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P ' ; . THE WOflLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 16; 1894. '
mm ' II BOSTON'S BIG BLAZE. 1 mi One Lifo and $500,000 Worth of fj m Property Lost. S'f Buildings Burned Number 137 ls m- Twenty-two Others Damaged. Sr.Kj ' About 2,300 rcoplo Left Homeless I, nt tho Hub. (nt Aaaoctatad Praaa. '' BOSTON, May 16. A stretch of smok- Ine, blackened ruins, coverlne more than a doitn acres, wan the picture at the. cene of yesterdiy's lire nt the South End revealed when the uln rose this morning-. A few stcamcri were still at work and score ot firemen were Mill explorlnc the burned liulMltiK'- House hold furniture and properly of every de scription littered the Ktreeta nnd hun dreds of people made homel3s by the conflagration were vainly wjuroliliiR the ruins of their houses In the hope of find Ins something of value remaining. Madison Park. Just south of Cabot street, was completely covered with fur niture And household goods, piled In a , confused masi several feet In height. , Scores of policemen patrolled the burnedJ district tind thousandH of slehtseers thronged outxtde the ropes. A careful Investigation this morning hows that about twelve urrr.i of ground Wer burned over and that about half a million of dollurs worm of propel ty was destroyed. Alwut one hundred, buildings, over two-mlrels of which weru wooden structures, have been wholly de stroyed, and twenty more were partially burned. More than 7S per cent, of tlm tU'iPr burned dwellings were dwelllnt? houses J Mat which were occnpl J by the poorer fiir classes, anil 467 families, or about 2,300 T'S f' people, are homeless. i The Doston lluseliiill Association nnd I the city of Hoston aie the heaviest financial losers. The property of t In former was valued at JTO.uOO, and Is a total losj The clty'a loss U oier Jluo, 000. Hut one fatality hns been repotted, u three-months-old baby bliiB mifrueateel on Berlin street. About seventeen per sons were injured, none of them serious ly. The most common Injury Is to the oyes, nearly all of the tire chleN be ItiB affected by the smoke and Intense) heat. Nearly a dosen Invalids taken from houses now in ruins were conveyed tu the hospitals during the tire, but norm was Injured or seriously affected hy the transfer. The burned district extends from G4 Berlin street to Walpole street ami to H tlriimell street, from Urlnnell and S.ttH fleld, on the north side, to 31 Hiirnlleld, then around In the rear of Hariilfld street to 1UT7 Tremont stieel. Iiicludlnir1 all tho buildings on Walpole, Cunuid, and Coventry streets; acrusH Tremont street to No. 102. then In the tear ot Tremont to Sterling, and along the north side of Sterling street to Cabot, , on the east side, where the lire was checked. fiom 41 Cabot street the ruins extend westward thrjiittli the b'ocl. tu Tie. munt, tiieuce along the t-oulh side of Uurke street to lTerllu, nnd on the latter thoroughfare us fur iih Ifenson street. Within this dlMile't every build, lug la eltlnl gutted or romiilvtel) de stroyed. Bhurtly after 1 o'clock this morning tire broke out again In the top of u ! brick block on the west side of Cnbot I street, and burned for nn hour. The :; .building was ilestio(il. Ill LIGHTNING IN CHICAGO. jj&R'l i: I Kht HiiIIiIIiik Strnck llnrlna; llSf1 llorm Tlirn- Vrslt-riln. Ofe , (Uy AmoclttrJ Preaa I lSi CHICAGO, May 1G.-A severe wind '-ritfr'i ani' electrical storm passed aver the wfL'' city yesterday, doing cuusldeiablu dam-1 t-'ai ' a""u- ''lle Lincoln I'ark Rmiltinltim nun tjj, struck bv lightning, Its IIukpoIc kuuckeil Kjh, to splinters and u large hole tout In In kvjji' roof. Another bolt iitrurk the Irving Iw Park school-house, tearing a hole Mr through the roof and vanning u p.inlu ft, among the schol.irs S4' Six houses In d.fferent parts of the fLrX- city were also struck during the sloriu v'm " "e wni1 billed. .', KILLED BY A CAVE-IN. ?P M Two Uenil nnd Titii Hurt In tlic A. .7 Owetmhum, llul., Tillinrl, t& T; Illy AaacvlatH Praa I I V ' BEDFORD, Ind May li!.-The Owens- lit mlre ,unl101 ln tne fwlt7. City Niu row- ' ff i , Gauge branch of the Monon, eighteen mJ miles from this city, cued In yesterday. $ J1, Instantly killing J. A, Trusty and Ozam i U if' Jackson, both of New Albany. Ind. I C IT. William II. Hurst, of New Albnnv, H' ",s9 received Injuries fiom which he J Ji ' will probably die. Mat Qiilnn. of New I Sf berry, Ind., was also severely Injuied f W- The accident was caused by removing ju a Lent. jk CHEESE POISONS TWELVE. r Three Person. In l.iiiiiiiHiiirt l.lke- ''" Hie of Tj roliKleiui. yL IF, (By AnftorlMt I I'rtei I jjyt.' I.OC1ANSPOHT. Ind. M.iy 18 -Peter W E Itothermel and famll. Maitln Cairoll & 1 and family, and Chuiles Mitm .ind fain- ii h. lb", consisting In all of twelve pirsons, J bave been poisoned bv eating cheese ?.K Soon after eating the cheese they were l' p taken violently 111 Phielruns h,i ,!, f ; were suffeilng fiom tjrut.ixlcon, or mlllt S 5' K?'"0"'n.K- Non.t" lM' '"''. b"t fine of U. them will hardly recover. L I - HIS ARM NEARLY SEVERED. 7 ' JB' Baltimore Hatter I'nlls Through a V ,flf( l'lte-01ns Wliiilnn. p it (By AsioiUtM J'rrrti if If DALTIMOHE, May It, - John C, '' W FrancU, a prominent hatter, of tiay an I it Baltimore Btreets. while adjusting mi SiS,' electric Ilgln In front of his stor.i last Sftlgj night received a shock which pnralvzed fitUb the ladder through a plate-glass win- $ low.. The shattered glass netrly sev- yEiSft ered the other arm from his body. 'ElqKi It is thought he cannot lhe, JKifef . trfcu.e , - , - 2TK found Demi In IIIh Cell. J t" 'V HsrrU Allm, forl-(n ),ir oil anl horn,.. If' jk, ' toml d.-a.l ihlt murnlnt In bit cfll IJk'B, ,0 "" n,k "'"' untlnn-houBO lit vm arrc.tt I Ml ssA- I?" "Iht J"' lniMlftl-n an, rt i a irnrn:nB hn ar ft' IKionren Smllh int i hi. rill i, c,n tm , OT, F to court lie found Allen d1 5. iW', Wire mn In Hrlef. WW ' CMM.?1.X'JJ;'riMnu""ur,l Company, rt ffS Bi E "I"', on of lhe lartMt minufrturr ot . fjj & '" "" ' fuel on scrount of the col .trlke Ui5w ' Wlnrbi.ler r.e Tnraptny. near Itslns, ln,l WfFf Jen nllei. r Kta "" llut"" "t B? E .!?'. 510!1"0'1' ssnual wnTtotlos ot the Am.l aSBBBBBBBBBBBBsl nli'viUfAJij ""J '" " Crt.. JBJBJBW tlan rteltter. ot Manayunk. wu' fdiml yeatirtar BBBBBBBBBBBsffr i r'J"- Tarli, fhllart.lpbla. II. I, Up. P I"" t Ute commuted, suicide. K'aVk'i: .iL.fi.'THf T Ht cf 1ln ' ? in U ths aWJaBsT' . 5S,w sprint stls of Fcssitusk before thertli; Wtrt 2f 4 . tteywIlTltjKa'oVS BJ -f-'i..:, Lsssssss!iimWss?isif t-'af'- -. THE BIG MINE CONFERENCE. Its Affairs Still in n Ohaotio Shnpo This Morning. Hiilf-niid-llnlf Compromise Which I'rolmlily Will Not (Jo. my AMoelated Treei CI.KVi:i-ANU, O., May 16 -Although one session of the coal conference had b"e held nnd night spent In caucus pr hail Intervened, the conditions Just before the conference met to-day were still very clmntlc. At 8 o'clock the miners had another executive session In Case Hall to perfect their scale of wages, which tvns to b later presented to th Convention In the form of a sim ple tesolutlon railing for a rale of 79 rents In the Pittsburg dis trict; M cents In the CenlrsI Pennsylvania District; TO cents In the Jnfksou ami Hocking Valley fields In Ohio; SO to ST. rents In the Malllon, O., District; from 70 to SO In Indiana and from Tu to K In Illinois. Hark of these general figures nro rates for the dlffirent subdltMona In each large dis trict, ,po that the matter Is almost as complicated an affair ni the Tariff bill. The most of It Is wholly uninteresting to the great majority of the miners ami opemfor. The operators held another meeting at the ilnllenden eurlj to-day and eontlu-' , tied their effort to unite upon u plan tu I be fellowiil In the Convention. A more llbet.tl feeling was manifest, but the Pittsburg tail men ami the Ohloans were still prettv far apart, the lat ter contending that the miners would not listen 'In the proposition discussed during the night to establish a rate of 15 rents for Pittsburg, with a differen tial of !i rents In favor of the Ohio operators. That proposition Is for a I compromise of Hie hulf-auddialf kind, being 15 cents tihow what th Pitts burg men are now pi) lug, und 14 rents below what the mlneis demand. llliode fftlutlll Yn Cunnllltillltr. (Uy Ancoi Ml I Pre.a rnOVIIlRNCr; It May 1 1 l.rir.l mill deal ever efteM! In KhuJe l.lanl al tonrltiUit je.terday lien ll.e Valley Tall and AIMon mills united The Valley Pall" (' tmrm'n la land fur IM1 4 lhe Alhlmi I'limpanv J37i S'kI Uy Jre I i-f union llie Allien p h JUil uoy Ihhiui CALLS MANUEL A THIEF. Mrs. Piiltrrsmi Could Vol I'rnli' II. mill VI a mi el In Dlarliiirueil. .Incnb Manuel, twentv six years old, living In u lodging-house at 317 lluwery, was iiiialBiicd In the Yurlcvlllo Cuiirt this morning charged with the theft of two oveirouts bv Mrs Margaret Patterson, Janltress ot the flat house, C'i'J l.rxlllKton uveuue. i Hhe uulil about u week ago Manuel rnlled lit the house und told her a pitiful I stoiy of poverty and hunger. Him gave him a hearty meal and Home .small change, ami told him that If he called ' the next dnv she would see that her husbuinl would piocuii- him some work. , Manuel promlrrd to rail, but failed to do so. l)n Monday nlht the Paltei hoii ulurtmelils were entered by way of the bHHemeiit wliiduv, and the two louts weiu stolen Mrs Patterson nt once susperted that Manuel was the thief Last ulghl she mt him on Third avenue, neat I'lfty Mf til btieet. and hail him arrested. When arialgned In mint he protested his In nocence, ami us there was no direct I evidence against him he was discharged. ACCUSED OF ROBBERY. The .Men Ilellevrd to Have Hern Wrnrluir fiitiri 'J'rnuwers. Thomas McMahon, twenty-four years old. of IS'J Hast ruurth sliret,, and I William Taylor, twenty-seven jeurs old, of '.Mil ll.ist Twentv-slxlh street, weie .iniilKiied III the WlUvllle Polite Court this morning chaiged with burglaiv In the talloi shop of .1. Ilngelman, of 'J3 Third nvenuc At 3 o'clock this tuurulng Policeman l'lehtel, of lhe Cast Twenty-second stieet station, saw the two men ruin ing down Third avenue, near Plfteenth street, with bundles under their aims. The turned Into 1 llleentli street. I I'Mihtel Investigated lend found that 'the men had on more than one pnlr of I trousers. They also carried a few pdlis of trouseis under llielr nuns. Justice I'eltner held them In H.WO ball each for ttlal A Veteran's Life SUI.II II V HOOD'S MsltHVfMtll.l.t AMI HOOD'S I'll.l.S. Ilcnllli llroken Down liv Hal Srrvlre. f-Sfe t fa .-: iTV- r,A ; j 0l l apt. . ( . Arelier. Tlicrei-roirue triciid to tbo toMlers of the lale ,-nr Itielr tieifll fuiullie i Unit) Cait, h. (' driller, of Utmirur He saw lard eervice and ' su an luiimate reiuiiul frleml of Die late Oen. llutler. I'or monr leara psat Capt. Archer Veen n i roiuineai L, t. I'eualun Attorne). llli natei e it folluwi "C I. Hood bio, nwell, Maea. I ''tieatlemen Asaiouilto' niv aerTlce In tbo n I bave runerej with rlitllt n I fever. I malaria, rlieui.iatliM, rlirento cllarrhma and heart tronluee. lit. beit me It. al attendance luu'd the u.u ouly teuiporaiy le'.iof. At the urKenl rocucituf my Mifn I ccuu.iieufe I to take Uooci a Bariaparilla and ioou readied a rroit fUinve. I le lets llocvl'a Sartapatllla aul Uuud't 1111a bars I fareil .My I.lfe, earacia'ly from tho approach of dlabelei. In rnaoot riaaucldlilreala the atumacb I take ice .f Uoot'a rills and lliey ili i?ts di Hoods Cures relief. I earneJliy adilae ovary one nho la efillc-ted with any of lbs abore-named com. plalnU to take Mood's Saraararlila and Hood's VwoUble H1U." B. O. Aicaim, 10 Hammond street. Cantor, Maine, , Get HOOD'S. newel's Pills core ronilfpatlon by reitonnff the partataluo action cf the aJIintalary canal. TRAMPSTRrTRAIH-WRECKINB Links Dropped on tbo Track Ahead of tho Ohioago Express. Trainmen Kljjlit the llolut Gang ami Take Two I'rlsimers. my A.aortetecl 1'reaa ) WINONA. Minn., May 1G.-A desperate attempt was mnde by three drunken tramps to wreck the Chicago exptess on the Milwaukee road, near Minnesota City, six miles from here. The tramps got on the blind baggage at Mlnnlcskn , nnd robbed the tool box on the end of I the tender of links nnd pins, which were dropped In nn effort to derail the I train at Minnesota City, The crew tried to capture the tramps. A Unlit ensued and, after a desperate I struggle, two of the tramps were rap tured, but the leader, nam'd Kelly, a I well. known desperado, escaped, Liter i he was captured, und Is now In Jail hole. I KELLY BOATS STRANDED. I - Two of Ills "Mnllors" Arrrstril fur ANSUtlltlllir lllclon Olllerrs. I ll Arwlate.l I'ren I EI.UON. la . May 10. The Industrial Navy atirted from Ottumwa promptly at , nou , yesterday, and encountered the worst section ot the river thus fjr met i I during the trip. I-ist nlnht one hun-1 died boats camped lnlf a mile below the I city, the re-,1 being scattered on shoal", rocks and son 1 bars, ten miles above. The Hock lsl.ind rou! ran all enslnes out of the rliv, taking piecaullons against an atteni'i'. to stejl tuliin. Dep uty sheriffs have oiders to allow no Kelly men to Inn I above the c.u.ip I I One bent did so and when a ilcput) i ordered the men orf, the Commonwealers i tluew loiks at the sheriffs, whereupon i , tli Coxevites were clubhel. Two were arrested anl gave bonds for appeai'iiKe I to day. Tbeie Is r insl ler.ible rxclte- I meiit and some triuble Is feared There i was another snull row jt evening In which sevei.il men were hurt. TRAMPS SHOOT AN OFFICER. runner In Pursuit Ai'Olilentrill M'liiiniled li n Posse. Illy Acaorlateit 1'leaa ) TON DC l.C. Wis, Miy in.-Klve ' tr.imiis were r. imped around . i keg of beer m-.ir the city limits jestercluv, unci when , lifllrer I'ont.ina or.biid tin in to move' Ihc-v opened lhe on him, inflicting a painful wound The, tit I and a party I of citizens tool: up the chase, which was kept up Hull1 darn John Mrle. ii fanner, tolneil the party and was mistaken In the dark for cai" of the tramps. He was utdeied lo Mop, but refuu'd, nnd was seriously wounded by a vollev from Hie posse. 'WEALERSUNDEJR ARREST. Abocil lo Srlwr (ireen Itlver Trnln When Tlll.ill In Cilstudy. (lly A.eorlate.l Pre. ) OltllllN ltlVlllt. Wyo. Muy 16 Thel ('ommonwealets who took a train fiom I l'liltec States Maisliiil ltankln In Mont-1 (teller have al lived here and made al reuuest to be put under urrest, but Mur shnl lliinkln tefiised to rctmply. A saud Klctrui was luglng and later snow' und i i hall fell, making the lituiKiy men des. i I penile. The were about to seize u 1 1 aln win it Marshal ltankln upon tnfor-I nmlloii f r out Maishal Pliikham, arrested I them. The) weie then hctiiseil and fed. Col. Copel.ind, with ita) soldiers, left ' Cheyenne for this place yesterday, and' Col. pollurd and IKS men of the Klghtrenth Infantry renrlieil heie at -3 o'clock this morning to aid Marshal K.inklu In the work of taking the Com I mttiiivi ulcus back to Idaho Marshal Plnkhum, of Idaho, will reach here this, evening with w.iiraiils foi the Cominou WraleiH who ale now liupilstined In the nt trior y. Nil Welcome for nlt In's Army, lllv AsocUIih Pri'Sl I I.VTIIOIli:. Pa . Muy It -llatvlu's AemnnlbM nrtiiy Diarchtil Intn luvcn yeatetday Miniberlns Hi men ty arlttal icninL They raintji-l on tho noitb hi le There a not a diet r nr wtlcone fcr them 'I Iw are iletllnrf n.llhiT fltntalhi nor atmlal- atn'e from llie tulnjl vcorhlntimen The army . Ivaic-a to Jay fur Perry Wriilrrs Tiikrn to Che) nine. vKftj.1 paivpcviv Al I fllr.M'.NM: W)c, lni PI -l;it,t of Marahal llanhln a Jepnllei In chart-e r,f iilnctei-n prtaonera from lhe I'omtnonweal Army atrevteil teiurlay at r..tt.llle. utrliea In thla rlo icalerilai 'ALLEGED FORGER CAUGHT. He Is Sulci to lle n Civil Kuclnerr In Deli-oil. Inspector McLaughlin leeelved a tele giam four divs ago from C C. KtaiU weather. Chief of Poller of Detroit, Mich , falling foi the jiiest of James It IV Witt, Ihlrtl -one )i.us old, a mini with one arm and a civil engineer of Detroit. lie Is wanted on a cli.nge of pissing a forged check of $i0 of lhe N itlonal Hank of Commerce uf New York, on the pro piletor of the Hotel Cadillac, Delmlt. lie Witt Is known also as .1 It Winston' and A .1 Whltne) He was arrested last night at the Ash I land lloun! by Detectives McCarth) and I Cuff, of Inspector Mcliiuglillii's staff, and was remanued by Justice lt)un at Jeffer son Market Court until this afternoon. lleUliltlun papers will be sent un from Detroit and he will be taken back there to stun 1 trial. A nun named Conway was arrested with He Witt, but he was dlschntged It Is alleged that De Witt Is a skilled forget CORONER CRITICISED. Mrs, MrCrivtti)'a Mother Siijn He Old ot Do Ills Hut). 1.DNO ISLAND CITY. I, 1 . May 16. i The Coroner's Jury has found that Mrs. I.Mary McCarthy, who died In St. John's Hospital Sunday night, as"ter having bieu beaten by her husband, Mellaril, cune to lur death because of Impover ished blon 1 and violence al the hands of the husband McCarthy Is still 111 Jail If he is re leased the people here so tb, v will have him Ir.dli'nl by the Oram! Juij Mrs. lijnti, rnulher if trie dead , woman, crltlclees t'ormer Strong for falling to take Mrs McCarthys ante nioitem statement. She sa that If he ' had done his duty In this respect the I facts In tho case would have come out, j a, I COUNTERFEIT LABELS. Printer Jnuiea J. McXIuskry Ac enaeel of iNsalns; Thciu, I Jnmes J. McCluskey, thirty-eight i years old, e. printer at 2(S Groenwlch street, was held In MOO ball In the Tombs Police Court this morning for printing- counterfeit labels of Horn boy s oatmeal packages. The complainant was Alfred E. nose. President of the Company, who claims to have been defrauded out of con siderable money by these counterfeit packages. McC'luskey's case was set dawn for hearing on June 1. Ms WrxsLow's. BooTtrivci Srscrfor call, area tteihlrur U to family benefactor; 30c. ee JONES'S WOODS DESTROYED. (ntwi'iniird Irm Yraf Pair.) of James Kitiuii next door. I'inan Is a j horse dealer He had three horses In I his Htnblc that were locked In. They I were burned. I .o Time to Hiitc (looilft. , No. CZtj Kast Hlxty-i Ighth street wns ' occiiied by John Itny. It also wus a , two-story brick dwelling, with a stable In the rear. Not even the walls re i inalned standing. 1 NeM, at CIS. Charles McOee, a truck- - man, lived In n two-story dwelling. Ills house and stable were consumed, but h t hot res were resrued. I Ktitu Duffy ocrupleil the next house, t No. f.10. In the rear of her house Charles Mooney, a private ashman, lived in a frame house, nnd In the reur of his p:.irn was the blacksmith rhop of Seldeutz A Schultz. None of these people had time to save n stick of their household goods. .Mrs. i Duffy made un effort to do so, but H portion cf the roof of her house fell, and he rushed out Into the street. Hlir Stone) nril (June. The corner lot nt Avenue A and Sixty-eighth street, was occupied by the stone-worl'.s of 1!. A. & O. N, Williams. It was one of the best equipped In the ro'inlr), Indiana limestone and Herman sandstone were carved there, and. In the course of manufacture was stone for some of the largest and most ex pensive buildings In the city. The wotks ure u totul loss, All the llnely cat veil stone was clacked and rendered vulueless. Two hundred and llfty men are tin own out uf work In this establishment. Slxty-elghlli street, between Avenue A nnd the river, was crowded with trucks belonging lo the irslclents of the block. There weie IW trucks, and when the t1ntr.es had tr.it ere ed the stie.t, all that was left of the tu wan a muss uf tan gled Iruu und buriKcl wood. M'tiei'inrrtioi'ii VIiiiinIuii Un limited The fire also extended nlong the river I f i 'jiii lowutds lb" south un 1 caught the old S'hei met horn mansion that has stood In Sixty-seventh street, near tho river, lur s-venD-llve eais. It Is now occupied on Hi" lirst floor by 11, Miller, and oil the second b) August Hrown. The llniiieH llteiallv leaped across SIM) -seventh street und clutch"d this house before the families were aware of their clanger. They were panic-stricken, nnd the tire men renin scarcely prevent several mem bers finm leaping from tne windows. The liulld'ng wis suved by being deluged with watei In the mean 'line the flamea were 'usiilug towaids the noith, and seemed utterl) be) nnd the rontrol of the lire men The :'oo lire lighters confined their efforts lo the attempt to keep the flames within the block bounded by Slxty-sev-tiilh and Seventieth streets. The buildings 111 the two groves, all of which had betn nsvvly (minted, were Allied olll completely. Oil the river limit side dancing pavilions, bartooms, shooting galleries, bowling alleys and dresslt.g-rooms crumbled like paper. "Old H.iinesteuil" Totally Destroyed Oil the Avenue A Mde. JiiBt In the cen tre of Washington Park, stood the his toric; Jones mansion, commonly called "the Old Huiiiebleiid." John K. Bchul thels, Jr., who runs the grounds now, lives In the building with his family. The entlie family hud u mtirow escape from death. So rupljly had the flames spread that the house was filled with smoke, nnd the flames hud ulieudy taken posse:, blun uf the wooden tower near by und madei n llumlng toirh of It when Night Watchman p'tanre got Into tlm limine) and uwulca the Hchulthela fumlly. The old mansion wus completely destroyed. The crowds that watched the tire were enormous. They were ith great dif ficulty held In check by Police dipt. SrliultJi nnd his men, until the arrlvul of the reserves frum the Hast h'lfty llrst and i:ust Thlrty-lirth street sta tions. Tunnel Workmen Fire. On the rlvir fionl the ftsmes destroyed .he iioiks at the foot of Sixty-eighth street and thuse at the foot of llust Seventieth street. l'lom the latter dock the flames ugaln got away from the tlremen and leached I the burnings of the Hast Itlver lias Com pmy a' the mouth of their tunnel theie, and the entire pi 'tit, tool huiu-p, boiler room and adjacent buildings weie de stioyrd. Theie weie thirty-five men nt work In the tunnel. They were forced by the clouds uf smoke to quit woik. It wus repotted that when the flic Jumped in ross Seventieth stteet to the rlnintles on the hill and the works of the tlas CompaiD's tunnel tin ex plosion of d)iiuinlte occulted. It was ulso gem mil) believed that seveu.l had lieen killed Hiu'li. however, was not the i'ut,e, although several men came near losing their lives Heseiiei! Irom tin Tunnel. Among the number nt woik In the Shalt at the time wits Cliatles (lllleside, who wus away down under the Last Itlvir Aftir the Hist sci lntb.e for safety land the- loll was railed by the foreman 'of the gang. It wus found that (illlesple was missing lletllng no response to leneated call ing of his in me tt was at fust bellevt I that he must have peilshed, and it I M clued certain death for any one to go down llftel hlin j James nupa'ilck and James Miller, however, two of the King of vvoiknien, 1 yoiu.iteered to go after the missing man. I III order to read him the) had to de Bcend the hidjri 117 feet, and then follow the hid of the tunnel They weie gone for over one hour, and those watting anxiously on the hill I tliouvilit that all had been lost, when the rescuem reappeared, carrying Olllcsple. All were exhausted from Inhnllng the I gases (Illlesple would certainly have died hail It not been for the bravery of his comrades. ''-mints Jump from Windows. I Nearby were a number of frame shan ties, the occupants of which narrowly I i scaped being loastcd alive. Henry I ltelliy, with his wife, Mary, and two lohlldien, lived In the llrst, near the row i of four-story tenements. With their children thev Jumped from an upper .window ltelliy fractured his arm and , his wife her leg, but the children were saved Maggie McGee, who lived next door, I maniiM-d to escape without Injury, und John Acker, who conducted a carpenter shop next door and lived overhead, lost evetythlng. I.iimlirr-Ynrd In Danger. I For a while It 'ooked as though the block .f tenements would go, too It was only bv neglecting the rett of the tire and eunibl ting thr efforts to this block thai the tlremen were able to save th in. Anotnei point where the fire-fighters htil dlfllciill wuk was at the lumber yard In Avnue A directly opposite Jones's Woods Severnl times the fence and the ureal piles of lumber caught tire but the Jozn watchmen quickly extinguished the l.ltle blajes , Vleueil h) Sound Hunt I'uaae.nurrs, I The view of the fire from the river I was belter ilnn at any other point. The Pall Itlver boats were slowed up as they passed, so that the passengers I could get the full benefit Hundreds ; of people nlfo cnuld be seen watchln? the lames from Hlacltwell's Islnnrt and Itavenswood, 1,. I , both of which places I are directly opposite Kast Sixty-seventh street. At 7 o'clock the lire was under con trol, I.ast night the P. J. Meyer Associa tion had a dance at Jones's Woods, and It was 3 o'clock before the last of the guests left the place. It was an hour later when the flames were discovered. No Idea of the cause of the fire. san be ascertained. Fireman Moore llsty Die. In coin to ths firs Fireman Richard T. "Trefousse & Co.'s" Celebrated Gloves IN Kid and Suede. SILK, TAFFETA AND CHAMOIS GL0VF.S. And for balance of week Balsan Biarritz Gloves (jl pair. 18:h St., 19:h St, and Sixth Ave. Moore, thirty-five years old, of Hook and Ladder IC, wns thrown from the i ladder by a sudden turn at Sixty-seventh stieet and Second avenue, lie fell under the wheels and they Iixcsci over him. Hoth his ltgs were troken, and he suffered Internnl Injuries, lie was remove! to the Prsbylerlau Hos pital In a dying condition, and his wife I at High rtrldge was notified. Ilattallon Chief John Fisher wns nlso I thrown from his rnrrlage by colliding j with a team dtlven by some unknown 'man, ut h'lft) -second street and Thlnl I avenue. He sustained fevere contusions of the scalp unci wus removed to his home. The OrlKln n M.vstery. When speaking of the fire nfterwards Mr. Sohultels said he could not give 1 tie) slightest Idea as to Its origin. He I had retired, he said, at about 3.15 o'clock 1 and had bean usleep but u little while when he was awakened by his , wife. Looking out of the window he saw the whole glove on tire. i Not only was the Coliseum ahlare ' then, but every tree seemed to be on I lire. He figured out his loss at tGOO.OOO, but I the lire adjusters who examined the place said that J3j0,(XW would more than cover it. I John D. Crlmmlns, who leased half the block on the north side of Sixty eighth street, lost about JIO.OCK) by the fire Ho had a number of wagons and harness stored there. With one or two exceptions, all the buildings were I fully Insured. The Ueitlmnted Losses. The losses as reported by the police are us follows: J S Scrnilthele. Umpire Colleeum. !tOO,l00;cov. erel liy Inenrance Department uf Street-Cleaning, $5 000; tnauranca unkuocn. I II. A. & a. K Wllllima. atoneyanl, 1100,000; fully Inacirecl. Kate Huff), duelling, 15,000; InaureJ. Jobs Hay. alalile, K.OOO; Inaured. Jamea rinitati, duelling and etable. 14 000 John I'imill, delllr.K and atable. 17,000. Mfhael nolund. duelling and atable. IS noo Patrick Dean, duelling and etablu, nlth Loraes and aeventcn tdge, tC chic). Total, 2JI,Ue. Hesldes the above are the following: Heat Hirer Oda Company, machinery and Lulld InKS ruined, and the damage eatltnaud at about :o ooo Job!! U and T I'. Crimmlna, tniclta, barneaa, etc atcjred on Slat) elgblb atreet, damage, $10 Ooo. Jamea Walron. who eaied all bla boreea, loat Ibreo rarts and aevtr.il acta of barneica John Hat Hand, elatile H.uOO. Joint Cnedolt. stable. I7.UW. .Mm Kllfov, (table troika 15 000. Thomaa Yeung, atab'e, U.OoO. DuiitiU O Connell, trucka Henry Arker. three abanlea adjoining Una Tom piny a norka on Seventieth alleet about tt t00 Carroll only tdgneel a live ) ears' lease a few days ago. He always curried u full Insurance on his trucks and horses until this year, when he failed to te new It. Historic Jones's Woods." Jones's Woods was opened fifty years ago It has always been u favorite t plae e for picnics and dancers. It Is only I a mutton of the old Jones property I Thirty-live yours ngo It was leased by Prank & Maghee. and from them passed iiliing to Ilorton & Schlltknet. ln ISO It was held by HerYman Sulzer for live weeks, and wus then leased by John T. Srhultels, whose son now con I ducts It t'p to 1S7J the park extended over to I First avenue, but at that time It was , 'lit off ut Avenue A It had Just been heivlly stocked with wines and liquors, 'and piepurntlous had been going on for wteks for the Saengeiftst, Snloon Plre llelli-eil liierndliiry. WIIST NI1W UltllillTON. S I May 16 -The building owned and occupied na a aalcun by Mr Maria burly burned at 3 o'clock thla morn ling The loai (a J I 000, rotered by Inaurame The urlaln of Hid tiro la unkliotin. but there la rtaaon to believe that It viae In.cndlary A Fire Horse Hurt. While Fire Patrol No. 9 ee on Ita way from III atatlon. In W'eat Thirtieth atraet, laat night to take the pla'e of Klre Patrol No I, In Great Jpnca atreet. the wagon ran Into a wagon of the Kaatman neef-1'arklng Company at Twenly-alath atreet and Hroadvcay Tie !olo of the patrol wagon waa amaancd and apllntera from It ero driven Into the flank of one of the horaea of the , patrol e.ag-n The enltr.al aaa replaced, and a veterlnar) aurgoon itilhed up Ita eaounda GOING AFTER SUNDERLAND. Detective Hum Kxtruilltlon 1'apers for the Telephone Cn.'s President. Hequlsltlon papers for the extradition I of John P. Sunderland from Newark, N J , were made out to-day and De-tectlve-Sergt. Von Gerlchten leaves this I afternoon for Newark to bring back the defendant, who Is wunted htr; on a , charge of grand larceny Mr Sunderland Is President of the Sun lerland Short Distance Telephone Company, of 17'j Ilroadway He was In dieted last week on complaint of John Urnstoff, a tailor, of W Deluncey street. Krnstoff fays he gave Sunderland $1M as secutlty upon being employed as collector for the Company. He wns not K'vtn any work to do, nnd when he de manded his deposit back was given IV) The balance was promised him, but never paid. Of Interrst In Itrnl Catate flayers. ! Auctioneer Peter r. Meyer will sell on May 22, nt the New York Ileal Estate Exchange and Salesroom, 111 Droadway, N. V.. at peremptory sale, 137 choice and valuable, lots, situated on Second and Third avenues, Eighty-fifth, Eighty sixth and Eighty-seventh streets, liny ltldge, near Fort Hamilton, L, I., which was consolidated with the city of Hrook lyu anil Is one of the new wards of Brooklyn. Lots In this vicinity which sold five years a,ro for W0 to JM0 on the side streets ate selling for almost as many thousand dollars now; naturally Third avenue. Second avenue and Eighty-sixth street, which are the main streets, are much higher and In very much de mand. e v FURS On Storage. Fur and Fui Lined Garments, Rugs and Furs of every description Stored and Insured against damage by Moths and Fire at very moderate rates. During, the Spring and Summer, alterations and repairs at exception ally low prices. Articles called lor free ol charge In this City, Brooklyn, Jersey City, Newark, Eliza beth, Roselle, Cranford, West field, Orange, Montclair, Mt. Vernon, Yonkers, Dobbs Ferry, Irvlngton, Tarrytovn, Sing Sing and Staten Island. Stern Brothers, West Twenty-third St. That old carpet of yours is worn out, you mil)' sweop un til your back and sides aclio and j. y o u can- z5y not rostoro ns-j$v?e i t s faded nI. fH yu c a n jfi WmWs do is rG" vr$nsikfnLh Rtm a suvinc ..-- pots nt 08c. that were $1.25, and tho former t?1.00 caipets are (5Dc. Inerinina as low as 26c. Don't wait until next season; thoy will bo dearer then. The same is nlso truo of our $14.00, S18.00 and $25.00 Bed room Suits. Greater bargains were never offered. j Conio in and wo will quote I prices that teach tho scienco of economy, and wo will mako tho term of payment to suit you, too. J.H.UTTLE&CO 3 and 5 West 14th St. TWO MADD0GS SHOT. Oui- of Tin-in lilt ii lloy, mid the Other Frlitlitfiit'il Vedlnllle. Neiw that warm weather Is here, mad doss have heRiin to upnetir. Two rahld utilinulH ere shut by policemen early this morning, ona of them after hltlnt: u hoy. It was shortly nfter midnight when l'ollcem.in KLintze hearel nrrejmii of pain, mliiKled with the snapplni; und tenarllns of ti rahlil eloe, at the corner of Chetry and JacKhon streets. Theie he found William llobbs, fourteen yeurs old, of 2i!."i Montoe street, nursing n se vere bite on his leg which n dot: had Inflicted. The animal will running nlons the stieet Biiapplnu nt every object It en countered when Kuintze overtook It and settled I In bltlnir career with ii bullet. The shots and cries created some eclteineiit In the neighborhood, und many itsllents thought a murder .ii lieliiK committed. The boy's wounds were iiuitci l::ed I At a o'lloik another rabid cur ran along I'list aenue, near Klghty-thlrd stieet I'e-elestilans scurried Into con venient stores to get out of leach of I the brute's leeth I 1'ollceman McCarthy caine along at this Junctiiie unci by u well-aimed shot sent the clog to the canine hapnv hiinl Ing grounds, and Yorkvllle breathed easier. "Disfigured For Life" Is the despairing cry of thousands atllicted with w Unsightly skin diseases. Do on realize what this disfigura tion means to sensitive souls ? It means isolation, seclusion. It is a bar to social and business sue cess. Do you wonder that despair seizes upon these sufferers when Doctors fail, Standard remedies fail, And nostrums prove worse than use less ? Skin diseases are, most obstinate to cure or even relieve. It is an easy matter to claim to cure them, but quite another thing to I do so. 'CUTICURA REMEDIES Have eaineJ ths right to be called Skin Specifics, Because for years they have met with most remarkable success. Thete are cases that they cannot cure, but they are few indeed. It is no long-drawn-out, expensive experiment. 25c inves ed in a cake of CUTICURA SOAP Will prove more convincing than a page of advertisement. In short CUTICURA works wonders. And its cures are simply marvellous. Bold thrmifhont the world. Prloa, CnTicm. flOc ;HOAr,3Ar.. Huor.vxKT.Cl. iitttm IiEfn awn Cncu ior Nolo Props, Iloatnn. "All About the takui, Bcalp aucl Hair ' ' mailed free. J&& FBEE ilM , f ' 2 BABY CARRIAGES I l "Alir Mm SIMPSON I go:s, I I WSv5X 539 & 541 8th " H' w-Cor- 37.h St. I 5 fymn CALL AND LEARN OUR PLAN. 9 V IVrlVi VANTAtir. nt'- this uniikaiiii op oVkkIi 1 f Till: I.AIHJT.MT LINK OP CAIUUAfJItS IN Till: t!ITV ! 1 f HA.NDSOMEST IN DESIGN. FINEST IN QUALITY. ! ? i,ovi:t in riticit. " hard tmes make low prices.: V TWEhVE FI.OOI13 FILLED WITH hAHE IlAtlQAINS OF EXCEPTIONAL! Y rnnn i A VALUES AT IIAIUl-TIMB rnlCE3. EXAMINE I1EFOIIE I'UllCIIASINU 1 WE t-URNISH A HOME COM 'LETE WITH ' 2 FURNITURE. CARPETS, STOVES and HOUSEFURNISHINQ GOODS- M At on. prices and that the lowaat Caali or rrenllt. Splal attrntlnn hWm,' i taDlrr ,,... c S w " wl 'K"1" ,or "" "0l" p,unl llllnlm Combination Chair and Ilocker-tat7.il. Hit' I tf farcnt poaltlona and patent toot-real. "cer iwenty dit. PRICE S2.5 PRICE J PA.ISCNalin ELI'.VATOIl TO ALL TLOORS. ImcCLAIN, SltffiPSOftl tt CO.. i THK ONLY O.NB PRICK (.'ASH OR CKEDIT IIDI'Mi: IN A.IIKHK'A f 639 AND 54 I EIGHTH AVE. N.W.COR. 37TH ST tavr-eivaVBivtoiaVve.v'jvtvea- ta)- No IWoney Down IF TOU 8ATISFT US YOU AEB TUB IttOlIT TAItTT. J. & S. BAUMANN. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING Furniture, Carpels, Eedding, Lamps, Baby Carriages, Oilcloths, Steves Pictures, Clocks, Portieres, Crockery, Refrigerators and Tinware, Tlio! v. lio ranneit call can write of anje propoMtlon of termt ami name nilt rcct-lie prompt atlcntlaa ihe We allow rcilioaa fara both ways to out-of-town buyers. 8th Ave., Cor. 19th S Notice lo (lur I'alrcn.i V Arte Open Snluriln Nlchtu Until to o'clock. See tho corner window for our famous COc. Keultwear. WM.Y05ELIS0II SPECIAL SALE Chilrjren's Suits (Ages 3 lo 14) ' S4.85 . Galatea SuiteSI.75 BOUSTOiWWAY anaaaaaiBBBaaaBaaaaBaaBaasanaaaBaajAmasQamsaajaajBBjaaaaB. Ciolhinc bonpht of tu kept uro'secl an J repolnd Frio of Cbntce- Ladies' Clotb Capes, fy.OO Colors and Black, embroid ered, braided and arranged with this season's triniminr.s. rormetlyKolcl nt m toito.) Moire Coals and Capes: Fashionable " Visite " and " Promenade " Toilettes, in the new Moires and Silks. $l6.50 d'ormorly sold at IM to . Lord 3 Taylor, Broadway & 20th St. Furnished Rooms to Let. 5IIIlsr.,W0Vl-Sr.-'liilrurlooriirlvitoLouie, eoa, bili. FATHER O'GRADY MAY DIE. Slarderrr of Jlilry Cillninrttn Too Wink to Btnel Alone. tny Aaaoclltecl Treaa.) CINCINNATI. O., May lC-Fnther O'Grndy, 'he murderer of Mary Qllmar tln, continues to sink steadily, and It Is thought that unless lie Is taken from Jail within two weeks he will die. For three weeks he has eaten little or nothing He was taken to court yesterday to plead, tut nui unable to. stand unnsslsted. When the Juili;u put the question, "Guilty or not guilty?" O'Orady stood mute. Twice Judge Kumler repeated the query, and O'O rally's attorney then en tered a plea of not guilty. He had to be carried back to his cell. Last night ho was apparently unconscious of his surroundings. A FIFTH STUDENT MISSING. rrobnblr Addition to the L,Ut of Uroarneil Ilnrvnnl Men, (Dr Aaeoelatea Fraaa ) BOSTON, May It. It Is almost certain lhat W. 8. Hockley, of Harvard College, was a member of the sailing party upset In the harbor Sunday, and that he was drowned with the other four whose fata was reported yesterday. C0WPERTHWAI1 Seven stores full of FttrM nitiwe, Carpets, and am household (foods, at I o team, prices and on the canicM weekly or monthly termtM PARK ROW AND CHATHAM W Ba ill THE ATLANTIC 'I ln I litest Hummer Chair, carved WB1 s'ntleel rs.it, luxurtuiiiily cotufortablrjH1 ins tie or uulbide use. ''B' h SI. 5 The Otli Ave. liitiiinann ih still heH1 ) on see ! .K Anllciue Oak Sldebc.ird, ft C 'ljB' with .Mirror 0inV One of thu b-tt tuiuss of the uA, Iu lint, nowhere- c.in you nee) Mich n(B aud ht li-.li tlei:ns n. nt thw hoii.e. 9 Kurnltiire, Curpvts, Mfiltlrijis. HeddlsjH Ilaliy Ciarr.afc.s, t'lockie. 1'lctureW;' I. imps. Toilet Sets, Hefr Igerators, 1W Che.ti, Stoie, Oai Stoven, Kanges,! CASH OR CREDIT. K LUiWit. U fWU i ijDiPf 258.260. 2G26 liAvo.. re.tr 17th j;jnt ftldf the Htirct, renit tiller H Oper HntuiJa, oMt-nUig until J o clvck- jswir NOTK Tu Out ifTimn llotus m 10 ciHb In tliniiii in t,ar Mull Uft Uti-vrtBH for die 'New UluMrjli 1 (Vital it ij )oh will ttW lutti (roFiiHiton ot tin fip.iiil iy cuiUnu litaluabltf nurk c a Umih ut rrrnoms hei nf.'.1 of Punil'iire nr HonHhnM clooJi. inlfl proline arnlMnn Uelie. from ii" l Hint tH without tin iron ii f i, nil mm uf a I-U. Ciftt ciro ghen Iu pjiMmt anl bblpplnf OVll TVMMt SI 00 per wcelt on V J2 ."0 per ! on.J 1.68 per week en. ..100 3 CO per week oi I 'i 00 rr wtek on liu 3 .".J prr tk "" "rupture! fPEBKAKEItTUr CURED Vn? Ho Pay Until Citrti. lVtrtfer)CiH-4.000l, VO OPERTIOS NO DETEMTION FROM OUSINZI jrs-For Clrrntarai autl Kanli ICfer Kdclrrnft miy ot ittir oUlre. THEO. E. MILLER CO. lucorporntce! t'nnlrnl iV Surplt". HI.IKIO.Oim. , Ottlrr In nil Inrwe rlrlrn f .!,l NEWVII1IK oriUCE. a K.S.T30T1I 81 '' ' " ' ssg jf THE WORLD'S, V lmii'" ) Nix 32d ST. Jr I DIED, I LAItlOAN.-Os Monlar, at I P. U JOHN UM, IUAN. H funaral at 10. JO A. M., Tauradar, MafH from raaldanca, l4 Kulton at., Drooklra. H 0'nniEN.-W.dnedar, llay 16, I MM, JAaS O'nniBN, balovnl brother of Dees O"0rjH Kuneral from bU late rtuldeuc, 38 Uf KMat,, Friday, 3 P M. irtWi4,)eii,wrttVtiifiti;toH