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WiP'-. ' ' THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 189fr '""
Eengemajull right. KLlfalbaum'a Traok May Got a RF Liconso Thursday. Wt Western Delegates Seem to Have raK Had a Fruitless Trip. HTHful to Pevy Their Way Into the Em ' Graveend Race Track. IjV The meeting of the turf representa- Kl4' Uvea In the rooms of the Jockey Club fjk laat night was about as stormy as v. as jf the weather. Edward Corrlsan, strange J0J to relate, was one of the coolest In the k party. Keene. Hunter. Knapp and a& Jackman were tempestuous, and Mr. ujf Hunter looked at one time as If he iff- waa rolrg to have an apopleptlc fit, but 2 he managed to recover his temper. Mr. Keene did see (It to apologize to Sf Mr. Engeman for the gratuitous Insult S5 the Jockey Club, through Sir. "Chappie" JAj, Bturgla, showed to the Brighton Beach S$- Association in the letter of Saturday ad- $'' dressed to W. J. Spelrs. Vir The revocation of the bocott rule In j the case of Brighton Beach of course Sji carries with It the annulment of this, &' ana of thfc most objectionable regula- p lions to the horsemen who bae opposed 'jfr tha Jockey Club. There will be 1-2-3 bet- fV Ung, and it Is probable that there will 3 be foreign books at Brighton. In return Mfi tor the privilege of nestling under the ' wine of the Jockey Club and rubbing up ! against such high-class Jockey Club so- 'A ciety gentlemen is James H. Keene, N V C Daly, John Hunter and the Unjer ' brothers. Mr. Engeman will chip In to ! help pay the early salary of Mr. Hunter ' and the other Jockey Club servants. Saratoga will probably get a license, K lust aa Brighton did. and the privilege of foreign books. Just where Mr, Corrl- ." nn and Mr. Howard come In It Is hard to ee. They claim the hne been y treated shamefully by the American ' Turf Congiefs, and the Jockey C lub X moguls profess to believe that Tarleton ,'i ' and bis ccnfreres were harfh to the l ni si cago men, but Corrlgan and Howard 7 were Informed that they cannot be ad s'1 tnltted within the Jockey Club shrine P until they have made peace with the w Turf Congress and done whatever pen- ance 'he Western turf rulers see fit to ft$ One thing that was especially shabby ErF In the treatment of Messrs Howard and mt Corrlgan was the action of the Brook- & lyn Jocliey Club In accepting pay from K these gentlemen for admission to the Rt, Oravesend track yesterday, iilf Had Mr. Keene and Mr. Hunter gone to Chicago to attend a conference there is With Messrs. Corrlgan and Howard, they i?' would at least have been treated with common courtesy. Mr. Corrlgan has owned more horse than Messrs. Keene and Hunter and half a doxen other ',t Jockey Club members to boot, and has F been a prominent figure on the turf for if many years. , , . & The Saratoga license may be Issued IS, Thursday. A meeting will be held. S perhaps to-day, to consider the matter. H BULLET MISSED HIS WIFE. fW' Hot Xttpsr's Shot at Himself AVn 'ffi More Successful. I! Louis) Nespar, who is In Bellevue Hospital with a bullet wound In his breast, waa a trifle better to-day, and Ui the surgeons said he would recover. n Th wound was self-inflicted, Nespar i turning the pistol on himself after tr fl Ing to kill his wife. 5 Mrs, N os par says her husband was so ' cruel that she fled from their flat at 11M Avenue A with her buby and her fourteen-year-old daughter- and hired two rooms In the basement of 1JJ0 Irst , avenue. Here Nespar found his family yesterday and drew a pistol. His wife ran, with her baby In her arms, and her daughter followed. Nespar fired a bullet after his wife, but failed to hit her. und then shot himself. Finding that he was not going to die. 5- Nespar surrendered himself to Police- it, man Plllon. and was taken to Btllevue. A He is under police guurd, and when ho ft Is sufficiently recovered will be held to answer for trying to kill his wife und attempting to commit suicide. I BURGLAR AND STREET THIEF. 'it Vbat Description Fits Krltch, If S Charsies Are True. $) William Frltch. alias "Dutch Fritz," '14 sixteen years old, of 336 Delancey street, h ' was held In $1,000 for trial when ar il ralgned before Justice Hogan In Essex S Market Court to-day. He Is charged Is with breaking Into the apartments of K Adolph Bernstein, at 101 1-2 Lewis street, 'I about a week ago and stealing $70 worth r worth of clothing. St He Is also accused of snatching a 'at surae containing 330.75 from the hands " of Miss Nellie Metsler, of 118 Lewis J street, while she was passing along 1. Illvington street yesterday. Hhe pur- aued the prisoner and caught and held A- him until Policeman Fallon placed hi in Cfc. under arrest. WHOSE SON IS HE7 'ifl Step-Son of "Silver" Flint Hesitates HP Between Two Fathers. jj (Dr Aaeoelated Preaa.) j. BAN FRANCISCO. May 29,-Mlro de fi lamotte, a tenor singer, Is In doubt a whether he is the son of W. A. Collins, A of Hartford, Conn., or John B. de La- t snotte, who died In Philadelphia a few S" years ago. leaving a large estate. I Two years ago In Chicago he met a woman who convinced him that she was iff his mother. She was the widow of "811- m& ver" Flint, long with the Chicago ball A team. Her story was that she had. when swic quite young, married De Lamotte, but KTi left him and gave her child to Collins for Sf adoption. Mrs. Flint accompanied De & Lamotte to this city and died here on F, May lL Wf, PETROLEUM T0"r1VAL 0LE0. tfu CUleaara Hen's Schenir to Combine K?S H with Vegetable Oils. B Or AuocUUA Pri ) j, CHICAGO. May 29.-WUliam II, Lee Bv and Fred C. Laird, of Laird & Lee, the R publishers, and Alexander W. Winter lc& have secured patents on a process for .?' eeblnlnr mineral and vegetable oils, K which. It Is claimed, will revolutionize HK t the manufacture of butterlne, oleo- p margarine, compound lard and other 1ml- -' tatlon products of the packing-houses It is expected by the owners that the ssmJ-. l nsw oil will enter Into competition with ssWSl'f'' the cotton and cotton-eeed oil lndusttlet., smS4(VVt,''and prove another bonunia to the pro saaWwS " ameers of petroleum. The owners of the (, ) 'patent say they have refused an offer r 4 5rH.0.oe5. for their rights. Hm s Stt(h4 in a Barroom Ilrawl. H ' ,v (Br Awlst4 Pr..) B' ' JHfW BAVp, Oua., Mir WlWim Cur Lj &1 ' Jir, '. rsBi as tin CouollJatdwi luilrotd, BaL't't A Sus'sssH! lour Hsu Is lh bck Itu nltbt ' M. Kts sllfse Jme, Ul7. t Worewl.r. la n ,i 'ii'wr-Mop Irnwl Uarrsa'i rondltlou li pre m ' ' taySgTaslfaiuH, BBf-v!' ' Ohararad with Wife Murder. Bp1 - ' lih ' tBT Asssslst riot.) K' 'tj'd HayiOTlA. Mlea., Wr ,-W. H. Ttr. mF1 ' iisin't la rlim" v political ctrclts is B!'. i .' sMs irlittr ass ha srrHt4 on U ehtrie tj! .'Z'iv ,r"' lt4 sM taiiia,r Wt isVfc nwi rn iinTf it- "- K Tffsl aislTsalsalaTITn V " bmituwe, CAN'T PUNISH THE DOCTORS. a Fourth Ward FhysioiAna Dida't Intend to Conceal Small-Pox. Seven New Cnes Dhrox rn.il bj the Health Authurltlr. I While the circumstances seem to Indl-1 cate that the phslctans who attended ' the concealed cases of small-pox In fin j lower end of the Fourth Ward jbout two weeks ano, are guilty of groni neg ligence, and are In a gieat measure r stKinnlble for the spread of the contagion In that neighborhood. Dr. Dot), Chief of the Bureau of Contwslous Disease"!, de clares that the Board of Ileilth Is pow erless In the matter of punishing the of fender. The phvslclnns, I)r Doty declares, ure only technically guilty of a violation of the law. and therefore any attempt to criminally prosecute them would un doubtedly fall The several phvclntis who were sum moned before the Board of Health to explain wh they had failed to report small pox caes for which tney Mad prescribed state! In every Instance that they were uncertain as to the nnmre of i of the disease They all decland thlt they hnd only been called once before the appearance of a n eruptions A prercrlp tlon was left, which was tilled at Komn near-by drug store by ome relative of the pitlent, and perhaps no other vllt wob ever made t any phvsklan to the patient again ... The accused phvslclan also pleaded that there was no object for them to attempt to conceal the f.ics from the Miard of Health, as the people were In varlaMv very pwr and unnli.'e, us a rule, to tven pv for the medicine prescribed, much less the professional -ervlces This explanation was partially corrobo rate! bj the discovery of several ifitiva lescent patients who had been treated and nursed b members of the fimlly during the perloj of lnfectljn without the knowledge of even other families In the same tenement In that way the dlseise was fpread 10 numerous families Had It not been for a house-to-house ennvacs, both dav and night, bv Health Inpectors, prompted by the persistency with which cases developed In the low it end of the ward, there would undoubted ly have been an alarming outbreak of the disease, and scores of patients wher there are now rompiratlvely few Notwithstanding the (.special precau tions exercised b the health otllclalF, rases continue to crop out In the vlrln Ity of Cherry Hill nnd In the squalid tenements down along the rlvcr-front towards Battery Park But the disease. Dr. Doty feels assured, will not become epidemic, and there need be no fear of any considerable spread, as the ward Is kept under the closest survelllencu by an Increased corps of Inspectors. yesterdav there were only Ave rases found. line of the patients, Mlnnlo Kugcr, twenty-one sears old, of 8fi lames street, walked Into the Bureau of Con tagious Diseases during the afternoon and said she feared she had small-pox. An ambulance very opportunely hap pened to be passing and the patient was removid to the lUceptlon Hnspltil Verv luckily the crowds of people who visit the Bureau dally to have their children vaccinated had thinned down to a hulf dozen or less, none of whom. It was found, had come In contact with the Infected visitor However, the build ing was dlHlnfected as soon as the pa tient was removed. Other enses sent to North Brother Isl and were Charles Knglehardt, thirty-six years old. of 23i Park Row, who was taken from Bellevue Hospital, where ho had gone for treatment: John Lavory, twenty-two years old, of 21 Oak street, and Jnseph Lampson, twenty-five years old, from the New York DlRpensary. nnd Amerigo Cnponlngro, tdnetecn years old, of 81 Madison street. B0ERCKE HELD FOR MURDER. Arrrstril Here for Killing Rilnnril l)j ltman nt Corona, 1.. I. Rudolph Bnrrcke, of 1621 Kast Hnd avenue, a book agent, was turned over to u representative of the Cat oner of Corona, I. I , this morning, where he w.ll be held for examination in a charge of nnmtclde Boercke la charged with killing Kd wutd Dilution, fventy vears of age, of 22i rirst street, Brookljn, on Sunday. Boercke went shooting, but failed to have much success In his search for cume. He went to Corona and let up a tomato can at one end of a vacant lot He fired at this as a target for awhile, and then picked up his traps und came batk to this city When Central Oftlre I), tectlves Aloncle and Formosa arrested Boercke last night at his home, the prisoner said he knew nothing of the death he hnd caused. " It must have beoi a remarkably hid shot," he said It Is understood that Dykman was passing back of the target nnd one of the bullets went wide of the mark and struck him WHEAT LOWER COTTON HIGH Longs liny Cotton on lllirlirr Liver pool unit Sell t heiit, Wheat took a tumble to-day. Local longs had taken a good dial of wheut yesterday In anticipation of a sharp rise In prices on reported frost due last night In the wheat belt. The frost did not come to time, and the longs scrambled to unload Weakness abroad helped along the depression. The decline hero was nearly one cent a bushel, and about three-iiuartcrs of u cent at Chicago July here sold off to 57 3-lc, and In Chicago to 65 l-4c Corn and oats were easier and quiet July corn sold at 43 5-Se here Cotton was decidedly stronger early, with an advance of 5 points at the slait This was on better Liverpool and Man chester markets June opened at 7 iv), July, 7 0f, and August, 7 10 a 7 12 There was good buying for local and foreign long account nnd nlso for loial shorts Receipts at ports to-day were 3 i bales, against 6,0-10 last year. Ono Browned nml Three Unveil. Illy AuocUuJ rrrrs I niUSTOU K. I Mux 29 Vi IMIrlK Moon Robert Rojrltjr and Jtmcs Melleiry nere rontns Mix Dotpn of the llthtlhlp out to hli matloa tbtt morntns tht boat upt.1 Mdltnr) aa droftiifd and Hit otbara narrow ly craped Relief in Hood's Biliousness and Indigestion Are Quickly Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Bhooxlts, N. Y , Ua (, 1W.U.- I Live beau a ureal aufftrsr for 10 jevra )tli blUoutnciv and Indisaatlou, andlmvoduv oed wltliou vet tinsr an) relief 1 va Inunred lait fill to tr Ilcod'a Ban-Manila I fnual to lef ver looa tier lallni; it. 1 htvc tbVsu It Ibii a rinic nllli aucliirool rcaulta that I 'eel llko aittneieul tcr ou. Mas. U. buna, bU Oxford :. HOOCi'5 ",. Cures -sVTy-ta-ta. Hi. JouK.Tit.lr, N V., Mar 13, INm.-l bar taken two bott'ea of Iloo.l'a Barutrlll audit hMlielixil me very much. My mutlier bad IU grili at a it left bet wltn a bail pain la bcr We. Bhe ban ttten ose bottle of Hood's Bjraa pajilla and tbe pain 1, gone. Itsistx Vuuia, Heed's Pills qurs all )trr Ilia. Mliouioaia. lndiceatlvs, ccatl(sttoa, tlok htidtebo. S&e. VANDALS AT' JONES'S WOOD. - Silverwaro in the Ruiua to the Value of $20,000 Their Proy. Insurant c People Oiler No I'roloi tlon to the l'roperlj. The blnckened acres where until last Wednesday night stood the man) pavll i Ions, platforms find pliaaure houses of old "Jones s uod ' nre dally jnd nlghtl) the scene of small rlotB mid the dipre datlons nt hoodlums A report rtnchid "The Kvenlug World" this morning that a crowd of bos had last night dug fiom the ruins a quantity of silverware and mude off with It A reporter sent to the scene learned that the Ljnit nrea Is a prcvlng ground for a gang of junk-gathcri rs and the fre quent seme of disorder at night There Is a vast quantity of damaged prnpirty exposed, nnd there has not bein ,from the beginning n single In surance I atrolmau or ixillceman sta tioned on the spot There wero piowlers nil over the pluce this morning turning up the wreckage and picking out niiterlal of real or funded value In a corner of a found ttlon wall the reporter canie upon n half dozen tough-looking voting men who were digging out u long plice of lend pipe At the approach of u stranger their tools were dropped und the ctuwil assumed a careless air "The Insurance people haven't done ,i thing to protect this propertv." said John K Hchulthels, Jr., son of the proprietor of the Wood " " There Is a loss of hilf a million here, divided among ono hundred and nine. compunlen, and nothing has been untie to protect this property from the highest-handed vandalism 1 ever heard of In New York "We have called their nttentlon to the plundering going on, but nobody has been sent to us. I have put on a number of my own men several nights, but the roughs get together In u big crowd and chuse them away with bale sticks It's worth an unuimed man's life to try to watch this place nt night "I wouldn't b Ht all surprised If quantities of tdlverwure should he found In the rulna, but 't Is useless for any thing except as bullion. We had In the restnurint- about si) plena of silver knives, forks, spoons, ladles, plitters, pltchirs. castors, nnd every Item of ta ble service you can think of There Is J20.OJ0 worth In the ruin", and sterling silver at that. "We have thought It highly desirable to protect the property until the adjust ment of the Insurant e, but wp find that wo cannot do so without mounting nn armed ruard, so we have given It up In dlkgust ' Mr. Schulthelss big safe has warped and burst open In the ruins of the ollice The A0 r i3t0 In cash und the vnluible paners It contained were found Intact The owners of the "Wood" nte no npir er a catlsfactorv opinion of the origin of the tire than they wen- In the beginning Mr. Schulthels, Jr. who lived on the grounds, lost his residence without In Furunce All the nst of the property was fullv Insured. A search for the boys who made lsst night's find proved un-vvalllng It was said that thev had taken their plunder and hidden It In nn old cellar on Sev entieth street. Th hiding place, however, could not be located, and no one could be found who woultl admit knowing anything about the matter. The poor people of the neighborhood have all 'urned wreck ers, and protect each other. HID 1HE1 SEEN m m. Yet Miss Echweiber Fled from Ijorno to Join Him. Father Lrnv en Atlnntlc City loSenrch for Ills Daughter. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J May . Joseph ISchwelber, ore of the best-known residents of L'gg Hnrbor, left that place this mornlnir for New ork to search for his sixteen-year-old daughter, who eloped vcsttrdiiy. The elopement Is one of the most sensational on record. Miss Schwelber, who Is very pretty, has never seen the man she left home to Join. She had been corresponding with him unknown to her parents Yes terday she received a lcttr Inclosing 115 and a photograph of her admirer. While her father was. away she qui etly packed up her clothes, and taking his team, drove to Ulwootl and took a train for New York, Mr. Schwelber refuses to tell the name of the man, but It In said he Is voung and lives In Brooklvn. A vounc man and woman called at the lletlth Department esterdav and told Clerk Ooldman that they desired to get marrltd They were told that marrlago cirtlllcntes were not Issued there, and the couple hurried awav to find a police magistrate at Mr Gold man's advice. The couple did not give their names or adrtrtss, but It Is thought the joung woman Is Miss Schwelher. They were very nervous. CLOSED FOR LACK OF COAL. Ititllrnail nnd Other Sbnpa Keel the llffeets of the Mrlke. Illr Associated Prrsa ) ST LOIMS May 29 -Specials from railroad centres of Missouri, Kansas nnd Arkansas Indicate that business there Is becoming nffected by the coal miners' strike nnd the consequent scar city of coil At Sedalla, Mo, the Mis souri Taclllc shops shut down at noon vestertlav for the remainder of the month Thn shops of the Central branch rallroid nt Atihlon Knn , have been closed down Indefinitely At Van Huren. Ark , the Missouri Pacific road shups nnd round-house are at a standstill, nothing but passengers and perlshiblo frelgl ts muvlng At Lincoln 111 , the roller m II. havo closed down and yesterday the electric 1 stret cars were obliged to stop running DYNAMITE IN THE MINES. Cripple Creel. Strikers Coulil llnve Killed Ml Niiu-l iilon Itinera. Illy A.ioclilf.l I'iru ) DKNVKU, Col , Msv :9 -Information has been tecelved from Cripple Creel: that even hid the strlkeis ben driven from ths camp, the men who toik their p'.aca In the minis would be In imminent pirll Kverv mine. In the camp over widen there has been trjub'e la "loaded ' Large iiuunlltlej of dvnat-ltc inve been snreu In the shafts back of tlia timbering by the strikers, and hidden wires attached to theie charges In such a manner that they could have been ex ploded and every person In the mines lnunily killed v.hlls the men who opei. uted the battery remalneJ out of sight. 1 Kort Wnne I'ollceinen Strike, (U AiaocUteJ rresa ) FOIIT WAY Si:, Ind Mar S The alteata of Fori vans " tatrollM la.t night by ln than one-half the uiual pollrt force The new He(iubllcaii board uf Safety laat erenloc an. nciuiKa tbe namaa of twelve patrolman who vould be dlaciltfcd freci the force neat Pridar, Theae men wnt on a etrlko laat slht. Some paraded the alreete la nnlMrm. but reruaed to dd police due. FALSE LOVER CAUSED HER WOE. So Says tho Woman Who Sues Ernest Victor Marsohall. .Miirln i:ilns WntilH 910,000 for Al lecnl Iirrni'h of Promise, Krnest Victor Marschall, proprietor of Hi' Moeha Cafe, at so Third avenue, was arresteJ late sister Jay afternoon by Deputy Hherlff Wulgirlng on an older Issued by Judge riUslmmons, of the City Court, In nn action begun against him by Maria Kllas to recover I10.W damages for breach of promise an 1 betrayal She alleges that the defendant became verv attentive to her and In August, loll proposed imrrlagc She ac cepted his offer and It wns arronged, she says, thnt they woull Ik- married during the Christmas holidays of that year. I'nder the promise of marriage the plilntlff swears, Marshall deceived her and Is the father of a child born to, her May 11 last at r hospital In this city. Marsohall promptly furnished the J1.000 ball required, and was not taken to Jill In hir complaint Maria swears that she first met Marschall In May, &M, when she went to work as a ser vant for his sister, Anna Mnrla Mnr schnll, who then resided at 103 Clark street, Brooklyn Maria Kllas swears that Marschall Is a man of meiuiB, and has a large Income from his restaurant business He now resides with his sister at 97 Lexington avenue The plnlntlff says she comes of a good famllv In llungarv, nml Is a gruduute of a "ladles' college" there. CHINESE ORDER REVIVED. ClitcnKo Mongolians Start the Tone (ee llonic fraternity Anew. (Djr Aaaoclated Pr?si ) CHICAOO. May 29 Clsd In gorgeous fabrics and frigid formalltv seventeen Chinamen met last nlghl . id re-established the Order of Tong elee Hong In Chicago. This fraternity had existed In this cltj for many vears, but about eight months ago wan disbanded because of dissensions The Society of Tong Gee Hong Is now arranging for a permanent lodge-room, which will be fitted up In Orlentnl magnificence Ye Chow was continued at the hend of the chapter, It Is sold that ncnrlv 1,000 Mongolians In the city have taken the Initiation of the Society. Cards have been Issued by Wang Kee, the Ward McAllister of Chinatown, for the christening of his Infant son next Monday night. The event will be second only to New Year's with the Celcstlils Wang Kee thinks that Ills son will be just .is eligible to the Presldcnev of the I nlted States as any of the American boys. AWAKENED BY A MADMAN. Mrs. 1nr(le'n llunlinnil Tried to Stianiilc Her While Inimiir. John Wnrde, aged thirty, n Oermin bsrber wmi taken from his home, 127 Hnst Third street, to Iti.iovue Hospital, Insenc, this morning. Two years ago ha was Injure 1 by the "lmft of a wagon striking him on the head Durlni? the pis. two weeks he has be come violent. At 3 o'clock this morning he got up and seized bh wife by fie throat, telling her that her last hour had com" People In the house c ime to the woman's rescue In answer to her cries Policeman Sich. of the l'lfth street stntlon was culled and the mun placed under arrest Wanle wis quiet at slslit of tho policeman, but when the ambu lance arrived he struggled and fouuht. When taken to Ilcl'evue Hospital the phvslilans said he wns suffering frim i acute mania. He wns placed In tha In sane pavilion. FORGED A CONTRACT. "" l.tnilsny tint flo Commission from n I'libllshlnir House. Uobert W. Llndsav, thirty-two years old, of Carlton avenue, Brooklyn, was held for examination at Jefferson Mar ket Court to-day. He was arrested hy Centrnl Ollice Detectives Pormosa and Aloncle lust night, charged by Olbson. Catlctt & Co , publishers of the Letter Carriers' Gazette with obtaining $ from them as commission on a forged contract. Lindsay obtained a blunk contract B-itunlov, and returned to the publish ing ofllco nn hour Inter. He hail signed the contrnot "Heed & Barton, No 37 I'nlon square," and the paper called for a page advertisement, for which, It was alleged, the firm would pay $75. The publishers ascertained that the firm knew nothing of the contract, and had Lindsay arrested. i 1'nrkerslitiric. W, n., Republican. (Iljr Aaaoclated rreaa ) MAKTINSUimn, V Va , May : The tnunlcl. pal election held here yeaterdar waa a Waterloo for Ilia Peraocrata Tbe Hapubllcana carried errry sard in the town for Mayor and four out of five foe the Council The vote In ono arri la a tie John 11 Wltaon Republican, la elected Mayor by a majority of Z2 At the laat municipal election the llcmocrala elected their Mayor by 72 majority and four out of the Hie Counclltnen IVeman Murdered Id Florida. (Ily AaaoclalM Tresi ) JANsnN Ma., May Mlaa Carrie Kaeer, about twenty.two years old, waa ound murdered in the ooda near here laat nlitit The head had been aerered from the body and there were aUni that .he made a deiierate alrugele for life rmed bodlea of rillirna li been acourtnc the county looklna for cluea to the murderer, but without aucca - t??J) Lydla X Plnkham'a vyjftt Vegetable IS JmSjjW Compound aallr&S5 cures irregularity, Suppressed ur Painful Menstruations, Weakness of the Stomach, InilUeillon, Moiling, Flooding, Nervous Prostration, Headache, Qeneral Debility, Kidney Com. plaints In either sex. Every time it will relieve Backache, Falntnoss, HxtreniQ lassitude, "don't care" and "want to bs left alone" feeing. ecitubll. Itv, Irritability, nervomness, sleeplessness, flatulency, melnnohjly, or the "blues.'1 These are sure Indications of Female Weakness, ume derangement of th Uu, rus. or Womb Troubles. Kvery woman marrloj or alngle.shoukl own and read "Woman's Beauty, Peril, Duty," an Illustrated book of SO pacts, containing Important Information thai every woman should know about herself. We sind H free to any reader of tbls paper All druggists rell the Clnkhun medicines Ad. dreanlnrvoftdeu&.LYMACPINKUaiiMKiHCo.. l.Twaf.MAf. "Lydla E. Plnkham's Urcr PIU, 25 cent. 'liJJr.Vfr.'CTlflJfli.vfc rW gi foi.iiUaiitafr. . tJi BULLS GAINED F.IOnE COURAGE a Thoj Used tho Outstanding Short Intorest to Put Up Stooks. I Iliirllngtou nml Quliiry Attacked hut Quickly Hnlllcil. The bulls dlsplaed a little more courjgc this morning, and advanced the entire list, using the heavy outstanding short Interest as a lever with which to lift the maiket. They experienced little dllllculty In nlarmlng the bears In Chi cago Oas nnd Sugar. The former rose 1 to 72D-S. und the latter 1.1-8 to 100 5-8. The galnw otherwise were 1-8 to 3-4 per cent , but the volume of trading was light. The gold shipments to IJuropc had no effect upon the murkct, while the fact that securities In London were quoted firm served to encourage the traders on the "long" side. Bt. Paul rose 0-8 to fir.-8. Hock Island 1-2 to 611-4, Missouri Pncllic 1-1 to 27, Lead preferred 3-4 to 8.13-4, Heading 3-4 to 17 1-4. Western Union 3-8 to 83 7-8, Distillers 3-8 to 24 1-4, and Cordage 3-8 to S3 1-4 After 1010 A M. there was n pressure to sell Burlington & (julncy under which that Bto"k declined from 77 1-8 to 7B3-8. Manhattan felt 1 to 11G nnd Long Island Traction 3-s to 14 3-4 Speculation soon became strong again. The (luotntlon. Open ltlgh I o Amcr Toh g', s; si Amer Suuar KeT 91S I0l'4 M'i Aroer Sugar lief pf 9; Ki 1 Atch , Top A Santa Fe I', ft V, Halt 4k Ohio 7) 71 7 Lhlraso flaa 7IH 7! 71 S file, imr Qulncy 77W "7H 7S Chlr Sorthweal lOi', 10SVI K'I'J Chic, Mil ( SI P .... II ' 13S l Chic, Itotk Is. A Pac ,,,. IT, (Vi Cl C.C.t' it SI h 37 ST 57 ConaollJatel liaa 1M M 130V. Pel, I.aih k el let 161', 161 Ilia Cattle Feed 2S'a 2 21'i Lians a; Terra Haute 59 fi9 4S llrneral I'lrclrlc 3i 35 11 Lake Kbore 112 132', 13: Long laland Traction 1j 1&1; 14 I.ojIs & Nathlllle 4S'a SH 15'. Vlanhallar Conaol 117 117 ill 'Mlsaoirl raclnc 28S I7S !-i Nat Cord Co iX IVi 23 Nat Lead lo !T, 38 37, Nat Lead Co pf 3, Sl SS Nc York Central 97V, 971, ST' . N T t New England ' i SS Northern l'acinc pf IIS us US Phlla aV Reallnc K'a 17S 1" lllcli & V eat I'l Ter 10( 10 10S Soulhem I'anirc 1 Id II', Teiaa raclnc , 8H S'i I'nlon racltlc 1S, lvi 15S Wt I'nlon Tel KV, ST, S1' Wheel tl, E U'j lly lt'i A full account of Wail street arfatra will be found In the 6 O Clock Edition of The Krenlnr. V.orll ' The April statement of the Chicago, Hurllngton & Qulncy. concerning which the bea-s have neen making nil manner of comments for a week or more, proved to he unexpectedly favorable The gross earnings decreased i494,7f2, but as operating expenses were reduced 5010.7W, net earnings were 1115, 83 larger thin lint jear. Tie fixed iiitrges were i:.',SS0 less thnn 1803. The net tesult of the operations was a surplus over fixed charges of $V,3J2, against a dellclt of $.'8 014 In loKI As Bonn as these figures were mnde known the bears took alarm nnd rushed In 10 rover Hurllngton ruse from 7n 3-8 to 77 3-8 Sugar una Chicago Ois were ilaa prominent, the former soiling up to 101 1-4 nnd the latter to 73. The floating supply of stocks generally was small and Mere was in unmlstm.ably bullish tone. MORE GOLD ENGAGED. Thursday's Steumer Will Take l,ltH,00O to Europe. The steamship Havel, which Bulled for Europe to-daj, took out SLUM MO gold, of which Ladenburg, Thulmann &. Co shipped IVWOOf! and Heldclbnch, Ickel helnier & Co. J300 (WO The former firm has also taken 1500,000 to be shipped on the steamsMp Augusta Victoria, which sails on Thursday, and Heldelbnch, Ickelhelmer & Co. will for ward (GOO.OOO by the same Bteamer. BARTER'S GREAT VITALITY. Wlthntnnils HHsarilotm Snrsrery nnd Tnro Ilullet Wounds. iny Aaaoclated Treaa.) KANSAS CITY, Mo. Mny 29 -Physicians think they have a remarkable pa tient In Thomas J, Barter, who has a chance for recovery despite the fact he was shot twice In the head, and that a portion of his skull and n considerable quantity of brains have been removed by nurgeons. Barter shot himself Satur day afternoon after two Ineffectual at tempts to shoot his wife. One bullet paused through his head, en tering near the right ear and coming out at the ton of his head. Ilarter re covered quickly from the shock of the operation nnd Is now conscious and rational. 'WEALERS WORRY DENVER. Chamber of Commerce Will Con sider tbe Coxclte Question, (Uy Aaaoclated Preaa ) DENVER, Col , May 29. The Chamber of Commerce meets to-day to discuss what shall be done with the Common wea'.ers. There are about 1.200 here now, and more are making for this point, and the matter Is serious. Superintendents of all trunk lines run ning Pl.t are nere ta be ready for any emergency, and spies are among the un. emplcvel b watch their movements and give notice of any Intention to capture a train. FRYE THECHIEF 'WEALER. Gets Ills Commission lis Commnnder from t'oie). (Hy Aaaoclated Preaa ) CINCINNATI, May 23. den. Frye Just before leaving the olty yesterday, received a commission from Coxey, as Commander-in-Chief of the Common weal army of the United States. Clem Frye bus started for Hyattsvllle, where he will make his headquarters, 111 'Wralari Proved Trumps. (Uy Aaaoclated Preaa.) COLVMDL'H. O , May t J C Uoaher. who left here on May ii la command of thlrt'-alx Coioyltea, and who returned Saturday nltht. aaja l,e found hi. men were mainly' trarnpa, who threatened depredatlona unleaa liven food When he left the crowd It went to plecea. Lous; Lost Heir Turns) Up. (Dy Aaaoclated Preia.) PORT TOWN8END. Waah , May U Frank C. McDIII, a rtauurut-keepcr, lately of Port As. (elea, bu turned VJ .as tha lonidut heir to a fortune In Chattanooaa, Tens.. aloed t 1 50. WO, lie had tees abaent from home for fifteen yeare. and several thouaanda of dollars bavt been apeat la vain tndesvsr to ascertain his whereabouts. am I flaimcnt-Workera Strike. (Dr Aeaocleled rreaa.) IinsTOrl, May J3 Tbe Qarment-Workert' Union, ef this city, has three sew slrls to-day, all of the eaeloyeea. the factories ! ILyoUl Paloom, Id Eattx. atrtct: Oeldauti 4 Cohen, 41 Norm street; and Potjaelor Bleasa, 1 VValthars Uraat, teles m, Aeoat l4 penoaa tr at, snd a loaf eolea is Ukal. P Write for CoUection of Portraits, etc. Sent Tree. uDR.7R PORTRAITS of W&MWfWBXM tfOill CELEBRITIES TOlfigMm RnfMMWXtLkl Aotogrtnhs. Original Cetlgnt, VVfttfKwSSi mWfWtSKBUKtmm Skttchos, Muite, rv4xS!i3i1S dlrvCi BRPJlTTWflMsLssi Blegrashlctl Notes, tic. j J yMiSfiwPII !EsHiWt9W sent FREn fililSW'UiiWiiiullS JCTjVW5vJWH To ll "l.o Mention this lourntl. pJ(tip4$3?MiiQ MARIANI & COMPANY. 52 Wost 15th Stroot, Now York. Real-Estate. Real Estate. SMnn&RYAS, AUCTIONEERS. LOOK AT THESE TEEMS ! ! ! 6 New Collages, Sffigg 80 lD0I(e LOlS, on mortgage! TO-MORRO W, DECORA TION DA Y, AT 11 O'CLOCK . .11., AT WllSTCIlKWTnn, CAK .HOHItlS PAKK HACK TRACK. TKI1 H'EflT FAK1IS TKOI.MIV CAHS OK M11V II4VI:N K4II,ltOAI) sTIli.11 CAMS HIO VI 3D.AVK. AM) 120TI1 HT. SALE RAIN OR SHINE. INSANE IN A FERRY-HOUSE. Prize-Fighter Britton Causes a Fanio at Desbrosses Street. One of Fltzslninions's Victims Com mitted for Kxnminatlon. "Jock" Britton, knotn as a prlze flshtcr, nva In the Tombs Police Court this mornlntf committed for examination j nn to his sanity. He la employed as a porter In the Desbrosses street ferry- ' house. Tor some days he has acted strangely and this mornlnfr he became violent and frightened all of his fellow-workmen. He rushed about the bis room, and n anted to fight. Three of the men got hold of him and a fourth man ran for rollceman Hayes, of the Leonard street station, who arrested Britton. The officer knows him, and he went along with him peaceably, but when he was placed In the prisoners' pen at court he became violent nnd kicked the door In nti effort to Ret out. lie also cried until the other prisoners Insisted upon his keeping quiet. Ilrltton has been engaged in several battles His budly scarred left ear Is a remembrance of one of them. Lust Winter he tried to stop ntzslm mons. In Newark, N. J but met with poor success He wears pompadour hair. He is apparently well-trained. He lives with his father, who Is a Penn )lvanla Railroad conductor, at DO Lalght street. A HAT TO I1B rilOL'D OF. He Ate n Fnlr of Shoes During n Poker Game. "Are there any rats about our place?" repeated tne bald-headed clerk with the glittering stud, Bays the Washington Post. "Nay, there are no rats In the house that I can swear to; but there Is a rat, and a terror he has been for the sixteen yetrs that I have had the honor of his acquaintance. James, the night watch man, who has been emploj ed here twenty-two years, swears that this Identical rat was famous for his tricks In those early days, and there are traditions of his antics that reach back Into ante-bellum times That Is the reason we call him the patriarch. Nobody has ever seen him except for the briefest glimpse. Nit nobody ever put down his size as In ferior t) thut of a year-old kitten. We have a standing rewaid of $100 for his scalp. "One night a party of statesmen were playing a game of draw In the room of a Westerner, who had long been our guest. An M. C. from the South was among the players. "During tne session, which waa pro tracted, the M C 's corns began to hurt him and he pulled off his shoes and be gan playing, much relieved. It was a big game, and the attention of every man was wholly centred in the play. It was about 3 A. M. when the motion to adjonrn was carried Then the South erner, who lives at the other end of the town, prepared to get Into hln shoes. "They were not In sight. A search was organized, and some fragments of foot gear were found Just outside. In the hall way ' There were some pieces of heel and a little from the sole left, and these ehowed the deep Incision of rodent teeth. The patriarch got In his work while the owner of the shoes was absorbed In the game. Afte- that when the statesmen sought recreation they locked and bolted the door." TIIBV WE11E HUSTI.Erts. A Pollcemnn'a Observations About n Knutlly of Mendicants. Do mendicants hustle? asks the Chi cago Herald. An old policeman who has been In various precincts, having his attention directed to a woman who had a baby wagon so constructed that one end of It held the baby while the other end held the little organ, said: "Yes, I know her. She belongs to a family of hustlers." "Hustle? Do those beggars ever hus tle?" "That family does. Walt till I tell you. She starts out with the kid In tho wagon. While she Is out the music she grinds puts the kid to sleep. 9o she don't have to hire a nurse to stay home. She don't have to stay home to do any marketing nor nothing "The main guy (the husband) plays the trombone In a Dutch band on Or chard street. It's a pretzel to a plum pudding that he don't go home hungry or broke. "Then they've got a boy that has a Job on South Water street of hanging up green bananas during the week, and he works In a merry-go-round on California avenue on Sundays. Don't you make any mistake about that family. I'd like to trade my Job for their bank account." (Then Bbj srai sjek, w cava bar CMtorU, .Then the wm a Child, h cried for Caitoria, Vhea tha became Kiss, she clunq; U) Caatorla, rVasa tba IvvlChUlroB, slu ftta tistsa Cautorlt a FLINTS FINE FURNITURE VERY CHEAP. A nnntiTMttttircr hvlnx rxtrnorrfl nnry fttUlttlvs for tlio cheup production of tiirnltnrr. we can offer the newest nnd finest styles at the saost modernte prices. Oursnmplei ot Whits Maple are much admired. Our slock comprises all kinds, from the finest to be found anywhere to tbe plain I est. To lllnstrnte. we fanvn In great Tarlety i wellwade. artistic DEDBOOM SUITS AT SIB TO SOO. ELEGANTLY VPIIOI,STEKI PAU. LOK (SUITS, 934 TO 81,000. HANDSOME HIOEKOAIUS, Sift TO S400, Ve., Ac,, At. Special design made and the work exe cuted at lowest prices and most thorouah mnnuer for all kinds of fine woodwork, touch tin Mantels, Mirrors, WatnscotlnK, O fliers, Inlnld Floors, Vc ON ACCOST OF REMOVAL IN Al'GVWTO OUJl NHV IIUILMXa), 41, 4" AMI 47 Wi3T 23D ST., WK IIAVK CUT I'RIC'US TO 11KDUCE STOCK. "BUY OP THK MAKF.n." GEO. C. FLINT CO.. I 8TOKF.H, lot, lOOnnd 108 WEST11TII ST., II ET. OTII AlS'n 1TII AVKS. MANUFACTORY, NOH. 151 AND ISO WEST 1BTU ST. COWPERTHWAIT WILL FURNISH A HOME FOR $1 a WEEK. Collodions made IF REQUESTED, PARK ROW & CHATHAM SQ., N. Y. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. PRAYERS OF 21U06 WOMEN. Thus For Presented to the Suf frage Committee at Albany. Constitutional Convention Reassem bles In the State Capitol. (By Aaaoclated Preaa.) CAPITOL, ALBANY, May 29 -There was not a quorum present this morning when the hour ot meeting of the Consti tutional Convention arrived, and the empty seats predominated largely. What has gotten to be the usual number of yellow ribboned petitions praying for woman suffrage were upon the members' desks and petitions from these counties with the appended number of signatures were handed up: Dutchess, 31C3; Essex, 2,309; Herkimer, 2.129; Steuben, 5,913; Suffolk, 2,246; Sulli van, 1,523; Warren, 1.874; Washington, 3,218; Westchester, 2,253; Wyoming, 5,401; total to date, 2U.906. Mr. Cooklngham presented a memorial and petition from daylord W. nigclow and others against appropriations for sectarian purposes. Mr. Hccker presented a memorial and petition of a select committee of the New York Mtdlcu.I-egal Society praying for the abolition ot tho ottlce of Coroner and resolutions of the Alumni Associa tion of the Medical Department of tho liuffalo University Indorsing the same. Ileferred. J. I. Green presented n resolution that the District-Attorneys of tho State be re quested by the Secretary to forward to the Convention a list of persons under Indictment for the commlsulon of crime In tlielr respective counties and now con lined In prison awaiting trlul. also a list of persons actually confined In prison awaiting Indictment with cause of arreBt. Tublcd under the rule. a Work Abend. (from Good He a ) Old Gentleman Why "are you crying, my little man? Little Man Boo-hool Papa gave mo some money to buy an express wagon, "Did you lose It?" "N-o." Then what's the matter?" "It's Spring, and we've got a garden." An EsaieTl. Manager You say that you ara an actor and desire an engagement? Actor Y,, air; that' my wish. Manager Will you please recite ttew Actor (striking an attitude) Will you be kind enough lo Advance, ma flvasblN lings on my first wk'a salary? Lon. don,TU-,Bt, , t jfAfiiatfk-Vfciu, ... , ' fa, ,, ., i. ajgjjKjpjttgjjggyttj Weal Eatate. ' "J15RE JOHNSON. JR. BOTH MY OFFICES. 4I 6o LIBERTY ST.. N.Y. and 189 Montaeue St. B'Iclyn, f (Ufuokljn Ileal Kttate Exchange DullJIni), Will be Open Until Noon DECORATION DAY. for the distribution of maps , Jk Jc and free passes for the Dec- tr oration Day Auction at the "1 . cor. of Still well Ave. and i - Kinsj's Highway. South Ben- . J sonhurst, 31st Ward Brook- I lyn, and for the properties I ' am selling at private sale at J Kensington in the new 29th J Ward, and Lcffeits Park, in 1 the new 30th Ward of the fj same city; at Morris Park just 1 tvo miies fiom Brooklvn, at a Newtown. Corona and Flush- ing, on the North Side Div- ' ision of the Long Island RR., 2 "5 to 35 minutes from New York City; at Demorest in , New Jeisev and Tottenville, on Statcn Island. ( , Properties Open All Day. AU, TITLES lVSLRED LOTS AT ALL TRICES I-ROM $50 AriECB UP MOSTHLT INSTALMENTS ON ALL ritlVlTC SALE PROr. EFtTILS JEUB JOIINSOV JR CO . M LID ERTY FT . N. V . AN'I) 189 MOS'TAdUE ST.. I BROOKLYN. f A. I'll IMP A."sMVTH,Auetloneer. 'f'BT 80 CHOICE LOTS. .. . 6 CHARMING COTTAGES, AT JHCTIO l DECORATION DAY, I WEDNKSPAY, HAY 30, I By SMYTH & RYAN, Auctioneers, at 11 o'clock A. M. , on the premlaea. In tha beau tiful tou ot W'e;che5ter, on ttia main street, ad joining tbe norld-knowu MORRIS PARK R&GE-TR&GK ' ' and only abont SOmtnutea from 31 are and 130th f at. rla tbe Went Farms trolley cars, wblch paM I In front of the pronerty.aud about 18 mlnuten via I . Y. N. II. UK. (from aama corner) to WK cbeater station. 1 Trie bouaen are riellthtfnlly built, tbe lota are rvady for Immediate ImproTenientiatreeUcraded. j Tenni cry liberal. Title ruaranteed by Law t yera Title Co. ' SALK HAIN OR 8HINB. J Ifaps can be obtained on the property or at Auo- . jij . tloneen1 onice. 111 Broadway. JAMES L. mm, AUCTIONEER. ORBAT AUCTION BALK ;" ON THK OROCND TV '' . TO-MORROW, 1 DECORATION DAY, jtb WEDNEBDAT. MAY JO. AT NOON. ! ' Wm 293 CHOICE LOTS HICHWOOD PARK, ADJOININO H ELDORADO STATION, I Wichawken Helghta, N. J., ul dirtctty H OPPOMITK 4D 8T. FKU11V, jH on! 7 four taltei from New York City 1U11, ttn intoutet from Wwt 424 iL Charmtor vliwi t H Naw York City. No nuluocu Mrmltted. TktM H loU are uniurptued for bom attta or for laveat H mtnt TUU suarnta4 fraa of voau Caiy tarav M SaJa rati or ahlnt, under ttnt. H AGKNTH AND MAPrt H ON THE GROUND. M JAMES L. WELLS, AUCTIONEER, flO HBKltTy BT. H n. V. SIAl'EM A; CO., Auctioneer. OFFICEHi M 1 LIBERTY ST. AND WEST CHESTER. H 170 LOTS. A PORTION OP TUB HETON IIO.KB. ', At WEST CHESTER VILLAGE, H AT AUCTION, IrnLW DECORATION DAY, M AT 1 O'CLOCK, ON THE GHOUNDM. M SALE HAIN OR SUING UNDER OUR LAROI ' lsH TITLES OUARANTEED FREE OP COST. IH Take Weat Parma trolley car, from IIH 1S11TII HT. Jk 311 AMJ. TO IH U'bST CHKSTUIt. PH 8ESD FOR MAPS TO AUCTIONEERS. M DON'T "DELY looking at our lota on Yonkera aallH ate. Yonkera for J3W upard, railroad atatloa afaTaTaTaTJ at corner, electric care gaa, c , foat-OOce ce- sbbbbI llrerr, Ma In nelchhorhood aell for three times aaaaal our flfurea, romlnc buatntaa legation, muat atll: .aaH caah or Inatalmenta D I'EMtl,, cs Broadway. aH clt), room 2 H Political. M ANTf-TAMSlA.SV lilb ArsemMy DlatrTrt will mLU meet to.nlEht at l)anilarh a Hall, 74 19U av. H T 30 lo much from there lo maaa-neatlni at Wen- 1 dell a Hall 4Kb at Mtmtiera and frlenda are re- aaaH apectfully InrltcJ AnOren Belaer, rhalrman. H An Uxtrn Huom. llH irrom tha Detroit Free Crefa.) Tho renl.estate man had sent the fa- H cctlous man to look at a live-room house f he said he wanted. The prospective ten- jH ant (ound It In need of extensive re- H pairs, and went back to the agent,'; of- " jH "I didn't nant a six-room house," he lfaH said, solemnly, H "Thut Isn't a six-room houre," re- iH torlM the aeent aaH "Vu, It Is"' H "But I say It Is not," and the sitnt JkH began counune them: "thero's tht lilt- H chen, two bedrooms, reeepilon.roam arid aH dlnlrtf-roonti that's nv ain't IVT" t fH ',Vy.iand tberea room for Imnrove- LWWW ment; that's six." added tha facetious mLm man, ana wanted tQ tee somthlnt els. B