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CABLENEWS FROM GERMAN!
mis coaaxa MEiiTixa beiweex ex- VEItOIt WILLIAM AXD TUB CZA.lt. Sirmui TTamtd Not to slops to Batter Thsmaelvsa by Coming to This Country Fart 01 the Money Stolen From tha Itoth. child ITecovered -a, IVeMlhy Miser Hies la Hn.nnlot Orent Flood In Bavaria, -Emperor "William IVanta a, Private Jtlallroad-The Fire Brigade Tarn the Mose on a InrbaltlniB Uob In Moravia. Dkmjh, Juno G. Tho visit of tho Czar, which (or two yours tins boon raising altornato hopes And fonts In tho ofTloial breast. Is coming nt last Tho mannor In which tho prospect ot tne meeting lins developed Into n cortnlntr illustrates how complctoly tho International lolntlons ot Russia nro vnrlod from day to day to suit tho whims of tho Cznr. Ono woolc nco Alexander did not show thosllghtost intention ot calling upon tho Emperor boforo coins to Warsaw to hold Ids mysterious council ot war With Gon. Gourko and tho commandors ot trontlor fortlflcntloria. All tho plans for a krllllnnt rocoptlnn In l'otedam had been abandoned, and tho Emperor, angry and cha grlnod, had sottlod buck iu nn attitude ot suspicion and defiance. On last Sunday, howovor, tho Czar, for some tnsorutiblo reason, chanced his mind. Ho suddenly communlcntud to the Kmporor his wish for a mooting. Ho was unnblo tocomo to llorlln. ho paid, as his physicians had vrarnod him ngntnst railway travol, but ho would bo pleased" to meet tho Kmporor on shipboard at somo convenient point off tho coast. Tho excttso was received In ofllclal elrclos hero as llttlo loss flimsy than that ot the Emperor thnt ho would not bo to Copen hagen booauso thoro wan lack of room In tho royal ralaco. Tho Emperor took no pains to concoal his opinion of tho Czar's com munication, and ho ropllod curtly that previous engagements would rondor ltdllll cultforhlm to arrango any meeting during Juno. Informal negotiations followed, tho Czar temporarily swallowing his prldo and (till pressing for an lnton iow. To his advis ers, who urged htm to adopt a loss uncompro mising attltudo, William said that after tho Czar's long nnd Inexcusnblo dolay In return ing his visit In St. Petersburg, a moetlng out sldoof Ileilln or Potsdam wus out of tho quus tlon. ItwnBnot consonant with tho dignity ot a Gorman i-ovorelgn to nccopt a makeshift call such as tho Crar proposed, and rntherthan do bo. tho Emperor bald, ho would allow all courtesy betwoen tho courts to cease. Matters stood thus when tho news of tho bo trothal of tho Princess Mario of Edinburgh and Prlnco Ferdinand of Hohonzollern-Slg-inarlngen was brought to tho new palace. Count Caprlvl. Count llotho zu Eulonburg. nnd Prelherr Marschall von Woberstoln of tho Foreign Ofllco wero then for oneo lnncreo ment. They wero unanimous in urging tho I Kmporor to consont to tho proposed meeting, as otherwiso it would bo supposed that ho was opposed to tho match, which was, un doubtedly, grontlv to Germany's advantage. Tho Kmporor sleldod. nnd his consont was telegraphed to Copenhagen, with tho condi tion, however, that tho Czar would visit Berlin not lator than next September. Tho Czar gave the required nssurunce, nnd tho llnal ar rangements for tho interviow off Kiel wero made. Tho news of tho moetlng was a completo sutprleo to the mon who support tho Govern ment In the Itclchstag and Landtag. That tho Kmporor should accept such a makeshift couitosy was orltlclsod as undlgnillod and Im politic Tho feeling among high officials Is. howovor, that Germany has gained a point by having her Kmperor and tho Czar make a little demonstration counter to the Nnncy feto. and at the samo tlmo forcing upon the Cznr tho nocosnity of a state visit within tho noxtthreo months. The inspired newspaDers In Berlin. Vienna, and Homo emphasize dally the absence of all political significance from the Kiel meeting. Among diplomatists, however, tho feeling is that a relief of tho tonslon betwoen Germany and Russia muit result from the Interview. Personnl mlsundorstaiullngs. it Is thought, will bo romoved, and tho Car will bo brought to a point when he will ylold moro roadllyto the pressure of ltussinn financial circles for moro friendly rolntlons between tho omplros. The interview will be. at all events, diplo matists think, a check upon tho peril ously high spirits of tho Chnmlnsts behind the Nancy feto. On tho other hand the Emporor is in n supersensitive frame of mind, and unless truatod with exceptional considera tion by tho Czar is llkoly to rako up old quar rels, and glvo his visitor a tasto of Hohcnzol lern resentment. Tho Czar Is tho bluntest sovereign on a European throne, nnd has. moroovor. a doep-soatcd dislike of tho young Emporor. So, dosplto inspired propheclos. thoro is a largo elomont ot uncertainty and positive danger in tho intorvlow. Count Ca prlvl, with his optimistic views of interna tional affair. evidently fears nothing: other wise he would havo advised against tho meeting. Tho Emperor has assigned to a special sorvice of honor to the Cznr Count Waldorsoo, Cora mandor of Ninth Aitny Corps, and Gen. von Villautne. Military AttaclnS of tho German Embnssy In tit. Petersburg!!. Ho will be ac companied to Kiel by n full military suite and by Froihorr Marschall von Uieborsteln of tho l'oreign Ofllco. Tho rumors of a reconciliation 1 otween the Emperor and Bismarck will not down. Com mon friends are still laboring with tho old Chancellor to porsundo lilra to glvo up Ills newspaper light against tho throno nnd mako himself a;jrnoNa(rrafaut Potsdam. Allot tho Emporor' advisers, o.veopt Kulenburg. who cannot forget that Bismarck forced him from oflloo In 1H7K, nre In favor nf tho reconciliation and hao induced tho Emporor to tako a waiting attitude. I'.Itmnrrl:. howeor, romalns obdurate. He mvs 'li.it h will not mako nn advance uniil bo i-hnll havo recolveil nn apology from the J mporor for tho hitter's unjust triulm, nt r,f him. If tho Km poror should i..'r.,omlh n'-uio Bismarck of lilBdoblrofornroenn- hiition.ihnPrlnco would probably mohfyh's .len ..U. but in view of 1 Ismar-kV. M. u.t ,.tt.. .. , fiovemment hroiiBh tl.o.1 .,, .,,,, Ul0am. Lrnorr . a,lu.).un ,, !.,,. r r ,, ,)0t , ft pohltion to m..l mi. I, ,.,,,.,. , hl0u)l, Ulsinnrck consent to . ,,,, ,lU ,,.,,, fm. a months the re,.. ncillKtl,,,, nii,,It u llctfm. pllshod. nnd his fri, nd- n- dob K their best to persuade him to cut , ,-, llis friends. In tliowliolo.ut iir.1 uvvevei.th" ones. Uoti of lli,marcl.'s .et.uu t ilV!vt lils not been mentioned. '1 Im a- f,r a ie, , ncl'la Won Is meroly seniliuciital. An editorial waiuln' if Uir. Vh-mj jiPm. orotic M'wiriKrto Ji.iiiit u i.'utiuu t t0 United Slntus gives thn ,., ,,,, ',, , lM ft text foraleador mi Iho hhk Mii.jeit. 'j,0 Vuncaertr. flays tho A'ii"mi., naturally op. poses emigration, as with thu einlgtnnts who nro inostl) porsons dlsMitinflcd with their prospocts nt homo, departs the best material foriecrultiiigtho .Social Democratic patty ot malcontunts. Moreover, many a man who was onco a Hoclnllbt knows tcdny how to sing In his luxurious surroundings tho pralt.es of tho fortunes to bo obtained In tho now world. There wus a tlmo, adds tho Kallmtrlie, when eu-n r'oolnl Homocratlu celobrltlos, despairing of the H)oedyro,ill7atliin of i lielr political Ideals In Europe, went lo tho land of democracy, liberty, and supposed economic prosperity for tho purpubo of turning their hopes Into facts. Most of these ursons iuivo reglettod tliolnic tloi bitteily. Eortho buueilt of those inhufll cluiitly waincd nt to Iho conoiiuc coudltlon in tho I'lilted Mates, the Kolliitxlie, iu com mon with other papers, oor lea from tho Vuer vnrli thlB rxtruot from ft letter written by the secretary of one of tho lict orguuized trades unions In tho United (States: "Warn your countrymen ngalnst coming hero. 'J hey will find only misery and need, worse jjorhuis than at homo. Without special good fortune It Is Impossible to find In this country subsistence worthy ot a human being." "This," continues tho JTo!mlcft Zeituna. "Is nn opinion which tho Voncatrts must consider a classlo witness, as to tho conditions In a oountry which not only glvos worklngmen ab soluto freodom to agitato tor their own mate rial bottormont, but Is also completely oxompt from militarism, which, tho Socialists in Kuropo attompt to prove. Is tho sourco ot all ovIL" It In reported that tho Frankfort polloe havo found part ot the monoy embezzled br Cashier Jnegor from tho llothschllds. At noon on Thursday they boenmo suspicious of Jaeger's cousin GorlofT. who has been Irrogular at busi ness stneo Jaoger's flight, and apparently was preparing to lonvo tho city. Thoy forood an entrnnco to GorlofTshouso. but found nothing. GorlofTs grandmother, who was prosont dur ing tho search, was greatly agitated by tho prosenco ot tho pollco nnd twice tried to lonvo tho house for homo. Thoroupon Pollco Com missioner Moyor ordered tho dotoctlvo to pro ceed to her homo In tho Flchard Btrasso. Thoro tho oftleors found betwoen bod clothes many thousand mark notes, most ot thorn badly mutilated. In tho cellar tlireo small stacks of thousand mnrk notos woro dis covered. Mothor nnd daughter wero arrostod, and tho homo was plaood under tho super vision of a policeman, who on Friday con tinued tho search. From tho daughter's muslo portfolio thoy trot 31.000 mark notos, and smallor sums of monoy woro found tuokod away in lmprobablo plncos. Tho total sum recovorod In tho houso amounts to nbout 100,000 mnrks. Allot Jnogor's relatives aro now carofu!ly watched.nnd will not bo allowed to lcavo tho city, as the pollco suspect that much of tho monoy still unacoountod for Is In tholr possession. It is now believed thatJao gor stolo for tho benefit of his wholo family, and lntendod. when tho Btorm should havo blown over, to moot thorn In America and pns9 tho rest of his lifo with them In luxury. Old Froderlck Iiolohenborn. who died In Charlottonburfr throo days ago, has como Into posthumous notorloty on account of his pho nomcnnl buccoss as a miser. Ilohad lived In ono room In tho meanest part of Charlottcn borg for many years. Ho always kept his win dows closed with heavy woodon shutters and his door doubly barrod. no went out begging betwoen daybreak and 10 o'clock every picas ant morning, and. In consequence ot his pitta blu nppearanco and pleasant manners, usually came homo full handed. Ho ato scantily, and slnco his first nppearanco in Charlottcnburg had had no clothes. Ho lived In lndcscrlbablo filth. Ilia surviving relatives, who live In Ber lin, lost sight of him thirty yenrs ago, after re fusing to help him In Ills apparent distress. A poor family on tho top floor of tho tonomant houso in which ho lived had nursed him sev eral times when ho was 111, and had given him food when ho soemed to bo starving. Alter his death his room was searched. In the mattress on which ho died woro found 40.000 markB In bank notes. In a pair of old boots woro 50.000 moro. A roll containing 100,000 marks was taken from tho stove In which ho had nover llghtod a fire, and 150.000 woro found nailed between boards on tho floor of his closet. The old man's will was given by him to a clergy man shortly before his death. It left every thing to the poor family on tho top floor. Ills family havo given notlco that thoy will con test it DIedrlch Vollors. a war votoran nnd a pros porous peasant farmer, celobratod his ono hundredth birthday at tho homo of his son-in-law on tho outskirts of Bremen on Wednos day. Emperor William sent him a gold modal, and tho Bremen Sonato honored him as tho oldost citizen with engrossod congratulations nnd several bottles of wlno from tho famous Bremon cellars. A band played at daybreak under the window " Lobo don Herrn." Those honors were too much for the son-in-law. who died of heart diseaso while tho band was plaing. Vollors has had a remarkable lite, lie was captured by tho French n 1812. and was forced to servo on a French war ship. Ho was caught asleep at his post, was bound naked to tho mast In freezing weather, and then was flogged. Ho has sontall his children and grand-children to evory war In which Germany has boon Involved slnco they became old enough to fight. In consequence, of tho emigration ot Social Domocrats to tho United States tho popula tion of Crefeld. a great manufacturing city, has decreased in tho last ten years from 1B7. 180 to 187.002. Th: Colonial Ofllco has received news of tho death ot JJr. Kuoster, geographer and ex plorer. In Akroso. Dr. Eucstor's death waB causod by overwork and tho debilitating ef fects of tho climate. Civil Judgo Flcnhagen and a corp student named Andor fought a duel with pistols noar Kiel on Thursday. Flenhogcn rccelvod u bul let in the abdomon at tho first oxchango. and died a fow hours later. Andor has Hod to Norway. A hurricane and terrific rainstorm havo de vastated tho BaVarlan Palatinate. From Mann holm to Kalscrlautorn and down to Itustatt crops havo been ruined, lowlands flooded, and bheds and stalls wrockod. Tho bridges on tho river from Klelnkarlbach to Lelnlngon havo been swept away. In the valloy at Lelnlngon agroatlakocovorstho fields. Noar Noumagon. on tho Mosol. thousands of cattlo havo been drowned. The suffering among tho peasants will be oxtreme, and In the larger cities ot western Gormany funds havo already boon collected for tholr rollof. Emma Boer, adomostio servant In this city, wished to tako last Wednesday off. Whon her mistress told tier she must remain at homo and care for the children tho girl pro ceeded to poison tho son ot 7 years and tho daughter of 4 years with cocaine, and thon inado a similar attompt upon the Uvea of tho puronts. Tho lattor attempt was discovered in time and was frustrated. Tho children died, and tho girl Is awaiting trial on two charges ot murder. At Adlorshof the cavalry are patrolling tho royal domains night and day In tho endeavor to catch tho men who nro getting fires In tho royal forosts, Tho incendiaries aro supposod to bo crack-brained Anarchists or Social Dom ocrats who think this Is a safo way of Injur ing tlio Crown. Tho first concert of tho Maonnorcho of tho Now York Arlon Soeloty will bo gfven at the Philharmonic In this city on July 11. Half of the seats in tho houso are already sold. Tho Vostecttr Zeituny announces that the Kmporor wlslios to build a prlrnto railway from tho now palaco In Potsdam to Berlin, so that ho mny travel without exciting the ntton tion or comment of tho pooplo. Tho ralhvAy would also be used for carrying court parties to and from balls in tho Potsdam palace. Tho rallwuy, nccordlng to tho Emperor's plans, will bo built through either tho SansSoucI or Charlottcn Plk. and directly to tho terrace of tho now palace. To obvlato tho most dlsa grooablo featuroB tho locomotives will bo run by oltotrlo power. Tho announcement of this oxtrnvagant plan has oxclted much advorso cornmont Considering tho prosont financial straits Into which tho Emperor's exclusivo tntteshnvo brought him, most porsons think that ho should bo content to travol as did his fathor and grandfather, especially aftor hav ing squandered a fortune on the most luxuri ous spoclol train In tho possession of European sovereigns. The Duchess of Edinburgh and her two dnughtors started ycstoiday for Cofcurg. where thoy will pass somo time in Castlo liosomau. Tho Emperor, Empross, and nu merous princes and officers of the guards no cimipanied them to tho station, Tho Princess Mario and her mothor nro congratulated ever j whom upon tho betrothal of the Princess lo the Crown Prlnco of Boumunla. Tho mar Hage. ItlHbellevod, will havo somo Influence toward Improving the relations of the houses of Hohonzollorn and Ilomanoff. nnd is suro to strengthen the cause of the Triple Allinnco In tho Balkans. In Kojotoin. In Moravia, the old lie concern ing ritual murders has been revived as an ex cuse for a fresh attaok upon the Jow. Moies l'uchs, a boy, and Barbara Ml-crai a vouug Blri, disappeared, and a domeatlo servant started the usual report that they had been sacrlflced In Jowtsh rites. Thoro was nothing to Indlcato tho truth or cvon tho probability of tho charge, but tho pooplo of tho town at once raised tho familiar outcry and began to loot shops. Tho Jewish famlllos barricaded their doors and covorcd tholr windows whllo mobs paradod thn strcots and throw stioks nnd stones at ovory Jow they mot Windows woro smashed throughout tho Jowlsh quarter, doors woro forcod nnd much proporty was stolon or dostroyod. Tho polico ohnreod tho mobs with out success. Tho fire brlgado turned on the hose aftor ovorythlng olso had failed, nnd wot down tho crowd until thoy dispersed. In tho ovonlng tho pollco found tba body ot tho Minora girl In tho rlvor. In hor' pocket was a lcttor which showed that shocommlttod sul cldo bocuuse sho had been botrnyod. Tho antl'Somltlo agitators still contend that Fuchs wan murdered by Jews, and moro trouble Is f oared. HorrOstormoyor, who represented Hanover In the Horrcnhnus botweon 1882 and 1801, died on Thursday. BUItE 1IEAD AFTEIt A BnASTPOO. A Bnlt Again! a Philadelphia TJarber for fMI,40O D-na-ii. Fnn.ADici.pntA, June. .5. The shampooing mixture of a Philadelphia barbor will soon fig ure In a suit Instituted by Jncob It. Maxwall against Itlahnrd Btndor. who owns harboring ostabllshmonts on Thlrtoonth strout, abovo Chestnut. 'and elsowheio throughout tho city. Maxwell alleges that his bead was poisonod whllo being shnmpoood by ono of Mr. Binder's omploynos. Kendall 11. Stockloy. ns counsel for Maxwell, on Friday took Initial proceed ings In Common Pleas Court, No. 1. Ho claims that hlscllontwas shaved and shnmpoood In Binder's Thlrtoonth street shop on April 4. Soon nftorward Maxwell loft tho city for Iloch ostor. intending to mako a business tour through Canada. Whllo at Rochester his head began to swoll, nnd in a fow days wns larger than a big watormolon. Erysipelas sot In. and tho doctor announced that Maxwell auffored from blood poisoning occasioned by somo sub Btanco used In tho shampoo iu Philadelphia. Tho statement dwells upon tho pain en dured by Mr. Maxwell, ind declares that ho remained bIx weeks slek In Hochoster. Ills wlfo and family worn summoned to his bed side, and for somo tlmo it was thought that his Illness would torminntn fatally. He Is now almost recoered. but ho has lost hoavlly by his Inability to carry out his business engngo monts in ( nnailn. Tho amount of damages has not yet been fixod, but Messrs. Mnxwoll and Stockloy say that thoy will oxceed S:i.40(). Last evening Mr. Blndor was lntervlowod on tho suit. Ho said: " Mr. Maxwell. If ho pur sues his enso to tho bitter end. will dlscoer that he's not n leg to stand on. Nono of o.ur men recollect shaving or shampooing any such person, so 1 visited his lawyer to mako In quiries into the matter. Kendal Stockloy. Sr., admitted that when Maxwell camo to bo shaved his head was sore. In spite of this ho asked for a shampoo. That was a very reck less thing to do, nnd Mr. Mowvoll Is tho only onoto blnmo fortho consoqueneos. In sham pooing we urn a mixture, tho materials of which nro a secrot but which 1 can pronounco to bo absolutely without poison. If tho enso evereomos ton head this mlxturo will bo pro duced for official analysis. It was many days after that boforo he left Philadelphia, ami I think wo will bo nblo to provo that It was weoks before blood poisoning set in." rilOBAllLT DUOtrXED. Thonaa Ilnnrnhan Kren lo Slip from the ISotlom or Ills Vpltirned Boat, Bkhqen Point, Juno 5. Thomas Hanrahan of 10 Sllvor Btroet, Bayonne. nn old nnd woll known resident of tho Bergen Point part of tho city, went fishing on Newark Bay lato on Saturday afternoon. Whllo ho was sailing along near tho bono factory, on tho west shoro ot the bay. his craft was capsized by n squall. Employees of tho bono fnctory snw nanrnhan got astride of his capsized craft, but they wero unnblo to do anything toward rescuing him, as thoy had no boat Thoro was no other craft In tho vicinity at tho tlmo. and Hanrnhnn floated about tho bay upon tho oerturned boat for lully n quarter of an hour. Thon tho wntchors nt tho factory saw hlra slip nil the boat Ho did not reappear, and a search along shore showed that ho had not effected a landint-'. although tho water wns not cry deep. Hnnrnhan's frlonds were noti llod. but until last evening thoy had hopes that ho hud eseapod, as ho was nn expert waterman. They now bellove that ho wns ox . Iiausled by his titrugcles to right tho capsized craft and was drowned. Ho was nbout 5ll years old. Ho leaves a daughter. His wife anil a son died recently. Two of his brothers woro drowned bovernl years ago. ITALIANS SlUlt AX ITALIAN. Ue Dad Anetred Them by TeatlCrlnn; for the htnte Agalnat 1114 Aunt. EuzAriETit. Juno 5. Goorgo Novalla. a spe cial offlcor hero, was mobbed to-nlyht In Po torstown. a suburb of this city, by a lot of enragod Italians, nnd barely oscnpod with his lifo. Ho was pounded with clubs, slashed In the hand with a knlfo, and knocked down nnd kicked on tho fncoand body by his assailants. His crios brought policemen to his aid and tho Italians Mod. Two of tho gang. Nebro rnrmorl and Tony Bovlno. woro nftorward arrostod by Detecthes McGrall and Decker. Officer Novalla has in curred tho enmity of his countrymen by ap pearing forthobbito In tho trial, some months ago. of his aunt. Annlo Corvo. for murder. Tho womnn oscaped conviction. Her friends havo sworn vengeance ngninsthernophow. nnd they say thoy will yet put him out of tho way. Thoy camo very near doing It this eening. (Saved Her I.lle, hut J.ot III Own. Bhrtora Point, June 5. Knto on Saturday ovenlng while trains woro approaching on both tho castbound and westbound main tracks ottlio Central ltailroad of Now Jorsoy, two Hungarian women from Constable Hook attempted to cross tho East Twenty-first street crossing In Bayonno instead of passing over tho bridge erected abovo tho tracks. Tho lower ing ot tho crossing gates, and tho porll in which thoy found thomsolves, bewildered the womon. nnd they ran frantically back nnd forth across tho tracks. Ono of tho women managed to oscnpn beneath tho gates. Thn other finally stood spellbound on tho westbound truck nnd tho locomotive of tho approaching express was almost upon her, when Frank Miller, ono of tho ilngmen ora plnycd at tho crossing dashed to her rescue. Miller hustlly pushed tho woman off the track and thon sought to leap safely aside. Beforo ho was able to clear the track tho loeomotlvo struck him and bo wus hurled usldo fatally In jured. Ho was romoved by tho pollcotothoBnyonno City Hospital, whoro ho died nt about mid night Ids prlncipnl Injuries lining a broken splno and a fractured skull. Miller wns n Pole, t'J'.i years old, and unmnrrlcd. Ho lived on East Twenty-first street, Bayonne. To Remove Xla Protection l'rnfeaaor, Pnn.APEj,rniA, Juno C At an unusually Inrgo meeting of tho Board of Trustoos of tho Uulvcrltyof Pennsylvania on Friday the fol lowing resolution was adopted by a voto of 18 to 3, tho nogatlvo votors bolng Waltor Goorgo Smith. Dr. Arthur Y. Meigs, and Wharton Bnrkor: " Itesnlrcd, Tliat In view of tho report of tho joint Commlttoo of Arts. Scionco. nnd Wuys nndMcnns.it Is essential to tho Interests of the college department that Prof, ltobort Ellis Thompson should no longer retain tho Judgo WoIbIi chair of History and English Litera ture, nnd that notice is hereby given that at a special meeting of tho ISoiud, to bo held on Juno 14, It Is lntonded to remove 1'rof. Thomp son from thn Judgo Welsh Professorship of History nnd English Elteratuie, ami tlio Sou rotary Is directed to notify tho members of tho Board of such intentions. A JUnrderer Cansht After a Tear. Denveii. June C, Carl Nollson, a oonfossod murderor, has boon arrestod at Price, Utah. The crime for which Nollson now awaits pun ishment was committed a year ago. Bonjamln Buchanan was nn ngod ranchman living near Prlco. who. from his shrewdnoss in business and his miserly habits, was reported to keep a largo amount of monoy hidden In his cabin. Thoso roporta inspired Nollson and another man not known to murdnr tho old man In thn hojio of getting his wealth. Buchanan's body was found horribly mutilated In a hnlo somo dlstanco from his cabin. In tlio samo holo woro tho bodies of the old mnn's three dogs. It is oulto probable that Nollsou will bo lynched. Drotvnrd la rintumlnic Tank, NrwArat. Juno G. Elghtoon-yoar-old Albert Wagner of 358 Bergen streot, Newark, was drowned In Lothatr's swimming tank, on tho bank of the PaBsalo Bivor, yesterday after noon. He made no outcry, and was missing ten minutes brfore his absence beenmo known. . Heart dliuuso is believed to have ttrlckon him. AGAINST THE DREIBUND. TUB FJCTR AT KASCT CAV3X3 ALARM ACItOSS TUB ItUIXE. And.Oerman Feeling nt Fever Hent-Tha Flaf of France mil Itnatln Flnnt Side by Bide Jnnc-Ciech Attend Agnlnit the Kxprta Command of the Auntrlnn Got ernment fnrnot Greeted llenrltly. Famk. June B. Prosldent Cnrnot nnd party left this city early this morning fortho Nancy Feto. At Chalons and other towns thoro woro constant cheors for tho Presldont nnd tho Iiusslanally. Thn President passod nn hour In Chalons. If thoro has boon any doubt as to tho slgnlllcnnco of tho Nnncy Feto It wns ro moved by tho nppearanco of tho city when tho Presidential party arrlvod at 4:55 o'clock. Tho Itusslan flng wns overywhore, floating from housotops, cntwlnod with tho French flag ovor entrnncos to housos nnd city build ings, nnd strotchod In Inspiring fulnoss across tho srehos which adorn tho streets. Dosplto torronts of rnln, tho wholo cltv, with Its thous ands of visitors, turnod out to recoho the President Tho crowds packed tho sidewalks and roads so thnt tho President's carriage, proceded by military and pollco, could move only slowly. Military bands at various points along the routo plnycd French ond Itusslan id rs, anil thn crowdH shouted wildly: "Kong llvo ltussla." Long live Franco." "Longllvo Cnrnot." "Long llvp tho Cznr." All reports from Nancy show that the ontl Oennan fooling has beon wrought up lo tho fover point So far ns known no societies from tho nnnoxod provinces aro present ns bodies, but tho dangerous disposition of tho pooplo tins found nn outlet In the reception of tlio Jung-Czoch Society Hokol. whtoh. do-plto tho warnings of thu.Aiihtrlnn Government, lint np- fioaredattho fote, eighty strong, under tho ondorxhlp "'o Jung-Czechs, Lang nnd Podllnuv. Tho Austrian Government, ns soon as it realized that tlio Nancy demonstration would bo dlroctod against tho Trlplo Allinnco. forbado Iho Jung-Czech societies to accept officially thlslnvltntion. It was though tthat tlio Sokollsts had heeded the order, nnd prob ably they did lonvo homo with tho Intention of not appearing as an organization nt tho feto. They havo been swept nway. however, by tho thin of hatred to Germany and Austria nnd havo already taken n position which justifies tho worst fenrs of those who nro watching anxiously on both sides of tho Vosges. They woro received with open arms as thoy alighted from tlio trnln and heard with enthu siasm an Infinmatory speech from tlio Boulnn gist deputy. Lucleri Mlllovoye. In llis porniii tlon. Deputy Mlllovoye reminded tho Jung Czechs that "their Intrepid struggle tn recog nize their nntlonnl rights ftom Austria had been watched with sympathy by their French, brothers," and nxhortod I hem to "light on un til they bad thrown oft thu yoko that thoy hated." These lemarks wero cheered to tho echo by tho Jung-Czech. As Austrian and German detectives swarm In tho Nancy crowds, there is no doubt that tho whole lncldont will be rejiortod In detail at tho Austria and German Foreign Olllces with in twenty-four hours. Many men nro pres ent from tho nnnexed provinces, but ns jot thoy havo behaved discreetly. Thu course of ovonts Is wntchod with foiirish Interest by politicians nnd diplomatists in this city. Tho Infctlnctlxoly pro-Itiis-Inn nnd anti-German character of tho receptions or thn President, ns well as tho lurid oratory of Mlllevojn, havo aroused groat apprehensions, and tho deel opments of to-morrow und Tuosday are awalt od with keen suspense. President Carnotwnsdlnnd nttho Prefecture this evening. After dinner ho reviewed a mag nificent torchlight procession and thon wont to tho theatre, whole ho wns cheered for fully ton minutes by tho students. Subsequently, nt tho Milltnry Club, he replied to a toast pro posed hy Gen. Jnmunt lie was non-committal in his remarks, devoting himself to tho pralso of tho Elovonth Army Corps. ItOUXDISQ VI' GEOllQE OOVLD. Colorado tVanln to Kellle with Him for III Appropriation of Jllc Uiime. Dexxkk. June 5. Gcorgo Gould nnd somo of his sorvnnts. who havo been rounding up gnmo In northwestern Colorado nnd pending ship ments of livo deer nnd elk oil to Now York, nro to bo thomsolves rounded up by Gnmo Warden Land. A carload of fifteen elk left Pueblo oor tho Missouri Pacific Inst week consigned to Gould's park nt Irlngton-on-the-IIudoon. nnd Information hns been recolved of another bunch of ten elk and five deer, which are being brought out to the Ilio Grnmlo ltail road from Steamboat Springs by hunters. Thoy aro supposod to bo for Gould nlf-o. and tho gamn wardens of this section hao boon instructed to bn on tho lookout for tho party and an est the whole outfit on sight. The shipment will probably bo made nt either Wnlcott or Gypsum, on thn r.iilinad. although, if tho hunters got wind of the ullalr. thoy may turn north ana bend for Dickson, a shipping station on thn L'niun Pacific llmln nil in Wyoming, just n milo over tho Colorado btnte line. The game wardens nro also quietly moving nround in tho effort to find eleven elk. which they havo good reason to stipposo urn being hold Iu a cloan herd or corral in tho hills near Scdalia. In Jefferson county. They nre believed to bo animals roped last fall for a .Now York eapi'allst named I'hapin, to bo held awaiting his orders. Gamn Wnrden Land. It Is understood, will eauso tlio arrest of Mr. Gould, und have him lined for violating tho game laws of Colorado. IWMO JfK.V 7.Y CLOriilU Ther feivlndle Jtlclit nnd Iff, and One WrdK a Wealthy IVldoiv. Los Ant.fi r.s, Cal.. Juno 5. It has boon just dlscovored hero that two notorious bunco mon, W. W. Tailor nnd Henry lialloy havo swindled many people horo. and Bailey mar ried a widow wortli $100,000. Taylor Is well known In Cincinnati nnd Chicago, whoro his exploits am a matter of pollco record. The two ato now In Denver. Thoy ciiinn to l,os Angelos last November, spent inunov lavishly, and Bailey, nlded by Taylor, succeeded in wedding Mrs. Agnes Palgo. Taylor lleecod a touri't out of j.4,000, and won hinallot' umnunbs fiom many men nbout town. When Taylor was arrested ho tried to ralso money on his wife's properly, but it was so fixed that he couldn't do so. Tho twoadnnturors then Improved tho first op portunity to fl.lp out for Denver. Columbia' llnrciil'iiireatn Sermon. Tho Itov. Dr. Marvin R. Vlncont preached tho Baccalaureate sermon beforo tho graduating classosof Columbia Collogo In tho Colloglnto Dutch Church. Fifth avonuo and Forty-eighth Btreot. Inst night. In tho courso of his ser mon Dr.Vinecntsntd: "Tho greatest danger to ninny youths is their father's wealth. There. moalof thn necessity of worklnglorn living KisultHln their nut working at ail, fotgettiug that they and their wnnlth do not belong to themselves, hut to society." Klsewliero he said, si oaklngof one's duly to rovuiil a truth hn hasdiscoMjred: " Very often society will not relish n man's delivering his message. Smaioiulas deliverance cnitaluly wns not welcomed; Certain modern tlilnknis. too. have not found thn Church over grateful for tholr speaking out." KtEbtr-nlne JUxclne Arret. TUe excite arrentn jcterdy numbered elutitynlne, lliOlml ninety three on tlie pretioui Suuduy. The record of nrreit tj preeincte U Aerollnni: 1'rtnnrU jlnrt 'Vrrtnrf. Arrta lVWiut Arml- l alia l is 2... H on a a o :r, 427 a n i 17 u:i o i i" i an 7 a i' r. ai u jo ' -V 4','U a li . '!,- aur, i vi a rut . .. . j;3it ... o lie Trlped unil Hnnjiped mid VVu Killed. Apretl llllloljlark mi wMtefoi terrier trotted up Hftti Menue from MnidilnKton e.juare yeeterdny morn Inz, Tlielieatlieloildetitljr affected tho do.-, fur III tonmie wa linnslni; from hie moutli nnd he u ro. rred Mltll froth. Ine ttreul Uiu lull or prdektrlane, noma them lnnnv women At Tneirth etroet tho do te iii run around In n circle, jelpimr met timcrlm.'. Policeman Delauey rail uu and OteJ itru ihote .it the do, MIIII1K IUUK Sold III I.uck nnd Got Drunk, Darld O'Keefe, dwarf and hunchback, cam down from Iho Island on Saturday, and tot drunlt on Ilia money whloh the (.porta on tlio way lo tho wti hiinrorperiulMlon tiiriiDhUliiiinpfnrluck. )la lm.1 cto"1 eretind lilui In .lame treei when a nollo-urna urrested hliu Justice McMabon. nt iho Totalis Court, yesterday scut liliu baik to the liltuil for u mouth, Hnluted 111 Wile im Queen, Henry Jacob of SHU llroouie street told Ills wlfo ye terday mornloif that she was Queen of franco. Urs. Jacob did nottiellct It. and Intlted Mr. Jacob tn talo a to.ll: with her. She walked him lo ilelletun Hospital, where be was held for examination as to his saulty, The True IaxatlTe I'rlaclpls Of the plants used in manufacturing the pleasant rem edy. Syrup of Kits, has a permanently beneficial effect ontbehainan system, while the chsap vegetable ex tracts and mineral solutions, usually aoid as medicines, are permanently Injurious. Mslny wail informed, ynn win use the true remedy only. Manufactured by the Calif emia fif 8) f up Co.-jUe, ' 1, said to nn oyn of o'jwiim'a qako. Themis Devlne Chnrared With Aaannltl: ss Ilrother Confldenee Mien. Thomai Dovlno. a wcll-drossod shnrp-fca-turod man ot 40 yenrs. who says ho lives In riillndolpltla, was arralenod In tho Yorkvlllo I'ollco Court yosterdny on suspicion of having assaulted a ninn named TlbbeU In Forty-sixth streot, near Hlxth avonuo, on tho morning of May 20. Cnpt Davory of tho West Forty seventh streot pollco station nnd Dotcctlvo Kcnr. who arrostod Dovlno on Saturday night, laid thoy know but llttlo about tho case. Dovlno and Tlbbots nro said to bo Philadel phia bunco men, nnd to belong to Tom O'Drlen's crowd. Dovlno Is snld to havn boon living with Annlo (Irny. who wan (.upposed to be tho woman who holped O'llrlon to eeape at 1'tlen. C.tpt. Dovory wns told that Dovlno and Tlbbots had hntl n light outside Annlo Oray's house, HfJ West Forty-sixth stroet, which has been raided slnco. The Cnntnln's lufortnnnt said that Tlbbots had a bad wound on tho right temple, nnd that Tlbbetn said Dolno had struck him with brass TitmeUes. Tho Captain could not lenrn where Illinois wns, nnd thinks ho Is in hiding, uot wishing to ap pear against a fellow crook. Delno told .hiftlce Itynn thnt hnwasa book maker at OloticosU'r, and denlod that ho had committed tho nBfault. Hall was fixed at $".!.fO0 (an unusual amount for nssault), and Annlo Orny appeared to glvo bonds Justice ltyan snld no would not accept a woman, and Dovlno wus committed for examination to-day. XUE IWMAXlTAtllAX. Thin I tbe Title or n New .Mnanrne tn lie IMItrd by Victories Woudlilill-Murlln. Mrs. Victoria Claflln-Woodhull.xrnrtln Is hard nt work on tho first number ot hor now mngnzlno. Tlio Suniamrurinn, which Is to bo issued next Thursday. Mrs. Martin Is to bo tho editor, nnd her husband, John Illdditlph Martin, and hor daughter, Zuba.Maud Wood hull, nro to bo tissooiato odltots. Tho publica tion ofllco Is nt 10 Vcsey stroet whoro C0.000 copies of tho first Issuo nro to bo struck off. Thn editorial sanctums am nt Mrs. Martln'n residence. 1-t'J Vnt Seventieth street and nt 17 Ilydo I'.irk Onto. London. After tho llrst Isstin the magiulno will hn brought out slmtiltnneoiisly In this eltv nnd London. Mrs. Martin and hor husband will sail tor Unglnnd on "Saturday to start tho London end of tho enterprise " Ai Klocrncy of Hloid." nnd "llumanltarlnn Government from Mrs. Muilln's pon, will nppeui- In the first Issue. " Humanitarian Government" embodies tho platform upon which sho will tun for tlio 1'resldenny. Mm asserts that our United States Constitution Is behind tho tlinos. and ought to Im reW'od. Mrs. .Martin will return to this country In Sertetulur nnd lecture. Tho Convention thnt will tuimlnnto her to tho riesiduncy will bo hold in Chicago in October. SHOT IIIS ACXT XUICK Michael Olnrdlnno Could not near the Hn. initiation or llclnig llunned. irichnel Glordlano ot 1U3 Steuben street Jersey City, wont to Itnly about two months ago to visit his relntlvos. Iloforo lo.-ningho borrowed Sll) from Mrs. Mario Finnelll, his nunt who lives lu tho Italian quarter at!8 ltailroad avenue. Glordlano roturned n few days ngo. und went to visit his aunt yosterdny afternoon. As ho showed no disposition to re turn the money. .Mrs. rinnolllnsked him for It Gloidiano's blooil wns roused by tlio request nnd di awing a revolver, ho Urnd two snots at hlsaunt. Uno bullet struck hor lu tho cheolc uml thn other in tho loft wrist. Noithor wound Is dangerous. Glordlano fled, and was found by a policeman hidden under his bed nt 11KI ritotibon street. Mih. Finnelll was taken to tho hospital, where her wounds were dressed. Shu insisted on going home and was permitted to go. Tho sloblier Arrested, the Victim Kficnpe. Throo men who woro qunrrolllng in a door way in South Washington square nt.'t o'clock yesterday morning nttraclod tho attention of Policemen McConnell nnd Connor. Ono of tho men was knocked down, nnd tho other two ran nwny. Follcemnn Connorchased tho two mon. nnd McConnell went to thonsslstancoof tho man who had been assaulted. This man suid that his nnmn was Kraus. nnd bo accused the otheia. whoe names aro ltobort Shortoll and Michael Miniidan. of robbing him of $110. Whllo McConnell was listening to this story ho heard Connor tapping for assistance in Third street. Miortoll and Sheridan had turned on him. and he had more light than he could han dle. Conner and McConnell clubbed both of them liberallv beforo thoy could arrest them, and thnn round thnt Kraus li.ul disappeared. Tho i olicemi it found fl4U In Shortoll's pocket. Doth prisoni'ts worn taken to tho JnlTorson .Market Police Court esterd.ty. and held for examination. Tho pollco ato tijlng to find Kraus lo establish uchurgo of highway robbery. Actor Wulltcr Ilrcuku III Leg. Mountjoy Wnlkor. nn nctor. who had boon ongngod for Hie summer production of opera nttho Xovelty Thoatre. In Wllllntnsburgh. fell from tho third story window of his boarding house, Hill Driggs avenue. Williumsburgh, early yesterday morning nnd broko his right leg. Ho had returned homo at midnight and sat down by tlio fiont window' to onjoy tho breeo. Ho had been sulferlngfrom Insomnia, but hn tell asloop. nnd in falling out of tho window ho struck n "huttor on tho parlor lloor, which broko ills fall, otherwise ho might have beon killed. Ho wus remoed to tho Eastern District Hospital. fSsientlnc Shops In Peril. Dolegatos Wltkowsky, Illlssert Qrossor, nnd Howell woro appointed yesterday as a com mlttoo hy tho Central Labor Union to attend a mooting of tho Antl-tjweatlug Union In tlio Labor Lyceum, 25 Last Fourth street, next Wednesday. This organization bus boen formed to eountoract tho efforts of a number ofsweatets who nre preparing to contest the Itocteh anti-sweating law as unconstitutional. An enforcement of Its provisions will mako tenement factories an Impossibility. Assistant Factory Itisi.oetor John I'rnney will begin to enforce tho law some time this week. Fntnl Hunntroke nt Gultentiurg. The old man who was brought In n cnb from Gitttenburg to St. Mary's Hospital. Hobokon, nnd left thoro without any explanation from tho cnb driver, died ycstoiday. Tho body was removod to Crane's Morguo to await Idontlll eatlon. Tho man died of brain trouble result ing from sunstroke. Tho only eluo to his Identity Is u memorandum bonk on which Is tlienumn William Kenud. :lia West Fortloth street. Now lork. The body has not beeu claimed. In ISrmorse Krcaime He Had Stolen. Mnurlco Hoffman, 18 years old, of 4D." East Seventy-ninth streot walked into LUIott'a restaurant at 1K5 1'owery H'storday morning and ordered n cup of coffee. When tho waltor hiought It to him Hoffman dropped somo Paris green In thu cup ami drunk tho couVo. In liotixornour Hospital ho said that hn had obtained S7 from his undo through false pio toiicus uiui thnt remorso hud caused him to tuko thu pulsion. llis coudltlon is serious. The Grnnlte Trndr (strike. Tlio representatives of tho grnnlto trades who aro on strlko. roportcd yesterday that they woro going 'to slay out until thoy won, no mntterhow long thn strlko might Inst Wil liam McN'nlr of 1). A. -tit. K. of L.. roportcd to District Aesemblv 'J'JOof litooUyn vesterduy that ContiaetorMcIvor was using blacklisted granite at Corona, L. I, Tho nssombly nt n, Hireling resolved to begin opeiatlons against Contiaetor Mclvnr by preventing juoii from working lor him iulJrooMu. The ConlinlMHliin to Irelnnil, Tlio Municipal Council of tho Irish National Loaguo met nt Odd Follows Hall, Second stroet nnd tho llowery, yesterday nftornoon uml do odled to hold a publlomeetlngin Cooper Union on Juno 'JO. ns a send-off to tho Commission thnt tho Irish National Leaguo Kxeoutlvn Is to send to Ireland. Tho Commission, tho nanien of tho members of which havo not yet boeu mndo publlo, will eall for Ireland on the JM inu. Tried to Horn as ejatlvatlon Army Barrack. ri.usnrNO. June 5. An attompt wns made last night to burn tho chapel of tho old Re form Church, now occupied by the Salvation Army, A pllo of shin lugs was placed tindor n i ear window and Ignited. This setflroto tho building. Tlio Homes were dlscovored in time to prevent norlous injiity, Tlio Sajvn tlon Army was rottou eggod at tho Friday night meeting. Ml Furey'a JLep; Ilroken. Kkytoht. June 5. Mr. Harvey Btlllwagon of Clifford was driving with Miss Llzzlo Furey this afternoon when the horse ran away In Front street The buggy wns overturned and both occupants thrown tn the ground. Miss Furey'e leg wns broken In threo place). Still wagon escaped without fc scratch. " RESPECTABLE SALOONS." opinions of oTiiEit pnEAcnnns ox nit. itAixsromys sciiemk All of Them Choer, the Hnme Tet-Onn AI. Illde to Ilr. Rnlnsfttrd ns ss Jtr. .flldnn lacnrlot Another Hny He linn Thrown III Iltble to the Wtndn-Thr Only Mini, terlnl Voice litest tn Tnent.v Yeui Hn lleen Ruined In llelnilf of the Snlnon. The Ilov. Dr. Itnlnsford's "rnspo'tablo saloon" occupied tho uttenti. in ot many otitis brother clcrgymon yeslerdiy. The tonus of their disapprobation vnrlod from mild robuko to -vehement denunciation. Allot Ihu preach ers chose tho sntno text, Ilnbakl.uk, II. lo: "Woo unto him that glveth his neighbor drink." Somo ol tho things tnld wero as follows: Tho Ilev. Dr. David Jnmos 'lurroll. nt tho MnrbloColloglate Church, Twenty-ninth street and Tilth avenue, said: "1 havo heard of but ono man In n ministry of twonty jearswho raised his mtulstetlal olco In behalf ottho saloon und 1 thank God thnt there has not bcnn ono responsive ocho to that volco from tho ministry. The snloon Is nn Institution so far toward hell that thoro Is no uso ot trying to whltownsh It "Tho American worklngntnn Is Iho bcstnrtl ftnn on eattli. Them Is no such thing ns find ing his peer In nny othor iiattin. I nm speak ing ot tho worklngman who does not frequent snloons. Tho worklngman who does frequent saloons. It Is estimated, spends fl'JO n year for his drink. It Is ftom this class that you hear the cry that 'tho ilch are giovvlng ilcheralul thn poor poorer.' It Is thin class which Is responsible for our lockouts, our strikes, our lnlor troubles, which puts dvnamlto on tho doorstep of tho man who presumes to Keep sober und save his money. '"llulld more saloons and furnish light wlnosaud beer, lu the numo of Loid God, not " lam told that not 1.000 miles from horo h n church which onco leased its basement for n saloon, and perhaps thought to thus give tho raloon respectability. One day. however, a godless individual disabused them nf this idea by chalking on tho church steps this urso: ' The re's a spirit abovo And ii spirit tietou ; A sp'rlt of loo And a spirit of woof Tlio iqilrll abovo Isnnpliit divine; The Kplrlt hrluw Is t lie :tii 11 of wlno. "Wo nro told that tho saloon hns como lo slay, nnd that wo must treat It as an estab lished institution. Never will tho Church recogui7o thu saloon for good until Jesus Christ shakes hand with the imp of dnrknoss." Tho llev. Dr. C. S. llariower of thn Central Methodist Chuieh said thnt tho Christian community should bo thankful to Dr. llnlns ford for calling attention to thu social needs of thuaulmnl man. "Tliosalootiu bank on this gregarious ten dency iu man. They know that food and drink nnd occasion for familiar iutorcourso is what man wants and they supply it. '1 bo Church ought to knowthut too. for it is proven ut Its picnics and fosllvals. Dr. lialnsford hns dono well to call our attention to tho necessity for furnishing more attractive resorts for tho men. but ho Is unfair In criticising ouroppo nitlun to his proposition. Do leaves us to Infer thnt ho thinks it a blind nnd blgotted opposition, which Is not tho fact." Dr. Harrovvor snld that tho only remedy ho saw lies In local option, which should bo given to communities as small as uloction districts. Tito Prohibitionist.", ho snid. nro too radical, and Insult tho American sentiment of freodom by attempting to secure preventive legisla tion. Tho Itov. Dr. W. It. Harshaw of tho Tlrst Union Fresbytotmn Chinch, at Llghty-slxth streot and Lexington uvenuo, nttorulludlngto Dr. UninsfnrU's plan, snld: "Tho proposal comes fioma man who has beon supposed to bo tho possessor of n lnrgo nmount of common sense. Tho earnestness of tho proposer or tho proposal cannot beques tlonod. Now. If thoro is nnv thing In it.wn want to bo among the II 1st to Unit it outand udoptlt "Dr. lialnsford propoi-us to cnange the saloon from n cursu to a blessing. That's theory. 1'Jovato and rellno tho saloou? Kollno tho devil! Von might take thu saloonatthn cor ner of Flghty-slxth streot nnd Third avenue, paint "God Is lovo" over thn ontrnnce. pllo lSlhles on evory counter, put Scripture mottoes on tho walls. und till thu back room with splen did literature, jmt somo saintly nnd spectacled old older behind thn bar to give a tract with every glass nnd utter a pruyur for every drinker, but thn dovil would still havo the chief place In tlio building. When you can mako thu dovil a saint you can change tho sn loon from n curse to a blessing. "So much fortho Ideal saloon of ourhroth or. It's a fiction of his own Ivlil Imagination. Tho method by whlchthoililnl: habit is formed stnmi s It us supremo foolishness. It Is an aw ful, heartless cruoltv.lt Is hut llttlo short of criminal fur any minister of tlio Gospel, who lint sworn to love God nnd his fellow men. to stand In his pulpltand plead for tho continua tion of tlie saloon. "This now prophot nnd dofendornf thn sa loon proposes to say to tho Church and Its members, 'It's nil right for Jon to drink wines nnd beers and ales. y0u can do your duty to God and yot indulge.' "I do not know howlto characterize that" I havo admired tho man and his woiks. hut I must sayihat such a declaration from such lips is damnable. This now apologist fortho saloon seems to havo thrown his lliblo to tho winds." Tlio Ilov. Dr. Wilson of tho r.lghteenth Street Mothodist Kplgcopal Church, paid his respects to tho Itov. Dr. lialnsford as follows: " There am H.ilti4 licensed saloons In this city, with fully u.000 moro unlicensed drink ing places. Add to those 1.000 Itov. lialnsford sanctlllod saloons to piepnrn material for tho lower groggorles. and wnwill havo u stntoof things not surpassed by Sodom in its worst days. ' liut where tho wicked do spring ns tho f trass and all tho wotkors of iniquity do Hour sli, it Is that they may bo destroyed forever.' God Almighty lives and thu cuuscienceof ills Church is not j et doad. In spite of saloons nnd saloonlsts, blatant und delimit; in spite of rovorendl Judas Isearlotu, who nro ready Tto betray thocausofor "prolltablo' silver: In splto of dlllotanteism In dealing with this question: in spite ot compromising, toinpurlzlug, und privlllging. Tho handwriting la on tho wall against this cursed trufile that supplies nino tenthn of tho criminality, six-tenths ot tho pauporlsm. nnd loO.OUU victims of death overy year." Tho Hov. Goorgo K. Strobrldgo. pastor of St Andrew's Church in Seventy-sixth street, said: " Tho saloon church Is a corrupt church, and tho Mothodist Church cannot enter Into an al linnco with it. Tlio church saloon scheme Is doad, and Dr. lialnsford had better put on his canonicals and perform tho funeral rites." I'nstor Ilulllduy's Birthday, The olghtlcth anniversary of thn birth of the Itov. S. 1). Halllduy nnd tho cancellation ot a mortgage of SII.0OO woro colobruted yester dnvlntholioochor Memorial Church. Brook lyn. Thero wero sorvlces iu tlio morning, tho nftornoon, nud the ovonlng. Mr. Hnlllday pre sided at ouch. At tho morning sorvlco ho an nouueod that tho chinch was clear of debt Among tho contributor to the fund topnyoft tlio mortgago wero tho Uroadway Tubornnclo. tho South Congregational Chureh, tho Purk Congrocntlonal Church, and tho ilov. Dr. It. II. Meredith. Mis. lloueher.v Mr. Hnlllday said, had raised almost S'J.OUU. Addrossos wero made by the Ilov. Drs. Abbott Morodith. Urals lin, Cobb. Clark, und Camp, nnd by Mr. S. V. WhltoundMlllIamll. McKlroy. Mr. Hnllfday was cougratulatod by outsldn friends ns woll as by thu members of tho chureh. Elizabeth's New Church. Tmzahf.th, Juno C Tho corner stono of tho Union ISnptlst Chureh of Kll.abeth win laid this nftornoon. Joseph lullln, I'lUaboth's pjillanthroplbt and formorly a member of a New York fulth euro congtegation, presided ovor tho oxorclBOB. Thn principal nddress was mttdo by tho Itov. W. A. Sheriuerof Iho 1 irst liaptlst Chinch. llom.irU weio inudo by the Hoy. Dr. Teal of thn W est minster Presby terian Church. Lllzabeth; thn Itev. .Mr. Hill of Novvurk. tho Ilev. Mr. Motley of Jersey City, tlio Jtov. Mr. Wallace of Cranfonl, .ind tint itov. Jpsoph II. Jlalley. tho pa-lor of tho now church. T ho church wus urg.inii'.cd u jcarugo by rapmbeis from thn Mill ,i and 1'ouith liap tlst churches, and It has neaily-' Ocommutil cants. Tho odlllco will hoof wood and brick, and will bo ready for dedication buforo Sup-tomber, Let I!lxle Itelniu and lie ForaiTen, Dixie wont away on Saturday nm! ho hasn't como back. Ho has beon In Dr. Abbott's family for ton years, and whon be stayed away nil day a general alarm was out out, Dlxlo Is not like most pugs, for ho bus no curl in his tull. ho is troubled with rliniiiiiiiip - In his hind leg, nnd Is blind in oiuniye. Just w lint causod Dixie's blindness Is that the U"i: bo tackled one night gut a little thn b Iter of him. Hut Dlxlo lias been so long in Dr. Abl .it's houso that tho Doctor is anxious about him, ami lb very desirous of seeing him uguiii. Dr. 1'iank Abliott Jr.. lives at 411 West Fift -seventh street and ho will reward tho man who bringd Dixie back. A Whole Vlllujro or ImmlKrant Aboard. The bli North German Lloyd steamship Darmstadt, which arrlTed at Quarantine last svsnlnr, has 1,W tmmlitants aboard. This Is alarisr numbsr than has csen broufht bsie on ilnile shin slues early In April. when tlii Btunicawilf UmM J.oii attar Otratsj. HMHHHMHHHHMr-i:BHnai What's ' M Cottolene w Anyway? Tlint'B tbo question poo- M plo lmvo beon asking lately, antl tlio answer has fenorally -a Giu'prisod them, "AsnbBti- tulo for lard and buttor ia , S cool;ing." A now shortening ' 1 1 that knocks out dyspepsia, J? nnd permits tho weakest $ Blomach to indulgo in pastry J of all kinds with no impious- sj nut rosiiUs. Choapor than , I lard, as it requires a much ''M loss quantity in all kinds of i1 . rsl shortening, and makos tho ! most dclicato cakes. That's to what fmt 0tf oSene I is. It's not only another, ifi thing, hut it's a far hotter ai thing, as bright housokeop- M' ers everywhere testify aftor a si single trial. Try it yoursolle I "t I'or sale by all grocers. r yJ Manufactured only by -hi- N. K. FAIR BANK & CO, jjjt CHICAGO, ir.I... and g Produce Exchange. N. Y. jj. HEAD It Ell oir.v OBITUARY. 3ft "?J Snld tn Iluvr Itreli "Written fhr Spite by as Jf Ittvut Voillig Womnn. Wn.EF.snvr.rr. Juno 5. Misi Frances Mo Jf! Alarnoy Is n member of ono of tho lending" ;?i families In the town ot Plymouth. Hor brother "?' are well-known attornoi. Ono morning last " week a local lmner printed n long account of .jv, the death of Miss McAlarnoy. i '" Tho nuwB was startling In tho extreme, be- i cauo tho young lady had boen at a social gathering on tho evening boforo. and ras known to bo In tho best ot health. Hundreds ',,' of pooulo Iloekod to tho McAlamey mansloa only to dlcovor thatthoro was no truth In tha ' I rcitnrt Mist Trances vrns 'n nor usual good Vj health, but thn f.ilso report gnvo hor a groat 3i Bhock.'iitid sho was prostrated for somo tlmo. wSJ Tho Investigation dlsclosod that tho oa- & nard was an anonymous communication to Mjl thu pauor, which hud boon printed through art &l oversight The proprietors of tho paper of. vj fered a inward of $1UU lor tho detection ottho iM cprrosnoudent. . The handwilllng of tho communication was &jj found to bo Identical with that nf anonymous '& letters rocelved by Mis JleAlnrncy througU, tCi tliumall. warning Mis McAInrney not to havo ij anitliltig to do with u certain gentleman. : i Tustmimter Armstrong notillod tho nuthorl- , ?;) ties at Washington about tho matter. Two -1 Inspeetors arrlvod on Saturday nnd aro now (A working on tho enso. Rtarlllng dovelopmonts w( nro looked for. (Suspicion rests on a lady who 'ii is promlnont in society. J Jealousy Is said to bo at tho bottom ottho t 3 whole trouble. On tho ovonlng preceding the) ;f,J publication of tho death notice. Miss Mcalo- ,,'3 moy win outdriving with u prominent gentle- -.-V man who has boun keeping company with tho ,,vl other ludy. SM AFTER A I). K. JSl IXITIATIOy. '- 3 . 4 $ The Cnptaln of the Vale Sophomore UTtm v Very I.or from Ferltonltl. ru Nnw ITavkx. Juno 5. Last Wodnosday night ffifj the 1). K. V. secret society of Yalo University jS held Its annual Initiation. Thero woro thirty jf1 students to bo put through tho grotesque ox- ' erclscs. and a delegation of hilarious members FKV took them out ton dosortod part of tho town. kj where tho initiation was to bo dono. -&: Hhortly after 0 o'clock all but one of tha ,'fh students returnod to tho collogo building with P scared faces. The ono who did not return then is William liustin of Omaha, amomber of tho ,( pophomoro class. Ills physlalan said yostor- "" day that be will probably recover, but it will ft bo a long tlmo beforo ho is nblo to rcBumo his 'i btllllios. Si Tlie way it all happened was doscrlbodbr , ono of the htmluntn ns follows: i'r "Iluntlii nnd another fellow, whon tho initiation was nbout half ovor, woro blind- ,l folded nud told to run a rnco down Tcmplo -A street Ono of the boys ran behind them, but '.,tv liustin. who is tho enptaln of tho class nlno .? and a good athlete, distanced him and ran oa ?i' ahead. He kept straight until ho hnd run 100 i ,s,; yards nnd then lie took aprotty sharp turn to 1 ! tho left. Thcto was a wagon stnndlng noar y thoeurb. without any horses, and liustin ran -A pluinp into thn pole. V "Itstiuek him in tho abdomen, and ho fell to -,"-( the giound uiieonscious. Thoy carrlod hlra AY. lnton niMnurant and sent for a doctor, who TSSJ ordered him to bn taken tu his room. Tho 5 story fprend, and all the bo wero frightened. ,T!i Tho eeromonlos woro stojijiod nt onco." iv'i That is iho story which all the students toll. 'Js Ilustln's phsslclnn simply knows that Kustln 7f ran blindfold into u wagon polo and Is now suffering from po'ltnnlllh. J Ho was delirious for xevornl days, but Is now 1 Improved, i'resldont Dwliht and tho faculty V are uvorio to talking about tho affair. Tho .'; pollco do not know any tiling about it officially. & The Trans-SIlHsniirl Association, rf'v ' ! St. Louis, Juno. r). When tho Trnns-MIesouri '-' Assoeiallon moots on tho '.'Mth inst tooleota yi Chairman to succeed James Smith, who was A droppod ns a Commissioner by the Advisory A Hoard of tho Western Trafllo Association at tho ' ' Now York meeting, a strong ofTort will bo "; mndo by tho St. Louis manngers to romove tbo V'. hoadaunrlers to St. Iuils. Tliis assocla- Y tlon htarted In ht. Louis tlireo yenrs ago ' I'l and 'thoro aro live lines In tho association. In- - j eluding tho (lould syntnm, whoso gonoral J ollleos nro hero, vvliiloat Kansas City, tho pres- , ontlioadiiunrt'TS, there is only ono lino. Tho '' Kniihas City. Tort Sentt and Momphls has Its . 'J generul olllces there, and most of tho trans- ,i Missouil niaotings lmvo beon held nt Cliloago, '-.l and the St, Louis managers will heroaftoruo- ,l clintt tn gotliciuevept for Western and NortJ - . westei n Unfile iilTulrn, - ' Dr. Ie Lu Vrrtcne's Ilody to He Cransatod. j Two days beforo tho death of Dr. De La Versnoof llrooklyn, on Saturday, ho sent for his relatives and a few physicians who woro 4i his intimate friends. Ho told thorn that ha :' knewliecouldn'l llve.nnd inadon requost that I '.'5 his body should beereinntod. fyl Ho wanted tlio uslies buriod In Evorgreens Sll Cemetery. Tho family tried to lnduconlmto . , H wltliilravvhlh le.juiist. but ho would not His family and frlunls thon promised to respect ij his vvUhes. This morning his friends will I Ai look on his laeo for Iho last tlmo. Then tha', V: body will be taken to TroshTond and -VM croiiintfd, Thu ashes will bo idaced in an urn I h nnd nut lu the gravo ut tho Cemetery of tb itfti Lvergieens.. vsl' flgnrrllB und Awning. , -Jg A Imlior Iho Up Jury House, Jtroailway anflrorty 'V Itrtt stisat.lliri'wa HnlitiJ rlarttla oot of a srU4oW at H o'clock laat nUI,t. It set lira tu an nvrnlnf, and a piillCMiian railed tlie ltr rnirlti-. Cost to thsoltr.' t'M llaniaife In tua autilng f.'i A clitarott smoker ' lu I he sum hutul ai:c(;iupn'ti.il sluiltar rcaulta ons tliiflit last j ear, TJ1U CONNKCTICUT MUTUAL UPS I INSURANOr. CO. f Jan, 1. 18U if' Assets '. $50,788,470 85 JE Liabilities (by Its own stand- ' j rd) B3,670,8M1 $& (l!y tlio hli'lifHt iORal standard -28P tho liabilities nro Imlt a mil- $ llmidulljlhlohs.) to Terei'iitiiKo of tllvitloiiils to ,2s M)liey litthlers, to pruuilums received In lwi 2S.78peroent. m Expenses of management only 8.56 pej &, cent, of incomo for past 10 yearn. Im Send for rates to w PHILIP B. MILLEB, QenerftltAgent i' For New Yoxit city and New Jeney, i