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1 iH ' ' 4 " THE SUN, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1800. .. V SOUGHT GOLD IN A SEWER. t MZXE IX MUI.IIF.RRY STREET WORKED VtililUl IUFF1VULTIES. : & Somr Ono Turned nil the AV ntrr While tlm I 'limit forllnliiiondrDrllngulle'saiO Was h nt lit Wnrnirat IIipii n Cup Cnme mill r Arrritnl I.Trryhoil Money Still Misting p Ilalmomlc Dellaenllo. tin artist of KM) Mill- f berry street, vvhcmo imtno the pollco Irrnvor- ently hut prophetically spII'-jI "Do Collar ltny- f mond," Mulshed n Job of decorating ft church In Mttlo Italy for tho fcstlv.il of Its patron j saint, vestenlav. nml wont homo with $45 in his pocket lianas lii.iliulit ami linppy mood, and f asho stioilo clown llxv-torstieot ho plnrcd vvlth 0 uolilon cikIo. vvhl'li wna pait of his waircs, makhiK It Icapniul Np-irklo In tho sunlight, bo- r foro thn on Ioiih cao of his friend, Domenlco Clutln hi was crossing Canal street It loapcdout of bound", struck the pavement and made a boo line foi thr sewer Italmonde made two or th i on frantic jrabi for It, but foil nliort. 1 ho coM pleco illipii'nroil down tho culvert on the hiloon comer In wiln diil linliiioiide unll upon thn saints, from tho Madonna dcllal'irinina, whose shrine hohnil Jimt pnltiti-U. to tho vlllico saint fiom ' homo, to bring up the eagle It did not (omn and gradually his puivors turned into our" tint wero shocking to hear "ihen lie had worn himself nut ut that, ho became practical mid iiffeied his friend d.itl.i f.' to iro down i and get It. Oatla looked down tho hole It was clarK and fmlilddlli.' Tliero might bo rats. He went off and hired lilovnnoi erlia. sur i named by tho pollm lotin (Mm. to do tho j job erb.i went down the hole atoneo ' A cul'eitlon of sTiifi-pins mil crowlom was taken up In the lie ghl iirlliii teneinciitH and ' panned nut enough f'i ilm work nf excavation, orba Inndeil the mud up to ll-iimoiidu and Domotilio. who lurried It to a convenient upot. J where they dun In it and nude stuo the ilu '.it ' was no Here. A ciowd of sni.ill bojscitbeicd I In help, and tho work of mining was going "n entliuciisiic.i Iv when an Irish loiigshoreni.tn I tame up to haw- n look , i Whlli they wen1 poring over the pile he sud denly nrido a wild gr ib and ran ".ltli a hand 1 ful of mud, ns fist .is his logs could cany hint, i down tho street 'J ho who' crowd rose nml mado after him, veiling ' btop thiof" They clmed hlui to the next saloon cornor, wlmre they found lilin izi Itirilnir In the doom at. vvlp ' inc n or- lli ty INt Ho had plated n joko on tln'iri , liaok went tho gang to delve In tho nasty heap erliiliul neirly re ached tho bottom I Ho was h df wuv In tho sewer plpn anil blgnor I (latla hiil descended In his noble enthusiasm to help him dig, when some scamp turned tho I water on in tho Indiant on the Mulberry Htreot I cornor It dime down the sloping guttor llko 1 a cntnract. and foi a few moments tho two Italians ranau Imminent risk of belngdrovvnod in their hole Hut their countryman nboTo I averted the dancer 1 sprinting to the hvdrnnt I and stopping Uie How llic-v escaped with a I cry black drenching. , . ! The crowd bv this fine blocked the street I and Policeman Zulu wasattrneted. Hoarrestoil ltalinonde. who then became pliin Dotollnr Itavmnnd, for vlol.itlnc sonio law he couldn't just then think of I rom the brink of the culcrt ho summoned the other two to come out licnthey didn't come, he sent around to the police station and Dotcntlve llurke r- apomlPtt Ho w;nt down In the blick hole and brought them out erl a had to be pulled out of tne sewer pipe llase and disappointment left him notenoUKh bie.ith to protest ncalust belnit tahPii down as Julin flarrj. . "Ono lot tic tim-a morn." bo, moaned, "twelo. llfatlnn pan fall, and we Una hltn " He wns lilaek with mud from head to foot Bo was his comrade 1 hey wore marched Into tho nearest yatil mid washed oloau under tho hydrant, bo rostored, tliei were taken before MaKlstrate Cornell ruth their countryman of the prophetic name, and chawed withUolat Inc tho health ordinunics Tho Maclstruto dlschnrced them "He kooi1-u man," a lid John Garry, scorn fullr. "I'ollieru.m dam-a fool " lly adicu of court lawyei. they went down to the Street Clennlnz Department for n per mit to reopen their i laim in the culvert. lot lowed by a lartman whom the boreaodurtlat had hired toc.irtaway tho dibris AltMIItdL KAVTT. XOT RKCAI.T.F.n. Eli lUitorn ilome Not Due to Any Dltintti fnctlon with Ills Conduct nt 6ntiioa. Wahiunotox. May 'M Iteports have been h In circulation to-day. based on tho tolecrnm reoe!ed by the Nay Department jotcrday from Hear Admiral Kautz that ho would re I turn to this country fiom Samoa, that this L' Ooernment had recalled him on account of i dissatisfaction with his course at Apia, or in j wrltioe letUrs to relatlcs in tho United S States which contained references to the Ger man Csnaul-General construed as uncompli- mentary. As a matter of fact. Admiral Kautz. I ' na stated In The Hun to-day. is cumtnK home j becauss he had discretionary authority to do t so. and not od account of dissatisfaction with ! his conduct. Proof of this Is contained in the j followlnc order to tba Admiral, under which ! he Is nbout to return to the United States: K A DrrAnTUCsr, I 1 ViAi.iiiviTov, Mircb jr,, I8iu. ( Bib Th nthesOalra iu Bmo warnut yuu in no aoiut. yon dl return t Ban Framwco w tb tu flszsblp l'luUilUililt. Very iftpccKullj, Jons D Losa, Becretsry, This effectually disposes of the reports that K Admiral Kautr was recalled. The date Is B antecedent to the publication of the alleged H objectlonal 'utters and also to the receipt of ! the news of the Admiral h action with refei enee to the political situation. It has been an open cecret that the ioermunt was very much perturbed over the publication iu American newspaper of perscoal letters re . cehed ly r'tle of the Admiral, lomine as they did at the time when liermaoy und the ' United btates were endeuioritie to arrnnee f the ease of Cant. Cozhlau of the ltaleich in in amicable manner An ndmonltorr u-lecrara H was sent to Admiral haul bi the t-eerrtar) of the Nay. but Prtond that noottleial action H. was taken. It is true that the (loverument I tlioucht that dmiral Kautz showed ry little I discretion for a man of his rears andllonc ex Hf peiienee as a nawil oHlcxf In commeatlua on V the bamoRti political situation in private Iet- Ters. but It is conceded In his behalf that he did not for an Instant bp!lee that hi relatives would violate thf coulldencs reposed in them by maklnc public these eommunlcatlons There la some uncertainty as to whether the , ;ruier Sewaik irlll lie Fut to Apia to take the Place of tli Philadelphia. The fact that Ad em ' 1 mlral hnut is to return is siifllcinnt liullca Bt i tlon to the Navy Department that he believes 1 that there will he no trouble requlrine the pres enco of a lulled Mates warship In bamoan watera. At anj rate no orders for tho .Venark will be sent until tho airlval of that vessel at mr Valparaiso. A naval oflli'iil sild to-day that ' there was no telline what the situation In Hamoa mlelit lie b) that time, and It was therefore, loo soon to arrance for the Newark s B f future movements When Admiral ivnutr's K despatch of vesterdar wis receivil it was'Tat first Intended to ordi i the Newark to pla. but subsenuent eonsldeintlau has convinced the : tv'ay Dsnartment that it Is bettor to wtilt. II11K l irAlllGTn. VS5.0CD Worth of riotlilllK Ilmned-lett of Hr tho 3Irenplione and Host Kepnirer. B AVamiootos, May 1M The fl'st opportun- B Ity clven District Commissioner WlLht Id wlt- B t ness the operation of tevcralof his improve- B , ' ments In the fire service came today at tin Hi f Chsrr A Motan clotlilnu store flie The flie HL . ' started In the basement this mornlnir and Bpl some $:t".00() worthof ilothlni: wasdestioiid. H , Commissioner Nleht attended he flro and II ' soon saw that thu orders wets not dietiDctly H i heard nnd Inquired as to the whereabouts of H ' the mecaphooo which he 1 ad purchased for Bj tho elder 'J he chief said it had been left in I, his buuKV, which brought op him n severe Kjt reprimand from Mt Wlcht. who sjld he had not pun linsfd a mecaplion to be kept under a buKuy seat, but tu be tued In Klvini; orders, I- It was procured, and'ntter that tliero was no J dlfllculty In undcrstandlni; the orders. Iter j U hose burst and three minutes were lost In j- ciitilnu out the break. Commissioner Wlsht j, tliereuion Instituted an Inquiry as to what had I rieeomo of a patent ho& repairer which la k sllnped over the hose when it bursts, He was mr Informed that this had been left in the hnre f, lOacmi nother slurti reprlmnml, to tho ef. j' ftct that hoso rennliers could not lepairtiose I i when left In the wncon, brouzht this Intoser ) vlct?. The stock of the slorw wns totally lost b In HPlte ot the lie-ole efforts of the llrcmcn j? As the buildint: was lik'hted In electrldtv and 7 there was no lire In it whatever the pronrie f) tort, are at a logs to explain the oricln of the BI. blnrp T Pate seems to 1p pursuIrK th firm OrlL. b Inallv It was comtiosoJ ol llobiiiion ,V Parker f' This firm dissolved, llobinson taklnir as f pariner .Mr ( lien and Parker comblnlni; L with Hrldcet inakinu l'irkni. llrlityet A Co f, Tlx'ii Itnliliifrii A ( lier's establishment was Ir tctallv dcftiojtil bv Ur and llobinson retlied )'. 'i from the llrm Mr Chen iismk l.ilcil with R him Ml Moinn. foi a lout; time head cleil of I, the establishment, .itnl i butldliii; on lVnn- svlvanla avriiue twodosrs irmn the Inn of I Parker, llrnlL'ct , i n. was n'mot enilrely ro- built foi the rew firm '1 ho sprlnir spx v, w,n K Installed pcnr'eli two weeks aijoaud tc- lu It I, A was all lost. I' Is Jl Vtg)awly441Mt.ilaili ..j. mw ii-i - ! - . OOTD 7THDAL TOTl OKS. tlAMKST. Protest Against Ms Treatment by the French Uovernmcnt, SpttUX CaiU Pupaleh It Tan Bcs. TAniR. May 20-Uen. dalllonl, Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of the French army of occupation In Madagascar, ar rived hero from Marseilles thin mornlne A sold medal wns presented tohlmnsheallehted from the train. Tho Nationalist press professes Indlcnatlon over tho Government's treatment of Oen, Oalllenl. who nfter bolne kept afloat off Marselllos under the pretenco of Uttarantlno until the crowds gathored to wel come him had dispersed was hurriedly landed and ordered to como Immediately to Paris I pon his arrival here ho was not met by n single Minister, nnd only about ono hundred persons wcro present to welcomo him Tho piess declares that this wns deliberately ilono by tho Ministry through fenrof popular enthusiasm for Gen Galllenl To-nleht Gen. Galllenl attendod a dinner given by the Colonial Minister. The press finds another grievance In this fact, ns tho din ner to which he wns Invited was only the usual weekly Ministerial bano.net It was M Delcnsstt's turn to bIvo the dinner, but M Guilliiln begauil that he might have the opportunity to honor (len Galllenl. which tp iiuest M. DolcassiS readily granted The Na tionalists aronttrlbutlng to M DelcassiS groat hostility to Gon. Gnlllonl KHTimiiArrs Aitsixa. Early Steps or I'renrh Army Offleers to Prevent Dreyfus l)li losiires, Svrnal Cnblr Dtipatth to Tnr Scn Pcris, May 27. Tho J'warn details this morning how Senator Rclieurcr-hestner cn toreil tho campaign In fnvor of Dreyfus, and tho steps taken by the War Minister, through Col Ilortln. to restiiln him. Meanwhile tlie staff ofllcers. who had been warned of the Im pending danger, wcro In a state of conster nation They hurriedly consulted as to tho best meanaof avoiding thn danger which threnteued them, and decldod to warn Ksterhazy by an nnommous letter, which was actually written, but which Gon. Illllot caused to be suppressed when ho was apprised of tho fact. Kstcrhazy. howevor. reeolved tho "Bspe ranee" letter while ho wns in tho country, and he hurriod to Paris, whore ho. Henry. Du l'oty do Clam and Grlbclln held mysterious con feiences. The .Fiaaro relates the various steps taken by Estarhazy to protect himself, Henry mean while scheming to overthrow Cot Picquart. who had already boen exiled to Tunis. TUK THAMES XOT SILTIXO VI'. Inconvenience MnT lie Canied, Tbouch, by the Closing of One ot Its Chnnnels. Xpaial Cablt DttsaltK la The bus. London, May It) Tho llVo'iiniisfrr Gazrttr says that the report that the Thames Is silting uplscrroneou-- It Is not the Thames Itself that Is nffected. but morely one ot the many channels leading from the sea Into the river This particular one is known as the Duke of IMInburgh Channel. Although this Is a serious Inconvenience, the Gaulle says, thorn In nothing remarkable nbout It, soelng that the channel was only brought Into existence through tho same process forty yenrs ago Tliero Is no reason to fear that tho Thames will be silted, as the scour of tho tides will prevent it, but It would undoubtedly be awkward If the silting of the Duke of Edinburgh Channel should involve a detour of twenty miles. c.EititAX ox tub srzr. caxaTj no4ni). lierr Plate Concratulateil by the Emperor on Ills Selection. jptnsl Cablt Dtiflch t Tax Sen. r.RKMEK, May20-IIorr Date, President of the North German Lloyd Steamship Company, has been elected a member of the administra tion of tho fiuer Canal. Upon receiving the news of his election the Kaiser telegraphed to Herr Plato tho following message: " I congratulate you mid the North German Lloyd Company upon this mark of confidence. I hope that your election will give an impetus to German shipping and commerce." SEVERE EIIOST IX EXGT.AXD. Fruit Serlonily Injured Crlrket Affected by Cold nnd Itnln. Xptcial Calif Inpatrh let The fluw. London. May 'JH Extensive damage haa been dono to fruit and v egetatlon by the sev ere frost which was widespread this morning. The crop of pears has boen ruined and straw be! ries have suffered greatly. The cold and rain everywhere are reducing the gatherings of cricket spectators to the smallest proportions. Paris sai.o noxoni. Medals Awarded to an Kncrarer, a Sculptor nnd a Fainter ttra rMr Dnralck to Tnr Sex. Tabif. May 2(3 The Palon has awarded medals fo M. Lccoutenx for engraving, to M. Ernest Dubois for soulpture. and to M. Tatte- rrnln for painting. M. Dubois exhibited a group representing "Pardon." nnd M. Tatte- grain a painting entitled "St. Quentln Carried by Assault." A RECEPTION TO MARCllAXD. Nationalists and Anti-Dreyfus Lenders Or ganizing a Demonttrntlou. A;ti! dibit Dnvatch fo TUE Scv, Tahis, May 2tk A meeting of Nationalists has been held here for tho purpose of organ Irlug a reception in honor of Major Marchand. who is now returning from Africa. Most of the antl-Drcyfus leaders were present. nrARS IX PIG IROV FAIL. Neilsnn Rtntliers nf fllnsgovv Torred tn Cnll n Meeting ofl Their Creditors. Svtcial Cable VnpalcS fo Toe 8ch. Ola scow, May20 Anioetlng has boencallod of the creditors of tho Iron and steel firm of Nellson Brothers, who wore caught as bears In pig Iron. Previous to the corner tho firm sold ship phtes at less than tho present prices. (en. Hoiilson in Pari!. .'wiiil Cahlr D'ipt'rh to The bcs. PAnis. May 20 llenjamln Hairlson, c rrcBldcnt of the United htatos, who will act as chief counsel foi Venezuela In tho Veneruelan boundary dispute, arrived here last evening. He was reeolved by United States Ambassador Porter and Seeretaij Vignaud. rnivrncrri on Mm HI. Paul. .Simla! Ctlitr D'lcalch to TUE Sui. London. May 20 Among the passengers who will sail forNnw"tork onboard the Ameri can line steamship St Paul to-morrow are Iird Falconer nnd Dr b Weir Mitchell and Mrs. Mitchell of Philadelphia. Spanish Honors tu Cnitelnr. "Pnl Cablt Tt'inolrh to Tnr Hcs, Madiiiii. May 2(1 Tho cost of tho funeral of Seflor Castolar will be defrayed by the Gov ernment, Detachments of gendarmes havo been sent to Pueblo to act as a guard of honor. 100 Houses .turned In n Rtisiiaii Tnvvn. ,'nmrtt Callt Pnua'c to The Bjs St PETEnsiiL'ito. May 20 -Ono hundred houses havo been burned at Ilulrokl. a suburb of MoLahan, and great destitution prevails In the v.llage In consequence Mark Twain Leaves Vienna. Fr trial Cablt Htira'c to The Hcf Vjevna. May 20 Samuel I. Clemens (Mark Twain) and his family have left this citj, where the huvn resided f.the past eigliteen months, and arc now on their way to London. In I'lnrlng Your Ailverll-lng rnrllic seasiui, be lerUinTuE Hi n in on your bat. the iiuiiilierof leading nnuarr irnnrt novr-it-frs I wim nun The Huh r Iu tliemtf lvos so ti-tlor-rinent of ilii' valiiuuf the payor s prvfltsblo medium. Atlc. LYNCHED ON SUSPICION. AO DIRECT CHARGES AGA1SST THE THREE VEX KILLED JX TEXAS. Neighbor Thought Them I'ndeslrnJile "Res idents of the Community nnd Mob Law Followed-Three Widows and Thirteen Fatherless Children nt the llurlnl. Dallas, Tox , May 20. The developments In the triple lynching of tho Hutrpiroys. father and two sons. In Henderson county on Wed nesday night stamp tho orlme as one of tho most cruel In tho history of Texas The victims of tho mob wern not killed for being crim inals. They wero simply suspected of having knowledge of crimes committed nnd of be ing undeslrnblo residents In thn community whero they were executed, without tho benefit of n trial oran opportunity to dlsposo of tholr bolonglngs and get away. The worst thing everbrought against the men Ivnehodwasnn Indictment against tho two brothers charging them with hog stealing, but the offence was not fastened on them They wore out on bond and were awaiting trial. Against James Humphrey, tho father, absolutely no charge of erlmo was pending. This nbovo statement wns made to The St'N conespondent this evening bv Sheriff Richard son nt Athens, tho county sent of Henderson county. During tho conversation Sheriff Hen derson snld "I shall Invoke all the aid my county and the Governor of Tcxus can givo mo to bring tho members of this mob ot murderers to justice. I bcllevo every one of them will bn cap tured and punished. 1 havo arrested and plaeod in jail to-day two men who I have good reason to beliovo arc tho real leaders of tho mob that bmheJ the men One of them Is a former Justice of the Peace of tho Aley pre cinct. Suuiro Wilkinson, nnd the other Is his son. Walter Wilkinson "M deputies arc now out with papers for tho arrest of the third man, whom I slnll rot name until I liavn him in jail A possu is also scouring tho hills and ravines of the wildest regions of Henderson nnd Kaufman counties, huriounditig the scene ot the liuchlng, for other members of the mob, and their capture I expect to hear of at any time '1 ho thrco Humph revs had lived for many 'ears in tho Aley neighborhood. They wero disliked bv tho community genor all) and wero suspected of not being good elt lens Many minor offences wore lodged against them In the minds of their neighbors 'In December last Constab le Ithodes Inot Molton.as was erroneously roportod lust night) was killed in thn Aley precinct by n man named Patterson, who was known as a friend of the Hutnphruvs The latter were believed to luive helped til in to escape, and also to have Imi advance knowledge of Patterson's Intention to kill Ilho le" Recently it wns reported tint Patter sou jiad been seoti in the neighborhood, and that tho Humphreys wore harboring him and apprising him of efforts for hl capture This seems to have precipitated the lynching "I have been unable to learn n word as totho proceedings at the ecenn of the hanging The men were found ntispended side by sido by ropes from a largo limb of nn oak tree. There were no placards pinned to thorn Tiie men were burled on James Huinphrej'e farm nt Aley yesterday. Several hundred of the hill country people were present, drawn tiiere by tho reports of tho crime that spread over tho sparsely settled territory. "Tliero was no religious service Acting Coroner Gatrett. tho precinct Justice of the I'eace. held an inanest at tho craves. Three widows and thlrte-m orphan children wero at the burial. The Inquest developed no facts not embodied in this statement " PRAISE FOR MR. IIAT'S LETTER. A Graceful Contribution to the Copyright Discussion, fiays the Staiidnrd. Special Cablt DticattK to THE Res Loxdos. Mar 27. The .Sfaiirfaivf. In com menting on Secretary ot State Hay's letter to Mr. Alfred Austin, the poet laureate. In reenrd to cop) right, says that tho letter Is very grace ful and cordial, nnd that it la pervaded bv a tono of sobriety and reserve, which Is proper in a n.nasl-olTlolal document, while Its easy in clslveness and lucidity of diction Invest It with the best qnallt of literary work. While hold ing that there Is room for a great deal of Im provement In the copyright law the Slanttnul says it does not wonder that Mr. Hay lu-efers to dwell on the substantial advantages gained In 1831 rather than to offer definite 'hopes of a specific atteir.Pt to complete a scheme of relief. COMMEXDED RT ADMIRAL DE1TET. Gallant and Merlturloits Conduct of Junior Lieut. Davis of the Ilelenn. Washington. May 20 The gallant and meritorious services performed by a young naval officer in the lnnd campaign against tho Filipinos has won for him the commendation of Admiral Dewey, who In rddltlon has rec ommended to tho Navy Department that he bo advanced ten numbers in his present grade. The ofTtcer so highly complimented is Junior Lieut. Cleland Davis of the gunboat Helena. Lieut. Davis was sent ashore by Admiral Dowey In command of a machine gun detach ment for service with Maior-Gen. MacArthur's division. He was vvitti thn advance of Mac Arthur's column in all tho bird fight lug from Calooian to San Pernando. nnd his guns proved of great assistance to tho light bat teries of the arm j . . . . . Shortly before the war with Spain began Liout. Davis was detached from bis duties In the llurcau ot Ordnance and assigned to the Hnlena He started "n that vessel for the Asiatic station by the European route and re turned in hcrto the West Indies when hostili ties with the Spanish commenced. After sen Inc through the naval campaign in Cuban waters, thu Helena was diiected to resume her voyugo to Asia. Slio was built specially for service In the shallow rlvpis of Chlnn, but owing to the requests of Admiral Dewey for light-draught vessels, ho has kept her In the Philippines evcrslnco her arrival at Manila RECRUITS FOR GE. OTIS. 2,000 Ordered to Bail front Snu Frnnclsro nn the Transport Sheildan. Washington, May 20. Secretary Alger Issued orders to-day directing that 2,000 recruits now at the Presidio. San Francisco, leave tills coun tr for Manila. June 5, on the transport Slieii dan This will delay tho departure ot tho Nineteenth Infantry, as it was first Intended that that regiment should leave on the bherl dan. Owing to the accident to the transport Meade at Ponce. Porto P.ieo. it was Impossible for the Nineteenth Infantry to reach this coun tr In time to take the Sheridan from S.in Francisco on tho date determined upon, and as regular troops are much needed in the Philip pines to 1111 up tho regular regiments now In servUo in the islands, it wns decided to send recruits there for assignment It has been decided bv Secretary Alger not to refit tho transports Meade nnd Sedgwick for uso in the Pneillo service 'I hey will be le paired, however, and held u this cjiintr) as reserve transports 'I Im transports '1 hoin.is nnd Logan will be entirely lelltted forcarrlng troops from the United States to tho Philip pines nnd will go to San I rnnclsco when tho work on them Iscomplctod. To Crente n Place for Admlrnl Dewey. Wvshin'.ton. May 20 Secretary Long has under consideration a suggestion to the effect that tho mombershlpof thollotrd on Construc tion be changed from that of bureau chiefs nnd be composed of three Admirals, who slnll foi m n court of appeal In all matters affecting tho building, repnlring and altering of naval ves sels One point urged In favor of this Idea is that it would create a place whore the good judgment of Admiral Dewey can tie utilised by the department At present the department has no Idea of what duties Admlrnl Dowey will perform whon he comes to Wnslilngton, His portion as Admiral is somewhat anomalous ashoie. and there Is no law or regulation which prescrll-es what ho shall do when not In com mand of a fleet Cut iu the Price of Loaf Sugar. Thu American Sugar Iteflnlng Company has reduced the price of its cut loaf sugurone-elghth of a cent, bringing the prico to 5 cents a pound Tho reduction Is understood to havo been made to offset a new brand ot -latent block sugar put out by ArbucUe Brothers on Thurs day at 5. cents a ixjuiid. Mure Phtladi'lphin Smallpox Cases, Plill.viiri rntA, May 20 Threo more cases of smallpox wero discovered to-day in Mce tnvvu. In this citv Tho patients wile taken to tho Municipal lli!tal uothorHdioolhouso was closed us a prcaullon I Senator Depevv Satis for Lurope To-llny. Chauncey M. Depew is booked to sail to-day foi Liverpool on the Cunarder Umbrla. IIIBiBilBBBBBBBBHBB Tro.vr o trim atkissoxs CRona. C. J. Bonaparte of Ilaltlmnre Declines to Support the Antl-ImjirrlnlUts. Boston. May 20.-Charlc J. Bonaparte of Baltimore, who wa recently nlected a Vlco-1-rssldent in the Antl-Imperiallst league ot this city, has written a letter telling why ho cannot nceept the place In his letter Mr. Bonaparte savs he cannot assent to the reso lutions recently adopted by the league. lie blames President MeKlrloy for his course In the Philippines and goes on to say ' I should not, nn at pietent ndvUed. recom mend negotiations with the revolted 1'lllplnos or any attempt to organl70 a qutsl-lndopon-dent government under our sueralntv or pro tection In the ntchlpelago. If we must own the Islands In nny sense, or become at all ro sponsiblo for their pence and good govern ment, then I think that asv stem of administra tion modelled substantially upon that of Brit ish India will be tndlstiensnble to their pros. ierlty nnd our security, and pomplete sub mission to our authority on tho t art of the In habitants Is obviously the first step toward ts establishment. I may add that while 1 fully recognbs the injustice nnd evea absurdity of Hiom charges of Mlalovnltr which hare been of late freely mado against some members of tho league, and also thai many honorable and patriotic men do not feel as 1 do on this sub ject. I nm pcisonally unwilling to take any part In an agitation which may hove some tendoncj to cause a public enemy to persist In nrmed resistance, or may boat least plausibly represented as having this tendency. There can be no doubt that, as a mnttor of fact, the counto Is at war with Amilnaldo nnd hls.fol lowers I proroundlv regret this flip. I think Its causes veiy discreditable to our President and his omelal ndvieis: but It Is nfnet. neverthe less, nnd as such must weigh Iu determining my conduct as a eltlren." I.AROREIIS IH'VtXD RETTKR WAGES. Ten Thousand of Them Inlereited-They Vfsnt n Halt Holiday, Too. The Mason Bulldors' Association, which has enteied Into an ng'oement for n year with the bricklayers' unions, by which the brlcklaj ers will receive ir cents nn hour and will woik eight hours n day. has now beard from the Laborers' Union Protective Society This or ganization consists of about a dozen local unions of laborers w Ith alnsmbershlpof nbout ll'.OOO The laborers, who havo been receiv Ing :ttl cents an hour and doublo pay for over time, now demand :n cents an hour, doublo pay for overtime, nnd n half holiday on Satur day, the same as the brlckliyers Those de mands. If granted.wlll give them S2.U4 a day or 51-1 f2 v week and will make them the highest-paid laborers In the country. The em Plovers, who hud n conference with repre sentatives of the laborers lato on 'I hursday night, will give an answer next Friday. The laborers expect that the demands will be granted. TIIE RROOKLTX'S orrlCERH DLVED. The Oxford Club's Appreciation of a War Itellr from the Cruiser. Capt. R. A. Cook, the former commander of the cruiser Brooklyn, presented the Ox!ord Club recently with a section of the mlddlo nmokestaek of the cruiser, which was pierced by a Sp-inlsh shed at .the battle off Santiago. The metal was mounted in a handsome double frurae and In the opening made by tho shell a fine plctuie of the Brooklyn has been placed. Tre'relle now forms one of the most interest ing decorations in the Oxford ( lub In appreciation of the gift the club tendered a dinner lust night to the offleers of the cruiser, the guests being ( art. T. 1 . Jewell. Surgeon (t. L. II Harmon. Lieut A C. Hodgson. Lieut. J. G Doylo nnd Naval Cadet U. H Mussey. Col George A. Price, President of the club, r.fter returning thanks for tho gift, spoke in high terms of the services of the Brooklyn during the war. FII.IPIXOS XOT ALLOWED TO LAXD. Firty Wanted for the I'nn-Aiiierlrnn I'xponl tlon and Torty for n Glen Island Show. WAsniNnTON.May'JO To-da Assistant Sec retary Meiklejohn laid before Secretary Alger tho petition and request that fifty Tillplnos ho nllowed to land at ban Franolsco. It was at first agreed that fifteen Filipinos should be brought over and landed for tho Pnn-Amorl-can Exposition, but now they want the num ber Incrcnsed to fifty. It is understood that nothing will bo dono utitil Labor Commissioner Powdeily passes upon tho ono or the forty Filipinos who wcro brought over for tho purposes of exhibition at Glen Island. N Y. and who were not nllowed to land by Collector North of San Francisco. Commissioner Powdrl. It Is understood, nan announced that It will bo several days before he can decide the iu ittei. but it is Intimated that ho is verv strouglj Inclined to the opinion that to permit them to land for purposes of e hibition or any other purpose would be clearly a violation ol the alien contract labor laws. Ifthes are brought over on the I tilted States transports the will have to stnv aboard until the question is decided one waj nrthe other, for It is clear that both Mr Fowdcrlv and Collector North are against tho nilplnos land ng In America either for ' service or as articles of adornment." ,VOr A CiSE FOR ARBITRATIOX. A Little More Time Given Honduras to In vestigate the Killing nt nn American. Washington. May 20 Tho Government of Honduras, through the Government of Guate mala, has requested the United States to sub mit to arbitration the claim for Indemnity made in behalf of the relatives of Frank Tears of Pittsburg. Pa . who was killed In Honduras by n soldier of that cnuntr). and this Govern ment has declined to consider the proposition. The State Department will give Honduras a little moio tlmo In which to investigate tho circumstances or Penrs's death, nnd will then make a formal demand for the payment of $10,000. to be given to the family of the murdered American Mr Petrs had been in Honduras a short time oulv when he was killed It Is said that lie was challenged b a sentry, but. being utifnuilliarwlth Spanish nnd not understanding what the sentry said, be continued to ndvnneo. Tlio sentrv there upon shot and killed Mr. Pears Hepresentn tivoDilzel! of Pennsylvania brought tho case to the attention of tho State Department, and an Investigation of tho circumstances has con vinced the department that it is justltiod in demanding indemnity. Contracts Awarded for Steel Shells for the Navy. Washinc.tov. May 20 Tho Navy Depart ment to-day nwarded contracts for the con struction of about $2."iO,(XK) worth of steel shells forthe navy, Tho awards were made as follows Twelve-Inch seml-armnr-plerelng shells, to the Mldvalo Steel Company; 12-Inch cast steel shells, to Isaac Johnson: O-liicli armoi-pleiclngsliells.tolleiijamln Athallllngs worth Company: it-Inch forged su el shells, to the American Ordnanco Oompanv : 4-lneli forged steel shells, to the United States Pro jectile Compuiy Bids for these contracts wcro opened at tho Navy Department on Ma 'i. A Daughter to tho llrnrllinn Minister. W vshinoton. May 20 The managers of the proposed visit ot Hie South Ametlcan nnd Central American diplomats In ashlngton to Buffalo next Sunday to inspect tho site of the coming Pnn-smerlcan Exposition postponed the trip to-day ''- ono wet k The postpone ment was brought ubout by the birth of o daughter this morning to the llrnzlllan Mln istei The Pan- American managers deei led therefore to wait until tho rcnicseiitative of Braz lean join tho pirt V i-itlnghoittc lluyt the Blaine Mantlou. W ASHtNc.TON, Mjy -11 - The Blaine mansion, on Dupont Circle, which was tho proportv of the late James G Blaine, has bcon sold to Mr. Westinghouse ot Pittsburg Tho mansion was built some years ago forMr. Blaine, whovv Ished to be able to entertain on nn elegant scale iu anticipation nf his election to the Presidency. In the house the marriage of Mr, Blaine daughter tu Col, Copptnger o! tho army occurred Pnttinnnters Appointed. Washington. May 20 The President ap pointed the following Postmasters to-dny. Connecticut Jewett C'ltv, VMIilsm II. Ilruwn, B ilgafleld, William C. llalhile. M'chuiett Gardner, Ocorgc L. Mlnot. New Jewi Newsrk. Jsmri I. Hiys hew nrk llnnielUvlllr, Millard F Hherwo-id, Sprlm-v-llle A. K llooler. I'mmjlvanW EJInlmru. IT, I., ( ooprr Hui-lita vllle.l'. M. Ntwuian. Joblistimn. Samuel MaiiUrii, lilfird.Clifrle Liiliniore, iaiiilnri-rlft, lluir) vr NkIioU VVih-titsvillc.vVilllim II I loin Northeast, V A s.ndli uu Movements of Nnvnl Vessels. vsimmiton. May 20 Movements of naval vessels Ariived nt Fottsniouth, May 2, fsscx, Prints Point. M iy'J&. Naslivlllo Sailed from 1 ort Monroe foi nnnpolls. May 20. Alllnnco; Furt Mouroo for Boston. May 20. l'coiia. DEFIES TWO GOVERNMENTS. .V AMER1CAX SEA UAPTAIX IX TRESCIIED OX 111S SHIP. Anchored In Canndtnii Waters Near Mon treal He ItefiiM-s to Move Until the Owners Pny IHinOrdera Issued to Cap ture the Vessel nnd Arrest tho Captain. Washington. May 20 An American sea Captain, Intrenched on his ship and armed to the teeth like n pirate of old. Is defying the Governments of tho Unltid fitntos and Great Britain in such a way as to cause serious em barrassment to both The Bhlp Is nuohored In Canadian waters, off Valley riolil, near Mon treal, and the Captain evidently Intends loamy there until she rots If ho doesn't get satisfac tion from her owners or charterers His sa luting cannon is allotted and every man ot the crew bus his cnrtrldgo belt full. Tho State De partment has sent orders to the United States Consul nt Montreal which mny icsult In nn at tempt to capture thoship.and tho ofilolals here are onxlouslt waiting for nows. Fatly last fall the Atlantic Transportation Company of Now York chartered several small schooners from peoplo In Clovcland, O. It was said that thu company wanted to leaso tbam to the Government lor use in transportlngtioops. The schooners wero ordered from Cleveland to the Atlantic, but started lato, and when they reached Vnlloy Field thn river was frozen over nnd all the vessels wero tied upforthe'vlnter. Meanwhile n receiver was appointed tnr the Atlantic Transportation Coniiaiiv, and the schooners were ordeied hack to Cleveland when tho river wns freo of ico when tho river wns opened in navigation this spring all the splioonnr Captains except ono ohojed the order The exception was ('apt. Marks of the Helvetia He said he would hold his craft until he was paid for Ills services and the crow decided to stav with him Persuasion was of no avail It didn't mutter lo Capt. Mnrks whether the Atlnntie Transportation Company lind irmlenn nsslgnmpnt .sompbody owed him wages, ho said, nnd he would keep the Helvetia until his claim was satisfied Tho Cleveland owners found tlitit the Captain was prepared to back up his rcsolvo by forco of arms The British Government could afford no re lief, for while tho vessel wns in Canadian waters it bad an morlean register. So tho owners complained to the State Department at Washington An attempt to take Capt Marks off the ship was unsuccessful. Then the own ers offored to give a bond to pay all damages and costs If found liable for the wages iluo apt. Marks and the crew. This Government urged Capt. Marks to accent this offer and he replied that ho would decllno to treat or ac cept the advice oT the I nltod Stutos Govern ment The Canadian authorities wore re quested by this Government to arrest Marks nnd solo his ship, but they declined to do so unless the United States would assume the responsibility. Tho Consul then asked for that authority on his own score, and Canada agreed to consent If this Government approved. But tho Stat Depart ment declined to nuthorire any suoh proceed ing unless the owners would give a bond to In demnify the Consul If ho were found liable for damages This the owners have agreed to do. and orders have gone forth from Washing ton and Ottawa to forcibly take the Helvetia and arrest Marks, But thn sel7Ure has not taken place yet. and thn authorities here are looking for some stirring news from Montreal. rnr s4Motx cowmissiox. Nothing Known In Washington of the Steps It Is Taking to Insure Pence. Washington, May 2(1 No advices have been received at the State Department from Mr. Bartlctt Trii-p. the United Btates representa tive on the Sanionn Commission Mr EHIot. the British Commissioner, has telegraphed tho embassy of his Government in Washington that the commission found, when It reached Apia, that an armistice was in operntlon, and the commission thereupon proceeded to begin its investigation Nothing has been heard nt the German Enibnsy from Apia since the com mission arrived A very perceptible feeling of relief exists in official circles over the fact that the commission is In Smoa nnd has begun its work under poacernl conditions Jii6t what will be dono by the commission to prevent fur ther trouble is not known here, but the sug gestion, credited to German sources, has been made that its first action will ho to provide for disarming the natives of both factions, thus practically insuring a continuance of peace. GEX. CARET TO 1SE RETIRED. Col. Tlates to Succeed Him as Vaymastet General of the Army. Washington. May 20 Leave of absence has been granted Brig.-Gen. Asa B. Carey until and including. "nly 12 next, on which day he will goon the n ired list on account of age. Gen Carey has been Pav master-General of tho Army since the retirement several months ngo of Gen. '1: II. Stanton He has been succeeded as head of the P.iv masters' Department by Col Altred E Botes ot the Pav Department. Col Bates was assigned to-day as UtingPay-masKr-Genernl. which place he will tllT until the retirement of Gen Care v. after which It is expected that be will be appointed regularly as laymaster-General of the Array Col Hat en is a graduato of the Military Acad emy and has been connected with the Pay De partment since lS7"i He has lust returned to Washington after service as Military Attach at the American Embassy In IOtidon. where be was succeeded by Oen. 8. 8. Bumner. 31 AT SOOX RAISE OUR OIT.V TEA. Secretory Wilson Believes It Can Tie Grown In the South us Well ns in China. Washington. May 20 Secretary of Agricul ture Wilson's recent trip through the South convinced him that there is no reason why as line nn article of toa cannot be raised in some portions of the South as is crown iu any coun try, mid liel loving tills lie will as early as possi ble begin the work of formulating plans for earn ing nut his experiment stations Ideaa At points near Augusta, tin., and Charleston. H. ('..tea of a veiy lino quality lias been grown, and it is Secretary Wilson's opinion that with thoroughly experienced tea raisers to look nrtor everithlng thero will bo but little trou ble indemonstrntliig that China cannot always have a monopoly in the production of tea. It is llkelv that the lntgest station will bo estab lished at Chaiiestnu. but tliore are a number of points wheio a thorough test will b made. A $;' 10.000,001) MORTGAGE, It Hears Slltl.nno in Ilevenue Stamps nnd Covers nil the Property of the n. & O. Washington, Mnv 20 The largest mortgage ever placed on record In the District of Colum bli w ill be filed to-morrow Tho amount which the mortgage secures Is $240,000,000 and covers all the property of the Baltimore and Ohio llailioad Company. The mortgage is the American Trust Company nnd tho docu ments hear SOn.lHKl wotlh of revenue stamps. The wholo amount is divided Into two parts, a pi lor lien mortgage for J75.000.I KM and a first mortgage fur10'i,(XXl,000 I'ostnl service In Porlo Itlco. Washington, May 20 Postmaster-General Smith to-day issued an order discontinuing the military lostal stations in Porto Itlco In accordance with the plan previously outlined these stations resume theirSpanisli names and lieeoino onco more independent nfilces. The IHistal service of Porto Bleo will be inde pendent, ns In Cuba PROVIDE YOURSELF WITH A DRESSY SUIT. It will bo a gootl investment. What an air of satisfaction a man wears WHO IS WELL DRESSED. Wo enn piovido you with that satisfied look if yon f?ivo us the oppoitunity. Suit to order, $20.00. St vie and Fit guaranteed. 2,000 Stjles to select from. 771 Broadway, 14 5-Z47 Bowery. UO&JL BOSHEVR DEAD. Career ef the Most Fnmous Woman Painter of Her Time, Svtcial Cablt Dtivnltk lo Tnc ftp. Tams. Mny 20 -llosn Honhetir. the famous animal painter, who had been suffering from an attack ot congestion of the lungs at Foil talnebleau. died to-day. aged 77 J ears. Mnrle Rosalie Donheur. commonly called Rosa Uonliour. was tho most famous woman painter of her time and has beon declared bv some critics to bo the greatest woman artist that ever II 'eel. HI10 was the daughter ot liny moud Donheur, a painter of somo reputation who lived, in Uorclcnux. whore she wns born on March 22. 1SJ2. Her father was her teacher. Her sister, Mme Poyrol. Is ulso nn artist of some reputation and has been for some years In charge of the Free School of De sign for Olrls. foundod by Ilosa Uonheur In 1840. The fltst pictures ot Mllo. Uonheur were shown nt the Salon In imi Tliev weio two small canvaMs. "Goats nnd Sheen" nnd "Two Itnbbits." l'or the noxt nine years sho was n regular contributor to the Salon, but InlSTil and 1832 no specimens of het work'woro exhibited. In 1H55 she oxhiblted for. the last time nt the Hnlon n largo canvas called "Hav Time In Au vergne." She sent few exnmples of hor pic tures to foreign exhibitions and tho last wero shown In Antwerp and London manv jeara ago. Tier pictures begun to acquire a high value earlv In her career It was In Cngland tlmt enormous prices were first paid for her work. All her mol famous pictures were studies of animal life, although she painted some portraits and also oxhiblted n few pieces of sculpture, wliioh did not add to her fume. Among herjportralts was one of George Sand, which she presontcd to the writer Medils were given to her In IS4S. 18.15 and 1S07 and she received. also the decorations of the 1 e glonofjllonor and'tho Order of Leopold oUiol glum. She lived for many sears at 1'ontalnebleau, nnd during the siege or Paris hot home was protected from damage bv ordei of the Prince lioynl of Piussia I mil his death In lS4Hslm was passionately dovoted to her father, and it is Bald that she never recovered from tho sor row caused b) his death 'I ho great mojorltv of hor pictures sold dur ing the years of her greatest activity went to England, whero thev were ongstly sought ntior before tne Trench hud begun to hold them In llko appreciation Pew of her pic tures wore oven exhibited in Pa-Is after 1S.).. when she contributed for tho lust time for many v ears to the Salon This s ear sho again sent several pictures to the exhibition. Many Interesting stories were told ol her life and methods of work. She wis accustomed to adopt man's dress nt her easel and in her excursions to observe the animals she was In the habit of nalntlng.and customarily she wnro short hair like a man's. "Tho llorso Pair" Is not only the most famous of her pictures, but also oae of those most familiar to the public through Its freuuent reproduction in engrav ings. The picture now hangs in the Metro polian Museum of Art. A. T. Stewart paid $20,000;ror it. In her home In rontnlnebieau she frequently wore trousers and n blue blouso of the kind worn by 1 reach workmen, liut this was not her Invariable apparel even at her work, end when sho went to Paris It was always In the garb ot her own sox, although It was generally made to conform to masculine fashions ... Iter home at rontalnehleau was almost hum ble In Its modesty and simplicity, she kept there a collection of animals, to which she was as devoted as it they were humaulbelnps, nnd with them much of her time was pissed. Obltunry Notes, Capt, Julian Myers, who scrvod In the Con federate Navy during tho civil war, died yes terday at the homo of hl daughter. Mrs C C. Whlttaker. 110 Claremont avenue. Montclair. after a lingering Illness. Capt Myors wns born In Savannah, Ga , on May .r. 182."). At tho age otl3 he enlisted in the United States Navy, where ho served with honor and distinction. Ho was twice promoted by special act of Con tress for bravery When the civil war broko out, Capt Myots resigned his commission and Htartod at oiioh for tho South, whero he joined the Confederate Navj Ho was placed In com mand of tho monitor Huntsvllle and took part in every naval engagement with Admlrnl Inr ragut's fleet bolovv Mobile Capt Myor. toes capo being raptured by tho Union ships, was obliged to scuttle his ship. Tho death of Otto Wessell of Wcssell, Nickel k Gross, piano action makers, occurred 011 Thursday. Mr. Wessell was born In Germany In 1M45. nnd oame to .this country at a very ai.li'nff. 11a l,Ai,nM nn amnlman In 111 Htelnvv ay piano factory, and while working at the bench there mado the acquaintance of Adam Nickel and lludolph Gross, who Inter became his partners Tho firm of Wessell, Nickel A; Gross was established in 1H74. Mr. Wessell was a member of the German Liedorkranz. tho Arlon hoclety. tho Helnebund and of the Independent Benevolent Association, and wns director In tho Homo B-ink. Ho leaves a widow and two sons. Robert Bloomsbure, superintendent of tho Pennsylvania Railroad ferries from Jersey City to this cltj.dled yesterday at his home. 128 Prince street. Itoiaentown He had been ailing since April 12. and was not able there after to attend to his duties excopt at occa sional Intervals ot a day or two Mr. Illooms burg was 70 ears old He was born In Phila delphia and entered the employ of the Camrton and Amboy Railroad Company ns a steamboat fireman at the age of 15 lie had boen super intendent of the Pennsylvania ferries for six teen years. A widow, two daughters and one son survive him. Thomas II. Hendrickson, tho well-known manager of tourists' excursions, died yestor clay of pneumonia at his home, :i83 Third street, Brooklyn. He was born In Huntington, h. I., where his family settled over ISO year ago Almut twenty years ago he Inaugurated his excursion enterprise, ono of his first suc cessful exploits being the trip of the Brooklyn Tabernacle congregation to Niagara Fulls. Ho rapidly developed tho business, and for the past sixteen years has each summer taken u largo party ot tourists to Kurnpe He leaves a willow, two sons and a daughter KVIneent Matthews Porter, ndescendant nf tho old Porter family whose, history is so clo-ely allied with tliat of Niagara lallf., died) esterdn j. Ho v us bom In Niagara lalls. July 14. J-CI. Ho was a son of the late Albert 11 Porter and a graduate of Union College. Schenectady In June. 181 Ki, ho murried Ml- llerthulvirkpatrick ot Toronto. Ontnrio. who. with two sisters, sur vives Ho was the wealthiest man in Niagara 1 alls, his wealth having accumulated through family real estate iossi sslou. At ono tlmo the Porters owned all the land on which tho city ot Niagara Falls is built. Dr. Isaiah Mlchoncr, the oldest practicing veterinary suigeon In eastern Penns)lvntila and a well-known citizen ot Bucks county. died nt his residence in Solebuiy township 5 ester day. He was H7jcsis old In 18.10 he wrote the first article evor published on cerebro spinal meningitis Dr. Michencr was an hono rary member of the United btntea Veterinary Medical Association, and gave that body Its name He had been practicing his profession for sixty-three jears Ho is survlvod by his second wife. Rebecca Scott of Buckingham, and six children. Joseph WilburTllllngliaft of Alb-inydiod yes terday nt his bummer liomo in Menands Mr Tllllnehast was President of theolerchants National Bank of Albany, a charter member ot the Albany Historical nnd Art Society, Vice President of tho Westcott 1-xpress Complin, and trustee of the Albany Savings Hank and tho Old Men's Homo Ho was born in Mlun04 yeirs ngo Awidovv.n son. 1'redorlek, nnd a daughter, the latter Mrs Cnrolins li Hills, a widow, survive him George W W'utklns of Washington, one of the oldest clerks of the Ponslon Odlce, died of heart failure on Thursday afternoon Mr. W'atkins was born In Leosburg. Va . in 18-'it. He was twice married, and leaves six daugh ters and thrco sons He served as a scout with Gen Geary In the Shenandoah at one tlmo during the civ II war. and afterward joined the lirflt Wisconsin Heavy Artillery Samuel II Drew, a lawyer, died on Wodnes day at his home, HSMeDonough street. Iliook hn. He was M years old. was a native of Maine, and had be-on n cloio personal Irlend of JamoBG Blaine Ho had been District Attor ney Infinclnnati before settling in Brooklyn, about eleven years ago. Ho was a Itepubllciu, and ntuinied the Mute for JUcKuiloy during the last Presidential campaign Harrison Rood, known In 1 lorida as tho first "curpetbngger" Governor of that Mate. Is dead in lacksonvllle. I la He was born in Lit tleton, Mass. Iu ISl'l He was editor of the Milwaukee Sentinel and other Western news papers, nnd founded the town of Neenali, Wis Ho was Governor of 1 lorida for four years and a half Ho was impeached thrie times, but was not convicted Mrs K L Walr. of Lngrande avenue. Plain field, N J. died suddenly at "iiivay. Switzer land, on Thursday while travelling In com pany with her husband nml daughtor Her death was due to asthma Mrs Sal7 was 11 native ot Brooklyn She was Miss Abblo M Lewis, daughter of William II Lewis, who was one ot the organizers ot the Brooklyn street railway system Charles Henry Lamport died on Thursday nt his home. 42 West Niuoty-third street He wns tUl years old and was 11 member of the firm of Boorum A l'euso. manufactuiors of blank books at 101 Dunne street. His father waa William Henry Lumport, who wns a Congress man from Ontirlo county. N. "1 George Gibson Colegnte. manager of tho Washington leal estnle lltm of 11 (' Holtrnmn , Co . died yesterday after a li ng illness, fo. I. 1 iMinrpoiatlon for appendicitis Mr Cole gat wns nhi ut 40 veaisot age and married, but leaves no I'hlldieu He was, 1 sou of the lato Jann s Colegate Anthony W ( niiningham. 00 years old, died at Ids homo In MountA ernon, N. , on Thurs day He was a member ol tho Lxempt Fire men's Association of New lork. He was for t Paine's Celery Compound , Builds Uu the Nerves 1 -f i fogfa "I uso nnd pretcrlbo -mR aK Paine's eelory compound &' IaCS? with beat results for S yn nervotia exhaustion or I -Ky debility. Through Its K Jr Invigorating effect the, Ci liver nnd stomach are H mi, toned up nnd obstinate W ytt constipation Is cured 'TJ ttf without resorting to lax- Wt 7p' ntlves and cathartics "- ' MATiv It MrwtNPr. M. W D , :!23 41st bt .Chlongo. ' WiV't "Several times when We v-iyJ cmi,1"tcy Trn out k 5eL SS?y and unnbln to secure jUe, fTi Jf W) propor rest, Paine's ecl- VT v,j(uL). vi cry compound has boen IWJm j9jJ ,1 , t n great relict In building Vj Vrafc. ffi!1 up my nervous system, HI jajgRyS' restoring my nppetlte, H jjHHIjSIs; nnd securing peaceful B v3$?r2p'' sIeep."-i:iTA:iKTHYr.T- sfys tku. Chicago. III. H I The Radiophone, which trortBmlts spooch along a W boarn of light (now operating nt tho Electrical Exhibition. Madl- son Squnro Cnrdcn), gives an m Idea of what tho telephone Sy9- torn of tho futuro may bo. Tho tolophono system of tho presont contains wires, motalllo circuit, laid underground, long H dlstanco telephones, and nil tho H latest Improvements. li It Is In New York, whore mos- W sago rates mako tolophono sor ! vlco very choap. B' 1 1088 I I gv Dyspeptics made a report t g V W after using m d JOHNSON'S DIGESTIVE () I 1 TABLETS. M ! 88 Cured or relieved I () IN BLUE DOTTLES. (S) Bl f-m 1-90 .DERBYS I ft n sSs i those sold else- Bj c ? AZtr J where 2'5 j5S-. J (yTkS ini f 3.oo. H X."ms7 III "r.nnys at a.oo B JHfVNy '"- ' the finest productions -Bl l.'S" t. r of the httr art H vA X V N PEARL ALPINES. y $j mi to 2 so. JHj y J Mo middlemen's profits. AJJ Take No Kisks. M CARRY VflTn YOU A H Lee's Portable Fire Escape. I TOR SALE Br Bfl 1EWIS &. COBJGBH, 1.10 AMI 132 WEST 421) ST. BS mnnr renrs nn expert onuravcr. dolnc irorlc jBft for the New ork Dank Note Company. Ada Bothner. an actress, died In J-.lcln. III.. nn TliurBiluv ot spinal raenlncltls. paused br overwork, hliu was born in I.nelana. ana had ( starred for several seasons in Hoy t's " A Hunch jKt of hcvi " Bho w as the wife of Oua Bothner of Hj New York. Bjj Dr Carl Johon Chiistianl, who had been n BJ drucelst In ashluitton for forty-two year. H iliedHuildoiilr vctordajf. Ho was a well-know a JB Mason, and leaves a widow and one son. Jt TRIED TO SHOOT HER ItUSBAXD. I Wife's KcToWcr flrnblied by Pollcema I as She Wns About to Fire. Ms. Carrie Cratnor. 18 years old. of 100 1 r.nst I'orty-olglith street, attempted to (boot 1 her husband. John Cramer, n scenlo artist. 28 car old, or ft'-M Last Fifty-ninth street, at Flfty-nluth street nnd Second avenue last nlcht. but fallod. She was arrested and locked up In the I'.ast Sl-tty-eeventh street station. The Cramers wore married three years ax. ' hut the wife left her husband soon after tha weddlne because ho had not enough money to support her as she v, Ished. He heard nothing- more of her for trro year. but lu February , last learned that she was recelrins attentions 1 from hirhy Mnrsh, the assistant janitor ot 1 Public School No fiO. Cramer boua-ht some carbolic acid nnd went to liU wife's rooms. He ft-TtilloTed Hit add thero after taxing her with . inlldclltr. He was removed to the FreabyU rlan Hospital und recovered. (in 'lliursdnv nitrht Cramer went to Marsh and asLed him to hnve notlilnc mars to do with Mrs. Cramer. Mnrsh promised not to see her aealn. Last nlttlit Cramer received a note from his wife Asking- him to meet her at Ilttv-nlnth street and becond avenue at 0 o clock. Ill tv If appeared there on time and walked up to him. "What do you mean by stealinc my fellow from me-' she naked. "He'll never ssc you nealn." replied Cramer. i "Ucll.von'll never too him aealn." she shouted "I'll kill you." M 1'oliceman Happ ran up just in tlm toctrab Bi a rovnivcr tne woman pulled from her dress H anil (timed at Cramer. All tne way to the stn- B tinn she beeced t-me to let her co.ns she wanted to kill Cramer before she was locked up .Inmnlcn unit Ilrltlsh Guiana Want Btol- I proclty with This Country. I WAsnivoTON. May 20 The State Depart. f mont has been notified that a commission E represcntlne tho Government of Jamaica Is conilnu to anhlncton to consult with the authorities here In lCKanl to a reciprocity J arrangement affectlnp that Island. The com- 1 mission will reach Washington next month. I Sir Cavendish Iloylo, beorstary for liritisli Utilnnn, In expected hero next week Irom Enc- lnnd to iirrnniren reciprocity treaty. Mr Item- 1 nald, Tower. Chnrire cVAffalreHof Great Britain B in Washinuton. will hnveennornt eharceof all 1 reciprocity necotliitions oonoernlne British , colonios In addition to treaties covering IM Jam-ilcnand liritisli Oulann, ho will endeavor to arrange a reciprocity agreement for Ilarba. ft ilos 'Iho Hon John A. lruson will be the reprcsenntlvo ot the United btates In thes J negotiations I $50,000 Reward) If this puper or any fabric can be set on lire after It is DIPPED In Fire procjfine ami DRIED. "FIREPROOFINE" " IS FIItK INSURANCE. Use it in the wash. No trouble. For Sale by BLOOM INGDALE BROS., 3d av. fc 59th st ' H C F. KOCH. U2 West 125th St. ABR Ml AM & STRAUS 420 miton St., Bk'n. IAnJ other representative dealers. Q ' Fabric Flrcproofine Co., 26 East 23d St. I -.. T --- " -1 y u'S'M-".t n. VA. tj. i