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BOUXD FOR THE COUNTRY.
FIRST TRIRl~N'E FRESH AIR FUND PARTT
STARTS THIS MORNINO.
BT. HF1.KVP HOm, IN TIIE RERKBHIRF1*. THE
PE6T.NATION OF F1FTT CHlI.TiRKN-JOHN'
F_ FAruSONS'S NOBIJ. CHARITT
The advance guard af the army of Trlbune Fresh
Air Fund children. whlch passes through the
Orand Central Station every summer on its way
to and from the country wtll bc at that plaee at
iock this morr.lng. and lf the walls of the
Old bulldmg do not ring wlth the shouts and
TTV*. FTI/L FOR T'TTTrRANC-".
latighter of children off for a kk>,1 time lt aill !?
a new specjes of FYesb Air chlld that hns made Its
- nee. Thls advance guerd ronsists of flfty
ruad for St. llfl'ti'' Home. at Curtls
Mh>i'. If any one cares to hear a vlvld
de-acrlpilon of thls Home he should be on hand
? tbla party returns. He wlll probably galn
no Idea st all of the Home so far as the locatlon
?crior grography of lt go, but hls VOCabU
n_r] f i peitallvea should recelve s-?me s-lowlng
ar.d skyrocket addltlons
The children who r.-oelve Fresh Air outlngs at
Fr. He'.m'B Home are generally unable to conrey
THE GIRI-S' HOUSE.
thelr Impreaalona >f the plaee ln words Th*y
????-. '- viati m a eoafuaed
? Uvea, and
. Air chllrl ln Its tene
mani n h*-ing a hed of
w M h c ,uld
give more i 8 H> 1
: .- h. .an ever know.
The i i f th. Home I ezcellenl It ta la
parl : th. Bt rkshlrea, tha
?nn.1 at a
me of tb. i whlch
ar* rlooi - The
OM THK FOOTBRITVJF-.
,f tA-nox and Btc kbrldf*, whlcb are cloae
* n > nv>re ben'flts than hav* b-en pro
tfded for the** ilttle -Freah Air '-hti-iren. who
?p*nr! thelr - ln tl.e tenemenrs ot a > :? I lty
Freah air. K?od, ?hl.laiHn. food lu ur.limlted
' !ean. alry. r,.oms; rest and play all
?g. and eool nlKhis for aound, I
are a few of the features whleh make St.
Helen's Hom such a coi.trast to N<w-York's
Eaat llde. The two houaes, one of whl h ls used
.- glrla and the other for the boya, are as
j..it _.- -v.1, ptam, and have beea Btted up ae
; y to sult the needa of Freah Air children.
houaes runs & brook, which j* *,
1 ., fop.tltridge, and where lt wldenw out a llttlo
t .rther on Intu a ahaliyw inlnlature pond tt affords
?port f"r tne nt*.? "_*r_ab AItb." a Bat-bot
Boat. on the surfa, e of tr.. pond
and the fun which ls oMalned fr..m tl
-med In thls bo_t l- ? : ?-? a-,
the brook ls aa clear aa cryatal. the children enioy
a bath ln lt .very day.
Wl '? -,t Bt. rleLaa'a Home la as far re
tnov. d from anythlng tuggestlve of the elty Bn<i
ot deep))' tlnged with the atrnoj.p:*iere of the coun?
try ah can be lmagine* The mmMea throu.h the
the hay rlde*, the pl nlca, the
wlth tn* country boya from the
Vlll.Ce, and th* hunts for herrl,* all mak.
thls Hom. th'- artlci- of ru.M ? PX
lB'.erV-. , taken r.f tl - ;. by a
TIMLS A5 STRONG AS ViTCH HAIEL.
corps of alx a'tendanla. of whom three are ool- I
lege mrn and the oihcr three are women arl o
have had experience ln carlng for chlldren. and I
who are generally klndergarten teachert-. lt la i
thr work of thaoe attendanta, who llve wlth tha j
chlldren. to aee that the flfty boy? and flfty glrla
have, flrat of all. a ga.od tlme. an.l in a.'diMon to
pi.?vl.llng amuaementa and gam.-a ..f all anrts thev
tak<- the atricteat care that no ehlld ahall ln any
way I.e hurt or get Into trouble. The work of the j
two houaea la done hy alx Bfetda.
St. Helen'a H'.me will krep open houa. for one i
hundred chlldren thr.nighrv.it the aummer. and '
each ehlld wlll enlov a vialt of two w.eka. Thls
BUmmer'a aeeond party of flftv rhildren for Our- ;
tlavllle Btarta to-morrow mnrr.lnir Tl la ia not the
Bral va>;ir of Mr Paraona'a charl.v. and If thla aea- l
aon reaemblea former BOBBOna, M la a gpceted,
five hundred chlldra-n wlll have had a fortnlgit of
nleaaure at St. Helena Home when next fall ia
A C K NTVW LF.nO MT. NTfi.
"FI'Tence". <V! *
"A B R.". l""rt
Ortniae D. Matv.n. Phllaalalrhla. ? 2 ISO
Prooe?d? Ot a falr heln aa Ni 141 Cllfton I_CB,
Brooklyn. by Natalie de; Klaco, ntn? yeara
Klleanor TlalMed. aaian yeara . lfl. and Marl'-n
llHllann. twelve vear. old . 2 a->
Ann I. IJvlng.tnn.. ? IB08
Ifn CharlaaT a'ook. WOOB
Collectlnn tnken at Amherai Pollare r^.irrh. Am
her-t. Maa.. parl, H. BBwell ?reaawr - 22 17
Mualcal <"lrrle of Dover. N J.. per l,enn Nrlant.
trea.ur?r . '* ftft
"A Weatern friend". liaO 00 i
"From a llttle bov. 11. E H". ~
Mra J. r?well. Brooklvn. 2R...
Weat End Praai.yterlan i'hurch Sunday ajchool, per
A J Colllae. t?a-o?r.? :;,;'"
"A. M a ' .
Mary fhapman Edrar. proeaadl of maklng pln
ru.hlon.. ? ?
Prr,ca>ed? from iawn partv by BlBTaai roung ml???_>
from Bethel. ^onn . ? 1" JJ
Jeaale and Iv,ro.riv Thomp.rwi . 1-' ""
Charter. K. Hlarln- Y'-nker.. .V . Y. 808
Mra. Ma-a-la B rSillBr.DoarflBt.Vl . '; '_>
?T I. ". * ,l0
?F W.". ' ??
"M fl B-" . looo
PreMo-jaiy aatoewladaeal. *?*'* *?
T-a|al J-ine 2?. 18W.IB.0BB rn
Tha Trlbune empleya no colleetnra. pays no
eommlsalons, orlglr.ate. and la reaponalble for no
entertalnmenta. The moat dlrect way to 'he chll?
dren from the glver ia thronch The Trlhine offi e
whl.-h everybod) rnn reach wlth 'he malla. And
th- e?aieat way tc rea-h lt ia wlth a ctaeck drawn
to 'he order of The Trlbune Fra-sh Alr Fund-the
blgger the better. and ihe more the merrler f.?r
thoae inoat ln need of mernment.
70 REFORM XEGRO CHThDREX.
CM.T.IS P HUNTWGTON PVYS LAND FOR A
MUCH-NBEDED TNST1T1TION IN VIROIN1A
Thanka to the generoalty of CotUfl P Huntlngton,
Vlrginla may b- freed from the dlsgra.e of Im
pria..nlng negTO chlldren ln ihe aame cella with
Bdull .-rlmlr.ala. It ts eatlmaied that there are
aliout three thouaand of the-ae teader llttle slnnera
ln the lalla and penltentlarlea of thnt State. where
they a?ao.Mate wlth the moat hard. ned crlmlnnla
of thelr race and generally come out much worae
than when they went ln Mr. Huntlngton haa Juat
purchaaed 1.350 acrea ln Hanovtsr County, near
Rlchmr.nd. on which he wlll have built a reforma
tory fa->r negro chlldren.
Thl? Ib not the flrat glft from Mr. Huntlngton
to the cauae- of uplifttng the colored race p,nth
Hampton nnd Tu>.kegee lnatltutef. are Indebted to
hlm for commodlous bulldlnga, where the lndus
I trlal arts are Vtodled, snd ln the new reformatory
the hoy*. wlll oe taught some us>-fnl trade. and
when aeoommodations for glrls are provided. as
; trl t-e done in the future. they wlll be instrurted
hr,w to sew. cook. wash and Iron. The amount of
frood whlch thls instltutlon ought to work on Its In
mates ls lrtralculable. There Is sald to be. etnly on*.
oth?r Instltutlon llke It In th* entlr. Soijth-that
, st Rlrmlnirham.
i The land purchar-ed hy Mr. HuntlnR'.on lies aJong
? the Pamunkey Rlver and adjolns another plot of
| about four hundred acres owned by the Reform
Th< h.-ad of thls axsociatlon Is
; J H Srnlth. of R'.chmond. a colored man. formerly
; I'nited States Mlnister to Liherla He hrou*-ht the
! opportunlty tr. Mr Hunrmgton's nottce. and Dr
? H B FYlaaell, prineipal of the Hampton lnstltute,
ahly seronded hlm Mr. Hunrlngton adopted th*)
Idea and authorized Pr Frisi-e!] io make the p'ir
chase The tltle wlll h* retalned ln Mr Huntlng
ton's name untll he ls perfer-tly sstlsfied that th?
reformatory ls b*Jng conducted and safejjuarded
Just as lt should be.
Oovernor Tyler. of Vlrglnle has glven assur
ances that r.epro mlnors wii! b* s^ntenced to the
reforma'cry ln future, and arrangement* h=,v*
bef n made to transfer a number of ?hen. who are
now "dolng tlme" ln the penltentlane* to th*
reformatory u soon a' lt is ready fr.r them. It ls
no exatrfrefatlon to say that negTO boya of ten
ard twelve yeara, ?e.nteno*d for petty thefts. llke
rohblnjr orr-hards and melor. pntche* are drafrsrlnr
th? ball sr,d chain hy day ln tbe same **an*r wlth
murderer?. and by rlght -Ifeping ln the same
eelle or shacks wlth them Thls b!ot on the eivlll
satlon of the Old Domlnlon State la llkely now to
JOHX G. MOORE'S WILL FII.ED.
NEARLT AL.L HIS BFTATF PFQfFATrTFI*> TO HIS
The wtll of John O Moore. of the firm of Moor*
A Schley. was flled for probate !n the St.rrojrate'B
offlce yesterday. Mr Moor* dl?d on June _*" He
dlvlde-s hl* entire estate among the members of his
famlly. wlth the exoeptton of certaln contlnjrent
becjuests to sei-vants and employes. There are nn
charltaM* herjuents contalred In elther the wlll or
To each of hls slsters. Flla and Vlda Moore. and
tr. hls brother. Henry B Moore, th*. taetator leaves
$10,.w.. Florenc* and J*?-*l* Oodfrey, children of
*A'llson Oodfrey. each reeetv* a slmilar amr.unt
To each servant who has be*n In the *-mpl \ of
tbe testa'ors famllv for a perlod Of flve year* or
more Mr Moore lee**e. II"" for each year they
have been ln his employ To hls brother. Harry B
Moore, tle testator leare. ln trust fOO.OOO for each
of hls daughter". They .ra to receJv* the Income
ur.tll tbey are of a-t*. and then the prlnclpal ls to
go to them abeotutely
To Ruth and Falrh Moore. dr.ughters of the tae?
tator, Mr. Moore bequeath. friOb.OOO each. abeolute
ly. The daughters are also to share equally the per?
sonal jeweiry. certaln plate, a llbrary and certaln
paintlr.gs beionglng to 'helr farl'-r The t?n
dnughl.-r- also ahare equally the property of tha
r at U'lnter Harbor. Me.. and nlso ln the
resldue of the ?sta!e.
To hls wldow, I/oulsa Hartshorr.e Moore, Mr
Moore bequeaths hls stable. horsrs, oarrlaa-e*. and
stable furnlBhlngs at No 12?) Kast Slxty-sixth-st.
B] th* terma of hls wlll Mr. Moore also ratifle* hls
marrla-,.- gift to hls wlfe of the plctures, brlcft
brac, furnlture and works -at art In the house ut
No 11 Ka"t Blxty-slxth-st Mrs Moor.- is ap?
pointed ejuardlan ol ihe children of ber husband.
Mr Moor. createe four fund. to th. terma of hls
wlll out of hls estate. One. whlch la to yleid tt.dtK)
annually. ls f..r th* betiertt of hls Msrer. Ella M.
Iloora Another, whl. h ls to yleld Jl.irO.' .nnual.y,
lr. for th* benetflt of Sarah H. Aldrlch Tr.e Otber
two of tl.-*"' each are for the l.eneflt of Wllsnn ar.d
lyoulsa GrOdfrer The wlll Ib dated Deeember 7 1- I
Grant B. Schiev. ihe lat.- partner r.f the testator;
John W. Stmpson and Thomas Thatcher are ap?
A codlcll atiached to the aill, executed In May,
revokes the appolntment of Mr Schley as an exec
utor. The teBtator explatns that he refralna from
asklng Mr Bchley to serve on account of the enor
n.oui buslness lntereats he has on hand Mr
?Moore ?p.a_B In the hlghest term* of hls partner.
By the terma of the codlcll Mr MOOM createa an
annulty of $1S0 for the beneflt of Mlllle Rhod'-* lf
Nr, l.;i Halsey-.t.. Brooklyn. The money !? made
payable monthly at 'he rate of $4o each month.
To Adonlram J. Parrltt, husband of hls aunt, of
?teubea Me., Mr Moore bequeaths H.OOO hy the
terms of the codlcll
Mr Moore, ln addltlon to hls lnterest In the Im- j
portant banklng and hrokerage house of Moore A
Bchler, of whlch he was the senl.tr member. was
larjrelv intereBted In manv enterprls.-s, railroad. I
Indi.Btrlal and banklng. and was a dlrector or offl
ter of at laaai a _o_e_- corporatl:na.
THE DAT9 PROG RA MME CAMtlED r>FT
IN SPITE r>F THE RAIV
PBCUDSMT r.WI.-.HT ANP TREfliraFNT Bt-KT
RADlaSI t.KAP THE FAfTI.TT HONO
RART PEOREER rnvrEBBEP ANP
NeW-HBVen, i'onn., June V The annuai com?
mencement of Yale I'nlveralty waa celchrafed to
day wlth due pomp and eeremony. The weather
waa dectdedly lnauap|o|<nie. rain beginning
to fall about 9:Sn a. m.. a quarter of an hour be?
fore the forming of the prnceaalon. Otherwlae
the reremonlea were carrled out accordlng to the
The featurea of the dny were the ronferrlng of
degree;. to the number of M. Includlng tbOM
awarded to the meml^-ra ot the graduatlng clBBOBB
af all departmenta of the unlveralty. and I ? ??
boeorar] .l-gr^eaa, the announcement of prtz<-< B?d
the awarda of prlzea. a.-holarahlpfl and f<ll"W
Candldatee for d?grccs were dlvhied n-im-'rlcnlly
aa followa: M I>. aeven; M. A.. thlrty-four.
I>. iJ. L . thre.-, C. F. . ..ne. II. E.. three. M ?.,
two,; Ph. D? thlrty; honorary degreea. sixteen.
The long proceaalon formed ahortly before 10
o'clock, headed by the marahal, VrottOOOt B C
Schwab. hia alda. and the Hlgh Sheriff of New
Haven County. Foiiowing w.-re th<- candi'lat.a
for the varioua degreea, all wearlng thelr gown-.
wlth the .llatingulahing hooda of the degreea Tn
unlveralty faculty came next. wlth prealdent
Dwlghl a.-.d Pres.d.nt-eleet Hadley The pro.-a
Blon cloaed wlth the graduatee of the unlvereit.
by rlaaaea. The exerclaeg were h'ld tn Hut tell
ll.morary dfgree.. were confened aB fa.llowa. Fro
feeaor Flaher, of the Theologlcel Semlnary, pte>
aa-nting the candldatea:
D. D.-The Rev. I) Stuart P'.dge New-York;
the R.-v. Oeorge A.lam Smith. Olaagow, Bcotland,
LL. D ir. ..ri. Adama, Newark, S. J . tne
Hon. John W. (Jrlgga. Attorney-Genetal of the
Unlted Btatea Frederlck J Kingabury, Water
bury. Conn.: Etnory MctTlntock, New-Yorli U.y;
profeaaor Charlea B Mlnot, Boaton; Wirkil-her
mratfa Fraaa von Rottenburg, Curator of the
Unlveralty of I'.onn, a.ermany.
M A ? Rot.ert Brooklnga. St. Loula, Mo.; Ad?
mlral Francta M Bunce. !'. 8 N. (retlred), Hart?
ford. Conn.; John R Mott, New-Tork: ''aiii.in
\v. C. Wlae, U. I N . Norfolk. Va . also tha foi?
iowing former m.-mbers. of th>- college: Tbe Rev.
John H. Th.amaa. Oxford. ohlo; li.rman Llvlng
i ataklll, N. Y., willlam A Otla, Colorado
Ph B John K. Ma.Kenzle, Chlcago.
Among the gueata on the platform wer* the Rev.
Edward D M'.rrla. '4<?; Judge Francta M. Fln.-n
I!a the Rev l>r. Hopklna. aon of Prealdenl M..rk
Hopklna; Profeaaor Whltney, of Beloll College;
Profeaaor John H Hewltt, ?, and thi Ba v. I?r.
Phlllp Moxon, Sprlngflel.l, Maaa.
The foiiowing pr./..- arere announeed: John A.
Port.r prize N. A Smyth. New-Haven. Cobden
a'lub medal--J. P. Norton. I^oa Angelee, Cal. I'"
,',,r. n aentor mathematlcal prize?A. S GhI...
Jaa k--..rivllle. F.a.
Medical Bchool IM. D.l J L Burnhnm. New
Haven; James Pullman. Talchogue, N. T.J A B.
Von Tobel. Torrlngton, <'onn a'ampbeil g.,l<l
i - UaJ J L Hnrnham. N-w-Haven. Ke-ne prize
-^1 L Burnham. New-Haven.
Plvlnitv Bcnool (Hr>ok.-i fellowahlp.?E. w.
Lyman, CummingMon, Maaa Pwna prfaea (jjenlor
cjaas)?Flral prire, H A. Jump. Alhany. N. 1 .
' prize. E E I'.iy. Minneapolla. Minn
I>..wne prlaefl Huni-.r rlaaa) Flrat pr.ze. J. B
Whltley, Bprlngfleld, Mo aeeond, prt-e. J H.
Lyman. Btapleton St;,t?-n laland
Spe. Inl two-year honora ln a.-ademl-al depart?
ment -In phlioeophy W. H. Rood. Brookfl.-M '? '
In natural aclenoe Deforeal Bnldwin. New
Have. . F J Hall Hrookviiie. Penn 0 P H H
ina. Hrooklyn N V . A H. Klrtland. Cheager.
Conn c P l.eonard, Nlantlc .'onn.. L A.
I.ynch, Olvphant. Penn ; F. H Morley. roiorado
Springa Col.; A P. Way Weetfleld. Maaa. In
pollOcal a.len.e and law H. H. Anderaon Duluth.
Minn . H. C. Andrewa. Fiahktll. N. Y.; J ? f
Blcknel! Weat . 'ummlngton. Maaa; W. E. S.
OrlBWold, Erle, P?r-,.. A B Hlll, Cheeter, Conn ;
A. 8 HamIln. Canandaignia. N. Y ; H J Nlr-hola.
Blnghamton, N Y B C Smlth, Orange. N. J;
Laurance Twefdy. Danhur\ i'onn ln hlatory?
H .' Andrewa, 1 ?lll, N T f v
Prattleboro. Vt. In England-O. W F.eld. ~*or ??
ter Mbbb.; G. D Ora-.--. Mai .'.? at.r. N, H
W." Huniphreva. a V.hof a. N V . C H. T.nker. Den
v?r. aol In anclent langnage?-J. F. Flynn. Merl
den, '"onr. : R. H. Keener. St. Joacph. Mo. In
modern lar.runirea?C. P Wagner. Putnam. .'onn.
In mathematlea-A. S C?-,le. Jackaonvlli,-. FIh.
One-vear honora?In philoaophy? c. L Parllnr
ten, Xmla i''.!r. F E. Slmmona. Chlcago. In
natural acience?W. P. Cutter. Brooklyn. N I.;
C B Ppltzer To>do. Ohlo. R C, Vanname, New
Haven. Ir. politlca! ecier.r-e- c R F-azer. Cjrn
thlar.a. ICv.. C T I.ark, Mllieraburg, Penn ; R. C.
Iyefflngwell, Tonaera, N Y : J. P Norton. Lofl
Angelea 'al . W 8 peck. Syra. uae N Y ln
hlatory?A. H Hutchlnaon. Seattle, Waaah.; C. H
Walker. Wea>t Haven. '"onn. In Kr.arllah?<' M
Ha'haway. Jr., eiiyphant. Fln.: O L \\'ard. I_nw
mn'-r. Maaa In anclent languagee-W C I^e.
Oxforrl N Y ln modern lang.agea?J A BaT,
Balley, T^x In mn?l - F c Moore. Mollne. III.;
C R Fowlee, New-Haven.
The Yale Corporatlon ha* electanl to the c]er
lral memberahip nf fhe corporatlon the Rev New
man Smyth. D. D., of thla clty. and the Rev.
Narwall M Calhoun, of Wtn?ted, Conn. Anaon
Phe'pa Stokeit. jr.. waa eleted Becretary of the
corporatlon. tn ?ur><,eed PlUf-BBUr F P Pexter
Arr'.fur.t Profeaaor Mnnr?. of the d'-partmenf of
phyaloloagy, waa advan^ert to a full profea.orahlp
Aaaiatant Profeaaor Corwln. of the Pheffleirl Bden<
ttftc School. waa advanced tc the profe^8or?hlp ->f
German. Willlam W Pattton, of Toronto. waa
made Instructor ln Semitlc languages In the col?
lege Fdwturd D Colllna waa appolnted lnstructor
ln hlatory in the college durlng the abaence of
Profe-aor G. B. Adama Olhra Pay waa ap?
polnted Inatrucrr? 'n politlca] ecoromy ln the Sh?f
fleld S.-lentlflc School durlng the abaence of Pro?
feaaor Henry W Farnam Robert W Hail waa
made aaalatant ln Mology ln th? Scle.ntiflc Scho.->l
George A Hanford waa made aaalatant ln phyalo.
A large Kath.-rlng of Yale alumnl met thla after?
noon Immedlately after the al-imnl dtnn^r hal
\,f.f.r\ aerved foiiowing the graduatlon exer -? -
Preald?n: r>w-.ght prefide. ar the Fpasech-mnk'- g,
ajrhlcl wna neii in Alumnl Ha... ano wlth hlm it
the apeakera' tahle were Prealdent-elect Hadley
and thoae who were thla mornlng honored Wltn
honnrarv lejrr^eaa Pre*ldent-e!ect lladley came ln
for a goodlv ahare of congratulatlon ln the apee-h
maklng He waa en-.h-ist-iaiir-ally cheered hy the
.-e?. of whom fully twelve hundred were
crowder) in'o the hall.
PRGREK OF U, n CONFFRRKD OM PRF_-.rr>FVT
rTT.FCT HAD-J*. <~>F TAI.F
Mldd'etown. Conn.. June _*-Tbe eommenr*m*nt
day exercl.er. of Wesl-yan I'nlversity were held ln
th* M*thodi"t Kplscopal Church here to-day Th?re
wer* sixty-four memher. of the graduatlng elaaa,
who recelved thelr dlplomaa. of whom twelv* w*re
rraaldatll Rayrr.orid pr*?Hed and bestowed
At the .-lo*.* of th* exerclses the honorary degre*
of r> I' w** crmferred on the Rev Davld O
Downev. of Hrooklyn. and also on the Rev \v-.: 11.-. m
I Ha\en oorreapondlnsr seeretary of the Am.-r|--in
Blble Boclety The honorary deg-r*e of LL. D waj,
onferre.l on Arthur T. H^dl'-y. president-el*, t of
Yale t'-lver'l'y At a m?>etlng of the trustees thls
? ,*i? w Nlcbolaon, who has h**n asso
cl.te professor of Latln and seeretary of the faculty.
was elected to a full professorshlp
Hartford, Conn., June 2* Tb* *ev*nty-thlrd com
meticement of Trlnlty <"o]]e_-? was h*ld at Parson*
Theatre to-day. and Prealdent <"?*or*r* W Pmlth an
nouneed the award of prlre. during the year as fo|
lowa Holland Pr.z- I tolarBblp, valu* pm each,
awarded to the hlirheat men In the three loweat
classts-In the class of 'ifi. Slmon L_ TomllnBnn. of
Hartford; class of '<n. F R. Sturtetanr. Hartford;
riava of *._. a. T McCook, af Hartford
Honorary d*_r?e* were conferred aa follows:
LX. D H L P/lMine, ?rtce-cbancellor of the i*nl
rerslt] l th* B. :'h. Sewanee, Tenn D r I. ?The
? i Hart. r.f the r,a*? of 'IB. late profe.por
of rr.- I_tin lang-ae* and llterature. J> I. Tne
Rev. Henry Harrison rtherlln. claas <<t 'tt, reetor of
? Church, Ellaabeth. N J.. the Rev j H
Barbour. of the class of '"_, profeeeor of llterature
and Inl n of the N.w T. .ramen; In rhe
Berkeley blvlntty Bchool Mtddletown. M A. The
f" n Hole Wlckford R I. W K ''onklln.
Hartford th- H>. B*muel H .lot.*. New-Tork Clty
the Rev Wllllam 7 dlev-Thomaa. Brooklyn. and
J. A Allen. Hartford
KXF.R'i. ,BI AT AMHKRST.
Amherst. Maaa. June _R The aeventy-et.hth
c*mmencem?nt exerclses of Amherst ('olle-e were.
held thls afternoon and the senlor clast, of eljrt,t\
four members recelved dlplomas
The degr-e of M A waa conferred aa followa:
John H. LoeeUL BTaldobOte M* . Harlan C. Vt'.w.d.
Hudson, <"'h!.., Wll.lam F. Dunn, Llneoln. Neb.;
Albert 8 Baker Pad ham; Henry N Bullard.
I'arkville, Mo ; Kverett Klmball Worceater. Burt
L York. New-Haven. Conn.. and Dwl*-ht Q, Bur
Honorary dejcreaa raere caruferred by the truste*a
as follow* LL D?Kdward Hitchonck, Amherst;
Profe**_r H B Adam* B.ltlmore D. D Tne
Kev. John luaatman. pott-vil.e. Penn , the Rev.
Bamuel Lan. La-Omli. Boetoa, and the R?n- . ??r
nallua H. Patto-.. of Bt Loula. Mo
DARTMOITTH < c.I.I.FOF.
Hanover. N. H . June _*_?At Da_-tm.>uth Colleg-,
rommenr-ement to-day the following honorary de
gree_ wer* c-nferreJ LL D -Wllllam Nathnnlel
.'ohen. New-York. the Rev. Oeorire Harrls. of
Andover, preeldent-eleet of Amherst .'olleg*.
I). D.-Tho Rev. Luclu. Hoakell Frary, of Call
fornla; the Rev. Wllllam Alfred L. Bartlett.
I^well rvtctr.r nf letters Ri-'bard Hovey, *?">,
M. A John Bsrrett. ex-l'nlted Btatea Mlnister
to Siam. the Hon Henrv White fannon. presl
.Imt ?'hase National Bank, New-York. Boyd
Rradahaw Jones. I'ntfed State* nistrlct-Attorney.
Colonel E K Artng, of the *th Massachusetts.
marshalled the commencement prrKe**|on to the
college church thls mornlng and preslded over the
HONORARY DBQIUHD- AT I'NION
Pchenertarly. June 2" ?At the commencement ex?
erclses to-day th* de?re* of I.L. IV was conferred
upon Hamilton W. Mahle, of New-York. The de
yrr''' of I,. H, D. was irlven to Professor Ira N.
Hollls, of Hnrvard FnlvorMt-.
DCORBI FOR OENERAL ANDERSON
Emmlttsbur.. Md.. June 2fv- Mount St. Marv's
CoHege, Emmlttshurir. at Its commencement to
day. conferred the honr.rarv d-gree of LL. D. on
Major-General Thomas M Anderaon, l". S. A.. mm
mandlnjr th* Department of the Likes. at Chlcago,
Oenera Anderson, who waa the flrst ln command
of the land force* al M.mi'n after Dewev's victory.
ls an alumnus of Mounl St M.-.ry's.
INIVERSITY OF VERMONT
Burllngton. Vt.. June _*..?The commencement ex
erclsev at 'he I'nlversity of Vermont w?r* held tO
dny, (ttty-four d-gree. hejng conferred. Honorary
_*_T*ea w?re ?-|v*n to I>r charl.-s Payn* Thayer. of
Tufts r.,lleK-. n Frank Stev*ns. London. Enu'and.
an.l r*hlef Justlce Ruvsell ?.. Taft. of 'he Vermont
Supreme Court, At the eorporatlon hanqiet whlch
followed nearly two hundred alumnl and gueata
ABBE I'KKlKss REYENGE.
MOTTVEI OF THK ATT.VKS IN FRANCE ON
Not a little ir.ter.--t baa i?-en arouaed tn Cathollc
clrclea here hy newa that come* from Pnrla and
I-ondon of an atta.-k upon Archblshop Ireland. of
?wt Pa>ii. Minn., now ln Bngland, on hla way home
from fhe Contlnent, wh?re he haB beern for aome
tlme. Brief ceble dlapatchea have told that the
American Ar.-hblahop haa been aasail'd ln certaln
newapepera whlle he waa ln l->ance, hut tha nature
of these attaa-ka waa no; known. Now It has been
1 that a few French Cathollc ...urnala hav
been Ihe nr.st hltter assailutits of the Archblshop.
One of theae, the "Autorttd," has declared. ailud
Ing 10 fhe Pope'a la-tt.r am Amerla-ianiam: "lf tho
Pope haa eondemned any one It la Archblshop Ire
lf.nd. who th.-refore ought 10 hold hla tongue, and
especially ln Fran.-e, where his .-ampalgn has
: - ed auch a mlserahle fallure "
Accrding to "The New Fra " a Cathollc Jo-irr. il
pub.iahed ln London and Paris. tl ?? MOSt bltter of
Ittackfl haa been traced to he Ab._ Perlea,
a Fren.-h priest now etntloned at the a~h'.."h of th>
Trinlty, ki Parla. who at one tlme we.s a profeaaor
at the Cathollc Unlveralty at \Vas.iin,,f..n, but who
waa dlamles-.I from the chalr of canin law ln th?
unlveralty In 18W t,y the Hoard of Trust.?**. "Th.>
Naw Fra" aaya that Dr. Perlea waa, at leaat in lt*
Inltlal -aga-s, "tha- inspir.r of what la popularly
kn..wn aa rhe antl-Amerlcan campalgn ln PrsB08 -
a comblr.atlon whlch for two yeara paat has sa.l
daaned the Cathollc world "
A Parla r orrespondent of "The New Fra" fur
nlshes Information atout Abbe Perlea that se.-nis
i to tndl.ate that ln hia attn.-k upon Archbiahop [re
i land and other Amerban prelates he haa be.n ac
uiate.l hy revenge. The correrpondent ta-lla that the
I mlnutea of a meetlng of the trus'^es of the Cathollc
i Fniverslty. held on Aprll 18, UM at whlch the dls
, mlsaal of Pr. peries fraim the Unlveralty was
order.-d. ahow th.it Hlahop Horatmarui declared he
j had reeeived a communlcatlon fr.>m Pr Perlea,
whi.h aald; "1 do not want any acanlal, but I
1 muat warn you that lf something Ib made agalnst
I me the country at large and the Roman competent
congregation wlll know what haa been the splrlt
of thla houae. and I wlll do that not In vlew nf a
nuar. revenge, hut for the intereata of the Church.
I hope, nevertheleaa, that nothlng auch will be
neceaaary, and that I wlll not be obllged for the
honor of my name and the defer.ee of my interests
to enter a atruggle whbh would prova dlaadvan
tageoua for several and for thr great alm we have
ln vlew ln thla Instltutlon "
'?'.mmentlng edltortally upon the corumufiicatloo
of lts Parla correapondent, "The New Era" says;
We merely publteh it as an aet of Juatice to
thoae, whether ll. Ing or i.-ad. wno bava bet-n -??
r.in.-ed almost as traltors to the .'hurch to whose
aervlcea they have devoted th.lr lives, we publiah
lt that poaterlty may know the aecret s..ur.-e of a
mr.u-mer.t whl^h. dlrected by a .erta.u aection of
Cathollca *?*? BB! American ecelealastlos, whoe.
very amtnence ahould bava protected 'hem, might
otherwis^ have proved _- ina. couniebM to fu'ure
generBilor.B aa It haa been to thOB. w:... h_i\a
watched Ita progTesa pure.y fr..m wlthout.
'I ? extra ? whlch we puhlish from the Abbe
Perles'g ietter to Bishop Horstmann. of the Cath
olli 1 niverslty at \\ aahington, was wrltten In rlBW
of the abne'e threaten^d removal from the chalr
of car.on law whl<-h he then fllled at the university.
The reaaona f.-r that removal do not coocera us.
ne know of no ot ner aave that of nconp.
aaid we may paea that hy wtth the remark that
the very Englleh in whlch hia letter la wrltten
???.gg;e-t? thal there whs abundant Justlflcatlon for
thi.- riecislon of hia aupenora. The Interest of th<
d'.cumer.t liea In thls- it provea that tha agitatlon
whi^h haa so moved the .'hurch. both ln France
and ln Amerlca, sprang from a 8<>ur,-6 contaml
nated by a purely peraonal quarrel. God fnrbid
that we ahould lm;>lv tha- Ir. d-fnmlng hla form-r
?upeiiors the Ahh* Perlea was actkig .-onsclously
an-1 fol.-lv under the most <-or.*err.pMble motlve of
peraonal revenge; but it le elear from his own word.
thal he haa sufferwl the cloud of reeentment tai
de.iken his reaaon and to bhnd him to hia own real
mot:\M<. The reader <~anr.ot fall to note the ap
p.ilin-- confualon of mlnd whlch leada the abbe to
re flrat that If he be removed the Intereata of
the '?hurch wlll requlre him to make the exposure
he threatena, and in the very next aentence thnt
hia honor will demand tt. notwlthstnnding the aean
dall whlch it muat arouee.
The abbe was remov.-d He returned to hls na
tlve countn- and there began the campaiKn whicn
for -wo yeara haa bred dlaa.-nsion among the strong
rlvan acf,ndal to the w?.ik The Papal letter
perhape the onlv trood reault whlch has
*r..m fhe Ahb* Perlea'a campalirn. ahould have
allenced the roice of the c ambatanta, and 'he
.'atho lc world haa been edlfled by the loyal'y wlth
wh.ch the American preiaten have expreaaed thelr
< ntlre adherence fo Ita worda nnd to Ita splrlt 1 he
campalgn. however. la atlll being carrled or. by the
Abbe Perlea and hla factinn We trual that the ex
trael we publtsh to-day may irtve to lt lts coup de i
THE RACE WAR IX ALABAMA.
_MQLE?T IW C*_?- n" THF TWO PFAP N'E'-.ROESV
FVRTHF.R 7RCrT-pt,F FFARFP
rirmlnaham. Ala., Jun* ** -Tne deputles have
the sltuatlon tn hand at rardlff and Blosshura-.
where the race rlot oecurred yeaterday, al.houjrh
ne-ro mlners refuse to work and contlnu* to c^rry
?irm* SherlfT O'prten says he has no rlght to dls
arm them. and wlth few ex--*pt|on* they are pre?
pared for any sort of trounl* An additional force
'f ten has been plac*d on duty for fear of an out
hreak In ?he nlcht.
A <*oroner'? Jury h*ld an Inqnest over th* bod1?s
of Bllla -und Samuels to-day The phvsldans* tesfl
mony was to the *ffecf that both neg-r.es w-r*
shot In the hark Ellls's body was pler-?d wlth
tw?nty-flve bnclcshot, and Samuels was k'1!*d wl'h
The poetmaeter at Rloashnrg testltied that shorily
h*f^r* the kllllnB h* h?ard FJIIs talkln* to a crowd
of hls romrade* In regard to a spee. h made to them
-? Sherlff. who aald that if 'he nea-r..e* would
di^arrn thej wouLd recelve pp.tect|nn Ellls told
them thls was al! a lle. and he de-lared he would
not return to work untll hls Wlnche*t*r had h?n
The jury came to a v*rdlct that th* ne*;ri,es m>-t
death at the hand* of an unknown noob or unkrvown
.. It l? sald aji.,.ng th- ne*rr.,es t.'iat tha
white men who <!ld the shootln. were secr-ted ,.n
the railroad track near the dirt road. A physiclan
teattfled that the shootln* waa done at close r_iu<
The I'oroner Just ln from Blosflburg. says lt Is
Impoaslhle to jret at the (tullty partles II
that both s!de> are BUlleit, and he predh-ts further
trouble The mines have almost cloeed down frorrt
aanl of laltorers.
\i:w LAMB 8TBAMER,
THK rt_L_NOta F.KAI'T F"R NI HT THK N"RTH
_RS MKHKiAN THANSp.ItTATliN
Chlcago. June 28 iSpecial) <"hlr-ago has another
hlg p??senger st.-Mmer. The Illlnola waa dellvered
i to th* Northern Mlchigan Transportatlon Compan)
to dav by the bullders. Bfter a succemful trlal trlp.
?h. developed a speed of tw*nt> and one-half mlles
an hour. tWO ar, 1 ..ne-half mlles over the speed
provided for In the bulldlng contract
The Illlnots ha* t>enhs for **?? papsengers. and wlll
carry no deck passengers. Her length over all ls
Z? feot. and she !b M feet deep, wlth a beam of *i
fOet a'"1 draws 12 feet of wit-r When the pas
aa-ri.er aaaeea ls ended the blg boat wlll carry j
frelght. ElKht hundred tons can be gtored tn her
h..ld Her enitlne* were hullt at the thl. ugo Shlp '
Bulldlng Company*a >ardi. and are triple *xp_n
slr.n wlth l..Wt h..r*e-t>ower
The Ililnoi- la ,,ne r.f the hejst-flnlshed l?.Htn <.ii
the laket. The maln cabln Is fltted up In curly
Mr, h snd It-hled by electrlclty Captaln Wllllam
Flnucan who began hls ?-are*r as a sailor at
< ifrdenshurr N Y . I* ln command of ihe r.ew ves
*.-: !I* _aa on the . haniplatn when she was
burned off <"harl*volx, and lt waa be who brought
th. cl.rk lo anor. ou a faoder.
flAKVAHD'S YKAR BNDBD.
CELKBRATION of THE TWO-HCNPREP-ANP
NINE HCNDREP AND El'.HTT-PIX PEOREE* 00J8
FKRRKP- I.I, P EOR APMIRAI. SAMPBON.
QBNSBAIi WOOii ANT) Jf'LES
Cnmhrldge. Maaa. .lune 2? Harvard Fnlveralty
cloi-d Ita 2*2d year to-day. wlth the jrraduatlon of
and tho conferrlng of degreea upon the membera
of the aentOT Claaa and others, the course and
honorary .lejfre^s reachlng an aifgrecate of DBfi
'"ommen.-ement day opened wlth Ider.l .lune
weather The senlors were about early, hut claaa
day In h great measure a-ndet. thelr attractlvenees.
and the s;.tatOfB devoted thelr att.-n'lori to
wat.-hing for the red-coated Lancera an.l the Oov
emor. who. accordlng ... tlme-honored .tis'om.
war>- to be pr.-sent at the ,,\,i
Governor Wolco.t. under lhe seeofl ot the I.an
cera. reached CambUdgB Juat bef.T. I_B kVelOCk,
an.l. proceeding dlrectly to th?- collaga grounda.
left hla carriage at Unlveralty Hall, where ba a ifl
cr..d hy the presldent and fellowa AmbaaaadOf
.lulea '"ambon ac-ompanled the Qovernor. _HM8I
afterward 'he proceaeloB araa fonnad to march to
Sandera Theatre, where the uaual exerctaea were
The candldatea for degre.j asse?bled at 9:.Wa. nv.
and, led by Maicolm I.onald. tha- flrat marahal of
the clRBe. proceeded to leadera Th.-atre. The
uaual llterary programme was eerrlad out. The
commencement parta were ae followa;
Plsaertatlon ln I.atln, Bdward F Alexander
Dlaqulsltlona- Robert P. Beiiowa. The Degenera
tlon of -he Mme Novel". Bdward P. a'oatlgan.
"The Natlon'fl Iievltable Puty"; Wliliam H Pb-k
Dlssert.itl.u.s tn Engllflh ? Francia C Herschey.
"Herolsm In 1898"; Henry M Rldeout, "The St
. ? \ Border"; John .; Palfrejr, "The Orowtn of
Publlc Opinlon and Its Relatlon to the I,aw of An
n. natlon"; Arthur T Helknap. "The Outlook for
The awarding of honorary degreea waa of much
mora than ordlnary Intereal aa it was gen.-rai.y
understood that Admlral BatBPftOO, Oeneral Wood
ar.d Ambaasador a'amhon WOUId be among the r.
dplenta. The announcement of the degreea proved
thnt the prevloui reporta had not been erroneoua.
Th.- honorary degreea were ^..nferr.-.i aa followa:
l.i. D ECdward Willlam Hooper, of Hoaton. ex
treaaurer of th.- university; Admlral \\ T. Hamp
aon Cnlted Btatea Navy; Kentaro Kaneko, former
member of the Japaneae Bmbaaay; Jules Cambon,
idor to th.- Cnlted Statea Oeneral
I.eonard Wood, Cnlted Btatea Army. Mllltary Gov?
ernor of Bantlago. Cuba, and Arthur T. Hadley.
prealdent-el. of rale 1'niversity.
M. A.?Bamuel Carman, of Boston, willlam
Brewater, ornlthologist. of cambridge; Profeaaor
Ira NeNon Hollla. of Cambrldge. and Dr. Wliliam
Thomaa Councllman. of Hoaton. member of Har?
vard medical faculty.
I? I> Prof-s-or Oeorge Harrls. "f Andover.
prealdent-elect of Amh.-rst College. and the Rev.
Bamuel McChord Crothera, paator <<t the First
At the Harvard l.aw 8cha>ol Aaaoclatlon a meet?
lng yeaterdaj afternoon Ambaasa.b.r .'h..ate waa
re-elected prea dent.
The foiiowing w.-re ele.ted overeeera o' Harvard
thls afternoon: G.-t.ernl Wliliam A Rin^.oft, Cam
brldge; Charlea Elloi Sorton, Cambrfc'ge; John
Rlake, Cambridge; Willlam Everett, of o, ilncjr, and
Btephen Mlnol Weld, of P*-iham.
? ? -
XEW-TORF8 FXI'ort OBAIX TBADB.
WIT-H-MUM TF1.I. THF PTVTF <"' '?f\fFTtr*F r*OM
MI3SION IV HT IT HAI t-FCHFASFD.
The New-York State romm.-roe t'ommlBslon ap?
pointed to Inquire Into the de, line of the export
trade at thls port m?t ln the room of the Board
of Managers In the Produc F.xohang* yesterday
afternoon to itsten to teatlmony. Charlea A.
Schieren presi.led. C. '<'. Shayne and Ben L.
Falrcbtld, memhera of the .-ommlsslon, were
The flrst wltness called was Yale Kneeland, a
graln merchant dolng buslness in thls clty He
stated that In 1?!>4 he thought that there was B
falllng off ln grain ,-xports from thls port. the
grai:; going to Boston and other places. Ife
thought the decrease was due to want of factllti-..
;.t -his port. as well a- to ..ther conslderatlons.
He state.l that the Produce Exchange had be^n
working for a reduction of dlffemntlala, but so far
;i. h. he thought an aholltlon of
dtfferentlal. wouhl he a food thlng for thls dty.
Henry R. Herbert, a graln broker in th* produce
Exchange, waa the next wltness He said he
had heen In the (traln hrokerage buslness for more
th.ui for'y ye.-.rs. and la at present -halrman of the
Canals .'ommi'ie* of the Fx.hange. and was also
one of the ,-ommlttee nf th- Exchange th.t aiv<>. at
*d th* abolishment of dlfferentl.l. befo.** the inter
state rommerce Commlnlon ln conneetlon with
thls particular matter le said that the Phl'.a
delphla and RaJtimore merchants favored the rail
roads against N-w-York He next spoke of the
advantas-es which Boston shlppers o;,-alt<ed In
the way of favors ln In.uranc* and stor.ge rates,
eon.UtUttng a dlfferentUl against N'ew-York.
Mr Herbert .neerted that some of the rall
roads make confldentlal rates with Boston brokers.
whlch ellmlnate the tenntnal --harges He said.
thal there ara arrang-mentu between the
railroad!- and shipowners whereby the latrer re
I tonnatr. prefer.ncea In the general eol
ume of bualneBB. as far as the graln trade Is con
; the wltneaa teatlfled th.t in his oplnlon
New-York has decllned rather than a.lvan.ed ln
recent yeara. ..?.________,___,
An hdjiurnment was taken to July ? at tne game
plaee and time. The .'ommlsslon held an ?x
ecutlve sesslon in the mornln- and de.-ided to hold
rl*. of puhlb- hearings ln Buff.lo, beglnning
luly M Al the cloae of these hearings tne rnem
ber". of tha Comml.slon will make a superfldal
study of the Erie and .'anadlan canals.
BXAMIVEB6 WAXT BOBB PAY.
f'f.MMiTTFE OM *X*HOO_l AKKt thf: fv-.ard OF Elt
i OATIOM to WCKBASE THKIR S\I_>.
iUZ- Bj*. tl.oon
The Board of F'iucatlor held Its blmonthly meet
Ing In th* Board rooms vesterday afternoon. Prest
ricnt los-ph J Uttl* jreslding PrevtOU. to th*
meetlng rh* tru.t*e. of the Normal College held a
.hofl meetll eclded on a change ln the
course of sttudy at the college The course wlll
hereafter h* flve and slx years. Instead of four as
The Commirte* on School* lntrodueed a reaolu
tlon asking tha? the salarle* of the Board of Exam
lners he ralsed from W.O.V. to f,-,,000 Commlssloner
Maxwell oppoeed the resolutlon. as dld Commls?
sloner rtsvls They sald chatges hai heen rumored
concernlng the examlners thar they wer* delaylng
th* reports on fhe ajpolntment of teacher* unnee
essarlly. and that matter should flrst be lnvestl
gated Superintendent Maxwell denled the rumor*.
bul the res-.lutlon was flnally referred back to the
commlttee on School Pyst-m to make an lnvestl
The Board authortzed the Controller to Issue eor
porate stock to the amount of -.no.nnn for the pur
r-haalng of a slte ln Park-ave., near F!fty-e|ghth-st..
for the purpose of a hall for th- Board. The bulld?
lng wtll adjoln th* new hulldlng of the Board n.ni
The ,ontroversy between Btate P ip. rinr*nd<-nt of
Bchools Charles B Sktnner and city Superintendent
Maxwell was brought up at th- me-tlng, when a
long letter from Mr Sklnner was rc&A to the mem?
bers of the Board. Mr. Sl.lnner In hls letter re
f-rred to the fallure of th- Bt Pranota Xavl.r
School to take the State examlnation ln the op
tlona! course for .-olleg-* graduat.*' c-rtlflcates.
\Ir Sk'.r.ner contlnued hy snylng: "The examlna?
tion for thls certlflvate ls flnal avtdeno* that rhe
student has prrformed th* work of the ,-ourse The
certlflcat* ls th* only *vld*nc? whi.-h can be taken
by the City iuperlntendeni _. materlal for the
? enre of tcach*ra. The City Superintendent
mnv preacrlb* .ny further examlnation he may
wlsh, bul 'he Btate re.iulP-rr.ents must flrst he cm
"Th* Clty Su;>. rlnten.l.-nt has no warrant In law
f,,r paaatnc <>n prellmlnary quallfl'-ntlons as re
qutred hy the State, .nd h- has no authorlty for an
nounclng a clty examlnati. >n which wlll tv? conald
er-1 a suhstltute for a State examlnation requlred
under the exprca. prorlBlona of th>- statut* "
Th* renoralnatlon of Jerome a CfConnoW, ot tb>
Board r,f KK.inilnera to fill hls plaee. whlch .?
j.lre* on September -a. was lald over untll the next
PBILOLOGICAL ASSOCIATIOX TO MEET.
The thlrty-flrst annual sesslon of the American
Phtiologl.-al Aaaociatlon will ba held a' New-York
t'ntver-lty, T'nlverslty H.la-hts. beglnnlng on July
6 at .1:3" p m. The presldent r.f the as*oclatl..n,
Professor Clrment M Smlth. of Harvard I'nt
reratty, wlll dellver an address on "The Amer).-an
C.dlege ln Ihe Twentl.th Century" In the central
hall of the mus. um of the new llhrarj on the same
evenlng at . 0*. l"-k The regular sesslons wlll he
held tn the same room. Ltiacb-Oa wlll b# serve,1
on July 5 fr.m 1 Vi to 8J0 p. m. Paper* w.ll he
preaented by the following college professor* W
K Clement, Idaho, J c F.ghert, )r , Columbla; H.
R Faircl.i.igh. Ialand Stanf.rl Jr.; T. D. Q.tell,
Yale, A Qudeman, P*ai K P. Harrin**;
.on North Carollna; J I'. n.rr\. Oeorpetown; '?
Hempl. Mlchlgan A V", W J ,. k-.-n ciumbia. J
I. If.r_r.n_ei Rocbeeter; C H Moore, Harvard.
j pt. .ard _ - >ur1 \\ I ah, wiib*r
' - i t. Beyroour v .1-, E .'. Bihler, N-w
York B I Wheeler. Cornell H. L YVllauu, Johnc
Hopkln*, aud J. H YVrtght. Harvard.
WAI AEFECT MARYEAXD P0UTIC8.
JAMFS A GARY. FORMER POSTMABTER
GENERAI-. RFSI'.NS HANK PRKSI
IiKN'Y BFOKBM OF for ca.n
DATK FOR GOVERNOR
Bal.lmore. June ^ .Sj.-.ial) The retirement to
day of ex-Poatmaater-''?eneral Jamea A. Gary
from the presldency r.f the citlzena* National Bank
of Halflmore. and the clrctilatlon of a report that
he may be brought forwar-J aa 8 candldate for tbe
Repuhllcin non.lnatlon for OoveiWOr ag.ilnet Oov
nrnor Lewndae, caua.-d surprlae in both flnanclal
aad pa.lltl.al Ircles Mr Gary aald .hat In reslgn
lng th- beal pr.slden.-y he waa actlng under the
advlce of hla phyalclana, aa he dld when he re
atgned aa PootBaaatar Oanerel The condltion of
hla bealtfe deman.led that he ahould he relleved of
He declined to dlscuas politlca. but hla frlenda
suy that dellcate health may alao prevent hla tak
ing actlve part In politlca. On the Inslde, however,
lt la reported tha' certaln Influen.-es at Waahlng
t..n. aa well aa ln M.irylaiid. wlll be BSaftSd ln th*
Intereat of hls nomlnatk.n for Governor. If he will
make the fljrht. It I- reportaal thaf In Admlntstra
pclea the remark .-attrlbuted to Senator Wrtl
Ington that the treatment of Adnlral Schley would
|ose the vote of Man land for McKlnley haa arouee.
some feellng agalnat the Senator and fl deslre that
there should be a change ln the chalrmanahlp of the
Should G..v.Btner Ixiwndee he renomlnated Sena?
tor Wellington. It haa been announeed. wlll be ron
tlnned aa chalrman. Mr Gary *??","r;Tn 'r^vV of
laat contest for Cnlted Btatea S.na'or In favor or
Judge Ma-<'omaa, and fh. r- ls a gr-wlna beHaf lo
pomical clrrles tha. Benator M I *?**^**jB
Lurn? thn i.adershtp of the party V. eale> M.
o r Trealden. of "he Hereld Publlshlng foinpeiir.
haa be.n ,-iected prealdenl of the Ctttoenfl Bank to
auccaed Mr. Gary.
CASTEEX CAS~F XOT TO- BE RETRIED. j
the war DBPAimanrr do_m mn r-wa*?
JUDOB WMOWTOirB DBCMOM A9
A PBBCBDBCT *
Washlngton. .lune 2* The Atlorney-General h_8
been Informed that the War Perwrtment haa de
eMed not to r-try the ,as.- ln whlrh Judge Slmon
ron of Pennevlvanla. held that the oanteen at
Camp Meade muat pay a State II. Thls llno
of action waa declded upon. flrat. becauae- lt tt thw
Intentlon to ab.indon Camp Mee4* ao that tha da
. lelon, if revers.-d. would be of no value; and. aee?
ond. becauae thls partlcilar caae ls Inherentlyj
weak. aa through the eonnlvanee of ?-' Pr|?,?
soldlera beer waa aold to clvlllana. The P*nne>l
vanla caae wlll not he regar.l-d aai a F?^__*?__2
the denartment. whlch reservos the rlght to tea?
the tsaue ln the futur-.
UCBX8B8 FOR AUTOMOBILB OPERATORS*
ORP1NAN.T5 TO BE DRAFTEP IM TIirAflO TQK
Chlcago, June 28 (Speclal).-Mayor Harrlaon to
day dlrected the Law I'epar'ment to draft ans
ordlnance requlr'.ng ..peratora of automoblleB and?
all other vehlcles propel.ed through th? p.iblla*
streets by ele.trlc or other _cechanlcal devlceB ta.
be llcensed. It ls lntended to subject the appll
.-antB to a rlgld examination and ro brlng rhe oper?
atlon of hors.-lesa .-arrlages under the snpervlslnii.
a.f the clty authorlties. The propoaed ordtnanca?
wlll be lntroluced n.-xt week. and l'a tmmedlatai
pasaage wlll b?- adv.-. !
The urgent need of munlclpal leglalatlon to gov
ern the n.w meana >f aurface tranaportaflon waa.
brought to the attentlon of the Mayor by Super?
lntendent Elllcott of the electrlca) departmeant to
day It waa shown that the number of auto
moblles m tise ln the Hty !a lncreaalng ao rapldlj"
that r.gulatlona for protectlon are neoessary. A_
number of acclden'.s ilready have occurred by rea?
aon of Incompftent opera tora.
In dlacussmg the BUbJoet Mayor Harrlson sald h*
regard- I 8 ' nobtle ordlr.nnce one of tbe moat
important regulations rcquired by the publlc eer
? tbe present rlme He beilevee the polico
recilationa of the clty ahould be changed to meet
the new condltlona. Aa nearly as poestble It Is ln?
tended to 'ollow the P-iris'plan, whlch brtnge all
v-hlcle operatlvea under the ?-ipervlelon of rhe Gov
ernmen- The eximlnatlon of motormen wlill ru.t
be prohlhltlvely te.-hnb-a . lt wlll conalBt ol! aPjV?
cal teat and lnqulry as to the appllcant Bahidt.to
..perate an automobile and bJa general knowledgo
COtJBLAB aoiso To prGET sorvn.
Washlne'on. .1 me 28. -Captaln Coghlan wlll go te?
Pu_ct Sound after sli aa t-ommandant of tho
navaJ station at Bremerton. The orlglnal order
waa susi?enda?d. owlnr to the dls. overy cf the In
abtllty of fhe Navy Pepartment to retlre Captaln
Green the presnnt romtuaniant or the st.ttion,
under the terma of tbe Feraonnel fl.-t. Havlng al?
ready made arrar.gement? to glve up hls com?
mand howev.r. a'aptaln Ore.-n arlll turn lt over to
Oaptaln aY.irhUn on August 1 and c,,rne Ea_af_
SIXTYFIYE EMPLOYE8 DISCHiROED.
A report of the Pepartment of Publlc Charltleo.
made publlc yesterday ah'.wa that \n one weelc
alxty-flve employea ln hoapltala and -.sylume were ,
diacharsed and elghty peraona were appolnted to fl'.l
vacanr-les Twenfv-thr-e were diecharged for belng
abaent wlthout leave and ten were dlacharged for
intoxlcatlon Wll'.lnm Bierman. who waa empioyed
a? nreman af the Infanta' Hoapltal, on Randail'a
Island. waa dlscharged for sleeplnar on dutjr. Jo?
seph H Rice. a fireman at the Randall a Ia.ar.d
aavlum and s-h..ols. wa? removed for tntoxlcation
and helni? ahsen' withiut leave.
FX n'STI'F 8ETX0LD8 RE ELECTED.
At the annuai meeting of tne Ba>ard of Tmstaaa?*
of Wesleyan Cntver-il'y. Mld.!l"town. Conn.. held
on Tuesday. Fx-TTustee Ceorpe G Re>noldB, '41,
of thla borough. was ele-ted presldent for tho
thlrteerth conae.-utlve tlme
CHAFTACQCA 8EAB0B HEOFXB.
Chautauqua. N Y.. June 2R ?At 10 o'clock thle.
rrornlna the rhautauqua ch:mes annoamca?<l thaj
formal openlng of the twenty flfth annuai aaaem?
bly. The npening exerdses of the day were con?
ducted hy Bishop .John EL Vlncent. Af 11 o'clock
the audltorium waa ^omfortably rllled wlth a faah
.onable audlen. e to llsten to a lecture upon "Jullet'a
Phl.oaophy." bv Mlsa M B Ford. of New-York
Thls afternoon there waa a r-oncert. followed by
readtngs by the membera of the EloCuMoniafs' Bo
r-1ety All indl'-atlons p.aint to a succeesful a-aaon.
RIG SBIPVF.\T8 OF CALIFOBXIA FRFIT.
San Franeisc. June _S--DeetdWM frult Bhlpmer.ta
are belng ruabed ro the Beal ,,ver tha Central Pa?
clflc at the rate of flfty carloada a d.y, and extra
tratns are helng mm* to accornmodate th* trafllo.
Fp to Saturday nlght the t0tal shlpments for the
season amounted to M carioa/ls of *4.<ine pound.
each. Fr^m present Indtcatlons the sea?on's busl?
ness wll amount to betnreen n.'."0 and 10,60 earload.,
?t ycai Peachea plums and
, * :>runes are the prlnctpal frult* now belng aent
to Kae'ern marke*s Prices o.ntinue flrrn. and a* a
re.su t th?- Callfornla orchardlsts are having a moat
TWO MEX 8CALDBD TO DFATH.
St l.ouls. June *S Flve men were scalded by tbe
collapse of a steam flu<- last nlght on th* rlver
st.-amer St. Paul Two of them dled on the way to
the hoepttal. It ls belteved the three Injured man
80X8 of VETEBAXtr EXCAMFMBXT BXDBB.
Fttca. N. Y . .lune *> At the encampment of the
N-w-York Stat- I-lvlslon. BoM 0- Veteran*. thia
mornlng. lt was dedded ... held the encampm.-nt
ef Upt> in Brooklyn. Maaete V". Hollloter, of Mount
Yern,?n. was elected dlvWlon presldent r.f the
I.idles' Ald Soclety, an auxillary >>rgar,ls.itlon. The
parade wns he!d thls afternoon. and the encamp?
ment closed wlth a ball Bl Muslc Hall to-nlght
William Jameson & Co_,
of Dublin. Escablished 1752.
The ortgt nal firm of the name.
Please note that they have no
connection with any other firm.
Ask for W. Jameson's " Harp
Brand " and see that you get it.