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Colgate's Violet Water. control them the Dest you can." A lot ad them iwre built, ar.d they were filled with spectators." NEW'-YOKK'S IMSl'ITAMTY. Controller Fitch ??aid ysBJtatlaf that the spec? tacle presented OH Tuesday was the BCOBd mag? nificent ever seen In New-York. "One of the most noticeable things yesterday." the Controller continued, "wa?? the indefatigable hobi'ttallty of New-Yorkers There was hardly a private resi? dence In Madleon or Fifth ave. or in Riverside Drive ttrat wan not tamed tor the occasion Into a hotel without charge. The crowd? of out-of town relatives and friends, children and young people that were entertained ai ali thi se houses made it look like sa .??d-fashio.ied Thanksgiv? ing in USB country. This was particularly the case ?>? Riverside Drive AU Ike people Beamed ?o b? rivals in the generous ei ?< rtalnmeni of ?heir friends. "Next to this. \h? in? st striking thing to the onlooker was the behavior ,.f tne crowds I have lived in all the large it. s of Europe, and have seen many of the atriklng events of the last thirty year?. 1 never saw Buck an orderly, food? nature?! and patriotic lot of people as those who atood the wind, told and dust all day yester dav ?." President Barker of th.? Tax Department aald: "The whole affair was colossal in Its magnitude, and shows thai .Mayor Strong i ? astee s a master mind for organization. n?* apeeck waa t.? me a marvel of sentiment and conciseness It remind? ed me of the speech of Abraham I.inc..In which he ariads at the dedication of ih?? hattle-fisld "f Gettysburg. The dedication of the Grant Monu? ment will be remembered for till time as one of the .createsi events of our time." ?nu: PRsTflDENTB BPEECH "I was psrtlctilAr?y pleased." Assistant Cor? porati, ? Counsel William L Tuner said, "with, the sp?e;h of President McKinle) la spite al so many deterrent circumstances, hla voles ran*; out clear and listinet. aid his enunciation was perfect. A man *vkO COUld tiiak ? himself heard st the tank yesterday has established hla fame as an orai":?. General Horace Corte?- In the course of his speech on Tuesday mentioned the fad that pro? vision had been made Is cap the dome of the tomb with a colossal statue. As yet. honrsver, the ?.dan is not much more than a suggestio. . All that hoe been decided on is that the rest of the fund? in the hands ,.f tlie Grant Monument Association, amounting t?' about $12,000, shall be devoted to this purpose, and tha? an offe;? on the part of th- Municipal Art Society to furnish the design will be accepted The headquarter"? f the Grant Day Commi' tee. at No. 1 Broadway, showed signs of beln^ closed up yesterday. The corresrondeacs waa being cleared away, and all th?? tinal business before the disbandine Of the commi'i ?a was be? ing done. Hy to-morrow nothing Will remain of the organisation Out the remembrance of the splendid wirk it ? erformed in making th? pa? rade the auocaas that thn minion .if persona who viewed it voted it to be. Generai Dodge will cn?ertain his staff, th?* marshals of the divisions .-?? the parade and a few invited guests at a dlrr.er at the Union League Club to-morriw evening at 7 o'clock. - ? POLICK WORK F'RATSF.D. CHIEF f'O.VUX THANKS THF. MKMHfP.S OF THK G ?;? ?.~ FAVI ?'.?G.?,G. I S '??G.?'? FROM THF. 1????.?..'. rralse of the police for-e of th?? city was ex pre-sr-d freely yesterday 1> "(ti ?tola and eltUens who witnessed the ge? d I ? h ?Vlor of the men in bin* along the lines of th?? psrsds en Tuesday. Mayor Btrotlg took eecaekw to declare that one of tha features af th.? parade tn.a grsa pr.nkuiH.'ly Kr-tllfyinif to r.lm was the splendid work of the police. Qeaerai PodKe, tne grand mnrshai of tha paratie, said lie rever had seen tne police perform ?uch arduous -.veri: with so much tac? sad f .r hearance The Pouce ? omnlssleetera saassssed tlulr satisfaction with tne police w< rk. and they iecelv?ri from Chief Conlln a sp?cial report t ht t th? work of the ???panine:.! ?a connection with in psrsde had been perfonned "efficiently and satisfactorily.'' The Chief also addressed to th? Sven be rs of the force a letter <? thanks and rom mei lutlo.i. PROMINENT QUESTS LEAVING. Mi sT ??" ??G. <;>VKI.\i'lt.s ANI? MAN?" OC ???? MIU'MATS ANI' < "?' i H ESSI? ? ? 009?? There was much Waning to and fio yesterday ar.d pr?par?t.on fur leaving tire city on the part of th', distinguished guasta who came here to be present at the Grant I'a.v exercises The two rpficinl ?.rains one on th?? Pennsylvania and the ether on the Baltimore and ( ?Ino? which brought the President, Vtee-Prealdent, Diplomatic ''..rps and CoiiKie?sir.'? 'eft Jersey <"ity St '."?." a m yesterday The nianrlty of those who came on these trains ni.n.eJ on them 'i'ne most notable exception? were President McKinley, Secretary Gage., genstor Hanns, Bef?or lionero, th- Mealean Minister, end Beaste* Parskei The hotels are cleaning out rapidly, sad by another day the city Will not have within Its border? more than the normiii Dumber of distil ? ilsht ' osen Vice-Presi'''nt Hohart Was "tu? o? tho?? who went on lb?? spadai train av? r the Paltlmo^ and < Ilio. The members of the (Tatted State- Senate, Representatives Payne, l>alz? 1!. Bailey and others al.?o were lakes to Washington bj the Baltimore and Ohio train. The I'eiinsv ?varila train earned the Diplomatic Corp.* and the member? of the President's Cabinet. They went to th?? station singly or in groups. Xo attempt at organ zntlon was made. The various Governors that came to th?? city to take part in the parade are rapidly leaving tha elty, Governor Lowndoa of Maryland, who ha? betn stayinB at the Waldorf, started las? avening for Baltimore. Most of his staff left the elty before he did. ?lover?.or HsaUagS of I'ennsylv; nia, a - companled by his staff, ?ef; ih.? Holland House early in the afternoon and went t" Jersey City, where a train was taken for Hsrrtsburg. Qov? ernor I.lppltt of Ithod?? Island, with his staff, re main? over until to-day. The dSetSICII wns ma'le In ordor to allow the staT to atten,! t),,. naval offle?rs' reception at the Waldorf last night Gov? ernor Took of t'oiintct'.cut was one of 'he ftrs' t-i lie astir at th<i I'laza ysBtsrdsj morning. With the memhera of Ms staff he left the In,tel ?r. time to cii'-h the 8 3?.? o'clock train at the Qrsnd ?'entrai Station Governor Black, after Paying his respects to the Presiden: at the Windsor, ?eft hi? staff :-, ?Lift for themselvt?, nntl drove to the Grand Cen? tral Station, whet?? he took, a train tor Albany The most of ?,is sr.rff remained in th. city to n't tend the naval reception. s? ?Mi: OF THI INJURED. Colonel Finlay Aml-rson. ? ho was thrown from his horee In the parade, a:;.l taken to :-? Lube's Hospital, was iresterdsy regretted t?? be recovering rapidly, ar.d it Is expected tb.it !..? will 1. out of the hospital by tonight or to morrow ? sllgbl scalp wound is the only result of the accident. < Ol? one! Ander?on who live- at H* BJ UVsi Twenti? eth-st , was a ?pedal atas oa tin? staff of Oenersl Paige, He wsa an adJuUwt-gansral oa Deaerai Hur.cock s staff during the war The horse which threw hiss was lent b) Colonel Cody ? I'.urf., io i?? ;? The animai was a spirp.il Bars?, and BtltSBSB fn?riit ened at the cheering, throwing ?ts rider ov.r its head Colonel Anderson is an expert horseman, and the accident was owing to no want of ?kill on his pan. He rstarasd to this city lrom r?:?! l'ran? Iseo only a few days ago. Major G? orge m RadfleM wko wag takes to hi?, home in Stamfcrd. Conn., on Tuesday, ?ufferlng fron, the effect? of a full from his hifse In the parade, telephoned yesterday to the manager of his Office. No. SBJ Broadway, that the accident was not a serious one. He waa lad.y ?haken up. but hopes to b? downtown again in a day or two Major Bedf.eid'e hor?e ?hied and beanie unmanageable ut Pive im?'.* Drive and Seventy-second-M.. throw? ing it? rider, who was examined by Itr. Dow and ?ent borne In a ? arrlage. It was feared at first tha? Internal Injuries might have resulted from the fall. Major Redfleld is a well-known New-York clubman, and I? a member of the G ? ? and the I?ya! Legion ?? Hood's Are as much superior to ^^ other* as. Ho ,d'?? Karsaparllia W% ? I I is f? all other sarsaparilla Be' I I I S an<f blood purifiers. They ar? eaey to take, easy to opsrat?. silent but ceruln. Sold by all druffgisu. 2o ftBftB. THK PRESIDENT'S VISIT. MR. M' vINEEY AND HIS TARTY PASS A QIMKT DAY. N'>T tlERDOUT uv THI <;rant DAY CgMaMOMIgl - A WALK TIII.filV.il ???????, PARK < Al.t.KHS AT THE WMlSJOR. President McKinley did not reiurn to Washincmn yi stcrday. but decided to remain until to-day. as was announced In yesterday's Tribune. Ihe Presi? dent arrived at the Windsor Hotel ?ate Tuesday Sight, Of rather early yesterday mornliiK. from the Ualea Laagui club reception. 11 *? was tiioroushiy tired out by the wearing; exercises of the memorial parade, and retired at once. He slopi well, al thoUKh not long, and arose at 8.80 o'clock much re? fi esrmj. ?? ate breakfast with Mrs. McKinley in bla room? and aft? rw m d received several callers. Among ?hose who sent up cards were Mayor Strung. KIward I-auterbach. General O'Hrien. Senator Pi ac? tor and Senator Hanna. Secretary liane and Secre? tary' Sherman greeted the President In the forenoon, nnd talked with him for some lime. Cornelias N. ? is* came iti before noon and went up 10 the President's room and rnwslned there for some time. Thru tke ?Beaaber? et tke Bsaat? delegati ??. who were getting ready to reiurn to Washington. dropped in on? by une and i>a: ! their respects to the Tresi .Ktit. Mr.-. McK.nley .said that she was In excellent health afier tht ceremonies ot ??ran; I ?ay an,I lue dinner tendered her in the evening. She received a number uf friend? in the forenoon, including the WtVM of the Cabinet oflici-r?? and Senators. Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt and her daughter Qladyi osi id ?1 the hotel and wer?, shown up li the parlor ll"".?. a/here ihey were warmly greeted by Sirs, McKinley aa i lira Abnc McKinley. yVhil? Mrs McKinley was receiving ?laltors the Prealdent, accompanied by hl* privat? secretary, John Adelson Porter, started out i"r a walk They paced up Fifta-avc at a brisk rate, and were fol? lowed closely by two detectives, Thej continued on :?> (\ntra: Park and walked through the Park, The jaunt was uneventful, and ;he Presldem returned la tne hotel before 1 o'clock, lb? wa?? recognised anJ greeted by man;, lie ?-?.?-el <?? Ih? Street Luncheon ?ras served a: I Js o'clock In the President's room, at \\.?,.?? M:?, Vanderbilt aras present. After luncheon Governor Bushnell, accompanied by the members ol bis siaff, paid ? brief viali t?> President McKlnb) Governor Black and ids staff e. so calle?? aIui pi? their respects, The President .?irts adopted a rule not to be Interviewed, bui hi deputised Mr Porter yeaterday to aay that he was in sxcelleni h.-aiii! and thai be had quit? regali...I h'a strength after the tax placed ui><>n It Tuei lay. He sent a greeting 11 the public and complimented New-York upon the lavish hospitality It had shown and the ma'.nor In which the exercls-s of Tuesday ? ere cai rled out, \tr. ? receiving s number of visitor? In the nft.T norn. the President 1. ft the Windsor nn.l took a drive throusn Central Park if?? vus accompanied by his brother Ahn.?- and Mr Porter. The? drove up Plfth-ave., through the Park, out Riverside Drivi and around ?'.rant's tomb, Tire party re? turned to the hotel about 6 o'clock Supper ??,,< served In the President'? rooms The President did not leav? his ?o.ms In the hotel In th? evening. He ?pent the rr.,?; of the tim?? with Mr Porter, going over a mass of correspondence and attending to urgent business The President declined an In? vitation to be present at th?? naval reception, and riNo declined one or two dinner Invitations. He pleaded preasl is business as an excuse. Tb?? President's private car is lying In the yard? in the Peni sylvanla station in Jersey City, snd can be attached to a regular train at any tini", or ?n engine is waiting to run it special The Prealdent hud r.ot decided Ir.st nleht Just when he a/OUld re? turn ? Waahlngton, He thought he might go to? ol,> but it is possible his visit to the el'y may be prolonger', until to-morrow. A party consisting Of Mrs. McKinby the wife of the Prealdent; Mr. and Mrs. Abner McKinley, th.? President's hrother and sister-in-law: Misa Mabel McKinley, their daughter; Charles G. Paw??, of Illinois,' Mrs. gast?n anil Colonel William ?' Brown, et Ohio, occupied the two lower boxe? at the Lyceum Thealre la?t evening and witnessed the erfcrmsnee of "The Mvsterlous Mr Bugle.-? The arrived Si the theatre In two carriages about 8:46 ?? Bi -e BACK IX WASHINGTON* AGAIN ARRIVAL OF PART OF THK PRESUMENTI A I, PARTT AT THF CAPITAL. Washington April 28 -The Pennsylvania Rail? road'? special trair which carried rresi.l. nt Me Kbiley, Mra ?"'rant, the CaMnel nnd the Dlplo? matlo Corpi to New-York for the Great cera monies returned to Wash'ugton to-day. '"he Pre?? ' Ident nnd his party. Mrs. ??rant's party. Admira'. Brown and (?eneral Miies resaalncd 'n N. w-York. as did many of the diplomats. The company which the train carrle I on its return trio Included gs ?ro? tary Sherman, Pos'm,? s'er-i.leneral Qary, Attorney Oeaeral McKenna, gecretary Wllion, Adjutant Gener?! RUggles, th.? British Ambassador, gir Julian Pauaeefote; the Preach Ambassador, M Patenbtra, and about twenly-flve other diplomata. Tiie train made the run In four hours and llfty minutes, leaving Jers.-y City at 11:80 and arriving in Washington at 4:4a. The tri;i Was without Inci? derli. t?,?? Vice-Presidential train on ti,? Baltimore ar.d Ohio road arrive,) bere Shortly before :, o'clock, nfier a Uve hours' run fr as Kew-Tork. Mr. 1 llobart an l the- committees of the innate and House returned on the train. Speaker Heed did not return with th" party, bit Is expected on Erl? eb, v. -a SPANISH OFFICERS' GRACEFUL ACT. The MAUaXMJCVM ?p.?????tp' with thi: in. PAKTS MARIA TERESA S SKARCIH.ICH G SIA rniscAY ?HOOT. There was unanimously favorable and kin Hy oemment among the naval officer?, at the UTaldoti last nlftht on the graceful act of the officer?? of tbe Spanish cruiser Infanta Maria ? resa, who on Tuesday nl(<h?, a? th? vessel lay at anchor wlih the other warships In t'r.e N-irth Hiver. Mrr.e. 1 lb? cruiser's great searchlight on tl.e iirunt Mausoleum an.? kVp; the tomb Illuminated all night. Naval men generally though! the sot worthy of the high? est nraise. -e? A DINNER AT GENERAL Bt'TTKHFlEI.ri'S. General Daniel BetterneM entertalaed at dinner la? evening a number of guest?, Including serverai visitors who came to attend the Qrant exercises. C,? neral Hutteraeld's handsome home, at No. Ml Eifth-ave , was tastefully decorated in honor of the occasion, end thi dlnina-ro?m was a bower of flowers. Th? dinner Ml in reality a sort of fare wfll for Ornerai Horace Porter, who will ?oOfl ?all for France to assume, the office of Ambassador. In honor of this tb.? menu* were d?00ral?d With American and French flak's ?ntWhWd. ('overs ?en- laid for tw.nty-four. Governor Hastings, of Pennsylvania, and Governor Atkinson, of West Vir? ginia, wer?? unable to com.?, saving started for home previous to the dinner. Those Who were prescht wer? General Porter, Governor Grout, of Venn nt; es-Governor Roswell ? Flower, ex Governor Alonso ?. ?-ornel?, Governor Grtggs, of New-Jersey; Governor Powers, of Maine; ?Se?eraI ?; M Dodge. General Wesley Merritt, General O <> ??..-.?. ird, Captain Q ?- Glllesple, Captain Howard gecretary Gage, Senator Wet more, of Rhode l.land Elbridge T. Gerry, Bllhu Root, A. D Juli ?lard. Muni?; ? -b sui?. Henry w. Cannon. .1. Ed? ward Blmmona, Brayton Ivea and Benatoi Stewart -?. SECRETARY GAGE visits Kl.l.is island Ionian .? Gags, .Secretar) of the Treasury, is th* oniy ssembei of the Cabinet mil remaining Is tha city. The ether Cabinet officers left tb? etty elthtr yestsfdsy forenoon, or la thi ifternoon, sad re? turned to Waahlngton secretary Gsg? ispecta te be tar?? until to-morrow. To-day be will im.> ,, visit to Wall Street aad lb? gub-Treaaury Tax Secre? tary yesterday announced blmaelf as much pleased With the way things had gOB? In Ih Urani Day exercises, end paid a tributa ta the efficiency of Ike whole management of the affair. Teaterday forenoon Secretary Gage, Mr- Gage H? rasas Stump, Gommiseli ni - of Immigrati m; Col? lector Ktlbretn and ths Assistant commissioner of Immigration, Edward Mcgweeny, boarded the rev- j ernie cutler Manhattan al tb? barge onice, about ; l'i o'cio-k, and were takei to Billa Island. The ' visit waa a tour el laapectloo, it wsa the Ural timi that secretar) ?..??.?.? ),,U\ tver seen st Billa Island, which department la within bla Jurisdiction After a \ lisi ? to Furt Wads Wort ? ato h'or Haml ton ib.- party went tip Ha? North Hiver to view the warships A (Unni r will be give? this , v, n.'.g in tb? La? ri r^ ????. in th?? Etiultablc Building, by Conrad N Jor .1 m, Aaalstant L'nlted States Treasurer at New Tors, m w)ii? ti ? number of leading bank presi denta bava been Invited for ih?? purpose of meeting Secretary Gage Mr Gag? Is acquainted with most if th.? New-Vork bank presidents through bis former position ,:? presides! of the Fir.-t National H>ink of Cbleago, but Mr Jordan's dinner ?aill furnish IbC first opportunity f.,.? exchange uf views with tbem un.br hi? new relntlon a? Hit? chief finance ufrVrr .?f the Government. It is expected that Mr Hag.? will to-day Viali the Custom IIou?, mal perhaps some of the bunks. -? THK GRANT FAMILY Mrs IT, S Orasi war, vi.sli.il by a number of sge fi lends at th? Fifth Avenue Hotel yesterday, and it was said that she had not been too mich tired by the ntundaive upon the ceremonies at her hun hand'l tomb on Tui?dn>. Mrs Honoris and ?,.t two daughters were with Mr?, firnnt, and It us? ui.iiei rttooo Ht the hotel ttint they wouM remain until near the end of the week. F H. Crant. Jr., waa still at the hotel with hli family ycatenlay! They probably will ?pend aoin?? time at their farm In Weetchester County before ?oing back to Ran I'leio, Cal. Jeass H. Grant and hia family left th. ?Ity yesterday ? 'olone! Frederick I) Grant wui in aia orr.ee at I'o.le?? H> ad'iuariers for a lime yester? day and later went to the hotel io visti hin mother and ?inter lie ?did: "All ihe members of mv family are greatly of reeled, pleae-d and ?/rstlrted at the demonntrailuii yesterday In honor of my fatiier? memory ?? Colonel <.?r?nt tn: o f,poke warmly in praise of the Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY. Uso?l by pgoplg of r?'fin(>ini>nt for over a quarter of ft ???'titury. work of the police along the line of parade <"? G?'?? I day, and ?aid the work Indicated Improved disci? pline of tri?? force, credit was due to chief ? onlln. Deputy chief Cnrtrlght and Other of?cers of the force, he said, for the perfect arrangement?. THOUSANDS ?? THE TOMB. A (.HEAT THRONG VIEWS THE SCENE OF TI'ESDAY'S CBRBMONIS8. RTCLIC Hi'NTKKs tkai: DOWH t?? HAHeiHtM 'i: .? ??? ??G.-.'?.??? BTAJtO-OWM ?? ????t???; rann ?ossacs reg w.\n siitrs UtAVB t??: tCKMK. Clarentont btoked assolata and lonely yesterday morning afur the pageant of th.? prsvlouB day, hut in th.? sftetsjosa al leaat ??,??? people visited the ??rant inau.-oleuni and WOTB permitted te paSB with? in the mass.? gstes. Peur poli cm? n wie BIS? Honed at the toBsh to keep order, and they allowed only a amali number of visitors to vieil the Interior of the monument si ? time In future there *..:; always be both atght and nay ? fores "f I'ark po? licemen at tha ninis il.e.un. and at pr. ent thla force i- larger than ssual ewaag le ihe theasaada who .?re expected to gsse apon the aareephsg " within the lux; few months Th? leash arili t?< open io risi tora every day In lbs > ? ? r from day? break until dusk. At nlghl rlsltom can approach as near to the monumenl as the ? .ist waits, .11 thai i- soi m..1er the Jurisdiction of tha Psrh Board. Within tin limits ,.f Clareatroni and tha Driva h ?a? ? ver. no one la allowed to remain afui ? ? as., ai though cycllsta may ?id- gloaj the Drive if tUej do noi dismount for : 11 ? r ? than Bve mlautea Among th? first visitors to thi I ?mb yesterday were a number of Grand Army veterane, Ind ling a delegation from th?* Georg? G. Heide Post, ?<? Philadelphie, ".' which General Grani asa 1 r many years .1 aaember. The peal Issi vY ed needs? piaci 1 a hsnnei and a memorial wreath beside the -.1 an.is. Tin- Rowera aad otbei memoriala ahm) the M>*csphagua were not remavi I ?. atcrda . and svery visitor pointed out the beautiful arresti) ol leaves and ros<s which is an offering of reap ?. and love from U Hun? Chang. The people whs visited the tomb yeaterdaj morn? ing tore 10 shreds the purple ciotta usad to decorate the stand 1:. fron; of tire mausoleum Tiie pli.s they took home as souvenir;.. ??1.1 old repository has suffered much from the relic hunters, ind a high board Unce had 10 be huil: around it several days ano. Thi? fence bad to b? considerable atrengtbened yesterday, and foui policemen sere stationed si each earner ol It, sa II was feared thai tha crowd? would da aa they pleased with the repository, Many requests for bri ?t- fron Hie structure asee been ree Ived from Grand Arm) posts b) John t Brady, lbs contractor, to whom the temporary tomb has been given, and most of these request? will ???? complied with Th?? work "f t'.trlng dovn .li.? Mg i-r.ind ?tand? was noi begun yesterday, and ali 01 the s;,nnls are llkel) to renaatn bs they ar.? until visitors to the city bava returned to theli homes A ?on o? the contractor ?aid yesterday that it would be courting danger to tear down ihe stand which wa? built especially for the Prealdenl and tha other distinguished guesta of the it, before then The hig stand built dtraetly opposite the tomi? win not be torn dovn until aft?r Decoration Hay. h? on that day a number of Orsnd Army post? .ire to msrch to tha tomb Hosl ol the speculator? In th? stand? aloni? the Drive were counting up their losses yesterday and bewailing their unenviable lo?, ??n!j one ownei of a grandstand is reported ?," have made money He had itnl elected at t ?ne-h'indre land-I w . -nt> s.? ? ond-s; nnd the Drive, and before man) of the other speculator? had th?? foundation? of theirs laid, and waa alile to sell tickets al r? ?sonable pri as Mori ol thi other owners of stands lost from ISM ?o il.????*?'. Several were the victim? ..f a glib-tongues forger and swindler. Thoma.- Buchanan, who bulli tha : opposite the tomb on ?lie Essi Drive, ac? cepted a forged check from this man and leal iv< Mr. Buchanan said t.? .?. Tribune reporter yester day: "I lost flat on my stand, and, aa far aa I have heard, only two aiand-ownera made money. The other? lesi large < ;ms " The forger operated by ??*;:?^ ihe nstnt of It ? Spencer, who lives .it th?? Waldorf, and producing lettera purporting to be su.?;., ,i bj Mr Bp*si cer. The American aid foreign warshlpa widen tool pan in th?.lebrallot weighed anchor at ? o'clo k yesterday afternoon and ?teamed ?lowly down tn? river. The English man-of-war Talbot was the Ural te s??? under way, and slipped through the lana of Ironclada with 1er crew and marinea ?landing at attention on Ihe decha forward and if? Bhe a ia sainted by the benda of the flngahlp ? w-Yorh and the Marl a Teresa b? sii? past 0 Tbe Mew-York, followed by the Indiana an.; Columbia, with the real of the Beet behind, afterward moved slowly down the river, .unii ih?? cheers of thus., on short Fire Marshal Mil he! yesterdaj legan an Investi? gation of a (Ire whir' after midnight burned th? grandstand al Nlnety-dfth-st, and Itlveraid? Drive It la suspected that the Mr?? was of Incendiary origin, THE PLYING OF THE CUBAN PLAG. A REPRESEXTATIVB OF BPAIX*g COKgl'b-OBK BHAL thinks it was IN HAD TASTE, 1:1 t CUBANA DENI AKT IHTBNTIOJt 0? il \KIS', A DBH? ?X?TRATK ?? The display of the Cuban flag by two aaeursion sie.iniers and the all? ????! shouting of "ViVS Cubs I.lhre" by their passengers when thej wert nesi 1 ? the gpsnish wsrahii Marie Teresa sad Infanta Isabella, which were In the naval caluma In the ??p.? River sa Tuesday, baa on need much com? ment in Spanish and Cuban circles. The 1.ts in question are ?he side- wheel? r Bam Sloan, .if Starili!? tllen Island Line, and th?? screw steam lighter Columbia At 11.? office id ti.?? B ta tin company, In VTest-at., yesterday, Mr. Hornby, Who haa charge of the ex? cursion department, .aid :l?.:: tin? Sam Sloan had heen chartei.il liy ? Speculator nan.? il Adams, whose address 1?? did atri know. Tke company's representative, ?Aim areni with Ihe boat, reported that there wt r?- som?? twenty-five o? thirty Cubana among her pssaengei Who w.r. perniili.,1 to hang a ?mail Cuban Ma? along ber deckrsU, hut that tii?? Cubana made no nolay demonstration while passing the Spanish warships, A coafideatlal representative of Bettor Tomaa Ratrada Palma, tn?? bead ol th? Cuban Junta, Ma M New-st.. aslu "Then were, 1..?;<.?.- other pas? sengers, between llftj snd als?) Cubana on hoard ?n.? Sun lin..u.. Amens them w.?? Mr Palma Mr, ami Mrs, Rubens, who am the perenta of Ho? ratio B. Ruben?, the counsel : : tht lunta; Mi and Mr? l.enjamln Cluerra and other well-known Cu? ban? Tht excursion wsa noi mad? under the of flclal Buaplcea af tba Junt-i, altnough all >?' the Cubana on board were .??? tainted with one an? other, and ?II were probable ware thai the* would he likely to m< ? ' A 1 'at ? aa? oisieei ?.? the masthead in honor ol Mi : ia, and kepi flyl 1 v\ hile he remaim d on b????ri itere waa no offt ? slve demonstration on boa ? the Sim sin.m while ahe wai ? ???Ini th? Ri?an h n<trships. Mr Palina would bi on? ol tb? laai men In the ?a . ? r i. 1 lo encourage 11 rmll an? dl ?courteous .1 I The Columbia bed only .? fen Cubana on ?001 I. and I was "i.I them Bht displayed a Cuban flag sbove .1 sinn.? if sigi ? arlth which rhe wa >'. ? - mai..1. Bom on.? 1 thli ?. ui ? of her res . . .VU.? 1 *ul ? LI c 1 " '.?? ..'?!? v. ' ? er. ,?..-- : 1 the Bpanl?li warship?, and ht* ?Ingle \?.:? ? ?o 11 ? :? 1 -, rldlculou? thai ill on boari) the Columbia burst Into :. loud ' ii ?ru? "f laughii r " The Bps ? is h Consul Oeneral Bettor Arturo Balda sano, wa- OUI of luwii yesterday, bul lu? reprc ?entatlve, who wa acen al the Consuiate-Oeneral, ?1 1 Btone-a . aald "YV< have no officiai 1? on on the subirci, ImI' ' happened ??? witness ih? al fair myself l waa on board one of the Bpttnlah warship? Tht Bam Bloan passed close along side liei Bhe waa fli Ing a large Cuban flag al her niat.ih.ad will.? ant waa pit? Ina mani "f ? ? psasengsrfl waved mail Cuban naga and loudl -limit,?,), 'Viva Cuba I.for? " The Bosnian officer? and mt ? ignori 1 their action ??. In ade no counter? d?monstration. Of course, no offii lai action can be taken regarding the matter, bul to say the least, it showed very bad laste ? ? the part of the Cu? bans to make an offensive demonstration in the wstera of a Power with which we are al pesce " Th?? American naval Officer? Bt tht Waldorf las; evening aere emphatic In their denunciation ol the Cubans for obtruding such a demonstration on an I Bccnslon "f the kind when the epanlan officers wer.? hers a" guasti of tha Nstloi ? DE. OUSSAULUS AND THE TABERNACLE. \ lagnanti? I slember? of the Broedwaj Tahernael? congregstlon Bald yesterday mat ih. re -.vis nul doubl that the rorigregstion would rstsnd a eall I to ihe Itev l?r Krank \\ < ?uiis.iit.ti?, DSStOt Of ! Plymosth Church ofChlesgs, if ha sssaM ha w|'.|. in?; to accept It "Wi had a consultation with Mr ?lunsaulu?, on afondsy," ?ai<i one si the atembara, "und he im? promised is take under aonatderatioo an esTsr 4 a call, although ihe aatigragatlsn sf Iks asjaadhray Ta borsa Ha ha? set taken setloa to fxtenii a sail io hin,, and he will writ.? t.. tt-t ?fier he ha?, tirr.?? to ??Ik with 1 ime of the prominent masaseis of hi? church In ?????????;? I think in? would 1,. willing to come to thla city if he could Indue?, bla congregstlon In Chicago to let him .nmr. Mil h fee.? that he has uu Important work liters and that he Is under obligation to some of th? iti'in? her? of hlH church who have work?.? with I.i n there I think It Is doubtful It h? can break tbe tir? that hind him lo Plymouth Church of Chieggo other memi, is of Ihr? , ?,???. ?ntlon In ? city aie ln.pefi'l that It? will acttrpl a cu.I front us." FROM DECKS TO BALLROOM. A BRILLIANT RRCBPTION OIVICBM. Knit NAVAL UAY F-KXH AT Till?: tV A !.!>( HtK -?It ???? KHoM TMS EliltKlil.N? AM? WIRHK'AN SHIP;?. The last of th.? oiBclsl funetleni incident to th?? drdlcHlliin of il-ii ral CraTil'- tomb took place last ??rentaaj, When | brllllan? r-iepilon was jtlven at th.? Waldorf in h-mor of the off eses of ti:?? foreign ? snd united Btatea sun ttf ?t?t ?ssitletpatlaf in j Tuesday's renilMBStfS Th? iilTalr was under the I SU-Spl.; Of th" Committee on HgVal Affaire who i spared BO pslM to show th?? naval ofl ? rs fvery possible courtesy sad att'-ntlon. A Ian;?? portion of lb?? Will ?rf was gtves over to th- re.-ptlnn and tO lb.? ball wbl-li followed It. practically the same ? ?oins being .niplio.il an wre mude use of for the (nmiiiiM Era.lb ? Martin ball All the rooms on the first floer of tbl hot??!, Including the .?tute apart? ments, in?n tenanted by hi Hung Caaag, were used as dr. ?slnn-r if.ms and coat-rooms. Here was Ultimad S guard of honor composed of a ? tall from the 1st BettaUOa of the N.w-York Naval H? ??. rvi-.s. In cummand of Lieut, i.ant .lohn II. Bannard, who saluted the dtetlaaulihed guest! a? they pass? d. RECEIVED BT MAYOR AND MHS STRONG. Th.? guasta wi re r.?red la lbs assail ballroom by Mayor and atra. Stroog, aaalatad by Mrs Eiihu ItOOt, Mr- J W. Miller. Mr.. W C. Wbltaey, Mr<. H I. Wlltn? rdtng, Mrs Howard Carril. Mrs Robert M Tbompaon, Mrs. para BenJaaaUi, Mra j Aldea Rarrbaan sad Mr?, alhert ?. Bhattuea. Mrs Strong won? a gOWS of white brocaded satin. ? ??, blase ??;' : ?arta ? lasted by ? alena nd, snd In her hair ? whit, aicr.tie. it was noticeable that si Mrs. Strang received tb? guect? ibe did not ex t. ml her baiai, bul greeted the? with the old faabloned, ?weeping courte??/. Th? rereptten-roont ?.vas profusely decorated with palan aad raaea el American Beauty ran?, while ? small string band stationed her?? faraiabed sott asuste. after being received the guest? paired Inte ta? larg? ballroom, which was brilliantly lighted and gsi with Bags and Sowers, The entire p rt ? es I of tl ?? ballroom a is ?wet ? ? In Raga On four it the sis otilan? were gracefullj Irap , ???? flags of England, Fian?.?. Spain and Italy, th?? four battona ? io?? navlea wire repre seated wall? freni r?ch al I hi ?ad guiar? the Stara sad Stripe? toll gracefully to tb? Boor. Between V.A* a bans si palaia wall? from pinar lo pilar twines tb? Southern clematis dotted here and there aritb oreng? bossonia brought from th? Bout ? eape etaily to dtopl ly tbeli beauty there. On the baiceli ? oppos?t? waa displayed ? beg? Whit? banner bearing th?? coat-of-amis of th? United State? Banked on Mtber sld? by nutre Am?t? In Sags Here, too. twined the clematis aad bloomed American ree??, which also lined the broad ?taire??? lendine; from the balcony to tb? Boor. Throughout the evening the Mexican Mill ten Band, which represented Mesloo at the dedica? tion of ?boera! Great*? tomb, aad the ?ist Regi? ment Band played National airs and dance musi . OPENING <>F Till, BALL Tr ?? guests v.?!??? lata in arriving, but by M i'cio. ? they were cumin?; in larg? sumbers, tb? ssvsl offtcer? clad In ill tb? glory of theti full? orasi uniforms Al WM o'cloeh tb? ball waa Is fui! swlni The orli -rs of tb? f.>t. iu'i men-of-war bad acce ?ted tb? Invttstlona s-nt to them, and ? full attendance waa espected. '" ,,lis thej did noi dUeppOlnt their boat! and hy midnight the floor pre.-, nted a brilliant spectacle, the uniforms of lb? OfACer? lending to th? ?cene I variety that I? want? ing when BBSS i?re clad exclusively In conventional evening drena President McKinley WM Invited to Sttend and at tir?! It was thought that he would be present, but h?? found himself ?o WSeftl 1 hy th- exhausting exercises of Tuesday that he was compelled to decline the Invitation of the commute- Even to th?? i; si many of the guests looked for the arrival of the Prealdeni and much disappointment a is , N, ?,?.,.,? ?,? (,?t absence, At midnight ine care sad -aim garden, bavin? previous!) been shot .?ft froi the lobby of the hotel, wr thrown opes to the guests ;??.? as elaborate buffet supper we? served The hall proceeded gayly until ? lit-? hour this morning and it. success was all that its promoters could have esi.ted or wished. PORBIQN OPfflCERS TIIBRR. Among tbe foreiga ssvsl oslcsrs preaeni ? ?? Capti in Edward ?? Gambi?, Commander Lewie Bayly, Lieutenant leas D. ? ? ? ? :. : r ? : Lieutenant l'utili?.??.?? Hunter, Meutenanl Bertram B. Bvsns, Li? itensnt Vf, H. Leadbeater, Ueutensnt Vf. D. Faton, Ll? utenant R. ll. R. a. Belfe, s ib-Ueuten am H-le p Jeffrie?, Sub-Lieutenant R. H, L ??. Di ige ai ? Chaplain Wilson Hlghmore, of tv Tal? b .t ; Captain Leaplnass. Saune, Lieutenant Orai and Bnatgns Berlot, Chavanon and Coll?n, of the . ton; Captain D ? Jose da Vetga, Captain Don Jacobe Bagul arci Captain Frederlco Gutoroe, ol lb? M um ?? n sa, G?, lui ..f prominent guests cad subscribers to tbe ball Is as follows: Mr. and Mis John Jacob Astor Mr. un.l Mrs. A. O. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. II ?> Arnioni? Mr and Mrs H M Borden, Mr and Mrs .1 8 Hartes. Mr and Mr*. C, W Bowen, Mr. aad Mr-. Q H Benjamin, Mr- and Mr- Park Benjamin, General and Mrs Daniel Butterfleld, C. ? Bliss, ir. Mr nnd Mrs. Georg? ?' Bold!, Mr and Mra William Burri, Mr. and Mis. C ? Bovee, Mr and Mrs ? W Bowne General and Mrs. C. H. ? Collie, Colonel and Mrs \\\ c church, Mr. and Mrs. James ? ; Cannon, General ? ?, - itlln General nrenvllls M Dodge, John H. Duncan, M ? Byre, Mr, and Mrs s ?. French. Controller nd Mrs Aahbel ? Fitch. MI?h Flt.-h. Mr. an.I Mrs Muir.' P, Ferris, Mr. and Mrs, ??.-,G?,^ R, ii.i. on, .1 Arden Harr Iman Mr. and Mrs Frederick ???.\. General and Mrs Tbomaa l. James, Mr and Mr?,' Homer !.??. General and Mr.?. John T. Lock? man Captain md Mr? a. ? Mahan, Mr, and ?p l'hai I? ? Alexandi r, Mr bi d Mri Campbell 8. Chappotln, Misi M Bdna Berge, FYsnklln A Wllcos, Miss Grace Wllcos, Mr and Mr- ? I. Procter. Mr snd Mrs ? G. ? ?. Horden, Mr and Mrs George da P. Barton, Mr, and Mrs. James A Hlancb.ii i. Samuel D. Babcock, Mrs Kdgar Logan, Mr. and Mrs Frederick A War.?, ?? w Cannon, Mr. and Mrs Francis .s Marden. i'\r-ua Clark John I> Crlmmlna, Alexander Cald well Mrs F.iniun ? Bruwaert, ? t Fatrchlkt, Miss ?,,.ol-.? Oraee, M las McClure, William it Grace, jr Albert H Huldekoper, John E Reynold?, Francia J Heron, Moiri? ? Jesus, Loyall Farragut, Jeffer? son m Levy, Major I. Curt?a Bracket t. Miss Anna Rrackett, Colonel A ?? Mill??. Arthur I. Merrtam, Lieutenant and Mra. Jerome S. Mots., Mr and Mr- Donald McLean, H ? ??rien Doremua, Cornelius < ? G. Uiy, General Itorac? Porter, S. S. Packard Mr and Mr- ? .1 Oaklei Rhtnelander, Philip Rhinelander, Bilhu Root, Joan Sabine .Smith um Inni I -- -. ? ? ? ? . Frank llrlswold, Mapenard Stewart Mr. and Mis Mylea Blandish, .1 a Phelpa Stokes Mr and Mra C ?' Bhajrne, Mr and Mr* lean: v' BellRtnan, FM ward \. Taller, Mr and Mrs Robert M Thompson. Colonel and Mrs. w. I, Trenholm Miss Constan ? Trenholm. Miss Helen Trenholm Mrs Henry L Burnett General James A William? son, General and Mrs, Btewari i. Woodford, Mis* Woodfon f?eneral Thomas !.. Watson. Miss Wat son, Horace White, Mrs r \v Wurster MIm Emllj Wurster Mr and Mrs Andrew C. ZabrUkte Colonel and Mrs. l. L, Lang.Ion and Georae Bchleffeltn I ?:?' r: DEBUTAN1 BS Among the young women to whom tb? naval ball servi ? as a formal Introduction ii society were Mi-s, Patti? Rodger?, Mia? Ebne Cleveland, Mis? Laure Batterle? M ? Buuice Terry, Mi-s Dorothy Miller M.-s Bertha Munde, Mi-s Esther Hoppln ??-- Su?.,h Otbba Tbompaon Misi Dorothy ?' i.-t?-?:-!, . - ? Misa ? ?? I.. Th? Committee en Naval Affa under wh? A woman cannot he too careful of her health. Her happiness as maid, wife and mother is dependent upon it I-lvrry woman ?hotild realize that her gen eral health depend?? upon her health in a womanly w.i\ When a ?ornan complains of being sluggish, diary, nervini- and despondent the average doctor at? tribut"* these symptoms to beert ttoubie, or duv orders ..f the lisci He i? sot right once in ten times When a woman fecln this way ?he is usuallv ?uiTer? IHK Itotli weakness or disease of the orgia? distinctly icminine I)t I'lerct ? Pavot ite Inscription is the beat of all known retnedir?, fot ?iitTeting women It SCtS directly OS the delicate and important orgSSfl that bear the burdens ol maternity It makes them strong, healtln and ??fUfUna ThnWSindl of women wh?. werr weak, nervini??, fretful and unhappy wive? are I,, day happy, healthy, helpful and robust as the ? suit of thr SS? of this marveitm? remedy It i? the discovery of an .minent and skillful physician. Dr H V l'iene, for thin y yearn chief consulting phvni ciati to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical lii.titiite, IbifTal,. ? V During those vents, with the assist aim ,,f ;i ^t,?7 ,,f ,,h]r physician?. In- ha? ptesctibrd f.?? m tn ? taosaaads <d .liiitut ?remes ?? ?ill gladly, ?arithoul cbarge, answei letter? from -nfT'-timk ?omen' The ? 'l-.iia.iitr Prescription " is for ?ale I,? all fOeA Piedi? ine ?Iraler? and theie i? noihiiig rl?e that ia 'ju.t a? gassi,'1 i'*i'^?'v?'>i'^S'^?'ve'*?-s.fe<*'"*w<iW'ia-'abi<wu'.v.'s.e??*.?, PERKINS i! SIGNATURE is now printed in BLUE, diagonally ?across the OUTSIDE wrapper of every bottle of a? ? F The Original and Genuine WORCESTERSHIRE, as a further pro 3 , tcttion against all imitations. % Agent., lor ?h? ?'nit,d States,. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS , N. Y. J &liRRtNSSSAUte MM i Busplcsa tha ball arsa held, was eassnesad aa fol? Iowa: William I Btrong, rhalrman ex-offici?*; .In oi, w Miller rhalrman: Moneo ?. Cornel, .-" Nicholson Kan.. Oeorga I?!?' Barton, Howard ? m lull. Henri Erbeti ? il : : ?< T Ut-rr) <?? : ? ? Oould ?: ' ri M Thomi ? '*? ''?? "' ,,;"' ?*'? frei t Ifahsn, Henry ? McHarg, Edward C. (?'Helen, ?;? ?,'amili I?'. Tracy, Alft d ? in 8?? itvoord U'il lain ?' <V| lin? ? G?.il k ?'.. "?'.? irn, W Buil t Duncan, Jr., i Arden Harrimsn and Alberi It si? tttiick, s* rotary. Tv.e membera of th?? Floor Commlttet were RHsha Dyer jr.. ? Augustus Bchermerhorn, Adrian Iselln Jr. Jam? - W. Be? km ? Chester Oriawold, )?: N Ta I? r. John ton 1. 1>? ?? :? ?' r l'.iei.;,rit ?. Voung, Coloni-I J p lacoh Astoi Jo? seph I' Ornee G Brad ti Bl o ir, Ci nter Hlteh ,,, k. Frt d< rich ?? ?'- .1 ?. I.li u enanl ?' M Rne Wlnslow, ??..?..? Btatea Nnvy; i:i hard ? l**rs, Th.?. .'m.? Prellnghuysen Oordort Fellow? Reginald Ronalds, Charlea H Crant Capi iln 11 t?? ri !.. Bat ter lee, K. Livingston Beekmnn, M. ni y <", Barbey Cambridge Livingston Thomaa w Billes, w Ciittenton Ad un ,.?;.:?'!< ? ' ?hi ' .hm Irving, I.? on F ?. x, * l - B Car hsrt, Henrj w Blblvv, Bchlcftlln fl-ebblns, .'arvis p O'Brien Lucius Tuch rtnnn ?'.il.'?- Hamilton Cary, Ralph N. RI la sn '? ? B W Baldwin. The Committee on Eni rtalnmi ? h charge of the reception waa aa follow? s Nicholson i. ne ii.ii? tir:? ? : w ? Dun? ?? r. treasurer; Robert M Thompson secretary Howard rarroll, Park Benjamin Edward C O'Brien and Alb? I R Bhat tuck. _ __ Till?: ELEVATED RAILROAD TRAFFIC. Mil ??: .NSfOU BLA Iti EM ??.\.-.-? ?;?:?:.~? i'?:; DB? I I..WS AM ESTIN ''! E OP m BOERS. The easel numb? r "f people parrl ;?. ? le? I rossa on Tuest >\ rannol yei be aecertslned Gei irai Managet W J Fransloll said yesterday 11 ?? t the returns had not been completed, bul !.? idded that !;? was - *? i?: saying thai not fewer than ?T?,??? paa engcra used I a western division ..f tn.? ?ii??? Supposing these approximate figure? to be ? early correct, thi compan; broke it* rscard ?>' ptople, '.irri.d on tha third i'.a\ Of t?'??' Columbian celebratlen, Octobei Ii, Itti Mr ?-'r..n -:.,:i ? LI :.:.?. WOa drawn tO the COBI? plaints mads in manj ?? ? ol the bad service of ihe line on Tuesday, and. r. (ponding to laqutrtes on ih?? subject, he said. "I am awars there was a ?;reai deal el congestion, bui thai waa due entirety to oondHlens we esuld not eontrol it was entirely the fault m' th?? passsnasra themaaleea, Th.?)? per? ititeli in crowding an to the piati mis when they must hi\" known tha; there WSS Bt trrely any chance of aecurtng traneportatioo. wiienever ? \ train would -?"?1 at a station there would be ?? rush :., board it without giving passengers tun?? ta ,,light ir, lin? way endice? delays were caused. All tbinga considered I don'l think there is siuch room tor criticism when it I? remembered that we moved fullv .'.??'.'?? people wl bout ?? slngli ac ? ilent." Contrary to general expectation, ilo? atreet linea Buffered b) the p.n?,u??? ?'1.?? M ron ?tan Tra iron Company, f"?" 'natance, ha? lutflclont facilities f.n? handling al l? ibi a mulini. ; ? opli li .. ... ? r?n Momia?. It transported in round numbers 700,000 i.i-h pAsaet .-??. - and 225.000 transfers, making ,i !.>r,ii ,?:' '.'?.?.","?' But .o; Tuesday th?? total num? ber "f cash passengers carried .??. tii?? syst m wsa ? ,.t more than ?"".??" Th? i"H-.,n for tht falling ..ff was th-1? many of ti'?? company'? linea w< re closed :n .-ni's.-'i'i m.f i.i- pai.ole traversing its iracKs for sev-rai hours '?:' 'ii?? day, ? - ORITUARY. FREDERIC <!' " iDRIDOE. ??"?? lei ? c, o >. u??. formerly a well-known shlpp'ng net bant, lied auddenly a: bla home, No 280 Flf:h ,i\e., >. - erday afternoon. He ?nul been ".i a Bsh? | i: j excursion to Blooming Orovs Park, N, Y. with his a a, Predarle Oroaveaor Qa dridg . who ir? a at ?? dem at Harvard Uslverslt) it returned t?) hla hoasa ?? Saturday. Buffering from a severe cold On Monday ha w-as si.??.? ? with t violent spell ni' cough? ing. in tii?? coures "f which !'.<? ruptured .t blood ves? sel tn his hraln. Mr. Ooodrldge, who was about sixty ?.?? irj oil. noa formerly engaged m the tea and matting trade with ?'hin.?. But let.r.-i from activo '.sin..-- ?bout twenty years ago. He waa ? member of the Manhattan, Fencers', Century snd several other duba li. lesvea a widow, hi.- aon, airead) mentioned, and three daughters, one of shorn la unmarried, Tbe other two daughters .?re Mis. Oeorge W. Wyeth and Mr Oouveneur Norria Carnochan, if thla city. He la also survived i.\ his brother, the Rev, Edward Oood r li;? in-; ?? .,:' ti,.? y: ] ?' -,?, ?? 11 .?'?.?<?? ?; VVareham, ? ??. ?':.-? funeral arrangements bava noi yei ma i> ? LIEUTENANT QEOROE A. CALTI? IN The body of Lieutenant Oeorge Alien Calhoun, r. s ?. wl?.?? f. u dead in front ??? No. lit w.-t Thirty-nlnth-st. early yesterday moralnc, area re? move, ? from the West Thlrtleth-at. police Btation yesterday evening to an undertaking establishment In Slxth-av.?.. at tin- request of an uinle of the dead man. Howard 8f, Olles, of East Orange, ? ,? . who was Infuri.I of tin death Of iiis ncpheW l.j Oeorge W Btimneon, an attach? of the L'nlted Btatea Navy, undei Lieutenant Calhoun. Lieutenant tieorge ??!, ? Calhoun wsa second aid on th,? -lift of U'iir-A.imitai Montgomery Blcard, commandant bf tht Brooklyn Navj Yard il?? wan horn about forty-seven years ago in Coventry, Conn., where he received his early education li.? ???! am?? an apprentice in th?? Naval Academy at Annapolis in ????, ami waa graduated a.?, an ensign in 1V?1 He was promoted i.. be ?? master in 1873 an.I lieutenant In 1879, Hi- i? I'm- Of s? r,ice on different station?, were as follows: Pacific .Station, tn.m ISTI to 187'. North Atlantic Station. 1874 to IKTrJ; Asian.? Stati..n. 187? to 1871?; Pacific Station, ?*?;.? t-i l*???'. Nsw-Yorh Niw Tard, I88ti to ?-?-? s-util Atlantic Btation. 1881 t,. l-sp New-York Navy v.u?.I. 188*1 to is-T. special servtce, 1887 '?? ls'.in ? iriii,.m. .? Department, Washington Navy Vard. December 18m.. t., October, l*:?J. trai ? Bblp Richmond ? > toner, 18W, to J' n? . 18M; Bac?i ? Stallen IBM io If end Neu fork ? ??. \ i'ard, is:'?; io dai e '?:' .'natii. 11? liad eon. about eighteen years - :. service, ten years' ?hon duty, ana bad been unemployed two years and live months. The comrades of Lieutenant Calhoun sp.-ak of him in tha highest terms si an offl? er si <i an ?>? !-.. ?ate il?? wa- unmarried, He hol ?.? under m? .lirai treatment for heart disease for tin- last v. ar or more. it,? ha?! '?? en seen tarj of the Unlit .1 s. rvl t ? 'lui? in this city and was a populei member of tha Nen - ?fork Va, in Club. He is ?urvlved b) a brother in Cincinnati, Ohio, and two Blatera in Coventrj They will arriva hen? tc~dA) to attend Hi?? funeral. which will take place In I'.hary Baptist church, th. Rev, Dr, H S ? o Arthur pastor. Fifty? seventh?t . near Blsth-avt . si ??? p. m. to-day, ami will ?..? attend.?.? i> ? company of marines fr"in tii?? N.r.y Tard and bj delegat.ona from the organisati< ??? ot which ha was a member. The (mn il wl'l in? In Coventry. MAJOR J. W I1EKKB Woni his been rocetved hers of the death of Maim? .1 \v Keeks in S: Augustine, i-'ia . mi Mon? day. His home waa at Bayport, Long Island, where he had a tin?? estate, hut In? bad leen spending the winter m th- s..'itii with his wife Major Heck? was horn in this ,-itv fifty-eight years ago. tin? ion of ? wealthy real estate owner Joseph VV Meek? Ha served in ihe tBth Neu ITorh volunteer In? fantry in th?? war, being promoted f..r bravery, ll?? belonged to th.? 8'llltary Order of the l.m (; legion It l? likely that th?? fun. ral will be n Bayport on Saturday. ? COLONBL WILLIAM il THORNTON. I'riivid.Miee. .\piii :s Colonel William n Ttaorn? ton, of th?? hi Light Infantry, ami one of the load? itiK dantista in Rhode islsnd died rery suddenly from heart ?????.?*. earl) un morutag H?? waa tin? -three years old, ..ml wm- a membei of th?? |?>th il.m.e island ? glment during tin? war ? ?iiahlls CLEMENT LITTLR, Chsrtea Cls*manl Little a arell-kaeira ragtdgaj ?f Lsrcbaaont Manor. .iie,i ,?, Baturday. Hi., funeral WHS held yesterday. I he Rev, lU.'iutd I'ohden of. delating. In Bt. Johns Episcopal Church, \. w it,,. ??heiie, ,.r '.vin,-? he ?as t veatrymeg Mr UttU wsa f .rtv-.hiee ?/car? old ami leavena widow "id ?? child He was s>.president ..} th- Phoenix Un? Insurance Company, of Brooklyn; a former seorstary of the I^rchmont Vachi ?'.ut. und a mem? ber of th... Nevs Vnik Conatatory, BcoitUh Uli,? Jerusalem t'hapter ? , | Royal A.,?:, Musone Kane litige No ?it, r and ?. M f?ur de l loi ? omnia,i.lervN, .:: Knlghu Templar: Mecca Tem? pi.? Mystic Bhrlne an.I th.? Neu V-uv ?lui. Tu.? funeral was. Sttsnded l'\ mam ,.f the m-niheis nf ihe?,? organlsatloni The pallbearers were i? s t?uiidereon, Ucorgo *fi, lae. \V. C. Hunting. William ER PIANOS Have a reputation to -1 stain, not to make. Something provrn, noi ? laimed. Theos Interested In pini il .1 risH our wsrerooma \v.? gat tbe moat oompl ??? ?tock, and. CONTROLLINO THREE FACTORISA ? ?i lull Ibi ti ita st I m si if all laisii-.t Tenon 1,?usisi.-?? I tiltil Souad t'riti.i ill.??.. ONE PRICH ONLY. ?very Instrument ?.???.?? m piala figures WtBEH-WHttLOCK COMPANY, Fifth A\e., Corner l?tli St. flint's Fine Furniture. ~ Colonial Corn cits : : Country CottsM& ?1rs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup lias be^n userl for OT? FIFTY YEARS by MIL, LIONS of MOTHERS FOT? THEIR rHILDREN WHILE TEETH 1 NO with ? rf r: srorE?S It BOOTH E8 THK CHILD, f* ?FTENS THE QUM?, ALLAYS ALL ?PAIN, CURES V.'IXD COLIC. ?nd is the ??<? REMEDY For DIARRHOEA. Kcld by druggist? In every part of the world. Twenty-five Cent? a Bottle. VBSS* FATAL FOOD *?-<G?*? HOV KILLS -?.????. ?? H. JADWIS, S3 C rtlandi ?? ? ? INESS ?6 HcAlJ U?lbLo ??URgn^STASTLT G>\??????>. 1 II . ( ?.-?.,??.. ?,, ip h ?,..? ?H ?U talla, ?.??..????? '???? .-?,. ini core j.?,, ? ????. m.?., ??.?.... -??..?? ..?1.1 ' ? '? rrlCC CARPET T. M. STEWART 326 7th Ave., CLEANING ? ?? n ?ht 11 st. Ij.i..??ll?h.-i ???? ?lenii m II:?! unni st, ??.?I..I .1.? ( ?-?,-1-tr. COWPERTHWAirS RELIABLE "" ,n,eM ******* I B?MSee lu'fore thi? prmioaed ?,.??????5? ???.'. tarllT ?loulii.-s (irires LOXG CREDIT, nn Waal itti, ?street. ? ? ?a Ir Ihe 00 '., ll ten? '. ,? mii ?-- ? ? ? 1 <. ??? liei rnalal ?alai U ? ?1 li'irv |2T UV*? \?\ <? . ?'?? V ?'? M il COB ??1?'.??|. r. fre. ."--ivi V?e, fei Ir? mty 1. '. ,? ! ?ampi? f either '?'?' ?? r'.???r\'- i?'.? lai I ip - Faelal 9 Muri?.iv. u. s Hgyward and ?' ? irlal waa In VVoodlawn. The ME. TREi: OPENS His NEW PLAYBOCSB, A N-.TA?lI.K ...TIIKHIV. AT THB IX ?G" ,?????? p?t?,?? or neu MAiBSTra theatrb London, April A- Herbert Beerbobai Tres'i new tbestre, Her Majesty's, na? speausi to-nlghl under ctrcUBUUanceS of ?.-real social lirilkan. y The ?fri rial verdict i??? tnat it is the Sheet ?IsghessM in London So ?ases int.re.-t centred ?n the opening thai ass-Ucaats 1er nati in tiir set waited st tag in doors free? seri?/ stornine until t o'esoeh tin* svenlng, Qrsel rrosrd? ?retched thi arrivals, Tiie Prince sf Wales sad the imk.r eg Connaught seen? pled the Rojral ?><??. la other bese? snd Is the hi ills an re I'olonel John Hay, ti.?? Ainerlcan Aaa> baaaador and UhM Hay, ala daughter; Rear?/ whit??, seeratary si lbs Amortcaa Bssav..-.?y, the Lord Chlel Justice .if England, Baron Russell sf Klllowen; Joseph Chamberlain, Secretary .if ratita tor th L'olonlea; Alfred Auaten, the Poet Laureat?, and Lad R indolp ? ? hur? hill. The inuuguial function ?ras begun by Mr?.. Tree, wi:.i nteppeu before th? . in lain and dalli red a ?>..j: ? inaugurai poem by ih? Poet Lauri .;? s.??,? : .. a Sii . It III? - ing I? ? .' ion !':.?? ?...?' ? ? - . ??.! 1.1.? I and th? British national anthem arsa - ini .? ,? , ?, ? u ? ? ?'? \ . ?' .???? ? up in th ita? It was bea loan re ?. to rise ai tin upon th? II n ?> " f OH ? "? Parker's play, "Th* Beats i( th? M shtj ' Be taxi and the s> untlng ?rere virtually the situs as m ? ? used by Mr Tre? at the opening ol hli recent New-York engagement at ?? kerl ick r The? atre. Th.? performance, while fa? rably ? area rather ess for ?? ?? ??? tlui as ,rtli ?ucccss for ths plan Itself The ?Titles ll? moal unan m >u ily '? ?mm? nd ? .?.?-??-? -;,, -.,. :?? ind the fin? .. itlng if ?? ?? ? ? I bi they are equally unanlmoua In t.".. . e actor? m ....??? arm toon need ? ne? t?!.i\ fot bis sew theatre Mr?. Tre*. Mr. Parker and .?U th* mem?tors of tbe -?. 1 with called before the itmoat cordi ?. ? ila and WAGES VI T ON TBE S ?1??'? Johannreburg. April ,->? ? loini nsaettas we? held t.i-duy Of tl:?? I'liar.il?. G .',;.! th V - >. '.iron of Mines with ? upe? I t?> orinino sseratlona ??n the Raed, and a resolution vis adopted ? ? maki ? ?>> per cent reduction In wage? paid to satl?n minera. ? - i l WTOR? l'oli DR. II 1 i sos. I.oriii.in. ?-iril SV 41 lue ?JMS-ttltg sf the rYssbf ' t'-riun Synud, held '.?-.i.iy nt sini.i.?riund. the ???as? sess r.iiniiiitt.?. decided to reject Hi. petltloa, ?en? t.dtdiiK .??ha-ge?, et h? r. ??>. Which had hasas l're Mr.trd agalnsl ih,? Ree, Dt John ?s/atgsa i'?*n Macwrea). The oali w..v In which thi petitioners can sow rorive th.? matter la by moving an amendment to the committee's report But auch an amendment would hu\,? little shanes ?--f n<iop tlon I/IW WOGS WILL BAVE TO BF KILLED* Windsor. Ont., April 2S. HOf .-hilera haa broken out In th. n? IghhSShOSd of Kina?ville. and It I? b?*? liavsd thai ever;, hog ,n the vlelnlty win he?? to he slaaghtered tu ?tamii out the die??.!?.?. e HBUOBUSa IS BRITISH COLVBESA. Ottawa. Apr.I .8 In the House to di) Mr Parles. rsplylni IS Mr Prior, aui.l he was noi nw.iie that imugghng M * ireat extent t?> Ameru-?n? USI c?r rlfd on In the British ?.'olumhla waters. Th?? liov ?iiinuiit wii? uivari?, h,iw*v??r. that ih.r? ?as a Isrse amount tf emugilln? In the Yukon .ountr). ? W<17 COSIEST FOR MAYOR ?S HALIFAX. llnlifax, Apr.l ? one of the moat per.sonal and bitte? in.iyurHlly SgntSBt? for many ?...ir? ??As de el.? io-.i?> The candidate! ?.?re eg-AUtarpis AI.-XHiuler tAi.-phan aad Alderman Jame* ?????>'1|??? Th?? former whh eleotr.t hy loo majority. TB*re were sJdiratanlc contest? in ail tb? w*i"d? es?p?pi oiio.