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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1899. - 3 '
DEATH OF PROF. O.C. MARSH. .,- rtit'ira vai r.oToz.oaisT lAlr VI)S (If rSKVSIOSIA. ,, , surprise t" the t'nlTcrslly-At- ' "ta.d.n.e n " schtir. Dinner Agem- id I lil -l" IHitiKtillir.l Career fs',fine-llnir. Bestowed t pan Him. il.irv Conn.. Man h IS -Prof Othnlel ..VhP I'. I D. professor of paloon- ,,' u I ' '" s-eo'oglcil collection vlt I -r" ' dll" '" ,I'W Cl,y ( !t -i rn-un. mi Three weeks ago '", y,..r. .lurvtfd a severe eold Thin T. ...tava.Hl i.y h.s attendance t Hn '",". I0 (.irl Hohurz in New lork V h- I'- " "l!''"J '" N,'w """" hu "'M f'.u if "-' w"i,h 'il Dr- TI'o,,",, " 'V'"; ...Ml I ' 'I I'" ' nlni1 ,,,e l,rt'f"'60r lli,d "Jioa.iMM.in.onla Since that time Prof. $! ' -' ' n"'1 hu deatl1 occurred .ttinel a th m 'rn ng. "'" , i rf Marsh's death wan a great JJ in un.vr.itv circles, for It waa not even h. hfH-r,o...lrfll . immi'iato reatives. .No brothers or Ms- f, Zu him. 51.- of his distant rcla- ...i inn tr-e West Ms nearest relative In Tl I. m" , r.-lwhodyWctmoro of Prov- h Unite! Mates senator from Ithode ,''i .-rjn,jerncnt. forth- funeral of Prof. Yr-harein charg- of Wd.l.im W. Farnl.am. Teanurer "h. Corporation and a warm .rea. !r t.'l ! the '1' I'rofesior. o.krte I ha'' Mar-di was horn In Lock Ohtil inn , iinil WJ, t.0lwiue,lty rMwixt'vf Bl'i ' "! ll.vva. sent to Phil M'," v i ,v an 1 later to inlo '...! n I. i t-.iittitt-.ti he crti.l- 1 ., w- i,. '.it.. William Walter . ' . -h' lr''ior of Fine Arts ",' ' j,, , 'v 1 .- n Prof Litgene I. k ,.U W l 1" Prunes Polallell i.f I. r 'f .. ib hi- ola-aiii.ites. After ii- nli--'.1- in neru. gyand palcm-.,.,'-1 i".i' th" -h..tU'l.l .soleiitule ' ; , 1 1 ,! . .'.ir- morn in (jor ra ,a'l" i it ' ' rg and Bre.inu Ki ,- hi V. It IMT.1K , in 1H.U). ,'h,. - h- r.'i I ho held till hi death. , vi li..r. i nlifB, .r..fi;s.or-lili. as L ii-MT a debited pniii' twll7 .,' hu ,t " - l"(1 ,0 nor1' ln ,lie iiiwiin II- ' " m '' ."' Te'll,,ll ''einc a ",'",,'',( r- reihnl) thn binker. and I- rw i ".arr fr nil Yal CoI.eBif It .. rtii.. t -. ti I u.i'i"ii that Oenrce Pea "',.' '' M" ' ai" the Kilt of the l,j. ,1 M ,i 'i n nhich Prof. 31ahs col- '(' r i .'' m ,r-h h;3n tho oxploratlon of il-it- rM nr.-a n r ion. Itttlne out expo V ,n . rpar '" r -rut li;i owuwien-" to ..,TrJii". nkr -.wn di-trien. but after liirhna-a- it. I Mlihtlm flitted htafu i Tc '" r' "'' eofaeltr of chief , . rt" J-' I' ,UP e.i.ir' of h s Inieitl '.:. ,.'. h iw i K-o.it !! of th- In 'Inn ,, jtoka'.'! ii ' i.-t In them. His attack ;,t ai.tu'.m r. i i-iti lT.-i had for a re fu tai ii r i 'Ii" r treatment b the itoiornt- c ' f " M.'ir nyo when lie imi t.r.r'fl fi" In' i" chef Hod Jacket ., i. a i ti. at tin home on Pint. . , H , N 'i II n. .p. hu epriences Vt, n t'ir J" .. .'-'"'"'eriaincrl tnti Mwn. I- t, m-e'ni; "f 'i'.ititlc n'.oiation P-5 Vir-h dnm t k .i i.toniitient part. f itas Pel t -e ih" Aiiiericin A.soel- . 13 f r th" 'i .i ni"iit of Nilotic In :.; a-.i Vt : i tl National A"ndemy r j- ,. fr -ii l.'l to 1 '."i In jssiUj r " i"" ii" d'uree '.f doctor of phi- i-.-n ffi II id-lh-iB L'niier.lty at its ,i't .inr .-ar iti-l th" .im "ar. on the. is4i"n ' HiriaM i '.!;.' '-Ti'itli anniier-i-r ri-c- i ' letfri-e of doc or of laws -'l th f :n -r ... T- ' Mar'n er mirrld. hut kept hou" h fi in I u ' for hlm'.df on the fl;e if Prmiec- Hil' He Inn etiiK'ied I -''a '.1 ifai" with desi-riptions . ov" 4". r kn 'Is of fo.i I :ini cj. i.mt f 'h"i-i "f tho very Ii i:h"t u"'.'. r p r-T . tho work of eol t-et. ire,"tin rn h f.i.'er thn that of di-.i-nh-jtlnfoi ii i' .i.'imteil. it N likely that I i'. -m ' 'i i' Il inereased when the i..T-.( i p hi h" "-'Par. of th" I'ei I . i Jl i. m ar" i umacked and ela.silld. n .t.... pi.. uti'. i "W d.i.o"iiea he 1 j"i hu1 ip .!...' knin eitinet "rtelir.it. s thjthi.lii "i r. I on oun I in Amen i-i. .talcs ti ' ". r'.int dw. erle. urn th..." r t tv -i. - 'i s of lurds nith teo'h he olvD' n 'II. and lh- flr.t known KvrT't, rer t-. ti'.'. In the wicjih ter- srj o' the I . .i M.niutnin. he found two r ordrr .f m- ma uip.iN, the tilloduti t dtd th h'lee .lit. oc-rata, as larcu m n !.'bint and with horn e. ir--i in t. .s'l' In the .ime formation I m i.r 'i h pi ..t start'iiic d .nery, thfct ' the . . I anei-stor n' th hor", tl .1 M'rru'.a-1 i-ii" a. a f... with I nr t-... and tt sur f I'fth on tlie fun for' and thn e tTjintl... I'lmlfi . 1. mid. In newer formations. in-o' npu-ai Ihiii .pu. H.'al.i.'o iiul tho 't Ei nk"i.. tat- n. I marsupian. .. .i'mmto.1 nthe Cut. ' .'.it. .. .," lti at In rti d l.tonto-th-rtln'ia1 th. ' ihl- .tinul titdm.i et ill., t ti-rel, 'he ! tr-.n.r.. of wlmh he obtained f: rr.iu- .! m "hs M'ee lsTo Prof Marti had been prepar es mi-n.jr.ili1 . .! .cnliini; his di. -overiea. B"e that, ,111 of wlmh lu appeared r. the tra... m ,,urnal nf ... if ,0 anil 'a the publ "iti.nis of the L'nit- I Sta-ei '""ti .iri.v Th" Inst to m. war "T o tiiti.i.inis of North Am-ri.-i. K'n I'rof 1 11 ti l-'nnted to many furemn fit.H. m.(.i, h. th" Hr1t1-.I1 (100 okIimI fo otl.wh ch in IhTTronterred Its llfchv Medal r lira, nnd '1 1 et.ch Vcad'iii) o' N-iencs If-' Tei' he w.is m.i ! i-orre.p indium member ff the I ren Ii Vimt I'rpf Mareh wil I o i.-t remeinbercil at Yale J J8 tniiin ' it u'lts, mail" in January, l-i F'rt ar-he 1,1.1 I e.-n cull,. uu- .1:1 in- ,IM. !. ( t- , ii,.. of Hr'ei.rutan. inertei rate In.. . irotn all ovur .North Anion fthee.'.eti t nutulor.nc many thou.aii, l;il1u.poC ip . Thes.. he Kae to Ynlo -a; 1. "f tl it y ar. .ifcomranylnc the cift 1 ' '"' L' r' l,"" ..... w'"" "a I ''"' my plan tlntthe j. 'Mir. . .!,. noli I have made shuiild t"ume th- r r .1 i-rtj- of ale. and from the r-'lrrnv 'e. 1 nn !! fot sii,., adi.l.o.itton J hem . t mm .enn. nrohuhle that I shall n tMeti.s.i inv . r ulnal intention nf bull, . 1 . mi a .lopir'mont of iwieontoliiy that ' VV-1'" ' iriirlna1 re.eareh as well 13 ti unn e-"1-1-'. '"' ' !t''1 ' C1L' UT co1" cti'jns 'T'eer.tirer.'l.etinn Includes six Individual J"tot,s t,H trii, w..r. i,.rt"liratefos-.iU, Itito.'rap. rtant 1 vt of th" ti t. Tim In li.'V'v " 1' ."'ai"mi.. I. rds and rci 1 ' ; N '" n prion, n u njiio eoll"o. . 1! much l'rof. Huvl.y san'l a 187U e't ia i.WV "'", , ST" .,l" st Collection of itM.'i. r.'1" " 'r ' a'idepres.,.,i a ,., r(. to 5ii ,l Jt'-C'imliei n- u"Ciinens ha. been 8.1 yjT ,""", UI"1 '" "" upwarl of Id rnr,.M.'.lU 'h ,r0'l,'",-"On Of fOSSlI nv Jm..!':"""' J( Vall' Third Is cr. t,Z' ' J''n fr""J-. Itieludinc P"e. I,IWT 'P1. 'r the world, secured 1 iV?r.'tM,r"h, ,""' h individual end mor th. ur,i . ' '" "'J ''""I0," li'c'u le. ."eral ri.?t;iTi".",n' r"m lldnoi.. frun the I li 'J? .1 '"'"" "')k. "11101111 from 1 "it, .,1 '" a',c,,,t .'r'es "' "' Ii wi'i xl". ' e '?"rtl1 "' t'1" R"rles t-oM-. 1 -''. ""' .m'"'t eomtl"te. i'a,l?r""mi' ' r'--', e'-'i"tit:ilc men, of nil It. L A ' '- In tl"' co'lectlon are i-..,. :;'' L""' r'' nnltnal known to ltr-...? ;'-'he!S. thirteen cnrillns 111 per- I lillre, . ' ri'" ,W.n r. IPai'dnU'eOl en. i l'V 1 , r'a" ,ar,1'"Olo-ynnrt ethnol-Pi-rMr. i? "v"r.'1 th.u-and -pee mens ttifi," Ai"'i.a.and .1 tine collection of rte -0 ?1 oXr"1 J?,lJluable eift' Prof- Marsh WwiT.1 .?'" ?' "' ',-ver afterward, these t ..., mi. l' ."n."'r ,h chnrneof the t'-"ir., ,'n.l " K ',"'' "nl an'' 'heiroui-ip-int t . y tii!"ci ' t,C'a 'ust0,l o' curators Wtt?0.'! I!!'' ""'"''''"ns of , eial Interest is a tr J.h k " ' r,M s-howini: tho i;enea,- 1 n.bJ tw 'it"1'; r'ul t's Pf"' Mar.l. and ,, ,' ''Oyjro' llul"y.wl, ush,1 th., series ' Jl -'u, '.". '' ' "'J'- 'Iheie fiu- nl.Q .. Lth 1 ;, l"im. 1. i' fib..ni:iniil binls Ml"s hn -'. iv Jl" -'l-''ln,le I'lnoeerata. r.tf. iV ' '! " "','inimals o,., t,v th '-rtert. , . ' ' ":"''i'ir.or 1 lefu-oous Keo.th'0 ' .'',-" ' "' I'inosiuriauspeci. c--i .. . .,e ,,-, n anywhere. itnnr Niitvt, hat'e's1.1 ,"',a ro."red banker of Iti,c. ' .- ltln .' ,', "', "I'M. nlN ...,. r.,,y Ii, the Ittii, ;,,'",' " "'."' riniti-Jlr.t -tr-.t. t-nr) j p . "", ''' y w.ih In. bio b'i. h.i! r'.",' 'rda.la.t to i.iij a n...htha 'ov Vm s , V i 'J" ' ii-iilt n r hMiui.iii ?" .1 1 J '"i1' 'n.laph)si"uii who r-r- m! 1' w', "', 1.',r I11111 for h-wr.-d l Th. 1 ti i'' 1 "do. k In theiiioin. tofi.sh' . . ', Vsiar' " t'Tdav.iltoi,,,,,,, L "llk"...Pt 1 1 ' ' ,"1'"1 "''' wll ii..wn ft',!,, ',"': s,.r"": Mite, 11 ink there 1 - h" , 1 "I'.Hinuhamt. 11 inmate i"- I'." 1 ,.!i:Mn, " 1,1,nk '"id the Ji'u or .. K',C M.ie',ino Company Ho i'x-in ,,1 ,,. . ' rKP.iH ob lanils. tie w ,h ' ir nt al 'I e,iesa wlJijivnnd threu $"1-" "l" 5'hia- o..th. I). P . u,. 1, , ;"u n ' i,1' ! .o-'ical emin-irv. J1' He h u iJ'?,t,'" Ulr" n0d'' e.ter '"""rr!;,'1,1"1," Ii v'""' "' the semi. ,"' com. ","""".' but in the afternoon I ?;' u. , I. 1 "'.' re '. ' b home Y. -' Wi'i,,1 k.,1"" k"I.t his bet at the '3-ho ei a J Tnll-. e famllr phr . . A sh V . r1 "iu '' "fs not "t ul alarm tMn?.Pr:n"; J,1fr, lie died. IJr. Hooth "Isirr llaJ. Jf Hl v.uburn Tlieolouival r. us vai bora In Sow iorkclty Ooca. IBM. and graduated from Wllllami In lWli and from Union 'Jheologlcnl Bemlnnry In 18U7. For tRonty-foiir years he held a tmstornte In Kn fi."?00 ,Jj,HobeBan his work In Auburn In October, IKO.l. I .MrH.nilo.lb-.i..ltlm Crulkshank. tho wife of i'r. J,!,.(' Cnjikli.-iiik. iirliiclpal of I'liblin I N'tifHii IV, In Ilr'.okl) ii, ilio.l of pneumonia on Iriilny at her home, 'JO South Oxford street. Ji ? lollK 0'"' f'' ,h'" r""t active workers In the Woman's ihrstlau Temperance 1,'iiion, an. lit wis whllo sh was nttemlinc a temper ance conference, in Netihurn. three week, ii'io, that she contracted the disease wheh resulted In her death. Hhe was the dai.Khter of the late Hoiuer.I. Iloiu-h of ItooiiWIIc. N. Y. Hhel-aves two sons. The funeral sctvlcos will bo held this afternoon, hi tic Memorial Presbyterian Ihureh in iSt-vi nthaxenue l.ouls Lnierson II .ward of Plalnfleld. X. J . died jc.tenlay aned JVJ He was born In , llmokhn For ieirnl years ho was ti.oo. nted with his father In the dry irnod- business In New ork under th-firm tiaino of Howard, , MancurA Co Uiterthe namnwn. eh-itu,'eil to Howard llros. It wa. throuuii Mr. Howard's 1 elToits that club cais were Introduced on the 1 New Jersey Central Itailro.id Tho llrst otm was built ten years aco and was named " How ard In his honor. Hush .Nelson, nucil Rl.dled In HopklnHvllle. hy . ycterdny. of pneumonia. He belonged to the noted No. son family of Vlrclnl'i. nnd was telatetl to Thomas Ne'son l'nrje. the famous niilhor He was n veteran of the Texas wnrfo Inilei.endeiico. the Mexican war and tho civil war. The Iter Joseph Wood, a retired Baptlit m meter, died at Mountain vllle. Orange count v, on snturilay mornlni;. He wai on years old and leaves a widow and three children. Mr. Wood wns the son of 11 Methodist minister. He retired about live yenrsneo. Prof. Theodore Hobicand died at Reltunte. Mass., lestcrilay, lined 7fi. He wns born In rranee and came to thlscountry when a you tig man Ho was for many tears professor of 1 languaues In Drown University, retiring about lllteen years ao. I Silas Constant, a member of T R. Ornnt Post, I .I'-'i.O A II.. died on Friday nt hi-htmie. 1 U ' I.exlnpton avenue. Hrooklyn.in hjs flltv-elghth year He i-eiveit In tho civ 1 war with tho ly.'th K". Y. V. He was a veteran flreman. AssKjtnr.r has a jia aiimt list. Gen. nnloft Says It. Member Mu.t be Con sulteil In the Fnyinrnt uf ttie Troops. .p'i' CatU litipatch (oTHiSt-N. HAV4MA. March 18 Oen. H0I0IT. Inspector General of tho Cuban Army, is rather strangely airing his opinions In faor of the action of the Cuban Assembly. Gen. Holoft", who until the present tlmo has been helping tlen Gome?, now says that the rolls of tho Cuban Army which have been requested of him by the Assembly have been do.iveredto that body because the As.embly I Is tho superior power. Only the Assembly has the complete lltt. of the army, he sas, and it will consenuently be necessary to hae, an un derstanding with the Assembly In regard to the distribution of the J3.000.000 received from the United States to be paid to thetroons. Gen. P.olofXadd. that f K.OOo.noo Is not enough, and that tien. Gomez will have trouble If the distribution of the money Is made without the authority of the Assembly. Gen Ilrooke has decreed that municipalities which calm rights of pr perty in theeemeteries of the island shall present their claims before the Civil Governors within two month-. The Catholic Church claims the property rights In these cemeteries, and if the decision of the Civil Governors Is favorable to tho inuniclpa ities or the L hurch an appeal can be made bv either to the Superior Court, or if that court is not yet organized the appeal may be made to the Ciovriior-Generl Tho Cuban General I.ovnaz has been ap pointed Civil Governorof Puerto Principe and Major E, Ladd has I een appointed Paymaster General of the island. Mrs. Ilrooke. wife of the Governor-General, has been appointed President of the Pious Junta of Cuban ladies patronl.ing tho Asylum fur Orphans. The Sevi-nth Cavalry was reviewed by Gen. Fithugh I.eo at llnona Vi.tn to-da. The United States cruiser Chicago, which convoyed the transport Jleinle conveying the $:t.oti.Oiiitopay the Cuban soldiers, left the harbor to-day and thu auxiliary cruiser Jtcso lute entered. Gen. Gomo? continues to be the recipient of popular demonstrations. fro.vAX ror.vi nitoirxev. She Wore it nine horge Ure.s nnd a rienTj Itlnck llcefer Jacket. Y'ovKEr.s. March Is. Tho body of a woman was discovered by Detect e T Ft. Lehaney of tin) New York Central Railioad floating In the Huil.on this evening just at dusk Tha woman must have teen about -10 years of ago and n.13 5 feet 4 Inches ta'l. The hair Is brown and was worn in pompadour fashion Mie had no hat, but wa. otherwise fully ill,.. .pit J J..r dress was ot b'u serge, and "he wore a black reefer ja-ketof heavy material ller shoes were of black kid, buttoned, and .11" wore new rebbers An examination of the clothing revea d nothing by which the woman could bedlreitly identilled Her hand, wero gloved in tan kid She had no jewelry Th eyes are dark gray and one of the front teeth Is of cold From the appearance of the woman s coun tenance it I believed that the body was not ln the water raoro thau a day. Itiistnets Trouble.. Deputy Sheriff O'Donnell has received an at tachment ngnin.t George T. Davidson, lawyer, of 100 Broadway for Sl.f'.h'i In favor of Math ews. Grange A Co. of 40 Wall street. Tho claim Is for balance due on a check for $.1,500 which they say he gave them on Jan. 24 for certain bond which they held as collateral security for a loan The bonds were delivered to him. The check was presented at th" Fifth Avenue 1 ru.t Company, on which It was drawn, and was returned marked "short of funds" Ono thousand seven hundred and live dollars was subsequently paid on account of the chock. Tight New Court Officer, for rtrnokljn. The Justices of the FupremeCourt ln Brook lyn have appointed these court officers to All vacancies: Robert B. Keeler. George C Man nlng Fred II Parre, James JIoMullen. ltlchard K Jackson. Frank S. Chadwick. John J. Mc Quade, and Frank M. P.ooney. The Weather. There wii 1 well-denned nd f evere !nrm rmtnl ln the Ohio Valley yi ttenliy moving nortl.eumard. The erea of dlsturb.nce utended from the like refton. iitithK6st to the Tcvas coast. High wind, were blowing In the snutlinert, the Centtal SUM ml the lake regt me. and the winds ere Uconiin. hi.h m the middle Atlantlo and New Kn.-land c me, wh(rethy wi-re blowing on .bore with din. 0 foA Pain or .now as falling over all the country eait f the Rocky Motintau . except Florida and we.t-rn Texas, Iber-- was .now id the Ula set t 011 and N'ew nniland suite. The rainfall wa. very heavy in the (Vnli.l Stitee nd will cause 1 rapid rise in the Mississippi ind Its tnbut-ie. Colder weather was tpreiding down from the 'orthet, vh.re the temperature ranged from zero tn ten below. It was warmer all cut of the Ml.lippl Itivor. In this city there a .now and aleet ln the morn ing and rain and fug the rest of t'te dai-j average humidity Ii3 per cint. wlud .oiuh.wt.rly. average veloc tj is mips an hour; barometer, corrected to read to sealevil.it s A. M. to 12, 3 1 H. 2i'.7T. The teiuiieralitre as recorded by tne oitlclal ther mometer and al-o by TnEflt-s's thiriiiunieterat th alrert level is shown in tha annexed table -llTril .Mini. rOjhctat. Sui'$. ;. J.'. J-'J. I-". '"'" l-W. I. s. M tl" 41 "- r. M4V 4 4T 1-M 7' 4 41 HI' M 47' 43-1 4k' 3 P. M.U.l ff' 4& 12MU 4S 4.1 4k wAsui.i.ins- i-iitrcisT ion arvtuy. Tor Ne Kngiand. rain or mow, mo.tly rain; high tastirlj win ., lui ling to north. ftrtalttrn Stw VorL, ram, wir.it, b'tominp high, rn.r .11. tl I For the Piitrlct of Columbia, Maryland and ea.tern 1 rennsjlvania, rain, fallowed br cleanog; colder by I Mindiy iiiubt; briik .outberlr wind., .hltlng to no ttiso.ti rlj. I For Ni w Jereey and Delaware, rain; colder In in . tin r ! sun lay night, wind, becoming high, ! iier hse.terly. j f. r wi.tern Pennsylvania and Ohio, generally fair, eiieid anew nurre. near Ihe lake; colder Is aouthi-ru I'ortion, br k nurtherly winds. I'.ir neatern Sew York, rain or .now; briik north trly w.ndi. jottisos ahuut rorr.v. TbePeorile'. line .teamen will resume their trip, to Albs 11 tor the rei.on on Tuursdjy, -Msri-b 2 ). 1 'll.e Jjesu It.cbiuoiid aiid Die ill I I'ii a.', foot rf I'n.al .trett, every evening ill 0 cluck ex cept Hun ay The Citizen.' Troy lln of .learner, wlllieeiime bu.lnei. to. th ae.aon of IbBou jliuisi.u. alsr.n 23, lt.vlug We.t Tenth irct pier, hw lurk. Only, except Saiurdigr, at 0 o'clock, ' ! DMCSCB OF XltK FRRSCII SATX, Adtnlrnl Itleilnler Attack M. I.ockroy Dar. lnc the Nnvul K.tltnntra llebnte, Mtriil (aK Dura cA It Tun Sim. 1 Paiur. JIarcli 18. Tho debnto on the naval estimates was continued Iti the Chamber of Deputies to-day Admiral Mlounlor, Deputy fort'harente-Iiifcrlourn. mado an attack upon M. Loekroy, Mlnlstet of Marin", de daring that he had terslstently blackened the reputation 1 of th" navy. The motives which tho Minister had advanced tor his course of action In his speech of yesterday, the Admiral said, I were as blngmat ns they wero lin- practicable. Ho referred to Id Lock I rov's experiments with tho submarine boat Gustavo "de with I itlnc sarcasm, saying that he presumed that 1I10 success of those ex perlments accounted fur the action of the com mltti e In hi Inglnc In an amendment to prevent the construction of another boat ot that type. He advocuted the building of Ironclads, and de clared that France was In the front rank In the mutter of naval construction M. Plou nrgtied that I'tanco did not have the fleet she deserved and sabl that sacrifices must be made to meet her needs. FtXLAXD I'ETtTlOX ItKJBCTED. Czar Order the Ilepntntlon to Return Home Pinna fur Emigration. Jrreifl' CaMr li'tpatchtt t Tai Bon. St. rriKimiiL'Htt. March 18. The deputation ' of 50(1 persons who came here to present n I petition with (itMK0 signatures relating to . the Imperial decree of 1 eb. IB concornlng the Constitution of Finland have been ordered to . return home. Immo lately, ln the event of their failuie to comply with this mundato forco Is threatened. I.osiion, March 18. In consequence of tho discontent at the conscription and other hard ship, in Upland, tepresentatlves of the Fin nish Political and Immigration Society are now In London mnklng Inquiries as to the most suitable territory for tho reception of thou sands of Fiiml"h emigrants Their choice llei between the Argentine Ilepubtic and Canada. AVSTJtlA'S llAEI.ErOX CLAtllS. OurHefm.nl to ft I ve Compensation to Miners' Fuinilie. Not Considered Pinal. Sr'ntl Ctib'e Ulloaleh to Till Sax. ViKVNA.Mnr.h IS -It Is seml-ofllclally an nounced that it has not as yet been definitely I decided to raise the Austrian Legation at Washington to the grade of an embassy It Is also .enii-ofll.'iallr s'ated that Austria does not consl lor the Hazleton, Pa.. Incident 1 close 1 by the refusal of the United states Gov- ernment to admit the Austrian claim for com pensation to tho fami le. of tho Hungarian miners killed there, Austria still matntalnlnK the justice of the claim. OEitsiAS ciiAsct.r.r.oirs nitBAKnotrx. HI Subordinates Ilo Prnctlcnllr All at III. "Work ow. fprnat Cti O'lvatc In Tai ".n. Bebi.in. JIarch IS -Chancellor Hohenlohe'a 1 deerenitude has been much commented on In j the Keich.tag lobby tills week He lias almost suddenly broken down His subordinate, do ' practically all of his work, but as Dr. MhiU'l. though not Chance lor. Is Hohenlohe's real 1 co labortttor. the f hancel'or's retention In olllce only slightly affecti allalrs. VATAI. r.XI'LOStOS IS FRASCR. Three Men Killed In an Ammunition Fno. tnry at ltourges- Three Hurt at Mar.olll.. .V"oll Cab'.t Iirtn'x f Thf fin, Paris. March Is An explosion occurred In the shell-fllling department of the immunitlon factory at II. .urges to-d ly, killing three men and injuring three other An explos on also occurred In a cartridge factory at Marseilles this afternoon, In which one .oldier was severely Injured and two oth ers slightly hurt. Expense of the Pence Conference. .spsfint Cab,t l)etratc to Th Strs London. Maroh IS. A despatch to the Cen tral New. troin The Hague says the Oovern mont of the Netherlands has asked the Cham bers f..r.i credit ot 75.0Xi florins to defray the expenses of the peace conference to be held there, beginning May 1. Tnx Demonstration In Spain. Syeial Cat le Petpatch ' Till 9r-t. Madrid, March 18. Placards have been posted at Castellon and Aleala de Chisvert calling up .11 taipayers t: refue to pay their taxes. The placards, which were addressed to the repatriated soldieri. wei e torn down by the Police. Dr. Soli's Trip to Apia. rmjl (&f fitipaieh t Tni Sen. Bfrmn, March 18,-Dr Solf leaves soon to succeed Dr l'.altel at Apia He will travel via London, Washington, an 1 San Francisco, and will visit both foteicn oillees. M, Turpln Wnnt n Now Trial. fiecial Cahtf l'tpatr to The Sf-f. Ptr.is. March 18 (til Hla s lys that M. Tur pln. the Inventorof the eplo-He melinite, who was convicted of treason 1.01119 tune ago. has decided to apply foi a revision of his trial. Still Hoping to Find the Dredge Admiral. Norfolk, Va . JIarch 18 1 he tug Pioneer of Phdadelt hia. Capt Minford, this morning towel Into Nor'olk Inrhor a water and coal sen which wa attached to the dre 'ge l 111 1 lal when .be wa. aiandoned at kea niter thu turf l.owen, winch wa. towing the dredge, sunk with all ah-.aid. The disaster, Lv which twelve men lost their Itvcoceu led oil Ho. J. laud. Oils coast, on Match s. The excellent condi tion nt the hcow il ivered c it.scs 'he crew of the Pione-r tobelievotbat tho Adm ralisallo.it and lias merely dr.fted further to windward than did the scow. I. 7 Ji t--if t!4- K The pedestal, the support of hetlth and beauty, is l)r. Pierce 5 l-'avorite Pre scnption. There can be uo beauty with out health. There can be no health when the delicate womanly orpans are diseased. Diseases which undermine woman's health and prey upon her beauty, trrejjular periods, inflammation, ulceration and female weakness, are per fectly and permanently cured by the 1111 of "Favorite Frctcrif'tioa." 1 MRS. PUCK WEAKENING. irvcn affectum nr the tisit or IIKH ntlUTIIKK, She Watched tor Him Anxiously Until III. Arrltnl nnd When He Left She Spent n I.iing Time In Trnrs Fears Entertained Thnt She May llrenk Down Completely. filo Rimi, X. Y March 18. To-dav, for the first time since her arrival at tho ptlsoti, Mrs, Place, tho eondenitio I iniinleiess, began to show signs of losing the wonderful self-control that hnsdlstliigiii-hod her. The visit of hor I brother. Peter Garretson, this afternoon un 1 nerved her considerably, and she broke down I nnd cried for a long time alter he had gone. She had n very ioor ulght. M10 went to bod about 111 o'clock and soon after she tell Inloa light Blum her. Bho awoke about midnight, ami from that time until 7 o'clock, when she got up and dressed, she slept very little. Bhe hardly touched her breakfast, and loft her room to be fixed by the matron. Instep I of doing It herself, as has been tho case hereto fore. All during the morning she showed signs of Increasing nervousness, which was ascribed to her sleeplessness She asked Mrs. ltlley. tho matron, several times If nothing had been heard from her brother. For two davs nothing hail been heard from him and Mrs Place hud almost given up the hope of seeing him to-day, when he arrived late tills afternoon. Hecame alone, his daughter, whom he expected to bring, feeling at tho last moment that bho could not stand the ordeal. Mr Giirret.on was very much affected upon meeting the Warden, and the tears continually ran down his face. Mr. Sage took him Into his own house to allow him to regain control of himself, and then he was taken by a keeper to see hie sister. Mrs Place, n.ways on the alert for n v.sltor, heard him coming and was nt the door to meet h.m. The sight of his sister was too itiiiili foi him an I h" broke lb svn and sobbed when he too bet band and l.i.-ed her. Mr I'm. 'e al.o begun to cry I adly. and '..r .ome time neither 01 tnem could speak '1 he interview, which I. p rot. ably tho lust the two w II ever hold, lasted about an hour Win 11 .Mr. Garret. on came out be was cr ing and sobbing, and I1I.1 sister was in a like co dltion. Mr. Garretson left for his home In New llruiikw ick alino-t immediately. He refused to a annhing about the interview with hi-. is. ter I efor. leaving Mrs. piaee cried for a long time alter lie had gone The general nnpti . kloii lb that her. It-control will not last muili longer, and a genoial breakdown ik feared. nrd"ii Sage fa to-la tint Mrs Place knew just about when she wou'd have to d.e, although tho direct atinoun. eineiit will not be made to her until later. To-morrow Dr. Cole, her .ilr.tual adviser. Is ep cted (run lonker.. and his visit will doubtle.a have a good ( fleet. '1 he preparations for Mrs. face's execution, which it i. believed will occur on '1 uesday. are being tunile rapidly now out with cousl terablu mote secrecy tiiau in firmer cases 1. very ef fort Is being made by Warden Sage ami tho pii.iin o'lb 1 ils to p-cveiit in gleat publicity concerting the dotal s In doing so tho War dun beiieveb he Is only lollowing . ut the sug gestions nt the tic.veinor to I ave nothing .en .t 1 ilia "h iiactcrie any ol the pr. ceding. State t ectrici.ni Dav l was here a.-alti to-day and in ide a more compete Net of 'he elec tri. a I ,i par.itus He kp-nt sou..- time In the denh eiiaint.er, after whi. h be had a long talk with the Warden. He te used to ..ay whether the cle 't-le.il urrnng. men!. w.,ul I tiiTer In any re.pe-t from tho.e of other executions, nor would he dikcijto the matter lit all He will protialily make one more visit to the prison be fure th" day .et. Warden ag. called op Gov. Itooscvelt on the long. di. lain e telephone this a term) .11 In re. uaid to ...in of the lU'ialU ei unar anged for He s,u I that 11. vet 110 women have vu unteeied tti.ict n hncdiai-ltr o phv-.icl in or a't"ii.iatit a. th" 1 xeeiitiim as htiegisted by the Governor It 's .(ti.l to-day that one of the niitroii. now attend. tig M s I aeo would prohibly cti kei.t to a 'company her to tin- death chamber. The mot Important iiues'iou of th ee et remaining U'ideelded I. tho wav 11 whi Ii Mr.. Place wt I he taken from le r piekcni itirti r. t the death cham ber l'h" Ward-11 thought pos.il.ly ttiat before the execution he won .1 have the w- iman taken to 0111 o tbe . e b rcgulail) de-igne.l or mur der, is ,-iwa't tig tin chair. 'I le-.e are built null' next to the death ebntnl er, and were do. signed in Mich n way that the pers-on to 00 ex ecuted would not be exi o.cil to th ga7" of nnofthe tber pr.oneis 01 any one oiit.itle Ol the pri.i'll. It Ha. piactlc.llly decided to dav. however, to nave Mis Place remain in her loom on the top floor of the o d h. -1 'tai hu. bi ll. g until the tune comes to conduct her to tho clair. A ' irdlug to Mr. Sage that part of the pro ci edings vv ill ioi dei ml upon Jli. Place . con dition. It wa. .ear. ! that to remove her to a death eel from her pre.ent surroundings would re. tilt 111 '.er 'ire.'i'iilig down coinpleten, a leature that ev.-ry ..ne h .p. scan bo av.. .led .Mrs p iidi w-l'l vvear a 1 l.i'ti bl.T'k gown of her own wh.ch will I o ar niii"! .0 us to readily ad mit the lasteuiug ot the e.ectro lo to her leg. iMfjE.vij.v 11 i.V(,--;s i.y qvei:i. Dr. Lusk nnd Mnttliew J. (iotilner Will Probably Ilotll Ite ltellred from Olllce. Many Important changes are anticipated in the next week or so among the var ou heads of public dei artmehts In tho borough of Queens It was officially announced yes erlay that Dr. Omd L. Lu-k, As.jstant Sanitary In spector of til" borough, vv II b removed next week His successor will be Dr C. X Piatt of Astoria. The ofllces of tho Boird of Hca'th are located in Jamaica. Dr Lusk lives at Iioek away Peach Previous to consolidation he was for several years 11. alih Officer of the town ol Hemp'tead. and m.id quite a record fighting tlie llanen Island nuisances and tho dumping of arbage 1. (T the llockawav shores Dr. Piatt Is ono of the oremo.t pbv.lclans in tho I orough. '1 he salary ot the olllce Is $11,500 a )ear. Matthrw ,T. Oolduer, the pre.ent Deptitv Commi.eloner of .sewers for the borough of Queens, it Is -nl I, will also n tun within the n t few weeks, and will b" succeeded by Wil 1.1m A. Wynn of I ar lioi'kttvv.iv, Vc... Pre-ident of the bank In that village. It i. .a' I that Wvnn . an author!' y on .ewe-s, Ii. vln. .uperlr tended th" eonlructlon of the Far lli ..away sveletn. vv lilch is said to be tho b(... sewer s.ktem in tlie Mat". Joseph I. A.lunead of Jamaica has been as. signed to rtutv In the borough Highvv iv De. rartment as Deputy Assistant F.nglneer at a salary of $1. "tin a year while George Ilergerof Long Island City lias been mado a transltmau at a salary ot $1,000 a yonr. DXrTTl 7.V ST. PATIilCK'S CATUEnitAK Aged Hairdresser stricken vvlth Heart Dis ease Willie nt Mas.. Francis Chagnot, 70 years old. a French hair dresser, of s'J4 ixth avenue, fed dead yester day morn'ng In St. Patrick's Cathedral. Chagnot. who was a devout Cntlio'ic. attended 8 o'clock mass every morning In the cathedral. Ho took Ids customary seat jesterdjy in a pew on a side aisle Dor tig tho canon nf the mass Chagnot fell to the Ilo r of the pew Two men nicked h m up and carried him 'o tlie vestl l.ii'e. An ami.u ano" was summoned, but he was dead when it at rived 1 lie apparent causo of death was heart di. a.. The Rev. Dr. Illllls Takes Charge at Plym outh Hum h Tn-llnj. The Her. Dr Newell Dwight Hillls, the sue eeasorofthe llev Dr Lyman Abbott in Plim outh Church. Brooklyn, will preach his In augural sermop this morning He wi'l also occui y the pulpit in the evening Mrs Hilll Is ill On Iier return from Old lo nt Comfort lie was taken seriously ill in Philadelphia ami wns not ab e to accompany Ii r husband lo Brooklyn She will go to I nkcwool as soon us her health permit. The Itev Dr Abbott has got bat k fr.ni Ids trip to Bo-ton and will prob. al.iv be mi hand to witness hib suCL't.ssor s ad vent to-lay. Oen. Stewart I.. Woodford Hells III. Ilrook lyn lluu.r. The fine house of Oen Stewart L. Woodford at mi'-i President street, on the Park Mopn, In Brooklyn, has been cold to Mr G V. llehr for t'Jil.iwi Since hs return from -pan G ui. Wnodlorii has le n tvlng at the Hotel Mar garet on Columbia Heights lie lias made ar-raiig-ineii's to spent tho summer in 1-uroi e, and it Is .,nd thai on his return ho may move to Manhattan. The Dixie to rte Pitted t'p as at Transport. The transport Dixie, formerly the Morgan line steamer FI Itlo.nrnved yesterday from the L.aiue Island Nnvy Yard, and was moored at Ih.folo 1n11r street, Brooklyn She will I e fitted up as a ttoop-hip vvtth ov intir stations for about I.iiiki men. and, when soiii. 1 sM.ry literal ihsate comp cti-d will -ail for Manna. Dur ng the war the Dixie ecrvodas an auxillaiy crui6er A kepluasei nrlnn Offender Convicted. Hot ert West'ey, 74 years o'd, who was ar rested in Brooklyn a few weeks ago for swin dling growers 1.7 lalselv representing that he was authoilzoil tobeli them sugar stock of tho Arbuc.le 1 ro here, has been convicted In tlie 1 bpeeial Court of tieuaion&jind will be eeuteucad to-morrow. FIXE I'AIXTIXtlS liXlllRITf.!. Part of Dr. Oeorge Iteullng's Collection to lis Sold Hern '1 his Week. There wore placed on exhibition at the Filth Avenui Art Gillerles vesterdav ICO paintings, which are to bo sold at auction on Thursday and Frda- evenings of this week. They belong in 'h 0 II etlon of Dr Ge irge llculing of Baltin ore. w o has been oollectinis for thirty yeais. D-. I.iulitigh s made stllll dent of a hobby of the wotk of collecting to lead him to make a stu y the traits nf the artists whose itles h" lift cts, a d these ho has wel comed wherover found, lie t ought the paint ings lor his own uratillcntion, but Inn con cluded to tart vvtth u p iitinti nf his collection. Tee painting which probably wld be .eie rnilv ndinltled to be the bust of that catalogued for i-ale. ib tho Kuvkdiiel ll..,"titv ot 1 a. rem, with t ltio.icliliig Ground.. ' It Is onlv one of keveriii repie.eiiiations of the mil Dutch city luiiiited ly the artlkt. but It Is one id tlie good ex mules of nl. work nnd has an unmistak able ehaiin tliut grow, with study iiih mint ing; is coinprenensive. showing tho cltv on the P.aiti. with hou-cs In luw tone beneath tho shadow, stu d the trees, a br ght in ..l..w bo votul, and utioii 1 carer view levuaiing tho bleichin.' linens that .upi.lv a lar of the pie turn s title, wlille some llures llgtiten one cor ner of tlieVregri.und. and over all 11 sky that 11 almost a won lorliil cloud Btmly a. mie oti 1 lo-iker yoteiduy "hrnsed It. Thecioii I tutn-cs I male un Irregulai light Tall uiou the .and bcape. Some of th" rolling clou I p le. ar" mi I . uf light, others d.itk and hiiivr. Tlie s"l',n j PI Ice of the painting Is not uiillk"lv to bo sent Into the tlioilssu Is. I he drecior of too lie o Mo.eiim, when liero during tlie W'oii.ls lair. told Dr lleullug this cii iting wa. liner than a similar nee In tho Ile'l'n gallery Dr heulltis has been f uid ofktlll ll'e. pur chasing a number of tnteictuig eiiinpe, I among the be-t n! vvhhli Is tho undeniably go,., 1 "( d n liob ct and Deft I ate will J nut. Ac' 1 108 1, Kalfs, in which the pbad.iiu and rellectli ns of Hi" g. lden goi lei. the mi nute 1 aruglvcii to the debt nruaii entatiou, and j even to tlie 1 pel that curls fr. i'i the dlh at- j tract the altetitioii of the spectator, us does ' al.o the teetiliar ouality of the bickground, , ilark bitt'if aim. st tr nspari nt let'li. 1 nnt itix; 01 Kad's w inch, It it, - ild, 1-similar to tills I one. sold n pans a coutlo uf lears ago for Uti.iKii) trmes. Hanging not far fi-un thl. and henilng the . next citilogiie number, i.an aggrivatlttg lit 1 tleblt. l.V.i, "I ighiliou-eln oon.iglit A.irt v-m dor Ncer. Ho md." nl. an dx.'i inches, looking I into which 01 e see. the low. h ing Pi d.-tant iii'siti nnd its relit" Hon up. d 'liedsrk water, ns though the virti"il p.ane of tne toreirriaind I were the Ions of an inverted opera g a.s '1 he I'sli Ivuig in a bench 14H. ol l'.e)eien s. and II10 larger slt'illar group I Hi'.', of 1111 lur nen s. are noticeabk am ng the .till llle 1 1 I tutes ,.f ackni vvli dg-d va ue in the collecti .n. 1 Among tli" Interesting laudHcapes 1. Mdnr nier' "l.andeale. with toik' 7i' , an Ir ; regular arm., f a lake, or a mi anderlng s'teatn, . bordered un the near bank to gru.-c. and riislies and on the far sale by ote hanging I trees, overhead the blue skv of a fair dav. with ocean, nai floating whl'e cl ml. 'ilctrees m the luither side of the wa'er ate In till, loliage, borne of them just '..iking on the first linen of autumn. In the fnrrgriupd, on a Hat in the 1 slal'.ws. two -toikr- re.t 'J In- iktaigue D-nnts out that .Vhinuer was ono of the origi nator, of the tioderu bchoo! of laudscai e paiut. er. 111 German. The next number of the eata'ogue wii Iloos's "( attic in Liiiulsi at e. litis the atrno-pheie of the d I mil., ale painting., ns liave num. mus I others in tho ga erics 'Ihe "l.ntraif of l,u- ' ben. b Mother ic4 . attributed to 'a uniil of ' 1 lluoens, ' 1. light bo t.ikcu a. an unlici urn of 1 I lonscriatlsui on the part of Dr. l.eii. ng 1 01 a' I w.us lolloweil bv maker, of catalogue., th , toloring and Imcdiluu of Hie sir mg. kint'y face Pte.enilng 11 n.uch cm.er t-nnl 'ai.ee to the ma. ter. work than in inv Pa. I iblo fir- , genes, bouliv if erronuuu.i aitril.ulel tih.s ' biitl In e.xhll itioiik ami sa'ei in tin. and I olliei cine, slmilnilv, the laud-caie . I'i . pre-enting a chart, ing dlstrlbutiou m .un- ' I light am.eig th" tret, and low h .i.e.. with I borne Ilgures, that mai.e up th- c .ins..it.in, Is nut down to the "Miusil oT llobi.ctna, a -I though inlntings n d .0 good 'li.ive been aseilbed at public Bale to the a'tis' liiui.vil '1 liere are h i no pecu'iar light etlvct. iu a 1 Ian 'k.Misi, with a w,iteif.ill and main guros, put d iwtl In the C'l.ilogUe tj Salvador I.....I 1 il'"4 . and ipresumablv a c..mpo-tion f. rmed 1 am nig the m .un aitis of tlie Abrt.i. and there .c.cu-iou.ly mellow nfteig'ow of tlie.un. set In the i-aih evening laud-c.ipe ln..wliidi th ta.. gue attributes to San liloen on ir I Peuiiiig g t more oil 1 lli'lits iu a mo. nli.-bt ! matiio 11. Ii, ete.tlted to Uackliin.ei . in vvh'eh snips' light, and liu-bor light, dimi' penetrated the g.. om that Is onlv p.ntiv dis tel'ed b) rho nioon'k ravs which neue tho rolling cloud ba. Is Another which the doc tor liked vtell khow. the " Hoi v I auulv doing to I g pt ' il Jt. trave ling bv ulght and in tlie moonlight a torcli bearer iu advance, and an angel, ch.iracterl.tic ol th" am-t Adam II.' heiiner. to wh m the inlntlng I- asctlbed. leatliug Thl. picture ha various seal, od the baes aud soma Inscription. In Itu--liu. '"1 In Feast at Can.ie ' bv Veronese s ml tator, Que'! nus ( U- , eoinpri.es inauv tlguies with face, of ktron.-ei re.-ioii. fea-ters, wp.e bearers. Ac A oluitac'e.tic Holland lind .caie l.'iii. bv 11. nibi ut, ha n verv iigree.ible, co d attno.i here the com position II clod m. a pirtionof a river lherei. iiutueai le ihe Portrait of a Dutch I.ndv lln b) Mlrivet, the sub ect of oval lace, with a slight tinge of color In the cheeks, tiiiiet. sober, eteadv evci, at.d I" the ruir and lieaddte.s of the irtlat s time, tho early part of the seventeenth otn turv. ucchoro, the Spanish artist, who became a court painter to I 11 .ooth of I ngl itul lb tep re.ente.l bv a lortrail of the Karl f I one ter 15 J . carefully done, even to tie-mbrolderi"S nf the coU'tler s rulT Th" painting can.e from the Gray c ulection. sold In London a lew OLD SAWS. Old Proverbs Don't Always Hold (iood. "Old saws are sometimes broken. A mnn convinced against his will Is of lna own opinion still." I litivo keen that lunliy smashed. A friend came In to s-eo mo somo time iikii Yrhllo I was in bod with netvouu prostration. TI10 pliysieinn bad strictly forbidden mo to Ubi' coffee, and I had tried u little Postutii Cereal Food Coffee, but tho way It was served, il tasted to Hat that I broke tlie rules of the doctor und iK-cnslounlly dinnk .1 cup of colTee, although enoli tlmo I suf fered for it. During her convocation, bho nskod me why 1 didn't try Post 11 in. "Oh," I said, " I liavo tried that, but it's no use. I can't drink it." SI10 laughed out loud and said, "Why, my dear, you lmvo been im posed upon. If you once have Pi-etutn made right, you will bo In lore w th it from that time on." I listened to her with litt.o interest and much Incredulity, but sho kept on insisting. Shortly after, when I recovered a little, I wns vimling a friend's house, who asked mo if I would like 11 cup of IVstuni, und vvlien II was kervod, it tasted no better than 111I110 hud, so you seo 1 had, apparently, a must thorough t'xpnrlonco with the tiisto uf I'os turn, and I knew Its Uuite to ba decidedly Hat and insipid. However, I found for tho good of my health, I must drink It, nnd 60 when I gut home, mid was a little stronger, I deter mined to see if it cou d not be minle to taste better. I looked at tlie paekngo carefully uud found that tlie directions wero very plnln, that tho Postum must bo udoweil actual boiling of nt lea.t lllteen minutis I put it on In cold water. It took uhout llltei'ti minutes befiiro it cnmini'tifod to boil, then I allowed it to bubble nnd boil tifteen uiinuton morn, and after It had set tied, I poured out n cup, which certainly was as rich n dnil: brown cup of colTeu as 1 ever saw in my life, nnd when er nm nnd sulfa wero added, I wns unitized at tlie taste. " Uureku," I had found what I wanted. From that liiiu on you can im agine I knew to 11 certainty when it was served nt the table, whether Postum had been boiled long enough or not. There is u much difference as between night nnd day, Postum uuderboilcd ib ll.it, and boiled as it sliiuiid bo, is one of the mod delleiiius beverages u woman ever tu.ted. It 1 stnuigo that people try and try again, and iiiiiki' Postum 111 so s ovi-nly a manner that they fail to g. t the d.'ilc mit llavor fimn It. 1, o: coiirei', I iiv. no leiuptiit.oii lo go l.p'k to elllllll.Oll lUll'ee, for 1 I1I1V1 the fills SI .'tillVi. tw leu ii un , an I Hud it safe, p cikant, healthlul und etn ligthen ng tn tin' nerves. His. M. K. Luvi, itni.vi le, Maws. NuTl.-H7"pn70s of Oreeiibneksiind fjo'd wul be paid for truiiilul li-ttom r giirding expel II lice Iu Cofli'K l.riuklllg. See Statu- ineiit in this tioper Mar. lid, heuded "iluro Iloxe.s of Gold." If you miss the paper, write to the Postum Co., at Uutllo Creek, Mich. Ad. WHAT GRATEFUL WOMEN SAY I About Pe-ru-na as a Remedy for Female f Catarrh. Mmiiii'di.h, Yoiik Co., Va. Dr. R. II. Hnrtmnn, CoIuinbiH, 0.: "I can scarci'ly flml words to eipress my gratitude to you for all your kindness to me. We have used l'e-rti-na In our family for the past year and find it a wonderful riH'.Polno. It has rubbed tho grave of one victim, for 1 was in n critical condition when I wrote nti before;. Thanks to you, however, my health Is fully restored and am better than I have been for llvo years. I cannot, say too much in favor of your medicines. If you, can uso any words of mine to assist you In your work I will only b too glnd. I wish every' young lady in our town could read your book. There would bo n gient deal less sickness and puny women." Mlt,s Uertlia E. Sargent. Navamta, Tex. Dr. 8. D. Hartman, Columbus, 0.: wi. "I think It is &. tlmo to let you ySttX&iSia know what veifn your treatment A yffi?''Z9 (r v ',ns done for me. &$$ " Ml v I u,u rid of that ' "S" . . terrible trouble -SM 0 I bad when I v &WSSA?'fry' Wllfn J woulli IKV' could not straighten up without tho most severe pain I am well of that, antl nm much bo'' ter in other ways. I um still taking Pe-ru-na and Mnn.-i-llti and tun giving It to my two little girls. We took it all through the yellow fever scare. I'.vorybody In this town, I think, hud the dengue, but if wo had It, it was .0 light that we did not know it; only 0:1.' of th little girls had a light le ndnche and a I'ttle fever. I did not call the doctor, but u-.'d your medicine, which yesrsngo. Wlnterhnlter his aneirly "Por trait of the I'm ce , f Wale 771. Admirer, of p lintings of atiples and peaches luscious euiiign in chromatic rcprescnta tl 111 to bo all bjt 1 lcked from the ennvas may lie Mich ln .os. is and 11' of the catalogue, U10 work of Thomas ( orner. a Baltimore artist. 'J here Is an ngreeah'eiwork of!. Bolton Jones ! I.., very llkelv 1 urelnsed before the artist loft Bililmote. 'Intruice tr a I-renoh Park." In winch ttcre Is nn 111 reoh'lve hand Ing of the t ill ttee. in full green fodage which border a walk down which a young girl conies, clad In blu with white cap. There a'e several por trait.. 11 e'i. lh L. ,,ne froiu life if Napoleon III. i7'. bv D A Woodward of Baltimore Prof. Carl B.upp of tlie lb )al Academy of Munich 1 repte-entctl bj , vend w irks. Including "At" r. aching storm' . 4'i , In which cattle are jii.t entering and ' .nie iut leaving the w iter, sheep . -urr un a hi!'. Ide ro id. and a sail! oat ir.-iare. for the ive itlic. while a single pitch I of lbt in the .kv jur ton -tie. a curve of the I g'n.ev h.P and Is te e ted from dingle spot on thestiifa 'o of the witer.a'l el-e being in the , si.mbie .lia.lovv of tlic'dirkeiiine skle. ' '1 here 1 an almost a.totil.h ng nuantlty of we"-ktown i.ai e. fn tho cn'alogue, .ocethor w tli mum It.s familiar 'I ,ie eata'ogue does nm speeilv a large number of signatures, but Dr Ileull'ic tiesents the paintings con fidently on their men's as Illustrative ex ample nf modern American, German, and 1 rencli and eirly Diro'i, I lotnlsh n d Itall in art The co'lectfon will be on exhibition un til the evenlags of sale. UAUIM: IXTISt I.lGEXGtL lrreiATrnr ai.masc this tmt. Ban rises..,, tt 01 I Sunset. 8 tl I Moonset. 141 HlOll WATKIl THIS DAT. Study Book. 1 20 I oov Isi'd. 1 6" I Hell 0U S 4S Arrived B.tttipvt. March 18. e. st I.cu's, P.indle, siuth.niptcn Msroh 11. Si Csn.nsnia.W idler, Iavvrpooliliri-h 1 1, Queens town 1 "I Se Viler, N r-rh. fl-nm. Sslrmli 1'rs.er, p.rmnd. s. flnt -I. Trebr, D'llHcan, Vntwerp, S. Mas .i - J nl li , London. S- Ii - ut H.r. 1. 11 1 1. r.i vi. hs Itin era I'lird'-c, itla.g w. s. I I II. .ad". II ler V ttlsiaa, S-'. te- s. ii. Sv atnah. S ititisn.t. tt. P 1 , N r'olk. B.rl sbniriiiut, Al.t 11. ( 1 iifueio. il'or l.tir urrivsls see Flrt PiTev Atitovrn otrr. Ps I n ats, from Vew YorV, at Tdverpol. Ps Augu.te Vti t'.r.'H, freni New York, it NapIm. nitrn rnnvi roiirtii on-rs. Ps Killer Wlllielm II., from OlbrxlUr for Kw Tori, s. To brls, frcm I.lvirp ml for NVn York. Pi P r , 'r en s .ii i.a .1 . in frrVe.e York. S 1. Norniiiulie, nont M ivre for New York. sAitrp rTov i.ovirTtc pots. Si Caslmette from NV Orleans for Now York. OtJTCOI.O STKAVSntr. iail To- lnrroio. XatU C me, rem! .nfli. Algonnnln, rb-!eston Bonpvj Ui'llec, Havana ... 100PM Snl Jwdlir, lare , rt.n Prmen .. Too v vf joeo s M rrctl Prngrrsn 1 00 P M 800 PU El Dnrailo. Sew Or'.evis . IO P M .V.lif IIVJnrtd.il, Warr ff. St. IvmiIs, Southampton. 7 on s M irtpo A M Teiitnnlc l.iTen.ini l on a, vt I5IM1M Kens."i'tnn. Vntwnrn JO. 10 A M I son M r cf Wish'nin " Wi.tiiiu. 1 00 p vt .1 00 p f True . Ud. Ilrniiit. In 8 00 A M 10 00 AM Iro'ii n s. I'hvrle-. n Km p t Lau.pK9al,oalvest ui 800 PM covt.it .-rvvfsmr. Iiv To-di. Wdlcwtrns ti.l. ! ir Teb 22 Oitt.M. er.r Il'm'tir . MvcJi x Ii i vrB'.i 1. hriltar '.iroh 1 f.l Ti'innne ltarr , Msr. i tl Kent cm M j.er's .Man b 11 I .oil sua New lir'an. If a ca n ..... i.tr-itsr .... ,'i-c' 'i P el - .... 'a I'S". Jfi--I K l-n-pi is In. ' .Ainillr. M ieh l't Salerno si Mlckil Usreh r. Dv Iftiwlm 1in-lfO. Ohio IP II Mar-h 71 T.ir.i s n'erlnd vtirrh it Pa- s'na II nlrsm Ma-rb a PtilsVvM Is."iin Mnc'itl A-rM.r-l,. V 'r. ' ftrrh f tllleiite SewOrlevns Match IS I'ue ftftl 11 V treA ff. HoiMlan I Antwerp M-rch 11 An tint a ,, (llacnw March n Spaarnd.ru It utri .am March ft . I' 1 It I n VI 1 re 7 Ii.'n-' " P 'i s'ereb a ' a I r.ecarV. Per' t 'men Msr V, 14 f. -r I si i.n.. ll.T'l tl Ilrll.na M j, lr March 14 hue Wiln-'Ui, lirtii. Ksir FrIMrt'h neern. n March 14 An tea P rt Ijrnsn Ma-rh 1 , P.'a Hanili re March H I v-miiir fi 1 n'tar M r h H final te (ol iu Man h IS I live 7 'iu 'ii. VilrcAM. Mennmlnee I. uHon March 11 Kilrcpe Iti,tnri Ma eti 10 Cbalin.tte NewOri-an March IS I flu' Friittu, Viirrv fi. ' Cymric Liverpool March IS I Pretoria Hamburg March 13 TtitaCTiUj. CbrUUaniand. ...... March 10 ' I praise ldghly nml rccommond." Mrs. P. i K. V. tillle, Hot nt. i 0-)iKl, Miss. I Dr. S. JL Hartman, Co!uuibu, 0. : "I am sure that ro-ru-tiu Is one of S$5v ' tile best medicines jffr'VgUreA t on tho maiket. I ffi-iij'l J have 1 11 k o n it &, Z f& jl every vv Inter fur "IOT v'f M tlie last lour A-r,I !2! M1. Kl years. I ilrst tried 0tipl MM. bl it after a Ion V'i-K-StiSS. Hi liard spoil of l"Kill&ilk il grlppo for cough iiTOlJiS H and eat 11 r r li PZ!SSxa H caused by la teti;W(fag HI gtlppe. Inm uie that I would have been ft In my grave tmvv had I n-it used It. I have H told m.my others tlio good it did rae. B KviTybodysaid that I had cunsilmptlon, H nnd I knew that I would have it unless I H gut relief, r.very fall for tho last 'four yen is 1 take it as a preventive from cold. H I believe that If people knew what a great) 1 preventive I'-iu-n:i is they vvouid hnve less I trouble from that dre.uletl disease, la V grippe. It never fails. I am well ad- BP VHiicedln life, but I feel that I might llv B thriiiigh many winters with tho help Kj Pe-ni-nn. I never forget to recommend 16 if to young as well ns old fur all kinds ot K eolds, coughs, catarrh, Ac. I feci It my '" It duty to give praise where It Is due. I nm IK ami over shall bo grateful to the man who W discovered ro-ru-xm." Mrs. S. K. Dicker. K Nkw OniiKAjss, La. W Dr. S. It. Hartman, Columbus 0.: IS "iSjS much bettor novf jfe jbAX$T$ J tllnn I "avo for E y$y ? twoyenrs. I have ? vST X tn!,,1 '"ti bottles f; fi'Ze&Sf" "iti. "f 'our Pe-ru-nn . Vf-VSftrrM- '""' will ivintlnus t lS5liVvv 5 taking it and will f VlffiM r...ommend it to t ffflfil ",v f,i"n,1 ns a f 'Pfi ?i.yyv "&,'A V Kreater and truer &l VV' '" V phllnnthropj- i ' "l ' W".'' than this cannot bo Imng tied. A iuedic.il missionary llko f yoursel' ss what this world needs must, a3 l you are nlivuvs willing togivofreendvloo to vr, nil. 1 llud l'l'-tii-na to be the l.'st meillclni Z$ for fetuai" complaint, and iu all eafvo.s of ex- j treme vvetikness I think It Is the tiest rem- B edy in tlie world, as it hius done me 11 great v deal of good. My frlemU say that I nm looking better now than I have for yeais. . tj I They want to know what I have been doing, 2 I look so well. I tell them that Pe-ru-na ii did it. I liop. Dr. Ilnrtm in will llvo many years more to help others as he did me." H Mr. H. Ittithe, 1 h:u Stth street. M J !- SUITS H jW V NO LIMIT TO TOUDasf We Show Our Hand. 1 Hi Tiie fare? of show lnt; you aisles full of shop- vU worn pa. terns tlu' vot wouldn't take at .my (H price, thereby preparing vou lor the "some- w thint; better " at a tinurc much higher than the 15. adverti-e.l price is nd revorted to in any of K our stores Nu ' lake up anv piece of goods tt in our unequil.ed a -o.iment tin' strides your tH fancy, and the price for Suit or Topcoat mija Kr to measuie is pji nohore$S5.00noless 1 Our stock embraces the most 'nsonabie, ' IR fashionable and durable in the market. 500 H patterns to select from iK Munev tack if dissitifert U Send for samples for purpose of comparl- H son. H W. C. LOFTUS a CO., 1 Sun Buildins;, near Brooklyn Bridge. Etj 1191 Broidway, near 23th SL s( - n Flouting Islnuil Come Down n Hiver. 1 K Havana. III. March 1R-.V floating Island '' Wt between ono and two notes in extent and from jj four to live feet tin -k has c .1110 down the I til gjk nols ltiver. It eo.'ldrd with a cabin boatand S smashed In the keel and landed it ashore. Th H Is and sttuck a th rof the wagon bridge vlo- W) lently. shaking tne structure and throwing IF, crossing lion s ft .tn the, r eel The Island la pi now sT.indM I I" 'vv n tlie er an I .hore. ami W the city authorities Coutoinp.uto blowing It UP If with driittuiiti.-. " &! New School fur Am.terdnin Avenne ftj- rians were filed with Building Commissioner Itf Brady yesterday by C 11 ,1. r-nydcr. Superln- gf, , ten h nt o' n lit. .1 l.u id ng.. for a new flve- CI' I Hory I1-1 k at I st ,n s hi,' at ''ixty. sixth fir 1 street a I m-t 'am avenue The bul.dlDjr fit ' W li COt KU III 'I IW Wo are constantly asked " Why do you n4 ntlvertis.? l.verylioily knows ol Dr. f Humphreys, evi rylnnly knows '77.'" Jfi Weobfivvei liy n.k ng do you un "Sov if' enty-si'veii " ? No ! then you haven't a aaT- jp lug know ledge uf it, that's why. p Knowing nlmiit "77" for Colds and l fi rip do-s not In ni-iH you, ond iucidentalljr jl, us, until you try it. Ijj 6 6 VSm ECT 9 9 H it Dr. Humphreys' I'amoiis sipeelfle "breakt i up"(ol'ls thnt ' lunig ut,' Kuis'ks out y thuCirp m .p. L pg iittniu'ln Clicika .-j Ii Ilin lia sunt' s t .. '1 .uoal, Lhiat aud CO LIDS , 1 At druggists or sent prepaid, 25c 4 11.00, tfj UK. Ill Vll'HKI.W lllKIK stNI 1-ItXIC ' t' ' lluniphrijs' lied. Co.. Cor. VsilUaui JuaaMMi; f k'.w Y0k. h a (r ' I' 5'