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PHARISEES OF SOCIETY,
pR PARKHURSra STRONG DENUNCIATION
t1jf:y BELT TO FOROB THE CHAINS TM\T BINI
ajAODAtSKS AM' PRODIGALS TO Tlli:ni
DAMNATION THE "STUWUSD BISTER.
I.lNKss ' Or THB WOMER OF THK
CHTRCH. TOO. r.rsr. i\sini.r..
The Rev. Dr Charles ll. Parkhurst preached n
plain Enehsfl yest.' lay acalnsl that tendency o
society ?hi< h refuses a helping hand to an ea
eeartct, 'i!!' senda a reformed woman of the stree
back t" 'he nulre Mom which she mlitht Lc at
temi'tini; lo *Si '!'' The Intensity o' the sermon
?? delivered, aas sreal even for Pr. Parkhurst
Some of Ibm sentences fairly hurst from his mouth
and lt ans I-11" ,nat Oh preacher rind been In
cited to t'1" excoriation of faahlonable rle
ari ajrpecrlsjr by concrete hnppenlnss. Ever;
,inrl IndTcnti i a purpose that .ame fr.>n
r? aeeri ?? present abetraet theory
or facts almply ;>u facts lt was evident lo tl..
aesfr*satlon that ,,th" areal reformer" was mipht
Dy stirred ii sboui something.
The Madison Square Church was crowded to thi
doors Ali ti." pewa et epa and w.n.low s. ats tn th.
galleries the pulpit steps and all available star..;
Uar-room srere rilled
pr. Parkhurst'! teal was: "Verily, verily. 1 sa]
unto rou IhBl Ihe publicans and the harlots pi
Into iii'' Kingdom <<: God before you'' (Matthew
fps sermon was aa follows
Thia is.: thos. expressions of our Lord, be
rome so familiar to us by frequent reading that
ve haw ....--? I to appreciate its appalling au
dacity. Wi wlah il wit.- possible to witness tin
effect tl ' rooted arorda wool.) produce upai
eesn rn uni ty acre they to be addressed tu lin.Iii
genres thal had not been made callous by tin li
roni'ii!' repetition away ia. k from the time whet
a?rhii:-'" ' began flral lo h. ar them, 'ITie dr
ennstanii which lends special meaning to tin si
jtartlir.i: vol li ol our Lori is th.- fad that thej
were spoken In lin- hearing of, and, Indeed, thal
they w,r' addreeaed t". the m..st eminently re
apecta; meni In th" community; that "is ti
nay. He ???- talking io Ihe chief priests and ih>
eiders. When we hear Him saying t.. the ethlca!
aristocrat >t the people and lo the religious no?
bility that thej had a longer r..a.| to travel be?
late they could i ? entered Into th.- Kingdom of < ;??
th.-i'i '!:? ; -! ana and thi prostitute* .v.- m
longer woi ?? thai they crucified Him; oui 01 :>
amaien.-1 thej were ao lona about lt.
Th" rn. ' Hally and unreservedly we iriv
ourseh'- :' ird'a meanings and Intention.
tre ni"'" -ni;, we be omi convlnci ! of Hi*
am ls nol a word tnal
jircbablv a "ill fli I deal of favor with lh?
mejoriiv n .. ??..?!? .ri.rn made up na M.*"- con
^-rv...' i .-in la the only word thal
will ?;??- 'hi thouahl I am trying l. utter: onlj
1,1 us bj radicalism, always. ?.? a
h?sd?'r. - ? abandonment of the ground
.,,,;, i io I by Intelligence an.I i ?
nra rath.. ? ubina of Intelllganee and rea eon
to the very utmoal ol their possibilities, ami set
tine o the rooty of the niatt.-r Th:it
lt what ra Hcnltsm means roots, lt ls in that
..-.. rlsi was the most Inconsiderate
il that ever sin red ao lety
Into lire; n aslble revolution,
HIS TREATMENT OF ROC1AL 01TCAST8,
"Verliy I s t\- unto you, thal the publicans and
Ihe harlots ko into the Kingdom ..f God before
you For John come unto you In Ihe wa> tal
righteo'isn. aa and ye believed him not, bul the
publicans and th>- harlot* believed him; and ye,
whi-ti y< bad seen ll repented nol afterward thal
j., might ? nee 'seary to rom?
aine oui '.v: i> thia addition of the verai I
Jewing In i that i ne l lay be li ft sus?
pecting that what are known fis v..-lal outcasts
were dealt with by Christ In am h lender consl lera
tlon out Ol "ti Ills part to tin- sin?
fulness ol -I ? life h they I ad l.n li
li., doea not aaj that 1 noken of win
easy en tran ? Into thi Kim I m ol Heaven be?
cause -.h-:.- is i.othim: Inherentlj criminal In their
hales and pursuits, ? ibmltted
preached by .lohn thi They entered the
ll. evenly Kingdom ? - they rei
the unheavenllnesa of theil ? ' ring.
lt waa In precisely thli I He 1
th" adulteroui woman wh ai -?. told in the
eif'uth cha '? - ?' John'a (Joapel Hi u.;'
harsh word u;-?,:. hi r bul ' evertheles
that h<r sin haa got to al eaaai
infnretv e froi nan hat whi n He
s, -ks those sra lou Keliher do I con?
demn ?!.'?' "if' means 1 I I reason H
? '">"s not condemn her is ?-? | is itiat h*-r
sin is gotl a to cir Lol l's
dealinza with sinners leaves upon the mind the
Invariable Impression, If oi th< ai >ry l>e res I
sympathetically and He always
felt kindly towarri the tranagressoi bul could have
no tenderness of rorari towel I Ihi tranagreaaloi
There ia no fttfe and successful dealing wlih sin
of hrty kind, save as that distinction ls appre-ele te.1
and male a continual factor in our feeim** and
HOW BOCIBTT WEIGHS CRIME.
Now society has a way of scaling crime and
Sins that lt ls pretty dlffi'ult to find nny warrant
for In the Holy Word; and a great deal of 1'
come? from the difficulty wh!"h men experience In
keeping dfstlhcl thine-, whi'h are essentially dif?
ferer,* and from confusing thin.-s arhlch sra ?u
ssntlally distinct. One reason why we regard cer?
tain crimes as more wicked than others ls because
the State punishes them men everely; bul that
ls no safe criterion of their wickedness, Inasmu h
as aha I the Ptati pi ??- a rim. for I- nol lu
sinfulness, bul Its harmfulm - I Iel and it
gradea its punishments accoi Iii -' lo thi d' gree >?'.
that harmfulness Thal la why li puntshei
end ting, for Instance, with more extreme
j ? 'han it .!<.. a petty lal r- :.-. Tl i
Inalltv of a crime ls according to the il
Which that crime is liable lo Injure soi lety The
Sinfulness ..f a Bin ls according
Whi h that sin la an expn aloi '?: the Binnet - li
difference or antagonism to the will of God, So
that Ihe acts whi. ii will I..- most lik--ly lo lair! n
man lr. jail are nol necessarily the a ta which will
be most likely lo land him In hell.
Another unwarranted class of estimates romes
also from Ihe fact that are pul our weigh! oi i tl
mate upon the sins thal we i ommll and a totally
different weigh 1 of eatlmate upon Ihe elna thal we
dot...' commll bul thal othen commll II a m
lt a thief he will always havi an Indulgent
not only for his own thievery, bul foi Ihe thievery
of other thiev.-s ir he is an adulterer, he will !<<?
diKT.iiv.. i to have Ihe sin of adultery handled with
y rei ften reach i prett) a 'curate
clus:o-i as to a man's life anl babita by ob I Int
the lax,ty or Btrenuouani?,- of hla feelings -'? *i 1
?pin. touching an) matter bf ?.:? that may
char. ??? to . ..me up '? - | ac isslon or treatmi nt, And
If his aentlmenta lt la n <:
nece- lae hi elter himself, i ii
becau-? he lias ,. Ituated to some certa .
Bbl that tin
has become dulled and di i<ien< i We feel keenly
the * k--.ii--- fains thal ll - ni ther our habit
mir oui ? tnmlt. < lui n tit
cent: .' liar | ntl the ethical
rectilinear, om morality :u bunched, arl the
buachei are separated by lona and numei
farrall of Indifferen ai I aelf-aKowance, C
embie ? I ? lue t., . i icatlon The
heme tn,ik-? itself very powerfully fell In thi* way;
we set ??;.it in tbis
reeped e/ei n li jj. j. ua iy ;..r.--'<; precept an.l
Influ' ? inn nti I tendenclea win a set iii
the .lays of our childhood thal ls nol y to be
neutralised and overcome bj Influences thai operate
upun ut lats r,
"CONTKMi'TTi:;.,-: MEA XX ESS" OF THE MALE
There are i;k-w"se d-:ffs of sentiment current tn
a'- .-tv that tell upon Individual Judgments with the
power of an almost Irresistible tyranny. One Ss
gran; Issi - f that I will only suggest by re
minding j i / ui.:,- y,-,-, know ao well thal
?JJ eer:a.;; offences which if committed by one
*-x ar* i ..,,,, | ()?, Whl'-h If committ . by the
^"T ??x :, ,.. ,,,??!,.,; ,,slt,.- st.,. Th-.t partiVulai
saving money ia earning money,"
Bini \\<''ii give everybody opfsortiinitiefl
?? practice it al om- new stores lately
?penetl on 1 fth st.
With the tariff question settled ami
wool entered true of duty, we were
?sabled to place large contracts tor
(ferpetsofnew patterns al exceedingly
THK FIRST OF THESE GOODS
JJAVE AltlilYKD and OPENED
*OK VOIK INSPECTION.
Ko old hi^li eust stock.
All nen at low prices.
Uberal Credit (liven.
COWPERTHWAIT & CO..
104,106 and 108 West 14th St..
ftUAM Ul UK.
Plnik nRO?Hs'V!? ni 0111:1 ?
*lDisn Avenue, near Fulton Street.
Practical Results?13 Years' Work,
NINETEEN MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS ALREADY PAID TO WIDOWS
Forty minion dollar, already ml i living pri,r? hold
em by redaction of premlumt Eighty-three Thousand
pajHng Hembera Two Mumir-.! an.l Rereaty Minina D I.
lars inauranca .- f,,r,e Three Mll.ioa Seven H indrsd unit
T'n Thouaand ''..sh Burphit Reserve Emergency Fun I.
M- ,-e than Slaty four Minion Dollar* new miall.not for tba
year ISSI, Theae ara a few practical results already re
CurdeJ ia th- credit if the
MCTVAL RESERVI Frsn TIFF" ASSOCIATSON.
E R HARPER, FrepH-nt.
Heme OCIre, Mutual Reserve Ilullillng.
Breed wy. corner "f L>unn?-it.. New-York.
e'en* 'or clirulara arni rates.
matter in on" which when you have availed of your
beat philosophy In order to its explanation still
leaves von confessing thai th- distinction has its
around nol In the will of Ood, bul In masculine
capri : In the contemptible meanness >.f the male
sex. Which, In spite ..f nil Its l.oastel chivalry, thinks
more of Ita own lueta th.in it does of feminine char?
acter, and unfortunately aucceeda In constraining
women i > discriminate between o fallen brother and
a fallen alati i v--ry much according lo baae man'a
own arbitrary crlterl in,
Vou perceive thal tin-re ls a greet deel in this '
ni.iit.-r of not getting lown to the rooti if thing*
and estimating Ihe case regardless "f accidental ln?
fluencea thal operate with such tremendous effeel
to pull oft mir judgments from Ihe main atralaht
line. We could illustrate the name thins by taking
? Ins! iii ?? of a man who ought to be In lal!
ju-.hai.lv have acquaintances ?>f that kind; nol
simply n:"!i who eui;hi to be in .tail, bul men whom
you .-usp.-'t or even kn w ought to be In Jail. Very
likely there ,- not a aoclaj circle represented here
thia uk.ruin-: but would be measurably contracted
ll every candidate for pris.rn diatinctlon mel his de
aerts, Hut the only point 1 wan; to mak ? ls tii.it.
while you will, quite probably, treal with courtesy
and with aoclal hospitality a man whom you hive
r. iaon lo believe Tlmlnal up to th" moment when
h" dons th- stripe i ault furnished by the State, you
have ti. hospitality for him or anything else anet
the suit cornea off, When l Bay "you" I mean so
NO HEART FOR AN EX-CONVICT.
Community at larpo has n I heart for an ex-ron- I
viet. Anl yet th"re may he .lust as much of a man
In him. Indeed there may he more of a man In him '
after hr" comes out .if hui than lhere was when he I
Ont of r?Sl persons received at Sine; Sine; for the j
? i. i-i 1 ptember 20, I8H M were lhere for the (
ai ??:il time, 31 for the third time. H for the fourth
time, and 11 for the thirl time Besides that there
wen :'t: men thai had aerved from one to als times
In penal Instit itlom ol i ime ki:: !
li v i have ever talki I sith an ex-eorivlct you
knon that ..ii" ?r.at i.-.is.,:i why he returna for ihe
mrth or alxth time, .- nol becauae I" la
Incorrlgiblj wicked, bul becauae the Church h
ind so etj haa na use foi .i man who has
bfcn ni Jail. Which, taken In connection with the
f.i ?: thal - >eletj loea tolerate ind carew known
criminal* before they ar.- iodged In lall, means I
. let) ahrinka from muni la nol crime, but ;
penal mother of I i Itrarj
m- th ? ? ; lure a li are a repr ?ach ti
clt-t) mil b< nt irn ? . the criminal If your ;
a fall* Into a pit j ? | him out: b tl .:'
. m Tal h ile .i!: I struggle* to the aur
: , - lety kicks 1 Im I a k
- ,? i I-:" a ?! ..1 ol - rloua work ih.it requlrea
t . be pul In along this line, l k:. .w of a s
sh" has repeatedly been ti my h
who had f'.r a number of years been Dvina a le
ri., l.-i life. Three distinct time* ahe recovered her
? ? hei ibandoned ways and se ure I I
? -? ;?: ymen; !:. each Inatance ahe wa* :? t
n;/ ?! by - .it.I- who had known her in h< -
;:-. .ml Information w.is irrlei] lo her employer
Uiat he ha l a li- lervlce and >
a i --i ?> Irifl Sh" la now ui ler thi
, ? . .. ? ? . raelf fol ireei
christ la fulni here la fat rn >re re i
..n the part ol thia iasa ..f \.pie to aban lon their
? . ? th* part
of the chief ind lem, ? rlbe* pharisee* and
? ? : them aban lon .:. an I t.> extend -
to them an i g hand fi i Istlaa h ..-pi
ajOCTETY'fl I'XPAR DONA RLE SINS
The s rip tu rea tell ui that there li n ii nerd ?
ratnsi the Holy i'.h .?t, arl at
exactly thal ma] tx Bo etj w ????--?
j han'l. shin's that :
' and tiiat going lo State1 prlaon li tn, and
that for a a
lo transgress the Sevenl
| of them. Now, a tl .
i; ? ? ! ...
? ... t aa i
- penl len -e for an;
i'.? . ? ? ? . (len woman
I to the ml ? and 'ri- ndal lp I'hriat.
and a t a one to I
un ? '- . ? i ?.
c. .Itu; ose har.I. ? a than He ' i 'oui I il
without dishonor, receive t" His lovlni
ti... retumii i prodigal a:..l -ie rontrili daua!
and are any of us so aurpasalngl) holy lhal i
j waa pure enough foi Him t" wei ome is foul
for us to i ilse? There ur.- a great many j
Magdalen* In ihe arorld, and a ur--.it many in thia I
city, and acme of them wa shall Bi l hy ?ni by
! in ihe mansions prepared foi them lhal love
Hun. "h.i! la v.- sh,,,I If we ..-,? good enough to
enter any of those RiaOslona o.ree.ves, an.l how
I Uo you pr,.ir.?ie to K-1 alon* with sainted Mag
j daiens up there, if your unreasonina aid unaanctt
I fled foatldlouaneas pre-...nts youl receiving them
I upon the platform of alaterly Christian equality
My woman-hearer, if you an> a Chrlatlan, eh-i* ,
! makes you holy is thai you have t.n washed |
in ihe blood ol the Lamb; it Isn t thal you have
always been emlnentlj reap, table, lhal
! never fallen Into ways ..' aroa* depravity, ?
had an experlen ?? thal ia coarse and deni
but I hut yo ha ce I.e. n wa '.. 1 In the li.
the I,.".:. Ni -.:? if > >ur f illen r hi
.?..i-i..- i li. rh.it i.|..o.|, ,% hat un..ii '- .
? the fi. iii.. ** lhal ;
, a av "-?!..> foi you ih- fa< i ..: hei
that ai h.
i Vou belli ?? thal the bio id ol ? ? lal ? ? ? ?
; you: v\ho are you thal you i
? ? . in . ?.,
?.I hal must it mi an lo I he lie li emer that
gat her your skirt* about lona conceit
: shrink from iii.ntaei ..: one aiio
? - !...:! aa i ... "v hoh In I li Ight, ..
.i eros n and a I" .i ? ? ni) .< plcomi '
, ..I ???."?? : thi ... ? ? ? ? . I '? ter
ti ? ??.- ? ommon. ' Hui "eommon"
I you are eallli i them . .;,. i
I has "cleansed oi i: you ur. nol railing th. mi I
re thinking ??' tl tnmon
? "j.j ii-. ? i hi ;.??! i -? ???
; them And nol only thst, bul li ls just the know;
i edge on theil part thal thal I* i he boi i of
I - . that you will
| thal la -keepm.; them from breaking forth from j
: the bondage of min Into Ihe it.lom and tho |
i beauty ol a virtuous and a christian life The)
believe thal Ood will forgive them, bul they know
I you won ?
ONLY FROSTY SYMPATHY.
I ha\<- had ample opportunity t.. know -> I it
thea. v.,.:u"!i s.ty. I ki.,.w. ..r at least I hsve ,
ground safely lo conclude, that there are thou- ; .
of them in this very city !???;. who loathe t
the hf- they are In, hut who sin ink with even mora ! (
of repulsion ii im the frosty sympathy and ? j
studied sisterliness of the women who dote ..n
tl..-li ...ii. proprieties, who have no Interest in i
any prodigal) or Mar.lal. ns except aucfa aa are
io VI about In Ihe Hlble, and who aland before the t
] I.or.i In the s.-lf centre.] comp H'tlioy of Ihe ,
Pharisee, and pray Lord, J thank thee lhal I am
uni as othei women are, or even ai H.is ad ul- ,
tereaa Tba ":y iii it cornea up from them, when i
? | are trying to lime their past behind them
: and reach forth In the felicities ol a new and 'i
: h virtuous life, la "But ti-.!...?.>? li evet going to t
love m.- except with a condescending aile.:lion, or ,
I regard nu- with respeci thal la not three-quarters ,,
Ol it i.ity." , ,
The) vant to be all thal ls Implied in that ?
I word womanly, end, repenting ol and forsaking ??
' th.-lr sin, they want you shouhl recognlSI them as
, being once more a woman among women standing \
with rou upon a baala of womanly equality, anil , j
they nevi a right to have that longing of theirs ri
ni'-t. and you rion'l meei ii, and Ihe conBequenci r
ls they fall back again Into their horrid ways, Hve \
dlshoiored, dla dlahonored, their bod lea are t
burled in the Potter*! Fiei i and,their anula g> j i
io thi? ri-ktion whither yon Pharisaic pHllessnes* i
luis helped to .)ri\e them Ullin l s.i\ you' here ' i
l mean society generally and lo what degree lt v
is applicable to the Individual women hero ;
presenl yon can decide foi youraelvea.
Now th- Scriptural authority for the demand a
here made lhal the penitent convict and the re- ! I
penlan! Magdalen should ??? received back Into t
frank relations of conferred mani) and womanly *
equality, la all contalm | In s ungle feature nf j '
Ihe atory "' the Prodigal ison. The boy had gone a
to tho utmost bound of a depraved life Mn n
career had nol only been abandoned and law lesa, > h
but ii ha..I I,.-."I . o.i.?-. and foul and c.;' h ...nu- , ?
Thal la part of the atory, and is t., :,. rounted i
ln. And yet In all thal then was nothing which t
Interfered i" prevent his father'a re-ealahllahlng lt
him lu precisely the .sain.- position in the housi
hold that be occupied before he went owl To the
father'a regard, iho penitent abandonment of !
Bin blotted out sio, mada sin as though u had
nOl been The feature ?.f the story is iho un
quallticd cordiality ol ills father'a hospitality. In ?
reno lng th. nor) you nol only realise lhal the
father carries blmaell toward tba boy as he would v'
?i" had be never gone astray, bul lhal he feels t
toward bim as he would do had be never ^"n?'
astray The peal -ines not count with him The
pa ' i- rubbed out. H la ss though it bad never
baan, The older broth-r, though, punctilious,
Jui.. I.-;ss Hint lovelesa, not on!) cannol forae< ;""
prodlgal'a depravity, bul lt la the only thing ah'.ut
him thal he can remembei The corrupt way
wardnew of the yean li?? ha i spent away tiiu-.i
up Hi" wh..],. 0t hla regard That he was hu
brother ma.ie no difference. Thut he ha.l pul his
wicked peal behind him mada no difference. That
hla father had leelared thal a position of aqua itv
In th" h.ujs.-holii belonged to bim sa much as ever
lt di.I. ni.nle n . illff. i.-n. a
SOCIETY A.\|? Thk CHURCH.
Now that older brother encases ts society to ?
d ?t. Von have probably been so brongbl up on
tni? .story of th- prodigal thai you have felt lt t..
he a nice uni beautiful -liing that th- returning
penitent had bia old place given t.> bim in tbs bouse
h lld. Then- Im a good deni of current tender-hearted'
ii"<s bestowed on prodigals and Magdalena of a
couple of thouaand yean ago, bul prodlgala and
Magdalena living nt date have aa a rule exactly
th. sun. cold shoulder ahnwn them as the elder
brother showed to the penitent that came back
from the far country Thai ls not Baying that In?
dividuals are not dealing with these classes of people
In the Lord's own spirit; hut lt ia saying thai so?
ciety has no use for un ex-convlei and no heart for
a fallen woman that has repented. No matter bow tl
thorough her penitence, or how complete the reno?
vation of her life, she is s social outlaw; and she
knows it. and thal li one principal reason why oui
..r ,i hun.lr.-1 women who enter a depraved liri
ninety-five die in lt. Society, the christian church,
and th- w.ineti ol th- christian Church help, in
thu way, !?? lue- the chains thal bli '? '?? pnot
turea ?. their .!.s:::,\ and th.'ir damnation
Now in conclusion ?*?! m.- only all; Don't ac
,-.;,? thin i?ni ? I havi -all it. hut go away a-k
mn yourselves |ual thia "ii" question: Is then
anything lu the presentation ..f the case made hen
this morning that rui.s counter lo th" Intention ??!
th.- gospel or thai contradicts In sny allghtesi
way either fi" pt.pt or th" spirit ..f our Larra:
Jf not, what ar.- .vou going P .lo BbOUl it'.'
ABUSES AT UOUVERXEUR HOSPITAL.
TAMMANY OFFICIALS !"? KOTHINCI TO r.r.MKUT
The me'llon] staff of QoUVerneOT Hospital ls ur
in arms at the failure of the "itv authorities Ii
abate th.- nulaancea which w.t.- bronghl to theil
attention several months ago. Tin- Tribune ai
th.- time mentioned them. Th" authorities prom?
ised to tak" a.-iion in tiie matter Immediately,
According to the .loctors an.l the admissions ol
the various beads "f departments not on.- ste)
his peen tak"n. This is ts strlkltii,' an example ol
Tammany nnsru;.- as .lld well be found. Thi
recovery of th" patients is seriously retarded by
the noises from Die boiler factory and th.- ame!li
fr..m ex-Alderman Hess's geese abattoir.
Hons,. Surgeon Kell) is iou.I in his denunciation
of the continued existence ..' the evils. H.- sail
yesterday: "We fondly Imagined that relief was
nt hand fora while, but now wa seem abandoned
to our fat.-. Thc medical stall .lo not complain
nf tin- nuisances so much becauae they are per?
sonally annoy.'.i. hui because H." condition ol
th.- patient: ls mn le worse Ly foul stenches arts
lng from the geese abattoir over th.- way uni by
th.- Incessant squawking and cackling ihe i...'i.
cry occupants keep up
"We want..i th.- pavement around the hospital
rem..lie,i, bul nothing has been dona In thal
direction. The eobblestonea are gone In many
pla.es and are uneven In othera. The ambulance*
carrying the si.k an.l injured have lo go over
the rough roadway shaking th- patient up badi)
"Ther. In the daytime the boiler-shop keep*
up an Incessant .lin The hammering of rivet*
woul.I wak.- the dead. The poor auffereT who la
trying to catch a wink of Bleep cannot Another
al.ns.- ls th" tnicka Which till tba .-'Hi' atcI pre
venl th.- ambulances from taking iii" shortest
p.ut.- ..ut ..; th.- slip Mischievous boys occasion
ail-, thro a stones through tne windows, breaking
them an.l narrow!) missing some patients The
boya also congregate on th.- trucks and ln|
ribald songs Now why are ti. abuses allowed
to tiouii?h Instead ol being pul down aa the)
? missioner Daly, when asked wh) the I i
condition of the pavement had n..' i- n at?
tended to. sill .'.? wi- powerless, se the appropria?
tion fol' 1 ? :\ pavement* lui I Leen e\| el
President Porter, o' th.- Board if i 'hat Hie*
.'..:: ... ti..ti. tm.:. ? -1 .- ? hal te .?? a-hl.'h the
hospital comes, affected '?? treal the mattel ri I
indifference IL ?.iii he had not taket
lo el i ll ?? nul ;? ?
Presidi nt Wilson, nf hi ? ii I ?.' H. nlth, sall
th. matter had been brought t,. hi attention
,r: | ' . | -, I .-. I ? ..-,.- tl ? ? . ll- mitti I thal
ii" foun 1:1 ? ? \. ? a- th" ?! ictoi
I. lt sal I he v. ,is ; ..w ? ? ? . t- ! i."i>
DISCOUR8IXQ "V un: i /'. A,
A N MARTIN HOLDS FORTH IT PRoniRITION
PARK, R I
A large audience waa assembled yesterday .if'' r
In th.- v. ...len pavilion in Prohibition Park,
8. I . tn hear a lertui '< ft I N dan Martin in
support ..f th-- alms and object* f the Ai
Protective Aasoi latlon and gainst
m .;. ?
on 1 opposite i f tl I li
? ? ? - - . ? ?
? - - -. -. ?
lng ..f ?-' Ich I
v r \
Mr. Ma.it lot li
Ci ,-.?-.. I.... ? ? .
Munster broi ; t.
fr "i. New-York ? i I P A.
over) :?" 11 ??? ? I I. K. Punk
-i ' :. ? 1..I !.. 'ic ? ?
>i I . i. w.is >? ' ? irgcal that ha
ng sin. ?? ti..- li ? .i ? bega I
"M-. .' " ri"). Tia ..r Thei
Mr. Martin. In tl
h- w .. .!?: j i ...
lions ..f !(. h.. ..;..".:? ..
th- I 'nlt< l Stati - i:. "i ? : ? i rove i
the > ie .! i.-.. xiii lan ? .-.-.,. .: . na
Pt. tel t Crlsea of the ll - -, ,
and Civil Power.' He
I .' ?? ..i In I- I "i. cn. -..fir-. - m.
; ?? !.. .. '. ? '." the ni eft) ? f li- ..- I - . I ma
.-..- t;...i un foi lunate ountr) wa
i Ile said that Dr. Mci
? I' \ ,!,,.' iguai
l| ? . il. , ?
Be I Mil
i the fl
I ? ? ?
.. . . . . .
I i \i ?
able . ? ? ? ' Th? i' ; polll
i? ? ? nyl
I' ? ' ; ???::.
I ? i' . %
w ,i.-.| ? i. ? - - poverty and
?talk trlumi haul
? tie ot ? ' - he addi the
K b> an old lad ? ?? ?? I w .
??? anl ih c *.iik bul people took ll -
' ..'? .rh"-!
PRAISt. ? ni DR lim MES.
-i:i:\|..\s ny THK KEV l-l- CHARLES ll : > ON
AM> i: ' |ail.I.KS
Th.- Rev It Charles n Katon at th.- ct. :r h
if the Mvlne Paternity, Klfth-ave and Porty.
Ifth -i . preached yestenla) morning on the aub
i" t of "I?r. mi-..-i w ? ndell Holm' . and Ihe lt. la
hms ,,f ihe Physician lo Religion." The lexi wa*
'!..in Matthew \. :?; "T.-t youl light so sim., bi
'or" men thal the) may ???? your good worka and
tlorify \our Father rn hlch I In Heavi n " Pi
Baton aa) 1 in j.ai ?
Where then- are thr.- ph .re will be
wu ath'-lst" So tim r." mediaeval proverb, In
a hl< h t hei. ma ) ha \ ?? i. en ? u lal in
>t truth : .; :i a ouUi h.- an altogi ih.-i ? I
tatement to-daj lu sa) lhal the pt..f< Hon hd
peen B* a bod) opposed le religious belief and
ra. ii . The contran would be nearei ii" li nh.
nu- pygmies ..f me.lt. ine leny, th. giants ailinn
hi exlster. and gov. rnmenl of ?;..! Thi mo I
mii,-I.I physician* from lllppocrate to l.ydenhaiii
til Jackson are exampli i of godllne* The lift
if Holmes, in Ita UrgeneBS nndtolernnce of faith.
houl.I p. a eonatant example to those who are
audra ntl In lu ? h...--n field
Ther- were tire., articles In his creed: "I be
lev,- tn no I the K Uhei Almlght) ' Thai wa the
list nol a glgantli being un a distant throne, nu
? us ^\ machlna Thi* Hod wa* clothi i lu the
irlght garment* ol the unlver ? Kor him cal?
li.ism was .ni Iron nail driven Into thi heart ..f
nan. ills w.-r. annlhltnting blow* against the
ildeou* doctrine ..f damnation Second, 'I believe
h man He refu - J to aei-epl thi dm lilli" that
nen h-.\.- been made alavea by the force ..i out
'.ii clrnum lane , bi i the logic of Ede . r? t wai
aiwerlea* to urge it upon him Edwards'* teach
ng ot iiif'int damnation wa* lo Holme* erroneous
nd abhorrent "I wonder." hi wrote, "whether
.>]wardi would have said 'Suffer the Utile vipers
0 ...me unto me.'" Was not thia a wnw snd
rltty wa ol disposing ..f predestination? Third,
1 believe In progress. Holme* practised a large
tri Intelligent optimism "The Christian pe
nial " hi aald, "la untowardl) grave; In tlc pulpit
e alwayi uses the minor kej Optimism i- cl.ml
I..i enjoy* the lowei comforts of life." S.. Holmes i
elleved lint this world is ? training -.-h....! for
,-.. I ?!?! one hereafter, winn- the soul I* lo Loin
l more state); mansions, "leaving its outworn
heil by life's unresting sea."
The Rev I" i- c Bollas, who wis an Intimate
rp iel of lu. Holmes, preached a sermon .. ?
vening at ti"- Church ol th.- Eternal il.pe. ..f
.iii.ii he is nestor, ls his tribute to Di -Holmes,
.?Iii. h lie sahl he wouM style, "Dr Holmes and
t,e Qospel of cheerfulness," h.. saki In parl
Cheerfulness ls one ol the great blessing* of
f.-. and it has done much i" lighten the burden*
f the world, A laugh la often times better than ,
sermon, bul when it has behind lt Intelligence
nd h moral purpose, li becomes a precious ally i
' religion Dr Holmes was an apostle of cheei
illness and a benefactor lo our age: he waa lil"
blossom fruin Ihe old Puritan stock, and In the |
uno,is lumpur of longfellow, liOwel'., Whittler,
igassla and Emerson, ull of whom he paid pla; fui
r tender tribute he bad been consul, nous for
...I. than ball a century. He had sold lhal
...well sh.nil.I Le the om- lo Bing the swan Bonfl
f the company, but that ofSee had been reserved
Lying beneath Hie aril ol his poetrj or prose
nie was always to be found thc soundest view
f Hf.-, Hie greatest pracflral wisdom and above
\. iii" mos) serene ami liberal views of religion
hie service io | liberal religion Holmes always
?tel.ie.i, ainl lils scientific training uaw- him un*
soul power Iii .I.-hIIiik' with the per.I.-tine prob
?I11M Of III
Hr. Holies quoted a unrulier o' Holiness mora
?ri-.us winks, end sa'd that mon- than one tbeo
u;i"iil controversy had arleen over lils keen and
my sayings on religious topics. The pathos,
hlch was always so Rear te a lest, was will
limn In hla 'Oi casldnal and Class Mee! m.;
oems." and In his "Iron ilale" In cn-IIHK his
irmon Lr. Bollea recited the "Chambered Nau
MI.VKIt PLATS THAT vYEABS.
Meriden Britannia Co.,
208 FIFTH A VF.,
sjapisos mu ari:._
WHY SMYTH SHOULD RETIRE
SOME GOOD REASONS GIVEN BY THOMAS
THU RECORDER'S RECOMMENDATION OF 'TADDY*1
DIVVER KN'iUV.ll 'I" ''? i.NI'KMN HIM
Before preaching his regular sermon yesterday,
th- Rev, Thomas lex in, Jr., spoke on "A Few Rea
sons win Recorder Smyth Sh .nil Retire
The office of Recorder, hi said, waa one of the
most Important, if n it the moai important, that
was to be fl ? . .? thia election. In *ome eases ll
was nv.r.- Important than Ihe office ..f Mayor.
The Rec irder was the presiding "tiler ol -1."
courta cl irgi i with the en for ement of btw in
"N'.iw. one reason why Mr. Smyth ihould nlv.
ray to Mr rjoff," Mr. Dixon mid, "is thal his
frlenda profess he ls sn upright, honest man. For
this reason he should follow the example >>f
Ktraua A downi affor 1
? imblne i ,i ? any ll ill.
"Tl " if ll ? inly Judicial, but
i .. -i i ii t noi l . lils duty In the
over which h- presides, bul he ls rhargi I
that thi I 'i Ittort ind thi ' Irani
? ?., theil dutl Sch an ..tl!"" requires
, - - . ii , nii* ll should have n i
? mon ?? ?:. the band rlgands in
J', urti entl
"Again, Hi Smj th shoal I r- tire I
le to-day a ian pion ? t
? V. lr
: ?? .if icked .'
ise he knew he WU '.nain ge
: v . nt Ile
,,:,,- ol Sew V.uk
were t ri. (I : i > ?
???'ii. - on, but he
i it bil)
??c.:: know* the nei i- of thin city as no ol
."i ?-.-. - th ?
? ? ? :? i eel ' i
another reason: H< :" for
Paddy' li aval
Mr. 1 rea ? t from a
.. ! aa vrlttet ' Recorder Pm) th,
.m ls known Hr i '.w.-r per
? -. .? him to be in
? - . ?
office to a te I
v ,.i ke. p. r In chat owner
- ? - . hat that man shoul I
? . from 'ti" presld
- i- hirl i ? rs
? ? ? ?
; ? '
:? in i hm.- man. II"
;?' in ??? Be
? ?? l the
THE M'TY OF CHRISTIANS
gare j r i ? AKS OK Ml MCIPAI.
ri i kahn I' Pet rs, ; istor ? f St. I
ntntl ' Imsterdam-ave., ma le
ptloi . . , Duty" Ihe aub
j ? t thi
ll tea) wis iiik?n ?? i la ilah
? i md he quoted thi ' itlon of ia lah ,
... ,-s. th- rulers ^governors of the -
theil " .. po di on lo rob the
I j tied ii." a ? ked for a bribe ll
ti.-n quoted t;..- i iii empires, showing
: bel 1 I.- Bribst -. ll- |
|ter,>re pr. Pal ide nc?in?t
? - s\ Item ? me, we ail ki,-- a
I wa el rrupt. ?
y cor- I
Ht was. I
li. tc i reviewed ihe l.ejos Commlttei i work
. . . ? I ? i' ed l
petty extort nol In
ll I '
of the I r money |
tem ol ? no I in-- man
? . . .,
'.- asked; "Mayors ii
I ? .. . ?
i I ? M tym who ipi
In sp.-akl f tl ty'i
I-f n: 'li'
. ...... i
? ? .,???'..Il
lure pre va ? no dlf
' ... w I.. I i .1 ' : ii: ' iii .'. *pe !
lt.- tiing P. partment,
an I cm ???..'. ; ? ? i "ii -? i tepai tu
"1 ..?? Mavr pim eil thal
m.-nt political rest order - a mm
ip--1 pun. ? . . r tra
.hi . he !i i I . min'.' ? . ? ? ?
Monal .-. i ' .-' r the i '..tu?
ll.I ?lutie| erl Ilea; hi* d
co ver y resu 11 mi I am I
In I. . . tn full |
alon .-I ii- dep .m. ni
\ii Pen i lld thai the do I. ? ? t. m a
In-hind thi age, uti owing lu the In i in
I- ?? ie ? ai I corruptl ?!. ..: that l< pa i iment "
I li i >nt mu. I. ? i.. ,; "To cori t thi t . :?? ..f
tie. Pray, If you a .
nol to lu fought " p . ilk alone, lt I i i
be .1. lc ? ntl ??
lng aclf: bj doing thus, things wbl h are uni
ant, a hi h ne ?- - tat. ihe ... - nf .< ? i li Iv gi od i, ll
may la , ot . time thal w< h ul i.n gl? ?
Ins t.. the i. .| ii itiim ol w cn.I* An) rn in
W ho refuses lo give I ? ! molle) la
' In .'il dui) ? ? I,au. '
WORSE THAN IN THE DATS OF TWEED
THE KEV I'U ip . 1.1... M w 11:1.1..; why rjootJ 1 iii
BEN .!.'?! 1.1 ? 1 IMMAN1
"Whi ahould we oppose Tammany Hall." waa
the question Ihe Rev. Dr. E. H Holloway, pa tor
..1 the. Thirty-third Street Rapt Isl Church, chose
I hi ibjei i !..i a , Igonut i ivet non ut
? ' mon la 1 evi nlng. li I* 1. ? Hi .s t,> ... ij tl>..t
Dr llollowa) found n.> difficult] in advancing
reai on a ii Timm mj 1.ld nol only 1.p
posed, bul ern hi I oui of existence, He 'Iocs nol
h. Ileve th t pm .:, p.,un. ahould hay.- a plsce
in the pulpit, Lui whin lhere are question ol
truth and morah!) on one haul and lewie
1 ? "I ..11 ih. othet 1 hi i: If c. ii are so coe
ardl) that the) dare not peak ll la lime lo resign
all .la im to mau).I.
"The lin.- rn iii!" . nc; il 1 " he said "are
cl".uti defined: h. 1 mend inls crying foi re
lea ? from oppression, and outraged litlsens de?
manding pm. aid honi : government, on ..ti"
hand: on the other, a gang of officers looting the
? iii ii--.. -..!?) miserable ouica ie. leprous with sin,
.lam..1 lng for m..1.- po* ? :
Pi il..ii..wai stated three reasons wh] the cltl
s< 1. ol N -.. >... I houl 1 upposi Ho green goods
men, 'h.- .in.- keeper* aol thi criminals who tl I lei I
Hu* Tammany rank* Kirai, exe* ive taxation;
I 1 ? w? 1 ding .1 iniquity; third, protei ;lng and
. 1.: 1.1 onlng criminals
Klevi 11 milli.1 >n.11-. tn- 1 .-i.1 ii-i.-1. waa an
miall) taken fr.un the poor in ??? Ivi taxation
an.I tills mono had gone t.. build homes, to bu)
hoi ?? s ami ya. hla for the rlllanoua crew in . hui ??
..I the "Hy government, "ll 1 worse than high
way robbery,' he continued, "and il.Hy should
awaken and pul dow n thi curse."
li had siwa] , i..V'i a law ..I Hod and man thal
virtue should be rewenlcd. Tammanj ha.I re
\.-! ? ! thia rule, Manhood waa nol demanded
and 'hara, i-r waa pot wanted. Thousands ol
young iin-n had been robbed of their manhood ami
hun.ir 1 hi oua ii Tammany - pow er."
"if vice .m.1 corruption." he said, in conclusion
"are to be protected and enthroned while we stand
lill) by. lt ls tum- to conteaa thai u government
for the people, ,,f ih.- people, and by the in opie,
1- a failure "
PRAISE FOR ANTI-TAMMANY WOMEN
ii,.- Rev. Dr. 1 a. B Wilson, of the Rlghteenth
Street m k Church preached on good government.
lift nlghi A delegation of women, headed by Miss
Helen Nerick Boswell, s.n among the floral deco
ration* on the platform They have Identified them?
selves wini the Anti-Tammany movement, end win
hold S miss 1.Ung In th.- ROSS Bulldlttg, In Ab?
ingdon Bquare, WsSnasda) afternoon.
"1 am glad to have you here, 1.liles." eui |ir
Wilson. "I never feel more proud and happy than
Wheo I stand on a platform surrounded by pure and
' BAUMANN BROTHERS. |
OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO OOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOO
ssssl Special. Monday, Oct. 22, 1894. pa
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO OOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOa
CPECIAL attention is called to our announcement in yesterday's is ne. "Wc
have secured another lot of rockers for tin's week. Last week it was thc
light and graceful ' Governor Hubbard' which sold like wild lire. This week
it is. th? ' Harri's,' mule in two styles, one with saddle seat from heavy solid
wood, and the other with a thick sole leather .seat, otherwise called * Cobbler.'
^| These chairs are finely finished and polished, and are of a very rich dark ma
^ hogany color. Price, $4.2/5; could not be sold ordinarily for lrss than $7."
*T OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ^
5 M Everybody Knows J
J Bau mann Brothers," ?
? M;uiiif;icliir.Ts and Di'muimts of IrfMif Furniture, ^
? Nos. 22,24,26 EAST I4TH STREET, Near Union Square. 5
sT Thc Best anil *Iost Favorably Known House thc World Over. W
A HIGH-CLASS BICYCLE,
None Better in Appearance or Make 1
Particularly adapted to those who wish an elegant and,
at the same time, a serviceable wheel. Nine patterns*
'^-^^^eH*^**, complete Descriptive Catalogue Sent on Request.
Hartley & Graham, 313 & 315 Broadway, Uptown Branch, Grand Vak & 59th St.
noble women. It arl!) be the happli il lay of my Iii"
. i ?.: , to ti.?- polia an i ca t my ballot a .'ii my
Cr. Wilson then proceeded to i snat ne
? ; ? ., . - .-li irtc .mun' ? ' Tammany
i. ivi nimt-nt. an I "?? lldn'l any delicacy of
li ., iaii the various ofM ---li ildera ol
h k hot ? -? "Hut," la- continue I, "wi might
ird Gibraltar wltl - iap l ubi
t,, attempt i" ilrl ? it ol their fortifications
vin: worda fr../n the pulpit, We muat fight th-m
wirti our ballot! I tell you, Kentucky needed a
-. to tun, doa i the man sh.- didn't want.
N.-w-York n.la women to take up arm" agalnat
... . i ? -- e them fi im the aurface of
. il life
"BOODLE" TO PLAY PPS BART.
AN OVERFLOWING DEMOCRATIC CAM?
PAIGN TRE 18URT,
I ...ff: ???'!. DISTRICTS FLOODED WITH MONEY
AND EXPENSIVE HEADQUARTERS MAIN
TAI ff Kl ? IN l-l li i: ' if i'll' >FKS
Bli INS OF Pi ?'? ERT1
[BV lia BOSAPSJ M tiif rsini NT. 1
vV ishlnal m. Oct. 21 n to be?
i . ? t the ofl - f tl Demo retie ?' in
mal Commit ti ire trying to play 'poaautn."
? ? me timi I hi ?? b ive been pleading |
? . - that the) oe 'upy ?; i
1.. a i i.:,i-1- : ? % near
gt n, for which .. high rental i^ paid, i id
thal i largi indvxi en re taff of a ' I i- i.-rk.-i
and other employee la maintained, In addition to a
strong corps of Oovernmeot employes who have
been detailed by heads of departments and bureaus
.? the committee In Its campaign work, la
ire i is to Imprest evert
fill observer with the belief that th.- D*m ral
? gn treasury lia-, been snd li more liberally
?I arith ttl" sinews ..f war than In .-my pre?
vious conical when only the control of the ii i
H . ??? ni'.. ,i ii it stik- I ?".. M: \\
.. ? t li '>'. il Virginia al me, lt ia ai rted i n
ii ii)', not le than I
r ten poured I be li i -1 - - donal
?; h is pr i?' ?
' ," ir i' ;
fl ' "WhltH Hu.i . . 'I ,.? ? ? V\ a> -
iii i '.: lt ia known, t that a
: ? tlc
tin III; v. ? - ? \ .-..;; i I "-??' . ? ? ? ? Vi leraon,
the I lemon alic .- ni lldate,
Jt 1~ ll-.. -I
:h it iii ? I lemo, ntl.* <'uni ? nmlttii
: ? lill r
ri ll).I : rom -.'..-: . itP -
In ' 'lu i (li ith ri 1 ii.llanj
. I .: \i Iel Im in, \\ 1
? o '???? W
have . i- in in led '. lave"
h'Hi.i iaii candidate* In Virginia, North Cai
ind set -.jil i ',.r-..i" - . ? ..tn.-r
. ?? , of M ; 'Ixon'a line, a hlch In
prel ? - ? . imp ligl - ha*. ?? ii ?: nu I ?
ia"- ipoi ? Dei ii' tr-'a- ii \
I: :- ;?'. ?? . i.'?? t ? ? ? il : '-m.i
. ? ingressl ina men itu hea lo ur
est .-i .mn it will li ii?? ll irsed i $.''.>.
imp ilgn, a i ? ?
.'rung ii om offli el Mern ind ??
lr.- iL-n-r.i! I i .\ .-I n.ni-i. . lt I pt ibabl) twice
i ? much a - tin-- rommittee . \.-i expend. I In an) i ? ? -
viona i' a,.;'.-.-a.n il . amp iii-.n. a- Tlalnly
ten time* ..i iii :? a ^utii ,.- the Republican (\>n
lon.il I'ominittee haa '?.n abl? to ? immanl
for ii-.- legitimate expens.** of the magnificent work
li haa done ind I Hill d lng In thia . imp ilgn,
CARLISLE BE UN'S TO WRIOOLE,
I i". INO .'i !>?? \l'i: Ila '\l rifK KV WARD Di
i.i:mm\ in WHICH iii: ii u'ED niM-?ia.r BY
THE AKItl ru- Wi: itOKTi IJ lil .('lill IN
Ingl n, 11 st. -" (Sp dal) In lil- seal to manu
;:i tn.it'll il for tin- ni.- an I
t ol .:??.: I and dian lit | ai
? ? ? haa outrun bl* |u Igm nt, an I
i'|? fin la hlmai ,f In an au kw.ird pr<*>ll< menl If
ai ? an I dep irt itt m of on ?
?. VI ???? ;?;??? Hi-i'i m ii i .ii - aervanti whose r mt
uk' Into the I ni: I Sta tea the li 'retar) declared
? ii the ? .'.dence aubmttted to be a vi il i of the
"ontract Labor law, he aeem Budden.) to have
rered thal the effect of v. - actk n wou I
to promote than Injure the pnospecta of Hi"
:? publican pat ty and ll late for (Joven
n the Kmplre Bl ite Thal I | regreta t li it
? ted bu iwiftly and Inconalderatel) upon the
ma .f -..m.- of in-* aubordlnntea u
?li.nvii Li ih.. fa ? i m: ha haa ordered s thorough
..iii.ni an l careful review of Me csse bel
ii' i iken i ii .-..ur-- . Kia tar i\
ii 1.1 do uni would n? . ? ?? i. ? i. ? n ma I
f li had nut been fur the lu Ucl il Int**! . in ol
he m? mi nu of the law b) J mig.' l?arombe, a'fio,
ilthough a I '"inoi'rat, ,: ..-- :. ?: appear to be a i i
lt is barely poaslblc, if Indeed, ll li nat extremely
na. ai.!", thal .<-?? i-:ai\ i'ar;t*i>'* definition of -
? ti-111ii? ? -? "a pernuna! ur .:.!?:?-m.- nervant" upon
,'hjch hla Ural ' i I dun reste .. na- L..-.-1 up in eel
?ii observation* and experiences ..;' irs
wn. If a c.ii.in. ? ..iii r's couchman, footman and
mtier are borne upon iii- rolli of bia department
nd paid from the Natl in ii Ti eaaury, lhal i '.iH
..?I officer mien be t?oun t i i Inalai thal neither
he coachman, footman nor th" bull i la a
mal or d im< it lc set rani " Kven a I tem icratic
'.Lin.?! officer ahould I" credited with a deelre to
rv.' hla consistency in ti. ttl- r - affecting Hi"
nt pretatlon of Hatti ti . especially while he U , n
ix I uk' iii.- benefit of iii.- service* of three men whoae
..mi.m.. I aalarleu tpald b) i grateful ana generous
lovernment), am..mr to C. ISO a year, or more than
ni'-fourth aa-much .im the aama Qovernaneai allowa
lim as tk'.ary.
TLLEEER'or FATHER COXEOLT.T.
Th" Rev. .1 N Connolly, private secretary t>
Vrchblahop Corrigan, i icrious'.y Ul with typhoid
.,?: al iii" lunn.' ii ih" Archblahop In Madiaon
\.- So critical waa his condition on Thurada)
Lu his confessor, Father J. lt. Dewo.f, ".' the
'ollege .a St Francta Xavier, was sen) Later
'airier Connolly rallied somewhat, an.l lt eras
bought necessary to administer life Sacrament of
^Father Connolly, who anas educated In Rome end
i onl) about twenty aeven years old, h.is b ???n th-'
a .-iii. h p'a |.ii\ a.- secretary sin.'.- the Rev. Dr.
LL'.nn-ii waa promoted from thal dosi lo be
t:-ho|i ..t Brooklyn. Ile ki nol .. atrons man. Some
f his brother priests think iliat in- contracted the
I-.-as" while bethina Borne time uko al Munni .?*;
'Incant, mi the Hudson, during a rtell lo the con
enl there lt was s week h;o last Thusrdaj thal
.- tonk to hiM iir i, and one .Uv lust week his tem
erature rose to lui'y nix physician, l?r. a. If.
a on. ls ron-rant In hi* attendance upon him, ana
n-re ara also two Slaters of the Hon Secourl from
i? convent In Madleon-ave. ana Blghty-flrst-st.
ho are nursing him night an.l day.
Mani callers l"fi their cards yesterday, aceom
iiiii-'.l Ly verbal Inquiries, and were Informed that
ie young prirst was resting sasy, Father Newey,
ii.' of thi- i'ailii-ilral priests, Ih laking Father
onnoi :> ? place during lils lllneaa I
5KAL AND PERSIAN LA.1B
M lin: in ORDRR.
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V ? MKNT li .1 gu .--. Awarded harh
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and New Opera. Advantageous arrangements ?or
(amines. JJc-.utiful Hail, Larg- Drawing lljjnis,
HL-.trlc Light, e>c Telegrams. "LUUibloa.'*
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Itcatlon In The Tribute.
XEWS <n THE ARMY.
Waahlngton, pct SI (8| lal) The annual report
of th.- Adjutant ?; trmy, whick has
omnn ndationa to ,vi- military <ter
? tieneral Ruggtea'a remarks relating te 'he
i-rnee ce of if th* Army aa m'li
?4iy inati h. ? a, tba ada*
f tn.liam i imber and n.ii.v
?? ; ?-: es>
\-- v bAcert
aa prof. asor tactics I military i free tit the
? in.' it Institut fi ntry QenfMl
tugg.e* ?iv.- thal then I lety-flVe untver-iiUea
, ..ni collegee a ? ??' rs are on such daly, 4!
, whi h there Ia a ?- younis
1 m. 11 . 12.269 of tlu- n imber
wi re :. of
j the suthot tl< ? - where the) were In
1 attend ince The aptltu le ol 1 mill*
iiry Instruction and tl I -? 1 tak n In the ?ub
. ? - .ii.- report A
to be high!) aatlafactor) I';. Indian la not re
tlsfacj r by < ?? neral Ruf
laal year five In'.-..ni companies
.'.i\- I"-n I.-, mtlnued, and there are now on.y
;-n companies remaining In th" Bervice, namely,
six troops of cai In tan*
unly fortv-slx Lilians were enlisted in the
l?urii g the 1 t ended 7.817 mi B ir.- re
ported t. have enliated. *.'f the number t.''-'?'? wire
born ai 1 J.8?l ??;' for Inn birth; 7,352 were
white, Ui- colored un 1 v. Indiana. The rf-v. of tne
great bualncs* depn *lon throughout the country
his been oi my, affording rn
mit) of ai . . , illy d ? . ? -
crulfs to the best
imber ot rm n a ho pi 1
The rei 'i ..f th.- mi 1 thi) pay of the re
la report' I t.. be rion* to minter) .(..?< ip
Oei. -. lan on the iud
.. 1 a- it- pr ? il ? !?? ration
ha - t ii
?Minn; po?i exchange*, Ad Ul mt-iLneral
a ire at one : I - ? I*
- club and ???. 1 ra tl vi store, A| rlod of fi.e
? 1- ?... ?? ipa. 1. ???? -,.-.. ?, ?.- the -.-..;?.? -.' a
Inaugurated betll tl I ??ai r,
? ichahgea, il'." I ?
tal an h ans about BiJMJRS.
(iver r.':'.."'i of tn: tum .- net profit to be u- I lt
lng the uuuntR) ar 1 Improving lin* >,ri. y
.a the men'a ta .-? -ht.;... | b) the Government,
? ? ftt. lal repoi: - from r iat comm iu.y
er* of Itu Vrmy, seventy-five pronounce rK,t:, ???
changea of much ?benefl 1 ilUtar) discipline. ae*ia*a
are non-comt nly two oppose the knack*
An Interesting stat mea relath to, desertions
fn in thi rank* n \ Iven It ahowa that th" number
of desert I na for ti"- past rear was only l.fH, .1 de
.1. I-.- ..r i?i*i in iii.- number reported for tbs pre
re ling yeai, A majorit) ? .. . ? irn a ia
the .as.s of soldiers serving1 in their rrrst v*.ir of
.ni Disenchantment, homesickness, eaten*
Klement* and othei cause* peculiar to Lndlvtdusl
I ; more ? .p 'd iib ch? k m 1 for <"? * Irawn
clothing and the i 1 ntlon of *? per moath of a
rnan'B pay, are stated to be the principal causes Sa
Captain Kuan u. Wallace having raHsaM
rh- examination Cor promotion to the .grade,-(fat
lommodoi and Lieutenant-Commander Frank
lln liam' ri the examination ter command, r.
? ? ii-i bert yeatei .\ ? ? tlfle I rinse ottl
cera to i*re -. ari! f.?r 'it te the
advanced grade* ("apia Walla a wi* ap
pointed to thi aervlee from Kentucky In }*?'*?* end
I'oaimand r Han:.na entered iii- Bervice In 1x3
ir. in New Vol k
The ? ure lefi Southampton 1 ?teriny
i. on n r \\.:> ti sp nd tm winbar
In the Mi Uti n ra m. a hi re lt la I'.kel) thal one or
in." additional veaaela' will he asalarned .to Ad?
miral Kirkland's fleet, iii" European Squadron hav
ln| conalated of a single vessel for the last nix
month* The Mnchlaa. whi h mil be Inspected .it
Nee Yoi li ,:i\t VVednesiluy, t.-j expect! I to sall for
t'hlt later lu the n.k sh" will nirry j*?*w ?m
munition lo the itilcago an.l the taro vessels will
probabl) met lai' llbraltai
Major T J, Haskell, Nth Infantry, kai 1.n re?
lieved 'linn duty al the United States Infantry and
Cavalr) Hchool Forl I-enveoworth, Kan. and ai
signed to th" Department of Colorado. Colonel C.
T Alexander, aaaistant Burgeon, baa been detattsd
is ,1 member of tl'" board or' officers convened tn
New-York Cit) relieving Major V, Harvey, nan*
ond 1.Lin.nani Frank Parker, 15th Infantry, and
Second Lieutenant T <l Carson, 'tb Infantry, hans
1.11 transferred to the cavalry ann th.- letter be?
ing .issi,-,i-,.,i ti, Troop L, "th. and th" for mei to
Troop ?'. nh The Secretary of War has detailed
Captain Edgar (*, ilowen from the retired Hal .f
the Army as military Instructor al St Paul's
8 hool. Qarden Pity, l-l.
The annual reports ..f C.Terni Mei Vnk, com?
mander of the I>epartmeni of Colorado, end Gen?
eral Brooke, commanding the Department of. the
l", ,:t". \\' re Issued yesti rday
"It will all come out
in the wash,"
ii you usc Pearline.