off the Kent when if objected The result of the matter .vus that Apt look u p.ensant ride 8uniliy nfternoon, while Schneider Maved home nurslmr a broken html. Apt claimed In court that the rli; wns Ms property, nnd Justice rjoettlntt ud Jouired the matter foi examination. MRS. M'KENZIE GOES FREE. Sllltl She Dill Not Itt'lllembiT 'lr J -liiK tn .In ill i from 11 Kerrj -lliiul. Mary .Wi-Kenzle, of iSl Jackson street, I.ons Islantl City, who attempted to Jump Into the river from a Wllllanis buiB ferry-boat yesterday, was ai Mlitni'il before Justice OoettlnB in the Let- Avenue Court to-day and dis charged. .Mrs. MeKenzle toltl the magistrate that her husband l.s In prbion, utid that she ls the sole support of her three chil dren She claimed to h.ne no recollec tion of huvlni; attempted suicide, und explains thK by suMm; she took n cou ple of ilrlnl.s of whl.skey, uml us she wus not used to It it took uwu nil her sens.s. NEW TOWN OFFICERS CHOSEN The nii'ctlitn in Itt-il tin nk n Sur-IH-Ini- tu (lie I'till t l.'lll iih. HKU HANK, N. J., May lS.-The new llojtd of ('omnn'sloiiers met last night for the llrst time In an olllclal capacity A Kood ileal of sut pi Ute was created by the appointment of lieutse Wood us Town Tieusuier. Charles K. Thiock inoititi had been the Tit-usurer, ami lie-t-aust- of his energetic work In collnctitiK tuxes his rtupppolntment was Kenerally reuuiiletl as certain. T. V. Tl rorkimirliin lost his Job as Street Siiperlnlendent, James Norman belnif appointed to tile position. Janus Walsh was leappoilnted Chief of Police, und onlv u few chime' were made In the police force. PUGSLEY DISCHARGED. It Wus Not Ills flslt.l Whli-li Killed Si-liiit-llliiu-l. Deputy Sheriff Howuid J. PuBsley, of Westchester County, whu was licensed of shooting Joseph Schnellback on Ae nue A b'rlday nlKht, wus illschniKed In Yorlullle Police Court this mornliiK. The Coroner's autopsy showed that Rehnellbuek met his death by a bullet flora his own pistol. PuBsley was about to nrrest Schnell back, who shot Mis. Sehlllimr In White Plains. As he approached Selmellback drew tils revolver. Pujjsley drew his iiImi, und both shot nt the sume ln stiuit, Schnellhnck fell tleiitl with a bullpt In hln bruin The autopsy pimeil that he kllletl himself rather than b" arrested. BROKER CLARENDON FAILS. lllilotltic-il lit tlir t'fiiiHitlltliiti-tl IjAi'lillllHe 'I'o-IIie, The failure of Oeorse T Clarendon was announced ut the Consolidated l'.x ch.uiKe this mornliiK. The liabilities are erv small. BASEBALL CHAT. Tho eerlee cf three jamen to be pla)d tn New York and llrooklyn the lut three daja ot thin Aeek will tt tbe moit Intel tftlng up to date tif the araajii from a locnl it and point Hoih the Uianta anJ Drldegrooma are plalns In mu ti better form than the were Un da a ago The New. orke loat )eterda'a came hut they Kate tbe Quakers an elt-n innlns battle on the Itt ttra on grounla, and no club can lo that with out playing pretty Ktm ball. It mlnht bo well for (iotham trunks not to itrt the Mea In their hi-arta that their team will bate any "coppr rl.eteil cinch" with tbe club acrosa the bridge Pout i a men are beclnninic to rultlvate a clou Aiqualntftt e with the horM-hlie. anil It U a o lemlon If they ure not hluir. the ephere a bit hurUer than the I'olo Cromda tontltiRent 1'erhapa there ! no mort In ahli h no many atorlea are pruiift' and then denied aa In baie ball II aouIiI vecn that annebo4) la roiiuntlni It la lurd tn tell Jut which iarty la at fault but uim thing tertaln that no matter hon truthful a btnry ma) be aome mannate or taptaln .ir ir.aiiavcr ta sure to deny It Tlu trouble U he di?n Bioile to atrenuouflj that one cin't htlp telletlns there la a little fre ammiblerlnft under tin amok the reporta of .ltacoiiie.it j l.oiton being a iae In i-olnt Ui.)ri;e Tebcau l playln a tplenlU outfield fcr the Waihlnejton Club One of bl utronic poind ta Mt Judgment on fit balls "White U'lnt Ii not a back number yet Luck waa with the nnrklyna in their carae agalnat Waihlnfton e4ten.ay Seeral of their hits took ugly boimla Just before reaching a fielder Otherwise the batter would have been easily retired at first Pit Fouti went to a specialist yesterday. who gate It as his opinion that some bio id trou ble caused the acute pains In 'Srlisort s ahoul Jtr and neck Touts thinks too many shower baths fright hat bad svmethlng to da with bis ailment "A change of pace Is IndUpensable to a suc cessful pitcher," aays Catiber Dick Rucittev 'dpe4 Is a great factor, but unless a man arle It with a slow ball, delivered with practically ihe same movement with which he aends In his hot shot, he'll be batted all over tbe lot A awlft delivery does not pintle a skilful batter Tery long, but when you get a. twlrler who can shore them over tht plate fast or alow tt keep tbe best of tot stickers gyts.lDj.' DISEASE IN THE HERD Tuborculosis-Infccted Cattle Dis covered in Qoilicn, N. Y. One Cow Mad Been Killed and Sold as Beel in This City. Mlllc Sent lo Various PoltiM nntl limit Danger I'.xlsls. Kanltary Rupt Dr. Hobrts, of the Hoard of Health, sent a communlcitlon to the .State Hoard ut Health to-day no tifying that body of the discovery thut a herd of cuttle Infected with tuberculosis liiul been shipped fiom Ooshen, N. Y , lo Mirlotis points, and is likely to sptiail the disuse. A visit ago yesterday, Meat Inspect ir Itoniajne seized four tpi liters of heel which Iml been shipped to West Wash ington M irket, this city, from rSoshen. The meat was found tn he Infected with tuberculosis, and was pronounced to be ihe w irt that had eer come under the notice of the Hoard of Hea'.th. Inspectors will at once set nt work to trace If possible the hoi tl from which the beef came, it was found that the diseased meat hail been shipped by Ira II. Smith, a C.oshen dairyman, nnd I)r Samuel K. Jolni'on, u veteilnurlun to the Itci.it .1 ot Ileulth, was ent to make un evunlnutlon of the herd. Ills lepoit wus submitted this morning to Ur Huberts He stated that out of n herd of twen-ty-foui inllch cows he foiinil that four were snrfeiliiK from tuberculosis In Its wor-e stave-, that otheis showed un iloiililcl smptoms of disease, and that the whole herd was likely to become affected The milk fiom this herd Is distributed at Mirlout localities, but the major por tion or It Is sent to Middletown, N. Y., where It Is cmtlensel, put up In sealed cms and shipped to New Yoik, where It Is put on sale ami most of It Is con sunn d. Mr Smith, when questioned bv Dr. Johnson as to why he had butchered tli tt tuberculosis cow and shipped It to Xew York, stated that the cow had an injured le' and was unprofitable ns a milk roducer. lie denied that he knew the cow was mulcted with anv dlrease, nothwlth stundliiK that he had been In the dairy business a number of yearn uml hud seen many cases of tubeiculosls. The Komi of Health however, tie r'ures that Mr. Smith must have known thut the cow was dls.i.s"il, nntl that therefore the moat was unlit for con sumption. The whole herd, Ilr Itoherts thinks, will undoubtedly be condemned and slaimditeie bj the St He Hoard of Heilth, the memebeis of whlrh are fullv alive to the tlaiiRers arlslnc to public health fiom such sources. l)r Huberts has not male op his mind whether or not to prosecute Smith, but dec lures that whatever the determina tion of the Hoard of Health mlKht be In this partlculai Instance, the next per son whom It could be found was KUllty of shIIIiib tllst'useil meat or milk to New York would be piosecuted to the full extent of the law. KATIE RUPP GDNVALESG1NG. Removed to Christ's Hospital, Where She Talks Freoly. ilerspy City I'ollce Senrchltifr for Her Assailant, Altrnlierger. Katie Hupp, the young C.erman womin who was bhot twice by her lover, Hern limit Altenbem'tr. Sunday night and , left o tile on tlu Kround near the Snake lllll almshouse, us still alive nnd much ! better this mululnir. The doctors ale amazed nt her vitality. They did not think that she could pos sibly live yi'rtteitlay, as she appeared to be fatally wounded. She bus one bullet In her head and another In the Intestinal regions. The Klrl Is so weak that the tloctors dare not yet piobe for the bullets. The doctors now think there Is a pjs slbllty ot her leccnery, provided blood poisonhiK does nut set In. The young woman was strong enough last night to be lemined from the Snake Hill alms house to Christ's Hospital, Jersey City. There she nas made some more state ments to the doctors. Sue sis that she and Altenberger arrived at Jersey ( lly at lu o'ciock Sun lay morning. They went to Holmes's restnuiant, on .Montgomery s'r"t, wheie thov had brtakfust The tiling woman also told the street anil nuinliei of the bonnllng-house where Altenberger toult her. but Chlel Muiphj has given uulers that this Infoimntlun should nut be dhulged fur the piesent. Chief Muiphy ls nuthtiilty fin the state ment that at the boarding-house Kutle Itupp did nil the talking The Chief s ivs the hoardlng-house people decline tint Allcnberger made no reinntks whntevtr about Katie nnd him self being married lie was very rede em The boarding-house Is In Jersey The police have recovered Katie's s'ltchel, panisol and her light coat, which she said she left at the house of ft Mrs. Mooie. The police say, huwever, thut the property was nut lecovered theie, but at the boarding-house Altenberger litis not jet been cap tured. Detectives uie wnlchlng the steamship pi. rs In Hohoken, suspecting thnt Altenberget tiny sail for Germany to-dav on one of the steamers leuvlnir by teh North-flerni.in l.lnyd line. Thf Spteo Is advertised to leave this tiftcinotm at 2 o'clock Altenberger's dt sjrlptlon is so thor oughly known now that the police do not believe he can get awaj. He Is five feet sU Inches till, of mtilliim welfht, with smooth face, covered with pimples. 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Lumdon IMS Oiford SIT..U IN BROOKLYN PLAYHOUSES. Harrigan and Other Favorites at the Park Theatre. "Hobln Hood" nt the Ampltlon, Mll lun lliiFsell at the Columbia. At the Amphlon Theatre last night, Hustern District people were given an other chance to henr the Bostonlans In their favorite opera, "Hobln Hood." The songs of the tlnkeis, the "Jet Ulack Crow" und "lirown October Ale" still continue to number among the delight ful featutes of the opera, II. C. liurnn bce's humorous cbaiacter, the Sheriff of Nottingham, seems to Improve with age. Jessie Ilartlett Davis, V. II. Macdonald, Ilugene Covvles und Cleoige KrothlnB h.im remain In the cast. I'AHK THKATHi:. Kiln anl Harrigan began a two weeks' engagement at Col. Sinn's New Park Theatre last night with "The Mulligan tJuunls' Hall." I.Ike all of Harilgan's comedies, the play Is n picture of n cer tain phase of New York life, nnd full ot originality. Mr. Harrigan was sup ported by his company, which Includes Johnny Wild, Annie Veamans, Hurry risher and llmmn Pollock COI.r.MDlA THKVTItn. l.llllan Unwell, In the opern "Glrofle- iJltotla." wns the attraction nt the Co- I It, ml la Theatre last night. The prima I donna w. is .supported by her husband, Sig. l'oruglnl, William l'ruette, Charles Campbell, .1. Dor Marie Dressier, Ada Dare, Oeoigle Dennln, May Duryea, Marie Celeste and Maud Tucker, (iltAND UPUHA-HOUHB. A company of twenty persons, headed by lame? und Honnie Thornton, opened n week's engagement at the Grand Opera-llouse last night. The play was "The Skating Itlnk," which has been en tltelv rewritten sln'e Nat Goodwin ap I cued In It as the star. HTAH TI1UATHE. "The Westerner" was played at the Star Theatre last evening It was pre sented with ,i good east and picturesque sceneij. A. S. 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ON ACCOUNT OF IIGMOvXl AUOUST 1 TO OUR NBW BUILUtNOB, 3, 45 AND VVXbT 210 ST . Wi: IIAVK CUT PKICE3 TO HlIDl'CK STOCK. "HUY OF THE JIAKKIt." GEO. C. FLINT CO., 101, I'.'tl nntl 108 Went 14th Ht. SLASHER GRAY ARRESTED. 4) Caught as Ho Was Leaving I Ward Line Steamer. Must Now Answer for AttncWuf Snioon-Kecpcr Rolttle. Thomas Gray, the colored man who e March 23 slashed Saloon-Keeper DeU rich Itohtle with a razor while In hU saloon, r2 Amsterdam avenue, was it rested last night at pier 16 East IUver. as he was leaving a Ward line steamer. day did odd Jobs alons shore and lived at 237 West SIxty-urst street. On March 23 he got drunk and ran amuck with a razor along Amsterdam avenue. He went Into Kohde's saloon at No. C2 and demanded a drink. Itohde refused to give him one, anl Gray chased him behind the bar anli began slahlng him. He cut hW severely on the hjp, side and over tt' right eye. Several men In Ihe store tried to stop the slashsr, but he swung his razor savagely nnd literally cut his way out of the saloon The police were set on his track, but failed to catch him. Itohde was remove to the Roosevelt Hospital, and later t his home, where he has been confined ever since. . ,,. Gray first fled to New Jersey and tnen disappeared from sight. Policeman Uauer, who has been keeping trac oi the case, was notified last nlsht w some of Gray s friends that the slaaner was coming back'-to New ork on Ward line steamer. , , .,,.. Uauer watched the steamer last nig" and caught Gray as he landed on i In Yorkvllle Police Court this nirnlnl Gray wus remanded for examination. BARK IN AN ICE FLOE. Steamer Sliilit. I'nkiiomi Ve-l l ii I)niH',eriiiin 1'onltlon. Illv ssui.lateit Pr?ii ) PHILADELPHIA, May 15.-The Dut" tunk steamBhlp La Hesbaye, Cunt Mn' nls, arrived here yesterday from Ant werp after a dangeious passage of four teen and one-hair days. She became tightly wedged In tremendous Ice no" on May 0 oft the Newfoundland coast. While forcing her way through tnii formidable obstruction on the afternooi of that day Cant. Nlnnls observed in n instance, tightly Imprisoned within tn doe and closely surrounded by Iivijje ic Islands, a large Iron bark under H" sail . -t.i Capt. Nlnnls could not get closi enough to the unfortunate vessel to an cover her name, nnd Judging from in way In which she was environed t ai thought that she had been Imprlsoneo for some time. Her chances of becom Inr released without assistance are poor, and Bhe lies In Imminent danget " being crushed by the toppling berfi that surround her.