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HI" THE SUN. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1892.' ill
MP - i a Hjj THEIR FAT IS IN THE FIRE. gvnsiyo of scnirAnzcnir.D jt svtx- m BKllOEIt'S SLAUGHTER UOVSES. I T" TTere) ' H4 of Cnttla and at tt mfi f sheep In the Pen. that Ibe Drlwn H Be.cuca with Dlr-cutt Lota ttOO.OOO. H A cloud of smoke still hangs over the ruins H ot Bohwarzchlld A Bul-ber.er's slaughter houses and rofrleeratore. which covorod the ' tloek enclosed byForty.fltth and Forty-sixth , itreets. First aronuo and East River. Theflro ' bti destroyed all the buildings exoopt those m fronting on First avenuo and the fireproof en I cine house. Sohwarzchlld Sulzberger havo not ret computed their losses, nor havo thoy I glvon out any Insurance lists. Butltlseatoto I; Bar that the loss will not exceod $200,000. and I ' that It Is covered by the Insurance. I Tho works which covered this block were R. divided Into twelve departments ofQcos, re- ll frlgerators. slaughter houses, and cattle pecs (ring nearer to First avenue, with the manu factories for oil. fat. oleomargarine, and Kosh er meat nearer to and along the river front. The river front was lined with half a dozen separate low brick buildings, built eomo Fears ego and connected br having a common col lar, which wat filled with barrels ot oil and , fat At tho corner ot Forty-fifth stroot and the East River was tho two-story building In which tho fat was hashed and put Into tho strain kettles. There wat no fire about the building, and access to tho loft whoro the hashing was done was had only br means ot the olovator. Itwas shortly before 3 A. M..'nccordlng to the best account that can be got, that a blaze sud- Th.r.oBle Appreciate Hceurltr. TM istsly .pptleooe.n.td by th. Paumrlvanla lull. I IH4 MHuawfltut lint tt frtile UM7-"jr, Li i thrown down, hose kicked about and men and womon wero rushing to and. fro. yelling and falling over each other in trying to doago the horns. , , Tho drovers had hardlrgot the cattle clear of the scuno nnd herded together In a vaoant lot further down tho avenuo boforo some one thought of the sheep that wero pennod In the basement ol the canning factory. Other drov ers rushed In among these and trlod to drivo them out 11 ut tho heep huddlod together In tho corner and refused tomovo. One drover laid hold ot an old ram br his long horns and began to drag him out The whole nock of sheop followed. Tho sheep, once startou. kept closo upon tho heols of tho ram and wero put In an onolosure adjoining the cattle. Iiy this time tho firemen thought ther had the flnmes well under control. The building; along the river front wero ruined, and tho lat was still burning brlchtir there. .Hut tho lire proof walls of one ot the rofrlgorator buildings and tho flroproof boiler house barred 1U spread. Vhon Chlot llonnor was perfectly sure that tho tiro was under control he sent awar part of tho onclnos. At 0 o'clock the Browaa nmouldorlng. At fi:0.5 a blase shot up from tho canning factory. Its many windows burst out. and the nans began to explode, each re port like the distant boom .of a cannon. The real nnd dangorous (Ire had lust bosun. Chief Bonnor sent In the "two nines" alarm, which has not boon hoard since tho big llro at Fulton and Nassau streets, several months ago. All the onglnos north of fllcecker street responded, nnd soon two tiro towers, thirty one engines, nnd seven hook and ladder com panies, besides tho flreboats. were on the scene. It was found that all this while the fat had boon burning underneath. The lire had reached one ot the refrigerator buildings, and had caught tho sawdust packing between the two walls, and had wrapped tho whole build ing In llro beforo It renched through to tho long rows ol meat hanging there. For two hours tho tiro burned without con trol, and then, having burned out everything within reach, subsided, leaving tho boiler house and one refrigerator building almost untouched. The flromen had been able to prevent the refrigerators nearer First avenue from taking flro. when the emoko had cloared away somewhat come ot tho Dromon wont Into THB BUIN-D ABATTOIR. denly shot up and the men left their work and gotdown ttalrs by the elevator. They cannot I tail where the Are started and thoy have no Idea how It could have startod. At 2:20 an alarm was sent in. and as the nearest engine company left its house, the sky was already lit up and a straight column ot flame and smoke was asc.ndlng through the wlndloss night Two alarms followed tho first and soon a dozen engtnes were attacking the Are from three sides, while the flreboats Milts and New Yorker were at work on the river. Tho tire de scended into the cellar ot the house at Forty fifth street and the East Rivor. and laid hold ot the barrels and casks ot fat It spread from cellar to cellar and upward through the differ ent houses all soaked with oil and filled with fat and oleomargarine. The crease flowed out upon the water and hardened nndwhltnned the sluggish surface for fifty feet from shore. when the fire reached the last collar and the house at the cornorot Forty-sixth btroot and the East River It seized upon tho old wharf nd set it blazing. As Are plugs are scarce In that neighborhood, only a few streams could he set going at first The tlremea wero busy laying hose to plugs 1,000 and oven -'.uOOfeet It then occurred to somebody that 527 cattlo were penned near the plnco to which tho Ore had now spread. Several ot tho drovers rushed in and opened wide tho gates. Tho cattlo. which had been bellowing and stamping ex citedly, rushed into the street, blinded by the Smoke and by their fear. They dashed into he confusion ot hose nnd engines and tiro Sen. and scattered the crowd beforo them as ey rushed up Forty-sixth street and sepa rated in every direction. Tho drovers got afterthom as they charged about with lowered heads, and tho confusion became hopeless. Firemen wero shouting, nozzles wore being MB. AND MISS. BELL BVBVEXDED. or Boy T-laka - Such People Should Not BU la the Church." The Rer. Dr. W. W. Boyd of tho Peddle Ko Btoriol Church bos suspended Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bell ot 238 North Seventh street from communion in tho church. This was tho result ot a meeting held a week ago Thursday night after tho proyor meeting which Mr. Bell attended. At the close of tho mooting tho pas tor announced that he had something to bring before the church. He said it was of consid erable importance, and requosted those who chose to remain. Only a fow loft When all Was quiet Dr. Boyd referred to a story of di vorce proceedings botwecn Mr. Bell and his Wit, and said that bo did not think that such people should bo permitted to remain in the church. Mr. Bell sprang up and denied the pastor's fight to suspend him. Ho tried to show by he law of the Baptist Church that a member could be excludod from a meeting, but could not be suspended. The only way persons could bo permanently excluded from com munion, ho said, was by death. Then he de nounced the pastor for bringing up such a matter. He at length declared that he would notleavo the building, and Dr. Boyd told him that II he did not get out quietly lio would call In a policeman to tnko him out Home ot Mr. Bell's friends Induced him to leuvc Klncothen Mr. Doll has secured n number ot adherents, and It Is said thoro will bu consid erable dlviblon ot foellHg In tho church about the matter. When Mr. Bell was susponded Mrs. Boll shared tho same fate. She taught u class In the tjunoay school, but she was not present to take charge ot it onlSunday last nnd a number ot the young men w ont to Superintendent Joy and the Rev. Mr. Hovd nnd demanded thut she be reinstated. Ihey reasoned with the young men and told them, firmly thattholrteachor Would not be allowed to return. George II. Bell was a deacon of the church several years ago. but he was removed be .?.' 55? W1.0 BP.Ve t a meeting of tho $iiStifitihkt !?sl?n' H" ,"la not ved hap 5,'iIiw.ltriLl8i.,,"?Jor ?omet me. und snvoral t7,rv.if? ..." ,,tr,Pt"'d the liouso of all tho furniture except a mattronn. Mrs. bull instl-' S,Ii?ic?.odlnJP.'' "r divorce on the grounds of cruelty, desertion, and Incompatibility. SUJUSnD DKIEVTIVK irOHK H.r Just la Tim. to Iut Scotland Tard Oato a lladly Wanted mu. William Charles Oallowoy. an nttornoy-at-law of 60 Oresham street. London, r. 0., ab eonded In September, IBM, taking with him 1125.000, raised by tho salo and transfer of property in his care, to which ho had no title. Inspector Mitchell of Scotland Yard tracked him to Brazil. On April 20 William I.ano Booker, Consul Oeneral of England at Now York, wrote to Superintendent Byrnos, telling lilm of Uullo. Way's escape and asking him for aid In his capture. Sergeants Golden and Sheridan Inquired at the Bar Association to see if English attorneys have to comply with any proscribed forms bo. fore thov may practise law in tho United ?! r iT12er woro lucky enough to learn that JJtoellshman, answering Oallowny's di. crlptlon. had made Inquiries about American EhfJ'fe'.a?dwsilt tho Hotel Imperial when When last heard of. k. lB t!ot;i Imperial tho detectives found JSK.!.0 -P,Klihiiian had registered tliero ns from Brazil, under the name of Walter Camp L'n?f.Ve,on Jan.2R. 1HU2. Tho man had hotel bll n Marcllla'',ot paying his fni1 i'ieJh?ew. YoJu on' A"rl so 0" th Alaska nJnJvfn,01, ,,e !"e-l6t,,r'l h W. a Ornlg. iinJ?i-.ii i ienB.,r.Aeont Gibson o' the Gulon of,f?.c1"11.",,lmdl,s,Jni'tlr-id readily picked Sifi... .!?' a'teture 'roin among a dozen ln.r?i'"LPnn wh0. ?al.d l Wft9 W7C "rule. BhSwfe&ti,,eSr5 l-a,ul"d tohuperlntendent t?rntofn.ci?il,,nd Y",rd yerdy afternoon to totdaV" ASStSM? Bot 'o'onst-wi ntnoon tifled. Ccn8ul-Uen,,wl Booker was also no- tho cattle pen around which the flames had been raging, and through which tho densest volumes ot smoke had poured. In pen IB they found a big red steer lying down and chewing his cud with as calm nn expression in his qyos as though ho wore deep in meadow grass. One of his haunches was singed, but otherwise he was unhuit In tho afternoon, alter several hundrod people had looked nt him and hnd ad nil rod him. Bomo one said. "Maybe ho Is thirsty." They brought a bucket of water, and put It before his nose. He arose and drank it to the last drop. Then he stretched himself and lay down, and resumed his chewing just Whoro ho hart left off. Four hundred men will be out of employ ment bocauso of the fire for several weeks. Tho buildings, being low, can soon bo re- ? laced. The Urm ban arranged for extending ho capacity ot that part of the works not damaged, so that tho business will not suffer so much. About 0 o'clock restorday morning sparks from the tiro caught tho window curtains of the rooms of Antonio Uts, in the rear ot tho tenement at 44H West Forty-seventh street One of tho Uts bibles had died the day beforo, and th. family were fitting up with the corpse laid out In a carket with candles at the head. When the ourtnlns blazed up all rushed from the room. The father remembered the baby on his way down st-ilrs and went back and got it He carried it up und down the street until nn Italian olTered him the use of his rooms. Tho Uts apartment was wrecked before tho tire was put out. The owners, officers nnd crew of the steam tug Champion yesterday filed u libel iu the United btates District Court against the barces D. L. A. W. No. 0 C and the Ocean Wave. These barges wero tied up to the bulkhead Immediately back ot Schwarzschlld & Sulzberger's abattoir on Thursday night when tho lire broke out There was no one on board the barges and the tug saved them. The bnrge D. L. W. No. 6 C. hnd aboard about 200 tons ot coal. Tho llbollants ask that both barges and cargo be condemned and sold to pay tho salvage. CIZAIltMAKKJt IXOKBSOLL SUED, Mr. Backnam Say. lie ha. Got IIcrHna Ibaad'a Ctate Away flrom Jlcr. The trial of the notion of Mrs. Ella H. Buek nnm to recover tho interest of her husband. William H. Bucknam, in tho estate ot his fathor Ezra, who died in 1800, was begun yesterday beforo Justico Bench of the Supremo Court Tho estate is valuod at $40,000. Bucknam was to havo It after tho death ot his mother, who died last year. Ho had been in tho furnituro businoss. and furnished chairs for the County Court House in Tweed tlmos. but fallod in business In 1873. His wife, from whom he Is separated, says that prior to the failure he assigned a half interest In his father's estato to her. Mho chnrgos that James II. i Ingorsolt tho Tweed Ring chnir makor. with tho nsslstancoof William l'aul dlng and Thomas P. Austin, consnlred to so ruru thin estate, nnd Bhe sues all of thorn, as well'as bor husband. At the failure her husband assigned his re maining Intorost tn his father's estate. It was sold, nnd bought by Paulding for $310. who transforrod it to Austin. She says that both are agents of Ingersoil and that she kept nwny from the sale on Inger soll'n assurunro thnt ho would hid in tho prop nrty for her. Austin lias now demanded from F. A. Collin, executor of zra Hueknam's estate, the entire property, declaring that tho interest sold for $;tlO was Bucknnm'x entire interest in tho estato. She demands nor half under tho nllcgod assignment from bur hus band, and demands also that tho purchase for $310be declared to havo been tuadoforhor benoflt. .. . , The above was the substance of Mrs. Buck nam's dlroct testimony yesterday. On eross exarolnntlon she admitted Ingersoil hnd lent her husband entail sums of money. She had told him not to. as her husband had become intemperate. She admitted that she had signed some documents in 1870, the oontonts of which sho doos not know. Frances H. Harding, sister of the plaintiff, testified that Ingersoil had said he had bought the property to save Buoknam and his wife. Tho case was not concluded. HALSTED WATJiOUS A SUICIDR He Had Tried to Quit Drlahlng. tint the Ilablt "Wan Too tilrong. Halsted Waltrous, export in railway securi ties at 52 Broadway, killed hlmsolf somotlmo botwoon 0 A. M. and 0 A. M. yostorday in his lodgings at 34 East Tnonty-sooond stroot. Ho left a lottor dated at the first-named hour, and was found at 0 o'clock dead on tho floor with his throat cut Ho hnd ovldeutly atood beforo tho mirror ot bis buronu to cut his throat Ho had just written some business letters, but in none did ho touch on his Inten tion to commit suicide. It is supposed that ho was not mentally responsible. Ills nervous M'otoui had been shattered by gonuine. al though apparently unsuccessful, attempts to glvo up alcohollo drinks. After a period of soi.rlety ho had had a rolnpso. Ho was born In this city 63 .years ago. For ninotenn years ho was In tho leather businoss with hN brothor. Do Witt Watrous. Ho was onco a membrnf thn Travellers' Club, having travelled abroad oxtnslvely. was a lino plan Ut and nrgnnlHt, ami know Frouch and Gor man well. He wus unmnriled. -3 Nasal Catarrh. I was afflicted from Infancy with Catarrh, nd for ton years with eruptions on my face. I was attended by the bost physicians, and UBod a number ot Blood remedies with no per manentreliot. Life Was a Burden. My life became a burden to me, for my case was doclarod incurable. I saw S. & 8. adver tised and took eight bottles, which cured ma entirely, and I feel llko a new person. Mil JO&UJ OWEN, UontpoUer, OUIo. IBB PRICK Of COAL. Proposition to Advance the Kctall Prlca Temporarily Deferred. Tho members of tho Bctatl Coal Dealers' As sociation turned out seventy or eighty strong atthorogular mooting last night at 133 East Fifty-eighth street to consldor the question of raising tho prloe ot coal to conform with the advanco ot the wholasalo men. Boeretary Jero Fangborn. Jr., explalnod that tho wholesalo price of coal had boen raised two or throe tlmos slnco Jan. 28, the total Increase in the price ot stove coal botng CO cents a ton. and ot nut coal 75 cents a ton. Mr. Pangborn wantod the Coal Exchange to bear the brunt ot the In crease until June 1, and give tho publlo a chance to lay In coal at tho present prloes up to that time, "I don' see why wo should humbly submit to the advance ot tho wholesale mon," said ono doalor, "and suffer accordingly. It the advance Is made now, tho publlo will put tho responsibility whore it bolongs. but If wo let the crloo remain where It is now and ralso It later, tho onus will rest on us. It Is tho rich people who aro buying coal at this time of the year, any way. and not tho poor." .. ., Dealer Heffner said that the combination would bo tho only gainer if the prloe were ad vanced. A motion was made that prices ro main for the prosont without change, but an amendmont was proposed raising the price one-half of the wholesale Increase. One of the members ridiculed the Idea that this orlco could bo malntulnod with the large number ot outsldo doalers and Exchango members, too, who would cut under it. The amondment to advanco was lost, nnd then tho whole matt or was mado a special order for the next regular meeting two weeks henee. when tho outsldo coal dealers will beinvitod to Join lnthodis nussion. It was the general opinion last night that the advanco would be made at the next mooting. CUAaVtQ AIT EASTWARD iMXVOKD. The Fnerat Blamarck Bating Acatatt Time to Honthaaipton. Cart Albers of the Hamburg-Amorlcan steamship Fuorst Bismarck evidently mado up his mind to create a now record to South ampton when he loft hore on Thursday after noon. Ho had distinguished htmsolt on April 20 by bringing his passengers inside ot Sandy Hook in the unprecedented tlmo of 0 days 11 hours and 44 minutes, and his splendid ship was going llko the wind at 7).' o'olookon Thursday night whon the oil-carrying steam ship Brilliant passed her 100 mlloseastot As tlie 2'uo'rst Bismarck clenrod Bandy Hook bar at 2:45 on Thursday afternoon, or 4 hours and 45 minutes bofore the Brilliant spoke hor. she was thus going at the rate pi 21.04 knots an hour. If sho can maintain that spood until the roaches Southampton, she will beat all records clean out of sight Tho best run to Southampton.) days 12 hours and 58 minutos. was made by the Fuerst Bismarck In June last On hor last run hither shecoverod 3.103 knots. and mado two daily runs of more than 500 The Hamburg-American line nnd all potri otlc Germans nre much interested in the per formances of tho FuerstBismnrck.bocause she Is absolutely a Gorman ship, having been de signed by Gorman marine architects and built at Stettin by tho Vulcan Shipbuilding Com pany. Her sister ship, tho Normannio, which was constructed by John Eldor Co.. on tho Clydo. lias not fulfilled the expectations of hor builders. Trottloc and Facing; at Baltimore. Baltimore. May ft Another very enjoyable day with the harness racers ended the first mooting of the Southeastern Circuit at the Gentlomen's Driving Park. Tho weather has been perfect throughout and everything went smoothly. The 2:37 trot left over from Thursday, came first, and Favor Wilkes had no troublo In so curing another heat Tho judges let Tope remain behind King Charles, and ho was novor initwhllothe Wilkes stallion made tho trip in'J:31.1', showing thnt ho can enter the list on any mile track. Sadie M. was the choice lor the 2:20 trot as tho stout old warrior. Charley C, Is not at home on a halt-mile course. For all that his mado it livoly for tho maro. forcing her to go the socondheat in 2:22X. a merry clip for this early season. , , The 2:25 pace was somewhat of a surprise, as lludd Doble. from Philadelphia, was thought to be good enough to win, but ho could do nothing with MadgoMlllor in any of the three heats. Orphan Boy. tho pony pacer, a local favorite, did most of the flchttng and gave Doble a closo call for second place. Next Tuesday the circuit goes on at Plmllco track, adjoining tho smaller one. and there are numerous additions to the ranks. Besides eleven races, there aro several special at tractions. Including an exhibition mile, by C. J. Hamlin's team. Ed Geers, who has the Vil lage Farm flyers hero. droe Belle Hamlin and Gobo together this aftornoon In 2:18, the last quarter at a 2:12 gait Summaries: 2:37 eUti: pnr MOO. rTorWlikri.tiy K.vorlt. WUk(Boih)...B 110 1 MoIlyO. (Shrew) 1 6 H 0 4 Neliy Souther irenwy) 3 a 2 u a King Chnrln (Pope) 2 0 n JudK. yuher. (Meirlnsei) S 3 8 0 3 4y B. (Tnoraptoii) a 6 O 6 Timt-2.Mi. 2:3SJi. 2.30!. 0.00. 2.31j; 2:20 etui: pone M'O. Sidle M by l'rinee Orloff (3lcCr.y)... 1 1 1 Ctimrley C. (llentfcnel) 2 2 2 William A. (Perirusoni 3 3 3 Boanok.JI.ld (lie ett) til. Time-2:24,2:2:jt2:27. 2:25 pare: pure" S400. Jladee Miller, by Taunu Wllkei (Greinw.y) 1 1 1 Kudd Poble (hunter) 2 2 2 Orphan Boy (Rice) S 3 3 Uray Harry (Mclicliun) dla. Tiuie, 2:30, 2.27J4. 2.33J4. Fro.pect. of. Great Trotting R Dixon. III.. May ft Goorgo Ingraham, owner of tho trotting stallion Delmarch. received a telegram from M. E. Mcllonry. trainer and driver of Delmarch this season, asking if Del march would be permitted to trot against Aller ton nt St Joseph on Sept 15 noxt. Tho offer comes from tho Secretary of tho St Josoph Trotting Association, and was accoptod by Ingraham. nnd Mcllonry telegraphed to that olTect. Delmarch Is Mxty pounds heavior than ho was at this tlmo lat year, and tbcro fore mueh stronger. He is iu xueh good condi tion that It Is confidently expected he will lower his record considerably this season. I.at-t week Ingnihnm made arrangements to let his horso go at De Moines about tho mid dle of August against Palo Alto, Allerton. Nel son. Arlan. Axtell, nnd Stumboul. Tho purbo at St Josoph Is 310.001). A. New Style of Bicycle Bnclna. A new atyl. ot bicycle team raclnr will be Introduced at Staten Iiland tbU afternoon. Various bicycle club. liav. arranxod a team conteit between th. Staten Uland Atbletlo Club Wheelmen and the Harlem Wheel men, to be held upon the former', grounds, it will be a ltireemlautfl race, and three mea each will ride pro rreiilr.ly. Two men will it.rt at a Urn., and on. man on each team will ride aralntt each man on the op. noting lun In eeparate b.ata, Tbia n.ceultate.nins lape or heaie. The distance will be divided up into four lain, aud the rider who tlret crone, th. Hue at th. end ot each I.D tcoree one point. The Untiih ni the race ii even more peculiar than tb. flr.t part. The laet ilfty yards are divided oft at th. ten.yard marki by Han, and the rider (cores an ad ditional point for every flawed vpace of ten yarda In which he leade bloipoucnt nt the ilulah. ApUtoll. tn be flred at the atari, and alaoto dcalgnate lb. nrat man who unlabel. It la noaaltilo loacorenlne mini, each lnnlug. or a potalbte elidityoiie point. Iu aiL While tn. rare may poalbly induce the men to rid. fam. it la itrnernlly conceded that auch a conteat la too complicated to become popular. Champion Hamond ot the U A. W. Itaclng Hoard will referee the evtuu "a'nle Challenge. Princeton to Hlioot, raiitcnox, Hay a.-Th. following challenge ba. been received by Secretary Clay of tL. Princeton Unlv.riltT dun Club: "Th. Vale Vnlvenlty Shooting Club challenge, th. Princeton Unherally Fbootlnir Club to a match toll. F.5'1 "".."' ,.k:r'";,"' "' "' Vale Unlveralty bboolin. Club on May 21, Each tram In conelat of nve men. and eiu-li iiiuii to ebooi nt thirty Kryatann birde. at Hire, unknown MigltB, tb. umtcb to b. g.verued by Key. alone rulra. "Wittia A. Woop, J. , Pecretary Y, V. S r." f TltlNtTX'a AintBtlO kCIWLAItS. Bot. thnt Bid Fair to Make. Their Marks on Cinder Path etnd Field. The Trinity Bchoel Atbletlo Auoclatlnn held ill ec ond annual field game, at tb. Berkeley Oval yeaterday afternoon and a decided anccei. w icoMd. a very tight .prlnkllng during the lttt event being the only clrcomat.nce that did not bring ple.ture to tb. larg. g.tberlnr. Tb.r. I. .em. excellent material In tk. Trinity .choolboj. that uromtM. to bud forth Int. the. wtatl champion, are mad. of. Th. 100-yard run f.r boy. under IS year. wa. won In 12 8-5 aeeonde,no mean running, and tb. regular datb wa. mad. tn la econdt Oat. All th. performance, wer. fairly good, and in tba one-mile run Arthur Or.en, a delicate, un derailed l.d of 12 Tart. ran a race that not o.ly t.t the crowd wild, but bad the exp.rleneed athletic club official, cheering. He raced with t urprltlng Judgment making a Oarnaoa finlah In th. iMt lea yarda thai won ulm aetond honor.. , During the afternoon a clati of twenly-tbr.e. rang ing rroui a lot to the overgrown monitor, irav. a neatly drilled exhibition of caliaihenlca with dumb bell, and Indian oluba. Th. tumm.rrof .ventis One-bnndred-yard Scratch Race yirtt heat wea by CharleaS. BiaaelL W. M. Van Zandt .econd. Time, li econdt. Second heat won by O. R Hancock, W. a Nboupeecond. Time, 12 .eeonda. Fln.t heat won by Hancock, Sboup aecond. and Rlaiell third. Time. 12 1-5 econdi. In their trial heal. HlMell and Haacook broke the school record of 12 1-6 seconds. une-hundred.yard scratch llace. nnderlS yean First beat won by C. K. Andrews, Jamea Holt second. Tim., lSWaeconas. Second heat won by Frsd Conkltn, A. D. Underhlll second Time, 13 seconds. Third beat won by W. c. Taton. F. E. Ilackett aecond. Tim., 13 aeconda. Final beat wen br Conklln, Paton aecond. and Under tun third. Time, 12 S-B seconds, equalling ta. school record. . .. Tao-hundred-and-lwenty-rard Handicap Run Won by O. R. Hancock. 6 yardai w. c. raton, IS yards, etc ond: A. a Underbill. 20 yarda. third. Time, 27 1 B sec onds, -virtually better tban the record of 28 8-6 aecond. One mil. Bicycle R.ce. Handicap Won by Frank & Ilackett, 2S yarda) B. Darracn, lOu yards, second: Uuy II. Purdy. scratch, third Time, a minute. 0 seconds. Sack Race, 7.1 yarda Won by A. D. Underbill, cratch) X II. Shoup. 5 yards, seoond. Time. 22 2-o seconds. rour-bundrea-and-forty-yard Scratch Run, open to alt nrlvata acboola Won br D. Elliott, llerkelev Helioel- n. A. Lesperance, Jr.. Barnard Scbool, .econdi Arthur F. Brnwo, Harvard School, third. .Time. r,7 1-6 aeconda Two-hundred-and-twentyrard Hurdle Race. Handi capWon by W. 8. Lang ford. Jr.. scratch) W. 0. Shoup. scratch, aecond. Time, S3 1-6 seconds. Three-legged Ilaoe. Handicap Won by A. D, Underbill and R. Jones, 6 ards: Hurdock Brown andR-DelMo-Un. e yards, second) c. B Hayes and A. il. Shoup, IB yarda. third Time. 104-6 seconds. Running Broad Jump. Handicap Won bya.org. P. tangdon. 1 foot, with 1 feet H Inches; V..C. Shoun. cratch, aecond. with 15 feet 8 Inch.'. Putting the Twelve-p.und hhnt. Handicap Won by W. a Mioup. .cratch, with 28 feet 10 Inches: A. Si. Langford, acratrh. aecond. with 28 feet II tnchea: George E. Cogswell. 1 fool, third, with 2U feet 10 Throwing the BaaeballHandtcap Won by JohnTllley. Jr.. 2 feet, with a throw ot 201 feet 3 inch.: W. 8. Langford, Jr. B y.rda. .econd, with 2B1 feet: A. If. LaiiK-rord. scratch, third, wltb 248 feet. . One-mile Handicap Run-Won by W. C. Shoup, acratrh; Arthur 1. Ueeen. 100 yards, second: W. R. Langford. Jr., scratch, third. Time, 6 mlnutaa 601-5 aeconda. W. v.. Hboup won the gold championship medal for the moat points scored. William J. Swan was referee; Tfarry Pise, starter; C. c. Ilnghes, C. A. Reed, and E. UJ.rtb.rir, timer, j O. y. BotIM Ick, clerk ot the coune. Soring; Sporta of the 17. of Pay, PniUDELrnia. May 0. The annual spring game, of the Atbletlo Aaaoctatlon oftbe University ef Pennsyl vania were held this afternoon before a large crowd. Eleven events were contested, rain preventing the others, which will be decided on Tuesday next, Th. re sult, were: One-hundred-yard Dash Final heat, won by E. kf. Church. Time, 10 2-5 stconds. Putting thehhol Mou by K F. Kcbuck. scratch, 33 feet 3J4 Inches: C. J. Mosbecr second. one mile Run Won by J. 11. Large. '93, L. acratch: W. C Ueeder. aecond. Time, 4 minutes 55 seconds. Running High Jump Won by W. B. Aberholtzer, 2)4 Inches; E. M. Church, second. Height, 6 feet loii Inches. Onc-liundred-and-twenty yard Hurdle Race Won by E. N. Church, scratch; Walter Roberts, .cratch., econd. Time, 17 3 T seiondk. Half-mile Run W on by B W. Kelr-ey. 10 yards: W. U. Han-ell. scratch, second. Time, 2 minute. 13 3-5 s.o onda. Two-mile Bicycle Race Won by G. M. ("oaten, .cratch) J. L. Kendrlrk, 200 yarda, .eccnd. Time, (1 minutes, 6W seconds. T-Ao-hundred-and-twenty-yard Hurdle Race Won by 11 (I. Kiebenack. scratch; A, C. Fleckenstein, 10 yards, second. Time. 28 3-5 second.. l'ule Vault Walkover for E. C. Bonlwell, 'S3. rorty-four-yard riah Won by w. & Thompson, 18 yards, time, 51 1-5 second.: F. u. Lee. scratch, second. TTIanera at the Crescest'a Shoot. Th. Crescent (Inn Club h.ld th.lr regular monthly .boot at Dexter Park yesterday. Ten members com peted for the best averages of the seapoc, for a valua ble gun and two extra prize J. Rathjer and P. Jone. tied for tbe first prize with seven each, and on the shoot oSf th. latter won. C. HubbeK. V. Tomtord. J. Vagta, and C 6lmmond. killed six each for sec&nd prize, and on the .boot-off D. Snipe woo, Th. score was i D. Snipe. 25 yarda, 6; O. Hltlla, 23 yarda. G; C, Mohrtnan. 25 yards. r; a. Ellerborat. 25 yards, B; J Rathjen. 25 yarda, 7; W. Tomlord. 25 j arda. 6: J. Vagta, 28 vat-do. G; 1'. Jones, 25 yard., 7; O. blmmonda. 26 yards. 11: 1 Hopktua. 25 yards. 4. Th. aweepatako ahnota that followed were aharply contested. The reaulta were: Three tuple at 25 yards, I). Snipe, 3: O. Hillis. 8; J. Vagta. 2; P. Jones. 3; U Hop kins, n: W. Tnmford, 2; J. Rathjen, 1: C. Winchester. 2; c klohrman, 3; (1. Ellerborat. 2. Ties were decided tn the following -avteep' under thn aame conditions: D. Hnlpe. 2; O HUlts. 2: J. VagtM. 1; P. Jones. 2: U Hop kins, 1; W. Tomford, 3; J. Rathjen, 2: C. W lncnceler. 3: C. Moorman. 2; U. bllerhnrat. 3; W. ullman. .1. Tie. for Drat prlxe, mlaa and oat, Y. Tomford. 2: P. Jones. 2; Hnhbetl. 3; C. alohrman. O. Tlea for second prize: W. Tomford. 3; P. Junes. 2; D. hntpe.ll; c. Winchester. 1. L. Hopkins won the third prize with one bird. Third sweepstake, miaa and out. resulted aa follow.! W Oilman. 7: V. Miipe, tl; L Hopkins. 3; J. Vagta, 8: C. Moorman. 1; c. Ulncheater. O. A bloe rock match wa. shot off between D. r-tlpo and C. Winchester. Tbe lat ter won by the score of 29 to 2U, Forty bird, were shot t. Fotnre of the Long: I.laand leogne. The Loop; Island Leeguo held their .nnual meeting at the Union Club', home. Brooklyn, on Thursday nigbt. Tbe Prospect Hill Athletic Club were admitted to mem bership. At tbe Kings County Wheelmen Intend to de vote their efforts hereafter to wheeling exclusively, they resigned, and alao the Arcadia Atbletlo Associa tion. The resignation of the ex-champlon cross-country runners, tbe Prospect Harriers, was presented, but rnfnied. aa the Harrlera are in debt to the League, X vote of th-iitLa Vila tendered to the retiring Preaident, Auguetue Povcrelly. It was decided t' postpone tbe annual election until the project of leawng the contrnlofthe League to a Board or Management wa. worked up. A Reorganlza tton Committee v, as appointed as follows! Capt. John K ChrlatoITel. Jr.. Compiny D A. A, Forty-aeventb Regiment. Chairman. J, Harding SI el lor. Proapect Har rier": W. Back. Wnliauisburgh K. A.: Jean J. Tartter, luenA.C: alter K. Hough Seat anbaka Boat Clnn; Henry H. Ray. .National A. ('.. and Joseob C. Spaeth. Acorn A. A. This committee will meet next Wednes day ulgnt. May 1 1. at the rooms of Company D, Forty eicntb Regiment Armory. Tennis on tbe Park Court To-day. Tbe tennl. courts on tbe upper and lower meadows nt Central Part wlllbe thrown open for plar to-day. The ground bus been thoroughly rolled tbl spring and la iu much better condition than at tbe .am. time last year. The courts Have already been marked ont sev al time, and the gtaaa, which has also been cnt, look. Aery green and lntttlng. A radical cbsng. ha. been made In the srstem of raring for the nets. Iialla. shoes, raciueta. nnd cinthesof tno )layera. A number of com plnlnta regHrdtmr the ny in which a few persons luoiiupnliui! th-- ue of the Inciters In the upper bouitt rearltcd the heal tuiiriera of the Park Department tins year, and they liaie dccidod to give up the old arstem entirely. All the locker in both bouses have now been taken away, and in their place uro rune upon row. ot clothes hoi.ka. , .... A large crowd of pla era la expected to play on tbe Park courts this afternoon If tho "father la favorable. Hud the courts been opened last Saturday It would have been th. earliest opening for set eral years. eoawdUcarMcClunc, nil.o,nd McCorealek Npeak. Tb. cbstnplon football team or Yale will b. .sen In a new r6le to-morrow night. Tbey have consented to appear, and a number of the prominent player, will address a mas. meeting, to be held under tbe auspices otthe Harlem Hriwioli of the V.M. i). A, at the ball of toe Branch, 6 Weat JJ.'.th .treet. NcCiumrand Bliss, half-backs, and McCurtuick, full-back, will be among the sneakers. . H. Barnes of tbe Clau of tta will b. tbe director of tbemeetlni. Apollinaris Pure "The Healthful Queen Agreeable Refreshing 2ter.. HII'IMHMMM j Homeless! 7r That's the way your husband feels, .Jffi V TS when you're trying to clean house in 1V ? the old-fashioned, hard-working, fussy M v. Wik- way- Its enoueh to drive any man t0 I Vl vl take the first steps downward. I I vl ) You can just as well make home A J VU pleasant while you are making it clean. l JvV. "ll Take Pearline to it. That saves so V. C W much work that house-cleaning is no -J A) trouble, either to the worker, or MVt s ' al the looker-on. It's sooner over, ly f"- -tk and it's better done. 1 . I Jr Peddler end aome unacrupu- L iSv V I HOWSMTG, lous grocer, will tellyou, "rtit jfkv W &ZJ ll Perlln." ITS FALSE-Pearllne I. never peddled ; -pVV --eA Vaeig-aty 1 it ,- srroctr aend. you an Imitation, be honcal Skst? J V m4$ES?a ' JAMES PVUJ,ewVwk - HI H There wore three crowi eat on a txtt,f Vjl " ? ttl Ullir Ai black a any crowa could bo." Nsasw- TyflrlJIII ButnoTf, fonooth, to make you white, Wfomfi) fFJE'ir BSfflM;. We'll waah you well with lome Gold Dubt, s.1 1 1 tvrcs-rJ5a n wj,en you're white, we fondly trust Vv wl) That while you wonder at the feat. " 1. U Your happineas will be complete." a w-x. Vv It ( ,i Am rV. ,. Behold him now aa white ai mow t jflv ult WH. i f , Wonder of wondera I aaith the crow, jff---Jdk!?tt Mt 1A (J "If Gold Dost PowDEn makes black white, Jw-'-''a-JLJ-lL J r 7 Twill aurely all the world delight ; Lm ''ai? I And mistreat, mother, nurse and maid fin!frirHTnrin -W- B "ff irV. Will find themselves henceforth well paid ' l i"" if "l7! IniwingthiajrrcatheJp forall, GOLD DUST 1 The household's needs both great and small; ... -,-,,, ,,- Bnllln.n I For diahes, kettles, pots and pans, ' WASHING POWDER. I Forpaint,and floors, and milkmen's cant N. K. FalrbankctvCo., It surely will creat comfort brine, Solo Manufacturers, And clean each dirty place or thins ; chtcco, St. Louis. New York, Boston, For what will make a black crow whit SSSfl'ffiSS Will make whatever U dingy bright," Ore..inttsbur(bandMUnaukce. lie re im m Chanae ftor Hwordimri. Harold St. John, who one trTd her majeity, Qoeen Victoria, m mttnber of th Vint Llf Gaanli. bat who hat girn up toldlerlnff tlnco he camo to this coon trr and hu trved DorUsd u a rid inn matter and tha Lakawood IlotelaimaaUrof ctremoniei of iporta.ll after the icalpt of anjrtidlnr Instructors In this city who tnar entertain an Idea tbey know sometblnK about riding and swordsmanship, lie says there are thirty. tle instructors In New York, Kra1i.ates from the Brit ish. Herman. Prencb, and Danish cavalry, and he hopes to toad at least one Into a match. Mr. St. John, who la a trim built six-footer, with a small aandy moustache, sent word to Tiik Sua last ii Iff tit tnat ne expected to make a match with Frits Lund, rid In ir Instructor of Dickers Acadeuir. at the Uladstono Hotel. Mr. St. John was at the rendezrnus for hours aftsr the appointed time, fondllnir a lance roll of void certificates, hut Carl Nyen-aard and ! r. Kan kin, who profess to he anxious to back Mr. Lund, did not put In an appearance. Mr. Rt. John, with his po on da. W. A. Mciiiven and W. B. Elliott, whlled away the time swapping riding stories and drinking German dis turbance. The ex Life Guardsman has RlTtn up Mr. Lund, and now Issues a challenge to any riding instructor In America to an all-around sword competition, tha pro gramme tone; 1, Broadswords! 2. huat rapiers; 8, foils: 4, broad, words, mounted: G. broadsword Tertua lance, mount ed: fX broadsword versus bayonet, mounted: 7, head and post practice: H. lemon or apple cutting while rid ing over four-foot hurdle. The stakes to be 260 to WOO a tide, tha sporting ed itor of Tua Sox to ba stakeholder. Goriiam Solid Silver The past year's work at our factory has been notable for the many new designs in Solid Silver ware turned out. Es pecially true is this of our high class family silver, which is unquestionably the most satisfactory assortment ever produced. It is certainly a most excellent stock from which to select. The pur chaser with the most dis criminating taste will find no difficulty in making a choice. GORHAM M'F'G CO.. BILVEESMITH3 Beoadway and 19th SiBEEr. Vmtt& -4frtnatt;B. COPY RECEIVED UNTIL 11 P. M. SUN UPTOWN OFFICE, 1,265 BROADWAY, NEAR 320 ST. B ATIS AT THE rOI-LOWIN O OFFICES wis.1. hi: the name am those CIIAKGED AT TIIE MAIN OFFICE. All American lll.li-ict Meuenger Omcea. AVB. A.. 62. BET. 8D AND 4III BTS.. EDWARD J. H. TAMSEN. ' 2D AVB, 1,629. NEAR 80TU 6T.. LEnHANN rKANKEU SD AVE., 1.503, E. OANZ. 8D AVE.. 1.83M. BKT 70T1I AND77TII RTS.. O. ArP. HI) AVE., VII TOUI'KINS MARKET. UET. I AND 7TI1 BT8. THOMAS Y. MARTIN. an AVE.. 2,0(1, IlbT. U-JTII AND U8TI1 BTS. LAW. 0TI1 AVh, ir.J, COIl. 12TI1 6T.. W. II. rURDIlAM. BTH AVE. 704. ANDERSON A CO. BHTII hT. 173 l'.AHT, l. W. hCMILLlNO. 1.TI1 BT 20 WEST. ROOM 3, JAMKM A. McOINNII 231) ST.. 12 IIAbT, S. W. COIl.StK 8D AVK. C. OTTO OLSKN. 8U1II RT.. fl. W. COR. DUOADWAY. ALLEN ADVER TIaINO AQENCr. lifiTII, BT 820 WEST, MORGAN'S ADVERTISING IILKECKER ST.. 823, JEWELL'S ADVERTISING! BOw'eRT. 1B3. NEAR RROOME RT. A. WEIDatAN. L'ANAL hT.. 17. JUMl'M HI.UMBEHO. DIVISION ST.. 167. Jl'MlS MLUMBEIia. U1IANI) HT, MO, RI.M lll'ARtNTKK ca COLUMBUS AVE. 70a. J. 8. JJcULVNN. BBOOKLYN, I I. aa Court nu ATLANTIC AVE . 877, J. II DAVIDOT. ATLANTIC A I., 2.6CMJ, I'RATT A CO. IIKIIMIKD AVE, 1.2(10, UOUUE ADVERTISINQ EX- "ilKOADWAT. 100. MOORK ADVERTISINO EX- illlOADVAy. 290. NEAR kAROr ATB, N. N. OREKNK. COURT ST., MOORB ADVERTIBINO EXriIANOR. I)K K ALB AVE, 60S, MOORB ADVERTI8INU EX CHANGE. Kl'l.TON BT, 897, DBOOKLYN ADERTI8INO AOKNCV. LAFAYETTE AVB.. 1.11(1. LAWSON 4 CO. MYRTLE AVE. 1.K1H. NBAR BROkDWAT, T. BOTBB. NOMRAND AVE, 352. L. CUNNINOUiM. GTU AVE.. 240, jiJIILtP PBET. JAtXO ISaVAND CITT, In V. BORDEN AVE, B (Talcpbaa. Call, 00 Orssnpolnt),. JOHN W. DAVUBN. nOBOKEN, N. J. WAKniSOTON ST, 101, J LICIISTEKRTBIX. WASHINGTON BT., 170, OTTO L. REITMKVBR. NFWAHK, N. J. ACADEMY ST., 26, W, B, CJOBDON. TOWN OF VNION, N, J. BEROEN LINE AVE, 32. JOUN BEST. PATCH OOTJE, IV. I. M. B. TAND08EN. OEBABU BUILDINO. AWNINOa drerators wanlsd. 'JOHN K. MollUilll. 1.268 Broailwar. B LANE-BOOK FEEDER wanted on rulintt macUlne. IIIMIKRY. IB Spruce si. UKKhMAKINO. Improvers a-ifwaiat liancla wanv ed at once. LEU A I'lUUTT, 101 LexInKtun av. E XI'ERIKNCKD HANDS AND I.EAKNKIIH on uhlle lawn iluds ttows wantnt. ALTMAN HUMMER NECK Vt EAR CO, 016-BIS llroadway, aecond Hoor. EXI'EHIKNCKU IIEMSIITCIIKKS WANTED on Wllld surlHs. BLONDEL A IIAN80M. 426 Broadway, AND8 to trim men's ilr bata; alao straw s.w.r. on Llocks and iramss. LINCOLN. Bi.YI.K A, CO, 601 Ureenwhlch at, li.twr-n Jan. and W. 121H. N. Y. SrKVXt:Jfi.MIHH,ON PAID. A lady (ubout 30) of food appearance. brlylJt and In tslllitent, with io.xS cmivrraailnnal powers! one capa ble ut ralltnu upon und dulnir IniHlnoh. with laitlrrii rercrencea muat be of the hlitliiat character, Onlr those uie.tlne tbsao retiuiremclila need addreas A. Vi, K, boi 11)1. Hun up-toi.n nines. l.5 Broadway, OPERATORS on W, A W, and Singer machines to make Una ahlrts. Apply V HENRY RUTIlft HILDA fO.3Leon.-irdBt. OPERATOR on men's coats wanted. Apply to L. C MOTT. 101 4lu av. SALESLADY to lake order. from tbe untlon and fancy roods trade Iu city and suburbs: fair t alary to be fin. Address O M . Ima HI3 Hun office, S' 'lllUT MAKRHS and buttonhole makers vrautrd. CIIAI11.E8 II tUTTNl H, Broadway anil 33d at. Till MM Kits wanted for lnfunla' and lmy' huts. Ap ply to superintendent, i:DV, RIDLEY A SONS, Uraail. Allen, and Orchard ats. W "ANTKD )peratnrs on light work! steam ttower. BROOKLYN JIIIE1.D CO. UD7 Sumner ay.. IVklyn. W ANTED Neat yoimz fir! for e.neral homework Ig. lull tumiij. ' ItVnkU, 2W Wctt UIH Hf7 Wulnc the Central Koiid Her S1O.O0O. Buftalo, Jfny a Dnnlel TT. llodcors is flutntr tho Now York Central llatlrond Company for SlU.UUUdamrieos In tho Huprorao Court Mr Hodators nllccos tn his complaint that he bought a tlokut trom Nlacara Falls to Tona wandn on Oct 4, 1801. At homo point alontr tho roBd bofore ho reached his destination, for porno reason not plvcn In tho complaint, ho wai lallon upon." as ho nlloccB. by tho con ductor, hrakemnn. and othur nconts ot tlio company, and wantonly linmraerod Into in petiKllilllty. ami then, wliilotlie train was golnp; fully twonty-Ilvo mllosan hour, he wax thrown oft nnd lanilod upon his head in tho ditch, whoro he lay for somo time ft Don't Be Deceived, e especially when your health mar yk he at etako. If any ono offers you RB9 Johann Hoffs Malt Extract and pjsrSJAa-n " Johann HofTs" slgnaturo Is not on f!Sj tho ncok of tho bottle, do not take it Simtr under any circumstances. onirgtic rrvmitis -.VautrtU ONE WAY TO8AVB TIME WITHOUT ADDITIONAL COST. VOIT MAY LhAVE TOUR AIIVEJt'1'IKE.'kIE.NT at an AMERICAN JIIHTKICT UK8SENOEB Oi'Jce, If In our list of a ertlalni; Airencles yoa do not And one convenient. A (URL for general housework for the country. Call room 1, 132 Nassau st, 10 to 12; must hat a good refereuce. AOOOD PLAIN HUNDREDS wunted at (11 Wst 17th St.; references required; apply after B o'clock. CII AMBERMAIliandTook" wanted; boardlngHiouao. 326fcaat 14th St. COOK. Wanted, itlrl to cook, wash, and Iron. Call Thursday morning. 1,37a Lexington av., near ulsl strut. GERMAN GIRL for general housework; reference re quired. 37 East lujtn St. third flat. HOUSEWORK. Youur Catholic iflrl to assist In light bouseftorlc In muihII family. Mrs. VICTORY. 208 East Bth at, top flat. HOUSEWORK. Wanted, young girl for light house work and to attend children. Mra. 1'AOE. 70 Eaat 120th sc. HOUhKWORK.-OIrl for housework In small family In a Hat. Call after 8 A. M. Mrs. HEALT. l.BSB Av. B. HOUSEWORK Wanted, a girl to do general house work. Apply, with references only. Mra. FRED ERICKB, 1.640 Av. A. between BBlh and a7th ata. HOUSEWORK. Wanted, clean, capable girl for small family: good cook and laundress; reference re Quired. Apply. U to 1 1. 13a Eaat 3'Jth at. HOUSEWORK. Wanted, a atrong girl for general housework, good washer and ironer. In email pri vate family. 807 East SUtn st. HOUSEWORK. Wanted, a strong girl for general housework In boarding house In th. country. 42tl fcatt 16th at, first floor, right. HOUBKWORIt-fllrl wanted for general housework In small family. UIKSCUBACII. J.1U2 fork av, between 3d and 4ih sis. HOUSEWORK. Competent girl for general house work: one that can cook; good wages; references. 847 East lldth St. HOUSEWORK. A girl wanted for general housework; willing and obliging. Mrs. O. MULLEE. 63 East 104th st. HOUSEWORK. (Ilrl for general housework: one not afraid to work. 2b2 4th av, between 21st and 22d ats. HOUS1.WORK.-Oid woman. $8; small girl for er rands. Ac . 8 month. Tailor .tore. 2Q4 E. 13th at. HOUSEWORK. Herman girl to do general house work. 49 bt, Mark', placo (Eat Hlh st.). top flat. HOUSEWORK. Young noman to aarlat with gensral ho.iaewort In boarding house. 213 hast 29th at, HOUSEWORK. Middle-aged colored woman for housework; first flat. 618 8dav, near 36th st. HOUSEWORK. Experienced girl for-houaeworkT small family; ages$10, 1H1 Eaat 121st st. tOOK. Wanted, good, active woman to cook. wash. - and Iron: references. 231 East Ulstst HOUSEWORK. n anted, a girl from in to 18 year, of age to do light housework, 639 3d av. NURSE Wanted, neat Protestant girl, 14 tn lit. to assiat with care or baby and housework: $6 a month. 406 East 13th st, near 1st av, Nf'RSE Wanted, a girl. 15. for children and make herself useful: neat and tidy; wage. 9d a month; n ference. 119 Eaat bUlh at . latflat. TV) URSE. Wanted, neat girl, about 1.1. to mind behr: A aleephome; beat references required. Call at Lost) Madison av 3 flights up. NIIRSF. Small girl to mind rhlldren and assist at light housework. Mrs. BUCKLEY. 211) East Mat at. NURSE. A little girl tn mind a baby and be ine'UL Mra.llARRINOTON.243 East lOdth St. NURSE. A small girl wanted to mind baby Mrs. KOIINHEIM. 1.077 2d av. NURSE. A yonng girl to talc car. of children. 839 East 18th at, " RESPECTABLE, strong, willing girl for general housework. PI. RUE. 107 East fXlh st. WANTED Kor general housework In n cottage house, all Improvements, n competent woman with good recommendation. Apply 138 Cambridge place. 6th bouse from Fulton st . Brooklyn; apply tor one week; car fare allowed both waya. ANTED (Ilrl to dn housework and attend to cbtt. dren: Herman or French preferred. Addr... U. C, box 123. Sun up-town ofllce, 1.2(15 Broadway. J yEantefr gffnKjC gjjrttchauictt, tit. CARPENTERS WANTED. flood carpenter, on eon try work. Addresa THOMAS nOLDEN. Whit. Plauia. V. T. CASEMAKER8 wanted on velvet and Jewelry eaacs. W.gCHWAItAB'I'l Broadway. 1IABER. Wanted, general repairer nn braaa work. J NO. WH.UAMB. 644 to 656 Weat 27th St. ITINCINEER wanted to t.k. charge of a locomotlv. !i lioller. M. NOONAN. 124th st. and 10th ar. FACTORY FOREMEN, superintendents, and others In like situations can. without addltl' nil labor ut oost, learn of a means of Increasing the r aiming, by ad draining W, P. o. box 2,tS. New York. OV.tlAN BUILDERS wanted. W. V. WILLIAMS, church organ builder, 430 East 72d st. rpo BLANK BOOK BINDERS AND PAPER RULERS. Tn ere will b. a meeting ot the Benevolent Society Sunday. MayH. at2P. M., at 476 Pearl st.; all wishing to becom. members will pipe attend. TRUNK MAKER wanted: steady work; one who un derttands lobbing, 441 CtU av. WANTED Engraver, for calico print orka; ono experlemed plate cutter, tno machine engraven, g'.od wagea and steady ciuplnvmrnt for good work mon. Apply to P. O. box S.UwV lloaton. Mala. WANTED An AI wood rarrer to take charge In furniture factory; ateady position for tbe right man. Apply by letter to CLAKK THOMAS A CO, 2Jd and l'aatink av. 1'hlladelpLla, Vm. WXSTED A blackamAth! mint understand born--ahoelng and rock-drill ahnrp.)tilng. Ajuily bftwc en 11 and 1 o'clock. II, F.COLI.MAX. 183d at. and 11 th ay. WANTED Two carriage painters, a boy, and a stitcher nt COHBETT A McAULlFfE'H. 140i:tat41 at at. WANTED llarneai makers; steady wirk and good wages. Apply at nnc. (lit U. MOR.1II tCII A CO. rinclnnall.0. WANTED-hitgrnvi-r for letter aud moiiugraiu work; steady Job Inr good in .tt ' W, II Will I K, 12.1 State at. Clilcngo. "ViTantED A loung man Irom lT(u IK strong anl ? tinnltli. to 'earn the trade Alipl) to TIIUIAULrS DYF1MI E.VT, 2U3 Fulton st , Brooklyn. WANTED-A good'rarrlne striper: steady lob to man that will .ult. Apply P. II. blLLIVAN, u W)Ckult at., mar Court, Brookl)ii. U'ANTEI) Amati acouslnteil with making machin ery rr Itory button. Addreaa Ail.llliLllY HIT ION CI) , W nti'llilir), Colin UT NTf D Tn ehe llr.t-i la aranlli' cultel a and una tool sharpener. 11. J, MAI.LEn, r.iio l.lund. :. , WANTED-Flrtt-claes oiiul.lt and In. Me litter, on fliandellera. MtlOY A CO.. STlioiiipaon )t. WANriiD-Melalanlnnera. A. ELMHilF. 376 Kent av llrooklyn. N Vj WANTED A good cleaner. Apply tn TlilUAULrS DEIN(1 EST. 283 Fulton t . Brooklyn. WANTED-Two good boy. la DluiablBK (bop. 43 lltld.B Uafc mis wayibX?E t MM WITHOUT ADDITIOSAt. I JBtj YOU MAT LEAVE YOUR i iSHiB AIIVEUTIHKMENT W1L AMmtCAN DISTRICT MEHHEXOEB l , B Orr.ce. If In our hit of Advertlalng Agencies you Off .J do not Hnd one convenient. yl WANTHD-Agood I oorman horteahoer. cHIThoma. i '(A h st, city. :y& ; b ( hi:, tiIim (ihmn .-n ti I tH I ywba E l r.C'l tilts, Itli.flEltN. ANnrjAII.OllH. ( Hf HjM KK CHIctliOt TAKES 1A I D l . 1 II i Si "jj WABKSMI'ABASTKUI, A,"JSL,.'.Y.,VL!iiI ' 4 Mi IIIIUADWA V. ! MllJ Vntcrt-aUlr WigfeUiuicoiw. M A(lI".NTt-t3 to $7 dally: experience unneessary j J. H exrlualtr ter-ltorv. I Jk IB I'lTNAM A ti. I'urfmnfra, Weat Wlnatrd. Conn. j Jf AtlKNTt W NTi:i) lo"aeirri7ar-hr property on Install. i yf mental conimtitalloti U'c ; lota S10 and upwardl 1 big fomroUalon. Apply nt SjijjMjailway. room (I. 1 .' A(li:NTS-r. ilall); aeu needle trending thlmbl.t ) It greateit nniityim earth. 7 t arrtn .1, room .11. g B WANlr.i), talesmen nn raiary or commission to p ltninile the new Patent Chemical Ink Erailng 1'on 'K cil: the greate.t telling tint eity eer produced: erase. ' fjw Ink tlioroujhly In ttvn seconds; no nbrnaion of itapert a V 200 to WK) per rent, front, oneagtnt'a aiiteanuinuutoil wlW to f (120 In fix data; another $.IJ In twvlinurs: won ant V ; one general aeiit Inr i-nch State and lerruory. Fug 'ii?rif t.rma aud full partictilnrs niMreaa ' yp VL. THE JIONBOL EBASEIt MFO. Ca. , W($ Im Croase, Ma XJ. t, PffK ' M TJ O'NEILL A CO. - m QV Want an experienced buyer for notion, trlmmlnft V ll'lIB and fancy goods departmental only those familial VV1 with olty trade need apply. Oth av 20th to21tt .t. FiQ A I" F YOU A Hi: bUKKINO EMPLOY WENT or man to JB $ make a change call at the old eatabiuhed and relln- XIliJti? ble New York Agency: loaltlona of every clan quickly mtilitil' procured: new orders eery mall; Information free. I'VWiSJ 76tl "roadway, corner Slhat. IfW; A MARKERS AND SORTERS on coltars and cuus; Ilrs f if 3l ' class experienced men only. Mr.aeT&I (lAIIDNER A VAltt 773nroadwy. lli'ttiiSj MEV WANTED on cMtlo .teainers tn London and 'Ifttf I.lverpoiiUo work for free pia.age C4 0rpenwuhat. (rliKrt POOR FAM1LILM, witn children, having work or i rtlil friends tn go to In the West, will ho aaslatrd bv th. ! aUvf' ( hllilten'a Aid Society, 24 St. Mark'a plnce (Entl ma. ,1 11 Sii at.): alao good homea provided tordesertedauddestttut if HI W WAITI.TtS cnoka. and oihrr hotel employees ar. , ' jf fVft! engiiged Tor stimuer season free of charge to ' ftl fttfift emplo)erandemplo)ce, at 11 All! M ANN'S. 62 Lextng- .i. JiiB ton in : wy WANTED Young men rrom in to 18 years of age to' j t(P learn the wboie.ate groc-ry bttslneia 'jTi&kI I RAN KLIN, box 224. Bun ofllc. MwUR WANTED-A wulter on board atcamer ANnl.BR. foot iffifm ot2Ist st, lilt. Call Saturday between 11 and 12 ilf-Fl J A, M, A j!jt t j lflinI'EP.MONTIInd expeuaea paid good men ror , fiKT d 31l taking ordcr: .temiy work. Apply PROTEC- "wlJ! f! TIVLNUIIERI.S.(!cnev.N. V. j fjBJ- $ ltuntioiii7"Vnntci! ft mnltu. jjljkj 6c. Per Line. mm W WOKDH TO TIIE i.ixr. j'Hui' A TIDY WOMAN, with long experience, deilros th. IJDHBT' chnrgoof a list; ontp-nsiitlon, rent free: can giv. iMlMJSt excellent reference ADVERTISER. 20,1 Weat flth av Jr'StS! AWOMAN"wiflI CHILD wiints a'sUrnTtloiTathous V MKnEv work; wash or cook; good experience: country 1 Llufl preferred. DE SON. 424 West 611th st. Vtlfflft' AFIRT-CLAR"! janltresa'dealreaa position In flatsT ' f ' ithti 10 ears' referent ia. Aoplvto r.'DI .Mrs. C. N01.TE. 341 Eaat S6th at. ' ii pi ARESPFrTARLE marri-d woman as Janltress; boat ft Wifl'l city reference. Callornildre.s . , Hiti McLbOn. 433 West 6flth at, S AYOUNO OIRL. latelv landed, would like to get a $ altnntlon to do hnuaework in a s'nall prlvat. fain- ' r yfil3 lly. mil W eat 41)th st, ring Keane's bell. pf 5V YOUNO SCOTCH OIRL ns thorough houseworkeri t X life good rook an'l launilrfas: city or country: 2 year.1 ' ' I, iffrvi. city rilercnce. 302 West 44th at. -- ' I SfiKig ARESPEi'TABM-: WOMAN would like a plnco aa lann- il S? dreaa or would do cleaning by the day. 604 7 to K 'fftH nv.; ring McCrath bell. . 3fw AS EXI'KRIKNCKD0UNI1 WOMAN wants a aitti. ' Wtgf tinnasconk-. washer and Ironer; best rcferenco. jmtM Callat234:ldav. Sfiji "a YOUNO WOMAN lodo hotiaavrork forman and wife, eafffi? -1. or plaiA rooking for a. mall family. 604 11th aT.i tJmiPl Mu-phy'abeiL ; 'iKnl A OIRL wanta situation forpeneralhonsework; best i :,lr7;i-4 city reTerci co. 21. Eaat lUth at, 3d floor, front. . ESygt A"" "bTRONtTwO-MAN aa Janltrea.; no children !'R Mrs. HUROEK, 228 East 76th St. &R?iC AYOUNO LDY would like a position a. cashier. "" , -Sikrl:' Kahn'abell. 215 Eaat 10th at . near 2d av. IsUri- CIIAMIIIIRMAID. Capable young glrTwsnt.altuatloD ' .& aa chumbermaid and waitress; best reference ' 'ttsRir Call 234 3d av. .Wli CAPAI1LF. YOUNi: tllltL wnnta a situation for houas- ' VflKssssV work; best reference. 234 3dav. 't ii'JH COOK Rv competent girl: cook; can make all "'..-ffilPB kinds of soups, meata, deaaerta, Ac; good carver i, J VJiJKV'n.1 for boarillnghonae or private family: city or country. , IWrifla Call at 27J Oth av, near 17th at. X tWmfjM FIRST-CLAK-1 LAUNDRESS: iialana good cook: can ' ' K ! doauy klndof houaework- by daynr week. ,1 Aft Mra. FIN AN. 460 Weat S4th at 'iP GUtMAV OIRL to cook. wnah. and Iron: privat. or i 3 JR boarding house; city or country. 100 Weat 26th at. ' Ii vT GIRLtndoceneral houaeworkordndnwn-stntrsworki t wi willing to goDUbo country. Cnll23Q West Clstst, I h GIRL to do gnneral houaework In n prlvat. family! f V &t city icfereneo. 410 Meat 6Bth at. ' tJ SSI GOOD I.A!'NHti:S- would like to get wa.hlng by th. f 1 '3$ day. 844 West 46th st. j f j, JM GOVERNFSS Frenchlnily, five vearsln nreaentfam- fl St lly, desires position. Address FIELD. 208 W.llSth st. M HOUSEWORK. Capable vnung girl wants altuatl.rj f W tn do general housework; good reference. Call at p B 234 3 1 av. V S N1UT, WILLING HERMAN Protestant, good cook. it sjEf laundress or general houaeworker; city references It rP; no objection to country. Ill) East 12th st, near 4th av. J: WJi REPE(;TARLEM)MNtodo houaework tor small. fi '3fvj plain family; present employer's. 203Columbu. ij tKj at .Janitor's bell. fr K SITUATION wanted as Janitreas: experienced: oan tf ML rin recummendallona. l ra. LANQ. 260 East B5th st. ,ji M' YOUNO WOMAN wants pnaltlon na Janitreas tn take ,i -jBil car. of one or two houses. Address 167 East 97t!i f'fvfT St.. Cooney's belL i ) MA YOUNO WOMAN forhonaework: good reference; city jf Jm!' or country. 870 7th av, one flight. ' Ami i ! !. m 6c. Per Line. ' , li B WOltllH TO THE LINE. j t; M, AN HONEST, reliable American. 21 j ears old, nicely j '. nK educated, ha. had 3 years' experience with first- ,' j i$J,v ctaaaaureyora. underatands instrument, and luapect- ' tiki Ing thoroughly. Ac, will go to any part of tho cottntryt , ? wQ a permanent poaitlon wanted; outdoor work prsf.rr.d. I ;; zfi$. Address T.L. 67 South Oth tt, llrooklj-n. E. D. j J f Jffi,' A" YOUNO married Herman desires pnaltlon as coach- lf man In private fatill: tlrat-claaa driver; two years In horae school; highest reference from I'arli: apeak. ! ijtl Lugllsh Address ALBERT, 310 West BStbst. i Ji Mi rlBsTrLASsllAN COOKwlihea a situation; cltr (llrjIajS or country; 26 rears' experience; meats a specially. IM ' dT Call or nd.lrea. 114 8ullnaii at, ! SB! A Y'OUNO order and dinner cook waiiIm a situation. It tlit Apply COOK, rarei r Jordan, 61 Stanton at, ',, WJfif B" AKEI!. Situation wanted to lake charge byon. un- t! 'jfVij deralandlng Ida buBiue. son bread or cake; city or Ji . yilffr ooutttry. Call or addreaa U -lYmll W. EOEH 2.S10 rnllon av, BrooltlynN. T. ivBi. BAKKR. Oood aecond hand on bread, cake, and plesi (j 'jr.itfri eity or country. 210 Forsyth st, near Houston st. i I jXt tOLLhOTORTSweda: now hand, but smart: can fir J jjLi j real estate aa security; state aulury (write). l I )UC A. OUSTArsoN, 41(1 Cumberland at, Brooklyn. ,i j jB.)) COLORED MAN as Janitor lntmatl Bat; mchm j ' if;! bytrad.tllarlempmferred. Addrcs. MU5 Broad- S Jljf zsi if !M- DOIOU WANT n flour and feed warehouseman, who ! ,' iw, 1. bandy with both needle und coopertool. ana la H If!'' able and no! at rnid of w nrk t If ao. address K Jfil, DISKS tl Ati P.P. 2J7 East 50th aL, city. J iRif A8 A.tVxEHMtW. 3STHNT, MM, IIIIRTCI.ASS BREAD AND OAKE BAKER want JUWL . steady aituatlon: city or country; flrit-ctass refer- JMMMJMl euco If required. Oallor adilrcaa , ..... . iHBassssssrS lHK)!n,OT4E.Mt 11th at. FTlHfl 1.1I!.ST-CLASS CITY DKIYI'.R ulahea place as coach- i IBfl ' man or groom; beat reference; wllinu to be gea- 1 bbbbV.H eraily useful. JOUN ItOBINSON. 31 Weat :dsX I WmtM 1'llllST-CLASH BUTIONIIOI.E MAKER with own rns If iflKlI 1 I'hlnotssk. .mplojmeut. AdJress II. TANOWbKY, i I (' ;u llijgo st. f 'ij kI 1" .IHST-CLASS UAKElt foremsn wishes steady lob oa :' bread and cake; city or country. 7 Cbryatlnat. . 'ffri I'.lillST'CLAhS CARPET LAYER' tiiahas situation. 44 JBI haat 116th t. candy .tore. , I iLHH GIERUAN, good III. abarpeucr lhei alealy poal- 1 )ssi r tlon. 1. 1SI.F.K. 1,(177 AV.A. C'OOD, bTEADY.eiperlenrcd order cooki good refer- j. 1 HI I ences; notalrallof work, (' J.tMi. KajMott .!; rajHIB HONKST, trurortli)-, and .lrd jouii.-miin oant. H.'sl situation In po'lllon or trn.i: inalilor, collector, or la B'i clerk: aiieaka Uermtin and Ku.iLh; il e ji.ira with last Vl emploier; best refermce; aged . Addrea. r.ii r ' l, i.HUND. 5l4fcaat8Stht. isssi OIlsF.SHOhirTlrat.clt.a ilVeuian aula Job. Ad dreas K box 222, bun uttlce, BHHHi MAN ANJTwir'i:, man flrst-clns. rook: understand. BJHJHJ nil branches cooking; hotel or reataursnt, city or i',i counlrv 237 EJat VUli .1 li.uement. HH PHIMANKNT SITLAllliN aa collector, clerk, aecre- l tury, aaalitant bookkeiper, or eoiupunlon; uiodorat. fHHHHI steiugrauherl ailar low Tjl " v a. It. TEN I VCK. Mount Vrmon. N, T. 2-i SITUATItiN n'ANTFD by practltsl flifut and gar. ilinrroriiiaiiy )ara' .xperlei.c.. with reference; (.eriuan Proteatant' Apply to J, K. ALLEN, 104 West ? 24th at. -! SirrAlIiiNnauleilaa Janitor, u sears' best refer- ',BI eutea, CM or adlrcaa JANITOlt, Bt) or 03 Waal , , iwllhal. t'i flllM) iiUN BUTCHERS want situations; city Of Ja 1 country, tt ESTIIlllMBB. 74 V.t.y .t. 'i WAVTh.D Po.llloiias coachnitn: thoroughly com- M t tteut, country or cltv. A ply 1HHH Ii. M. hTIVI lis. 160 East 31 at at, 'ir tNTP.I) -Bt n young man. v irk In u brass factory i' BHHI .is tiller or litter. t'AUI.IHIt, 201 Bleeck.rst. H YiUMI MAN.iiermaii, wlshe) n situation .. a.sltt- BawJH nut cook, Adilrea. HHHH WILLIAM W tONKR, 2d E.st 2d at. 9 YOUNa XHN. 22year. of ag dtslrct a poaition at H porter; sober, atcady, and mllahie: A 1 references. HHHI Address A, box 11)!. Sun ofllce i YOUNO MAN wlllltt tltuatlou as ennv bolder! tit , tmMM iUi-si U.TrLA.61Jan.sr iMmmmU aaaa!