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, THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING; APRIL 25, 1894. ' 3 i
lldfiPlIIWEfi.
I He Saved Eleven Lives, and
I What if He Did Break
I the Lavs to Do It?
DAYS OF DANGER IN RIO HARBOR.
Pelxoto Had Laid an Embargo There
on Passengers, bnt These
Eleven Broke It
El POSE AS MEMBERS OF THE CREW.
Four Were Ladle and Flayed Stewardeisss
on the Ship Deloomyn Ho Pauengu
Lilt, Benoe Tremble Hero.
' When the steamship Dclcomyn reached
this port Saturday from Buenos Ayres
0, customs officer boarded her and sa
luted Capt. Thomas 11.. Keen. For a
minute or two they walked about the
deck, chatting, and then got down to
business. First the customs officer asked
for the passenger list.
"Han't any," replied the captain.
Now, the customs officer thought that
quite queer, for In his quick survey of
the ship ho had noticed four well-gowned
women on board. If they weren't pas
sengers, what were they? It made the
McKlnley tariff man suspicious. He
asked Capt. Keen for the crew list. The
captain showed It. Entered there were
the names of four women as steward
esses. Besides, there seemed to be more
men's names on the crew list than It
teemed the ship needed.
The customs officer couldn't under
stand the situation, and forthwith re
ported to Collector Kllbreth. A summons
was sent to Capt. Keen to appear at the
Custom-House and explain. Yesterday
he went before the Collector and told
his stor. a story that proves he Is a
right good captain, gallant and true, and
as worthy of song as Corcoran, K. C. B.
It was Feb. 25 when the Delcomyn
lifted anchor and started on her long
Journey northward from Buenos Ayres.
Some time before her sailing day three
ladles and Capt A. E. Goddard, of Chi
cago, United States Consular agent at
Ecuador, had applied to the Delcomyn's
agent for passage to New York City.
Both with an eye to business, and espe
cially with a desire to oblige the
ladles, the agent was quite willing to
enter them as passengers. Difficulty,
however, lay in the way of doing this.
This difficulty arose from the fact that
the ship would have to stop at Rio de
Janeiro. At that time Rio de Janeiro
was In the throes of the revolution
against Pelxoto, and one of the rules lm-
posed by those in charge of the port of
Rio de Janeiro was that no one should
be'.permlttcd totcome in or leave there on
any chip, In other words, there was an
cmbdigo on passenger business at that
rport.
The reason for this was that the Bra
zilian Governmen' feared that either rev
olutionists would succeed In getting Into
the city or that some whom the authori
ties Intended to punish would escape.
These facts the agent knew. He felt
that If the three ladles and Capt. God
dard went on board they might be seized
when they arrived at Rio and be de
tained there for a long time as suspects
or prisoners of war. This worried him,
especially in view of the fact that fever
was., raging at Rio. If the four passen
gers should be compelled to stuy in Rio
it would be dangerous for them.
The agent explained the situation to
the captain. Then both put their heads
together and consulted. The result wus
that the thiee ladles were told they could
have passage on the Delcomyn. And
Consular Agent Uoddard was counted In
also.
So It came to pass, when the ship left
Buenoi Ayres, that though she had no
passenger list, she had four pussengers,
and they were cabin passengers at that.
Almost . soon as the Delcomyn got
out of Buenos Ayres a gale arose. The
ship more than once was swept with
burying waves. Still the three women
were happ-', and they dreamed of Man
hattan Island and home. Consular
Agent Oodiard was happy, too, for he
is a good Chlcugo mun, and he wanted
s very much to hurry up und get within
railway distance of that town.
Not so was It with Capt. Keen. To be
sure, he and the agent at Buenos Ayres
had talked over ways and means for
protecting the women at Rio de Janeiro;
yet the captain had not finally decided
just what scheme he would adopt to
evadte the Brazilian officers, who he
I knew would search his vessel nt Illo for
buspected revolutionists. Therefore
I Capt. Keen had to do a great deal of
thinking and planning.
Thex days passed and soon the Del-
comyn was near the harbor of Rio.
Then Capt. Keen had a scheme ready
and explained it to his four tmsuppect-
Ing passengers. This part of the story
can be told In the captain's own words,
lust as he told It yesterduy to Collector
Kllbreth. Here Is what ho said:
"I heard how the Brazilians were
treating passengers on ships, so I said
to the folks I had on board that If they
J anted to save themselves they would
have to go in as part of the crew. The
ladles were willing to do nnylhlng, so I
told them to put on old dressen and get
themselves up as stewardesses and do
the work a stewardess would naturally
do. They didn't have nny time to
'ose in getting ready before the Bra
k zillan officers boarded us. That was on
B .March 6. I told Capt. Goddard, who Is
B an old sailor, to pretend he was the
B third mate, and I put 'em all on my
ship's papers as part of the crew.
B "Then I was ready for the Brazil
officers. They came aboard and searched
'I K" nn( low' anJ did a heap of ques-
I tlonlng, but the three ladles were busy
nil working In the cabins cleaning up things,
tU and they saw Mr. Goddard giving orders
? to some of the crew, and didn't suspect
ff anything wrong.
We had to stay at Rio twenty days.
-HI From Girlhood to Womanhood.
"Ml ..The change Is fraught with dangers. If
there bo pain, headache and nervous dls-
',1 turbanoes. or the geiorul health be poor,
J AVI the judicious uso of medicine is recom-
r.jH I tnonded. Dr. Tierce's Favorita Prescrin-
wJ Hon tbo tonic and nervine at this
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H iSsw cures fcmalo weak-
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It was terrible. We couldn't go ashore,
nor would they allow any one to come
aboard. When we finally drew in close
to the dock to get some of our cargo of
coffee, a Brazilian officer stood at the
gangways with drawn sword and re
fused to let any one pass.
"When I got ashore I couldn't get
back again. I had to go to the British
Consul and get an order from him, and
then It had to be signed by four Brazil
ian officials before I could get back on
my ship.
"At Rio the Consul begged me to help
him get a lady there away from the
city, where the fever was beginning to
rage. Lots of people were dying and he
feared for her. She was Mrs. Annie
Cushlng, widow of Capt. Cushlng. We
took tremendous chances In getting her
aboard the ship, but were not caught.
You see, the Rio authorities wouldn't
allow any one to leave the port for fear
some of the rebels or rebel sympathizers
would get away. 1 also manaied to
smuggle on board Louis Bonln, a Cana
dian and mate of a ship at Rio. His
eyes were In bad shape, and he needed
to get somewhere where he could get
proper care.
"But directly I got them on board I
explained that they must for their own
safety become a part of the crew. If I
had put them down as passengers they
vould have been taken off again. So
Mrs. Cushlng became a stewardess along
with the others, and Bonln was put
down on the ship's papers as part of
the crew. We kept a sharp outlook, and
whenever we saw the Brazilians coming
to make another examination of our
ship all the passengers would begin to
work at what they pretended to be hired
for.
"The day before we ailed five poor
devils got on board somehow. They must
have swam off .o us, and they begged
me to take them out of that hell hole.
I hadn't the heart to refuse, so I put
them down on the papers as part of the
ctew, and told them to keep hard at
work when the authorities boarded us
for a last Inspection.
"We passed through that otdeal the
next dny, and although the ship's papers
were looked over Beveral times, and
every nook and corner of the vessel
searched for refugees, the officers didn't
dtltct our fixing of the passengers as
part of the crew.
"When those fellows left us for good
and I got the Delcomyn out In blue
water onco more, those passengers and
poor devils who swam out to us all felt
as if they had a new lease on life. It
was Just like escaping from prison. Had
those women gone ashore they would
have died with the fever. And now you
know why I had 'em all down as crew
Instead of passengers."
Such is the story of Capt. Keen and
the Delcomyn und her passengers. Now
for a passenger list such as might have
been made uo if circumstances had been
different. Here it Is:
Mlia MAItY I1AKMAN, New York.
Itlu HELEN KEEQAN, New York.
Mr.. MVLIUS. New York.
A. E GODDARn. Chlcaio.
Mrs ANNIE CUSHINO,
LOUIS 1I0NIN, Canada.
These were all the cabin passengers.
The first three named women were those
who came on board at Buenos Ayres. In
formation 14 given of the others In that
part of Capt. Keen's narrative reported
above. The five men who swam to the
ship were three negroes and two white
men. After they had left Rio they were
practically steerage passengers. Last
Sunday the passengers were landed. The
five steerage men were taken to Ellis
Island.
Technically. Capt. Keen violated the
revenue laws In bringing in the passen
gers In the way he did. The offense is
punishable by a fine of $1,000.
"I am sorry I violated any law and I
don't want to be fined," said Capt. Keen
at the Custom House yesterday after
i noon, "but, fine or no fine, I'd do the
same thing again if the circumstances
were the same."
Capt. Keen told his story In Deputy
Collector Phelps's office, and several of
the customs officials were present.
When he finished Col. Phelps told him
that ho deserved the greatest praise
for what he had done for a lot of un
protected women at such great risk,
l and the other officials praised Capt.
Keen in the highest terms.
It didn't take Collector Kllbreth many
minutes to decide that it would be rank
injustice even to think of imposing a fine
on the big-hearted Englishman, and this
morning, when the Captain calls at tho
Collector's office, he will be commended
and not fined.
MI88 PINDLAY'B H0R8B RUNS AWAY.
Prof. Potter Oivei Chase, Is Dragged from
Ilia (Saddle and Badly Hart.
(Special to Tte World.)
MONTCLAIlt, April S4. -While Mlas Beasle
Fludlnr. dsughter of William Findlay, of
Orange Moad, and ITof. C. W, IVittor, a riding
m&ater, vterehoneback riding thli afternoon,
MUs Flndlay's hone took fright on l'ark
treet and ran away.
The riding-muter gaechao, camesbreait
of the frightened animal and aelied him by tho
bit. The homo gave hla head atuddertto
and a ragged tho profcor from hl aaddle to
tho ground. II U own horo ran o cr him. Tho
runaway wn stopped. The rldlng-mMterwai
unable to rle without aulntonce. Me was
badly hurt. Dm. Bopcr nd tirowu found that
both Wwero broken. Mr. Potter was taken
in an ambulance to ht aUbea on Montague
place. Mtu Vludlay wh uninjured.
t 9
AH Wha May Waat
furniture will well to vUlt at one Quo, C.
BiLH&CO
Have secured at very advan
tageous prices a special ship
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Japanese Rugs
comprising about three hundred I
pieces of odd designs and color
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for the furnishing of Summer
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will be disposed of at LESS
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prices (commencing to-morrow,
Wednesday, April 25th), a few
of which we mention below:
3 feet x 6 feet, 1.60
6 " x9 4.50
9 " xl2 ' 10.50
And a variety of other sizes at
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18th St., 19th St. and SiJjth flue.
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FALE3 OOING TO PRISON.
Hiss Wellington, of Tray, Ii Anxious to Qo
with Him.
Alden Fales, the boy murderer of
I Thomas Haydon, whose death sentence
I was recently commuted to Imprisonment
for life, will probably be taken to State
prison, at Trenton, by Sheriff Lehlbach,
this morning. The Sheriff lias kept tli."
exact time a secret. Mr. McOermlt, the
boy's counsel, paid him a farewell visit
at the Jail In Newark yesterday. He
I says that for the first time wince Fales's
I Imprisonment he seemed to realize his
position.
"Well, Allie, I came up to bid you good
by," sald'McUermlt.
"Qood-by," answered Fales, taking Mr.
McDermlt's hand. "I don't suppose I'll
ever see you again. I thank you for
what you have done for me. I didn't ex
pect this. I know I did a great wrong,
and did not suppose an exception would
be made in my case. 1 thank you all I
can for what you and Judge Henry did
for me."
Mr. McOermlt says the boy's eyes
filled with tears.
Miss Wellington, the attractive
stranger who has endeavored unsuccess
fully for several days to secure an In
i tervlew with Fales, made her last effort
yesterday. She failed to obtain an order
i from Judge Depue and neither Warden
i McMonagle nor Sheriff Lehlbach would
Sconsent to her request without one.
consent to go to Trenton on the same
i train that Fales takes.
Miss Wellington Is slender and dresses
In black. She is about twenty-one
years of age. Her manner Is thnt of a
rellned woman. Mr. McOermlt says she
came to him last Saturday afternoon
with an Introduction from Judge Henry,
and that she was Introduced to Judge
Henry by Senator James Smith, Jr., to
whom she had a letter from Senator
Murphy, of New York State.
Mr. McOermlt says she Is not a mor
bid curiosity seeker. She Interested her
self in Fules's case by reading in the
newspapers, and thought it wrong that
he should suffer the death penalty. She
tn the Court 'of Pardons, and has fol
lowed the case closely since the trial. It
Is understood thnt she had an acquaint
ance with members of the bar, w ho lent
an ear to her appeal. She has also had
i some correspondence with Fales since
i his conllnement In Jail. In disposing
I of nls personal effects he gave n ring to
her. She sought to present him with
some flowers and knick-knacks In per
son, but was not permitted.
Miss Wellington, although not obliged
to earn her living. Is said to he a stenog
rapher In the office of Judge Griffith, In
Troy. She Is a sisler of Mrs. Andrew
Adams, and Is with her while In New
ark at No. 31 Arch'' street. She will prob
ably follow Fales to Trenton to-day.
LOOKED UP THE POLICE WITNESSES.
Jtutice Hogan Accuiei Them of Perjury and
Baps the repartment.
Police Captain Cortriglit, of the Eld
ridge street station, recently raided the
hotel at No 33 Bowery as a disorderly
house and arrested Theodore Pohl, the
proprietor. The latter claimed that he
conducted a regularly licensed hotel, and
an examination was held before Justice
Hogan In tho Essex Market Court yes
terday. The police produced as witnesses
Adam Wtlslk, Charles Gardner and
Charles Schneider. They made such a
poor showing on cross-examination that
Justice Hogan ordered that they be de
tained to ascertain whether they had
told the truth regarding their employ
ment and their places of residence. In
each caie it "as found that they had
testified falsely, and they were placed
under errest on the charge of perjury.
The examination In the disorderly house
case was adjourned.
"i m whllng to help the police all I
can," said Justice Hogan, "but they
must not bring such witnesses before
me. It Is simply a waste of time. There
are 4,000 men on the police force, and
they sureyl need no outside help to do
their duty "
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47" Hal. Irlmmrd far 50c In ifar br.t
anil uio.l .iyll.li mnnnrr nben mnlrrlnl.
nr nurrbn.ed In our .llllllnrry Ilrpl. 0
HILL & CO.,
Slilh Atb., between 16th and 17th Sts.
LeBoutillierBros.
14 St.
150 pieces Figurod China Silks,
exclusive designs, over 40 colors,
in Binull, noat efl'octs,
25c
1100 piccos Kuporb Figured
Cbinn Silks, oxtrn wide, boat qual
ity, choice designs, black and col.
ored grounds, novor beforo sold
loss than $1.00, at
59
Fourteenth St.
FURS
Om Storage.
Fur and Fur Lined Garments,
Rugs and Furs of every description
Stored and Insured against damage
by Moths and Fire at very moderate
rates.
During the Spring and Summer,
alterations and repairs at exception
ally low prices.
Articles called tor free ol
charge in this City, Brooklyn,
Jersey City, Newark, Eliza
beth, Roselle, Cranford, West
field, Orange, Montclair, Mt.
Vernon, Yonkers, Dobbs
Ferry, lrvlngton, Tarrytown,
Sing Sing and Staten Island.
Stern Brothers,
West Twenty-third St.
EHRICH BROSil
We sell goods cheaper than any other house in the worldr i
and always have what we advertise. ,;
3 Grsaf Bargains i
IIP1IM llInftl TO-MORROW
MEN'S AND BOYS' mmSY i
PI nm I MP !r.syj" I
III II I HI Mil Greatest vnliio" in" Keal Kid i1
ULU I lllllUl Oloot ever offered, guaranteed '
prrfect-litting and warranted, i'
To-Mtiititow (,ii,i. hay) wi: T.hook, rj
SHAM. OITKIl SIMIi: SI'IICIAIj ' If?" gfc 5
VAI.l'KM. S3Z5
ACTI7A1, VALUE 1.99. j
BOYS' CLOTHING. ."Y'V r 1
oa,rw z Brocaded Taffeta Silks,
tSTi& M,In tf'liito design, with emaU, ' t
I pretty srotled cttecti, tho moqt k
Q QQ popular styles for this seasost ',
n:iigmfi( ent quality. They wet "ii
worth K-oo. f Sported to sell nt 1.50. ,j
2V) more Oultlf, p . ,v
ronslatlnir of Suit iMfetf'
ni'ii Kxtra I'.into, FVJT. m ,J
in.nle llli iloulila )
Kent an J knee, war- a a w m m m ma m tr
Kyirto10. WRAPPERS. I
Irom. at wmm bmh m WW Jf,
-. A A A..M.TOI P.3I. " Xi
0yO 'Wrappers and Spencer Houw $
Worth looo. Drobscs of Merrimno and AU(4 fit
Prints, in light, medium and dark M
7f4-l n, Cil4-n color', ni,ul VG17 i,rottily. 1
YOUtns Mills, S7c 1
sites 13 to 19 years. In all the new de- Bkff A 1 J T 4ft Y
slKns, In Cheviots and Homespuns, nunr- iV iMll W I a' " .?
anteed all wool and perfect tlttlnK Bar- 1IAIK3A1NK FOlt r( V
ments, none worth less than $11.00; our "f ""VJ TJ p s?"W
67I5 WEDNESDAY, ) 1
9a Ladies' Neckwear Dept' T.
MEN'S CLOTHING. BoHt Values Best Stylosk
Ladies' Silk and Laundered VVaistf,,I J;
f ai Jz Special Oflbnng for Wednegday 'r'P
Tf? xvxjk Vf Lot 1 Japoneso SHU Waist, m -'?
X.? rw Jwk Stripes, Dots and Figure.
Ms Ay h NA value 5.50, at S
f TirO liriJ ecEss: r 'I
Do you need a Suit or Overcoat? Our f-$ Ll't A7!V t ""'
9AQ gQ ff Lot. 2 Laundered Per -
,70 to BOaUU cille Waists, vnluo 2.25. J
represent a ravins of 33 per cent, from ?3P S BtatP, ''A
clothing storo prices. mW ,
SIXTH AVENUE AND TWENTY-THIRD 8T. 4
- y.
3tere
Bros,,
will olfer
To-Morrow, Wednesday,
Mean's
Flowing End Scarfs
Of Fine English (T E C
Basket Weave Silks, at y c)J
Actual value $1.50.
A full line of
Fancy Dress Shirts
with cuffs $ J 2 S
attached, at il O Out CXJ'
50 Doz.
Fine Zephyr Pajamas
at ocD
A choice assortment of
Negligee Shirts
and Pajamas
tn all fabrics at
moderate Prices,
West 23d St,
lt.STAHI.IMUU OVi:it SO YKAUS.
N.S.BRANN,
.IIANI'PAUTUKIM! JUHEM.KU,
231 Stli Ave., brlnrea XI. t and tid Nh
WlV'tlHIMs lnltl.1 ltlnr. Thero mru
RlkHs3BUM oth.r eoaallr irul bar-
wWttfeASMBlHV '.I' M.llorJ.r. given
IvlanBllU nroopt aueulloa. neud
(NatHHp.ur Uluttnud ntalo,
Mijtrf4t22iiiiiiiiii2a
Euoinui
nniuii i
BROS, j
Laces; j
Three lots of fine qua!- i
ity Pt. de Venise, butter i
color. Same being best v
values offered this sea-
son. i ;
Lot 1. Value 50c. ) Q fTG. t
to SI. OO yd. ftt..j J i
Lot 2. Value S1)CCC. J
toS2.00yd. at..( J J J
Lot 3.-Valuo $2)nflE )
toS3.00 yd. at..(y Q 1
SIXTH AVE. & 23D ST. i
Ml
,
SHAWLS. J
We, this week, eontluu
our sale of Spring and. ,
Suiniuer Sliawls at great I
reductions in price. V
Cashnieres, SI ; were S3
OliudtlaK, S2 ; wore S4. k
Striped Cluuldas, 82.00 2
each; reduced froniSO.OO.
Bordered ( huddas, 34
eacli ; reduced from ,88. i
Striped OttomaiiM S5.00
each; reduced from SIO. i
Striped i:xclu.siveHS8.flO h
each; reduced from $15. Wk
I 1'ei'siaiKs. Sf; were SIO, ,
Also, ai large uHHorimeitt 9
of India stripod Squat1 JM
and Lout; Shawls, HultaV M
1 hie for Travelling, at' very' '.
low cogt. , ' S
JAMES MtiGItEEKY & C. S
Urondway and tvltU,9n
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