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j THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING,' MARCH 22, IK)4. "' I
rebllsked ay ih. ree ruhll.kleg OoUF, U H U PAKE ROW. Kit lock. THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1894. BUBSCMPnONSTOTHBEVEXINGWORLD ( mclwltoo pomnot): rn month - - r TEAM - " Vol. 84 No. 11.002 i ' :r - Catered at the rvjex-OSlee at New Toes u eeca.1 Icl.u matter. JT P RANCH OPTICM: WORLD OPTOWN ornCX 1HT Broadway, w eea Mat Ml IM !.. New Terk. WOKLO HARLEM OrWCE UM at. and Ili4 ma BROOKLYN M WaabtntM at. PHILADELPHIA. Pi Inquirer OOre, t Chest I eUert. WASHINGTON T01 Htb street. OVER 433,000 PER DAY. t"Ntw York, "March 3, 1S9 " After a thorough examina "Hen of the circulation books, I "press-rrom reports, mail-room "reports, paper companies' bills "Jor amount of paper furnished, "orders from news companies " and newsdealers, we find that " the circulation of Thi World (morning and evening edvinns) "for the months of January I " and February, 189b, averaged ' "488,167 copies per day, and so "certify." J. Edward Slmmonm, Chairman. Thomaa L. Jamem, Sacrxexsra, A. B. Hepburn, E- W. Bloomlngdale, Henry Clew, Charles W. Day-ton. hbbebebbebejbbbbbbbeeeebbembbbbbbebeb OoL Brxecklnrldare's defense leaves him without any. Breckway'e day in ofllce should be , J numbered and few. Purerueton'a own doings are compass ing hla own undoing. , , The March lion baa been kept pretty la wall to hla cage thui far. il That Bland bill veto la pretty nearly O. due. The prompter the better. t4 Nw Tort's Police Commlaalon haa out- '' lived Its discretion. It had no uaefulnesa to outlive. It la a Sprint without a cholera , alarm, but It la, nevertheless, a Spring ; 4 durlnE which to keep good guard at j Quarantine. '. ; ' : When la a Superintendent not a Buper- j lntendent? When he la aubject to the arbitrary overruling of New York'a Po lice Commissioners. ,. If the United Btatea Senate w'll awake to Its duty, coming April thowers n.ny - yet Include one of blessings from nlae tariff leglalatlon. SupL Byrnes feela confident that the Fuller tragedy la no longer a mystery. He la not a man to Jump hastily to a conclusion of auch vital conaequenee. Baxos j.5 Good and earnest speakers are making an effective campaign against Furgue- aon at New Utrecht. But the nvan'a , ' own conduct, aa revealed, apeaka louder J yet In bis condemnation. ' ' Now that a Coroner's Jury has found 1 ' Bat" Shea responalble for the death of t Robert Robs, at Troy, the Investigation I should go right on to show who la re- I sponsible for Shea. r : 1 i Wealeyan atudents are to atudy j I "practical politics." There Is no lack ,''; of professors In this aclence. They do t not all teach by the book. Many of j them couldn't. But that la not always i In Itself a dlaadvantage. r i I ( Only the hand that freed the Chicago 1 Anarchlats from prison can now save Mayor Harrison's assassin from the gal lows. Altgcld being Btili Governor, Chicago Will breathe much easier after I i) Prendergaat la safely hanged t .-morrow. I ; Obedience to riatt dlctaMon at Al'iany means the sacrifice of Republican op portunlty. For that selftsn reason. If from no higher motive, .he majority In the two houaea at Ihe State Capitol should fsel impelled to s'nko o? the Tioga boss. Eight detectlvea are at work on the myatcry of 8uBle Martln'a murder. It may take the whole datBOtlVfl force ol j . the city, but the flenda responsible for that tragedy must he run down. It will not do to have such crime go unpunished I In New York. Too many generals spoil an army. )fM York wants hut one commander for her standing force of peace defender: I If the Legislature at Albany does Ha duty by the metropolis It will kill the Hl Partlaan Police Commission bill and sub stitute a measure giving the .-Superintendent the full powers appertaining to hlB title and office. K It la declared In public print, In Den- Bj vr' ht (iov. Walte Is planning an at- &, tack upon the city Hail In caao the S, Supreme Court decides asalnst him In tasaaj- 'he Police ami Fire if WfHffiJsi, JySi J'k' charge of conaplrncj agalnn the r'S "Wj)fLw i"ar" "f ""' '"' ll,'l siut.' can be M'Jm '& Wr Mm ,ir"v'n ,ne Governor should at once be U -mW md'' th'' of nummary ' $8r Ings. And a charge of audi a nature f jhT cannot be Ignored. It muat, In the In i j iereats of the affected community, lye If either refuted or sustained by evidence I ; If Gov. Walte Is plotting its alleged. I th culmination of hla genome will brlnp bloodshed and civil war. No man lit to be a Governor would, while In his rlrjht mind, conspire to such an end. The time to dispose of the printed i harft-e In pen ver and to thwart the Governor, If the charge la true, la the present time It la not the thing to wait uriil the war begins. NEW JERSEY MUDDLE ENDED. The Supreme Court of New Jersey has render.' 1 a deci'lnn favorable to fie regu larity and legal s'atus of the Republican Senate, and sustaining tlte validity of Mr. Rogera'a title of President of the Senate. The opinion is wrl't.'ii b) Chief Justice Beaslev, and Ih Concurred ,n by till the Justice! exrept Justice Abl.ef, who will prepare and file a dissenting opinion at a later day. The main points uf the decision are two. Firat, It eUftlRini the Jurisdiction of the Court and Its power 10 grant the writ of quo warranto under exist ing circumstances, while disclaiming the slightest legal faculty to supervise or In terfere with the l.gslatlve body when the latter doea not violate the prov.alons of the Constitution The second point Is that It sweeps away the claim that the Senate of New Jersey Is a continuous body. The common sens view of .he case Is that Whtctl the people best understand, and this Is In harmony with the decision of the Supreme Court. At the laat elec tion a certain number nf Senators were elected. The people chose a majority of Republican candt laics large enough wl.ett Joined over w.th the hold-over p. rtlon of the body to make the Senate Etepubll can. The Democrata happened to have a majority of the holl-over Senators, ami they Bought by some technical claims to Belie political control of the new Senate and to organise It In the Interest of tt.elr own party. On whatever ground thla policy was based, It was nothing more nor less than an attempt to thwart the will of Un people and to reverse the verdict ?f the ballot-box. The people said the new Senate ahould be Republican The Demo crata aald It should be Democratic. In sustaining the Repuollcani the Su preme Court has sustained the p-ople. Hence, the decision will meet the np proval of all but partisans A DANUBBOUB DEFENSE. The plaintiff's raae was cloBed yester day in the Pollard-Brecklnrldge trial for breach of promise, and the counsel for Col. Breckinridge, In an opening ad dreee. outlined to the Jury the defense on which their verdict would be asked. The boldness of the assertions made by the counsel occasioned Borne astonish ment In the court. The Jury were told that CoL Breckinridge claimed and would "corroborate by his solemn oath" not only that he had never made any promise of marriage to Miss Pollard, but that every advance In their guilty relations with each other had been made hy her to him; that he had never been told of her having become a mother through him until after the commence ment of the preaent eull. and that ahe had heraelf proposed to go to the Guess house with him, explaining that she knew the place. Unless these allegations are suscepti ble of unqueatlonnble proof. It will be moat unfortunate for the defendant that they have been made. No act with whl -h he la charged would. If clearly estab lished, be a hundredth part as repre hensible and dishonorable aa the ad vancement of such a plea unless strictly true. The thought will doubtleas occur to many, How could a mnn of honor have Introduced Miss Pollard to his friends of both sexea as a young woman of character and worth If her acts had been such as he now allegea? TROUBLE MAT BE EXPECTED. The Assembly paased the HI-Partisan Election Inspectors bill yesterdoy, pro viding for Boards of Election Inspec tors composed of two Republican and two Democratic Inspectors In all dis tricts of the State -that la, of on etjual division of file election Inspectors on political lines. A slgnlllcaiit amendment was made to the bill by Mr. Piatt's lieutenant In the Assembly before Its passage, The auc tion providing that the Inspectora should be taken from that political orKiinlta tlon which was recognized as "regular" by the lust State Convention of the party concerned waa atrlcken from the bill. The meaning of 'hla amendment Is plain. The Piatt faction bellevea that It will be beaten In the reorganliatlon buslneaa by the Ullas faction and will not obtain recognition by the next Re publican Convention. But Mr. Piatt 1 confident In hlB power to "work the wires" In the subsequent aelectlon of Inspectors of election, und he did not want the restrictive provision in the law on that uccnttnt. This means that the Platt-.M'.lhol'.an.l j faction la In for mischief and will con ! Untie the fight nftcr being beuten by the regular organization In the next State Convention. The battle In the G. O. P. must Mill go on. FEA8TIH0 IN CALIFORNIA. Mayor Ullroy and Chief Crolicr have met at Pasadena, Cal. They have not only met. but have dined together and j the event is regarded as of sufficiently public Importance to be made the sub ject of a telegraphic report to the New York press. The menu Is not given, but It was no doubt a iiood one. There was probably mock turtle to represent tho delusive hopes of the election Inspectors who so confidently expected the "pull" to protoot them from the consequencoa of their In dictments There may hive been strlpr-.l bass as a reminder of the political llshes CftUght In Ihe net uf Justice nnd Ian-lei In Stny Sing The game wits no doubt h'gh and the dessert satisfactory. if .ourse. the favorite wine was "ntuin." It It reported that after the bnmiuet both the Major and the boss start ',1 for New York, but while the Mayor Is expect. -d home It I- not thought Mr. t'rok. r will return at present, It Is slirnllhant that the Tammany magnates dined ut the home of Cot J tl. tin mi, the patent medicine million aire. THIS has led to the supposition thai they may have been s. -eking some remedy for the tils with which the or uainzatlon Is just now thrc-itene.l afi.l Which have excited the anxious fears of the lenders. Crooks t nuuM trlth IlurRlnra' Kit. tiiv .e lelstad PreM i I OSTUN. Mer.li H James M, . n. . ar , atel hlvf-lilne jean, an 1 Jenu, Malnea, Jr. taeic. fix 'ears !. two notorious frookl at, 1 e. -. lictft, irerr arres-eU here jnt-rfla. en e ..-;... : j In tl.e.r ho-aa una f-.uti1 a voliutCa eat .it th" f.n-el burglars' tor.la. f.r.ir eni.-lble met f-w nKltlnx aliventare. a lot nf pie.-., ware, a i.o of falaa kerf -'' a larat- pleee f n te.: allxtr The eld man haa eerveU tirteem years in lm Moaaarh.iaetla State Pri-en. . i.'l hie ton haa Cum our leara In the lluuae yf Corr-tlt,o. BnMEHnFiSsCLUE.! Ho Loaves New York in Soarch ' of Hi3 Missing Daughter. j Sho Bl opted from Airtrla with mi , Aliened AfflflTlcan Swlntllcr. I Psnker Paul Kndr-rf. of Vienna, Auk- I trls, after sevenl days' acarch for hla! missing dnugh.er I'Ye.l i. who v.nn In diu I to leave her home by an Amerll in Windier, has lett New York to follow tip n clue which be believes may lea i lo hla child's recovery, To avoid publicity which would lessen his chancea of finding the girl, Endorf has nni renortl the: case to Poll e RtodQuarters here, nor has he look, d over the Rogues' Gallery to Identify the man who took the girl t away. The cnr. Is In the hands of private dc- I tectlves, who, It Is s-nH. (insure Endorf that they can locute hl3 daughter readily. Miss Freda Endorf Is twenty yens of age, a ib-ml-hnirieue, t.f in.- Hum height ( and welgha about 15 p iun 1 Sae i at- , tractive in appearance, well educated, sneaking several languages, she took i with her besides t'O.tajJ of her father's j money, valuable Jewels of her own an 1 large and line warlrol.e W.ien she become: twon'. v- me years of ago she will be possessed of a larire fortune left her by a relative She his no, slaters, but aevernl brothers Attorney Sntnuel opp-irnettn. nf Kn N.i sau street, ti whom Mr. Knd rf pre- j sented letters of Introduction lat Mon day fr im Viennese friends, savs tint Endorf told him his dnuuiitcr left her hime seven weeki ago. The man site went away with wns about thirty-live years of age, good l. iking, well dressed and in t xi llent linguist At the club whera Endorf me- him the ft How was known us Itlr-hard Arm strong. After be.- mliiK acquainted with the Endorfs, he said Armstrong wns not hla right name; that he was in reality Edward Vanderbllt. a nephew of will lam K. Vandeibllt. who just then Hap pens I to tie yachting l.l the Medlterru ni'in. The bogus Vanderbllt represented him self us Immensely wealthy, and his spe cious lies Induced Miss Endorf to leave for America with him, v-hcre he assured her he would marry her. Me Insisted on her taking all the valuables she could lay her hunos on. Attorney t ii.penlielm said that Endorf wns of the opinion Hint Armstrong, lillns Vanderbllt, Is In reality a well-known all round confidence man named Kerr, but he was unable to (date how Entlorf had formed this conclusion. Sonie j ears ag i Kmt was Implicated with Benson, another all-round swindler, in a aoheme for selling bogus opt ra tickets In Mexico. Benson sold the Mexi cans $2". 000 worth of the tickets, was ar rested and brought to New York, where he committed suicide in the Tombs. The Kerr who was with Henson would now he much older than the man suspected by Endorf. He Is now at least forty-tlve years of age, und while very popular with mi n had no great hold over women. Endorf told Oppenhelm that he believed hla daughter hatl been hypnotized by her abductor, nnd that she was now being held a captive by hltn. Many of the detnlls of the case, as told ippenhelm by Endorf, are with held for the present by the attorney in order not to Interfere with the following up of the present clue. ETHEREAL MILDNESS NOW. Hut Look Oat for the Iminl Cold Simp Numlny op Motiilny. Halmy Spring zophyrB anil warm tem-pprutur-' will continue for a lny or two, ftcrorrtlnK to thi proKnostlratlnnn of Lo cal Fon-ruHt ufl.t-ial Dunn. The weather Ih mini throughout the Atlantic Htat"a. The temperature In New York was 5 at 8 o'clock, with a humidity of U, ami a IlKlit, lOUtherly Winds The mercury WM on the ascendant, and there were as many men without overcoats hh with them. Bolton had K degree!, and Buffalo W. New Orleans had 70 and Key Went "k degrees. But it was winter in the northwest While it rained in the territory ahout Chicago at a 42-deffrce temperature, It hitowed in Mlnnesota( l takota, Wyo ming. NehrnHka and Colorado, and the mercury stood at 8 degrees below icero in Wyoming, Weather history shows thut In the Last twi-nty yen.ru, with very few ex OeptlOllU, the 'losing week of March in New York has had a cold unrip, the mer cur Koing below the frees! ng point for two or three dayn, I-,ant year this Ppell beRiin March 87, hut ununlly It 1 a week earlier, and It I may come Sunday or Monday this year. WILL FIGHT TAMMANY. French, Itnlluu nnd Spitnlnh Amer- Iiiiiii Itruiiiil'lni;. To the numcrouH political org-inUnttons formed for the purpose of overthr iwlnp Tammany Hall has heen added the fa tin American t' rrm lTnlon( com- poHed of French. Spanish and Italian j citiiens. A ter.p.rary organization has 1 heen effected by the election of George P, I" Unin kih Chairman and Henry f,. Iluraler M Hecretarjv. The lenders 1 claim 10,000 vite I The Qerman -American Reform rnion, 1 1 which claims t' represent LUooo Oer- I man SHtl-TSmmany votes), has perfected organisation and adopted a constitution. That document provides lor a general committee "t 600, twenty from each ah- embiy district ni at. executive Ctmi mittee of 150, Temporsry neadquarten have been secure) at M Broadway, The 1'nlon will i M p rate with the i Q race-Pal rchtld va.ue Democracy, : H i.l..,in lver out Stolen. wtirn: pi mv3. x Y . Marcfe -? Dromm'i tatlnr Ktn'p mi RabbM itrMl din nun u n ter1! l tnitlan l' nicit inj tim oosta in oliKltng mi Rnstlnfa r.ioltt.o ovt " .t btlonttAI ' Mni i'-n. 'ii" ill km n kvrwtlw wr "i')i-ii i . . j af of i'nllfff M.-aiieii-t h OTWRMl tbtcb ht ltn loft in i!" ihi i f.r rrpmtra wu ihruwn oo i bo Hi i r :f, trtmplcu w b dit- burnlsr. itltK.MTM CSDITOR1AL, I'.'h Tlint B lOO IN In Hie Sorlnff. Ani iiik th unplttMSt thing! lhut nre I'liwtr.inn tb!i Iprlni ..- bombs, hummers ml b tl i : i Th"v sre U.ll UtclfM, ih hikS nt r-, lIIy (Ull- gstous - a:, tny Pu. i Trm-liiT nnil lrt:irhr. lr Hr'. - i lie l n (. ' ,'i-r not prss 'hsf pill t. le.t I, in rnl sslffsrsnr? It a ta,-hrr ' trsftib so f;i proichn Iwh n -t bow can Itbci rem -. i rtwsrdf - 'ii't( i Tlmci tn.l Aitsr Oil Deck. Sj-rltiK ! ,r, Thtrt ll to rt"'ill of tl. Thr voles of Adrian rosttsntlns Aasoe, touiiy pro ClaJmisaS ll11 l '' '':' A flacl OH ire pennant, la tai-anl In th Ian I -Chicago Hsrl1 id Originality Long Departed Pill Ky niniunii. that ht l r- BUklPI bll firsssll lour en Hit- I-'u'f plttfOfSl lie .s. t kr--w th.it that jfh ii lonstblng Of J rftMP nu! D - u n II rslj The luiiitcNt Harvlvtgg. Srr Nj ':, urOilna L'.rnrl a pUymitp it ' .c i!if VbKl thev il.Mirrl roun4 him In i' i i .. . . : von ai. ic ttiB'unct of the ! hf'i p Pfolutl t aUlpplOf 0 ' " aa tat el v ti' r if p ' I .in Pros i i i Rtnt - Mn it d i r of Blmpsoa li. i in il I The Poal la no! Ir-lltii.l t. hoUfVS th atorv ,... J--. r- llnpsoo has easts) a n.in to r:i l.im '"Mi. rf; (aU.-r" In prttate In or4sf hat j r vuti Dot tppMI i "Bfiiel shoe thi Fif: i deurib UuiuM ii fgm'srHiWlrtlnglsjS I'ost !! I HONEST TOM CAUGHT.' Ex-Oity Treasurer Tuite, of De troit, Baid to e a Thief. Charged with Embezzlement of Over $1 5,500 While in Office. Klcd When His Term Expired and Arrested Hire. Thomae P. Tulte. forty-four yenra ol-l. who two yeura ago, according to the po ll. , was City Treasurer of Detroit, Micb.i anu known to his constituents s lioru'st Toiti," waa a prisoner at Pollca, Heaflqunrtf rn thin morning . harged with rlffrnudlnR tho city of Detroit out of I1S.S22 52 while In oftloe t'.n-i c Tujte w-aa arresio.l last evening by lpte:tlvfs Aloncle and Formosa, of In spector McLaughlin's Staff, ns he. was ahout to boftr'l a frrry-lo:it nt the foot of Weat fine Hundred ami Thlrtl"th atr"et'. bounil for Port I.ee, where It la! Ball he had mini hla home. Tulle, who anya he la a alnglc man ' and n metal-worker, dechueil his Inno- I r.nce. He was taken to Pollre Head- I Quarters and locked up. The pollre nav I Hint Ttilte haa lived In lirooklyn, and1 that hla mall was directed to room 22, cooper L'nlon, occupied by some locltty, of which Tulte la asld to be a member. The prisoner, It la said, wns I'ltv Treasurer of Detroit for two terms. The laat one espirrd two years ago, Boon aft.-r he got out of office "Honest Tom," the Ideal of hla conatltuents, lUddenly disappeared, a fact which at once aroused suapicion. Aa a result the new Treasurer made n thorough examination of the books, and discovered a deficiency of JlS,!i22..'2. The Detroit officials aome weeks ago learned that Tulte was In New York A warrant wns sworn out and placed In the hands of Roundsman Charles B. Hard, of the Flrat District Court of De troit, whi delivered It to Inspector Mc Laughlin fcr execution live days ago. Detectives Alon.de and Formoan began a search and last evening ran arroaa Tulte nt Cooper l'nlon. They followed him to the Fort Lee ferry, where he was arrested. Chief of PollCS Btarkweather, of De troit, was notified last evening to send on requisition papers, Tultu was arraigned In Jefferson Mar ket Court thla morning. ae- BUSY NIGHT FOR DOCTORS. a Four Ambulance Gases Taken to Bellovuo Hospital. One I'M lent Complains of the Effect of a Gloss of Beer. The physicians of Bellevue Hospital were kept busy during the early houra thlu to .ruing. In addition to the large number of erdlnary coses, where the pa tients walked In, there were four am bulnncs cases that called for particular attention. At midnight an unknown man waa found by a policeman lying on the pave ment at Jane and Washington streets. He la about forty years old, five feet eluht Inches In height, sandy mustache, wearing a blue Jumper and Jeana trou aera. When removed to St. Vincent's Uoapltal a scalp wound which, It wan thought, he had receive I In falling was treated. Then he waa transferred to Ilellevur Hospital. Dr. Waters there ex amined the mnn and found that his skull wus fractured. Policeman White found another uncon scious man at 1.45 o'clock at Twenty ninth street and Fiurth avenue. At a nearby drugstore the man could not be restarad to conaclousness, so n BsUevus lloapi;al ambulance waa telephoned for. At ine hospital the man gave hla name aa Fred Koechler, jr., aged twenty-five years. He iBld he had been obliged to walk the streets all night, ana had taken a glass of beer, which had a pe-.-ullar effect on him. The hospital phy sicians believe he haa trouble with hla heart. Herman B. Oals. twenty -eight yeara old, n German barber, of 107 West Twra-iv-fourth atreet, waa found lnaane wan dering through Twenty-fifth street at 2 30 o'clock thla morning. He approached Policeman tllllan and aald: "They're after me." "WhoT" asked Olllan. "Why, two men without flesh. Don't you aee their white boneSt They have been boiled!" The policeman took him to the Weat Thirtieth atreet station. From there he I I waa removed to Hcllevue Hoetpltal, where ' he was pieced In Dr. Douglaaa'a charge ! lo the Insane pnvlllon. Frederick Kenwlck. forty years old. I wns taken from hla home. 240 Seventh avenue, lo tlellevue Hospital nt 4 o'clock i 1 tills morning, John MclCvoy. a liquor ! si. ire keeper at the same number, aald tc man wna very alck. The physlclma j say he la only suffering from nlcohollam. HAD A MIXED-ALE PARTY. i.niiior Ii.-. Hi, in..-.-!, ,l and Mr (.ism. Waa C'lakbed. At the Yorkvllle Police Court to-day Michael Devlin, Janitor of a flat nt 30.1 Weat Sixty-ninth street, was arraigned charged with having asanulted John Mc C.lynn. u tenant, with a club list night. Mclllynn was aomewhat Intoxicated, and had a mixed tile party In his ronnia. When the jAnltor ordered him to eenae his disturbance there waa a row. Devlin then struck McOlynn on the head with a club. A struggle followed, during which McGMynn'e wife tore the club out of the J.inltor'a gruap and belabored him with It. Devlin waa held for trial In 300 ball. STUDENTS AFTER DR. JESSE. Hsiiinilnn ut Missouri Inlver nil) lroslrlut Dcmnndfil. (Hy Aaao la(e1 Treat I'OM'MmA. Ha , March '. -Stii-lt-nts of the University have prsstntsO a.pstl tloi ti the Uoaru of ('urn ri ralnK that tho resifnat.tin of Ir. I?.so, Pros - j dent of the t'nlverslty, he I'mamle... , Tho portion hss 300 .gnat-ires, hut was Ign irel by the Board It said Dr. Jesse will resign, an! members of tho Ktcultv l.e.are if ht Uooi not they will not rem tin ulth the ri.Jverslty. Maud Leonard Arrested. Vfil I.e-nar-1. an a1 lege. 1 pnitTtetreu of a -lie -r-trrly 1". u at Tl) F h IfaSIML sa dell . iiy iuattst Koeh ts TorkTlllt court th.a Bsralsjj ' ! la 1100 nail (or trial. Ha was mrivi'l Inai ilgll I t' Dsiastlvai D'tvnohiie mi Usai ftn ivldsaas SMOftd Im I an, .n J u wili-ewn mmH )rhin. I Mlea ..cjucnl ivxi sr -i sjs tti,l I n ih '.iir nf i p'Tlal S-ar' r. for kepni a di pdtrl fcj'iae Would ol l'ii Ills Km re. (tdvard Ttfisr. a pt'.ano jvr, of :i East . SsrtHmm strest. was fat.4 (or trial is las 1 Yrt-kvlllt Totrt tdd.r on ih ha-re of SSMSI , na-1e by Es-N-h fnwler a MeSststaf on (he Pelt i : Una rasl Waantr, while In' .ce-.t K,,t .,. fstttSfa sr H '-. to n bis far and i "ftea th cvail.Kior triad to pst him iff b atrack I si I i ii iMini iiiiiiiairnasM iissw iism FLOWERS III PROFUSION. Early Spring Responsible for the Well-Stocked Markets, iorp;ootis Lilies and Roses for Which mtliT Prices Arc Obtained. BXccfttlng the mirserloa and klndergar tons the lovollost places tn New York this week sre tho flower ihopi. The hsrvest of 1l iomt" is record br en King Tho utlei sre overpowering In their beauty anl iweetnets; hyacinths are gOFgeoUr; rones nre voluptuous; pan alei have wide open. mlllna: faces, nnd mignonette -"mnn Uleul what mignon ette, " aa the Frem h buyers say tail nnd Rtrong as celery ( and every piece a bouejuel by itself. There are whole fields of Bnglllh vlo letBi with lllfen ,f tho valloy bStWSen, lust n they grow In Surrey. Th asterin la n white and fluffy nn the plumes thnr go to court, tho muttl-i camstloni, Mr as teacups, are iweet with the breath 01 lemon, nutmejr, almond nnd nllsnlce; the tulips, those lily-cups of Jewel colors. were never more regsl, nor the daffy -down -dll Ilea hslf a Intoxicating, .nd Such trees as the aaaleB make! You can have a dWArf plant no 1 imaer th'm your forearm, with so many pink buds and blossoms that the effect Is a red plant with n few jrreen leaves, or yu run have a plant as tall aa a broom all .spangled wltn "rofss." Some of the .M irK'ierltes. trimmed and pruned for drawtngroom. hull anil chan eel decoration, nre as high as the clerks w ho deliver inem. This profusion of plant life Is due en tirely to the weather. This Is Spring tlinp, April weath-T, Kastrtlde. and the year not y.-t ninety days old. Annunciation lilies came to town from the hlllM In Jersey and the meadows In the bosom of Chester County, with paper bonnets nnd cotton caps on thlr ex quisite heads. And they are arriving twice a day In thp same grotesque head- genr, not because there ih the least sus picion of the Joker, Jack Frost, but from force of habit. It was In the panicky seventies that Spring bgnn to get backward, and ever since, with but thrie exceptions, she has been tardy and deceitful. "She comes to lime about onc In ten years." an ol '. Illy, rose and mush room grower says, "and this Is her year; but wo laid In u lot of cotton batting and tissue paper, the w omen and little folks cut them Into squares and wo put them over tho buds, not because they were needed, but to get them out of the way." Notwithstanding the flush of flowers, tho fine weather and the good roada prices are up to the top notch. Now. as last year and the year of the bliz zard, Baster llllee are retailing at 25 cents per bud. A plant with three "cups' ts 75 cents; with four, fl, and no on. There Is not a nnny discount for the private buyer. Whatever terms may be md lo for tho church committee. Anv rotei worth having are 11.50 a dozen, and the choice varieties are 25 cents anil 50 cents apiece. Yon can buy an Ascot acarf, a red head duck, a box of sweet oranges or a pair of actin I shoos for the price of a bunch of double violets; single Parmas urt cheap enough, but who wants the scentless things? It coming t'lants are held at the same f.mcy priCfS that prevailed last Whi ter, and prims, ferns, "rubbers," Jeru salem cherries and all the choice foliage plants, the dealers will tell you are (.fOI Hbtt is, the price of luxuries. As a merchant In Sixth avenue said: "The public shouldn't begrudge us these prices. Business has been tough for sev eral seasons. Nobody made any money; those who didn't lose any were in hick. This Is the first early Spring In ten years, the supply Is Immense and the flowers matchless." The venders are abroad with wagon loads of blooming plants, ranging from a dime to a dollar; tho flower market will open In a day or two. and the small boys In Sixth avenue, between Four teenth and Thirty-third streets, with clusters of second-hand daffodils, lilies and rose, have come to stay, and by tsssier even ine nouses ana cnurcnes of New York will rejoice "In the beauty of the lilies. NBL.L NELSON. REVIVAL OF CAHENSLYISM. Humor Are Rife that the Policy ! Melon lii-lllnlnl. Every day brings fresh rumors that Cahenslytsm is being revived in the Newark Diocese, presided over by Blahop Wlgger, The latest authority for this statement is a priest who is said to be elope to Beton Hall. Tho late Father Corrlgan made a bitter flprht against the foreign policy, and at the lime of his death It was supposed that Cahenslytsm was deal beyond hope of resurrection. .Vow that it has been revived, it is expected that Mgr. Sntolll Will be called upon to adjust matters. An uninterested priest, who is In no way connected with the Newark Diocese, says that the new developments that have come to light In the diocese during the past few weeks sustain the charge of Cahonsyttsm. The same priest says that those clergvmen in the diocese whose views on Cahenslytsm do not coincide with those higher in authority are Incon venienced, have their titles tnken uway from them, their parishes divided among other priests, and, in some cases, charges preferred agalnat them for doing things which would otherwise have passed unnoticed. An admirer of Rishop Wlgger denies the reports in circulation. SHOULD RETURN TO AFRICA. vtiiiiriiuu -m r i iiiiM-iidiin Com meuda That (onrf to It Race. (.y Aaajrlated Prewa BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. March 22. -I Three thousand representative negroes from every part uf Alabama were in j attendance here yesterday upon tho State Convent. on recently called by Rev. A. J. Warner and others to consider I the ouesMon of emigration to Africa. I Tho depressed condition of ihe race and the fait that they were making no ! progress were exhausted. It was the sense of the meeting that I Africa being the natural home of the negro, those in this country should re ' turn to that continent as soon as poasl t bis und establish there a great nation I euch as tho whites had established in I America, It was agreed, however, that as the j while men bad brought the mgroes to America they ought to pay their fares back to their native land. Resolutions to that effect were passed WORLDLINGSt The rrlelral harp waa a tOftelSS ahell with airlnga sb1 a rnsa tt The tvarese mtmher of murrlen. In the t'nlte-1 Statei Ii ahout 4.000 a eir. there la an area of fully 1 00A 000 e-.u-ire nillen In i"a:iala lha haa neer teen explored. Sara Jrniea fteflnes negro aa a colored man an I a ntaerr aa ' a black raaral thai aieala rhlrkftit " Oralsa of what found In gayStlsS miiT.my raei liae teen kun to fiermlnate after Ivlng 'Ni-mant fcr inlrt centuries. What 1 1 known In VaSSttttlS aa the "cow tree f'irnlahea an eitel.ent Mi; 1 of irllk. not unlike ihat SlleS fOSaSI frum rowa. A tree that frnwi in Xla.ga.-ar. and la known aa ihe ' traveller a tr.t ) lelda frcm a pint to BtllOS of 'trlnkatile iter when tapped with a knife a warf oak and tin trwea art ri.itiv.tte. in fl'ni Vltl the reaull that1 It ts k (,,:,, to r I .t' i tr.'-a of thcae kmdi wblrh art n!v r. ISffceO alb An acre ol laoo will virM mora tn th war of food when planted with oananaa than wltk any I tBlBf la The pr Hlii'l nf an a re of Itananaa la , iu iiia a at snat aa Uat af aa acra kaL LETTERS. Thit mlnmn U open to ravryewf tate hot a romftltiint U motet, n frietnnr to mtHate. tnfor mntirm to oil a tvbtfrl of flearrol raereal to di4 .... or a psaVtf serrrrs (o acknowiclge, and vno "nn (iu Utt idro. Into If than too wordi Long riuri ennnfit he prinfrt Protecdnn'e Danger. T-. Ifca Enor Tn "0 r, " Ihor unions ara only effeetlve wben the f..' major'ty nf wnekera ara emplnve.1 Mln work I. Iltrll ,Tlke, ara nenrle alwava lnat I .- Ih ,:r!ker .n1 unlnna bnken up You flos t prni..-t the anrkmen by a prnte live la rl IT. be , ai.se the mannfa. lurera an1 other piotet-tei em-pl-.err by i;nl'inc t.elher and p-.aealr.f Ihe ,lnea, nl ar. din and do alar.a their aorkmen IBIS aubmlnlon aa re-n aa they waat a rh.ra In the plunl.r taken from the people. If there waa no protection to manufarturera. rellnere. mine oanera. .- , employees In similar Induatrlea would It ne h!ahr aaics. atorekeepera would be i MiKel. and nuld afford, to par (belr help higher aires. aK Protertlon not only hurta the me-.-hanle, tut every other rlaea of employeea. aa well f ihe larae body of farmera The truat-formlnt. pro-e. led employers eq'ierj!, out of the people a tarns part of their earnlnaa on a, count of whl. b those monnpnllsta ran Hie In palarea, buy eoa'ly l rle a-bra" and palntlnna, aubaldlia neaatpera icr Ihe purpose of advocating protection, furalah ihe m-.nej for the celebrated ' blocka of flie." pay lobbvlsta, manipulate leflalaturM. e Sum ming up the case Protection ll) diminishes pro duction, 2) dlmtnlahea wages, by enabling pro tected Interests to dictate to their workmen, and worklnqmen In unprotected employmenta Buffer llkewlae. (31 Increaae the price of all commodities h- unireceaaarlly taxing materials entering Into the manufacture of home-made goods; (41 among many other meana of employment, it baa well nigh ruined American ahlpbulldtng. which ought to glva employment to hundreda of thmiaanda at the very hlftheet wagea; 5) It baa well nlgb ruined Amer I an ahlpplng and commerce, Ihua taking away aell-pald employment from other hundreda of thou aanda, to) It baa bmugbt about the preaent panic. aa well aa the one of 173. and the periodical entailer ones, and will rontlnua to do ao as long aa the arcureed protective system ahill be allowed lo hlle-ht the moat bleaaed country upon God'a foole'col. Abundant production. Mr. "O. O ." cauaea high wage., and not a few hundred abeete of printed paper, wrongly called a "protectee,' but rightly alcknamed a "stagnation" tariff A FREE TRADER. sprlnaT. fs the Editor: We grert thee. Spring, with Joy and topa! A new Ufa springs within our scope. The buds burst forth, the sua ahlnea brlgot. The air la clear a "tar. at night; V- feel again like daya of yore. When playing on another ebore. As children when we went to school. To atudy at a then bard rule; Wr aee the houae whera we were bora; We aaa the old familiar barn; We hear the lamba bleat oa tba hill; We amall the roae and daffodil ; Swoet flowera, we greet you once again; We cannot tell with tongue or pen How bright you are and full of life; It learea behind all rare and atrlfe. And once a year you eeem to nay: "If dark at night, 'twill aoon ba day." S'liTIA. 105 Weat Thirty-flret atreet Her llushnurl Make the Fire. To the Editor: In reply to Clara I would like to any that I I have been married more than twenty-two years and In Ihat time, except when he waa alek or at night work (ha. not been often), my husband haa always made the fire. And he can cook the breakfaat If necessary, and don't need any wrap per, or apron, and nobody that knowa him think, he i. a "molly." All honor to our H.yeretraw friend or any other man that make, an equal and not a alave of hla wife. I hare often thought when reading aome of your letter, that they muat come from women who nerer had a chance until late In life, and then with thankful heerta and submissive will. .It at man s feet and look up In hla fae and aay: "My Lord and Muter." Thi. I. .Igned by one who I. not ashamed that her huaband make, the fire. Mrs V. H. An Inionnl.e for Fixe Yeara. To the Editor: I .uffernd from Insomnia for flee yeara. At time. I longed to croc, the border line of aar-lty. where perpetual thought had taken me, and find reat even In madnesa. The disease might well be termed "one of the devil's torments." No phvalral or mental effort 1. going to correct It entirely, though a proper amount of healtsful. bodily exercise ought to be taken and the will expected to reprea. thoughta aa far a. It I. In the sufferer", power to do so. To "stop thinking" before It I. too lata to think, let "A. J. F." take .oo,!. nourishing food during the day being care ful It asreea with hlnv healthful, bodily exerctae Ihe muat not overfatigue himself) end two hour, before retiring a flfteen-graln aulfonal tablet Let th, aullonal be continued three weeka; atop two weeka. and If not relieved repeat. A glaaa of hot milk on going to bed would be beneficial. A FORMER BL'rFERER. The ncniillr. of the Mind. To the Editor: I have read "Theoaopblrt." opinion, and In answer to hla question, "Which do you prefer to be. an animal or a Ood?" I aay. a God as j auredly! nut, to become God-like. It la essential j lo purify the mind and body of all Impurltle.'; to ! overcome the animal paaalona. Meat eaters and liquor drinker, can never comprehend the beau ties aeen by the mind, by the aoul. that haa been. 1 through great atmaale aad much suffering. cleansed of everything that Is Impure. Could we but realise how beautiful life Is. what Inner peace, what happlneea la derived when tho spir itual alone, aad not the materialistic, la con atantly hoped for and eoneldered! F.'S Pl'PIL. The Cost of Woman's Dress. To Ihe Editor: Ten dollar, a year may drees a woman, pro viding there are left-over garmenta. to begin with On. atuff dreas. 2:. centa per yard, all yard, nnd trimming. ,1; two pair, ahoea, 11 fin. boae, 40 ren:e; underwear, 13: the balance for a hat. Nov, there la no cloak yet. With lie or 1X0 a year one could be very comfortable and look well, too. Any aelf-aacrlflrlng. respectable, contented mind will not pine for style. It la not a good plan to relate one's economy to the public ; It haa an evil tendency lo reduce our allowance. E R. O. The Job la Too ills for l. To the Editor: In Ihe namo of suffering mankind, may I pre time lo ask yon to eoe what you can do to abollah that abominable nuisance of high he's and I high feathers worn by womea la our theatres' It la a vlllalnoua outrage aad a festering abomina tion Every lime I attend the tbcatre I come out with a stiff neck dodging from aide to aide be hind one of these vlllalnoua hata, trying to catch j a gllmpee of the staae. Now. air (metaphorically apeaklng). on my bended knee. I Implore you. "Hhame them' Shime them out of It! It will be the bfggeat thing you have ever don or ran do." FAIR PLAY. The Real (aase. ! To the Edllyr: I It seems to me the real cauae Wli. genMemen din't glv their Mate With due regard to courteous law To glrla on .era of "I," or etreeta In Juat a tiny nutshell Ilea- (You've thought the aame yourself, perhaps,) They think, no doubt, If they don't rise, Th lidlca wll! alt oe tbelr lapa! LA TtH'CllE HANCOCK, mi Madlsoa avenue Won 1 in They Look Klee? To the Editor- l 1 would like to aak why It I that ladle, are allowed to keep their hat. . a la theatre. It I. ar oplaloo that tbey should be mads to bare their heada im- br:ng akull cap. cf sums sort How many reader, of "The Evening World have gore to it. theatre and ay.nt Ih evening swear-la- il thain.tflvaa) at ts lady with th high feathered hat. TIRED WILLIE, laraswlro, M. T. Nature's neat oif. Cilailstone aald to "The Wnrlil'a" Lon don corrrsponilent. a couple of yo.ira raro. that he conaldered "good digestion nature's b'at gift to man. Willi It. nothing Is Impoaslhle; without It. the greatest success Is worthless." Oood rlgrtlon not only leave" the mini clear and the nervous system placid, hut ao provides the physical and mental machinery with Its propelling power as to make thought aa natural as If It were a phyalcal function. And the moral of all this Is, eat wholesome foods and eat rlowly. Of l.laiit leoteh Tweed. This Is a pretty costume, suitable for enfly Sprlnrr. made In any of the new light Scotch tweeds. The skirt Is per fectly plain, the coat being made with a turn-down collar, and beyond the col lar wide pointed revers of tweed. The waistcoat Bketched with this costumi can of course (like all the vests de scribed here) be obtained acparately If desired. It Is made In various coloring. ' scrilnK (.rape Fruit. Orape fruit or. ahaddocks are beat served In the most simple way. Cut them In two across the carpela anil serve a half on eacn plate. When they are uaed as a course for dinner they are often prepared with wine and augar r-na aiiowea to stana some time in a cold place before aervlng. Cover each half with granule.ted lugar and pour as much sherry as. the shaddocks will absorb. lalnrr roxTder. If you must uae powder and It won't etli'k on, try this : Qet an ounce or two of cocoa butter costs about ten cents an ounce and looks like tallow. Rub It on your face brlskiy until the skin Is well creased. Take a soft linen cloth and rub the butter off and you will wonder where all the dirt came from; then repeat the process, this time rub bing the skin well after applying the butter. Again rub the face with the cloth and apply It vigorously. After that rub on the powder and your akin will feel like satin. You can uae It on the neck and arms the same way ami It Is not likely to rub off and make your skin look ahlny. Cocoa butter Is a good ekln food and la harmless. Rnsjllah Monkey Have ready one cupful of stale bread crumbs, which have been soaked In one cupful of milk for fifteen minutes. Put a heaping tablespoonful of butter tn the chafing-dish and when melted add half a cupful of mild cheese, cut fine. Stir until the cheese is melted. Turn slowly Into the melted cheese the crumbs, to which have been added one beaten egg, salt and cayenne. Cook three minutes and serve on toast. What Caase. Red llnlr? Science explains the phenomenon of red hair thus: It Is caused by a super abundance of Iron In the blood. This It Is that Imparts the vigor, the Haa tlclty, the great vitality, the overflowing and thoroughly healthy animal life that runs riot through the veins of the ruddy haired, and this strong, sentient animal life la what renders them more Intense In all their emottana than their more languid felllow-creatures. The excess of Iron Is also the cause of freckles on the, peculiarly clear, white skin which al ways accompanies red hair. The skin Is abnormally sensitive to the action of the sun's rays, which not only bring out the little brown spots In abundance, but also burn like a mustard plaater, pro ducing a queer, creepy sensation, aa If the akin were wrinkled up. Kuuitirrn Tomaloea. Millions of tomatoes come through the i Savannah Steamer Company's docks every week. CaaeB hald about thirty two quarts. Qreen vegetables sell at (3 roae red at 13-60 and beefateak tomatoes at It. The green goods are put Into a close room, heated by a gaa stove; cracks are atopped with paper and In a couple of daya the commlaalon merchanta sell them for 14 or more. He can't be fooled, although the dealers are more gullible. i An all green vegetable will rot but never 'ripen; It haa been pulled before It) growth haa been completed. There must be a tinge of red to make them ovallable. Hllrer-Plnled Lobster C'rneka. Thla Is the beginning of the lobBter season, and dealers In table furniture are setting forth cracks, picks and acoopa. Lobster cracks are worth from 13 to K each, according to the quality of the plate; plcka are el.25 each, and scoops are about the same price. Genluaea nt the Table. The wlla, genluaee and beauties of nil ages have generally respected the rll-a of the table. Rossini. Onutler, Luther, Ml-hnil Angelo. Titian, Christopher North. Dumsa, Landor, Handel, Lamb, Drowning and aa many more aa you please of the world's flrat blood were men of keen, natural appetite and tl In crimination In good eating and drink ing. The best women -beauties, writers and savants knew the value of good food end wine, and they were creatures of wit, generosity and esprit. Napo- leon was absolutely piggish at table. He ate from the platters ami aervlce-dlshra with his fingers, got a surfeit from one course and then withdrew. Aa the world knowa I.e. died of a cancered stomach. Josephine was as dainty as a bird, and bo was Jeannle Welsh Carlvle. whll the crnlibed essayist and historian hatl 110 Btonmch. Wagner had nn Inflnltfl capacity for stewed fruits and bakfl meats, coffee and honey-cake, white b. I and black bread. H Iriinarer In Perfnmri, Women who arc fond of Indulging la etronp; perfumea should lemember that they aic decidedly Injurlius to the sens of nmell. By ihelr frequent use th secretory trlan.la of the noae and throat are overtaxed nnd weakened. One day th person notices that the hearing Is lesa acute than usual, nnd the sense of smell Seems dSfeCtlTw. This l.-. of course, put down to a cold, and but little i, thought of It. After a time the ontlr, head becomes affected, and there ar, threat nnd Iuiir complications which nre likely to end In chronic, If not fatal, Illness. Rinolllnr; Baits are a proline cause of deafness. All strong and pun. gent odora. particularly thoae which act upon ihe decretory proceases, shouhl be avoided as far aa possible. Excellent i.-Iiik. German houaevives, nnd pcrhaa others, make an excellent Icing for cak, without eggs. To a lull pound of pow dered sugar add the grated rind of aj orange, a tablesipoonful of boiling wattr and a Utile orange Juice enough tl moisten It thoroughly. ThU should b used at once, and when "set" will u found soft and very nice. An Exercise for the Shoulders. Directly under and In front of thi arms often come ugly hollowa, very dll tresslng to women who desire a prettj figure. Whnt can be done with this af fllctlon ? The muscles must be strennth ened and then these ho'.lows will grad ually fill up. Bvary morning and nigh go through this exercise : Advance one foot nnd stand with th weight on it. Inhale slowly, and, retain lug the breath, rapidly swing, the arm forward, up and backward In large cir clea, ns nearly perfect and parallel t each other as possible. Make from fiv to ten rotutlons. then discontinue an exhale. Repeat this exercise severa times with each foot advanced, altei r.ntely. Take good care not to bend th torso or to crane the neck. Keep th chest high nnd the head well poised. Texus linked I'otntoea. Mash and BSOOOn with pepper and gait some good Irish potatoes. Mince a larg, onion fine, mix thoroughly with the po tatoes and bake in a brisk oven. Look tin! for "I'latrd" l-'i-nn. Green grocers have a bid habit of pick ing over fruits and vegetahlea. It 111 common practice to put the old groat in freah lined 1 oxes and spread a layer of fresh, crisp berries or greens on ton This Is called "plated" goods. Just not strawberries, beans, peas, tomatoes beets, aprouta and greens are undergolr. very heavy "plate." Ho are the orarget Boxes that are sold on Saturday at about $2.50 are so shamefully "plated" that be tween forty and fifty of the 136 are loal to the buyer. The most audacious trudt In "plated" fruit Is carried on by thi peddlerB, who load their wagons wltS spoiled oranges and cover the top Witt "choice Indian Rivers." A Hint to IllacultMnkers. Biscuit made with an acid and ai alkali, auch as baking powder, soda and cream of tartar, or aoda and aour mlik should be baked In a very hot oven. Thi hotter It can be the better. An oven thai will color a piece of white paper darl brown In one minute will be none too hoi for this kind of blacult. Mrs. While's PrnrtlenI Charity. Mrs. Joseph M. White supplied th funds and the Children's Aid Soclct; Is about to start a farm school at Ken slco, Westchester County, where the fit ness of the big, wild boys of the clt streeta for country life will be tested prior to finding them homes In farmini districts. Holes will be left In the fenci for the convenient escape of those boyi who tire of the work, thit being con sldcred by the Society both cheaper am fairer all round than to waste monej sending them to farm-houoes. West ant South, where they do not want to gi and will not Btay after they get there Through the genefoslty of a ayrapathetl. woman, the noblest work In the charita blc world ha begun. Very icnVcllvr. Thla Is an effective costume, carrle out In a small brown and white sher. herd'a plnld chock, with a long coat a ranged with very full sleeves ar rounded fronts nnd pointed revera. For lo.)- Corner.. Sofa pillows are aa high In favor atl oa numerous ns they well can le. T many seem.i an Impossible term, at , they are piled temptingly everywh. i ! about. The neweat show deep frill I quite ten Inches wide, and nro coven j with the softest all);. If, aa aome crl les complain the luxury of tho cony co ner Is a temptation to withdraw out1 ! self ard a distinct detriment to faml, life, these pillows uie responsible ft j much harm. It woul 1 require a stolii and ii stoic of the eevpreet ajrt to wit ' it. nl I the silent Invliailon they ottii and It would require the most ortholl Qi.iker nf the till achool to realm t iKHi'lniiilnn of their I.- .cii colors a arllsliu desiuuh.