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i - I, THE SUN FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 80, 1808.
POINTS IN THE PLAYERS. a taps ox artistic voxbcibxcb to tw popular dbmamb, tenia Jams. BrsdssisSl Ward, 4 . tth KsMr la Play nt ItakHrMnua MtiMtt-rpm WbtN AMmi Awe K Malay a Ua Laagfcter aad fAyplM.. f Fir of the tnuredie of fhke-wer eeO odiwJt of Sheridan aw hi thto week. bn at th Oram! Oner Howe. The ooaiDany baa tare leader. In Louia Jamee. ytdjttil Ward, and Kttkm UHar. Tha man have acquired good standing aa Shakeapeerean laHiMMUaaiui h and tha woman has -Urttn gnlshed herself Mmmw ably la modem roto. fAay and their eompenlon. notably Mr. Langdon. ar. airing perfo naaeaw reapec abVa in merit an Ul gratlv of th manner in which tha -naaurpieoe et thafcaiaaaia wara But on the stage In tha palmy old day ottha aMar Booth, before the romnr Booth mad ft departure Into quieter methoda. Thjay bear the (aet in mind that they are playing In an tehth avenue theatre and that things must be done foretbiy .a an to reaeh tha gattery. Thar hare givn "Julio. Caesar." with Mr. James aa a ragged Brutux, Mr. Ward aa a da eUmatory Mmro Antony, and MtaaKlddaraa the inconsequential wife; "Hamlet." with Mr. Jam m a heavy yet intelligently expoattory Princr. Mr. Ward aa an trapreaaive ghost, and Miss Kidder aa an attitudinising yet clearly intelligent Onneha, and "Othello." with Mr. Jamee an a Moor aavaga In tha 1 aranner af Satvtnl and a many adml W rabla saaampUoa. Mr. Ward, aa an fcgo very ' inaatfant upon pointing tha craft of the vil lain, and Miss Kidder aa a aomevat modern k , yet pleaawg type of Zmdrman. It is curious ohasrve the fair balance which these players atrtve to strike between artistlo oonacleace and oopular demand. They emphasiae tha eonventlons without going away from them. In 'The School for Scandal," however, they go farther to please the multitude, ana some at the scenes In the eomedy are treated fer cleallf. Bat It Is a good week to no to the Orand. because standard plats not often used are being aiven there intelligently and without serious offence to the moat exacting taste. If tha saocsas of a piny depended on tha nlalneaa, of tha performance, "k Bora Cora" , would be tha season's arsatest thus far at the tar Theatre. It may be made a matter of taaocd.ton.thnt tha aiidie eeelangaear anil eft plnuse rise often to a tremendous hubbub. Tha atory.twhtch gets chancee at about tre-minute intervals between vaudeville specialties to re veal itself, la of a saniurium In whieh th pa tlaata suffer more from their treatment than from their die eases. Tha faraa has aa author. Marry Doel Parker, and his effort to be co herent with a plot may have bean earnest. but the vaudeville Interpolation defeat him and at the same time help the show along greatly. Hi personages remain, however. gad among them are a comic waiter, a bogus nobleman, n soggy tramp, a tbeatrleaC'angel.'' an Old sport, and soubrettes ot every kind and sine. Charles Wayne is billed aa the star, hut ha Is rather less) amusing than some of his saiasagnai The popular opinion, to judge by the demonstration of It, la In favor of Jam aUfnSl $oT". tenon!. aSaroM V evening, and he leslisiua himself tromlntro- duolng his old jumping feat. Carrie Soott i appeal, forcibly to th gallery, and works hard Claudia Petite and ElmerHale are of better quality than te usually heard In vaudevllte. The company la composed of entertainers whom OTuw tetovira stage, it surely brings the gallery down. The performance of "A Trip to Africa" at th American last night was different from the ft. Oft Monday." when Mr. Stewart and Mr. ISnaeaaa were forgetful ot their Una. and Mtet . Maentehol had ft dtetrasarol eold. Th light and buoyant music ot Fran a von Suppe is now song finely, and tha ajtlng te oommen surately adequate. Much hard work Is re quired to bring out an opera every week, and v It la wonder that natoreania bIwImBIii are not ottener .uoountered. Th Klralfy warships lte wrecked in the Madison Square Garden. Their naval taction way. absurd, but not email ag. The affair was ft counterfeit ot the original at Karl's Court, London, and too poor to pass oumnt hare. A good duplication la said to be on view in Chicago. A abort play called "Love or Lite." with the authorship aaorlbed to George Tottea Smith. was reviewed in Txa 8r. B. . Stephen writ that a reading ot the article shows th plot to have been taken from his novel. "The Continental Dragoon.' th stsge right, of whieh have been sold to E. H. Sothern. L A ptey meant to depict Japanese lit. as lit erally as Chinese life was shown In "The First Born" and "Th Cat and the Cherub" is to be anted In London. Buon an. experiment was made very elaborately at Lety'e several years ago. but It failed. .... 7 Edward Harrlgan te said to nave engaged Ft Simmons, the prtegjfohter. to appear with son cut down their till posting, believing' that yertisingYin Cleveland a further step In that direction has been taken by restricting the anaee on the walls and abolishing Uthographs En window, altogether. Merchants, reason ably require for the use of thelx showcases adequate payment in seat and will not sub mit to any hindrance in selling these ticket at low rate, thus keeping money out of the box offices. All the American play wrlghUThave been so- WusIteTin VtfflSrtoJrtMSSSmf ft Is not Uxely that the response will bo large or at Oft. of the fiasco in th transfer of popular and found worthless in Chicago. The drama tization te said to have been absurdly orude, on of the delightful atmosphere of the book having been carried to lb. stsge. Minnie Hauk. who was badly bitten te the Up by parrot, and in oonaaqoeno. has not nag in public these three years, is about to re appear. The wound destroyed some tissues ttrt!ttJamrn- tldtoui"J&n. Son or,8e3erSoe!'' The oolaneeor .which" caused discussion. Bhe has, again Indulged in similar exploit in London by declaiming at a " club entertainment a poem entitled Adam 1 ." and Eve." a very daring composition, setting forth that when our first parent, were turned out of Eden they declared an earthly kiss to be I a desirable as a heer.nly crown and that their tore was preferable to paradise. Qtotf. Etlwardes baa ousted Augustin Paly from Daly's Theatre in London temporarily. bat th oueation of permanent control re- mains to be decided by the court. Th hous W was built to be oooupted mainly by tha paly K. company, but that purpose had to b aban- B oonedTand Mr. Edwards. who was to hav need It only a part ot the time for musical Srcea. became practically it sole possessor. H H WlU change (te name in case his ejection of Mr .Daly is legally oonflrmed. Mrs. Facheco, wife of a former Governor of California, believed that the rejection of her plays by managers was bad judgment, and so h. hired actors and a theatre In Sin Fran eiaoo and announced that uhe would produce ten of her iiIhoch In weekly su-esslon The B Miterprlse hsd fnshlonalile countnanee and vva treateii conkldeiutvlr by the lnoal press. hat the audiuiiues dlminUlied ranidiy and she H has given up after three weeks of 111 fortune. Violet Van Bnmgli was regarded, when her. with the K.ndali, ami ugniu with Arthur Bour ebier. as indistiu'.-t In talent, while positive al most to the point of caricature In personal ap Mftranoe: but she has just triumphed In Lou ion with a tragic role In a nihilistic drama, and so it must be that she has nt length found th. right medium for her pecullnr lndlvldual- Ths Marquis of Lome has bought a business tetores In the Curl Kosn tompany of KngMnh Lv afngers and it la aaln (hat several lilrettoa of P hte. With wulo iy Osmond Carr. will lie pro- . Maui-roft. the veteran English actor, has balit a tomb for blmaelt aud Tnsuri oed It with From shadoa-a and fancies to the truth." Sir Arthur Hulllvau's musical art has a liusl- asjas side. He has become a director In a com - aany formed to publish operatle music. Vaaate Ovport Uarted. KosTOK, Sept. 'JO. The funeral of Fanny Davenport look place from Trinity Church this noon in the presence of a larg assemblage. The boqy wus brought from Dnxbury this niornli.g .Mi(iininlcil by Melbourne Itcuow- II. i In husliauil of the actress: bar sisters, llbucn- Dftveanort nnd Mr. C. H. Tiers: Mr. and Mrs. tduui I. Davenport aud Mr. and III.. nilliaiu Seymour and their children. The l.piscnpa! set vice was rM by tb Bv. W. H. Dt-wsrt. assisted Ity the Key, Mr. Bprncamp. Lte. 'rf th tisilbasrers wftr Joseph Jefferson. , Burial a u tu Forest Hills Cemetery. mtmm afaUTM, W!J te ft Btarrvfaw Traaa ny Land Bshaar. to atarglary. Th. man who oaWdfta4ay avMlngTforeed aa antrano. into tha flat ot Osear Sehtegl over Bit deUe-teeaea etor at 847 Broadway. WU Uam.bnrg. and after ha was aaaght by ftBtegva wife refuMd to toll th. potto aay Wng aboat himself, ravaated hte idaatity ya wday before he was arraigned lath. LeeAre mpm PoMm Ooart a the charge of burglary. H. MM Cap. Short of th. Bedford avaaa. atetlonShat hte name waa Prank P. Bakers and that he lived at 187 Brunswick street, Jry City. H I 28 year old. "Poverty drove me to thte." said Eokers. T waa one. a olerh for th. Pennsylvania Ball road, bat through atoknees lost my job. I waa nnabte to find another nlaoa, and to add to my hard lot I was laid up fourteen week wUh rneumattem. Meanwhile my wit. and two ehMdrea warn greatly in want of food. Whaa I left my house on Wednesday morning to amk. another ffort to find work. I mad up my mind if I didn't get employment to ob tate tha mean, tor getting food for my tarn-y-.1 m. to Williamsburg, hoping to And wot. I waa art .uaeamfal and whan I aa.id thte woman, store I saw the hall door open and thought I oould commit a robbery without being detested. After I had forced open a front room door I heard a bell ringing eaugnt'nJ ,0 dM-nol? " Ut' Ttd womv waa nevwarw-oeftSpsTand lflt tuefn-Tbeen forjovartyjl wouldn't be here nowT w"L?n JoKS" was arraigned in court before Kaglstrate Kramer a plea of not guilty waa 2JE&ttf.rhe waa oommltted In default of 000 ball for a hearing on Wednesday, Jk?r tolfth truth when h)iaM his wife and children te Jersey City war. destitute. Wftra brought up in Jersey City. They hav. f"&. B9 4"" BO .W1?". "mo when he I. working he brtegs all hte waa. Borne. H. has Men sick with Inflammatory rheumatism for fourteen weeks. ti did aUI could to eup port h m and the children, but it was a hard Mragale. . H and the children needed my care and I could not devote muoh time to working. My huahand got out of bed on Tuesday for the nt Ume-4n fourteen weeks. He was very weat. On Wedneeday afternoon he said he TSTOiR ?J dtoqk for work. I told him I lidn't think h. waa able to go, but he said that we must have money. Heltrssed me andth. owltood-by. and I have not seen hira since. He te a good man. and an honest man. n'bi?,1T worked for will tell you. H. te willing to work at anything, but he is a driver and has been working around horse moat of th. time. He must have bean des perate to commit suoh a crime. We have pawned arwrythteg in th. hous that we could rate, any nioney on. and you can see that there to wwllttte tett. Tha neighbors have been "Do yon think they will let my husband go? He never stole anything In his life before, and If he did thto time, I know It was tor me and theohUdren. Oh. I wish I could do some- lrdrrr, MSTJS ACCUBKD or ZAltCXNT. Mr. William Stanberry of Scotch Plains and kfra, K. P. Mngere HI Accuser. PXAiNnnxn, N. J.. Hept 39. A man giving the name of Paul Metz and his residence as 209 East Btety-flrst street. Hew Xprk. wss ar reeted thte afternoon at Benner'a Hotel. Fan wood, by Constsbl Walpool on the charge of stealing dlamonda and jewelry belonging to Mr. and Mrs. William Stanberry ot Scotch Plate. Th. theft occurred last Wednesday. when ft te alleged that Mete was at Mr.lSUu berry 'a hous. toning a piano. Mate came to Scotch Plains to-day to attend to th. delivery of a piano at Benner'a Hotel, which he said h. had sold through Mr. Banner's housekeeper. Miss Lizzie Malone. H. waa accompanied by Mr. Pox of New York, who represent, th. Weber-Wheelook Piano Company, and who accompanied Mr. Mete for the purpose of see ing that tha piano wss properly received. Mr. Banner refused to receive the piano. Prank. Allen, who knaps a livery stabl. at Scotch rteina, saw Mete and mm.mb.ring hav ing seen him on tha. day of the theft at Mr. BtaaberryVhome. notified the latter that the man was at Bennor s Hotel. Mr. Stanberry ae oured the services of Constable Walpool. went to the hotel, and arrested Met. in the parlor. Mete protested and asserted his Innocence. Mete waa taken before Justice Clark to an- Brer to the charge made by Mr. Stanberry. e waa committed to await the action of the Orand Jury In default of 8200 bail. Mete was then brought to Plain field to 'answer to a charge preferred by Mrs. N. Pendleton Bog era, who identified him a. the person who had entered her house on Sept. 1 and stolen sil verware. Mara was then taken before Justice Nash, and In default ol 8100 ball was held to await the action ot the Grand Jury on the jharge made by Mrs. Ilogera. Metz denied his guilt in this case also. Mr. Mete says that he waa formerly em ployed by the Fischer Piano Company of New York. Before that time he says that be was employed on a San Francisco newspaper, and that his father, Bernard Metz. Is a New York bloyote dealer. He says he has a wit. and a child at hte New York residence. ALUSOED HHGPLinXH XABBKD. She Is Charged with Stealing Three Bings at Wanamaker'i. A woman who said she waa Emily Ross of 113 West Twelfth street was arrested In Wana maker's store yesterday for shoplifting. Pri vate Detective Blade, testified In Jefferson Market Court that h. aaw the woman take three rings, valued at $10 each, from a counter. He followed her to the elevator near by and there had her arrested by Detective Sergeants Mahoney and Calhoun of the Central Office. Th. ring, ware found on her fingers, he said, and another ring, worth $10. she had ordered sent 0. 0. D. to the address she gave as her residence, where he learned later she was not known. At Police Headquarters the woman was searched aud photographed for the Bogoea' Gallery. Twenty-five pawn tlokets of recent date were found In her possesion, calling for ring, and other jewelry. She explained this, the detectives said, by declaring that she had formerly bean well to do, but hsd lost all her money. In answer to the charge she told Magistrate Deuel that she had taken the three rings to ths light to examlas them, and wa. not far from the jewelry counter. Detective Blades said that he followed the woman fifty feet before topping her. and that she waa hiding the rings under her cloak. Bhe waa held In $1,000 rOLICKMAlf BROMK MB PXPJTA aid to Hav Called Hess an " Old Sheeney," Uhe th Complainant. Isaac Ganz of 100 East 107th street, a night watchman employed by the Sixth .venue street railroad during the change of motive power, appeared before Commissioner Heaa in Police Headquarters yesterday aa complainant against Policeman Bobert F. Cron of th. West Thirtieth street station. Out who te 66 year, old, .aid that on th. nlghte of Aug. 11, 12 and 13 th. policeman broke several day pipes belonging to him. nt ruck him on the head, back and feet with his club and generally abused him. Ganz said that (te asked Cron for hte number, and that the atter butted htm In the face with his helmet and said. "There It te." The old man grew tired of this on Aug. 13 and told Cron that he would report him to Com missioner Hess. "Go ahead." Cron Is reported to have said. 'What do I car. for Hess? H.'. only an old sheeny, tike you.'1 This statement caused a sensation In the trial room. Commissioner Haas referred the case to the full boardT Cron denied tit. complainant's charges. BT. MMJBAWL IX IBM AIR. Oaa Featur ef the Saint's Day in Hoboken's Italian Colony. The feast of St. Michael wo celebrated yes terday by the Italian colony in Hoboken known as Little Italy. The festivities were in charge ot the members of St Michael's Society con nected with St. Francis's Soman Catholic Church. In the evening there was a display of fireworks. At Sixth and Adams streets a small boy, peraonatlng St. Michael, was hoisted in the, air by means of rope, beldby men oon pealed behind chimney, on the roofs of the houses. When the ang.1 " descended he ad drsaaed th crowd imploring thm to be good Brhlya's Tempera. Worn Leaders. At ths annual convention of the Kinga County Woman's Temperance Christian Union in Brooklyn yesterday Mrs. Emma P. Pettingill was unanimously reelected President. The, othir officers were chosen: Mrs. S. Tobias. 3tot?mOfflt l ItrVjaLjr Muteon. I Ueoordteg Secretory: MtesM h. Thompson. Treaaareri Mrs. G. J. Burger, Corresponding SeorHary. THE HARLEM R. R. LEASE. nnrtrrm win ran n. r. cwwtkai. ormm $iAtm a tkam nmxTAU A Stockholder's Aettea Against th Vaagar allta, Cfcanacay M. Depcw and Ota. Hartea ateUread Plteetor. to Ceaaael Tkeaa t A sort she Oeatnaary's Bights. Follow Ins up his circular to hla fallow stock holder In the New York and Harlem Railroad Company, whieh waa' published In Tan Sttg Mat Saturday. Mr. Thorn. Hitchcock has eom meneed an action in the Supreme Con rt against Cornelius Vanderbllt. William K. mdarbllt, Frederick W. YanderMIt OhauneeyM Depew and th. other director, ot th Harlem Com pany, for an Injunction to restrain them from surrendering, aa they propose, to th. Hew York Central Railroad Company. $220,000 out ef the $420,000. year which wlU be saved by refunding at 8K percent the 812,000.000 Har lem 7 per eent eonaolldated mortgage, matur ing May 1. 1900. Mr. Hitchcock's counsel te Charles A. Collin. Esq.. lately profsor ot taw in Cornell University, and now junior part ner te the law firm ot Bhaahan A Collin, ot 89 Nassau street. William P. Shsenan. Esq.. re- Sintly Lieutenant-Governor of this State, b g the nlor member. The complaint In the action, after reciting the note of the eaae. and, setting forth the va rlou. proceeding of th. Harlem dlrectora. prays judgment: nrst-Thstataua right sad daty of aiaKsrlam Oompany and ike defendants as director! thereof to assert and tit ah ay tha payment sad retirement of said erasolidsted mortgage bonds by the Harlem Oeataaay. Second That it is competent for th Harlem Com pany to mat provision for ta payment and retire meat of said eoseoHdsted mornyaa bonds brth isstis of aald new ant moiteM bonds seeared te manner and form as in ths oomplalnt est forte. Third That apon ths payment of said eoaeaU dated mortgage bonds by said Harlem Company H will be entitled during the unexpired term of said lease to collect sad receive ananslly from said Cen tral Company as part of ths annual rental reserved in the lease the earn of sight hundred sad forty, uooasnd doners (tMO.OOO), the equivalent of T per rest Internet annually on aald consolidated mort gage beads. Fourth That the proposed amendment and altera tion of aald lease and redaction of rental eoastttutes wsete of the property, aseets and effects of the Har lem Company, and will. If oonrammated, be a breach of trust on the part et the defendant, the Harlem Company, aad of the indtvuraal defendants, and each of them, and a violation of tha rights and s sseriteeof the Interests of the stockholders of aald company. Fifth That the Harlem Company, its omoers and agents aad each of them be perpetually enjoined and restrained from executing or entering Into said proposed supplemental contract or any eon tract or agreement redaoteg the rental isssrud by the leass in said sum et two hundred sad twenty thousand dollars (1320.000) annually or in any other sum. except with the unanimous consent of ths stockholders of the Harlem Company. Sixth That the said individual defendants sad each of them ss directors of the Harlem Company be perpetually enjoined and restrained from authoris ing or ooaseatlng te ths ezeouttsa ot said propoaed supplemental oontract, or any oon tract or agreement reduolngaald rental aa aforeeald or in any other sum except with the unanimous consent of ths stockholders of the Harlem Company. Seventh That the plaintiff have suoh ether, further or different Judgment or relief ss may be just and equitable. A meeting of the Harlem stockholders has been called for Oct. 0. at noon, at the Grand Central Station, to vote upon the proposition to reduce the rental paid by the New York Oen tral under its lease of the Harlem property. The directors and their friends wlllvote for It upon about $4.000.000 of the , $10.000.000 icapl taT of the company. Mr. Hitchcock and Mr. Collin are receiving, every day. proxies from stockholders opposed to the redurtlonmidlf they get them to the amount ot $2,000,000. the scneme will be defeated for lack of the necessary two-thirds vote in lte favor. jr., sr. r. Bitixoa cross suit. The Railroad Wants the Mercantile Trust Company Removed as Trustee. The Missouri. Kansas and Texas Railroad Company and some of the holder, of lte second mortgage 4 per oent. gold bond. hav. brought a cross suit in the United States Circuit Court against the Mercantile Trust Company to re move it from the trusteeship of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas road. Thto action 1. in effect an answer to the suit brought by th. Mercantile Trust Company to compel the rail road company to pay the interest on lte second mortgage bonds, the particular, of which have been published In The Suk. In the cross suit violation of trust is charged against the trust company, and it !s aliased that Kussell Sago to the only hotter ot tue sec ond mortgage coupons at whree reaucat the Mercantile Trust Company ingcituted its suit, his purpose being, it 1a averted, to compel payment upon a number of interest coupons which he had acquired at small cost Vermont Central Beorgnnlsattea. Boston, Bept 29. An agreement waa mad. to-day by whioh all opposition to the imme diate reorganization of th. Central Vermont Company will be withdrawn. The plan ac cepted by the first mortgage bondholders and Grand Trunk Railway Company will be carried 8ut with such modifications as will give the ret mortgage bondholders par In new first mortgage 4 per oent. twenty-one-year gold bonds. The Interest will be guaranteed by a traffic oontract with the Grand Trunk Company. CABPtUtTIVWAJlKT, Bridegroom Tells a Jersey Justice That He Is a New York Broker. Two women, one elderly and the other about 30 years old, accompanied by a middle-aged man. drove to the office of Justice of the Peace Mae. In Oakland avenue. Jersey City, yester day, and the man asked Justice Maes If h. would perform a marrlago ceremony. The Justice was willing and the man Introduced hlnisiiif as George J. Casper of this city, a brokor. Justice Maes refuses to give his ad dress. The younger of the women, who be came the bride. wa MIhh Margaret Tlffaney of 2U0 Clinton street. Newark, and her companion was Mrs. Van Bant, also of Newark. Knslgn Ralph Karle Takes a Bride. Annipoi.ih. Md.. Sept. 20. Ensign Ralph Earle. U. S. N.. and Miss Janet F. Schenck. daughter of Fay Director Casper Schenok. U. 8. N.. were married to-day at the Naval Academy chapel, t'haplniu H. H. Clark per- Srmpd the ceremony. The brlilcninuiils wsre Is Lambsrton. Mlitx Nelnon.Mlae Craven and Mtos Burnham. Charles B. Earle. or Worces ter. Mass.. was heat roan. The bridegroom 1. stationed on the cruiser San Frauclaco. arjrJK I'AVLMIKH'B VICTIM. M. Olivier Is Improving and His Assailant Is Out on Ball. Aseael Catie Oupstca la Tea Sim. Pjlbi., Sept. 20. M. Olivier, secretary to th. editor of the newspaper l.a Lauitrne. who waa ahot by Mine. Paulmlor in consequence of an article whieh appeared In that paper reflecting on Mine. Paulmier and her husband, to Improv ing. Mme. Paulmier has been admitted to bail. Her husband challenged M. Mtllerntid, editor of La Lanitrnr. to light a dual, but it court of honor decided that M. MUlerand was not re sponsible tor the offensive article, it having been written by an assistant editor named Turot. whom M. Paulmier considers too ob cure a person for him to meet ou the field of honor. The artlole whioh caused all th. trouble was occasioned by a letter written -by M. Paulmier, who to . wall-known member of the Chamber of Deputies, to the member, of th. Cubical who are hostile to a rertelonot tha Dreyfus eaae. praising them for their patriotism. A Railroad fresn th Caspian to Khiva. Sptatal CabU DwboKS te Ta Son. Br. Pbtbbw.ubo. Sept. 28. A railroad 1. pro jected from Krasnovodak. on tha Caspian Sea, to Khiva. No subvention will be required for th. construction of th. Hue. a. it to calculated that the transportation ot K,hlvan cotton and other produce will make the railroad Immedi ately profitable. London's Haw Lard Mayor, Aaasai OafcU Wtajilat Tax oa. Lomdom, bept. ae.-fllr John Voce Moore, Alderman for the Oandtewiek ward, waa to-day tested Lord Mayor of London to succeed Lj.nt.-Col Horatio David Dgviaa. j BuwM"aaf' Daunr op qvkui lovib. The Aged Cnrt of Una Christian ef Denmark Fa Quietly Away. teaKal OsMi risan ts Tan tee. OoraKRaOBK. Sept. 20. Queen Louis of Denmark, who had been seriously 111 for some Mm. peat, died at 5:30 o'clock thl. morjtng. All of the members of tha royal family were at the bedside at the time of her death. Thess comprised King Christian IX of Denmark, the Dowager Empress of Rusaia. th. King and Quean of Greece, ths Princes of Wale, the Lnk. and Duchess of Cumberland (Princess Thyra of Denmark, th. Crown Prince .ad Prlneeei of Denmark. Prince and Princess Waldemar of Denmark, the Crown Prince and Prince, of Greece. Prince aad Princess Charles of Denmark (grandson of tha Queen end Prineees Maud of Wales), as well aa the younger member, of thd family. Th. Queen pasaed away peaoefully. Her Majesty's health had been failing for several montha. and her condition became so serious that th. absent member, of th. family were summoned to Copenhagen about eight weeks ago by a message so urgent that th Princess ot Wale, left England vary hurriedly for her mother, bedside. Later th Queen rallied, and her condition was so Improved a. to enable her to receive guests upon th. occasion of her eighty-first birthday, which occurred on Sept 7. A marked change in her condition became notloeeble at the beginning of th week, and herahy.leian.wme compelled to use oxygen to facilitate respiration. The Queen lost con sciousness yesterday morning, and remained In that state until th. Md. Th. Queen died ot no special disease, but merely of decrepitude and general debility In cident to old new. On Wednesday her Majesty at times seemed to recover consciousness for a moment, but was unable to .peak. King Christian, the King of Greece and the Princess ot Wale, for many hours In turn held the hand. of th. dying Queen. Th. King waa moved to tears, and when th doctors begged him to withdraw and rest he replied: " I will iter at leant while th. Queen I. con scious." Last night th. Queen slept throughout. All of the newspapers Issue extra editlops, and .yen the moat radical journals contain highly euloglstlo and sympathetic articles. Flag, are at half mast throughout th. city and mourning draperies are generally dis played. The schools hav. bean closed, and all amusements and entertainments suspended. Lodo, Sept 29. The new. of th. death of the Queen of Denmark was received here with feeling, of deep regret Already there have been many callers at th. Danish Legation to express their sorrow. The late Queen waa bom on Sept. 7. 1817. She was one of the daughters ot Landgrave Wil helm of Hesse-Cassel. When she was 24 years old she waa married to the fourth son of the late Duke Wllhelm of Sohleswlg-Holsteln-Sond.rburg-Gluok.barg. who, by the Danish tow ot succession, succeeded to the throne of Denmark in 1863. The royal couple had. six children, and by their marriage two of them became allied with th. greatest reigning fam ilies of Europe. Princess Alexandra married the Prince of Wales and Princess Marie Dagmar became the wife of the late Alexander III.. Em peror of Russia. The third child ot the King and Queen, Prince Wllhelm. waa elected King ot the Hellene, by the Greek National Assembly on March 31. 1803, under the title of George I. , Alexander III. ot Russia particularly en joyed th. annual family reunions st the oountry home of the Queen, where royslties from vari ous countries who were related to tha family ware in the habit of living In democratic free dom and simplicity. Through her relationship In other courts the Queen, who waa a very Llnd-hearted and attractive personality, waa reputed to have occasionally some influence upon international affairs. Official Notice of Queen Louise's Death. Wabhikotos. Sept 28. This telegram, offi cially announcing the death of the Queen ot Denmark, wa. received at th. State Depart ment to-day: "Ban H abbob. Me.. Sept 29. -MtenUrvofatuU, WoiMtioton: " I have the painful duty to Inform your Ex cellency of the death of har Majesty the Queen of Denmark, deceased this rooming. Bltus. Danish Minister." The President's Messaar ef Condolence. WABHTjtoTOK. Sept. 29. The President to night, upon receiving notice ot the death of the Queen of Denmark, sent the following cable gram ot condolence: " Washington. Bept. 20. "Bit tratefy CArtitien IS.. Kino of Prnmari. Copm tafia: I offer your Majesty my elncers condolence In the bereavement you suffer by the death of your esteemed consort. " William MoKinlbt. " President ot the United States." EUROPE'S ULTIMATUM. Turkish Troops aad Officials Must B With drawn from Crete Next Month. BptcM CabU Duvoteku te Tas Son. Athens. Sept. 29. A joint note of the powers, which has been presented to the Sultan, de mands that the Turkish troops and officials be withdrawn from Crete during October. Paris. Sept. 20. It is declared with soms authority that a joint ultimatum from Great Britain. France. Russia, and Italy was pre sented to the Sultan on Thursday Insisting that order be restored in Crete or otherwise th. powers would take the measures necessary to establish order in the island. Candia. Sept. 29. Edhem Pasha has re turned to Turkey, being succeeded In the Gov ernorship of Candia by Chefki Bey. who was the chief oulprit in the outbreak that occurred on Sept. 6. and who thus escapes punishment. Even the local beys are shocked by this evasion of justice. Barely five thousand firearms have yet been surrendered by the Moslems In compliance with tha demand of the Britiah Admiral. A house-to-house search is contemplated. Djevad Pasha, the Military Governor, has consented to withdraw the Ottoman troops In the town to the suburbs. After this is done the British will occupy the town. GOrERNOR-OKXKRAT. OF BOVDAN. It Is Said That Gen. Kitchener Will Be Ap pointed to That Onto, oyietel CabU Dupatck fe Tas Boa. London. Sept. 29.-A despatch to th. 7W QrapK from Cairo My. that Gen. Kltohener will be appointed first Governor-General of th. Soudan. Th. despatch adds that Major Marohand was unabl. to .how Gen. Kltohener any authoriza tion from Franoe to claim the country about Faahoda. A despatch to the Daily Mail from Cape Town says that Gen. Kitchener, commanding ths Anglo-Egyptian sxpedttlon In the Soudan, has cabled to Call Rhodes, whoa, views on Eng lish axpanalon in Africa are well known, that h. has established a post south of Faahoda. aad asking. " When are yon coming up 7" BVVTIXQ rOB DR. QUILB-OMM. Th Waaaaa Supposed te B She Ha Freb ably Gone te the Ceatlaaat. ayerisl CsMe DuaaM at Tan .UN. London. Sept. 29,-It te Mid that th. polio. are not yat certain that th. woman calling her self Mrs. Wilbur ot Los Angeles. Cal.. who ar rived at Liverpool from Montreal on Tuesday morning and immediately came to London, la really Mr. Dr. Naney Guilford of Bridgeport, Conn. It to Mid that although aha was shad owed by Scotland Yard men from Liverpool to London th. nolle, are not now .war. ot her whereabout. The Scotland Yard authorittea received a cablegram from Mew York teat .vtalng com municating a warrant for th. arrest of Dr. Nancy Guilford and a corresponding warrant wm Issued hare thto morning. It to believed that the fugitive, te the parson ot -Hit Wil bur." bu gone to the Continent IteteoUv. Froeet of BooUand Yardauddenly tett London. 'ZEAik Stwpssfitei off th trash. The woman left toe hotel in a cab and neither ah. nor the vehicle has since been triced. One ot the woman's fellow pas sengers on the Vancouver My.: Th. woman waa about 60 year. old. She had a terribly wnlteoomptsxtoo and gray hair aud wore r- ESHBAUGH DISAPPEARS. MOT BKKff BlUriC BIB XKW EHOr.AKB j.oax aso trvbt comrAnr rAir.mn. Walked Oat ef the Oteee That aratag Leaving Desk Opn, letters Varead Nothing Wreag IMseovered Filings Think HI Mlad Temporarily Dtstwrhed. Daniel 0. Eshbangh. President of th. New England Loan and Trnst Company, has been missing since Monday morning. Th. failure of the trust company wm announced th. same morning, and th. company went Into th. hands ot Otto T. Bannard. who was appointed receiver by Judge Shlpman of th United States Circuit Court. At about halt pate 9 o'olocr. thr.t morning Mr. Eshbangh was at hte desk In hi. private office. Shortly afterward h. wm Men by th. clerks In th outer office to Imv. the building. He left his desg open, and hi. morning mall had not bsta touched. He has not been seen since. Mr. 0. H. Johnson, a lawyer, with offices at 31 Naasau street who lives In Moutolalr, tha home of Mr. Eshbangh. and who is a personal friend of th. missing man, WM Man In Mont elalr last night. H. said : "Mr. Eahbaugh's disappearance lias caused muoh anxiety to his family, and a thorough at tempt will be made to find him. He has been greatly worried all the summer over th. con dition of the trust opmpaur'. affaire, and .hu overexerted himself to straighten them out, His friends have noticed his condition and tried to prevail upon him to take a rest, but he would not we all think that he wm on the verge of mental enllape., and that the neceMt ty of the appointment of a receiver for the company's Interests WM ths test straw. Mr. Eshtiaugh has been prominent in many way. In Monlclalr. He is a dtreotor in th. Monte air State Bank and a member of the First Congregational Church. He wa. .ton. time President of th. Montclalr Young Men'. Christian Association, and has been fore most n promoting th. waiter, of btohom. town. We ha vc no doubt that he will soon reap- Kar and that bis absence will be found to have en due to a temporarily disordered mind." , Mr. Bannard, the receiver of the New Eng land Loan and Trust Company, was found st the offices of the company and Mid that there had been no discovery ot Irregularities in President Eshbetigh's affair. Mr. Eahbaugh's papers, reports, and book. seem to be alT right?' said he, ''with tha ex ception of the false idea whioh they give of the state of the concern, which is due to ehansed conditions, and not to any wilful pr rerslon of facts. There te no evidence to mow that Mr. Eshbangh wm not perfectly upright DR. JOM BALL'S FUXKRAT Arrangements Mad la Anticipation of th Arrival of the Body To-morrow. The final arrangements for the funeral of th. Bev. Dr. John Hall, late paator ot th. Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, were decided upon at a meeting of the committee in charge, held last night in th. trustees' room of ths church. Dr. Hall', body will arrive on th. Etrurlo, which to due to-morrow. On Tue day afternoon at 3 o'clock funeral services will be held at the church and on the following day the body will be. Interred in Greenwood Ceme tery, without further public ceremony. The services on Tuesday will be conducted by tb. B.v. Wallace Radoliffe. D. D.. Modera tor of the General Aasembly of the Presby terian Church, the Bev. William M. Paxton. D. D ot Princeton Theological Seminary, who preached th. installation ssrmon in 1807 when Dr. Hall took charge ot th. Fifth Avanu. Church; the Bev. Hugh Pritchard. pastor of the Alexander Chapel of the church, and tha Rev. I. H. FolhemuB, D. D.. pastor of the Sixty sixth Street Mission. The first two clergy men will deliver addresses. The following honorary pallbearers have been appointed: The Bev. Timothy Dwight. D. D.. LL D.. President oOte UiMv.rsIty the Bev. Francis L. Patton. D. D. LL. D. Pres ident of Princeton University; to. Bev. Henry M. MacCraoken. D. p.. LL. p.. Chancellor of the University of New York ; Jacob .Gould Bohurman. LL- D.. President of Cornell Uni versity; Bobert Bonner. President of the Scotch-Irish Society; the Bev. Charles L. Thompson, D. D.. Secretary ot ths Board ot Horn. Missions, of whieh Dr. Hall was Presi dent: lllshop John P. Newman. D. P.. I3rp.. Riohard 8. Storrs, D. D.. pastor of the Church ot th. Pilgrims : the Bev. John W. Brown. D.D. . rector ot St. Thomas's Church ; the Bev. Rob ert 8. MaoArthur, paator of -Calvary Baptist Church: the Rev. William T. Sabine. D. p.. rector of the First Reformed Episcopal Church, and the Rev. Abbot E. Klttredge. D. D., pastor of the Madison Aventts Reformed Church. The body of the church will probably be filled by the numerous organizations whioh will send delegates. Members of the congre gation will be admitted at the door of the lec turu room ot the church on Fifty-fifth street from to 2:40 P. M. After that hour the doors will be thrown open to the public. Special delegations from churches, theological semina ries and societies all over the country hav. asked for seats, H. Kd wards Rowland. Chairman of the Com- gittee on Arrangements. Mid attar th. moet g last night that It bad been decided at the meeting of 'he Presbytery that no act Inn should be taken at present on the question of Dr. Hall's successor. The rumor, which hav. named several clergymen M probable occu pants ot the Fifth Avenue pulpit were with out foundation, he added, and no meeting la favorZof the Rev. Alexander Coonellot London had been held at Mr. Alexander's home In Seabrlghi, u waa reported in a morning paper yesterday. CBXF WKMXW DEAD. He Waa One of the Bast-Known Cooks la Town Employed by Dlmoaloo and Nherry- Fraucls Xavler Werte, 67 year, old, on. of th. best-known chefs in town, died suddenly on Wednesday evening at his home at 30 West Nineteenth street of heart disease. Mr. Wertz, who wm a native of Alsace, cam. to thto ooun try thirty years .go and got a job at Dalmonl co'sas a pastry cook. From Delmonloo's h. went to the Brevoort Houm m head pastry cook, and a few years later he changed quar ters for the Windsor Hotel where he remained a number ot years. Eight yearn ago Wertz became hand chef at Sherry's, where he remained until about a year ago. when ho took charge of the culinary department of the Fifth Avenue Hotel. In the spring of this year he went to Alsace forth, benefit of his health, returning here at the end of May, when he went to tho West End Cot tages In Long Iliancli ns head chef. Chef Wertz wax regarded as an artist by hi fellow chefa lu this city. He was a yearly ex hibitor at the French Cooks' Ball, where his work wm admired. Obituary Notes. Bobert J. Klllgore, editor of th. Hunterdon County Ihmiocrat. died at his home, on Mate Street, in Flemington. N. J., at noon yester ay after a brief illness. Mr. Klllgore wm a firomliient Democrat and was well known hrpughotit the State. He was born Feb. lit. 1820. Tn Mason county. Ky.. and in into re moved to Hunterdon county, N. J. He was elected Surrogate in 1870 and held tb office for five years. On Oct, 1. 1875. be purchased the Hunterdon County Democrat At one time he wm President of the New Jersey Editorial Association, nix children survive him. William KlngMford. the Canadian historian and olvll engineer, died at hie residence In Ot tawa yesterday He was 79 year, old and was born In Ixndn, England. H. followed his profession both In the United States and Canada, notably In connection with the Iji chlne Canal, toe Hudson River Railroad and the Victoria Bridge across tho St. Lawrence. He was subsequently iu charge of the harbor works of ths provinces of Outarlo and Quebec. Hla chief literary undertaking wis the His tory ot Canada up to the time of the union ot Upper and Loner Canada. James Komerc Cadmus, a life-long resident ot Bayoone. and sdeeoendsut of a family prom inent since colonial times In th. history of Hud son county's peninsula, died yesterday at his home on Avenue C after a lingering Illness. He was born on May 1. 1847. and wm a eon of the late Richard Cadmus. H Is survived by one sister, two soiib, and two daughter. His funeral will be held this afternoon, the inter ment being In the old burying ground on Jer Nf City Heights. Samuel Weeks of 040 Madison sveuue died suddenly ot heart disease lest night, at the age of 88 years. He wm the son of Samuel Weeks and the nephew of Jacob Weeks. He wm the owner of an excellent stable, and drove his own horses. A prominent member of the Sun urban Biding and Driving, Club, he was an old time associate of Robert Bonner and Col. Law rence Kip. William H. Babooqk. th Hartford. Conn.. aanagerof the Southern Jiew EnglaudTala kone Company, died at Indianapolis yester day of cancer of tha. tongue. He was S year old and a member of the Putnam Phalanx. Louis A. Heet.60 years old. supurtnteedent of Speer's Morgue in Jersey City for twenty one years, dief on Wednesday even I c at hie bom. 2 Randolph avenue, of cerebral apoplexy. A widow and daughter survive him. Coadelearee from ta America Embassy. anapel Osslf XtuaeaA Taa.os. London. Sept. 29. The American Embassy hu cabled a message of sympathy and ooa dol.no. to ta. family of ta. tot. Ambassador Thomas V. Bayard. WOBOBtrBBfH MPBtC TumrtVA, Well-Knnwn Comeoiltleaa ateadarad with MlweTawaVC ffH4rwVM woecmrnrii. Mam.. Sept. 29. The musical festival programmes were se plainly marked to-day by famlMatrty yesterday they ware by novelty. Contrast WM further heightened by an agreeable atmosphere of success. The chief rent of the afternoon concert waa the appear ance of Fratleln Adele An Der One In Schu mann. A minor concerto. A. alwaya, she met th demands of the occasion fo the entire satis faction of the moat exacting teat. The or chestra played Mozart's " Magic Plate " over ture and th. Brahms Symphony No. 2. Mr. DudlevBnek. Jreangn aria from " Eemer- In the evening there was a miscellaneous programme, which aroused unexpected enthu slMtn. Jt was . wry strong concrrt of the kind. Ffrangeon Dsviee. Gerteiid liny Stein. Evan WUllims and ttedakl wro the singers, and It wouldbe difficult to overstate thede- Eof auceewi attained by any one of them, otiorne, too, novien itself and gave a lent rendering of an excerpt from " Tsnn hanacr."sod thcorehaatra wm heard at Its best Ineeveral short numbers. The festival will come to an end to-morrow with .symphonic concert In the afternoon and Parker, mosslvs "Horn Novtsstma" In the evening. WAXCBMAX JOSKB'B DEATB. Four Men Accused of Assault May Wave to toad Trial for Murder. BomBtMt, N. J.. Sept. 20.-Hnry Jones, night watchmaa of th. Pennsylvania Railroad station at East Millstone, who wm found on Sept. 17 In an empty box car. where be had been thrown by four masked men who had bound and robbed him the previous night, dted at his horn, in Mlllatonc at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Jones, who was 00 years old, never fully recovered from the effects of the assault. Me returned to duty three da ys ago. Yesterdey afternoon he wan nt the East Mill stone station. He stopped to talk with the ticket agent apd complained of feeling III. Plac ing his hand upon his chest he said : " If this pain her don't stop I'll have to glvs up. Ithas Dean there ever aince the night they hurt me and it's growing worse," He turned from I ho station and walked up the strest to his home, where he ssnk down on the front porch. He Constable '..'"f.'Wall.r. Thomas Shine. Thomas Wright and Jerry Washington ate now In jail here charged with tho assault and robbery of Jones and also of robbing the Mill stone station. XOUOB BIDER WIXM A BRIDE, Th Result of Trooper JopUag's Ttelt te Miss Shaver's Haa te Jersey City. Cal Jopllng of New Mexico, one of Roose velt's rough riders, who had no opportunity to be successful in war because be wss in the de tachment ot the regiment which waa left at Tampa. hM proved himself successful In lov. and will take a bride with him to hte ranch. The detachment, which waa under command of Capt. McGinnls. spent neveral day. in th. Fourth Regiment Armory la Jersey City about a month .go. Jopllng wm invited to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sbav.r. 8 Thomas street Th. Shavers hare a daughter Alice. 21 year. old. and she and the roush rider mutually admired each other. When t he regiment wss mustered out Jopllngreturned to Jersey City. On Tuesday last the young couple earn, to this city and were married by the Bev. Jesse F. Forbes, pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Twenty-seventh street, between Second and Third avenuen. Jopllng and his bride will start for New Mexico to-day. crrr officials ax odds. One Charges the Other with Burglary Magistrate Braaa Lets Alleged Burglar Uo. John Hanna. the foreman in charge of ma terials Mixed by th. Bureau ol Incumbrances, which are stored In the yard at 111 vington and Tompkins at reels, was arraigned in the Essex Market Court yesterday on a charge of burglary made by Martin Weir, superintendent of sewers, in the same yard. Both men claim th. headship of the yard, and have a dispute of long standing ovor their rights in the office In the corner of it Weir occupies most of the office and Hanna hM a desk in one corner. Hsn nn found th. front door of this office locked yesterday, and. entering by the rear, broke it open with an axe. Weir went to the Union Market police atetion and had a detective sent around to spot some robberies he said were going on. Th. detective reported nothing sus picious, and tben Weir made a direct complaint against Hanna. who was arrested. Before Magi.tr.to Brann Hanna admitted that ha broke the door, and then began to dispute with Weir over their respective right. Tb. Magistrate dismiased the case. TROLLEY BITS PATROL WAOOX. The Driver aad Another Policeman Injured Wagon Badly Damaged. The police patrol wagon of the Eldridge street station wm run down by a Madison avenue trolley ear last night at Broome and Mulberry street. The car was crossing Mulberry street when It struok the wagon, whioh waa going through Mulberry street. The wagon wm up set. Th. driver. Policeman Timothy O'Leary. wm thrown to the pavement and severely In jured. He clung to the reins and was dragged along th. .treat a distance of fifty feet. 7vn9 horses were .topped by Joseph MoDonaldot lH Elteabeth street. Policeman Oscar Hubbard, who WM tn th. wagon, wm knocked about and severely bruised. An ambulance from St. Vincent'. Hoapltel wa. called and Policeman O'Leary waa removed to the atetion bouse and later tu hi. borne. Th. wagon wm badly damaged. Mrs. Wlnslnw's Soothing Syrup tor children teething softens the sums, reduces ialammsnon, allays pain, cures windcollc, duurhiss. 26c. a bottle. DBVBT-SAMDS.-Ai ths First Congregational Church, Hiiydeavllle, Mass.. Bept 37, 18M, by Bev. Mr. Harding and Hav. Mr. Buck. Josephine Btrsttoa Sands, daughter of the late Dr. Henry B. Sends of Mew York, to V. W. lhnuy of Now Tork. SOHBOEDKB- I.AUBEN HEIMKB. - On Wednesday, Sept. 28, taws, by the Bav. B. W. Hoffmann. Sophia Laubeaheuner to Frederick W. venroeder. all of Brooklyn. ABNE. Henry Abas, aged 37. beloved son of Mrs. M. Ahee, psased sway Tuesday, orpt. 37, st 6:80 P.M. Funoial services at his late residence, M West 1 1th st. Friday. Sept. .J. I.M.. st liso F. M. . BKLMONT.-In Paris, on Sspt. 37. Beasts Hamil ton Moigan, wife of August Belmont, la ths lath jssr of her sge. notice of fuueial hereafter. HALL. - lu Beagor, Inland, on Saturday, Sept. 17. leus, the Bev. John Ball. I). V. sod IX.D.. paster of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterlsa Church, New York. Funeral services at the o.ureb oa Tuesday, Oot. 4, at 8 o'clock P. M, Friend will kindly refrain from sending flowers. Members of the ooagre gstlon will be admitted at the lecture room door, on fif.th St.. from 3 W 3:4. P. M.. after which hour the doors will be thrown open to the public. HOl.UKOOK . At BraUUboro. Ft, Sept. 3ft. Anns Morrison, wlfa of William C. Uolbrook and dsughter of tee lata Thomas C. Chalmers. M. O. Notice of funeral hereafter. LVDI.AM.AI Oyster Bay. Long Island, on Tues day. Bept 37, Msrah Helsu Carliai t, wife of the late Jam i a M. Ludlaei. la ths 76th year at har eg' Bolatlvsa sad friends are invited to attend the funeral from her lata residence at lu'0 o'clock on Friday eft . rm ou. Bept SO. Interment at con venience of family . FHlLI4Fo.-Sudd.nly. at Bocky Hill. N. J., Oeorge W. turnips. Actuary of the Rqultabie Life Assur ance Society of tlo U.ited Slstea. Funeral st Bocky Hill at 8 o'clock F. M. to-day tFridayi. Special train t and from BurkyHIU will lsavi at 13:60 from 33d St. fsrry and 1 o'clock from the Uertiaudt st. ferry of ths Fus sylvsnia Ballruad. aUCUAMLMMlN .-Suddenly, on Wednesday. Sept. 28, ISM. Thoaaas Hayaer Bichsrilson. only child of Or. Waldo H. aad M. Clara UUnardaoa. Funeral strvios at ths itsideae of his parent. 7. Wsaaiagten place, this tFriday; evsaing, Sept. W. at . o'clock. VANDKMVKKB.-OB Tuesday, lept 37, el hi. hum. Monroe, Orange oouuty, V. I .. Dr. Joan R. Vaadrivear, formerly of BOX Carlton av Brooklyn, io the loth year of hie age. Interment at cub vesicae of family. WKKU. Suddenly, at his reaidsnes. Me Msdl MB av.. en Thursday. Sept. , Samuel Weeks, sged 6 years, atettee ef fnaeral as sfMg, Yes, $ B I)erbys for $8. Haven't wb a right to spesk with confidence ot what lnti been pro-en vre hnve eold $5 Derbys for $8, thNiMfJt of them to all kinds of men, aad' not 50 have ever been wtaiwed in spite of our offer of " your I money back." I Opera hats, silk hate, Alpine golf hats and caps as well. I Q os. Our variety in Fall overcoat is almost tantalizing SO differ I ent sorts in covert cloths alone; m $14 to $80. Shoes. Yesterday we proved that I newspaper pictures won't do our new shoe " Model " justice it'e . too good. It's the handsomest B shoe ever seen at the price $5. M Rogers, Pkct & Got I Prince end Broadway. War 1 1 anil Broad iv. Thirty -eecoad aad Broadway. KIPLINQVS I NEW I BOOK I IheOai'sM'' I lit Ufg Eiitlsn eisMttt. tobri aiklktUM. J M is it wl iillHtl laeal j iHwBVVfwslnVe The publisliers hme not been able to keep up with the tremen- dous advance demand for Mr. ; Kipling's new book, but a third , edition is now on the press, and , it is expected that all booksellers will be supplied by the end of ths ' week. 9 Dou.le.ay & IcClirt Ci. I I 141-155 East 25th Street, N. Y. , ,. Hi MARINE IXTBLISOBXCX. a OAT u at.wi.tn IBS my. H gunrlsea.... 66S8unsU. 6 451 Moons!.. Sge atea w-isa isu ear. SasdyHook. 7 31 I Oov.Isl'd. S 01 1 Bail dels. M j nfl Arrived T ajD-t Bevt. 10. IT. 8. auxiliary cruiser Kanawha, Fleteher. jToeMbb S LahD. Pohl. Bontliamptoa Sept. 11 . Ba PenoUnd, Albreoht, Southampton 8pt. 17. MM He Dunblane. aTrotaeroe. Algiers. SU. H. Malar, Von BoreHBresii. AbbasU. Tblsnich. Trieste. A, ! Be Com.rlc, Kennedy, Greenock. He Delke BlckueraTBahle, Hamburg. Ss livorao. Bods. Bio Jan alia. I Be DopM-t Souter. Nassau. V y.- I Mat las arrivals ess VKst IHsjsJ .aaivxo o 8a Fuerst Bismarck, from New Tork. st Eambmm Be Hpaarudsm. from New York, at Botterdam. 8 KxeUr City, from Mew Tork, at Bristol. 8 Ueorglan. from new York, at London. Be I u: xawanna. tram New York, at AveaawaaV Be Hhyalaud, from New York, at SonthamptQB. Be Noiue, from New York, at Btsttln. R 8 Montank. from New York, alAlgeaaag. 8e hordkyn. from New York, at Bremen Be Powhatan, from new York, st Trieste. 8s Homsu Prince, from New York, at antes. Ha Britiah queen, from New Tork, at Antwerp. 8 Pennsylvania, from New York, at Baaabaag. Bs BotUjrde-n. froia New York, si Bo ttsrdsax, Bs Tbalc nliorat, from New York, at Bremen. ' B. H Be a'erra, from New York, at Maple. ' , " 8 Gottfried, from N.w York, st Bt. Miaha. 8 Pccotiic, from New York, st Palermo. Bs flumlnense, from Mw Tork, at Pars. " ' y '3 '. ili I H.kls. from Xsw York for Oonenksges, aan4 Dunaet Bead. Sgs Be Batouu, from Maw York for London, pasaaS , v am Prawl Point. . mm I Teanekobl. from Bsmkosg for New York, mM Zt1 Dungeness. H Si u.sD raoM roaaioa roar. Be Male stic. from Queensto wn for Mew York. Be Btaisndsm, from Rotterdam for New York. a Tuscarar. from London for Mw York. HPf am Winifreds, from Tondea for new York. . Tartar Prince, from Naples for New York. Htrathalleu. from Dunkirk for Nrw York. I Be Palls of Keltic, from Greenock for Mew York. Be Tsutalus. from Livsrpool for Nsw York. aiLii) raoM noHMTU roara. as lempssas, from Galveston for Mew York. Be Seminole, from Jseksonvlll for New York. OUT OOUt. STSeMSall. v y,. H Bait To-Day. MHU Ohm. Viuel 4 BUteof N'ebraeks.01sgow llOOil jlV I Vacedoula. Progreso 1 00 P M oifg ''ft! Hlo Grande, Bruuawlck .0.PM AUronquln, Charleston 100 PM MB Alliance. Colon 1300 M 1 00 P Bail le-Aferie. La Gasoogn. Havre 7 0OAM lDOOlH Lucania. IJvcriiool 1100 AM a IK) P M Botterdam. Itof trdui . . . 8 oil A M 10 00 1 H PennUnil. Bou thampton logo A If 120OM Island, (nirlsuisand 1100 AM 100 PM' Kaissr Wilbelm II.. Naples V 00 A M 11 OP A M Marquette. London u 00 A M Buffalo. Hull ...".... 5 etoria, Hamburg s 00 A tal. aUiiusUm 1000AM 1100H C. ot Waafiliigtoii.llaYeiia.ll imi A B 100PM Maraeslbo. La Uuayra ...1100AM 1 00 P M Hudson. New Orleans s 00 P M Ieooa. GleeUiu B 00 P M KxraUior. N.w OrUane sk)'. . Sail Slaudjy. Oct. . V I Obsroke. Charleston .00 Pit 1SCOMIK. STIAHSBISS. l)u la Day. Clu den Aiustardani Seat Horsst Bsvan fat Hsu Mamn Ilalveatmi Bept 1 CLeliuelU NewOrleaua BsglB i Brttennlo Liverpool Mi AugusU Victoria Haanuarf 7f? Aaiiltau London BM 1 n Hxoslslor New Orlasna Bept Cherokee laaksonvllle .BaptlY Vat Balurday, Oct. L Btruri Llrervool MM . lei Touralne Havre BeglaA I Chirsuo City Bwanaea Baei IT City of lllrmlughau. .Havaonab BspttT ; Bamluol Jacksoavill SaplM Advance Coloa atU , Vu Bunim, vet t. America London ga. aa ; aw Aliiiuer .. 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