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d ' THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1892. 5 )M
Jk ERYING'S TESTIFYING ENDED. MB ee.ej oTttxitPAmcnviurcABEMTOBBroar. 1 1 roSKD IXDKriNITKLT. ( Ilr. Tarkkartt TattaW. Without Any SIkw H or Ntrroas Strata. Ortr th JaJae Grass H na Wl th Tnu Tm Broke) Devra Mr, Brook Prtatk Hit, et Hcratm la Plata Laacnac, aa tka Jerr. orcoaraa, Find tka Aadrt- W em Oalltr. I A member of tho family of John Lanedon I Ertlnir. tho round man whose health has I broken down under the strain of flitting dls- I orderly houses with the Rov. Or. Parkhurst I am) telling In open court what ha saw and did I In the houscn. was .at the District Attorney's I ofllco early rottorday mornlnc. and totd Mr. I Mclntrre that Mr. Erring was In a stato bor- derlns upon collapse, and that both his physical and mental safety depended upon his retirement from the ordeal into which hi I friendship tor Or. Parkhurst had forced him. I Early In the moraine he had been taken to I Hye. whore his parents nrc. His mind was I very much disturbed, and fears were entor I talncd that ho would not recover completo I mental balance. These reports created uront I sympathy tor htm in tho crowdod court room I yosterday when Marie Andrea's trial was ro I sumed: nnd the Rot. Dr. Parkhurst. whon he appeared as tho first witness of tho day. was enzod at with raoro than customary Interest Mr. Krvtns'a case was tho subject of official notlco whon tho evidence was all in. He wns to havo apponrod and concluded his cross examination', but did not come. Mr. Molntyra announced that ho was sick. Mr. Drooko thon moved that tho younc man's tostliuony ot the dny before bo strlckon out on the ground that Ihodofonre hnd not completed Its cross-ox-umlnntinn. Judco Fltzuorald said that ho wished to be informed further as to Mr. Er Ine'n health before he decided, and Mr. Mc Iutyro loft tho room to see Dr. Parkhurst. who Wrtssllll InthoDlstrict Attorney's office. When horoturned lie bald: " Dr. Parkhurst Informs me that he took Mr. Krvlns to see Dr. Boebe lait night, nnd that Dr. Uoube made an oxamlnntlon and said Mr. Ervlne would be In no condition to testify further: tlmthln physical as well as hlsmontal health miulnthlerorvinptorr." After furtlir illscusslon Mr. Melntyre until liowuwllllnc to droiiMr. l.riinir'fi testimony If Mr. Iltooki' InAiKtnil. ns ho wus confident tliat tho rest uf Ills rvlilenco wna nmplo to convict. Mr. Ilrouko did Insist, nnd it wns ncroml to strike out ml ot tho LraliiK testl- Jlr. Mrfntyro wild out of court tbiit tho UN ni'csor .Mr. J'rlnc would force him to pnt Iinim Inileflnltnly tho trial of otliors ncalnat nliom Indlctim-nti of n itlmllar nnturo were I'cnillnc. 'I lio next two In order, thoso or Lllru llutton nnd Jennln Laurent of (Vest Third strcot. wnrn to lima come up nt nneo. Dr. l'nrkhurht nnd IiIh party vlsltod both thesn plnees nltor leiivlnc tho Andrea hounb, nnd In each wltnesiHi spectiiclos of an ovpji more horrifying nature. A bus reporter lltod Ervlnc's home In Kyo Inst nlglit. Tlu yuunir mnna futher, John l.i vine, who 1 a lawvttr. wild: ".My ton Is Ritllorlnefrom a very sevprent tack of nervous prostration. We hope fur Un tiopt. nnd tln'ro Is every reason to believe Hint lie will tiltlmntoly roenver hie health. Hut if lie Is cnmpullnd to umlerco this sort ot thing again we cannot answer for him. It will cer tainly endanger his life. The physician who have seen him say that he needs absolute rest and tn bo let alone. Wo will try to obey tho In ttruetl'iiiB. My son wns in no condition to nieot tho strain of crnvs-examlnntlon on this Inst trial. Ho had just recovrrod from an at tack of nervous prostration consequent on the strain of previous work ot the kind." and thin wns moro than he could hear. " Is it a fact, as etatod. Mr. Ervlng. that your gonVmlnd is impaired ?" asked tho reporter. " I can only repeat whnt I have said to you." said Mr. Ervint:. " We think he will fully re cover with rest and good care, but another strain ot the kind no, no; It ennnot tie." Mr. Ervinff had nothlnc to say about Dr. Parkhurst or his methods. Hut a (treat many persons in Bye had. Ervlnc is one ot the most fiopular younc men In the town, and they hlnk that Dr. t'arkhurst has been injudicious, to say the least, in his dealings with the young man. As first witness on the trial yesterday Dr. Parkhurst stepped briskly to the witness chair and tentlOed In a clear and rhearful voice. He recited tho events of the visit to the Andrea woman's house in West Fourth xtreet with something llko spirit and in much the same terms as Gardner, tho agent ot his society. He said that theoonvorsntion between the is itors and tho inmates was neither free nor llu nnt, for the reason that the visitors spoko Knellsh and the women spoke only. French, with the exception ot the Andrea woman, who spoke a little English. Ho said they were In tne house a halt hour before tho exhibition took plane, and it was some time huforo (hey drank any beer. In this hi contradicted Gard ner, who hail sworn that they had tieer almost as uoon as they entered. When it came to tho description uf the exhibition he said : "There wns some contract made between Gardner nnd the defendant, after which thu girls retired to tho room immediately in the rear and dlsroled entirely. Then they return ed where we were nnd Here ho turned to Judco Fitzgerald.! Shall I give tho wholo story" " Do you want tho whole story ?" naked Judge Fltzctuiiid of Assistant Dlstilct Attorney Me lntyre. Mr Melntyre said yes, nnd Dr. Tnrkhurst dcMiibed the vile scenes which followed inn few clear-cut words. He did not ho-itate or mince words, but talked in an every-day con- rrMtiioiini mur. no it iiu noru uufcuriuiaK some mdlnary occurrence. Ho wn- then turned over tn the defence, and tho Fpprtnlni. leniemlicrlnc the crosh.ex nminntinn of the daylefnre.tiHik lone breaths. Mr. 1 riokenki'd Dr. 1'uiklinri.t about nn In terview puhlli-hed In a morning newspaper, but the question w.-ib not allowed. Mr. iliooku then iinnoiineo I that he hail no furthorrjuox tiim loiiKk, and tho siectator looked union ishivl. The detcetive, Howes, wns the next witness. He thl nothing now. I'nlleemeii Mlclmel A. Cooney and 'J'liumns Dnlnuof thu preelnetin which the Andrea hniiko Ih and DctectheEd Miird J. Ai iiiMroint of lnspei'.lor ilyrnes's staff Wcio enlleil. l'oiireman I'ooneytestt fled that the fa co uaa known among the police as a hoiiMi of prostitution. The testimony of tho othcis amounted to nothlnc. .Mr. Ilruiike then moved to hove tho Indict ment dismissed. He said that Dr. Parkhurst anil Id party Were accomplices in tho Hreiik ln tr of tho I. iv,- on. the nUlit In qtiusdion, and that, therefore, their tpstlniunv wa not ouin pelent. Ho quoted suction U) of the I'cnal Code, us lillii.; A i'i-riM .inn tti-'I In the roniitlgm 'or a rrlrjr, li,ll!cr i.ocliicill) ..tnnintle hci rmulltiilliiK the cr.riur.nrioiH .in. I ni,. u in u rininiua. n, m.v.h'r in.'., m nr, in... nt, IT ,, rr..iu k ho,lrrcll or Imlirrct 1) i-oi.ii.f iiiiuiimm.k m.licr. e-iirururunadfiUieria tuii.iiiil iiir.iin-, i... rli.i li Ml. i f,t.n,,;,l,iK.'rs.H l ni'd -ince the evidence re luted wholly to .i simile rearlon. tho house w"iTnpM.,'"J",,',li l"i1': JI-or.i.Tly iin.lur the de In Itln ..f u ilU..nlerly hou-e, iininely. ".mo ft ' , . u .' " Wftn' us "' dlMitrii or scandalize. thpuiilli!j.'eiiemlly or the Inhabitants of h pa.liei.ar m.whlorhood.or the payors I,." ir "."' called atteiiti..,t, mi Irici.'ul.irttv lu Mil n"'t 'j'.'.n '.' V.W W"' i1""1 ' """ l" ' fwn" Ju'ie Lin..," Mi,i t. n.iuieol the lie Iciidnnt written n ly thu I'lcrl . ,,t th....,,,!! ttaVfitlf1h;!fc;!,-?;S Pnrlihur-t was I., r nn-ompllei.. If he Vr,L an tteeonii.llee. Ilia the moii.mii was "n trial . A small mi-iimi inn wa tmulo win n p.,..i hurst 4wa-1 recalleil and " T. d o id. V.ti y a young cfil ay one of those who'nl, ,'') that nlKlir. Tim e rl was MlLd.tlnnKiii'Sm did not appear to I o more than J iy,.',isod Her face was white. Dr. 1 ar!.liiirn co 1,1 n. i Identify Iwr.oii alter she hm "-irniv d er hat.saj njr that worn she drcse. is Hh"uS"n tho nlghtlm vitlted the place he might r..ft nlzj. her. Gardner, the detective, wns , tc.d", and recngnlKvd lierns "the llllh gi " ":',"-,, In hlaitummlng up Mr. llrooke dwelt on tho fixumont thpt tho houso lind not been proved disorderly ami that tho defendant htt'i not been ideutined with It oxcept In one instance. Ho mtd that Dr. Parkhurst's inotlva In Irs tours among the disorderly houses wns an iVn. fifsreiStlbmt"1-'1''r,,'l0n ,n ''"tiTiulnntlon'of "If his motlvo. had been wholly good, hn would have found a way to procarn Mtitlhlent testimony, to eonvlct without dragging his SnCir-i.iTobf? t!'.r".u"f!,lne llnu corruption, and without initiating this Innocent and pure rolniled youtiB man Eivuglno tin. dotnlls of unspeakable corruption; That Dr. Parkhurst fo.il'.h'"'.'' ,C0U!' eP,dowii from hli pulpit, that hf should mingle in onmpnnlon. shin wlli, the, vilest outcasts of loc.ety, ViSi ". Blln,uhl drink wltii thejn in un. jojr . fellownliJr"., tlinf. . ho should frequent resorts of uwiul erll for tho purposo or securing udnnrp to convict inncouitof J.'w-wns this necossnryr Whh (t essentlnl h,!,f1.l,",i'1ll1"ul,l.'"'lly witiics. all them .llghlfiil things i HserlhiHl on this stand? Was Li .i.1".0'.'.1"1 f'1,p.'.,,m .'!'. P" from Placn to plnen night a tor n g it i Did lie not witness enough 11n,l,ellrtiilglit.whunhevlslt.ic:herrystree. i i'.roivu '"him that vice, existed? If ft woro Lnm'.' . ?b'.n tn."'t "Vli enco. why did ho (lot iS'i'i '" "'? I",JI,, 'each ng mercy, help ng Ib.'SS?"" tlnnw ,trlitg to rescue nnd fav" IdanM Vn'i'ih J?"'1 ''.""I'-ers to collect his ev Idenee for tho Grand Jury, of tn ,AISl2i.h.t J'0i'1uraifRtd the sacred robes " ifu" ' - 1 1 to send stents to pay people to bs crlmlrial and vicious for tho purpose of having thorn ar rested and punished for It. A shocking spec tacle, I -must say. Is this described by this clergyman and his dotectivesl The wages of sin paid by the man of Oodl Imagine this Christian minister going about from houso to house buying nnd paying people to submit to the most loathsome conditions, to do- grado thomsolves below the level of tho east, and then doctnrlng, 1 nm doing this In the cause of morality and to presorvo public virtue.' Is It necessury, wns It ever necessary. In order to establish tho fact that they kept bawdy housos, that these people should stay until nftor the women had dis robed and wltnoss these vllo performances to their conclusion? Whon they were solicited in theso houses to remain and coup stairs, whon thoy bought beer and paid for Hand drank It, did they not hne nil the.proof tho law domnnded r cs. up to tho fullest lottor. Etery particle of necessary ovldencowns got bofore one stitch of clothing was rotuovod from tho porsons of these unfortunate womon. "To danco with naked womon. to Indulge In tho most frightful orgies, to kls with liar lots, to hold them In lap. nnd roceivo their kisses even after such revolting scenes how can you sny thero is any sort of pure or proper motlvo suggested in tho acts of this Christian gentleman? , . ...... " Heo tho unfnrtunnto result What ruin has Dr. Parkhurst accomplished! Remember this crushed, dispirited, and broken down boy. Ervlng, ashe loft this stand yesterday. Im nglno tho effect on his lllo which Dr. Park hurst has produced. Hoo this boy whose mind was pure, whose associations were refined, who had novor evon crossed thu threshold of a houso of prostitution: behold this boy with his tcachor. preacher, nnd ' guide going from brothol to brothel, from tho embraces of strumpet to strumpet, dangling naked women of the vllost charnctor on his knees! Imagine now Dr. Parkhurst'a puro nnd lofty motives. Thin man of God. this toachor of wives and puro girls, this sympathetic nnd lowly minded Instructor who takes little children by tho hand and tells them to be gooddthls frlond nnd udylsur of youth who urges young men to keep thomsolvon unspotted from tho woild. thlsconsolor nt the sluk-bod. this devout man who points to the dying tho wny of salvation Imagine him voluntarily going through tho tilth and the mlro. tho boy firvlng by his side, nnd then calmly describing scenes In public which you and I. who make no such profes sions ns he. would blush to whlspor. Think ot this man dragging his young and Innocent friend through such scones, and then compel ling him to parade tho story I No wonder poor Ervlng's mind la tottering I In the thlrty-tlvo years In which I have practtsod at tho criminal bar never have I heard such frightful testimony na tilts. No such words have, ovor disgusted and degraded a court before. Not ono word of remonstrance did this man glvo these poor women this man whoso mission Is to snvo sinners, to drnw thorn from error, to Illustrate merey and for glvenoss, to say to tho harlot "Go and sin no more.' Did he urgn thorn to abandon uvll Not he. "Here is my money.' said he. 'Oomo.strlp your persons, pollutu your womanhood show me to whnt depths woman can fr.ll. and then wo'll drink togethor nnd I will put you In mil. lour companion will posn as a gieat morali-t, nnd you will go to prison. Isthnt a Christ -llko motlvo? I ennnot bellcvo If. This poor girl, whoso whlto tnco here to-day mndo you shudder, did ho try to suvo liar Clod liolp God's worn! "I believe that moro Injury Is dono to Christianity and good morals by exhibiting from the lips or a clergyman such degradation and huMialitr I y far than can Im counter balanced by sonding a few women to tho Penitentiary. 1 believe that the trampling untlor foot of tho tilings that all men hold sacred will rosult In tho working of iiillnito evil. Think ot the daughters at home, the young girls of in, 10. and 17 rears, whoso surroundings havo kept thorn In puro paths of life, whoso unsullied minds. hne no thought of the horrors which Dr. Parkhurst advertises. Think or tho young men coming up Into manhood and learning from tho lips of this clergyman of the exist ence of thee vile resorts. Tell this gentle man by your verdict that you de-Ire to protect virtue. Hay to him. 'Go avo souls, go proach morcy to sinners and thefallcn.' Let this man neek some thief upon tho cross, some poor harlot and lift her up. That. Dr. Parkhurst. is the way to gain the approbation of God." The case went to the jury nt -1 o'clock. Twelvo minutes Inter tho jury returned and announced a verdict of guilty. Mr. Drooko nsk'd until Monday to mnvo for a new trial. Meantime Judge Fitzgerald refussd ball, and committed Marie Andrea to the Tombs. Judge Fltzgernld yestordny morning post poned sentence In tho case of (tattle Adams until next Thursday. This was done by nciee mentof counsel on both sides. In order Unit the sentenco might not prejudice tho issue in the Andrea trial. was aiiK Dvrnor Edwnrd JEvrrttfa Wife Rxpli.lns Why rilie Allowil liar 3Innli.se tj Ite Aanalted. Now that Judge Pratt of Brooklyn bos al lowed the judgment roll In tho suit of Edwnrd Everett tor tho annulment nt Ids marriage with Goorglanu J.llllnn Morrison to bo ex amined, counsel for tho latter propoBos to open tho dcfnulr. Mr. Everett la a lawyer nnd a member of tho woll-known Boston family of that nnme. nnd the woman, whoso mnrrl.igo with him was annulled on tho ground lhatsho had another husband living, is a member of tbolllnnmn family, also woll known In Boston. Tho undisputed facts In the matrimonial com plication aro as follows; Miss GcorgUna Lil lian Hinman was married to William G. .Morri son in 1H74: tho couple separated within a year, nnd In 1K84 Mrs. Moriiso-i wns married to Mr. Everett in Brooklyn, by Chll .lustico John Courtney, tho preont Sheriir. In lhX Mr. Everett brought suit for Iho annulment of thu marilngo. and judgment was given lor him by de'nult on the report of theicf.-roc. Nothing moro wis hoard of tho matter by the public until Monday, when Mrs. .Morrison's Inwver beg.iii tho p-e-ent proceeding with a view to reopening tho case. Mr. Even tt In th' previous proceeuincs oecinreu mat lie learueu of Ills wife's previous marriage iieirly a year attorhis own marriage luul token pine. Mrs. Morrison's story differs materially. bhi says that her inair!n;;n to Monisou took place when she was 111 year old. and that it was a mock mnr'lnge. being performed f'r fun nt a Mjclal gathering In Jo. ton I. y onenl theguetx, Morrison, however. Insisted that the marrlnco wns legil. and alter considera ble hesitation slut went to lite witn him. Hho lelt him within a venr In consequence, sho says, of lll-trenf ment. Hho ieeires Iha nfler alio I ecnme acquainted with Mr. Everett and ha asked her to marry him. sho told him all Ilia particulars of her previous nuurlage. nnd on his udvii'u went to Boston and brought an action for dlorce. Sho was udrised i.y her lawyer tlint the cniiits held that Imr innrrl igo with Morrison was not '.alld. Mr. Everett, slni also savs, jirocured a paper from Morrison himself to the elleet that tho puisnii who pet formed the marriage was m -t aiitliorUed to ofuilato. Finally In October. 1SNJ. sho con sented to marry Mr. Ereictl, but at his lequest kept tho uinrrl.xi.-u aeeret. and In spite uf tho marriage annulment proceedings they eon tinned, she says, to live together as man nnd wife until June. JHfll. Mr. JvMuelt kept telling her Hurt hhso.hi as piis-ll le ho would make pilbtlo hla marriage to her. Mis. Morrison thus explains hvmcti'-n In falling to defend the suit against her for the annulment of the mai rlage: "About JMS7. Mr. Evrett nid tint a his family would nev-r ri'eonlzoa inn1 1 (age per formed by a Justice of til" IVuco ltwouli lat necessary to have a cere imny ivi formed by a clergyman. Before that ho -aid the marrlagn before the Justice mu-t bo iiiinillleil. Hotel J mo that I needn't tronllo inysilf about thu I nnorn necessary to I e drawn, anil ail 1 had to do was to sign what h's nttorne tolil me. I did not learn tho real nnturo of the suit until some time nfte, waul. After tho niniriago had lecn annulled I a-ked Mr. Lverett to marry me in the usual wny. but lie put It off (rout tlmo to lime, mid finally he went to Jtiioio in June INil. 1 1 ave since learned th.it ho always mlsienrcBented our relations among his associates." tH.ICI.li UII.L1.1M NUTl.l:. Ha Woa Hlaa WMlt'K AffVc'ton and Then llr Slurried Another. If Willlnm Slcyer hnd krpt his promises MIssBetthn White -nys that she would now be a butcher's bride. This happiness has been another's slneo bumlny. nnd Meyer, tho husband of thrro dn'. aloi't In tho Jufloisou Mnrkct prison last night. Bertha was employed ns cook at 217 West Twenty-Drill street. .Meyer works In a Seventh nvenuo butcher shop, nnd when ho hns an eeulng off hn wears speckled douMe-brenstod wnistcoats of many colors; but Bertha loved him In his working e. utiles. Kho always met him when ho delivered meat nt the house, and one night lio invited hertiigo toth theatre, ihey went to a illmo museum and stayed lata for tho stngo performance. Meyer wore his siicckled waistcoat and confr-sed his lore. rot that tlmo until lust week he was her reg ular company, j. j Jiorlha says that he frequently promised to mairy Iter, and she lias n jmcknaoof his jot ters to piove It. hen ho failed to call on her as iisunl last Friday night sh went bi hla Uiardlng house, where she dl-eovered that he loved another, and that her naino whs Jo hanna. Bcrthn told Jolinnna that Meyer was llckle. a nd sho showed Her his letters, .lis. linnna replied that, ineler the clrcninstani'o. sho would never marry him. but Bertha was suspicious ami on rundny night sho learned thnt Johanna hui beeomii Mis. Mojur. Meyer is to have an examination. Central Tliri.tre'a Thirteenth Victim, Philapeltuia. May 10.- William Hloeliellffe, the thirteenth victim of the Central Theotio fire, died this morning in the Pennsylvania Hospital. James Pigeon, one of those injured In tli if, I xpsoUd to dls t any aonsau riSDICTlTB ASDY UVLLl.S. lie Coalda't not tb Idcera nt Iha 1'olnaw bna with Ellhsr NUtnt Stick or Platol. Dp at the Columbus lodging house. Third avonuo and Forty-second street, thoy talked all day of Andy Mullen, tho hunchback night clerk, and tho way he had shot Fred Williams, ono of the ludgors. on Monday night Owens, tho porter, hnd soon the whole affair, nnd tho lodgers brought tholr frlonds In and made Owpns act out tho soeno again and again for tholr bonoflt It appears that Mullen camo over from Now Jorsoy about three years ago nnd cot the f . night clerkship of the LL, ' Columbus because ho j j was cheap nnd becnusn vs.! t10 proprietors cltlcd V6a . yTy-v ,llm' U ,s ala thnt (a. U lr when housed tobo so- Xtftf7 1 " ne w8 B00' na 77Wa turcd. But he foil to ( J drinking and became l! (( ' dangerous. One day ho juniT turns'. man's night stick. Ho laid this on tho desk In front of him and waited for some one to mnko trouble. As trouble was Into in coming, ho hnd tlmo to "tank up" a bit. Toward midnight trouble enmo In the shape of a "gont" who walked in and pol ished his boots at tho froe blacking stand. "Wot ye doln' thoro?" said Mullen. ., "Khlnln' mo boots," said tho "gont," "Wot wns thonumboryo hnd last night? "Didn't have no number. Didn't sleep In ycrjolnt." said the "ent," ,. " Hunchy" drew back his upper lip until his gums showed, and drew down his eyebrows until his oyos sparked through the hair. Ho picked up tho night stlok. and. with a scream, jumped for the "gent." Bangt Cruokl went the night stick, and tho " gont" rhshed for the After nwhllo the night stick rather lost Its terrors, "llunchy" was "kidded" with Im punity, and satin his corner. snarling. Ono evening a lodger wont y a bit too far nnd fell fvF' N oft his chair In a fright f as he, saw Mullen draw 7 V. out two big revolvers J . ) I nnd flourish them with Q , .fl his long loan arms. ff y Alter that overybody c-3 . wns afraid of him. but V- J y soveral months ago. tho 1- I rovnlvurs not having r- been seen In a long sys Av time, a lodgor let Inosn P--cC unnio jeer nt "llunchy" f SY -I when tho clerk had I S beon "tanking up" ' A f more heavily than f y tisunl. and before ho '' could moo ono of tho revolvers appeared In rRin i. wimim. "Hunehy's" hand nnd , . two bullets str .ck tho wall within a fewlnches of tho lodger's head. Jack (Julnn took tho revolver away after a struggle, and " Hunchy" fell back In his chair, yellow witli fury. He was dlschaiged for this, but tho propri etor took pity on him ngaiu and let film co hack to his old place. " llunchy" neter left his corner except to g t a drink, and hntieated evorybody with surly hatred. He hail a grudgo of long standing against young Fred W II llnms. who cm me to the Columbus for a low days every week or so. and when Williams si irped "Hunehy's" f.icn nn Monday night, after lis had been insulted, no one was sur prised bv tho shooting which followed. Whon tho ofllceis arrested Mullen ho wns still raving, and he had so inii'iii liquor thnt in thu nikilln l'obce I ourt ju-tcrdnv morning ho was still drunk. When lie was culled out of tho line he was shaking from hcid to foot, and his faenwas dNcolorod and Ills hnlr hung down ovor his blood-hot eo-. .V Dr. Cashing of Bollevuo sent a despatch that Wllllanis was In no danger, the charge ngnlnft Mullen was made one of lelonlous assault. .lustico llogan rotnomberod hlni as liming 1 eon a witness against a man whom he had had arrested for malicious mischief. Mullen -nld he shot Williams In self-dofnneo because Williams had struck him nnd hnd threatened to shoot him. Justlc o Hogjn held him in l.tXKl ball to nwnlt thu result of Williams's iniuries. Wil liams recched sevonl r tlie lodgers at lil cot in Bellnvue Ho-pltal. nnd told them that he would he all right in a fow days. ithn nu.iii.tirs ricium: tiieiik Mrs. R7e1eons W'ruth In Mi.ry fchiiltx's Ilnuse Heema Exruwoble to Itie tliiri. MaryMcKeon of 240 East Ninetieth street was tried yo'tcrday In the Genor.il Sossions. beforo liecorrler Smyth, upon an indictment charging hor with malicious mischief. In de stroying about WHO worth of furnituro In tho houso of Mary fichultz at 150 Allen street. Mary Schultr. Is ono of tho complainants against Agonts Finn and Beckon who wero arrested recently by Police Captain Crossupon the charge of blackmailing kcupets ot dls ordetly houses. She testitlcd that Mr. Mclon forced her way Into the houso in Allen street and asked where hor husband wn. Tho complainant said that JleKeon was not In the houe. There upon Mrs. McKeon wrecked tho furniture and ornaments of thu rarlor. Among tho orna ments was a picture of Mciveon. This JIis. McKeon ntlerlv dhdlgiii-cd. Theileienen wnsth.it the Schultz woman had enticed .McKeon away fro.n his wife, and to get lid of thy wife had trtiee resorted to the criin ii al law. t)ce sh i had had Mis. JleKeon r tnignul upon a trumped-up charge of gintnl larceny, but the jury promptly ncqui ted .Mrs. McKeon. In her own 1 o'mlf Mr. McKeon testified that sh" iiad bend that her husi and wns 're fluently at M.iiy schultzV hou-e. she folliw.-d lilm there on the nlghl In unction and raw nun eiuer. ooi woco n..;-iinn. ntunision l.i tho hoii"i. he had i! ipod oer the imc!; fence. The sight ni her husband's picture nspieu- ouslyilisplaycd upon the wall d the pallor, migcio'l no", and she mfzht have used i.nlnt...l lancunge and handled ihc plcturu roughly, but she did not bre.il,' the furniture. . lie ami her hi.sband had he.-ii separated slncethest to Mary rchullz's house, and her husband, under an order of court. pns horf4 a weel,. Tho jury promptly acquitted .Ills. McKeon. nnd li rder.Smi'lh discharged her. McKeon Is an nctlin politician in "do Ate "and his been ono of Barney P.uurku'a BeutoDauta fjr years. mx im: nvr.K vi.mxtii-i: Miss r.nnihnrit A!m oins fin In T.vo (scene us VllnrN rimi Jcm i. Verillr. Elsie Lombard, an actress, obtained, hoforo Justice Beach of the Hupremo Court yester day, a verdict for J.VJ:J damages for breach of contract ngalit-t Harry J.acy and Josepli Ar thur. Her jaun'y in peainnee, pliunnt an sweis.play of fentiiro". and attitudes of repose, in whl'di shu clasps bur bauds and tilts her head bnek. broke the usual monntuny uf thu couit room. Kite said that sho was 21 years old, and that she had beon In seveial companies slnco she left tho Ljveum.lchoil forAetlni; four years ngo. She had made a sliding contract witli the defendants to jliy In tho "Mill Alarm" M'osonof lussi-lKjo. llr-tat SIO and then at t-.M a week, she to furnish costumes. After th'en ichearsals sho had been dlsinlseil, willioilt a ln!u li u lil lei appearance, on ulliva tli.u that she una stilted and hssU'ricallv emotional Op ndviceor counsel, oflm- hi lug Ing suit, she ent to Lacy and tondered Imr seiMces to limscn the damages. Uf ofTeied her the part of a liegiess. which hu declinen. l'utidiiig th. i suit she luul eurned tfl.HOl) with the companies of Minnie Madderu and lloslna ikes. hhu wanted swl0 diiui.igos. Sir, I.'iiy mid that wlien ho inado tho eon tr.i"t with ln ulio was nn iinlcnown quantity, and was stilted and stagy. Mie had men laughed at by tho moraboisof the coiupany at lehenrsiils. T. Henry rreiieh, whom liu had consulted, also said she would not do. s.V,','irtn'""! "",' "m-tliu-vHlaln" look about Miss l.oiiilanl ns sho resumed tlie stand, and -aid. with tilted head, that no ono iindeyei laughed at her. It would hu uiinro fesslriunl, l),idee, sho hi Ifevod the way shu played tho rolu was uo Ic.iiglslim matter. t'lgni-niuVer Iliotvnlou' Ti.U I'olsrii, Clgurmakor Archibald Brownlow. need 4,r, wns remuviiil on Monday night from his bimrd Ing houe. TS2 Paclllc street. Brooklyn, to tho Long Island CoIIcl-o Hospital, HiifTer.iiK. as was supposed, from honrt f.illu e. His donth occurred hoon afterward. Jt was caused, as the autopsy dlelored. bysnmo corrosive poi son. A letter addressed to his landlady clearly shows that he meant tn commit suicide, lio mentions two peison by name, whom lie calls loafers. nn;i liu says his blood l-.m thuir heads. Hondils: God's mills grind fine, out slow." liioliiimedi'itocnusu for siiidlu appears to havii been thnt tho hindhml of Ids place of liii-liiesswas puthlng him for mcrilua rent, allhmiuli lie evpectod to havo means to pay hlnibim.. Ho wroto that hu had no relatives hotu. Homeless tieii, Mhurn-. The suit brought by United hiatus Commls sloner Lymnn ngnlnst tho Custodian of the PostOftlce building to prevont the latter from putting Gen. Genrgo II, blmrpe of the Board of Genoral Apprulsors in possosslon of room 114 was adjourned in the tlnltod Htatcs Circuit Court yesterday until June 7. Tho injunction already granted will continue la lores until tUo. Doughnuts Not tho uew-fangletl baker's kind that require, to be sprinklod nil ovor with sugar to mnko them pnla tnblo, but the old-fashioned kind your grandmother usod to mnko, light and luscious, made moro deli cato nrid digestible by tho uso of that New Shortening1, COTTOLENE Tho following rocino will make them : 1 cup ior. -t ffC beaten light and mixed with th tirtr. 2 teaaponnfuli melted COTTOLENE. Mrupmllk. ' tapoonfiili bait In ff powder. f4 tcaipnnnfui ait. 1 sAltapniitiful ctunamon. Mtitir enough to rod. Add Mia ui Ilk aitrrnatelr wltb the tlonr and rry the doajrhiiutu in COTToLENP. ttmt hot rnouh lu brown b piece or brt-nd wtiiUt you Louut fcUty, Try tula recUie. COTTOLENE is for sale by all grocers. JJnufcturcJ only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO. CHICAGO. ILL., and Produce Exchange, N. Y. jmsEX had it jus oir.v ir.tr. Slatilird Mclttnnn. Perhaps Fntnlly, Then SJunr. One n tVarrnnt for Ilia Arrest. Joseph 12. MeKonnn, a brother of ex-Asscm-Myman .Tnmes A. MeKonnn. is lying nt tho point of death at his homo In I'ourth street. Long Inland City, from a knlfo wound In his nbdomen Inflicted by Charles Jensen, a llre mnn In Knglno Company 1 or Long Island City. Tho stubbing was dono In thu saloon ot Michael I'. Claven. President of tho Lima Island City Hoard of Aldermen, nt Vernon and Borden avenues, nbout H oYhicI; yoMordny morning. Tho englno houso where Jensen Is stationed N In Vernon nenue, a short dis tance from Clnen's saloon. Jotisen nnd another fireman named Ilohert Mel'iiall. In uniform. weio drinking In Claven's saloon when MoKenna onloici! cvn liltw.iyto work. Ho Is said to havo twitted the two lire men about a llro they had been nt that morn ing, and hot word fit'lowed Thetw lliemen pitched into Mcltennn. who grahbed .fenen. and they fell to tho fleer together 'J he rnl-o o(thocull!edrettaerowdlntothila',...n!iiong whom wero Aldei man I l.ixen. ex-L nder Mier-lllt-hnrkoy, nnd John .Madden. They dr igged the men npail. when it wns seen tli.it Jen-en had an oren kudu in hia hand. One of tlitt spectator caught his wrist, mid Jensen iv ts tliruatntit t lie door. .Mel'hall had gatm-rod homo pool Pall", iiml wa Mating an o per tunity to throw them, win n lie. too, was I ejeetod. ' As soon ns relensed from Jensen. MeKenim ' fell Into a chair, exclaiming tint he h.id l.een stahiied. Urs. e'rov and liurnett found iv wound nbout tw incho Ion;: in JleKenni's atdonien. It was dressed, and he was tasvn home in a can. The doctois my there aio slight chances for l.ls recover!. Jensen was allowed ro ese.ine.nnd oon alter thi light lie swo'O nut warrant" lor thu finest of MeKonnn and the upeita'ors of the light, aecusingthem of aa-n-ilt. nn learning of the wannnts n mini her o the speei.ilors went he fore .lustico Kiivnnngh and g m t.nll. .No war rant was issued lor Jensen's arrest, hut tlio Coroner Ins I een notified of ?leKciimi'acnii. ditioi,. and Will pioLably tal.e .leti'-en into custody. MeKennn Is nn nnll-Cilo.ason man. nnil so Alderman Claven. The llremcn .nnprdnted through 3U)or (lleison. and nnseiiiii ntly aio I Ills suppoit-r. JlnKenna's frie'ii's -aid -tertlav that tho reason no warrant had I een l-siied Tor Jensen was tli.it liu was sheltered In tho Mayor's oillcoall day. siuinxT .r: nttoxui's it:,tin. Thrown from flif Itrar I'lntTarm rtn West Hllore 'J'rtiln al 'h,m .Ni'1. Tho rennln-. of liudulpli Suermrmdt, a student of rn'd.nrd'siul:ii.ss College .who fell j from tho rear pi it form of a Wed Shorn train ; near West 1'oir.t on Muud.iy nU'it. arrived in Dro-iklyn csterday. and the funeral will t.ikn place from the Chureli of th i Mc-siah. of which lin.ind Ills elder hroihoi-v.vre members. Thei inn natives of lloll.in !, and they eame to this country to get a husiiie-s eollege eiliicn tlon. Ho In 1 c 'ne to Xnuhurgh to .eo a hall game between the eollege iiine. Tliero was near load of Ids fell ov stndonts o'i the (inin coming down. C. W.Miller, one or the boy's le.ieheis. -aid he warned the I'ii- not to ride on tlie platierni, and when tl.ey uid no atten tion he n'ked the hiakoman Miiral times to nrikn the t oys eonie in. Th lir.ikcmiiii went to the rear platform of the last ear. where the hon weio. He hronght in a red light, mid then he locked tho do n- so that thu b'Hso'i the ilillonn couldn't get in. Mieimolidt ami Ills fienpanlotisthen Iwimn veiy nnloiisti. get In. fur the knew lh.it tho long tunnel was no' eiy far lu-low. When tlm trail turned th" .haipeiinn at i'ioiv's,it buuimondt wv.s thioiv n o.7 nnd killed. iiiciii.it ri itr.Mit nr a iionxi: Which lie Wiim Trilne In I.niil Troni lis Nt 111 In u lllirnlli Mtnlilr. rnlicemrin Thomas Miilllinu of Long Island City wns kicked to death 'byn horso ho was trying to rescue from n burning stable In I'liutlh ill eel iilmi.t '-'o'clock sesturday morn ing. Tliostahloaiel ln)rp holongod to 1'eter Johnson's gto crv, which fronts on Jackbon n!onuo and I'ourth stieet. rollcemen Jliilllgin and Wheeler snwsmoko and flames coining from Iho ctllnr. and broke open the stable door to tako out tho tin on liors.'ii. w'iMi wer plunging nhout in tludr still. s. Ai'liei let r leased one and was Jeadiui: Hour whin Mulligan tiled to enterthn adjoin ing stall. As he did so tlio horse lie wa-triiii: to leseiie planted I mil its hind feet ill .III-, stomach, knocking him buck against tho side uf th" I urn. He staggered outr tho burning bum nnd tell to the ground, Ho wm put Inn wagon and lal.i ninth" ocnni precinct atntiou liouse.whete he died an Iioiirlalor. .Mnlllgiin uns'.'T jciiibii.d and lind been nn Iho force Miieo 1U A wifu and two children Muvhohim. (lunch I'nlun la Ilrnotilin Ilel:iynl. The Congregatlotril Council, which was to havo been held In Brooklyn ycMcrdav to up provo or illnpproo of tho nctlon of tho Church of the CoMMinnt nnd thu Trinity Con grer.ntlonal Church In their plana to unite, build a new chureli. and have tho llev. J)r. Wnite. pastor of thu Church of tho Coenant. nt lis head, did not meet. Tim renuest lor the Council, uhluii c.uiKifroin Imtli ehuielies, was wlthdlMWii. uslt was tnideistonil buforehi.Iiil Hint tho Council would d nipprovo of tho pro. I mod plans 'llieoppobllloii to n strong and united ehuicli l;y thu united congregations came. It I" said from two of tho up.tnwn diuretics whose ter dory would ImtmeriMclieil upon. Neither the iiinliy imr tho Covenant congiegiitloii nt mm to abandon Its plans, hut they will porfect them bolore seeking thu ap piovul of another (.ougicgatluuiil Council. SIOOOO ror JIU rudier In Itiily. fllnromo Mollnnrl. nn old Italian peasant living nenrOcnoa, will recehoJlO.yjtl.'il from tho estate of his ion In Newark ns soon ns thu money can bo fonvatded. fieridnino Mollnnrl, tho son, died In Newark on I'eh. fi, 1H.il, leav ing Sili.lt to ht. Mleliael's Ilo'pititl, In which his last lionrs weio pasi.ed. t.im to an Italian church In f.ewari.. mid (Im rest of Ida fortune tn Ills lather. Thu existence of the father was proved by l lilted MiitiMi'o'mul I'lelcher of Ueiiea and eteiday.ludge Kimpatrlek of No win I; wnd im order lor tho iianinint. CARPET T.M. STEWART mniMivn 32s SMlnl11 "" I 'I ,W A I ll li TCLEPIIOMi: CALL 130 19. ' - irj.A yo)r nn noss joutr. Knlllrnn and ni Ao'lntc Partner la Part ('ompaay. V ll.i 1 M.tMj.Hl Tl nm. John L Sullivan, who Is plaj Ing this week nt the National Thantre. tins, us the knowing ones predicted, fallen out with his dramntlo partner, Duncan D. Harrison, nnd tho business relations betweon the two will termlnnte nt the closo of tho prosent senson, throe weeks bonce. Kulllvnn will then bo the sole proprie tor ns woll ns tho solo star of his dramatlo company. Last night tho big man explained the situation In his own graphic style, as fol lows: " l'vo beon Jol;n tho Mug long enough," ho snldi "now lam going tn bo John the Iloss. Harrison has been getting fill percent, of tho receipts when 1 might just nswoll have had tlio whom myself. 1 mimidfm as soon a wo part there will be tho usual tulk, nnd thnt It will Im said Harrison btought me out, Ac. Hnmobody liasnlwaya been gutting tho credit of bringing mo outlu something or another, so I'm used to It. I onlv wonder they don't sny somohody elsowouall my lights for mo and tliutldld nothing myself." In speaking of tlio recent proceedings taken by Hairlsoii agaln't Frank Moran. tho trcn ureruf tho coinpiny, John I Mild It was nil n mistnko on Harrison's iin.rt. and declared that It wan n trumped-up charge, and thnt tho latter wnsto hlunio and not Jforan. For par ticulars of the alTair, however, hn referred nil inquirers to Mr. Moran hlnisulf. who Is still with the company, nnd will hn with tho cham pion nct season, .ilnrnn said: "nulllvnn and Harrison ngroed ns pnrtnern to keep :fl,0()i) apiece 111 my lunula ns a guard ngnlnst any pi s-ilbto reverse or unexpected expenditure, llnirison. when in l'iltsiiurgh, having learned that Sullivan was going to dis solve thu tiattiiershlp, Hindi) preparations to jump the show and goon tn Nework, lenving us to Ilnlsli tlm 'unbon. Ho had $l,:iuu in my hands. Ho sent inn word that ho must havo SUU. I declined to glvo him that sum. hold ing him to bis contran). 1 told him I would go to tho limit, and glvo Mm SHOO. That wouldn't do, nnd In n hull hn swore out a war rant for my arrest on a chargu of embozzlo ment. "I explained tho mntter to the Judge, gavo bond and was rolcasod. Afterward Harrison, seeing tho mistake ho hnd made.sont formo nnd wanted to drop the matter. Ho was afrnid 1 would have him prosecuted for false arrest, nnd asked me to sign n paper to tho eiloct that I would neer tako any such action against him. I don't Intend to trouble myself nhout hlni. and so tho whole thing drops. HuUlvan will get sotii" capable uctor tn do tho lending ninn's work in his ne.t season's company for sny $101) a week and sa thousutids on tho deal." John L. Is nt present devoting all his surplus energy to literary woik.nnd ho appears to tako as much Interest in It as he does Inhlsdra mnllc work or the preparations for his omul ng light with Cmbutt. Ho will have Ids book of loinliii-conces on the inai ket next month. It has ijceu w rilten entirels ny himself, nnd it is n mod pretentious work, hullhan is fully nllie to the sth that siieh a unique addition to literature Is sure to nnl.e. " I'm going to hiiMi It in such shape," ho snld, ' that no ono will heaslianied to havo a copyln the host Hilary. At tin. same tlmii It will he inado In illtToieut bindings, so that tho prices: will Miry and tie within the reach of all. 1 shall send copies to 1'rchldont Harrison. Mr, lllnine. ii'nl other moniinciit men. and tlio newspajiers will all have one. so tliuttho buys i an roast It as much ns they lll.e. Anyhow. I shall Hud out how my lltninry aldllty strikes theiii. I am wil ing il all rivself, and 1 h.nu woiked in it lot of funny peitomil experience tlu.t will make It mo'o inleresilg thun if it Was entirely deoled to pugilism." In speaking or Ins eoinliu light with Cor lelt tho cli. mil ion dues not undrrrnto the ( nlifiirniaii's utility, lut feels confident of wiiipiiing him. " I don't blniiip Coroett for wanting tn miit me." In, snld. "If he makes a goo I light In. Hill ho a bigger man than hn is now: nt any ll to he has nil ti gain, lirndy ami such men aro making Cm bet t appear ildiculous in the puhli.'.s eyes by their brash talk." Milllv.i'i says lie will enter the ring nt 2C0 pounds, nnd, as ti the conditions, he thinks tliej mo In his f.ivnr. "lot Pelt won't ho nUo to in. me as long a light ns he anticipates," r.icued .Siilliv.in, "liecause wo shall light un- dee i,iuoensi,iiry I lib's, nnd he won't be aide to get out or my wny by gnlndown or iinyof tno-e tactics." s-itltiviiii Is nt jiresent spurring with Jack A si. ton at tho National 'I heat to. "im-: ii inn: r.niA" tfir.t. iri:t. Munns-r .latin IT, ntisitell nnd Ifanrfr Alii' Itn l;icmr l tie . on ilml lie. It was reported In llrool.lyn Inst night thnt Slat agor John II. Jiussell of " Tho City Hlrce torj" and Amelia Glocr, tho graceful dancer in his company, known w'dely as "tho While I'.iwn." uro to bo married in this city next void,. II has been understood that tho in I'uigoi and the dancer weio unianred, and that tliej v, mid w si this mm ing. After the eoioinoriy tiie will sail lor l.ngland to spend the Miiunicr in lr iel. Miss ilhncr Is the sister of Ida Clover, tlio wife of lb nry I-I'iev. tin comedian, anil is in her'JIst leaf. At the.ije of li -ho wns in a iliihlron's bcllet at t'ie ilotiopolitnn llpera lio i-e dm liu: Miipliooii's i.'inn'. Alierwnrd she was with Hie K.ialfisnid other spectacu li" m in.ign s, in ls.s',1 she.obed "'Jho I'lty Din i to,), ' m which her dam ing has over snu e I con n I.Mlino. Many e.e Is onslder Amelia iilo'.or Iho iiest dancer on tne meri iiinsinse. .'lr. lilissfll'h Jli t wde piocutcdil dhoieo I ,mii hlni in ii 1 hiladelphl i couit sev eial iii'Uitbs ego, alleging ili--c:ti"ii and nou Mipp.ir.. lloiiiu leiHi di leiivu. Thullrtt Mr.s. Hi.sscll was not an iietuss. To ri m ii lllc-i jlo Kurlnx Asniietiillon. Arnold. :m lit s aru !i' m ein li to furiii a Wrjrle icain ireinir HM irllth.n At llic u lirlli-iuti nt llis IC1UI roll. 1it .nt Mftleti Is.aint e i Ir.Kt Siillrdi,! r',liri'.vuiitl!fH i r 1' e ll.ir.,i !r-,. I iesi Moeiiiiioi t lilptio Cii.b W 1 i imhii u llll.lj ,i i.mimJi'i If Mil 'lll IllllltJ IVhl l' I flu ok I), mjl'l.li .o.'l 111., r, iti li U .in 1 Mhlfiic J I'lMlt hvlnin ;m I .ill I I etir'IT,.l I p 'II the in. ntniy il li.rii.m-- ,i--j i.n n si-...,ii i i.,i, flu ,tl.i Hnl.;iirii.i t.r tot. I h ti'iupiirir! ii.-K iniali. n '.. i'I'mIsI. Tin m li. , tun ii pri'm ni .n tl.i , , nt, run - Lfrt' i.n rjtturJri Ii!lleri uli. lu Milrnut i iit ri .01 uriilil'itliii. Inn ).rni.ii.i.l In Hv lie Minji'.-t tj,.for ll.lr Uhiieotliu il i!i. ii ml rr!"i t ii on ' I r in ill, r. It mh.ju.,' si th u the c nn. ie?iit nil lirlns Ihflr tiMiliM I" siiit.Mi ll onl ell mi nrlay. ln 21. s1k;iim.v. tr.n n'lii!i. on tin e, will I.,- Iitf.il, ,tml fyMbiy a nrr l.lUtfllt I ll.ill.z tllou lei lie il. IMiiiih of IIihIn mi ) It rr l trs i en, Tlie Mil Isiia Hirer AiinPMir II.sll.i: . nrlnJo- lime c' utiKiil t!.e i in nf tlm r Miniial rviritta In .1 uii is. TI. r.iP"i will N' riis. il en tin-.Nsu Vork utiii.c. ir tho !!nli r U In ', si I r..mnti ie. an I 'II jirnhHliIj B'airt from a .i.lTilnt'ii ili I, .it lii.'. - 111 Ii flrtl 1 lie 14 ura sill lu- .,,i tin- iiiit. i tine .ui'l a )i.ilr Mtr.iii'litasii!'. ihtri.i. lull . Irxtf -a viisitiy .limn la. wlili A i:,ir li' i 'I M'ci.iiir. lair'oi.oii lliHirc N,iv .irk city, I'.ntii - m 111 li nwitili'i! I" lie m li lor Imir naif 1 baijfa ion lut, rii..il,.ili , ihl n i.i-i 1 hie 11 i!iitM lu aiMllimi In ll n n tn i lual i rli'. siar.' p.n.sill ulu be tire- 1-t.Jltl I 111 JUllllllt. Ull.l I' I kill til Mlltliril. 1'itils nnil Ilnils nfSjimrtN, T' fon Inliinl relorfi rlinniplnnilnp will taVs C ii al I. II f h l iMiiii.ii Mull, llrnailsay anil ii U'lii! iitir.l ..ii May I7al.il Jl. Itiii A.-lviiti am i' s ,js l ir. .in 1 ."iS ii.iun In. AitJr.' J, U. Jnikon. sj hei'li, s,,- avt-iiui . lirinUn. 'ilio inh'oi liu tub!, iaa ricelrej at the r4ira Ontfttt r.fhi i rnl rila) t " !, him.s. M ly ll). tt Jnhntnn. the Uncll-h rham pli.n, lull st. rnnrr-im in day fur l.tifriicoi. in route r. r Alinrim. A I ita-'M ruwil ot Kimrllii inen vtr irrpnt, an. I ilir I'riui e ur Wal ninl rrlin't- de.irus s'eru on the r. oiio plittfirni .Inim-ioii win Aid to innrrnu. a nif? i iiiucttlo .N.iilniuii i lnl, Mim tm a yi'.trnl iv In ri.rr. -m - to t'lf Al llll llllihon. i ii-t s ami it AtViiat matr'i ftie l.itior ti'I ti Bin inl,liiiiatiirii nn u piiiiiKtu, s riirii ai i I". M . or at li .tiilic 4 oiiic!i .i.nl nrlrli I'tjlue.n I anil '.'ii . ior' tin. ilni or li.'l'iun Artlili'i in uihtr re n;Clli fUUhfailui '' Yiichtlna; CJossip, FrnnU Whltliev'n s'ons rnlcon i f tlie rarnn'A Vacht rinl) linn Leu liuni'hiil .met Iiciiik' fubjeclcl to a tlinrouli niirli itilliii.' TI.l' Aimlc J., a V'--fiiol i nli n catliotit. the plop rly ot lii-ot JamiK ir I lie Tn! 1. 1 1 , nrlit l 'lull, liaili.it ht..rii plmil hi I lio snttT. slo i. pilii to m ono ot tUt pi o in o I ljuait. nt litr i'Iiikk hi I. few iori.ray Tilt SiilMiiltial.liO l nllllati ini'tit Tlu'i w liot.lrili hnpnrlallt uietlliiat tho i III i lio'lr'.., 7 Ka.t ilillli le-liill I ulrrtt. I II Illsilnv nUnt.Mnv IT A llllliltur of niiirinttiiiiiiii lo tlio i ohtaiiitiiini, ioloiao4 ar, tlio ut tiiwi iiiur. ! Ill i. mi' up lor nnal iici.on, p W 11 oiilnll. an rii'lim aKtic niemlirnr tin. Pavonia Vnrht I'liili. ll i nl.i ro.l a tlmr Iropliy Mr a rcrlri. o( laruM, ii, i ii In nil i mi ti i.iln in Hit cl.it tueiily.tlitrr1 frt ami nii'lor Iho ni.i rai - .nil lalio pluieiui .lun, it an 1 llio vai oti'l nil .llinw Is. Th" i oe 1 Kill he a trlallKJlar olir or I til unit on iippfr .No iv i or!. H tj. Tlml.s-rx Vaiht I'lnlint .Ninnrk lll hn'd llieirorrn. Ill.'imilYll sulnl l) Mai J- Tlio llfel nlll liaio llm i lull linuiio nn (lie IVnriilr ItliiTHl li at) octock In Ihe lltiirtillit. all'l locei-ij tn ltd) ItliU'c, Iho folios liu j.uMiU illl lake purr in lite mdll Utjou. riiiinnitilnrn ari'iiu; Midi t i luiiiiio'lnro .loiirilaii: lo.inu, ioo i iitiiiiiiuliiru WolktLliiiiiFe, Nonon. iramin r Jlniine: t'iir.aili, rinl. ll. uvn; Miiiirlun, t'.ipt, lliilir, Liok. I'upi. Kistliiy, JjUu ri, t'.ipt Muie. 'Il.e Hr.t rerattaof tlio Coiluthian inonnultn Deft for tlto cfniMiu of IHIU viu tako pliro ort l.fircntnunt linrlioron lierorattou Pay, May J i. tin rourietieii of tne liHrrhin no t'liil li nine been exieuiiflil to tlio tlrei. Tne rriiu'lpal Intvrwt in the t rent rtiitrco In iho iieie ilinot Jl(;anterfi, ami tin re in a, ij'ilt. iencrul mi. , prunon that Coinnioilnre i-anilerrouV I'Jxlo ulllui'l In toe front. Will, nu .Murray of the l.arrlituunt t.Titt boa il'l tile ;n out rnihnit I'io'.imi. to ilepln ll I'O'iper Tne riui'leoer mitleit iltli a pa t of freinU frnc Port .1,-neiii.ii in Uiirhotniit in rbu III r'UKiU' ! llhl s lli'l-l llie fall MilHiiu lb e Ite.'.sl, lil. 'I tlni!i i n lu.li'il lu I n ili'ly tluie.allti nli iltv mine ibrniiil iii I'oii 1 .liaio .Iniin .1 lliKtliof no liirciiliiout i lure i t iiitrniu, e a n ivellv in tho flia.u' nl an l-'oit il Itisfiiin filer eiltinr iVill Sllllll l ni s ho ni i it n l Im, lio sill liultiti (I e rraft it 1 ran rn l ith! M.tj . o. fE T S-3 IS S D A Tri..,"-fr-rer,re.L",h':,.';i in iiileliriilfm watrr, relroltitu una m. UnH,cll,,nlu,r.V.,,'',I','',' r - )?.'V '? '' l'rnl!r, es.f.'aTornsr nrillilo. eir.1 "1 doiiV Hunk PoiIo.hU l.ie aur rquul ft iiurc, Hfrrceabla taati irUoleaainn tiible wrurr." JurmieballPruijcUiiauitarooer, I , . ifMumn, Ainm ajj , it t, -- When You arc. Attacked In the Woods You mny bo helpless, but whon you nro nttndied nt homo with biliousness, catarrh of tlio stomach, dyppepsln, Inactivity of tho llvor, gout, or riiotiiiintlmn, you nro not hclplcus, Tho reini'ily Is Cnrlsbnd Spt udcl .Salt. It Is nn nltorativo anil cUtnlnatlvo romody which ills-solves toilnclotis bllp.nl lays lirltatliin, nnd removes obstruction by nlillnp; nnturo, nud not liyBinlden nnd cx cessivo It rltjillon.ns most cathartics do. It Is of Rroat bono lit In temporary nud hnblt unl constipation, liver nnd kidney tllsoases, fhronlo catarrh of tho xtomnch nnil bowels, rheumatism, ami soul, Ac. nnd should bo usntl early In tlio morning, beforo brcakfnst. Wrlto for pamphlet. 1 astier it Mcndolson Co., Afrents nnil Importers of Mlnornl VVnters, f! Harclnv St.. N. Y. Hilt SUfVI.kMKXTAUT FAIR. An Attractive Show Prepared In the Mad!. on Mqnare Oarden Kentaurunl. Tho Bupplomentary fair nt which tho articles loft over from tho Actors' Kund Fair will bo dlsposod otwlll booponod nt 1! o'clock this afternoon In tho rostaurnnt of tho Madison Bauaro Oardon. Kcoros of womon who wuro nctlvcly engaged nt tho fair last woek got to work early yosterday preparing for the opon Ing. Tho nrticlofl nro to be displayed In a dozen or moro small booths, which will bo nt tended by tho womon who made tho fair a big SUCCORA. Tito Slltinlemnnlnrv fn.lt- will hn nnon overy day this week from 'J to 10,'i 1'. M. Many valuable nrtlcles am to bo disposed of. Jho most notable In tlm Cleveland diamond. n hnn thu fnlr was opened It was hellcvod that SlUKJOonodollarsubscriptlonsontho diamond would be received, and a hook for that number wnn made. Only SH.HiO was taken In. nnd yesterday the managers cut tlio book down to Jll.lKKI subscriptions, and It was decided to nwnrd tlio diamond on outurdny night, wheth er or not $10,0U) shall linsilliscriuod. Otlior prison on the subscription list nro tho por trait of Kuthryn Kidder as Jlnaahmt. byllarnor leiinliigtoti: tlio JelTerson pbicouo. rnpro sonting scenes from JofTorson's favorito plays: tho ianils XVI. iiiirror.nud the souvenir allium presented hy tho Press Clilh. Tho album will be awarded on JunoO nt Tnlinor'n Tlieatro. Among othor niticle.s aro Anderson's paint ing nf the Into V. .1. Klorenee. as well an nbout SfMXK) wortli of otlior paintings, and Iiianna. clocks, fuis, a bust of Shakospoaro, uud a bunt of Jefforson. i tri:xxY-Fuuit houses suffocated. TPree Flrrmcn Injurrd at tile Hurnlas or Iturne Ai Co.' sjtables. Twenty-four horses woro suflocatod by smoko in Isusse .VCo.'s woodyard and btable. '-"."J-'-'lIiJ West Klxty-llfth stroet. at 'J o'clock yostcrdny morning. Tho flro started In a framo building in tlio rear of tho stables, and noon threatened tho four-story tenomont ut 'J28. rollcemen Vallnw nnd O'Connor burst In tho outer door and ran shouting up the stairs. The tennnts ran Into tho struct in tholr night clothes nnd found shelter across tho way in the Consolidated (las Company's ofllco. The fireman forced tho cellar door and ton horses woro rescued, together with II vu up stairs on the second floor. All tho others, prop el t y of men who boarded them in Itusso ,V f'o.'s stable were lost. Tho frame buildings nud tho second floor of tho stable wore v. reckod. Infighting the flro from the front of the building three firemen wero injured, .lumen liynn uf Diginc 54 wan knocked nlVa ladder by nn unruly hoso and fell tn tho sidewalk with a broken arm. Tho nozzle in its fall struck dipt. Cnsgrove nf tlio same company nnd painfully cut Ills wrist. A cnll was sont In for n lioosevelt Hospital ambulance, but tho cull wasn't unswered. and Chiei (ilequol drovo r'lromnn ilyan to tho hospital. Firemnn Me Dermott of Knglno -J7 was nearly suffocated in the stable. The tenants returned to thuir npartments at fi o'clock. FLINTS HNE FURNITURE. Ftirnlttir Morfs ffnrUy kep utock on hand un til it iflln. nnJ la many are articled t?n and twenty jrars old. Wearfi coraptl'M to hae a rrpalar clcarlntf out twlrn a year to make room for tho samples of uooU in prnceiis, an In many enses wo se'l fifty to five liunrlrerl of ?apli pattern, so room must lio bad with out reenrd to cost lu reductions on old stock (not ctj old elthtr). linrgalns are ery plenty about our warerooms now, 'nur or the .maki:k" GEO. C. FLINT CO. nitMiiiKr ii.ki:ics, 104, lOO, AM) 108 WCST 14TII ST. COPY RECEIVED UNTIL 11 P. IVI. SUN UPTOWN OFFICE, 1,265 BROADWAY, NEAR 320 ST. ii.ti:hattiij'.foi.i.oi.ooffiw:h wii.i. uk t1iju same ah thumb CIIAIlGKlt AT Till! MAIN OFFICE. All American lllatrlct Mefirncer Otters AVK. A, r.3. Bl.T, 3P AND 4TI1 UTS, fcDWAUD J. II. TAMSK.N. an avk., i.Mii, ni:aii boiii hT lhiimann FltANKKU an avk.. j.Rin. k. uanz. Ill) AVh J.ICIrt II KT WTII AND 77TII RTS , 0. APT. llll AVh . hll TIlMl'KlNS MAHKfcT, 1U.1. I1TH A.ND 71 II tVT.S . TIIHM K. l AltTI.S. .'Ill AVI. ,'J Oil, II. T. II. 'Til ANP113TIISTS.. LAW. fllll AVK, I.VJ. toil. I3TIIKT. W. II. HJItDIIAM. liTII AVK. 704, IMiP.ncOS A l'n. Utilll T 173 l:AHT, y. W liUlllI.LISd. I4Tll KT . 2i l W'KsT, BOOM 2. JAMhN A. MeOINSIS. :tt. T., Jtli tAbT, H. . UUK.NMt 3D AVli, 0, OTTO OLhbN nolllhT.. S W. C0H. BROADWAV, AI.LES AD VEIL TlxIMJ AIIKSt'V. J4r.TII M'.. UJO WKST, UORGA.N'S ADVERTIHINO AUr.M'V. III.I.H'Ki:n ST. 323. JEWEWS ADVEItTISlNO Ani-.M'y JIIUVH1V. 1112. NEAR I1R00UK ST.. A. WEIOMAN. CANAI. tir.. 17. JlLll'H l!I.UMII..l(i;. Jl If-IO.N M.. 1B7. JUt.ll.'H IILIJMHCRO lilUMIi-t. 540. HKNT IIUAIIANTKf. 1 O. Clll-l illil'j AVK., 708, J. S. JKcliLV.S.S. 11UOOKI.Y.V, U I. Oil t'onrt Ml. a i i.am a ai iK, UK. j. ii. iiAvirinv. All MII! AVK. 2.r,oll, 1'HATr 4 IM iitnimii) aj, i.auo. jiuorb ajjvkrtisi.no ess ri,i,AMi'WAV" :"' M00,1B amxitnsi.NO el IIKOAUIVAV. 210, NEAR MAKCV AMI, .V. .V. OlthhNK, ,."lJ!H.s.T'!1?v.,0l",K AnvEitTKiMi KxriiAMii: CIIAnW NOOIlh, AIJtKllTlalMi j:. HXTIl's hT, 37, nROOKI.V.V AOI'ERTI.'.IMI l.iyvlHTTK AVE.. 1.110. LtWKIIN A TO. Jfl'.'-.'v A '.".)''?1'- s';A,i ItR'JAtiW AV. F. ROTIIE. MITl:lM AK. ar.a. I., uiw.mmiiiam. .Til Alt).. i40. i'HILIf J'KKT. LONG INLAND CITV, I.. I. ' u'.'?I?J'';,i,AV..;',v5 ITeleptone Call. 00 Oreenpoini). IIOnoUKN, N, J. WAKI1IXI1TON ST 101. J. UCIIHTIINRTT'tM'. WAdlll.MiroN T., 170, OTTO U. Ill ITMEVIiR. NEWARK, N, J. ACADl'.MV KT, 2J, W, B. U0III1UN, TOWN OP UNION, N. .1. BKROEK LINE AVI'., 2211, J0I1.N 11I.HT. rATi'iiorivi:, i r, M. B VANDIKhN i.i:i!AI'.l) IiriMJI.VI). futi.-3tri;. Di: ii'i.i.i:n i.Miiioi.. r.n.Tii KitiiiiuiiiKin ;,-T iru t.'iii.i, I'.iiiiirr, 71 .,rul.i mr i .iiiul ., HV.it rlics, ijrtvfltrii, tit. WATl'IIIIS. illninninle, jewflry, mi SI weekly ,ip lutlil, ilcllitrnl mi Iliti iMruirnt. t.i IIAMli: WaTL'iI CO . .175 Uru4ry, PiIiSTyo.'l"n,,on proearel promjgtlr: lawntet t BY THEllFfHAVEW: AUCTION ROOMS. 411 J38 FUTIt AV .NEAR 27TII hT. '; 1 WM. II. NORMAN. Al'ITlllNKKK. IS XOtt ON RXIIIBMIO.V. TO BK Mll.0 BV Al'OTItlX. ?X ?. iVnIiiisiliiy.Tliiir.silr.y.nnil FridaT AftcruonnH, ,jf MAT 11. IB. AND 1. AT 9 O'fl.lirK, . U TIIR VERY IMI'IJRTANT I'OIXISCTION OP ,1 fj RAHE OBJECTS OF ACT , PROP. E. 'XTALIS, ?.,!j AIITI1T OK HOMB. . igi wldrh lien liffn ronruneil tn im tur nbsnlule efei. rum- c I lTinliiir nniiiieMiiur, l.iilt Ml,, X , Xll.. nut r.t ; f i.nipiie riiniilLtf, lae.trli k. I iiktniit.. tiii'iir..n. lir ; In, I nnliifU Anni, nl.i I nri r nin fit mimiiiv. Ifio'.it i ill brire- itllitltit!), OnMrn.t hii h'iimi, rnllm .l.eill', All 1 V. S .1. wrlry Atitt-iiii ori.ntel Itnir. Mrim line rndi'ii i", i I'.otitlli,,' In Hid inmt fiilnurr li'ii.lir- tit ttli od J' Khnol, lhu iiHiiitiiori. iri.ilie mil I Tinned.!)' efieriioua I,.f I ll4i. CHCll; 'iti1 I ".IAMKW T'. WIl.Tt. Al'l TlOMir.U. iffi f TUP MAV IWEDNnSDAV). M kV II, AT 3 O'CLOCK, &I ' 1 WITIILN OUR fiLr.ihnOM. 43 l.llinitTV 8T ' KIMTIAt. K.l i: OK I'lASOi. 'jfl urRtiiiiT ri.xMjs. mh ah it i'H.mis HAiiY aitAKD Si i l'leiuie, iiti'IColiciirt llrntnl I'Utii, Hl BV ORPKIl OK TuiTt.ARnK'.T HA.NO Jji PJl inntiutnt.iiirer In the I nlteJ bteivii. &t. ' 1 J rinliue I.y ,f E ,' STEtNWAV. rlltrKIIHIMI Wl.llElt, KTRrK, HARD- "J, ' 1 1 man, braiur HuArinnn A uim, lleinee Oroe, j ' I htuiiilent, tniiitinm A Cnb.e !Y' i fl'MVER HOTl L riOIMdl.TOr.S. COTTAOKRS. AlfD '1" I ttiuse ilieirnuii nt iinrili ilni a tirtit rune lMano ehoul4 "ul ' 2 nut ttill to emlricir title fiiiifirtunity, i ' fl t. vl.ll.lllr., .riiitl....!. ''.I 1 "" " . .JAMES P. SII.O, Al'lTlONKER, lV THIS DAV (WnPNHSDAvT"MAV II, AT 11 O'CLOOK, ''? l absolute ami rujiTivl:Ar, '3 '1 AT 27 AND 20 I'l.NH HT., NEAR NASSAU. I!il BT ORDER OK FIIEM-UICK C. RTErKEN, ESIJ, .'' V'4 Aiturney mt ruuiiiellar t liir, y i if ll A CItnirK LOT OK riNE KM1L1SU rOtlRRD PHOTO- fi ii'tl iirnptin Weicr Colore, etui I nixriiilni;e, all liaiiileomely v! T trnniFil: OM I'rinte. Ktrliliine in elicets, Partfolloe ol 'y, ij Jf llnre I'lcturee. lnl hrnine. Ac &i fc (1 .1 All lis 1'. HIl.O, AtllTIU.NEEK, fy 12' On FlttDAY, V)- lil at 1 1 o'clock. iH m AT OUR ANNEX KAl.Esunnll. 27 AN02H NNK BT- M llj UIIKAT bl'H'lAl. AI,r. OF CAIU'LTS. V ! IIcIiiIIh In lime. i ill. Jamie P. hllo, Anclloiieer. 411 UberlyMU M On FRIDAV lly 13. nhniit 4 I'. SI., .111 . At Ilir Art nallri, 4'! Llherty et., it'tfj AhMAl.MlllTrllllirl: I'OIXhCTION ,1! 'tj UK Oil. I'AINIINIIM. Mi H hy onlprnf Mc.nrii. t'nmifrt Brow 'f J- lAMI.Mi 1'. nl'l.ir, At'L'llONKKlt. , .' ji ON SATl'llDAY. MAV 14. AT 11 O'CLOCK. 1 1 JS Ihe vntlrr ctejniit Kiirnlture nnil Eflecte iflrr AT 110.1 HAST l.iril HT. .JJ (hlii)lreHiit I'ark). i9 II Jlvmlli In lime. fiiJlf riOf ralC Iljt BAR nxTUtli:s.-IjirKn nnrit on nanili ordet rij'!l!3 promptly attenilet In: !uwi"t nricen AitlilEi IIUTTLIEII A HIIMI. 271 Bowery. ' fltF X" ,TOR SALE L'lirlnht liinlcr. l'jr,.hnro noirrr. ',fflp li ' VALi: MAUIIIMi I'll., Newark. K.J: MS 7 2Jsinw5 Uikc3. r I A FIRST rt.ASIno room down town for selei new ''l)i llreiiKP (...mil li-in.,.. cliniji ri'nt: miner roilM eell. u ahi! hmutli-r liu-liic Apply to I'lllLU' BOIILlCll- f'W I TEK. 22l.JrliH'iiel.. ruy. S P 1J1IIR ". M.f: I.Hiinitry at llli 11 1'oie. I. I; rare oppor- 'alfl f liinlty: irry Uriru Mimtnrr triiilo, nolnppoeltlont jA h irootl lui'alliiti, all linti'l ivurl.. rear-nn for eellin7, owner leri ' enllircil 111 otlur liaeflieiiK. A'lilierirt VtFM L .1. s. IlEKiil.N, nien Heail, U I. ';JyS ' Sitolrurtioii. "ffi3 afdesseduoItion; ill BnokVffplnr, Mriiluir. arlthnirllr, rurresponaence, ''(Kfif il Fpfllinir. steii'ijrapli), tii'ewrtlm. iirliaie iimtruo 'ffififl linii, ilnv. t'MMiliitr. n.l au!iimT. I'Ai.M.'h Itl'MNKM ;fPflfl (OLM-ijh, (( Dot. mriii r I'aiiui, up town. 107 r Jfenf u Vvrt 'Mih st . turn r Iinmilu.iy. ffffi 1F BAN.K). uiniilAlfn, nnd K-iiitarlimlnK'tinn. $5 per if,f' cciuric: rorij aii'l iIhi re. j!(. cloir. rtel. unit wm sail ifc tlancinir ihii.IiI U r tin.' kIaltc or iiiiitiFft.iviii; tultlun ) Slllf! tltnniutrh, i.r.rtlrl. mid Hrlp'.! irivntc. tatfifA'tloa -JmtV it runramet'd: ft re til irtt in.iiltftl fr-f . ; on day and evua 1 ll iii inn, nnu liiitruuients.il lHt pr!iMt. ,i 111 JDI.AN. ".- nd ni'.. rear :tHth sf- f5fflf!a JIA.N.JO I.KAICN III I.N ki?i-t i.iiVsTTaVT 'm fi I'rfllumifiry cntiri.e nt Klpr.n", 5.1 II v my method jf , perfect ii(itifl tpctdll) tieconifn.ui iniit iSfiid tnr ifi ,f rircntar. Hanni itt all priro- he ml ::v and n-i vivo hf ? Fi1 frurn nall.i rniiipioitutur ti-itfimiit Imnifiiitrlmia. i IVI liJ JOn 11. HiKMA.S. Mudlu, tliu Hch n .NnH-Urk cliy. 7 'f. M BAN.IO. Mrtndolln. Molin, Ruttar tiitrnctlon; Imliea l!I ft t-1 taiiKlit; prhatu tlirniibfh cui'rjn'. tr, ;P UcJ .hJHiKTON 1" 'Vest 2nd T. f fttt) BAN TO, iiiiit.Tr. and VihhIhIi.. -l'rlvttr "lo-inna. $? IIKMtYC. Ultll.SiiN. J.;oi.ii.tway. ratentiltvar rilS $ t ttaiijim '4aR ni BAN.IO. rnandidin. Jlir, vUw. nnd rr-"l tlnnclnu taiiKuTl 5i?ln 1 f! leHsons private, citculira malt1 J g H (; LhAK7.Ti7iTrriTAVn-Ttiti (it'ht m.dliiHt Hvtem . i(J? ti'iK'it n.rjto, mitt'iit until pr'rH,'i At!n'it nil .li Sf'lllHir Or sTKN(ti)UrilY. ,3ft tut, I'nx J'.O. Sun niKftwii ulliri', l,ii' Unia'Wny. .'Sf j V& MF.TROl'DIITW M'llOOI. or lunar rifinvi Short- filfM liiiirt and Tjiirivrlilnir. lfi.Mh nv , r.rnr 17tli nt.i SJLfMii Individnil ii'iilon il iy nrni niiir. iiel rlais Tor 'arnf1Jl writ?rhof all i-jr-Ioins. ,. Jfc Mmi.S'. lVliiLi-aL Call vfll S or u rltia. t 1 ',jl MANPOLIS' and luitjr 1eoiiK l oti by emlnint R E N!l ic.rlier at un uiiah'n rntrn Adlret ' mull 11. K. 1!., T ii linx 2.fl72.jpty. ft j ? p-rlenril editor will roncti iHipiln and apt to po- iaj f tm Mil"ii. ilin proof rfiiHiiir nnd goural nowunapcr vSO M! wirk, o tlit-r i-ex, iIhj or (..enlnif Jm m A. ll, 4 WeitlS'h t. $W& m QUflQTUlUn i,'nl fr It-ii'tr'mie .Mt-iuarto-paK ' 2 iB A. .T (IRA1IAV. Author und li.Mllir. 744 Jlroadway. v jjl Scliooljs; ami Collcarj?. "& SnOrtTllAND typrwrttlinr, lKtokWrcpinir Intruo jf M tloni ilailv and rtv-fdav 'ind Krfd.iy fTftiltiifi at ,'. ill MiW YORK Ollitnt Ml' Itl.NV PITMAN PI 1000 , ffi' 1(1 i.aiiii, jin;.iiini.; i. Ae.t.A-s.iiiit. i-rincipaL M u .nioiifl Sr;uUmies. 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