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I ' : THE SUN,. SUNDAY, JUNE IP, 1801 8 J I
I FELT THE WASP'S STING.
I sb UBMitKiinorr en a ex kacmh
I rrixs Tiro primus.
laah 0lr Fet oa th Wter JUe.
Aa IlefealB th eo.fbst TOalaaa Caller
Qaeea Meb, float for Boat, Ovar iiTwiu
t j.entla Coatee IneUeatallr " Deajaoeea
sr lha Olortaea, Minerva, aind J)rallla
The I.eyal TVIa flood Rae (Yeas th
Tlalar and AfiMi Walla Mr, Daaeaa'e
New tl.fn-oler Henri Herat ta II at Flyer
-The Ariel. fleooa,lrnIIU, Aililai.At.
pOre.KlItt. aad 'Vleletlh Other sjsriaaere
Th Larchmont 1'acht Club salted IU annual
tprlof teratte on th Sound resterdar. and It
i almost unneceasarr to tut It was br tone
eddatha moat successful regatta of tha rear.
Sot onlr did splendid fleet of vessels turn
cat. but tli race batmen tlia crack IterreehotT
itj.footer Watp and th tJO-foot Watson cutter
Qseen Mab wasbr far and away the most si
eltlss race ever aatlad on tha Sound.
Another Interestlejg feature of tha day was
tbe dtibut of aX'Cammodora William Butler
Duncan, Jr ' nw 21-footer Hour), a little fin
ktel. diilcnad bralie Harreahoff. Tha llourl.
Ilk all of lUrraahoffs boats, proved fait and
able, but no fair comparison could ba
Bad ef her spesd. a aha had no com
petitor! of her own alia. Mono of tba
I thir Bl-footer ara readr ret, io juat
vhtt th "l11 do In thla particular
elm remaloi to ba seen. No boata hating
toned OP to meet tier. Mr. Duncaa dacldad to
asthtraetlnst tbe 25-footers, and while tba
rrxla ,kt mora powerful boat, beat bar 4
slant &1 aecondaon elapstd time over tha
ecurie, th Houri will probablr win on time
allewance. Among tha achoonera tha Ariel
ti-ain demonstrated her auperlorlty orer tha
'CaeratJ. while In tha amallor olaaa the
tthooner Loral, admirably handled br
fetr owner. 13. 1. Sutton, won a well-earned
victory oTer the Tlatorand Agnte. The Loral,
while not built for racing, la a Terr faatboat
under certain condition, bat hasbtcnslngu
larlr unfortunate In always having something
goawrrwlth her at tha wrong time. etttr
oar. after being beaten br the Viator on the
run out to the Captain Ialand mark, h save
th Utter an unmerciful thrashing In the ions
beat to windward beak to Ilempitead, and
aven'uallr flnltbed om aeven minute ahead
i of lir.
The race of the dar, however, was a areola!
iner rslaket event, in which the Watson 00
footer (Jueen Mab. the UerreehofX 40-foot
cutters Vap and Qlorlana. th Fife 40-footer
Minerva, whloh awept all before hor In her
elan two year In aueceaalon. and th Htr.t
keff 35-foot fln-kl Druallla took part. Tha
, Queen Mab allowed the Watp 0 minute 48
itr-ond. th Olorlana 7 minutes 48 aecond.
the Mlntrva 10 mtnutee '20 leoond. and the
Druallla SO minute 30 aecond.
On th showing made brthe Queen Mab In
the New York Yacht Club's regatta on Thurs
day. rrr on thought that with ber increaaad
aailplan and extra alxteen feet of water line
th abould prove an ar winner, but such wa
not the cat, a not onlr wa ab unable to
(Ire the Watp her time allowance, but tha
Herrethoff boat actually beat hir boat for boat
orer the couree by 13 cond elapaed time.
From the very start theia two boat, which
eroeied the line almoat together, fought It out
Inch by Inch over the courae. and flnlihad lea
than twenty-nve aecond apart. At uo tlino
during their twnty-mll journey were ther
over a fw hundred rarde apart, while forth
greater part ot the journoy they were nl
moit eld by lde. (In the beat baclc
each In turn forced th other to give
way to avoid a collision, and for a hair
breadth finish nothing like it ha ben aeen on
th Bound tor many a day. The forty-footers
Mlnrlva and Qooon also furnlalied excellent
port, the ilurgece boat winning -1th a trills
to pare. It 1 by m mean certain that tba
Bootch cutter would not have won but for her
tearing her jib toptall jut after turning the
outer mark. At that, even Inner dUabled con
i dltlon. tne Goaaoon only beat her 2 minutes
. and 7 seconds. .
r When tho preparatory gun aounded at 11:30
J A. M. there was a light aouthweaUrlr breeze
blowing, while a thlok haze almoat hid tho
unruffled waters ottrieHound from view. Bom
titty yachts of various size, from the stately
atm yacht down to the diminutive
eat. could ba made out ilka phantom
ship in the dl-tance slowly making
tbeir way to th starting line. Of these no lea
than twenty-seven were actual contestant,
the others having just come out to see the fun.
The yacht, which ware divided Into eleven
claaies. were started between two stake boats
anchored at the entrance of Larohmont har
bor and aeot over the following courses:
Coana.No. 1 rorClsee H. from larcbmont to and
around a atakeboat anchored In llempatead barnor.
H nautical mllai. taavinf aain un port tiand; tlianca
taa&larauudaalakeboat auc&tfrad off btaurord liar
cr uutho'iaa. paaamir aam on port band: inane to
aagarojud tna alakabnal In llcopalcad barbor. paia
taitaina un alarbuard band: tbnc to and acroia tba
Saiibtof Una al Larcbmont. JJIaianca. 37 nanticat
iara No 2 For Ctanaa D. C, A. 7. 8. 0. and ipaelaL
irn Larcbmont to and around a atakaboat aoihord
laUiapiuad barbor. paaalnir aama on tb port handi
tkacUi and arotittd a atakeboat ancuorad oil I ap
Uiaa Itland Lit biboaaa. paaatnr aama on lb port
kio4. ibaaco to and around ma atakeboat anchored in
Kaapmad Larbor. paaaing aama nn tba alarbuard
aaad.thtnce to and acroa tba natiblng line at Larcn
ttaaL piilanco, twantr nanttcal mllva.
Cuorta.Na a rorciaaa 1-t Irom Urcmoal to and
emo4 tba red apar bony on fnotcn i apa' Kaer. leaving
Itanlba aiarboard baad. Ibence to and around tba
itaktbiat aocbural in IJoinetrad barbar. naaaiaa: It on
tie itarboard band tbaiica to anJ aroana tb red spar
ley oaeii'tcb Capa Hear, paaaiba: It on tb port band;
uiare to ao'l acroia t&a flniabtni- Un at i-arebmoat,
D.ilanee. ten naalleal mllea
CoorioAa 4-iorclaaaea I land 13.
From Larclimoat la and arount a atakeboat an
uared In Jlempatead harbor, paialn aama on port
lead, Ibeoco to and ro.nd too Maek apar buoy off
Mallairock folnl, paasine; aama on por -ind. Ibence
to a&d around tba atakeboat aneror tB lempataad
tartar amor aama oa atarboard ba thane to
aa4 aeresallie ftnieuinr Unaat LarcbuionL
Plaiuae. 13bauncal mllea.
Tb wind freahentd a little whan th
(cboiaer were ent away at 11:.'15 A. 11.. and
B looked a though more would come later.
Th loral. well han-lled. barring a little
tangling :h the malntop-maat atayeall, wa
tb Brtt away at ll:.W:JO, followed tan ec
otu. later by the Ariel, which alio had
a llitl iroulde with th same sail,
txoth-r two atlckers then crosaed within a
lew uilnutes uf etch other in th following
ftder and atrang to ear, none ot them war
MdlMPPei Agne. ll:aa,15: Viator.
il.J:i V.l. Kmernld. 11:44:3. At 11:55 the
ittclt-aticWa and cats war nt away on
ir lournev, led br Mr. Duncan' "Jl-fonter
ml. whi.-h wa timd at lliNl:0O. The
Kbera ucru timed aa follow, all after tba
7 being handicapped;
fl!'!1'- It WW Oueen Mab. lliMiMi Waap.
t71l Audai Wild, ilonoon. lliWilli Lury.
U.lialui. l.orlana. liCOM, Marrlne. 1I0IIB
k'lra,i:,2 u xarvi'., U(j3uiUlura.lI 03 U
J'i'"i 1- ot In Mine, JiHi2u, alary, WO40s
Oeeote. IJ c o tlalat 13 Oi:UJ. hyaie 1 3 '.:.);
irtl'W. 8 w- w'n or t". J:05;tO; Water Uly,
UWVO fUBCU, 13V.1 Ott
I'vaiacloi reach on tha atarhoard taok
vjerte lUmpattad for all claeae. except the
jaia, ba1 onlr a few of the sloops were
Hed at the mark, aa th schooner were
H.. I? ..".' mlt long before the judge'
JJfJ9l' '!rtaond. got there. Her It. was
tea that th Wasp wa mora than hold
th? lir, own "'" th Queen Mab, while
u . "rva and Uoaaoon were having
,.,tna miner and tonus as In days of
i,..'nTlrrrdr of gybing lound th mark
o" ain Jlab. Wa.p. Uralll, Olorlana,
Ootio, nourl- Aa,Ul" jjnrrT. t'urybla.
aaV,0'1.M'irlo All eieptth iiiorlana
lkii.v?0 5I' t their tplnnakar to port.
tat ! ""'atter par wade the mUUke ot
Eii ? ,'.r starboard for th run
l7t.J,.UIn '!aad. lloth had to tax them In
k.. 'P. kH and afterward t them to 1 on.
Ki',,,y,i'loulit hart been all along. linth
anil !luil'" tlmu by tbl. and tha re
tai;,2",.uu'l " " w th leader
' Ih.y v.er half way over. , As
atSS.?.' "" Sfucen Jlab crew not thing
tl. .?.." I u ln they caught up a lit
Iifan i4.or ,he '" "' louruey t Captain'
traia..11 tt' ."'P nil uk between thm.
n.','" n;l 'hen th ether taking th lead.
ia.i I ' ' e.re ' wo an aim..t
tie.i ''U'-'lun ot the reeent cup race he
l if ys.M1'.,,V!Unt and Valkrile. and in point
V 0u.. M W1' u International contet. th
rer'erf i . ,,:lag hn built abroad and Im-
ThaVM." ".V V llr t-hubU
frit .i i'16 y1 managed to .iur around
wlan ti15..'- ,Kht ?ond ahead of the
nan f.kVu,,,rt'"'Yr. mud up a good
Urn9nt.hi,,mlll"'1 maklnc the better
1 l8-v. V followed by th Viator at
OoaaiT,- i-8.,.4,,.l!r,-,ft! "lorlana. l!S3:SM,
1:J7 ..!. -' &5; Agne. 1 iiUVi; Druallla.
fUaio4!11!1"1 J-;mld. ho were hound for
i il"?,1 SHJl" a the meantime, war. lo.t
i ttlil.rl wi 1 not tf'D un' I "?
HiiVM1'"1"1"'11 however, tbe ATel
I lall.0 loeralngherld.
V t.atT l'n ' "1 to raptiid It wa a d.a I
n,, ' ",rJf D,1 ' hand, after making
ca tba i .'. " "" port tack, made a long 1
bi . i "V1'"' r lo th Uocliland
M? , .'. "' l-Jrs the Va.i-. while '
atterwarj 'fotitig latt r, and Hiortlr ,
" . .rl',l nf" I"' long ialand
" Va . i ' ' ,0 lult ,l, Wataon boat to
U!"itr.f.',!f " 'r om t'.ro. whn
' tcVueail got ci,ar sad Hood out
tV , HtlltlSl !
on th port tack. A few momenta later, when
right on th Hempstead mark boat, an sot
her revenge and forced the Ilerresholt boat to
No damage was don, however, ., barrlna;
aeoldent. the Watp had th race, an so It
turned out. It was a bread retch from Hemp
ttad horn with the wind on thlr aiarboard
?iuartr, and they croaaad th Ho In th
.(Joaaa MaV. Siftlilli Wats, i-MtMt Olottaaa,
S'lloui inoesn..t xeiHi Ijfal. 3 Jrjflft Mlatrva.
8 134 Mi Ma lor. S:H3!lJi prnallie, : 40: ataaa,
a 42 oti Tlrre.e, MiS; Ariel, 40:Ai gnribta,
QV.2ii kmerald, 4:10 4&
In adaption to winning th special sweep
stake prize the Wasp also won th regular
prlrtlti th -infect olaaa. whll th Druallla,
though heeten In the pclal data, won In
her. Th winner were:
nM n. Khoontri -Ariel, bys mlnatea Mateeada
. Clan D. renoeners-Lorat. by 4 mlnutee It aeetnda
from Jttnaa and 6 minutes S3 aeconda from Viator.
Hloopa and cutlera fliasa 6 Heap, br lannnotta of
niaopa and Cnttera. (.'last 0 Ooiaoon. by 3 mtsttee 7
aeconda from Menerva.
Sloopa and Cutters, Cla'e T Dreallla. by 0 mlnntea
M aeconda from 1ireaa.3g nlnetaa ye aeconda from
Eurybla. and r mlnntea lw taconda from Mary 0.
..Wonpa and t-utlera. Cla.e l .Not mated. Iteeth
tleurt lbs probabe winner.
awn Kpeerai, I lata W-Audai, by 1ft mlnatea 38 leo
Cabin tats. naa It Atmlra, by 3 mlnatea 88 -eonds
irora Mary, and 3 minute from Oeoeae.
cabin lata, claia 12 Kittle, by 10 mlnatea S3 eo
enda from Win or Laia.
.Open rata Claat 14 Violet, y 1 minute K aeconda
Sp'clai Kweeratak Claaa Watn, by 7 mlnntea 1 eo
ondlrom Uoeen Van. 13 mmates M aacenda trona
iiionana, 34 mlnntea 28 aeconda from atlnerva, and 38
tulautte 31 aeconda from Droallia.
A summary of the rae follows:
ecnooK ins class n, 81 to 00 txtt.
tmtini JUfwaf Oirreraial
Isngtk, rtref. riete.
t'rt. OV. a. at, a. n. a. a.
Sraarald... HUM! .. rtosara MaxwalL.4 34 18 4 2d 18
Ariel HAGS U.II.B lltll 42SD& 4 30 17
CnOOMKM-(XAR9 C, 71 TO 81 riXT.
I-eyat rises . rrank Snlton. ..8 RO 17 8 80 17
Viator AS.U3 W. nould Hrokaw 8 6S 4U Sanaa
Ames. 6U.44 J. Morion Wlnilow.4 03 20 8 M 38
KLOOrS AMD CUTTXB8 CXAR8 5, 40 TO CO TXET.
Wal M.B7 Llpoett Rretbera ..3 67 Or) 8 87 or)
Ololiaa...64.tt7 11. II. Ultltr ...8 1115 8 10 61
BLOOrtl AKD CUTTKB8-CXASS 0, 43 TO 40 rXCT,
Mlnerra. ...4.8l If. W, Backaell 3 8107 3 28 39
Uotiooa .47.b8 L. Vast-baa Clark .8 28 82 8 20 82
RLOoro AMD CUTTIM CLASS 7, 30 TO 43 rlT.
Tlireaa ....41.30 Jamas Weir. Jr.... 3 47 4 8 47 48
Kurrbla. 40H2 (baa. Prior 4 oil 14 4 'it 3d
liruallla.... 88.33 U ituthertnrd . B 42 IS 8 37 r.7
Mary o..., ..... EtapbeaClialdwln.4 40 28 4 84 18
BLOOM AMD CUTTElta CLASS 0. 25 TO 30 riCET.
Madrtna rrank freeman.. .2 20 eONotm'd.
Water LUr .20.2 2 3 no
fyila mwai.l Fanderann 3 2d 83 Not mf
Ilourl 3ail W. U. Duncaa. Jr .2 31 2e.totm'd.
Andax 807S II. W. Eaton ...32731 22731
Evelyn ...27.43 Joaepb Allen... 2 47 43 2 42 4V
CAD1M CATS CUBS 11, OVKO SO FEET IUCINO
Vary 30.38 W.C. Ellawortb....3 37 18 3 37 18
Almlra .. 2K.K2 Wlluier llanan .. .2 S8 40 2 24 37
Oconee... 2U.12 C. T. rieree 2 82 43 2 27 37
CABIM CATS CUSS 12. VNDEn 25 IXET.
Win or Laee. 23 & F M. Randall 3 43 1H N.tm'd
Kiltie. ,. Ilaaen Morse 23 28 Not lad
OrXH CATS CLASS 14.
IMneb 20. 1 Arthur Clark 2 03 21 Notm'd
Motet 2O.U0 2 01 Co Iiotm'd
SrKCTAL SWEEl'STAKE HALT.
OueaaMab. .... rerey Chubb 3 67 19 3 67 19
tvaap , .....64.07 Llppell Bros 2 67 04 2 60 18
Olorlana II. V. (illlta 8 11 16 8 04 u
Minerva.. ..48.01 It. W. Bueknall....8 SI 07 3 14 47
Uruaula U Ratbarford 8 42 16 8 16 8V
TALK MBS OFF IO SKtf LOS D OX.
Coaah Ia Maya that They are a Xoratad
tat an Mill Bow Hard.
HewHavkm. Jun0. This afternoon the Yal
crew lelt for their training quarters at New
London. Aa hat been the custom at Yale for
somo time past the faculty have this rear voted
to allow the oarsmen to leave college two
weeks before the annual race with Harvard
and make their tomporarr home at Gale's
Ferry, where thor can row and take their Ilnal
examinations eecludod and asray from the dis
traction of college nnd city life. The crew will
hav their usual quarter at the residence of
The shells left Now Haven yesterday. Ao
compaming the elevon oarsman were the
principal coacbers. Kherwood II. Ivea of last
year's boat and Josh Hartwell of the cbam
plor boat of two rears ago. They 111 continue
to be the malnatays of the crew until after the
Mg race. Ueorge Hhedleld. George Adee. and
Bob Cook: have told Capr. Johnson that they
will be on hand at Uale e Ferry this rear.
(Sheffield has alreadr engaged his usual quar
ters near Cant. Brown-', and will move in on
"What kind of a crew has lata this rear
any war?" Is the question ot the dar. The
elghthavegonetbrough th uiaalprrllmlnarr
routine work ot etx montne' hard training,
equallr divided between Indoor, outdoor, and
harbor rowing. This 1 Cant. Ivea' opinion:
"Not especially speedy and rather unsteady,
but capable of a long and ragged row If tbe
boat does nit go to pieces."
Thus farther has been little or no betting
on the result of the race with Harvard, and all
the recorded wagers favor Yale's eight at big
odds. That fart, however, does not neess
arllr mean that Vale's eight are regarded as
unuauallr atrong. It I true that the decreas
ing report stnt out from Harvard have had
their Intended effect, and the Y le market ha
been raised, whlje Harvard stock ba dropped
a notch or twi'. Until the prevailing opinion
that Harvard ba an unusually weak crew is
dispelled Yale moner will Hood the betting
market. A general Idea of the quaiitr or thle
rear' crew mar bo gained from tbe following
.Viim. Jtdi.-e. Mr'i. Al ItL IT.
r A JabnsontCast.) Norwich Mruke 28 6.11 lc&
K. a. Treadaay Bloai ralla 7 2u ILOO I'd
W, a. Croaa hew on .. r) 20 H.02 II'.'.
A. W. Hater Brookijrn .8 21 611 174
A. V. Borers .New York- ...4 21 6 11 177
w. M. Beard 1'ouibkeapola.s Is r.O'j inn
II. C llolromb ... h.wllaien.3 21 Mil 173
Klcbard Armitronc.llampton Bow :o r,0e) 171
Sobelltutee-J. II. Knapp. South Norffalk: W. M,
Smith. Mew York city i K. U Meatier. Pttlaburfh.
JJir 31 IT TO OO ABllUAB.
Ceaaaaodere Unrcna, It Is Maid, tVllt Beprv
oral th VlB'laal la Her Uacai,
It was learned yesterday on good authority
that the reason Commodore K D. Morgan's
steam yacht Mar. the flagship ot the New York
Yacht Club, was not at tho club's annual
regatta last Thursday wa becauae h I at
tb Brie Ilasln fitting out for a trip to Europe.
It Is said that Commodore Morgan is very
much Interested In the Mgllant's coming
race In hngllah waters, and that ha intend
to glv tne Uoulda every possible support and
encouragement In their sportsmanlike efiort
to represent the New irk Yacht Club abroad.
The May.lt 1 aald. will leave here on Juno
23 with commodore Morgan and hia family,
and It Is whispered that U Oliver Isellnand
bis Pride will be the Commodore's cueats
on the voyage. In view of the fact that
C. Oliver Iselln ha been Invited to sail nn
the Vigilant In her race atircad. It I not at all
unlikely that Commcdore llorgin will repre
sent the Nw York Yaeht Club and the Gould
nn tho Valkyrie and Britannia In any matches
they may tail with th Vigilant.
JCaallabaaaa l:cuaalns tba Tncatlas JTraa
Prelo, Lomdom. June 0. Tha yachting prepcts
are now being muoh dlaouaaed. The opening
dar ol th eaon hav been unlntereatlng
owing to the raw weather. It le remarked that
the Vigilant and the Uakotah have had their
framework strengthened by meana of angl
Iron extending from the deck beame to tha
floor. The Bnelleh yacbtamtn k comfort In
racing for defeats by hoping that the Eng.
iith yacht will not need thet awkward hull
upport In making a paaaage aero.
Nalaliell "tVlaa a Great Bale at Klaalra.
timiL. Jon U, The troltlor meettarot th Maple
Aveauo Urlrlof rark Atsoctatlaa cloaed to-dar. Th
chief featuia was tha 3 33trol. which waa won after a
arand eliua-irle of aaren heala by fcdaln K. Bawua'a
Mulabell. the mar bebsrad aplendldly. and ab waa
cannailr drl-an by Bowne. bba on lbs nftb heat la
2 SO, which la ber baal record.
a rsaj-.TAiiiAX nua.
He Devours Craalaf Vrcatakle (tag Ha
(folia Ilia Master I-ilo Trouble.
Wolcott, N. V.. Jane 0. Jame P. Urewater.
a harneta maker of thl plac. has a bug
liver-colored pointer dog that i a atriet vege
tarian, and has. In consequence, gotten Its
owner Into trouble. For the past few week
UrtwsUr' neighbor have complained ot
om unknown animal entering their gardens
and devouring tbe tndr. growing vegetable.
llanr believed th marauder to be a eow,
but werepuizled at not finding the usual
cloven track, i Inallr th rhlldrao ol Mlllprd
F. Iir", who lle pn tjt Washington
trt twi blocks dlsUnt from Urwtr'
hou. toldtblrfthr that thr bad scan a
big dog eating up thsir Isttuce. That salad
JlSnt wa cirtalnlr browd off elan to th
" .laii did not ersdlt hU children' storr till
last night, when he discovered the pointer
calralr finishing the last ot lour rowol ilou.
fl.hlog bush pes- HI gard.n wa th.n a,
bar a brlekrarik Hare went to Ilrewtr
and demanded eltrier the tilde of tbe dog o-
nvfiroDg0o'g.,t,K,,i.r.nrUounc"i.. v ...Ufd
the eertlec of i ur A. C. Brink, and will
brB "eiion again! lir.wtr for tr.apy and
malicious mUcblet br canine proxr. Inquirr
uncovVrath.laet that four other garden r
SraeUcIllr ruined, and that the doc has Iron
Snutd . .atlnii TaUbl. lood oolr. .
A COMMUNION CUP FOliEACil.
a JKJtajtr citt cavnen to adopt
XUK ItKtT HTMTBtf.
TH ratter, the Rev. Br. Herr, TThaa He
Wae at tae Oeaeral Aseembly af th
rreaTlrtaa Uhnreh ta Raratega, aw
the ladlvtdaat Ceaamaalon flervlee Oatnl
lareated by Dr. Forbe-, and Liked If,
Flnt among the church In this vlclnltr to
adopt th new method ot taking th commun
ion from Individual communion cup will be
th First Prtsbrlerian Churoh of JeraeyCltr.
Theiubject has alrsadr been Informally die
cutted br the pastor, elders, and members ot
the church, and thu far all the opinions ex
prested hav been wtrmlr favorable to the
new method. At lha next electing of tho ces
sion the matter will be formally presented for
action, but there I no doubt that th sanitary
communion, a It Is callad. will b adopted, and
that not more than one more communion will
be celebrated In th old war In the First Free
The lanltarr communion outfit. Invented br
Dr. Chart Forb of ltocheater, will be used.
Thlc outfit, whloh Is now In uso In tuanr
churches In llochestsr and other oltles. wa
described fully In TitK Udn of laat Hundar, It
conltlnanumbr of stands, esch holding
sixty cups. These cuds Into which the wine
has been poured are passed around the church,
and there It a cup for evorr communicant, and
alter drinking the wine the communicant
either returnc th cup to th itand or ssts It In
a rack attained to th pew, to be taken out and
waa hod after th scrrle. This method, which
wa tint adoptad br the Central Precbvtcrlan
Church ot Ilochetter.wa the retu t of the find
ing ot ditcace germ In th general com
munion eup br Dr. Forties, At first there ws
considerable opposition, but tha new method
when tried proved to be more spaedr and con
venient, a well a mora cleanly and 1
clumst than th old.
At tb General Assembly of the Frecbrterlan
Church recently held In Saratoga the canltarr
communion outfit wa on exhibition, and It
wa there the Iter. Dr. Charles Herr.Tastor ot
the Flrat PreibtUrlan Church of Jersey City,
saw It He was mboh Impressed by It, a there
had been aome discussion rogardlnc commun
ion methods In his churi.li, aud after talking
with Dr. Forbea lie concluded to bring the
matter to the attention of his congregation.
He talked to th eldors about It end found.them
all In favor of It. Later, at a soclil gathering
ot the church members it was mado the sub
ject of a general though Informal discussion,
and. as far as Dr. Herr Is aware, there was not
a single objection urged against 1. To a re
porter for The Bux DK Herr said yesterday.
"Som rears ago this matter of th general
ate ot the communion cup came up In our
church, and ever line we havo from time to
time discussed the matter In the hope ot find
lag om good substitute I'T the method In
vogue. It was urged against the old method,
not so much that It waa unsanitary, tor that
waa not oonaldered widely then, as that It wns
unpleasant and oiTenalve to many people. For
Instance, a lady doe nut like to put
her lip to the chalice that has been
used by rerhapa a scere of men, many of them
with moustaches saturated with nicotine from
smoking. The general idea of drinking from
a cup from which number of otln-r people
linve drunk, without the cup having been
cleansed, la unpleasant, and In any other
connection, exceptthat ot the communion run.
would not be thought of. I am toln that in
tha Moravian Church the rim ot the chullce Is
wiped with a towel after each communicant
ha- tnated the wine; but that la only a halt
"To our objections on ground" of uncleanll
peas were added fears of the spread ot dl-euee
germ, after til artK'lc In The Hln telling ot
tbe ltochester experiments came to our atten
tion. Nothing wa settled at that time, how
ever, but when I went to Saratoga and saw
Dr. For es's device It struck me lmmellatelr
that It was th very thing for us. The elders
and all ot the church people with whom I have
talked on the subjeet have expressed their a
prov.il of it, and while the new method ha
not been lormally adopted, still I can any that
there I very little doubt ot it adoption."
la there nny llkelllioodot the Ueneral As
sembly Interfering .with tne use of the new
device Incase It become general V" atked the
It it not a matter for the General Assembly
to decide." replied Dr. Herr. "It lies wlthhe
cetclon of each church to decide for that
church. Moreover. I am unable to tee any
doctrinal rcaaon why communion ehould not
be administered from a thnuannd cups ns
well at from ten. While the system now
In use has the prestlgo ot centuries,
yet there Is nothing to show that it was the
original method, and, as a matter of fact, the
weight of evidenco is on tb other side.
Cleanliness, which is next to godllnesi. should
surely be regarded as an Important factor In
our religious observance. Moreover. be
lieve that the new system, in addition to bel-g
leea dangerous sanitarily and ess offensive on
sentimental conaideratlone than the obi. will
Frove In be more expeditious and convenient,
am heartily in favor of it. and would be glad
to -ee It adopted in every churi'h in thecitr"
Tbe Hrst i'resbyterlsn Church i the largest
and moat Influential church of that denomina
tion in Jersey City, having a membership ot
tl7f. it Is known as a progressive church, nnd
has been the pioneer in more than on church
movement before now. The pastor. Dr. Herr.
has been with the church for eight Vnrs. He
I about 3.r rears old. ii grvluate ot Frincetot
College and ot l'rlaceton Theological tieuil-nary.
COttMEXCEXKXT AT ITKST POHfT,
Excltlac Arll'lrrr Ilrlll Tho etlaadlag la
Ceneral Merit of Hie Claae.
Wrsr Toikt. Jane ft For an hour thl after
noon th Board ot Visitors witntated an excit
ing artillery drill on tho plain. Lieut. Dyer.
Fourth Artillery, lnttructor In artillery tactic,
had the member of tha graduating claa out
for a farewell pln with th tatt-ry of thirty
two fltld gun. The cadet appeared In the
trapping ot o flic era. 'Hi drill ground wa
hardly largo enough for T.lout Dyer to show
off hi command to th belt advantage. Ill
field ot opera'lon was rettrlcted to charging
up and down the plain. The cadets could not
have looked better at they were drawn uo be.
fore the Hoard and presented sabres as a
The Hoard was then Invited to make an In
spection of the gunc. wh'ch they did, minutely
examining each one. The chiefs ot platoons
were Cadet Harden Iright). (lllmore 1 1 ell I.
Harbeton (centre); chief of caissons. J. M.
Williams; first sergeant, Carson; guidon. Max
ton; chlof of lections, Cadet btritzlngar.
Eater, Fence. CC, William. Jorss. and lloson
baum; caisson corporal. Cadets Aultman.
Berkeley. Ladue. Fdward. Barker. Sell; al
ternate. Smith. Battle, and Darker.
Having paid the compliment ot a salut to
the Board, the battery Proceeded to buslneat.
It movd In line up and down the plain at
varied gaits and regular Intervals, ilrst slowly,
then more raptily, until, llnallr. in a wild
gallop it clattered over the hard pebble
ground, throwinc up clouds of dust, and,
with a crash and roar t at a dvatenlng.
the battery was run Into action. 'I hen followed
th sharp, oar-atllltrng roarol the tannon as
th laniard war pulled. Th tiring wa Ilrst
singly, then br platoons, and llnully be bat.
tery. which shook the enrth for mile around.
It was conceded br all that thl afternoon'
drill wa a good a any ever witnessed on tha
Th Acdmlo Hoard wa busy thl after
noon reviewing the examination of the
graduating class. The fit lowing I th (land
ing of thn c! in general merit, which was
announced at parade ill. vnlog
1 La I ue, IUilllmi.ro. .17 I atea.
2 Hard, u, 2iniardnrr. :is idler.
a feuce, 21 freeton. 8a Mieurn.
4 Mimam, O.C., 24 Meraeley, ail fcdaardt,
r, Hllileoje.J.M 2.1 bat I in 41 CuuelL
il Jntee. 24 llaams,IL8.,42 Uul,
7 1't.ru. 2 1 Awes IL, 4 1 Bent.
Hllef. .11 Lawlon, 4lUel.ll W 8,
V l-ana. 27 I raia. 4', hlritllDver,
in Cue. VHlechen. 411 mlili 11 c,
11 Mil belLW. n.lu Hunt. 47 Uolif. '. I,
12 I'arker.r UK J ao I'erier. r., 4H Uehe H. IL,
13 llewiiiuo.ur ,.ii McAribur, 4 K.rker
14 au luiin, 3 Otraoo. Mj ' luatdaU.
U. -aiae W. II, 31 Lly. 61 llarbeeon.
Id Hamilton. A., 34 Xaler. 62 Wiee.
17 Ui.oui. ltblB, 61 Whitwert.
18 Crala. bu Koaenbasm. C4 Muaa.
Th flrat two In the roll can choos for their
aslrnrunt either the engineer, ordnance,
artillery, cavalry, or Infantry, but their choice
will undoubtedly le the flrat named branch ol .
the ccrvice. Th neit six can etiooia between
ordnance, artillerr. cavalry, or Infantry. Tii
remainder will b atlgod to Ither the ravalry
Col Mill, commandant ol Cadt. tod llr
Mills gave a gsrden party to th member of
tb c aduatlng claas this venlng. at which
there was also preaeat a large nuinLer of ioudb
Heboid the deeds that ar done In tbe loiereat of
asminer Setion ua have saltan oat a route "M aica
dar 8ok MuUetfn. wltb-pictorial luuatralire Dotaaor
oar racoal Borate. YouwUllikea capr. ne feci anr.
Eand6csnts(irposiaeto LoiaU. cerveUtCe, bvb
lUhers,lOUavlitw Ywav-xsa t '
LET US MAKE YOU
A NEW FACE
If you have
a red nose,
moles, tcarts, teens,
Cysts, tattoo marks,
or any mark
on, in, or under
your skin, Ifev
call or write LveMk
the largest H p
In the world. wohi
over UO years.
of the world
JOHN H. WOODBURY
125 W. 42d St., N. Y.
John II. Woodbury le tb Inventor of Woodbury'
laclai Roan ror lb Msln, Main, and tomi'lesion-a
nine nlleullc, lnellclsl toilet snap for daily me. II
embodies as lame lOanean tha aonlh'ne: beallnr. pre
ffvinr eleinenla that 20 yeare' practical ailierionce
trraiitK the akin bare proted moat baheOctaL Drug.
Hi'iiKD ritEMWMs ron hah ships.
The- rrokabllUr that the Minneapolis Vf
Xlreak tha Ileeard with Her Itlih Mean
Good Kaaulta t tha Prraatnat Bvalera.
WAsitiNfiTov, June 0. The nouse Committee
on Naval Affairs. In closing its recent Investiga
tion of tho clan ot paying premiums for extra
speed or horse power in war vessels, declared
that "in the opinion ofallofthe best Informed
experts In naval architecture who have been
examined by the committee, the plan has bean
productive of the most satisfactory results."
The recent preliminary trial of the Minne
apolis oiler a new and striking proof of th
correctness ot this conclusion. Her contract
calls for an average of 21 knots per hour, main
tain I for four conxcuttv hours, during
which period the air pressure In the fire room
is not to exceed an average of one Inch ot
water, end the vessel is to be weighted to a
displacement of 7.:ttOtons. Hh. Is to recelv
SOo.Ot-0 for every quarter knot In exce of
her guarsnt. and to pay fJ.rp.iiiiO for every
quarter lenotot shortcoming. The other day
she loggod about 'Jl. knots at her maximum
on a preliminary trial made by her contrac
ture. Thla was about three-quarters ot a knot
bettor, it nnpe.irs. than the record ot her sis er
ship, the Columbia, undr corresponding olr
curastances. and she also showed horse power
btrgely onceedlnc that ol her predeceor.
Tha Columbia, at nor olllclal trial, made r.'.fcO
knot, or LMO in excea of the contract re
quirement. Aa only even quarter knot nr
counted in reckonlngthe premium. harnd
seven quartern, at J-OO.IHW each, or JXU.()O0.
Mr. K.S. Cramp appears to be fully justified In
expecting two knots of execas for tha Minne
apolis, wnlch mean a premium of iiOO.OOO.
'I hat nould break; all record In tbe way ot a
bon u a for speed in our new navy.
The libera Ity ot the premium system
adopted by th (lovornmrnt will be seen from
it results thus far. Th first four veasel. the
Chicago, Atalanta. Iloslon. and Dolphin, were
not built under that eyatem. which wa after
ward established by hecretsry Whitney; and
when It was put In practice, the bonus was not
at ilrst paid lor speed but for horse power, at
the rate of $100 for each unit in excess, with a
penalty ot thu same amount for each unit be
low the contract. Inder that system the iork
town, with ;uiS.'ri surplus horse power, earned
j:i:i.hjr; the Ualtimore.ellxl.44'.; tbe Newark.
$.'il.H57. All three were built by the N.
Cramp ban Company. Th Concord end
l:nnliigtnn. built by N. F. 1'almiT. Jr., .t Co.,
earned 4f:j and $.'1.1)01' respectively.
Hut nfler these veisola were ordored a
Chang wa mad, byapplflng the premium
and pannlty to speed rather than hors power,
lor. after all. speed ia what the Government
desires, and whether this is obtained with
more or leas horse power than Is guaranteed is
held to be a mlniT matter. To put the pre
mium on speed is to exaltthe means above the
end. Iletldea. other things as well as machin
ery contribute to the succsss of a veasel.
'thus, what 1 called "fairing up the lines" of
a ship, mid sUo producing a smooth surface
and geneml excellence of workmanship, are
adjuncta to speed. It must be acknowledged,
however. Hint the Introduction of tho new
method of reckoning ha brought some very
heay payments upon the Government as pre
miums, and that these have been grewlng
larger and larger Keeping In mind the point
ab'jut even quarter knots, we nnd the Fblla
uelidila nnd ban Francisco earning ilOO.txx)
eacn lur.tWsr.ci.fi'.' knot of xcs respective
ly. The llancrott. nt onlr ffi.UOO a quarter,
with tb remarkable excea ot '.'.;)7 knots,
earned J 4.r.HA. The three 'J.OUO-tonners, De
troit, Marblehead, and Montgomery, at S'-'&.IMK)
a quarter, with 1.71, 1.44. and - 05. earned re
spectively 1&0.000. $1'J..UUU. and t'JUtt.UOO.
The New York, nlth an oven knot, at 50.000 rer
quarter, earnod r'.'OO.OuU Th gunti at Ma
clua and Cnatlne. on iham basis a tho
liaurroft. made u.4ilnndV.HJ -urplu knot, re
el rctitely. the latter being the top record thu
far, and of course earned Jt&.OOu and S.IO.noo.
'the lino and fast I'aclHo cruiser Olrmpia,
guartntrslng 'Ju knots, really attained 2 1. lit)
urn), at t.'iu.OOO per quarter, earned tltOO.tMHJ.
1 Inallr. our craek Columbia, as has bscn said,
earned $-IM 000.
The question may be asked whether there
haveJjeen no offsets ut penalties for shortcom
ing. 'Hie unawer I that there have bean
n n thu far for ipead. but there were three
for horse .rower. These were those of the
Charleaton'wlth J3J.HI unit below the re
quirement, giving a penalty of f.Tl.ilHt: th
1'ctrel, with -i.H.'i. rioldlng S4KS, and th Mon
terey, with J.'i'.'.M, and t.i'.'.ttt:., ThaCharlaa.
ton' penalty was, for good reasons, remitted
The premiums 'hue far earned forapecdand
hora powir aggregate the groat mm ot !.
h.V.'. I h 1. 40. Iho uhtraetlon of the penaitle
ot th Monterey and i'otrel mak th not pay
ment $l,llM.M7M.iii Thla sum will be further
Increased by perhaps 1 400.000 far the Mlnne
aiKi Is, nltli the Indiana, the Massachusetts,
the Uregon, the Iowa, the iirooklyn. and the
Lrictoon in due ttm to te considered.
llasth system vindicated itaelfr On that
point there ia hardly room fur doubt. Tha
spectacle of the Minneapolis and her slater
ship, with their magnificent peed ol about '.'3
knot at the maximum, and of th Ulyropla
with nearly 'T knot. tll th whole
etory, 'these teasels were built In tbo
roramerre-destroylng claas. It Is etldent
that with the speed now given to
transoceanic liners, which may themselves
be llttod up aa cruiser, a great reiulelte in
the vessels inte ded lo pursue theni is equal
or buperior epeed. It merchant ship can run
away from our fsat cruiser, the fart that th
latter are very swift, but not quit wllt
enough, 1 ioor consolation. Thus It mar
fairly be aM that for every dollar paid out in
premium th lm eminent ha received an
Hut there la another rolnt ot Isiiortance. It
I curtain that high premiums ia proaPt
bring lower bid from contractors. This wss
shown In th cue ot the three '..OoO-tonner.
At Ilrst the requirement for them wa 1H
knots, and ery bid wa In exces ol th
limit. The(iovernmnt then reduce ' the re
quirement to 17 knoic. and the bide all want
vrr far below the limit. A Chief Engineer
Melville once ex creased It, at 125.0(H) per
quarter, "th builder knw that there wa
eertalnly iloo.oou premium In ach ship."
Th tm authority also, by detailed tls-urlng.
cam to th conv'uslon that " by uaklug a low
limit for ped instead fa high one the (lov
ernment hat save I on these three able alone
Hi tuni of t.Cil.Ooa" And. in additlon.lt
must be r raembered that the premium cyatera
cause contractors to go to ex ra expense for
material nnd lalor e'ov what the contrail
tails fur. In ha hopoofcarnlngaUrger bonus. (
If tl.o Minneapolis, lho, cart fiOO.0oo. a !
Sir rump thinks sh mar. so much ih I otter
lor tbe kavr aud tbe Uovernment, Tha eoun
trr will have another bl of xtraordmarr
pd. and tb prmlum on hr. whatever It
may b. will b mony wtli laid out.
BIGGEST OF TELESCOPES.
TO BK 93 rXKT T.OHH, WlTtt A Z.XXB BO
IHCItKS I!t niAHRIEIU
7hta I 14 (atkea I4rrar Tha th t.a ef
the I.tek Tateaeaee Aadrevr C'araegle
a Caalrlknl I.arnlr la Ih Caat ef
Thl eatfl la rillabMrah and Allechaoj.
Frmnunan. Fa., Jun P. The dream ot
John A. Urathear. Pittsburgh's famous makar
of Uleaeoplc lenaet. that 1'ltttbureh and Alle
glienr might soma dar postett the largest
teleicope In the world. It apparentlr In a fair
war to be realized. Frof. Keeter, director of
tha Alleglienr Obsatvstotr, has also hoped
that thl might btaecompllthed, so as to afford
local astronomers' better facilities to pursu
orlgnal Investigation. andstabllahanamfor
western Fennaylvanla In an astronomical Una,
Andrew Carnegie and Henry Fhlpps, Jr., It Is
announcod on reliable authority, have offored
to contribute the greater part ot the 1 150.000
which will, at the loweit'cttlmate, be required
to equip the proposed obssrvatory with tha
largest lenc In the world. Mr. Carnegie. It Is
understood, stands ready to par hit aubserlp
tlon as soon as the details of coat and construc
tion and maintenance can be estimated.
Toesablleh th obtervatorr would require
an outlar of perhaps $200,000, at It It pro
pond to ruako a Un fifty Inch In diameter.
llr. Urathear It confident h can mak
a Uds of that lz, but t grind tha iron
iter plcs of crown and flint gists,
which fit togsthsr to mak an achro
matlo refracting lens, would take at least
a rear. Then tlnte would b needed to get th
glass, aa It must be Imported from Frai.ee.
The material must be free from flaws, and 'In
preparing It manr valuable pieces would
probablr be spelled. An Idea of tho ceet mar be
Imagined when It Is known that a glass less
than a foot In diameter costs $,000. un
mounted. Tha tuba for tho telescope must beat least
slxtr-three feet long, requiring a dome moro
than OUr feet In diameter. The largest tele
scope now In uso. that at the I.lok Observa
tory. Mount Hamilton, contains an object
glass 'M Inches In diamotor. but two
othera sre now being made which out
strip lb One is a U7.la' Inch glass for
Lowe Obtervatorr on Mount Lowe In
southern California. Tlieotherlebolngground
br Alvan Clark's Sons for the Verlet ooserva
torr of tha Chicago University, and will meas
ure forty two Inches. Mr. Uraehrar would
have censtructed this huge lens, but thu unl
vsrsltr people were In a hurrr and could not
watt for him to procure the gists, and Alvan
Clark's t-'oos eecurod the order, at ther hap
pened to have a big glass on hand.
A tow rears ago it was considered Impossi
ble to make such largo lansos, but Mr.Ilrashenr
thinks tho limit has br no means been reached.
To grind a 50-inch lens will mean Infinite
care, for the slightest error will not
onlr produce n deftctlva glass, but also
watts thoutanda of dollart and months
ot valuable time. Mr. Itrashesr's friends
sar there Is no doubt that ha can
perform the font and point to his pretontwnrk
a evidence of hi ability. HI most difficult
production Is tbe "grating," which Is ussdln
spectroscopic work. It consists of a strip ot
glass, on which are lines eo line that 'JO.000
are drawn in the space ot one Inch. The ma
ehlnerr for doing the work Is kept In a vault
fifteen feet under ground, and when 111 motion
no employee or otnerperson dare approach, as
the heat of the bodr eten severul foet dis
tant will affect It.
The location of th telescope Is to be the
mound recentir purchased br the cltr of Alle
gbenr adjacent to Watson 1'ark, and which
may bear the name of liivervlew. Mr. llrnhear
and l'rof. Keele'. together with Mayor Kennedy
hi Allegheny and James Hunter, when they
surveyed the site found the location admira
ble Indeed the beet In thla section of country.
The mount contains about sixteen acres,
nnd commands a view unobstructed br hills
or smoke. From the summit, Sewlckley. thli
toeu miles distant, can be seen.
Mayor Kennedy la in sruipathr with th
movement and will lend all the aid In hi
power. Th land belong to the cltr of Alle
glienr. and all that will be neceaaarr I an
ordlnanc from the Cltr Council devoting tne
mount to the purpose.
fJ-OOr, PRICK'S T.J ST MOMENT.
eat a Itottta ar Wlaa (a Caller- at tha
llonsa and a Toaat for Them la Drink,
Ex-Gov. Hodman M. Frlce of New J4rr up
to the moment ot hie death ihowcd th un
wavering spirit that In hi youth carried him
through th perilous trip across the coutlnent
and enabled him to plant the United States
ilsg in California. In almost the last hour ot
his life he called an attendant to his bedside,
and, pointing to a bottlo of nine, aald: "Take
this bottle ot wine to the gentlemen down
stairs nnd ask them to dilnk tothe memory of
To a friend standing near hia bed he said:
" I'm too old to want t live longer and the
end enn't come too soon. I'm ready- (Inly let
the world know that 1 tried to. hi my duty. If
1 happen to be talked about let it be In con
nection with tho events of which I am proud,
the acquisition of (.nllfornla acd thu develop
ment of that country. 1 know I'm dying, old
boy. and a lot of history Is dying with me. but
what doe It matter t"
When he wa tod that his laat hour had
arrlvsd h said he'd like to choose the men he
wanted to carry him to the grave, and to an
attendant he dictated the namea. Ther In
cluded Gov, Wert. cx-Uov, Abbett. ex-Gor.
Hedle, ex-liot. Ureen, ex-Ooy. Ludlow, United
Htates Am'asiador to (Jermanv Theodora
ltunrun. Mate Attcrney-Ueneral Jshn F.
bm kton, an Congreeaman Cadmus.
The ex-toverno?'s luneral will take rlace to
morrow. He will be burled In the yard ot lha
Island Church at Mahwah. N. J. The funeral
will be attended by the Association of Cali
fornia I'loneera. the Veterans of the Mexlesn
War. and the members ot the Aztlo Club, be
tides several lodges of Masons.
WBttK TlIK Ctll LB it ATI T
All That Died IVrre lllllen ay a Dos; Pre.
uraeol lo Have Hydrophobia.
NormiAUPTox, Mat., June P. I'rof. Talg ot
the Amherst Agricultural Cellcre Investigated
to-dar the disease of which eleven cattle have
died In Ware, and thinks it Is hy irophobla.
but he will submit tho brains of the cattle to
the I'attsur method of treatment befora de
ciding. He cats all tho animals that died were
uf a herd which was chased br a dog pre
sumed to bo mad three weeks ago, and no
animal has shown signs ot disease whloh wns
not bitten. All the trouble appears In adjoin
ing pastures, with ono exception, and In that
rase (four or five miles distant), as well as la
the others, all th rattle were driven and fre.
2uentlr bitten by the ahepherd dog of Ferry
beever, which disappeared about three wk
ago. alter acting Mruugelr
Tne local doctor, who examlnad the cattle,
laid tbsy found diseased Intestines, and I ild it
to com strange zrmotio diaeaee. but I'rof.
l'alge found no uch malady, Ilrfore he made
hi examination nn one thought of hydropho
bia, though the row had run about as II crazy
and died in agony.
rouAO i;j.k cotton Miamxo.
Oa Friday Ila Walked nlth a Conaaaatea
from tiarfea tliy 10 llruuklja,
Mr. William F. Coston ot '.'01 Columbia
Height. Hrooklyn, called at 1'ollce Headquar
tars laat evening and reported that her on
Frank, who I 11 year old and a pupil In a
prlvat achool in Garden Citr, was misting.
frank lelt th achool on Friday alternoon
with a compaulon, and ther walked all tne
way to Hrooklyn. nbou twenty miles. Hlecnm.
panloo Uvea at t't Central 1'ark. W'eat In thl
city They both went there, ami Frank wrote
hia father not earing he would come home
on haturdar morning, but at a lata hour laat
bight he had not appeared.
Mr Coatrn I tl e bead of a signal light man.
uf. during company at i;m lVa I street. He
la a meoiber ! the New lork lacht t.'lub.
When liank lelt the cchoo! Ii wort light
trouser. a -ark cloth jacket, a blcrcl cap,
and lacad shoos.
Tumbled fro as Ilia Wane,
Normsn Nlvr. ot 140 Fast Bv.ntr-thlrd
trt, who r lo tb flour and feed buslneat at
208 East F. ghty-llrtt tret, was seriouslr in
jured ia a ruoawar reaterdar afternoon
at 153d street and b'evcoth avenue.
Mr. Nlver. accompanied br a companion,
was driving rather rapidly around
th curve at 153dtit and Seventh avenue,
wnen t wagon tlpied paitlr over, frighten
ing the hme. which suddenly Increased It
Peed. The driver was pulled out of hi teat
and 111 to th attest stunned. A poilctinan
1 stopped In bora. Mr Nlver wa rioovd to
th Manhattan Hospital, whtr ha soon r-
I galacd oouscloutniA.
How He Wat Cered of Catarrh bi Doctors
ttcCoj ui Snow.
An OM Newetmatr Mas at Thl Cltr TV ha
Hereed Tare Tersaa la th Beace of
On ef Ibe beat know old time nVsVtntper rata and
pellttctane t thle city I John Kaer. who Ilrst at
St Jehn'e Hone, rortr-nlnth llreet and Broad
war, ref thlrtjon year ha was connected
with Ih Hall and Express, ror twentr-Ave yeara he
had charts ot the elrcolatlnn ot thaesper. rer tlx
year he reported all tbe arrivals at the hotels, which
necestltaled his belnt onl I all sorte ot weather.
Mr. Ceersn asldi "t took an active part In the differ
ent campaigns, and t contracted colds whleh war
nedeeied, which, loftther with tha mental
etrala, roanlted la catarrh and nervous prostra
tion. 1 consulted prominent cbreletans. who did
all ther conld for ma, but ther failed to care
me. As a laat hops. I called on Poclors McCor and
Snow oaths 21st ef January ot ihla year, and after
three moatha' treatment 1 feet tboroarbly welt srala.
and honattly believe that I am permanently cared."
A MONTH'S TREATMENT FREE.
No eaatlor what atlaaaee r allaaeat jotl
nay have. IT job apelr In a-rsoa at tha
aaae of Jo?tor McCoy as Haovr, aa sad
after Ibta dale, you will reeelva eaaaalla.
tloat advlee a tharoagh allagnele ef yoar
enact aad ana asnulh'a tratraaate tacladlaa;
all iieerasnry atedllaa, free oTall ekartes.
Th Tana I.laer fHlaehholae Cltr Tawed
lata Hi. Jahn'a.
Bt. Jonx's. N. F , June 0. The Furneii liner
Stockholm Cltr. Capt, Illchardt, bound from
Boston for Havre, via London, had th bottom
blown ostof hsr low-pressure cylinder on Sun
day night when sh wa 4&0 mile southeast
of here. Sh lay helpless until Tuesday noon,
wheat the German eteamer Barman. Capt.
rtern, from Hamburg for Philadelphia,
with elghtr-one passengers and a general
car"), sighted hsr and took her In tow, arriv
ing here yesterdsy. The steamer FQrst Bis
markalao pasttd her, but did not recognize
her ilgnal. The Stockholm Cltr bad to ute oil
all dar owing to the atormr weather. Tha
Barmen refilled her coal bunkers and resumed
her vorage to-dar.
The Stockholm Cltr has 370 cattle and a
general cargo. Including a large quantltrof
dead most. It will be nscessarr to land and
sell th meat owing to the difficulty ot trans
shipment. The csttle will also hate to be
Ian led for pasturage, as ths steamer Is likely
to be detained for three weeks. It being neces
sary to got a new cylinder from Kngland. Tha
ship la not damaged and the cattle are all well.
The British steamer Thames. Capt, Coull
lard, tea days from Montreal for this port, ar
rived to-day with a general cargj and a dock
load of cattle. Yesterday daring a tierce gala
tbe ehlpwat, compelled to lay to eight hours
off Cape Fine. 'J he sons swept tier decks,
carrying overboard ten head of oattle and all
loose doc gear and causing sundry damages.
Tha llr.tlsh schooner Llmo, Capt. Footo.
nine day from Boston for bt. John's wltn a
f:eneral cargo, while entering th harbor col
Ided with another vessel and carried away
jlbhooiu and hoadgear.
The crew of the wrecked stsamer Texas are
here. Nothing of the stoamer now remain
above water but her machinery. The whole
oargolsdectroyed. There will be a marina
court ot Inquiry next week.
NtotKvKi, June u The steamer Drameltan.
Capt. Cowell. from Shanghai for Tacoma. be
fore reported aahor and badly damaged at
N'nkashlma, hat been floated and towed to
l.oMioK, June Ik The tteamcr Windsor,
from the i'hlllpplne Islands. June 1, for Dela
ware Breakwater, la ashore off ctulu Island la
th Indian Uuean. Her fore hold hat been
washed out and hr main bold I leaking. Her
after hold I Intact, bh I lying in an ex
tremely critical position and will probably b
a total wreck. Her cargo may be aaved. though
competent aaalatanc 1 not obtainable.
D.vrd lata lb Mud and Black Ther.
Frederick Wendel. aged 10 rears, whose
parents live at 122 Johnson avenue, Wllllams
burgh. went to Newtown Creek, at the head of
Johnson avenue, yesterday afternoon to bathe.
He dived from a pier into tha water, and did
not rise to the surface again. An unsuccess
ful search was made for him. When the tide
fell Hitnlel Hunt found hit body sticking head
ilrst in the solt mud. lor year past, about
this season, boy who have gone In swimming
In Newtown Creek have been suffocated or
drowned In the soft mud.
Th Flaod-baaad CiearaleatBtat.
Vancouver. B. C. Jun 0. The tamhlp
Queen, bound tor Alaaka. called here to take
on board the Itaymond excursion tartr from
Boston, erroneously reported to have been
wiecked. The excuralontata are still flood
bound, and as there was no chance for tbeir
get Ing through from Ilsnlt for a week at least
the tjueea satlsd for Alaska without them.
Sobbed ftaak al Sl.OOO.
CiBRipor.. Ont., June a This morning
burglars entered the office 0! Gould A Brother.
Erlvste bankers, pried off the vault door, and
lew open a email cteel safe, from whloh ther
secured about t, Ooo. There is no clue.
retr weather coatlnned jetterday over ths eaattra
ball ef Ibe country with a tllfhl Inereaae of heat,
Tbe blah preaaure centre waa over Ibe aouth Atlanllo
Slates, with onlr alight movement,
Tbe norm oeer the NortLweil has remained about
ttslloaarr and appears to ba losing snerrri at any
rate, II la likely 10 ba cro wdod northward br an area ef
high preaaure pushing- ever the meuntalna from the
In Iblt cltr th dty waa fair; big boil omelet temper
ature "d". lowest 67. wlndaouthwaat; average veloo
tly. 13 inllet an hour, hiatdliy, 77 par cent . barome
ter corrected to road to ara level at 8 A. at, SO 11 8
r 1L, 3U0.
TL thermometer at Perry's pbarmaey la Ts Be
bunding record rd the temperature yaaterday aafollowai
JAM jgse. lt3. ItH.
SAM .... e tk s. to r. M,.,..0o tti
ca.m tii ar.vt ... 7o mo
WA.at UJ U7 lif U. ... rlti 7
12 a ... . ;i 73 UXl 70
Ateragssa Juooll. 18KS. CiV
wasi.isi.roa roetcisi roa acinar
for New 1-sg'aad. fair; soulhwoK ta watt winds.
ivt nAin uf 011.010. rN.srlira4 eatlfa JVtie Ti,
aaatna e.r'csaui, ad 'W 'reey, IUuarf. Ansryfal,
Oed Viryt.ii. 0i , 0tfy wis'w.r, ensiAie-al WIS b.
ror western -New lork, fair; slightly warmer, aseopl
atatlouary Ismpcrsiure In the tlctsity of Bocbsstor;
A MONTH'S TREATMENT FREE. ,1 J
Doctors McCoy mil Snow's Otfor.Wltl.arts M 'l
etudes Free MediCrtrOt it Well. fl ill
Th Proralal SVjnaleai TThlth Marfcae, 8 H
Ih Case ef Mr. Xtes. a Blaaraaeeel psB ?aaal
Ik Deetnrs. . 7lC Vaaai
Hart ar the prominent tympltm whlek aark4 'Jyt 'aaa!
lbs cat of Mr. Ksagan at diagnosed by Ike dta I Wafl
Do ttieio apply lo your eaeet jl Xaaal
"Areyou rervonar' 'Sjr '3IH
"Ar yea dejected f -rf -gH
"tlaveyoo aeoaghr if M
"it your thrett acre r , I ; J H
"tayonreyealght peorf" Hi aaai
"layonr memory boor r 'f'aaai
"Ii your appelllo poor 1" 'fli, C -aaai
"Do yen hawk aadaplir ifvaW SM
"layonr atomsth weak r Vaal ajaaaal
"Ar your eye watery r 'iJpB aaaai
"D yon have hsadsohesr W-B 'alcaai
"Have yea lost ambition f 'oaal ieBaaaai
"Deyon lata cold oaillyr UjgaPJ aaaal
"Do you haresearlbornr Jaaal 'Jeaaai
"Ar joo dnllandstopldr faaaal 4eaaai
"Irr nstltopDd np t" iuPaaf oaaa!
" ta It always full of scabs r itH 'dlfaPJ
"teronr breath ofTeniirer' ciaaaai 'taai
"Areyonr bewela eoatlver aaaal '13iaal
"layonr hearing affected r IPl 'Saaai
"Do )0u hat giddy tpslla T" IVM tH
"D yeu hare sbootlnc bains f 4faB 'Xaaaal
"Doeslireaeem ablgknrdent 'igJgM i.'4H
"Ar you cranky and Irritable f sRH '"fjaaai
"le your throat easily Irritated P rtaanW taaal
"Are you sleaplaea and reatleaa r 9B Paaaai
"Do you wake up tired tad dull t" Hg J '-aanni
"Do yon have pain In your baekr I 'isaH
"Do you bv smothering attack r" ft I ''ggH
"Deyon hav nnpleaaant dream! 2e? I iH
"Hav yon ever had nlahtawaataP' - , 'eH
"Do yon bare ringing in ;onr eater .;. ( k
"Do yon feel alck at yonr stomach r ''ananl
"leor tongue frsQuentlr coatcdr Aci H
Deyoo have rearing In your head r '.8' .' H
" D ron feat oppressed attar eatlngr" ;j 'aal
"Hav you got that all gon feeling P -1 aaaa!
"Do ron get confuted In reur Ideas r -ef Xaaaal
"Do yon bare palpitation of Ihehearlf t 55" jH
"Iejeur mouth full efallme open rlilngr hi ''H
DOCTORS M'COY AND SNOW, I
Omcea nrner dd alreat and Madlaa ?S ' aaaal
aveanee oppnelta th Oraa4 s5ealra4 Jwe. T.1 aaaa!
pote sad eoraar 14th tret as BreaeV '", i 11
wa', Donaeetl Ncnlac kdathla Ball. jt iggggaj
Inc. New York. Ir yen live at m dlataae. -i ggggj
writ for a ayiayl blaak. Addraaa all 11 ggggLsj
latter to th Misdlsoa avoane ataee, OBe ,9 uIIaH
hours, 0 to 1 and t to aad to olallr, 'il VfH
rsnndaya, IO o'elnela A. M. to 4 a'elnah I. Ms II '-'aBai
" .-ii a ejl btBB
V1I1IVAICT. E ' SftS
Cyrut W. Floid dltd at bla rssldne. 100 sj M
West Blxtr-Ofth street, at 3 o'clock resterdar , E tkH
afternoon of ooasumotlon. air. Field was th i nilaa
rouneestson at the-late Crru W. Field, and ',, .-. H
was born at Mr. Field's rccldene In Qramcrcr '".' si H
Park on March 1C. 1857. lie entered Williams ".i jc
Collese In 1875. and wt graduated four rears J.t 'jggggPJ
later. A year after lsavlns ooIIcec he married 1 h
Buean M. Andrews, daurhter of Ik R. Andrews .. "B
of North Adams. Matt. II came ta this eltr m VbH
an I wentlnto butlneti ss a stock broker. In V ')H
the failure of the firm ot Field, Llndler. T H
WIechers X Co., of which his brother. Ed- 'bbb
ward 31. Field, was senior member, h loot :'H
most of his fortune, nnd shortlr after- :bbb
ward applied to President Harrison for CftH
an office. After Tresldsnt Garfield's death 'jH
Cyrus V. Field. Sr.. started a fund for Mrs. 'jH
Garfield and hr children, and hlmsslf con- Ibbb
trlbu d liberally. When the Fields metwlik ','i VJP.H
reverses. Mrs. Garfield exerted her lnfluane ' IIH
to procure for youne Field a political appoint- i ' H
ment, and on Julr 0.1802. Tretldent Harrl- . ' ;, M
ton appointod him Consul at Brunswick. j fljPjH
Germany. Uo returned on tbe appointment ; ' H
of hlc successor. On the way baok Mr. Field ' j pjPjH
stopped In London to visit friends and ther pH
caUBht a cold, which developed Into eonsump- ; H
tlon. Mr. ricld's life was Insured for $05,000. ' H
lie leaves a daushtor, Marr S. Flsld. i i BJ
who Is 12 rear old. The funeral will take ,; H
piaca from tha Church of tho Incarnation. , H
Thlrtr-fllth street and Madison avenue, on H
Tuesday mornlnc at 0:30 o'clock. The bodr I , AsH
will tie taken to horth Adams aad put In th fjSjKsJ
Andrews vault. J pH
The Itlirht Itev. Lord Arthur Charles TIerver. K ABai
I). U. lllshop of l)4th and Wells, who died res jH
terdar In lisslnirstoke. Hants, was born on Lbbb
Auz. JO. 1HOM. He was th fourth son ot th (Ls(BV
first Maniuls of llrittoL A msmbsr ot th J 1
Ism lr wat the famous Lord Herver. the Sporu ' f-KsB
of Tope, nho, with his Immediate relatives. iBBal
was so peculiar as well as Kilted that Iji tr ) . JaBai
Marr Montaeu s.vld the human race waa dl- V H
vlded into men. women, and Herver. IllshoD 'j -..?
Hsrvey wa educated at F.ton and Trinity Col- I ggggg
loir, (.'ambrldee. On being graduated with 4 'H
honor in 1KIO he took ordrs and bld 3? Pafl
arountrr curacr torn rear. H became rector St ggggafl
of Ickworth. suffollr. n ilvlne In tbe sift of his i H
father, In 1KI'.'. and the followlnp; year received bTB
from th- came couree th adjacent livlnrot H
llornlncelK-ath. He wa promoted to the Aroh- ((a8J
deaconrrof midburr In Itstfi and in IKOliwa , fH
mad, on the recommendation of Mr. Glad- i T(a8(-
tone. Illshon of Hath and Well, if was con- fH
acratd In Westminster Atibor. He became I
consptcuouc as nn opponent of the extreme . 1 IH
lllch Church partr. and had a Pontrovrr , ?
with Archdeacon Denlson In 1H71-V! on th j - IffffB
subject of symbolic obstryance In th cele- ; B-KsJ
bratlon of th eucharlat. lllahop IIrvr pub- ), IasB
llslied a number of volume of rmena and B
work nn ralleiout subjects. He waa on ef B
the revisers of the Did Testament and aeon-
trioutor to llr. Smith s "Ulotlonarr ot th ; "
Henrr ClarKvant. who died oil Friday at hi ' -KH
home at 1-'- Itutlcdce street. Wllllamsbursrh. fggggB
whs a descendant of an old Puritan family 1 1 aBBB
which rettled In New Kneland. II was born .BBB
at Hallow. II. Me., on Deo. H. 1H10. and wo -KM
named Henrr Clay at th suttgMtlon ot an V .BBB
e'der brother, the Hon. George Lvanc, who BBBJ
repretentcd the bttte ot Maine In Coscrec , gggggB
and alto jn th Unltd State benat for manr 11 aBBB
rear, and waa an Intimate friend ot th Whir i I BbbI
stattman. IInry C. Evan studied law at ' 5 BBB
Ilowdotn College, but gav it up to ge Into ( tTBH
buin. II leaves a wife and on son. ' gggggVfd
Funeral cervices wsre held at tha realdene . BTH
last nlcht. Th interment will be private ana l' H
will take place to-morrow. . B
Despatches received resterdar announeed tKsBB
the death In Loa Aneelec. Cal. on Thursdar j
of l.mll llaberkorn. once the husband of llar H
caret slather, and formerlr conductor of th 8BBB
orchestra of th Union Hauare Theatre. HI ! fBBB
ago was X. Ilia marriage to MiasMather
took place In Iluftalo on Feb. 15. 1887. Th i t fftsBB
marriage wa aecriit. and the clergyman who . bBbJ
performed the ceremnnr got into troubi. from M gggBB
hi deslr to keep It from becoming known, for j BBBJ
not filing the certlfleat In the time required :
by law. They separated a lew rear Iatr. and . BBT
Miss Mather sot a divorce. BBJJ
I.ieut.-Col. Charles Hayes, Medical Director ,
of th First Hrlgsds. Ik I. M, died ouddsnlrot
heart dieses a hi residence In l'rovldtne msBBJ
on Friday evening, lis wa born at Nrtrt fBBBj
llerwicL-. Me., In IMtO. served In the rebellion
ss assistant anting sursoo. and practlttd In
Fall Itlver and In th Wt before gotag to H
Providence. He leaves a widow and thrc 1BJB
children I Pjfa
Jacob W.fichultt. a retired hardware raar- ; .
chant, died on Friday at hi hom. -05 Beker- j BBJB
raerhorn street. Ilrooklrn. In hit rslth rear. U j BBJB
erved a Alderman ot tb Filth ward In trat jTBJ
cltr in 1MH I', and wa tb oldt tSvath I BJB
ltegiment veteran at tbe time of hi dtatb. I JBJJ
Mrs. Alice llsmter. a niece of Andrew Jack- j , !,
con, died on Frl arat Ph'rnlz. Ark.. f aeui J tBjBfl
pneumonia. Her husband, now dsad, wa 1 BJI
Captain of the blxth New iork Cavalry. Sh ,1 JBI
was a Held nuraa during the civil war. Bh I BJBB
wat born in lHlilln Airier. I. pJBJJ
Alexander Domlnlck of th firm of Domlnlek I .KsJBj
A ilaff. tllverwar msnufaoturara. at btkl
Kroadwar. dld latt evening at his home, 62 jH
ttt Fifty-tlghth street. H
Dr Phillip II. Pfarre. houcephrslelanat th fja
Hrooklyn Hospital, died on Frldar at hit hom. JB-KsB
1UO Lincoln (dace. In hlc -!5th year. jVJjBJ
dr.inire h. Ingram, Prcsldsot of lha Bta ,-H
Firemen's Assoelstlon. died In Tror last even- IH
ing of Urlghl's disease. JJVJI
EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING. 9 I
A WILD ot'RAUBLK FOK BAKOAIbS. EVERY II1INO I0LU Ag ADVEttliKa 8KINO TU1I WITH V H
TOU AhD raovb IT. O.NE PttlCK TO all. cash orlhkpit. jjYJJ
Cegaat l4ipe e, per yard . SO ale. Halld Uek H'debeards M KsJH
Pailar Hull , llast sr riaeh. SCO OO Halld Oek I balra. 7 eta. ! VJ
ller of rrors, Hevrl flat. . IIS- SslU Oek Koeksre I1U ! -PJfS
Verchl Faldlai Ued HOC holld Oak Illalas Table CO , BBBJ
Parlor Tl.lee, ta4 . SS OO Halld Oak CulSoaalrr-e H
IHNDKEDd Or UTIIKB BAROAIK AT 0a TU1RD BELOW BEUIXAR. rRICES. rLATt rUtV ; I flffl
S.ISI1E0 COXI'IfcTE. M
ONE DOLLAR PER WEEK. :
J. Baumann & Bro. I
1,313 to 1.315 Third Ave., bet. 75th and 76th Sts. I
KTUIT. JUJK VATKU JV K. O CXBiB CAJthV On tjatardavre UU 18) r. M, 'i .tsJH
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