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. - THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 18, 18M ?
I THE VASSAL' SKJffillTi IIFK.
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nm Healer lee. 1'arlar la Ik ft seer Meet.
leg Tiees tor Ik etaaklaB CI see Aleae
Taleatleee eel Tfiveryr. ItM -Iv-el Tktrt,
Tha visitor to V easar will BOtlM qaleklr that
U, stirfrlvrltr ' """ senior and the eor
r,,p,indlnr:lT awed condition of tha freshmen
srsmifh msrked thera than In a mana
oile. At first It would seam that lha Plana
lines r entlrelf nt, Iterated, and that the
la of senloritr fiae lott IU charms of Indl
v duel rriil'- la anon discoverer), how
aftf, that tha privileges atill exlit aithouch of
I different nature.
Whatnar T" ara tho meit of an neper or
im.lrr e'liimm. Ton want tha entree to tha
Dtlaf larlor Thla In oien onlr to senior.
Mill T"iir hoalaaa hae not vet raaohad that
lata of advancement, alia rallaa upon tha
koipitalitr of har itnltf friends, to whom rou
tra at aw Introduced
Tha a'nlnr parlor la ona of tha crssleat
uriv lease "f tha claaa. It la a aunnr doable
room "n tha senior corridor, flttad up entlrelr
brtha seniors and with thalr taata. Hara la
tha home of aanlor claaa Ufa. Kara tha stria
tome i" cw or road, vialt. or an or mualc. aa
lha B" I ii-Baata. Other claaa mambara
mat antcrlaln tlielr mt.sts In tha, oidleee
parlors. IMl rt invita tliem Into thalr own
doom 0 in RKSioa f-onmnor-.
racaptlon rOOflli and tha KUost book Kith lla
Tin aiitorrrsi hs hcara wltnoaa to the num
bet who have enjoyed an hour In the cosejr
If rou happen In at tha right time rou are
lr.vi-.-d a an a terr.oon U-a. where two or throe
armors act as host, ssea to thereat of the claaa.
The rooms ere to small for large receptions,
and onlr ona le attempted each rear. That la
when the parlor la flret opened In the fall with
a rei-eition to the aophnmorea.
lha parlor la where the aenlora calebrate St.
Valentino's Dar. A huge recei tacle of aoma
Initeniona pnttetn hangs outside the parlor
dour nil day and receives Its load of valentines.
Nt until evening la It opened, and then when
all the seniors ara aasembled. tha missives
are distributed-poems, original and quoted,
Iruit. tlowera. enndv. and even books. One
selection Is read from each girl's supplr. and
a prize given to the recipient of tha largaat
number, I'orhape the most exciting bit of claaa
life enacted in thla parlor la the announce
ment f honor girls, those whoaa work during
tha '.-ir yeara haa stood above a certain per
cent. Tha official announcement la rusted at
tha parlor door on a March evening shortly
before the I. aster vacation, and the excite
ment of the class for tlm next hour la never
1 forgotten br the participants
At the sound of tha six o'clock gong each
evening the visitor finds in the dining hall the
next class distinction. The long line of tablea
extending down the centre of the hall ara 00
copied only hr aenlora exeept In the llrat of
tha rear, when freshmen ara quite likely to
seat themselves there by mistake The fac
ulty tarda and the senior tables always have
an unaccountable attraction for Ignorant
freshmen. No dare dlatlnctlon la followed at
tha other tat le At the. head of tho senior
line sits the claaa President, whoaa duty ja to
s. at tha clara and appoint heads for the other
senior tables. At each la'de duriug the yeara
birthday Is celebrated for each member, and
when two or three laldee along the line hap
I en ro calebrate one on the aani night, a very
pretty effect la produced. Tha tablea ara
beautifully but simplv decorated with flowers
and lights: the gifts, whleh are an oocaelonal
feature, apt ear at the hnad. which Is given to
the girl whose birthday Is celebrated: the
classmates appear in evening gowns and last
but not least, a huge llrth'Uy cake and other
delicacies And their place on the table. Tills,
perhaps, might te called n mild form of hazing,
when the other studenta pasa brtha tables
loaded with the aipetixlng dlahaa. and know
that they are " sxtres."
The visitor will also, notice In tho evening
ehapal service that the seniors have tha place
of honor directly In front of tha platform : and
later. In the lii.rs.rv, one finds a corner which
e.-msto ba devoted entirely to their uee. tha
psychology alcove, which next year, br the
change of curriculum, tha seniors must share
with tha junior.
There are many other senior privileges and
honors but they are beyond the observation of
the visitor. There la tho privilege to enter tha
office of tha Lady Principal or President ahead
af one's turn, very exasperating to a waarr
freshman who has waited thirty mlnutea and
haa a claaa tha next hour. Then there are the
-ji nsiiiSitii.1 fa.
jfjHSi ffl M
A boom o TBI atrarton manual.
privileges of the gymnasium. "n!y senlore
can take exercise at the eighth hour, and only
raalurs can have .!aiiiBrr in piece of the fancy I
oteps of clasa drill. The privilege of swim
ming oiiren week in place of gyiunselum work
! shared bv juntora aa well.
"Inn roomaaie to be choaen for the com
ing year the coming aenlor class has first
akalaa. All the su dents apartments of the
eollege are open to their eele lion with the
(-" .ai. nth.it the senior corridor he dlled This
la the third a.iuth corridor and waa originally
Isrgn enough toao 'omtnodate the entire clasa.
There la one other privilege found in each
1.1 on and that is the privilege of "two college
Pllows." members of other classes must Is
aatlsiied with one
but duties ss wall aa prlvllegea fall to tha
an, ra share The entire barge of the
Ti-arly put! cation, the I'njsarooi. ,ls In their 1
hands, and thry furnish the four reading ed
itors of the monthly publication, the I tissue ,
-" - i.j The Chairmen of the committees
Who manage the four hall playe given during
the rear by the I luiali llieaii focieiy ruuet I
aeniurs. and committees ad Inflnitum shoe.-altars
a predominance of the highest claaa
The I resident of (he students' Association and
Is I reriilei. t of the Young Women's Curietiau
Association are both seniors.
Ad the honors, however, do not luvolve a re
turn of labor It Is the seniors' much prUe I
Mlvilege lo pay huudav eveuing calls at the
Poms of ths President, where also, twelve at a
line ther are invited to take tea. At the clo-e
J I the year the President gives a breakfast to
the enure clasa The close of the rear is. of
auurse tbe time of gieat honor when seniors
re everything an I other students lose sig
Bini-aare. The "senior bowl" at the lore of
tnslr early .laminations is a celebration not
natai as its name, but full of tun. Tbe
enior vacation of two weeka follows asaprep-
aiiua for the grand tinale. the class day with
luu sod its sadnees. the comuiencemeat
ad the closing class supper, when seoioia
' seaiois no p. agar but only alumnn-.
this u naeuelcal deacriptioa of aanlor Ufa
' aasar appeared la tha I u.au io la lHJl .
Ti.. ttnjcrciaaeaa say
- v'.ai aaeoiof sbfe.salay.
" ' r i.s So's irlsil a will that eaukmsal ratals ,
i '' uur aulas srata aza aiauy.
. "sPa ra e kavsu'i oar.
M vaia we woo. iseixet-ebiea. uuerasakies ws
M a .
r r uur lr s I arc bag US
a.. "-"" i I u lail ! raw.
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a... f(l a S t lu ul ili U.rssiUS.
aaaaiaai. n, o.ituul t 11U.
oas.. ug souifliti.ae it. at, ao.J srsio
for lbs I,,.., it ,, ,
ate. ... a lluls oa lbs 'sold.
S i.hrarasl tor a . lo al.lbsss play.
ft, bs p lbs )ooi,iiMiua aa ill war.
- end a. a.bais
r Sliy Uki Slisla,
. is liaise , sbioaU airy
"i iitrs r
- sn. , ,. as a In s arojaa tuey save ftewaa
Iba Saa.cn 10 eecW'te as
a. " " a tal leak loaUvaadree
ob a.. 2t'ttm4tum. au taat ae eae arut
levi aeeniesane kaetr Usaiss
Te lha ssttanat Aaaasee.
And poeder ea tee ills that rarraay kriatra.
We must srsf" Isa In lbs rhatr
And taka antra nn ihs atesslak,
Tkea da a little nn tha travelling nnga
rb. the nndarelsaesa aay
Tnat the senior life la ptay
a wile dailea we're aietraeiee, sad witk skkne we
In' 'lla bs'anred h ths pTsaeare
And ihs pfirosss a iraasnrs
()f cslont Sunday venlBf na nsr anf est Prestdenl.
elpal Utl'IVn AHIIVT TOWI.
f'red Hoar whoaa parformaneM na a trap
ahooter ara Injeeaaantly talked about among
shooting men In New Tork. haa had a aeaaon
of unuaual brilliancy, and haa managed on
aavaral neaaalona to dim tha fame of aeveral '
of the moat eucceaaful wing shots Ha la
looked upon as of unusual promise, na much
on account of his rears as anything else. Ha
Is the youngest of tha crack ahota. and hie Im
provement In forni haa been persistant for two
rears. Ha doas not drink nnramoke. though
h Is s man ahout-town and la constantly as
sociated with man to whom amoklngand drink
ing ara practically aecond nature. Taking
the aeaaon through, he haa given eome remark
et la exhlbitiona of unsteady ahootlng. but
these have been counterbalanced br almoat
phenomenal exhibition! at critical momenta
Despltathefaot thai h's success was so notsl.le.
tha aportlng contingent la loyal to (ieorge
Work, who is aa reliable with the gun as Hr.
Itoor. 1 or aoma Inacrutahle reaaon trap shoot
ing and hoiae racing go together, and tha
pigeon shoot ceased just as tha horia-iacing
aeaaon began. The expert pigeon shots are
enthusiastic racing men, ami the interest In
Ki .eon shooting will die abruptly, now thatwa
ave reached the opening of the racing aeaaon.
The verdict of JJ'J.r.oo against tha troller
people br a lirooklrn jury for Injurlaa to a
little girl, will start up tha lawrera In thnt city
In a verr active manner. Not all the troller
accidents get Into tha papers hi- anr means.
The number of accidents whleh happen, and
whl h are never reported In the newspapers,
le so largo that tha public will pro) ably be as
tonished at the havoo which t lie trolley roads
liavo heen creating In the ranks of juvenile
I'pinklm The lawyers' ofllece are Oiled with
eases of tlilseort, one lawyer having consider
ably overone hundred In hie hands alon. A
verdict of Xf,500 tor a child which had Its
feet cut off t y a car will Inspire hope In all
these oalmanta, and have the effect ot push
ing the lawrera on to renewed actlvltr-
The sagacity of Tip (lurloi! the attempt to
poison him waa beyond queatlon. Ha waa evl
ilentlr entlrelr aware that a project to trap
him In aome war or other was on foot, though
lie mar not hara known tha particular poison
thor were trying to administer to him. A'ter
he had rejected the poisoned carrot ha awung
his head deliberately to one aide and looked at
border, his former keeper, and winked hie eve
with a knowing look, which Hnyder saya he
will never forget. At every subsequent effort
to poison him tbo big brute turned and looked
at hia keeper with the same air of knowing
Just about what was going on. but not propoa
ng to be a panr to tbe echeme. The maudlin
sympathy for Tip. which was exhibited in cer
tain quarters, was largely due to Ignornnco of
the characteristic! of the animal, which were
In no war loveable or attractive. Those who
knew the big brute best felt a great satisfac
tion when his death waa finally an accom
Anthony Comstock'e literary training has
not only Included an aoqualntanee with "Torn
Jones" and other classics, but It hae been evi
dent for manr reara to people who have been
brought Into contact with him that he never
had the advantages of an ordinary business
education. Like most Ignorant men ho la fond
of writing lettera. provided he la not troubled
With the manual part ol the labor. Hr. Com
stock diotatoa bis lettera. and ho writes them
with such fluancr and beautr that half ot tba
buainesa world of New York li acquainted with
i hlaatrle. He write! to publishers, tradeamen.
ahopkeepen. theatrical managers, and every
ona elae who happens to fall within the
focus of bis comprehensive ere who fur
nishes him with a pretext for getting
his name In the papers. These lettera ara
written on tbe showy paper of Hr. Comstock's
society, and ther are marvels of latter-day
1 nglisli. In one letter, which waa on aalngln
sheet of paper and which waa written In Hr.
( omstock a most grandiloquent style, there
were no less than seven grammatical errors.
1 and two of the sontenoes were so full of words
' of an-agotiistlc meaning that it waa ahaolute
ly Impossible to make out thasentlment which I
I tho great censor of tha morals of the Amorican
public had intended to convey. Tha police,
the re, ortur- .mid the clerks In tbe District At
torney's office, ail of whom know Mr Comatock
wall, have a good deal of fun with him pretty
much ail the year round He takes himself verr
e.-rlou-lv. Ha has a pompoua manner and a
most ferocloue aspect at times, and talks aa
though the courts In the Mtate of New York
were entirely at his bidding. It la a pet fancr
of hie that be la one of the moat expert detec
tives In the world, and tbe Central Office men
often run across the ponderous and solemn
Anthonv lurking behind trcee and doora. ad
vertising to all the peopled windows in the
neighborhood that a detoetlve a in sight. Tha
Central i iftlee men on su-ii o-casiona usuallr
beguile the time r decoying the great censor
from one end of tho town to the other on fool'a
errands or plnrin.; soma similar trick with him
while they are waiting for their pray.
i shuiiu iti.m.t.n ojtlta.
Two Mae JKefchea ei Watekee la ejavaath
A ...in- fcy T leas.
While watching a parade on Thursday night
on Heventh avanua, near Sixteenth atreat,
Jamee UeBrlde. 45 years old, who Uvea at 230
Weet Thirteenth atreet. waa attacked from
behind by a negro, Tba latter grabbed Hc
linde and attempted to ataal hla watch.
A fight followed and Jloilride would bare
vanquished hia aasallant had he not been
struck on the head with a club br another per
son, presumablr a eonfaderata of tba llrat as
sailant. HeKrlda became unennacloua He
was found In the atreet and taken borne br
lie waa so seriously Injured that he waa un
able to leave bie bed until yesterday, whan ha
lolged a complaint with tba police of tbe
Weet Twentieth atreet station It la believed
that a gang of negro roughs committed the
On tha aame evening Frank W. Hordes, a
1 ot her of lt7 Heventh avenue, who waa also
watching the parade, bad a fiM gold watch
suet, had from his pnekst by a young negro
lo. ntes he'd the fellow, however. aniT turned '
him over to tbo police. He proved to be Tom
I ee It reara old. who Uvea at 5) (irand atreei.
He admitted that he had companions who
were engaged In robbing other persons on
ail mi i i.i m i r.i,JM .ioK.
Aeaessblrssaa Mkenl'la'a Acraeallea 4 galea!
Assemblyman Jamee It. Sheffield mad a
apeaeb at a smoker" given by OooJ Govern
ment! lublll at To West loath street last night.
In the course of It he deecribed the temptation
that ouuntrr members of the Legislature bad
to aell their votea Ha aald tbe laat legisla
ture was one of tha beat Leglslatnrea that
aver aat in Albany Then he told about ona
country member who had been enabled to par
off the mortgage on hie farm by sailing hla vote:
" I ahall never forgive the men who tempt
ed him." said Mr Sheffield. "One of them
was a member of the executive committee of
one of our greatest corporations in this city "
Hr Sheffield did not mention any names.
but hs proceeded to pitch Into Corporations in
" it isn't tha poor eountrr legislators." hs
snbl. " that ara the most corrupt. It Is tha
boards of Directors of the gri al corporal lone.
'1 here la hard v a great corporation fa the city
of New ork that does not annually vote an
amount ot money to each polltl -al party to
porchaae Immunity from legislation. 1 1 alieve
that It la a damnable shame that these Hoards
of Directors should employ mea aud vote
money to tern it tbe poor country legislators.
U4ILHO.il MHOIil Of COAL.
I as Isar, tTaiarleas aad Uajdsaeharm Al
faaaasj Merloaelr ky Ike SJlrlk-.
CXAYToaJ. H. I., Mar 12 Oeaeral consterna
tion prevails along tba Haa of tba Home.
Watartowa and Ogdeaaburg Ball road, the
leased Una of the New York Central, onacoaual
of the lack of aoft coal for tbe engines, conse
quent upon ihe big etrik In the ooal region.
The New York Central baa ordered the eoal
atorad oa the Home road aeat to Albany to
keep wu Ita supply fetation agents nave been
notified to make arrangementa for purcbaslag
large quaoliuea of wood. and. if neeeeeltr re
uuiree, wood will be burned for fuel navarai
extra trains have bee a abandoned Tha num
ber of freight tralaa will also ba reduced If the
eoi'i.",ia.ia. 111. Mar U--Tha) Caleego.
HurUagtoaaadgutaer haa elmeet rua out of
coal aid U la thavsfll aoma of Ihe Ualas wlU
have to ba taken oil Many ol the OHettaee aa
A FRENCH COUNT IN JAIL
AtTKAtTB ATI mw J low on MOTB
BtDkt or tnu atljuthx
Fraaee Waaia the laeat Jhe TlHeavswae row
feraerjr, and Ita la A ee lha --reeaeae-
aet la a Mealreal Man's San see- lvet-ee
Qvkibc, May 12. A aanaattonal divorce case
la now before tha Senate at Ottawa Tha peti
tioner la Jamee St. (Ieorge Dillon. Importer
and manufacturer ngent of Montreal and
New York, who In IfsKI married a wealthy
French ladr. Maria Catherine Charlotte Adrt
enne laron. herself connected with aoma of
the oldest and most reputable Freneh famlllea
of Montreal, such aa tha Seignior de Deaujeu.
and othera The co-respondent la a scion of
one of the most dlatingulshel famlllea ot
Franca, t he Count lton Geoffrey da Vllleneuve.
who came to Canada two or three yeara ago In
financial embaraeement after having separ
ated from the Countess, and la now an Inmate
of the Wuebee jail awaiting tha Isaua of
a legal wrangle over a demand br tha
French Government for hla extradition on
a charge of forgerr. In elegant apartments
at the Hotel Florenoe. In this city, whence hla
meals are regularly sent to the Count in bis
prtion quartan, la a fashions hlr attired ladr
of moat rrepossesln arpearanee, whoaa name
appears upon the hotel register aa the t mint
ess da Illerieina.Pi hla Is the respondent In
tha divorce case now before the Canadian Sen
ate. Thai case la undefended, Ura. Dillon,
alias the Countess da Mlleneuve. offering no
objection to tha laaue of tbe dlvorca Tha
lioman Catholio Senators oppose the petition.
however, on the ground that aa both parties
ara Roman Cnthollca and their t hureh forblda
dlvorca Parliament haa no right to Interfere.
The committee to whleh tha matter waa re
ferred haa br a narrow majority rejected thla
plea, holding that tha petitioner'! legal rights
eould not be denied him br any existing rule
of hla Church, but a determined fight on thla
point will be made when the report of tbe
committee cornea up In the Senate.
Ura Dillon separated from her husband a
year or two ago, after becoming enamored ot
the Count, with whom she haa not only lived for
aeveral months at bis apartments, Notre
Dame street. Montreal, but whom sha aocom-
fianled last summer to .Murray Bay. the faah
onable Sb Lawrence watering place, to the
great scandal of the habit ur-a of the place.
The Imprisonment of the Count le the result
of a demand for hia extradition on the part ot
the Government of France. The French Con-aul-Ueneral
here made tha necessary affidavit
before Judge Chativaau. submitting tha acta
of accusation aent him br his Government,
from which It would appear that De V llieneuve
forged hlswlfe'a name In France to notea for
several hundreds of thousands of francs. Then I
followed hla atreat In Montreal, whence he was !
brought tofjuebec. accompanied by Sire. Mllon. I
and thrown Into jail The Counteee de Vll
leneuve. like her probable successor, la ex
ceedingly wealthy. De Vllleneuve himself haa
a reaaonable Income, but haa Impaired It t.y I
extravagani-e. He contenda that the Jewish ,
brokers In Paris who cashed tha Incriminating
notes knew them to be forgeries, but thought ,
them all the better seourltr en that account,
and he himself expected to have heen a' in lo
meet them at maturltr. but waa disappointed
partly lacauae moet of the money waa retained
aa commission by the shylocks who mrniahed
It. The prisoner haa aecured aasur
ancas by cable from both hla own solicitor In
France and from the solicitor of the Coonteea I
that the amount of the forged notes has been I
paid br his friends, and now pretends that
there la no rateon f-r for his extradition. It
remains to be seen, however, how far thla
view may prevail with the Government.
The t o'lht hue been Interviewed in the
frli-on. an I bitterly complaina of his treatment
here. Most unbecoming and discourteous,
he declares. Is the treatment accorded him
an ex-offlcer of the French army, a hnlglit of
the I ei;lon of Honor, and an ex attach.', of an
embaasy. He Is extremely humiliated at being .
compelled to Bleep in the common dormitory
with ordinary prisoners. He also complaina.
to uae hia own worda. tnat while the most vul
gar criminals have the right br the prison
rules to receive anr callers whatever twice a I
week, be hirn-elf le deprived br theauttiorl
I ties of ths pleasure of receiving one for whom
, he had the greatest attachment, and whom It
Is his Intention to roak" the tountess de VII-
irneuve aa soon aa certain naceaaarr legal
formalities have been com piled with.
As soon as ha galna hla liberty the Count
Intends to settle In Ituaaia. where he aaya he
baa many frlenda In Mgn position among
othera tha Duke da Montebello. For the pur
poae of whlling away his prison hours the
Count Is amusing himself by writing satirical
notea on hla prison experiences, and about tha
varloua offlolala and othere with whom ha haa
been brought Into contact. F.verything points
to the probability that tha prisoner will shortly
be sent haok und r police escort to f ranee,
wbltber Hr. Dillon will accompany him.
l.tOO CUILDKBN rACCI.ATL
From 1 tVelaek asm ft TkarCaaae. sad Ma -
krrrr Hlrret Was (.'reseda l.
The Health Department had Ita handa full
yesterday. In fact, fuller than it haa ever had
before at any one tlma In consequence about
.''' -ti ot tba juvenile population of thla city
had their arma full of vneclno vlrua It was
as much aa Dr. Dotr and hla aaalstanta could
do to cope with tbe hundreds of children who
ware brought to be Inoculated.
Aa early aa 7 o'elock in the morning tha
throng of mothers began congregating. There
ware children of all agea, both aexee. and aev
eral nationalities, home were In baby car
riages, the moet In arma. and manr afoot,
with handa clutching their mothers' gowns.
For the moat part tbe women were barehead
ed, and nearly all waredreesed to tha extent of
their wardrobea Tha Italian mothers were
readily dlstlngutshsd by the glaring colore
and contrasts, praaentad by their ahawla and
Aa tha day grew older tha crowd waa aug
mented, until about 300 persona, man, wo
men, and children, lined the weat side of Mul
berrr street, between Houston and Hleecker
atreeta One or two policemen of the Sanitary
h. mad walked about, keeping an eye on the
crowd. When the bureau of Contagloua Die
eaaea waa opened the pushing, scrambling,
and sweltering began.
A clerk waa stationed oa tba step-, of the
building, note book in hand, to reoord tha date,
tbe name of the child, ita age and addrvas. and
whether It had ever been vaccinated before.
'I lie work of the Bureau went on swimmingly
until about in iu o'clock, when the crowd was
at ita maximum Tbe street waa crowded, and
along the weat side, hugging tbe railings and
the sldea of tha buildings a perspiring, fan
ning line swayed aud jammed and chatted In a
b. ill doen tongues, l.oumtsuian Ualsh and
four poiloemen had to uae foroe to maintain
order, it waa nooefaary that only a certaiu ,
number ba admitted ate tlma to tha vac. i-
Along the curbing vendera of fruit and i
candy took up position The moment a ohild
caught eight of the delicacies It would howi
aud stretch out its handa In their direction.
'1 iiis would eat off tba adjacent youngsters.
and no and of jumping up and duwu
or patting would subdue the children
Then a few pennies would be raked
from a deep dreaa pocket and the
baby stuffed with t ananas or candy Tha
crowd waa steadily increasing, and it became
evident that tha bureau could not accomplish
Its work at that rate, so l'realdent Wilson or
dered on an additional eorpa of vaccinatora
Then Dr. Dotr went out Into the etreet with
Drs Harrison and Tyler to do tbe vaccinating
lo the open air Tha aaslstante established
themselves in front of Police Headquarters
and there another line waa formed. This
laeted nearly three houra
Mothers prepared their children for the op
eration br Larlog their lelt arms, so ne of the
UiOtbers undressed the little ones from the
waist up. Tills the children seemed to enjoy.
end they clocked and chuckled Incessantly
Then came tho Doctor, hie sharp needle and i
Ins vaccine point and tbe acene at the other
end of the line was not so quiet
1 ach child had a I right red enut on Its arm
and a. .ob mother held a acreamlng young one
that refused to be comforted In apite of the
banana or caudy Daly carriages were lined
up la front of Police ileadquartere four deep.
In the vaccinating room of the I'.ureau Ore. j
I'urcell. Peddle. I-lveruiore. and Dooler were
esiPusrae beee. 1 l.e floor waa littered with
needlca and vaccine quills, aa a freah one of
each ie used oa everr ebild. Some of the
youaatatan behaved verr well but moet of .
them scrsamed like Indiana, 1 he vaccinating
continued until 5 o'clock. The children came
ol only from thia city but Irom lirooklrn.
several towns oa I-ong Island, and in New
Jereey From last Monday until yeeterday
morning 1.107 had been vaccinated.
relies tsee'l atsUeve sayea atarllah.
Police Captain Mania of tha Veraoa aveaue
atatioa la breokli a puta llttla eredeaee In the
story told br haul tiarllek of l.OUO Uroedwer.
Brooklyn, that he waa aaaaulted and thaa
robbed aad the piece eat oa Ire by an unknown
man on Friday afternoon. The Captain sent a
special ispori of the eeee to Inspector Mae
Keller yesterday la which he said that ea ex
aiaauen of beuL who la lei yeara aid. did aat
ahow any marks of violence Tbe Captain
rloeee hla report witii tha state meat mat ba
doea eot believe that Msl aaaauM eg robbery
nit. wcmmkt mnrum wo balibbvht.
The taataesa Atlas ea -- sTi miitinaa
Bapaeid la Ita Tree Teaeen.
To twi Ennvrn of Twi Bok . la the la
me of rour paper on Friday. May 4 laat, a syn
opsis Is given of Lord Salisbury's speech de
livered tha dar before In Trowbridge, Eng
land, and with the head lire Tha Tory
Statesman's nmmente on Irish-Americana"
I have allowed eeveral dan to pan with tha
hope that soma "Irish-American," better fit
ted for tbe purpose, would anawer these state
ments As no ona hai undertaken to do so. I
feel, from my position In connection with Irish
affairs In this country, and coniequently In
closer relations with thalrlsh leaden than aay
one else, that It li my duty not to let these
charges bass unchallenged
Thla la aa old trick of Lord Salisbury In tha
exhibit of special pleading, a want of fairness
and even of truth when dealing with men and
meaaures with which he may differ. So far
a regards himself I eomlder that tha truth In
relation to Irish affairs, however clearly
ahown. would be of little value because, with
Its acceptance, hla political Importance and
that of hla confrciea Would be lost
As Praaideat of the Irish National Federa
tion of America I have had themeana of know
ing full well the viewa generally held br the
people of Irish birth and descent In this coun
try, and thla to an extent which could not be
appreciated by any one not familiar with the
Fly belief Is that Ihe Irish people aa a whole
can be fully conciliated and. In our day. may
prosper and live In unltr aa part of the llritlah
amplra The onlr difficulty na regards anr
portion of the Irish people would be from a
small olaas of men who have been goaded to
deaparatlon by an overwhelming sense of
England's Injustice to Ireland in tha past and
who are la utter deapalr of aver receiving any
reasonable consideration of their juat claims
from Englishmen. These men have not ret
had tha opportunity of realizing t hat the I ng
land of tha future may be governed by new
men and by men of fair and liberal Ideas. In
the pnst the acta of juat such man aa Lord
Salisbury hava driven the Irish people to
deede of deaparatlon and. In our dar. to place
no trust In Kngland'a promises. Hut to gain
tha and of which I am most hopeful It is nec
aasarr that the English Government should
recognize the urgent necesaitr for granting,
within tba near future, to tha Irish people the
management of their own affaire, with a fair
representation In an Imperial Parliament.
It la onlr natural that many reara muat
elapse, even under the most favorable circum
stances, before the memory of the paat five or
alx bundred yeara of Kngliah misrule In Ire
land can be obliterated. Tlma alone can aolten
the impress n made by the knowledge of the
fact that scarcely ten yeara at anytime haa
passed In all these eenturles without the Irish
people finding themselves compelled to rise
up In arms against some still more tyrannical
act passed tor thelrgrenter oppression or hu
miliation. The countless number of lives
whleh were thus Inst, the numbers which were
expatriated, and the Incalculable misery en
tailed made aa little lmpreeaton on the I nglisb
people na tha broad sweep of the t Ian tin waa
able to change, during the eatne period, the
atony olids on the west coaat of thin afflicted
Yet with all thia experience of the paat an 1
with a aurpr sing common -sense view of the
preseut situation, the Irirh peoplo are willing
to-day It Is believed, to accept in good faith
from the Hritlsh Government the Home Hole
bill aa paased by the House of t ommona It
will be received by the thinking portion
of the Irish race as the only and aa
tho last means existing for preserving
their nationality, the Irlah language, lit
erature, and traditions. I. very sensible man
will concede that It Is the wildest species of
speculation to legislate torn condition which
mar never arise: the future must take care of
Itself. I state without fear of being challenged
that It will reat on the good faith of the j-.ng-llsh
people towartl their neighbors in Ireland
whether the future between them wlil be one
of weakness and brute for e. aa In the past, or
exist aa a bond of atrangth In mutual interest
and good feeling.
There has been no Interference on tha part
of the people of thla eountrr, nor any wish to
dictate in the slightest degree tothnse abroad,
who havo bad charge of Irish allalra. Not a
single suggestion even has been made, t my
knowledge, beyond pointing out the absolute
p. cesslty for ineurin. success to the efforts of
the Federation, that tne leaders should be
united, and that the will of the majority ahould
fovern. Aa an organization the mernbere of
he Federation bave acted atrlctlyaa Amer
icans with Irlah armpathiee, and hava work
ed with the majority of tbe National party,
through Its membeis In I arllament. to collect
funds for meeting, aa far aa possible, the ex
penaee in the cause of home rule. But the
terms and the mode of passing the measure
have been left throughout, without question,
to the Irish leaders. The assertion made by
Lord Salisbury thetthe Irish political leaders
In till- country are likely to Interfere herea'ter
and help to govern Ireland In the future ia ab
bolote.y absurd and without tha slightest
foundation even for the suspicion It is our
business to collect money and It is natural,
therefore, that we should form our judgments
from thai standpoint. In all truth, then. I
make the etatement that If the amount of
money contributed lo the cause of home rule
by any Individual political leader la to be ac
cepted aa an Indication of the Interest taken
In Irish affaire there will be no cause to fear
a single lrlah-American politician in thla
Accordlngto my observation, also, tha accu
mulation of wealth among those who become
the most prosperous, and the seeking for the
advantagea to be gained by it aul aequently.
reduces their Interest in Irish a flairs, to a nul
lity. Without a single exception, in my ex
perience. It haa proved to have been the case
that the mora an Irish leader. Democrat or
Kepiihlican. haa become identified with
American polltlca the leaa Interest baa be
seemed to show in thosa of hla native land.
So that tbe danger is not great to "our Ulster
brethren " of being " given to slavery In order
to please the triangle in Chicago or Tammany
bosses In New ,ork."
W hat an effort the conception of thla fear
muat have been even for the Imaginative and
fertile brain of Lord balisburr.
The fact la that the interest In Irlah affalra
has been kept alive in this country chiefly by
the laboring men. the trades people, and by
the mem here of ttie different learned profea
sions, and in only two or three Instances hava
tbey some from any other calling, while tha
rule haa heen. almost without exception, that
the means of nil have beeu more or less lim
ited. Certainly these men are not titled aa
Lord Salisbury claims, to unsettle Ilrltlen
commerce. Nor Is it true, as be charges,
"they would command all your trade routea
and macaco all your ports."
It would be well that I ngland ahould realize
tbe fact that a great moral Influence haa been
temporarily exerted by the men in tha coun
try who have favored the home rule measure,
and she ahould apply this for har own good
and use the opportunity to render restitution
for the past. The 'rh mis whom Lord falls
burr claims to have In tbie country have been
as indifferent to Irlsii matters as if ther were
in 1 uglao 1 in the lory parly where they be
long, and they need no " conciliation " In their
hatred for the Irish teople. which they hold In
Common with him. Put pui licopiuion in le
vor of home rule has kept the peace an 1 has
held In che.k thrnjguoui ibis eountrr tun
rvetlese. the impulsive and almost irresponsi
ble eplrlte who have felt aa uncompromising
In mood to Ibis Influence aa toward the liritiah
Government Itself, let the check haa been
Irresistible, and the knowledge of tne exist
ence of this condition in America haa done
ui ore to keep the peace for aome yeara past In
Ireland than a 1 the troops and constabulary
fmces Great Prllniu could command. It y t
remains to be seen I' the majority of the Kng
lleh people will gissp the opportunity, for on
tola turn may reat even the luture exietenceof
both England and Ireland
If we can judge from tbe history of the past,
and we hava no right to lase a supposition as
to the future on any other ground, tbe fear
exireesed br lord Salisbury of religious In
tolerance by the Catholic majority le equally
al aurd and Is scarcely worthy of considera
tion. Not a single authentic inetance of intol
erance on the part of the Catholbaof Ireland
duiiug the pe-t two hundred yeara can be
cited while it can be eaai.y shown that all the
religious ilisturt snes durln.; tide perb.il has
dire tly or Indirectly emanated from tbe
i irengemen- This order wns llrst formed with
a spoil of Intolerance aa the essence of its
organization, and aitboul it Ibis body would
I eve long since ceased to exist as a disturb
ing element in the country. In tlm south and
neat, or alhoilc portions of Ireland, where in
Papulation tbe irop.Tt.on has been inoueully
in ro tiian four to one. there has been no
trouble Thefatbohca have tarn even more
than tolerant, have fully trusted (heir Piot
eetuut neighbors with the management of
their privet a Tab a and have universally
placed m.re of them in office br their v- tea
then they have those of tbelr own belief.
In so-calied "Protestant lister." where in
Iruth. the i atholica form nearly half the popu
iiiou. and are equally as proeperoue uader
be aame advantages. I would ask if a single
instance can be given of a practical Catholic
bowerer well flttad. having beee elected to an
ol.ee of trust br an Orange oonatttuenert I
uae lha term 'Proieetant" elmplr ea used
abroad in contradistinction to " Catholic "
Ilut I deem it as a great lujuslb a to claaa Ilia
majority of the people termed Protestants lib
tbe Orangemen. Those leuiilier with tl e pest
history of Ireland know that tbe greater por
tion ot her leaders have not ekes t alhollca.
iiod lueay of the Irueet and beet friends to lbs
u Uresis of the co jntry at large have not been
denuded with that faith The only enemies
to Ireland's future peace aad proaperity aie
the Oraagemea. whoee eele purp.ee la exlat
eae la t bread diaveord under the cloak ot re
lialoa: with tbaae the laaaa ui the Pryt sal sate
vf Uaiaad have more la seas so, aa tbaa have
the Oathallea. I do not believe that aayeihaH.
table and fair-minded man In IrelanrTet outwf
It. hae the slightest fear that the Catholje In
the future with tha fullest menanre or home
role will ever Interfere with the Orangemen.
All know, a wall aa the Orangeman them
snlvse, that, from the moment the Irish people
have the management of their own affalra,
the Orange organization, aa aa element of dis
cord will have already outlived Its ttsefnlneea
tolti Tory friends In Fngland. and mult at
once beaeme Insignificant There are manr
true Irishmen who are not Catholics who be
lieve that these people came into the country
nrlglnellr for no creditable purpose, have
lived alnceaa so many parasites on It. and have
never heen and never will be Identified with
the prosperity of the country at large.
Throwing aside al sentiment, and simply
looking to the best good of Ireland In her con
nection with eirrumetancea existing to day.
and over which ahe Is powerless to evert anr
control, I sincerely believe that her condition
Is beat aa a part of the llritlah empire: far
preferable. Indeed, to the accepting of her In
dependence In her present state, even if it
were freely tendered by F.nglan t.
Tine-. Anma vtwr-T M. D
Prealdent of the Iriah National Federation
Mar la 1804.
MSB MTABtlSOT MAT M4HHT.
A Diverse la Oae Prereejalelie Her sta t la
Mnrhle Rrlnce aaoo.
It waa rumored laat evening among the
atrical folk that Radla Martinot Is engaged
to be married to Max Figtnas. an actor who
la playing at tha Germanla Theatre.
Mr. I'lgman la going to he Mln
Msrtlnot's manager and landing man.
Miss Martinot la at present tha wife of Fred
Stlnson. Julia Marlown'stmanagcr. Ther have
not lived together for ten yeara. Sha la aulng
for divorce, and expects to get one within
a month. She said laat night that, until
then, It would be improper for her
to talk about the aubjeot nf a new alliance.
Her Irian is sar that she will be married to
llginan aa soon aa ehe Is divorced from Min
ion Mlsa Martinot had another eager cr -wd of
buyers at Krelser's auction rooms In Kant
Twenty-eighth street yesterday, to secure
samples of personal effects which ahe la part
ing with in the interests of art or mntrimonr.
Sheets, pillow cases, and table I nen were tha
npenln feature of the lay's sale. There as
nothing ao line atn-ng them aa he aheet that
brought a, ii the day before, out there were
aoma tnat brought 2ti r so. with tne pll ntr
c -sea -n-. at . A inummr olotii, tab's cloth.
and alx napkins ta mat brought $lt.". and a
lunch n'oth nn three nnpklnn sold for S-'H.
Altogether ihe linen broug t about J "on
Mr. Maresl of tlramercy I'srk was a new
hurer. He got Miss Ms'tlnot's Dutch Inlaid
hall clock for Jll.'i. her flltoenth century w
ru7l vases for .i. each, and a plena of Marie
Antolnette'a bedroom tlraperr fuf $'(.
Hadle'enwn lust Inlmnrble. by Andreonl of
Home, went to H. A. Freeman for$2(iu.
James i.rnhnm. a dealer, bought lot .')''.
twelve choice i hioere Dresden bouillon cups
and saucers, for tl' hi. These are aald to have
been a present to the Duke ot Plsu from the
Emperor of all the llusslae,
J. C burgess was again a buyer. He got
among other things Mlsa Martlmot'e mnrquit
terle writing desk, lot 4lf. for S7: and lot
f3l4. n royal Sevrea vaae. with a panel by
Uarchand. for 1151,
The aale for the three days has produced
shout J. 1. 1. in si. and tbe gowna. furs, laces, and
jewels are yet to go.
Many ladles visited the rooms yesterday to
see Sadie's jewelry, which Is to lie sold to-morrow,
it waa diaplared in a caaa borrowed
fr-in Sypher. '1 here are not auch a great
number of pieces, but there Is n na that does
1 not sparkle with diamonds. Every on" agree
that the tilings would lirlmr bigger prices it
1 u. e names of the donors want with them, but
they will bave to aell upou tneir merits Hy all
I odd - the handsomest piece to be offered is a i
I spray of silver flowers more than alx Inch.. .
long. Every leaf and blossom tramldeaon Ita
atem. and each glitters with diamonds.
Then there Is a pair nf tortoise shell opera
glasses, studded with diamonds, and fortnnsiy I
who want big ge-ue a pslr of eight-carat soli
taire e. in rigs and a five-carat atone In a ring,
eomha. pins, pendants, bracelets, and many
other dalntr thtugs are in tbe collection
oni.r six viMii.wv QVALirr.
Tsaaeaaar W II lealall the Olhere l.alei A
Nicer aUread Heekeas To He Ckosen.
Only alx or the thirteen Sachems of the
Tammany Society recently elected presented
themselves for Installation at tha meeting of
that order last night Ther ware Cerporntlon
Counael Clark. Police Juat ices Martin and
Fultner, President Cram of tha Dock Hoard.
ex-Sheriff Gorman, and John McUuade.
Chief among tbe eeveu absentees waa Rich
ard Croker. who haa declared hia intention not
to qualify aa a sachem. The othera who failed
to appear for Installation ware Congressman
W. BourkeCockran. Hugh J. Grant. Dr. Charlee
F. slmmona. County Clerk Hknrv D. I'urror.
I ..li . Justice Welde. and Prealdent George 11
Met lellan of the Hoard of Aldermeu.
Jusi.ca Welde waa reunited to be ID. and
Col. Met 'lellan Is in i.urope. All of tha
ahaenteee with tha exception of ir. Croker
will. It la supposed, he Installed at the regular
meeting of tne aociety to be held the llrat Mon
day of June. Even Congreaaman Cockran,
who failed toquallfv laat our, is expected to
be regularly Inducteq into office then
The fact that tlve society had I eon running
for a year without the traditional thirteen aa
chema. througli Ihe failure of Congressman
( ockran to qualify, leaked out for the first
time last night.
The other officers Installed were Secretary
John II Met inldrl k. Treasurer Peter I'. Meyer,
Sagamore William li. loi be, and Wlaklnkie
Daniel M. I'onegau.
A meeting of tho Sachems will bo held next
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock to arrauge -for
the annual Fourth of July celebration. Aa
It requires the presence of nine Saohema to
elect a Grand Sachem, a Father of the Council,
and a Scribe, it la not expected that those
pa es will he filled till after the June meeting
of the aociety.
Mayor Gtlroy la tha present Grand Sachem
and prealded at the meeting laat night. He la
expected to be tbe leader of the political Tam
many, and aa It la against precedent for the
Grand Sachem to be also tba poll: leal leader.
It Is not considered probable that he will be
continued In the office aa he was laat year
through a failure to choose hia successor.
JD irr Is All Right, He ye Mr. Ktee.
To tm Fprron of Tn IvJV Stri A num
ber of sensational reports have appeared In
tha newepapera to the general effect that Mr.
Henry E. Dixer wilt be prevented from con
I tinulng hia performances of "Adonis" at
I I'almer'a Theatre because of private differ
ences with hla wife reaaooa which concern
only- the parties themeelves. I wish to contra
dict these reporte absolutely. Wliateverdiffer
ences have arisen hava been settled upon ati
Smicable basis. Mr. Dlxey'a performances
ave not 1 e.-n interfered with for an Instant,
Dor will they be. I aa his manager, think It
only f.'ir thvt thla ahould he known, aa a eor.-trirv-
impression might eaallr become general
and injure not only hia present great success.
but the business Interests of yours truly.
lino n. n E. IticB.
I'ii.rii' Thiatie. Hay 12. ISO.
Furelca Niele- of Keel lalrreat.
There srs sreordisr ts lha Istaat registration. 4. alia,.
1 1 - vol. o lii 1 i.tf sua pad Haas. eBasavIe ll ncollBed,
and 77 W1 In Irelaad.
bin e Is made bis d lit ss s publle Iretursr tare
waasaase. wti.ii na spoke la Paris on -hsrna latta, '
tba pious beruine of bis la i set novct ' Lour.taa "
Tblrty elisas ware oaturaiiasd la Ureal Hi itala dur
iug last luuslb tna of liisss waa a euisaa of ihe
fulled Slates, aixlssa from lassie, saves from Usr
aaaer . and leu fruui lialy.
Tbe Liverpool elsvaied elsrirle railroad, along ibe
baa of docks, beabeoa attended lo Hearortb The r.ad
la sow six mlloa Inag. il ta la tttrj reaped ssrceaafut
Tbe Care Is (ear eeutt Iblrd elase sail sis reals Oral
fcUiperor William of Uarraear Is honsrsry I'oionsl s
Cblel eg 1 vaoty-aevea regiuieota t aolillera. hold ng
lliai raak lu most of lbs fcurousss aruilea llisuii.l
lary wardrobe is of eaurmoua also
Msi ft. a woman are bstag dspoaed front service as
teachers ia tha pubi.o sebeois ef tbe Aua'ra.lao c, our
or V ciorla Under a sew law wLan s wouiaa merrist
She in .el resign bar p.aes. Tba lusIB daaiga of lbs
cbssga Is to give advsatage le a! ogle w.rueu.
Tbe Preach navy estimates just issued onioaat le
17 7 issi ooo fr.ucs. ea lucrsese lo.ouo.uoo francs
ever teal year rive aid.ioa (reuse are abetted lot IBs
but ding and aruismaot ut sew ships
As lulorueileoel shoe and Leather Ishibutee. where
everylbisg periaiuiag le 'he staking e( bouts aud
shoes u tbewn. Is bavlag a great sueoeas al Ihe lore
Agilcuhurei Ua.L. Leaden.
There U mutiny la lbs saivauae Army la Kag. and.
Il bos brwseu uui us several districts, aad a uuu.uar e(
o Hears aud Soldiers bave beau asp lied (rem the Army
eadsr orders (rem beadiisortara Tbe cblet ceuiree ol
tba outlay are at kuaSesd sad t'saioerwaii At toe
lA.ier place ever ibuny omeers aad tueu bare beea ti
seUaa. lecladieg ike beadaasea eergeeais. aad a me
cream ei the ceres," seme ot w..em base bees eeid.era
la IBs Army aiuie IIS eelaUiubuacul. twelve years or
Be uses Tbe .esse el lee rauttay aaann so ee the
?oia. tout lust, al appall le o( haedviuariars"
Tbe everags 01. y pealai dauvery of eu relerakerale
but sts.il XU0.0UO tellers eell cards, uewaaapArs.
aad geaeral atsU maliar. Ik largest delivery ef u
y res- ueuallr by al heeler, aad la accaeteaed br tee
pracme of esadiag las.er cerda I ail easier euadey
ever eou.uuu le.ir Ac . were delivered la lbs any.
Tksg are ekoai lot ago lore guar rseteeet la tee
PsgsrtaKsat af tea iiai, ruses a greet ajar lay tea.
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A Fall Alteadaaea if the Lradrrs at Ike
I.rvgnysrynu Mar 1'2. The annual Convention
of the Irish National Ieagne of Great Urltaln
was oiieneil here this morning. Mr. T. V.
O'Connor. M. P.. President of the league, pre
sided. There was a full attendance nf the
leaders of thelrlsli party, amoni tbm Mesrs
I John Dillon. M. V ; Timothy ef, llealr. M K ;
i Arthur O'Conior. M. P.I 'I'lir.othr U Still, van.
M. P. , Thomas J. Condon. M. P . and othera of
1 leaser note. The report of tho Treasurer was
read, showing that tha Inoome of the
league for the past year bad been
aS,nlcTs Other reports were alio read and
addresses were made advlaing the Irish ; arty
to maintain a close and constant alliance with
the Liberals. Inasmuch as the llritlah masses
had maintained an unswerving lldr-lliy to the
principle of homo rule for Ireland. In the,
course of the discussion aeveral dolegatee
alluded to the apathy of aome of the branchea
i of the league, and urged Hum to greater
; actlvltr in the cause. One of the delegates re-
fi'rred to Arthur O'Connor aa having been
driven out of the party through the squabble!
over tba control of the Vccniuri's .oiiriKi'.
Delegate (JulDn. on behalf of tha (i!a-gow
branch, moved to rescind the rule compelling
Irishmen to vote for LILeral carulldatea In
municipal elections, and allow them to vote
for I abor or other candldatci. The Chairman.
Mr. T. P. O'Connor, aald that would beenulva
lent to a eeverance of the Irlah from tho 1 lry
eral party. The delegatee from Olasgow. 1M
Inburgh. and several other cities opposed tho
motion and It waa loot br a large majority.
Delegate Sullivan ot Bradford moved a
resolution that the Constitution condemn the
dlsseneions In the Irlah paillamentary party,
which are tha greatest obataclaa to the cause
of home rule.
A number of brnnchca presented similar
resolutions, but one braneh of Liverpool
olTered a resolution which declared ti at fnc
tionism was preferable to bosaistu. and that it
would rather be ruled br L'edmond and Har
rington than hy Dillon and fllrlen. Tbe read
ing of tha resolution was Interrupted several
times by protesta
Delegate Dunn of Hermondser said the mi
nority had a right to guard against the In
trigue of the majority with the I'arnellites.
After a onu del ate. In which Timothy lleaiy,
John Dillon, and n dozen othera took part, the
Convention paased a compromise resolution.
The delegates expressed in this resolution
their regret that dissensions had divided the
merabora of tbe league, and reoomtnende 1
thnt all dlfTlcultloa bo rattled within the
league's counclle. whoso rleclslona the mern
bere ahould accept loyally and finally. Tho
Convention resolved also to appeal to the Irlah
people to discourage public controvert as in-
jurloue to the national movement T. 1".
O'Connor was reelected l'realdont.
llolge Out Nn Hop- for Mrs, Mareilek.
Lovnns. May 12. Home Heeretnrr Asqulth
haa iioHitivi.lv refused to order the release of
Mrs. Maybrick. who la serving a life aentence
In Woking prison for murdering hyrhusband.
or even to reopen her case for the purpoao of
Introdaclng new evidence. Mr. Aequlth haa
personally refused to examine the signers of
aeven affidavits attesting their personal knowl
edge th.it Mr. Marhrl -k waa addicted to tha
uae of morphine and arsenic. The signers of
these affidavits will attempt to raise the quea
tloa in i'arllamant.
Tile Cs-vrrwlttVs II erring-.
Bt. PrrrRSBUito. May 12. It la reported that
the marriage of the Prlnceea Alix of lieaia to
tha Crarc witch will take place on Nov. 10. Tha
Czarewltch will accompany the Czarina on her
iourner to the Caucasus to see the Orand
Juke Ueorge. who baa long been ailing.
Nnlee aTForelga 11 ipgaa legs.
Code messages are now accepted for Brazil.
Murray tirant. a wealthy Scotch land owner,
began ault against his wife in the Edinburgh
courts yesterday for an abaoltite divorce, on
account of ber alleged adultery with Viscount '
While the llritlah war shin Galatea was firing
a erilute to the tiarmau Beet In the Klrth of
I ortli tMs mo nlng tlm instructor of gunnery
waa killed and a aaaiuan was seriously injured
by the premature discbarge of ona of tho alilp'i
MAIilNIt It in I tot.tt g,
vieiiwaB sLSsSAC vers aav.
Isa rises ... 4 47 I Sub aau. ... 7 0j Msea seta. 1M
Ktia wsrts tsii ear.
Sandvllooi. 1 AO Oov. Islasd. 2 JO Msll uals .. sail
Arrived S.viraeav. Mar IX
Fa I'arl. Rtndlr. Snathaniptoa.
hi i a.iipania, lialusa. ; .1-. i,.i ,,ws.
hs liuilcn lerguson. St. I. una.
Us Ardanrorr tan. Head t'lsafaegoe
r. toy. ii.i,l 1 1'isasua.
Ss 1 1 111 : 10 l"ci.. ... lb...
a Halifax, kin Hostou.
, tsilaier arrivals ess first ragi
hs Lursnla freav New York, at gueaaelewa
Be 1 .. ! . ib-iuna. fr.'iu lew Turk, at llai-iBnrg.
kin nit. froiu N-w v,irb. at 1'n ilsad.
h. -ii.i:.Dei.iis.. fruin New lerk. al Hamburg.
Is Naoaar. fruia Nsvr Vork, al Naples,
ra i ir.gni. fruia ,vel urk. al fare.
He Nuaee. fruiu Ne- lurt. si o ,stoa.
s Cuttr. from Nsw Turk fnr l.'veri.osi. oif Klaaaia
Bs aVealerulead. from saw Yu-s fur Aulwerp. pasted
a. kUrece, fruia Leita for New Yurk. parsed Lewis
hs hi nitserl, from I'aisniio for Naw York, patted
e iJaiunin. from Maw Yerk fur Liverpool, eg kintal.
11111. rsne 1. ... .. om
a Chaster, froiu heutbeiur-lon for hew Tork.
he La Tuursins. from II. iv r. fur New Y.rk.
es Nrilaiiioe. f r-,iu Naples for Naw Yors
he 1 hyiibii 1 tr.ui aatwsra far hew Yurk.
hs A 'a rroro. Msn.olst fur Maw Yerfc.
a Brooklyn ' uy from Ssrsussa for Nsw York,
hs ha -IB", frees dtne.de f.ir Now York
Bs I- si. I.inr fr 111 hlu.i Is leg Naw Y.rk
BeBlale uf Nobrasta froiu oUsg.iw tor Naw York.
Be Uerrus. tr.ui gie Jaiisire fur Nsa York.
lalLsi. rsi i.'.i-i'i- s.isri.
le Rl ajar from Kew 1 rleans for Naw York
Is Our! la frees v .mil ,1 11 1 fee N.e Yerk.
hs 11. r, 1 til VY.oler. lien .1. .1 u fog New yerk.
I liuysttilulle. fruai Weil fuiuk lev. fur hew York.
rail Tli wwree.
gills (''usa rsassf. gell.
eaitnoii. mar.sston mr a
Soil feseali. mm "
Bjsm Irenes IIUUA.M. )Pi
llevellus I v: uai.ib.c . 13 lor U
Cur ufUlruiiugl aw. aavaa
IMsaTMa 1 .. '.
I .. re. eg.
Jdaalieba. Loudea May 1
i.i.alus. Ulbrallor ... a .11 2-1
kri nprlea F. Wnssisa s. re April ja
Ishrsi.sus ..... Havre May I
llr.aasia. UlaayjeW, We .1
licumead lilli LeBduii Airllie
froaueis .... 'act... a .11. a s 11
onauao . IsruiuJe. Mario
giu o rands Iruu.ens May lu
Xste sevaeae Hag ;.
mealaad. Antwerp. May I
lui .. Hvr May 1
!Buui k.'i'rr.lAiu May 3
Tearie Uviriauei u a
Alter etrauieu. May 6
frluga i.aviui Msy lo
Cl.ui is Cai-.u May 7
Alv.ua FerlUuiea. May 7 ,
Circled Cinda! Uisi.s l.r li I
City ef li.-Biiagaeay aevtua Mar II
. ... Nia Urlsaus May .
Dm rwa-rvu. gsw 11
lerwsglsu Ulasgow Ma; I
Mas . 11 ..kwABaea. -. May a
lnlesv,r ilikralrar AurilaO
AduueilaM kisaatus - kUy 10
ke.ua i..eelB My m
Klerks tar lew Oclsaas May e
Vsskve.de. Ate JC
Leaa arsaaaa May a
Orltaba Haaa My II
KoUerdaa. May t
ParssatAd Ira ia May a
rkllidalidni Ltuaarra. May 1
Asaa rsaeeajjje. Mo. IT
iryiAW.-::::a,!i.- ::Ba t
Rlli-d lo In P natfer Her skni.
rmii. Mar 1? The police thla morning ar
rested a youth about IH years of age on suspi
cion of having; mirdered the young girl whoa
mangled body was found In her perfumer
shop v. steiilnr morning 1 pon being qnea
tinned gt the pollen station Ihe yiuitif man
confessed tha murder He said he did not
khnvT the gir , and had do other m .in e In kill
ing her thnu to rob her nf her valuables and
plunder the shop.
Drink, Pretty Creature, Drink!
At tha " Riverside." tha largest and flneetSoda
I'm titnln In the world. A study in tin yx aad
silver embowered in growing palms.
While alnklnf rmir thirst with one of tha
delicious now I rappee, i nut bmashes, and
" Kaj.id Transit" Ambrosias served at HW
I K I-ll under the command of the finest Roda
. Valor expert In the world, take a look around
and make a note nf the fact that you ran bur ail
1 your I'rugs, Medicines. Doctors' Prescription!,
lliilvi er Honda. Surgical Appliances Trussee,
1 lastlnStocklngs. Toilet Ke'iuialtei. I'erfumea.
Ac, at a clean savlug uf IU cents on every dr-
I II AV.. (ORNTR lt1T.
It -..-, I ,iflc-
Mt. J PARKKK IV. v MAS nn F HH MBIT
ChiionodUt nd Mtnlirt pm-nrMt IO nl 12 fcAUT
MPHT.. '' T "Ok'tu: Mndlton S.( mr I'lr, 4 flour
rruiu l'rll ill II- iv. I i,i,r.t ad I pnniiiirri.ii-nir-ni-i,
t.-Tatiur Ac Kc a MM m cli I r ft billU 1WIK
No ttlfp' hniilrl h- wMli if . feast, t
Mt SM.i. KT-i .iNUMSTTRA HITTERS. th toatR
Atncricnii ;( ttirr ami IttTigorKtor.
P 1Mp Il - it. 0 lornn K i . h
nntiii'M.i cor" tuitter unlquii at a nih producer-
Ill II It T. nn r-atiirflfir. Mar 13, Hii lirt!tt
Hit ' , . vldoir of K. ward Apthoro Blbbjr and Uaugfr
tr or ibe lata And. aw AMr.df a.
Notica of fuutral bareaftar.
COOpfrV. - I,oula FairlU roop r, danahter ef lha
lata I'lbiim, A. i uopr of ..ri.u. ia. an t hurtMlajr
'.h - May lu
Fim-rai varvlrai at her late re n dene. I'v, i t 'th
il. Ni.mlar. May 13. at S o elock I' M. Kalatlra
and fiienlt retpectfaJy tuviteJ fblladelpbl
paper pleaie eop
l&IU li A.V-Ker vi-h;iei .. Klrtran. lata reel or af
the rhurch or our La-ly. Help or Ciirl-tiane. I. aat
Oranaje, N J.
a - n :,., sin mail will be ee'.ehrated nn Mao
day, itmy 14. .nv.nu, M Ini-ruient in rnneter
of loy epuic.ire, evrart. N. J.
Is A I IO.-oii baturday evtumK. Var IX after ft
abort ll.aaai, Ibotuaa C. Lattu, lo tbe 7tttli year of
Pnneral Mrrlree at hit lute retiilcnee, lhl Balft
bridge i, Brooklyn, on Taeidar avutny. May
at m u'cloek
KB KRI I IFsJ.O.-flnddenlr. t m raldan-a. R
Third place. Brooklyn, I'au! , Mer.Ifltht. k--i M
Noliee affnncral hereafter.
r A KK i.K a Tboinaiville. N C. Ray 10. William
Iv. only eon of William and tba lata fcllsa A. I a. ker.
In bUasd year.
RalatiTat and fneada ara lorit. i to attend tha fw
aoral larvlcce from bit late reetdence. Ib3 IJart at.,
Brooklyn on Miadav. Ua 13, at 4 elaek f. M In
WAI.I.. mi Friday, My II. at bar rep We a ee, 1R
Lawton at . Hrnoklrn, Bridget, bcloretl wire mt
JatneN Wall, uatlva or Ifenn Croaa keya. oouftl
a an. Ireland.
rua . re. Monday. May it, 2 ocleck r. M.
FRIBNOS OP THEMATIC nmj- witRMiit narnll rlM
tha Ma'hie rolunibanom at Frah ivni nr-.-oiifi
l.uti erui rm:-f), any aUtruonti. sundeye ineluded.
roll in'. rnirUion at Cremation oiliee. tJj hut lloueioft
at, R.tr Vark.
A KpXltiro rKMETFRT. Ilar.em Rallrnal. 41
tulnutre from Urand Central lepot; new prlratft J I J
itatinn at entrance, omo. IU Baet -' i ec. TeLapuuoa
A. A. Wire Pcreana, Plaiorea. and i-firtn l-ore
b tha l.tHfOoralnifleona Werrante! brn Knehuak.
1 2 t-ulii.n it hatabliehad IA yeara i etiinatea itiveft.
0 CM. 1-4 in, anamtne eyes trmm. H AI.r.HTeiR
CO. Broadway, cor. 171b et. Lollar eptc-.ao.aft
A- -Si'lRITUAUriM.-IfR Wtit 4'1 lTtTnu ndai?
orlock. J. W Hv-tcher. Lecture. Ten-. au4
!' bii'rii I'r.ennmena.
NHW MiLlETY BTHIDAL fMKtfi AlJaTn"44WeaA
1 i' I : Mre. He en S, i'ri tiaui auettirtftt mt
' I impnvMatlti; 11 . M ai.d 7 Al, Y. M. iit
Ject for avautof, "Aecaudinf Mm. iu ti '
O '.'A nn. in- oPMRrisiAH ANOFI.IlAH -Heleetloae
from the-e - ni-irn wtil bo atveft in Urac buraft,
1 it in at, near ! .. n.n avmnir. All Invitee.
CT MAI.K'H CIILI.CR. l(Mb it and 3d Wkiieun.
- dar 1 1 A, M . in. ti. in ; praver i-riimn and holf
t "M. in n ..i tr. Kyance wll. premh on tt. r yiie .
Ityand impirati- n Kaiher II, an a Tbeo acy." Of. M
ebort mi.eira. aervic. after w ie:. i-r i'ian wtil
I .'! - !. f.r ., iniiuij, 1 li J i.i.tkiit .lull .Nn ,e
t oncede to Women tbe Right o.' Pf.ltli al .-uffieg- "
Q Ki'.nemtvm "Ivaaboe.-' Bairotbed." nrate. H.
&-' Keniiworth.' " Abbot." 'Ta.i-.men - w.mV
atoaa." - Wfterly." oiliera PRAll, lit av. I2tb
luattmiSe orgaiUe c.
ritNMM WkitKiiO k i i sum
To orfer toe... ont a ierf etuek t teetfta ha4
pianos, we are offe ;n Ibe uiit remarkable ia-
'i .(-ii en in uncee and term. A eho.ee if fVti uprlant "
riaui f -'li lu i i.. .'..! i ., iiiriltif eoin- of lb timel
eauiirui 1 1 f t. ft wood caavi, ubly eilgbily used. a.ae
Oiber ll:AVas follow ,
Kramer aprtf hi. u , i roadill'.n. flua
m . . - .m ...iiiiiii in ., ii eoiivilil'in. $ 10
I III 'riu tU A Mill III $Hfi ' 1. llti'.ll $ ivu
In a i.. i .'Die H and $ln .na . rmiil
K -a ktl.ntkAtU ..land .6 Kail 141b at.
THS " OF aIXv. A " riAivo.
"in 01 r a v rntu.
II I i -li MI li CaTAl.ni. I r. tHYT..
pi is 1 1 1 1- iii mm, m urn ii uriNrNa.
Send for Bargain Circular.
PUI A MA h .i AI..V H A.M. t.TII NT
A few of ibeee fine laairuincota. tiifbily uead. m
yreat barnai a. l rg asiortmeftt f fiaou io rent fr
4aaide n 1 c.uat; j . radijced ratee for tuaunr irwuft
i HAA H. 14T4--M A CO.. mi BtmmAwttj (lejtli . LI ;
it.e a i in.' .. piano ion on easy iu out biv i ay-
i. u a. i mi ! i. u ) - are r a lory ead warrrn iu,
:M ttmt .(. m a at aud ..fa: iu 0 t Sieie ei . Hfoek
lyu ei i. t- i NiNc-
kKAkillll flKO, PIANO.
114. lit t - li b h ir L"M '' i
A d'.v e ti uf Hi i ad and t-aner "1 PUa e al
Itree i t .lun-J price - ou-i Uai d I'.enee o' ar.'ns
tuakes Ti iw T . u,. f auu lu raftt, 9 J uuou.Lljr, raul
alio wnt u t.a parebae4
AM. MM UK ot tiaear. Ciurkfttiftj and ftohuef
i te uf, ka ra tat; rx ret. ant e,'n.ii i IT
in jiuiji) Hu.'Vf U,. :. Mae at i tar K a bwaft
ft., H. "lil'Ve Uta H'lllU.a
JAh 4M4. atiuriilliiiiiiui'rii,! and e,uare piaaoft
ll:i 'iii.ii'ijii cevaU uf Iftelal ueuta, new p am a
re 'lei rent ei ! if iKiuaeid Ntw wareruwiftft.
l..b i (v r iuut n.lb ar
WHIThET A i a
hAl TIM L I i-m.-HT FUnii l . . uioftintyi
li flunw.i beraaiu .tl--..S k, 4. 4,. Jw-i fub
left a' . Itrasiviyn t'pen etamaaf
(lll khl'.lM,- A brin iirv ur.,n1i ', bar
kiii.i 'U mtoiiu ti4ni p.anue (.eaft ut aaaj ieim.1
Jaiwtf tftiiTUfcit.v 1.J-. r-adwar ftraoklyft,
1AHV Lattuaa lMM44p.e ftiU nice uiaaaTiV
4 can! ,.i.iii al ii i-.it iii.prw.eiuebie fuUf
fuafftutaiae, itin Itaet Jttb eL
W - PI ftHOftV - Wftrer.. . um. strck hall II
Kft' 1 14 tl - .nltllii.l.' Okf $,
M'xkiniiiiu.i.'iiti. iU a i situ be f itc ml ba4
a rat 4 abj bpruftl. m4 ft I , " f arieiaft
tuaoee fti'i ei alt price, fur a 1 euee lu real
tM juCkk pianos ""
All Hi I-...I tea, Is.u.i K.ul led ati'kaagsaV
M ai4 Ml luivaiely place aid elBasllsttklt
IA-STor i.k.inv , is ui . il y rsisr aaiTlaf
. A Hsuvl.u urs.ii.. ir in . oiivsri Wle
11. -Jyri. lei HearulieBst.tr.es iu H.eu i. eaiae.
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