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TOPICS IN OALIFORNIA.
THE DEATH OF FRANK PIXLEY-FRFIT
OOINQ TO WASTE-THE DUBBAMT
[at rB-Muri to thf. trutnk..
San Franotsoo. Aug. 17.?Tho death of Frank
Pixley was not unexpecte.1. ns he had been falllng
for over a year. Hl* death, however. revlved
,-nany _BCl-8BTB Of his brilllant and erratlc career
aa edltor, lawyer nnd polltlclan. Aa a wrlter he
was at his best. and It Ib not t<.o hlgh pralne t<>
place him at the head of all e.lltorlal wrltew who
have done work on thls c ast. Hln style was BO
attractlve that when lt was known that ho was
to be the ehlcf wrlter on "Tho Argonaut," people
bonght tho paper to see what ho hnd to say. Ho
had cultlvated tho art of maklng onomlos to per
foctlon. and while he waa alive none of them at
taoked him without gettlng a roply that was vlt
rtolk or contemptuous. aocordlng to his mood.
Forty yeai s ago Pixley bullt a house ln the mlddlo
of a whole city block out tn rnlon-st.. under the
gheltcr of Tree-idlo Reservatlon BUL He fanded
that the city would grow out that way becauso of
tho beautiful vlew; but lt moved in a directly op
poalte courae. Had he lmproved tho samo amount
of land near Goldon Oate Park, lt would have
made him a far richor man.
Tho wasto of good frult here thls yoar. owing to
the glut in tho market. has been largo, but the
climax waa reachod one day thls week when .,00
crates of the flnest OBntalOBpeP from the Sacra
mento Valloy were dumpod Into the May becauso
they could not be no'd for ten cents a crate of
thlrty large melons. Froight on rlver steamers
lo only elshteen conts a crate, which probably en
couragos excossive shlpping. Yot prices at retall
stands are maintalned nt twenty-flve conts f r .i
good muskmelon. and even the pedtelB wlll not
sell for loss than ten conts. Honoe tho poor of
this city jzot leM frult than the tenement-h.>use
dwellers of New-York, l>eoaiK?e no smaller OOtP
than tho nlckel is current here, and a nlckel wlll
not buy as much fruit here as lt will in N.-w
York, though the supply is so great. The Harl.. r
Commlssioners propose to stop the wasto of good
frult by opening a sre-nt free market on the wharf.
where prodttcara may sell their frult wlthoVt pay
Ing commlsslons to middlenien. Tho scheme wlll
do much to raduca tha hLfh pricea of frult aa i to
prevont prosent crimlnal wasto.
Tho dlscovery of a wltness who wlll tostify
that she saw young I?urrant go Into Emnnuel
Church wlth Rlan.he Lamont on the afternoon
of tho giri's iHaappiaranm is tho m<>st sonsa
tional featuro Ib tho cas. alnee the findlng of the
dead giri's bodjr ln tho church belfry. This t-s
timony furnlshes the on v mlsslng llnk In the
chain of evidenco connectltig the medlcal student
wlth the crime. If it ls not Impeached, lt Bhould
convict and hang Durrant. Tho woman who will
glvo thls daniagini? testi.ncny llved opposlte the
church and knew both Durrant and the glrl
well. s-? that thero could be no mlatake as t<>
their Ideatlty. Publlc latereat ln the trlal haa
not weakf-ned. Great crowds block tho entran.?>?
to tho courti-OOSB dally t.. eatch a Klimpse of the
ropulsivo face of the prisonor.
There has bren moro llfe In tho mlnlng stock
market ln tho last ten days than for ten months
before. This has been due to the Ha:.- aad Nor
cross dPClaaon, whlch was a practlcad Judgment
ln favor of Martln Fox. who has carrled on a
su'.t agalnst tho offlcers for flve years for an BC
counting of proflta Anothor slpn of new meth
ods on tho Comstock Is tho actton of tho Consoll
dated Callfornla an.l Virginla diroctors ln decld
Ing to iBVPStlfatP Bupcrlntrndont I.yman, who ls
charge.l with manipulating reports In or.hr to
affect o,uotat!ons of the Btock, in whlch he was
Tho produotlon of "Twolfth Nlpht" at tho
Columbia Theatre this week, wlth Roso Cophlan
as VtolB, Rarrymore as the Duke, and Dlxry as
Malvolio, was a curlous performance, ln whl>h
tho three leadlng nctora did not seem to be ln
touch wlth themselves or wlth Bhakpppeara.
Rarrymore was judged by all the crltlcs to be the
most Ineffectlve of the three. RoPP Coghlan
played wlth little spirlt and dash, and she was
entlroly too stout to look the part. Dlxey's act
Ing was warmly cornmendcl for Its artistic
quallty. b'it lt was superflcial and wantlng In
genuiii*- Shakespearian flavor. Fcxt week at the
Batdurla J, hn Hrewopens ln "The Bauble Bhop."
He is BO great a favorite that success for his
seas,,n is assured.
Among the promlnent arrivttls of the week are
John \V. Mackay, who makes his first vlslt hore
aince ho was dangerously wouuded by tho old
stock gambler Rippcy four years ago. and I?. <?.
Illllfl and Ogdea Mllls. who are on a sh,.rt trlp of
buslness and pleastire. Mr. Mills expressos satis
factlon ;it the evldeacea of Baa Francisco's
growth slnce his last vit.it.
Tho architr'f't's drawlng of the new Ppreckels
building at the aouthweat corner .,f Thlrd ar.d
Market sts. ahowa that it wlll be fourteea Btorlea,
wlth a fronta*7e of seventy-iiv,- feei ln ea^h
street. The three lower Pturi-s will ho of gran
Ite and the others of white marble. "The Iforn
Ing Cail" wlll occupy the twolfth and thlrteentb
Doora, and c,n tho top floor will be a fine restaii
rant. wlth windows commandinK' a vlew of the
barbor and the foothllls. The defect of tho
building is Its great hei(?ht. comparod with the
s,/- f Its base, whlch wlll be aeprravatod by the
fact that only two-story structures are on tlther
Blde of lt.
Tourists who com? to San Franclsco next year
wlll flnd a new attractlon in the scenh rallway
whlch wlll run to the sumnilt of Mount Tamal
pais. whlch commands a Ine vlew of tu'- city
and the surroundlng country for ,,ver flfty miles.
Tho mountaln is BOW dlfllcult to cllmb. but the
rallroad, whlch wlll be bullt on tho system of the
Pike's Peak railway, will make tho trip enjoy
ablo. On tho nummlt wlll be large plcnlc grounds
and a small hotel.
The rapld dovelc.pm.?nt of Callfornla appf ars to |
have a great fasclnatlon foi the people wh , deal j
ln what ls known as tho pald "wrlte-u;,." K>- ,
cently a New-York dally newspaper sent a man i
out here to got a contract for a flM.MQ "wrlto- |
up" of thlt= dty and Htato He seemed to be
amazed that Callfornlans cot'lde't see atiy- value
ln such work. He was followed shortly after bv
tho repreaentattva of an illustrated waekljr,
whoso oxpoctatlons were far more modost. This
jseekor after advettlsements was also s.-tit bach
dlsappolnted. It may not be out of place to suk
K?s! that Callfornla ls not a gold mlne for n- ws
papers to exploit at a dollar a Ilne.
AS ISDEPESDFST 1IIEATRE SCHEME.
AJfOTHSI n.AN to Bl rt'T to thk th.st withix
a siioht nm
A new announeement is made of that chronlr
dream of the theatrical droamer, an In.lependent
theatre. Thls tlme lt ls asseru-.Wth it the tnon*y has
been aubscrlbed by persons arbe BM latereeted ln
hlgh-class dramatlc art, anl that New-York will
aoon hav- a theatre that will not ba tependeat on
it. box-offlce receipts, Its supjiort being proaided
for by aubacribers, aomething after the manm-r of
the Mctropolitan <>;,era BOUM.
At the outset It is not the purpose to bulld a play
house. A theatre wlll bo rentel and It ls pro___Bi 1
that only the best work. of art that can be .,!,
talne.1 shall be producel. Edward Vrooan, .t roung
actor, who received hi? tratnlng wlth l.lwln Bootb
and I_?wrence Harrett, ls the vlsible he.id of this
enterprisc. Fran?.o!s Coppee'a "Kor the Crawa" la
announced aa the openiriK attractlon. anl M. Cop*
_h ?? )-. azpected soon to arrive in N.-w-Votk t , ba
preeenl at the t,rs: performance.
The notion that an lodependenl theatre Is wanted
ln New-York i^ tai from near. Mr Vroom bellevea
that he haa reeetred aufl-Cienl encouraaeroent to
warrant him in makln^r tbe experlment. 11, prom*
laea a strong stock company. and trusts to flnd ?up
port for the carrylnj. out of his plans. If everything
goes w?-i: h?- liop-s to have complet. eontrol of a
theatre in the courae of the next two or three sea
r.AUl.Y FAI.L JBPOMTATIOBM,
The produets of the Kuropean loo"tn8 for early
fall trade are maklnj? their appearance in thia
city. and already, ut it. Altman <_ Co.'b eBtabllsh
ment, In 81xth-ave., are eBtahlluhe*! atrlklng novel
tiea ln dress frabrics and in the colora that will
be en regle for early fall wear. The more proml?
nent noveltlea are canlehe, p.luche, trlcotine, frl.-ae,
mohalr bourettea, lmprlm^ zlbelines and new
weaves ln . r.-pon. in women'. neckwear a de
cldedly taklng novelty Ib the oatrlch feather ahort
boa, havltiK anlmal head. and blrd. at the. faaten
ing- Thls boa is a departure from former article.
of neckwear, and ia made ln white, black and
FROM BENCH AND BAR.
havlns the DoaeeBBlon ?f n.erehan ;i.-e 10 a?i*__" ?-?
' w,th fri.udtii.nt Intenl and apply tha mowy^
his own us* Th,- fnilt-dealer recelved Wiw
quently on eonalgnment. and he alat i al tin
boualit them and aold them for hlnuelf. U BU
OATHEREO AMONG LAWYKRS AND IN THE
The movement to secure. If po.aall.le. the nppolnt
tnent of a New-York judge or lawyer aa the a,.,
oaaaor of Ju.tice JaekPPB la the Ualtad states Bo
Pr. .ne Court has been heartlly approved without
rasard Ip Ihe poMtleal bellpf ai th.-se who have dls
UBB.l1 the queatlon. I.awyera. not only ln WeW
York City. but ln other part* of the Htftte. have
been ment'oned who could worthlly 1111 Ihe pUCB
on the Supreme C.urt bench. The Seeond Cir
cult Is now without a representatlve, and strong
laflueaeea wlll be brought W bear to lnduce Presl
dent Cleveland ta naine a New-York man for the
vacancy. if the appointment were not wtafltBa
Democrat. it would be atlll eaater JP^jg
candldatee, aa many of the pr.-mlnent tawyen.????
elty are riepubllcana. Thcte ^ plent^f exceHent
materlai ,n cither party. but only tho e ha?e_been
urged upon the attention of the I resldent who are
known to be politieally ?r-o..pt?l>le. The s'I.mt.<?
of some one of th-M namee Wlll be a 9?S^y^Z
nnd a just recognlUon of tbe f ?hL h.i^tlo.7wl , h
Btate nnd the Importan.e of the lltlgatlon ?n.>"
The r.aw instltute I.ibrary, whlch Is u.ed by many
downtown lawyers, both to consult authorltles and
to draw out books for use at their otllces. wlll DB
cloaed for two weeks beglnning to-niorTow. OBC hour
of each day. between lu and 11 o'clock In the m..rn
Ing. wlll he nllowed to members who wlsh to dmw
out from or to return books M Ihe y*W-J?L2J
weeks' ? loelna u> neceaea tv in ^Tt^t^thtjboemt
may be duafd and r.-arianrcd on th IIshe vis a ld
the llbrary put ln food condltlon f" "????;
months of ti.e court rear. ?"^??LJSff"theMa"
have taken place ln Ihe Hbrej ?> wlthln eUWt
arraagamenta are more aatlafactory than those oi
The trlbtites to Asaoclate Justlce Jackson, of th*
Supreme Court, whl.'h bev. appaared ln many law
journaJe, abow a high appreclaUon of his quaiities.
IhOUffh he had not serve.l |0B| enough on the bench
to Impreee hlmaelf atrongly upon the htowryoi
the court He wrote few ftf-kma ti ni ?rant
caaea Hla aetkm ln the Income J?*#^'?__l?? ,?..
taken ai a graal BacriBec to flf health. waa oriu
tle avail. bIbcb h- waa one ?VmM ".'" ,,U 'r g.
Hla record ln the memorlea of in\\><is reata pnn
clpallv upon thal whlch . ->,,?.,-, %",.,;'
United StateB Clrcull Court Judge ?*",.'"j\' .
oplnlona rendered ln the nrat year of his Benru
on the Supreme curt bench.
Pennsvlvanla juries aometlmea reoder queer ver
dlcts. an.l the Supr. tne Court of the Btate has re
eeaily had o.caslon to aet aalde a Btranfe imdm*
of a Northampton CUuatjr Jury. A daaler m frult
and veKetar,,es wr?t- to a grape-grower aaklng
him to ablp L8M baaketa of Concord grapea aad
afterwar.l ordered other ablpmenU. He dld BOt pa>
f.,r the eraoee nnd Inatead of being mad* tbe de
-^.mfn*_^vU-uH hewolndicted under a law
whlcl) m.ikes It a crlme tor a o.iimui. oriwi
havlns the poaeeeakw ol merchaadlee_to dtopoe; ot
|il,s.K!;r.le*1\'"\hV.,frtiVt-gr..,wi',r"he'sal."i thal he WOtl.d
handfe al th. grapea ahlpped to blm on t mnidaBton
. ? wouM buy them outrfihT The gooda wereeeat
without any Btatement as to prlce or an. '1'rertion
u to the method In whlch they wweta be eold.
The dealer aftcrward declared that he bought them
outrlch t, while the grower eald that ther were
shipped on conBlgnment. The Supreme Court mys
[hat the letter. ehow that the bualneaa was ?..
ducted wlth almoflt Incn llble loopeneaa on both
Bldei Th. aeller dld nol hnow what ha waa to
_ei for hla gooda, as tbe coet, accordlng to his
theorv ol the caai waa to depend entlrely upon
wia tn.v were aold for b} tbe rTealer, while on th.
other hand, the buyer ot th.- grapea, accordlng to
.ne theorv which be BdYanced, wa. selllng goodn
without knowlng wh,,t they had eoe blm or
whether he was maklng a profll or a }<>?!?? Th.
Court aaid that nelther veralon waa conalstenl with
rdlnarr prlnclplea of bualneaa care and pru
dence, bul the judge. eouM eee no proof that there
had been aay fraudulenl mlaapproprlatlon pt taa
fniit bj aay one to whoaa It was latruated ?? a
A pecullar wlll has recently been before the courts
of Columbus, ohio, ln probate proceedlngB. Huith
Blakely owned a house and lot ln Ooodale-et He
?.f.ft it by his wlll for his daugbter Itargaret to
tise and OCCUpy so lon?r as Bhe r. inaiii.-d uiiniarrl.-.1.
Th- property on her tnarrtage w;is to uo lo Bai ih
Loulaa, Robert, Wlllle aad Bamuel, other chlldrea.
ln the order named. As eaeh married the next In
auccesslon was to recelve the property. taklng c.-.re
of the young chlldren ot the famlly. When all the
ehlldren had mai.I, iho property was to pasa ta
each in turn <>f the aeven chlldren, lncludmi; the
older ones. who had probably mamled before the
waa made. Each s,,n .,r daughter la t., hara
control of th.- property for flve yeara and th.-n paaa
it >>n to the next in auccesslon. If any one ralled t.,
take poaseMlon withln thlrty daya after notlce, he
or Bhe waa deprlved of the rlghl of occupancy for
one term nnd tmist walt his next turn. The laal
IBOr was to become the owner of the propl rty.
Provlalon waa mad,- for the forfelture ol poaseaalon
ln caae any helr refuBed lo allow Brbltratora to
declde disputed queatlona as t<, tha occupaacy of
An Ohio Clrruit Court recently eoneldered a rase,
which ls recor.i.-d in ihe lateat niiml>er ..f "The
Ohio Legal News." ln whlch the unsucceaeful party
10 B Uttgatloa tried to secure n new trlal ba
of tho Incompetency and mlscondu tt of a Juror. lt
was alleged thal one of tbe Juror. waa deaf. H*
wenl throuKh the trial of [he ' as.-, which ?.,
aldered by the Clrcull Court, without dlacovery
by any one tbal he had any Imperfectlon of bear
Ing, He waa aft< rward . iilled in anotht-r case, and
H aaa ihen found thal he waa unable to hear, or
could hear Imperfectly. The Clrcull Court rel ia< l
? :? a new trlal of tbe caae on the ground that
tbe lawyer. abould ha\.- made Inqulry ll they de
ilred to learn the quallflcatlona of the juror. Ii
would have been eaay to flnd out by a ten quea?
tlona whether the juror was competent The trlal
after his attention was called to the matter,
made aome lmjulrles and waa aaUafled that the
Juror could at leaet h.-ar to some ext.-nt, and he
mlght have been able to underaund the -..
On the same trial a Juror who was examlnlng :he
maehiii.- at whlch the acclderil occured over whi.-h
sult ar-,a.- made a r-rnark to on. ol I .- Other
aaylng: "Any one that put his hand in there
ought to be h-irt." other .eatlmon) made H
doubtful wnether the Juror had made exa, /that
itatement, and the whole matter waa ao Ii lennlte
i- th* Clrcull Court refuaed to Interfere, and
the trlal ln whlch such dlflcultlea were developed
aaa nol ralueleee, as the rerdkt was auatained.
An Illlnois Appellate Court recently set aside a
judgmenl ohtaiBCd on a promlssory note glven by
_ mlnor. The note eontalned a power of attorney
to confess Judgment, and it was arxued that ut>on
the autbority of this power a judgmeal mlght
property be eatared. R waa shown that the t?,y
bouabi a borsa and there waa aome e-idenob that
the animal was dlseased and of little or no ralue.
He however gare a promleaory note ln paymeni
for* 11 but af'terward traded away the animal. The
Appellate Court declded that the hidgment could not
he su.tained. though If he had the horse ln hla
I .aaeaalon he mlght have been reguired to return
it to the orlKlnal owner before he coul.l obtaln
reiief from the obllsation of the note.
The long vacatlon of the Kngllsh court br-Kan on
Tueaday of last week. It wlll last untll October L'l.
Many Kngj-rti lawyers think thal even this vacation
of ten weeka la too long. The New-York vacation
utretches owr three months. The numb-r of Judgea
alttinjc through the vacation to hear motluns and
Blmllar appttcaUona ln Kngland la much smalier
than in New-Torh City. one Judge alta Ib opea
court on one day of the w-ck to hear chan.ery mo
ti.>ns and anotber court la open on Tueedaya, Tbura
.ia\s and Frlaaya Appllcatlona and motloaa can
? made only foui daya ol lha week. and only
one Judge la ln uitciidanc- Instead of three or four,
aa in thla elty. The numbei ol Judgea required ln
l the courta in this country aeema remarkably iar_e
when compared wlth the number of I-ngliah ju,lK.-ij
bavlng jurUdiction in a country .??, rlcb and popu
lous. Th.- amount of litigati.,n ln this country la ex
ceaalve, bul tha low coal al whlch lawyer. may be
employed I. partly reaponalblt :>,r tba number of
caaea before the courta ln l-ngiariJ it is ne.es
sary to engaga a aolidtor, aad be th.-n employ. ;t
barrtoter, ana tbe expenee ol conducUng a .-ase in
one of the hlgher courts ls so great a.i to prohiblt
poor peraona from i><.nv.na aultara
A new law has gOCM Into effect In Krance pro
vlding for the revision of unjust aentences in the
crlmlnal courts. Thi groUBda on which a eoavletlOB
may ba set aside ,,r- few, but the law eaablea the
oourta to act in many caaea in which appUcatloa
is now aaada to tha pardoalag power for the correc
t.ni >,f injustlee. A reviHlon of the senlence can
be obtBlaed if lt is abown tbat the auppoeed vi.-tim
of B murder la atlll alive; If another person ls found
gulity of the erlme l.,r whlch the prisonu has been
...iiteneed; if one of the wltoeeaea ln a crlmliMl ease
is convicted cf petjury?aad tt ls provided that on ihe
new trlal ol auch .. eam tha perjared arltaeaa may
not a^alti b<- ealled 10 teetlfy? or lf new faets are
brougtit to llght or do.?iim.-nts are dlscovered tahl.-h
were unknown durlng ihe trlal. An Intareatlng part
of the new law ,s tint provldlng that a demand t->r
oariiiigea may be made i.y tba pnaonef ?h., has been
unju-tly aenteaced. The Btate la reaponaible f.,r
the paymeiit Of the BUB8 awarded. but it n,.i> ba
oollected if po*o?il?,e fioni the accuaer or fals.- wa
n.-.-ses. If an inno.enl i*ts-,ii who has ba.oi
vlited dlea before his Innocence can be e-tabltMhed,
the xu-xt of kln may malntaln thn suit for dam?
age., and other relatlrea ma) do the ?ame on proof
that they have personally suffered by the im- .u
rlage of Justlce. The reault of tho new trlal. If lt
showa the Innocence of a eonvlctwl petaoa, will ba
publlshed In the plaee wh.-re the revision lak, s
piace, ln the place where the aunpoBed .rltne wub
commltted. ln the place where the convnt.-d m.in
resldia, a_?d, lf be la doad, ln the place wh-t.- ha
last llved. The law ls one of tbe moet compre
henalve and theoretlcally Ju.t of the atatutea pro?
vldlng for caaea of mlBtaken convlctlon. Tbe St_t.?
apparently doea all In lta power to place the un
fortunatn man ln aa good a condltlon aa he had
b.?n -tfore tba unjual Judgment waa pronouncod.
PftOanS-Bl OF MANY ritODTTTlONS NOT
Two more thentrc* open t,.-mnrrow nlaht and wlth
ln the nixt few week* there will !)<? more and more.
K tbe areathar eaatiaaea ln n? mn?l eataar bobm of
ti- naa-ufrera ?r.- likriy to wi*h that the? had kept
thelr theatres oh.it, bal If they will tnke chan.-.-s,
they miiat expad l ? teBe e a-aaajaeaaaa also.
Suuvenir p-Tf-T-BaBHSee nre not romrfon ln the sum
m.-r aeaaon, an.l at thla parlod of the.itrlcal Htaitna
tion the reear. al "Trin.y" al th* r_ar_aa The;,tre
I* the more remarkable. The ItBtb perfnrmance on
Frlday wiil be marked by the prcsentutlon ..f s.-iv
nim, eapeelaiiy aelected by Mr. PBlaaer, aa attractlve
aad teatt-gj mementoa of the care.-r ai thi-, .Ir.,ma.
There will l.e no rhange in the oaat fnr some weeka
"iMnthv" la drawlnir larse and enthuslaatlc audl
aseaa tO the Htandard Theatre. The eaat. the ch'.nia
an 1 tbe plcturesque aettings all BU_d a charm to the
prodltCtfcm. "Porothy" will probably ko on untll
Beptember. It has heen declded that the or?tanl_a
tlon as It stanrls, with one or two ex^eptlons, shall
baeoBM a permanent one. It will bealn a tour of the
BUBB cltles In October. Th.- repertory will Includi
three operas. "I>orothy." "The Red Hussar" Hnd
"Porls." Alfr.l I'olller's latest work, whirh has had
a loflg run ha I.ondon at the Lyrle Thratre. Thls
opera will have Its first produr-tlon ln thls eountry
early In the season, probably at the Hollla Street
Theatre, In I'.oston.
At the Tr-rrar-e Card.-n on Monday nnd Tuesday
eveninirs Suppe's clever operetta "Fntlnitza." will
t,e pr.xluri-d. On Wednesday evenlns a special per
'ormance of "The Qjrpejr Baraa" will be uiven, to
celebraU the flnal appraranoe In thla country for
the aeason of Morltz Sterniiu. The chief feature of
the aeek arUI be the first pru-ueUoa ln this eoantrjr
,,< -|..r Alte I.osMiuer." the llhretto of whlch ls.
accredlted to Max Heeaehel and the score to Otto
Flnl.-lsen. The latter Is Ihe r-onductor of the COB
F.,r the openine. of hia nuttimn se.tson Mr. I'astor
baa B-kfage- aome of the beat talent on the wvide*
rflle atage. Th* tbeatre wtll open to-morrow after*
noon Mr. I'aator havlng deetded to give f.ur matl
,,, a, Inatead of Iwo, >? oreeli beraafter. The ramoua
Ruaaell Brotbara arlll appear in a new raralon of
?Tbe iri?h Berraal Olrla"; wilitam H. Paa artll play
the plano; Wbttlng and Bbepai- will slng some new
aeiectlona aad perforaa oa rartoaa nnafeal instru
ments. Miss I-Ottta Bfeet Symunds, the Irish rhurac
ter alnger, wt',1 be beard bere for the flrat time in n
number of years; .l..hn nnd Nellle M.-Carthy will
gtvi some n.w perodlea on the popular aotiR-s of the
day; Plaher and CroweU, ln songs and dancea; th"
Travellea, In anadowgrapbs; Harry and Dollla Rua?
aell. ar:d I.nyman w.II make up the re.st of the pro
"Klamet," Rich.ird Carroll nnd Oustav* Kerker's
muslcal tale of two Ungted Turks. .-nters upon a
aecond areeb at the HeraM So.ua re Theatre to-mor?
row night. Mr. .'nrr.il himself appears to )>?? win
ninir an abundanca of favor with his new*st part.
His "HaWeea" la aeeepted as his riebaal easar ln a
credltable llal of eonlc achlevementa "Kisrn.-t" '*
prattlly Btnged, and presents plr-aalng feasts of
form, movement and COlOT,
Anoth.r Bertes of Ivlnir statnrs will be glven at
the Amerlcan Roof '', irl.n to-m.irrow evenlng. 1
They are all new and the settlng and harkfc-rotmd '
will alao be new. Another feature of the pn._T.imme
will he Thompeon and Colllna Healey and Morrlaey,
Harrta and nelda Miss Madge Kilis, in new aong
l,i.\ i and Lane, who sins and dance, Bdgar Kly
Nellle Beymour, Berlo-comle; Iteiie Fuiwton, spani?h
dancer; charlea Allen, parody Btager, and Mlle
The theatrleal sea?on will open in Harlem on Sat
urday night, when Oecar llammer-tein will open his
Columbua Tbeatre with "A itide for Ufa." Thi
play ls new to rlartem. It ls a ni'-lolrama In four
acts by Walti r Ftrtuik r
Tbe iniL.i.'r- of the r. of pnrdens of the clty nrf
trylnc to make the most <>f what ls lefl of the hot
wenth-r. Mr. S.-.n^er. of th*> Uadloon BQUaiB Roof
Oarden, Intenda that the last weeka at his popular
renort shall l>e made oxceptlonal'.y attractlve. To
that end he has engaged for thls w.-r-k the follow
lnsr artists: Mlaa Lot tle Olleon, Halnea and Pettln
Kill. Frltz Toung and Miss Sell^, limnk'', Denton
and Dssman, the ?isters Hatimont, the Rofiara
t.rothi rs, Miss Ma.ido Ituvmnnil, 1'cv.t and Ilayea.
I'ress FldrldR-e, Miss 1'aullne Von Arnol.l, the
Judge brothera, and Mics ESmma Krauae. The oauaJ
concert will be glven tliis evenin*;.
Charles Dlckaon will preaent at Hoyfa Theatre
to-morrow evenlnjr a n.-w come.ly, ealled "nther
People'a Money," by Bdarard 'Hvincn Towna th.
head of Mr Mckeon'fl "dlacosi-Tlea." <in this m
r.i'.i.'n hc will a-t nn eccentrl. eharaeter part, that
of n mllllonalre Chlcago Board <>t Trade man. H;
eompany Includea Thomas M. Hunter, Oustav
Torka Alonzo Btevena, Mlaa T.lllinn Iturkh.irt, Miss
Helen Traoy und Miss C-orpia Wellea
Not slnce ita foundatlon, It ls sall, has the Bden
Muaea had ho prosperoua a summer aeaaon. Every
day there are vlaltora from far and wlde, The en
terpr -f- which the munaiti'mi-n' has sh.iwn has ha 1
much to do with thls Increaaed proaperlty. N>-w
flguree nre constantly ndded, nnd they are a'way.n
of an attractlve eharaeter. The new woman, :!:,>
Balvatton Army laaale, and the electrtcaJ executlon
chamtier are the prlnclpal recont addltlons, while
the ones now undet preparatlon will Include aome
mechanl'-al tlt'ures. The afternoon and evenlng
concerta by I'anko Gabor*a Oypay Orcheetra are
hlghly Hitereatlnff. Naw s.-i'-.-tionn of his own
gypay nraalc will be played durlna the eoanlag we.-i<
Proctor'a deflea the dlaheaartenlng dogr?daya and
aome of the brlKht stars ,.f vaiid.-vllle are eomblned
in Monday'a contlnuou* ahow. Magrgla Cllne, the
lyrlc and dramatlc Ulustrator of tho jrreat McCloa
key's vl.tory. will appear ln the contlnuoua vau Ie
vllle. a form <>f entertalnment whlch *he has | ,t
hltherto dlgnlnad with her peraoaal preaeoce. c.iir;i
r i.uith will eubmerge herself in a btgj taak, and
eat, drink, read, and lead an Id-al BB8U_M r BXlat
ence. Sam Colllna and Venie ll.-nshaw will 1.n
hand. The l.e Moyne brothera will offar a.-rotiatics.
and sketches will baperformed by Carr and Jordan,
Dally and Devere, anl Sh,\ne and Worden. Lllllan
1 , ? n arlll h?.ld over. Maud Harvey and /, 'ma
PawlatOfl will appear, UiRether with tha KHIImk
becks, club Jngglera and dancer*: Jlunteil and Ouy*
,-r, BpaiTOW, the clOWO Juffgler. and the lady or
rhestra. There ls g special prnaramme for the con
cert to-day. contlnuous from 2:30 to 11 p. m.
The entertalnment an iu:,..-,l for Koater * Blal'a
roof Rarden 'his week will Introdur* a progremme
whl.h la made up almost entlrely of n?w feature*.
Imro Fox will ofTer new mystery and sl*lght-of
hanl; l.lazle II. Rnymotid will present a budjret of
Bef Irish comlcalltles; (i.lell and I'ag-e appear In an
acrnbntlc act entltb-d "Sllence and Fun"; John and
Harrv I>III?t, will Rive nongs and parodles; the M.
Nulty Slst'-rs will appear In songs and (lance*. and
John nnl Nellle H*aly In a plantatlon aketoh. other
feature* will be the reappearance of the three Hnw
thorne Blst.-rs, who will offer some new sona;*; the
reappearance of Kokm.'Japaneae juagler, and the
last performaiues of Marletta and Rellonl, with
thelr flock ..f performlna cockatoo*. The retainel
featurea BtClada iVinroy and Fox. Clalresae Agnew,
j ar. Ransone nnd Dr. Leo Sommer's HunKarlan
K. H. Sothern's season at the Lycetim Theatre will
bc?ln on Wedne'day. Beptember 4, with the pro
dutrtlOfl of "The Pllaaaar of Zenda." The com
pletad eaat la as foliows: Morten Selten, Rowland
Buckatona, Arthur Lawrence, Howard ilould, c. p.
BTockton, rnmuel Sothern, I>anlel Jarrett, Henry
Talbot, W. L Hranscmtie, W. M. Woodall, Charlea
Arthur. Rowdon Krlynne. J. J. Colllna, T. J. Mur
phy, Miss Oraea Klmball, Miss Marle D. Shotwell.
Mrs. Kate l'attls.m-S, lt- n, Miss Rertha Bartletr,
Miss l.ll.den and Mlaa Drew. Mr. Sothern will enact
Ku idf. Kassendyll and King Rudolf V.
YVIIIard Speneer ls stiperlntpn.llng the rehearsals
of TllBOaaa Bonnle," which will be the openlng
attta tion of the Rroadway Theatre on Beptember
2. The eaat will be:
Prlaceaa Itonnl*.Ml*s Rllda cinrk
Klttv Cloeer .?.*""* ?tenn'.e Ooldthwali*
\.r,M.. I'ralib.Mlaa Isahelle Surllng
Shrlmp .?: ? ? r'r*"1 t__S"
Kov Sterllng.%V III Armstrong
Idmlral Nnpoai.Joaeph Oreenfclder
. iDtatn Tarpaulln.Qeora* ,, I>onnell
Tarpeulln .Blefceid Quiiter
AURiistus I'itou has removed his offlee* to the
Ontnd Opera Houaa and la actlvely preparlnj? for
the openlng "f tho s.-ason on Baturday evenln*.
Aiiguat al. Many rhanges and Improvementa have
been ttlH*a ln 'he flran.l opera House, both before
and behlnd tbe cartalB. The Rreenroum has been
refurnlahed and radetsorated, and all of the dreaa
tnw-roomi have gone through a llke proeesa. There
?rlll be a n.-w drop . urtiiln and an entlrely new
sto.-k of sc-nery. palnted b) J..lin Yniinn, and car
pcts and n.-w ,|. c.rntlons In the aiid-.tunum.
Alexander Balvlnl and hi* manager. W. M. \vn
klson, have Just returned from Kurope. Hia aea?
son, whi.h begina ai.out Beptember -. will prob
aldy Include a six w-eks' tour of MexlOO. His
repertory arlll lucluda "Hamlet,.rhe Three
auardamen." "Ruy nias," "Don Caaaar da Baaan"
i.,,,1 probably "Othello."
EUchawd Manafleld aaya that he shall not appear
thla s.-ason ln "Rrumme'.," "A Parisian Romance,"
??Prlnee Karl" or In fact any of hia old rep-rtory.
?Tlie Son of I>on Juan,.l'he Houaa of the Wolf"
and A Soiiety H-ffhwaymaa" are n*w pieoes he
|a t<> pr.ii-.ice. Joseph and K. M. Holland are re
bearalng daily at the fJarrlek Theatre under the
dlrectlon of Mr. Manafleld In "A Man with a Paat,"
by the Paultona
"Hanael and itretei." Humper.iin.'k'a falry opera,
whlch Will soon l.e heard at imly's Tlie.ure. will
be under the manaxement of Mr. Daly on Its Amer
leaa t..ur, by arrangement with sir Aufruatua Har
ris The <ast will be made up ln England and will
be beaded by the two prlnclpala >>i tlie ortglnal
London company. The orcheatra arlll number tifty
mualclana, conducted by Anton BeldL
Charlea Wayne has been enniiKed for the I.lillan
Ruaaell Opera Company nnd will play the part la
?The Talaana" formerly played by Mr. be AriKeiu. i
i hmii M..IT will replace Huberl IrVllke m the eaat
Proctor'a Pleaaure Palace, >." the south alde ol
Flftr-etahth-Bt., between Lexlngton and Thlrd
avea la re.-elvlng Its Mnlshing touchee. The ln
terlor d".-ora.!l>>ns ar, almoal omplete. The audi
ortum and Oerman cart will b< ready for t ...
openlng al noon on Labor Day. \ audevtlle of tbe
claaa from n>...n to mtdnlRht will be Mr.
Proctor'a pollcy, alth.iugh h.- contemplatea the,
,,iriv mtroductlon of new featuree of entertalnment -
m whli h ballet and burlesque may llgmra. rhe ,
aeale ol orlcea adapta Itaelf to almoat any pocket.
' here Will 1"- boxee and a llmlt-d number of or- ,
eheatra aeatfl for those who wlah to pay the pricea
revalllna ln all hlgh-claaa clty theatres, anl the
i ,:? dlmlnlahea gradua ly untll lt meets the re- I
aulrementa of the moal economlcallr dlsposed.
itoii'-rt Hllllard'fl dramatlaatlon of Kichard Hard
Ina I'aviss "Her Plrsl Appearmace" ls to be given |
Li a i urtaln-ralaer with "Loet, Twenty-four Hours.
a-everv Derformance of Mr. Milllard's company in
the engagement al Hoyfa Theatre, beglnnlngj on
_.ramA_rneB Booth l? now In thls clty rehearsinK
thV tl'tle part ln "The Bportlng Duebeaa." whlcb \m
aoon to be produced al the Academy of Muale. J.
H Btoddart will also be a member of the eaat.
"Charley'a Aunt," with tlie orlRinal .New-4ork
eaal wiu be preaented at the Btandard Theatre for
one'week, beglnning on Monday, Beptember 9.
lohn Har. for his first Amerlcan tour has se
cured \li?s Julla Nellaon and Fred Terry, a younger
brother of Mlsa Ellen Terry. charles Orovea. who
haa lonK been aaaoclated with Mr. Har<- and the
Garrlck Theatre Company, has been re-engaRed,
ai I ia caal for s-une of his most su.-cessful i.arts.
St Jamea'a Hall haa been renamed The f.aiety
by its new manager, Alfred E. Aarons. Mr. Aarona
haa had the house renovated and baa made other
ImprovementB. H< will open II ?n S.-ptember i
nrlth "The White Crook." ?__ ?. .
Por Oeorge R. Slma'a n?-w drama The ( ity or
Pleaaure," soon to be given at the Ebnplre Theatre,
a number of well-known pl.iy.-rs have been aelected.
They Include Joseph Vt/heelock, ?)? H. Ullmour,
Cecll M V'rke, Charles Mowser, charles Harl.ury.
\lis- Effle Shannon, Mlaa Eleanor Carey, Miss Annie
Boutherland, Miss I.lly Iiruj; aad Miss Elita PrOCtor
The I.iliputlan company, und.-r the manaxement
of c.ul and Theodor Roaenfald, wtll open a two
montha1 engagement at the Prledrlch \\ilhclm
Ische Theatre, in Rerlln. on August 90. ihe
company will not r.-turn to this country thls sea
K.,n the Messrs. Roaenfeld havina booked the same
ln other C.rman Cltlea and in Ausiria. The com
pany will be aeen here aKaln ln tbe season of
John Slocum ls daily rehearslnt? hia "Trllby"
company. preparatory to beginnitia: his season and
lhal of the Harlem Opera House on Monday nl?ht.
Jullan Magnua Miss Marle B/alnwrlgbt'e man
i , -,vh" la li London, wrltea that Miss Waln
wriKht will revlve thls season Sheridan Knowles'a
?Tho Love Chaae." Hhe will alternate lt with
"Daiiahtera ot Eva," ln whl.-h she played all last
wlnter. . _
The Tavary Crand Opera Company will open
i' lonel Slnn a n.-w Montauk Th.-atre. ln Mrooklyn,
on the evenlB* of Monday. Beptember 16, with a
productlon of \Va?ner's "Flyl.'i? Dutchman."
Thomaa Q Beabrooke will begln his tour, under
the management of James Jay Brady, at the Park
Theatre. BOSton. on September 9 The first comedy
m whlcb he will appear Ih "A World of Trouble,"
by Harrv and Kdward 1'auKon.
"The Great l'tamond Robbery" will have an
elaboiate produ.tion at the An erican Theatre on
Reptember 2 The man.igement has provlded
ate and ,-ostly acces_t>riea Bcanery has heen
palnted i'V Hoyt, Marsden, Clare and Albert The
HE COMES ACROSS THE SEA!
JOHN BUUU 1IE ,'UMIS ACWMM THK 8F.A
A IVKi.i.MK WAIIM III" TENDER
T?? HIM ANI- TO VAI.KYIUr. III.
HIT B'B'VE fitiT oi it PEFENPER!
VAI.KYRIK III. AS WK HAVE UKCKONED.
WIIA have a CHAKCB to ocnai in-W-covh.
|0-M rlflit. 1-U__ _/ Tb* J--?e I'utiUahlng .;_._.
IN YOUR EAR
THE SECRET OP BEALrTY
ol the compleak*., heada,
arma. and halr Is toaad la the
perfect actton ol the Poree,
8ol4 lhra?f?~e4 B_8 ?e?IC
Biitlab -*P?4 . r. !?B-'BaBT 8
Bo a i. I_.n J""- r-rraa Daea
.bb -Baa. Cear, BalB
I Tho date for the opening Of T. C. ,W h tney s BOW
operetta. The Bathlng OuV' ls BettM ^r Beptem?
ber -' at the Klfth Avenua Pheatra Ihe work la bj
Meem-a. Coverley and Kughea, ind was flrat pro
duced hy Whltney'a "Fenclng Maater company in
Si,n Pranclaco but aeaaon.
Aliiia Webater Powell, a young Amerlcan, baa
H-.ade her flrst appearance aa a prima dotina at.
yranltfort-on-the-Main. The crltlca nraise Bar
technlfitie, an.l marvei that she abould Blng the
nart of the yueen of the Night ln "Ihe BUftfl
The' second aeason of the Della Foa Ooera Com
pany begln* on Thursday nlglit, August 29, InBU l I
at Septemb-r ., at I'a.m-r's. The n.-w ODMa has
i.een called "l-'ieur de Ly. ai I la ln three acts, It
has been adapted from the French of ? blvat an<i
Duru. the text anl lyrlca bel ig by J. Cheever Oooa
wln and the mualc by WlllUm Purat. The coal imea
were made by I'azlan and the aceuery waapatnted
by Marsden. The opera is to be ataaed by Rl' > i
Barker. The prlnclpal membera of the companj
are .FefTerson De Angelis. A. C. WheeUUl, ' harlea
j. t"ampbe;i. Meiville Btevart, Charlea Dungan. Ed?
ward K night and Mlaae. Ida Pltshugh, Ka;e l art,
El.a Aubry, Laura Walnaford and Della Pox.
Leon Margulles, who managed Walter pamroacn s
German opera aeaaon last wlnter and will al-.,
have charge of the one promlsed for the comlng
wlnter. has Just returned from Europe, where he
has been attenditig to bualneu I" Mation to h:_
nnd Mr, DamrOBChB plana He announces th.- re
engagement of Max Alvary to stng lea.llng tenor
parta wlth the eompanv. At the tlme he went away
lt was not underatood that Herr Alvary would
be enK.iate.1 for next aeaaon. Most of the plaaa
have already been announced.
ARMY SOTB8 OF ISTF.RF.ST.
It Ib a cause of gratlflcatlon to Army and Nivy
offlcers who have been put on the retlred 11ft at
reduced pay, because of some physical troublo
whlrh lneapacltates theni for active servlce In the
tleld or on shlpboard, thal poolUoua of respon.ibillty.
requlrlng speolal aptltude and capabliities, in c.vil
I llfe are off.-red to them. Many of BUCh lnstances
have been noted ln the cohitnns of The Trlbune,
and one that may be entimerated ln the llst Is
that of Captaln .loseph A. Sladen. a retlre.l oflleer
Of the Army, who is clerk of the United Btatea
Clr r t'ourt in Oregon. Another honor thnt has
recently come to him la that of a medal award. I
I to him by Congress for gailantry at the b.-tttle of
[ Reaaca, Qeonrla, May 14. IMi Thls provee that
reward comes to him who wattS, but Captaln Sladen
has walted a long tlm?.
Honors also come to these ln nctlve llfe, and
they have to walt, too, under the present expe?
rlence of slow promotion. The rettremeot ..f Colo?
nel winthrop as Asalatant Judge-Advocate-Oeaeral
made a racaney to which Ueutenaat-ColoBol
Thomas F. Harr has been promoted. I'olonel Harr
recently dellvered an Interestlng addrem at Vine
yard Maven, Mass., the occasion being the opening
of a publlc library. He Is now eecond ln rank In the
corps. and wlll probably BUCCeed Bl igadlcr-.I.-neral
Lteber as Judge-Advocate-Qeneral when Ceneral
Lteber retlrea on May 21, 1901, Thls wlll give to
Colonel Harr the ranlc and tltle of brlgadter-general
before he reaches th.- retirlng Bge 00 Nov.-mber 18,
Senator John M. Thurston and Captaln William
H. Reck, of the ioth Cavalry, aad actlng as [adlaa
Agent of the WlnnebagOCB In Nebraska, have ha I
an Interchange of opinions that may be hearl
from later. It appearB that a delegatlon of Ne?
braska Congressmen called upon Captaln Reck to
lnvestlgate him, and Captaln Beck asserte.l that
he dld not recognlze their authorlty, as he was re
aponalbla to the Becretary of the Interior and Sec?
retary of War only. When one of the delegatlon
charged the captaln with not telling the truth ln
reply to QUMtloaa, he Jumped up anl exdtedly re?
marked: "You get out of her-; thls Is my offlVe;
I wlll not have you In It. <_>-t out before I have
you thrown out." To this Benator Thurston r.?
sponded: "I wlsh to know whether or not thls
delejratlon, representlng ;i niaiorlty of the N __
hraska I'ongress deleg.ati.in, is to proceed without
a repetltlon of such BCOBCa as the one we h.t\e
Just seen enacted. If thls delegatlon Is h.-re with?
out right-the nght of Amerlcan dtlsena to know
how their own affalrs are being COnducted?1 for
one am ready to retlre at once." The captaln re
peated In an exclted manner that he dl.l not recog
nl_e the authorlty of the delegatlon; that It was
not a committee empowered 10 act, and that It had
no rlght to lnvestigate him. Then Mrs. H.-,-k, Who
had been actlng as a BOrt of a Ivisory eoun
her htisband. nrose, and, without addreeelng the
delegatlon, referre 1 to Beaator Thurston as an ui
soient man and an laaulUiig meddler. CHBcera are
anxlous to know what Wlll be the ilnal OUtCOma
of the affair.
A cadet undergoing his tltia! examlaatloa at \Y al
Point recently ha. rauae for eongratulatl.t. that ;t
woman can tell a llo under certaln circumai tnce.
Every cadet kmws that f.nr mbrka agalnst I lm
render him ilabi>> to dlamlaaal The one illuded lo
had three dlacredtta to his record, and another would
have lost him his comml.alon One of the >ti
rulea at Weal Polnl torbida the amoktng of
ettes. aad aa the rou.igatera have no pocketa those
?h,> sniok. tind th- ,nalde band of tha cap _ good
hldlng placa for the ctgarettea. When tne ...,?'
rais^.l hla car. iu mlute to a paaalng oflleer a c ir
ette fell to Ihe groun l. The Oflleer caught alght of
lt and declared that he shou; l report the Infractl ,n
of the ru:,'. A Mlchlgan glrl atandlna by atepped
up and In a haughty tone -all "Thal 1s nol hla
ctgarette, it la aalaa I know lt ls a ehameful thlna
for a young woman t>, airoke. but lots of glrls do
It. and l must confeaa t,> my own dlagrace rath<r
than have this roung man punlshed. Th.- cadet
a aa not reported. but recelved hla parchment .11
ploma the next day.
Rrlgadler-Ceneral Morgan, chlef of tho rommls
sary Department. has a prop.wltion t., lay before
the next Coagresfl vht.-h maeta with the general
approval of ottlcers Hut it nsks for att approprl itlon
hence Congreaa may nol t,.- bo ready to give favor'
ab> a.-t'.on t., the jj.'heme. He propoaea thal each
otfleer ahall be aenred wlth rationa and be supp",.|
wlth one aervant, but lf the oflleer siuii be ln com
man.) of four compaalea ?r more, then he mt\ t, ?
Biipplle.i wlth Iwo aervanta. The need ..f aora* auch
provlal ti hai I.n apparenl t,> tha oincera for aome
time. but to put It into operatlofl requlree ieKiBla
tion aad an approprlatlon.
The report that rhe War Depaftmenl had Blghted
Oeaeral W. s. Roaecraaa by nol inviting him to
ac.-er,t cotirtesieg due to him In the cereinoni.-s at
tending the .!?? lieaflon of th- I'hi.kainauna Battla
I'ark ls dealad by the Natlonal i'ark Commlaslon
It Is declared that his physl.-lans had s.u I that ;i
trlp from !>'. Angeles. Cal. to Tenaeaaee WOUld be
fatal to hlni, hence they would not permlt him to g ,. |
The quarters at Kort t'took are to be ready for
occupatlon 00 September 15, and lt now seenia prob
able that the troopa at Kort Omaha, whlcb la lo be
abandoned, wlll ba aent t. the new poat
WILLIAM R. 8TEWABT8 GIFT.
A WINDOW FOR THI CHURCH OF THE
is Df MKM-.itY OP ICLIA RlliNKi.w:-r.fi-T__B
?CBIPTUBA-, PASSAOE BTH-CH IT
A eolored ?rlass wln low has Just been gtvea ba
Church of tbe A* BBalaa, Flf'h-av*. anl T'T.th-at,,
by Wllllam R. Btawart, ln memory of J;i.a Rhlna*
lander. lt forms a plctorial llluatratlon of the foi
lowlna words of Bt Matthew:
"In the ..nd of tb6 Babbatb, as It bejran ti dawa
?oward the first of the week. came Mary Magdalene
and the other Mary to aaa tha aepul bre, Ar.d,
behold, th.-re was a tfre;u .-arthrjuake, for the anaT-l
of the t?ord daacaaded from Beav a, and
JULZA RHINBI_ANlD_m MBMORIAL WlNDCnf.
CHURCH OF THK ABCKKBION.
and rolled back the stone from the door aal 88
UpOB lt. His count.-nan.-e was llke Ufrbtnlag aad
hta raii-i. ?' B ta aa snow. And for fear ef _"U
tha kaapera dld ahake and became o$ dead mta.
And tbe anaal anawared and said unto the ? men,
'Fear not ye: for 1 know that ye aeek Je? ia, _n_a_
waa eruetae l. Ha la not here, for he la rtaea, aa
h>> said. Come, see the place- where the I.o.-d lay.
Aad ko qutekly and tell his dlsciplea th.it he 18
rlsen from the .bad; ar.d tn-holJ. he goeth . ? fore
you Into Oalllee; tbare shall ye aee him. lo, I h*?a
told you.' "
The aru-.-l speaking to the woman la repre?entei
in g 86081 reverentl.il and spintual flgur*. ah ? t_e
pose. tanaanta aad radlatlng lU-nt are _n wttA*>
tlve of aa inhabltaat of the ealaatlel country ra
veallni? hims. If to tha falthfttl womon. The Marre
are groupad on one alde and la front of the a?????
One Ol tbe Mary- :s apparently so overp- ? red
with tho maJ.-.-ty of the BO ne as to fall upon her
a-iaaa, while tbe I with awe, i? '
OBi baad upon h.-r boaom aad wuh the other s-had*
Idk h,T eyea from th?- r-faltc-ac. of ligiu e_-__aat_afj
from tha aagai Th* -*ck_xound i- c-aaaaa '? -f
liiks aad traea, wblch in thelr turn are grougaa
Bgalaat aa aarly mornlng sk>. Many af the i._n_*
Boma effeota exblblte l la this window have been at
talnad by ibe uae ot Ttffanj favrtile glaaa, :l n'w
form of aiateiial whlch has avedvad fr.'tn a vareful
Btudy of thi chemlatry of tbe aubject. The ??:'.?'?
araa dcalgned by Frederlck Wllaon and made oy
the Tlffan) Glaaa and Decoratlng Company. ree
tormal unvelllng will lake place upon Mr. Bu-warta
return from Europe.
BY THK IABBAIDB AT OAWAXDAItVA.
CanandaiKua, X. Y. Au*. 17 Q_p6f-6l). TB6 lo**
lowtag people are now at Beneca Potal Hotel; Miaa
Klar ar.d Mlaa Mooee, Byracuaa; Mrs Bargea
Charlea n. Babcock, H. L Carpaater, H f. w
fany. B. V. i.in.s. Baekutatar; Mr. anl Mra ??.__.
i..\Ms, Byra uae; Mra. J. n Cbaae _n,i M'?* Ev?
Cbaaa, Racbeater; Mr. and Mrs n. A. Mor-*_.
Indlanapol s, Mr. and Mra. A. H Cluck. Xe?
Vork; Mra T. A. Crump and Mrs I.HBJ ph Crump,
Asbury Park, N. J . W. H. Btawart,, H. V. CUtk,
Mra. Maurtoe laaydaa. n. A W/llBaaeaaa, J. Cbaaa*
b.-tlaiii, Jr., Rocbi
Tlp- Board of Superviaora of Oatarki County held
Its unnu.,1 ,i un at BeBaoa Point oti the IMB M*r"
mii i (Jraenwood, ef Kewark, aaa tbe apeaber al
the day. Tbare were HI aaopla al dlaner, aad ine
Brat rtpe gtapee or th.- aeaaoa arere aerved fraaa "je
famous viiieyarda for vs.nch CaaaadatfTUa l._au -9
BOTBB WBOM WBW-BBDFOBJA
New-Redfonl. Aua. 17 (Bpeclai) -The Port.muea#
icsld.-nts of thla clty, who niuul.-i about 6.0W/. 6666-!
l-i-.it. 1 the _i:inv?-r_.iry gd ige birlh of Bt, AnlonldJ
Thursday !?> 9 p_r_.de, bu;io._et and spcechv*. A
laraa number of vlaliora came here from aurround.
Hufus A. Boule has announce.1 himself aa a c.n.l*
d.uc f.,r state Banator. to rlll the vacaacy left ht
the reiireuietil of l'r.-ldeat bui.tr.