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HHH t Ml "'LWSRBPU j9r JH-Jl La Rain (o-day ; fair to-morrow. -" I J VOL LXVI.-NO. 302. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1899.-COPYRIGHT, 1899, BY THE SUN PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION. PRICE TWO CENTS. I J COLUMBIA LEADS AGAIN. 11 I XEtTXACnT EASILY HEAT3 DEFESDER II ix a race to xbw i.oxnox. iV Gnlna nn Advnntnice of About Eight Mln- J. utea in the Ihlrty-llve-Mllo Teat from (l h Newport Until Make Splendid Wentrier If The New Jlnnt C'nrrlea Her 6nll 'Well. Wgf New London. Juno 28. In a beat to wind- S xvard of nearly thlrty-llvo mllea from Uron- H ton's Itect Lightship to ltnce Hock Unlit, soma Hf flvo miles nway from this port. Columbia to- H day bent Dotondorn eond eight minuted, nnd illil It fairly, stilcndlilly and to tho satisfaction M of every ono aboard of hor. to say nothing of m nini) of hor admirers vv ho wore lucky enough f to be able to follow her. lh wind was blowing from the southwest sometimes fully twonty-fivo miles an hour, and there wns a sen on which tnndo tho boats bow to It In srlto of themselves, and sent tho spray flying hitch o or thorn. Thoy wero under lower ealls only, a comfortable sailing rig. and made (.pleudld weather of It. Defondor has nlwoys been noticeably good in this sort of w ?i k. and to-day she kept hor record, but Columbia wont her just a little, bit bettor. It was tho name story as In their other meetings, enough W of an ndantaco on Columbia's part to show that sho can beat Dofender In all sorts of chances and on about all points ot sallluc. espceinlly to windward. iesterday tho prediction was made by Tiir I Si's correspondent tint Columbia would cutry her sail j ust as woll as Defender when It breezed II up To-dny it "hieem! up ' in good stylo and m Columbia not only justified tho expectations W about hor, but did it so handsomely as to mnko V It certain that Sh.iinrock must also bo a I J wonder to beat her Tho trial to-day was tho mn best that the yachts have had, and to-night (( i Columbln could carry tho money of any bet- . i tine man who know a yaclit from n coasting y schooner. She Is a coin, nnd no mistake The race was on soon after 12 o'clock. De fender had cot under way a couplo of hours bo- y fore nnd had loafed leisurely out to tho llght- 11 ship under jib and mainsail Columbia had j porno alone later In tow of her tender. St. l Michaels, and cast off her tow when fnlrlv In lull the open sea Sho was under threo lowersnlls. WI Then Defender set her staysail and was ready hAl for trouble. Ilotli boats looktd excellently lit. Wa I Columbia's mainsail has been veiy close to n Uf I perfect fit. to becln with. To-day It did not I P have a flaw anywhere to which tho most erltl J'' cal oyo could object. Her head sails wore also II In good shape, and she was tho racer In every M bit of her canvas as well as In her spars, hull V and rigging. Sho fo-imed a iiieturo to delight tho eyo ns she bowed gracefully to tho tfl swell coming in from tho southwest, vj throvvlns the spray In fountains from either f side ot her cleanly cut bow. and yet never I stopplne w ben tho seas hit her. Defender was I doing much tho same thing, nnd if Columbia's , extra foot of Learn was ever to count against her In a seaway now was tho chance, tor tho trouble to show Itself. Hut no trou ble came, sho was fully ns easy In taking tho f-en ns Defender, and thero was nothing to chooso between thorn in this respoet. Every body on the boats was in oilskins as a protcc tlon from the occasional drlrle of rain and tho , flying spray. F.ven Mrs. Iselln. as t-hn sat In A Columbia's companlonway. was protected In '. I this fashion, Sho had fully recovered from tho xj, cold which threatened Monday to bo serious. 5 and to all appearances was enjoying tho trip as much as her sailor husband. As for tho weather It was no day for tho j. yachtsman who prefers smooth water nnd a " sunnysky. Heavy clouds burnt low all around the horizon and wero but little lighter ovnr- head. They gave forth occasional splashes of rain and allowed not oven tho slightest chanco for n lock at the sun. From tho southwest ward, whero the lighthouse on l'olnt Judith showed dimly In the ho7o on the horizon, came a long nnd rolling swell that was 1 magnificent In its strtngth. while topping it were vvhlto-cnppod and choppy waves th.it danced anil tumbled ns if in glen over tho chancu to throw thelrsprayagulnst tho beautl- "' ' Jul hulls of tho racers It was a scene to mako flail t lie heart of a sailor Landsmen would not mvo enjoyed the life and motion of It for a little bit Just to the southwnid of tho light ship Defender brokti out lior staysail nnd bore down on Columbia to cuiuu to close quarters for a fair trial She w.v swung upto hercourso when n couplo of hundred jardson Columbia' weutlier Heain, nnd so. close hauled on the stnr- bo.ird tack nini with everything tlntlened ' j (low n for keeps. th boat" started on their lung thrnsli to w'lidnnnl The aihantageid poiltlou I win wltn Defender If loliimbln h id beHiicom- I in-led to tack and round a buoy In Defender's po-itli-in. it would hnvo kept stop watches busy marking close to two minutes Veil sonii thu comparison was in Columbia's If.ivur .lust as in previous trial, slm was f.nwi but hUinly crawling ahead of Defender nini .honing just Unit margin of superiority tnat her admirers had hoped and predicted Ii from her previous elTorts .lust a "liade better ill j w.is-helu pointing and a bit more In footing. if. i nr.d in it b) sard "lie was begiiiiilnc to get sv lint lead that landed In r to-nlglit in Now J oinlon harboi a winner At U .tilt olumbia tin ked to iort and stood iiitow.itd tho -N.ur.ig iuett slioie Defender I crossed her hovv. uf nmise. and then tacked ,i 1 loupie of minute-, nftei tho now one. Tho I In .its were a bit cl isei tlnn at llrst and it was ' dollars in doughnut i. tint Colutii bin would win. The lio.ith now held their port tack well over toward tlie shore Columbia, down tolenward. J was pUiling aliead jut as on the preceding tai k Mie war. looking to the northward of I l'oint Judith, and another tack to clear It was i (ertaintv li 'I In n i.inie ono of tho-e things which mako I vncht Hieing such n charmingly iiiictilaln I i.port 'I he Hind went fuhy two points to the I Miiithnnrd. letting both boats up until they I were headed tu ! ;u l'ulnt Judltli, nl- I though tot MHltn t.. clear the whittling ( i iiiij u mile nil liore C'ulumlilas gain was ) marl wiped out right here, but as if if to trump up for the. trick tint wind had plnred I her, she tackled kiuill) totho frcsheningof tho breeze as she cleared the point nnd came Into I tho open wo, and with a bit morn heel pro ceeded to win back what she had lost and a bit , ' more. " It had been arranged to go outside the whistling buoy, so both bonts took a short Marhoaid tauk This was just 1 o'clock 1 Columbia's gain, in spitn of hor setback, was so apparent that itwnsslinpl) aiiuestlonof tho f t amount of time she would beat Defender f'i j Into .New London hnrbor. She was doing ' ' splendid work and was a sight to mako every one glad. At 1 l5 Columbia ' tacked to port She could clear the whistling buoy easily Defender was fully an eighth of H null) astern w lion she. too. tacked and headed i for tho Imoj At l:ltl Columbia passed tnn I mnrk and a llttlo later Dofonder came along ThuditTeioncB In tlmo was linrd to get. but It I, was a nil ii m ii surely, and Columbia had mndo 1 again ot throo from the llghtliouso Now ennio the linrdeM work of tho race ti Wind and sea were strongei and heavier than earlier in the day, and now. If over. tlioColum- bin must show her speed. And she did It III the long Jioit tack, until 1 fshm's Islniul was I atieam to leownrd. sho oponed out such a lead fi on Defendor as not only to surpriso but to rouso to enthusiasm her admirora Tha i-sa won something that largo boats only ould face hoveral tlnii's the newspaper tug, 8. C Hart, look soliu water over tier . bow In her head-on Plunges Glm was "hooked , UP' to her best speed mid was uolug over lrven miles .in hour, but the yachts wero leaving bur by a couple nf miles an hour, and that Is no small steed for work clo-eliau ledliui tlie wind and in such a sea .i to-day rolled in past old Montnuk , , , . , Atfl lit Lolumbli took n starboard tack oil Fisher's Island nnd ill : -'I Defetnier did tin. ' same Hack again to port at .1 M came both boats and at 4 tKt Columbia paused Hneornek V Light nnd eased sheets fonlha run lulu New ' London harbor, IWcndcr was more than llvo 1 minutes later In tasslng the light nnd v;as 1 about n mlnutel furthor nstern as tho yachts ' came up past New I.ondon Light and dropped , anchor olT the l'eiiU"t I "Havo you tlgunid tho tlmo by which you I beat her'' ' was the iiuery put tp Jlr Iselln ns I the tug ranged up alongside Columbia a 'iiuu- II terot an hour later I "Wo havo not." he replied ( "We make It about minutes." was tho newspaper man's comment ' "I should think that was about right." said Mr Isoiln . , . . , , , , . Somo ono on tho boat held up eight fingers ( . It is an even guess that some closer tunes ; were taken uboard tho Columbia than on tho "" Wo am perfectly sntlsfled with tho boat." continued Mr Iselln ' Sho behaved splen I dldlv " nd his sntlsfnetioii was evident, nnd with good reason alter beating such a boat as Defender by more than a mile. . ,, , , I Alter tho boat races Columbia nnd Defender I wlliKOtotUu went ward and be. tvaJ) Wi tUc , : . race off Randy Hook on July (I stheycamo to anchor hero this evening and from then un til dark they wero salutod by everything afloat. MAT RACE AT ItiriiltSIOE. Colombia nnd Defender Expected to Meet There Next Week. It Is very probablo that boforo Columbia and Defender return to Newport after tho race off Sandy Hook on Thursday. July (I, tho two yachts will race on tho Hound under tho auspices of tho lllversldo Yacht Club. The dato for tho raco has not yet been fixed, but it will probably be July 8 A prominent membor of tho club snld yestcrdny "It was all nrranced that If Columbia and Defendor racod off Sandy Hook on July 1 they would rneo ngaln at Larelitnont on July 4 nnd thon at tho ltlverslde Yacht Clubat tho regatta scheduled for July B. Theehingo ot dato for the Now York race has. of course, altered these plans, but I don't think It will affect the ltlver slde Yacht Club Mr Iselln had aereed to raco with us. nnd I think ho Is still willing to do so. There has been some correspondence about tho raco, and wo expect to havo tne matter set tled tn-tnorrow, whon details will bo an nounced " Thero has been somo objection to racing nt this end of tho Sound with the big yachts be cause there Is not room enough for the hosts to wont without dnnger, Tho ltlverslde Yacht Club races tho other sldo of Greenwich, whero thero is amplo room for a fair and safe course. coxniTioxs or jM.vor hook kack Columhln nnd Defender Mny .Snlt Oier a Itidwnrd or Triangular Course. R. Nicholson Kane, Chester Orlswold nnd Irving Orlnnell, the Regatta Committee of tho New York Yacht Club, hnve completed nrrnngo ments for the. raco between Columbia nnd Do fender which Is to bo sailod outside Sandy Hook on Thursday, July 0 The courso over which these yachts aro to raco will be thirty miles In length, starting from tho Sandy Hook or Scotland Lightship. Thn prizo Is n $250 cup offered by the club. Tha conditions an nounced are as follows: Tho start will bo off Handy Hook or Scotland Lightship, as will bo slgnnlled. The prepara tory signal will bo made at 11-30 A.M. Tho courses mny bo cither of the following: No. 1 (Letter II) From tho starting line, to and around a mark fifteen miles towlndwnrd, or to leeward, and return, leaving the mark on the starboard hand No. 'J. (Letter T ) From tho starting line, ten miles to and nround n mark: thence ten miles to nnd nround nsecond mark, and thence ten miles to finish line, turning tho marks nn the outside of the triangle, to port or star board, according ns the yachts nre sent nround. Tho stnrtlng nnd finish lines, which will ho between a jolnt on the flagship Corsair, Indi cated bv a whlto flag, and tno malnmai ' of tho lightship, will be nt right angles with tho out wnrd and homo courses respectively The compass courses will bo sot boforo tho preparatory signal Is made, nnd will bo keDt Hying until after the start The signals for course No. 'i must bo read beginning forward. The turning marks will bo floats displaying a red flag with white stripe. The stnrtlng signals will be- l'roparatory A gun will bo fired and a red ball hoisted Signal for tho Start Ten minutes later n second gun will bo fired and another red ball hoisted Handicap Tlmo Two minutes later a third gun will bo fired and both bills will drop hhould a signal gun miss fire, a prolonged blast of tho whistle will bo given. Tho steamer Cephous has been chartered for members and euets Sho will leave 1'ler 1. Hudson Itlver. at l HO punctually, and will touch ot tho same pier, nnd nlo at tho foot of West Twenty-second street on her return. The Cepheus will be placed In chargo of tho Secretary of tho club. J V. S. fiddle Members can obtain their tickets from the superintend ent nt tho cluhhouso in person or by writing. A llmltod number of extra tickets will be Is suer! for the Immediate friends of mombers. according to priority of application Kaoh ticket ($:t) will admit one person and will in clude lunch, exclusive of wines. 1TOMAX JiEXOVXCES AX ATTOnXET. The Wife of nn Informer In the Texas I.yn blue Cne Mnkcs n Scene, Daii.as, Tex., Juno 'JR. In Justice Averltt's court at Athens to-day, where the hearings In the cases of the ten Henderson county-lynchers wero held, a furious woman, Mrs John Greon shaw, wlfoof one of tho iiiformors, openly ac cused one ot the attorneys for tho ilefenco of misrepresentation, bad faith and fraud. Sho declared sho had been Induced by tho attorney to mako nn affidavit that her husband was nut absent from homo on the night of tho lynching of the three. Humphries after the attorney know hor husband had turned State's evidence, which fact sho did not know at the time, nnd that the attorney had tnken her husband's monoy on a promise towrukto cUnrhlmand had then turned agnlust him Mrs (treenshaw's denunelailon made a sensa tion second only to that produced by her luis. hand's story told on tho witness sum! nt the opening of the easo of the lynching of tho llumphrli s on the night of May 2.1. After introducing corroborative testimony by W Heuryand W.O Maddox to-day. the State announced its casu closed, except that It re served tho right to Introduce additional cor roborative testimony iHt deemed It necessary Attorneys for the defence announced that they would submit tho case to Judgo Aveiltt with out the Introduction of any testimony, pro vided tho attorneys for the State would agree to an Immediate uppeal to the Statu Court of Criminal Vppeals for ball or habeas corpus proceedings on the ncord ns now made up Assistant Attorney-dctieral Morrln refused to agree to this proposition, and the defence then begnn tho introduction of testimony to establish alibis for tho accused I Ittie progress was made, most of the time till court adjourned for the day being consumed by opposition counsel and the ( nirt on polrts rnlsed ns to what should be admissible tes timony. Thedefeneo was anxious to make the Coroner produce tho proceeding held nt the Inquests, which the Court finally ruled out The Indications nre that the proceedings will consume soveral days Late this evening tho defence pit the three widows of tho lynched men and two children, ahoy lltvears ot ago and a girl of l'J, on tin. witness stand F.ach of the live, on direct ex amination, doclarod that they could not Iden tify any of the defendants ns members of tho mob Their statements of the conduct of the mob tnllled closely with those given by wltncssos for tho Stnte. On cross-examination the htnto elicited from each ot th live witnesses that In tho midnight darkness they hail not been ablo to see the faces membi rs ot the mob, and that as they had nevm had anv pcrsonnl acquaintance with any of theae. cused Before or since tho lynching they could not bo expected to Motility them nna, jieouaueh y rjvu.r. Nebnstlnn l.lnd Left All Ills 1'ropcrtv to nn t'nhenrd-of Wife of Ilia Youth. A ery unusual enso of deception has como to light since tlie entering recently of a judg ment In favor of Sirs F.lUa Kehr ngalnst tho cstnto ot her supposed husband, Sebastian l.ind, who died on May '.'. 1K.'.". The couple had lived together since 1H7II. and had had live children Tho woman, up to tho time of tho man's death, had no suspicion that she wns not his wife. They hnd met in Germany. She cami) to this country with him, and went to live with him In Williamsburg, whero they openoil n shoe store l.lnd told her that no ceremony wn in cessary to constitute n mnr rhge '1 hey moved to this ilty three yunrs latir. nnd in 1KS." settled at 'JL'ti'i Second uveiiue. whero they opened nnothershoe store, of which stores I.iud had four when he died l.lnd told the woman lie had made n will, hut she never saw a copy ot II Alter his death tlin will was proved, and the woman lecelvod notice from the executor's attorneys. Stialey, llasbrouck A Schroeder. to vacate the prem ises '1 he womnu was ntonlsli(d, ns l.ind had told her thnl he had left everything to his wife and children, hheconxiillid Lawyer John G lloyd. who obtained u copy of the will, tho llrst tho woman had seen It stated that l.lnd had a wife living at llellre, llrlllsh Honduras, whom he h id descried, and It le't hli property to her Mrs hehr presented n bill to the estate for over Jfi.iKHl for services nnd disbursements, which was rejected It wns referred to lewis h (loebelas releree, who heard nil tlie testi mony, nnd made n report in favor ot the bill. His report was confirmed on July l'J.and judg ment for f.r.rt!io 47 was given to Mrs Kehr for services, Ac , for the Inst five yenrs, the claim for services prior to lhUO being barred by tho statute of limitation Poland! I'olnndl 1'nlnnd! 1-iillind! In tin- pureat natural tyring water la the world. OTIS TO HAVE 40,000 MEN. .4.vi .uoBB irr.y, urc sext to maxila IF THEY ARE XUEDElh Enlistments to Ho Made nt Itegutnr Army Recruiting Stntloni - It Is Hoped to I.nnd the 10,000 Men In Mnnlln Ilefnre tho End of the l'reirnt Rnlny Senium WAsniNOTON, Juno VS. The army In tho riilllpninoi Is to b Increased to 40.000 men at least by the enlistment of volunteers under the authority given the President In the army Hcorganl7atlon net More men will, however, be sent to Mnnlln If they ore neoded. It was definitely decided that there should bo 10,000 additional men enlisted, including those ob tained by Gen. Otis from nmong tho troops'of his command whose torms of service have ex pired. Thce'volunteers. who will bsln excess of the (15.000 men authorised by lair as thn maximum strength nf the regular army, will probably bo divided Into sevon regiments. As told In The Run this morning, tho volunteers will lie enlisted In tho samo manner ns regu lars aro enlisted nt the seventy regular army recruiting stations by officers of the regular service. Later on special recruiting stations (or volunteers mav be established nnd ofllceis ot the new regiments placed In charge The enlistments are to be mndo as fast as possible, and It Is hoped to get the additional 10.0(K) men landed nt Manila before the end of, the present rnlny season These details wero determined on nt a con fereme held at tha White House to-day be tween President McKinley, Secretary Alger. Adit -Gen Corbin and Col. Charts lllrd. the (Juartnrmaster in charge of the water trans portatlon service Col. Illrd told just how mnny men could bo sent to the Philippines be fore the end of tho ralnv season and Gsn Cor bin explained overythlng In connection with recruiting. Tho regular army, It is supposed, has been recruited up to the nuthorbM strength, but this cannot be ascertained defi nitely until all the returns are In. Inquiries were, sent to-day to ascertain from recruiting officers how many men they have enlisted up to date If the regular army Is ur to the limit tho recruit ng of the voluntoers will beeln Immediately, orders tj that effect having nlioady been sent The military au thorities believe that tho entire additional force will be recruited In less than two month, at the most without Incieaslng tho number of re cruiting stations, but a much better record than that is expected The men secured by Gen Otis for the two skeleton regiments which he la orgatiling'at Manila from among soldiers whoso terms of enlistment have expired will be Included in 'he 10.0(H) new troops, and the two skeleton regiments will be filled bv rc crultu secured In the Cnlted States. It Is probablo that the authority of tho recruiting officers will bo extended so as to Include enough men foi seven Infantry regiments of full war strength, or lO.fitK) men Tho llrst re cruits, according to present expectations, will be sent to Manila as soon as possible, and tho additional men onllsted nsslgned to the five regiments to be orgnuized In this country. At tne White House conference the trans portation problem was talked over, and It nas decided to make overy elTort to secure addi tional ships at otue. Tho (Quartermaster's Department has n plan which It be'leves will result In getting a sufficient number nt ves sels, but what this plnn Is has not been dis closed With th eo additional ehlpa the vol unteers can be placed at Manila. It Is snld. be fore the end of tho rainy season Tho Idea of the Administration Is to placo enough men In Manila during the period when sickness is grentcsttoiiiKurcKten Otis an ollectlvo lighting force of .'1(1,00(1 men at nil times. According to his latest despatch. 12 percent of the troopsare 111. This Includes tho wounded. Ten thon. sand additional men. Increasing tbs army 'o 40.000. would leave a margin ot 2." cor cent, to over all those disabled. Thus, with as mnnv nslone-fourih of hla men unabletto perform ser vice, he would havo H0.00O foldlers alwavs ready for active duty In nil his despatches on thn subiect he ha said that .'iO.COO men would be enough to quell the Insurrection No decision was reached at the hltn Houe conference as to the manner of selecting ofll cers for the .olunteers, In fact, the innfcr was not considered, but It will. It was said to day, bo talked over at the regular Cabinet meeting on Friday, Gen. litis wns Informed at tho time that he was authorized to enlist voluntaers In the Philippines that he would have the 'election of the ifll"rs. Some of the Wnr Depirtment officials ate In favor of au thorising Gen Otis to belect tho officers of the entire seven regiments from among toldlsrs now In the Philippines. It Is held that this would not only serve to reward soldiers who have rendered meritorious set vice, but would provide nflleers who have been under lire, who are familiar with 'he territory where fighting l going on and the tactics of the Filipinos, and would encourneo many of the enlisted men ot thleStnte troops now In the Philippines to re-enlist in the hope of securing eimmls. slous (in the other hand, somo of tho lileh olllclalsare In fivor of appointing officers In this eountrv. and there l reason to belleva that this plan will be 'adopted. Thoe who support It s-iy that there are many men who ervcd in the volunteer service In the -p-inlh-American war who would make excellent ofll cers of the new-volunteor eommnn Is and that leglments mustered In nt home should have ofllcers to sui erlntcnd t heir or-'anintlon. J'JH'MIITal-VDJ FOlUiEX. . tl. OTIS. The Invitation Sent Hefore llin I'rrsltlrnt Stnrted on Ills New Knglnml Tilp. Wvshin-oton, June 28 den. HarilsonGray Oils of Los Angeles, ('al , hns accepted nn Invl titlon of Pieslileiit McKinley to visit him In V i-lilngton. and he will bo hero shortly. It Is suppos, d that (ion Otis has been n-l;ed to como beeauso tho President wants to lonsu't him about the situa tion In tho Philippines Gen Otis wns appointed a Hrlgndier-Gcneral of Volunteers nt the outbreik of the war with Spain and sent to Manila. He aw active service with Mac Art bur's column in the aggressive movement against Agulnnldo's nrmy nnd was recently In valided home The Invitation was scut before Pnsldcnt MeKiiih y left Washington on his Ni v Filmland trip repoit is in circulation that tho post of Seeiet.n v of War to succeed flen lger w ill be offered Gen Otis ill) the report Is coupled the i-t.ilenietit t lint the President will ask Secret i ry lger to rotlro on account of the. criticisms of the Administration by Gov 1'in greo in connection with the ( overnor's sup P irtof Secietary Alger for tho Michigan Henn torshlp As tho Invitation to Gen Otis was extended before the Plngree Interviews wero I iibllslied, this htntoment appears to be bnsml on the mere supposition of persons who as sume Hint tho Invitation hud been sent within the last day or two AdLI.SAI.IIO 7.S AXXIOI'S. Sends to Mnnlln for ?sevvs About Gen. Otlv'a l'lnns. .Vriiil Cah't Pitpxtt to Tux Sum. Manii v. June 2S -Ono of the most promi nent Filipinos in Manila received a verbal mes sage this iiinrulug dliei t from Agulnnldo. who Is at 'I -irl ic, Instructing him to make ns voiii plete n report as possible icgnrdlng both thn milium- and political sltuntluii in Manila Aguiunldo wants to obtain (mm a Filipino source knowledge of tho strength of the Amei ean army, tho health of tho Hoops, nnd whnt (ieu Otis's Intentions nre regaidlng tho car rying on of operations during tho rainy season. The 1 ilipluo to whom the message was sent has been steadfastly friendly to the Americans. He has been frequently requested to join Agul tialdo, but has leliibcd to do so The (ai t that the rebel leader has sent such a request Is cnp-ibio of a double interpretation possibly Agulnnldo desires to know whnt his chain es would be In tho event of Ids sur render, or It Is possible that ho wants to ob tain information ns to the ports opened by order of Gen Otis, through which he might obtain provisions ami other supplies for his nrmy nnd at the same t mo sh p the produce of thocotin'iy The request for Info muiloti, roAi ng as It does direct from Aculntldo, sutt es,.r.oieports that have been circulated to the ef.ct thut lie had boon nssasslnntod by frlonds of (len. Luna In rovenge for the Killing ot the latter by somo of Agulnaldo's men, presumably by his order. Under Gen Otis's Instructions the gunboats engaged In blockading duty will now allow vessels with rogular clonranco pnpori to puss thn blockade, but tho Issuing of the order to this effect was delayed, owing to the fact that the opening of tho ports would ennblo thn In surgents who aro In control of them to colloct tho duties on the articles Imported. Thero was great distress at several of tho closed ports owing to tho luck of food, and business woh at a complete standstill. 1 hese factB Influenced (len. Otis to Issuo tho order, he considering that thn situation Is now sufficiently favorable to prmlt a restricted business being dono at thn ports, The order simply permits tho landing of food, and a close watch will be kept to prevent llllbustors from landing arms, ammunition and other supplies for tho rebels. A severe typhoon Is blowing and this Is de laying tho Balling of vessels which want to take advantage of the opening ot tho ports. The situation lcmnlns comparatively quiet to I ho south and east ot Manila, where the re cent fighting took plnce A rebel scouting p.nty to-dny met a pntrol of tho Wyoming regiment, and. In scklng to oscnpo, fiid into tho arms of a battalion of the Fourth Iuf intry. Two of the insurgents were captured with their arms There Is Increasing activity nmong the In suigents nt San Fernando, and they nppnrently nro nnxlous to resumo Inutilities It Is re ported to.dav thnt Gen Plo del Pilar, with 2,000 men, has joined the main body of In surgents there. Fll.ll'I0 AOKXTS .SFFKIXO I'EiCE. Mnrtl Upturns to London to Ohtnlu an In terview vvttll Senator Ilonr. .rremf ValU Ittipateft to Tiixos. London, Juno 28. Marti, tho repiesenta tlve of Agitlnaldo. who was recently In Furope and later wen to Hong Ivong on his way to Manila, has ictiiriied to London, where tho menlersof the Filipino Junta" aro endeav oring to obtain an Interview with Senator Hear and other Americans with tho oDject of securing concessions to Agulnaldo and pro moting peace The departure from Madrid Is also Imminent of a prominent Fillpiro, who Is going to Washington with a similar object a9 the representative of the Man li Autonomist Peaco Committee. f o.7vs,sr a jsamc siri.Mir.K Two Yiillug Men of I.oulnlllc Who Serurrd tt.'i.OOO from n Itauk Fraudulently. I.oitsvn t F, Ky . Juno 2 -Fred Frleden hulmer, son of a city nfllcl.il, and John McN Parker, son of W S Parker, cashier of tho City National Hank, had their examining trial on tho charge of forgerv to-day and woio held to nnswer before the Grand Jury, bond being fixed at $2.."(i0 ami $r.0MJ respectively '1 ho crime with which the young men aro charged Is tho swindling of the Gorman Insurance Hank out of if! i00 by means of a forged check signed with the name of the cashier of the Citizens' National Hank. Aecoidlnc to Frledenhclmer's confession made to-day on the stand, he and I'arkerar rnnced the scheme In Cincinnati l'ri-denhel-mer came to this eltv nnil prepared the cheek. Then he telephoned to Cashier Hupp of the Germnn Insurance Hank and asked If he could spare STi.lHiii in small bills Deceiving an af llrmativo loply. he said thnt he would send n messenger for tho money Friedonhetmer then presented tho check, which, although hunRlingly executed, pased w ithoutsusplclon, and lett Immediately for Clnclnii itl The fraud was dlscovorednfter clearing time. husplclon wns dlreetid to 1 reledonhoimer and Pnrkeron nccount of a previous transac tion, and w it Mln two days both wero under ar rest The police recovered f2,lK" in enh nnd $2(H) worth of jewelry from Frledcnhelmer, but I'nrkor. wliondmltted having received half the money, lias steadily refused to give It up His onlv statement lias been that he "throw It in thn river ' The statement made by Fildenhelmer was entirely voluntiry. his cntuincl having waived exnmlmtlnn He give bond nnd was released, hut Parker was rep nndud to jail, Ills father declining to bnll him out. mexage nr.rt ii s j si.in ti:iat I.pft Minneapolis Six yrari Ago After the (tiinrniity I.onu Compnn) t'r.iih. Min-nevioi.is, Minn, Juno 2S.-Louis F Mennge, the man who has mndo and lost two fortunes aggregating millions of dollars, and who hns been In exilo for six years, returned to Mlnneipolis this morning fimn Mexico. Menige wns tlio leading ninii In the Guaranty Loan Company, which went totho wall in lHtm, Invol ing many men from tho List and else where, tlio totil losses running Into tho mil lions Mr Menage was indicted for ombezzle luent it tho time, but left the ei uiitry. Immediately nfter arriving in tho city Mr Mi nnge went to the oflli e of his attorney. C, .1 Haitlrsnn. and tho two culled on the County Attorimv Mr Meiuigo stated tint he had returned to answer tho Indictments County Mtornev ltced accompanied tho two visitors to Judge Klllott's courtroom, where the liullit mentH were read Mr Menign plended not guilty and his ball was fixed at flu.oiit), which was furnished In nn interview, Mr. Menage said: "Tho Me i thnt I or any officer of thoGuai intvlonti ( ompnny embezzled n dollir is entirely erro neous The large sums of money wero lost In unfortunate business trnnssctinns. They wero lost In no other wny We sudeied great do. piei latlons In the value of our property nnd securities " i.iri: trim: Ttxr.i.En i a cm. Motortnnn Kent the Tower On, hut fun. diutnr Prevented a fntnstrtinhc. A trolley- car containing about twenty pas sengers was running along the Ilichmond roul at Grant City. Stnten Island, yesterday after noon, when tho overhead wlro snnpped and, falling, becamo entangled In thV'c.ir. Tho trolley was ahead of tho broken place, nnd so the powor was not shut off. Tho motormnii kept right on, nnd as each post wns passed more wire wns torn from Its fnstenlngs and wound about tho car Spaikn and llamo shot out Women serenmed nnd men called to the inotorman to stop, witnesses say thnt no III. ally jumped Into tha roidwuy. leaving the power on and the car going along nt a high rate of speed Conductor Louis Il.mr realized thnt sorlous injury would undoubtedly occur to passengers nnd car unless the powor should bo turned olT. Thero wero shnip curves ahead. He started from tho rear and went down the runboard, picking his way In and out of tho live wlro Hoachlng the fiont platform, he shut ofT the current and brought the oai to a standstill 'I he motorman, who h n new man. was only sllgbtlv Injured on the arm Hedenied thnt ho jumped mid said ho was thrown out by an electric shock. ,IOY ('.(I'M'I) HIS DEATH. I'nrilniiiMl Negro Cnnvlit Dies Suddenly When Hi, Itrurhrs Ills (Mil Home. MoNTiioMFHY, Ala . June 1!S George Jones, a negro. convict, died of nn i ees of joy yesteiday as n icmiIi of his liberation from pilsoii He had I ei n convicted of murder several venrs ngo and wns si ntenced to bo hanged, hut secured n new trial, nnd wns scut to jail foi life At the trlnl Jones protested thnt In-dl 1 not know- the gun was loaded It was sliovvii iluit he liiid hot known his victim and had therefore no Ill-will toward htm Gov Johnson recently hid his attention cnlled to the case, and after Investigation grunted Jones n par lop It w is nn unexpected piece of good fortune to the negro, nnd when he was released yes terday from tin pilson walls he hurried to his old home near Deiuopobs As ho approached the old log hut under the trees where he had been horn and was rnisnl, Ills mother, fnlher nnd sisters tan out to meet him He was so overcome by joy and emotion t lint be swooned away nnd died in tho embraces nf Ids relatives He had complained of no III health nnd his death is attributable to nn excess of joy. A Portrait of Admiral Dewey, . In ten col r, t7r Hi'-'t ready fnrfranilng.frrevtth out Hunday's HrrmUun tapir price 3 cent Adr I'nlnndt l'olandl Poland! I'olnndl UcccmiDieudcd by eminent jli.tclQi for purity, -Id(, BRUSSELS MOBS FIRED ON. AXailY CIT1ZEXS 11AU O.ITIlF.ltEI) IX rilOXT OF THE JIIXISTEIt.S' HOUSES. Deputies Exchange Illnwe In the Clinmher Trouble Caused by the Suffrage Mil Smlnllits Attnck tile rreinlor I.ntior Party to Order u General Strike. Xvttial Caltf VrtvateS to Tiir Sen. llrtussFi.H, Juno 28. There was nn unparal leled scono In the Chamber of Deputies to-day. The Socialists persisted In a courso of system atic obstruction, whistling, singing and shout ing constantly. They finally becamo so demonstrative thnt thoy attempted to assault tho members of the Government, using their fists froolyand mnuy ot them rolling on tho floor In rnugh-atid-tumblo combnts The Premier was threat ened, when lie was dcslgnatod by some of the HoelalUt leaders as being responsible for tho Suffrage bill, and he wns only protectod from vlolenco by members standing In front of him to ward off his nssnllant The Chamber was finally cleared by tho troops. It was altogether tho most violent scene ever enactod In the Ilolglan Pnrllnmont. The public Is wildly excited Tho King has decided to return to llrusscls anil romnln In tho Pnlnce during tho discussion of tho Suffrage bill. Tho Government build ings aro being guarded by- troops. llcvolutlonnry sreechos were made at large meetings held nt Liege nnd Ghent to-dny. Several battnllons of Infantry hnvo boon brought here in tho expectation that trouble, will occur All tho Civic Guards aro contlncd to their bartuoks Several meetings wero held this evening to protest against the RufTrngo bill, and much violent language wns employed by tho speakers. Aftniward thoro wero demon strations outsldo tho houses of tho Ministers Some of tho crowds becamo din gerously threatening and refused to disperse when ordered to do so. Tho gendarmes charged them nnd finally fired a volley at them. Several of tho rioters were woutp'od. Numerous arrests wero made. The Libor pirty has resolved to call n gen eral strike as a protest against the Govern ment's F.loctoral bill Tho strike will begin on Julv Ti, tho day on which tho Chamber will debate the measure It Is hoped by tho lend ers of the movement thnt tho workliigmen in the prov Inces will also strike. The attacks on thn present Ministry nie n result of their opposition to King LeoiKiId's progressive desire for a one-mnn-one-vote system Instead of the plural vote, which gives n g rent ndvnut-ige to Inrgo property owners, some of them getting three votes under tho present system A Cabinet crisis has been ex pected for some time, owing to the conflict be tween the King nnd tho Minister!. miEYFVS LOOKS CO YEARS Of D. Seen on the fnx by the. Crew of the Gon- fnlonlll Nenr Cnpc Xerde. Fvmat CaHt ira"A to Tim Spy Taiiis. Juno 28. V despatch to the .Vafm from Hrest says that thcsteamshlp Goufalouin, from Ilio do Janeiro, reports having sighted tho French cruiser Rfax, with Dreyfus on board, on June 10 twenty miles from Cape Yerde. She was sic lining slowly and seemed to bo waiting forordirs It Is said that Dreyfus looks like a man 00 yoatsofage. THE DEL4V IX HREI FCS'S ARRtTAL. Government Did ot XVnlit Illni to I.nnit I'nlll the Mlnl.lrr Wns Safely Scale, 1. St "-ni! VatiU Ilripntrh to Tht Si's. London, June 20 The Paris correspondent ot the liaily .hi-i says' "An official of the Navy Department tells mo that the Max. which Is lulnglng Dreyfus back from Devil's llaud, has been kept going to nnd fro llko a phantom ship. It would never have done to land Dreyfus until the Ministry wns well in office." nitE or miEYrri at rexves. Al rived There Yenlerdnv In Awnlt thn Sec ond Trial of Her Iliistmml. .Vriuf Calif lpn(r to Tiir 9cs. Pvhis. June'.'S Mini) Dreyfus, accompanied by her mother, arrived to-day at lien ties, whero the trial of hor husband by the new court-martial will take place A small but respectful crowd watched her when sho arrived. Sho went to tho residence, of Mmo Godard, whero she will stay until tho fate ot hor husband Is decided. ROOSEVELT'S MILWAUKEE VISIT. The Govcrnoi (hceied liv (he People si He Drove 111 the riornl 1'nrade. Mtt.w'AUKFF, Wis , .Tune 2S. This was a busy day for Gov. llnnsorelt. He loso lutound found waiting him an Invitation from the Milwaukee Press Club for u short session This was en tirely to tho Goveinor's liking, and ho paid the club a visit, whero ho was cheered. Hefore coming away ho wrote his name on the wall along with other celenrltles At tho hotel mi his return was a committee from tho ( hnmber of Commerce, nnd he accepted an Invitation to i ay a visit to thnt body Then lie went to luncheon nt the Mllwauki e Club, where ho met several p-ominent Mllwnukoonus At the close of the lunch he went to tho Hoard of Trade. The bulls und beirs swarmed around him and cheered him until the rafters rang Tho Governor made a short speech on the lines ot his other speeches, and nt the close of the Impromptu reception ho wns driven to tho resldencu of ( npt Fred Pntist on Grand avenue, where ho wnlted until tho floral pumde was former Then he bended the parndo In a carnage with Gov. Scolleld of Wisconsin and President Hnckett of the Carni val Association. He received an ovation nlong the entire route, nnd the most of the time ho was standing in the carriage hat in hand re sponding to the cheers. Gov ltoosevelt loft for Chicago on a special train nt :t 1,1 o'clock, where he caught tho Lake Shore train to New lork. nut men out of rrrn. Attorncy-Genernl nf the Slnte Mnkea n serious Kuln Agnii.at Corporations. Ai'stin, Tex .Juno 28 An opinion wns ren dered to-day by Attorney-Gcnoral Smith which Is another serious blow-to numerous foreign corporntiins that linvu been doing business in Texas He holds that when n foreign corpora tion having a permit to do business in this Stnlo becomes delinquent In the payment of Its annual finnchlse tnx to the State ami does not pay the nmount duo, togothur with the proscribed penalty, within six months Iroiu the date of the delinquency, Its right todo bus iness In the Stnte cannot be icvlved by grant ing a new penult, ns hns heretofore boon tho practice or the Secretary of State Mnny Inrgo foreign ciuporntlons lino peg. Jcctt-d to pay their franchise tax. and under this opinion they are forever debarred from doing business in Texas F4STOR iriMIEHER WILL STICK. Congregntlon ltefimed to Arrcpt Ills Itrslg iinttou Yote I'niinlinous. snrnv Paitu, N J, June 28. The reslgnn tlon ot tho Itov Howard T Wlddcmer, pastor nt the First Congregational Church, was offered to-night at a congregational meeting Tho friends nf the pastor wero in the majority nnd relused to accept his resignation, on tho ground that ho had been persecuted and ought to re main 'J hero was n spirited debate between I the pastoi mid George W Cole, one of his opponents S lieu a motion wns mnde that the resigna tion be accepted no one voter lor It The nega tive side of tho question hnd 4i votes. Mr. Iddemer wa congratulated by all his friends He snld that lie would now remain with the church, as he was snflslled a majority of the members wanted him to remain I'olnndl Poland! I'olnndl I'olnndl Furc.epirallng.deh'cloua. TelevHone llBCorLUiDilt, Mi. FRISCO FEARS THE I'HOVE. The Nippon Mnru'a l'reaenre In Port Hns Alnrmtd tho Authorities. Rvn FiUNtttiio, June 28 -This city Is much excited over the danger from bubonic plague brought by the Japanese steamer Nippon Mam. It Is known that a Japanese girl died of plague on tho steamer two days before the vessel reached here nnd was hurled at sea Tho Japanese crow lebellcd when notified that tho vessel would be held two weeks In quarantine Two of tho crow, who had acted qucerly for several days, dropped overboard Inst night and attempted to swim to this city. They wero drowned, and to-day their dead bodies, tied together by a rope, wero found on tho beach. An examination by heilth ofllccrs showod what wore thought to be signs of the plague on the boJIcs, though It will require a bacteriological nnnlysls todctermlno the pres ence of the dlsonse. The chief source of danger from the plague hero is causod by tho Chinese who refuse to obey the sanitary rules. If tho plague should be carried Into f liliijtovvn It might easily be come as deadly as It Is In tho Far Lust. ririEEX .vkv vRoiTR.ni'.i). A Holt of Lightning Injures n Gong of Irmk I.nborers. ItEAiiiNii. Pn . June 28 Just ns n furious storm burst over this city nt noon to-dny n vivid flash of lightning shot out from a low black cloud nnd n sheet of flame descended In the southern suburbs, accompanied by n ter rific thunderclnp. It was like a cinnon.shot from the cloud. Fifteen trackhands of the Pennsylvania llnllroid were nt work on a high embankment The thunderbolt seemed to ex plode just above them F.vcry man fell as If paralyzed. Haifa dozen vv ere hurled dow n the bank William Simon. Adnm Miller. Simon Seldol. nnrl John Thomas were badly burned, anil thoir legs turned black ami blue So Mel was struck In the back and completely piia lyzed. When picked up blond flowed from his mouth Ho Is likely to die Three men llftv ynnls nway staggered nnd fell from the effects of tho electric discharge. rinon or Rtix I et loose Thunder Squnll Enrty 1 his Moiiilng Mnhes Things Xery Wet. Tho fiercest thunder squall of tho season came up with a strung southwest wind just be fore 1 o'clock this morning The rain fell In sheets tint wero swept almost horizontally through tho air nnd snaked everything thnt was out of doors. Water poured from tho scuppers of open cars, flooded the gutters level full and rati In rapids over the sidewalks Tho air grew cooler ns tho moisture wns squeezod out of It Strong southerly winds nnd frequent thunder squnlls aro expected in this region to-day. niiEtEs irr riiRoran the floors. Seveinl Sixth Avenue Shop Entered, All In the Smile tiy. Tho Tenderloin polico nro keeping a sharp lookout these days forth" gang of burglars who nre carrying away tho property 'of Sixth avenue, shopkeepers Thu police nro satisfied that tho burglars aro membors of one gang They havo got Into overy store by cutting holes In the floor nnd coming up through the cellar. In this way tho dry goods store nt 447 Sixth avenue was entered rcrently and $500 worth of Boodscnrrled nway. Mrs Delia Memles of 4IU Sixth nvenuo. whose dressmaking store was entered In a similar way a week ago and robbed of Sl.(HH) worth of dresses, turned over to the police yes terday the letter she received from the burg lars who visited her With the lettei the thieves sent back the stolen property, npolo irlluir for carrying it off They sent It from the lower cast side by n local uxpress wood .Miirs that rilleii, mtii ii-s. A llfllleiii Man, Exilted by n I.etlel fioiu Ilia .Sou, Dh Alter Krndilig It. Tho sudden news of his son's good fortune caused tho death vesterd-iy nf William Lau man, formerly n brewer, of (ilCi Fast 14.1th street He received a letter from an elder son, who went West a few yeirs ago and settled at Yilln Paik. Col . telling him that tho son hud succeeded In business, and had sent nionoy for the fathei and the rest of thu family to come West nnd live with him I. num. in. who was (is years ol 1, carried the lettei to Henry Koch's saloon, nt 714 Cour( landt uveiiue. that lvoch might lead It He handed the letter to Koch and sat down at a table in tho real loom The huteiuter, going to tnke him n glass of bcor. noticed soon nllerwnrd that the old man's head diooped.iiid on a closer examination saw he wnsdoid. Til E 4STI-1RI N T COX FEB EX VE. Gov. I.ovvtidcs of Maryland Writes Thnt fin XV 111 Endeavor to Attend. Avstiv, Tex., June 28 Gov Say ers to. day received a letter from Gov Lowndes of Mary laud Indoislng the proposed anti-trust con ference to I e held In St Louis Hesays "lam Impressed with tho Important u of the proposed vonferetice of Governors aim At torney -Generals of the several States .mil Territories for the puiiose of taking Into mn slderntiou the effect upon the business Inter ests of the country from the formation of trusts, and to devise, if possible, a line of smin legislation to lemedy the evil", which, It Is generally eoniedcd, have resulted from such combinations 1 hope to be present at tho con ference with Attorney -Gonernl (in (her " HI LI Fit HIS FILIFI.SO WIFE American Klnped with Her from Mnnlln to Hong Konr-Alno Killed lllin.elr. VamolvkI!. Juno 28. Advicos from Hong Kong say that Androw Marks of New ork Ktate.onoof tho many Americans who went to Mnnlln to stnrt In business, fell In love with n benutlfiil native girl Her parents disap proved, and tho young couplo run awnv to Hong hong, whero tbev wero married on May 22 at St .John s Cathedral by tho l!ev It F. Cobbalit They lived together five days Then tho girl, suffering from a score of beat ings, lied from her husband to the home of a countryman Mnrks followed and shot her dead Then ho killed himself. nin m:irr.Y n itin: to diedericiist Ilepnrl Thnt He Expressed Ilecret nt thn I'nlsii Reports About Their lti liillon.. Vamjouvfh. 11. C . Juno28 Tho .Vm th China .Yeirs says that when Admiral von Dledorlchs reached Hong Hong, homeward bound, ho re ceived n letter from Admiral Dnwey ox press Ing tho latter's regret nt the unfounded state ments made In the press ns t,( their relations st Mnnlln The Gei man Admiral asked Admiral Dewey to allow him to publish the substance of tho letter und Admiral Deney gave his consent MUCH KI.OXIIIKF. OOI.lt COVIVR IS. Dual Worth A I, Von, (KM) Una llcached Seat tle Thtii l'ur rials scnion, Skvtti.f. Wnsh , Juno 28 Tho American bark Mikado, John Drown, master, from loLo harnn June 1. arrived this afternoon with a cargo of silks for Sew ork anil Host n houses '1 ho steamer llosalle, from skag way, brought down twenty hlondlkers in-day and $.1(i.(HKI worth of cold dust, making n total of Jl.'.'.'ili.. (,i()0 leceived here since navigation opuml on the Alnskn lakes and tho uknn this season. N.nc llltteii Off mid Put Ilurk. Hoston-, Juno 28 Frank Wlllanl, a news boy, ngod 12 years, was attacked by a dog this morning and his nose was bitten off The boy was taken to tho Massachusetts General Hns pltal The nose wns afterward hunted up. taken to the hospital half nn hour Inter and put jo place on the hoy's face, where nils hoped that It will knit successfully by- tho aid of u grafting process, It is tho first case of tho kind lu this city rirel t'nrxrelled hire works !' Duy before Hit ruin at depet, Pirk. place. Jife. BOYSOLUlKirrOTIIKPiKSCUE I YOVXO YORK ItCTI.EII l't'LI.1 THRT " jl 7Jov.s oit o' the r.tsr river. II He's Seventeen nnd Went to the Wnr vv C H the Tvietltii Iti-gllncill (miles ll full. IH Ills lll.e.vrur One of I he Itov SniiiUIni Jl n rignrette That Hadn't (lone Out M York Hti'ler. 17 yr-ars old, who served In they late vm tisa member if the twelfth Mogl- H ment. nnrl who lives with Ids parents at 424 M Pleasant avenue, saved tin ee I nvsftom drown- M Ing vesterdnv afleitionn, an I last n ght the) house wns besieged bv neighbors whocnllcil IH to eoiigintul ilu young Hullei m Ills daring IH rescues H Villlni Thotiini, .1 yenrs old. .in I Gcnrso 11 Wliiilen, vearinld. fd 2'U Fist I.'Nt stie t. II and Danny lteillv.it vents old. o' I'.'Jd street IH and Pleasant avenue, wete p'niini with n log IH which wns floating in the Fn' lover at t'm IH fontnf 122d street when It dii t 'd nway fi n In them They tiled to get II b i ' ly lev n; H over the hi en I; w it"r and llh n; m1" it vv til IH sticks, and nil thine tiniibli d li.ti 'hcilvr ml IH were s'vept awnv Iv the tide iuit er was ! H Hug mi the slim nut f ii iw v .mil luarlng 'Im IH I nys' screams, i ashed -n In lp Ihein lly lean- IH Ing over the bic.ikw itei In- v.i ible to iciedi IH the Whiten and hell) lovs as they drl leit (H past, but their c uupnulon h id Ik i ii swept soma IH ili-t.iiue up t i river II tin boy had g me d iv n o -e when llittter. II throwing nfT his mat. illvr. I into tic wnternnd II struck out nfti i him .In t ns he wns vvl'hlrt II three fi et uf the l,. he sank for the mis ij tlnn , but Duller diving nftei hi n i niched I . a II by the en hir.'itid 'v, im with h m to the shoe. II Ilv this t'nic several lirin-'rcil eop'e were en I the batik Tliev I egiti to laugh win ti they nv- I tleed tint the swh inier held a elu-arctti) In 'ill (I mouth an 1 . y a trick at which he is nn id pt I h ni ki pt It u'lglit when nn lor t ho vvutci Is I s'v.im -- it li the boy to the llmi where 'ho voungstei was care 1 f r by fiionds Ho vai little the worse. i ur i-rr ofT if sin: scor.ns. , She's Hern to the Hospital Seven Times Ifc six Week, sp ei flll'SS. Mrs Mary Pallt has been in the Harlem Ilospitn1 seven times In thn Inst six weeks for j trcitment for a dlslocatid j iw Hor husband, , Frederick. Isn cloil:, and they live in Hnrlen. Six weeks ago he appeared nt H'irlom llospit ll with lib. vv ife and told his story ! "li out last night," lie salu. while Mrs. i ralltro. who was nieechVss, glared at bin. "and when I came homo oirlythls mornb c my wife began to seoid me Sho got to talkl - so fast tint presently s itin.th'iig snapped in J she found that she could not talk any more. I 9 don't know whnt Is the matter ' ! Dr Mcassoy examined the woman and four , thnt tho jaw had bom dislocated Ho conx it back Into place Just one week later Pallt. . nppenred at the hospital with his wife ngnln Her jnw was ngnln out of working onler and bo wns nskerl whnt was the matt r " We had n quarrel about i show .vo saw nn i ' she got sneechk'hs again.' Tl.at'r-all," wasul' thnt he had to say ' i Dr Meassey readjusted the jaw ind Mrs i. Falltz") went away with her husband, talkln. p as well as ever. Four times mon Pnllt70call( ij nt the hospital with his wife, and each time si was In the samo fix Last night they appear o again and then Dr Meassev lost patience " You'll hnvo to iiult scolding your h.lsban !. madam." Bald he, "or you will have to goto someotherliospltal. I hiv-o used every rem edy 1 know, but I can't fix your jaw " Mrs Pallt70 looked as If she had something; to say, but It ended there, for Dr Meassey had not yet got In his work Tho jaw was adjusted ag'ilti. nnd the doctor didn't want to hear any results. noon r.ttiii: ati tries a .max. A UnihesterT lwvcr litis n I igtit with til Ilild on the Shore of I.iiUi Ontario. Hoi iirs-ini. June 'Jst -Major Lu-.li spahn. a llnchesier liwyer, had an exciting encounter with a full grown eagle along tin shore of Laka Ontario yestcid.iy afternoon. He was going to n hotel near Manltnu ISeneh, where he had en gaged a mom for the night, when ho snw huge bird walking up nnd down the sand nii'l , acting as though It was getting re.ulv tollr. 'I lie bird caught sight, nf him and changed Its liitentlrn and turniil on him Major Snahn was armed with a "lout stick, with which node fended hlm-elf Til" bud in nle a loud outer, nnd vvi nt at rtpjhh vvltli claw- nnd bill, nnd be fore the tight wns over his clothes were bndiy torn. I'll" attorney, watching foi his nppn . tunlty, made a lung sweep nf Ids stick atnl I i might it don n mi the b id bn a king Its nee v, Mr Mmlin took his prl" to the hotel, ind tiny men there said it was a wood curie It men. -uied seven feet from til to tit I' is tlinu.' 't that the bird earn" nvei fioiu I an id.i, as ll w .4 of a vnrletv found tlieri i.ooiKit ii y cmxrsr rintTrs. The llrlll-h ship VV noil Meld I p on tl.t, "1 West Itlver 111 lew of the (.tllihoiltft. iMoi'Vt it, 11 C .June 2M -The HrltMi ship W'nun, Messis Danker A Co , wns held up by Chines, pirates on M ly 22 nt Knmchiiek, on ', the West Itiver, by twenty-live masked mil armed robbers, wlio coolly emptied the euro Into junks Iving alongside Then the in sengers, many of whom were llntlsh md Americans, had to give up 7.iski In ensli. Three Chinese torpedo boats placed on thn river to pr vent piracy, were anchored within ,100 yards of tne scene, but in-nle no attempt tonssist tho merchantman fier tlin m'd err the Captain of the Vioon iovcim-iI heilhig.it tho masthead, hut the tnrped i hints steamid by without paying any uttititlmi to the signal of distress Tim boat Captains of the West Itlver held a meeting nflei the inbbcry and sent a resnlu. Hon to pekln recording the robbery and stat ing tint tho torpedo boats were not engaged In suppressing piracy but In squeezing tnnneyout ot ('hint so junks on tho pretence of cseoitliis them down the river. 1.1 1 n Clgnr on n Nnphthn I. mini h nnd Was Killed. Nr.w Oiu kvn-s. June 28 The steamer IIIi pania. from Locis del 'lorn. ( olombla, brlDgn the news of the death of C K Drowning ot New Or. eat. s .'lr Drowning vvnsn member of tho IouUlana Cotisliliitionnl Convention ot Inst yenr lor sev tnl months ho had In en acting ns ngi nt nt lloeas for J 11 Cninnrs A ( of New Orleans He was to have tn'ien the steamer Ilmpsnla for New Or ieniisnnd putout tnlierinu naplithalnunch He nttenibte 1 to 11,-hi n cigni during the trip Tho launch leaked anl exploded. Instnntly killing Drowning nnd injuring several other persons oil the launch Vegrocs I'lecliig tintii HtiHithurff, Ala. llniMiv iiav. A In . June '-'8 Negroes nr lenviig D'onsluig in lirge numbers, fearing they will I " killi d by e-h.iei b-fore tho feeling betwi en the inees has s ibsldml. Sheriff (I'ilrli n lef 1 for " ' ten de Hies uti ler Dep uty slieilfT Hoi WaM-m all well a tneil, nt Illnssbiirg this morning, nnd it is leliever they will be iil.'c to k, ei d iw i tt.eibie Very few negr. "s w i I to wotk lo-dav . mid the op crntors nf i lie mil es lenr that their output Is to be n (fee to ! Dewry Soils li.r l'e-t snld. WASittNi.mv, June 28 Ti Navy Depart ment this morning inniul n i.ible despatch from Admli.ll Devvev niniMin"ii ' his depar ture on the iilvinjli liom i ioiiIio (or port Ml 111 Aiiihnssndor Diaper Itilmns troni lloni). Gen Wil nn F I i n I ni s-ntes vm bnssador i I u is a i i g r on ii n Nnrh German I vi -ternis n Vl.i.whiiU arrived yesterday fi in li n a d Sip is I'olnndt PolniuP I'oliiuil' Polnnd! Try It roLud Viuter l'i u , a Ln 1 hut, M, Ye-Ail.