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I H p a J'AT ,r TO ,,a czienx on yJiS lie xv co.YXjrjirr. Pss Tli Proceeding, Justice Dalr Soya, Ii ne. ndjc? iilnri r.vrn After Judgment Taken, nnd i$0T itcsts on ln Court's Pontr to Enforce h3i Upon Iti Oftloers Honorable Conduct. '' That tlio law will not only Jtlve Judgment vU 9 against an attornoy tor a client's money wlth- Hh ll heM. "ut wl" compel payment by proceedings '"'a 1 1 contempt, waa evinced yesterday In ft do- p.fl I iiion of Justice Duly of tlio Supremo Court, dm I who directed that Lawyor Adolph Czakl pay BM I lib) 30 to lils formor ollonts, Gabriel lc Qehall, S U Importers, of 205 Tearl stroot SP Lawyer Czakl had carrltKl on certain Iltlga- '' tlons for Max Oabrlol and Herman 8ohall.com- V' pooir.e tho firm, against tlio Bohllllnger ITIre- "Wi jprool Ceniont and Asphalt Company oyer a dls- '-'J putcil contract and ho had been paid different :'" ,ums lor lilc nervlcoB. The Arm paid him a float sum of $050.84. -which Its member held ,' - was not only to covor any remaining fooi due, , BUt any costs that mleht bo Imposed against thd llrm In tho actions. One ot the aotlous bo- ,j Ids nettled, tho other aotton, being basod ',"' largely on the same premises, had tobadla-,S- continued, and costs of $183.30 were Imposed ' on Its discontinuance against the Arm. Czakl ''; would not pay these costs, bo the Arm, haying been compelled to pay them, sought reimburse- , ment from their fonuor attornoy by suing him In a municipal court for that amount of money. ', I 7110 llim obtained judgment for tho full sum, I but tho Sheriff was unable to collect. Tho firm I then brought summary proceedings In the 8u- 1 preme Court to oompel tho attorney to 'pay tlio I judgment on pain of Imprisonment for con- m i tempt. , fl Czakl contendod that as his former ollonts '' Mr ' bad elected to take judgment against him he JH and they were In tho position of dobtor and fJm creditor, replacing that of attorney and client, n and that u charge of contempt would notlie. ,. On the other side It was urged that tho courts ' will give both remedies against an attorney. W Alter a review of authorities Justloe Oalysayai ' I "Ono rcasou why the client resorting to an f action at law against his uttornoy in the first , 1 lnatmrc should not bo deemed u waiver of his , right to a summary application Is becausotho f proeeedluK by action Is a proper method ot i ascertaining the facts by judicial Inquiry beforo 4 a tribunal best iiuallllvd to determine tho dla- ? puto. A trial would have to bo had In tho sum mary proceeding, cither by a rofcreoorbytho , eMiinfi at mi ot witnesses in court, and tho nttorne U not thereforo put to unnecessary i out oreipenso by tho resort to an action in tho ', first instance, particularly whoro. as in this - ca.-H!. the notion was brougnt in tho municipal court, whore the costs are not burdensome." Ountlug from tho decision of the Queen's Jcnch in tho coso of Grey, decided in 1802. the "The court has a punltlvo and disciplinary Jurisdiction over solicitors, oa being omoersot the coutt. which Is excrolsod, not (or the pur pose of enforcing legal rights, but for the pur pose of enforcing honorable conduct on the part ot tho court's own ofllcors. That power of the court Is Quito distinct from any legal rights or remedies of the parties, and cannot, thero fote. be affected by anything which affects the strict ltgul rights of the parties. Bo if solicitor obtains money by process ot law for his client, quite Irrespective of any legal lia bility which may be enforced against blm by the client, he Is bound In the performance of bis H duty as a solicitor to hand It over to bis client 11 unless he has a valid claim against him. If he VI spends it, or still having It he refuses to hand I it over, he commits an offence as an officer ot l the court, which offence has nothing to do V , with any legal right or remedy of the plaintiff. 'I 1 Anything that may have beer, a breach I it of his duty as a solicitor on bis part before the a I Judcmentremainsabreachof duty afterward." 1 Tho decision of that court says further that ,S contempt proceedings would not bold only In 'tW cases In whloh It did not appear that the Judg- JShh ment against the attornoy had been returned ..Mm uneatlsllod. Justice Daly concludes: I Wit "The attorney la in the position ot having In IB his hands money wbloh in Justice should be re- yMB ' turned to the clients because not applied to the i IB purpose tor which be received it and whloh W cannot be so applied since the ciltnta have If been compelled to make the payment iihicb he n ought to have made." LV 1 BC.n.AMni.U FOB A BOOT. Tour Undertakers of Jersey City and IIo- I boken vrith Confllotrng Claims. I William Hurley. CO years old. of 221 Erie I street, Jersey City, who was employed to light I the lamps along the Delaware, Lackawanna and l Western Itallroad Company's tracks, was struck ad by a drill engine near Grove street and hurled H down the embankment. He was Instantly killed. Hj In about halt an hour tour undertaken were in HI a scramble tor the body. Coroner Charles H Hoffman of Hoboken, who is an undertaker as HJ well as Coroner, was notified and he arrived HJ on the scone first. Former Coroner William N. HttH Far9low. tho offlolal Morgue keeper In Ho- KHj boken, was notified by the railroad people, ana BH ho drove up before Coroner Hoffman had time llrHn t cet tho body in his wagon. Mr. Farslow bod kHT been notified because ho takes charge of all W'mmW tn" people killed on the D.. L. and W. road at mmmmu this end of tho line. WTmmT A soon as ho arrived he protested against tan Coroner Hoffman taking the body away, lie PIMM said that he was Morgue keeper, and by virtue ',Hril P', ,lls filee was entitled to take charge of it. mmm: Tho two men wrangled for some time, and then Hn t!le Jersey City polioe Interfered and declared HP that neither of them would be permitted to Hi take the body away. Policemen Peter Murray HH and James Murphy had been sent from the HH S?T?nth stro,et. police station to uke charge of ) the body, and they announced that William H. HBJ7 F,Peer. l''e official Morgue keeper for Jersey H cltT should have it if it was to be taken to any Mn morgue. BMP' 0no ot ,tno officers telephoned to Bpeert HI Morgue, but before Bpeer's wagon arrived Hi' vobn (Julnn, the dead man's son-in-law. made I his piearance and decided that Thomas Carey. H an undertaker in Urovo street, shoulT have the 1, body, tarey was sent for and drove up with Hi V 4V8.dea1 waeon and on loo box. Coroner Hu B JIoVmttu.i Tlgorously objeoted to Carey 1 taking the body. He Insisted that he. mm as Coroner, had jurisdiction. The pollce Hr EiJ? '.?la 'dm that if he touched the V body they would lock him up. Hoffman Hi !. Q surrendered his olalm to Paralow, but H the police were firm In their determination that MM the body should not be taken out of the city. Hi KIIlnaJ1 a?d Var8low re'irod. and Carey took H k.f, kMdy .t0 !' undertaking establishment. HJj '!H' ")? trouble was not yet Quite ended, whcnOulnnwentto Hurley's home and toW aVJ JSier'5mVytliafh8ll?'d authorized Ondertakir HJ Larey to take charge of the body he HJ wna tol.l that l.i had dono WTongT Ed- ! miH'i.l;lrtir ?t..Liros ,Btre.et ls tho family ? S,,.'.d?,w3l'f"n.', ,llt,r, '""'"ted that ho should vXW!il"lll,,,,LJ y,"lnn t,l0n went to I tbJ ,BJ"drf inployed him to tokoclmrgoof 1 m,?i .RSLt?. rFi"rtr Bpt out his dead wagon 1 Dutn!fff.,ViFBr.8Jr' Corey at first demurrod, I SSiri?,! Vvf'!".1 lT a,i' lnoro trouble he sur- I JS irn1.!0J,0llyt9 ia,hrty. Speor had no H E" ''!,,,'0 aoromblo. bocause his Morgue 1 Ktakenra';t:yrrl" UDtU aItar tho ' XEirrottX 80CTAZ 2OJW05. ThB Count of Turin Visits Spoutlug Bock I I v Ueuch unci the Golf Club. f NroT. It. I.. July 22.-It was a compara- VH' tHely quiet day with Count Turin. Uo vlsltod )f Pi u,. B Ro,!k 1,eaeh nnd the a" Club, at the (m ' r"!r rlaco 'ry'ne l'l hand at tho game, which UT ne l.opBs win be adopted lu his country. He W Ik 'oln!!d to"lar by the Chevalier J. M.Looca, "f S framnany him across the conUnent, 1 S hop at , ,U?.,i?i;0UIrt a"d party "ttended the I effiir Laslno, whlct. was a most brilliant 1 I ?eVierme?h)mfex,slvcun to-n'eht by Mrs. W. Q. I I fa "Lor hi,, "b S&s-1Jtuyio.iit.t Pish. Jaraos V I Mrs ( in. i .' """oI'a Mrs. II. 1. ltpgers. II J lr D.,.tvK "ifc'",,1""1 i'U U'V0.W- "VaS lilV gueHti i Hui i '."Lor Prt of the season. fflm om&k touaotlyOi T"9 tabl8 d6- JHH Kills IWlUTjzsi, O.V $100,000. P D,- '''''Ms.Knj.joo.OOOIsHuough, tHft lnd tirta Writ. fH trVttT?,? ril ol ee,rt,orarl HU ret lew tJ., . ' tllefiuP'emo Court to mFi I se-s,. , " f ,hv Tax Commissioners In M at taooZ, Mr Mrr,r- r?r 'v " IBsl la conihiM. i !"Is stat'a ,hat the property W U a belefl JtuUb,f mlio institution and fm pmi Vl,., ,ut.; '"arntef8 the class ot ( 0'ulnalHiim.'uirf?n,Smo1.t,oni nere al a I imkl,.-. 1 ric, " L'PrSH 5? ,lniltancf become km w. s tin- p,.:,:r ' ore lot for hie hotel; He H com. i., i,,,,,' , ';. P; "urce of hardlyany in- !H us .1 i , i, ,",,' t ' f the place wore 'mm i l.i-p.. , .. ' t. amhroiiis purise, JmW n14 i ... 1 1 ... r ''." h'""' "P ers. been uJHF l"1"' ' if, l,.J ''"HBhthonelghbor- 'Wtl j .,, lt , ' s hn market valu.i at H f uwu to uv .-v. u l'3lllo'lou, but (bey re- BJmmm 3 HHJgjar;- r fssfa, 1 mmmmmmmmmmsmmmmwmmmuBMmSssiasBmi gw. zticxcus xnAfSLum jozlsd. A. Toons Van from Clitcogo Run Down by a Train at TTItmer, Tn, LlK0ATB,Pa., July 22. A long ride on bi cycles by Thomas Hawkins, aged 18. and Oscar Bwope, some years older, both ot Chicago, ter minated noar this city to-day In a tragedy of Which the former was tho victim, his com panion making a narrow escapo. Tho men left Chicago on btoycles a tew weeks ago and were making their way to Frovldonco. R. I., whoro they expected to obtain employment Whon on the cinder path beside the Pennsylvania Ball road afWItmer.a few miles east ot this city, they heard an express train thundering In tho rear. Swopo, who was a short distance ahead of his companion, turned his wheel aoross tho track. He succeeded In getting over in safety. Young Hawkins was not so fortunate, the train striking him with vlolonoo and Injuring htm eo severely that he dlod soon aftor. The mo mentum of the blow sent Hawkins's body against 8wope. who was flung from his whoel, but escaped serious Injury. The dead young man waa until lately em ployed In the musla store ot Lyons & Healy In Chicago, and his parents lire at the junction ot Ogden and nermttago avenuoa and Jaokaon Boulevard In that city. Bwope says that the long journey by bicycle had up to this after noon's tragedy been pleasant and without mishap of any kind. XRAiy XtOBBEBT XX XEXAS. Fireman Killed nnd an Engineer Wounded Three Miles North ot Fort 'Worth. Dallas, Tox., July 22. Tho south-bound Banta Fd express on tho Kansas City and Gal veston lino was hold up last night about mid night three miles north of Fort Worth. Flro man James 'Whlttaker waa klllod and Engineor Joseph Williams shot in the log. How many bandits woro In tho hold-up Is not known. The first warning ot trouble was when shots woro heard as the train left Baglnaw. The bad handling of the onglne and air brakes was no ttcoable and commented on by Buporlntendont FendolL whose prlvato car was attached to the train. Finally, In a cut near Saginaw, the train came to a full stop with such a jerk that Super intendent Pendell told Conductor Frank Wil liams to go ahead and learn what tho trouble Conductor Williams wan approaching 'the en gine followed by Superintendent Pendell when about a dozen shots woro fired from the west sldo of the train and several from the enst side. On reaching tho engine Pendell and Williams discovered that Engineer Williams and Fire man Whlttaker were missing. It was near 2 o'clock in the mornlngjthree noun late, when the train reached Fort Worth. Posses wore started on the trail of the rob bers. An englno and car were sent baek and found the dead fireman and woundod nngipoor beside the traok a Quarter of a mile from where the attacked train was stopped. They were taken to Fort Worth. No one has been able to describe the robbers. Nothing could be seen of them save the flashes from their guns. Four sticks ot dynamite were found on the front end of the express cor. The robbers got no money. sots. Trxrxrcwrr at jlau harbor. The Bun of the Yacht Sagamore Without Special Interest. Bin Harbob, Me.. July 22. Mm. William a Whltnoy, accompanied by her husband and her sister, Mrs. E. Wright, arrived at Bar Harbor this afternoon, having completed a long and arduous journey from Westbury, Long Island. Elaborate arrangements were made that the journey might bo with the least injurious offoots to tho Invalid. The party left Westbury on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Whitney was conveyed to Itoslrn by a carriage, and was then put aboard a epeoial train tor Rockland. Hera J. Plerpont Morgan was In waiting with his newly chartered steam yaoht, tho Bagumore. Mrs. Whitney was convoyed aboard and the run to Bar Harbor was made under full steam. The party waa landed at the email private pier thai ls oon neatedwith the "Anchorage." Mr. Whitney's rummer home. The tide, however, had ebbed considerably whop, the Bagamore armed, and It was thought best no) to attempt to move Mrs. Whitney until morning at high tide, when the yaoht will be brought alongside the pier. Mr. Whitney and Mr. Morgan came ashore this afternoon in order to complete all prepara tion for taking Sirs. Whitney to the cottage in the morning. The trip was without Incident, and Mrs. Whitney seemed to stand It very well. She was resting easily to-night, and waa glad to be at the place where she bad passed so many happy-summers and where she waa mar ried to Mr. Whitney last fall. JftNliD JsTB. DUFFXI3 FOB BTrEARIXQ. A Wealthy Resident ot West Wow Brighton raid 8SS for Using Cuss Words. Daniel P. Duffle, a wealthy resident of Rich mond Terraoe, West New Brighton, was a pris oner In the Court ot Special Besslons at Bloh mond on Thursday. He had been arrested on tho complaint of Anthony. MoDowell Gray of 445 South Broad street, Elizaboth, and was charged with a violation of seotion 075 of the Btate Penal Code, which prohibits the use ot vile and profane language in a publlo placo. Mr. Duffle ls the owner ot a naphtha launch, which he has been using to carry visitors to the men-of-war lying off Tompklnsvillo. Mr. Gray's brother ls on the auxiliary orutser Tan kejs.and he engaged seats In the launch for him self, his mother, and sister. They started from Tompklnsvillo and expooted to return there, but Mr. Duffle Jsistd on landing at the light house dock at St. George. Mr. Gray protestod and refused to leave the boat until taken to Tompklnsvillo. His mother and sister, and Miss Charlotte Vldot of 268 West Thirty-eighth street, this city, also remained on the launoh. Mr. Duflle threatened to throw Mr. Gray over board, and, it was oharged. used the language whiph constituted an Infraction of the law. He Anally took the party to Tompklnsvllle. Mr. Duflle was found guilty and fined 925, whloh he paid. rmrocENx man arrested. Pearl Street Business Kan on a Broadway J Car Accused of Theft. The following advertisement was printed yesterday morning: WILL ptnons who witnuaed arrest of man on lirodwy car at Worth it. and Uroidway, about 10 A. M., July 21, plums conimnnlrnts with H. Barnard, 2.11 Pearl st., Now York? Mr. Barnard is the owner of a largo business at the address given. He was riding uptown in a Broadway cablo car on Thursday morning. At Worth street an excited man jumped on board, seized Mr. Barnard by the coat collar, and yelled out that Barnard had robbed him. Mr. Barnard says that his acouser's name is Mandelbaum, and that he keens a saloon at 201 Division streot. Ho held onto Mr. Barnard until the car stopped, and a pollcaman took Mr. Barnard to the Leonard street station. Tlio Sergeant ordered htm takon to tho Contro Street 1'ollco Court. There ho was immediately discharged. " I put that advertisement In to get the names ot tho witnesses." Mr. Barnard said, "A num ber ot them spoko to me. but I was too, excitod to remember their names. It was a lucky thing that I was not a stranger in town. I Blioll prose cute Mandelbaum." BUAYED ONE BIDE OE IIIB PACE. Barber Refused to Cotaulote the Job Be cause McCaffrey Ilttd Ouly Five Cente. Bernard McCaffrey, who Uvea on Front street, visited the Adams Street Court In Brooklyn yesterday and asked Magistrate Kramor to Issue a warrant for the arrest of Lulgl Murlllo. a barber ot Front street, on the charge of as suult, McCaffrey went to the barber shop on Thursday afternoon and told Murlllo that he had only live cent. The barber shaved one side of his face and then refused to shave tho other side unloss he reoelyed ten conta. Mo Caffrey refused to pay his. Aye cente for half a shave, and thero was a fight, Ono of McCaf frey's friends took him To another hniber. whore the shave was completed. Magistrate Kramer refused to Issue a warrant. OOAT BWALLOITB $100. Rqbert Burgess Bays So and Cau Bring Twenty Hen to Prove It. WrsTBUBT, L. I., July 22. Robert Burgess, while killing calves yesterday, lost a leather wallot containing over 1100 in bills, many of them being of $1 denomination. Burgess says that ho searched for the money and could not find it, Afterward some one told htm ho had soon a goat In his barn ohewlng an old ploco of leuther, The goat was found, and Burgess silled the animal. He says he found hb wallet, very much chewed up and the bill somewhat mutilated. Only one bill was destroyed. The others can be used. Burgess says that fully twenty men saw hlai take the money from the goat's stomach. . - - """ 't lanaaHTssWHHsl CAFT. CARTER'S SENTENCE. tub TAPEna ami, xn xhb hands op SECRETARY ALOBR. Trom an Authoritative Source It Is Learned That the Sentence Is Dismissal from the Army, Ten or Twenty Tears' Impriion ment, and the Return to the Government of theSIoneyEmbeitled.Abont 63,000,000 Washington, July 22. The findings and sen tence ot tho court-martial In the ooso of Capt Oberlin M, Carter, Corps of Engineers, charged with defrauding tho Government while In charge ot rlvor and harbor improvements at Savanunh, are still In the hands ot tho Secretary of War, whoro they aro likely to remain tor some time. It has been learned from an authoritative source that tho court has Imposed one of the severest sontunces evor declared In tho case ot an army ofilcor, and that unloss the sentenco ls mitigated Capt. Cartor will have to pay at loast threo penalties. The first is un questionably dlsmtusal from the army. The sooond ls imprisonment for a term of at least ten yoars, and perhaps twenty years. In addition to this Capt Cartor will bo required to return to the Government tho monoy embezzled, and this amounts, according to tho best Information, to not leas than $3,000,000. It will bo necessary, however, to bring an action In a civil court to sooure the refunding ot tho money. The court martial, if lthad so desired or If It had takon the pains to do so, could have so framed its findings and sentenco as to mako tho action by a civil court unnecessary. The papers In the caso of Capt. Cartor, after their review by tho Judge Advocate Gonoral ot tho army, should have boon handed to tho com manding General of tho army, and byhlm, in turn, to the Socrotary of War, as required by tho army regulations. In this case, for some reason, the papers were not referred to Gen. Miles at all, but woro transmitted directly to Socrotary Algor. JOH.V Jr. 3IACARXNET FAILS. The Washington Stock Broker Assigns Liabilities, 8801,143 1 Assets, 836,005. WAsniNQiov, July 22. Tho falluro of John W. Macartney, doing business as a stock broker under tho namo of Corson A Macartney, was a surprlao to Woshlngtonlans, except the few who have been on the inside for the past year. Corson, the late senior member ot tho firm, has been dead somo years, and until a few months ago Maoartney, undor tho firm name, was the ropresotative of Moore & Schley. Owing to dissatisfaction with tho manner in which the business was conducted Moore & Schley broke tho connection and opened up a largo branch houso here under tho management ot Sensor A Bromley. Bcagor was private secretary ot Dan Lamont when Secretary of War, and after ward of William O. Whitney when Socrotary of tho Navy. Blnco then Macartnoy has repre sented Van Amberg & Atterbury. The failure ls a bad one, but one of the men who know all about tho firm's affairs said to The Son correspondent this morning that the New York house or no member of the New York Stock Exchange would lose a cent The only losers will be the local customers who havo open aooounts, and theso are in somo casos vory heavy. The firm assigned to Charles M. Robinson, and tho schedulo of assets and liabilities filed at the office of the Recorder of Doeds elves the assets at &t).00oand the liabilities at $201,143. The llrst hint that Corson A Macartney were In troublo oamq when Leetor Fisher, who had for twelve years been managerfortheflrm. committed suicide. It was known that he had boon speculating heavily and had lost consid erable of his own money, and it was hinted at the time that he had also lost money belonging to his employers. Thts was denied by Mr. Macartney For many years the Arm of Corson & Maoartney stood for all that Is reliable in the stock market, and most ot the trading by Sen ators and others passed through their hands . The prinolpal creditors In this ojty are: J. D. Arnolcf. $21,775: Woodbury Blair. $5,250: S. M. Bryan, President ot tho Chennpeako and Potomac Telephone Company, $60,000; H. 8. Dumpings, $5,300; M. Cummlng. Sti.OQO ; Laura P, Macartnoy. $0,000: James Wilkinson. ji2.472: W, B. Hibbs 4 Co.. $8,068; E. C. Whrto. $0,000. ' Of the out-of-town creditors tho largest are: M. B. fiustls. New York. $4,343: O. B. Nutt, Frederick. M.L $5.583 : B. F. Abbott Zanes ville. Om $4,605: Clarenoo M. Busoh. Harris burg. Pa,. $23,592. Among the assets are : Cash on hand, $200 ; two seats in Washington Stock Exchange. $1,000: accounts collectible $12.087 : bills and notes. $5,025; margin on loans. $15,000. and a seat in the New York Stock Exchange, the value ot whloh ls not mown. Revenue stamps to the amount ot $125.25 were required on the doedot assignment which ls the largest filed in many years. A representative of the Stock Exchange firm of Van Emburgh & Attorbury. 1 Nassau street said yesterday: "Wo havo been connected with Corson St Macartney by private wire for several months. Mr. Macartney owes us nothing, and, we un derstand, has no debts In this olty. His health has been falling tor some time, and he has been lately confined to his bed. The assign ment doubtloss arose out ot the condition of his health." Mr. Macartney ls a member of the Now York Btook Exchange, which he joined on April 1. 1880. BANKER PECK APPOINTED. End of the Contest for the Commissioner Generalship to the Paris Exposition. WashdiOtos. July 22. Mr. F. W. Took of Chicago has been appointed Commissioner General of the United States to the Paris Ex position ot 1000. This ls tho settlement of a contost for tho placo which waa waged with such vigor for a year past Mr. Peck had for opponents H. K. Hlgglnbotham of his own town.M. H. De "ioung of the San FranoisoQ Chronicle, and Sylvester T. Evoretta Cloveland banker and intimate friend of President Mo Klnley. Hlgglnbotham oame Into tho flghtlato in the day as a sort of compromise candidate, and at one time it was reported that be was the sucressful man. Mr. Ftok ls a banker and was actively Identified with the management of the Columbian World's Fair in 1803. Appointments by the l'rrslilrnt. WAsniNOTON,July22. Thofollqwlngnppolnt ments woro made by tho President to-day: Msx J. Unehr nf Nebraska. Consul at Kf hi, Oermanr. Jllltou C. Klstntr, IlnlU.il Stte Attorney for the Wtem District of Lnuiniana Matthew Kle, Surveyor-General of XeTida. E. F. Sperry, Pension Agent at Pes Molnea, la. Divorce Granted to Stanley Oliver, A decree of absolute divorce was granted to Stauloy Oliver of Far Rookaway yesterday by Justice Stover In tho Supreme Court In Brook lyn. Mm. Oliver testified that, believing Oliver wns dead, sho had married tiustav J. Bronz. who had since dlod. After thn latters death Mrs. Oliver applied to the Burrogato for lettors of administration of Bronx's estate, but they were refused on tho ground Uiat sho was Oli vers wife. The Weather. It w front 4 to 10 cooler In all the Atlantlo States yesterday, but the coolness was counterbal anced by the excessive humidity, which averaged 18 per cent for the day. Cloudy and showery condi tions prevailed on the middle and aonth Atlantlo oouts. In this section tho unsettled conditions wera due to au arsa of hluh pressure central in the 81. Ljnrenoe Valley, throwing o northeast winds. There was a stonn developing ovsr Oeorgis, whloh la likely to cause some dliturbanco on the Southern coast to-day. Fair weather prevailed over all the In terior of the counter. In this city the day was cloudy, with a light drlule of rain at times; average humidity 8$ per eent; wind northeast and east, average velocity inlks an hour; highest ooldal temperature 77, lowest 72; barometer, corrected to read to sea level, at 8 A, M. 30.12, a . II. tlO.l.l. The thermometer at tho United States Weather Bu reau registored the temperature yesUirdar astollows: lajt, lail.i isjs, is;. UA.M 7' OB5 tll'.M 7 " 12M 7U Ti UP.M 7i 7 t)lM. 7 7B'JaMU 71 7 WASuntoroM roanusi roa saxcbsat. Ifor Maaaaohusetu, Uhode Island, and Ooaneotlent, threatening weather with showers; warmer; south easterly winds. ftr toitirn Niv I'ork.fair, zpf ihoxtn in JoutA perlien; uarmtr; ulAearly uiiirfi, for western New York, western Pounsjl-.aula and Ohio, fair; warmer; light, easterly nindi. lor eastern Pennsyl aula and New June, paitly cloudy, with showers; warmer, easterly winds, he comiLg southerly. For tho District of Columbia, Delaware and Mary land, partly cloudy, with occasional showars; warmer easterly winds, becoming variable, V rflHfMHBHHHKaBaBHiaflM NEXT BOOKS. Brief Bovlews ot Important stnd Interesting New Fnbllentlons. In "Pagan Papers" (John Lane). Mr. Kenneth Grahame, the author of tho " Golden Ago " chil dren's stories, has collected a number of slmplo, graceful, and humorous essays, tree from any purpose merely educational or edify ing, and written for children otn largor growth. .Light, airy nothings to be enjoyed. In odd halt hours, by the reader not too serious to appreci ate trlflos that have something ot the old fashioned oharm of tho work of Hazlltt or the gentle Ella. It Is good to Ungor tor awhile with a writer whooccuplos hlmsolt entertainingly and never didactically with subjects ranging from mar gins and minor poots to the delights of loafing and tho Boothlng Influence of tobacco and good beer, for nowadays your gentle and accom plished essayist la one ot tho rarest ot all literary birds. Perhaps, it we woro all as solemn and as Bober-mindod as wo should bo, those writers who refuse to clve us montal nourishment ot a sufficiently depressing brand would bo extermi nated, or, at least, set to tho ploking ot oakum In somo retreat tor literary wastrels: leaving us tree to give our wholo attention to those oonsclentlous undertakers who assuro us that Ufo ls a lingering dlscoso and death the only doctor. But, aa things are, and while wo aro still in the unrogenerato Btage, wo may as woll be grateful to the wrltor who oan make us forget these un pleasant things, and can lead us Into bypaths like those r mils in tho magto Island of Panta gruel, roads that did literally "go" to what ever placo tho traveller ohoso. " CArmtnj gut cAifminmt, comma anlmaubc" and upon which, having hoisted himself up. he was carried to his destination without tho unnecessary pain ot locomotion. To loat dlsorooUy and to aoqulro a thirst that shall be slaked wisely yet not too well are twin accomplishments that merit a fair It not too assiduous attention, and Mr. Grahamo treats the loafer in an unoynlcal and friendly spirit. " Prone on his baok on the springy turf," as he pictures him. "his fleshy integument seems to drop away, and the spirit ranges at will among the tranquil clouds. This way Nirvana nearest lies. Earth no longer obtrudos her self; possibly somewhere a thousand miles or so below him the thing still 'spins like a fretful midge.' The Loafer knows not nor cares. Ho Is now an astral body, and through golden spaces ot Imagination his soul Is winging her untrammolled flight And there ho really might remain forever but that his vagrom spirit is callod baok to earth by a gentlo but resistless, very human summons a gradual, consuming, Pantagruellan, godlike thirst: a thirst to thank heaven on. So. with a sigh half of regret, half of anticipation, ho bends his solitary steps toward tho noarest Inn. To bacco for ono Is good ; to commune with one's solf and be still is truest wisdom ; but boor ls a thing of deity beor ls divine." This surely is truo summer philosophy, and though the torpid liver or the tendency to gout may lead some middle-aged, but otherwise willing, epicurean to forogo tho .beor and cora promlso with claret and water, the general principles aro easy ones to follow. " Later the Loafer may decently make somo concessions to popular taste by strolling down to tho river and getting out his boat With ono paddle out he will drift down tho stream, just brushing tho floworlng rush and tho meadow sweet and taking in as peculiar gifts tho varied swoets of even. The loosestrife ls his and the arrowhead : his tho distant moan of tho weir: his are the glories, amber and scarlet and sll vor, of the sunsothauntod surface." nis. too. as Mr. Grahame, had be boon a oynto. would have pointed out are the delicate attentions of themtdgo and the merry mosquito and the twinges of rheumatism, induced by a too-late lingering upon the sunset-haunted surface ot the stream. But Mr. Grahame is, happily, no oynto. Nor is his Loafer, who pad dles his own boat and ls master of his own un limited leisure, to be confounded with that professional and moro prosaio loafer who pads tho weary hoof and has a habit of taking In as peculiar gifts tho varied sweets ot the olothosllne and the henroost For him are no loosestrife or arrowhead but perchanoo the charge ot buckshot or the not too distant moan of the unchained dog and sometimes tho even more deadly offering of the slab ot homo baked pie. Many generations of writers for the comlo papers have made theso things clear. Very entertainingly, too. does Mr. Grahame write of the pleasures of smoking in bed a habit llmttod. wo trust to tho unmarried and of a certain South Sea Island Intoxicant that combines, for the fortunate mortal who par takes ot It tho blissful effect of getting drunk and remaining sober to enjoy It At times be discusses other matters, such as attend letters, the borrowing ot books, and tho nice question of tho Ideal proportion ot text and margin that should be fixed in the making up of volumes of minor verse: " It ls by no means Insisted upon that the chief end and use ot margins Is for pictorial Illustra tions, nor yet for furtlvo games of oughts and crosses, nordn the ease of hymn booksltor amor ous missives scrawled against tho canticlo for the day, to bo passed over into an adjacent pew, aa used, alas 1 to happen in the days when we wore young and godless and went to churoh. Nor. again, are tho margins ot certain poets in trusted to man for the purpose ot compos ing thoroon of infinitely superior rhymes on the subjects themselves havo maltreated ; a depraved habit akin to scalping. What has nevor been properly recognized Is the absolute valuo of the margin Itself a value frequently superior to Its lnclosure. An author ity on practical bookmaklng has stated that 'margin Is a matter to be atudlod:' also that 'to plaoe the print in the centre ot tho paper ls wrong In principle, and to be deprecated.' Now, If it be 'wrong In principle.' let ua push the prlnolplo to Its legltimnto connluslon, and deprecate' the placing of print on any part of tho paper at all. Without actually suggesting thb course to any ot our living bards, when, I may ask when shall that true poet arise who, disdaining tho trivialities of text, shall glvo the world a book of verse consisting entirely ot margin? How wo shall shove and jostle for large paper copies I" A work excellently printed on good paper, and satisfactory In all the details of Its make up. Is "The Encyclopedia Dictionary of Pho tography," by Mr. Walter E. Woodbury, editor of the l'hotographio Jimo. It contains over 2,000 referonoes and 500 Illustrations, and is a whole photographic library In one volume. It ls published by tho 8oovlll& Adams Company. We have also received: " The Rainbow of Gold." Joseph A. Altsheler. (Continental Publishing Company.) " The Chase ot an Heiress." Christian Held. (Putnams.) " My Friend the Captain; or. Two Yankees in Europe." Written and compiled by William L. Terhune, Illustrated. (Dillingham.) " A New Sensation." Albert Boss. (Dilling ham.) " Tho Twentieth Contury Cook Book." Mrs. 0. F. MoriU and Miss Adele Eahn. (Dilling ham.) " The Later English Drama." Edltod. with introduction and notes, by Calvin B, Brown. Students' odltlon. (A. B. Barnes & Co.) JIOUT OP A BVPPER PARXT. Capt. James fl, lllalne Figures In i Mid night ISplsode at Sun Francisco, Sam Fsangisco, July 22. Capt James G. Blaine, who sails for Manila to-morrow, figured in a lively eplsodo at the Baldwin Grotto late on Thursday night It seems that Buner Ilollen der Invited Madeline Bouton, now playing at tlio Columbia Theatre, to supper at the Grotto. While the party wera at table young Blaine ap proached, glared at nollender, and, advancing to the table, began to pick a quarrol with him. Miss Bouton became alarmed and fled, and the nthor guests also departed hurriedly, Blaine and Hollnndor wero sopatated beforo uny blood was spilled. ltd said that tlio two men had somo trouble over busii.t-SH, and that Blalnu has felt ugly over It. There was talk of a meet lug between the two, but llolleuder said to-day that If young Blaine wanted to fight he could apply to Agulualdo in the PmUppwea. , BrissHlfiaHBHHHaMHI Br. JOUR'S OVXZD OVERTAXED. Its Work Among the Sick Babies Grently in Need of Public Support, ThoBt John's Guild Floating Hospital and tho Boosldo Hospital aro now taxed to their ut most and aro greatly In need of funds for tholr support Hundreds of bablos and little chil dren are daily rocolvod and treated, who. with- t out those Institutions, would suecumb to sum mer heat and allmonta. Tho eloventh trip ot this season ot tho float ing hospital was given last Wednesday by Mrs. William E, Chlsolm, when 1,554 patients wero carried. Among tho guests on this trip woro Mlas Ilolon M. Gould, Mrs. Charles 0. Worth lngton, Mrs. William Usher Parsons, Mrs. Homer Foot and Miss M. Virginia Orton of Irvlngton-on-nudson: George P. Ludlam, Superintendent ot tho New York nospltal, with fifteen occupant of the children's ward of that Institution : Dr. and Mrs. A. Ernest Gallant and Ocear P. Molvln. Tho cost of tho twelfth trip with 1.605 patients, given on Thursday, was met by a oon trl button of $250 from Timothy Hogan. The trustees ot St. John's Guild plead for the publlo support ot this great charity. Checks should be sent to William It. Warren, Troas- Mrflr. KOI Fifth avnniie. SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE FICTION NUMBER OUT Wilh tpecidl coter in gold and 7 colors 6y Albert Ilerttr. THE WAR. RICHAKD HAJKDING DAVIS now shows what was really Roing on wliilo the army waited at Tam pa, Illustrated by photographs by Elmendorf. Mr. Davis also de scribes "Tho Landing of tho Army " on Cuban soil in his char acteristic vivid manner. JOHN K. SPEARS narrates tho chose of Ccrvcra and the storming of San Juan as ouly tin Annapolis graduate and trained writer could. Mr. Spears was one of tho few witnesses of the latter event, and took his despatch boat under fire to got a good view. EPISODES OP THE WAR "First Engagement on Cuban Soil," by J. F. J. Archibald (who was wounded in the engagment). Illustrated by tho author and by Elmendorfs photographs. "The Affair of tho Winslow," is vividly described by John li. Spears. 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IH ' 1R HARPERS I yMAGAZ!NE I MM For August Vllka B Qeorge W. Smalley l "Mr. Gladstone, Reminiscences, An jl ecdotes, and an Estimate." First Paper. ?B Julian Ralph I " When the Clouds Fell Down." A Romance ' ' 9 that takes place in London during a fog. 9 Stephen Crane m "The Monster." A Story that Is a jjl study of American life and character. Ffl H. B. Marriott Watson jjl "The Lord Chief Justice." An episode jl in the life of Richard Ryder. A Story. ; 9 ! Stephen Bonsai ; "The Convict System in Siberia." A ' personal study of the Russian system. ; 9 j H Margaret Deland tjl "The Child's Mother." A Story. Fifth i of the, series of Old Chester Tales. S Anonymous 9 "If the Queen had Abdicated." A study 9 of the Prince of Wales as a possible king. m Henry Seton Merriman 19 "Roden's Corner." A Novel. Part VIII. i The conclusion of this interesting story. 19 T. Mitchell Prudden, M.D. "Under the Spell of the Grand Canon." (ji An account of adventures in Arizona. II The number also contains a short story, 19 " The Fish-Warden of Madrid," by Bliss Perry, 9 and the Drawer, with sketches by W. G. l van T. Sutphen and Guy Wetmore Carryl. Yw issH 35 Cents a Copy. $4 00 a Year, 9 -g-. . vM pEk NEW TORE AND LONDOH kWmW "l 9 Bill) HARPER & BROTHERS, Publishers JljSjl ; MARINE INTELLIGENCE. amsuTuas luuuoyrmi paT. Ban rises.... 4 48 1 Sunsets.. 7 2 Moon seta.. 0 2t man vim-nni DiT. Bandy Sook.10 01 1 Qor.Isl'd.10 84 1 Betl Oatc.12 27 Arrived IFbisat. JUlr 32. Be Cymric, Lindsay, Liverpool July IS and Qaesas town nth. B.1 Pnent IrUanarclt, Albrm, Hamburg JTolr 14 and Cberboun; leta. fis Ohio. Jladawar. London. Es Phoenicia, Lauhauser. Hamburg. Ps Peninsular, BtUenoonrt Lisbon. Bi MadUna, inraaar, Barbadoea. Es Dlaraanta, Qohs, Xsy WeaL Ba Piinons SJina, liulphm. Norfolk. Fa Brasilia, Battle. Philadelphia. Pa Oaldsbnro, Toirnsand. Philadelphia, Fa n. U. WUtnay, nallelt Boston Ba 0;tr ot New Bedford, Wabbax. Fall Hirer. Ba Manhattan, Bansett, Portland. Bark In rendu. Pattanon. nam. Hark Mobile Bar. Boyd, Plymouth. V. 8. crulsar St. Paul, Blssbee, Ouantanamn, TJ. S. cruiser Buffalo, Stajljn, Horfolk. Tor latoi arrivals sea Tixtt PsaeJ xuiviB oirr. Rs Campania, from Kaw York, at Onemistown. Bs Rotterdam, from New York, at Itottardam. Ba Pretoria, from Nrw York, at Hamburg-. Ba BotIo, from Nsw Yoik, at Uvarrol, Ba Kartells, from New York, at null. Bs I.rdorhorn, from New York, at Falmouth. Af Buffalo, from New York, at London. Ba Indravelti. from Naw York, at Rincaporo. Bs Qne.cn CrlsUna, from Now tfirk. at Adelaide. B nlbston, from New York, at Melbourne, Ba Ohewe, from New York, at Alriors, Bs Powhatan, from New York, at Yanloe, Es Galileo, from Haw York, at Peruana tmoo. Ba La Ounplne, from New York, at Antwerp. Bs OcUrla, from New York, at Port Bald. Bark Laurelbank, tiom New York, at """r1"1 tJJUED, Bs Phosphor, from New York for Barrow, passed wjneale. Bs Conatantla.from Hamburg; for New York, passed Dover. Bs Dorotlia Blckmers, fspm Hamburg for New York, passed Poer. Bs Alnwick, from Marseilles for New York, paaaed Bs Arda'ndears, from Colombo for New York, paaaed nibralkr. Bs Pocahontas, from Palermo for New York, paaaed Gibraltar. Bs Amsterdam, from BotUrdam for New York, paaaed Prtwle Point Bs nremerhaven. from New York for Antwerp, paased Prawle Point. Ba Lackawanna, from New York for London, passed Prawle Point. fis BU nculus, from New York f rr London, paaaed th Usard. t ("henskla, from New York for Hambun;, passed the Llumt. Bs Out llrll, from New York for Flashing, pawed the Ltrnrd. Bi EenslnKton. from New York for Southampton, patied the Llcard. arorrK, Bhlp EUisand, from Havre for New York, Jnlr IB, lat 41 north, lonir. ft6 wat. Bhlp Marajarethe, from NswYork for&efle. July 18, lat. 41 north, Ions, so west. Bark Cuba, from New York for AalborfC, July 11, lat. 42 north, lone. 4H west. ailed ntou ro&zin roars. Bs Rirelslor, from Rotterdam for New York. Bs Lacroma. from Licata for Now York. B Avery Hill, from Calcutta for New York. Ba Astrakhan, from ttliiuMs for New York. Pi Flairoan. from St. Luc-la for New York. Bhlp Oarmanlan, from London for New York. ouTdomu sTsausnira. Sail To-Dau. ilaiU Clan. rtutl StU. TTmbrls, Liverpool 830 A II lino A M Rms.Naplta 7 00AM U OO A M I,a Navarre. Haro 7 00 A St 1000 A M Ilotterdam, llotterdtm.... 8 00 A M 10OO M Ethiopia. CilsaEow 10 00 A M 12 00 M hfnter, Oureustuwn .. .10SOAM Ilekll, Ctirlfttauaand . . .11 00 A M 1 00 P 51 )oiull ea, l.cndQii Msrsnpo, Newcastle JlritMi Klu.-, Antwerp , Frsnclsm, Hull . ,.., , Philadelphia, Bantlito,.. 10 so 111 1 00 1' M Itbsla, lteiico in SO A It 1 00 P M Unleteln, llertl 1000 A t 1300 M Atlior. Kingston 10 00 AM 1IHOM Aluonquln, Charleston BOOPM Abydos, La Ouayra 1100 AM 100PM Sail Monday, July 16. Old Dominion, Hlchmond 800 TM 1'olycarp. Para, Ao ..100PM BOOPM Sail rutiJai, July tt. Trave, Bremen H 00 A M 10 00 AM Sn.ltian, Ineiriin. t-c. . 1 00 1' It 00 P M En-eMor.NewOrlfaus . n 00 I'M Carlb, Charleston BOOPM ucomtno sTr.iusntn. Xtis To-Day. Fjleslind , Autwerp. July 9 EiccUtor,, , NswOtWaJU. ,,Jttll mlmmmmWmmmmmWmmmmmmmmmmmmmsaa 3 fi Jhu Sunday, July ti. ;9 Auranla liTexpooL Jnlyld t b9 Mlnnewsaka, london July 14 9 rS Alexandra London .Julrl4 g (,' LaQaaooene.. ..,.... .Ham July 18 3 ,: Orlnooo... Bermuda. JulrH 3 '.Mm Tberess Herman Dunkirk. Jnlr 10 ft i BellueU Bt.Luola July IT f 'JU Jhu Monday, July ti. 19 Cevte. LiverrooL ...Julyl8 J m Karamanla Qlbraltar July 11 Spartan Prince Gibraltar July 11 I'M Jhu Tuuaay. July tt. !; Britannia, Olbnltar July 18 JjH Werkendaxn Amsterdam July 14 -M Maaoonomo Bunderland July 19 I'M Du irtttnudcw, July ti. tim Hannah M. Bell... ,..Otbraltar ..Jnlr IS f'J BivosUyn aty. Jlwacaee. Jnlr IS M Plas, Gibraltar .....July IS jjfl But nurtdav, July IS. ; Oritlo Imndre July 14 I !f9 Island Chrhruasaand July Id , biH Barbaroasa II re men. Jnlr IS ' Mm Pennsylvania, Hamburg July IT ! im XAXTNDRX BURGLARS NABBED. J Ij They Wonted the Chinamen, bat lYero wW Knocked Oat by the PoUce. ?M A trail of blood led from Quone Leo's Isnndry ,. km at 149 Third Avenno to the police station la Am East Twenty-aocond Btreet yesterday. In the) M station houso Chsxlss 'West was locked up. Keal Helmetz was a prisoner In Bollevue IIos- iM pltoX The two mon were cbargod with break- ( iuc Into Quone Leo's laundry over night. I'M West says he Is a soldier. Helmetz ears his ", )l address as at 203 Eiflt Fifteenth stroet Tho i J(j two burst In the laundry at 2 o'clock In tho -; 1M rnornlne and. when the Chinaman confronted IH them, noisily demanded their washing. Ther i im had no washing thero, and Leo told them so, I III They (ell upon lilm with an oath, and his part- 1 ft eer came to Ills aid with the Hat Irons. In the) - n. sttlo that ensued the Chinamen were beaten j if and finally fled to tho back room The In- j if truder tried to find tholr way out. but In tho ! j (larkiicflH the Celestials made a sally and at tacked them In tho rear. Helmetz hauled off to , ;i Btrlko them and drove his fist through a plabs Blass window, cutting his wrist to thu bono. i Jut then Pojloeman (Iron came up. The) i ' burglnrn showed DjEht and had to be beaten S. Into submission. With help that came In sea- i i don the iwlleemnn took his prisoners to tho k station house, Helmotis. whoto arm bled all a tho way, fainted when ho cot there and waa taken to tho hospital, llo was In a precarious ! condition yesterduy urrinl Notices. AVIIKV Till? IIAIK IS THIN and gray rAHK EB'H IIAIIl UAIiAM rmiewsthecrowtb andoolor, PAItRKa'B OlNtiEU T0N10 thebeat cough cure, gitUoioux jfjoticts. ; TMBTOOPOLTTAN TEMPLE, 7th av. and 14 that. j, Itev. B. P. Cadmeu, li. D., pastor, will preach morning and evening; mldaummsr night concert to- I. night, froei cool audltorlumi all weloorne. i p RACK CHUKCU. " " Broadway, oorner lOtib h B A. M nnly Oommunlon. j! 10 A. M. Monitug prayer and aermon, ji 8 P. M. E rnlng jpraycr and aermon. -i All scale free ' F CIlItTSTAI..At Hackrnaack, N. J., on Friday, J July 22, Ellubeth P. Chryetal, wife of the lata 6 John Chrystal, aged SO years. j runeral at her late residence, Sundsy, at 4 P. M. Interment private. MO KI,.-On rtlday, July 32, at Hempstead, L. 1., In ji his 74 th year, Augnste Mod. Kotlie of funeral hereafter. 3 OTl.N.At his residence, Heliport, 1 L, on Trldar i; July 23, 18.18, James Oils, Eet., In the OJd year S of his sgr, J Funrral at Christ's Chapol, Heliport, L. I., Monday, 1 July 25, on arrival of train tearing long Island 1 CltyatetSO A. M. Bueclal train will return to 1 New York lmmsdlatrly after son Ices. ;. rilANKAUD. Suddenly, on Friday, July 22, at i her residence, 27B Clermont avenue, Brooklyn, ) Catharine Walker, wife of the late John Prankard, j Notice uf funeral hereafter. SHAl'OHNrASV.Tbureday afternoon, Willlaw ffj Bhaushiicss'', In the fSlh ) car of his age, after a tjj and If :i lllueiis. S I'uneral fMin hla late residence, 122 West 30th St., !, Monday, July 2r., at 21'. M. 1 rVUK KKS8ICO CEMETKnY.-I'rlYate station. Has. J 1 Jem Uallroadi is minutes' rids from taa ilttSA J H Centralist. Office, lutut41dst I H