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U, THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 17. 1891 I WANT ROESGH'S HEAD Wf' His Attack on Bremer Stirs Up a feu. Hornot'a Nest Kfj' Charges May Be Mado Against the B& Civil Justice. Wt lie Aaka the Clerk's Removal on a Kg Flimsy Pretext. K,S There will be music to-morrow morning ffi In the General Term Court, when thu 3fj petition of Civil Justice George 1. Jtocsch for the removal of the Asdst-int &' Clerk, Alexander llremer, comes iii fur i argument. The Judse, ns is well known, $ Is an ardent Tammany mm, while the jjRf clerk, whom he wants removed belongs &' to tho Stecklcr organization, nnd Is there- '$ fore anti-Tammany. Politics pure and ilmple, It Is asserted, is at tho bottom of 1 the trouble. V The charges preferred against llremer 'L are neglect of duty, In being nb-ent from !. business during the days of May 1, 2, 3 S. and 4. Aa a matter ot fact he was then f.- attending the Nnilonal Musical League ;s Convention In Baltimore, to which he had been elected a delegate by the Oi ; nun K Musical Unions, of which he Is l'rcsl- 71 dent. . ... , V Uesldes charging llremer with being f absent from the court during the days & mentioned, the Judge also charges him Jf with general Inelllclencyj that he was absent on several otner occasions and jC, practically attended court In nny way tl and at any time ho pleased. The .ludgo In his petition says mat he was In court t every day almost, from Jan. 1 last, ami )' repeatedly missed lircmir from his i J All' this Is denied by the Assistant Cleric, who said that not only was lie ,S entitled to four days' vacation, but to 'ff ten days more, as he has occupied the !? position for over a year, lie s.is it is '&' an outrage to try and remove a man on i uch a flimsy pretext. He points out & that Justice llocsch himself was absent L for nearly seven weeks on his wedding f tour, and that Judge Dlvver and oilier 3 well-known olllclals go and come when ff they please. . , tC Ho charges that Justice Itoesch has & already put nearly nil his relatives Into political positions, and that one of the Ai chief reasons for the contemplated re- Si moval is in order to make n place for 8 his father-in-law, Francis A. Lederle. i His father Is nt present employed in 7 tho Superior Court, llremer adds that 'i Jtocsch began his attack in 1SSI, when iff Jlremcr'B wife, who was n factory In- r apectress, was removed from olllee. Kfrf Justice noesch would Jiot reply to any ftf of the ' charges when an "Evening "i World" reporter saw him this morning. ! He said he would make a full statunent "tl when the matter came up In court to- ;(r morrow. Ex-Surrogate rtolllns, who i with ex-Civil Justice Sleekier mid Charles Sleekier, has charge of lire- , mer'B ease, promises sensational doveloji- a- ments at the same time. ): "Justice Itneseh makis a charge against himself," said ex-Justice Htcck- ti ler this morning, "when lie sas llremer i was away from duty on several ot en s' alons other than the particular das U ' specified, In the months of January, v& JS&Suary, March mid April Justhe te Itofflbh had to sign the pay-roll, which t In Itself was a declaration that Ilremi r J. had attended falllifullv to his duties. rf The fact that the Judge himself has been away for weekB at a time is also well " known. v "Not only did he take five weeks on his weddlhg tour, but on his return he 1' went to Atlnntlc City. f "The contemplated removal of llremer yj Is an outrage, and Is spite pure nnd slm- Jf pie. The duties of the onii-e were not neglected. I think Chief Clerk liiirbur- S tier will vouch for that." ;! No matter how the case Is disposed of to-morrow, charges. It Is said, will uti- doubtedly be made against Justice fj'' Hoesch by llremer. nnd his removal Wa. asked for. It Is said that one man Is ??.. 'actually employed In the court who failed Kt,i to pass a civil service examination; that ES the man's son, who did pass such an ex- t animation, was appointed to thu posl- IA tlon, but Is Btlll working nt hla trade, BHt while the father fills the position. P ANARCHIST OFFERS BRIBES. I Henry Seeks to Ilsenpe F.xrcutton a'S by Corruptlnit Keepers. ft (nr AMocllled rrns.1 JrtJ . PATUS, May 17. It wns learned to-day fSe that Emlle Henry, the Anarchist who IjCB was condemned to death for causing itafr' the explosions In the cafe of tho Hotel jtjtj' Terminus nnd In the Hue des Hons- PE Knfants, has attempted to brlba his ttK kecners. OjjSr He hoped to escape from the prison of Ifti' La Itoquette, where he Is now con- ijfjT fined, pending his execution on Monday h or Tuesday next. I BRITISH CONSULAR CHANGE. I'ercr Sanderson Mnr Sneceefl Sir William Hooker Here. (Br AjuoclattJ Preu.) LONDON, May 17. l'ercy Sanderson, . now British Consul-acnerol nt Oalatz, Roumanla, will probably succeed Sir William Lane Booker as Consul-aeneral at New York, the latter having declared his Intention to retire. , English Church manifesto, ' (Br AuocUUa Freu.) LONDON, May 17.-A manifesto, lgned by the English Archbishops and W by thirty-one Bishops, has been nd- J dressed to the members of tho Church 3 of Kngland In Wales, declaring that A tho bill for the disestablishment of the SS Church Jn Wales. If It Bhoull become J law, would weaken tho unity of the rt ' Church and alienate the nuclent gifts I by which the service of God and tho f pastoral care of the people were maln- Cf talned for centuries; that It would de- .4 prlve the poor of their legal rights to ;g ' seats In the churches, nnd of tho minis- fcfjf tratlon of the clergy to their nick nnd fitt' dying, and would reduce the Church nt IsSf Wales to penury, thereby Impeding the RJV .worship of God. V Persecuted IluptNla Pomlnir Here. ' ?M Wt Atioclltel rrni ) fM LONDON, May 17.-A dispatch to The ' jjji'. Chronicle from Moscow says that p It", German Baptists have left the Prn Inns Mi of Kherson nnd Volhynla for America Aj to seek an usylum from llusslan rcllg. lair lous persecution. mi? Vg NEW CANADIAN PARTY. E& Federation of IliriiocriiU I'orinrd Bv ' ciiMtiiiiin, din, 'k Or Alolrl IVrii ) W CHATHAM, nnt May 17 -A new party ?r has been organUed In this city undir jJ, promising auspices It le to called the Eji Federation of Democrats of Canada, m.'. Little has lieen made publlr regarding the K. organisation, but the preliminary meet- w Ing was largely attendul and many clt - B reus signed the membcrhhlp roll. The g promoters declare the movement wil g, spread throughout Canada, nnd a sis' ststV L?.".0' ftct'ye Propagation will displace V such organizations as the A. I' A Rf Equal Bights and other guilds. ' K'v, The Democrats are in favor of a Kl nearer approach to the American sys- Wm Iem ,,n Canada, particularly as to the .'y.' popular election of ofllclala. Hr. . Be" Hind BULLS RESIST A STOCK W. Aftor Somo Wnvoring the Markot Took a Rise. Later it Jerky Sort of Movement Set In. The binrs were not so successful this mornltrr In beating down prices, al though they hnd In their favor a further de Hue 111 London nnd the Ht. l'aul stntemi'lit for tlie serond week of Slav The latter shows earnings of JI'iT.lll for the period named against VM.'jH In 1S9.1, n dccre.ise of JIM.OIO Tradlc slXte inentn genernlly ai poor and without prospect of any Immediate Improvement, so that there Is really no lnrcntlvc to capitalists to gj ahead and lo.nl up with slocks. The market Is sustained chlelly by the short Interest, which Is lirge, consider ing tho narrow speculation. The bears at the same time lack courage, nnd arc easily put to night After wavering for half an hour or so the leading shares went up with a rush. The offerings were comparatively light, and so the bulls hnd an easy time of It The settlement of the Western passen ger rate war had the effect of stimulat ing purchases, .is It Is looked upon ns a precursor of a speedy adjustment of the freight troubles. American Sugir roe 1 ,1-S, to 104 1-S. Chicago Gin 1 t-2, to T7, Lend 1 r-8, to it, Burlington 3-1. to 79. Northwest 3-1, to I'm 1-i. St Paid r.-d. to HS ", lielaware & Iliids.m 1 1-4, to 140 1-2 l.nrkawanna 3-4. to Ifil 1-4, .lenoral Blectrlc 1-2. to 31 3-4. Lake Shore 1 1-2. to 131 1-2: Ious. vlllc A Nashville 1-2 to 4H 1-2, Missouri Pacific 1-.'. to 27 1-2. Northern Pncillc f.-s. to 17 3-8, and I'nlon Pacific 7-8, to 17 1.1 Money Is till quoted nt 1 per cent, on rnll and there is nothing In the situa tion Indicative of an Immediate change from the prevailing conditions of ease. The currency movement Is still In favor of the city banks while the demnnd for both mercantile nnd speculative pur poses Ih extremely light Sliver continues weak. Commerela bar declined to f.l 1-S In svmpathv with a fall In Bar Silver at lindon to 2.S 1-lCd. per ounce. The movements in stocks this after noon were of that Jerky sort which un set lert the minds of traders and tends to make them hold off until they obtnln further developments. Distillers was taken In hand nnd marched up from 23 1-2 to 2. but It fell back to 23 3 4 almost Instantly. Lead sold ns high as 3S. but wbb quickly knocked down to 37, while Sugnr. after selling up to 104 1-S, declined to 102 1-2. Tho railway list was on the whole firm, with narrow fluctuations. The Quotations. Opm. Hick. Low. Amir To! s n IS Amr. Sueur nrf ifiiv; ini'4. 024 Amr. Suirir Her. jf n; ov; i Amtr. Colon Oil pf...t 7014 704 70'4 Atrh , Top A Suits K 10V4 Ifl'i BJ Cana'llart Viirirjr ft! Gt CI Canada Southern fQ'J, Cfl'i BO'l Chu. A Ohio 17' 17 17'i Chlraito Cm c,s r,l f.', Chic, nur A Qnlnrr 7Vi 7J 7n Chlr A Korthwrlit 107, J(Si 107V, Chic, Mil ft St. P 19 r.1'4 C3S Chle., Uock In & l'ac GK CS. r.H4 ConaolMatrl (las IMS 131S 116S llfl , Lark A Wrst 101 Kt'i ir.l Ilrl A I In 1".n 140 140Uj 110 Drn. A Ilia Oran'le pf 23 SQ'ifc 29 Ills ft Cvttlo Krpil 2H1 !', 21V, flcnrral Klectrlo St sr,4 34 Iowa Central pf 36 36 36 Larlnla (In l't 16; 1CU I.aka Fhor 130 13IH 130 I, H. A W'Mt pt C74 67Vi 7Vi Urn Iilanl Trartlon 16 lil 16V Iuta. A Naihilllr 46 4tta 4i, U, N Alt, ft Chlo. pf 2D 30 23 , Mich Crnlral 87 07 07 MlMnurl I'ocino 27 27 27 N.I. Cord. Co 21 22 21 Nat. Leal Co 37 3H 36 Nat I.l Co pf V S ', Nw York CVntral ov IH v K V, ft N i:nUtvl. r,'i ( 4 K V.. I K ft Writ 13 11 13 N Y., Suaq A Wnt. pt 40 40 40 Norfolk A Weal, pt 20 20 20 Northern rarllk 4 4 4 N.irlhrrn Parlllo pi 17 17 17 North Amtrlrr.il 4 41; 4 (InUrla A Writ 11 11 13 Pad Oo Mall 14 11 11', I'tilla. A ltrifllne 16 16 lt 1', Pre. A Kvana 4 4 4 rullman I'alara Car Co 164 1(4 164 Pith A W. Point Tr 8 7 ht. I'lul A Umaha 37 37 37 Southrrn l'acinc 19 19 19 Teias I'aclflr B 8 Union 1'aclDo 16 17 16 W'atiaih pt 15 13 11 WnL Union Tfl f4 R4 83 ttlwri. A I.ak. Crl 10 10 10 Whtcl. A 1W. I"rl. rt 41 44 41 A full acrount ot Wall atrrt atTatra will lis found In tha O'clock IMItlon ot "Tha Evenlng Woria." GOLD AND SILVER SHIPPED. The Fuerat Tllsmnrclc Carries a Itloh l.ond nt Until IMctnln. The steamship Puerst lllsmarck, sail ing for Ilurcpc to-day, carries H,7W,Ofl0 In gold, shipped by the following houses: lleldelbach, Ickelhelmer & Co., t7.0,00U; Lndenburg, Tlinlmann & Co., .'A),000, nnd U Von Iloffmann & Co., JMO.Ooo. Tho snme Hteamer also takes out lOO.Ouo ounces of sliver shipped by Handy & Ilarmnn, nnd 100,000 ounces by llild elbach, Ickelhelmer & Co. Mr. iluggenhelm's Sons will ship 60,000 ounces of sllvtr on the Menmshlp Cam pania, balling on Saturday. The steaiiibhlp lihn. which nrrlved from I.urnne last night, biought Svsi.OVO francs gold to lleldelbach, Ickelhelmer A. Co. and HO.oiXi francs gold to llosklcr. Wood A. Co. in transit lor Cuba. Microbe. Attnckn 1'rriiili tVhent. (Ilr Aaaoclvttl Prria) LONDON, II ly 17 -A despatch to the I Kxchange Telegraph Compnny from Paris, s'iys that a white microbe has ,nttiiked the roots of the wheat crops In Kt Veinlw, Hrlttnny, and Anjou. ' Facts Are Stubborn Things And all tbeciirmbi llood'a Saraaparllla aro mill faila. Iho testiuinnlali piilillrhed rcuiofriiin truthful ru lo vtl.o tisvotaken lleuil's Hataaparllli ami have tern actually turtd. Wonlre not Ktr. uir rnoiiKbtori. ir. tlie tbaukfiilnrii nf llio ho liava anlTned for luaii) jura ami have at lait fouud relief In lloola hannrarilla. These trstliuoiiiili are without parallel or rreoe. ilrnt In the hlitory of luedlilne. They prove beyond a queitlua that Hoodsj:! Cures VsVsVVs.Js,sVs, Hoad's rills cor allTirtr Hla, biHoaiaMi, MaiuUclaillniboaaiJekhutUcItt, OJo. riinifiBi ritnuA Imrs. t. lynch, m U H I I U K W& Hm UNION SQUARE, EM IQ M I I WHi II Wm m m hT ' Corner Hlh Street, llttnbllaliril llulfii riilnry. GREAT CLEARANCE SfMof ililiiiii y .tjr lnnflt ahI tfifiirm flrsf pIbm nrkmnhlp i nn Ihimtrailon of inn rlnH I will olTtr this SUITSB r ' tiro cloHiiif,' out fit (In- follow ni,' vvomlcrfiillv ri'ilupul jiriecs tlio V r$jMfc-yr) luiliiiiL'o of our LntliL's Jiiipoiti'tl find Domestic Suith: ola'w 1,000 Kii(1ih1i Duck KuitH (linen fitiinli) in vtliite.v $L ffffi& C2i Kfl? liliin unit Inn roiindH. liiircd mill Ntripcd dc JM ffl mm fl fw Hi'tiH, nil made up in the ncvvcHt Mvlcs; nihil 'JoO R ffl iCrl ' J (luck KcrL'ti Jilucr Suit h, full Hleeves; wortliv SB W H li.25, nt w n v w s O o mmXjfu worth S40. Tuxptlo utitl Gutiiwny lilnxcr KuitH, liroml r('cr,, ME9 iSPi), Ftfk liu-tfp hU'uvoh mid full uiulircllii lmckH, with wide B ffl Wj I Q THE VERY LATEST Ciri'llllir HkirtH, in CoVcHm, NlTfreH, CllfVlotrt lllld fk 'fefl . '" mr "'n rl"el-waro Departments. Latin' Cloths in tun, ,;ni), l.l.u'k umlhlueA 1 IO .SiJ" taiS'it .""taii'Sl.. ?JU"i'"i worth $10.75, at )dr MV&VW lml' fl.i pa irmulHOtun Covrrt Cloth HuitH, in Tan nnd Gray, with tho New Derby Coat (short SPECIAL OFFER frOIlt, l.IllHhe.1 With H.X H.llHll IihHoMH II J til SH JF . Imp and nr... nep.r.ment. VMUHt) lllld loillJ, fllll Imek. illUer-Mlll' fi J) Lv PIT. O-CIkH Tea Keltl. and Rtant. In .Ither Coat bint, in huti ncriji'H and Iversev 9 BK SS -tSrva hn"" "r roi'i"r. ln latent alcohol lamp, higi-.ir ,, ,, i i i r , , I m Ml M X& Cnl.hed, value 12 50. reduced lo ClotliH, plain ami moire trimmed, tniloW 1 b H W M . Hindi'; Oiip-ltutttin Cutaway Goat Suits of M Wu Wi RjB $la50a iino Covert Cloth, fronts silk faeed, worth I mv mi taj gy M.S0, at MRS. T. LYNCH, Importod Hamplo Costumes in Kilk niid g D2B H, jfc. Union Square, COT. 14th St., "Wool Crepoiis, somo silk lined throiif,'h-) B 8j ft ff n raH ni:v vouk. out; also India Tafl'eta and Glace Silk' jP Sb ' f -- - Suits, trimmed with Chiffons, Laco nnd M l U 1 tl I Tka World'"! Npw lln'nwi nffirp Itihhons, oxrltiHivo tlesiKns, worth froi.A B Nil I II I J. Z ,' " . ? '0Wn UI,ICe' iin nn I . isiir nn ..4 ""ii ttl BJjJB I B Jl f Tin: woni.D's uptown orncn h.a teen !il,l.(HI IO 5v.lfl.llll, at ISir Sjffr 1w Vaff moved Into I la new nu.rten at the Jun-tlon ' su of IlronilnRy and Sixth aventie t Thlrty- - l m M mm ava mm B . . eeo.id alreel. There will be elithl entrnneea. SIXTH AVENUE & 23D STREET I jx1mZk2L s'1"' """ "" TO REflGHTHEJUHYTO-HIGHTr Summing Up in tho Moyor Trial Will End To-Day. Recordf r Smyth Will Then Send the Cuso to tho Jury, The schedule nRrecil upon by the prin cipal actors In the trial of Dr. Henry C. V. Meyer for the inunlcr nf l.ml wlif llrnnilt gave promise this inorn th.it by 7 or S o'clock this evenlnir, the case vvoulil be in the hands of tho Jury. Charles V. lirooke, who bar talked live hours to the Jury on behalf of Dr. Meyer, promised that lie would con clude Ills jden by reruns to-day. Tbnt would permit Col Kellown lo beuln his teply at Ii o'l lock, and tin Colonel snld that he should not sneak more than three hours, to Insure which lie instructed Assistant Dlsti let-Attorney John 1'". Mclntyre to call him down at exactly G o'clock. Recorder Hmylli snld to nn "Hvenlnff World" reporter, that If I'nl. IVIIovvh hnd concluded nt fi o'clock he should certnllily elinrKe tlie July this pvimiIiik, nnil send them out to their ilellberatliiK rniim. It was 11.20 when the Inethnustlble flow of ilrnoke's ( Iniineni'p Ihkiiii im'alu with an altaik upon the Identlllc.itlou nf the body exhumed from Kveritreent Cemetery as that of llniudl, nnd an ex planntlnn on the illmed iisiiIcIiiiih clr cumsiance that the .Mutual l.lfe Insur ance Compnnv's agents procured a per mit June - from the NevMovvu lloanl of Health, but that the body was nnt tnken to KIp'H iiiidertnklin; i'st,ibllsh nient till .lulv II. elKlit days iiter. Mr. llroolte hlnled that some one else hnd already tampered with the body and filled It with arsenic nnd antimony "When Snvder went lo the l'.verKi ecus Cemetery, armed with that permit lo open the grave and take uwav the bodv, at ! o'i bi k In the morning, .lulv fi. I1"''-', be found the grave already opened, nnd the casket containing the bodv oiilsliln the grave, on the surface of the enith waiting for lilm Who opened the grave?" demanded Mr. Itmoke, ImllK- I ,mntl. " Snyder bad In his hnnd the only au thorization for opening this grave How did the Superintendent of the Cemetery know that this grave was to be opened'' Who told him'' Who wielded such an Influence on him that he permitted the grave to be opened without nitth lrlty' I "Who opened If When wns it opened" I Wns It opened that morning, or nt some ' other time" Had It been opened before" If there was some one who could Induce the Superintendent to open tire ginve without authotltv, who knows but the same subtle Influence might Inve In duced him to open the grave days be fore? . , ,, "Tlier"" Is one man who can tell vou nbout It All through tills case be bobs up Julian! There be sits In the third low of chairs. Julian has been Hie spirit, the genius, the prime mover In tills prosecution the guiding star His testimony Is of the most Invaluable haracter for the guidance of tills Jurv , . why wasn't lie called to the witness stand'' "Isn't It n fair Inference, nlmost an absolute conclusion, that If Mr Julian had been called to tile stand his testi mony would nnt have guided vou to a verdict of conviction, but that bis cross, examination would have guided you to an acquittal"" Jul! in. the head of the detective de partment of the Mutual l.lfe Insurance Companv, onlv smiled on all this "At the touch of tlie wand of this tun n Julian eventhegtaveHofthede.nl are opened and give up their dead If It was possible for these secret 1'lnker tons to open that grave mil lvvfullv on Julv C, It was possible for them to opi n It beforo that day It would be easv to Inject Into that dead bodv a few drops of the poisons to be found there later by tlie learned chemists "it iloes not 1 1 quire much of n stretch of the Imagination to believe that the men whose Infamous conduct nt Home stead during the Carnegie stiikes ap palled the world are uncuril to ch.itir ing a dead bodv with poisons In oidii to convlit a man of minder mil send lilm to his ile nil In the Interest of nnd to please tin Ir mplov ers, the Mutual i Life Insurnnee Companv Their eupld i Itv was I elng tiinptcd lo the utmost Kip nnd Julian apparently hud in'i . ss to tint grive at nnv time, unci had com plete control of It " POST-OFFICE ANNIVERSARY. t'rlelirnteil by nlniilnt llmnc In 1 "llrcesn ('iiHiikc" CAIIPKN CITY, I I. May 17 -The two hundred nnd first anulversarj of the establishment of the llrst posl-olllce In America was celebrated nt noon to day at this place by the Snclelv of Colonial Dames of the State of New York The exercises were held at the "llreeze Cottnge," tho home of Morrison I'ntterson l'erris. A special car con veyed the Invited guests to Garden City, Papers were read by Sirs. Morrison ratterson Kerrls and Mr. C. W. Urnst, of Boston, and addresses were made by Frederick B. Tallmage.- President of the Society of tho Sons of the Revolution: Rev. Dr. Morirnn Dlx, ITesldent of the Boclety of the War of 1812; 8lr Frederick J. l)e Peyster. President of the Society of ColoauU Vnra, tma other ,. Do You Want To Go Housekeeping ? me T,mf,lAKPJT r FOn T0U: Slrvr-n "mn AnoUT osr.r: irs not a question OF IK)M.AItS AMI CUNTS 1VITII US JUST NtlW-WK AIIR CnOVVDEI) AND Mt-ST VIAKH ziitsw,?;-- ----NO IVBOIWEY DOWN rrtnit nni.i.viu.i: pfopm: a wnim to tiir wise, see the trices at which we ahp RKI.I.IM1 CIOOIIS UN CIIEIIIT IlKFOIli: III VINO "lllLll WE AHE FURNITURF, CARPETS, BEDDING. STOVES, LAMPS, CLOCKS, CURTAINS. PICTURES. REFRIGERATORS, BABY CARRIAGES. &o. J.Baurnann&Bro 1313 to 1315 Third Ave., bet. 75th and 76th Sts. 7I1TII NT. IXm tTKIl UK. Illl CAIII.i: CAKS. opea .sa.urdn,. .Ill ,0 v. If. MARY NOT HIS GRANDCHILD. ' s . Tho Man on tho Witness-Stand Who, Sho Said, Was Dead. Hank Sues for Money lnlil nn Al leged Administratrix. The trial of the suit of the Hank for SavliiKs, of IlbecKer Mreet, iiKalust Maiy C, Sulllviiii was icsiimed befoio Chlif Justice i;iirliih In the City Court this moinliiK, 'I'lie llrst witness lo-dnv was Hcnli Sullivan, who-u KrauddaiiKlilir and ml tiiliilslialrK. It Is iieKe.l bv the bank, the ileleuiliint 11 prchented bcr.-ilf to be. i,". Jl.lv f- :", """ls "'IHan depos ited 111 the bank JUm. a vt ir afterwmds he ilieiv out ,ii A!.1'!.. ,l,at ,'"' '''inlc bend no more or bulllv.in until 1Vi, when Hie ilefend ant, the b.uiK nil. jiv, uppi m-d and rcp resented that M.e viiik Sullivan's Kraiid daiiKhli r and his nilmlii sn.itrlx. She demandi'.l the mo.iev 1 i lti l by Sulli van mid the iin uriuil HkI lull resl which brouKht the nmoiint up to H.op.i.53. nn .Ian. 2. 1-i the bank, inter some Investigation, pild lier Hie money. Some time rlui InK IWJ Sullivan pn-seutisl lilm ielf nt the bank, anil, handliiK Ills de posit book to the teller, asked for his lllone). The bank people were vei v much inn prised, as Hit 5 weie lonvliiced that Sullivan was dead Am there si emed to be nn doubt as to Sullivan's Identic, the bank paid him a part of the meney due and baa since pild him more, but luive not vet paid hlifi the lull niuount An actio' was nt once begun by the bank against Mary c Sullivan On the vvliins, sinn.i today Sullivan swore that lie was Ighlv ear-i old lie told of h iv Ing depoviiisi nie inuiiey In Hie bank After the war he slid he t-ct-th;l In Oxfinl, N .1, i,n,i hid never railed for the nion. , boc.ua-e he li id not needid It. lie swore that the defendant was not hts granddaughter, and that ho had never seen her 1111, II lie stw her In Hie court at the beginning of the hull is lerday. Tlie trial Is still on. rive ltule Million. Of the J.HVI.Ortniiiii of the eirlh's In hibitions. t!u Ihupeior of China holds sway over liifi.Oxiii. Hie l.'ueen of ling land 111b s or tnit. 1 is imiuvi.hih. Hie (V ir of Itu-sl Is dlctal.'i to l".r. ,.ri0,l ri.mce, In the Uepuhllc depi 11 bind, sand hpheies of Inilin nee, lias 710.111,. 1 t)i,.tcts, the Ihupeioi of Ctiiii'itn V, il li, the Sul tan of Turkev, l'iii,tiii, the i:mperor of .l.ipin. 10 i.m.i. mil ih,. King nf Sp 1I11, I'Ti.vin,.! two-thluls of tin population of the globe mult r the hovrmiin ul of live, rulers ; None So Good. ji; j' None Goes So I-ar. ' Jj Tho 23 cent bottle nf Kn.ipp's' 4 Kootliccr l-Atract will piticliKe n i6 to 10 gallons ot pccilfss root. J1 beer, wlii.ii.as a lare bottle nfj nn other cstiact piotluees lessj rootbeer aibl ot interior quality. ' it Moral : 11.se the best. Get ; jj ii . I5uy the Extract, and make s 1 the Rootbeer at home. ; J All Grocers and Druggists, 35c. ?i aaiOTtfiriTriiiTJB-mrirniriiTn'mil) HD SIGHS OFl COMPROMISE. Olevcland Coal Strike Conferenoo Likely to Bo a Failure. Many Operators stnrt for Home nntl Strikers Stand Firm. (Rr Amnclatrt rrraa ) CU:Vi:i,AN!, O.. .May 17.-TI.is ls the gloomiest day of the blfr coal confer ence, mid possibly It will be the last. Tho miners and operators before the Convention was called to older seemed ns far arart ns they ever were, nnd nt tho Hollendcn nnd 'Wcddell, where the I operators arc quartered, tho belief 'seems to bo general that when evening, I comes the conference will come to an 1 nnd without the conferrees hnvlng. I reached nnythlns nppronchlnfj a settle-1 ment. I Not even a modus vlvendl, whereby the country may be supplied with coal I and the question of wages discussed nt another time, Is exported. The Conven tion was called to order shortly nfter 0 o'clock, and Chairman .erbe nsked for n report of the Conference Com mittee. i:very delegate In historic Case I Hall knew- Just vvhnt It vvoulil be, that no agreement could be reached, and , there were no surprises In that. The miners had been Informed by the 1 niornlntf .newspapers of the belief ex- i'mTnh' by ,h,e, l",,"rs that Vresldent I Mcllrlde could not keep the men on strike much longer, and they proceed" ' to dispel what tbev called a delusli upon the pan of their employers. They '.''""-'l to the fact that strike "ho com lleteiind far-reaching In Its results, aie I ,t,hieH!',cinrpJ 0lT ,y "", "trikers vvhen 1 mil ' nVi;,so milc' to encourage and so Utile to discourage them Srerel-jry Patrick J Mcllrvde has Insist,-1 all along that no settlement can 'e! "',", l,."'cn!"-f' tl" operators have not .vet relt the rigors of a complete tle-un Many operators Flarteil borne last night !.1?,!."?ii""lr IT'11'"'. '"! some vven away this morning, so thu the Convin- t on when It wan called to order co - I slstod of not more than thiee hundred i ,2MVrief.?-7rof0,,rhund"- I oi'i'ij' "nlLki'Tn'o1 ti&ti'Kl Ktrlke. ns they, espcei ,y tho from I 'I fsbiirg who hae taken cot tracts n deliver about .won) tons of coa to rail p.'LOTl.To1 iSSi .l!SVnS h? befoie invlgntlon was falrh opened n, tlrm. after M, r$J. J fr,?n'" '"'' water over 1 HO ml s ,2 rnl nn ' as these I, ,ve ,. Mr me" le,l,2n'rJ,.,;,, ment of Hie vexed 'iuisHon Ptttlp- WHEAT MARKET ACTIVE. Tl... Opening ,... ,-,. n Hull), Wheat dropped nbout 3-Sc. nt the Jul Martini,- here nt M W, ani, M 0.K(, he I- nt 'hk-"r'' Shortly nfter he opening there wns n decided change In sen. ment. and f.om the compara"ve MiiKglshness of the opening, the mnrlet became quite excite., mltanclng on buying by local nntl foreign tra ers t la leported that the Chicago "ear clique, under the leadership of Pard' ridge, put out n rood de I of short wheat early tho day. Com and oats were a shade easier, with trading light! .hri'nM.IT'" qule,l a,1(J 801'1 ofT nbout Si JtP2mt".,Vn.ca"?.,a""' Au?"t sell-niJi- '-rS a7,0, cr" nw ' favor t9iix, LlverPOol market Is closed LONDON & LIVERPOOL 86 and 88 BOWERY. GREAT SALE l.tpry 41 H nnd V.Mul! hi nur o'orr 111 br noht nt the nullum, nrlrr nl H.N.1. A rr lnirknt(. r-riiMiu mid a hrn pinrk rnmprl nn In tnulti1 CliU piu rlllrr. V.yrry liiiirhnnrr nl n "till nt ttH.H.I ulll rrrrlvr our trlulrl Biinruurt nnd If nnt n, rrp rrnentrdt nil purr uuol nl llir fhirM t lurr, tlie imiiicy nlll Im rclitutiril. Itr mrmlFrr in plvr nn llir rltntrc nl r.ny blH.(M) nr SJO.OO milt In our Murr ul I'Trry pnrrlinnrr nl nur tnrr ilurlnc thin Br nt unlr ulll lir irprntnl with n linml unnir S!l lltrlj nr Alplur lint 1 lirliitfliix thin ndrrtlHrnifiit uml kUIum It In nn of our hulcsimcii. LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO., fill nnd HS IMIWKItV, for, HKSTIHt 8T. Only Ons Store. See Our Whdows. "THE WORLD'S sv A KIT. $ l KTOII ! 1 V i OFFICE, ig J 32d ST. J? Flint's Fine Furniture. SUMMER STYLES. Rattan and rrfl tho etronnnt of llelit furni ture ant the Mghtrst of atrong furnlturt tt la apeclallr adapted to the lummer homo We have a largo assortment of cany chain of all desrrlp-tlon-i, rout hra ce.tcea, aette rockcra atl furni ture that hflpa -to make a summer day acrreable. They ore plain and mihstantial or handsomely finished, cushioned or uncunMoned, lth their pliant backa and scati. nothing can be more com fortable. We ahnuld like yon to tco them ani to noMce our prtcca. In qtiatlty and economy our furniture has no superior. (In account of rrmnvnl Au.i t to nnr new htiUtllnffft, nt. 13 Id nnd 17 Weit 23rl nt. wo barr rut prlrrs to rrdurn Atnrk. GEO. C. FLINT CO., iTUMTriti: .iiMiniis, JOt, 100 AMI ios vi:mt I ITII ST. CEMETERY VANDALS CAUGHT. Men Who Felled Treos Hold Up b7 Armed Officials. Wcro Towlnfc Ijos Down Flushing Creek When Captured. FLUSHING, n. I.. Mny 17.-Col. .T. 11. MoAlpln, SupcTlnlctiilent of tho Cedar Oiom1 Ccinrtary, hits hcon muoh an nonl by nml.ils, who huvo (lit ilown1 tho locust treos In tlin oometory. Thosp trpps wcro nn ornament to the coniPtcry j nnil thrlr dpstructlnn ilotrnrloil from Its. natural boauly. C'nl. MrAlpIn iIcl'MpiI ' to lay In wait for the . mil, lis. Yester day tho Colonel wns Informed that the treo.s were belnK cut dnwi. He summoned Constable Methrcn and tnnether tho two liy In wait for the woodmen. After a while they saw three men In boats toning loeusi tres ilnun Flushing I'reek nnd out Into the bay. The men hail folio 1 the.se trees In the cemetery. Col. MoAlpln and Constable Methicn, both nrmed with revolvers, ! wailed out into tho muddy creek up to their waists. They ordered the three nvn nt tho muzzles of their revolvers to hold up. The men did so nnd were arrested They Kne their names as Walter Thomas, .lohn iaev and chirles llanm.s, nil of Newtown. They were ar ralKiud to-diy In couit and fined $10 each. EXTRA DAMAGES REFUSED. AilKiltitlll Dill) Will Only (let tjlt-'l,-TOII from W. . Ilrnilj. JihIrp IvTcombe to-day refused Au Kiistln Oaly J23,7i1 extra comnensatlon from William A, Ilridy for the u.se of the nllr.Hd scene In 'I'n.ler the (is 1 llsht." which was Ineorponted by lirndy Into "After Dark." Jlr. Daly cot 113,701) dnmaKes. 'UVnliTH VIII hu ii Itiillrmii, (Iljr Amerlalf.) Preia.) I.nAVKNWOHTII, Kan., Mny 17. Gen. Sanders's aimy Is greatly exercised oxer the decision of t'nlteil States Com. uilssioncr WnKRonei, nnd It may nuke mischief (Jen Sunders has koiip to Topeki, to Institute ImlieaH corpus proceedlnKs before JudKe Poster for th" lelense of the Industrlnls. Suits will also be broiiKht fiBalnst the Missouri l'aelllc for false Imprisonment. Wi'iijrr til lie Tried In Miilm, Illy Afiratr, Prr.a ) GUr.HN IUVnit.Wjo, May 17 I'nlta I States Marsh.il IMnkhiim nnd ileputleu ' nrrlved herp to-diy with wnrnlits fori Shetller's Commouw-alcrs. He will take them to Idaho for trial He reports :!! f'ominonwo.ilrr travelling by wanna I from Welser and numerous small pirtles saint; lint over the Or.'Kin Short Line. flnliln'K Men Ted In Worry, Pn, Illy Aasorlalei Trfas ) nnitRV, I'a May 17 -Onlvln'H Indus trials nrrlveil hero ypsteid.iy with 112 men In line A Kttle food was Riven them, but uii n rnlo Iho people have no uso for them. Tho urmy will lenve for Illalrsvillo to-day. ConalderliiFT SiTeetliind'K Cnnr. Ttit cai of "an " Sw.rllinJ n prtaenlcd this narnlim to tha Oraod Jury, I. la con mandrr of tha Conaactlcut rootlnctnt of Coity'g Am Jo wa b.ld by I'ollc. Juitlct Ourk for ri4tP4 wlUsat a, prnuu Daniell and Sons GREAT SACRIFICE SALE OF REMNANTS At Nominal Prices. Tin: KNrnti: acwmui.ation for Tiuti:i: .tioNTHN. ADOUT SIX THOUSAND YARDS 07 SpringaSummer SILKS WILL, DE CLOSCD OUT at 25c- 29C 39c;d 49cyd. oun sni.LiNo rrticE for them has pre viously BEEN FROM 50c. to $1.65 yard. AS WE ONLY SELJ, SILKS OF A THOR- oL'mii.v m:i.iAiii.E quality the attrac tive NVTIIti: OF THIS akmounccmcnt WILL HE easily I'KRCEIVED. WASH GOODS, CUT I.E.N'nTlIS CONRISTINO OF CIIAI.LIES, CHCrONS, LAWNS, &C, a 5 'yd. WOOL DRESS GOODS. CONSISTS or THIS SEASON'S NOVELTIES IN LENGTHS RANOINa FROM 3K to 7 yards, at 1 J '' Zj and Ji) 'yl. FORMER TRICES $1.00. SL50 and $2.00 yd. This Sale is Unprecedented, groadtoa.Sfim. Sts. II FATAL" BURGLAH CHASE. Constable Shot Doad by a Des perado at Weston, Mass. Murderer Caught lie Says Ho Hulls from New York City. (Ilr AMtoela'e.1 Prfsa ) WAI.THAM. Mass., Mny 17. Constn hle Janes Farrar, of South Lincoln, wns killed hy a hurslar nt Weston about 5 30 o'clock this mornlnfr. The murderer wni captured. Ho Rives his name iih William Ilarrett, and claims New York as his home. lietwcen 2 nnd 3 o'clock this morning Constable Farrar was awakened by the nnlse made by two men In his room. When they found thqy were discovered both Jumped frem a window and fled. A hearchinK party 0f ki men was at once formed. They followed the trail to Weston, and at the railroad station the p.irt divided, John Farr.i and Ned, his mother, Rolnc down the track, nnd the other four koIiik around a hill, Thu Farr.irs had iroceerid only a short distance, when they saw a man makln? a lire In the woods. Constable Farr.ir reeoKnlzed him, and without hrsltttlnn ran up nnd seized him. Quick ns a Hash the man pulled a revolver and llred three times, all three bullets tak Inff effect In the reclon of Farrar's head. Ho then threw the revolver nwny nnd attempted to escape. Another member of the party seized n club and struck the desperado over the head, rendering him insensible. Ilarrett, the murderer, Is fifty-three yensr of aire, and claims to have born In Knxland. He says he ls n wood-turner. In his pockets were found a dark lan tern, a Jimmy, a pair of key nippers, a porket-book, containing a cartridge for the revolver which he threw away, and a watch, marked "Ned" on the case. Chinese Iileu of I lie I'lnnn. A Chinaman lately returned from a trip to Huiope, Das None Hlatt says, treated his countrymen to the follow Ini; description of the piano: "The Eu rope ins keep a large, four-legged beast which they can make to sing at will. A man. or more frequently n woman, or even ii 'feeble glil, sits down In front of the nnlmal nnd steps on Its tall, while, nt the same time, striking Its white teeth with his or her fingers when the creatuie begins to sing. The singing, though much louder thnn n bird's, ls pleasant to listen to. The beast does i.ot bile, nor docs It move, though It Is not tied up." a p zffij Lydla fii2Cij$L Vegetable x? jflv&Ms Compound 4$&&& CURES irregularity, fiiippre.sse 1 or Painful Menstruations, Weakness of the Sumach, Indlgeulon, Iloitlnif, Flooding, Nervous l'rjstratlon, Ik tilichF, General Debility, Kidney Com plaints In either rex. livery time It will relievo Backacho, Fnlntness. I'xtrcme Ijissltude, "don't care" and "want to be '.eft ulone" feeling, exeltnbll. Py, Irritability, nervousness, sleeplesoness, tlatulency, melancholy, or the "blues.'1 These are sure Indications of Female Weakness, somo derangement of the Ute rus, or Womb Troubles. Kvery woman, married or slngle.should own and read "Woman's Iienuty, Peril, Duty," an Illustrated book of 30 pages, containing Important Information that every woman nhould know about herself. We send It free to any reader of this paper All dnit-f lata roll th Plnkham medicine Ad nrran In roiindence, Lvoi A B. I'lXUUAU Mco. Co. , I.YHM.Maim. Lyaia E. Plnkbem'i Uvcr PIIU, 28 cent. WRAPPERS, 33c. FRIDAY MORNING FROM 0 to 12 o'clock 100 doZ. Lighl Calico WrappoiH, Wattoou bacl UBimlly sold at 75c, nt 331 89c. 200 dozen BOFT FINISH PER CALE WRAP PEIIS, as Il lustrated, col lar and rum trimmed with Hamburg Edg. Ing, Immense sleeves, Wat tcau back, WOP.TII , at 89c. 100 dozen Fine Gingham Wrap, pers, made In various styles. J Dfl worth H.U8, nt jJ 100 dozen Gingham ' Jyjjjjmrrfl Skirts, worth 70c, lllilf (It lin 1 aOay. I I Ml mft I II II I 1M flozen Fit JJ 111 If I ll'llll a nlack Sateen SklrU, rrWrmnTTriV.T.T 3 Pnked rufflet' II I llfi worth JU9, """'J' -88. "' Ladles' Waists8T 100 dozen Ladles' Laundered Shirt I WaUts, plaited bosom and back, fine Chambrays and Percales, ' never sold at less than l.tD. Also 50 dozen tailor-made, of best Per cales, yoke back, lnundered col- Q lar and cuffs, worth Jl.W, nt Q Gonfinuafion of the Great Special Sale ol Leather Goods. An enormous purchase of fine Leatha Goods from one of the largest and bej makera In this country the entire stod at less than 50c. on the dollar. jpZx At 1 2c. II Sensible Parlsta sdhLilffifilk2i Shopping Bag I Tvavtv w wl,h p"n :,trlns I. ii S V W nnrt ,mn'llc!', I" I V . jj variety of pattern Se.s Leather tlcois, Comtilnatlon Collar nnd Cuff 1 ISoxes. worth $1.0.1, speclnl at.... ,1 Dressing Cases, containing comb, hair, tootl. and mil brushes, 0 worth J1.00 special at V Shoe Rets, with brush, dauber and 0 blacking, worth H.fal, special at.. ,0 Our Oreat Special. 12-Inch Folld grained Leather Satchels, always sold for J1.S9, 0 special at VU Also 1,000 Combination Pocket books, assorted leathers, worth t'c. to 41.25, Fpcclal at .15, .19, .47, .61 Bloomingdale Bros., Third Ave.. 5Sth and 60th S'.s. , FOR FIRE SUFFERERS. Iloneflt tn Ho Olien In noston nn Ilcllef Committee- NnmeU. in) Ainoclati's rrcia ) DOSTON, May 17.-A public meetlnl of citizens was held last night In in People's Institute. Hoxbury. to devise ways and means towards railing a fund and a supply of household effects fori thOBe who lost their nil In Tuesday'! A Ilel'lef Committee was appointed to take entire chnrge nf all contribution! and their distribution , .,,.. Five hundred dollars was subscribes, at tho meetlrg, nnd Mnn.iger Joan Graham, of the Graham Concert com pany, reported that arrangements naa been made for n big relief concert to be held on Mny 27 In the lioston rhe litre. Manager Tompkins has tendered the free use of his theatre, nnd the fol lowing companies have cunsentcd to np pear: Wilson Itarrett'H conipi'ny. ''Utopia. Limited." company, Trancli Wlkon compnny, Frank Mayo company and II. F. Keith's stars. . A special service, with addresses dt prominent lioston clergymen, for ino benefit of the homeless, was held mtn rtugglcs Street Haptlst Church la night, nnd the collections amounted to revcrnl hundred dollars. The fund in nil now amounts to over $1,000. BONDED WAREHOUSE GUTTED Fire In IliiKton Cniinea tin" I"" ' lf7.t,KM. (Ilr Aaaoolalod Prcaa ) UOSTON, May 17 Flro started In the flvc-story granite building on Giati street, corner of India rtrect, nt 2. o'clock this morning. It was first dis covered In the United Stntes Appraiser omce, nnd rapidly spread to the bonded warehouse. It spread so fast that foui alarm wcro rung in. Drnr The building Is owned by Mrs. Parar Stevens, and It leased by the United States Government. tM The fire was kept within the boiyledl warehouses, but the building was Ru'ted. and the loss In that klone will probably exceed $25,000. Tho lower floor Is occu pied a a welghlng-room, and the ne two floora by the apiiraler an'lfl"h spectoni. while the jourth and flfln lloor ar used as a bonded warehouse and contained a miscellaneous lot or 8ooJ. On a rough eitlmate, the lost U 10 Government li J1M.000.