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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1899. 7
SOTMLTHOFDKAMALEFT. TliriTRIt l.S TAMSU OX Till in i it 4i .sr.nurtt aspect. jm1II,. inica Hi" ""I Wcnthrr Sensnn lliilill) Ibc M'eiienee "f Vlnrill In Hnr lln Vft-r tjiilttliis New Vurh singe Notea. . , , P, , ' drama Ik loft in our stage, nml t w n . ,i-i nftnr uet Saturday ntutit. man ' ' ' " ' ''"'"''Ins ,IB firand Opera .i!C aeis 'i till weol. with "A Itomnnee of i-iilo'i" 'I'' rt'l ""rformniie(i of "Tim . ,, ir ui'lmii lime" n ' bolng given nt ,!,' ViMilcm nf Music. The rcnownl of "Kr- inc' I)' I'mtu'ls llmi will conclude nt the 'Bn.l.ut tli.it tlioatif Mill bo kopt open tilth l,tt ' I'1' Vigelis I" "lnB ''ol'r Muletecr " iiui Oitn Ii nt "' ,l!,nr tl,,', week with i4hp Minkf-'pri.. " n version nltaroil by I'.iul ' ,fr fr m ills f.unlllnr old one Mr. Oil .,ii!in Hie hero wiMi dash and fervor, nlm hi'lctiVlKfiil'v at tlii I it met :u well ns pols ., at Mi iKilim Th Hrltlsh Army nielo-Irani- "ll1 " tl,rmi t rons." Iail tlio Co lnln 'J'1" ''" t,,,t '''', bJOD loiitest with ,, j 'aa. ' I" wli-' ! "rs- f'urter Is holding .. jtel! under the excitement of nri nrduous !' ii liit it K 'ileu'atcd ilia' t'10 niesetit week .1 tnc more will complete hor term nt the r,TI .. ! "iv lc ,',a ' I"'t "'"llfV HlO ilmfrii'T' .i 'he ' iiil'li' "i"1 "Tlio (ircat t' ,r 0t iilv s will l.i't a little Inngor. It de t('aia n tlu ncithei In .limn. Kxtravagnnrus .,', Jeeraeil Mutable diversion In iiimmor. i lirlsn "' ' ""' ls I'ontlnuod lioyinul tlio Hin'rtt t .r It d 'ho n'torli. and the head io'"Ili'' l in I" the Mnon"nt the New ork ,1, ii.I.eT. t ' lot"! while. MbI .mil hei' h lm opened Its suinmor soa- tii "l'aflt-. of our Nation." n musical. .fji-ti i, ir mil pitrlolle ntTulr. Tho flret of tlii ."jlkiril"!!! to invite the public will be tlio i'l..n S, u.iio next week. When the top of j,. (. i cm"! hit j use It will bo .'ailed the ','. "m ijhi.'I.i iiifiit. on a"enunt of the mng ,m i.i n winch .1 'I lie Placed there. Tin t.t "inl .n hosier A Mill's, the Victoria iniliht New ork will be utilized and probn iit tl it i.t il ' uii'rnnii "ju.ldi '' I"'"1 "I"' hot weather boldlv. rtrt.iri.ifri wlio .ire well known becnuse of tlVr ahih'v ii'1' Plentiful In the rosters this Kk Itmlni:- 'h.T Maud out In the contlnu iu how are thoe of I Isslo l.oltua. tho iMWfk " I 'lio aerial ilaiieira. who nro nt ih r.isiiM l dnee, nf 1'elU Mori Is. Chine Ire I " and ibeil I (lullle. nt Keith's: of erli Har'. 1 l"i".i Iiwiil and Wricht Hunt Inttia .it 1 1 tors, and of tlio Cohnna. who leiJ the bi 1 at I istin s Josle Do Mtt. I.eon n an I the tiilftlthx nre Borne of tho special !'; st l .ster .'. Ill.il i I rissle Hherldnn leads Hit fni.il hurleiiue at the Dewey. A new Litrh of motion pictures Is n pleaulus pait of I.LnMi.i'eehlbli. 3lme iarihwil' bo rememliered ns nn ao tr( nli.i fliturod here unfortunatoly in the trlea's at the beelnulim of tho season of P07.1W Slio was liiii-alded ns a. fumout and pofjitr performer In ltussla, 1'olandand Oer cir.7. nllh iujh 1 ersons familiar with tho for (Cn stace emiil not recall her namo. New lotk lia h.vdlr cut witnessed such a flneo 1 'hi m.ido. Purine threo weeks tho Fifth wrnao 'Iheafro was filled with nothliiK but Kr woiderful netlnir. It wa nftorward re iaIM in a nut for rfnt that the recelnts had !slen ns lu a- ?l".n a week She disappeared iter th.it enuacement. Thero wero vncue ibrtatsthat she inlcht make a reappearance In "JWc.i"nl the W aid irf-AMoria. but' they wero tot inrried cu It was not until Mmo. Vlarda rrutneil ti..ui (ivrninny the other day that It If arae lnon tlmt she had left this country tttli Hie idea o,' aetinc In lleilin. Tliero hor HierleDie-. were Prlefor than In Now Vork. Ihe nenre-t "lie came to urntlfiinx hor ain Wlonsltl ere wns tlio nnnnunccinaiit of her tsm In th m-ttFpipors. Onlv una'l ndvor iiements of the theatres nppear In llorlln, so hd e!at into efforts to call attention to an rtrert knowu n ".Mine, ile (iard.V were un Mi'dleiited I nacciHtomed details con eetnlntr hor eaieer wero Khen. tilie was nn roicccd ti pla three men's rules, llainltl, n',nbi and Viiv . and It "as added that ihe irould act thco parts In Italian. French, P.um an. I'ollsli. Vneilsh nnd Spunish. nini wobU a 'commodate herself to tho Derlln pub lic t.v i'.vIm; tliem In Oermnn. (in the day te'ire lle vn to hae made herdC'but nctleo wan ghen that he liad taken cold and would t comielh"! to potpono the openinir por lormanee, I ater It was oiplnlned tlint the riLaciT of Hie theatre, foieueolnt; no possl t sui-cosfl, li.id declined to let her appear. Hr M3 ooinliii'fd that continued rehcarenU Kit cot likely to make any difference In her iHlitlH 3lme do (iatdu throatened n suit mlntt the manager nn tho Rround that he bid Iniurcil tier artistic reputation. That uMdeil and Mine, de Uarda sailed for New lork. l'Ceomlnc Mmo. Vlarda aealn on thn mi :ver Mie has not abandoned hor career in nftrcss hi spite of the dlscouracements At ha met with. Mi has con-tilted n man icerabout taklue her to tho riiillpplne Ii-I-Lids on a tour tilih Ii is to Include Asia and lurore. I Ilerlln pla called "Tho VIvlsoetor" Is the wrkof l'r. I.utze. who alms to prove the bnnc IjleHei'ts of iNectInn upon those who pmc telt It wis leccivod with cn'husinsm nnd th author was ot'led rcpoatodly boforo tlie tartain Mr lanctry has definitely decided to re turn to the tawe. Slio will bo her own nian iter. and use a t-odety melodrama. Juttln MCnrthy lias written a book called 'Modern Fneland." In It ho mentions nil the cct'tit KiiL-Ilsh actors whom ho rates In the !rs: clns. Thev are Henry InltiK. Elian Terry. jcrlmim Tree. Charles Wyndham. .1. L Toole. A. .1. I'orbes-Itol ertson nnd Mrs. J,,,r.ICk ( umiihell. "-omohodv should remind Mr Mi-farthy ih.it the Kendils. Kyrle llellew. t'eirte Maunder. Martin Hnney. Olun Neth enwleand .h.hn Ih.re are still iietlnc The first Mjlit. which IJeerbohm Tree rn n-;ied m London, shows Its nco. What f'fmeil p he leallsm at the time of Its llrct ,1,1 u.5""n '" """' i-erely fnree. ItralilnK JM Mr Tree and his company make no nt- rart t.i l. natural, but uo In for fun of n. "'ri.Vii? hnractor This piece Is one of ?w ailaitnti ins from tho Trench of "Tho utntr of the Debutante. ' A successful er- a wis undo by S. 1'. Hawtroy nnd Felix Iwri and culled "Ilahlnd the Scenes." , At th Umdon f.yerum mut winter, while itune Is m iLlrc his Amorlcan tour, ti sub 1 i.ti m -e.isuii of twenty-two Shakespearean ' .' Kiion. ItieludlnKsoine that nro l!freii ,.n'lr ai-tcd Jlytln iinrroy Ins cono to the front in fMon with lone strida". Three years au'ii ' wia nver here plauiiL-Ismall pint In Henrv "lnE," oiniiiuir Now h Is u prosperous Si ,!".. Iiundredlli performance in "The k.J "'1J occurred l.isr I'rlday He his on Jiml n ihv b Cap-, llnsil Hood, fiundod on n "ik' ''Ji'ins ctiristmn Auderrea and called l.1 in I iP'le flinc me ' li 1 I h, ( iiriRtnii ' Is produced In T.on n rt,( ;,i ,, ntjri, ,lni,Khtor will hae ,-ar ",'. '. "I' ''llK h-rself Mlis Hall falne. ..J"..).' :i11 ' .ind Hul.eit Wnilnz. now aet- ' in 1 he hrntures of Lady I ruula." will J 1. t ' ,n'1 s' " " .. t?" eiidiiirdt announces lier production " llvi'.t us TlieTiaul'! lliston "t llnm 'J;,u ""una In llfteen kcenes liy Wllllni'- nike.V,re trans attd bv ru.-"n Moremel 'f Mercel s, im.ui Trio er-on takes no ' ''f'"s Hi 'InkHsne'ir.-. Sarah Ilornhardt 'Ms a u - of blacL silk n Ith a. cloak of c.-.ips u 'h tie ivvntsmy nnrivti. MKKTisa. fl" lln rtiiiiRfllsi re, a Tnnk Yt-ster-iln. Inn )'iir,.r. tin. Itlv.r-. rt iii n:,.,.t;nc was held lestordsy after- ims at the mission of the IIoupo of the Lord. ( 1 bye, ;er street. The announced object the re hii A (t restore Immersion to Its ,rI .i-c 1 , ti0 ChnMiin 'eaehlnc and tonf- "1 - ."Ii as iniiv dosiie baptism an oppor-;- t . 1 1 1 ,er!y immersed. Tho llev. 0. ' V'le.. th i,v hiiminK evanirellst. con- ''l(thc ineetitiL' He siild, for the Inatruc- i 1' al tli'.se picsent not liellevlnir In Im- "" " . tl. it they wero on a sure nnd rapid '1 ' ' .enu..tion. Several men ware put kJ 'i 1 ne the boy onni:clln'K discourse for rM,f'""t '"-''"ii'-t some of his most eiuphatlo i ihni ' " ' othi-rrtiso tlie meotlnu was ;,,':'' I-. in aicord with 'thn snonker. ,,' , "ie ucuments aiivanced for Imiuer f; " ff.is r mi,e 1 v Jlln Htunun. tho Id- ir,""'i'i' ,I,B'1"1. whosald that as proper ,y 1 1 1, .t .'. usmt in sprlnkllnc earth uimn 1 . " 1 (" lift mi did not consist in the 'ru .''-' "' '"' water irI., 1 e u'n-'',d,,i naked If there were any 1., , wh iieaired to lm lmmerod. Wil- 1,; M ' a'-MlerinakiTllwiiKiitliriOroiirth tin It .'i-'li'd his wIIIiiikiics l.irxn Wli 11 - ' '!-"f "1 f ""I ""i cleared nut '1 '' 'S tinned on. The ewitieellitt Kit. '"' "inl as it took threo hnuis to 1)11 m '"' t ,, i;,. ,e ,v,, todinoto that Inter- kt, s ' n iu nnd exhortation. When tho m.i " ,'. '.''' ci. inert and tlio uvunitellht -,' ' hln I a screen foon to loappear In m fti ' Kr,l,es 'i't.e entered the tank and lh 1 rr 'l'',',v Immersed ilU ' ;' "' itiveiiM said he had already pre IS '"fee other Immersions thla year and srriH .." !0"r', more, thoiich he much pro- "tailie ti,t orNorthlthortotanka. r I.t f 11 TOPICS ABOUT TVir.S'. . Free lanco photoerapliers who are worilni: Iho uptown aide streets on pleaa&nt days hve adopted a method which Is Hovel and In ecue eaees cloaoly nkln to a mild form of blackrtoll to sell their pictures. A woman who lives m West F.nd avenue received a visit from onef these fellows laat week. He sont In a plan lsltltie onrd and whon Jlrs. lllunk apponrd. lie ahoweJ her half a dozen different photo Kranhs of herself, which he offered to tell fo 40 cents apiece. They were snapshots with al, the horrors which that implies One repre sented her coming down the s'.eps of her house leaillni; her ft-yoar-old boy; another showed her wnlklnc on Illverslde Drive! a third couslit her as alio was lauirhlnif, and tho mostohjec tlonablo picture of nil represented her vrnll.lne up the slaps of hor house. These stops had jiut been washed nnd sho was holdlnif her sklitH up to protect them. When sho had re covered from her Indlcnutlon nt the fellow's Piesiimptlon she nsked him what he ineunt by Photoirrnphlnir her without permission. Us explained that times were dull in hie business nnu thai mnny iwoplo wer ery cud to buy these photographs. Whon he was unnble to sah them to the orlelnnls. he added, he some times sold them to 11 man who u-cd them In ndertslni schemes. There was n Rimees tlon In thhs which Mrs Illnnk didn't like and ehe purchased them all on tlio photographer's promise not to print nnv more. He said that he hnd noticed hercoinlnc from her homo and thlnklm: that she nilcht want such photo Krnphs he had taken them nnd than looked up lim- name In the directory. Mrs. lllunk dis covered later that ho had photographs of her iiciiualutnticos taken In the same way nnd that each nt them hnd bouiiht the Pictures rnther than lme them sold for advertising purposes J'liey did not stop to think that theso pictures would lie of no viiluo forndvertlslnir nnyihlnir. In 801111 of the crowded tenements on the east side these free lance photographers have de voted thenif-elvos to children on the chance that the child's parents mnv be wllllni: to buy such photograph. "Count" F.ucene Mitklowlez. who has been conspicuous In this city at Intervals elnee 1H0.'! and who dropped out of fltlit several years nco. was rccosntrcd by nn acquaintance In the crowd tit tho Brooklyn Handlonp last week Ho had parted with his flowing side thlskers. but In other respects ho seemed unchanged nnd he was probably wooing the goddess of ehnnco In his usual optimistic fashion. Mlt klowlcz's stock In trade for mora than thirty years has been hlssu.tvo manuor nnd his plausible address When ho was sent to the Tombs In lHtvt because n young woman's dia mond ring which passed through his hands was returned to her with n pasto substitute In Place of the diamond. It was supposed that his career had ended in this country. Since then ho has lived at times In tha greatest luxury. Ho neatly gained the cnnfldeuco of several shrewd nnd 0110 slmplo millionaire by his al luring Chinese concosalons. whloli were to bo onernted by a jr.(XHi.(K)0 company, nnd the Chinese I.egntlon nt Wnihlnuton admitted that ho had won the confidence of LI Hung Chang, then a doren years younger thnn he Is now. nnd tha most progressive man in his own country. Mltklewlcz's nsiociato In 0110 of his Chinese achemen was Hhoebox Miller, and nt nn usfortunato point In the negotiations some body ideutllled Miller as 11 man who hud served n term In prihon for robbery Tho "Count" was dlsconcrted nt learning Miller's record nnd turned his attention to other schomes Ho has lived In New Vork elnco then nt vari ous times and has made friends with the peo ple with whom he wna thrown in contact, whether his fortunes permitted hlni to live In .1 first-class rotel or In an obscure boarding house. Frank Vincent, who has just been Informed by tho French Ambajiador at Washington that the French Government has bestowed on him the diploma and decoration of Ofllccr of tho Academy ns a token of appreciation of his contributions to the literature of explora tion, Is'n vcy tall, slender man. nnd has spent a good deal more time In the tropics during the past twenty jears than In Now Vork. though lie looks upon this city ns his home. Ho came back fmm n trip of exploration In Africa sev oral yiurs ngo during u hot spell In August. Some of his eld friends hunted htm up nt his hotel, but he declinod to come downstairs to recolvo them. He sent down word that they would Ilnd him In his room If they would noma up. They found him stretched out on n couch with tery thin clothes on. fanning himself nnd longing for tho climate of that part of Africa which lies in the tropics, "it Is n more comfortable cllmato than this." ho said, "and It Is hard to como back to this heat." Mr. Vincent was slncetvi In this statement and lie shortly aftor left New York for another South ern trip. Ho has been n traveller In strange countries over slnoo ho left college, and tho Frencli Government's decoration is the latest of many tokens of ofllclal recoirnltlon.whlch ho has received. The latest rumor of lgnaco Faderewskl's marrlaco had as little foundation ns the vari ous reports of his engagement to American women ha met on his visit to this country three years ngo. His relntions with the Oor skl family have long been well known. His Invalid son lived with the Tollsh violinist nnd bin wife during tho jenrs that followed the death of his mother, and ha has been their intlinuto friend, nt times making his home with them when In France. When Mine, (lorski and her husband were divorced, thero was no chance in the famous pianist's rela tions with tho family, and his son has lived with Mine. Uorskl roceatly. nnd hi life has been in 11 largo measure devoted to the care of him. It Is not believed by any of the pianist's friends in Now York that he has been married secretly or In any other way to Mme, Uorskl. who Is somawhut older than he. Tha rumor of his engneomant to n New Yotk womnn was ro oerlstently reported three years ngo that her father had to make a formal denial of it. As a mattei of fact the acmialntanco between tho two was slight. The nlonlst has llttio more tasto for society than the average mini eian of his omlnencu. Ills onlv appearances in that wav during his recent visit to London wero In the drawing room of a man ot wealth when he received S.i.OlK) for his contribution to tho programme of a musicals and at the"farm of 11 titled ngrieultuilst. Ho tlslted this es tn, to Inspect the live stock nnd examine tho Improved methods of agriculture with a view to Introducing them on his own estate recent ly purchased in l'olnnd He Is mors Inter ested In agriculture thau in anything else save his pretension. One of tho mistaken reporte concerning his American tour Is tho state ment that helstorccelvo S'J.'O.UIKJ from a ram nger here for fotty concerts. F.ver since his llrst tourliiero the pianist has come on Ids own responsibility nnd will continue to doUo in tlio future. A suggestion ns to the bast means of stor ing a bicycle has reached New York at a time when ths thoughts of most riders nro dlrectd to the sport with a dllTeient end in view. Its value mnv be enough to keep the Idea alive Fawning n wheel fur the winter months has become In 1'nrls the no:eptod way of storing it. and so general has this praetleo become that a large block of buildings has boon put up devoted exclusively to this branch of the hiisinesH Its elaborate nrrnngement pro vides lor thn .nost careful storage of tho wheel', which are kept In racks of Uass and iiou nnd preserved with such attention tode tali that the amnllost llttlngs nro kept In good orJer. liven the largo scale pn which ar rangements were made to tecelve the blcy clos has proved Inadaiiuate and another wind ing is to be rendy for the supnlv in the nu tumn ()n device of the owners was prompt ly discouraged by tha authorities, v, cry smull siituh'.ot money were atked'tor bv the owners, who hoped In this way to Pay as little ns pos sible for tho winter's storage They nro com pelled, however, to take aomo reasonable pro portion of the value of the wheel that tho In rereft may compensate for the keeping. In New York the hypothecation of bicycles Is 11 tniDbnctlon'not favored by tho pawnbroker;. Fur overcoats furnish moro acceptable col lateral when tholr business reaches a point that puts them In rivalry with the storage warohouses. It rarely happens that the men or women of the fctage are eager to havo It known that they do not lossess private meant unless it be to take advantage of the convenient provisions of the liankruptcy law nnd declare that they own no moro than a scarfpin or a jewelled garter clasp Generally professionals are proud of thofuituues that may have come to thorn through tholr work or were theirs before they began 11 public career. Mls Susan Strong, formerly or llrooklyn. who made n auccessfu debut on the operatic stage in London Btyeral vears ngo and tifte-ward snug here, la of the opinion that It nilaht bo disadvantageous 10 hor nroieots W3to it known that shy Is not de 'eudout on her ptofee slouul labors for n llvell hood So n relative writes to correct the gen-i-ial Impression that she Indented acomfor u blu esiuts from her father. Sho suys that Miss Strong is ."dependent upon her career nnd wishes to be judged ns any other struggling artist would be. To judge from the accounts of bar recent appenrance In Iondnn, Miss Strong Is likely to meet tne oxpcctallona her ilrat oltorts nwukened. Hh was, highly praised otter her performance pf I wins n "TaiinliAUser." It was seen nfter her dCbut In her own country that the young singer had made her public nnpearances before her s.udy ond training had prepared her for the ordeal. Of her natural advantages there was nevsr nnv ouesilou. Sho has passed the two soasous of ler retirement in study and it l believed hat she may now be prepared for the success that certolaiy seemed to Ile within her grasp. Lon ion approval of ber this year seems almost un-(juallQed. WHEN THE PARIS STRUCK ir was the iroMv.y a no Ann wno iro.v ihe jixniwx h'tm skhte. l'lfly-seven Pninenseri Who Oot Here Yes terday Agree In Tlili-Two or Three Men Mode Hpectnclrs of Tliemaelvea In Their Miles' Clothra Crew's I'rrfrct Discipline Tho conlnoss of the women was tho fouturo of the stranding ot tho Amorlcan liner Faris on tho rocks oil Cornwall on May '21. So, with gallant unanimity, say alt the men among fifty-seven of her passengers who arrived yes terday from Southampton on tho steamship Kalsor Wllhetm dcr GroBSo. The men-thnt Is. few of them wero tlio only persons aboard ship to get "rattled." One. In his anxloty o got on dock In obedience to tho summons if a steward, appeared in the saloon wrapped k a mattress. After cruising around like a fat lirth lllver lighter without a rudder, he found tWt tho women in tho snloon wero vlowlng h,n with mingled scorn and amusement, nnd In steered n course for his stateroom, got thre, and camo out fully drossod. Another mm was uunwaro that ho was walking about In .Is wife's nightgown and n pair of kid illoxm which ho hnd put on under lho Impres elotithey wero life prosorvern. He also re turnd to his stateroom, when told of his con ditio!, and came out looking moro llko tho bend f a family. Ne.xtotho norveof tho Yankee women. the Farls'ipassengers admire tho splendid cool ness did discipline of tho ofllcors and crew .( the unlucky ship. Within a minute nfter the l'.irls struck, tho stew ards wt-o pounding on tlio doors of tho statorooiis. They wore not a bit excited, nnd with sto&ly voices asked all the passengers to "put on vnrra clothes nnd como on deck." Tho pnssengai unite In raying that thero was no fog. hut I was misty and somewhat murky. Not a pltve of bnggago was lost or mislaid. Ono wotuntwho had been taking somo things forliumediao use from her satchel recalled that f-ho had dro fried a lot of hairpins on the floor. When tho rnchel was returned to herthehslr Plus wero ir. it. Tho representatives of the lino boro all the expenses of tho passengers fiom tho timetbey left the ship until they got hero. Hors nro foiiii of the experiences ot passen gers: F. F.. W Wolfe ot Bristol. It. L. was awakened by tl noise ot tlio ship grating on the rocks. I'rtsently steward knocked nt his door, 'lo and his wlfo dressod and went on leck. vhero they found many other pnssujgcrs. Tho stewards were serving hot coffee, with a cnlmnrss that re assured tho timid and nude the strong non chalant. Mr. Do Wdfe askjd an ntllcer: "Why nro wo not lolng ahead V" The ofllcornnswend: " llecause wo are or. the Ixltom and can't " The bonis wero swung out a minute after Mr. Do Wolfe got on dpok ntii every snilor was nt his post. Tho dlelllno ws perfect. Miss Caroline Miller slstoi of F. M. linker. Itailroad Commissioner of Ibis State, had u room on the saloon deck. Shi was awakened by a rumbling, gratlnr srtmd Then the ship fetched up with a idt She heard the engines reversed and tlr-n the stewards calling All hands on deci." Vlie took time to dress herself. She found the sloon full ot pns sengors, some of whom we-o dfcsscd and somo only partly Ono man vnro principally his wifo's cloak. Morris Green of tho firm of rtian A Green of Nineteenth street nnd Sixth avenue was awake whon tho ship sinashid hto the rocks. He said: "I was trving to git to sleep by counting thn throbs of tin niglnes. They seemed to bo running a; their us mil rate. Thn ship suddenly appeared to bo llftod out of tho water. "Man she settled nnd tliete were grating sound psting Intor mlttently for several minutes. got up and went to Iho stntoroom ot my lend, Sam uel l'earsull. near mine, nnd awakenod him. I nsked the stownrd wlioivme around what had happened nnd he sab ho didn't know, but thnt I had better rot up on deck. Wo hadn't been on ho rocks tnoio than twenty minutes wben.'n answer to thu rockets sent up from the l'nrls, tho life saving men of n station nenhy fired a lino toward us. The first shot dianot pass over tlio ship. Tho second was t success, but wo didn't need tho lino. nltUugh we held on to It There wns no son on. and wehad notronblo landing In to boats. The women wero lowered In tho hots from tho shorn sldenf tho ship and the menrom tho other aide. There wns only one klokeiamong tho men. He Insisted 011 going with Is wlfo. Other passengers made a futile efTorito per suade him to obey orders. Finally e was uLlowed to go with his wife, thus nclevlng the distinction of being tho only inn pas senger in tho women's boats. Is folt .oru about It nftorward, Thero was tal; that thn ship's compass vvasdomagnetlwd.nrj that hr course was nffocted also by the pnullar currents In tho neighborhood of the Mannlcs." "The women were all cool." said Mr. 'ear sail. "Maybe, that Is because thoy at nil Americans. I tell you. wo are proud of em. As for tlio men well, only a few of thonlost their heads." liaron Eugono Opoenholm of Fans sa ho wan'ed to pay ntrlhuto totho American wo)en nnd to Cnpt. Watklns nnd tho officers ind crew of tho l'nrls. Ho never bad oon anything llko It It was superb. Home of ho men apparently didn't know what they wre doing. One man wore only his wife's shawl, ltd a stocking nround his neck nnd carried to life prnsorvers Ho ran nround several tlmw shouting. "Wn'ro sinking!" boforo ho becam aware of the figure ho was cutting. Then h went below and dressed himself. I. J. Hoe, a joweller. of Maiden Inno. lenrne that somo of the Inhabitants of tho const bo Hove that tlio Mannoloa havo magnotle prorep ties and that they may havo affected tho ship's compass, PEACE .VOIK J.V TESE7AJEI.A. ' President Andrnde Making Efforts to Hrtter the Nation's Credit. CARtrAfl, May 22. Congress ndjournod on May 'JO. aftor changing tho whole political map by re-establishing the twenty old States of the Union. Besides this, the financial condition ot tho country made necessary somo urgent legis lation for the creation of new sources of revenue to sustain tho nation's credit abroad nnd to balance thn deficit caused principally by the low prlco of coffee. Congress lias authorized rresldont Andrado to arrange with the nation's creditors for nn nc ceptnnceof anew Issuo of bonds, to be called the debt of 1890. nnd to bear H per cent yearly Interest nnd '1 percent, sinking fund. This ap pears to bo an equitable arrangement for all concerned, nnd will give Venezuela an oppoi tunlty to pay tho Interest on foreign nnd homo bonds. The Custom House duties havo been re'ormod and raised nn average of 2." percent on nil goods. Tho Increase is to tie devoted inclusively to paving tho Interest on foreign I'nnils , , ,. The prospects for ponce In veneruoln worn never better. Oon Josd Manuel lleriinnilCK. thn revolutionary Icndor of Iho spring and suminei'of imiN. has been freed by President Andrado, nfter nn Imprisonment of eleven months in tlio fortress of San Carlos, nt tho mouth of thn Lnkoof Mnracnlto. Hernandez revolted nt what ho said wns 11 dictatorship, (leu llerinudc7. has publicly stated that he will nut bo a party to any revolutionary move ments, but will dedlcnto his efforts townrd the good of thn country In hnimony with the Administration. , In reference to the frontier dlsputo between Venezuela and Colombia, which was arbitrated by Spain, nnd n fuvorubla decision given to Colombia in 181)1. the Government hnsueeepted the vetdlct without iiiiestlon nnd named sev eral commissions to mnko the necessary sur veys and cliangos ... Tho Government has granted special prlvl legss to Mr. George W Upton, nn American citizen, who represents a group of Iloston and other capitalists, for the formation of an Amer ican PotiK, to ho called thollollvarllank, fnrthe trnnsnc'lon of regular hanking business ns well ns loans on real estate The capital Is to ! fl.tHKl.tKii) Thn new bank proposes to re. ducetlie ruto of Interest Tho prei-ent rate Is nnvvvhoro from 'i per cent to "J4 percent nnd has no legal icHtrlctions, but thn hank agrees not tocliatgooverli percent, and not less thnn 11 per cent. , miEES's 'itrEsnrEXT." Intriiitrd S10D.OO to nn Agent "f the Amer ican Inveitois' Company. Mrs Louisa Green of 201 Iiowers street, Jer sey City Heights, Is one ot tho victims of thu American Investors' Company, which Is also known ns the Financial AgencyCompnny. Ac cording to her statement sho was an easy vic tim. She told Chief Murnhy yostcrday that a man called on her last November and Intro duced himself as an agent of the American In vestment Com pnnv He made suoh plausible representations thnt sho paid him $1M 110 as the llrst Instnllmont on n 7Hi lot In Clifford street Tho company ngreed to build a house for her In a few weeks tho agent returned und got $.") moie Mrs Green rend about the nrrest of rnerabors of the company in llnboken last week, nnd found on Investigation thnt she hnd been swindled. Sh ninic a complaint, and a war rant has been filed with the authorities In'thla city, bo that II they escape conviction here they will be taken to Jorsey City for trial .TACRIES AT AX ISAVOVttATlOX. finmpion nnd Ills Men Honor Gov. Uyrr'a Second Induction Into Other. Newport. R. I . May HO. Thoro was really n double celebration here to-day, consisting nf the Inauguration of Gov. F.llsna Dyer for his socond form and n royal welcome to the officers and men ot Sampson's squadron. H wns a beautiful day, nnd nil roads led to Newport. Thero ncvorwns such a crowd In tho city, which was In holiday attire, tho business street bolng literally a sea of bunting. Tho corcmonlcs began nt II '.'10. when tho Newport Artillery Company escorted Gov. Dyer and members of tho Gen eral Assembly to tho Rtnto House, whorencom mlttce wns appointed to count the votos east nt the general election. Tho only other ovent of tho morning was n twelve-oar cutter rnco between tho crows ot tho torpodo station nnd the Old Colony Works. It was over a two-and-one-hnlf-mllo course for n stand of colors offered by tho Misses Hunter. It wns won by tho Old Colony crew by 1 inln tito nnd 7 seconds, the elapsed time being 17 minutes 22 soconds During nil the morn ing thousands of people wero tnken about tho ships, but no visitors wero allowed on board Thn morning on shipboard was passed In pre paring for tho parade and In slgnnl practice with steam whistles. Tho landing ot the jnckles began nt 1 I' M tho men coming nshoro in light mulching order. At 'J:30 1. M. a salitto of twenty-one guns wns fired by the Newport Artillery, and It wan announced fiom the balcony of tho State House thnt tuo Governor had been declared elected. Tho big parade was then formed nnd marched over the prlnelpnl streets undor tri umphal arches. On nil sides cheers went up as the sailors from the ships went by. Tim lino was made up ng follows: Col. Herbert Illlss. Newport Artillery, commanding: tlngshlp Now York band: Cnpt Slgshee. commanding marines nnd bluejackets: battalion of ma rines from squadron : training station band: battalions of bluejackets from flagship New York, battleships Massachusetts. Indiana and Te.xus: Seventh United States Artillery band: CoinmnnderW C MoCarty Little. Ithode Island naval battalion : Newport brass blind : Lieut -Col. J. D. ltlehardson, commanding Newport nttlllery company: carriage containing Gov. Dyer: carrlngo containing Admiral Samp son. Cnpt. I'. K Chndwicfc. Capt. N. Ludlow BiidCapt. John McGownn : carriages contain ing members ot thn General Assembly and naval guests. On Itroadwnv the lino wns revlowed bv the Governor and Admiral. This evening n reception nnd banquet was held at tho Nowport Casino In honor of the Admiral and his oflleers. tho us of tho club rooms being tendered to the city. The recep tion wns in the main room of thoelub. Admiral Sampson nnd Gov. Dyer reeolvlng. Tho grounds were Illuminated brilliantly. The Admiral shook hands during the evening with penny n thousand guests Tho banquet was served In a tent-like arrangoment, 72 feet ncross. in tlio open space Inclosing the horse shoe plnyrn. made of colored lanterns, stream ers nnd palms. Among tho well known Now Yorkers who served 011 tho commltteo which arranged for the affair were W. K Vnnderbllt, Jr.. F. l Oarrottson. Daniel li. Fearing. John I'luard and Congressman Dull. rtrisECTiox, pkice, rmsoxs. Topics of the Friends Venrly Meeting Un clean I'nllre Stations. At yesterday's session of tho Now York yearly meeting of Friends In their church in Ituther furd plnco William Hutchinson. Chairman of tho General Commlttoo. recommended that tho following reply bo sent to tho Friends' Antl Vivlsectlon Association of London: "Wo feol that whllo vivisection may be justi fiable ns a means ot gaining knowledgo for nllovlatlonof disease, wo bollevo the practice for the purpose of testing or illustrating what is alieady known to sclenco should be discour aged nnd restricted." Tho report was approved, ns was tho report of tho Commltteo on Temperance, which wrote to I'resldont McKlnley on April 20. asking hlin to enforco tho now Armv law so as to effect tho entire suppression of the snlo of intoxicating liquors in thenrmy. Tho Committee on I'eaco nnd Arbitration loportcd having written to tho American dele gates to tho Internatlonnl Conference at The Hngue on April 20. saying that tho Society of Friends hailed with much satisfaction the con ference to promote disarmament nnd establish an International Permanent Tribunal ot Arbi tration. Tho committee wns olt-oghid to have It to say that the State Legislature passed no Jaw this year to promote mllitnry training In the schools Mariana W. Chapman, for tho Committee on Prison Heform. reported thnt on Inspection last fall tho station houses ot thu borough ot Manhattan woro found to be unclean nnd un sanitary. Tlio station houses In llrooklyn, she snld, were much better She wrote to President Y'ork ot tho Pollco Hoard, but got no reply. The following resolution was adopted; " We desire to renfllrm our testimony thnt prison dlsoipllno should look toward reforma tion, and that all use of prlsonors for protir of contractors without regard to their physical and moral wolfnro.whereverltoeeurs, deserves our earnest condemnation, and that wo know of nothing moio deplorable and cruel In the treatment of convicts than Is practiced In some of the chain gnngsof the Southern States." In tho evening a memorial meeting for the late Aaron M. Powell, who recently died at Philadelphia nt tho age of 70 years, wns hold. ir. II. HEXltEltSOS At. I. RiaUT. Una Been In St. Vincent's Hospital a Week with a Lame Knee. Wllllom Hamilton Henderson, manufacturer and Importer of porfumes at 744 Broadway, whoso disappearance wns reported on Sunday, was found ut St. Vincent's Hospital yosterday morning by n Sun reportor. "Thero ls nbsolutely no mystery about my Mleged disappearance," snld Mr. Henderson. 'Tho 11th of last April I twisted my linen Sdly In getting off a cable car in front of my Ice and I was in the Post Graduato Hospital sveral days. For t-oma time alter thnt my leg semed all right, but of luto it had pained ir. Last WednoMlny night I hnd nn engage mntto meet some friends at tlio Albemnrlo Htel. I left my apnrtments, 7 West Twenty eiiith street, nnd went over thorn about rt o'uiek. My klieo became so painful that I eoi'd not sit still. Thinking a walk might bet tort. I went as far us tho Fifth Avenue Ho tel. TlK-n I decided to go to n hospital for tcntmenr. At tho Fifth Avenue Hotel I wn n note to my partners, saying that I wns Kolnt to St Vincent's This 1 gave ton boy whnwuH In the corridor, with some chnngii . nnd Lstructlons to deliver the note nt 74 Uro.iVoy tho first thing In the morning. Kvphuly ho fnlled to do so. "I Hard nothing of my nlloged disappear nnce iitl vestciilny morning. J did havn con siderate monnv with 1110 paid In bv our ngents, but I l-ivo It yet, nnd li'ivo not been t.and Imggedbr kidnapped." lTIIEIt M.OCU.V o.v cur. I. Sny It Timid Ito the Greatest Crime nt the "(iiry tu GUn l'p the Island. Gi!Ei:.sntH,Conn..May:iO -Tho Itev rather Slocum. vistor of St Ignatiue's Catholic Church ofWaterbury. who bus just returned from n toui In Cuba, was tho Decoration Day orator It Greenwich to-day, Tathor Hlocura made tin 4slt to Cuba to study the condition of the blaid and Its poople. Among tho mnny tllnss bo snid about Cuba was thnt If the United States hauled down tho flaa thre it would bo tho greatest crime ii tho nineteenth century. Thn men win composed thn Cuban Array wero degradetland without American control in thu Island tin scones thorn would bo woiso thnn those in tie streets of Paris in 1S71 "In thu elvl war iy." said Father Slocum. "It made no dliTerciert what a mnn's politics wero, but If he was no) for tho Union he was a traitor, and any man itw who will not uphold tho Govern ment Is a tailor When the Government has establish!1! peaco and order In our Inland pos session tint wo may express the dlllerenco of opinion reardlng the mode of government " lho addtss vvus greeted with tremendous applause Three o ilic Muliin'a Iend Honored, New BnuswitK. N. J.. May 30.-A monu ment, erocttl to tho memory of throe resi dents of NoifllruiiBttlck who lost their lives In the blowing-up of tho Mnlue, wns unveiled hereto-day. The memorial stands directly In I front of the llddlcsnx County Court House, faolng on Bajtrd street, and hoars n roliof llg- ' ureof the Mnaonn the side facing the Court House On tb Bayard street side is tho In scription: " Freeled bjthe people of Now Brunswick to the memory olher sons who wore killed in tho exnloslnn of tb battleship Maine, nt Havana, (nba. Fal. U 1HOR Frederick Lawrenca Jeriiee, Nilllan Henry Itoblnson. John 11, legler," Itenl KstntiFnr Sale City or Country Advertised In T Sen implies the fhortf at route to a avtlsfartory dhsosal ef It, No better Indorwment of THr. Srs as 1 real estate medium need be. re quired than the feat Estate Board of Ilrnkert. who makeuaeof ttat, 0ws aa well aa auadtcrtUlng Diedlum, lis. .vjirr st. nxcEXT's hospital. The Spnrlnua Annex Illeaeed by the Arch bishop nnd Opened. The new Free Hospital forthe Destitute Sick, which has been built as an addition to St. Vin cent's Hospital at Seventh avenue and FJoventh Hreot. was formally opened yesterday after noon and was blessed bv Archbishop Corrlgan. At tho exorcises, which wero hold In ono of the wards, the Archbishop presided and Charities Commissioner John W. Koller. Dr. C. J. Mo Gulro and John D. Crlmmlns spoke. Boforo tho exercises tho Archbishop blessod tho building, sprinkling holy water In all of the Important rooms. Thou ho camo to the ward In which tho exorcises wore hold. Mr. Crlmmlns made an address In which ho dcscrlbod thn work done by tho hos pital and thenppolntmcnts ot thenew building, which, with tho other wards now In use. will nccoinmodato more than 1,100 patients nt onco. Mr. Crlmmlns introduced the Arch bishop, who in turn introduced Dr. MeGuiro. Tho doctor told tho history of the hospital and of tho work tho Sisters of Charity hove done In aiding the sick nnd Injured poor. He paid a tributo to the lato Mrs. Eugono Kelly, who was ono of the foromost benefactors of tho Institu tion. Commissioner Keller said that no hospl tnlon Manhattan Island surpasses St. Vincent's ns It Is nt present. A reception wns given by tho Bisters of Charity, the Ladles' Auxiliary and the Medical nnd Advisory Board, and tho rooms of tho now building wero thrown open to Inspection. The new structure is seven stories high, nnd has n frontage on Eleventh streetof 14o feet. It Is fireproof throughout, nnd in so nrragned ns to afford the very cssuntinl elements of light nnd pure air for tho patients. The building will be entirely devoted to fieo patients. A novel feature Is nstiaclous root garden, and plenty ot tilr Is Insured by tho nrrnngement of an Interior eourtyurd, which Is mnde attractive by n lawn, a large fountain and n number of trees. Tho medical ward was furnished throughout by Dr F. B. Dennis, one of tho visiting sur geons of the hoeinital. and his wife. Dr. Dennis also furnished the gynnvologlcal department. The X-ray apparatus for the surgical room was given by John D. Crlmmlns. Several of the wards were furnished throughout as follows: Ht. Teresa's, containing slxteon bods, by Miss Teresa C. O'Donohue, in memory of her fnthor. Joseph ,1 O'Donohue ; St. Aloyslus's. by Miss Kfeanor Iselln: St. An thony's, by Miss Teresa O'Donohue: St. Helena's, by Miss Lleanor Iselln. In memory of her mother. Mrs. Adrian Iselln: St. ItofO's, by Mrs. A. L. Ashman: St. Margaret's, bv the late Mrs. Eugone KoIIy: St. Andrew's, by Mrs DeLancey Kane: St. Ambrose's, by Mrs. Jeremiah Campion. In memory of her son. J. J. Campion. Jr. St. Matthew's Hall, which will be used by the sisters for living apartments, wns furnished by Matthew llowun, and a stntuo of St. Joseph was given by Miss Teresa O'Donohuo. COMPT.I.VKXTS l'OR KUDLICII. Essex Market Court I.nvtyera Unite In Re gretting tho Magistrate's Iletlrement. Just bofore the closo of tho session yesterday In tho Essox Markot Pollco Court Magistrate Kudllch. who retires from tho bench on July 1 nnd will sit to-day for tho last time In tho Essex Markot Court, was treated to a surprise. A. largo basket of flowers was placed on tho desk In front of him, and Nathan 8. Lovy. who ap peared ns spokesman for the lawyors prac ticing In tho court, made a spooch expressing therogrotot tho members of the bar that tho Magistrate was about to retire. Lawyer Levy declared that tho Magistrate's uniform kind ness, courtesy, nblllty nnd fenrlesspess nB a Magistrate had endeared him to the hearts of members of thn bar throughout tho city and the publlont largo. Ex-Assistant District Attorney Hosnlsky and Henry J. Goldsmith tuado speechesof a similar tenor. In response Magistrate Kudllch snld- " I thank you for this manifestation, atid am filad to know that niv efforts while in oflleo lave been appreciated. At tlio outset of my career as 11 Magistrate I.was hampered bv tho statement spread broadcast that I came from Hoboken. I mnnng-d to live it down, how ever, nnd havo tried to do my duty In a innnner that would meet with the approbation of tho public. I nlvvays tiled to remember the advlco given mo by Supreme Court Justleo Barrett, when he said that nn appointment to the Magistrate's bench wns not nn Injunction against a man's remaining a gentlemnn " The speeches) wero punctuated by unre stricted npplauso In tho courtroom. Gets n Medal for Saving n I.lfe, Hugh F. Doherty of 152 "Douglass street. Brooklyn, has received Irom the New Y'ork Stntn Volunteer I.lfo Saving Corps n silver mednl for saving Thomas Wren, 14 years old, of Fort Hamilton uvenue from drowning in Gravesend Buy on Aug. 22 Inst. MA 111 Si: IXTELLIQEXCB. MIVUTTIIIC ALMANAC Till" niT. Sunrises.... 4 2 I Snnsats.. 7 2.1 Moon rlvasmorn Il!(ill WATXl THIS HAT. Bandy Hoot. 12 OS Ouv.IslM.12 401 Hell date. 2.1.1 Arrived Tuesdat. Majr 30. P Spasmdam, Stenser, Itntterdam and Boulogne Jtav 1H se hulPtr Wllhelm der Ornsse, Engelbart, Bremen Ma- 3.1 and Houthamptcn 24th. mi Menominee Hnbinson, London, s- Nomadic, Thnmaa, I.lverpml. Hs ltiblc brand, Thompson, St. Lucia. t-s Caracas, Woodrlcb, La Ouajrriv. Sa MlegUany. Low, Kiiifrton. Ha Kvarvin, Ksntu, Trlnldal. e llelvernon, liathen, Port Antonio, Ha .laaon, Frafr. Kinirst in t-6 Tallahassee, Aakles, Havannab. Ps Oneida, Htaplen, Wilmington. hs Alamn, , (tAlvcstiin, FeOuj-andotte, Hillock, Norfolk. He Herman VVintrr. Nlckcrson, Boston. Jlark Maria del Hoccorso, bubrano, Alexandretta. Hark Cloch, Mowatt, Dunkirk. Hark Alice Rccd. Turd, ilninsarlck. ling enturer, route. San Andreas. .for later arrivals aea I'int Paie. armvkd our. Ha Statendam, from Now York, at Rotterdam, Ha Island, from Now York, at Chrfstianaand, b Miale, trum .Ne Uirk, at Gibraltar. rmsm. R Patrla, from New Vork for Hamburg, passed Scilljr. , SAirxn from rosciav PORTS. Hs Palatla. from Boulogne for New York, he Hecnranca, from Havana for New York. He Santiago, from Haatlago for New York. Hs Arkadla, from Han Juan for No York, sAtirn FROM 1IOUET1C PilRTt. Ss Leona, from Galveston for New York, tdOOIXI STKAMinlH. i:atlo-rnv. itailiCint'. T-ntlSailr. I.a Brrtagne, Havre ., 7 on M 1000 A M Majtatlc, Liverpool . 11 00 M 120OM Hiw York. Hi'Uthamptnn 7 ihi A i 1000 .vt Kensington, Antwerp. .10 no AM r.'OOM orfaha, IUvani . I no p XI 1 no p M I.sit,. Pioreso . . 1 00 p vt nnnPM Iroquois, Uiarlcato'i . . anoPM fail Ti-)lorrow. ruprtlliennr'l..HnTil'e. 7 nn A M 10 00 M Itliaka, Sjntlng.i. . I 00 P M noo p M c'vprian I'niiii.. I-i Plato. J 00 P M a no p M New Urltans, Now orlema a 00 1 M Jilif i day, Jutt . New York, St. nominee. . 1 00 P M .1 00 P M Cidnradn, Brunswick Hon p M Algonquin, t'liailmtnii and Pit rcosus sTRvvtsntra. file To-Pav. Ht F.norta Antwerp Mar 11 tllnrlurn Olbraltar ... . May 14 fit.Outhbert Antwerp May 17 Noordlaud. Antwerp May 20 Iaatiellc. .... ItJrUiacx . .. May 22 K nicker nocker New Orleans r. .. May 24 El Dorado ew Orleans, . . May ?r. HAnt'sifo ile Cuba Clenfuegros . .. May .11 Kaiser Wllhelm II... (Ilbrnltar MavzD Bremen Bremen May 20 Auranla Liverpool . , .. May 21 Blela It. Lucia May 24 Bellucla St Lucia . . Msy 24 Alps .Hints Martha May 24 Advance Colon . . .. Maj 24 Algonquin Jackaonvllle, May 2H ritrnf Macon . , Savannah Ma- 2H Trnja Hsvani . .. May 2 Hardanger Olbraltar Mai in Due Thuitdttv. June I. Pennsylvania Hamburg May2t lia . . Hamburg.. . . MaylH Heinnnca . Havana May 2H Santiago Santiago May 37 l)ut Friday, Junt f. Ht.Panl Hoiitliamutou May 27 Brltannlo Liverpool ... May 24 V'tve ('hrietlanuand MaylH Eiretslnr New Orleans May 27 Hue intturdnv, Jhm 8. Klrurla Liverpool May 27 Martelln .Hull . . . May 22 Vut &undau, Junt U. Rotterdam Rotterdam May 2.". LaChampagne Havre May 27 Ht Andrew .Antwerp May 17 LlanilaSClty Hwausea. May 20 Peninsular .Lisbon Mai 2n Ivydene Ht. Lucia ... May 27 Vut Monday, Junt . Klhlopia OIrsimw Mty .', Anglo Australian HUtelda Msy 20 Lnwenbiirg Bninen May 20 Arkadla ... Han Juan .. . May 110 .tames Brand .Slml.U May 22 Tresco Para May 24 Leona Ushiston May 211 ,tu: I'liblirntioriiJ. ofy'--Burke's "Hneeehas." Croker's "Irih Bnnga." OKI Honk Lawla a " Xalts." riiATT, 131 clh ai. 2Ww gublicnttonu. J 3Ua gulHtatlonji. THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW EDITED BY GEOR June, 189?, j Condition and Prospects of tho Israel Among tho Nations, Jeffersonian Principles, The Imbroglio in Samoa, 1 Commercial Education, The Et. j Tlio Industrial Commission, Tho Reverses of Britomart, . . Taxation of Public Franchises, . 1 The Outlook for Carlism, . j The War with Spain II., Present Aspects of the Dreyfus The Peace Conference: Its Possible A DI Single Xnuitier, soo. Pnbllalird ! FOR SALE ON AL j So. 11 Warren S Published T?lrUarA CxrvcA cloth extra this day. IMCliaXtl V-iriX VCl Cr. 8uo, $1.50 By WINSTON CHURCHILL, Author of The Celebrity. " One of the novels that are not made for a day." ' ; -THK TRlBUNn. CniCAOO. appearance has been postponed till now because the first edition pre- i pared was exhausted by the advance orders received a ' week before the date set for publication. "Render in general, and Mnrylandera In "The portraits of I'oi und hli boon eotnpan- I particular, have abundant reason, tliorefore. Inns nro cleverly drawn, nnd the dissipated ; to be grateful to Mr. Winston Churchill for world in which they live is sketched with deft- giving tho rending world, in ' Itlohard Carvel,' ness. ... Its plot is so IntermtliiK, It.s tifroihatid In tho main roniarknltlypleunlnic 'local color' Is so nbly lintidled. . . . Itlsa ' ploture of Maryland'B anto-llovolutlonnry life remarkably workmanlike production." and society." -THE BOOKMAN. -NUW VOUK T1UBUNE. ' RICHARD CARVEL, by WINSTON CHURCHILL. j From Ihe perusal nf advance sheets THE TIlIHUXEcan speak in enthusiastic praise of it. "It sn hlatorlenl romnnco of Hevohitlonnry the leading chnractors. General Washington ! days, with tho scenes laid portly in SInrylanrt walks Into the scone fcevernl time. On tho nnd partly In the London of Oeorgo III In othersidoof the ocean. 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Ilornlli) the action, tho reality of the characters, nnf Manners, the famous Annnpolis benuty of tho manly spirit of the story mark It as one c Washington's day.and Ulclinnl Cnrvrl.n gal- the novels thnt nri- not made for n rtny." lnnt Lieutenant under John l'nul Jones, are From an Advance lloviovv. Chicago Trlbuna. THE MACMILLAN COMPANY, PUBLISHERS, NEW YORK. -forrifin "flotfb'. j eforcifln jf.0icl,s. Overlooking the nior and Embankment Oar dens; commands nn incomparable view. By ' THP QAVOV HOTFI n,Bht " ,nlry ''CM", A ren'lozvous for I ULi tJfttUI UU1LL) American society and European nobility. """", """""""" The entire house, nearly .1(Hi rooms and 100 V fjj bathrooms, is sumptuously furnlRhed, ln- I rftk fl"TI "1 rf""4 tfl eluding the latest Improvement. It Is nb LJ i. 11w Jl la solulcly fireproof, ilbnn to the roll cretc floors. I'uio water from an Artesian we)i Mil. IlENIU Mi:: 1Y, Crn. Manager. TL- C...r Dsr4-nn n4- ol Bostronomlo fame, is under direction of luG OHVOy KcSlaUiani, the lneomparnhlo Maltro d'Hotel a a i "Joseph," 60 well known throughout ' America. Meals are served on the romantic balconies overlooking tlio Hardens and River, with bt Paul's and Wojtmlnster In sight. A speci.il orchestra plays during dinner nnd surper. f 4 rin"C UflTn Omsvennr Sriuare. in thn heart of fashionable LLAK.-L'Ufc nil 1 LL, London; the nbodn of royalty and nrlstoc- a nicy: Is "the la-.t word" of modern hotel luxury. Tho best and costliest that Europe enu pioduco hai been emplood in the fur- ' nishing. Complote suites. Including private voMlbulos, insures nbsoluto privacy If desired. , A Hoyal fiulto (Trlnco of Wales's; with separate entranen from the street Over.'lOO rooms nnd 100 bathrooms. The whole house ls nlxolutel) fireproof, mid four lirond rlreproof staircases Insure nbsoliite nnfrt'. The eulsltm nnd restnurnnt is "n feature" of tho West End. Mil. III'.MII MI:m;aV, MnnnKcr. ' 1 ...r- ,.n. a t x ,Ininni Is universally recognbed as the most beautiful THF fiRANIl nlllrl n,ld eomfoitablo hotel In Italy. It Is tho 1 UL, UIVAHU IH1L.L,, chief rendezvous of Amorlcan and EnglUH nAlwn society. The lobbies and restaurant at r KOIYlb, night renoinhle a verltabln "midsummer ( """ night's dream " Mil. A. Pl'VI'I'llll, Mnnnger. The Restaurant JVlarivaux, "Z':Z o;r; ; ' DAnic'"""' """ n" '",,',,,","ll I'uislno of aa. HAlxl knowledged reputation. Tin: itEt: mh. nirrxxe iiunr. Thrown ftnni n Uteyrle While He Wns Counting in Hiiiiimlt. Ki'MMlT. N J.. Jlay 110 The Itov Walker Ownne. tho rector of Calvary Church, was coa'tlng down u hill Inst night when his blode struck a stone nnd ho was thrown to thngiuttnd He lay unconscious for an hour boforo liuine found Ills head struck a rock and it deep cut wns Inflicted. He was cnrrled into ii n adjoining house, w here ha was obliged to remain until this evening, when ho was taken homo in a oai riugc. X3X3DX3. IIOt'fJIITON. -Oa My 2fl. Wllllitn De Lncy Boueliton Fnnsral frvlcf will bo licl 1 311 Weit 2Sd t. at H o'clock tblt sv rnlnz. CI'IITIS, At h.r rlilnce. .13 Knit .IPth it . Now York city, Lucy W , widow of JerpmUh Curtlf, In her until Kr. liincnlervicca at her lato reilfncf en Thcr- day, Juno 1. I&le, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. I'lTNLV. At Miifrl.toarn. X J., on Suinlsy. Mar 2S, Sarah Louis t Haleteil, wife of Henry C. I'll- ncy, aite.I "i ytara. Funeral Mriloea at her lata re aijence on WeJnm- day, Miy ill , at lialt ptit 2 o'clock. ri.ATT.-Sudnenly, on tho 2th Inn.. Kalherln Meeker, wlfo ef Clarence N. Piatt, M. I)., in tier ncth year. Funeral eervleea at her late resilience, 1.'.2 Trank- lln at , Aitorli, L I,, on Thursday, June 1. Fu neral private. BiMneport iConn.' paperi plraia inpy. ritATT.-Ou Tueailay, My 30, 181)0, Thcmaa Jeremiah, Indole. 1 son ut William AMen and Emily II. Pratt, ajtit 2H jears. luneral private. rvriiKss hills ckjiktkhv. Offlre 1 Jlsillaoli nv., corner 'AM at,, N, T. pial Jtotirfis. NKOLKt'T rourhalr and you loae It. PAltKF.B'B IlAIlt BAIAAM renews the Krowlh and color. HINDEltl'OBNS. tha beat cur for cure. JSjti. PILES.-DR. CUAPMAN. lo"f Eaat aii"," NocnP Uog; no lcit time. Book fret. Pay wtus cured. GE B. M. HARVEY. Now Ready. Treasury, LYMAN J. GAGE, Herniary of the I'niled States Treasury MAXNORDAU ! . WILLIAM J. BRYAN HENRY C. IDE, ; l'armerlu Chief Justice of Samoa Hon. JAMES BRYCE, M. P. . . S. N. D. NORTH, A Meinliiroflhe Commission) ' . EDMUND GOSSE . State Senator JOHN FORD, Author of Ihe Franchise-Tax Hill ' The Hon. JAMES ROCHE, M. P. Major-Gen. NELSON A. MILES, Gimmnnilinfl the I'niteil Slates Armu Case, . JOSEPH REINACH j Practical Results, ! PLOMATIST AT THE HAGUE j Monttil). Per Annum, 83. L NEWSSTANDS, trcet, Xow York. The finest Hotel I in Europe solicits (American patronage HOTEL Cl9,L LONDON, Eng. A Ftshioruble AnQlo-Amtrican Resort AVCTIOSEKII'S AI.I.EOElt PltOPA.S ITT. j Police Srrgrnnt Swenri It Linptied n Street Car Prisoner Snys It'a a Lie, 1 John llachninn, an auctioneer, of .112 West I 1'Jlst street, was arrnlgnod In the YorkvWei ' l'ulico Court jestnrday on the charge of using foul Inngungn In a Lexington nvenuo cable car on Monday night Sergt MoN'nlly of the bicy cle snuad was a passenger on the ear. II n i retted Ilachman nt Fifty-ninth street, he told Mngistrato Meade, because the women I ins-engers woio obliged to leave tho car on account of tho man's profanity. "Why, I never used Indecent langunco la my life," exclaimed thn prisoner "Ilo you menu to say, then, that the Sergeant ' hns committed perjuri ' ' nsked Magistrate Meade The prisoner replied thnt he did not moan to say so. The hnrgcant said ho could produce I witnesses to support hi statement, so tlci Magistrate adjourned the case until to-day, holding Ilachman In f.'idO bail ' "If the evidence eiearlv proves the. cafe against you. I will make an example of rpu." remarked tbe Magistrate, i '