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i I L ' KE W tUtS ON A HOLIDAY. I If Lts, racr ouvn nvnox jinnsnKn j.v a ft,' ft naroLVTioxAnv hraha. Kk '- Clyde PltoVi "Nntlian Hale," with Kalinin Hi I '' C 0odwln n t,l l'ntrlot Hero A Hrc 5 i Freeh Venloii (if "Snprrhn" Clmj Bl' il''' Lofttil'i Iraltntloni nf Other AftreMca. v f. , No page In Amorlcan history li read mors B 4 tearfully than thoono which tells cf tho hoiig t X,- Ins ol Nathan llalo. It was no less pathetlo Hfc f.t - than over to tho pooplo nt tho Knlckorbockor Hi Wt Theatre last night, ns thor found It blended Hh flf, with fiction by Clyde l'ltch In nnewdtnnin. V J J i, Tho Ill-fated patriot wa9 roprooentcd ns nn in equally loyal lover oi a gin. -.iiieroioio uu K ! was n doublr sentimental hero, whoso HE ' ..; punishment as a Rpy was pltlfal two Hi fir I told. In the tint act lio was n school Hi It I master nt New London, In nceordanco H; i $L with fact, but tho author creatod a sweotheart Ht 'V for him In n fond and fascinating pupil. Ills HL .. . courtship rondo rapid progress, when the tuso H t. , of not letting the Blrl go out with tho others H jf j gave tho room to them, except for sonioatnus HJ. & Ins Intrusions. "I wish llfo woroenu longro Hf .-. ceis." ho said, " nnd I could keep you In for Hi Wt, ever." Shownsot that way of thinking, too, R Mr' and so she ylotdod to n fervor which H, K found vent In' such words ns: " Jly loo Hf W..' for you has nil tho kisses tho stare H E'.- hare slvon to tho sky since nit lit wits Hf v, mado." It was n pretty sccno of wooing. B( jp natural In sentiment, touched with humor, nnd HL 'k not mawkish. It was Interrupted by news of Ri i ' the flcht nt I.eilnston. After the lapio of n H-'' - year theso two woro brought togothorngaln In Hi' j' i the second net at tho Ilnrlom Heights hout-o of H; k alRovolutlonnry Colonol.wharo n council of war Hk if developed tho necessity of sending n spy Into H)? tjr the enemy's camp. Tho joung lmtrlot, now si Bf , a. Captain, volunteered for tho sorvloo, and tho ' g1 girl opposod him vlth nil tho ontron- H; J ties that her frlchtoued hunrt could niuko. HL ' bathe rosolutoly set out to do his dnncorous Hll g, duty. Tho conference of the ofllcors asim- Hlj h' presslve, and tho pnrtlnc of the loer.s was HrL plalntlvo. Next In the ncquenco ot opisodos, Hnt and filling tho third act, was tlio mlsadvcnturo Hljlii of the rebel within tlio Jliltlsli linos ntnLons H !!' Island tavern. Thero ho wns brought faco to H M, face with tlio maid, hut she illssomblod, nnd he H fif ' salshthaveoscapoddcti'Ctlou If n rival suitor H had not Identified nnd betrayed him. Ho H v foueht hard to escape, but In vain. This H Sf episode was molodrnmntlc. Thoro was H T" a climax of catnstropho in tho fourth H 'I act, necessarily, as tho plnywrlcht could H notsave tho hero from tho iiooso lucontiuon- H : tlon ot history. A melancholy uceno of fare- H f well In n closely cunrdod tent was followed by HxL the oxooution In a beautiful orchard ot loaves Hf? and npplo trees a flno palntiitfr by Trnest Br': Albert. The fato of tho spy was mado 1m- Rn presslve by stlonco mainly. There wns a erue- B'E, some march by a flloof soldiers and tho enn- B'x demnedmanto a troe, from which dangled a B: rope. Asked what he had to say, ho Rave tho HfiC- response, "I reeret that I have only ono lire ji', toloseformy countiy." Thou tho ourtaln wua Ik lowored. "IS, Tho Impersonator of Nathan Halo was Na- Hf. thonlel 0. Goodwin, and hn npplloil his abill- I ties wholly and heartily. What ho haddono lu fi! . a wide ranee of audoillo, burlesaue, furco fand comedy should not hno eountud for or i acalnst him In this undcttakinc. The nues- tion properly ut Issue, ho tar at least as thu re viewer was concerned, was not whether hib' Mr. Goodwin had entcttaltied previous Jgk audiences bottor In other ways, but whether his performntieo ot a trade Hflt' role was cocrtl.bad or liHlllIuionU It wns kdocI, '' undeniably, but with oqunl certainty It was not "Ip ereat. i'un soema spontaneous with this netor: fi, and It was so whon tiiero wns n chance or It in & tho schoolroom, ijcntlment Is lieartfolt. as ho f, expresses It, and ho was dellchttul in the woo f! ine of his fair puml. She was. Indeed, a fair pu Jji' J1I. because she was Mnxino Jlltiott, a famous- a. ly beautiful aetress. Jlutwhon Sir. Uoodwln E ' ceta beyond sober phases or comedy nnd into $J. i dramatic Intensity ho sucuestH uu Imitation. H' i not directly, of tho character he is playlnc. but B, i of some one whom lie has seon play it. Such K was the writer's leolini: lust nlirht durlns tho K" later soones ot tho play. It may havo arisen in HcSL IBrt Irom familiarity with the actor'a raro HS'T S"'s BS a mlmle. His iwrsonnlitv wns S-"' , not what tho part rorpiirod. Wo all H't ,know that Hale was only -1 years old, surely " handsome fellow, and by contomiiornry fit account a courtly gallant Hut hero wo taw Hlw l,lm a homely man on tho shady eldo of 40. 'Ja That was not a representation to biitlsfy tho . eye. Hut that Is tho harshest truth thut thoro H3t l" t0 " "bout Mr. Ooodwln's aohlevemont. r- ' It was sincere, earnest, natural, unthe JH atrlo. It was not ecunt in etleet upon '-:: the audlonoo. which followed It most ot '' the tlmo with hushed attention, which was ! a hlcher tribute than the very abundant ,C- applause at tho falls ot the curtain Miss IF - Elliott displayed her accompllshmciitb rully as i '' a facile actress. beRlunlng with tho ruioless SJ , joyof aBohoolcirl's llrxt loo nndcndiuc with JK ' the volcelesB neonyof a cood-by to her ulll- K , nnced husband In the slndow of his deatli. 'JL "' The first honors in the actliiL' weie won by her. The play surely mado a good Impression. ; It was not weighty, but it had rosltivo merits w ot deaien and oxecutiou. Itpoundudu patrlotiu h note, and it was reeeivod with friendly tn- C thusiasm. Cissy Loftus. who had biokonnn uneacoinent Vjl with Koster A. Dial's muslo hall because sho IK would not co on tho same stago witlialU- lv erantly indecent exposuiu ot women, appealed mWt ' instead yestorday afternoon In tho garden bwhT scene of "A Dangerous 3Iatd" at tlio Casino. MM This actress is a born niiiiila. Hortnlent for P 5, imitation is marvellous. AMien simply heisolf HP v . she is a slender little croaturo, with nn apolo- mm.. S eetlomnnner and a schoolgirl shyness that Is Jf - even a little awkward, fihu was brought finm HE. -' England tome years ngo by Augustiu Ualy, .K' wno eave ,lor cliances t0 distinguish herself In H- enacting parts lu plays, but she failed to de- BE velop any value with them. Slip soonied to Bf to' ' lack self-oonfldonce to sustain Ifcr thiough u 98?" " ,'?. Bo,ft would seem thut tho modest air Kgl ,i with which she came Into view ut tlio BHP. u Casino was not u false piutenc" Dut p tho Instant thut hIio begun to be l'ay R,1 - Temploton singing " J'iniiiellne" hIio was us F i sure and positive ns tint unlllni'lmig bin I' .. lesauer herself, hvory liillectioii of the oiee, K evory stir of tho action. enry trick of tin-ik-Jb. k meaner was roproduoed w ith nstonNliing lldl-BjM,- Jy,- It was tho eame with Ldiiu May and the II' rf Salvation Army ballad "lollow On." with I; v Phyllis Itauklu and "J.a Hollo l'ails." with mm if Lefty Llnd and "A Monkey on a htlrk," und Mm' , with May Irwin and "l'f 'Jo' Ain't (lot Moiiov." j -i Kaoh impersonation was cxuut nnd faithful. B' " There was no exaggeration or curicutuio. In- ' . ' deed, the likencses woioinliilatiiieH. beeaiifo 'f fr Miss Loftus was neat and nleii In allslnMlid. i ' ,. But In tho rsproductions no point was lacking. ' Kren In representing tho uiietuous and iit.un mfC dantMlss Irwin tho voice und nitlon wcioho Ifti preolse that no burlosuuing could havo m.nlo ;,k ' the rosemblanee more upproi'lnbli". Hut It was 3-' , whnshoiraM)aiiI)ay'ssoiiBwitlithiifruiii. , 'Of Course, ou Can Never He I.lko I s. ' I bat. !;'' a she made the nildlHiice npplatid lungi r nml Si loudest. JIr.l)aly,Hlioaisooicrt,hisgiiiiui.iliiw f t- notes and nasal high ones, Iih funernal uipi ft, Hj and all the slnRiilarltles whh'h mal.n him i' unldus were In this slendei nnd gentlu voimg woman s Imitation. Sho closed Iht twenty ' minutes of rarely iirtistlis iutirtammi-nt with a : j. quaint and supple Japanese dunce. 5 Tho latest version of "' Superb.i" was con- mf ' slderably new nt tho Tom teentlt btrect j eMcr- BaJ dar. T,1 'd spectacle outdoes music hall BR burlcsaues and musical folly shows for ol.is- K tlclty, because thero nro few pottioim of it that Biff are not suscoptlblo to fiohunlng cliungo. At Wwk ono "mo Tosterday l'lmul found himself sit within the body of a whale at the bottom of tho ,ff "M sea, using n moiiern tolcphonoln his couiiiiiini- 'tV cations with Father Neptune. That was of the h W old trend, as was his llsliliiglromanliiD-i'aiieil R- window In tho whale's side and dinwlng In his j.7' it sweetheait In a diver's him ; hut the preface to V thlswaauptodatonndHlgnillcaut of the siih- fh ""'' centlblllty of tho vvholo tu change. Whon tho E whale's insldo was ilist shown two inen-o'- war's men wore settled there nt a lublu S & drinking tonst. They had gone tu the E?. fl bottom lu the l.ito war, which was BV Sp caieless history, since oiu lighting seamen 1J . showed themselves Quito suimrior to doing yj, 3 thut, but It ga a tho stuluis n chaneo to toast r Wl Bampson, Sehloy and )ovu'. und this bid i 'w4 secured Its pi Izo of niiplaiiho. What of yontur- i I "- ' day's "Superba" was In tlie iirigiiiulvvaitpiob. ui ohly In tlio rhjmes spoken bj the good and EA ovll fairies. .Half of the audience vvus made up ; : of delluhted dilldivii who wondered at tlifiso F, Wr stioiitod eistb. i'nu n-M did nt need expl.i- Sf nation. nor did It need tu m. Anything was p suitable, hothere were iiioiehlitHin the ilmn if curtains, more bits of trick scenery, more cluois ii hlngedln the middle und moro property trlek- v& I ery than the abiding tileo hns .nor held bo- Jt- fore. Judged by the place reservod forthein.the 3. specialties Introduced vvoiotonsu'crcd ustiong y ' joint, but with children, nt least, the antics iii- , tended to strike confusion in tho good fair) h f i agents weroasiiotentHsevfr Mm of' nap was . attended with the old hoirois forntlme. und ?' i, then he nodded In hlselmir Then tlinelmlr was taken from him and. as h eiuueheil nodding, fe the scene chunted to one of olur ice, ami dancers In furred coatumes trooped about lum h t ns ho nwoko. Kt-on th counterfeit Icotifergu were slit for trap doors, nnd eo now plaeos wore found forBurprlslne npnearaneos and ox Its of a familiar kind. Of tho jpeclaltle, ono wns bicycling, In n setting of Eastern ilooora tlon. If was comical, but now only In Us nr roundtigs. A dog bIiow In tho same Hcene was qtilto unusual. Ono doer balanced hlmsolf on a trapo70 bar a half-Inch In dlamotor and swung to and fro. Later ha tolled up n ladder ot twonty-slx rounds and nt Ids trainer's com mand jumped from almost the height of tho etaco opening to n blnnkot hold below by four men. Sprites and goblins rosted meanwhile. Had tho specialties been done by elephants or stoatn lire engines, tho reappearance of tho pluyera would hue been eiiually a matter of course, and tho Internoladons iulto as fitting had they pleased as W oil. With such n frame work all that Is needed for n yearly new show Is well exercised Ingonulty. That the pleco has had this) car. 3 III! OPFMA. l'crfnrninnrn or "Don Giovanni" at tlio Mutropnlltnn Opera House, Certain keen observers having of lato made researches upon tho subject ot tho popu larity and unpopularity of oporns, It will perhaps bo interesting to follow this lino ot Investigation sufficiently to discuss "Don Giovanni" In this regard. Judging from tho enormous crowd prosont nt the Metropolitan Inst ovenlng. Morart's workoutwelghs'Tnust" In charm or any othor music-drama ovor put upon tho stago of our Hnll of Song. A larger assemblage was gathered thoro than can bo romomberod ns present nt any previous entettalnment, tho build ing appearing so filled lo overflow ing that it scorned nn though not ono moro Individual could bo ndmltted. Perhaps, lu consideration ot tho fact that three gieal prime iennr, two eelobrntod bass! nnd ono admlrablo tenor, besides nn eteent buflo nitlst, worn In tho cast, something must lio nllowed for tho nltinctlon of famo nnd porson nlitv. And it may bo just to allow ono- tlilrd ot llie drawing power to Don Glo Minnl" and two-thirds lo tho curiosity nml interest always felt about accom plished nctorH and singers especially when by making a simultaneous nppcnrniieo thoro mny bo easy comparison of thoir methods or thoir peculiarities It Is nlmost eortaln I lint thoobvloustruth was In tho mind of overy ono of tho auditors in the Metropolitan Inst ovenlng how far above anyelty In the world Now York stands us tho home ot grand opera. How generously we mo ocinipped, how truly blessed our city Is In this form of art, such a performance us tho ono of last night must clenrlyshow. Time Is wanting to give, on this occasion, n detailed account of tho splendid work dono by this remarkable group ot artists. It can only bo stntod in a general way that tho first performance of Mozatt'H famous opera was not deficient In any smallest pa rtlclo of whatever might co ntrlliute to Its best pcssiblopresontntion, and that tho amount of talent, study, hard work, patience, persevor nnco. (ntolllconco, and many other irtuos was slmnly enormous. If Mr. Gran gives a few mom of such gener ous casts and real art works to our publlo ho will bear nway the managerial laurel wreath nnd bo forever fitter roinembered as tho most lavish and most successful of Impresarios. I'ollowliig is tho lemarknble oast- ponna Anna Mmc I.llli 1,-hmann eihni Mm. Henihrli'h I)onn i rhim Mmc. erdlL Lopnrfllo Edouurt lo ItcsHn DonOIUvIo U '-altL-nao lfHRirtt Siffiier Cm lono 11 ConitnrnUtoro W. licvrla linn (Itovannl M. Vlntirol Conductor Higuor Mauclnelll jug rmu is cAiiTii.iai: tit.t.age. The rtmlnns rortlon nf the rince I)n Btrnycd Lois 81S0,00Q. WATEnrowx. N. Y., Jan. 2. Tho vlllaco of Cnrtliago was visited by another sorlous flro jestorday morning which laid the business portion of tho town In ruins nnd destroyed about $150,000 worth of property. It looked for a Unions If tho disastrous flro of 188-1 wns to bo repeated. Tho oxtremo cold froze tho water nnd tho firemen wero unable to work tho engine forsome time, thus giving tho flames great headway. Arthur Noedham, residing over It. 1'. l'aytic'.s harness store, was awakened by an explosion at 4 -30 o'clock, and saw tho back end of tlio Mlllor block In llamcs. An alarm was give'h, nnd soon tho locomotive whistles and puporralll whistles wero blowing. Whon tho Ilro caught John TV. Clark's cloth ing storo thollroinou sent for tho West Car thago I'iro Company, which quickly responded. Meanwhile tho flro was rapidly eating Us way into Clark's clothing storo and getting noarer C. E. l'rancls's dry goods store. At this junc ture a can of powdor which waslstorcd In John Itogers's hardware store exploded, blowing pat tot tlio front ot tho building out upon the street. Somuot the flromen who wero In tho streotntthat time had narrow escapes from In jury The jar and flying debris brokoeorv win dow on the opposlto slue of tho stieet. Water town's I lro Department was sent for. but be fore It got started somn ono hud thought or an old fire engine and had It brought to tho scone. The Ilro was then got under control, but not until l'rancls's dry goods storo und H. 1'. I'.iyng's harness shop anil stole wero destroyed und Mrs. A T. liurns's stock or milllueiy almot en tuely ruined by flro nml water I, D. Thomp son's groeory storo had liNo suffered by Ilto and water Follow ing are Hie Ioscs- T, D Thompson, S'J.'JlHi: Di.P.W Hiillaid.l,0(J(l:ChtisObeilv, SU.OOO: V T Evans. SI.100; E M. lliaokeit. 4''.(K10;C. R l'ranels, H5.HX: John W.Clark. H'AOOK: Dr. W. J. Smith. S 1.500: John itogers A('i.$:i.".O0O: Dexlor A Montondo. illMiOO: . 1 I'uvng. JiloOO; Aithur Noedham, $."ii)0: Martin ltugg. S1U00O; William Unveil. s.r,0il; Miller A Sou, tl'.'.OOU: Trod A. Southwlck, $'',500. The Insurance Is about S27U,O0t). IlLSl' l'Oll 3131E. HAVILLK'S JKirET.S. l'ollce l'lirtttifi n IUlug lintel Wullrrnnd rt Xvvu Tlllliltl lie Xuok vrltli Jllln. Jtmo. Trances Savlllo lost $11,000 woith of j'evvclry on Saturday afternoon, through the open-door policy, it Is thought, which on that da. at any late, prevailed ut her apartments In the Madison Avenue Hotel. Sho sang 77ia in "I.obeiigriu" ut tlio Metropolitan Opeia House that afternoon, nnd vvhilo alio wns away from the hotel tho jewels weio taken fioin their case uud her purso was stolen from thodicssor She occupies u sulli) ot tluee rooms on tho Hist floor, just over the hotel office, a dining loom, pallor and sleeping loom, liesldes her onu maid and u comlei, then) nr duliiilud bv the hotel maiiiigeiuent u housemaid and a waiter whoso special work Is to look aflur Slum. Sa ille When Mme. nvljlo returned from Salunlay's matinee, about 7,-tU o'clock In the evening, she noticed that her pmso was gone, und sho coin iilaluud to Horace M. Claik, propiiator of tho botol Mine havillu then went out to din ner, and wlille she was uvvaj-her umld found that tho jevvel ease liml been idled Him told Mi Cluik, who informed the Detec tive iliiieuu, und two olllcers were sent out on the mutter Tlicv Icnmcd that the vvaitei, J'nill HecUei. had lieen heuid lo i"pri- Ids stnmg ml in 1 1 itlun for thu jew els, and that he hud li It tho hotel In the .iftet iiooii They found thu ho nnd his wite hail moved from their lodgings lu the nliernuou also In view or tho oiiciiuistancea thu police Incline to the beliut that tho jewelsdls.ippeaied with the wultor. m .Mine. Savillo's sonunts said thut a door fiom the (Unities mom of the suite to the public hall u.is always left un locked, und thut the door between the dining loom und madaine h bedroom wus not locked wheii shn went to the Opciu House on Satin day. alter luncheon, When tho waiter and his wife gave up their rooms they luriled nwa a small leather bag mid two trunks. Detectives Cull mid Schneider tinced tho cub Umy departed in and com in un I -eated with a number of pmucss (ompanlrs. Last night Schneider tinned liput 1'ollco lle.ul iliimleis with lieoker's two tiunks, ubout which ho wouldn't tell the reporters an) thing. ThuSeigeaut in charge of tho Detective Hii reau said that no ariesM had been mado In the ease In which the ti links llgui-jd. VITTI.KWAS (ill.I.ETV rOUXlt In Lhlhiiuliim, Mexli o Snlil tu Iluvn Com. pruinittd vvllli lilt Credltiira. 1't Hash. Tox. Jau, 'J. Orant G. (illlott, who left Abilene, Kim , oarly In November vrilh liabilities ot Jfiuo.OOO. has turned up nt Chi liualiu i VeUo, and is making no offoit to COMei'liI Ills llleliuty Through llie oHorts of Charles T, Hunt, pro Piielorof Hie 1'aluclo Hotel, ut Chihuahua, (ill icit bus compromised with his creditors, and Is at liberty tu return to the Vnlted States whcllevei hn sees lit Tlio eindilniH consented lo a setileuiPiit If tho cattleman would pay in er f-.HUioo in cash, uud this lie has ugteed to do. lliiui vvm (illlett's emissary in making the dual. Ilo was in Kansiis City Inst week and Is expected hero to-night fiom Chihuahua Ho stivs thut (Jillelt has over SJ00,(K)0 with him III Mexico Hunt hns formod it partnership with Gillett for the shlpnient ot cattle lo Cuba, and they are shipping 1,'iOU bend vveekly. AViine .'lllrleHgh Out of Diuigrr. Wasiumiton, Jan. 2 W.'D no MacVeagh, who h.m been seripiisly III fiom tlie grip ut his lesi dence. loiHl ermoiit avouut;. "RJ luonouucod out of danger lu-night. CtttEV VAXJKt JCAFOllTH JtltAV. For nr. Venn Chief or Urn nhondngns nnd for IB Terirs Chler of llie Six Xntlons. Syracuse, Jan. 2.-Daniel laforle, for thlrty-flvo years n chiof ot Iho Onondngn Indians, nnd for tho past fifteen years chief ot Iho Six Nations, which include the Onondngas, Mohawks, Onoldas, Cayugns, Son ocas and Tiiflcaroras, dlod at his homo on tho Onondaga Iteservutlon last night. Chief La forto was CO years of age, and tor llvo years had boon n sufforur trom dropsynnd asthma. His condition bocamo sorlous about three months ago. He had n presontlment that he would be called to tho happy hunting grounds al tho beginning ot tho now year. Tho dead chief was ono of the foromost of tho "Chris tian" Indians, ns thoso who followed the usages ot civilization were called, lu conttadlstlncllon to thoir pagan brethren. Ho hnd ncomfortablo homo on tlio reservation, and his brother, Thomas Lafortp, Is tho pastor of n Christian church thoro, whore Chief La forto's funeinl will bo hold, There will be no ceremonies nt the long house, ns has been Hie tribal custom whenever ,i chief died. hlef Lnforle leaves a widow nnd a grandson, Dnnlel laiforto Hill, who.illhoiiah onlyOyonrs of ngo. hns been mide n chief nml bears tho dlgnll y ot his olllce in n manner bollttlng ono of mntme jears The Into ehlof's Indian namo wns To lies La, and ho was Iho plalntill in the suit "nought against John Hold Thaehprof Albany forthu teeovery df the Hiawatha wampum nnd other bolts belonging to tho "eldor brothers," which wore told In 1KU by the wnmpum keep er. Thomas Webster, to den. II II, Carilngton, Superintendent ot tho Indian census This suit Wns lately tried before Justice HIhcocI In this eltv, and lias not yet been decided. Chief La forte was familiar with all tho legonds and traditions of his tribe, atul was un nut horlts on matters of loetil Indian history. He knew tho Hl.uvutha legends, peiliutis. belter than any living Indian There will bo no pngin Cere monies nt the fuiiernl to-morinw. An attempt wns inndn to e.irrvtbem out on the dentil ot Chief Webster InstUulv. but Itdoveloped Into a farce, not enough pagans remaining wliftknevv the eeiemonyto conduct It propel ly, so Web ster's body was burled by thu Episcopal mis sionary at the lcscnntion. Obltimrv .Votes, I'rod G. Yuengling, who gained nolorioty In New York by reason of his association with " Haroncss" Diane, died yesrday morning lu I'ottsville. 1'a., of typhoid pnoumonla. Potts ville wnstho old family homo ot the Yucng llngs. Fred's father. David G. Yuengling, was trained lu a brewery In that town. Ho began lifo as a workman, and after leaving I'ottsvillo came to Xmv York und worked in tlio brewery of J. I'. How He prospered nnd founded tho big Yuengling broweiy at J2-'tIi street nnd Amsterdam avenue. 11 y tho tlmo his sons DavldU., Jr. and Frod wero grown ho was n very wealthy man, and Fied nlvvays hnd (ill th money bo wanted. Ills bachelor npnit monts in the broweiy were famous for Iho lav lshness ot the entertainments which were given thcio. When Frederick Is m.iiiesuedtlia "llaroness"fordlvorce hennmed Yuengling us one of tho co-respondents. uengllng's father shipped him to Australia, but llie young man got only as far asSnn Fianclsco. Hero ho met tho "li.'iioness," nnd they returned to New Yolk. Sho was nt this tlmo on tho stago. and young luencling bocamo her tlnnnelnl backer. Ho got Into the tin bit or drawing drafts against the brewery to meet Hie expeunos of his star, unit tlioso drafts wero not nlwnys honoied In lull. I ho was indietod In Utah for liuvingoli tnlned monoy under false pretences, nnd tho case was settled. YilPiigllng nnd tho "Har dness" parted company in 1805. YuenglniE's father sent him to Central Amorlca lu 181)0. Sinco then littlo had been heard of him. Mrs. Mary Ilaeot. wifo of ltobert C Ilncnt. died yesteiday at her residence. 170 l'rosnect street. Lust Orange. Mio had been In poor health for a number of ear. bho wus a daughter of the late ltobert Ollchtlst. at ono tlmo .Mayor ot Jersoy City. Sho was born In Jersey City on Oct. 12, 1K21. She was n sister ot tlio lute ltobert Gilchrist who In the seven ties was Attorney-General of Now Jersey. Tho only surviving member nt the Gil christ family Is hor sister. Miss Ellzu both Gilchrist of East Orange. Mrs Hacot was mariied In 1841, and after living In Jersey Cltv nnd Enslewood tho family moved to Eabt Orange. For thirty Jeais her husband wns engineer of the Now Joisoy Itlpnrlau Com mission, resigning two years ago. Mrs. Hacot Is survived by four pons, John V Hneot ot Jer sey City. William 8. Hacot and It. Walnwrlght Hacot of lids city, and Itoboit C. Iincot, Jr , of 1'ort Chester, nnd by threo daughters. Mrs, lloiijamln II Itnundy of this city, Mrs. John Itoundy nnd Miss Lllznbeth Hacot of East Oiange. The funeral servleo will bu held at St. Mark's Church, Ornuee, on Thursday, and the interment will be iu fiosednle Cemetery. Algernon George Ferov, sixth Duko of North umberland. Is dead. He wasliorn on May 2, 1810. nnd succeeded to the title In 1807. In 1815 ho was married lo a datightor of Henry Drnmmond, a member of Parliament, and his two sons and a number of giandehlldreii sur vivohlni. He was un honorary Colonel of tho Northumberland Ftisileers. President ot tho Jtoynl Institution and Lifeboat-Institution, and wns Vice-I'rosldent of the Hoard of Trade at ono tlme.ntiil Lord I'm y Seal from 1878 to 18S0. Prior to bis accession to tho peerage he snt in I'nillnment for Hearalstou nud for Northum berland. In 1858 how-asLordof tho Admiralty. He was educated at Eton nnd Cambridge, and was made a Doctor of Laws by tho university lu 18-12. It was the Carl of Hoaeonsfleld who. In 1878, appointed him Loid Privy Heal. In 1878 ho was created nn honorary D. O. L. of Oxford. Ula w ifo died in 1800. a nttM'iiisi; i i:i: or ft::7,noo. Tho Cuiilliientnl Tolnicco nmpKiiy Sluices u New KeLuid In 311chlgun. Ls'sino, Mich. Jan 2 Tho nrtlcles of association of tho Continental Tobacco Com pany of Now Jeipy, tho $75,000,000 li list which recently nciiulied the Daniel Hcotten ,t Co fin toiy In tins citv. have been Hied with thu Seomtiiiy of Hiaie Tho trust paid a franchise fee of " (7 ion, tho largest sum ever puid for such a Purpose in the btute. WmM It's like the H KJ flight of the i &l$$' swiftest bird. -" With. Today' weI,; V PS.? tomorrow, ill; - 4 and the next isb day, "Dangerous N N with the Grippe." v , First you're chilly, -" U then the fever, head- -s ache, cough, intense N 'i pain, and terrible N ri prostration. Unless , checked, you swiftly N go from one to the N yi other. T i But the disease -i can be checked, cut short anywhere in 4 its course. " V: Stop it the moment 4 it begins. Take l p. The first dose re- yi lieves ; a few doses y cure. You escape y " a long illness with all the dangers of yA pneumonia and con- S sumption. Tirotliett J0cH..JI.0. Alldrniilrtt. i , Vcie J "U y sysiyi wi 4 iK i iitffc, lilllfci ilhuiTfc ififcwi toto iiiW i t -.n- lifemi.liM-utai',s.i am.,, .u. ...f... libinrfi'rilhf'rtViTlllfr" rtTn 1--- f rlfrf'-- QUAY'S FJUENDS HOPEFUL. T11KT HAT UK WIT.Ts IMS nTt-IST.nCTRP' TO TUB .IttXATK. Dnvld Mnrtln Sold lo Ilnvo Hern Won Over llemoernts l'nlt to 1'iue with the In dependent lleimblleniu Los of Tour Uuny Votel Alltl-Quny Men Confident. IlAJintsntrnn, I'a Jan. 2. Senator Quny's ftlend9 sny ho has rounded up iho legislators of Pennsylvania onco more nnd will be re elected for another term In tho United Slates Penate. Tho caucus on tho Senatorshlp will bo held to-morrow evening if thor can hno thoir way, and whllo Senator-elect David Mar tin of Philadelphia Is keeping both sides guess ing ho Is said to hnvo agreed to go along with Senator Marco of Pittsburg lu supporting tho caucus nominee. If this Is tho case. Senator Quay Is out of tho woods and will win oaslly. There has been much shifting about all day. but the trend ot the developments has boeu in the direction of Quay. Tho most unfavorable Indication for him was developed to-night nt n lato hour when tho Delaware county delegation decided not to go Into tho Senatorial caucus. This moans a lois of four votes which havo boon counted for Duay. Quay's managors nr trying to pull off tho canons to-morrow night. If thoy succeed In having tho meeting then ho will probably bo nominated, but n postponement might cost him tho nomination and election. That Is tho opinion ot Impartial obsorvors. Thaantl-Quav men are showing romarkabl conlldoiica at midnight. Nevertheless, Quay's managers to-night nt tho Lochlol Hotel say thoy are absolutely cer tain that ho cannot bo dofcated. Tho only doubtful element at nny tlmo was Martin's Una! decision, land as some of his followers have fthnwsil Oitnv teniVnclft to-diiv thn lufsreneo Is that he has given them the tip to do as they please. Of course such notion involves a de seitlon of John Wanumiikor nnd tho leaders of the Independent Itenubllcnns who have trained with Martin und Mngeu In their light against Quny, but old politicians bore are ot the opin ion that Mageo and Martin havo arranged to eovor thoir trucks by voting against Quay In the eaujus whllo their followors support him. The Wnnamnker peoplo still say that Martin is playing fair. Mattiu's movomentfl havo been attended with much mystery, and ho has apparently enjoyed the attention that ho has reeeivod to dny fiom all patties. Tnorenn be no doubt that ho would bo glad to shelvoSoiintorQuay, but hn fools ovldontly that there are reasons other than those which are purely personal why ho should not do what nil tho nntl-Quay peoplo nreuiglnghlm to do at thlsorlsi lu tho light. It is hinted to-night thnt having suc ceeded in making John It. Farr of bcrar.ton Speaker.of the House he can now wage n moro nggressvo fight acalnst Quay through tho pres tige that the victory In tho organization of the popular branch of the Legislature gives him. Parr was not tho real choice of tho members. On tho conn nry, ho had no porsonal fo'lowlue worth speaking of. but the lenders who are friendly to Quay were afraid to oppose Turr because such a course might Injure Quay by giving Martin a chaneo to brenk nny deal that may havo boen made on the Senatorshlp. A few persons to-nightaro of tho .opinion that Quay has glveu Martin tho Speakership ot tho House In tho hope of preventing any break In the temporary harmony programme. Tho de velopments to-morrow after the organization of the House at noon will Indicate moroclcaily the real intentions of Mnrtiu on tho question of Senator Quay's re-election. Tlio uemocrats and llepubllcans of tlio HouBe. ns well a thoso of tho Senate, held their cnucuses to-ulght, but the notion of heo bodlos has not cleared the outlook on the Sena torial question. 1'nrr of Lackawanna will pre side In the House and Senator Snyder of Chestor In tho Sonato. Hllss ot Delaware re ceived 8 otesforSpeakornnd Hosaok of Alle gheny 20. The Democrats nominated Creasy of Columbia for Speaker with the understand ing that he must step aside if nnydsalcan bo made with the Independent llepubllcans be fore noon to-morrow A committee ot Donioi crats representing tho caucus called on tho anil-Quay manageis this ovenlng and pledged 7-1 Democratic votes for fusion In the House, but was told that tho minority hud waited too long and tha' tho Independents wero now un able to furnish the thirty membeis to make fusion Possible. Col (iiilToy. the Democratlo leader, Is suspected of having aided Senator Quay by opposing the fusion Idea when It was discussed a few weeks ago. Tho leadeis have determined upon a short jession of tho Legislature. In the Senate cau oiib n resolution wns introduced by Senator Mngeo favoring final adjournment on April 20. and It -vns unanimously ngreed to. A similar resolution was adopted by Iho House caucus. The most sensational Incident of the day was the resignation of Hanking Commis sioner Gllkeson. He expected to bo ap pointed totllll the" rncsney on the Superior Court bench caused by thu death of Judge Howard Iteeder. but Gov. Hasting this after noon appointed Dinmer Heeber of Phlladel nhla. ( 'ol. Ullkoson immediately resigned and to-night made a statement that ho could not continue lu oDlce and lelnln his self-respect Tllll XEUJCASKA UEADT.OV1C 11 Aiiti-lfounioly'f ltoiiubllcaiis nnd l'oiiu llrtU Muy ll(t Cronnse lis Isenator. Limmi-n. Neb , Jan. '.' Tho Ilepubllcan "anti-monopoly" mombeis of tho Houe nro still standing out. At the regular caucus to ulght 47 of the Ki Itcpublicun members weto present, and P.ml V Clark of I.uneastor was nominated foi hii-aker It uipiliesOl votes to elect, and the Iho llepublicuns who refused to enter the caucus have miuoiinccd that ("lull., who. they decline. Is a corporation man und se cretly for Thompson, bhall never lecelve their votes. All tho other caudldutes except Huller with drew during tho day. The finlonlsts have offeied Haller their suppoit for Speaker, which would bo sufficient tooleut. Ho ugreed lo take the mutter under conslileintloii, and It Is believed that ho will accept It Is said thut there is a deul on butweon (he uiitl-uiouopoly ItupublleaiiH uud tho fuslonlsts to niuko Huller Speukui nnd l.orenro W, Ciounse. ox-Goveinor. eJc-Congrossmun and er-Asslstunf Secretary of the Treasury, the next Culled Slates Senator Tvvoof the llvo recalcitiaiits tome fiom Washington county und two'otheis from the adjoining county of Hint, u pint or the HtntH Hint has always sent nnli-iiiouopollsts to thu I-eglslMturw. Itlludovuiuoi Ciounse slguedthoMnximuni ltallwa) Hale law, and has been out of lino with his pntti sinco on Mirloiis plutform declaia tlons He is not decided on the silver (luesllou, Put is s.ilisfnutoiy to the Populists Tho Ilo iiublleuu leudeis nm aliirmod, Ala Into hour to-night n caucus comiultteo was laboilng with the recalcitrants, CAr.ironxiA'.s SKXATK rOVTEIT. U. S, (Si nut, dr., One nf llie Cnuillilntei fnr hlephrn 31, Whlte' l'llice, fitriuMKVTO, Jan I! -Tho California I egis latuie niganled, tu-dar. It will elect a I lilted States heiuitor to succeed Htiphcii 51. IVhlte. The nint prominent candidates are Col. 1). M. Hums of San I'rancl'co, I' S, Grant, Ji., of San Diego and ltobeit N. Hulla of Los Angeles. Hums has been the State leader of the liepub llcau puny for three Jeais and he deoluies ho will havo otos snoiigh to Insure his election. There nro 85 llepubllcans and 1)1 votes are necessaiy to a choice, (haul claims .ID. nud has 'M sure. Hulla has 14. I'nless Giant and Hulla comblno against Hums U looks like a long deadlock, for the Deinociats will not vote for any of the threo ltepiibllcatis. Other cundldntts are (Jen. liaiues, a promi nent lawyer and ointor: (leoige A. Kiiiglir, a nell-kuown lawrer who has often stumped the State for the Ilepubllcan parlr; .Mori Is M. Estee and former United Slates benntor Charles N. Ielton, 3IAKCUH 1IALY WIXS 1 l'OlT. Illi Ciiudldntn fur Speal.or nf Slontaua Asicrably Cboien lo DmuocinU, Helena, Mon . J.ui 'J Maicus Daly scored first blood In hit Senatorial contest with W. A. Clark thiough the action of tho Demociiitle caucus, which solcctod II. C Stiff of Missoula foi Speaker over Mr. Clark's candidate by Hie close votu of .'10 to '-'5. The legislature did nothing to-day beyond electing the ortlciuls dio;un by the caucus, it being a legal hnllda. To-morrow tho Governor's message will be lend, and ono week later balloting for Senator will begin. m u.r.TS istiui or luronci:. Hrimei's Tour i hililreii lu tlio limine Mheu Ilo Killed lilt Wire uud lliiiucir. Toledo. 0., Jan. 'J Wlulo locked In h Is home at Paulding yeslciday afternoon, with his wife and four oung children, Ex-Postmaster Charles A. Ilroworshot and Instantly klllod his wile. Then ho killed himself Ho hud locked all the doors of the house, and in order to call lor help an eleven-v ear-old boy was obliged to crawl out of a kitchen window Domestic troubles cuuseil tho deed. About a yearngo Hrewer began divorce proceedings against his Wife, but dropped the case nnd lived with her again, He was Paulding's Postmaster under Cleveland, f t,Bti jtBirzms ix u st6rh. Stenimhln Sevthy Tfnnblo to Tow the Dart Heavy IVenthor Heported. Spmaariablr Vncakhtt l Tna Bt7. Qukkn-btowi, Jan. 2. Tho British steamship Nowby, from A'hllndolplila Deo. 10 for this port, nrrived to-day. Slio reports that on Doc. 20. In latitude 40 not Hi. longitude IB' west, sho spolco tho Hrllleh steamship Dart, from Phila delphia Doc 18" for London, which had lost lier propoller. Tho Nowby towed tho Dart for nn hour, whon tlio liawsor parted. Sho stood by for twcnty-seN en liottrs, but wns unalilo to got n lino to her again, and wns obliged tolonvo her, Tho woatherwastorrlllo. Londos. Jan. 2. Lloyds' agent nt Liverpool telegraphs that tho Whlto Star lino freight steamship Bovle, which left Ltvorpool on Deo, 2,'l for NcV York, nrrived off IHolyhead this morning, nnd signalled that her tiller and Iinnd gonr woro broken. Tho British steamer StrathesV. from riilla dolphin, arrived at Dartmouth to-day. Bho re ports having experienced most tempestuous weather, during which two of her boats wero smashod nnd her deck fittings carried away. 1'ATIIIOTIS.U OP HUXaAItTAXS. Supporters of thn (Invermnent Volnntnrlly Froffor n Venr's Taxes, Sptttal Cclle BapaleK to Tna Bum, Vienna. Jan. 2. In consoquonoo ot tho sub stitution of government by decreo In Hungary fornconstllutlonnl government, which Is duo to tho expiration of the amglrich. or ngrco inont betwieen Hungary nnd Austria, recruit ing for tho army ceases, ns docs also tho col lection of tnxes and prosoeutlons for the non payment thoi oof. This has led to a remarknblo oxhlbltlonof patriotism on tho part of numerous supportors ot tho Ooveinniont, who In mnny plaoos crowded tho tat olllces and voluntarily paid In advance n year's Imposts. Their action was pnrtly duo to an appeal by Maurice Jokal, tho woll-known Hungarian novelist nnd publicist, published In tho Xrmtet. IQTjKSIAS TO VISTT VICTORIA. HeTVIU Go to London In Confer with Stock holders nf Cotta Illea Railway. Xptttal CaMt Dtipakhti lo Tna Bow, Pa3iis, Jan. 2. President Igleslas, who la vis iting hero, told an Interviewer to-day that he Intended to go to London on Jan. 8, to confer with ftho stockholders of tho Costa lllca Hall way, and also to regulate certain tariff ques tions. Otherwise his visit to Lngland would boouo-ot recreation. Sefior Igleslas Isncgo tlatlnsrwlth a French firm for tho construction of n harbor In Costa lllca. London. Jan. 2. It Is stated that the Got ernmentwlll participate In tho nrrungoments for the reeoptlon nnd entertulnment of Presi dent Igleslas of Costa ltica when ho arrives In Kngland. He will visit tho Queen nt Osborne House, hor resldonco on the Islo of Wight. storm j.v BxanAxn axi fraxck Gnle Areompnnled by Snow nnd Rain l'arls Ilnllvvny Station Flooded. Sptcial Cable Despatches to Tns Smr, London, Jan. 2. The northwesterly galo continues In tho British Isles and Franco. It Is accompanied by snow nnd rain, nnd some parts ot Great Britain are flooded. Consider able damage has been done to local shipping by tho storm. Paius. Jan 2. A heavy rainstorm Is prevail ing here. The new railway station that is be ing constructed below the street level, close to tho Exhibition grounds. Is flooded. Groat damage, has boen done by floods along the Seine. A terrlflo soa Is running along the northwest coasts. XEir I'ORM Or CAIIT.IST AOITATIOX. A Report Thnt Dim Cnrlns Mould Itecon ttruct the Kingdom of Navurro, Fpee nil Calle Dnpolch to The Scs. London, Jan. 2. The correspondent of the Kxehange Telegraph Company at Bayonne. Franco, says that the Carllst agitation In Spain is taking on a now form. Agents ot Don Car los are trying to Induce the peoplo to engage in a movement in the Spanish Basquo provinces tending toward the reconstruction ot the an cient Kingdom ofNnvane. The inhabitants of tho French Basques, tho despatch add9, re gard the movement fuvoiubly. Sl'AIS'S RELATIONS II'ITII 7.-.VOI".4.VX. They Are or the Most C'oidlal Nature, Says Uiil.tf Aliiiodmnr de ltlu. bptctal Cable DtHiatch to Till. SfK. Maiihid. Jan. 2 Duke Almodovar de llfo. Minister of loielgu Affuli-H. absolutely contra dicts tho pessimist rumors concerning Great Brltuin's attitude toward Spain. He declares that Spain's telutions w'lth Lngland are of the most cordial nature. .4 nnKTAnsK's itovaii voyage. Tiiiiisntlniitlu I.luer I'ncminlrii Heavy "Went her on Her Voyugn to lint re. .Special Cable Dtipati.h to Tiir Sun. Havre. Jan. 2 Tho Goueral Transatlantic, lino steamel La Bretngne. fioiu New Yotk, ar rived hero to-day. bho reports having en countered heavy weather on the passage, during which she lost n boat uud sustained some damage to her deck fittings. j llOXAI'AiiTISrS AIIE ACTlrtS. Said to He Urgnnlrliig Their Forces In the Siunll Communes, &perial Cable flerpatch loTllG HCN. London, Jan 2 A despatch to tho Lxehange Telegraph Company from Pails says that tho Bomipai lists, despite their denials, are actively organizing their force". Committees havo boen established, even In tho small communes, to ascertain the number of cltlotis IILely to favor the restoration of the empire. St, l'nul Senmiiii I'lendu Sflf-ltefeuce, Vs'dat Cablf D'tpatcK to Thf Swv. Sotn Kami-ton, Jan. 2 Counsel for Thomas dimming, tho seaman of the American line steamship St Paul who was arrested on Sat urday for shooting sit firemen of tho steam ship, to-day made application to Hie court for tho releaseot the prisoner on ball, which was granted. In suppoit of tho application counsel suld that Cummlngs neted In self-defence, tho firemen, nrmed vrltli sticks, having broken Into tl.e foroeastlo and attacked ill nt. I'leinler Sngaita Recovering, .Tiimii' Cable lifiptlch (oTiirBeM. MAPrtlu, Jan. 2 Premior Sngasla wasnblo to leavo his bed for four hours yesterday, when he received Hen. Corroa, Mlnislorof War, and others, FmllloCsBtolnr, who was III lat week, has recovered from bis illness. lluiili iifSpnlu Will Nol Reduce Iti Dividend. jtpttiul CalU Dflpaich to 111! Buv. Lonpov, Jan. 2. The ?'iiioncf(iI Aio an nounces thai tho Hank ot Spain will pay for the yeai-1808 the same dividend as in 1807, (JO pe setas on each shnt" 3lrxlran l.onn (o Hn lu ben by German lluukero. Sprciat Cablt Petpalrh to Till Bun, rjtANi:roitT-ON-MAiN, Jun. 2. An Issue Of 8.1 12,400 pesos of 5 percent. Internal Mexican bonds will be made on Jan. II. Thoy will be placed by the pilni'ipal (lormnii bnnkers, Reported .Vlnns.u i e In the New Ilehrldei llenied. Arrual Cablt Dnjiatch loTiirficN, Paiiis, Jan, 2.-M. lxickioy. Minister of Ma rine, Is Informed that the i eporl ot the massacre of a French Lieutenant and 111) men In tho New Hebrides is false, Meduli nT Vnlor fur Women Nmies In lurkn-Grerlnn ?Vnr, ; frial Cabtr Dtlpa ck to Till Bi'N. Athens, Jan. 2 -The Queen of Greece has bestowed tho medal of valor upon loo women whnsetvedns uursoslii tho lata war between Turkey and Greece. jJ.T"rgffflPlllln-IftVJeaSMrttW-JiJLMai'Hi'iiewe. .iliain'il'; 1 . ' ' ' ' i " ' tf ' 'I ' ' ' A CHRISTMAS JtORROK. i A Tale Held Over In Order Not to Ilnrrow the Kmotfons of Similar Batterers. It was tho dny before Christmas, And John Morloy wns supremely happy. And why should ho not bo ? Ho had n good homo, four healthy and pretty children, "the best woman In tho world" for n wife, and a snug little enmporenoo for n rainy day In enso tho wonthor should change. In pursuance ot his usual custom ho had takon tho afternoon off, and with n comfortable sum ot ready money in his Insldo pocket ho bad sallied forth to try tho well-known road which, whon night should como to shut in thowholo wide world would lead upward to the house tops and catch tho merry jingling ot tho. rein deer's bolts with thut jolly Jehu. Santa Clnus. sv Inglng tho ribbons over his merry team. John Morlcy wasadlacroot man and ho had never, sinco ho had boen old enough to soled n Christmas present nud pay for It. said aught to any living pemon what he lutendod to bestow In roraembranco ot tho happy tlmo. Indeed ho enjoyod, qulto as much ns tho glv Ing, this littlo socrotway ho had of thinking ho would aitr prlso thoso ho loved. Of com se, Johnny kuow ho would get a drum. Kilty knew tho dolly shn most longed for would come down tho chimney. Tommy wns sure of a hobby horso with a whlto manonnd tall, nnd tho baby know that she would get candy enough to stlok hor flngeis to gether for a week nnd make hor rosy little mouth like a rosebud for tho bees to suck ut, and Mrs. Moi ley could guess at any ono ot a dozon things she wanted nud bo sure ot not missing It. That was tho Mndotn man John Morlnywns, and that kind of n man nlwajn huHUgood tlmo at Christmas unless somo dreadful thing hap pens to mm. As Morloy wont trotting from place to place, whistling softly to himself between places nml chuckling In his quint way, he ran Into n busy street nnd thero espied his wifo. She. too, was out upon amission not unllko her husband's, and sho was hurrying along with some set purposo evidently linpolllng her. Morley laughed quietly and fell In behind hor just fnr enough away to koep truck of hor. What alio sought he know wolf enough, for he had already soon all tho presents sho Intended giving o cept something for himself It was for n re momhrnucoto him. then, thatsho wasscoklng, and John Morloy, like a lovor, waited a kiss aftor hor, though n dozon Pooplo might have aeon him do It nnd wondered nt his bold con duct. Thero was n "gents' furnishing goods" establishment a littlo wny up tho street, nnd this side ono or two doors a jeweller's window with some pretty designs In scurf pins dis played, nnd beyond, at tho cornor, was a cignr storo with a brllllnnt Indian in Iront of It. wearing a wreath of holly, which some senti mentalist had placed on Its brow. Mrs. Morley sloppod a momontnt the jewol ior'B window, uud then hastened on to the fur nishing goods plnco, ond John, remembering wnatchnnnlngtastosholnd In cravats, sinlloil. Ho walled In tho crowd and watched hor us she looked for a long mlnutn at tho rich display ot habordashary. Ho wondered what sho would decldo upon, and thon sho passed on and stopped In front of tho cignr storo window. John Morley' heart sank within him as ho re called the glittering array of boxes thoro. w Ith Its dnzzllng rows of pictured box lids and troplculliixuilnnco of high-sounding descrip tive nomenclature, nnd ho turned his head away, hoping that when ho looked again sho would have passed on, But.no. tho smllo of nsntlsfled seraph settlod upon her face ns sho looked into tlio window, and tho noxt moment sho had disappeared Into tho shop. And John Morloy. knowing what his Clirlsl maspresont would bo, grew faint and sick at heart. ET.KES VIXS IX TUB 1A RDEX. The One-Hour IJIrycle Champion Ilefcnti Waller lu a flo-llllo linn. At the blcjclo racosln Madison Square Gar den Inst night women with their wraps on them and men wearing overcoats shivered, whllo racing oycllsts circled about the pine-board oval, ton laps to the mile, clad only In cotton or worsted shirts and tights, nnd swoatod In thoir etrugglo to win a place that would entitle them to a port of tho monoy Those who slilv orod numbered about 2.000. Thero were possibly a few hundred otheis whoso sport ing blood wns warm enough to keep them from feeling tho chill of the air In tho big building Some really good lacing wus seen, but there was no one who rodoovertho edge of tlio track and no sovoro falls. The en thusiasm was ns much as could be expected under such elrcumstnnces. Tho amateur half-mllo handicap evont. in which Kramer nnd Sclnieber nud Lake tned themselves out in tho final, was as exciting as any, although not so closo as tho final or tho nrofesslonnl handicap. Kiamerwou out by a length and a half. In the niofessloiiul luce Hedstrom and Miller tnad nu Interesting bat tle In the last lap and Miller won by less than a wheel. Tho paced race, which was supposed to bo tho feature of the evening, was a fift-mi!ecou-test botwoeu Hairy F.Ikes. Iho one-hour cham pion. und l'rauk W idler, the bi-day "plugger." who finished next to Miller, the winner iu thn 142-hour race last month. Waller appeared on tho trnck In a suit of bright red. wearing woollen gloves, with reil stilpes ?.',' tue,V "J u cap with red iu it. Likes did nut ask tho si-d,iy man to "re move the b.indugcs from his hands" nor object to thu cap or tho long led stockings. 1 he champion eamo out bareheaded and wore only lis summer lacing togs Ho puvo " Old Dutch" a handicap of two minutes In the two minute-,' start nl!er rode x Japs, which Likes had to make up. At five miles F.Ikes bud gulued four laps and inado up 47 4-."i seconds of the handicap. 'J hey raced for more I inn fifteen miles ntler thnt. with Likes gaining slowly but Meudily. Waller's paving was much iioorer than that of Likes, but once or twice, when ho got u fast team, ho showed weakness In bunging on und changing from one machine to another. Both men used tandems. lutlietwenty-firstmllel'lkoK finished making up the full two minutes ho had given to Wullei. and ut twenty-one miles und three laps ho had closed In the dlstanoo ot eight and Hues quarter lain gained bv "Dutch" Afterth.it It bec-amu simply u question of how much Waller would bo beaten. At lint il of one hour Likes had ildden tvventv-seveu mi es and seven lups. Likes finished his Hrty miles in 1 hoo-.'JO minutes 40 2-fi seconds In time he won nearly four minutes. Follow ing are the summaries of tho othet events. One-Mlli. Handiest,. PmfcilMiial- l'mal hcilt wen by It A Miilei, New J ml, no vault, oi.u iu,i tioni, llmoMsu, miatch m uud Inn ,iii,ii Chicago, 00 yards, tldrd. Time, : minuus St, tt' onilM Half Mile Hsiulliap, Amali in -Final li.-nt-W.in oy,.-.5; .fcrsnier. Joist Orange, a rjlcli. .1. II. iM, , l'urt Illclinioml. 16 yaida, ih-iiikI, (,, l' Hiljieibm Jew Voi. tirotiti, tliiid. rime,' 1 iiduiitc. j J aecoililn. ' KililUlion half-mile ride on toicleui bj llarry Ulbsuuuuil Joe JJowmy. lime, 1 minute I secuuii. FHEXCIl 31 A 1 OR J'OR O'T.l MM, The i:ngllah Vote I'Mdril-Mi eet Can to Run on Siiiidnys. Ottawa, Jan. 2. Ono of the hottest elvle contests ovor waged In this city took pluce to duv. Tho fight for the Mayoralty was a trian gular one between two Kngllshmon and ono Frenchman. The Lngllsh vote split, whllo the French winds stood solidly foi tbeli compatriot, and Alderman Payment, tho French candidate, was elected by about 700 minority. The proposition that street cars shall run In Hie city on Sundays was earned by 2.000 plurality, Jamea Mnnuhnu Releiiaed, Oiuncie, N. J . Jan. 2,-PioseeutorCrano di rected yestorday that James Monnhan, son-in-law of Ov on Hanbury. who fell down stairs and broke bis nock, bo released on his own recognizance. Ho had been nrrosted beeauso ho loft tho room with Hanhurv. und It had boon reported that inemborH of the. family hud said he had pushed thu old man down thestaitb. I This they denied. Annual Sale of Ladies' MusinW Undeiwear. wi Tuesday, yan. 3rd, Wu Night Gowns, Drawers, H Chemises & Skirts, SB 50c, 75c, 98c, iji.25, $i.g5sB & $2.45. Ml Corset Covers & Drawers, K 25c-. 35C-. 5oc 75c., 98c.,Kl jji.25 & $ 1. 95. MI N.ninsook Gowns and Fino mfil Cambric or Lawn Skirts, H9 $1.95 to $8.75, Mm value S3.60 to Ill.M. WmM Nai nsook UrawersteUhemiseaR 98c. to $2.45, B vnluosi.ee to 1 fo). H Outing Flannel Skirts, 'K (scalloped edgo), H 25 cts. ,S Eider-down Robes, Sjtt silk girdle nnd bound with satin ribbon. Xlfi $4.25. y Silk Negligde, fl fancy broendo. In pink, blue, white, yel ijlB low nnd mauve, trimmed with fine lac. jH SlO.75, value HB.co. H Silk Skirts. P In blaok and chnngeablo taffota, umbrella jF( shape, with throe corded ruffles, l&n'l 5-x. E) In black nnd changeable taffeta, with '91 deepaccotdlon plaited and dust ruffle, mil $8.75. fl Lor d& Taylor' m Broadvray & 20th St. mm m Reliable Furs. I A CARD. This season's business as a whole H has been most satisfactory. Tin H wholesale and retail trade in Septem- H ber, October, November and the fir' H two weeks in December was the large. H 1 eycr had. My factory was run to i' Ml utmost capacity. Anticipating aver.,B large trade before the holidays, 1 niai.- ufactured an unusually large stock, bt H the week before Christmas was a diV,, H appointment. The rainy weather aiu H grip prevented thousands of ladie; K from leaving their homes. The lnli ml days are passed, and I am overstockef pi witli furs which 1 expected to sell -be' 111 fore Christmas. Sealskin, Persian Lamb, Mink anc II Otter Coats, Capes, Collarettes, Ned 11 Pieces, Muffs, &c. Magnificent assort- in ment of Imperial Russian Sables. Htt W est styles in Muffs, Capes, Victorinet Scarfs and Boas. Wj Also Hudson Bay Sable. Roya ft Ermine, Chinchilla, Fox, Moire Bab it, Lamb, Stone Marten, &c ' fi Sleigh Robes, 60 by 66, handsomeb f lined, glo. ' tt! Hudson Bay Sable, Mink, Blact" y Bear, Fox, Sealskin, Natural Otter am 1 Beaver Robes. ji Coachmen's Outfits, Men's fur-iinei. i Overcoats, Women's fur-lined Orcu" I lrs, S3 5, S40, $50, $75 up; also fuijf! lined Newmarkets. - "" " 1 am anxious to sell my manufac tuied goods If you wish to purchas m and will call I am sure you will be satit IB fied with the style, fit, finish and price K Respectfully, , C. C. SHAYNE, I Imiioi'lcr mill Mumilurtiiror. 1 - ""ti H-'OWeatlldSt.. bet. (ith Av. und JJroudvrny. ' N, II Now is a goml time to have fura mad t, I H liiffc.nro ur reiiainug dono ' VUIUSTMAS TREE STARTS A fIRl I Two I'loura of a Sotenth Avrnue Tenemea I Wno Iliiina.il Out. Jm August Wells of L'077 fioventh avenue n H maiked to his wifo as ho lit the candlon on tl V Clirlstmna treo in his parlor lust night that I wns glad it was for tho last time, as ho w ,H ulwaya arrald tho treo would catch flie. 31 nnd Mis. Wells and their llvo children then ti Hi don ti to dinner. W I'lvotnliiules later thoy smelled emoko.nn I running to thpfiont room dlucovored that tl H tree hail caught flro. uud that the whole roo,' I was inilames. Wells carried his wife, who fl ill. (o tho htieot. and thon ran back fourfllghl1 IS of atnlrs for the children. Ho managod tog' fl 1 is 1 iteVJ"',!,-,-! raf0"'', WlMlatn Mooik-.i , i!iwlI? ",'' twoehlldron. who llo on tho fl-' ' H benoiitli. ulo got out nafely. WW, J ho Mm buiiieil out tho two upper floors ji fdK tho houue The loss was $1,000. ' T Tlie Bess sofcgooN !l i ..-. i Agohst Use gmd I ford, of Cambridge, kJt uaa jpr j m m'Z '' .. as v'f as - il!ss Is a healthy, 1 Man Extract i5 " cir- sound constitution. Strength en- I traltOr.nrLCnd,nvle0" duranc d vitality come from V 1 rator, Impartsenerpy u win W' and vivacity; Increa- tn2 USe Of I 1 corpu'cieandS oHann Hofr I by supplies resist- ZZ ZZ J anc. to fotit-ie. it Nlalt Extract 'l 1 Is all you claim for J I "" Use it vith your dally diet JR' I "" "wVAl rat K.I'Tiff.'y " " I ML - "I1 1