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IS'S o frTHE WORLD; WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY IH, 1804.
li 'JACK FIGHTING AGAIN. ,f K MoAuliffe Said to Have Attacked ISL Griffo at the Kaco Track. !" Thcn' ,l ,s RoPorlcd Ho Got lnl0 m. W' a Row In the Barroom. i ES'i I Bf K Tald Too Mnny Visit, lo llio " Oolil Bk H Cure " Room. K' Wk Bkl'B Some of the person, who were unable BMlr track until 8 o'clock or Inter last night ! M'J.lM.h nay there was flRht between Jack Mo -i.'Hp AutllYe and younK Orlffn. They also say fJH- McAullffe. got Into a llerce flRlit In th.i l;'iR! barroom under the Brand stand. I'a-1 K'L' terer Mcdrath and Hob Tlnkerton deny BB-jK the story In every respect. They admit Kt'.Vf that GrltTo and McAulIKe were at the i Hf-ft track, but say there was no trouble. I Hfff 2 The etory Is that .lack had mnde fre-' Wf'A ft. quent trips to the " Rold-cure" room, I Kit ; and was flghtlns drunk by the time the H f 4 last race was run. He heard that younB RM jf Orlffo waB at the track and, It Is said. V j . hunted him up. The two are said to ff' ' v have made passes at each other, but K ' (4 neither was sober enough to do much ;" i V damage. Friends are s,ild to have sepu- S ? rated them. K j The rest of the story, told by the per- mu i 'a sons who were at the track, Is thnt K& f r McAullffe, two women and Home men 3,4 '' adjourned to the bar beneath the stand. K ; Borne one In passing spoke slightingly of !,. ; ,' one of the women and McAullffe Im- j i 'f mediately resented the Insult. f l V, A free 'fight ensued, In which bloody i. l i nosss and black eyes were about evenly p. j If distributed. One man had the Icb of his M s trousers torn off. :: ? (' Plnkerton men hurried to the scene ti j ij, and the fighters were ejected from the Kl I jr course. McAullffe and his party finally V r V g"t Into carriages and returned to the H ? ' city. i fa" This Is the second time McAullffe ami vi J if Toung Orlffo have come together In ' t ;, forty-eight hours. They met In the Cole- ft? j Z. m'an House a few nights ago and ex- Wkt I jf changed blows. One nf Orlffo's friends . ' '&, "Urew a revolver and McAullffe reached Br ' V- ovef tne bar for " bottle. The man wllh H. I (-,. the revolver was hutled nut nml Orlffo L ! W was taken away by friends. Wv 1 it .McAullffe and Orlffo have been at w- I s swords' points for some lime. Home B-r ( f meddling friends carried tales to the ef- K' 1 5i feet thst each had said he could put p, 1 js the other out, and the meeting at the rl ( " Coleman .Honse wns the first time the ) rH rnen mel'face to face since these stories ft 4 m were started. awT t .is, m I HANDICAP ECHOES. wk i tj 'J"? An traicltil (lermtn ca.uat a lot rt -rnuii K; I i" meat in U tusd. Fmna oft iccHfOtnlly runtird ?. V, ' fcli wltt aildi rather rouithlr, n1 the German WOfir, W torlitl4 up.worw han a, carload nf trcuplnfi. Wtl t A took tb unltM tITorU of hli wife aod several H.vu i v othtr women toktep him from anntbllatlnii th Ht i K BBfortunaU InrJIrldual bo puahnl Ma wife. At H' t U- ft pilar Inttrrala rlurtng the aUrrnnnn h won 11 an t 3Vi Clowtr on tha oITander, whn ant only a fer afala B tnf.f rar n4 with "You puihed my tUt," tha actna liv IK would ba renew4. Lw-1 V prtttjr younc woman In a flowrfd allk drfti Ht' 'S ,I tto temerity to mount a bm cm ths Un In V- tV order to get a icnod lew or the llandlr-ap. A Hr' TKe choral ot admiring 'Uhal" roae from the crowd i KrL "Vx aa aha loomed up Mka a Godilcia.of Liberty. WK iMJ1 Th4t however, wai nothlnjc compared to the bowl j Bi ('l that aroaa when the girt a "young man' ilo V' iK' ttoantad tha box and tenderly placed hla arm $ rftftit around her walL Finally a big policeman cam LBl '(?' loE an4 dlaaolred tha "living picture." K't qLm Ninth avenue and Twentieth atreet train K TBf war an lung lait nlgbt (hat all ot the rara ciml H yfl?' rot ruD lnl ,h atatlun. Three or four hun- K9 'tV dr5 raaengera itlll hold ticket which rnuld not ILi vffi ba- taken up because tha patron alighted In Lwl iPv Vwintltlh atreet El1 ff?' One young man, trih and green, went to a LLy ' ST look maker and wanted to bet one ehlnlng dollar KtJ ftj on Copyright In tha Handicap. "We don't aelt Wkk i ' P ner'" "1(I ltl bookie, Bcornfully, and the K ft; young man wandered a ay with a look ot ba- mf Wy, Svtldarad aurprlae on hla face, H&? Vf' Tha ring waa badly arorrhed on the laat rare. HV wrf EVoroy, who openM at 20 to 1, waa pounded all Lm. Kir over tha ring, until at the cloae only & to 1 could V -J' be had. LV 5- 'Ho many men one tneeta to-day who relate Lv'l C-y UM ' wo regarding I)r, Illie. All Intended Rr Soij tr play him, and the "plpatoryM excuara one Lw Irm' "f would fill volume sKo wV Feraona who left the grand stand by way of my. IV- ba ataJrn leading to the railroad platform after Mr ivi U ,a,t r,c m,y ,mI thankrul that they live to IM P9 1,'t th ul' Kuch cru,b never before ' t ; aeen at a race track In America. The police p j4 J? peatfd to loaa all control of their wlta and the Jt f' mob had full sway, Kvcrybody wn1ed to gat jV , bom a, and tha brute Inntlnct aeemed to prrdoml X vata In tour peraoni out of Re, Every train '! tl drw ,ID raided by the rrowd. Men lS. J women atruggled for aeati, while thone who r v-f,- were caught In the Jam back near the buildings V. f; pnahed and strained to get free or to get nearer ;i Xt the cart. tt made no 1lfTertnce to soma perauns if ? whethe. train were In motion or standing still. I & T1'' alraply lumped for the steps and Iruttwl to .1 ?; iuck. That dozens were not killed or Injured M fi a marvel. Soon after the races Edward Dowl- ? p, lag. a carpenter, of Second aienue and Ninth tt w tret, Drooklyn tried to get aboard a Manhattan P- fc BeCB trtln t.Thlrd avenue and SUty-flfth street. lifer Ew Tha train waa rlng rather fast, and Donc HR fc WB0 B"l ' 00 Dr Illre- md P"r Jump of V IY !t ,n. luring lo get aboard. He fell under the b&. Whesla and lila head and one leg were cut off. iB Eti Thr- r ' Handicap lost and found ade 2 'f& printed this morning. One Is for a scarf-pin with fcy a diamond aettlng. another Is for a coat, arvl h r another for a woman'a pocketbook. Fifty do- ftf h lara reward is ofTered for the return of the pocket- F& fe? book- 1 KC Tb wddemt men of the dty are those old race Si tSjjv track roundera who paid their way In esterd f U tor the flrat time lo many years, and then got Vi h roaatod by tha bookmakers. Getting & bad turn 7 &k ,ick ' not unuul. b"t to have to gh ud Cj ' ?ntir a h08, TK u fclntul ln nir w jj eaUmaUon, ? POOLROOM IN FULL BLAST. f m J if H":' Weatcheatcr'a Monte Carlo Ilolnir n J, 'f. 'Thrlvlmr llu.lnc.s. iV ft1 'WESTCHEaTBR VILLAQR. N. T jfj "6 May 16. The pool-room back of Kbllns's $&- ft Westchester Hotel Is dolnu a thriving & W(' business. The room wan crowded yes- IP b: terday, and books were made on the j K. 1 Oravesend. Louisville and St. Louis Jytf Jk. races. Kft V" ..'rllS room ls a hR- birn-llke structure, I K' 4 60x100 feet, erected especially for this (? W purpose, and 1,000 persons can be aecom- a . IS' modated. Six bookmakers pay sonio- 5$ K !h.lns "I" .a. da' ,or the PrlvilcKO of X'3- Si- taklnR the public s money. sVM ' ' .J'. '". a "clud'(1 ,")"" standing about K l " feet hack at ""' u wi Tarms road, and Kf E? nurrounded by a thick growth of trees K-t. Jfr No one passing the place would ever KH' p suspect that a pool-room was In full KS . rf blast. BSiv f .t.Thf place w-?s "Ided iast Winter, and Kit? ti- January Grand Jury Indicted l'ercy V X Nagle, the reported proprietor, and ri a twelve bookmakers whj sold pools Iflfc They are now out on ball awalt- ll hi . taS trlal . . V- 'TWAS AGREAT EXTRA. !i "T"" ISVenlnn Wurlil." n muni, Wtt Heat Thrill All. Wi' wi Those persons who left tho Oravesend Mg; P track yesterday afternoon Immediately i Wfch '14. Biler ,he Handicap was run and got Kl W oboar1 trains for home were suiprlK-d1 BBa K .ifnln.1 "orld .Extras there cou- sHi . IV talnlng the result of the race and n tie- msaV SK ! ," ew "t those who were In tin i k?TS wSriu?" . hey rt':u' "The Kvc"'''k j BBk $lml? w.Ii,w.1 U c?.ul1 bc that "The Kvcnlng i-,llS' iyr?ldii,S,uM Ket he, result of the race. aaaaKiBi i;2gequtker lhlin lhe train couii KMSS&v'eTA'h". ESS,!0 Uay ll,UKe w" LHV l'lMtlTN'N llljlllll-tluil HHHHf'a th S"?""" thli inornlDf Juxlrr Il.r- PPFBBHFOt ilcaled th. InluiiLtlQn of tiivld Mci'lun In Bi?"MP?BP;? ' ' Jo1"' ''0,,r" u """"' H CT.rln. .J NBO SSA Ital r.lnh: l"CC.?le1 """'"i". ItV-M'1 "",w,k" M,,Tu ft. v r-vH if 1 k. ., BASEBALL CHAT. Tha Ctantl wer stacked np agalnat a hard thing for a certainty In jeMenlav'e gane. To be sure, Wettervrlt as pounded mor4 than freely, and vet the ecniegiie rt bin blla wa InrrensM intmtandally by a few ltianee nf Por fleldlnc Ihtr ere to Rlsrlng faills roii mlttrd hn f alla rtrorfd in !iort-centre field. On tlif other lmn-1. rilladelpMi put up a anappy same, nhirli if ronllnued wilt push them alongside rt the Irad-n Capt. Ward IhlnV It hnrdi fair thst Crons, of the riillllea fboutd ne a lt je glote ejrh sn rAtihrs tif at hla pnitln.i nt third Crona a'opped two sNtnninrtlrelif hut grounder, thit triont rertainly wond hnt pot ev from lilrn If bo bad onlv the nmill gtote on that fielders Cit'tnmartl"' wear The New Yrr ptan had n l"t nf sport or tlie rrult rf the IT'VUn 1Undrip with I in F""d naturod Amua Hiile Amle couldn't fee anttlilnit in 'he n-e liffor the rtart but 1 Alaa !( .i tiankini u Crrtvin's Jorkeiirilp, nnd he lsntcrd rhirle Turrell n ifit'rnUi I thit tht- big lairhfp r.nullv plnneil him down on i I et It was a ill! h unj way ou nould lo. k at It for Knr-ell. n he hld tb- Makes. And he j In holding ihein jet, for Ann thlna AJs Is i running s'i I i M-kln will tl In !-' game, and It l ' llt'elv thnt Kan el: ll ratrh. with one of the1 teener. fmHiU Stafford, at third i Walt until the New Vorks strike WsshlnK'nn or floston flfrnln and watili tbrm limb the ta t ler Hmoklyn and New Vrrk are row within b.Tt- I Ing dlriiii'-e nf tarii other. While the llrookUns rri trnuiirtm- the Fenlors the phltdephlita were showing the New Yorka a trlk or two about I the i-ame worth knvnc Should Hrrvtr.tn win , to day and New York or the rlulu will t" tied Meekln will probshly pltrh for New York to diy, anl an be renin to he their wlnnlne. Pllcber tin' foregoing awful rtate nf effalra may not come to m The pl-as of bard hifk and ad teres umpiring run hardly be urged In n -counting fir rMerday's defeat It seem that p were Just outplayed -that's alt William Pfann -ht ounht to dispense with a few consonants in hU name- tltnokljn s new pltrher. Ik thirty ) cart old, over C feet tall and weighs ZOO pounds While here President tljrne toot a run ntr tn Harvard t'nher tty and had a talk with Tim Keefe, as a remit of which It ls by no mins Improbable that Tim will pitrh for tha Itrooklyns. ; Ibmton Herald. This will 1 news to President prrne. He , went oter to t'anibrldge. but failed to find Keefe. tn a game with Kanas rity Itet Sunday the Minneapolis t'hib rdo nine borne runs The , Flour City Club should put In a claim for the reronl. I Out of the twenty-four time Turner has been I at the bat at Philadelphia Park he has made ' twelve hits When "Yale Murphy fields a ball he appeara to be on springe ans the Philadelphia Times John C'larksnn has already been engaged to roHh Yale agnln neit seasin. It Is a pleaaure to see Mcflraw. the Halttmore third hasem.in, throw, lie lurdly makes an fort, but the ball goes like a shut. The rao wilt be between Ttoston. Cleveland and Pittsburg enj-a Patsy Tel eau. Phil King will have fiunster and Altman. of Princeton, and Cnngan Iloswelt. Ttlakely. Thomas and Iteene. nf the University of Pennsylvania, on bis Cape May team this Summer. President Hart, of the Chlrago Daaeball Club, haa released Fernnd Ilaseman 1 II. Camp and Pitcher W. R Camp. Ilolh pUrera have received , otters from the Western Lfague Teama from the Harlem acht Club boat Cro-Mis and tola played a five-Inning game nf basehall, the 1'roriis bnvs winning, 21 lo . The tBama were made up as follows, fwu- Horn , Stelnmsn, lb., rberer. 2b , A. Korh, 3b . Coma, m ' McKenna. rf Oaltn, rf , Kvera, If . M Korh. p toUMelnman, f , Sucker, lb.. l.aor. 2h Sands. Jlh Iteany ss . Moran. rf Urns sella, rf. Carroll, If., Fltigcrald, p. Umpire Mr. neither. Ambrose park, Prooklyn. May IJ Madden. 8. Hildsnn, 7 llatterlee Crowlry and Itojlan. Har per and Kervln The lliidvme desire to arrange I name for Sundaa with uniformed teama between seterlern and twenty-tine years of spre. Addrees J. K. I. llreen, if) Fourth atreet, llrtHkl)n, N. Y. GOSSIP OF THE TURF. The announcement that Pierre !orlllard Is going to rate his horses In England will not surprise thoe pernom who know the master of Itsnnras i Ho has "retired" from the turf thrt-e or four times, and now be will make another try at the T.ugllsh end of It, hoping to add lustre tn hla nami bf victories that will compare with thnaa of lm- i quoit and Parole Mr, I,orllIard Is one nf the moat ardent lovera of rahoritt In Anuria, j but his hot teniiHT has kept Mm In trouble, and j he has had less enjoyment out of the sport than i wn bis diie He wss driven off the turf nrce by the Dwjera, . v;as made the prey of all the borso shnrks, nnd he believes to this dny thnt j tho defeat of lamplighter In the liroukhn last year was largely due to Jobbery. Whn he sold out last )rar few pTB'jtn bellevel he would be tn retirement brng Tha old fever apparently hus relied him, but hu wants no more of the American end of the business, and will rare onie more on the arene of hla greatest triumphs. The victory cf I-nrllUnVr norae Iroquois In lhe Kngllsh lierby waa greeted wllh National applause, and It Is doubtful If there ever was a horse In the Lnlted Slates that had a stronger following than old Parole. The rhrry and black mar not be seen on the rare tracks of the Kast for many a day, but whether the famous old rotors are car ried In KnRlsnd or are stowed away at Itancnraa they will ftlwav be held dear to lovers of the horse and of bneat sport ami n. Tho Wnodhurn yearlings will be sold to-night at the American Horse Rirhauge. There are forty-three In th lot. among which are relatives of Counter Tenor, Fnihall, Chant, sly Msbon, Llsmore, ItacIhitT, Utile Fonto. U lance and other good ones. After the yearllnga are dlspnaed of some Hsncocaa horses will be put up for sale. They Include twenty two-year-olds and one three year old, It Fr-d Foster won more than ffio.ooo on the Itandlcsp he baa got It. Of thin, 19,000 gnaa to hla mother He piaed hla burse In the Wtnter lnk to win StZ.Ooo, and the Urnoklyn Is worth IIH.OOQ to the owner of the wtnnlng horse. His mother wsnted to rome on from 8t. Paul to are the race, but Fouler wouldn't allow her, Foster bad been talking so much and so confidently nf winning the ta e thst the old lady wauled to eee the bcirao do the trick So aa not to make hla nml her eel bad over his refusal to let her travel Kast. Foster told Iter ahe could have hair of the money Illce won In the rsee, The firat thing Fos ter did after breaking loose from the friends who wanted to shako 111 w bsnd over the victory waa to telegraph lhe Joyful new a ,to hla mother. He also mad t a good winning on Klorov Alto gether It aa the greatest day In his life Had Clifford won Kugene heigh would be the grejt man of the American turf to-day, and would have broken all records, scoring a victory In the Kentucky Uerby and the llrooklyu Handi cap on the same uay. Tho Hit of the fvrtv-fonr entries for the four year-old Futurity Tmtllng Slakes for the August meeting at Terre Haute lias Juat been ghuu to the public There were four hundred intrles at the beginning, nnd an thi-r Is mil) one more payment lo be made, tt Is eipected that not Icai than twenty-five horsek wilt appear mi the track th day of the race Th fort j -four include r-p- lesentatlves of nil the be it hrenla The stakes la now worth J 23 W0, mid will have an aggregate vain of at let l!,tot. I Tha ruu-tng race for J1 000 a side, hooked to 1 om off ai Overland Park. Hmver, ycstexlny af ternoon, Allied out More than t.wat people tud I auivuibUd to wttneiot the lace Afhr hnnie delay f'ehnin trotted a heat alone, and was given the dtclslon and stake money Those persons who made bets vlth I. eon Stede ker In the M Inter Imok whbh he openei deserve' little svmpathy It was common talk about upper Hroadway that he Intended to welch (inly two of the nu ir six Winter U.ik wire i-onsldered sol vent and an) person who Is rat) t-nough to bet In i Wirter bm.k r.lih a mn he han t sot the turnout confidence In haa no kick romlnK to him If he fluli he haa bet-n webht-d In reuard tn the webhniK c sieibker at (iravenend, however, thril ls a dlfferemt- The perw.na from whom be took money were slmylv rnlbc I If the ttruokhn Jni key Cluti or aio ither J" kev . luh. in tcolnu lo allow webhlne without guaranteeing full protei -tl.-ii to rat'igii-ra, th.- puhtb ought lo know It In t inner vt-an It was t urtomitry for the anoeia tlnn In '-ate of welching to return the amount , bit bv u peram whi had a winning II ket W hv the association should pay only th amount bet ( anl nut the winnlnm al- car nut be answered sat lifai-tnrlh The Association Is raid $100 a diy by I the tnriVmker for the privilege nf making a brvik Th- patron of the trik paa for admlton The! rae traik I suppnried lv these revenue, the two , tn rt-iiiiv r-omina fmm the t-ne aurir- the patn-n Without lhe uprm and rol will anl the bet- I ttnt; of the publif lhe ra-in could l.ot ,e t.el 1 , i when lhe man who rlve life to the lurf Is r .l.be bt a Ih'evlng bn.Umaker lhe -atlon offera unit rariiil r.-.lt.. t would seem thai In ! all Justice lr.w rtw" latlon la fully llshle f,,r ' rhe a. t uf ih tMkmakers, nnd anvthlnx h irt of ' full payment to the persons who let wllh itelekrr i at lirawarnd vesterdav w.uld tie unfair It nboubl te all or nothing The Asvtatlon a Hat I- In frit f..r even tontrart carried into by Stelekcr with fie (uiblln clerdav or It should not py a cent The Metrhtr ebouH not be -onfounded with Henry Sle-I.ker who ta rne of the test-known IookTrakiT In the country anl prosperous The pin-rtvers are happy to-dav. Out of rrofes sionai .ourtsj minv of ihem pt a bet down on J r Itlce The gcnljl thv.irian after whom luo' (.lilum nsm-.) tt-e jt of course dltn't III bis namesake run loose. Ui ' Hiiiiiiil Aliout Tovtii. Joifph llomker of 49 Aeetrne D. wai sent in the penttentlari for el months by Justice Huran 'wHe"1 fr Hlnt drunk anJ mlretlng hts Morris O'Connor, who sneaked Into the (iouver r.eur I ospital stable last night and Kioto Ambu Itpre Krlver Thomsa ItuiYe watch, was held for trial to day nt, Ksacx Market Police Court Harry Ilernsteln and Kdawrd Han, thirteen and fifteen y 4-4 ra old rt-spectludy. were held for ex amination i.-day by Jutft Hogau on the charae of auallng HS and thrtm pawn tickets (mm tha JllAller"atr 'n ' K,Uer Vttmr' lttr ! Morris lUrdowsky and Rntomon Morris, two tf,lori' . &9 charged with keeping sweat ahfipa at Chryatlt aireet ware feed (or rla ii"ir b3I Jlt-. HogAn In Kaaag Market Court priory Insour Mary Docaly. va complala. i V SALE OF FERRIES DELAYED. . Complroller Fitch Again Sorved with an Injunction, I-'IrM l I.IUrly lo Mr Corrlrd On Indefinite!). A tlilnl temporary Injunction, stop pIliK iIih nle nf tin- Slaleii Ixluii'l nml Hay ItlilKi? fvrrleK, wiih to-ilny nbuuncl nti'l served on fninitroller lltch. JudK Daly, uf tliu l.'ourl at Cnniiiion l'lea, Rtnntcil lhe riKtialiilin; onler on iiipll ration of (J'orKc II. Itolilnsnn, who lr HiTlbcs lilnnilf ns n Inxpnyvr. lloliln unn Is supposed to repieMMU coinnmter?., bo nlijoct to pnylnR 10 crnts faro to Ht.iten IuIhikI, vilipn they ilo not use tho rapid HaiiKit (rains. Tlieio nre rlx person trying to secure llio ferry leises, nnd between them the Injunction Ini.'.lni'hs Is likely to he ear ned on mdellnltely The prlnclpul light li belli mnde by President Atnhro.ie, ot the South llroolilyn Kerry Company, who wants to Kt possession of the lljy ItldKe Ferry, and John II. Kt.irln. who lj nfler the control of the Stntcn lcland Kerry. Ambrose's objection Is that he In practically shut out from IiI.1J1.ik bo c.tuse the lease specifies that the liny Itldge Kerry shall bo run from n dock owned by tho Htnteli ltd tin liapll Transit Company, nnd th l.imllnK place on the othc- shore shall ba Plxty-flflh street, llrooklyn. This provision ent.illi n hard ship on nil bidders ixcept the present lessee, the Sea Iteach Itnllrond Cimpany. The South llrooklyn Kerry Company would be compelled to line nnd pay tor tho Slaten Island Company's slip when It has a slip of Its own ndjiilnliiK It, nnd no other "oinpanv than the present lessee could effect a landing nt Klxty llflli street, llrooklyn, because thu street Is not opened lo the waler front. The Sea lleaeh Itnllrond I onipmiy owns the bind, nnd could shut out all competitors. .Mr. .Htarln objects lo the conditions In the tftaten Island lease providing that If any other thun the present Company should be the successful bidder the Htaten Island Kapld Transit Company must be Inilemnllled In the sum of JITo, WH for wharf Improvement!". The Stntcn Island Itapld Transit Com pany Is a hold-over lensc-holder since I May 1, IMS. It Is paying, besides the rental of Jll.flnO for wharf privileges, 11 1-4 per cent, of the lecelpts annually, but will not pny that percentane for the period since May 1. 1MW, If the lease ls sold for less than that price. I'endlni; the decision on the In junction, Comptroller Kltrh to-day post poned the sale of the leases until May SIDEWALK AROUND THE PIER.j Park llnnril Will Obey l.lernll Hip Conrt'n Miintlnfo. j Mandates of the courts nre literally i obeyed by the I'ark Commissioners. I In executive session to-day the Coinmls-' dinners discussed the Injunction ob tained by K. Augustus Schermerhorn on behalf of the City Club restialnliiK tho' Commissioners from carrying out their , plan to build the Harlem Speedway with' only one sldewulk part of the distance. ' On account uf the pier of High HrulK'' ! being In the way, they proposed to I i abandon the exterior stdcwnlk for n ills I tiincp of 3i) feet and to connect the rlv-1 erslde with the landsldc lit that point by tunnel. I It was claimed that tint plan wns a cle.ir violation of the law. which said nothing about tunnels and said dis tinctly there must be two sidewalks the entire length of the driveway. Corpora tion Counsel Clark so Informed the Hoard, The Commissioners said they would obey the law to the letter anl or dered their engineer to prepare modllled I plans, providing for double sldewnlks, ten feet In width, all the way, Including a ' walk around the bridge pier which Is to , extend tn the bulkhead line, established I by the Secretury of War. STREET SPRINKLERS MAY SUE Lair HriieiilliiK Their Coiitnirt I.r-liirf-l ItiiiMiiiNtltiitlfiillll. The city Is likely to be Involved In costly lltlgntlon over tho law repealing the street-sprlnkllng clause In the Con solidation act, Just signed by Gov, Klower. This law ls designed to revoke the con tract under which Tammany n year ago conferred on a number of favorites the valuable privilege of sprinkling the streets In New York City. The benellelnrles lire known ns the Street-Sprinkling Assoclntlon. Their contract runs for ten years. They pay the city M,oi)0 a year for the use of Its wnter, ami In return hnve the exclusive privilege of sprinkling the streets nnd the sole Income (heiefrom. The city's Intciests are not protected by the contract. The city gets no extra compensation for the Increased supply of water needed nn.iually as the nuni ber of paved sticks to be watered ln- 1 create and the Company receives the whole of the money collected from the i proportionate number of customers I nd led, i The purpose In repealing the law was to abolish the present contract and i make competition for the street-sprln- kilng privilege iKisslble. i In the opinion of lawyers the law Is unconstitutional. They say the Street Sprlnkllng Association cmnot be de- 'prlvi-il of its lights by legislation, and that Its contract with the city will hold good. Public Works Commissioner Daly Is of thnt opinion Assemblyman Unh-rlson, Republican, of this city, Introduced the bill in the Legislature. MISCELLANEOUS SPORTS. June tt-e probaM date rf the t'nheralty of I'entiiolTuiila-Annapolis boat race Capt. lluck waiter of Annapolis, has suggeuted that date and Annapolis as lhe place The referee of the Yalo-H.tn,ird dual Famea ntf thrown mil thrt mile walk nur which thire was mu-'h illsaallafaet on alu Hi. I tu more points ti Im now HiiKgctiMl th.it th rule walk be aban doned in foil, ic .ithlelle rntiti. The eve-iia tn the Memorial Hay bicycle meet at Asbure I'ark will lw as fidluwa One mll novice, one mile open I'Ism A, hall-mile open i'Imi l, twn third mile. A V W hampionhlp. ont nula handicap Claas II; half-mile, mih under flftem. half-mtte ofen. I'liih A, ou tulle Mvii muuth CouDly i hamplonthl;i Sanger and Tjlrr ure In arthe Iralr.lnr Rt Hptlntleld. They wilt ro to Waltham as aayn aa the track (here ta ni!). The opening o( the intcrnatlonAl regatta at Austin, Tex . waa grtettM by a bltf crod )eater day JtVv Caudfaitr f Ortltu, tun., and Henry reiere.-n, of San I'rsnrltc.. were faorltea In Hie to big trial heats and reaulla th-wed thnt beta were well placed. Tbe first raco i n thv pro gramme, a Junior amateur single on anl n tulf inllfa with tutn. waa in by John Mdhnuld. of Austin, In I! lS-4, lth A Malcolm, of HI trials aecond, and 1 Heasemann. of St 1oiiis third. The other rraultt wcif 8eein I rae' three milts lih two turns, won by (landiur In till 3-4. K Tutnman. of Tnronto, eecond fM Kogers, of Saratoga, third. Thirl riee. for prol (raalonala, first trlsl beat won by Henry Peter son. n( California, In r: i Teenier, of st Uiuls recond, and tleorge Hosme of Hoston, third Fourth nee. amateur sealor single, tbree-ousrtrrs of a mile with turn, ttmetn Fnd tlatrlch and Fred Koenlg, both Of St. Louis, woa by KoenU In 11 03 S-4. euiB 'riUlao whips bare a far Interests them selves in American coaching, particularly the aerounts of the trips betweva ,w York and rhll&drlphla, that oue of their number has Issued a challenge to any American gentleman who Is willing to drive agalnu the Farla-Trouvltle record- -HO miles In ten hours and forty minutes with contract horns for HO. 000 a )de. The tlmitatlfn la that the Amerlran Is to drlre him aelf, unaided, over tbe entire distance. A. I. No on haa accused Peler Jackson of being highly educated In anything but boxing. i.'oit.rtt taa bad mors schooling. 1 more observant ud la better read. SEEKS HER CHILD'S FATHER. MiE8 Monroo Comes in Vain fr:m Chicago to Now York. Sl.r Wns Ma.lel fur Alnny flny Nudes lit llin World's Kiilr. lhe Chi 'aRo limited express which pulleil out of the cSr.it' Central Hntlon ! this iiflTnoni bore anions Its passen-, 'Mrs a blonde young woman of magnlll- i ci nl physical proportions. j A chubby blue-ejed biby boy was on j the seat beside the woman, and crowed I at the pe.iplo on the p.Iatform ns the ' ; train moved out of he station. j j Th" youiiK woman was .Miss Helen C. I Mm roe, whole physical charms were re pioluced many times by the sculptors who modelled th ilsy nudes which orna nnntcil some of Inu World's Fair build-! lints. .Miss .Monroe is now on her way I to (.'hlc.KO after a fruitless search In Mils city for the father of the chubby j j boy. An "KvcnliiR World" reparler this morning obtained from .Miss Monroe's , own lip her siory of mWp.uced conll ilencc The man lor whom she ls hunt ir Is 'lurl-s llrmard, otherwise i harles Tickler, who Is not unknown lo a (.- tuln cxcliiidcu s.K'lai set In New York. Th stoiy o! her misfortune, as told by Miss Alouiot, l as follows; I Hhe Is nineteen years old, nnd the ilnutclit. r of a prosperou. shoe manufac turer of I.ynn, Mass. In a spirit of reck- liss lnde.endnce -lie vm to I'hlcaKO i and applied to the art department of I tho World's r.il" for it position as a i model. Sh- was at one" accept, d, and i poled for the sculptors for many weeks. , it was wl lie ensnued III this occupation , that she met Tickler, wdio was then I manaiter of several hotels erected by Dr. ('. A. Doran for the accommodation I of T-c expected visitors at the Kalr. I Tickler, she says, overcame her sen. ! plus and they lived toKether as man and wife at such fashionable boarding houses us those at 14(." Michigan avenue, 4S ISast aixtecnih strict and Jell I .a Salle , avenue. Hhe says she was repeatedly I Introduced ns Plckl-r's wife and that they vd happily toxelher until she 'I'ouilded tn him thnt sho was about to ; become a mother. i He then left her suddenly without nuikuiK any provision for her or the child, which was born leu months airo. , Miss Monroe appended tn Inspector 1 Hhea, of the CIiIchko pollrc. A warrant ' i was sworn out for Tickler's nrrest In I ! December, but he kept iiwny f-om j i'IiIi'uko, so It could never be served. Two weeks iiRo Mls Monroe determined I lo come to New York and see If she could find Tickler. She learned, she says, that he had Kalned an entry Into I Rood society here under the name of llernard. I n'recto-Shea procured for her a pass to New York and (,-ave her the money In pay for a sloeplnu-cnr berth. She found, on nirlvliiir here on Friday of last week, that Tickler had been ad vised of ber coming by his friends In Chicago and that he had left the city. MN.q Monroe had a letter to Inspector .McI,aUKhl!n, but that ntllclnl was un able lo help her. She found herself penniless In a stntiRe city, nnd was compelled to nppeal to Sniit. lllake, of the Department of Charities and Oor lectlnn. Mr. lllake procured for her a pnsH back to Chicago. For several days Miss Monroe wan dered about the city hnplnic that she mlRlit Ket news of Tickler, but without success. "It was pretty hard," she said this morning, "to be so placed, but I was worklnc for my boy. I broke the baby's bottle yesterday, and havlnR no money ti buy another I hedged an empty beer bottle from a saloon-keeper and man imed In wrench the wire and patent stopper from It, so you see Charlie has not suffered for milk. I had to ben the milk, though, from a lady In Sixteenth street, and she kindly gave us shelter for tho nlKht." The proprietor of the magazine for which Tickle solicited advertisements said to-day that Tickler was a member nf the Olympic Club, In San Francisco, and had managed by usinK Its name to get Into the New York Tress Club. He studied law for a time In the oftlce of llalclay Henley, In Chicago, and lr.ter had an olllce at 101 Sansnme street, In that city He was recognized aa Tickler al a reception given by a weal thy society woman on West Seventeenth street, where he had been Invited as Mr. Charles llernard. He afterwarus wrote to all of his New York f I lends apologizing for having de ceived them as to his real name and making a imrtl.il explanation of his rea sons for so doing. While In New York he lived with Lawyer Thaddeus !. W'akeman, of 91 Nassau street. Tickler, or llernard, Is now engaged by Dr. Doran, of Chicago, to mnnage sev eral of his hotels, which have been turned Into Hats since the Fair closed. CHARGED MTH BIGAMY. Mlddlelon Is 711 Yeilrs (.1,1, lull Is Si.lil to Ilnve Two IVItrs, William Mlddieton, seventy-six years old, was held In $1,000 for further exam ination In Oates Avenue Court, llrooklyn, this morning on the charge of bigamy. The complainant was his wife, Sarah .Mlddlelon, of Hockaway nnd St. Mark's avenues, The woman, who Is said to be ' Mrs. Mld.lleton number two, who wns formerly Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards, ap-1 peareil In court and presented her mar rlace certlflcite. Mlddieton refused to lecoitnlze her. i Mrs. Kllziheth Mlddlelon said she was imrrled In .lanuary. m, mi. I that MM- I dlcton lived with her but fifteen months. Her only complaint was that he was too find of the society or other ladles. She I Is seventy years old and now lives on i Ensrx street. ! Mr. Sarah Mlddieton wa married to ; the defendant In December, 1S32. i Clued Her for IIIkIi KIcUImk. i A Inll nnd pr.-it.Mln j-ounr trunrtt. tivmty J Ihrif j fiirt olil. rm .lom-rllif.l ticrlt Magitla Xollf. KOM'rncin ot .0 Writ Trnty-nlnlh trrl. ai flnrit 110 In Ihr Yorkvlllr Police I'ourl .his moinlnc Shr nn'ritrd Uit nlht by Pxllcrmtn lirll, ot Ihr Hil Thirl) -firth itrrn imllon, hi Ihr vornrr of Thlrlv. fourth itrrrt anil rcon. At'nur. She ia. .urn unilt-.l by a crow.l ot mrn amt a itolns lomr high kicking, to ihr muirmrnt of th nnlookrn. - . Her "Inrrlnue Aunnllril. Jutlft iVMrlen. of the Supreme fourt. to-day granit'd Jlamie Jnhnron. a handimme woman, aNvi. t!iIrty-flo year old. an annulment ot her m.urlJKe to Abrahim Johnann. The rouble wrre marrie.) Marrh JT. JMI, and hae one rhlld In j tv:. th rlalntlff learned from a brother of her , hiikand tht the taller had been married to one Mary auhpxal In tMeteland, O.. beforg her marriage to the dt'ftndant. i YOUNG FUERST A FORGER. I He (in. If. 'MM I on Hla llmploj ctn' !k. ' in. dirt, l.l.il Wns Ahoui . I.eiive, ' Mlllon Fuerst, lhe Blxteen-ycar-old i SJIi of llcrmnii Fueist, of 2M K.ist One Hundred nml Fourteenth street, was ' remanded In Jefferson Market Tollco , lug the signature of his employers, H. Court this morning charged with forK A. Kosenfeld & Co., M Illeecker street, 1 to a check for $300. Ho was their book keeper. I The hoy went Into n clothing store Yesterday morning and purchased $110 1 worth of clothing, which made the sales man suspicious. Hupt. llyrnes was notified and an Investigation was made. ! It wus found that young Fuerst hid purchased u ticket for Chicago, and In tended starting for that place by tho Dciawttie, LacVuwanna nnd Western Itallroad last night. Detectives walled for him at the ferry, nnd when arrested he admitted the for Kerr. Tho check was drnwn on ths Mechanic and Tradirt Dank. t VrfaTTIiii iT-ffi v ii Tit nt t in fli'i i-1 SEARCHIHE FOR HER PARENTS. A Missouri Girl Writos to Sheriff Soiton for Help Slip Win Klilnnppotl from Her Vir ginia Home Years Ago. Sheriff Sexton thl morning received the following conirnuulctitlon from t).rtngfliti Mo,. FrillMiFIKt.ri, .Mo. May 7. l?9t. Tn the Fherlft of New York I)tir Sir I wa aiolen 'mm my parnta frftm rami N'hil In Ihr flair tt Vlra'til.i when I ai not n-.nrit ttun lo eara old. hv H.ibm Crow and Ma wife, Foptla Cro hno rnal.len name waa llh I am row either tfnlj-four or lrnl) rli n i.ld-I rannol tell which 1 know nilh 1 11 4 of the fart of my havlnjt been itolrn frmn my t'arpnta. Lm auppoe1 I aa i h bIM uf Mr an-1 Mr Crorv until 1 aa twelva eira old. nlien wrrc living near tiialt HIhIiikk. Va. At that lime MIm MMe WinCim tame to Mr t'rnw'a, anJ I, tn an adjoining mom, oerhrafi1 a roneraUon hetuen tier an 1 Mr. Crow, wnlfL letfAird tj me Iho fact that 1 waa a ahil n rhIM. an-1 my name waa In t'rliinn fr I'arlraton anl that my nvtirW va lliriR an' th 4l ah lld not believe 1 ai deal, anl thnt f hart a brother llvlnrT, and that my i mother' mmi mib Inex Carlelon or rhirletn, Ti.it waa fourteen year aao nent month, and aliift that time I hve Ihel In dread or rny life, aa Mr. Crow told me ff she tlioiicbt I bad otrrheard lhe irr.erMtlon ahe would kill me thn and le done wlh it. Slne that time ahe h.ia often threatened it kill me, until for fear of mr life 1 left home and found employment na a dommilc 1 hive ufTred un'old a icon lea oter my itreat mlaforttme, and 1 ank ymj and all totem of humanliy Into whnMt hand thla 1 may fall to help me nnd my parent anl brother I If they are living Adlrea all letter for me to He. O. W Iltifhey, I). l. S'atlon A. Sprlnitfleld. Mo ina ('Ani.nTns or pahlkaton. Thla letter wns accompinled by the following; SPItlMiKIKM). Mo. May 7. IW1 I take great pleasure In vtailnK that 1 am veil aeiuMinted with the writer uf the atoe and thnt ahe la an ratlmctile joiinn lady and h member rf mv rhiirch, and worthy of the ronfl.lencu attl help of nil Rfo-l people In her efforts tn find her pa i rent and family. I'leaae do all ynu can to ferret I hut this djrk mMiry U W HL'OIIKV Pastor llenton Aenua M. K. Church. Spring field, Mo The sherlff has pet several of his dep uties on the cape. NOT A CANDIDATE. Comptroller Fltcl. Dcclnrrs lie Will Not llun for Mnor, Comptroller Fitch ssld this morning In resard to the report tlut Tammnny might nominate him for Mayor In order to w.u the German vote, wnlch has been dnftlne away from the Wigwam. "I have made five successful campaigns In seven yeirs." said he, "and that sat isfies me. I left Congress to take the place I've go and Intend to keep It. I wou'd not nccept the nomination for Mayor It It was offered to me." "Suppose It was tendered to you on a golden plate, as the politicians say?" "I would not take It." "Mr. J'ltch sees breikers ahead nnd like a wlsi captain he stays In a safe haven, when lie Is llkelv to he swamped In a storm by venturing out Into a treacherous sea." remarked n City Hall politician on hearing of Mr. Kltoh's declination. CONSUL BOOKER TO RETIRE. : He Him Hern In the llrltlsh Con- I sulur Service I.T Venn, Sir William l.ano Hooker, C. M. a., llrltlsh Consul-Uener.il In this city, who has been forty-t.ireo years In the llrltlsh i Consular service In the United Htates, I and for eleven y. trs Consul-Oeneral of New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Ithode iBland, Connecticut, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Dakota, Utah and Wyoming, anncances that he will retire In July und will return to London to rest. Sir William Is seventy years ot ngc. He is tall, of medium build and active. His nalr and long heard are white, but these are the only signs of age. He was named for Consul at Sun Kranclsco In llWi, after a service In the olhce for live I i years. In 1871 he oecame Consul for Call-1 I forma, Oregon and Washington. In 1811 he married Elizabeth l'age, n daughter ' of Gilbert l'uge. of Morrlstown, N. J. He ' ; succeeded Sir K.lward Arc.ilb.iM In tfie ' i New York Consul-Generalship In 18S3, and was made a companion of the Order i 1 of St. .Michael and St. George, In 188S and ' was knighted Jan. 1, 1691. His salary as I . Consul-Oeneral Is J18.S00 a year. He will i probthly be succeeded by Percy Sinder son, now Consul-General at Galatz, Rou-manla. CONSUL B3WARDS DEAD. Vtee-L'onsnl Murphy to Temiiornr lly Take the llerlln Post. my A.Koclilril Prcnl ) nnilMN, May 1C United States Con sul-General William Hnyden Kd wards died lust night of brain fever. Mr. Ed wards had been 111 for u month past. Ho leaves u widow and two children. The burial will take place at l'otsdam. George II. Murphy. United States Vlce Consul for the Grand Duchy of Luxem burg, will nssume charge of the United States Consulate here until a successor to Mr. Edwards has been appointed. William Hayden E'lwards was ap pointed from Ohio, nnd had been al most seventeen years In the service of the State Department. His first ap pointment wns as Secretary of Legation to llrazll, Oct. 30. 1877, nnd he acted as I C'horgo d'Affalres ad Interim from Dec. i, 1S77, to Feb. IS, 1878. In June, 1 1878. he was appointed Consul-General at St. Petersburg, and retired therefrom Sept. 20, 1880. He was nsslstant coun- 1 sel for the United States before the , Krench-Amerlcnn Claims Commission I July fi, 1882: was nppolnted Chief of the Diplomatic Bureau In the State Department May 1, 1881. and retired from that office April 15, 18S5, to become I private secretary to the United States Minster to the Hague. He was ap pointed Consular Agent at Schiedam, ! Netherlands, June 21, 1883, nnd went to the post he held at the time of his deith at llerlln July 1, 18S9. He was a warm friend of Walker Illalne, to whom he owed his latt office. MORRIS MAY DIE. The Ki-Aldrnnnti nt n Ilnapltnl In n CrlHi-nt Coudllloii. Ex-Alderman John J. Morris, who was stricken wlta apoplexy yesterday, nt 77 Church street, Is at the Chambers Street I Hoipltal, In a critical condition. He was able to recognUe members of hl famllv I this morning, when an "Evening World" repot ter c tiled. The physicians at the Hospital said tney were unable to state whether he would recover. Mr. Morris Is seventy years of age and a millionaire. He was the last Kepubll can 1 resident of the Hoard ot Aldermen. I .f ln,f 'T'1" ie has resided at tao Hotel Hereford, and his seldom gone out un i accompanied by an attendant, ss he Is subject to attacks of apoplexy. .Mr. Mor , r s was bprn tn this city In 1824 and surieJ In business life In the retail gro ; eery business. He went Into politics through tt.i- lnfl.ience of Thurlow Wee. 1 and became lulled ns one of the bitter opponents of the Tweed ring. ICAPT. MORRISON'S FUNERAL Itrnmlns In He Ti.Uen to Wishing li. This Afternoon. The funeinl of Capt. Charles Clifford Mi rrlson, of the Ordn.nce Department I'rltel Stnlrs Army, who died on Mon day last frrm the effects of an opera lion for the removal of the vermiform appendix, took place this morning at Govcrnir's Island The remains were taken en beard the ;orllnancc boat at 11 o'clock, and acco..v panled by a military escort were trans ferred to the Pennsylvania Railroad depot, and will .e conveyed to Wattling ion this afternoon. The Imtrment will lake place at tire Capital City to-morrow DANGER IN THE MILK. m - Woreo than the Cow's Meat if Sho Haa Tuberculosis. Four Guinea Pigs Inoculated by Dr. Becbc as an Experiment. Hoard of Health Deeply Interested In the Itesi.lt. , Chief Chemist Martin, of the Hoard of i Health, Is trying an experiment to-day which Is of Interest lo everybody who t uses milk, and which will be watched ' with deep Interest by health experts and the medical fraternity In general. Guinea pigs have been Inoculated with milk from cows suffering from tubercu losis, and If they become Infected with tuberculous bacilli It will be pretty con- 1 elusive proof that the disease may bo i communicated to people who drink the milk of cows aflllcted with tuberculosis. .Medical scientists have Ihu3 far been badled in their efforts to cultlvnte the tubercle bacilli by artificial methods, notwithstanding that tubercles In beef hnd In miny Instances been discov ered In a thriving condition hours uftcr the animal had been slaughtered. Another condition which Is looked upon as a very strange anomaly by medical experts nnd bacteriologists Is the fact that In some Instances where a cow Is known to be nltllcted with the dlseuse the tuherculosU bacilli do not ulwuys appear In the milk produced. Therefoie It Is for the puipose of dis covering, If possible, a method by which It can be cosltlvely ascertained whether or not a cow aflllcted with the disease can Impart germs to Its milk, which, being drunk by human beings or Injected Into other animals, could Infect them with the ilisease. Four guinea pigs Inoculated with milk taken from four tuberculous cows are now In the laboratory of the Hoard of Health, undergoing tho close scrutiny of the Hoard of Health's experts. It la ro dltflcult to cultivate this particular disease germ, outside of a living body, that Dr. Heebe concluded to cultivate tho germs by Inoculating guinea pigs with milk supposed to contain tuber cular bacilli. In the event of one of the pigs show ing symptoms of the disease within six weeks, the regular period of Incubation, the animal will be killed nnd an autopsy performed. If the bacilli arc considered ' thrifty enough the subjects token from the body will be mounted and the ex- I perlments considered u success. The cows from which the milk wus taken belong to the herd of Dairymen 1 H. Smith, of Goshen, N. Y which, as I told exclusively In yesterday's "Even ing World," were found to be allllcted 1 with tuberculosis. ' If the guinea pig shoudl not become nffected ns a result of the Inoculation, Dr. I!ceb declares th'it the negative result will not necessarily signify that I the animals were not diseased. Tho guinea pigs, however, ure peculiarly susceptible to the disease, and tho ntrlct parasites or Immatured bacilli which It 's suspected the milk must contain will, If there are any at all, thrive rapidly In their healthy bodies. About sixteen droiis of milk were in jected Into each of the four pigs, on amount which Is considered sufficient to slnw positively whether or not milk , from n tuberculous cow can possibly ! Impart th disease to any other anlmul or human being. Dr. Ueebe considers that there Is more ' danger In drinking milk which 1ms not . been stcilllzed from n dlseused cow than there Is In eating the meat, nnd tho chances of spreading the disease I are Innumerably greater. The germs In the meat, he explained, nre destroyed In cooking, while the milk ls used as a rule ns It comes from the dnlry. Meat from a tuberculous cow will. If the disease Is far enough developed, show tubarcles or tumor?, as they are some times called, varying In Mze from n pin head tn a good-sUpd apple. Heretofore the practice has been to cut the larger ulcers out of the beef, harden them In alcohol, slice the pieces ns thin ns pos sible and then examine them for bacilli, which nre extracted with great difficulty and labor. The bacilli, however, cannot be culti vated, n3 they ore destroyed for all such purposes during the process of separation for mounting. It ls with the hope of discovering a method of successful cultivation nnd also of proving that the milk of tuberculous cows Is more dangerous than the meit that the experiment with the guinea pigs has been undertaken. Diphtheria bacilli nnd other disease germs have been successfully cultivated In blood serum, In beef tea. but the scientists have not yet discovered a medium through which tubercles can be cultivated outside of a living body, nnd even this lnbt method ls yet an experiment. mm . GOULDS OFF FOR EUROPE. Seven Stateroom on the 1'nrln for Their Aeeo.nniodnllo... George J. Oould, Mrs. Gould, their two children, the Misses Helen and Marjory Gould, sail this afternoon on the Paris for Europe. Seven deck staterooms arc allotted to the party, and the steamer fare Is $3,500. Miss Helen Gould arrived from the West yesterday evening and registered at the Plaza Hotel. She was accom panied by Miss L. J. Coots. An "Evening World" reporter called at Mr. Gould's office on the fifth Moor of the Western Union Hulldlng this forenoon. Mr. Gould wns very busy. He stated that he hnd formed no plans for Vigilant on the other side, though ho hns had some correspondence with the secretaries of several of the yacht clubs abroad. He Btated that he hnd not yet entered the lists for the Vic toria Gold Cup, nnd hns not decided whether he will do so. He was rather Inclined to think that Vigilant would do better In the Channel races than on the limited waters of the Solent or the Thnmes. Hoth Vigilant and Atnlanta are now being prepared In Eric Hasln for their trip ocrosa the Atlantic. It Is stated that Howard Gould will cioss In Atnlan la, Instead of Vigilant, us at first proposed. Arrived on the Mni.mln.n. Araotn th pamnin! who arrlrri! to-ctar from RoMrriUm on tha Nethcrlamla.Amrrtcan Steam Navigation Company'a lnnr MaaaJam, sera Oan. O. tl Wllleoi rnln-l. fnllnl Siatm Army who rrturna from abroad aflrr an rittndra visit. hla wlta anl family; John I' Cuihlns and lf T. W. Atslnvm ami isltp, and Inlnt llacheller. ' Kil Stokes Anpenlx. (Ilr Ao:latd rraa ) AMIANY, Mar 1 A notlca baa bcn filed with tha Clerk of tha Court of Appeal. In the raan of i: K. Slokea. of an appeal from 'a d. i eltlon uf (be Supremo Court. iTiinllnn a new .rial In the eae ot an arcounllng In tha Hoffman llouit property In New York. SnedeUer I'leiids ,o Gulltj-. Director Blbert Sndeker. of the defunct Com march! Dank, llrooklyn, thla miming, Ibrounb. hla counael, Ailolrh Simla, pleaded not tullly In lha t'ojm of (Iyer and Terminer, tlrookl.n. lo threo Inllrtnienu found agalnat him for Wolallnr lha hanklac lava. SuIiik for V-rMH d urHi Judce Van Wyck In City Court, Diorklyn, to day beard teallmuny In a ult for I'O.OUO brousht l.y Joaephlne Kndrca anlnt lhe llrooklyn city Hallroa.l Company. (In Sept. 7 Mla Knlrea thrown from a Myrtle avenue trolley car and badly InJunJ. u M.llc Thieve Cnuitl.t. Jamea Kelly and Teter Marlon, each nineteen yeara old, and homaleaa, were aentenced to the liland for ona month In Yorkvlllt Police Court thla mornlni for aleallni milk from houoa tloaa Weat rtftjr.-lrct autL LOVELYWOMAN. Saved from Death, She Thanks Her Deliverer. FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHTER THAN EVER. Her Relief May Be SlureJ by Thou sands of Other Women Who Suffer from Excessive Flesh or Heart Disease. rnlnlul, IndPeil, la lhe lot nf s womsn nho llilnkn lie mut cho'-i-o between rleatli nnd nn alternntlve which lohcr luu-i seem n!inn an bad orovenwone. YctMicbwas tho lotoltboludy who write the follow lu; letter: "A yi'iir aco lo-tlay 1 uu In the greatest rKml hie cllirt"-R of nitml nnd liody. 1 hnd been tcld by my 1 1 7-lclntn Hint iinleMtlicy discovered some tiling wlilch would ounlprnrl rny dlapno of j nbr'alty, which was lurrelnjr It mnnlfentntlons j dally, I Miuillil become a motliitnln of lletii, dll nujroeftbiu to the nUiit, wh'chto one o my tem perament, nrdeuily dextrin? the ndinira'ion of Muwe nround nie, would bo almost worse than death, or 1 would die of bitty ricb'cnorAllou of the i heart. "My phy!rlnnpiu mot of tlielr rare, In fart, upon my heat, tr.bu to keep that organ lu working order, despite the fold of fat which were ctuirslnt: It inlueuhir ncllon. Ina nappy hour I rend an adcrlNeinent nf Ilr. lllnnn's ObeMty rill nml Fruit halt, whltl. 1 have tnken prctly repulnrly ever Fln?e. I llnd that my surplus (Wh ha totally illsnpi e.ircil, my heart no longer troubles nip, and j on can Judge by the photograph which I send you whither I look strong and hnttliy now- or not. 1 he tendency lo grow fleshy I liDsr.lluost entirely disappeared. Altera month' treatment I censed consulting phsalclan. and now ajiend nothing for medicine. Von arc at j liberty to i.se till itatement lu any way ynu I phae, only dr n't iend llifpilring people to see I me. Yours gratefully, j "Mil. hAIIAII fi. CLAHK, "Now York City." Mr-. Fni'Iy I.Ivpii Ifnvemeyer, Fifth nvenup, willea: "Gentlemen Olicslty Fill do most good hi Mnrcli, April and May.nnd reduce weight fust. I uaeil Ilr. IMon's obesity Pill last fprlng and found tbey acted quickly and favorably on tbe blood In driving nut Impurities nnd realortng vi tality. I lia.l a-nlued over forty pound lu weight. Dr. F.dleou's Obesity Fill built up the system and reduced my surplus fat thirty. alt pounds In about seven wtck. My father says tbe pills arc a specific for rheumatism, paralysis, heart dl'eiso and all dlspnsps of the blood, liver nnd kidney. 1 recommend them to my friend every day. You I may send personal Irlends, but not strangers, to 1 Interview me." I' A rcpirtor Interviewed aeveral ladle nt Hntel Waldorf who, by iheuenf two or three bottles of Obesity Pllhand Obesity Fruit Hilt, produce 1 a wonderful change In their appearance and weight. 'Iwoof thosnladles, Mr, t'nbot and Mr. TlHirudlke, asured the reporter fiat each bad lost over apventepii to twenty pounds during the four week tl.ev had taken the salt nnd pill. Their physician. Dr. Wluslow, alningly advised the use ttf the sail during the spring month in tbe place nf any other kind nf spring medicine, so called, silclia.ssars.lp.irllla iulihlir,dock, dnnde liori, &c, n the ,-alts contain all the essential medicinal element ncceAsaryto tone or build up tbe system. May I. II. Poser. Mndlson avenue, clly, say: "Ilr. Iirlng As I have fully regained my hpiutb by the persistent ua of Ilr. Kdlson'a littles swpet Obesity Fills. I wish to nckiinulcdge thl In I mnst emphatic leims. I weighed alioul TO pounds mm e than normal, and knew that so great a mass of fat around the hesrt nnd kidneys was fait tend- ' lug townrds that fatal disease, fatty degeneration ol the hear!, I wnsnbeady aullerlng from serious 1 Mdupy trouble on m-rnuut of extra fat, and ral lied that my condition was fast hemming des pcrate. I knew that no barm could enme f rum using the little pills, a I knew of many people who were taklugtheiii regularly, so the chance were ell In my favor. I would gladly have paid LMmiilKTiiriM, hut five bottle nf jnur pills, nt a trilling expense, have restored my hialth. As a matter ol comfort merely I had you makea sreclaloheslly and supporting bnnd lor me, not expectln; lo lose fat in wearing It. 1 soon found It absolutely Indl-pensahle, a It doe not Interfere wllh wearing a corset, Improve tbe form by reducing the rolls of fat about the abdomen, and arTorda comfort anu freedom from tho sense of weltdit and oppression which formerly troubled me. My kidney dilllculiy has entirely disap peared." Ml' Annie Wells Ilninlllnn, Madison avenue, confirm her pros lous sinieiiuiit and sends a lady friend fur a full treatment: "llcntlriueiii 1 dud your Obesity Fillswlltcuro a severe cold nnd cough. The condition of my lungs Improved very fast by using one bottle of the plll. I hove lost over fnrty.twn pnundsof fat, using your pills nnd salts. My Irlends tell mo they think your remedies have saved my life." Mr. Masters, a prominent lady Journalist eon necied with ui.e of thelnrge Journals of New York Clly, deeply InlcujteU lu Iho subject of obesity, iccenlly Inurvlnweil several ladle of her nc luahitanrr on Fifth avenue who hnve been very successful In the use or Ilr. F.illson's obesity trent- I mtnl. Mis learned that In many cases tho useof three bottle uf the obesity Fill and three botlles of lhe Obesity Fruit Salt prrduccd a very satis factory change in apjipntaico and weight. In case where lhe patient wishes to reduce from to lo HI pound the use of sU orclghl bottle each of the Fills and Fruit -nit I generally sulllclent to I produce the desired result. Several ladles asiurcd her that they had lost from 'JO to HO pounds In the I course nf four or live weeks, I Invalid ladle nr other, who desire to have tho o'ie!ty liralmeni explained to them or want a band can haven well iunlltled salewoillnn call and eaploln the Ilr. Kdisou treatment Oberlly Fiult Salt reminds you of champagne and helps) ou to crow thin. Ileautllies thucom- I p'exlon. I The price I Jl.ro per hnltlo. Oneboitleahouldlasf.OorUOday. Poldatour I a'ores, oryourdrugglst wlllaupplyyou. Fills, Sl.JMi a holile, or llirvo bottle for H, enough ler eno trenlme ut. t-cndu'l ninll, express or C. O. n. orders ton. Orders for V. O. H. gonil must be arcuiupaulod by If 1 deposit to guarantee eipieas charges. Caution- Ynu ran obtain letter Information frcm us alaiiitourgbfids than from drusslsla, who nil keep Ihem. Visit our store. riiil for "How to fnrci olodly," lo news. pier columns, wrllleii by rilstlngul-beo nuluora; numernu Illustrations and 'JO tstliiinnlal-. A reporter called nn the w)iu!es.do druggists, ( N, Crllte.iloi. ft I'c.New York lily, un I the llrcoklyn llullon Drug Co., and learned from them thnt the deinnuU for luring & Vv.'n ola-slty ekmI Is not only Increadug constantly, hut greatly exceeds the demand for any similar goods ever sold by Ihem. Mention address exactly aa flier. Ih'Iow. Uirtiig K Co., Uenerat Agenta. t'lilleil Ktnlea. Flvnatnresi ,Nev York, l)rp. MO. No. 4li Weat ItXil I,, urnr (Ithaivr. Mdcngo, No. 113 Hlalr at. XJoalau, Ns. Ilnuilltfiu place. s Early Summer Sale ! of ' Black Dress Goods. Wool Crcpons, 75 CtS. Figured Nun's Veilingf and Tamise, Sj CtS. Camel's Hair, Grenadine, and Bayonase StI.OO Light weight Serges, 5o, 65, and y5 cts. Lord& Taylor, Broadway & 20th St -13 JUST WHAT I WANT. CREDIT. Clotliing: FOR MEN AMI IIOYH. Ilendy .Undo nnd lo Ortlrr. nn Weekly or .Monthly Instalments, Without Hecurlly. LADIES' SUITS. WB&PS, JACKETS. DBESS GOODS, ETC., on CREDIT at Cash Prices. Separate and Exclusive Department for Ladles' Wear. Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds, &c. Iluslnrss Nlrlcllr Cnntldrnllail. Progressive Credit Clothing Co,, 112 WEST 14THST., Near Sixth Ave, NEW YOllK. Open until K P. .11. .Monday until lo P. 9IM nnd Sn.ti.rday ....111 IIP. 31. V. B.Latlirs' bretses Mado to Order on the Premises. Sporting. BROOKLYN JOCKEY CLUB. "PltlMJ HKIITINJS, .1IAY 15 TO 2D. MX RACES EACH DAY AT J.30 P. M. Hosts leuvo loot KAHI IHIll Ml',, X, V tvl ' I.. I. Hit.), J 7.4(1, 1'i.Au (1.00 Parloi Ilr Troll.), I. till P. M. Hunts leuve toot fit WillTKItAI.I. HT., N. Y. (Culver lloule), 10.10, 11. 10, 11.40 A. M.I ia.it), l.4u, i.jo, i.lu. a. iu, :).io r. m. CASH PAID. - OA.1IKUAH ANU jZ at 1.HNHEH Bouahl S!--lZJj lor CASH. n?iT3iBH llsrtslns In riew Nil ftrZSmii ,nd Wecond-IIan'1 , I III jlftSBcAII rsmeras and lnaes. ! iBfWSlI 4xfiIIAMCA.M. . illrl nvis1! KIIAS.I.IKTS1U. lgg?! TT lii. I'OK 10.50. vMrT'V, X lamp,. No. 1. 11. 1A: ; N P- No. 2, ifiao, III! Y PI.ATHS 4x5. 50e. 5x7, 00a. A full Assortment of fjueuiicals aud Mlluptles, Trlntlni and developing. lsend4-centManiptur instructor and caUlorua. TIIK l'OI..!l Kit Chilli WINtl IHCf), CO., 4171 Canal at. , J. V.. a d exits east ol Umadwar. Remington Bicycles, S75.QO. 8is.M) on i)i:i.ivi:itv of Siaciiiinb, AM) IIAI.A.NCI' IN .UO.NTill.V PAY" 'IIKNTS iOF' TKN IIOI.I.AtlA KaI'H. !)l I.KillT KOADSTKUS, 815.09. F, W. AYMAR, GRAND CIRCLE. KTH AVE, ffc 5UTH ST. 1,500 BICYCLES 1.500 Nile of thoso $160 New Safeties AT S50 and S60 EACH. Also, J50 shop wortifeafet.es, S40 EACH. ( UI.UUANT MAKES. L. C. JAIND0RF & CO., 115-1 1U AM) II8WESTI85T1I8T.AND aPAUK PLAIX DICVCLES. new, at leai tbao eoat ot a.coo.han4 ones; too Wealern crclea, Mortan A Wrltit. rnumatic tires, never aolil at leas than 1100; oar price 119. wlta lamp and belli 100 Weatmloatera, never to 1.1 Itea than I12S. mted wllh wood rlma, Morirau t Wright tirea. our prlc. IMi COO barsalna In aecond.haod, ahop worn, cuahlo. and pneumatlca, all makea, 115 to 115. A. C. C. Co.. 10 Uarela)at.t near llroadwar, N. Y. niCYCMSS -From Sherllf'a aale. W. caa sell jt new Harlforda, Columbia Pneumatic Tlrea. Co. lumbla Saddle, never before aoM .or tela than 1121, tor C. romplete with lamp and bell. New Crea rents. Morgan & Wright Pneumatic tlrea. III. New Junoa. .). New Premlera. Vhlppet tlrea, prl.'a 1120; our price, S5S. Second-hand Cuahlo and Pneumatic whcela, all makea, 'rom III to IIS. Old wheels taken In trade. Herald Crcl. Co. (Th. tVot raah llouac). 111 Nataau at., Lear P: O. l.Mt to a.le.'t from. For Sale. HAVE YOU NOTICED THAT IIA1UUH IS JIAKINO TO MKA8UIIH ALL. WOOL TltOL'SKItB FOH, $3.tX): If too busy, send ua a postal and our repre acntntlve "III call with a lull selection of thl. reason's late&t novelties. iiAnniB. isa nowsry. PI flTHINfi ?"'?iaNS. rsa, ssa ULU I II I llU r.' ""ler. ljidla.' and Hlaafa- rap, Jacketa. Cap.i and ON Kulta. all the lateat etrlee and dcalgna. on eaar weaklr PnrniT ra,iunr paymenta I Kr I .?.'fS.l"",,,I l".hlrw Co., UIILUI I I I" '. bet. (3th a 61th eta ,,, ., , . Vn."t.,'r" llrnncU .llnliml Clo.lilug nml Clonk Co.. HIN.Uruadwsy. S A Tlesrr'r Watchef, Diamonds' A 0 I I InWll $ Dellv.rei lm. 'I I I I I ill 1 1 'uedlstely. .N. V. Watot. E I 1 1 1 HU 1 1 i Jewelry I o, Inrorp., I fill fV II r,1; Mherm.n.MgT.. X JL sJ II 11 JO K. Ulli st. 'lake !- vjtor. Open Hat, svn't. WII.LCOX k (I1II1H, Automatic. Dnm.stlc.N.w Home. Mdie. Muter. Iluuselmd, Hie well, known Nruso, lHnp; ,(i aecoiul-tund stnliir inucldiita ;.um lti up, lor rash or monthly pay inenls. We .trhaiiK., rent and mialrall kliidi " ,,,",U,C:h "f"'. '"W'M'I'al,, Vll K. lath aU 1 . al P P tl T WATCHES. P1A110MDS HU III I "" '"' parmeata Loweal , l.rarlly I I"!""- llu.lneaa ronfl.l.a. 1 UllLail I I '' nlHB WATCH CO.. sw.ia.aaWB I Vorld l.vlldlRS. room uC 50c.D0WN.fS );'. .A ll.iliiMijJI Maiden lime. Take elevator. HIAMOMIS, WalchVa and'Tewclry aol'd o. credli . to napsgalbl. partita, llcarl VOaaa, ,U-M Ualdea I ana, , , r i -