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THK LEAGUE CONVENTION.
? ?inlliiiii ?1 feSMH Tirai I*im?-. lb?! aa party Is In ! un,' tut i*i als* If : !?? K?-;-'. ?:,''.in .?' ??-?uhli.i*. t Jo silk the i \ kn v? th lead .? peuple ; agr?a sits ai . - nope- of the ," > >..i iy be an:.? ii w ill ii.? ? ,:, n...?'*?:!sra oi Bryan. ihe l ? mo rail party In ? d Hurrl-um by appealing ta eoramunbitl . ntlmenl t_1 bj exciting that sentiment amoiig : ?-. i.i!..;.! .n? n The hope of ihe people is In that ..t- . vviiun i :.s always b< ??!> Hue !?.' ll.e liter ; iStl, ,.i,i whk*b i.i- been, and I tr^st always sill be, i lualiy just to anil ?!. In ?i gleet, growing c-ountry i.i??* this ihtre si v. .v? will be straf? between ? ipttaJ ?n.i i.,iK?r, but ? t us do all wa can io make that strife a friendly ?:.e ll the miiir -.s not getting ?*..????:? enough, let .. iclp !m- t.? get ? proper share; but if ihe miner .'. no tnaan't want to werk attempts to Interfere with '.?a- ?n? who il?.?-? tell i.'in '.na; he cannot do rr.it (?i:- psrt] Is th? party of the r'.,-h and poor ? .: A-. with no "?..it of the rich and no fSVOrttlsm ? . ri.e- in, ji ii Is e's;. to oppOM corporations, and easy to , .?r,?-.js?. a handclap against them; but, my friends, tl ? ccenntry -oui.i no: llv< without t-orp-nrati-nis, , which ar- -Imply extensive partneTBbtps of man? . ueopl? What 'he Republican party should ?ec to : is tbs wha< th" jw dc-ee N *,?? say to eorpora? Jons: "The* ;-r, vour legal limitations Tha mis* ? me yob ovcral p Inca* the law will put it:-- hand on y?..;." ^ our Influence Is probably greater thnn tha'? of ..-? National c-onventlon even, and under your bi? ll Will start US Mi the right linea of ?.'quai ' lit? :-;;.- t- all Which 1 pray Ood may lie'Ve r fail Hi this country (Great applause.) PRT~_tl?EKT WOODMANSBrTl ADDRESS. l". N. Dtngley, of KsIsbisioq, president of the I ? a , ?; clubs of Mlehlgsn, n-elc-osacd the other clubs to this State. Piwai-dent Woodnisnaee fol? !? wed with an aide sp??e?-ii in review of the work if th? League during tha last year, which was :'-.?:? delivered ami heart!!} applauded. It told e ? the ?.-?earing of tha League :rom debt snd .if an ibcre-is'.' of membership, nnd It n*ade re?*'?ni men?atU-na which aeemed ;.. meet with favor. Ii?.- Mini In part: As r. part of our deliberation?, at this convention I would .--ugpist the propriety of discussing the proposition as to whether It would not i.c wise to establish a iixe-ei day of the year upon which to hol.i our Nati mal conventions. I would alse) ad? vise h, ?t this convention recommend to the vari? ous Bi no Leagues that the Htm.- cosventlons of all th? lesguea throughout the I'nlon be hel?l upon tin- same day. Being thus held, that day woui?l pr?-seiit th..- League prominently baipre the people of the country in every State, asd mi< n concert of action would bring, the various state organizations | in clo*i tone!) with each other). I would suggest as the day for thi.? extraordinary event the birth? day of the father of the KcpuMiran party, Ahn li.un Liiie-olii. 1 airi justified in saying thai tin? leagiis is grow? ing. In a number of St.it.m a few years uro our l irty loaders looked up.:: It with suspicion. Now they recugntae its uaefulneaa snd gladly encourag** ami aupport it. We have? <f number of dlstln? fruiahed statesmen wlio ha vie hardly realise?! the a t thai there- ?\ists In thist country the Natlonul Republican Langue. They ha__-nsattsfied ambi? tions and ar?? sotn. vvh;-t ilir-appoiu*U-d at the Blow progress they have made in National politics. My u.lvi?*?- *i I hem is to get In llii?\ati/l not overlook the !...M?- men in this country, V*io. With a eoni rade ? f tw?> and one-half million members, i axes ti grind, but naturally think more of .: friends thi'ti they do ?>f their enemies. (,)f tiie- '.urge number of distinguished Republicana who have been friends of the League, there is one ?who stands ou? conspicuous among nil the re?;. That man is William McKinley. As an organisa? tion the League cannot assist any candidate for i-::. until nominations nn- duly made, but as In dlvlduala its memi>ers naturally, remember their frri nds. As a ronsequence, William McKinley to day is President of the I'nlted states. That mag i nt pageant given In Washington at his In? auguration on Mar?h i last, said to have been the most remarkable In our Nation's history, was com posed In large part of members of this I.?.'ague of 1".-publican Clubs. The contest of 188. is already upon us. In various States the conventions of both parties iwve as? sembled, nominated their candidates, adopted their platforms, and the people are again asked to give voice to their preferences. The he-mo cratic party adheres to the Chicago platform. Tt lias learned nothing; it forgets nothing. Tha Republican party reaffirms the St. Louis platform, wherein it declared for h?rest money, a protective tariff and reciprocity. The old issues are again before us. Tiie? wants of our people? are few. but they are- Imperative. They will trist us as long as we keep faith with the?m. They bave a right to expect good times They have a right to oe lleva that we will speedily change our immigra? tion ?a ws. ? >ur present ?'??ncress could not render a m.?r. patriotic servie, than to give attention to this Important quest! n, The Republican party will take no backward steps ns to civil service reform. It has repeatedly decland in favor of It. But It is opposed to that civil service r-form which would thrust upon the people of this country without a fair competitive test a colony of incompetent Democratic oftie-e holders. The' mere fact that a man who fills an oftVe is a Democrat Is prima fade evidence of the other fact that an Investigation ought to be made as to his ability to fill it. <^ur party, true to its promises, will present to the people the Dlngi? y Tariff law; a law that will take the place upon the statute books cf the infamous Wilson bill, that contributed so largely to our country's distress; a law that will provide revenues sufficient to pay the expenditures of the ?eiv.rnmont; a ' iw that will displace European labor with Anifricnn labor: a law that will bring cheer and sunshine into cur hujnblest homes; a law that will put new life into the veins and arteries of trad.- an?l commerce. GnnnTiNcjs tu mkinley. Judge Raymond, of Illinois, then suggested that the foll"Wlng dispatch he sent to President Mc? Kinley, and his suggestion was unanimously adopted: The National League of Republican Cluhs. in con? vention, sends greetings. We off<-r congratulations upon the (success of a Republican Aeiministratlon so ably begun by you. As a result of a Wise tariff policy business is reviving on every han?l. and that eve of prosperity promised is near of fulfilment. The. League organization always has been and Is your friend. It Will ever bold up your hands In advancing tin- interests of our countrv and party? the party of Lincoln, the party of McKinley. President McKinley's telegram was read and was loudly applauded. The other telegrams freem loading Republicans also produced ap? plause. PreaidtSt Sullivan of the Republican League of Ohio moved that all resolutions should be re? ferred to the Committee on Rasoltttloni without debate. This m"tion was sdoptsd, and the con vcritl?)!* then Bdjouraed until to-morrow -miming. The seven New-York delegates h?*re are Major John W. Totter. James KiftK Duffy. Henry Lip-, sky. Ja.?,b Kahn. ex-Assembly ir?an Charles Bternberg snd David p. Wstklss. A i&r,,'-- tnass-tiie-'-ting was h.-ld at the Audi? torium to-night, which was addressed by eminent Re-publicans. Charles Kmory Smith, of Phija d?.;j!.i;<. msde the chief apeech. At midnight it was apparent that Mr. Fleltz would probsbly be elected president of the League; J. W. Dowllng, "f MlntMspolla, will be re-elected aecretary, and Chicago will p-robsbly be select? i for the next convention. The- Stat?-3 of Xew-Tork, Pennsylvania ami HHmis appear to hav?. msde a comblnstlon on this programme. The friends of Mr. t**imwford, "f Kentucky, and of Mr Fellows, ?.f Mlehlgsn, do not concede their defest for the? presidency, however, and say they will ?ontettt the prise with Mr. Fleltz until a bal lot Sl iWS hern to be the choice e>f the c?>nvent|e,n. The rCobrsaks delegation still fights feir fimaha. nnd asy-fl that Chicago shall not have the con Ventle ti next y?ar. THE EOVSE IS' SESSION THREE MINUTES. r/T T?VT WAI U.NG EN'Ot'OH FOH ISRST SIMI* 1*011 TO EXHIBIT HIMSELF AGAIN. WaBhlngtos, July It?The House took a recess t . n U to-morrow at noon without trnnsac-tlng : :iy bualneas Mr. CsnSQB, the chairman of the Appropriations Comaalttee in the last Coiis;ress, . nnoun d tbsl ?f was evident that the Deficiency bil? WOUM not be ready to he SOtad OB untl'. to r Trow, and be thereiore niovo?l a rt-cesj until to nun r >w ?.t nocn, :ir r_opaos li'o,-). Ka.O. UTie'.?r tho guise of a par.uuneinar*? r.',?i.ry, a&kii tho Speaker whether .i.? il - toi lay tv-l" a c seal or .?UJourned. "... : i ?r ie?,i'.?.-d ib-!', the House had taken a roc? . "I thought th.e motion was that the House sus /*??? ?. ii.riiatn-r.tury in?iuiry, I ? l>k? to k* ? w bow ihe House could suspend ' -ii was ..ot ..' :. ri buslneaa," s:,i?i Mr. ' -. :???).:?-."? 'Y.o speaker smiled un-i : ? ? ?ow/i "The '.*>?-.??? r.-o ' ft ?--, '?? i**?t*a* ?i es i >t Insist on a respn , .?? ild thi ftpesker. who ' - pul Mr. '':-' - " i, which wai ca-n?*-d, T! Kotiri was :?*.).- --!? n nnly thre? m'ajutes. ? - - FROTIDINO TOE FOETAL 8ATISQ8 BANKS. Ii ?.: >n. July ??senator Butler to-day In? trod? ,' .-, ?.;:? itrotrlding for the aataNlshmsst of ? *?" ' - postal s.'v,!;>*.-< baaka, nndsr the asper? y'f ' ' thi Postmaster ?;, : eral and tha Set retsry ' '.*???-.--111 > -, it makes ?ve-r> p?>Btofllce a sav ?-. v-,i'iMlng the opening of accounts of than ?'??' cents a*i?i allowing no deposita of ' S 'r . ;. ? ,i ?.;>. TAKING /.?' ANOTHER NATIONAL BANK. ? . :;?-., Jiiljr ;: "ti,.' T_m ." "n ' ; ? ? tl ; tfci Mid tid KaUonsI Dank, of s*hl li s ' arl ir, ?: ; ? ?::-.,-.- Packini ?'-rii?a-;', !^ pre*id?tit, ti t,. be .-:?-,, :.:,-,;..-; v.,:h rh<- ffs Hank of <" .iii.i.? ??? c. and ???it ih. deal has reach?-d S'ii ? '? .... ihe Btini ti"n of thi Controller "'? th? Cur re i ? ? ? i?-; to eonatisiBista It. The >.i-Uals of m ther ho?*) -rill ?i-.- any h format Ion ?' t*e*a 1'.' n?'., I", -, Tie .Vi.i B;'d *-i'?-' t.). i baa io."g been ???;?;???: one of 11- ?- soild ?????' la, Inatltutiona '-?f t ? ? 11>. iiaving the back t'lt of the Armours. Only a few months ago the National Honk of Commerce uhsorhed the Metro? polit*, n National Hank, and It was announced at the dm. ii,,,, _a*e**?-t!ationa were under way for IBS "iiisolidatlon of at kast one other National tank with ii. ENGINE GOES INTO A DITCH. A SERIOUS ACCIDENT IX FIFTH-AVE. Mtirgp anli bosses si:nMr.-f;?i> -- rmcui r???? AT WORK KAMA' THIS MOItM.NO, DVT with little non: or sav? ing MAN OK HOK.sl'S. While Engine Ho. 1. from the house at Sev cr.th-ave. and Twenty-ninth-st, was ? n Its way to a fire at Fourth-ave. and Thirty-third-st. at 11:4? o'clxk lnst night, the driver, Thomas Kelly, failed to see the trench at Flfth-ave. and Thirtli'th-st.. and the engine, hom-s and driver were plunged into the ditch. When the engine kfi the flrehonse It ran up Tv.eiity-nlnth-st. to Broadway, then to Thlrtieth *t.. and then to Flfth-ave. When almost upon the trcneh Kelly saw It, and he made a desperate effort to pull over to one aide. The engine ???pped. however, and went into the hole side? ways Kelly was held to the aeat by a ?trap and was helpless. The trench Is rilled almost to the top with water, and both horses are almost sub? merged. An effort was. made to release Kelly with planks a? levere but he told the men to deslft, as he was sinking lower. Foreman J. J. McCarthy and Engineer Thomas lleCabe both Jumped In time to save themselves. A rescue crew is now at work, but there seemed to be little hope of saving either man or horses. TRYING TO END THE STRIKE. THE ARBITRATION BOARD IN SESSION IN PITTS BE KG. A HARE POMI1IIIJ11 THAT AN AGREEMENT MAY be m_teaBD?nuoui>ent de armitb PROPOSITION. Pittsburg, July 13.?There la a bare possibility that the Joint arbitration conference may yet lead to the termination of the miners' strike on the basis of the true uniformity ugreement pro? posed by President De Armlt, of the New-York und Cleveland Gas Coal Company, last year, but which failed for the ivason that the D7 per cent of the operators in this district required by De Armlt could not be secured. Two sessions uf the arbitration board were held tu-day, representa? tives from Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana and Illinois being present. At the afternoon ?esslon Preoident De Armlt appeared before the Board and told of the con? ditions which exist from his point of view. He said: "If the operators of the Plttsburg district will abolish their company stores, use a uniform screen, give honest weight, 2,000 pound? of coal for a ton, pay cash every two week?, I will leave It to any committee to settle the price of mining and pay it, no matter how high, pro? viding all my competitors pay the same price. Unless these conditions can be brought about, I will not agree to abollan the contract with my men nor can I afford to do so." He promised the Board all the assistance In his power In se? curing a settlement on the basis proposed, but said that under no consideration would he treat with the United Mine Workers. President Dolan and Secretary Warner, of the Mine Workers' Association, were before the com? mission In the evening, and recited their griev? ances. They disputed much that Mr. De Armlt had said, and questioned his sincerity at this time. They asserted that when 90 per cent of the operators had been secured for uniformity, De Armlt agreed to it, hut later he found a tech? nical loophole and availed himself of it to re? pudiate his original proposition. The Board will meet De Armlt again to-mor? row, and will endeavor to get the operators to? gether for the purpose of Inducing them to make another attempt to secure true uniformity as outlined at to-day's conference. The proverblsl calm before the storm Is likely to be exemplified in the strike situation. To? night It was learned that a number of the opera? tors have been quietly planning a coup which is expected to bring dismay to the miners. It Is th.- intuition to equip the mines with machines, and dc away with a great many diggers. When the mines are ready to start minus will be Im? ported and put to work under heavy guard and the premises barricaded. ANXIETY IN CLEVELAND. B?UK F OROWIKO THAT THE STRIKERS AUBJ IN A POSITION Tu DICTATlL Cleveland. July 13? A leading coal-mine operator received a telephone message this morning stating that nine organizers had Just left Pittsburg for the West Virginia coal fie'ds. A high official In the mine-workers' union was at the Pittsburg end of the 'phone. "You may look for something startling In that direction within the next forty-tight hoars," he said. "Reliable advices which I have received this morning convince me that the West Virginia miners will come out. All they wait for is a little uiging from the union. I ;?m free to confess to you that, while I expected many men would come out, I oever hoped for such a complete and overwhelming victory as this." This message era? repeated to a ieporter who was standing by the operator who re? cen ed it. Since Saturday the coal strike has assumed a grave aspect, but a full realization o? ihe change uil not reach Cleveland operator; and balers until to-day, when ail s' eming or pretended confidence had ?Mppesred. Several operator? went :<? Pitts burg reeterday to attend the conference of State arbltrstora. une of these said to-day: "I believe the West Virginia miners will com? out. and that will make the tie-up practical;? complete, for til" strikers will then concentrate all their efforts on the De Armins men. A email amount of coal Is now coming from the mines along the Pennsylvania main l.n>- and from the coke regions, but 1 think it will be ?hut off entirely very .-non. Kroni what 1 could learn yesterday at Pir.sburg I do no; hesitate to say that in mv belief the railroad? will hesitate to haul West Virginia and lie Armins coal. The supply of coal on hand Is very short, and I look for auo:h?r sharp advance In pri?e? ?bortly." J. J. Phillips received a telegram from Fleming? ton, W. Va., this afternoon, .laying: "Miners all went out on strike here this morning." Mr. Phillip? sail: "The people do not P-allze how serious tins strike Is. There Is not enough coal on hand to sup? ply the market more than a week or ten days longer. The miners have accomplished more than they expected and more than we ever thought they would. They are in a position to dictate, if ,(,is strike is settled It will be when the operators go to the mine-workers. The latter do not have to go to the oiierators." ALL, EASTERN OHIO MIXES CLOSED. Be?slre, Ohio, July 13 (Special).?The bbj meeting of ftrikers at "eff's'for to-day was not held. A committee -that visited the Shlek mine secured a promt?? that ?11 tb? men would come out to-nigh' and lb? promise baa been kept. The meeting will I i held to-morrow, and will be a Jollification. ThN canse? every mice In Eastern Onio. All Is quiet With to threats of disorder. At iJillonvlllt? to-day the organization of all the W?ieeling and Lake Eric minera was completed. A LAKE OF OIL. WORDSRFC! DISCOVERT REPORTED FHOM THE WT?M O? ALASKA. Seattle, Wash.. Ja J U. -A remarkable discovery Is reported from A??ks Some gold prospectors ! aeversl montna ago ran across what a? anted to be j a lake of oil. It was fid by Innumerable springs, , and the ?urrounding mountalna wire full of coal. ' Th? y brought ?emplea to Seattle, where tests I proved It to be of a? high a grade as any ever tak-i, j out of Pen it *."lvi'i?!a w* lis. A loca ; company WS? ! formed am! expert? wi" s?-nt up. They have re. i turned on *.!,'? ?te?mer Topeka, and yieir p-por? has more than borne out the first reports. It Is sai?) thai i there arc enough oil and coal In the district to ! lOPPiy Ihe world. It Is close to the ocean; In fact, the experts say that th" oil oozes out Into the salt v ; 1er. ? t !s said that the Btsndstd '?II Company has al? ready made an offer for the property. The owners have filed on 1,000 tores, and atv naturally excited o?er IbMt prospects for fortune. -<? EPWORTR LRAGUR CONVENTION. EARLY coMkhs ALRRADT AHKIvi.w. in TORONTO. Toronto, 'u'y 13 De<orations are going up to ex pr? s- Toronto? welcome to the Epworth League. the edvsnce rcuard of which has already resetted the <lty. The main body wi;i arrive to-morrow, and It !.. ?Stlmsted tbsl when the big convention Is called to older on Thursday morning IS.fmn visitors will be lure. The Rev. Dr. Thoburo, ebsncellor of Teroma University, i- here si Oat head of a delega? tion from Seattle, endeavoring to secure th? cori ,, ; lion for tbsl town next year. .1 GIFT TO A HOSPITAL. Joseph P?rk. of the firm of Park A- Tllford, yes terday gave RRR to the La dies' Hospital of Port Chester. The gift came at a propitious moment, enabling the directors to cancel a pressing claim upon the Institution. The hospital Is maintained by gifts and receipt? from fair? mid entertain ment h held by the Ladle?' Hospital Aks-kIuIIji? of I'ort Chester. 1 -nropran SUotrueetoents. plltOI'i:'?Rf AMI TUA VELI,ERS ?all! f 11: a? *-* tin? Lonilon ?ifllve of The Tribune, 1411 l-'leet Street. ? convenient place In leave their nalvcrtloa-nientk unit aiMl>Mcri|itlons tur The 1 rlliiin, . wji?mi: to aiioi? i\ Ki now. The Manufacturing G0LDSMI1HS' & SILVERSMITHS' COMPANY, 112, Regent St., London, W. Choir.es? Stock in Ihe Worki of Diamonds, Pearls, Rubies, Sapphires, Emeralds, Opals, &c. By Royal Warrant. At Merchants' Prices. Thi* Manufacturing ?JOLDSMITHS? & SILVERSniTHS* C0J1PANY 112, Regent St., London, W. JAS. SHOOLBRED & CO. (Established 1822.) General Drapers, 5ilk Mercers and Outfitters, are now showing the latest productions in Mantles, Cos? turnes and Traveling Gowns. i.iinEs' a\d BRftvsRuwt silk immneit. BSALSKIK8 A HPKCIALTY. JAS. SHOOLBRED & CO.. 151 to 162, Tottenham Court Rd., London, W IRISH LINENS At rianufacturers' Prices. made and marked without charge. IRISH LACES Direct from the coitage workers, beautiful examples of Irish Industry?At first cost. Walpole Bros., Lim., " Belfast House," Belfast. Dublin and 89? New Bond Street, London, W. HAVOC BY WIND AND TIDE. (Continued from First Page.) caused by the rising of the tide over the road to the State Camp. ? MUCH DAMAGE AT ASliURY PARK. Asbury Park. July 13 (Special).?The BOOthssat storm continued to-day with Increasing fury, and at high tide to-night the waves washed completely over the boardwalk Into Ocean-ave. A drenching rain fell all day, and few persons ventured on the beach. At the end of Wesley Lake the beach has been cut away fully six tvet, and thousands of tons of sand have been carried out to sea. Th boardwalk, bulkheads and bathhouses at the and of 8eeond-ave., wer? badly damaged by the pound? ing breakers, and portions of the promensd? WOM demolished. Senator Bradley watch.-d the work of destruc? tion. He has sp.'iit thousands of dollars tills sum? mer In repairing the boardwalk, only to havu It wrecked before the contemplated Improvements were completed. ? ? REMARKABLE RAIN IN CONNECTICUT. New-Haven, Corn.. July 13.?At 8 o'clock this morning, according to Information given at the United States Weather Bureau hers, there had been in progress for eight hours a record-break'.;.g storm. Up to that hour rain had fallen to the depth of 3.30 Inches. An examination of the records shows that during the eight hours from midnight to 8 a. m. there had fallen more rain than during any twenty-four hours since 1?W9. when on July ,'i? and 31. 6.1o inches fell in twenty-four hours. From midnight last night until 8 o'clock to-night I.? Inches of ram had fslfen In this city. It Is still raining, but iot ?o heavllv as throughout the day. Bridgeport. Conn., July 11?Th? totsl fall <>f rain fr,,m 1:90 o'clo-k last night until 0:20 to-nlghl ?11 8.24 Inches This Is said to be the heaviest fall of rain that this city has ever experienced In twenty? four hours. The rain continues, but is not quita so heavy. -? CONFIDENT OF A FRENCH SUBSIDY. THE DIRECTOR or THE COMPAQ?!! GENERALI TRANSATLANTIC!'E H?RE SAYS THE LINE Wit? BBOIK TO BUILD AT 0N< E. M. Foquet, the director of the Compsgnla C?n? tralo Trsnastlsntlqoe in this country, feels con? fident thi : th? French chamber of Deputies win Bgrea to the subsidy scheme now under considera? tion in Frsnce. The scheme, It Is propooed, shall operate fur i-n years The work of building three new vessels. If. POqnet sail yesterday, would be begun a? once In the St. Hssslre shipyards, where La Tonrslne and other ships of the Trench Line have been built. The company now has in service between Prsa? and this purl the following vessels: La Touralne, 9,132 tons, 12,<W> horse power; La Champagne. 7,2" tuns, 9,<>?j horse power; La BretSgM, 7..:? tons, iVXlO horse power; Ls Bourgogne. 7,'?O tuns. 1,000 horse power; La Qsscogns, 7,"0 tons, 1,000 bora? Dower, and La Nurni.indle, 6.4*30 tons, MOO hOTM power. Beeide? thesa ahlpa the Una hsa fourteen others plying on the Atlantic, aeventeen In th? French cosatlng trade, twenty in lis Mediterranean servi,- ami ?la on its intercolonial linea, La Tourslne, which la to be made apeedler to nwel ihe requirement? of the proposed subsidy law will have new boHcTi put in. which will Increaae h.r ?peed from ;:<>,. kn it? to BML The Chamber of Commerce of Hsvre, the French purt of entry for this line, has promised tu have an Immense dry dock built which will accommodate to? new ves? sels. HOTEL NOT A HOSPITAL. a woman iiirt in the CASTLB remov?.d AOAINST BU SISTER'S PKoTE:-T Mrs. Kmlly Grlswold, a woman of middle age, whose home Is In Cincinnati, and her Bieter, Mrs! Anh.-. of Columbus, Ohio, have i? , ? occupying aepsrate rooms ut tne Hotel Csatls, Ona-nundred? aii'l-thlrd-st. and Amsterdam-ave., ?several woks. The windows of their rooma looked Into the same alrshaft, and the sisters talked to each other some? times, leaning out of the windows to hear euch Other better. Y.st.rday morning Mrs. Crlswoid was talking to h. r sister acrooa Um shaft, and ah? lost her balance and foil ?she was ?it, bleeding and Insensible when ??he was carrl-d out of the shaft. Some one called an nlnbulaie ?? fr.'in th? J Heed Wrlglit M. mortal Hospital but Mrs Aid.. refused to aiiuw bet . ?sti r to ba uto d swsjr m the The proprietor of the hotel was angry when he hesrd of the refusal to p-rmit ihe injured woman 10 ue tnk.-n to th. hospital. "This Is no place for her!" he exclaimed, and be wem to St Luse'a Hos ;?:*.?: I. with the Ides of having th? woman removed inert?. He aacertslned that the charge f,,r keeping the patient ihr.- would U greet? than ?h? could afford to pay. Tb? J. Hood Wright Memorial Hos? pital declined to r?nd ?n i mbulanee a ?econd time Then the Harlem Hospital was appealed to. and an ambulance ?rrlvi ?l. into whirl? the unconscious wiman. bleeding from h-r esra nose and mouth, and with a sbkly yellow DSllOr overcasting her features, wis . ?meo, while ner sister lie,'ame hys t erica I and :he ether worsen In the hot. i gazed down on the atretcher from their windows A BBANCB OF DE Its's ORDER. A braii'-h of BogSfM V P.bs's Social Democracy was fot?Od iii.tuwn last night by the ??eetlon of ??hari.s B. ?ihenbsch ea temporary president and I?r. Max Behotl a.? temporary ?ecrstsry. The mset? Ids waa held ai Ho MM Bast Beventy-flrat-et Mr. Bshenbach ha? received an offer of ?,?.i?i ains of lar.d In Washington, .lackson, Holmes and Walton counties Fis., for ti an sere, and win cont? inu?est? with ii-bs regarding it. ,1 RAID ON A RESTAI RANT. Acting un n warrant Issued yesterday by Magis? trate Klammer. I? l.-.-tlves llii'it, Walters and Wolf, of tli- W.st Thlltleth-et station, yesterday afternoon arrestad P. it. D?liera and ?? "UlttoB proprletora of tha Hotel Du Lion ??'or. at Nus ;<? and ?U West Twinty-fonrtl.-si. They are charged with keeping a disorderly house. They were taken to the West Thirtieth-?!, siutlon. and were soon r, ?? as. d on ball TAKE A PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD CAB For the Pennsylvania Railroad's 2Sd Street Station The ?enr?o? is prompt, cumfcrtable and ??..nom cal. (?'ii rope un ??prrtieemen.s. F?RS ! Our individuality of design and exclusive -tyles, combined with the very hest ?elected .skins and .superio* workman : hip, have given our garments s world? wide reputation among those who are connoisseurs in Furs. We challenge competition, and cordially invite inspec? tion. STRICTLY A ??KUR HOUSE." TheCrafton Fur Co., Ltd. 164. ISew Bond St.? London, Eng. WAUKENPHAST SHOEST CO Haymarkot, London, S.W. Fisher TAILORS, For Ladies and Gentlemen. The most exclusive models to be found in London. Wo number among our clients many of those who are rec AND ognized as the leaders o. ?, fashion In America and OOIIS, England. . . 215-219. REGENT ST., W. LOnClOn. 173, FENCHURCH.ST. E.C. PETER ROBINSON Dry Goods Store, Oxford-St., London, One Hundred shops ? and Show Rooms. Latest fashions, best style, moderate _PT?C8S._ JEWELLEBS AND SILVLHS.M1THS. Joseph Hemin? d? Co. Old Kilter I'll, le??llii ??Im-IIVM IMnto. Old Family .J??iv.?la? N'ovrltlra for ""res.--in.ts. ?aj ttniiu i -.'i'.. i,o>im?, IV. N?xt Djor to ??KEDKKHN." King I am Not, Prince I am Not, But I am JUGLA THE GLOVER Whom You All Know. 24, Coventry St., London, W. WESTOBY & CO., AMERICAN TAILORS, 40 West Strand, London, Cloae ?o Metropole and Vli-toria Hotels. '.lost moderato prl??ea ?-?onalsteut with ?rood ma? terial and best **-(ork. THE AMERICAN Shoe Company, American Shoes in London. 169, RECENT ST., LONDON. Highest grades of Ladies', dents' and Children's American Sho-*s kept in stock. H. P. Truefitt, Ld., 13-14 OLD BOND-ST., LONDON, W. ?.Through to Burlington Arcade.) and Hotel Cecil.. _ , ni?-h-e-I?-<i lUinlri'islnj: h** fru?ale ?>*4p?rtl. S?nlrare snel iliini|)i))l) h? ?w-York op?*r?lor?. First sbiI only "Aiusrlras MistI??,* >>?li>on?" is l.umloa. NOVELTIES IN FANCY GOODS, ETC. Charles M or re 11, '?THE So wellkaowB tolipiricBB?. >ot?1 . /-i*?**ct r *-r .. *?*"? in -rtBBBBta ??"i Spfflsltl?? ia '?CIVbT CAT. J*n*lrj. Issilii-rsn.IKsncjt?oods,??!??. 60 ? til lil III.I.M.IO.N A HI. AU I., I'ICIAOILLY, L0MJ0>. PARIS SHOPS. LOUIS VUITTON'S New Trunk, "The Papillon," Is the lightest known. PARIS, I, Rue Scribe. LONDON, 454, Strand. FURS P.M.GRUNWALDT.PARIS. 6, Rue de la Paix. Americans before buying furs should Inspert the (?KUNWALDT MODELS. The largest assortment o! choice furs in the WORLD. SPAUIsDIIsTG & CO., Jewellers and Silversmiths, Call the attention of Aiii.-H.-n 111 vlaltlna? 1'arls I? I li. 1 r Ix-inillfnl ... I le?-tlon ?if Din in?.ml? nnd other i?r?-?-lnus ?lotip?. Orlfclnal and iinliiiir ?IralKtia In J???*? elr> . line- v? i? to he?. srllKili- ?II? <-r?Mii-.-. ?.fo. Sol?? representatives In I'urls of lb? ("orlinm Mfir. Co. of Sew ?orle ?36 Avenue de l'Op?ra, Paris. itdte and Jackson Ms., Chicago. Savoy Hotel, London. HOTEL DE LUXE OF THE WORLD. SAVOY RESTAURANT Of (.nstmnnmlc l'unie. Du ?ni 11I11? ?, on Un? ierra-*?*- overlooking Tbe iiiiliniiLniiiit (isriloB?, and Hiver. < lief de ? ul-.li;.- ... ?.?.,.._ i<". HITS. Mullr?? K.rofllcr. "?lAV'U.EKS. J L. l;i uiiXARD. Midland Railway Hotels. Rsslssil. T?l?*rssi* "Mlilal.l.' Wra. TlMTI.K, ?s*?-. IHK ?.III I 1*111 IKlTI-'.l,. -1.1'. KHI'OUL. HUM, KM) I.It VM) HOTEL. ?ST. l'A N? has. LONDON? MUM. \ Ml HOTEL. -I4K WO'iiltl' UlEEVS HOTEL. thi: Mini,am') hotel. -DKnilV Pp??ume?: Fx????tte>n! eTuiarn?. '"??mfiirt. M .'. r.i'i- chars?-?. The Hotel Cecil, London. The largest and most magnificent in Europe. Perfect in every detail. Location un? rivalled, facing and overlooking the Em? bankment Gardens and river Thames. Un? surpassed cuisine and the best selection of wines ever of/ered. 700 bedrooms and .100 salons, private dining rooms, snd public reception rooms. C. P. BERTINI, Manager. _ (Grand Hotel. I'nrls. "ormerly of / ?? ?Imonlcn'?, \?-?-VorVt, <trlifrloii Itcstaurant. London. (.tironean 3-t>erttsrmrnt?. ^S^*WS?*NrfVy?*??. -v-. - w^vA.v%iiVav?VVAA^AiV^^>>liVVVV? THE LANCHAM HOTEL, London. L'rirlralled ?II un?Ion Ib? Portland PIsce. At Ton of H??m?nt at. W. Convenient for the Iles? Shops, Theatres, Etc Every /lodern Comfort and Convenience. Hoderate Tariff. The Walsingham House And Bath Hotel, PICCADILLY. TUB BROADWAY OF LOSDO?. Overlooks (he Park and occupies ?he finest position In London. Apartments aOnaoilerate ehar|?es for n short or long period. Cnlslno maniiare 1 by an experienced French ehof. Teleirrnras, ?'?olnne." 1 O. GRI.AROI, London. > Seo'y & Manager. Horrexs New Hotel, London CORNER NORFOLK ST. ft STRAND. With na-rfectfr ?ppiluted modern ar riuiiii-iiii'iil? tlirtinsliont. Klrvator. Rlci-trlo lieht?, etc. I.ot-ntloaa most central, nenr l.ntr Courts. Kmliniik Bient. and l'rlna?lpal Tlientresi IS min. ntes? aaulk from Westminster Matter. On,iiIhn? nn?l Rail communication arlt'h nil pnrt> of London. Xn. 4 ? :iS. Norfolk St.. continued as here? tofore. W. HORRfcX, Proprietor special Designs in /? Silks for 1897. AO/V <aA?/<$ French Millinery / &/&& And /^/^'^ Costumes, /f/^^ ?? /^/Laces, Ribbons, A/ Hosiery, Flowers And Dress Materials. m Fashionable Artistic Furriery. All Goods Now Narked AT SUMMER PRICES In Plain Figures. International Fur Store (Jay's, Ltd.), Regent Street, London. Upper Norwood. Queen's Hotel Near Crystal Pali". Lamdon. Health!*? situation In EPKlund. Lovely gardens. Boardlag t?rmj fr<m $2.50 per dav. Special term? for large partie?. Convenient truin ?si?lea, Norfolk Hotel, Brighton, England. Hllte Famllv Botst. Overlooks us wsl* pr,m?nade and lawns. Fine piibll,- room?. ??erfert sanitation. Shad?! el?otrlc Hunt.. Lift. Delicate cuisine. Chulee wine? Jule? A. Cn-lghton, Mgr. QUAArt'ft HntAl Rwithsen. Portsmouth. ueensnoiei, Fln? m.,rlne Uv? gavina Isle of Wight, lively old cardon?. Tennis. e:c. Ad ) da? Royal Yui-ht Cluh. Kroqiion*. boa's to Qoaraa, Ryde ar.d Bouthamptoa. "Itoyul Pier Hotel" under same direction. The Howard Hotel, Norfolk Street, Kmbinkm-nt. London. ThU newly or?rteil Hetel is r-ploto with ?very nv-d-rn comfort. Over? look* Kmbankmon: and Hiver. Klegant and spacious public ro,,ms. Kl??,'tr1c Light throughout. American sys ten elevators. Fixed tariff. "ALBEMARLE," 32, Dorset Square, London. . Hour? favorably known to Americans visiting London. First class Brer/ m dorn requisita Misa ROBERTSON. successor to the Misses Warner. Cockburn Hotel, Henrietta 5t.,Covent Garden, London. Cockburn Hotel, 9, Endslelgh Gardens, London. Cockburn Hotel, and Turkish Baths, Bath Street, Glasgow. Mrs. A. D. PHILP, Propr's. The Imperial Hotel, Mai vern It the most central point for AmTlcans desiring to vliii Worcester, Shrewsbury. Hereford. Stratford on Avon. ?to. Visitor? can spend the day at in?.? different places and return In the evening to The haps Mai, locsted la supero privat? ground?, and thoroughly modern. WAotWlVli. it \Vr?a-alni-lr " Central tor visitors to Kenllworth '* ""I"?ILK. and Stratford on Avon. LEAMUM?TOX. a'irnn?lnn rTiitnl ''?'r,:"?d by best American and arenuon uoiei Knf nsn ratmiiea. Tau? <rt?t?. 7 p. m. servie?. WUIMHUnHUsi i'P..1cf???l<l " High above the lag?. In Its own m*#> l>t IMII III. ?irlcent ground?. KIIXAR\EY. i'ra.if Fouthorn Hotel. Most contrai posit! ?n of th? AJI"?tL I-ak? nistrtct. II.FHACOMII? <V,.-tt, T?rnn>. . "The frlltngwood." E^^?T B**ut,,w foreign Rrcorl9 The International Palace Hotels? The Uheslreh Palace, CAIRO.Egypt. ,. The Hiriera 1'alace. i, ?lea.France*. The Arr?lala Palace, 3 LISIIOX.PortagaL The I.a Pine?. *-! os'i KM)..?.Belartmaa. The Mialnjn Palace. _ "? MAI.O.U. l?XitlHVB.Swttserlaa Tlae Bnaiimer Pataca, ~ THKHAPlt.Turkey. The Pera Palace. CO!?aTA*Ti,rOPi.r:. Turkey. The fid. Hotel Interenattanat. RRIXT)I St.... Italy. For Information, tickets tu ait ;>oi:it? and to res?rr? ao fomm ?latlon apply International H. C. Co'? Orne". II O-rkspur ?t.. London, or I ?.scs d? I'Oper*. Par!?. TRAINS DE LUXE. The ll,UMI(l*i| CAR1.SHAI) KKPRKSS, Ually. Till'' ll.OMHIM I.M. \I?IM: ? lVr_HLAK_\ BXPRKtS. Daily. Four Time? Weekly. Tha? IVORD ICXPltF,** il.t?U?OX). Hill ?.?KIM. I OI.O(.\IJ. HKUI.IN A ST. PKTKItMIl Hi?. DaaaiiP. The (I.OXUOX, OMTi:\U \ IKWV EXPHKSS. Dally. For full nnrtleulars anil nil tickets apply to THF. I.NTF.IHATIOVU. HLRBFIXO <*AR CO.. 14. ('oi-ksiiur Street, l.aaiitlaiii. Kusrland. Hotel Continental, Hotel Chatham, Paris, y Hotel Binda, Paris._ Restaurant P. Cubat, 33 CHAMPS KLVIBa. PARIS. BtoM ?,.,.nt ... lu.uit'.u. In ?,??>,. ,:.-..moi.oJ.? w Am..,.. ?? tut ,.,;'... ....:,.* u. on. ?,.n. ??AA.AAA/^A/y/ /oreiqn fit-sorts. _ GRAND m?l??em 10 ui'k" bciiide. OPPOSITE THE GUANO OPERA. The Modern Hotel of Paris. E. AUAiUl.L'STEl?, ilanager. Hotel de Lille et d'Albion *|*Z3, line St. Honore. Purls, Il?-t?ccn the l ullerl. a t.ardena. I'lac* Vea. dome and Sam Oj.era. A.I?u..ii?u?o*?8 ar rsBsi-Biftil? for fniMl'le?. Me-iiuiiitii Hall, inra?? Hrnwlna H??.?iMa. Id.-Irle I.Iaht. at?. Tet?-aran??. ??LIII:?lh?o??." P.-.ri-. ? viear>?a-a>. H1*\H? AllADIB. WTEt H ?sSSsaUIT. m, Gd Hotel de Ro-k, _BERLIN._ BADEN-BADEN, Hotel d'Angleterre. Magnificent Mot jl. w l'inest situiti.? Decirle l.lj?ht. .lodern Comfort. Wurttemberger-Hof, NURENBERC. ?gg Grand Hotel, f* URENBERC._jjg Bayerisch er-Hof, NURENBERC. Gd Hotel Continental MUNICH. ^aggg Hotel four Seasons, MUNICH. l!o?>rii. e. jmtalL Hotel Marquardt, STUTTGART. Hotel National, STRASSBURC. MAYENCE Hoteide Hollande Steam heat Throughout. Lift, fireproof ataiVcsss? Hotel d'Angleterre, Rhine Steamers ?a a f?nest Lend Opposite. mayeiflCOs -Situution. Baths-of-?Icmburg, m HUF K\ HOIR (ROM IKWKHKI ON-VUIS. Ritters Park Hotel? Residence of H.R.H. Ihe P. inte ol 'Aalrs in llomburq. The Grand Hotel? Brussels. Ostend?Hotels The "Splendid," 300 Beds. " "Continental," 200. " Kursaal* Beau Site. 125 Beds* A. Ileclerck, Proprietor. All these Hotels are modern in every detail? and on Sea Front. O S TEN 13 BKLG11 "M.i Great Ocean Hotel. 1st Class. On the Sea front. Lift. Llettric Light Hotel Mertian, Ostend. ITaLlfAMI Wla IF Wallst. Hotel de la Ville. Milan. i.T*rr jio'Iitii K?'iuiiit*r?*c Tr*Ttiirr*' ?uulu.-U Grand Hotel Milan. All H,, Its Improirta?Sta? lux/?-'? i'*.-i*.t?r?s, sasssf Tirksu Merplsc < ?r, I ?Sir??, ata? Grand Hotel Beliagio AND IIOTKL VILLA. HKUHKLLONX Beliagio, Lake Como. HOTEL ROYAL DANIELI J? MODERN COM]"?H'.TB. N1?WL.Y nFCTTTED. VENICE. Orssd r?n?t, b-ilradid Vitfj, tlKtrle UihU IwsUftaV SUam H-at UsilwajTlr.*?*-. Grand Hotel Venice. Bss s Irostsf? of 800 Voat us Us (.rand Csaa). lll?..n*t? BBBBSBaS Bo?t ipoolstel ' la Half. spsu a Pi?*'.?. I'roprUUr?. TURIN. Grand Hotel, et d'Europe Lucerne?Switzerland. GRAND HOTEL NATIONAL. First Class. Boot ftituutiou On the Lake. Electric Light Throughout. Proprietors, PfytTer & Co. Gd Hotel de la Paix, GENEVA, SWITZERLAND. Hotel Beau Rivage, GENEVA. Magnificent position on the lake opposite Mont Blanc. Beautiful terrace. -Concerts in aummer. Baths on each floor. Lift. Electric light 'n every room. rUnaged hy the proprietors themselves, Mayer & Kuni* Hag?eT^oiland, HOTErbE LUXE. HOTEL DE LUXB. HOTEL des INDES. nssat Hoarse is HoHoad, best emi?m. Jstsl stay* dsrssj disser. Isssrstsa apa-rtsaasts ses% rstttsd tsi>sssjMst Bath?. Itiirdrcs*3-*r. Privsts sstei csrri?-?--?*-?. C. P. HALLER, Xcw Manas-r. ?*?uro|iciiu Uiin'.icro. CAtil?80A u. ?' ? -**sil**?f T i..*..-i-u?wtc Uaui