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' THE SUN, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1899. 7 ? 1 i ' , . THE STAGjVIIIGH TO LOW. rnotf mrtT iki:si'K.ikk oir.v to runt i. mxa vtr.t. j,r Mnrl rnn-1 Jli-i-llitiifnnl Cmripniiy In tiiiMlliii" ruMliHlliiim llm I'nllee Hl.intriy r Notorious Indecene) s.iirn nf Ailiirs In lon-lun Countries. Tli. ii,iinioaiein iroductlons iittheHer ,11 n,iiu 'llicttre scorn to ehnimo wli.it has ,Pfn ii 'in if" 'ii Ititon proven fact. Sueh (..rliTinin "ami it I'O mailo to InUrest tlie ,iii- I In- iniiiolii.il nrtorii lire capable. (idi'lte 'I1'1 iniiy not do adapted to tragic rare. l"t '" li'H " 'li of lisronu. The nannVr 'n whleh lliu pIiijb aro picsentcd Is lanera.lr c -i. Tin' ..'ostumes ami seiyiory irt ttfil nii)iii;h The BP'rlt and slirnllk'nnco tf (lie 1 js 'lri f-'i'ilv Presented. Vet the Ifunlel.iki' .illli" liccJ. It lias freiiumtly liocn the am' (l u "' s '"IC l,orso"H '" tli flikep,." plan i:ieu at cheap piiecs In couii:ii' f.islnon anil under ucli flri-umit.iin'e as jean itco attended their filial "t III" Sndlei'H Wells 111 London. It Ins I"''" tnllfoil that popular support would ''jin I sii h an umlortak Inir. that the nihil'' M'd I'sien " Shnlcdwam for Known t ikf, mill "' ll,e dmnlt of ci oat names or the clini'ir1' el.il iiatn M'cetnolos. Within tho pit l" ' ' three scam u there liuio been oil dHrea th.it -u'h n scheme would he futile. jlio-i' ii f.it'H ot thr Idea urued that tho con dition li.ul n t been favorable. They Insisted tiial Mia. ei.niM.ie could he made urolltahlo. or, it Ifi't. self-.uppoilitur. Maiiaeers ol e t prlen " h iii nteiidud that no success Miild rome from "i-li an endeavor, have left the works ' the meat dianiatlt alono. Meiely i iiectahle ictf nuances of Nlnkespeare cannot U niii'lt a 'Triable, because (hey are rarelv Interestini: me Instance of (his can he found In (In- work ut the present company at (he Jleiald Npisrc Nobody can see that eompo tent n. tor. Mr Ilnnfuiil. , laa. hear him de rliilm tlir lines, ami nut coiu'ludn that he Is do Ine It entirety for his own satisfaction. Hen-tcrt.iln- to. "l else. Tho disproportion be tween the Interpretation and tho rdlns In too jrr.it I lie be.iutv of the text reminds the l.earcrsof the beautiful manner In which it ilioiilil le de Herod Nothlnu less than ten us will do The plavMieed us wull for our au d fnce al! 'hat boenetyaiid accompaniments r.in !.'lr.ee .luliii Arthur nttetnpted Homc tlurc of this kind in "As ou Idle It" at Wal lafk s. hut even tint ambitious effort failed to comluno the nualltles demanded. Theso ox- nuit'iitt iMth Minketpearn nroio tho case as here .iiiended. nmlttltic only one point. The rr.i'csof admission are the same as those de manded for elithointo new Productions. What the file of the Miief.ean-T)lcr-lInnford per forman"es iniKlit h io been at oheup prices It It not ims'lble to nr. No doubt the support nf the iiinlerlakiiiK would have been crealer numfrl '.illf l'osihly the same Is true of .Miss Arlitir's performances Hut It seems slab Jlalifd now tint the hhakespeare plavs must 1 presenleil with hrilllaiiuir In every respect to attra t ew Vorl: people. Tho lolloe hiieillsoovered that Nina Diva's rertormance nt Punti's Music Hall Is so Iniln crnl that It must bo stopped. She and otjier women hue I een dolnc thoi-ame kind of tlilnc at Kme of our low-uriiie theatres without of ficii! inoleslation nil this seaon. Manacers uieil to Le fnt to the penilnntinry for cans Ins Fimilir exhibitions lint of late they havo I een irotcted fiom (he punishmenl which the 1st pre-crites llunn's plnco Is the one In Twenti-thliil street once notorious as Koster A Mia! 6 11 hdxprtNoi that "the o'd clones BrereMied 1'riends of thoalrlcal pioprlety will l. chd tint the prosence of 'lie JIaet foinmtttee has led the isjllce to descend on him 'lliei will expect tint the unwritten 11 (cns uf Nim Jack. Dry Dollar hulllxan and rther nianasers who exhibit unfoitunate wo men h.tuiefulli i'Ti the stai;o may havo tn be rev ted llul thu case of Dunn Is peculiar Hen who like in -Ii exhibits as Mna Diia will loj'iiee In Dunns trouble. They havo siiN fered. while waltlni: for her exploit, fiom just mob. xaiidtiihens coes free with hor In the (one j ls!ni d summer cardens. In this week's Mil one nf the female vocalNts ha had train, ne In stni:e ilnni'lnc. and Is mistress of n scant lialf-do7en ot -tock gestures Hut her voice is one of those thlnus that Is better not to dwell on It Is far and awav superior, hoivovcr. to Hut ot liti only rlial. the damsel who opens the rerformance This one doesn't look pros wrous enoiiuii to have any command of credit Tlth ileilers In skirts and hosiery. Hut the rents iu her costume ore as naucht compared to the tatters of herxoice. The youth In tho prclie-tra of Ihc. who savneely empties his luiiirj Into a slide trombone, can rend the air n lit. but he lays his head low on his music rack when this woman heitlns to dispossess sound. He faces the auditorium, and it may be that he Is cnuntiiiE the houso with a view to the next ray day. but it looku like abject surrender to the slncer F.xcept for rnnuo hor xoice might be cominred to n bu.z-suw enterlne a knot. Her favorite rose spreads hor feet far curt, and outstretches her arms. Iftheioof weie to drop on hei! she would bo well braced for the Imraet Her uestures succest the wep of a mower, and It Is noticeable that none of tlmm throws her oil hor feet. Kven so Jhy nrs trace Itself beblde those of tho ballet. The "Dance of All Nations" mlcht belter be tyled the "llnllet Kindergarten." only that loms s"b-tltle would be notded to explain that jaost pf the pupils hud been kept away from tfte. (.ehool till thev were over 40. That somo one has shown the women tlie simpler Ges tures of ballet danelnu Is evident, and It Is also ylear that not one of the dancers has.the least IdenUhitthece-turesHlnnlfy. Ihoy are an ear nest lot. however, and tumble nbout like so tnanythree-ICKceiilstoolsplrtVlnKfootball. Thoir tableau as tho curtain shuts them from xiow is a joyous slcht. There are fourteen of the wo men, and only four aro entitled to the front row. so there is a tenernl nuh for tho foot iiehts at the supremo moment when each fianJs on one foot and uplifts ner hands and ms. Fo.iiellmes in their encerneHs they yet in the was of tlm ileseetiillni; curtain, and have to retreat. Hut skipplnc backward isn't in eluded in their accomplishments and thoir final picture is one of awkward distiess. A t-ondon travesty of "The Little Minister." "Iird and I.ady Alev" and "The Circus Old" will le called "1'ot-Pouril." Tho managers havo calned permission to burlesque persons "holare not actois. Amonc these are Henry Arthur Jones, Arthur W. I'Inero. I!. C. Carton and George it Sims. William C. Hosaards, a Dutch tracedian, re eitsd some apeeches from "Julius Citsar" In his jiatlrs toncuo nt Itottetdam. That was a vlo lent change uf llteraturo as well as language. He has been playing the orazy Dutchman in The !e of New Vnrk" in London lately The leasing of Covent Ciarden by tho grand erera syndhMto until 1IMH Includes evorydilnc except one box and (wo stalls. Those tho Duke of Hedford, owner of tho property, re ferred fnr his own uso at any performance In the, host forty. pine years without tho pay ment of an entrance fee. Tho same thing is one hero by the (loulds at thellirand Opera Iiou.e. the Cllsois at the l'lrili Avenue and (he oelets at the Knlckorbooker. Tho Gould box iti.t'0.1';'."1 '" 'ihhuuler manner (han any other ;it the drdiid, but Is seldom occupied, n.i! v. .'" !"'!' u "ow diania. which tfarah fh, !'?'? Iiai1. 'ontomphited playing, but in. . ?'.i' hV, ",l"'1' tho 8l"r ' conventional up "the third act. It Is here that the hero i i .' "V "ls ' "!e" "lainod solely bit her wealth, l,.?i!.hKr ,'.'or '"borbediouni in order that ii '"'."I'l nuv, divorce hor and thus she iT, ,.ka.'!' '"'r ffedoni Hut he coolly compll leiit, th wo on their love, nssuilng them int Im nin ,o nothing to separate .hem. as a Jf!' ,?"1'1 I'f"eu. his further use of her tl, n" ,lre Pilous members and friends of iL ",1"V 0,V"t.' f,,lt 'l0m cuin'calcd corners b.r..1 '.! 7'U', '"'" I'lddHii them bile they K "'" h.isband she and her lo or elope on an auto-c ,r. An ut.-tri.rlnie play, indeed. 'Hie of ilonrv Irving nieforniH at the lindon fieum I, to bn lovei-eii. He ubollHlieil foes ;..,r . ""'""nes .mil cheeking, utner man ners followed his lead until the pom cxtor- n 'iisapi oared at ail save live theatres. nr il'i"' ,n" ','", Hln 1 nueifs jeweliy in. n,!'1!,t "''"'' gums aio sometimes genu- ?! , '" ItK-s range I as liish us JI.'.'OO or i klngle stone lho disi..ii,,f moving photographs in the ii? I. iin "1".MC l,a, D"IV Incliido at night the ihJ . .?" "' ,"Jr,", r'l'e', ,,,!lt liae been iuh In ' niiern ion i.. r!t.:'.1', l1!'"'" are loss hesitant than Amor l.i.ii 'V.'"1".1'1"0 t,le I'U'dlo when ImiHiver iJ ,',r i'1'8 1,.u'.'i, exnmplm nre Jollj Nash. Jemle I round I.vdla Thompson I ails ( nirt. Hint place of , g exhibitions. Is n l ii!!,?;,1! ,t,J. Kiu 0,", "' h"""' African life. ar I $ H'ii.oiw i UH wm i.xl,.uei. it,,, t,e iihi oiouj fniuirnnien has lefused to i,t "' untivn, f,,rm a part of it for rear that I.on '"on might demoralize thou n '! ' i .reincmlKiied here fmm Imiii ago a a leiier of p,,nt in grand opera, has beuu .' "K ,.'l61 Past few years u featuro in spec lfn V "'.B l-nndre Muslo Hall In London, "ii t.e i, al.out to emit because she do.-s not ,, ' "J'1 f'hJ nf a tearful and dejected wo- '"in a fori hcoiiilng production l ,,, i., !iXH ', nittlT. to he hullt In that part of "won kiioAn as the City There have been Mm. L"ce.it,,e Hlackfrlurs of Hhakespeare's irne. but (hey were torn down long ago. Tft. emP'r'mf.nt ,w'"1 on operatlo version of Ibret liuikiteets" llea aiiiosUy In .'i!er,I1.e?l,?.fti' Somervllle, a mus clan of Lon don social distinction. .n;.0!!,.rlfl, Vnrdon. now making ome head TLV n,.1n "f ff0"" ,n Knulsnil. Is a younger sis uL ,,,e.,1 1.r.cnce Warden win wrote "The House, on the Marsh" and other novels. They were the ilauKhters of a stock brokor. who lost much wealth They begnn to onrn their own living ns uovernessos, but soon got Into mote congenlil worn. TUSTI.VOXI.4h TO M. lumen DI.II', All the Oprui Aillsts lit Take Tint In tlm I'crforiuaiirn on April Ml, Tho programme for tho (estlniuiilal per formance to be given in honor cf Maurlco Orau at tho .Molropolltnn Opera House on I'rl day evening, April 21. has llnally been ar ranged. ActH from the most popular operas xvlll bo glvon nnd every singer of Importance will appear. Tho performance will begin at a uuartor to H o'clock promptly, und is nearly live hours will be rsuulrod for the programme, there will be abundant opportunity for the cn thusiusls to my good-by to their favorltos. Tlie buloouy sccuo of "Homeo ct Juliette," to be sung by Mmos. Huzniiuo Adams and M. habzu, will opeu the progrumnie. 'Uiis will be followed by the second net of "Trintuii und Isolde." with Mines. Nordlea and Hrema and .il.M. Jean and hdoiinrd de Hexke and His Pham. A "musical Interlude," In which Mine. Maiitolll and MM Dlppel. nn Hooy nnd t'um pauari will give concert iiumbeis, will follou the Ilrst eceuu fiom the fourth act of "Lo 1 roplicte" will then be bunu by Mutes. Leh m u lin und ehumullllHelnk, The second act "Tannhiiuser. with Mine. Lames and MM. mi Dick, Hlsphum and I'laticon, und the Ilrst act of "La TruvUtn." snug by Muio. hembrich, M. Sallgnnc and others, will bring the perform ance to a close. Tho entire receipts of this tostliuonlnl will go to Mi Orau und all of tho uitlsu have vol unteered their services. Tlie prices have been raised (o 7 for un orchestra seat, with the rest of tho house ut prices proportionately ad xanced. Victor Mnuiel nnd M. Albers have both returned to Luropo. All tho other nrtlsU will take passage lho morning ufter the pcr foimance, with the exception of Mme. Bem brlch, who remains here for a concert tour. mr.r. or hallaci; c, Axnmzws. .'0,000 for Itrlutlics nnd Any Kxhh to found u (ilrls' lndliitriiil Stliool. Tlio will of Wnllaco C. Andrews, who was burned lo death in ills residence last Friday morning, was filed for probate yesterday. It was executed on Nov. 1L', 1801. and nniuos his brother-in-law, Gamaliel C 8t. John, oxecutor. The Inconui of his otitlro ostato was left by the will to ills wife. Margaret M. Kt. John Andrews, but as she died w 1th him tho legacy lapses and the cstiito coes under provisions of the will madu to take effect on her death. All of his estate. It It does not exceed J."00. (11)0, and that much of It if the estate Is larger. Is to be divided as follows: One-foiiilh to each of his sisters, Lury Ann und l'liebo : oue-eluhth (o his half sister. Kmma Andrews of Voungs town. O. ; one-eighth to his nlceo. Julia An drews, daughter of his brother, Chauncey II. Andrews of Youngstovvn; one-eighth (o his bro(lier-lii-lavr. Gamaliel C. Kt. John, and one eighth to hishlster-In-law, Georglo Hoyden S(. John Iflhneslnto exceeds STiOO.rXK) Ills sis ters. Lury Ann Andrew", who is the wife of William I '.Moore of Youngstown. and l'liebo It Andrews Moore, tho wife of Thomas L. Monro of lho same place, are each to iccelvo iltMiixinioro. All excess of the estate above S.VJO.Oik) is to go loan institution lo be Incorporated In Ohio for tlie free education of girls The Institution Is to he established on (he Williams farm In the town ol Willoughby. () . if (lie farm Isavail ablr Tlie farm was formerly owned by Mr. Andrews, but was owned b) his wife when the will was executed The Institution Is to sup port girls w ho need support as well ns to edu cate them. He ays lurther concerning It- " The Institution shall contain among other departments a hewing department, cooking department, designing department, depart ment nf phonography and tvpevv rltlng. and de. pnrttnents fm other useful work that would ulTord pupils ciuplovmcnt In life, Including such new discoveries and Inventions as may ho made from time to time, to give lionoiable em jiiovmeiit for women, and such aswid aid them In obtaining honorable and Independent posi tions in life, such .school to be open only togirls between the ages o' 10 and 111. both Inclusive " A sum not exceeding a tenth of tills bequest Is to be lined or the buildings and the rest Is to he set aside so that Its income, may main tain the liiMittitlun. If his executor should consider that a tenth of thoestatn will not be sufllelent for suitable buildings then the gift may bo delayed until, with the tu'cumiilatod income, the amount Is sufllelent. The charter Is to be so drawn that there shall be Hie managers or directors, to consist of tho Governor of Ohio, the member of Congress from the district embracing the town of WIN ought)), tin Treasurer of Lake county, 0 the Mu)or of the town of Willoughby nnd Gamaliel (' M John. If tho provision made for this Institution shall fail for nnv reason, then the bo(iiet Is to go to tho Smithsonian Institution at Washington, to curry nut the pur poses for which that Institution is inevr po rated Mr Andrews a wife had been named as ex ecutrix it has been stated since his death that his estate would amount ton million or more. jiKorr.-iis ro .w.ivr ciiaiutiks. Mors Than 1100,000 So Dimmed of by Curollii K. Ilolllster'e XVIII. The will of Cnrolln K nolllster of 4S West I'lft) -ninth street leaves the bulk of her estato of SH50.0UO to religious and charitable institu tions. Kho was a member of tlio Church of tlie Heavenly Hest. and Mm elves It $10,000, most of which is to be used in its charities Other public bequests nie- Ladles' Christian Union, iir,000: Howard Mission. S.'I.OOO; Orphan Asylum In (ho city of New York, $1,000; Homo for Incurables, J.I.OUO: Women's Hospital. $,".000; Teabody Home for Aged and Indigent Womon, $.".000; New York Hlble and l'rult Mission, $.".0O0; Nw tors Inllrmary for Women and Children, $.".000; Young Women's Christian Asooiatlon. $.".000: Orphan Home Asylum of th- i'rotestant I.plscopal Church, STi.OOO: Free Homo fur Destitute Girls, $,").000; Kt Luke's Home f.ir Indigent Chiistlati l'o males. $5,(Mni: Lighth WiirdlMissinn for Home less Hoys. $fi,00: Society for thoHeliefof tho Destitute lilind, $,ri.i00: St Mnry's Fr" Hos pital for Children. $.'i.000: Protestant LnNeo pal Missionary Society for Seamen. $.i,OK); New York I'rotestant Kpiscopal City Mission Society, $.",0X, nnd tho Houso of Mercy, $.r.000. Several bequest, amounting to nbout $."0.. 000, are made to relatives and friends, ami tho rest of her estate is to be divided equally be tween tlie Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the I'rotestant Kplscop.il Church in tlm I'tilted States of America, and the Worn en's I'nion Missionary Society of America for Hcathon Lands. xh' schools, xor .v:ir mtes. llimril nf (Munition XViintu to OIvitI Mimry Alrrlidy Allotted fur lliijinc I.lllid. Afturan executive meeting of the Hoard of Education )csterday Secretary l'almenead to the reirlers a icsolutiou t lint had been adopt ed, asking lho Comptioller to spend no moro of tho money now on bund in procuring sites for schools. Commissioner Adams said that this action was mnde necessary by the Mnyot's announcement to President Little and two School Commissioner, who went to t he Maor's olllee Tiiesdny. thut the board could havo no nildltion.il appropriation for building school houses. " I don't know just how ninny sites have beon acquired by coiideinnatloii, ' said Mr Adams, "but I do know that we have used up all our liioncv. and that wo would better use what money we have left for buildings and not for sites." Truf, Warren to If ml Ilurxurd's I.11II11 De partment. liilriMM'.)'. Apill l'J.-Dr. Mlnton Warion, professor of Lntm In the Johns Hopkins Uni versity, hns necopled (he Latin professorship al lliu vaid University To-daya telegram announced that hlssolce t Inn had ben ratllb'd ny the Hoard of Trus tees of H.marl, and he will assume his duties there nt th beginning of lho next a.idemb! venr Dr. Warren has been connected with Johns Hopkins for twenty years DlHroliIng Actress Dim liurgcd j Mm Held. Nina Diva, tlio variety performer who was arrested on Tuesday evening by Police Cap tain Price in Dunn's Music Hull charged with offending public ducency lu a vaudeville uct to wliu h she contributed n disrobing scene, was discharged lu lb" Jellersoii .Minks'! Police Couit yesterday, but the two ninti who de livoroil the Indecent dialogue wh.ch accom panied It were hold lor examination in JOuu bull each. (ilves Hull on llrlliciy I Inn ecu. FiushKoHT, Ky. April 1- xt noon tn.di.y ( h.irles i: -ouiines, aueompanied byox-l nited hdites Senator J C S. Illuckburn, hlsattorne). and Con Favetto Hewitt, his surety, appeared in court and executed bonds for ills appearance hero on April li'l. to answer tho indictment agulnst him for bribery at tho Democratic Con yeotlon hero on last Friday, t : RALEIGH DUE ON SATURDAY noTAh irm.covn rnr.x awaits tiii: HOME-COM 1XO CnVlSKtl. It I nellrvcd She XVIII Uracil Tort About Dnyllght Arrnugeinrntl for Hrr Itrcrp (Inn .Xlnde Cpon That llnsla - ltoiitu Going Dunn the liny tn Alert Hrr The Siilutc. Tho work of completing tho plans for tlio re coptlon of tho crulsor Itllclgn whon she arrives In this liort on Saturday went forward with a rush testcrday. It Is tho intention ot the committees having thu affair tn charge to gl)o (ho cruiser, her ofllcors und crow aroval ivel como. Tlie Lxocutlvo Committor mot In tho City Hall yesterday and received tho report of tho Committee on Plan and Scone. The report said that nil arrangements for tho transporta tion of tho Mayor, thoVltlzens' committee and the guests from out of town had been com pleted, tho steamers Glen and Glen Island hav ing been placed at their disposal by Johu II. Starin. Amoncthoso invited to attend tho celebration nre President McKInley and his Cabinet, Gov. Hoosovelt and his staff : Mrs. Cochlan, wlfeot rnpt. Cochlan of tho llalelgh, and tho Gover nors of Pennsylvania, llhodo Island, New Jor sey, Connecticut and Mnssa-liuctts Tho sor xlces of a number of unnll yachts havo beon offered by their owners to the committee to keep the course clear nnd lo keep tho beats In (he parade tn (heir proper places. All owners of boafs Inleudlng (o (nko part In the parade should report nt once to Capt. Fremont at the Army Hulldlng. Major David Wilson of tho First Itattery will be In charge of tho salutes. The national sa lute of twenty-one guns will be fired ns the Haioigh passes Seventy-second street, Ninety second streot, nnd Grant's Tomb. Gcu. Hutterfleld received a (elegram yes(er dav saying that tho llalelgh will arrive bore at daylight on Saturday. If It happens that the irulser Is delayed the same programme for her reception will be carried out on Sunday. Tho Committeo on Plan nnd Scopo will meet In tho City Hall again to-day. It Is expected that all ariangements for thr parade nnd reception will bo completed by to-mot row morning at tlie latest. The Mayor reeehed the following tele gram yesterday from Assistant Secretary of the Navy Allen: , , "Commander Urooklyn Navy lard l au thorized to fike such action In connection with the reception to tlm crulsor llalelgh as may seem proper to him." The oulv two warships likely to take part In the demonstration oro the little Spanish gunboats Sandoval and Alvnrado. which wero captured in Cuban waters and which are now nt the Urooklyn Navy Yard. Tho badges which will be presented to tlio officers nnd crew of tlie llalelgh wete made from the steel of tho battleship Maine. The medals have a bust of .)ewov nnd the date ot (ho jinking ot (he Maine and the battlo of Manila. The Mayor received a telegram from Wash ington Into )esterduy afternoon saving that the llnlclgn would arrlvo off Tompklnsvllle at 4 o'clock on Saturdav. Tho despatch did not Indicate whether It was 4 o'clock in tho nfteinonn or 1 o'clock In lho morning It Is presumed, however, that the cruiser will get here before sunrise and tho plan to hive the Mayor go down to (ho Narrows on the Oleu Island to meet her will probable be aban ilime 1. Tlio Glen and the (licit Island will liavthofooCof Cor(Iaiultstreet at H o'clock on Saturday morning for Toinpkliivllle Throe of Admiral L'ewov's relatives will go down the bav on the Starin s(eumor Mattea- wan. Ihev come from the Admiral's old home especially to greet Cant. Coghlan. who brings let(ers to them fiom tho Admira.I Tlie Mnttoawan, which John If. Slarln puts Into ommlaslon especially for this o-enslon. will be one of the Ilrst In.nts to greet the Hnlclgh. She will earn n number of guests and will cruise about Sand) Hook until the warship puts In an appearance The Mnttoawan will have a band on board nnd will My the home- I watd-bouud pennant In honor of tho llalelgh. i The boat will start from West Twenty-second 1 stieet, North lllver, and will make a stop at I the Hittery. Gen. Hutterlichl received the following tolo giain from the White Houso last evening: "The President has recolved )our cordial Invitation and regrets that his public duties here are sucli as to prevent an acceptance. It would give him great pleasure (o participate in the patriotic ceremonies arranged by the citizens of New York for the reception of tho Haleigh He sends best wishes for u most suc cessful celebration. "(iKonoEll Cor.Tr.i.Top. "Ass't Sec'tyto tlie Prcs't." ItARISK IXTKl.l.lUEXCB. MlVfATntF. ALVIAMC Tilt niT. Sunrltea.... t2d I Sunnets il rid I Moon cti.n an Mlllll WATER THIS HIT. Sandy Hoo. 0 4.1 ICot.Iil'd.lo t:. I UellOato. 12 OS Arrived -XVrDsrsniT. April II. R Bale, Mlrow, Genoa March 30, Naples lint and Giliraltar Xpnl a. H Francisco. J-nkins. Hull SsM o-iwhI'I. CurtK Mnel l. Km Vlttoria, Vwlhellll, Inn-da Pm Spihs .i. flecker, Ilivaua. s l',twiitp, Ituriin. VVflmuititnn s I'r nee--, Anne. Ilulpbers Nurf.dk. Ss(J W civile. Hnhin-1-n, Wilmington. SHfnmanehe, l'euidiigtnn. Jacksonville, S xt. Crnlv, l'lke. Norfolk. iFor latur arrival sae First P.t;.l ASIIIVIU OCT. 8 KaNer XVlllirlm II., from New York, at Genoa he Kill", from New Vurk, at Gllilaltar. hs Majiatlc. from Ntw York, al yueLintovn. M'OKI-.V. fi KalaerXVIlliPlm df-rGros. from New York for Iiromcn, April is, Ut. 40. (ft, lung. T0.a4. saii rn mof ror.piov ronTi. S Kaiacr Frleclriih, from Southampton fnr New York. Ha Cymric, from Liverpool for New York, aii rn from nosirsric rntiT. Ss Rfinlnnle, from Jacksonville for New York. S F.I Mar, from New Orient for New York Hi Knickerbocker, from Nw Orleans for New York fa Alamo, from Galvraton foi Now York. Ol'TOOlSO HTKlVISIItrS. bail To-D,iii. MaxlxClni. I eittl Snttt. Werkendam, Amsterdam. H 00 A XI 10 00). XI Pintlauo, Nassau .. . 1 00 V M nisi I'M VI Monte. Now Orleans 3oo 1' .M )ail To-itorroio. r.velrn, Porto nieo .. ..12 00 M 2 00PM I'omanrlie, Charleston ntioPX! ltloUrande.lJruntwIck lino 1-M Sail Saturil.iv. .4nnl I.': Etnirla. Liverpool r.oi ) M n on A Xt La nreiaimt', Havre 7 no A XI 10 on A )f Meaha, Imilon .... . Ii O'i A XI rhnn.i'la, Hamburg nnn ) Xt Faale. Naples . . Poo ) Xf il no a Xt niateiiilani, Itoitrnlam N (s) M I00JAM Oriralia. Havana . Norce. rhristlanaaim . 1 1 oo X xr 1 oo p xt Hrttish Kliur, Xntnerp Franclsro, Hull ... Ollmla Nueillas 1 oo I' xr a oo P M Altai. Kingston lnoo X M l.'OoXl A It Thorpe. Clirvao 1 1 OO X Xf 1 On P XI harnrPrlliei'. IjPUU . M 00 A XI (IOo AM Tres. o. P.na . 1 oo 1' M ,1 oo p XI I.o!tistaha. Newllrlexns . MlioPXl Concho. Gklvrstun . . . aool'.xt Chalnn-tte. New Orleans 3oo p M im'ouiso srriusnir. Vw Tn-Piu. Cnmmniiwe.ilth Giliraltar Xfarcn 21 Gladiolus . Glliiallar Xlarch 2n Ploniia Gltrsllar March 27 Cevie Llvi-n'ool Xpril I T.lanilarTClty Swansea March 2S . Isalamanra . ('uncos Xprll l) Teutonic Liverpool April ft I tVestcrnland Antwerp April 1 I Srrreuto Handling Marrh2!i lAhn Ilrenien April r. Finance Colon April r, l'nerlc Loiiilmi . . March so Indrana Giliraltar Mxri'h an Puffen Ot, Luela Xprll u NewOrleana .. . New Orleans ... April rt KaiHasClty Saraniiali ... . Xprll 10 1'ue Friday, April I',. Hindoo. . Hull Xlirrh.11 Lyell Gibraltar .. Mirrh ao I'enlnsiiHr Fain' .. . . Xpril I Concho . Galveston April 7 Nacoorhre . . Hxvannah Xprll 11 ' .Stiluriltiy. ,(;irif 1'. Campania I.lvenool . . . April fATotiralne Havre. April H Graf VValdersee Iloiiluiit April a Ponir riiii.ui . .. Glasgow April 1 llrltlshyneen . . (ntsirii April 1 San Marcoa HanJnali . . Xpril II han Xumistln. ... Ilavani. .Xprll 10 tseuilnulu lacksoiivlllii. . April 12 llut AuhJju. Airl IG. Koonltrln LuNe . . ralmoutli Xpill 4 Ht-sperta . Giliraltar Xpril 2 Manitoba. St Lu. la Xpril n rmi'iib .. Ilamtiirir Aprli 2 I'lcel-lor New Orleans . ... April lo Dm Moiul,iv. Aim'. .. Tthioma Glaiow Xpril il Xlaiilton London .. . April it Xlrn.uiHc H'llldee . . Xprll .1 Oeorilc . ... .liierpool April 7 Malaria iidirnltar ... Xprll :i H Mar . N"w Orb ails .. ,, Apnl 12 Nasuivth Ht l.iuia Apni Hi i Ditf IvtKlrtv. A)ml in. Kaiser Frledrti Ii llremen April 11 Slate of Nebraska Glasgow Vpnl 1 Kensington Xntwerp Xprll H Piiiladulplila, tjillnsjra April 10 i Helios , Hamhiir April 4 I Knlckerboeiar . NewOrlaana ., .April 12 I Alamo Galveston April rj f Adirondack ,l'ort Uruon. April 11 V HIS rAMILY VhAIM DIt, LEES. He Und Nothing to Do with " I.nily Kmellna l.rwea" nnd Her Hrcrrt Society. Hr. John H. Loos, who was taken from (he Park Avonuo llotul to tho Hollo) uo Insano pa vilion on Monday, was remoxod from llollevun yostorduy by his wlfo and daughter. Thoysald thoy canio from Norristown. Pa. Dr. Ia'os was delivered to them on the understanding that they would see that he was proporly enrod for. His case was dlagnosud nt Hellovuo nsoneof extreme nervous prottrntlon. Oswald 1'. Mnr (in, Willi whom ho went to the Park Avenue Hotel, has known htm well for twenty-flvo Sears, and has never known him to act pe culiarly before, and Is very certain that he noor belonged to any religious secret society. "I.ady l.mcllno I,ovves," also a guest of the Park Avenuo Hotel, who was uulto sii o on Tuesday Hint Hr l.ecs was a mombor of u to liglous secret society, nnd who went to sen him In Hello) ue, left the hotel yesterday. Mrs. Jacob Vnndcrbllt, her friend and fellow member, re mained at the hotel, but could not be reached bv visitors, ulthough shohad Invlledoverybodv xv ho en mi (o see her (he day before (o hnvo to.i with her yesterday. Miss I-rwos told those who called upon her on Tuesday that the se cret society was "Honia Illcordo." She said that thnsocielv was founded hvrope 1'rbnn IV.. but that the present Pope had put the ban on It seven years ngo. nnd thut lis liiembeishlphad fallen oil since. She wore a ciindllx upside down nnd nn emblem of Hie Sneieil lleiut. both of which sho said were badges or (ho order. Sho also won a rosary at least ten fee( long It was wound about nor waist Worn thus she said it was n signal of dlstiess. In token of horsvmpadiyfor I)r I.ees. The principal benefit of the society to her. she said, was that It kept her out of disreputable lintels and hoarding houses "I can goaiiywliern lu Kevv York," she said. " Police, llremen, nobody can stop mo. Didn't I go right Into the insane ward at Hellnvun ?" The attendants nt (ho hospital say that It was perfectlyevldent that Dr l.oes knew noth ing of the visitor and her society Tho report that he responded to her password "Reglna Cnell" with (ho countersign "Slno tabe con ceptn."thev said, was an error. She furnished tlie phrase herself and ho said nothing. SEXATOlt VLATT ACCEPTS, 'Will Gladly Attend the Testimonial Banquet to Senator l"rjp of .Maine. Tho committeo ha)ingehargo of tho arrange ments for the bnniuot to be given to tlie Hon. William P l'rye, Chairman or the United States Senate Comral((eo on Commorce, a( (ho Wal-dorf-Asloria, April !MI, as a tostliuonlnl for his services in obtaining tlio appropriation for the improvements in New York harbor, has ro celved n roply to tho Invitation sent to tho Hon. Thomas 0. Piatt. Senator Piatt writes: "It gives me peculiar pleasure to signify my acceptance of this invitation, becnuse. during the recent session of Congress, when tho bills providing for those harbor improvements were pending bcfoio tlie Senate Committee on Com ineice. it bcenmo frciiuontly necessary for me to Invoke the assistance of Senator l'rye In overcoming the obstacles to a fnvorahle con sideration of tlio proposition, and I sinfully cognisant of the effective and decisive aid lon ilered by him nt timos when the legislation most needed his powerful nnd friendly sup port Great credit Is likewise duo to Mr. John W. Ambrose of your committee, for his 1 thorough, tireless nnd forceful presentation of the facts upon which tlm friends oftholeg I isliition sought (o base (heir claims lor Us en actment Into law. To Mr. Ambrose's Intelli gent arguments and to Senator Fryo's friendly attitude and assistance the citizens of (he me tropolls nre clearly indebted for tho success at ' lending their cffoits lu promoting this legis lation " Permit no substitution Insist upon having CAHLH SCHll.TZ'i-I'UIir.. COHKE T mineral water 2Vt.A.I?UFK.X3rSX. AI..)ls-l'.ltsONs.0a April 12. 180ft, at Orara Church, by the Rev. Frederick Hurgeaa. Kmma Lily Xrabclla Vara m. daughter of Hoamer Buckingham and Clelia 8. l'araona, to Charlea Siedlei Xdains, a ui of William M. and tlio late Tib n H. Adams, all of borough of Urooklyn. Sin Fr.iutisco papers please, copy. Ill ItHAfs-l'ATTKKsON. -On XVednesday pvcniiu, April 12. 1 SID. at All Anzols' Church, l.j thu llev. S. dc Lancey Tosuahend. 'lola Herat, daiijhtrrot Mr, and Mrs. George T. Tat teraon, of thia city, to Mr. Charles Frederick lltirhaiia of Warrensburg, N, T. OOK-ALIIi:ilTMN.-0u April 12. lu New Xork, by the Itev. XV S, Crose, Lulu Beatrice, daughtirof Mr and Mr. Isaao Howell Albert sou, to Rol ci t K Iward Cook, both of Newark. COOK-HAIGII.-On Wednesday, April 12. ISflD, at St. John's Church, Fajcttexlllr, N. C, by the ll-t Olorgo H. Vnalle, assisted by the llev. I. V. Hughes, Rebecca Dcvcreux. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. 1 homas Deieroux Haigh, to Howard Martin Cook of Ilergen Point, N. J, I.i:A Y-l'Kltf.l'hON.-OnWcdnesdaj. April 12. ix'.iii. In New Yolk Cilj, Miss Grace Margaret 1 erusuu. da'igbtcr of Mr. Harold Clemen, lo Joseph Brittou heavy, TKi:AT-III'NKi:i(. On April 12, In St. raiil'a ( hiircli, llnglcwood, N. J., by the llev. George F. Flichtner, assisted by the Kv, Charlea It. Treat, FJIzabitu Colt, daughter of Georgo Hunker, to the Rev. Sidney Hubbel Trsat. zx3nx. i:i..XVIUTII.-Oli Tuesday, April 11. Randolph M, F.Uwurth, joungcat son of the. Uto Edward LUworth. Funeral ti rv Icea at lbs residence nf hia sisters, 24.1 VV 1 at 72d st., ou Friday morning, April 1 4. at in o rloi 1., .1llSITi:it.- On Tueaday. April 11, isrin, F.dlthde Lnii'fy Storm, wlfo of George N. Messlter and daughter of the late.lohn G, Storm. Funcial servnea at .12 XVesl 7'lth at . New York ti.nn Friday, April H.isas.at 2 o'clock In the afurnonn. (isKtK.-On Wodnesdar, April 12, 1R0P, Sarah Ilmlil. widow of Charlea 8. Osborne, Kai. Funeral aenleea will bo held at her late residence. Scotland road. Mouth Orange, N. J., on Saturday, April I.--, at a V M. Itl'MON. Xt Mnrrlslown, N. J.. April 1, 1RRB, William KlUton, aged m. Funeral private, fl'iffalo, N. Y, papers please copy. Sl'MNKK.-On Wednesday, April 12, nf acute pneumonia, Marlon ))'., wife of Charles r. Sam uel. Funeral services at her lain residence, 8 East RSth at., on Friday, April 14. at 1 1 A. M. VNRKK.-On Wednesday. April 12, at the resi dence or her daughter, Mrs, Charles II. Overlon, 4s Wist 2'Jd at, K.ruestine Catherine Kaaa, v idnw nf Ferdinand C. I'ni:er, In her R4th jear. Notice of funeral heriafter. Philadelphia papera p!e.ic 1 opj . 'I'HF. KKN'sirn CFAIFTKRY -Private station, Har 1 leiii Katlriiail, 41 uiiiiiiti a" ride from lho Grand Cm 1 1 id Htpot. onice, IU hjtst 42d at. 3flctr yiiliUrntioHS. 5 CENTS A COPY. April 1.1, lai THF, CZAIFS PEACE CONFKHF.NCE. Count LF.O T0I.VT0! THE SITI'.XTION IN Till'. FIUI.IPFINKfl, IIAMON REYK3 LAIA A WALK IN THE FIF.LD1, JOHN IiUItltOl'flHB TWO "SI'.UVANTSOl' j'Hi: HI'PI'III.IC," ltniKCCA HAHDINO DAVIH WHO KNOWS? fPocni) 'I HOXI AS Dt'NN ENGLISH mi: posiiiiiLrnK'j of invention, Prof. bl.MON NEWC0MU THE ETHICS OF THE NOVEL, MXUGxBET DELAND IF THE POPE SnOL'LD Illi:, 1'ruf. HENltY C. VEDHEK THE COST OF Tltorit'AL AKMINISTRATION, Hon. OGHEN E. EDWARDS 1IIK TOI.EliO FLECTION, XV, ,7. GHENT CHS AMOUK (Poem , IOUISE HUNHAU GOLDSDF.RnV ART THOU ROCK J llev. CIIARL1.S E JKFFEIISON UECENT UlllLE WORK IN CHINI-JsE It. II. GRAVED MISSING (Sloivi A CLARKE LITTLE FOR SALE ON THE NEWS STANDS, or Send l'oatal for Specimtu Copy to TnilNIKI'KMKNT,J30 ViilUmt., S, Y. NO IIOOKBELLEUIn the U.H. can produce as many titles as 1'lU'iT, 191 utb a v. Cataloguo tree. Jttu? guWlcntlonu. 3lnv guul.riv.ionjS. ytv 3ttbUrntion. -- - p I Mrs, Burton Harrison Has written an interesting stoiy of social I life: A New York society woman, in reduced circumstances, agrees to chaperon the daugh- ter of a rich Western Senator through a European tour. See this week's number of i THE SArURpAY EVENING POST Founded A?JD 17-2.8 By BenjlFtanRliw " (OF PHILADELPHIA) Dated Saturday,1 April 15. I Other specially good articles in this week's issue include , SHYNESS A FOE TO SUCCESS By William Mathews, LL. D. - Author of " Gttting On in the World," etc. a most interesting paper to younglnehfwith plenty of illustrations of the bashfulness of well-known men in the world's history, and how it was conquered. Mr. Wm. George Jordan has a good editorial on " Hurry, the Scourge of America." An in teresting personal sketch of "The Many-Sided j F. Hopkinson Smith Artist, Author, Lec- Iturer, Engineer, Man of Affairs ". (illustrated). To be had of All Newsmen at 5 Cents the Copy THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA cvt alfjs and Exhibitions. I vt Salens anil Exhibition;!. " Great Paintings." TO-NIGHT AT 8. ABSOLUTE ll&!$iw&k ABSOLUTE SALE Wr? SALE At Chickering Hall. (Admission Free. No Reserved Seats.) THE HarrisHolbrookBlakeslee COLLECTIONS. Master Works BY THE Distinguished Painters of France, Early English, Dutch and Flemish Schools. ON VIEW FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL NOON At The American Art Galleries. Mutlisoii Square .South. THOMAS E. KIRBY, Auctioneer. American Art Association, maxagsCrs, (1 Kiust Slid St., MuiHboii Sijuaro South, 'oxv York. AVVEAL VIIOM ritEXCHV IX VllISOX. l'rrsh Anpllrntlun for Ilia I'unlon tn Iln 3luild tn lov. lltioai'Telt. Lawri'r OvMn Itoliill.inl, 'J.r I'luo streot, who linn liemi ahsluned by tlio I'ronoli Coniiil-llcn-eral In tliU city to tlio cast) of Gcort'o I'rnnt, better known iih "I'rcnclir," tlio old soldlor Bcntenccil to lliu Imprisonment in lwil (or tlio murdor of " Old Hliakcsicaro,' lias recvlvod a letter from rrenchr, wlio li now In tlio Mat tcuwan IStato Hospilal, and another attempt will bo mado tn secure tho ardon of the priu onor. The letter is. ns folloHs: "I wrlto to you to acaln ask your help and assistance. One year has passod ulnca tho potitlon In my behalf was prosonted to tlio (loornor, and I v,ant to roiiuost that you como up and sen me. 1 havo reerottod so much what took place last venr. but oh, the provocation was socreat that I think Oov Hooanvelt may pardon inc. If I was not Innocent, 1 would not remind ou ol my oHltloii I havo led an ex emplary life for tho past year, and If you wrilo uplierc to tho medical superintendent he will tell you that lam as mild as any man In the hospital I wish you would do all 1 ruauest. 1 amKcttlnc old and do not want to dloln prison If you can't spare the time to como up. pleas send some Frenchman to see me. Yours very truly, Oeobok Fiunk " A petition bearing: over 2.U00 names, amonc thtmtuoao ol tbo French ami ItUMlaQ Consul- Oencr.il. was presented to Oo niivk about a year and a half auo. Tho matter was tem porarily dropped on account of some dlfllculty Krenchy not Into with one of theother Inmates of thu hoipllal, to which h refers in his letter. Tlm murder of "(lid hhakespoarn" In tho Hast lllver Hotel, In Catharine street. In 18IH. eauueil much talk, as the body of tho woman hail been mutilated In "Jack tho Itlpper" fashion. I'rein'liy Is an Arab, and sen ed for eiitlit years In thu 1'iencli Army iu Alulors. Oinsul-lieneral llruwaert Is much Inteiosled In the case, and It is expected that Ambassador Canibon, who wbh atono time i)oeruor nf Al Klers, will also take a personal luterest in it. I.Hwyur Iloblllard Kald yesterday thut he be. Ilexes hu can convince Gov. lloosevelt of Freuchy's Innocenco. Hani- I'usird a Ilurnlnc Hhlu, The North German Lloyd stoamshlp Haale. in yesterday from Mediterranean porta, passed on Sunday ooninB about 1,1)00 miles oast of this port, a burnlnir Halllni; craft, apparently a lumber-laden barkontiue. Tho Kaulo atoamed close to windward nf the essel and blew her whlatle There was no one aboard the lumber carrier It Is probable that she was a derelict set on fire by tho skipper of some pusslnc steamship. A Jlntter of Interest tn Ynu. who may hae property to dlapoa of. The Ileal Katate Hoard of Iirokera of New York Oltjr. la aelert Inn a morning medium for reUablIltrand dtllrable cUcntaee, car a nuata tlio daily nv.4it. 3Vrt alcu anil (Exhibition. American Art Galleries, Mmltsori Square South, New York. ON EXHIBITION UNTIL UNTIL 6 P. M. 6 P.M. Absolute Public Sale, TO-MOKKOW (FRIDAY) AND SATURDAY AFTEKXOONS AT it O'CLOCK, A Remarkable Collection of 'j Superb Oriental Porcelains, Including Many Specimens of High Quality anil , Great Rarityt ; Rara and Beautiful Examples of "Peach-Bloom" ; " Clair-de-Lune," ! Bluo and Whito, Single Color and Decoratod Specimens. -.M.SO- Fino Old Ennmols, Carvings ia Jade, Agato and Crystal; Selected during tho imt four years by the) woll-known Connoisseur, E.O.ARBUTHNOT RITANCillAI, CHINA. TH01IAS E. KIWlY, Auctioneer. AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION. : MAN'AGKItS. 8 Eaat 21-1 St., Madlann Siuaro South, Sfw Vork. " LEILA OI.VI'K XKA3IE HKM.tHKIK. Ttiitr the Wllo nf Y. Staunton i:illutt, Who ' Wna u lllillui: Cluster. ; Mrs. I.elIa()lyo Nvamo, dauizhterof Ilroker ' William H. Henriques, was married on April 3 to W, Btaunton lllllolt, a horso dealer, who x was formerly employed as an Iristrn tor In ildlnu neaderny In this eity. The announce. ment of the marrlacn was madn yeatorday. It Is Bald that tlm parents ofthn lirida weie op I posed to the marrlace, undthattho enrcmonr was witnessed by only a friend of tho cronm. Theccupleare now In Atlantle City On their return to Now York thuy will Uo at HI ltler Bide Krlve 1 Mr. Klllotf wns n relathe of the late Charles I OHborn. aud inherited considerable money I from him. In IKMSl hIio married Ui'iiKlas ,f. Neaine, an UnclUhman, Tho pair were dl orred In IWI, tho principal witness at riot trial bi'iiiic I'm nk I.lllsoii, betdT known as HUT Klllson. hlllaon was alterward Bent to Hlng HIiii: for lite years for assaultinc Mm. NeamB'ii father, llrotur Ilnrl(iue. with whom, ho had had an altercation. Since thu Imprison ment of Ellison In 1HU3, ory little hu boea hoard ol tin. Jicumt, . .