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I predicted that the arrangement for e fresh elec? tion ol President would break down at e critical moment have again been disappointed, ae they were In 188". Both m menti were crltli tl. At thoth the machinery ran smoothly. 1'ii-- of ihe chief peril* arose from M. Cashnlr Pei ? - nwllllngnese to be e candidate. The illation have nol been veiy clearly etati l, bul it is ni discredit to any man \? doubt bin ..wu competency for dealing with a situation - ., i au! difficult as thai of France tn preset mstan es I'."1 there ts t - : . p. Mid: If M. Caslmir-Perter ls n >t com* m. nobody :- c impetent. lt is now known ? ?? M. ('arno', ii , hal Judge of men, meani him t> i- his -u r*si :. Th- chief doubt about the < ti m aros.- fr.cn th- extra irdinary conduct of M. Dupuy in presenting himself i- a tndldate. l .v ta thought M Dupuy might detach Moder? ates enough t) preveni th- ch- ic- of M. Caslmlr I'-n-r ..u thi first ballot, and thar the latter miKht thea withdraw. The calumnies dung at ?ti Monday, Tuesday anl Wednesday hythe ter pre** . him ti" harm. Radical arri S -- rlallstlc opposition did mm ni harm. These lt ti h- were, In the eyes of Republicans, , e. many certificates to his fitness. His election .-I. the n*s- ballot by ? i ear majority of the w' de ? ogress reassures r.and reassures Em ipe Ii ..is. Infuriates tbs Bodalleta Thc number -. the Ch in ' r if Deputies | ide everybody uneasy, The uneasiness waa n | en it was seen that a man 111 g clallst, wa* willing I i be the late f mi n Wh i excused Valllant, M ? ii '.v a fanatic wh .-?- fanaticism leads him ? .rp'w mid Impracticable as j,.- |s bone* tl dally unsympa ethlng ?f the Robespierre in him. The ? R h IV- B I PUl lng M Caslm - Pellet as the jo ai ? i ?rl< mist reaction Tf there ls .my nae lion ll la n ?-?'nils', and M Caslmir-Perter ls most certainly n ?t the niau of any kind <?' r.-.< ~ tlon. ll- knows, as Thiers knew and sall, that tl,- Republl ? mu--: be c mservatlve or will -hoi be. France ls still Lefl Centre The S cia Hst lc Re ? ts an impossibility. Establish H to-mor? row, ?:. 1 it w .ul-1 .-ri1., tis th- Republic of 1S4S . l. i.-i th- triumph if despotism M i"iv::-.- Perter ls the Incarnation of that . l lil.- rty wi 1 h ls ;l.nly form of liberty .?-.il,'- : r a natl m bo impulsive as th* French, or permanently c mceivable f r any other nation. It ls tl American Idea which has root Jn M. Caeln.ir-Perier'a mind He ls I r icter of singular stability, willi ? . -'l statesmanship of which, since hs firm became President of thc Chamber sp i then Prime Minis ? r, he has given full pr f, he has ;-'.i wn a disinterested l*?votl >n rare in French i and not common any vin re. Thi i kn ?w bim :' ir a niau wh i will Riv.* ro quarter to tha' revolutionary vio? lence up n n'hl h all their bopca sra based, and kate him sccor tingly. Before hi-n Iles s contest, possibly a l -ni? anl arduous contest, with the forces han l-l toa. i -: social order. He needs courage, and has lt. i ?f course he hos t i fsee the possibility of assassination at the hands of some scoundrel whopi the Socialistic "Chronicle" of I. r, l .n will pr ibably des ribs aa his p dltlcal opponent?a ; 0 . ? that amazing Journal seem-1 a fia accumt of Bani ?'a attitude t . M. ("arnot. Th- French Senate has again shown what in fjuence f.r good lt wi.-lls. Analysis of thc In the Natl mal Assembly proves that M. Caslmir Perter owes ii'.s election to the Senate. The Re? publl an Benet >rs, 214 strong, voted for him In a i >f the Republican Deputies he bsd and thirty-seven of the "Rallied." There h in the (.'han ber over i I So lallsts. Rs llcsla Indeeortbal Heals might ha vs v bad f??' al Caslmir-Perter on tbs second and some Conservatives; bul t. compose a new Ministerial majority In the Chamber of Deputlea a comtd'i h. tween M i and the less extreme Radicals, M. Dupuy le bi ? position to effect this, and has then ask-.J lo f inn ,i new Ministry. G. W. S. SANTO WAS "CRAZY WITH DELIGHT." ^TRANSPORTS ur lill; TOl'MO ANARCHIST OR UlAltM.v.l THAT HE was to SLAT CARROT. Marseilles. Jun- SO.?A soldier dettilned In the military prison bare bsa furnished the autboritle* v-lth the details of tho i lot to kill President Carnot, which was - incocted at Cette, where the soldier waa stationed at the time He soya that after Valllant and Henry were -xecuted seven Al lsts, whose nani.? he irives, drew lots to dei Ide which of the nun, 1,er was to kill M. Cara it. Thv lot ff ll to Santo, whose real name, it ls now said. I* Santo Cesarto Tha assassin, the soldier de clares, was 'crazy with delight" at having drawn the prise iii the lottery ol mui i-r Lyons, J Santo has become somewhat more communicative, and has talk-.] with the jail? ers to-lay. He said he was surprised that he was not lynched Immediately after h- statii.e.i ;,; Carnot, Sevi i il minute* elapsed between the lee J ami tn\ srresl ' he added, "and if I had foreseen this 1 might ha.e escaped -imply by mingling with th.- crowd ot shouters, Instead of trving tu run away." London, Jun- M The ''eniral News correspond ent In Lyona says Santo ha* admitted that ,:ti Anarchist plot was formed In Marseilles to kill M. Carnot, and that he was selecti I by Jot to uo the deed. ON AN EXPLORING TRIP TO LABRADOR St. Jogn's. N F . .lune KV The acientlflc expedl* tlon headed bj Mesara Taber and Lloyd and other Americans l-ft here to lay by the steamer Swallow for Lab* el-.-, where they Intend spend lng thc num? il.-r exploring and examining valuable mineral de poslta Tl,.-.- trill make their headquarters neighborhood of Nata ihe party c insists of ti n Je-r.sotlH. The owners of th* steamer Palcon have d rot to ,i<x k her if that course would cans- an to th- peary expedition. Captain Harti-at thlnka tl tr* i- little r.l of it now, The ridging, spars and upper w-.rks have been overha lied and the ma? chinery will be inapected on Monday. Then khe will I?*!!! getting sr ire* aboard The members of the exp- Ut* I sporting facilities of the neighborhood. ITALIAN KLAUS TO DE AT HALF-MAST. Washington, .lone iq, Word nu.* been received lr, this Cttjr llmt trie Italian i'...v.-rrirn-rir timm .llre<-r.-,l that the Hags -n all italian Embassies and Con? sulate* t.' plsced s! half-mast to-morrow us a mark of reaped to thc- late President Can I France. _ _ REQUIEM MAM IN BORTON TO-DAT. Itost m. Jun- :. The french Consulate in this city aooouncea thal a requiem masa In memory ..f president Carnot will be celebrated to-morrow at noon in the french Church of Kfttre bam- des Vlctolrea, snd tiegi all Frenchmen and friends of Fiancs to attend. A REQUIEM MASS IN BROOKLYN. A solemn requiem mass ?m sung ot H o'clock yesterday morning st Bt Loals'a Roman Catholic Chunb. Eller) al . near Nostrand ave., Brooklyn, fur th- repos- of the soul Of the lute President t'arnot of PraaK ?? Th* altar was draped In mourning, and the tricolor of 1'i.ui ?. which was on the Gospel sid-, sad the Stars and Stripes, on th Bplstle -id- of the sanctuary, lightened the ?umhr rn,!,,. : with their brighter hue*. Th-} n | ^ as was ...Mated by C.moa Juies Joli..a. th Hood's5p>Cures ?'1 har* asea laking Rood*a Baraasaittta fo? ?..iii* Hm* sad ?V*T? Sos* h-lpj ni*. M\ tn Me soy, ?ix yaara old, )ih.| bots* .a ran f.-.-t ami he - Mild n..t wear say Bli .ea. Wbsrever tao jkin cracked tad *or-s wmji i un, j.r. Mirnalih pa acesOSI nf tba lia lu vina; b**a poaWd**] by Ivy, Man. r?-m? ll-- fatted <i i , him hiv ^.I Ptsally I ku him ant aft. Hood's Sarsaparilla Old .1 afoaaf Aft** lakSag two sottl** ie- wan *tiil**ly oan ' | and bia geaetal ?i*dth -.vim greatly i? m-iui-i ?? mks <? g. TtTfS. ,-i -nh tin.a/,ri. Pa. Bf, ll. If ysa rt*. I I. ti g.-t HseSTa rian??p*rilla do ret Iv* Induced r.. say any -ah?-r. Ilood'a I'HU ??? purely rag*tabla perfectly harm las*, aiwuy* i^t?jtl? au J l.-u.-n-laL re tor of the church, as celebrant. At the r n* clu*lon of the mass Ihe taual prayer* foi thi dead were chanted. Poul lari i i,- 'j w-r- .k nlted, and the celebrant and deacon reen prai -s which the ritual prescribe* for ? Piofei? u- augi -i lu1- hofl. th. intel eung 'i'- baaao part -?: tri- requiem, Mis- Mai ? itorr- soprano, and Miss Kosemary Roger?, alto Tic -hlef mourner a-as .M. Maurice Hellmsnn, \' : i ? ?? il the French Consulate at Ni w-\ - Krai ce Among those present arere M. Adrian \i ir tin, a descon fr.un Si Mary'a Seminar)', Baltimore lately from I.von--, Prance, who ha* i.n adopted bj Bishop Chapelle, of Santa !'?'-. ind Rev, Fran I* O'Hara, of Rrocklyn. Th- Attache of ihe Freni ? te waa attln d In deep mourning. FOR ll EB RE ss J NO A NA Rc II Y. EMPEROR WILLIAM AND M. HERBETTE FAVOR INTERNATIONAL ACTION. A PLAN SKETCHED AT T1U-: COMFEREXCE AT KIEL/ BPAtN WILLINA To TAKE Ttl'; INITIA? TIVE)?ATTITtTJE OP THE OERMAN L'P PER MIDDLE ' LASSES ARO SOCIAL? ISTS Ti iWAltli THE ANARCHISTS. I:, riin, Jun- M.- Emper ?? William ur iused pen eral int-r-st by his thr---hour conference yes terday w:'h M. Herbette, the Freni-h Ambassador, ah..arl th- Imperial yacht Hohensollern. Thc interview did not end with marking Germnny'e sympathy with France In mourning for M. Car not. lt had a practical sim, which has been revealed clearly since the French Ambassador's return from Kiel. Emperor William spoke, In the course of the interview, of the necessity of an Int-i national agreement of European Govern? ments against the Anarchists. The French Am? bassador is mid to have responded favorably for his Government, and to have sketched wi Emperor a plan "f Intematl mal action. Im? mediately upon the return of M Herbette I <-lty this morning, Chancellor von Caprlvl was summoned to Kiel by the Emperor, who had an hour'!* conference with him on f> -ard the ll- hen The Spanish Ami a ssa dor here hel I a long con? ference with Chancellor vu Caprtvi last night and expressed spain's willingness to take the Initiative In the anti-revolutionary movement. It ls understood thai the Chancellor mali . ? lerman law and , methods suffice to hold I ? k the forces - f ll- m not ready I i prop se anj sj . ; ti., isun - ? i he fsv rs Oermnny's iperatl n ?.iii the ?ri.-. Powers in nnj ference li 'king t ?a ird united action. The Ber Un dal Inv dve 1 In a -Hs -n- - ?; inti rn ttl nal n n ilatlons. Tl ?? "Natl mal /? Hut . ' National Lil ei i . ginee thi ?" ? yearn to extei opponents, ? pity. ls not an Intellectual moveiro nt, . .1 up hi aval, aa rt ? i be si ? n In the expel ' es. It ls a sod* ;? it i .- found thal S iclallsm a.i - ? \ . tl tl law* iralnst s ...... he Ho Ci il.-i - ought i ? be deporti d to .:--? rt pl I ? Tl ls languni reS I tl.pinion of the upper middle idaasee, who are nos ? \ , ate 1 with the S ? cl ii l ?em rats, whon ? ira the \ S ... ' ? tlc nev as -ve;-. Th ;: ,i:.m- rill suggest sympathy with the p ll '? ' aasai tl m Thus, the "8- Bia! I ?em kr ir" readers either I ? k?;? silent on the i better still, to di '?? penly 1 ? \- ireh Isl rn-rals lt says lt woul ll the Socialist ni w spai ? ? cheap angel of the boiirgi ??- pr--- ind brai I ? ur l:.ipp\ | . blind seal to use 1 - stem Wi of i m ii; ? . Talk of this kind, which tries ' ? raise n ? ? ju isl pei sons as thc height , Ooven nt ls kn..wn i Vntl-Sociallsi ? i- rlth M. Herb, tte ler, !'.::.;--f -r \\ ".. ? ? . . . lc "I Will the r gi thai M. -Taslmlr-Perier \\ I have full - In him. an ll thal he ; g > -.?! rel i tl ns bi ' ?? -n He has i ANTI-ANARCHIRT CRUSADE IN ITALY. HUNDRED" OP THREATENINU M-7TTEHS si > . KINO RUMHEHT AND I'hKMll K l I Rome lui moat eneri camps Ign haa I.i beg m bj I' ? , .nd as a result of it hunri r an 1 aa : , - bet ll imoei ? ? te of siege In S King - IN MEMORY OF Till-: DEAD PREHID1 HERA ICE TO ORAL Bl l'I.M|',N1 ll. 1 Ail.. Th- servl - ??> be ht I at fi Pati k's Cat at 2 ] " i. to da) ?- - u ? Archblsh ?p Corrigan duct- I by the ] fr un the ? .. of the Fathers of Mer ry. Thi re will i- no a apart from thi brief sen r T. V pastor of On Cbu.ch of Bl Vincent :? Pau sddltlo " ? mers aervl.f the I ('atholl. Church '.'i-i- Aili be an elaborate rn programme, sung bj tl ? do ible choir of the The lt- v V. 1 B io ir sri . off! . . Among tn- prominent m-rr I i wh .rn In I bi presi ? ?? ? are i; ivri Mayor Gilroy, Collector KUlbrvth, !? ?-??.--??? [i i. 'i .ni 1 the |u Igi : the H ipi ??? .- i mri Stati 1 -.- li latl ? ? a iv- bi en aem ? ? tins t' ? ' ? - .?..-.'?? wh the French I/ejfai w.i".-.:. -1 n to ( . : ? . lion to th tn.-ii orlaj Si r.-:-. Ti.- Ar >,' . ?, ., .. .. > ..,.. ('ail.-ir;., ?- ?:..- disposal of the priests ol Church or sr Vlnceni de Paul, because th* latter church :r not tai ge enough i - . bet ol Pren h residents of the Ity wi.-, maj ls ex,.te i tu attend the n . ? ? vice. Many sea's in the Cathedral will lr- reserved for ? lei. ifa--'- I r ?:.-? I ?-? I Ten h - -..-?:?> .-. eluding the Bo ?'?''? Pranc .-.-.- de ii.-.. tUmmo, i'-r-.e FranqaU le I'Maa-moiile, . Phi lan lhror.io.ue, L Alaa - Lorraine, [/Amitie: I. a La Praterni Ile i !o*m .j. .::?-, L'Cti in i ratei ?sis*, I.Tulon Alsaclenne, I i ar.-r-. L'nlon : lemo natlouc - I.. . . ? od ihe Ro h unbe tu and l,r. . .? ??? , , There will be no parade ?-.' an j ??; thi -? ? ? ? h.-fore or after the service, bul In admitting per? sons t.? m.- Cathedral the ushers will sive pi ence to French residents, as the rathol ral may nor hold ..;. o! the people who will ace* to attend the >.-rvi. i a detail ..f police will ba pres. aid thc ushi LOUD CHEEKS K< >K CABlltlR-PERlER, UNI lit SIA.-M AHUt'SKU PV Till; NEW I'REHI DENTS APPEARANCE IN THE RTREE1 or pa ms Parts, June N President Caslmir-Perter s out arith hts two secretarte this afternoon, il- sjraa recugmsed as he . r..? i tba Plac? de I'Opera and was cheered by persons of all classei gathered round bhn and hun ir. i , igerlj , , " inlty to shake hu han I An he ? l square the crowd shouted 'Univ..; thai i. courage otis," and "Tba Anarchists cannot frighten h Hundreds followed the 1'f-M-nt to the Chamber. Af he crossed the Pont de ls (' incor le a li I ichmem - ? iroopt passed Ti.fflcer cslled ' I m-n presented arm-, th- drums best and the ; cheered loudly. CAN'T GET VI'.Il,ANT READY BY TUESDAY. KO MATCHES with TDK VALKYRIE: vi:t AR* RANOED '.'Mi: BRITAKNIA ANl? BATAKITA AGAIN COatPBTINO, OlSSgOW, June.'si. -Captain Ha ff ha ? telesTsphed tha secretary of th- Royal Largs Yacht Club that lt will l?e Impossible to pet if,,, vigilant ready io take inri In the opening races ..f th- Largs regatta on Tuesday. London, June io "The Field" to-day say rh.a no matches bet treen th- V'la-llant and Valkyrie have yet been .irr.iiiK.-il, lt is said that George il-.uld ls deslr.rui of ninkma; rnatvhf* for the lUtstdeChsnne) courses of tha Royal Victoria fachl flub, but there 1-- soma dlfflcuhj about ilxm^ th.- day. As .ill the time ls filled, it woui,i he necesssry to give up some ntcaiia to sall such a match Mr <; opposed to this, as be ir.tend., that ria- Vlailan! ?h.iii c-.ni|e-te in every regatta arouund ihe c Liverpool, .lune ft), im- Satanlta and Britannia started in n sixty-mile nc under th- susplces of tbs Royal Mersey fact* Club this morning. The Katalin.i allowed the Britannia three minuit two seconds. The hr.?/.- was HkM. from the ?>uth KI--I The Britannia eet her aplnnaker, whlcl ri mi ;? -i her Kr-irh. and that eal] wasisoon lowered. Meanwhile rhe Satanlta, arhich i,.* i iajg used bi r spinnaker, gained half a mil- on ti.ci iSt.ii.m i >l? ..lin I mn ll. ai li rina surf Lathing, all tides THE NEWS IN LONDON. RENEWED ASSURANCES OF LOYALTY TD Tin: tiiK' ?NE THE TRANSVAAL DIPTICCLTt MR OLADeTfOWR-S REI IREMENT THE RI iKJET THE LEEDS OOM* FERENCE LORD P.OHEnERT AND OLIVER iP'iMWi I t [ST I IBI B TO TBT. TBISI M ' iCmpmrimmt J;-, Bg Th* TrOmmt AmerlaUmn-i London, June 50 The "commandeering*' diffi? culty in the Tr ii v.i il lu- been gol ni ..f 1>y s li nry Loch, who sensibly wenl himself to Pretoria as President Krusjer*s guest The Emera renounce for the future their claim t> Impress h subje ?!?? lr the Tr ins va al fur military; i er vlce. lt now np dents of other xempi Only upon the British did the Boers lay rude hands. They knew the English Colonial < nil.--, and had taken Lord Rlpon's iVieasure, They hud n..t f.-r H rtten Majuba Hill, sir Henry T?"-h ls a dlffer ? -j.f man, and has conveyed I > the Boer a different n dion of what the Rrltlsh will stand and what thev will not. The state of things be*. fore the arrival of the High Commlsotoner on 'he scene was t lerablj critical, and the servloe sir Henry has .!..ii-- La a considerable ..ne. The birth of a eon to the Duke and Duchess of y..rk has called forth the usual express! .ns of loyalty fr.cn the great body of the English peo t from Mi. Keir Mardi- Ills ls ly audible v dee heard In dissent fr..m the kindly assurancee offered to the father and jrran Ifathi r and grandm ither, and above all, t > ibe great-grandmother, of the little b ?>? who made his appe iran e ? n Saturday night ? ? -? White I. slge In Rlehmon 1 Park Th* gi.n, whose Interest In ever) domestic circum? stance ls .is keen aa ever, is known to be de? lighted, lr- li he came all the way from Bal? moral, 500 miles, t.. be at band, and paid her visit t.. the mother an i i hi! 1 as ? gm as the d . t.-rs would a Mr, Keir Hardie dei lared to the ll ns- ? f C *n* i ? i* he ..wes no allegtanes to an) h-r-dl F?.* speaks of himself g# wpreoentlitg ? : !-.'.:? i, '. ,r Porty He d -??= himself Injustl - Ile ls th- I r Labor Party. ,' me In vlolem.f speech an I In hts usually observed In public life. The House of Commons swarms with Mm ?? ??? th-tn l-i' Im a il, ->r would vote with him or give him any kin l of ir siipi ?' Una Iftinglj then f ???-, Mr. Keir ll ir ll- has lone i service to archy h-- detests, ll hm rhl i ut In sm- mg ; I - . ? - i I reigning fan Hy. It ls not ni ' i either of thc bal ? ? - ? - " gman wh .-?'-' :. .wet ? ? ? to nd** tho fact thal .g ad ? tl - - thal Mr. 'I. ?' di ? . I. in i ... ? . i. Mr. il up|?-.ir Ip the ll It ls ? : ; ? Rh.Heals v I Mut 1 . - i . . i ? ? : to skill. | ? ? ? period of ? i I ? ;i na ..r i ibsLmtliilly li ? 1 lu I ? ? i . ? i ??? i-nui ' I The n ij Mit- ,.- t--.| p. < nix, rose i ? ? If ? i spirits sud other thing like ? , in le I ll li Ju I len ; lils <' inference ? ? ed ll ? against lil? li .us- ol i.-I ls. 'pc rumbling rf thai awful i-<i next morning, > il dh ; an 1 there has ., .- , .-., . .;, .: !.- reverberation which foi ;:iit briel ' mom ind the earth No agil it lon followed, i ? ' alarm on llw othei Th i >.. >j- i , li .;.| ?- . 'I .,- '' ,..;. re If il ttrairta i way, un I rm mt's attention, it i- ti -in til- ierj curl bul civil note ol (Ivs lines pen - VV to Mi ?a In whi -li Lot l u assures bim thal the 1.? I.- resolutions form a "valuable Indication' of part) feeling, ur that Inspli il I popular ba king u bl ., j, f rr, i. ?? a word The Prime Minister has, however, written at greater length on that other great question, ought tu a ive s h. in- Derby, an l whether ii I- more sinful t-> own a good horse i one il- remains unconvinced and m. inverted bj the pious but prolix ?liawenee of the si rretary of the tntl-OambUna. League Like a tm- Bril .ii, h- bases himself upon a precedent Ollvei Cromwell, whose official position, ku>-s L i*. Ingenuously, was far higher toma his, owned ra ehorsea, and, like Oliver, Lora I when .if theos happeaa to be a good one. li is understood thal evan if the Nonconforml I Cow lenee be still uneasy, Ladas ls to be ran in the Bt. Leger, <;. w. s l ? PRANCE'S CHIRP DETECnVE RESION8. Pat lu mu iron, the head of the Prenoh detective department, hs* resigned on secounl of ,i THE WAY IS OFFS toii?iith and nt renato, if you're ? nervous delicate v-uinati Tho BoadJi m. to cure yon. ttl- tunic to build you up, is I?r Pierce'* Fa? vorite Prescription. You can depend upon it The mahen say it will help yon, or cost jim nothing. Tin-j- ouarttntmr it. As a iwifo and certain ramed] for w-nman'a silnv nts, nothing eon compare with tha " Preacriptina." It'n un mvafraataaf, re storatire tonie, and a osHhlng, stn nut nen? in,: nervine, perfectij barmlesa m any coo* illti lin .if the female svhtem. lt's ii marvel,,us remedy fur use yum mai noerolliability, st Vituaa Dance, Fainting .Sjm-11-, lii//.iii.-ss, Sliyjilc-sness, and all tho nervous disorders due t., fuoctii eisJ di range menta It has often, by restoring the wo njanlv fuin-ti.ins, cored clscs nf Insanity. PIERCE"^'-CURE OB .TIO.NL ? lil.Tl RM-U. difference with M. I'm i. ir ni I. the Director Of the Prefecture "f Police, arno had ordered in Inquiry into M. cir,m's alleged ex< ?lve expendlturea. THE TOWER BRIDGE OB ES ED. LONDON MAKES HOLIDAY TO HONOR THE 0CCA8K IN. OrE-NIXO CEREMON'tES PERFORMED. IV THE PRINCE ANH PRIXCEM OP WALES BE* PORE v ORE \".' 1 ni'.' ?KO OF PS* I I.E OF ALL COKDITtORS rtANQCETS AM> II.l.t'.MIN ITIONg IN THE llVI.MMi l,,ii.|.,n, June gt, The form ii opening of the Tower Bridge, London's latest addition ta 'uer bridges across the rhr\mea, took pla ? r ? d iv. It has been I ked I rrward lo for months as .in oe urreni.f excej . ince, not 01 Ij i ? the culminating i*-int of a wonderful engineering feat, bul as opening up nea faci'dtlea of traffic rn rho busy Ki*' Bud of the metropolis To-day'i ceremony s i- worthy -.f the occasion The Prince in) - in (I its ni the etty and performed the opening ceremonj smld the i c's mat lons ai l rejoicings of a brilliant arid di gu tailed company, Throughout the ilenaelj popu lated Baal End ? holiday spirit was the order of th day. The at reeta srere packed with en th un cltlsena and strangers from far and near. Troops In strong force guarded the routi of the Royal procession, and the whole of the Cltj and the part beyiand the cit) bound try neal the new bridge were embellished with Bags ir. i hunting Th- Prince and Princess were delighted w:t'i what they uaw a-i l with their reception, whl h was one of un? bounded enthusiasm along the whole route. At the northern approach t.. the gigantic bridge a massive i i i unmodatlng more than flOu guests, had been er.ed Bere srere as -.-I the I .ord Mayor and 1-a.d) Mayoress, th* Sheriff ' if tl City, I srlth Maj irs from the proi lal I srns of the '??;;? nbera of Parti tanoni an I ? host of persona more or less rrrlmately ai -int.-? ] with i ibllc n irks The dec >ra1 on ??' I ie pavilion ms is superb, the p r 01 i "t i ai ? in i the i< ryal platform being converted Into a ?? Itable flower Ka: Thi Prtn - of W ..'? ? wore m irsl il The 1*1 n ess s ire a violet di and a et of m nive with i clo ?:. ol the 1 ? left M i--.ii"- inch House al ll o'e k, an 1 sd at the bridge .it noon. A .. u ats already assembled were ? ? Duke si I Du h Sa*. the I nike and Duel ? k, the ? ht, i - i v i---.( it h of R ? l ie] 'rana Honrn See ret sr) \ i. i ? le 11 pa i i > n s h ad . . ind ? . [j l>H| :, . ;, , ? ? , ? - pin ? ? '?':? Stat - ? ? ? i ? I - 1 ? lill- - '? - I : ? - THK RA IN* Kl ROPE, mis i ? Hi report six fr..in ' ? ' u I e> ? Xl ?Vf A N ll IT AN ICKHKRt I ? | I NIH. A NI ? ? ' : Newt fog ' ? - - w four feet ii ? ? ? ?? ? -. ol ll nu ? , ll ? \ fog | -lu ? S. V ' The I mk Cr. ni ? I..in I'n ll-' ? ? ..ni. with i cs rgo of ll asst ol i on June J nfl M ii ir., Ile. ; i t,,- hip si ire a :: ? i rt-w, with theil bi have ari Ij -l I ? r ? ? ?? ? Ti .ri.'.- IN I'll: ('ERM \N '' VPITAL THE Kui I I'ANliAI. HISMAMi K HIAIN IN O li IIIW.lt ? KAIt.WAl Pull IIKHt.l.N lierlli rhe Rota icandal does not shale lan ler ..?i< letters attributed to the Royal Chambei i pen has caused the worsi rumors .is ?, ti pert) . un tie ke l, an I, m Ith evei. pata i i ri pici' un 1 he i ni s spaper nations llnar) ? iurt, Ins'.i i ii court in ii Hal T -day K | that his llbertj .'. i- be. i, -it. i- i him if hi srlll pi tu bold ii li- pi raisin ir, ren irresi until i.i- Innoci rn ? sh iii ba i I Al c mri thi Km p. i >i an l Gem i il llahnke are re ?? ir !? 1 .. having i - 1 i .i- li 11 In ordering Kotxe'a il SI ll rg iVernli ru la re Urned thi office ot i;i.ini Chamberlain becauae his pt teats agalnal Ihe irn l and trial srere llaregarded lienersl von Hahi ke, chief of the Km pei u tar) Cabinet; Von Wedel, chief of Ihe royal I .i I -.v i i ..'-i-i . ni I -tildi;- .ii- . (pei :. 1 tu folios him Into retirement The "Hamburglscbe Correspondent," which g-t inuc'i lol i m ? ii rr ni:- V elm-atraase, "Ws leam fr-cn a good source tl-it the Kotse caai bad aa j ? -.-ii.!.-. Ills friends will not be able Pi -nv.- him. Theil statement that tha slat I letters have continued i. be sent sines bia arrest I- fslse " Prince Mlsmsrck la once in..r.- in good health tin Wed.I.iv h. elli begin his lournej from Fried rlchruh to Vsrsln, bj sraj of Schonnsusen, Poaen ant Bromberg Preparations are making, arith His n. ii A- assent, for a grand demonstration in ids ii \ ,iigin In \ .i(ii*r Tha ileriln Councilmen had an egelted i this week concerning ihe plan for an electric ? ?'.>? v.(t-l railroad from a distant polnl In rhe Warschauei straase ta the Zoologl .il Harden. Si-ni-iis and H iisk- me t ? bulkl the r aid. Paul Blngei and othei Social Democrat* Inveighed i ga In si alMwIng -il' > huge enterprise to be ea i by private -apttal, and demanded thal rh ..,-*tru.-1 mid manage the railway, The de? mand aroa referred to a committee, rii- Mannheim house ot Phillp Poth, the largest German mporter of petroleum, bsa refused to Join rmblnatlon r..rm--l bj the Standard till Com pany .md rh- Russhtn producera ?if petroleum, Dr Koch, director of the Refchabank, said this w--k .ii ;i ni-.-rinK -f the Hank CommHtee ibu the influx ul ..-.i Rad not abated, but thal he dil not Millik bf reducing the bank rate. A syndicate ut Herman and English bankers h u finally closed rh.- contract foi thi Italian alcohol lien .p.ii The syndicate win paj the Italian floj ?rnmem 50.000,000 lire annually In case SO.onn hecto litres ,,r pure alcohol be sold; If the quanti!) bi 1?-*. ihe r-nr.ii srlll be reduced pl iporl onately, i though never belos TT.fsiO.nnn lire The ayn will deposit in the Kanes Italia i if ? 1 si.fssi lire, drawing s per cent Interest The .-.in? ti sci i- tn run fifteen yesi ? A -lng Vice-Consul am. ai la about to atari for New ^. rk ll- complains thal the unexpected de* m.in i- made upon his time since the death if Con aul-'Ieneral Kdwarda have deprived him of much of h's regular Inc rn - fr.,m dentistry. Tin: Pl (PE Tn RBCRIVR CAN IDIAN PILGRIMS M .i.rr. al, Ju ie ?'" A dis, atcb from Rome received a' the Archbishop's Palace aaya that 'he pope will gram a sj.lal audience neg) September to French-Canadian pilgrims to Lourdes Th-> pilgrims will leave here hy the steamship Vancouver un July IL In charge of Canon KactcoU ROSEHERY GROWING SOLDER) THE LIBERAL MINISTRY ENCOURAGED j BY RECENT VICTORIES. j THEY WILL KOW UKIN''. FORWARD IMPORTANT MKAfU'Rtia WHICH HAD BEEN ABAXDOKBD CONSERVATIVES WEAH! OF FKillTlNii A LOSHCa BATTLE TRI PREMIER'S REPLY TO TIMI INTI OAMBLIXO LEAGUE Till: ANARCHIST SCARR INCREAS1XO. L Sidon, Jun- IO Th- Govi ntni-nt, encouraged hv th- Increase of their majorities in the recent one in ti:-- House - f Commong, now intimate iii- ir mi.?nihill tn Include in the business ..f the present session several billa which lt hud l.n semi-offltlall) announced would 'ie abandoned. Thin |iriittr;irtim-' will add .1 number "f Important measures to tims- which th- Oovernmenl arc already pledged t.. put through before the cloeg of th- session, namely: Th- Evicted T-nants hill, the Miners' Right-Hour hill, the Registra ti.ci hill un.! th- London Equalization "f Rates hill The-- measures will be expedited .is much ns possible. Th's change -if posit! rn Implies a pro Innged s-<t.|'.n All Idea nf the prorogatd n ..f Par* llament in August ls now out i f th- question Th ? li.ms- win certainly sit until september, and possibly inter. What i? more Important still is tn- fad that th. Iffnlstera now believe thal they are strong enough, In view ?.f the recent large majorities, to postpone dissolution until the autumn of 1895. They als i thlnh that they are In ,-i position to lustlfy them in endeavoring ct the next nessi n of Parliament I i carry '?''' the com* plete Newcastle programme. Th.- Opposition ae<*m enfeebled through sheer '.(??nit?- -f the members "f tl;--1:' party In fighting -i ? ?minuma losing battle Th- lea ,.f th- Opposltios sci use their whips nf In- ? t-nt handling nf their men, especially in per? mitting the government r.. obtain throti i lal-;.- n rh- ?p1r!f 'url.-; .lia-? in Mil- caw th- Opposition were ! undoubtedly taken by surprise The whip- coul I nut. f..r Ith-Vc of time, summon their men together I when tb- d'.vi- li-l. so it hus been i settled that the merits i f the quest! n shall be ? ? i again by a motion that Ihe spirit 'lr-' ! .Inns -s be ? ti I for di cusston. The Q iv* ernment readily gave their issent to thia ; slllon without the slight si fear ss I i the result, in d they ar- further trying io make a in -at with th- i't.1 mist lead lo re ssl ihe - Ev! 'teil Tenants bill so as 1 . - ? ?-...,,.. with Mn-, lew John M i f g et a ry f r Ireland, has redrafted I -? bill, Iii Hlng lt ? auses, Mr Chamber Thi " w K iss ll and set r-ii mists have ari pted thc c impromtse, and thin makes lt j thal the K vic te I Ti.ita bill may p isa the If iua -.fi v mltfvha :' i' >mni i - Thi ? ? ? i ? .; vern men t ii I. II .? rpi! -?: n has be ? n of Sheffield. Wh r 1 Chief I ? ? n i Ilirm ' ' dttempte ! ' M ; ' i | ; --Hi...- ' ? i ? ra ?? ll ? i , . ? ? .1 . lld not 'I - . ? . the House of i i' ? I. .rda in Si .1 an F Hi lei k, M .'? ? \ ithsnlel c nz er. M. P., lo P 'rages, i ra- pr.ic-ip:- lal I down li ? ll mal with a Pei r -\ rt et her ?he il i? ? I. la ? ? . ? IR i latest cn th the ? , ? ?? ? -ll - guld to discuss th icr iii- remark In his li I the ?ry of th.? - ?, ir? stagg* red .,: leral ' d thal Cromwi li waa assn lated with I . n at any perl ? ti, h ???( evei i I to pro- . . I. -1 R ..-.-i.-rv. who ? ? be f the (Ul ? ? lives of thi lonies In L >n lon ire great)) ulan" ? Up.Ml Slr William Hut I the i ? p - ? aril . en ta hie ? , the i mlei in .m> f in ? i' sn has given n ll :. tn move In '' ? ll lae of C '-urn r - ? | : Inter, rtl the t i ia ; - ? theil on ? i i u which haa become in I wides I .-itu i" the murder .-f Pn al? den l Carnot, seri isl) marred the -pi-nd t "f the l?ag nu on thc ? cn pi nlng nf r da) The I'r:. i f Wales in ? r n yal pet .?ere driven through th" cit) bj the moat ul !-? -r time p .salble, Tm \ were guarded b) un unusual number of troops, M'hlch completel) surrounded them Their return irip up the rivei was als,, stripped of much of lr.- dlgnit) and the hurry whl -li chat., te ri Sci] lt fl much precgutl taken b) th- authorities that the) refused t.. ' divulge in ni wspaper men the pain: al whb Prince and Princess a luld land Irum the atenmer Within 'li-- last -.\ *k th deti nh ? f..r.f Scotland Yard haa been Increased one. third The sdditIonal assistance has been largely i from the Continent, with a view ..f watching foreigners st Url tish ports, and als., to he arrival of iugltl. ? Vnarchista from Bel? gium and Kian?, who are coming to Rngland In considerable numbers A strong guard his l.n detailed ' > protect Hie Czarowitch and the Ans trlan Archduke Franz ferdinand durluK the re. ui.iind-r of their sta) In I.-ml n Th- Cxarewll ti conl nura hie quiet | lng and coming between London and Windsor dally, but his movements an kept aecrel li ls kn wn that h.- formal I) signed al Windsor "ii Tuesday, In the presence of the '.ju--a. the Prince ol Wales and the Duke r Aaxe-Cnburg the documents necea sar\ !-. his marriage Princess Mix. wh.i ls i> trothed to him, ls dall) . Instructions lt the doctrines of the Orthodox Drack Church from the Cxar*a own confessor, Father Janys -herr. i ni -I-ss of York and her bab) will ?; ? from White 1...U'- to Bundrlngham rfofise about in l of .Inly In obedience I ? the special deelre of the Princess ..f Wales that the Duchess shall pass hei p.-ri id ? t ronvale* ?? -i. there. Lord Randolph Churchill's doctor hag sd vised him to retln from public life until his health i- fully restored, and the Censer\*hlives of I tra lt r l .u^- consequently looking for another cindi.lu- Mr. Gladstone senl tn espeelall) Kind m.??*,in ? t . I.,.,ri Randolph when he aailefd f.ir A merli i "Vanity Fair" prints a atiiklng cartoon ..f Mr. Bayard, Ihe 1'nlt-d stat? Ambassador, w'th the .rltl- ism thai he ls haids .in- kind hearted, and unaffected, believes In the fi >dness of human nature and ls ti.wner of a striking pena nallty, Ea Vice Presldenl Horton and his family have 'il-'-'-..'-'- ' I ""'''">>? _ "bo-ga-ha-maT* Tl: mi: MARK Of THE STAFFORD WATER, I rom \ n?lllir||. >lla-M. THE MINERAL schinus which etui-: bRIQHT'.i Dl-si.vsi:. imaIii. ns ana marr DISIASIS Ol- lill KIDNIYs. ISI.ADDKR AND s'l'i M \c||. Ask ti-, ta H-iid mir tiltia l-i-k. rr*-?-, icllm* .ill iihruit Has nea and successful remedy for thea* eoanptatata. Stafford Mineral Springs & Hotel Co., j I'lti il'ltlKTultS NKU dltl.K W'S. LA, I KEW-IUHK OFFICE. UM?f BROADWAY. TEARIXG DonX NORTH MIDDLE Jf y ,/.,-. the Safcom nrii.niN,; op th*. .,?,, I([U(.K RiiW ? Tu PK DBMOI ISHKI, Saw-Haven, Conn . Juna M The week nf teortog d.wn North Midde. one of the oftest doraltorta* of the "Old Brick Row" st v., -, graa began to te* in aceoeteace with a von- of the role Corporation taken las; sering. North Middle war. erected in iHnn. rmi waa arlgio. -.'iv known si Ilerk-.ev Hill, ,? h.ir of Bishop Berkeley, of Bog an ! in |?M ttl mme vaa chanKe<| to the present one, each of th- dormitories of the North Mldda ? ,* original:) lealgned for lunlora hut .-.ass distinctions srere not -uk oreaert ?' wi rh -h.- .reen, ? of u-,?... Vanderbi^enTBerteK ha I? th- three nea . rmi) rles ti v, - ?!?.der bul lings were d lomed s-m-n aras torn down mmi time ago. and the Athenaeum anl N rth Mldd'.a wt2 luve disappeared hy t,hr operlnK of the fol) term. lIE.tl'Y STORM Al lill. MITE (AMP. SOLDIERS DRENCHED AND TENTS BLOWN l"i\VH_ IRRIVAL OP Till-: DRTAII, POR THIS WgOK. .stu- Camp, Peekakiil, June ita jual a- th- deo .md detail nf troops, conalating ur th- td, ith and rah Provisional Battalions were shout t.. break -amp at 2:.tf? o'-lo-k this afternoon, a furious sh.rm i.t.k. over th- plateau. Th- rain f.-ii i? torrents. Iii Ung ih- t-nt (loora In th- lower part of the camp while the srlnd levelled tents and hurie.) their contents over the bluff Th- departure was ,ie. layed, nut th- 7th and lath Separata Companies, of s detail, marched int. camp when th- storm was at its height They had not had tun-:-, unroll their overcoats, and were ompletely .ire. Th- quartermaster's win-,- came inti .'.imp with tie h.jrs-s on a rna. After forty minutes' steady downpour th- storm ?? rased and th ? ? l from ri..- ? nrrv boxes, rt-- parade grounda i.-aj been transformed into lakes and the brooka imo mern At .! 0'clOi k till left - amp and ii few nilli',?--. later tn- main portion of rh- r.th. id Rh Battalions entered amp The last .'ai.ip .1..v to .ii -?? ? ?.i- the Uki, ol Glean, wi.ch ? ; here ai ? I ? k ta;* even lng There are about im> men in th- nea assign meat They are iirxaiu/.-l aa folio wal Sixth Battalion, Captain llaubbeneeti ? ?? lath Separate Com* ictlng major; consisting of th- Rh .i-parate ? ..mp.un. tonkers; Tri. ? rt 11th M ml V'er* r. m, ir i lath, P ? Seventh Battalion, Captain Henderson, ol ihe Ith Separate Corni acting major; conalating if the Stn Se pars ti Com? pany, Ro a ter; Kith, Tonawand:.; '-?Mn, L'tlcs; 4.M, .?I-.ni Kurt,th H.ur..la.ii Captain I ish. of the :mii Separate Companj ? Ung major; consisting .<f the .''-I" Separate c mpam Elm ra; /.tn, Ma? lone; "eh. Medina, and i7th, H ii letlavHIe. Cap ta n I.-nus, ol the 17th Regiment, brooklyn, la in . amp, detailed to n ri al -' ; irate Com* The officer ol the evening parade was cap -. ri Si pai ate i 'ompany. Hie a-i ... i I, eut< t Barbel of the 7th. The de ? la ' ?ffl ? r ol Ila- dav, ' aptaln Pales, _'f Separati Company; officer of the g';ard, rs parate Corni .nv ; lunler officer, Second Lieutenant Norris, lath Separata i 'ompany. MORRIS UEIGUTS MES WIN. AN I'NEXt'l ? ' iRl IN ' RICKET OVER TlHS \*K*Ti ?RI . ''I. IK DOW KS HARLEM The Morris ll- . r.rst '.?,-?:? Berke Ova ?-?'*, rig te im, lt galm l a kime tw'ent) three ? a Cn* hal lit for the victory is iirx-- lui to the fine I ittlng of A ll. ? . . mr ..-vie. and u. i t of a Bret wicket. The \r a their bowline, a ttle h >pe ol f played a I (ting ganv ' - ?. not ? .- The ?' ring ls t ire ll IRRIH IIKIOII P. R. C - . IT \ ll C Illns, I Smli ?- i . M i a?i . '<9 \ i - . i ? -mitha, n. U . 4 W (1 Rultj il . I il. A. N->W -. C ll ' - . 4 1 r .- (,- - .-:'.? . ' . ' . H ...... . 1 . .us vim iri \ F. T. M kl. ? R ? lardi . n M ? . is A. Wyllla M . " IV ll ri........ S . SJ 1 Adan - . 3 .; it pi-. ? ? N - - ? ? . ?"> !.-..-??? ? ? . o \ - I r.1 . IO ' - ' - inery. 1 i > . ? i ?: i ? i. - . J . 1 . J . i - ? .j. .-M At Central Park the New.York Cricket Club continued its winn I succeeded In dosrn Ing its moat po wei - - lion pennant th- Harlem Club h) . margin of rt I i-; Rai.-rr- waa 41 :? In great form witt the wllloa for th- wini JO, while the bowling of C Moore, who succeeded In rakau; 7 Wicket ? for S mite, wa.- also lustra ni- ni ii In ihe vi I ri VIA V IRK ?' '' E. A. Stn . 9 b I'edl m . i P. W. -? ?? ' ? . 13 W .??-? ?r . rn I MN- > . ? . 5 i Rohvrta. I Ped low. I ?'. Il .? . ? P. \ sk.r ? .;.v?\ I, I'fdlow. ll W ll linn ri I : r r .. . I ? ii ml -. i? l ll v. . t . H ? .?_? Tol il . l?4 HARLEM ' I H Pma t> M . 0 I. W ? ' - M . T il i' Tu ' - . ? IV s ll .-;-i.. t> Moore . I E Walkei M .r- . ii . i - Roi arte . . 4 ' lt ??<. M J r.-:. *?, b m .re . t wi: lammond, b Roberta . 4 Ha mm nd, b Moore . 1 . i . i ? . .. 4 ?I ? i. . 4: t ronrr.n ittiif. UAPisoy ?o? irkgaiwex The gn u ami I ".':.-? Square ?; ? d Mr. austen*! mamn r being pal ie ii.ir ;? ii. .i? ; -?> pen foi -n to :'i- public on July I. Mr. Auatea, I - cyclorama painter, has cres irs nu aub> Ject I ti thal will p i tareel New* 1 rkera, aa well as thi visitors to the city, who ii.-.- :? ri isles ot rh. magnificence of the World's Pair but ? ti in i >".e lo aei I The polnl t ::?m :- ? ,k ? ha spectator vtewa rhe fair gi inda and buildings, ert'h 'he etty m the .' , \: \ ? we ri years haa bern encased In ej orama w ark, lad painted many of th- principal panot in ia In america end abroad, I robal 1) ll a wost sue ?. isful ons -aire - i. .(\ .ni eahibitl d In London, "N a<ir.i :n Thi sci ? unquei iblj rn my idvance f ai ima tastes'. of a ia shlch la painted the plouire, giving .a i aaJ list ince, Mr. t ea of a ih lueitea, whleh of all the va i ingea as seen n nure, . -r the (\ ir-rs. the rr.i.a.- *?> for u.ul and back wari fr ra rta- city, the fountalas ; ... ? isle and th- hunt of life aro , . a4id ;h- bull (ta ol ? b) roe, are ,...*, mated. - tatoi looks los a from a po ike. a th ihe Administration Building In '.h.- Irnmedlate gr uni and tue Court i t Honor lo tha left To ?h.- tight ire thi man) ?'.:> buildings, and beyond can be leei he Trageportatlon Itnlldinn, reflected .>n the waters ol .- is The pain - - wea ? r ls ana beyond the suburbs in I ecat? ??? ng dwi linga are <een. s,,>)|..:her with th- |e? 1 prairi- rn .nen In addition to thia entertalnsient - I <lver> b) tia Imp-r; tl Hu-eii-i Orchestra, and g small charge of admleaoai will be made. HOV KL ?UIt AOAIXMT i i:\tr.i:<ni> Nswburg, N. v . June Kl (Special) v *-r-ariH-.- suit ' ?? lamaas-s hi- i.n brought against the N-w Y-rk Central Railroad Company by Profeeaeg Oeorge M Brown, of the physical mltun i-pirt ment of the Young Men's Chrlatlaa Aasoclarteei of ?in- city, Mr. Hr..wi:'* wife died a f-w w?-k.s jko snd her bod) wsa taken to Ohio T< h.- tlbtre at the ilma aei r >r the burial. Profeseor Brown beught from the agaa I her- tickets on a fas: train. When delay or several nour* t-..r- cauaea inf ui rannrr tiona md failure to carry out the original srraoge* menta far the mri i and Professor Brown hog sui l the ros I fi r &0N a imagos TBS sciiuoi.sHir sauTouA orr ron t rurrsg l'hl'.a-le'pliia, .lune N The PsOaS) '.vania saoUCOl seho ilahlp Saratoga left here this aftarnooa ea her -imimer crulae with nlneiy emhry-i tars SOeord Before the departure go'.d medal* were presented. p. sis of the pupils by Prestdeot Lawrence, of the Hurd of Directors, for saving two of :L--ir com* pantons fr.^m drowning. The !lrs: port ma > will he the Azure* A sh..rt stay will he mads lh<*re, and the ship will go to iJIbraltar. Villafranca Barcelona and the Madeira Islands. The Saratoga will arrive nonie In October.