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RHODES HELD TO BLAME
?RlffPORT ON Tllr" JAME.-ON RAID INTO THE TRANSVAAL. f-n*-* PARLIAMENTARV C'*MM'rn*l" Di:N01"NCES rtHC'rrs and aVSXarWhATK? CHAM r-:r.LA*N-'vrni"r*s cal-.f.d to AOOOOXT. L*-'*"<1*,r'. July 1'?.? Th? Parlian*. r.tary South I Africa Committee, which bas been ?quiring] Int?"? the Trans?, aal r.iid. has Sgreed upon it?! i report. "The Tall Vail Ga**oit?-" pnbllahas a BuiTimary of the- ?.?ncluslons tf the CJSnnttttee. ; It sa>s tha rosort will azprosi an ensphstk i-pinlo-i that, wbstevor ?ysatlhcstloa then might ' j?.?\c -bet a for sctlon ??n the- pert i f the pi ,?\o t pf Johannesburg, there was t. :\< v. li?t over for C*c!I Rhodcs's ?otuluct In subsldizlng, ?--rganlz *!-,?; snd stimulating an armeil insurrection Bjalnst the Government of the Transvaal. A heavy responsibility, according to the report, remains With Rhetses, dest?ite the fact that at the la?t moment Dr, JSSMSQt) invaded the frssavSSJ without Khodc-s'.?- dlrsot sanction. In eapreaatng the gravity of Tihodcs's transaction the C"ivir.ilttee say* thst "he seriously criibar rr..<*s'd 1 ?th the imperial a;id colonial govern r.entr; Ids proceedings resulted in an astound? ing breach of international comity; be utilized his pcsltl.'n snd the great Interests he controlled In order to SSStSt and support reve>!ution, and deceived the High Commissioner, as well as et-twsslsd '.is views from the members of the C-1 nial Ministry and the directors of the Char? tered Company." Th.*- committee Is of the opinion that of the Chartered Company directors who were ex- ! aiviined oni*f Mr. Belt and Mr. MsfutTO "?'ere : cognizant of the plans of Rhodes, and as Belt j --?as mtruatsd "?vith the money to promote a | revolutionary movement he must share respon? sibility f->r the conse.vjer.ces. The report adds that Newton also failed in his duty, but In a less d??*rre*A The committee In conclusion condemns the raid. l?ut at the same time expresses the opinion that nothing will be gained by proceeding with the proposed extension of the Inquiry into the administration of the Chartered Company. It declare?? Lord Rosmead and Mr. Chamberlain snd the Under Secretaries of the Colonial Office blameless, on the ground that there Is no evi? dence that any of them was in any sense cog? nizant of the plans for the raid. But it declares Sir Graham Bower. Imperial Secretary of the "HiRh Commissioner, guilty of a grave dereliction cf duty In that he failed to decline to receive from Cecil Rhodes confidential cnmmunlcations SSOU*-' incompatible with the duty he owed the High C'-immissloner. A voluminous minority r? port, presented by Mr. La'-'ouchere. finds that tie plan for the raid was cencocted by Beit and Rlv-des. and sought to be carried out through Phillies, Hammond. Colonel Rhode?, Cecil Rhodcs's brother, and Leonard. It was devised, sccordlng to Mr. Ls bouchere. in order that certain rich men might become richer. "Rhodes." continues the report V?* Influenced to a certain ext?nl hazy idea of a vast African fi ? Brftlab flag, ?n which he would | part; nut he was also Influenced and is influ? ent*'-i by financial consideration*-." Mr. Labouchere does sot conalder thst ceita'n y.-.f'.. personagea in the Board of Directora of the Chartered Company did their duty, while he thinks that Rhodes and Beit merit "severe pun? ishment" fer a raid which !s "one of the most j ?rs-rraceful episodes of our ?cunMy's history." The minority report ends as followa: "We re fret that the alleged complicity of the Colonial i OflCB has not b?*?-n probed to the bottom, in or c>r the more effectually i" remove any id?-a tha'. there may have been some truth In the Statementa of certain witnesses that the secret i ein:.- of Cecil Rhodes were more or less Clearly | nvealcd to Mr. Joseph Chamberlain. "may possibly ?y a vague and it loa under the !:*.>? the leading COMMENTS ON THF. RETORT. Tl'.'. rONSBttVATlVat PAPBSi PlaTBATJ tOh '?** N1ENCY TO RHODES, T. r.".-.:\ July H. ?"Th-? St-ir.lard." commenting ,editorially on the Investigation (*arriod on by the } r imenti ry S ?uth AfrUa Committee and on the Committee's re-port, says: "Nothlrtr* remains io be Bsld about ,?:i ? : Isoda which has destr* ye ?1 so many ?;.? .-. ireera and nearly added a chapter of sin?-u !; ?? <?.-om to the history of the Kmpirc? in South Africa. Perhaps the leading moral of the? Inquiry ??ort Is thst even In making an empira ?"???:>? is the best policy." All the Conservative papers take practically the ? ? ? view, and expr?s*, the opinion that (."ceil ! a? hi-.-n sufficiently punished already, and tha; the nation should rasaember in* great s?r \ ? . ;??? his errors leniently. - ?Ie-?.;?ledly In favor of T*hode?s. In BB .?ltoriul article It urges the advisability of stopping the subject ami allowing i-onelliation to ?-. the path of progress In South Allies. of tl .- par-ers omrlain that the report Bays : z afooui Miss Flors Shaw. v.ho wa- In charge of the colonial buresu of "The Times" nt ihe time of th? Jameson raid. The papers are almost unani? me ;s in advocating the restoration of tholr com Stostoi ? to Major 8h* John Willoughby an?1 his brflh-r ornons ? ,. _ , , ,. The I>a:',v News" and "The Daily f hronie-lo O-.-,-?, ?* the ceniinlttee for lurking ??ud hushln?, ? in? inqulrr "The Dally Chronicle declares th*t the ,*'<?>?> 'uf-lon of the Inquiry Is disgraceful isd asks ?rhether Cecil RhoSee md Lord Cray ara to ???? ?cot free "The Chronicle" article ends thus: "It is f#?r Parliament to vindicate He own honor Ml that of the Empire " BAIN IN PARTS OF INDIA. ton nccnoxt tnu? stithout akt?a ?stiascity OP Kni'iiL*:: LasdOB, July l.t.-The Karl of Elgin. Viceroy of ?Seta, ?"'.cirraph'* from the West Coast that the ? BJOBS died away on June ?5, and that the saatksr throusbout the country has hem fine. aSVtnah !s still l*ecelvlnc a ?jrood supply of rain, and * *'~.d r; In Is falllBS SSSln on the West Coast s*4 '.p. louthsrn Bombay and in M*?*eere. A fair Mannt of rain has fallen 111 the last three days In Um central provinces, in parts of Bengal and In ?M nerthweal provinces, b;it Bombay, Deeesn and V.-id-H^ are s'iil without rain. If th?? monsoon again Bdrsseea the damage will SS ? very ?rrest, but the situation Is serious sTt******. large areas hsra bees sown. sTdaewnere th? ?nrk of sowing has bf-n s'.rriivfcnded, and many r- ?*l | r:re returning to the relief works. There h .: great Beareitjr of fodder in Bombay, Madras, bad, I* rar ard !n parts of the central '? ' "es, arel 'ii?c-cb ?re gradually ri.-.'.?-?**'. Hl INOLICAN DELEGATE; AT WINDSOR. Issuon, July ii.~One hundr " ?*t".',. eighty ntem? ?"t* sj the Pan-Ansll in, or Lambeth, Conference ?" -'! .. i-r?clal scrvloe ?* St. Oeoi -> t'hape:, - Castle, to-di . snd tfterw tl I '?' "" >? ? "?i-?-] ; ;? t .- Queen, to nhrm they presented an **Q?"i-. BE, DEVI.y BEFORE THE LIBRARIANS. '-??"??.?ion. juiy M.?Tba InterasUeosI Cefjfraaa i' ?^"nriana listened to a paper to-day by MelvU ?sses. ?*.? ilk.?? v v .--. -Th?.- Relation Of the ???? of Albany, N". V. '??'? 14 the ?'oi.iic Library." It -??s a plea for ? asioti of leflslatlon fav,,rab;-? io lcs'ltutio.T The? paper look streng ?-rounds * nsatlonal rc-.ssr,a-jers, -?hlen it eon ? ? ?" a source cf unutierable 4^^ 11. iRlTlSB COLUMBIAN MINING INTERESTS. : larga daputstlos, headed by oi Britlah Columbia, salted Wilfrid I-aurier Dominion *u;. apiiropriatlon for exploration pi rp 8? CAFTVRl OF VAEl'QBl REPORTED. U.?OfliClal dlapatchea fiorr. Manila ? * '? ands, !.-,>?,:t th. ?,,j,?:.'.- of Maausbu ?' e i.-.i^e. number of influen'iai chiefs. In? have submitt, ;. ABEAVY ;;, 4 FLOODS PART OF CALLAO. i?a? ' 1V!':- Jai>' v- ,'?la QsJeaetae*. Tea )-A very fIaVr **"' ?'??** running last nlfrht and a pan ot flbfj ?a* Hooded To-day the Are fiij?lne? of the '?iJi?v* ?Mr**t* *Ufa**iod In pumpln*- thr watei fto.n 'It k ?' tomr k- "ie hou-.es. no serivus da.n ?*** rta-ji'.ea ;iuaj t?,e lnun-latlor.. FIERCE ATTACK ON GENERAL LEE. A HAVANA PAPER DENOUNCES HIM FOR JUS REPORT IN THE BUB CA8E. Havana, Juiy :? <\U Key TVe?!, Fla.).?Th?. "Avisador Cammerclal," a political and commercial '?i By, in a leading editorial article makes a Wtter attach c:i United States Conaul-Oeneral Lee, on account of his report to tht Government ?t Wash lagtOO en the Rult casr. ?r?.e paper say?: "Crediting OoaeMHlmtral Let with asm good V^il.-.i ?:,:. ?.?? ci.nn?t Lut have compassion for him. belle?tag hUn to be ush?med of his report. The I xt <t th,? report h?s leen published in Savant, ?.; d the Spanish reeidents ?how their chivalry by : it c,c:i displaytag their ?corn for er.c who ha? Included ?o many fuIsehoodB la hi? report, fan there be a more rMtetdSot ?tard than that taken by Oi \er.:l Lee ? His tal?? o? iiorrora, based upon S } rlsoner being alone In bli oelL wifeless and chlld le??, has gone to tin wall. The Spaniard? of Ha? vana nav? rev- it with indignation or hilarity, and have ?bown General I.ee that certain of the mon? strous ucts related arc onlv capable of execution by those who conceive them. "Probably General Les has conceived theia be* cans?? t\( has witnessed them In his country and umoiiR his people, where the lynching of prison? ers Is esteemed by the authorities as legal. Thd Spanish people are too noble, generous and chival? rous to descend so low. They treat with respect even those whom they despite, and this 1* prove? by the manner In which General Lee has been treated. In spite of tho horrors and foolishness contained In his report. "We wIII not ever, insinuate that in the WO.0?X) Indemnity he ask- for the Wide? of Dr. Ruiz his commission was his principal object; but this the least Malicious p-.-rson might infer after I/ce's re quest for HO.O0O with whim to relieve suffering Americans, who do not exist here. The Spanish people arc brave, not savage, nnd do not torment defenceless prisoners. Thev do not lvnch their prisoners, nor are they guilty, with the reheli here, of the cruel and terrible carreg? indulged in by Lee's fellow-eltl7.er.s during the War of the Re? bellion "Were we vengeful, Instead of noble, I ~e would not be in the position he Is now In after hi? in? sults. He know? that the Spaniard? do not regard him a.? a brave, important enemy In Cuba. "Any other Government than that at Washing? ton would tlnd cause In the Rula report to pigeon? hole It for fear of ridicule. But If such are the diplomats ?nd generals of the Unit ?d State?, what kind of folk must the reit of the people be?" INSURGENTS BEATEN AND CAPTURED. PARCHO RIVERA REPORTED KILLED-?A NTMRKR 09 MERCHANTS ARRLSTEP. Havana, July 13.?Official advices from Pinar del Rio announce that the Insurgent leader. Pancho Rivera, has been killed, and that Pablo Oliva, an? other leader, hag surrendered to the authorities with sixteen of his followers. According to official reports. Colonel Almendarcl lud an enpagemen: In the Poso Mountains, Province of M.ita'izas. with aa Insurgent band, and com? pelled them to retire, lea. lug fifteen of their number dead en the Meld. The Spanish lost four killed and nine ?round?1 I. On the same authority It If stated that the Raleares Battalion, In the Province of Pinar del Rio, have killed eleven Insurgents. To-morrow the trial by court-martial of seven persons will ta begun here. Among the prisoners to be srrsigned is Mrs. Deetderla Albreu, who is chirged with having carried disratchc-s to the In? surgents. Dispatches to the authorities from Trinidad an? nounce that the surrender of tht Insurgents In large numbers continues. Among those who have thus far given themselves up are a number of prefects and other officials. Owing ;o the trouble at ClenfuegOO. arising from de confiscation of 1,71)0 packages of merchandise on trains because of the failure of the consignors : , mply srlth the decree Issued by Captain-Gen ?- i! V.'evler on January 1, the military authorities last nighl and this morning arrived several mer? chants The prisoners were not kept !**-r.g In CUSr tody, however, beln?,' released aft? r having beer! examined. BIG STRIKE OF ENGINEERS. A LONG AND F'ERC*? fTRCiT^LF, TNTTIATF.D TN ENGLAND. London. July 11.?The strike of engineers Is ap? parently- to be a long and fierce struggle, pith the masters and the menh ave refused all offers c-i arbitration, including the offer of C, T. Ritchie, presid? at ol tht Board of Trade. The lockout tacan this morning. As a retaliatory measure the engineers are calling cut the remain? der of the men, and by this evening no fewer than one bundled thousand engineers will be Idle. Air ?rt/ tli" yards of several large firmb have been J?_eteA The London Arms that have Joined :n the lockout now number forty. Among them are such Important concerns ns the Otis Elevator Com? pany, the Westlnghouse Brake Company. Frazer <?t Chalmers and the Brush Klectrle Engineering Comp ir.y. TO HEAR A CANADIAN APPEAL. London, July IS.?Sir Henry Strong, Chief Justlcs of Canada, took his seat to day for the first time a? a member of tho Judicial Committee of the Privy council, on the occasion of a hearing on the Canadian appeal caee, MINISTERS BE8IGN IN BUENOS AYRES. Lond-in, July 14.?A dispatch to "The Times" from Huenos ejrrss says that Dr. Costa, Minister of th.? Interior, has resigned his portfolio, owing to his having been nominated for the Vice-rresldeney. I>r. H.-rmejo has resigned from his post as Minister of Justice, with a view of opposing the election of General Rocs ns President. ?-s NOTES OF THE STAGE. ? Request Night" la the title given to the pro ceedings of this evening at the Mtdlt?! Square Roof Carden. And surely th? programme an? nounced for the concert of the Metropolitan Per? manent Orchestra looks like a popular one. It is this: M ur th, "Donato"'.Rial ' Overture, "lier PrelschQtS".Weher "['rmm Af.er the Ball'.Czlbulka i. ?? muele, '"feraraor?".Rubinstein: Overture, "Poet an,; Ptsaaat".?uppe | Serenade .Schubert H^rn sola, H Putfchke. Valse ?"airier.Rubinstein Serenade .Ilertal Celio ?Ol?, Herr-.an Recr?en. ValM lente ?nd Pizzlr-atl from "Sylvie".I>l?he? Polish Dunce.Frharrvenka Overture. "Merrv Wives ef Wlnflsv".Nicolai Waltz. "Mine Danuha-".Strauna Jrnerm'zzo. "Oavallerla Rusticana".Ma?oairnl Polonais?, "Mlgn-?n".Thema? Some oi the olr'er inhabitants of New-York may remember that abou ten years ago. when E. H. Sothern was p.'aylng "The Highest Bidder" at the Lyceum Theatre, he sent a messenger boy to Eng? land with some souvenirs of the fiftieth perform? ance Any who do remember this Incident will be glad to hear that the messenger has got hack. He has. moreover, become attracted by the stage, and h?- Is announced to do an act after the man? ner of Fregclt at Proctor's Theatre. Twenty-third Pt., next week. His name is Bugtnt Bang?. Il W. Henley, who was well known for many yeiir? as manager for Edward Harrlgan, announces that he has arranged to eontml for several years nil the plan to be written by H- A. Du Souche;, the a-.itlior of "Mv Friend from India" and "The Man from Mexico." Mr. II ?nicy says that he Bh ' i on nresenl Mr. Du Bauchet's latest farce, w! . ?- Is called "My wife's Btep-Hu?band." An e.'.eeible messace comes from London to the ! effect Ihst Willlnm Olllette. who was reported a j ',iv day? ?go to ta seriously sick, will appear In ? ht? pli.Beere! Service" agalc. ?--morrow night, v.:.?- ; ;!c. !s to return to the Adelphl Theatre. e? THE DOLPHIN BEADT FOR THE PRESIDENT Washington, July U.?ThS Delphin has arrived :,??.,? ?.tel !s making ready lo take the President down the Potomac for sn outing whenever he find? Il e time f, r it. TBE COAL-MISERS' STRIKE. THE COMPAXIKfl LIKELY TO WW, , Fren Thi BaHfrpora American. Tbert Is SlltSlgh coal In sight to supply all de? in? t.?'.* and tht only practical effect of the strike. : judging from many former strikes, will be to jr lite tl '? masses of the people pay more money C on .sua! for their coal. The miners cam ot bold c.?t beyond i certain lime, while the companies can j resist indefinitely. A KBITRA1 ?ON R?C< HI M ENDED. ! From The, Utlr-a Pr?s-, It ?ertal^lv seafn:-- H? if arbltrallon off?: s th? ! wises? and most satisfactory ?olution. In differ ence? of this character it usuall) happens that . , h >-l,l' mus some of right and some of wrong. Hefore fair-minded arbitrator? the fects >"iiid ?ill | be set forth and explained and a ressonablt d ? eltlo ? could !???? r.-aciw I, ? ; PROMIBRfl ID0CECJ. From '- ? ?? i*iovMtnce Jeura? The orevalllng roal strik?- sums now to prom? ts,- well lor all Wh?, have engaged In lt. In solle ri, th. A\e?l Vtrglnl? tnd of the supply question. Baai if ? eenersl plen l* sdopted to prevent the .ovine of ibis West Virginie mal to the Lake ,Ti.s the men had b?M begin ?o return tp work L? ,.,u nt tbev can. The movement In that c??e, ,t; ' would b'* foredoomed to failure. - The Ntrlke muil remain a eirlke or It will become a ria/ohitlon That was learned In MM. And unless .C\ _t_r neople ?n> wide awake It will put on ffne-avCharacter bcioi. inty know what is oc currlng. RENNINCTON GOING TO HAWAII. TO REPLACE THE MARIOX-NOTHINO HOS? TILE TO JAPAN' INTENT)!"I >. Washington. July 13.-The Uennlngtor.. now en the California coast, la being fitted out to take the place- ?.r the old cruiser Mu? Ion at Honolulu. The Marlon was ordered horn?* soni.- ttme ago. but an accident to her machinery delayed her for Beverol months, and the order has now been repeated. Though there has been talk of Bend? ing th? battle Ship Oregon to Honolulu to re? place? the Philadelphia, It is said at the Navy Department that BO euch orders have i*su> ?1. and It Is more probable that she Will be kept !n the neighborhood ?.f San Francisco In perfect condition and ISSdy for s?a orders nt short no? tice. Admlrol Penrdslee will s*on be r-d>v?d at Honolulu by Admiral Miller, if the latter. r.ow on his way home from England on the Rro?>klyn. does not ask to be relieved of his orders In view of his domestic affliction. It Is said that Admiral Beardslee hns not received any orders recently. When he went to Honolulu, some months ago, he was ordered to maintain the staiuH quo then?, having In mind the fact that the President In? tended at hla convenience to submit an annexa? tion treaty to the Senate. That was before there was any idea that Japan would lodge a protest against ?he treaty, and although the; Admiral's orders hold good at this time, the explanation, it Is believed, will divest the fact o? any hostile meaning toward Japan. DISCUSSED Bt THE CABINET. THE PRESIDENT ANXIOfS FOB RPEKDY ACTION ON THE HAWAIIAN ANNEXATin.N* TKKATY. Washington, July 11.--Korc-igu affairs, and sotsbl) tl)? Hawaiian situation, ara believed to hsVB BO rorbed much of the attention of the CsMSSt to-day. While It Is said tlnat mere r.as been no sensible change In the situation as io Hawaii, It is known that the President greatly desires speedy action on the annexation treaty, te-fin-; that its approva. would do mti"h to remove complications now threatening. "THE GLOBE" SEES A THINO OR TWO. London, Ju.y 13.--'The tilobe," commenting on Japan's attitude toward Hawaii, says: "The Japan? ese know pntt-tsely the strength of tha ASMtiean Navy, and are perfectly aware of their own superi orlty. It does not require the knowledge of at?, ex? pert to foresee that Is an o ?Can conflict the United States would make a poor stowing. It Is morally certain that the Japanese ships would rav.ice tin PSClAc Coa ?t. if tha l tilted Stat's once became in? volved in hostilities with Japan, in that ?vent Spain would nave an opportunity of whleb sha W0ul?l hardly fall to tak?*- adTSntSge." STORY ABOI T THE MI88INQ HE ID. KOYS SAID TO CAVE l-'OCNI* A PLASTER? | COATED OBJECT OVBB IN NEW-JERSEY. A amall boy named Tommy i'o.juer was playing with some oth,*r bcya last gsturdsy in a grora In Brnnchpcr?, N. J., when they pi-'k.-d Up In th? gra--. a psATdrsga dose up In a newapsper. Rester Ing the paper, they fourni what look??d like B large plaiter of parla ball, which waa agstn Inelosed In oilcloth. Through tha r>i.-?^i--r of psrta, th? boy eatd, stuck several hairs. The boya were so fright? ened by their flr.d that they threw it. without fur? ther ezamlnation, Into a pond nesr by. Tomm* Cccpet's mother was staying wlUl ?"cm* friend;? In Pranchport, and to her hi- to '1 hi.? story. Mrs. Cooper returned to New?York on Monday and went to work In a Seeond-ave. factory, when she is regular y employed. She spoka td her frh ndi of the story h? r ??o;- told, and It occurred to thes* tbat what the bcya found may bava been th" head of th?- murdered William Gutdesauppe. Gossip was at one-e started, and It soon cama to the cars of Captain Grant, of the Bast fixty-seventh-st. police station. It is said thst he sent for the boy and heard his tale. At any rate, t hlef ConttS admltte.t yesterday that the police knew of the story anl were working on the cas?, an.l be WSS not nt all pleased that the affair had "MesysM known. Ono of the men in the Secon'1-avo. factory who heard the story was William Pc-lsky. a Pole, who lives at No. 314 East Reventy-flrsi-st. Palsky quit work at noon yesterday, and el!el no; return home until last evening. His relative-, v. Inn Questioned as to his whereabouts, at flr.-?t denied BSy B*nowl edge of ihe man, but his wife ilnrdly salel her bus band had raid h* was going to find the head In lb? hope of getting a reward for it. Sne Bald he ha been out late Monday night, an.l on hi? return tried to tell her of his trip, but that she was too sleepy to listen. Pt-li-ky was fina'ly found last night, aft? r bis n l atlvcs had said be- was not at horn.-, li?- denied all knowledge of the story, and said ha had said nothing to anybody about It. He declined to tell where he had been or what he had been 'loins. Thorn and Mr*. Nack slept well in their cells in th? Tombs on Monday night, and were apparently In good health yesterday. Acting Warden 0"Sb a had seit word to Mr* Mack's ooiin?.e?l that s.h.- ?lid not like the prison food and want.?.I th?? us?- of th? _ ?,e_*, __ .. ?. ........ #?-, ,.i 1.. i* nt I'.,' -, ...onev that was taken away from h>-r 81 Police Headquarters. Mr. Kric-n?! v..?nt to th?? Tombs and f-avs to the woman money, which Bha used in buy ng somi? tea and food, which she partook ot wlttl relish. Chauneev Olcott, th?> a? tor-Ming.-r. was al? lowed to talk with Thorn and Mrs. Nack and img to the prisoners yesterday. Mrs. Nack was moved to tears by the singing. District-Attorney Ol.-ott yesterday sent to Acting Warden 0'Sh?a an order not to allow Thorn or Mr? Nack to be taken from the prison. This w is done, It was said, to prevent Magistrate Klainm? r from calling the prisoners before- him. BecaUS" the Magistrate Insisted that the? eases of Thorn and Mr?. Nack must be finished before nir.i fur the sake of the record. A.*sle<tant Dtstri '".-Attorney ? Aldrlch and Mr. Friend appeared at ?he Jefferson ' Market Court yesterday and .-?ski,! for an ad? journment of the cases. The Maglstt, .- r-pei*?-,] | his remark of the other day that th* Orand Jury had outlived its usefulness, and be declared that the cases must go on before? him. no matter If an I other tribunal or the ??-rand Jury attempted to in I terfere because he hail a dutv to perform and would perform It. At length he agree! to adjoi.n the cases over to August 3. District-Attorney Olcott refused to discuss the stand taken by Magistrat?? Klammer, saying it would be out of pipe* for htm to make any com? ment. He salel he was anxious about the? recovery of Quldensuppe's head. There? haei been few caaes, he said. In which convictions for murder had been secured' when the head of the murdered person was not produced. He said he hael a strong case, however, and hoped to secure a conviction without producing the head. Witnesses were tiding ex? amined dally, unknown to the public. Ire said, and evidence was accumulating to make the case stronger. The polie?? on the Patrol and three launches were st work on the Long Island side of the East River yesterday searching for QuMensuppe'S heud. The search began opposite the Tlilrtv-'ourth-st. slip of the Long Island Rallroa'l ferry. It w.is decided to dispense? with one launch, as It has be'on shown in the last five days that three launches could work more advantageously than four. Captain j Schulti had concluded that It wa? usel IBS to push the work an** further on the New-York Bide of the? river. The launches st;irteel at Trio o'clock* a m.. but the Patrol ?iki not lleve Pier A until nearly it o'clock. This was becauBe Captain Schuhs was in conference with Acting Inspector OT?rlen nt Mend quarters. The? work was krpt up for three hours on the ebb tlele, the most favor.-.bb- time for find? ing Ihe hcrnl of OuMenaoppe, hut the srr-innlers foiin?! nothing of Importance. Csptals Schutts said yesterday that he wished Acting Mayor Jeroloman would offer s reward of tfn for the recovery f,f the head of Quldenauppe and thus enlist the rolunteer sl?l rf -m ? ]?, w.,iPr dogs along th* river, who would be more sure of finding the head than the police could I s. ?i-? CHANGES IN LEHIGH VALLEY OFFICERS. ALTR?-r? WALTER ELKCTKI> I'KK-tt-rrsT AND Dir.r-.'-Tv.r.s ss**nusns*rroro th? dbbxsx? atOSOA**" DTl-g-SSSTS Ct?OSKS, rh'.l.-.delp?.la. July il-At the regular monthly meetli.g of the Hoard of Directors of the Lehlgh Valley Railroad <7?rnpnny. held at noon to-day. the I resignation of PreMdent I* P. Wl'bur was ten i dered and accepted. Alfred Walter wh ? . leeted to j succeed him. The resignations of WlllUm L. Con yngham. Charles O. Skor and fieorge H Myers j as directors of the company were also aseepted, ? and their places w-?re filled by the ele t?on of Ed? ward T. Stoteshury. of Phllsdelphla, C H i --. ? ; of New-York, and the retiring president. K P ? Wilbur. Messrs. Stotesbury an.l Csater re >ticm bers of the banking firirne of Piw?; .- i ?? ,,t Philadelphia, and ,l. P Morgan A- i v, of **?>??. Tors. The Finance eommitte?, 0) th? - -n n >ai - 1 was rrorganlzeo to Stand SB follow- \lfred \\,if ter. Edward T Srot Bbury, Charle '? Coater K P Wilbir and Josepb Wharton i It I* understood tha*. n rnotlon saa adopted t< : the ?'ffect that the n-couiiis of th?- company !??? mooned to conform to the recommendation-? n ' <-ently set forth In Spec'.ai Kxamlner Littles re ? jio-f ResolutlOtM euloslstle e,- :< Wilbur were I ndOfited. I . _. Mr. Walter Ik forty-fivo y?ar? olil. uni bSS I?' :: In the railway sSfrtea ?In-o \t?2. He ws? for a I considerable* IJSM BOBISastsd In various capuclties I with the Pennsylvania and the North,?rn Central railroad*. From IM? to tfir? h? wm general ?aper Intendent of the Kantern bne? ot the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad L.-.ter he wa? general manar-er of the Erie Division of the Krle Rallrocd. He has a thorough knowleds* of th* coal buclncss. EIGHT FRESH AIR PARTIES TO-DAYS VERA TTUI'ES AND THE PEOPLE WHO WILL ENTERTAIN THEM. Tho work which is cut out for Tho Tribuno Fre?h Air Fund for to-day marks u steady mu'.n'cnan? of the uoo.t record with which this w?*k w?9 begu". No les? than eight parties will ?tart for tho country within tho next twelve hours, and they aggregate 3? children. They nro going to tho following place?: Woatheriy, Perm.; Bomervllle, K. .).: Hlghsplre, Penr..; Tenafly, N. J.; Dansvlltu ami Mount .Moni". N. V.; Eller.vllle. ft. Y.; West fleld, ". J., and N'v.-Wind:or, K, Y. The part) cf children which goes to Somervllle, K. J.. Is the rirst of several which will effjoy out? ings th- ro before tht summer Is over. They have beta Invited by Jam...-, Uva-. Jr., who ha? been generous in Us hospitality. A beautiful four-hun? dred-acre farm which belongs to Mr. Brava has beta pla- il at the disposal of tho children, and they v. in und a pleasure ground here which will tXCeed their wildest drram?. The farm Is called Calm Lock Farm, ami it i? near Phmhemtn. lees? SrtCl County. It is four miles and a half from lomenille. It contains a number of housrs, one of which in near the foot of the mountain. Benches, SWtagt un i hammochs have been scattered through tht grounds for tht children, It i? ?aie to say they will ?rant for nothing WblCb will help to give them a glorlou.? two ?reeks' vacation. The following young women of the gSCOnd Reformed Church of Bomer? vllle will take charge Of tho house and children during the summer: .Ml? Knie Cratg. Miss Anna Plltenger. Miss Bertha McConaUghV? Mis? Isabella Whitenack, Miss Emma Porter. Miss Anna Daven? port, Miss Anna McMurtry. Miss Lizzie. Whitenack, Mis? Messlnger and Miss Stryker. The house will be open for two months. At Weatherly, Penn., there is going to bo a deluge of city children. One hundred and forty leven nre going there, and It would seem that there would be hatdly enough fre^h air to go around. T .?? BtV, -Limes W. BtM Uey has managed the re? ception of the iTU?ts. and through him the follow? ing persons have Invited children to their homes: Ob? Derr. William N. flann, Jr.. William Hann. sr.. I'. P. Hoover, Miss Hat*le Lloyd. H. E. Nuss, Nelson Smith, .Ierre F,sher, Erwin Freehulfer, Harry Mordue, Ml" Emdlne Kuons, George Peltz, D. W. Klotz. <". P. Hoover. Marlon Musselman, W. R. r?ruekenmllier, Herbert Beers, Johnson Har? rison, Samuel Arner, .1. R. Dodson. Charles Will lams, Frederick Scharfer, sr., Adam Welder, Mrs. Hartz, Christopher H?rit?t, J. C. nntner, w. w. Wayne, Edward Snyder. Robert Stetler, Hiram La bar. .lohn Lindner, Ueorge Michael, Herman Hinkle, N. L. Zoll. Mr. Freed. Mrs. Emma Van Dyke, Rdwsrd Mouts, William Kibier, Mrs. David Wood. Mrs. Levi Ilenrv, Mrs. William H. Romlg, Mrs. .Jonas Romlg. Mrs. Mannus Eck, Peter Fink ler. Jamed Henry, Godfrey Ilittlnger. the Rev. A. M. Msaonhelmer, Henry W'etzei, John Kiefer, the Rev. E. R Sein. Jonathan Schlenker, David Yeakel, Irvin Mints, ll.-nrv Fields Osbon Houser, Solomon Hlllman. William 'Acker. William H. Acker. ?. P. Rurke. Robert Peers. Luther Beers. F. R. Moody, ?'. c, Woliln, Victor Freehulfer. Samuel ('roll. John Ferguson, Harrison Rouse, T. K. Dunn. A. E. Miller, Herbert Uangweie, Thomas Drumbor, El? mer A -ker, Daniel Kurhner, N. R. William?, Harry Ritter. S. E. Sehoonover. Jesse Romig. L. C. Nus?, the Rev. D. G, i?ertierich, Adam Bube, Mr. Strahl, Frank Rornlg. Lafayette Freyman. lennle "..iro". .Mrs. Reuben Jasper, John Derr, William Eroh. Adam Hebel, Henry Engelhart, Stephen Gerhart. Jerome Arnold. Henry Dauber, Mr? Frederick Hartman, Mary Lindenberger. Mrs. William K. Hartz. August Bartsh, John Lnehner, Mr? George Presser, W. A. Nuss. Mrs. Thomas Hall, Orlando 8 Barnhart, George Eroh. Mrs. John Ramnly. .lohn ? '. Miller, Mrs. James Smith cors, Mr?. Susan Rrlnkman. William Hartman, Charle? Sevlson, Oscar Kunkle, Mrs. Theodore llengel, John Welgsnd and Mrs. L. Freyllng. Hlghsplre, IVr.ti.. also receive? a large troop of children to-,?ay Forty-one compose the party, and they hive beam arranged for by the Rev. p. _ Milhias. The following are the people who will entertain them: Mr.?. Willi,?m Poonnan, Mrs. Dougherty, Mrs. Leuker. Mrr. Meredith, Mrs. Henry Manning, Mrs. i"!eor?re Brown. K. Musgrave. ??eor?e A. Wolff. W. H. Meyers and 0. S. Buser. When the children arrive In Highsplro It has been aer?d they at? all to be weighed. Then, at the end of two '.veeks. when they are about to return to the dt--, there is coinz to be a practical te?t of what fre.^h air has done for them ACKNOWLEDGMENT!, "'? ? . fflOlU, Kt ?! I.iman Ma.-kev . 2 HO ?\ ? S. and F. O. S. 3 r.o : E it and M D. 0. 10? "Minnie" . ." <V> A .1. S. .I I? aus? Bin? r?. Fv,i,i>, Ke?ark, N'. J. a.".?*? alias Ifi|)-I Allen. M? a . o. c. a. r on M \\ . Stlm?,n . "?m Mr?, c. O, It . 2 <X) ?Filen,l? on Bturtevani llili Win thmp, Me.".... |0 M B. P, 11. New Hnven. Cmn. I ?<> Ti m I frl?t"l". RM Mrs. T, f. Osbvirn Eummerfteld, S. C. 2 in "A thank gering" . ROO Conkli? tnd "'her?. Huntington, 1/ n?; I l?Bd . If. .VI ?'.,; i;.i" l\ VVhltllS . .'?o?? ii. A. f?ltnp~n, Elizabeth. N. J. n no ti. ti. ?'. 2.'.<v> C. V.. 11? Previously a. knotvleilg??t . I0,4fl2 45 Total July Ig IS?. IM.SH70 To the i'ditor of Th? Tribune. Sir: On July I til little mlsses Ad.de Conklin, Ethel Grumman, Estelle Conhlln, Clara Kord, .les sle Bheperd and St. lia P.rown?with Master Had? lej Conhlln, held ;? lawn party si the home of Monso Conhlln, They ask me to forward to you the proceed? of the same, and to request you kindly m apply it ?? tin? Fresh Air- Fund. Kind, then, my check for 115 60, and I a?sure you the young people sinc?rele hope It will help some to a little of the fresh air of the country. They take great pleasure in forwarding It. Truly yours. B. VAX VXIET PUTNAM. Huntington, Long Island. July K. UM. THF. CLEARFIELD PARTY'S WELCOME. Clearfleld, Penn.. July U.-Three coachloads of children sent out by The N'ew-Vork Tribune Frees Air Kund arrived here to-day and were assign- d to different families throughout the county for a two weeks' visit. Much Interest was displayed by tho townspeople, and a greater number will be enter? tained next ye ir. -? ;\ ADVOCACY OF SETI! LOW FOR MAYOR. "EBTIXOS ARBAXOED IN VAllIO:'5 AlSKMB-f DIS Ttticra at thf. citizex- union. The Executive Committee of the Citizen? Union held Its first day meeting yesterday afternoon at ,.,e s?,-* of Robert Fulton Cutting, at No. 22 Nee? ?au-et T'ne business transaeted was largely rou tlae, relating mainly to pusbtaf the organlzatl .n In the various districts. It was reported that an average of one thousand signatures favoring Seth Low's candidacy for Mayor were coming In dally. Meetings In sdvocacy of Beth Low for Mayor and the principles of the Cii'.zens Union ~111 be hebl as follows: vnith Asaembiy District, No. 59 Rlvington-st, this evening at e:.","? o'ckx k., te be addressed by A. W. Cooley and John T. McNsboc. XlVth Assembly District, No. 171 Avenue A. to? morrow evening ?it. H o'clock, t?? be addressed by A. K. Crosby* John Brook? Leavltt will preside, Vth Assembly District, No. -IT Qreen~lch?ave., tO-morroW evening ?t I o'clock. Oliver C. f,em*.?ie will prearide und address the meeting. XXXVth Assembly District ?south). No. L',276 Tblrd-ave., Friday evening at s o'clock, to be ad? dressed by William Potts; John A. Wilbur ?I'l preside. -? DEFENDING THE ENROLMENT. A member of the Rrpuillre.n County Committee, commenting yeeterday on Mr. Brookfleld'i strtrt ures relating to the Republican enrolment which - ,. ;,l.-ice on June M, showing a total of over M.I00 Republican voters, ?eld: "I think Mr BrooMeld would bi-iter show hli sympathy with the advenes of Bepubllcen?m In Naw-Tork Cltv by commending Freetdent Qulgg Insteed of criti Wing him for the masterly worst he Ins accomplished In bringing ?bout a revi?|jn of the rolls of the RepUbBcan orginiz ?lion In the fees of nun h covert opposition. Over 20.0?? dead namss have been ?trbk, n from the enrolment; .it the same time, o-.er 1MM names, new blood it should be cslled. have been added to the flghung l-.rt liions of the Republican army. "This bas b en accomollshed alninst without a complaint being entered from the hundreds of election district orgailz itl in? Interred. As ? | natt-.-r of iaet. onl- elev ;n complaints In all have '???i -,i,t to P.epu'hll-m headquarters ?s to the ? in.inner In which the enrolment and revision of Juna II were conducted. The faet of itself ?peaks , volumes for the honesty and falrnea? which eh ir I .ieterlZ',1 th?? work of that evening. Mr Qulg^ is giving iiis personal apention to ever) >ne of theie complaint? and ?rill ?ee 'hi * tbev all receive th? inoM careful and delib?rete ir.vestuteUon. if there j has been the -ligh'esi lnju?:;n or WTsng or error ; it w'li i,< correcN ' I. ?'. DREXBL'S yacht jy PORT. a. .i DreaeTs ste.mi yacht, thi Margarita, a:riv i ! hereysstsrdaj from Queenstown,wlth her owner and ! a party of friends, after a passage of eleven da>s I They !,av> Inen SO hii extend? d cruise In European I eratere, visiting port in the M?diterran?en, and reeeatnf Southampton in time to witnes? the re? cent Jubilee novel parade at Splthsod. 1 h- party sailed for home on July 2. Captain Cuahlng, the Margarita'.? sailing niasttr. reports having experienced fresh westerly winds with much foe, in ?he course of the voyag?. On July S. In latitude ?.?. longitude 47.02, n large Iceberg was sighted. The Margarita r?sistera L3" tons snd carrlc? a crew of tL'tv-al? men. SUICIDE OF N. C. CREEDE. PERSECUTED BY 1118 W1KE. FROM WHOM HE HAD SEPARATED. HE ENDS HIS LIFE WITH MORPHINE. Los Angele?. Cal., July ".-Nicholas C. CrOOSo. the millionaire mine-owner, after whom the town of Creede. Col., was nnmed. committed sulcHe with morphine last evenln? at his home In this city, be? cause his wife, from -whom he had separated, In? sisted on renewing their marriage relation?. 09 January I Creede and hi? wife agreed to dissolve, as far a?, possible without legal process, their mari? tal bonds. .Mrs. Creede accepted $".000 cash and surrendered all further claim on her husband, at the samt? time voluntarily withdrawing from ills premises. It was understood that after the neces? sary time had elapsed Creede would begin a suit for absolute divorce. While Mrs. Creede consid? ered that the amount of cash settled upon her was Insignificant us compared with her husband'.* wealth, ?he took up her home In Alabama. About three weeks ago ?he returned to Los Angeles and propored toner husband a reconcilia? tion. This was much tu Creede'* distaste, and he (endeavored to avoid his wife, but. being unsuc? cessful, be ?ieterrnineil to l nd his life. Last ev.n in,' he took a large dose of morphine and went Into the garden to die. He was discovered by a servant and medical aid was summoned, but he died two hours later. Mrs. Creed* was informed of her hus? band's death, but declined to talk about It. The two-year-old child of Edith Walters Walker, the actress, adopted by Creede over a year ago, Is In the care of his friends at Escondido. ORITVART. ALFRED MARSHALL MAYER. Prick Church, N. J.. July 13 (Special).-Alfred M. Mayer, professor of physics In Stevens Institute, and one of iiie most prominent BkM in the country In the line of n,"u?tlcal research, died to-day at his country home. In RldgOWOOd Road, Maplewood, He had been 111 for about .-dx months from over? work and exhaustion, and this superinduced an at? tack of apoplexy, erblch carried him off. Alfred Marshall Meyer was the son of the late Charles F. Mayer, a prominent lawyer of Balti? more, Md.. and was born In that city in !"?>. After a good preliminary education in private schools, he entered St. Mary's College, Baltimore, in 1S54, and was graduated in MML Early In his Ufe he made the acquaintance of Professor Henry, of the Smith? sonian Institution, and it was his Influence that ga\_ the needed Impetus to the young student In the Une Qf scientific research. Soon after his graduation he was appointed pro? fessor of physics at Westminster College, Missouri. Here he remained for two years, and then went abroad to completo his scientific education at the University of Paris, where he studied under Reg nault, the great French scientist. Returning from Paris he was appointed to the chair of physics In Pennsylvania College. Subse? quently he held the chair of physic? and astron? omy In Lehigh I'nlversity. On the organization of the .Stevens Institute of Technology. In 1872, Pra fsssor Mayer iras called to the chair of physics, which he had filled since then. Early In his career Professor Mayer determined to devot.? himself to the problems of acoustics, und his researches led him to the solution of many of tne questions ::i acoustics and sound that had baffled other Inves? tigators. He discovered the auditory apparatus in the mosquito and also many physical characteris? tics and peculiarities in the human ear for Um n - ceptlon o? sound. He was of a strong mechanical turn of mind, and he invented a number of machines and apparatus that are considered essential In the laboratory of the physicist. He discovered some hitherto unsus? pected laws of magnetism, and his works hold a high place In scientific literature. Professor Mayer was an ardent sportsman, fond of shooting and flsh lnic. He edited "Sport with Gun and Rod In American Woods and Water?*." Professor Mayer ?re? a member of the National Academy, of "the British Association for the Advancement of Seien,? and of the Century Club of New-York, He mar? ried, in 1Mb, Miss Mary Snowden, and she, with OH? son, survives him. Tne funeral will be held at the Church of the Holy Communion. South OrsngO. of which he was a member, on Thursday sftemoOfl at 3:30 o'clock, and will he conducted by the Rev. Mr. Jones, acting rector of th.? Parish, assisted by the Rev. Henry C. Mayer, of Philadelphia, a cousin of Professor Mayer. The burial will be In Ro.?edale Cemetery. MAIL-CARRIERS FROZEN TO DEATH. thi: y met a horriri.e fate i<n a glacier i? ALASKA. Port Townsend, Wash., July 1rs.?A letter received here from Alaska brings particulars of the terrible death of three men, BlackstOM, Bottlcher and Mol llque, who were frozen to death while endeavoring to carry mall from Sunrise city across the glacier to Prince William Sound. The letter came from Charles Willoughby. He found Blackstone dead on the beach, lying in blankets, and frozen. The un? fortunate fellow had eaten part of his faithful dog before succumbing. The bodies of Bottlcher and Molli'iue were found som?? distance away, on top of the glacier, where both had p.-ri/hetl. It has been demonstrated that horaes cannot en? dure the rigor? of th? climate, and a large number Of mules will bo brought In next season for use In pack trains. EN CONFEDERATES TO HONOR LOCAN. Atlanta, Ga., July U?General John B. Oiordon, commander-ln-chlef of the I'nlted Confederate Veterans, to-day issued an address accepting the Invitation recently extended to the organization by the Logan Monument Association of Chicago to take pa?t in the unveiling on July 22 of the monu? ment to General John A. Logan. COLONEL CHARLES F. CROCKER'S ILLS Ess. San Francisco. July 13.? The condition of Colonel Charles K. Crocker, vice-president of the Southern Pacific Railroad, Is r?-ported as unchanged. He is still very ill. THE WEATHER REPORT. YESTERDAY'S RECORD AND TO DAY'S FORECAST. WaehlngtTm, July 13.?The presiur? is high off the North Pacific ?nd South Floride c-a?ts ?nd over New? foundland. A trough of low pr?sture extend? from the South Atlantic States to th* St. LeWNMS Valley. Th? pressure Is low In AsHnlBDlS. Bhoweis have occurred In the Atlantic State?. The temperature ha* fallen In the Ohio ajid Lower Mt??lfsippi valley? and the Middle At? lantic f-tatei; It has risen over ?he middle ?lope, ?-.1 hats remained nearly stationary alsawlMr?. DETAILED FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. For New-England and Ea?tern Now-York, rain; south? erly wind?. For Eastern Pennsylvania ?-1 N?w-Jersey, rain; BSttth eastetly wind?. For the District of Columbia, Delaware ant Marylani. show??, probably el??rlnf VVedn??daj aft?rne-n or night; variable wind?, becoming northwesterly. For Western P?flMjr!vanll a', 1 Western N>? Yor'K. fa'r. preceded l?y shower? ? i th? '.k.-? tt? ?he early m-"n.ng; warmer \\>d:-.<?. lay Right; llfhl ? ? f.-..?h westerly wind?. 0'f,?SErtVATIO"S. r IIOCRS: Moralnjr. Night. I '. 3 I & a r g ? is >.: I ; 1 4 s ? " ? o isn - !Hj+rp?^'?-r>"-;\H~;?^?-\ ??' ^????tffr-??-!? .'.-^.aifr--: 4-?:--!??? i'.fa.i ? 30.0 20.5 jr. tri. diatrram a rontlnueua wWl? Hi? show? the change? Id pr-ssure a? IndlceUd t'V The Tribune's self recording barometer. The .Jotted line r<presents the ten per-ilr-.? as rr,-ord.d at I-rry'- PI l?!? V. Tribun? Ofll". July 1?. 1 "? m.?Tb? weather yesterday wa? ihowerr: tse lea????? ma?~S b?tw?sa ".*> end St d-grers. Ihe average fTVm def???| being *\ drgrfe? lower i-iai tli.it of Monday icd ?i low" t1??" that of th? corresponding ,1i>' at In -t \??r. Th" westhcr t day will rontMiu? ra sy, A Ufa often hangs in the bal.ir.ee, because "a ?tight cold" lias been Buffered to turn chronic. When a prompt resort le Dr, D. Ja.vne's Expecto? rant would have feraed the ? t;* ?*? MARRIED. MUJCT- RBSD -On Mood? Jul? K, l?*)\ ?t..,h" i'Mircli cf Ft Pierre de CbatlM. Paris. Franc* Mir. r-ersMin?. dau?h?er of th.- I"? P.- s-lv?,n?i? ..eel -f N-w-York. to Jean Fian;?Is Ulllet, ?I BarttBSe. Fran-e Notices of marrU~M and deaths n.ust he la? I dorse?? -vith full name and mllrcss. DIED, ' BEARD-At her here. !n F? a-*.'.?ville N. T.. July to. ?arsh E widow of lluntlngi a R*ard. ?WELL -At th* ft? ?' M?St? "'-?? Ju:r. 7: '**''? T'dward Manuel P.l-s?.? SOB t VletoHM an! the late Edward MaflSU. C S. V I i'ROHS-i?n Monday. July 12. ?! 1 ??- IJlMgr?. **? ?I 1 KoachuSo-ot.. Brooklyn. K. v n.u.iei W. err.??, be? loved wife of Orln CtOta, in 1 ?r ??t \e?r. 1 Friends Wh? m ,|e?lr- will til OB WsEMSSBy, J'i.) '?? ?nterin?-!?' prlTSt?. KEP.'irsuN -un HMAar. ??-'.-' ?-? Mar>' A- Tllthl!!. Wl? Funeral ?ervl-e? at hei :an "1|1?B<", No. SM West ^lu? st.. We.]n??dav. Julv 14. SI B P- ni. Intrtment at Ihe ,-,mvenl*nce >,f the famliv. L.ng l?l?nd pai?er? |il*im,- ?S? I'lD'll At RflCWtetltoWB, ?'??inn., July 12. Mary R., wid, x\ of WCIIiam l-'Uch Funeral aTa-lcei at lier laie residence, Thursday ar?r ?jeoa, July 1.". ?at 4 ?TeSMk, ; Interment private ; FI!kTi'HKK At Kh?I ? i ange. N J.. en July II, Alex? ander Fletcher. In hts Mth yenr. R^Uilvr. ?n-1 r,le?.is ,.f th? f.mllv are Inv'.ie.l |e at|ei,.| the funeral ?er,l,r? en Tliurrday rvenln?. July IS. al S ?'etoeb. from his lat* residence. No ^SO M?nl?,.m?r> ?t.. Jtrtty I'lty. i Inl'tnienl at eoavtatSMS of th* family. DIEU G II.LEI*--Ore 7i.lv 13. Ann "??relia. ?rldOW Bf tserlS Warr'.nglon (llllei. In the 7Clh ye?.- of h*r Bg?. Funeral service? at her lai? residence, No. 82 tVeat lrstl? ?t., on Wednesday, July 11, at 2:'.V> In ill* sft?rn<M>a. <WM.I?El*, ai Me.ni- l-ilr. S". J. on funday, July 11. Jona John?on Oolder. aged 70 year? Train will leav? for STwiSTbwb on vYedn***day. Julr 14. *t li-4.1 from <;r?m1 ?entrai Station. 42d-*t., New-York. HOPKINH?On Sunday. July 11. IBfc?. Rev. Judaon Haw> le-,- Itopkln?. a>on or (lie late CTiener?! Ollbert Hopkins, or New-York. Frier?!? ?iiri relative? are Inviter] ii attend lh? funeral from ht* late residen.*. Ry?. N V , on W?1n*?d*jr, July 14. si 12:*i. Please omit flower?. '/?ne Island paper* p!*a?e copy. IMBTON-On July 13. I?i7. at hi? re?lrl?nee. Flu-TUBB, 1 -?n? I?lanr1. Kelwln J. ilortnn, e:r|e?t ?on of th* 1st? ll-.n. V. R. Horton. of Ohio. N'itiie o? funeral latar. JKRMAIN - Knter?il Into're?l STlBSir July 12. 1*S7. al Hedge Lawn, near Albany. N. jr., Jame* Barclay Jcrmatn, aged ?.7 year? II month*. Funeral ?ervloe? from hi? late r-*-?l?Ienee on Th?jr?4af i fternoon ?? -4 o'clock. Burial *?rlv?t?. It Is kindly requested that no fl"W*r? be tent. KKMPF On Tue?r1ay. July It. I*1>7. Daniel G??*fgB, ?er.nd child of otfo J. j. and Mille H K'mpf. ?g?? 1 year and * month?. I.ITTEI.I, On Mond?y. Julv 12. 1*07. a? Sharon. Cono,, Margaret S. l.l?te||. rl?U8ht?r ,-f fh? late EllaklB? I.lttell. of Hrookllree. M???.. aged A? y??r?. I/'HIi on eat-Say. Ju!y II. H. F. I/vrl. ?jr-d 70 years. Relative* ar?| frlen?l> Bad a'.?? member? of Mo?ali* tMga So. 41?. T. and A. M.. are Invited to attend hi? funeral on *-r*da***e*Uy. Julv 14. nl 8*SB p. m . from hi? '.at? rr?ld*n?e. \... lio ,\ rlh Arlington av?.. East Orang*. .MA'*MONAai.r-;7.Mr? lUSSSSl Ham*? Marm nagl*. Wife of Mr. ("halle? Ma?-m m ix>. In their apirtment at th? i-r. i;e.,r?e. No. Bg* bast 17t',-. St., Monday nlBht. al 11 I'uneial Thursday. July IS, at 2 o'? !o.-k. trim th*lr coua try BaaSS at Kurii?on. Mor.mouth e\>unt>. N. J. MAT SB ?>n July 18, at In? re?!denee. Msplewwl. N. J.. Professor Alfred M. Mayer, of the Steven? Institut* ?il Te.-hn.'lojy. |n t!ie ?1?t y?ar of hi? ?ge. F'inera. ?ervlee? r,n Thursday. July |? at the < huren ?f the I|,ily i''mmnnlon. Beatk Orange. N. J.. iipon th? ar? rival of the I*:.**.* ... m. iraln from New V?.rk. Interment private. M'CREA Saddialy, on Sunday. July II. at r.??t Mill"***, '?'cf., Aiib-um'c* l?iwren?-e McCten. of New-York <"lty, lr. the ?Olli ye.ir of hi? age. ttAYMON'ti At the re?|.1en--e ?if he- parent?. I'pper Monet eiair. N. j.. ,.n Mtaadey. .lulv ia. l*??7. liuih Amelia. ba> 1 ?-.???I daughter .,f E?i.?|> Mtteii ?ml Nelson E. Rap*. mond. aped 2 year. .ml el m ?nth?. Fur.er?! from St. Ji.me?'? ?hur li, t'pfer Montolalr, X. t? on Tluir:<day m'rnirg. July 15, .it 10 ??'? loefc. RiiPlNPON in Rochester. \. Y r-aturday. Julv 11 at the resilience of hi? father-in-law Mr. ,I?rr.e? fc, Hart Edvvar?! e'. ?i. Robin?..n, ef ?Morado Spring?, ?on of R'-v. Dr. ?'. K. Robl:i?on. of Scranlon. Penn. 8HBSW0OD At Rrlnekerrrff. N. Y . July 12. Ixaae ?hi-rwor,d. In the 72d vear ?f hi? a?'. Friend? are Invited to atf.-id hi* funeral on Wednesday, July 14, at 2:30 o'clock, fr? m hi? late r??ldene?. ?",'*! ria?es will meet at Rrlr.rkerhoff train? leaving N*W Y rk at S an?l 18*88 ... B*. SILVER At Tarrrtown. on Mondav. tr.e 12th inst.. Aa <ire\v Silver, in the ??"id vesr of his ?ge Funeral from nl? late r**4d*nce, lle?kman-*ve.. N?rtt Tarryto-vn. at *; r, ,,c|,, k s ?i. on Thursday, th? 1MB STi?KES~At th? ce,untry residence of hi? brother, ai ?'oe,ner?town. N. Y.. on TuecHy. July U, J.hn S Stoke?. Notice of funeral hereafter. WHIT! aSaaSaly, of neuralgia of the h?art. at his home, hi M??unt Morrta, N. Y., l?r I-"reoer',-k R. fl. Whit?, ?seil .14 fOOta. run of til* late Dr. J. Ralaey White, and formerly i f !**w-Yort* City Tn?i .?l.t.-r?. Mrs. .'laien.e I>. Van Zandt ?nd Mia* Franei? White, of Rochester. N. Y , ?urvlve htm. tYuOilinivn t'e>inrte>rjr. eiftlie. X?. _n K. -?3.1 st. W*eoi11a-rn Station (?4th Wardi. Harlem Rallroatl. Special Notices. Trlbnne? Terms to Mall Bahscrlbrra. Dally, Ho a Kar; Il per month. Daily, -Mthnut Si nr'.ny. "? n vr.ir. fio rent? per month. Sunday Tribune, *2 a >ear. S/eekly. It, Semi Week'.y. IS. POSTAOS ?:xtr.4 poBtaa* Is chsruod to forelfn c-ountrlr?, exi-ept Mexico and <.'ana?1?, and <?n the dally In New Ye-rk City. RKMlTTANi'ES. If ?ent In ra.h. unregistered, will be at the uunt-r's risk, MAIN i.KI-I'*: 184 "?".-.??au ?t. Vi'T'iWN orriCE 1.242 Broadway, AMKRIe'ANS ABROAl? will find Tl.? Tribun? at: I>?nd'?il Oftl? e of The Tribal?*. 14!? FlSSt St Morton. Ro?"> & Co., Bartholomew Heu??, E. C Hiov.n. 0 'HU S Co., *>? New Oxford-st. Thomas i ., '.; A.- S"n. I.ir'K.ire e'lreu?. Tari?-.1. Munroe A- Co., 7 Kue F, rlt,?' 1:??tti.ii?uer AV ?o.. .1*4 Roe rl* Pro\enc?. Morgan Harje? \ Co., .11 Roulevard lUu?;mana. e're.lit I.e. ii'-.ai?. Bureau d*S Kttanger?. Thoma? 0? ^k A Son. 1 l'l*?'e de 1 elper?. Oeneea--l>-,n>b.-ird. ? ?.Her & ??).. and Union Bank. Kloren?'e- Whlthy t Cb, V|i?nr.??Anglo-Au.rrtan Bunk. St. Pete;-.?liur<; ' re?1lt I.? nral?. The LSHdOB .?fit. a of Tlie Tnl'iine I? a convenient to leave ?rtvertt?fnient? and ?ill??? rlpiion?. Drink Turc Water WHILE IX THE i'OrVTRY. For the convenience of out-of-town r-i'ross, Hygela Distilled Water can he purchased ts case containing twelve half-gallon bottles. Price "S.O per ca?e f. o. b. New-York. Ale lowance for empties. KYGKIA DIS'I'II.V.KI) WATER CO. C4!i ST. 1?rh St. I naivi'll. Ma?se?>- A I'o.'s CI"1:A.M OF CUCUMUBRI I? uner?ualle,1 for th* prevention ?nd eure "f cti*?PP?<l h-end? an1 fnee. .t-.i?t :lie t.iin? t , k>- p th? ?kin ?oft aad ?mooth during the aprina ?BufltBa Junction ."ith Ave,. jer,,n,Uav jn?l ?Slh ?"t? 5th Ave., ?or. 47th 84 and MB e',,'.uml,ii? Ave. t.?*)lnl-4le?-*iler prtvmin ?n1 eure? ?ca?i?-kne??. All drugglsi?. Main ?lepoi I'AHWKLL MABSKT * CO.. ?17TH ST. AND "'TH ?vi-, v.- ie.tiriv,nl;i!? srlte MAL DE MKU CO., 2.V.I Wa?iilti?rt ?n S'reet. Jer.ey eMty. N. J. Mornan's Imoerial Carhonated .'^tiile.l -?atera, at ?e?t.?l l.v lr, .il '. if Health. Aotld? l'.i.r Ask for >!nl-?ii.UI ta. the Bew Japan*** perfume ???? ? ???> l**riu?a*r?/fl?*? Sf I, ndon. Bold everywhere. Simply dell as! I'oslnBl?*?? \?illc^. (.Should be real I'AH.Y By all inl?-.e?f?d. as chana?* may arcar si say tima.) F'ireign mr?ils for IBS ??"?:< en-Mn*. Julv 17, 1*1*7, Will ,1 so (promptly in all ?.asej, at the ?Jener?! 1' ?t ?Ifhc* a* follows: TRANSATLANTIe- MAIL?*. tVBDKBSDAT- Al I a. m. imppleflBeaiary i? ?. m.) f**r Europe, p*r steamship 'S, "?tila, ??,* S.?u?hampt?n el?t i-i-s f??r Ireland tSJUM l?e dlrtKtM "Be* Bt I. ul? "; ; *t 8 a m. i?uppl-m---iitary 10:88 a. m ) for Europ*, per ?ream ?hip -Tei'tonl?-. via wue.-nstown; at ?.'::?i p. m. for Be|. ?.?lu'm di?-"er. per ?t?-.im?'-ilr> F-niith-vark. \!? Antwerp Mener? n net be directed per Southwark"i. lATt'BDAT?Al ?'> a. m. f?*r ??rea' Brttam, Ir-lan?. Bergi'in-., Neiherlarda Austria. Germany, P?nm*rk. Norway Bweden ?nd Sa*a*a, i-.r ? ?. ?'??mpanta. -rla e-uenstown dettera for other p*r?s of Eunpe niuit b* directed "P'r ?"aniparla"'. at 7 a. m. for Franc?. Switzerland. Italy, fraln. F-rtugal. Turkey. Eg>pt aad British India, per ?. ?. "'?.i. Normandie, via Havre CMter? for o'her pan? of Eur-pe must b? directed 'per ' -. Normandie" i ; a: S a. in. for Netherlands direct. per S ? Vt-BtUn, \ia Roirerdam iletter? mutt b? oire?-t?d "per Veer.?'.am" i ; at 10 a. m. f?r Scrtiand direct, psr ?. ?. Fuin?.-sia. via GI??C-jw (letters must be directed "per Fui ncsila" i. ?PRlMTgP MATTER. BTC, ??- rman ?'earner? ?alllne ?**} Tuekda-.? take 1'ilnted Matter, et,., fo- Germany, ana ?"pectariy Addre?-eel Pliai??! Matwr, etc, for oth*r parta ??f Eur? p?-. Bwerirsa and Whit* t"t?r ?teamerB ?n Wedne-dn??, German ?team, r? oa Thur?d?y*. *n4 ?.'unard I'rr.'h and ?Jerri.in ?reamer? ?n Paturda>? take Printed Ma*ier. etc.. for all c,astrtta f ?r -?hieb they are advertised to tarry ma:l. A'ter the doting ot the .S'ippiem-r.ury Transatlant'e Mall? named above, ad'litlonal ?upplem'ntarj mall* are opened on th? pier? of the American, Engll.h. froaefe and r,?rmui ?teamer?, an?l remain open until ???ithin Ten Minutes of the hour of sailing of ?teamer. MAILS FOR SOITH AND CENTRAL AMEIile'A, WEST INDIES. ET ' WEDXSSDAT?At 12.W p. m. (?uppiemertsry 1 p. m.) fj* St. llwm.-i!?. St. L'pjIx, l^eWatd and Windward Islands, i-r ?. ?. ?'arlbbee detier? for Grenada, Trial .?a 1, TobBgo and Ba:l)??I?)S muKt b* ?1:r??re.1 ' per c'artb i i, it I p. in. for ?"uba, i?er a. ?. Yu.-aian. v* Haeuni, al 1 i>- m. (?uppl??B*Bfry I .to p. m? lor Nassau -"*?' t., sera ? AbuIIIb (letters muft be dir.ered ??per Aatlllla'); at I i sa, fr Ls Piala ."untn?? direct, i-?? t- *? A-iaii?- l'r.n,-?-. THt'KSDAY Al 8*8U a. m. for l'?rir Antonio, per ate?raer "from I'hllad? Iphia. at 1 p. m. (?upplementai> 1.30 p. m.) f.,r Bennuda, pot ?. ?? ??rln? ????. "t i p. m. ??uppi? ???.etari, 1:30 p ?ni for Bahama i-:ir.,.? aad Santiago. ???jl-ii 'per ?. ?. Va!'-n ii. ??; - P. m lo* Barbado? 8BM8S and North ?WSkll, ?la Pars Bad .Mana?, per ?. a. ; .l-i.??-; at il p. m- t?* Jamaica, |-> I ? ? Ardanroa? ..:t?r for BelUe, l***?*rto Cortea ami (IsalwalB must I be direct*?! "i-er kokaatooa"). ' BATl'KDAT -Al in a. ?'? isupplewn'sry In..Hi a. ml far ; rtun? IsUad, Jamil? a ami t<?\anilla, per iteanuhlp V'etK? ,'e;i.-rs for ?'"?la BtOB, via l.ln..?n, mu?t Sa 81 ? ;, ; ? ,,,r Al,ti?"i. at H? a m. (?uppie.T|.-nt?'y lej.;ie? a in i f-- HalH. Cariha*er.a. ?nd t-aiua Mart?.a. per ??'. ?o'ii Alp?, at ll?:30 a. in. f??r . ampeehe. ? mapas, n'),l Yuentan. p< : s:eair.?!ilp Yuniurl .letter? for lj'm. for Grenada, ?"iinila-1 and Tibago. per ?tears-? ?ji'p Irrawaddy._ ' alar? f^r Newfoundland, by rail to Halifax and thenoa ! by steamer clo?e at thl? othot daily at 148 p. m Mails i. Mlauelon. bv r?d lo Bo*tOB anl thence by *t?amer, r??e at ihl? -m<5e dalll at v3rt p. m. Mall? for Cuba do** ?t this efflc? daily at 7 a. in. for forwarding by ? ?"??nier? ?ailing ?Monday? *nd Thureday?. fr?m Port Tamoa Fl? mata f?r Mexl,-?? ? ity. overland, unie?? sueela'iv addre??ed for di*pai.-h by iteamer. do** St th ? office dally ?I ?W ? ?*?? ?"*?? IM p. m. tRef Istered m?ll slasss *t ? p. m. p-.?vlous day. TEAN-'PAi'Il-'I?' M.vll,r?. Mail? f-?r < hlna. Japai 88*1 Ha?..:! per a, s. Urirl? ,fi ,pi .-?an FtaiVi??' ". ?' R-* h**B dally up t> July 31 at e:3?> P? ???? M?H* ''' Ataetralia i-x,-epi th?a* ".? <'.v?t Au?'r?i?. rial?** are I .???j?'. l rla tiptoaoi. Sew /en'an.l. Hawaii. I-'IJi ami San,?an J.lard?. p?r ?rearathtp Mosaa efi?m ?'un PniKlaco), doer here dal.y u'.'l". lui? ?'? SI ? J" S. ni.. Il a. m. anl ?;.?) p. m. ,' ; .?, ,nival B1 K?-* Y .k 01* -leaiii.hlp t'mliria with Hrtth-a mal ? for Auetral a) Mad- fo- c?in? and JapaB. i).-- ateamahlp Viel rla If.-vm Tai ma). .1 ?.- her? daily uii |,i lui? il* ill '???"*> I" 'i M.:.- f?,r tl-.r Soeie-ty I ,-nd? iwr ?hip <'.iv "t P*P*ltl If ? m San Fratiei?c)), ,>i4Ma ?tara d?il> up '-? l?\y SB ai ?:.to p. m. Mail? fir China ?nd .1*1?-.n n-r??- ...:h .i?ldie?:*?J ,u,iyi. per ?team ?hip Fmure?? ?)f Imlla Cr-.ni Vancouver?, cl?v?? her? elilly up 1" Julv t'*,J ?' ,,;!' n. m. Mail? for Australia lev.-e-pt *A.??t Australia). Hawaii ami SOI Island?, per K(esm?*il|< Mtowere efr?m \'an. oiivrrj. eta** hrie daily afie- July ?IT and up lo AueT**?! 1 ?t it:.*iel p. in Malls f,,r lia???Il p-r ?le?m*hlp Australia ifrom San Fraa rl?ci.? el..?- 1?re ilaily up 10 August 4 at S:S0 p. m. Trai-amclBc mail? ure f-rwar.t.d t.? port <>f ?iJlng d?IIy, ? ??1 ti,e ?,?ie.!-ite ot .??.wlii? Is ?.iTanged on the presump? tion of their uslnl?rrut>l?.l "?verlan.1 transit. tB'Ji- ?-r?4 mail i-ose? at (i p. m. |irevi?'U? d?y. mall ..o.e. a. \ . ?, NK1. ,s v v N- rnTT ro?tma*t*?4, Po?toftlc*. New-York. N. Y., July 10. lafl.