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THE DEAD MERCHANT.
a LAST HONORS TO A. T. STEWART. TOI rnn-ui. aim _nmr_M or the un IEA,.t'K til*? AND APPOINTMENT OF A COM? TIE W ATTEND THE OBSFQl'IES-RESOI.UIK ANy AKDItESSKS? ADDITIONAL DLTtiLS OF : amomyaxttt 1-iFB am? MM BOM IIIIMl-lll Dacnnan and annxaamnnona. The ?bath of Mr. Stewart and the probable resi ?a? th?' vast business he ha.1 built up still forn tbe principal topic? of conversation throughout city reaterday, and all obtainable inf..rmation t ?eaaiy Maeeraiai the life of New-York's rich mer? haut, ami the probable disposition of the: ???us?' Batata, were cantrht up ea.orly. '1 funeral will taha pla.o at St. Mark's Ti ?Btaat faaniifal Church, ?>f w\)t\om Mr. stew ,?X|ij a hallar, to-morrow msealng, Blahop P t<-r asada? Hag tl?? services. Lust eraatt-i tin Dai UafM Hub held a Blllitiag at rcsiH'.t tag I Btawarfl memory, adopted appropriate resolutio aI?l ai?.ntt'd a committee of 50 to atten.l tin 1 ncral. Kctimrka Whnu M - hv Jo-t'P !i ?? <-^?a mtar f? ?pal, and Parke (iodwin. PBEPASA-fOH FOB THE 11IMBBAI*. TIIK SEBVICaa TO B? III 1J> W ?? MAItK.SCH.'KOI IM.li.Mi.VT IX TIIK. (lit KlllYAltl? - BISII torna to c_n__ci the s-Brrcao-^ina pai m _aaaa Judp' Henry Hilton was at the residence Mr, OUSBrt v- -stenlsy in?.rnin^, .itt'inliio.' t" the rvf Mmotrxotan. Many ?a*. MnMaf IM family sau Issaa?ali ail* _m.MewaH, aa.__awWtMtama BSSBBf t?a M-itors. An I?S ihroiii, ..itIn teil ot un .?a: hi'tir .?ii tli?' Blm? immediately in front tlio issMhi-o. Ti'.l BBSBf, Bartao?f nt tbo callo tin- cue- "M the aa__ ?*?i tbo drawn ?lmd.K, anil pi Usalaili al Isa snatBirtsl arlaiswta the aaaaai bM the mat- ai rM?W ra?s?_. and winch alaa?gB token laaaU?Ml "f Ufawitbiu, A police ofllccr audt' (!iii'l"Vi'-s Ottht liiitl'-st. store ?to-"! mar the jx.rtleo. prevent il.e niti"si.ei of merely BBS?M p.-ruons. 1 body ?>f Mr. st.-viirt WWt lymir in the "lice room," which he ill? ?I. n ?BBSi in :?n ice-box. Th.. body B pnilt.ihly I?' ?MSI '1 for burial this ruirniieg. Yoatmtt p)i(.t<>_?i|'lis('f tii.-fare were made, and tbe ?li; b? f? th?-:?* B_i B_B -f h-.vitiK h mask taken of Mr. 8t?w._ loatuit -.-,. The taw ral Brraaasiaruts wore aoadaded lust a? saIn The s'.rvit-cs ?-?.,!'. iv i-cii bi-.it. a at st. Mark'sPietsata MMBfal C?nub- at Ol iiml-a\e. rrnil Mut vi ?.?lit M , lloVli.ck t.'iiiuir.itv ?n..riiii.u'. ainl the r? BHUBS will lr,torr?"t in Mr. .-t.wairVS bM?] vault iu ihe chin, yard. Mahay Fa-tar wtO eeadael the sarrias? _ ionium B l-K-.uhi'l it wi.l probably ho (i.liw-r. d l>.v M Stewart-, linst-.!-, in?- llev. Jlr. J. H. Itylancc Pt. Minks. 'Ihe I!? v. Dr. HBfOBB B. IjTBft |r? IgrxpecD'd wll als.? take part In the aMafBBM. ?1 BIBB?11-li iiBTaB_t ireiit:?iiitn were nmm atsi to I asBB-Mstani KxOar. lota A. Ute, as-Oar, E. I M.aaaa, H? ??? Baa. W_. M. Brarta, i_t_rCooper, CM? just:?, ctartea P.Daly, tcaSa?mn u.E. Darles, Bor null's, _ i- sun:;, Will?? U-hey.Jaaoh i>. VeneU] Krif ' James La.ni?., Stephen Wray, ami C 1 1.- si-t-ll. Goo. W. Ilaiiilll. Sexton of PI. Marks, is the uni. rtak. who Ttiii havi'?hi'.r_i'of iBa akaaqalaa Ha aaadnoli the fuii.-t.il of P. ( sidcut Lincoln. Tho BBSkSl B ?I! IK' ? heavy na?, r?ala, aal aarars- alti Mask rah? t. it al bo tilnniii ?1 v. ?tb BBSS?agS of ftolil,1ailthe BBS?QM Wi be of K?'1J- Tli.? iliside ??Bfl will ?.?- p__B BB I tt WUI satin. Th-.' ss_?-faBM is of nh?r, ami Basra the .1 bbbMIm : Alo?tiulii T Stovt.trt li- :;? 1 -.. 12, It* :?. Mad Aaifl :?', 187* Ton aarkirl at itt vault win Maaaaaadtaaaa?arM lim-d altt shut !(i??l, a provision .1? tun it ?-. by tl authtuiti.i vaars ??n lateraaaai tai.ts plaealatbaai city atarsk yai?a. TBa n bibIbi a ni Ha la ?tala al tM laaMaom hon i till 11 a. t'i.. Thu.r-'l.iy Th.- i-asi.i-t \m'I n-st on a hi? Mis? otaca, win ba sanrarad .>? mi riAeaarllfe tawar The fl'ial ?l.??(??). atioDs will he very ri?-h. A'linl-sioi) I fci-0 the it mains will lie ??rant.-1 only hy tiikit. It thouu'ht )Hi~siiiii that rni-id? lit Oraat, tta ?a? a Msb of Mr. Usaart, ??n sttsai the taasnL IM saBplojrta < Wr. Htewatt ii. an letafl aad aMlcaak itorea, w.n i Bjtasa an ti|'i>r,r'. unity to view the PeWIS?IB OB TBbtB?I inorniiiK- A p_ta hlack hearse, with ptaSBSa. ami dr.itt by tt?o blink her? -, will coi.v.-v tl.,- body lo IM ehur I It liael MSB I'll-1" ??'I tiial tin _B?SI !? 0 of St. Mat V should h?' ?'i??.-iie.i oa Thontof matmtmg n na goman pubi'?-. i-iit la-: Sfaadafttvai ?l.-.-nie?! to aa_dtaaaa to any l'art "f tlio chui.-h on the day of the taasralBB lamaral?M aitk a ttskst IM _ml 1* small.am Will not ?T-.it comfortably wore than MOpsraeaa III j.o.si-iMr that 1,'_ KMnay |BlB ad?iBalBB. The int*?ri"r o thu'.-Uurtb. Itk.- th.- uiBshn. i- aidIBiBiaaed, tad BtaO I; in a|)is-;iiati?,,-I and richly BpOO?ktorsd in BrfaasOB dBMBBS The ?iii-h nt pswsasn pal in ithout thiity yi-.u.s BM They art <?luimxlioii?, vti ,1 .Ti-hii.iied, ami the ihiinit; arsMar) ami of ]H?ii.tii?-.l BMhogai y. Tha doaMa i <??v of winieiws an- -mall i.i.dnl dtagT Wnxn wWh plata ? ?"! orwi whwa boat an. The sitar a piala, ami bath tt Um beautiful I'ct.-in. the BBly acaSflfaaM I'l? ??? ..f ? hi.nl furi.iti.i-.- to l.r BBSS*. I? it.?- iiiM-.-ipti ?I, " I ;.i- iu.se 1 live ye ?hali live al.-n." ?several liit-liM__l talilti. BM bull Into tlM '-valla. Mr. ht. wart ba? owned a js-w In the chiitrh for 3( y.'.r*. He w:u. not a retrular utt.-i.'btnt, Lut was fn MBilly n.-?-u m bis paw, N" WS, i. lit tlo tiuiri: than bal way up th?- ttiulf aa the lcfi MdB <'f IM ehiireb. Th? pr?yer I.-...W-. ?n tin- t.ick Ix-nr Mr. ?stewartV slgBaMn ii Mien taataaai Mad.aararad araloagM?rt_a Tb? Bfxo'ait i*w frmn Mr. .stewan'?, next t<? the east wall, b Mtat of th" ftuyvesatit family, at rau?-c'l In (he old slyb with double ?.-at? and solid table, BBBfUBta- by lar?.-, pouts like I.-.?. 8t. Mark'? eliur.byard 1? one of tbe BMSl ?|ii ? t and ven eraMe lbii'lmatl ? ?ti th? city. It Mai innnl? totMSM olthe ihunlii,and n-ts on BasSB l-ave. ami SItVomiI St talSM ami 1830 It was h.r.ol.v converted tut" I burial pisas Bf the construction of family aadargiaaal vsult?. Six uoble and far-hjireidink' ?luis gire a N-autl MaaaasasBM t<> tbo shankjrar? ihr.-o ?f ttalata BMaaaaaaaaataaaMaB in tin- center al the yard, ami i few Mapa from their baso .le* a tablai bearing the iu ?criptlou : i No. ll'j. t A. T. BTKWAKT'8 PAMii.T roma. This marble ?lab, ??BStasad by the weather, will ix: lalited ou Thursday moruin;'. The vault already SBBtalBI the remains of Mr. Stewart's mother, bi.? two children, wtiobtittidi.-d youiiK, au?l MM Cliti? h, a n ec. of Mi*. Stewart. K?st of Mr. ?Stewart'? vault sro the family vaults ?f John A. Graff and Edwin Town?, ?il, on the south ride tho vault of Georjco WothiMBBasa, dated mir,, and on the west, the vault of Ih aJaa_B Winthrop. Swli ola* Kl?h, father of the Hon. Hamilton Kish, Becntary of State, lie.. buried In a -ault oear the church walk, and Daniel I>. Issaf-M once Vice President of the lulled States, ?? Inter ???1 in a vault mar the ve.try door. Hut tbe most venerable ol the ?lead or St. Mark'? Chiiribvanl li x in a va It mat the ea?t sail of the ehur. b, und I?. MBUagataMd By I fr?e?ttitie lahlft fa?teneil t?/tlie wall, Im-ihiiUi tbe BBBaM window, ami N-arin?, the foihiwiiit; iiisi-ii|.t|in, : ?? in thir vault Baa I'liried l'etru? .Stiiytr.salit, MB fUflBlB OSB?Bi and Oatttasi in (.'hlef of Aiii?tcr.l.,m. in New Nether la-1, now culled Uaa-Tssfc, ami the Dutch WSM lu?llau MBBM Mad in A. 1)., |?n ; BfBi so y, ur.." A faanijr-_uU UI<n,.a yctontay forth, reception of we remain? of a parishioner of another church attracted ?moustrow<>? ^ the iron palm, of the church vard. the ?Mm ptrvalliuB that tho mstM was pSBBllBS for ott. eiewart ? luutral. TBUVn OPTHK I'NTf.N I.KAC.t K CU'li ^?nj:2_rfc^^?^? ______""^^-"k-m-ii'.nh oo -aaraci AtHjm.n, AND ? C0MMinKK AVl,olfiTy?> aman na nnak_u lo "The members of th? "-t m . or i,'?p. 11 to toe memory of Mr _? _ _ and?oprae-MM wanoZnaZafsA?? "''" _?__ .committee to attend ihe tnttt^^ZX^^ held in .he theater of th,- Club. unt\unZ___TS* "T jooo after | o,l,*k by J^.b U. VboZ^V:^, ?_iiiiS^?lB_ytT_^r? ?aataaarapriau that, he_rin?of the diatHi _-? *'M laei.t a BBBsaBar ?uni ..nicer of the Club m Mr h ,,r""'" UN-Ciiib should couie toK.tl.er thus mU_ ^'/w--'?. eelvm-r the lutelllgeno?, do?, I hope, to ____?T\?.?_ SSSL^SS* ?', *u,?^' ??_* of oounT*Ti? StoUble and uni vori-l. and from which mV Bjewait (?ould no more escapo lu fi, ?cl? faatataa life but to do a, we mo?t approprtat-l? -put on rwvord our appreciation o? thoV? great nu'lii.t? of character which he BOMSBaad, by whleh? he _,-'rv,(? ?he mata lucce? which ho utialuod, and also _Tr__n A vil\u" ot '.c,,''? n?,,uro wul^ *!--___e__h-_? t-W--_-. ??.?*? MPlrtBtlUB a?d eat-inUon o ahich .T \\MttM> "? fibon personal tie? by B___?___._!!___, lon? _*n "Mijiii wat a_T^i ?_?.' S ^ PrH^- odA welfare of thli aisoeia S-??-1 ^"?le _ & ?',"??t t?? only oraaniiedassoo-T Osa ia which ho, dunn? the law years of __f_to2__ ?V aoUva latarest and any pattlclpatlon __ S\?__Z and here we have been able to nee him outsld of his great business relations and have unde: aood how worthy and valuable he wao as citizen aud ae'a man. His urnpiestloned patriotism hi long bees conspicuous, and no wuere in a more marke degree than within these walla where we are not gathered. I think from the very origin of this Club M i?-wart has been one of its most activo und devote members, and there has been uo patriotic purport o effort in whicii this Club 1..? engaged tl?: has not enlisted most warmly his svuipatii and bis support. Those of you wh were personally associated with him in the ?lays of th earliest history or the Club know very well how arden aud unconditional his loyalty on all occasions was, thii he was ready lo go as far as the farthest and to do a much as the mont zealous and the most patriotic in ever thing that went to the sup-sirt of the Ooviinuc? and the suppression of rebellioa, and of nil th disasters with which our f.ovcrnnicut was threaten??! V?ijienever the ('nib has seen fit to engage, in any politicn affairs, Mr. Hicwart has contilbuted ?berall?' in luonev in MTMS ami counsel, and m personal lnfluenc and attention. lu all the ?freut uudi-i takings ?of the Republican party?In th naliny days of the party, when it was engage? in ?peat tilinga it had nowhere a more zealous and mon ardent and faithful advocate and supporter than be ; bn be never blinded himself I,. it? defects. Ho never sough or gave applause t? its weahnesses and it?, folUags, sua think I cini recollect, and I beUers very many oi >oi ? all r?-collect, moat euiphnlie interlinea "ot Mr. BtOWST in the la?t year of his life, m favor of that reform am restoration of publie virtue which we lielieve, througl Uie coatlnned usefulness and activity of that gnat party is the best gaaraatos of the future safety and sitwoss i) OUT country. Mr. Hii'wart probably was as well known to the bod? of tl??' ? utleiiM-n who make up this Club in his person:, life and penoaal qualities as anywban in this eon mnnity. His unvarying and unquestioned inti-gnt? which he made th). corner-stone of liiswonderfull.il?! aeaa sacoeea, his intonsa dllkeaee in bnslnros. snd hli al?.?olut( dc-otioii Of all the energy of lus life sad of hi? ?harneici to its panoli ami its development, had her? found an appreciative oody of am etators and of (rienda Itsec-Nd to me upon receiving the sail which ?va, sa iiinin-r -naiv signed for a lueciing to be held to-night that It would be disregarding the wishes of the gnu I body of 111?- Club, aud thai 11 w.-uld be pulling an mule served alight upon hi? memory, if we should sot iims ao semble liiiineilialely upon receiving intelligence of bi? ll, ath, that tlinse who knew liiln In St might give ex,.|. ? H.on to their feelings. ?inU to the iippr? ? l.ilion in whleli tlicy held bun, ami til,it ihe Club liself might In jii?ti,e to itself and to htm who was on?: of htaolnoat member* and olliccr?, record its due sense of its life and of Ml ??haractiT. At tl-.e conclusion of Mr. Choate's address, T'tci (Vopci oiteied the following resolutions : Beeelotd. That the mwabsw ?t IhoUatos league CM ban received, with deep regtet, the latelllmaee of the death c4 Mr.Alexander 'i'. Stewart, who was from ii? 0i4.a11iz.1t ion an ii'lm- and devoted ii.ember of lie (lui), ; nd mi- in.inv year? one of its Vie. -I'n entente. Por inore than a generation the name of Mr. ?Stewart baslieen closely itleutilicil With the prOgTCSS and pro.p? lit? of Una city, to which Ins vast wealth and glgautic ?Suslness onterpttaea in a me..sue enntrlbnied. Thors was notblng accidental or fictitious In the marvel? ous aacwas of his nadertakines and the rapid strides of his fortunes. The strleteat latomty in every Ir.insactioii, iinnvnli'd ?l.ll.i me in bu?iii,-??, and the ab?, lute devotion of Ins lite to it? penults would doI slime hare enabled blm to achieve ancb signal coinmer CI..1 tri..uiplis, but all these great Virtues Wl*Te coupled with a matchless aealas fw trade, wblcb raised blm In e rlj n i;.hi'i..l lo a coi,?])ici)ous r.inil, and long I?BC ?. r.ir.-ii tor hilo Hie acknowledged position of the in.'st success.ul merchant In th.- ?? orkL Bui aotwitbslaadlus Mi Btewart'a latenae devot ion to hla own private nti.ei ?. he at all tlmee exhibited a publb spirit and a beartj In t. rest in tne welfare of blaelt? ana country, wbicb did linn gr.-nt honor and Inspired tue onnfldence ol In. lel* lo?-eiti7.eiis. He uniformly thn a bis ?hole aretghl Into IhS .??a'e for pure S?d ?.'?'in st gov. l?i in. HI anil a. .?n*t fraud and couilplioli and I 'lib.-rv in publie alian - lo tin protracted atruxirie whu-h the noneat p?..|>;. ol :i?i? cit.? ha?, waged al !? arful od?ta aga n?t p. lit!? lana aud pl?nderen, be na.?- Iba Indue-ce at bat name, Ma ?..i?:,?.l and bfi mam y t?. the right able, and every movement which aimed al tin. admlnlatratloa ?f in, i.fl.iii ? ol t..? eitv for (be good ol ita cttiiene was aure of lila aa;?port aad aympatby. In the couceraa of tin un* lion m- it?"ii ?m active and ant-lug interest II ? putrlot i -in was .? QUI ?: louod and hi? 1.? ally uucondltli UaL lie al led hiiii??- f ?vita the Republican part.?. ? bile thai pai ij was engaged in n? irreal Contcal in,, n-i ?....,. and rebellion, bul ???.:? Derer bWad t.? its faults, or dtsirooed lo applaud Its errors. J i ? ? experience and Mgaciij )??1 um) m !i.e ia?i year of bis life to pronouace mot empb iticaily lor reform and Ihe n-.iv.al.? nil u of public virtue, laths affairs ol this rlnh his ?nteres ami hi? Influence were very marked. Ue cootilbu . . iii.eiall? to ail Ita undertaklaga, aad entered Into them with character- tie sqal und euergr, laboring dlllgentlj to en r KM and Wldl !. l?s poWl 1 anil lutlui tic*. Eteateed, That as a mark of reaped to Um meuioryof Mi. M. ??al l. a ? ..nnii.it) f ol Fitly be appointed b? the l'rt lidi nt to Btti ml In? iiiueial. .Mr. ('?>?>;> t ad'!?-?], lu couiiiichtlug ou the resolution, a lew words, us lolious: We have been called here, my friends, bv the sadden a.i'i ua. \pet ted ?I. atn ot one who baa ??> long honored Una clnb aad ibis etty b) his rerj items kable aud useful life. Mi. Btewart diatiagiilabed himself i,y having adopted aad Sna y adnerealo s Bsod prindpl? i"i bis eulue hi all the vail bailases trausaenoni in wblcb ba baa I" <n so c\li naively ?liga...I I ??ell leiinniliei bearing blm exnreea deer?*- pieaaureln I be recollection ni tin-i ict that he bad lutroduoed luto tbs drjr c,??i? trade Wbal lie believed to In. a atrictlr li"ii".. n. and asolal metbod of trnaaaettuji ni? tmaines*. Hisp?an was in piircin>?c hi? geoda 1er e,tab, lu lar?;?* quantities, m aa lo Im abl? lo m II .? great satoaal of KOOdaflH ? small profil. las., rec.ll.ei >?! Iifiiini.' blm speak, with apparent pride and pleaaare, of bla liavlug mi...?ii... .1 the prai t??-; ?.; onlform bxi d pri?e??, e.'.ar.i!. - ail panons iiiik.t Lu tbe aame kimi ol gooda B'< must all acknowledge the great aerrtoe he h?.s rendered i.v h.s bariag made It, by bia praetiee, nnfaabional .?? ,'??r ?1. a,eis 10 lake impi ?i|a'i ad? a.tt.igi a of Hi? l( . ii-t.i,n i ?, by chaig.ng all hin?!? oi p::c ? to, ff'.t lue aale of their g.is. I bare long bopM and .?elii-vi-d thai Mr. Stewart Had noble purpoaea lot mod, which be Intended t?>.. , > out, and wbleh his guat w?calth and gi u* ral knowledae a??? had ao admlrahtj Httod blm to accompli .. U? have a??< in!-led lo-Ulgbl I<? ? X|,i,?, l?> Ioiid.iI ,..?? lutlona, our heartfelt wriow,caaaed by tbouaeiprcted .1. all, ...' uni lr.eii.1 and icliowiui nil?-! of Uns Club. TAMBE OOtoWtafe i:i:m?iiks. l'ail.e ?."flWfa M ? ?.n.le.I the resol.ill.,In of Mr. ('....p.-r in tbs foil? ? ?n?.' reinarlis : Mr. I'm ?il>?.*" r : >ln< 8 I . amc into the room I bare !? ? n requeated to aecond these raaol.it lona, aad I ?ioaowl Ingly, becuna? I bad toe pleaaare to be kaawatoMr. .??.?.nt for more than 30 years; not ao Intimately as some, but ?.un on friendly terme, sad perhaps in waya n..! parti? Ipated in i?? others. Ilia ominen? ?? m business lacaail] eiidalned?has been, uutoed, aell acoounlel lor b?- the I* son,lion? 1 n.it l.a.i .|.i?l SC ?? r. ad. Al ?m.. h m s p ii? ml aeaae imi llea .|iialiiv, and extraordinary aueeraa extmordlaarr qiudlty. Mr. -? ? ait en.i,ni.? poaeeaaed < ?ti.ioi'i.nar.? quallt ???. They wen. m the fl?t placo a wouderlul actlvilj an ?rii\ii? ever on the alert?which, In us sleeple?ancaa alio? i ?i s ? i ven) lo (-.cape; ?han in-v.-i ? a ?l.-.l an event bt ?? ml ot ?? ne; a plann. ?1 and organised uCtlTlty eTOt looking todefluite ends and panning Ibera l?j ad?quats means. lion, si (.?ally, a plonillntut qualitl ?aa good s? lise which Involves both ik-ii?-tialiou anil i-oiiipn-In ii-i'.n of rtaw, the poerer to r.?i?t the flattering aedoctlona ,.i su?, e.s and tin? iliseoiiinging u. ?.i'?-"u- ol defeat; lie j.rr, in a word, to look ai things Jest as they air, an* col,.nil to the Imagination or the hopea, to estimate men anil tilings by U.eli gnat ?urieaia, not Omitting nt the ?line lime Ihuea uadercarreats bj wbteii a batst? (t'litrol is modified. In the third place, and in m? opinion prettamlneatly, hi? great quality waa h.s eonatltullona] Integrity, whlc? mean? more man mere eaaetaeaa of word, mere fldclily to |'i?>!i)i?c, or even lion, ?ty mi'l lairne-j. In oute lid dcalinc, i"i eertaluly within it meaal s acrapaloua < ??n s? lej.tlousiiess in pursuing hi? aim?, ii. adhering tolda system wliatev? t II uilgbl on. nerei iiiverging Into ?p. i a lative ??iterpiis's. but carrying forward the tbina be bad in hand ?Uli all due diligence, all cm igy and all sin (? HI'.. .N ,\? IheSS three gnat elaSSeS of ?lualitles are, when coinaiii.il, the seii'ts of Un? organizing faculty. Mr. Btewart waa really an organiser. He organised aaba* i.iens.-biisiue?*. but if hi? faic had cast blm In other re? lations Of life, the saine cl..?ses of laiiill? would have carried him, if nol to an ? ?pial, to a very gr? at eminence of success. Had he lici-ii thrown by eaily association ami study int.. th? legal professh.il, i think we should hare ?sen bis nain)'iinn.ng tin' mo?t eminent members of the .?r. Wherever be would have Ix-eii, lila character and h - ill. ir.? aaraestaess and determination of parp?os, ?uW have worked oat great ?mds, n n??t so gr. at In tbet )..))_? iiau.le un.i extent a? tboMO whicii in- aciuaii.v achieved in another relation, other s|>c.ikeis, bopwrat, will perhana dwell boob these store obvious trait*?. M> relations to Mr.Btowartwereaotthoeeof bualneaaat all. Itlseom* in.ml? sail that bariiing ami llierature aie of no ass toatradsr. Thef wcrs oi rery groat aso to Mr. ?Stewart?thn weraaaohwaaadareliol ; ladood I may ?ay a sort ol intelbclii.il nail) Into v.hieli he souieliines ?iliilige.l and ? huh kept hla fiie.illl. -, litad a.i'i ?triilue?! by the demanda ol in. ?mot vocation?, np to the bight ol ti.? ir original vigor. In passing Into the w.ul'l Of books. he tempred tue aot ex? Iteroeata <>t trade, t?) winch th..?e who ai>-. ajcaged la that paraall an- Itabta. i?y exoarstona Into a cooler atmosphera aad among lovelier aspe?is of things. l.neoiinteDiin me once, on tin- Street, his qneetlon lo nu- vas, "Hm? is Un ant g Hing along with Homer I" 1 answered, " \iry weil) regularly aruey day SO Unes." " 1 'hat," said lie, " i? |ireclscl> my ?pianill V ol Lick." I > xpici d my ignoran, e of the fact thai lie II.i?l eon lu? ll..I i,:s ciassb atadles, when ne ?aid ha had ever aloee be ha?l lelt college, ml.ling thereafter by Way of variety honi" knowledge (it Ft.neb and (innnali lilcialnie. Now n se m. t<> im- a moat extraordinary thing ami a strong mark of character aad will tiiatan.au bameraed, aa he war-, in lack manifold, such delicate operation*, eould y. I steal fiom them MOM bonis to keep alive les coin palllonsiiipa With his ein I.v stll.ll.s It was lionoiable to linn ; II ?as an evidi'iiee of Ills character, and I know, as I Mid before, that It brought Him mSOh solace and miii-li Stn ngih. Home years ago, when I was In I.iirope, 1 ?pent a rood deal of time la \i?iting the various experiments which were making there towards ihe solution of that most formidable question?the proper relation?, of Capital to Labor. I went every where wne? I thought I could get Instruction upon the subject from pi act nal example, an.I ?Inn I returned, in a conversation with Mr. (-)? ?..it. I told In ua all that I hid h ained, ?I., n to my surprise he sal.l : " I have Ix'cii already in correspondence with over) man that you have BMSUtlOBOd connect? (I with these BBOTO mints. I know the history, the lieurliigH, the praspoets of ?very prominent or promising attempt which ii.is been made to settle tills dis].uto." 1 say dispute, for though Capital and labor at heart are one, they mltiimli-r sl?nil each other, and they misunderstand einh other I? cause they are both clamoring all th? while for their rights, ?hen the only thing they ought to eonsi'ler Is tnelr respective duties. That gen? erous heart? that same heart which sent tin- provision ship to famished Ireland; which brought relief to tin. cotton spinners of Lancasnlre: which followed the flre flend ?h? n he swept ?uh desolating wlagOTOT?Chtosgo ; which endowed our tJaultury Coiuiiilsslou dunnc the war with s . large au endowment that generous heart had already neeted, I may say, if he had not looked fully into tbeae great social questions, and this ?Teat last it u tion for tbo poor ncodle-womeu, this (larden City on *-"iig Island, intended primarily for tbe working men. came out of hla deep Interest In these profound social problema which aiillct and threaten our modern civiliza? tion. Mow, a meroantlle life of ao great magnitude which does not QTorthrow tbs tost? ft?, to* aria, which doe* not deaden and paralyze ono to tbe calls of the awcete nobler charities, is a lire, it seems to me, wortny ( veneration. The career of a merchant, it Is true, so resplendent iu historv, perhaps, aa the career of professions. We should not rank the merehant, ever succo-sful. with tho poet whom time himsel over hi? Bead and places- _____ the constellations . unper sky; we ?houlu not rauk him wit! ?talesman ?m whose In.? whf>lo nations hang for wi and on whose acts their salvation, perhaps, depeed. should not rank him even with many an unknown w for human good who??? name is only recorded I heart* of the rescued millions who have (-111111111110? in their love; but bei? Boas the less entitled m his in the gallery of meinorv, und never more so than ?j not f.irtretiiil of bis manhood, he has discharged ful obligations in llfe-a Stewart, Indeed, of noble the almoner of u illvino benevolence. (Applause.] The rcttolutlon* were hero adopted, aud ihe folio gentlemen were named as the committee to atteni Stewart's funeral : Jaims M. Constable, William IT. Lee, F.. L Fan Adrian Iselln, Charles I*. Kirtland, MB?Ml C. Ben? Samuel II. Ruggles. Isaae X. PfeSBBS, L. 1'. Morton, < (I. Landon, William lliake, Cbailos I_ Tiffany, WI! M. Vermilye, 111? bard liutler, John Crosby Ilrown, H II. Wale?, Heury (I. Stehl.in?, Charles K. Iieebe, li mind. Arnold, William K. Dodge, I?. Van Nostr Daniel V. Appleton. John AuohlBaliSB, Nathan (ban Franklin II. Deliuin, Chester A. Arthur, Isaac 8hen David Dow?, Elllot Q Cowden, Churlo? Bu Jackson 8. Schultz, William H. TOtJP, . II. Hall, John Jay, Joseph Sellgi Watson E. Cose, Francis T. Walk.-r, Isaac H. lia John W. Eigclow, WM F. Cary, Win. Horden, ? Hrook?, A. 11. Stone, Sotm Slonne, W. D. Cn-nw.-ll. If I Hood, Win. II. .hattet?, (h.... W.itr.'ti.s, siii.-htir Toi S. It. Glffbrd, KaMmuii Johnson, J. (.. A. Ward, Uci li.iker, fast a ad it. reams. The, BBBBttag tin u atljuiiriied. TK_1T_ AND HAB-TM OF MR. STKWA ms K.iti.Y days?what m: lanaamn mow Momn?nu: rooansnora oenss-ccn nCIDKNTS AND AN-M IMITES III' HIS DAILY I ?11.1.1 ran?noxa nr ran uann am? miai* 00 His OB?BM Tin. Tlie iiccoimts wliich liave been puldishe.l tha ?ai-iy um at Mr. BtesaitOMM in some details. : I ?T-oiial friends who Maw him from childhood an authority for tbe following : The ?x id date of hi. li Is illilleiilt to ?ijtcerialn, but the persons best Informe the ituhject declare that bis ago hs? been overcstlro.i by -oveial years. He was Imiiii in the tu-uhiiid of >! h.-ragall, two or three miles from the tow11 of Li-lu lit laiiil. At a \cry cuilv ago ! I? father ?In-1, u hen gi-ninlf ithcr, John Turticy. In intii? his guardian, : fiom him Mr. mpwarl Inhi'ilteil the sum which wan ?tatting point for BM colossal fortune. This sum I ?T?M) Id < receive?! IM lltst riidimeut-of his edileot in a pi it ate school m the neighborhood i?f gi'.iliillatlu-l'a 1? sliliTli'e, and ?ubscipii-htly Will H to IM Koyal College of ltilla-t. but never t-iiien.I Trinity Pp|!a_l>. Dublin, ai taaa ?luted. ?ftaS the tleith of his father, v atas a raaaastaMa tarmm M aal wealthy, in? mai married a Mr. Hell, who ufter ???me year? also ill s um nasa ad.r tin- Mas- <>f Mr. MU. Mr.stew.it in.itlu r a.'aiii inatrieil a Mr. Martin, ?Ahi'tn BBS) BM I vitod. Young Stow a; I an In ?I in N>-wY"ik when als I? i-r 1 - yiirs ohl, ami th?- llrit emploi ment h obi 111 a a. th,it o? an BBB si.ini IS?sal teacher, but he ??til.-- I lowed th?- pratesslea <?f taaahtaaj for a rasp tht time. When In- gave up tcn-hing helinol catatad into IM ?ir,- pasta Matoaai won 1 .iTno i.. ajaaatBed _as by hi. pn_?fata Babegaafe) lasportlas emnamttotmt tnmeoa ttmm a M Call? iiml of DOMfkadSB, a village mllsi'ent to I'lith-ph,..-. OasaMaraMa aaaaap wa? made bj h tl.lcilOi this em rprlSBi and he ?mill BSsM lar^. !\ t-> ! origin,1! sapttal of -700. He sent for his nioth.-r, v, .tii l?sate?la inland,avttasr, Mrtaf aarisd tin tnabanda, her ata ?Jcxaaaar tatas Bsrsaly ?utm-i 1 hihi. Ms WBsawoiiii.il of rare BBS?MMS i.ipuTt? qaalttj whuth Mm maaatttod lakes - a? Wary n BftCI 1er anival in New York she uiieiied a funil'.ii ?ton ita ? '.itl.aniH- -t., und can I? ?I en tbe hu?lu?-?s f 1 ..my )-??.', 1 a ?lib maik.-d success, but hu.illy, at t 1 Brneal ml citation of h-1 son. sin- gare ap toa atora a wi BI t" liv- -with li.m. continuing to Hilda IB hi? h"ii *it? 111 lor death, sin had aet\g redi oaaldarabls peeper fiom the tnrnitlir?- biis-.iii s-, ali-l nil of .t w.-nt Is ?"1 .li. i.tp,.lit a., iiiinil.it.in: wealth of her ?oil. IMSS Wl ? - I in* iiii.if* ||] .?? ?i un lut ?il -M it h I. >t li Mr. BtoWfl aad in- um.!.? ? ? i-, th.it tin-, h- ii- b Mifktaa Paasaislaa to e.n h i'tliil, an.I tli.it from hi, mother be 1 b'riii 1 tin- lAe.utiM- Mil iiii-n. -s BapasM wliieli were til? <li4iiigul?hin_ ? ':.. r.t- t. 1.-11. .\t tin-tum-..fins nu,tin ,'. ii.jiii ib?, -e. in ii M had a ipilr. ?1 from the ilry nno.ls BaatoaBB anil uiip-ni tUOn ? eil ?lie?.?e. and ntlnr artlcl?- for tbe protlii ll.-ll -,f All!. I. t',e III l.llb.lll.i of the BtaSa of III? i.in was e?-b fii.??eil. was ?iittl. ?eut Is Insure hi? afl.-r MBMBI 11. Badatartod in On an _t?ni ?t.riin.-, ?MM al th III if, to 1 m IB "f Iti-Uhl ami bus.tie-? 1,11 llll,-iitiut,?, w. aUlpletobiillilitf.Tti.liei.il. Tin? .1.111 he llii'ii-ascil, an ...un. in tin- i|e.iiii of hi. mother, th,- aim.nut wj fill the! 1 "il.U ?T .1. S nil, pi-.i|i|e |. 11|, -1 n: his 1 .lily life | abounding In peculiar e\peilen ????, .nid n?-ett thai I, t :,., . .1 tin? is-, b pallas of a pad?M aad atkas Ittoerai employment?. Th.?. ?t n.-s are total? without foiiiub Ma. Afiieiiilof Mr Btowarl r. latid un aneci?le fUtgOttO which tlio?.,I th- iiiethi-l- th ?t tin m. ,-, 1, tut adopt. win 11 eari ', IBS nil I STl li! b.l . |l ? '.n ?III re l-e |(|.. Iium lier of hl? eiislouier?. Mr. St' ml i...?.|i- ni.|.url. ? auinh bis fuel.. BI -tii'l h tiled the liann- ami it-shl. in a of th leader of fashion.ib:?- ?o, n-tt in 'he 1 Ily BM also th clllir? ll that sh- ?I'll ml. ?I lie then ?ought mit ?In settol of |M ' ti'ii? h sad hi---la 1 <?w din 1 ily In front of ilia of the Ud?. K.-gul.trly Miml.iy iiffer Sum?a? then nft.r be ?nt ?ti hl? BBBl ami took part li tb? wor.-liip. A few months passsd, ami on sun.I iy -is the 1 nign cation was a:?-it leaving tie ehiiicb it ?mhleiil? began to rain. Tin- faaUoaaBta lad.? MdB iiui.t.T, bul the ?iih-walk lit-t -t . 11 the t hnri I d?.m -ami tin roa ?way was wide, and ?ho stop|nil In.? i sa I] at tin? ?loor u] ?in paraalrtag IM aran ht mai ilre.iiliiig liijaiy to In r ei.stly itre-s. The f 11 .(ii.-nI ini-t? ami rata "f ta?aad Md Basai -i Mr. Btowarl ta f"rm tb Int'.lt of eau.', lug an uuibl*lla ou ail Ji). tt UM te ti. .tu? be had on. this SB],. Uilsliu H, he t'.l.l the li-iy h. would shelter Bar Bsaeatfe it aattl Ma asali walk t.. aa catilag.-, If she would aeci-pt the BBrrtaB. The pnlhi '.a..s iiiT.'pteil, be t?H>k ber to th? carriage, an?! tnt Martflj iMBMi, The Mtavtao Maaar, aftertta ? T. Id?, ?he Mildle??. 'I hllllltllll Itgalll tll.lllttfd him lot his Itliid.?. A short coliaiTsatloi? followed, aiiilor.it ?lonaiiy on Madajra that BaasaaMi, a? 1M9 aaw saashM out of chilieh. a f.-W' wold, passed between tin-Ill. Wbllr talking with a mi ml it of tbe church olio day thela-lf hirmilMi "Itewurt'it oceujistloii, and the next time ?he mel t?i ,11 ?til : " Mr. StcWatt. liavi- you any u.-tlelc? at your ?tore that you tli 1111. I would B?I to bu? I" ".No," he n plle.1; " I don't think I have anything." '? I would like to aid you In your MMSM In some way." ??You BM In tbl? way: I have noticed that your coaebinun ex?Ti-,s''? ? our hoisci i'v?ry ?la,, and you not caring always to take a ride, I presiuii,', the carriage I? fn-ipiently ? nipt y. If on Iheila.v? w hi-u )oii ?lo not alsfe In use the BBIttam >"" ?*'"' OOXtt r your eoaehinan to take It to my stole and remain 111 fiont of the store fur half au hour, you will M me .1 good tuin." The holy was ainiisi-il by Mi. MSBMt- suggestion, and oh.-, ifniiy graatad tin laaaaai The itataaM apfasr? anee ?if the carnage In front of the ?tore and tbe pre? sumptive j.rese?e.' of tin- fashionable owner of It within the st?r? was soon noticed by other women, ami Mr. Stewart's scheme was speedily successful. Carriage utter can laBJl stopped b? fnre the store, ami the stream of fashion wa? M. 11 ted that bus since run eeasclessl) lu ami out Its door?. lirl.AlIoNM WITH HIS KMi'I-'IYKS. Personally Mr. Stewart was a very unassuming man. He dri ?sod plainly and with good taste, ami never wore rings m diamonds. Tho only coitly article M carried iihoiil was a gold watch, and this was not fastened to a chain, but to a bluek sllli conl. If ho MW one of hi? clerks displaying much Jewelry, this will con? sidered ?iilllcirnt masa by him to establish au Inquiry into tho habits of tho man, tho amount of his salury, and tils mode of living. If hi* salary and ein limit?neos did not warrant such outlay Mr. Btowarl would han a valsa sat m Mb asthma, aai IM result In many ?ases proved that the clerk was dishorn ?t. Many install?e? Could be rei'oiint?'?! in which hi-discov? ered dishonesty In bis clerk? by too great a display of .et.elry on their part. He was :;eii.ially lenient with crilnV employ?s, and never prosecuted thorn if there were any c.vt? .ualin,' circumstance?. Ills observation was remaikably keen, ami he wa? ?pink to ob?< rv?> Ihe slightest irregularity In the arrangement of the different departments of tbo store, or any slovenliness In tho ili.Ts. of the clerk?. If a el.rk. on the other hand, was dressed too extravagantly Mr. Stewart often look aaaastaa to offer a gentle rebuke. A? ail In? stance of bis dislate fur outward display, it may l?e men? tioned that hs wa? walking through his retail ?tore one day when a uia?sive gold rhulu and locket In the button? hole of one of hi? clerks attracted his attention. He ?topped up to l.l 111 aud said : " Young man, If I were you I'd button up my coat on that; " anil, pointing down to hi? own plain black silk watch cord, be added, " that Is ths best I can afford to wear, take my advice, and keep that covered up I " Mr. Stewart. It la itated, never refuted employment to one of hi? cui?try men If the applicant was provided with satisfactory testimon?ala, but he never made any distinc? tion between an Irishman, au American, an Englishman, or a Scotchman, if their abilities were equal. He was sensliivc to personal attacks, aud was much pained ou discovering the author of several newspaper articles as? sailing him five or six years ago. These articles were written by one of his countrymen to whom he had given employment, and uttacked very bitterly tho strict? ness and severity of discipline enforced in his retail store an?l other matters connected with his business. When he found out the man he expelled him from the store with the greatest Indignation. Mr. Stewart was generally esteemed and liked by his employ?*?. He waa cxcccdingiy kind to clerks who lost their health while in his service, and has been known to pay men their sala? ries for months while they were lying on a sick bed, ami to pay their doctors' bills also. Through such ucts of kindness he had cnd?ared himself to his clerks and sales? men, with the exception of a few' who found fault v. ith the stringency of his discipline, incapable of compre? hending the necessity for strict rules In establishments ao extensive. IIH BUSINESS METHODS. On I of the things which seemed singular to every per? son who for the llrst time saw any of Mr. Stewart's busi? ness house* was Ihe fact that there whs no sign what? ever dlspayeld upon them. A lady friend once asked t'n? men liant his reason for this peculiarity. He replied by quoting the proverb, " Good wine needs no bush." No one ever seemed troubled to And "Stewart's," however, und he wa? almost sure of the llrst visit from out-of-town cu .tornera wbo had come to tho city on shopping excursions. His rigid integrity in bis Inter? course with hit customers was begun nt the very outset of Ms career, m hen he occupied tin; little store bes .le Hi t'.'anti's large establishment. He always asciibcl MS taeeess to this Inflexible honesty in trade. Yet when ask? ?1 if he believed in luck, it M said that he SBSWSVSfl : " Indc'il I do. There are persons who are unlucky. I SOSSSttessOpen a case of goods und sell the first piece from It to some peraOS who Is unlucky, and lose on il to the end. I frequently see persons to whom I would not sell If I could avoid it." Ills mistake in life, he thought, was Unit he had not established Ins retail siore ab.?\e Tveiity-thlrd-st. He tin,light he should have had better returns on his stock. Hi' ha?l a constant w itchfuliiess over all the details of his lnisim-a, and more than one of his employes found himself watched when he 1-ast suppose?! i(. " He never ?poke to no? but twice," one of bis old eh rks relates. "Once I tore a pIsSS of wrapping paper roughly aeres?, and he i ami mound to tell me I should have folded it and luai'.e cte.i'l,,?-. ' Feople,' he said, ' didn't like ta ?et shift lesalookiii' bundles.' Again, I wound a bundle round with an extra turn of .-tr;iig, ami before 1 could ? ut It BS had the bundle out of my hum! ami unwound tin, un? necessary turn. ' Never waste e\cu a puce of string,' he said ; ' wast.- is alwavs v? roiig.' " It was almoat impi.-sihlc to get at Mr. ste-.tart in busi? ness hours. He was to Is? seen only at tl.i? down-town stun?, an?! on tln> vl?iIor's entering, the floor-walker near the .loor would impur, his I.usine??. If he ?aid he wanted In see Mr. Stewart, he was naked what be wanted uf him, alnl It it WSS an) thing a subordinate could do the visitor wai turned over to him. If he ?till ii.-i.-l.-.l OS*? seeing the mer? haut himself, he was allowed to go as far as tin foot of th. ?lair?. ? In r?' another watchman was in wail lug, and uni?'?? !?? could lie SStlsflOd that it was worth while disturbing Mr. Stewart, the visitor was permitted to go m? farther? mEBSos m. num. The private life, opinions, and tasb s of a man who has i .ii i- d ?ai auch enormous cut? : ?>i ises as Mr. ?>t,-wai t all are tatereotrd to ?kaaw? BS came of a Besteh PreaS-y? I, l?an family, but ? luring the lattel pal t of Ms life at? tended M. Mai k* BplSCOpal C.illli ?I. It WSS to lx' a clcr 4? i.i.ti of th?- Kpi-copa! ?liuri h I hat Ms f.ith? r had cilii i at.-.l him ; bu! at t! e last un ment Mr IttSWSlt. fSollSg hit aaal sf sdaptahllltr f??r ih.it protosstoa.awsrrod from the course hi.? falh.-r I al marked ?ut Bad bOSSSSS B merchant. Forme: ly I.?- WSS aecii?toii,e I to ?line nt I?.1 monli o'?. o|ip"-ile hi? ('!..im',. ,? ?t. ?lor?*, but lor -everal ?ears be hail always ?In; ?I ill ?."in". II ? h.? ir? ..f eat 11.g were very r. cular, and h!s habits BhStOSSOaS | m? ?rtlie b-** lie was a BsaBStsssaf <?' ?'In... and his cellar ? on taiui'l th? rarssl Madeiras, abantas, ports, sea After dinner lo found his eatOttalBBmat lu studylug the ? in hii libr.uy, or exhibiting to the fi ?ends who fiij"?i-?l hi? i onrbl.-i.. ?? ii.s art gallery, wl.b ') luid Mat I'.iin ?.v. t "*T'.'?,("S1. Il,s BOalth WSS appai'i :it in ?u--!i precious |M.sviab)na as thi'si? put'.res and statuai?. i-t!ier than lu nny gaudy ?in!?? JetUDCBtS of his lions-, < r pr.-i? altana furniture in his ?Hfleaa Mi -!? wait, la the ??'Y.tloli of Ills painful-,''?. Invaria? bly rh -.- Ihoas will, h saltad ? Ith s Im??- m?! prominent 11?-, i. -iil.|. . I brlirlit and atrthiBg eolora At on?- t.ni" S few arli-ts alai private trtSBlh n.?-' Si hi? hou- ? to M i?n in?, a inw ratatlag bj Malsaonlor. wktohhad |n?i w lived, h .? ing U',-11 p.iii-te.l b;, Mr. M.-.?art's order some tiuir before. In the course of the conversation Mr. .-.i.-??ait remarked thai in ins ogenka? th? nIsbb were tos light. In I. p'y. one of lia" gentlemen said that MstSS Dai pamteil for the fnlare ; thai tbs BOlSSS ?voiild be, oi.e b: IghU I lit age, and 111 .".?) or llX> }e irs the picture Woald i.e mu. h more pleasing than if bright sotara had bees us?..I Mr. Stewart's reply w i? ? I. it aet?i i.tie : "Huf, confoiiml II, I don't MfSrl i.. Urs M M lis) fears, and I . en?.'? It II'.?." Mi Stewart's frisada saj Ihatthaaawaal sf tm.iiar Itaata ?in? bas basa reej lata*,""' "'"f"11 rateal ??' i. ta* b..iini> will aerar ha haowa, as hi m my ofhtabeaero 1? ill acts he :iM?li!e?l most ,-.? r>-111 ! ' ?, aliytl.lllg like ?ist? II t ilion. II I? stated that le WSS very generous tu his p....i ... .|ii.,int.iiii es lu Ireland, and hardly a stoastef i t.-?.. I Hie me. in Unit diil in.; convey mum y to soin?; i "..r f.? in i ! v in- km a is be m fllstn ??. A phnt.igi.iphci vctelda? took tlir-s' views of the face Of Mr Us .?art, one of th pcoflta, ?MS thle? '|Uai I' rs, ami ??lie ..in ball face. Th. s I are l?> lie used to aid in the preparation of th" pour.?it, m all, saw bstag painted by III. ista.lt. Tin y are al?o lo !?? BSSd in tin- pi. pai atioii of a bu?t. Mr. Btewart slways tltowad a rslastaaes t<? allow his i I' une t.. bs taken, and oiilv oin-esit for his portrait, This??..? painted by the la!" Tl.i is P. BassMsr. und ??a? doslgaod for a eollci lion lopiSaOBllSf tin- great lie r < hunts of this city. It was never (oiupli teil, am!, an. i- Ihe salo of Mr. l'.n??it?i's effects, when It In on i-tit ir.'liM), was secured b\ Mr. ItoWBI I's agent, ami. It Is said, was d'-slruyod. Wilson M.ieloii.ild. the acnlptor, st.ies that, saahsarvod by Mr, Stewart, he studied Ills UsataiSS about Ma years ago, and modelled tin in in i lay. Till? mod? 1, ?s In.-li was ?aid t)> bn a good liken. -?, ?v. s laid aside, in anti. ip.?lion of a silling, and (OrgOttoa, llmiigli It will probably bit t-tshed n >w. Mr. Stew.nt oiue stat'-il, in explanation of Ills niitiinttliy to allowing his likeness to be takcu, that lie liad paused Ins priiie- and dbl not want t?> I??' l'aiuie.l down to postent? a? a \?"in.ni? old iiis.li. Some of In? fi lends have thought that a prejiullcit agulii?t a gra? 0? or painted s? in?.lance of hluiseir, imbibed in his early ?'?location In the .North of Iieiund, might have iiitliicuced his feeling. THF. CLOflSD STolll.S. Tlie iron nlinttiTs ?>f Mr. Stewart'*! Tenth at. store were closed all day yesterday. The clerks as si tnlil. il In the morning, but w> re di-misscd, vv 11 ! i orders t>. Bppsai Friday morning at S o'eloek. the usiral hour for opening bii-lncss. Several of tin? clerks, It \?u? noticed took this enforced leisure In a holiday manner. At the ('luiinbers-st. wholes ale ?tore the counting-room was open for the tran-ij. tlou of !)up..rtant and pressing busl n?-sa, and the whole force of aecoiuitaiits was present, and actively engaged. William I.ibbey, Mr. Stewart's only partner lu this country, was present the greater part of the day, but refused to see callers. Tho number of pesu?a seeking adm ttauee, whether from business motives or curiosity, was very large. Those having no IfMl-l business were p..;it. ! ? excluded. The long tables supporting ;,-...). Is were covered with cloths, aud no new business was transacted. Judge Hilton has tsM that there were 7,()?K) names on the pay roll of the tlrni. M'.re than '??,?)()() person? are employed In the two stores In Un? city. The business of the tlnu of A. T. Stewart ?it Co. will be lesiimcl on Fr day morning, under the sup? r rtstaa of William l.ibliey, Up to lust evening no me? t ing had been held by the employes on account of Mr. Stewart's death._ FCSEEAE OF THE LATE SCIIKO?ATE. ?UTKia AT TIIK CIU'HCH (?V THE MESSIAH. The fiiiHTul of thn late Surrogate Stephen I?. Van Schalck tiaik place at 0 o'clock yesterday inorn ing at the Church of the Messiah, at Thirty fourth-st. and l'ark-ave. It was atten?le.l by numerous personal frlemls of Mr. Van Schalck and of the family. Among those present were Judges W. t_ Curtis, Charles Donohue, and Abraham It. I??wrence ; I'd I ice Justices Otterboiirg, Flaiiiiuer, Klldreth, DutTy, aud Murray, Cleik Sparks of the Court of Oyer and Termiuer, District Attorney Phelps, Police Commissioner Wheeler, Dock Commissioner Wales, Alderman Heas, the ltev. Mr. I'tin nell, pastor of All Saints' Church, and Controller (Ireen. The coitlu waa placed ou a raised dins before the pulpit, and together with tho pulpit waa covered with floral offerluga. Among theso wcro a column of i-1 m? ??las capped with violeta, and a large rroea of tulipa and loses, with an anchor of violets and a heart of carnation pinks, tho offerings of the employe? of the Hurrogutc office ; a crown ot camellas and roses from two of the church trustees, and Mveral otfei mgs made by the family of ex-Surrogate Hutching?. The pall bear?-re aat In the front middle powa, and Included tbe following gentlemen : Mayor Wic-hso, Wluism Cullen Bryant, ex-flov. John A. Dix, Collector Arthur. Thnrlow Weed, John I. Parsons, Joseph II. Choate, Hugh J. Hastings, Judge Von Vorst, Ir? Schaffor, D. R. Jaeqne?, Bufas F. Andrews, and Stephen P. >'ash. The family of Mr. Vsn hebulek occupied a pew directly behind the pall-bearers. The services were conducted by the Re-'. Dr. Wm. R. Alger, who, after a brief ad.lress, read the Kings College funeral service of the Unitarian Church. Prof. Edmund Howe presided at the organ and Ml*, Amanda Wells, Mr?. Betts, and Mr. Matea sang in conclusion Bouar's hymn, " Beyond the ??millug and the Weeping," the solo being sung by MISS Wells. The remains were taken to the Grand Central dei?ot and convevod to Albany by special car, accompanied by pull-bearers aud near friends of the family. LATEST FOIiEIGN NEWS. RUSSIA SENDS Olf'FTS TO THE INSURGENTS tiBW-ffW, Wednesday, April It, 1870. A Vienna dispatch to The Eaily Neict says it is expected that the town of Niesle? will bo compel?? d to surrender by famine on or before K?ster Sunday. The emissary of Prince (.ortschakoff t? Sutborlne took a cor? dial farewell of tho insurgent ?biefs, distributed costly presents ainoug them and promise-l to act In support of their dentaud?. He has BBSM to Cettln|e. It Is feared that hostilities will break out betweeu Bst?rta aud Turkey by the Ureek Easter. _ CAMERON'S AFRICAN EXPLORATIONS. London, Wednesday, April 12, 1870. Lieut. Cameron, tho explorer of Africa, (Bra an account of bis last Journey before a large tnd enthu? siastic meeting of the members of the Royal (?eograpb icnl Society, iu St. James Hall, ye.Htr.Iay ev? ning. Tbe Duke of I'Mlubiirgh presided. Sir Henry Kawliusoii, Sir Barth Fieie, and Mr. Robert Moffut, tho African M?sd?uU ary, were present. TURKEY REFUSES TO YIELD FURTHER. I..iMm?!?, Wtsdnt?day, April IS, 1S7C. A dispatch from Vienna to The Standard states that the Turkish Eiiiluu???dor has hadan Interview with ('? unt Andrassy, at which he dcclareil it impossible for the Porte to concede tho cond tlons demanded by the Insurgent leaders In Herzegovina ; and that the reforms proi-osc.I by Count Ainlrassy, which the I'oilo accepted iincomlltlonally, were the utmost concession? which the Turkish (juvernmeut could with ae-f-respcut grant to retx'ls. _ PROTECTION TO WITNESSES. Washington, April 11.?Tlie adverse report of the Senat?' Judiciary Committee u MM IM lions? hill ?o protect witnesses who shall be re? i ? t i ; ?-?. I to testify before either house t? Congress or any i niiiiiiltt? e is signed by Senators Ktliiiutid?. Coiikllng, Pi-llnghuvsi-u. Wright, ami Howe. They say this bill Is open to mauv fatal ob lections, based both upon constitutional considerations and ?xpeilieiicy, and present an BTBJBBM nt of nearly ninety pages in supi>ort of this view. Tbe bill, it is stated, provide? lu substance that every criminal, from the traitor down to the backwoodsman scllin? a glas, of liipior without license, who shall testify against hi? prie lest Batata BUMS house of Congress or any of its com? mittee?, shall be relieved ijite facti from all BBBBBV ment (or his crime In BBBBSSt of any act or fact coiieeri.?ng which he shall so testify. It is not required that the testimony of criminals ?lull be material BT rel.'vaiit to any imiuiry ordered by either house. Under color of testing tho reeollei lion of wit? nesses, they muy be Invited to refer to any m?H.lee.1 iu ii-spi-i t of which it will he convenient to escane the im? partial ailministr itloii of tbe law. It is not even re ?liureiltliat they ?hall tell the truth, and It Is not provided that if they commit perjury they ?lull not avail them? selves of this very statute to escupo Its Just punishment. After stating that the Coin imtti e Is mi.tnimous in the opinion that the hill should not paaa .i- it Manda, las majority criticise the substitute proposed by the minority as b, nig no'huig more tliau a legislative lie.iatatam of pardon to al -m-h cfiiniii.tU of the class Darned aa an til !>?? lelacted i>\ either house. MIDSIGUI ?EITHER REPORT. Probabilities For the lower lakes ami Middle states, na'.ionary or fall ni'j barometer, nrnitHg winds, ktorematmg tnw?nmn, and paetibiu tight rum. tot >? tt Ktigl.ml, noitbt rly 'vimls. rising or station? ?r?, barometer, partly .-l.-udy and clear or haiy weather, with sia'.nmaiy temperature. MH. BL-DII -U__-C_- AN ATTACK. WaraiaoToa, April 11.?Tim Mary aeersdito lo The tmdtWOOptUt Sentirte!of yest'-idiy In.? been incir culalion for sumo time past pi pillSlS BoBStoal i-ircles. Mr. ni?tes u as ma.,, a. iiiaiut- -'. with it. and promptly denied it stating that it is entirely sensational ami unfounded. 1 h.- -tory told here w_? that a draft was paid for Mr. I.l.iinc-? benefit by Messrs. Morton, Illiss & Co. of j New York, ami v.a? afterwanl taken up by P.. H. Kollin?, 11, t. r.Tof the Cnion Pacifie Kailr.iad Company. In tailing tno,?.ums r?.ntly to correct it, Mr. Plaine nu trot the folluwiiig letter : Ni w TOB8_ At rtl ?>. 1??76. lion. J. (l. III.Msr, Washington. />. 0.?In..tu Sin: In aiis'.rr to tull? '.n-|iiirt. %.<? b.-g to ?ay tliat l.o draft, lu.te or check, m- oil.? ni-iic of ralas, haa aver passed ii.i ..u -h oui buoks ?ti whleh y mi wan km un or mppoa?*d t,. I.,m-anv liitere-i of any Siad, reetOC li,illicit. V m respectfully, .'loi.rti.N, BUSS _ Co. Also the following : Ornci umiin Ptvcmo k. r. Co., \ BoaroM, M is?.. March 11. ) The Hon. .1 ??. in mm:. WmoAingtom, l>. c? DbabSIB: In raspoase to year inquiry I beg bave to sl.t-tli.it I BBVa bell Tr- : ?UlT'l ? ot the In,tin Pa,Tile Railroad Ci.mp.m? l(_M April B? 1871,and hivciiices larilj known of ill dlsbajrsetaaate made ilaea that date. Iniriutt that inure pelted up to the UfBSSat tune, I am .sine tb.it no mo: ix has I.imti paid in -tu? w iv OC to any person by the Couipoay in which you were interested iu an.? manner whatever, l maht this statement m Justice to the Company, lo jroa, au.i to rarself, Very respect? fully, _ _. H. Bou_M A l'KT.MATl'PK KKI'oKT. [.XBKKAL ?Mi? Dlsl-T? ll.| Ai.hant, April 11.? Tin? runior current here last ni.h'. tha' litiv. Tilden had nominated Dr. Austin 1'ltnt. jr.. for the psaMM of Ibalth Orhocr at the port of Ncw-Yoi k, is lint louiitled In fact. PACIFIC MAIL ATTACMMBBT RELEASED. BAM F u aJICISCO, April 11.?Tbs attachment on tho l'a.Tilc Mail steamer City of Panama was feni p.-rari!? n-1 _M_ to-day, on account of a claim of owner? ship tiled by Sun ,V White, wl o allege they have a hill of sale both for In r and th ? China ou the way from New York. - m rOUBXB?M MSB POM MOBTOV. WaS-UGTOB, April 11.?A private (lispnteh from ? olumbi.i, B, ('.. iiato.l to day, says that 14 delegates will go to Cincinnati as Morton men. This Is the entire iiiimi.er to ?.?-hub South Carolina Ii entitled In the Re? publican >'uminatui_ Convention. Fl'O S IBBTBBOED TO DEATH. Andreas Fuchs, convicted on Monday of uni! dei m tin- first degree, was arraigned for sentence yesterday morning before Judge Pratt and Associate Justices Wolfert and VcKihl? u, iu the Kings County Court of Oyer snd Terminer. The prlsouer looked hag? gard, and bis eves were red ft uni weeping. When asked whether ho had anything to ?ay why sentence of death should not bo pronounce?), Pucha excitedly exclaimed lu ?.-.ii. " I desire to ask the Jury what they would have do.o under tbo circumstances." Judge Pratt explained that tho Jury had been diseharg-'d. Tho prisoner made the saino appeal to each Judge In turn. Puchs was then sontencetl to be hanged on June B, The prisoner l?verai timas interrupted tas Judge ?luring the delivery of his remarks, insist.ug upon replying to tho words of the Judge as the? wen. Intel Dieted to him. RBBR CITY AND BOBOKSB ELECTIONS. The charter election in Jersey City passed off v?ry ?inn tly yesterday, with a somewhat light vole, the disaffection caused by ihe Democratic nomination for the Mayoralty having had the effect to keep away many voters of that party. Creates Clcvelaud, the Democratic nominee for Mayor, was not heartily sup? ported by bis own party, a* many of the voter? bad been In favor of tho renominatlon of Huiiry Traphug.'ii, the present iuoumbent Charles Siedler, the Kepulillcan candid.i to for Mayor, although a (Jcrtuati, was apparently far from being acceptable to his own countrymen, on account of his strh t temperance proelrl lbs, and failed to poll a large number of votes for this reason, but nt a late hour last night tho returns Indicated his election by a small majority. The Hoard of Alder Ma will probably induite seveu Democrats aud five Republican?, the same as last year. Iu Hnbokcu, Joseph Kussoll (Dem.) was elected Mayor sud John Kaiuona City Treasurer, tin re betas no opposi? tion. John Doorley (Dein.) was electeil Cit? Assessor by about .'?m? majoritv over Howm.au (Ind.) .nul fields (Kep.) Gtoorfe Docker (Dem.) is probably elected City l l?rk, over Mcllhortry. In the Klr?t Wore, Jiilui? BeS?attar (linl.I is probably electesl Coiiucilmun, John Pfeiffer ?Kep.i In the Baooad Waru, Patrick l'luukett (Dem.) lu the Third Ward, and Kill? (Mid.) lu the Fourth \\ aid. UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. W?MU-TON, April 11.?In the Supreme Court of the luiie,! state? (?day, on motion nf Mr. Aailaianl?tturney ili-ii?ial -iinltti. 1'alili'l ? -, l.ins.-utl "f 11.men, .Mb?, WSS _1 ,niii?-'l to pi u. i n r sa an allome v and cnun?elur of tills c-url. un m ti hi nt Mr Mitttiirw il. c'arpeuter, Ueorirs W. Park ot lioilon was tdmiited to pravtltie ss sa attorney sud coun? selor of ti.ls court. ?in iiinUoi) of A. J. Vanderpeel, ?Irsnvills P. Hawss S-d Mliharl 11. ('anioxii of New.York ? liy w?rs admitted to prac? tice m at mi in), and counaelora of Una court. No. vb'i 1 ti? Kbsueisr Urphsa InsUtaU it tea EvaafsUdsl AaaoclstloB. appellant, a?rt Jesse Ooaat al al. ? appeal fre? ??eClroult Uourtof the Cnite.1 ?Utea for the Southern Dia* trkt of l!llnola.-On motion ol Mr. Matt. Carpenter, aetxetat end illsnilss<sl with co-Is. No. 19*???srtis Whltm-UI, appellant, ?gt. The fnlW Kutaa. ?Tho argument of tills can?** waa coutlnued by Mr. Sollcltur. r.eneral Phillip* of connue! f??r the enpellee, ami concluded by Mr. P. Philip* for the appellant. .vo. J05-A. H. uamniond ? i al. appellant egt. I ts Mason h Ilsmlln Oriraii ('?inpsiiv.?Pasaert. No. 206-Tlia bng Bell, Ac., appellant, aai. The Pacifie *? tua! Insurance Company.?Disimase?! with cost?. N(?.1 ?'.17-lIirani h?rner, collector. <tc, plalntifT in errar, agt. Wiu. Watson eta!.-This cairn* was aigm-.l 1.? Mr. ?.s*-0 ai.t AHoniev (leneral smith of c.mna ?! for tin- plaintiff n: errot and by Mr. 1. II. Ashto? lor the ?1? fwiulant in error. No. 20*?John ?j'Brlen, plainilif in error, tgl. C*n. M. Witt et al. -This cause was arg.;. ?! by Mr. A. J. Vanderpoel ?at oar ael f?r plalntUT In error, aud by Mr. ?J. P. liawca for U?e ? fendants in error. Adjourned ui.t.1 to-morrow. ARMY ORDEUS. Washington, 1). C. April 11.?By ?Jlrecllen of the secretary *t War. on the rcconiniemlstlou of the surir"*? General, Assistant Burgeon J. ('. <?. Happeraetl Is r. llevad f'orn <1uty In tha Department of Ihe Mlaaouri. and will pro? ?sod to I'hilaii'-Iphia. A -. ?( ,'.l surg? on V. B. Hubbail v. Ill report In pernea lo the eeaiai nailing (?v nerai of the I>"*p*rtn?eni of California for ast-lgnmcut to duty. As? ??apt siir/eon Frank Mi-acl.siii I? relieve?! from ihity In the Military lut lalaa of the Atlantic, and will cisirt lu pe.soii to in." I':-?.<!? m uf Uj? Ann?- Metllial Boa' I lu session la New York City for OXr animation lor promotion, and aft.mai I will ii-|?-irt la person tu the eoian>an4iBf (Jeaeral ot tin- Department of Tasas for a?si?*/ii?ueiit toiliilv. Assistant Surn???)ii waller l'???'d Is re. li.-v.st n oui ?bity at WiileU'a Paaat, New-Tetrfe ii.n i.-.r. .nul will rt-i"ort In person to the siils'r.nteiui ii* ?len'-r.il ot t!i?' recrult iBg servie?' al ICeW York Cily, to accompany a Sataahnient of iron;a to Iks Department of California, on fie eeteatottsa ot wliich he will report iu p.raon to the cininandtUK oiHoe* of Um Department of Arizona f?r ?luty. Suraeoa (?Baa. E. uvi ilanl and Assistant surir?-ons Eilward 1' Com**)-* a?..! Wm. ?5. Sbaonoa are relieved from .tutv la lia- Militai v Division of Ua Atlantic, and w.ll report to tne Department ??I le?as for duty. ASHlstnm surgeons i .arb-s ?tver. Jo.s.'|,.i !'. Cot-son, aad Daniel Wies. I me ?iebu-li.-.t iron duty In tin? 1? -| :ir. ment ?at tint ?oath, ami will re|s'rt in person te tfce Prsawaal M the Annv Medk-al Board at New.York ior examination for proata t.on, atterward ren?.riini; la p?-.-v.n, the llr-l tw.. i?, ihe Mill, tarv Division of lb.- A'i.n n-, and Ihe last to the Department Ot i ', U'libu. Assistrml S.irK'ODS J. 1". Klinlia!) Irin UM l>e rnrtment of Dakota and < larenr* Kwen from tha Depart smbI of tlie liulf will le|s.rl lu N'?vYork ?'l'y for examinai ion fur promotion, and afterward mil report to the Dlnaiou of the Atlantic loi dlltv. Assistant Sorgeoas Ssmnel M. llortonforui la? Dfpartm-snl of Te???, (?enr?e 1'. .laipi? It from tha Department oi Ilia Platte, W. K. Wbitehead I rom th. Departin? t??i r-\a*. Ht-nry McEl'ierry from (he Depaitmantof thaci.lunibl.i, W. W. fcu ebaiian troui tin, Der.aitmc t ..f Teua, K.lwiu ii nil. y fiom tha I'epai-tment of call'orm ?. Jo?e|.h B. t.irard linn Hie Mili? tary Divisan ..t the Atlanta, will all r-jsii ? in i .i-aoii t?. lb? Du -mi. lent <?t (!..- Medical Hoard at N-w-Nrnk Cllr for exam? ination lor prouiiiDoii. and afterward wiil re.sul by latter ta tin um nenn (lannral Tha reelaaettou ot A?Betau! Saraesa J. B. Ilaaiiltoii \ha heeu accepfod by the 1'resl.Ieut, to lake etleci May It, l?TtJ._ HAVANA MMIKKT. Havana, April 1 l.-K?tr!ian*e active : aa tha I'i.lte.l sut?a, (!?' days, i- :i,,-ii. v. 101 '? '-j ili.-eoiint ; abort si'lit, !I?1S ?tl? eoiini , mi I.?.:,I.,n, 14914a! premium. .Su^'ar lliia. Tbe ?. .?t.,? r here is dry. LA I ES 1 SHIP SKITS [Por other .Ship \riri ?ee Seventh Page.I AltltlVKI). st?a-nshlt> N.-re-is, Daara?, Beotsa, with m?lae. ami pasa, ta M? tro.s.litan BtesmaMp?Se Kars i..?i"i r...?u:ii.).-u ioi barmet?), liuxionl, Bta/aastBS Feb. -'?:, v? ith coSee. Eng B. i'- ?e.v. [ai Ctantao, M?), MaSasiaas^ ssgiaia Oiaada 11 days, with s IK.:. .?clir. Kate Hormi.el ,,./ Philadelphia), Adama, MaU'?r.as 13 dava. ?? itli uta ir. ??im J. D. itobiuaon tel Bath, Jfe.). OeOtte. Jlstar.ias 10 dav-. tvit'i - i;..ii. M-i.i. Laars A. WObb ("I D??-r 1?1. ., la?assa, Bara?-oa9 il.n s wit!, tin t Sein. Eddie T. Treat, IL.lu.!..n, St. ?brr.-o, M.?., with ice. ???lu. Aluje B,, Basaett, Rocknort, Me. ?.i i ?moite, s.i,r.Hlac.iiton. (ii-anv.iie, of aad 14dayswem SuJolia. N. it., ?? m. luaibar. ?.n , Heaiaville, ihaw, (leor?eUnrn. Me, with. Ser. A. Uuaiin-.nil. Ali.-a fortlaad ? .Ii 1 i.iilxer. . I'l Jas II. !> l"l ,, ."I./l;.'. l.i. Kalt), ?ila Kr. -i kl A.idie -<a*?-ei il..e_a. ? alala mit? lath. s. Lr. l'ocasiet, tlacketl n ,i'i. wiini...-. ?-.M E J. II..mi ton. Mill?, iluiteia? Inlet. 7 ?laya. w!U stoves nett. Sunny Sauf), st. rllnjr, Chrlsf ?!.!. with oy ?fra. SAH.Kl?. sti-ani?! .;?-?.?n iia.-n.'s. i..i ravaaaahj arraaek_torMaag folk. At. : ?hi..- Amenes, f .r Sari Krane)?.-?>: lurka B-inliard, toi -? mu, farewell, fei brooieo: ?lclian, for ZausiBar; ?;. t.. Tjrfa r. loi Val nci.i Viel .i. for Ad U? le. Ac ? l.l ?* Bar .?a, foi lS'l?.uU, hri', Uem, ?o, Ilarliaii'ii s ; lavara?-, fur I'ulul a-Pe? r?a. Vf IN U? Sauset, ino.ttr.ite, S.W.: clear. i)!?A?ri.i:. i.o.iM.x. April 11.?The Bntiahbark BelleKeltk, MrDon, -'..i. mu? i:.. ..o.i" Teh. i.i via Hatenstowa. w>tat aaaeea at Kllruau April 10. she is unhjunsi mi far, but un! have la Blau keia;e Koi.'KK.v roars. Movii.if, April 11.-The Allan ?.me ?tramship Polrneslaa. Di ah. Ii 'i, i-?,.llai.il Apnl .. tor l.ivupool. arr.ve.1 t?,..lat. u: ki?;>.?i?)ws. April 1!. i"h?' leaiau i..i,? ateaauklp ? iiy ot 111.-In., l.rlisoii, Horn PuiiailelO-UI Mar. a .11, lias alined. in- . .a.el I?im ?teaniahip Ibcla, B.Hmcs, iro.a Bosloa Ainu 1 arrive? _i j p ? . lo.i.iv. LOBOOS, ?Vpnl IT?The nteninablp Knxla% \\hite. fro? New? ..r? Maali 39, mnvl toda,. llv.i.A, Ai.1,1 11.-Arrive,!. MaeaHhlp Columbus. BSSS, from Mom-York : Margaret, baker, from New-urleaoa Ar* live : IDt.-i, sleamablp '.a?-..-, 11.11. lioin Ii).iaii._i. .-?ailed, bus span ?h Mam, 1er ". ?atoo. HaUVAJU .??? >.. April i!. -Arr.vni. ?I.'anishlp chase, from Portland. A:n?.>i lot i. ?loaoishlp Ueut te W'aaainxtuo from N. -.? Yoik. balleo, ?Iramthip Analta, ot the Anchor _in?-, I?jt m Joan, .N. b. DOMatmo poiit*. CMvm.F.si'.N.B.C.. Aprl: 11.?Arrived, ?I'-amsUpCli-rleetea, \V "?. n '. ', .ID Noar-1 "in. t.AL?i:?i">, April IL Halloa s. Iir LuoU, Jliirehlson, Jonea, f. I ' : .. Nkrt I'.KIiH.HD. April 11.?sule?!. s. :,rs. RehOOSSH yueea, loi I bl a .., ,..., . J?l.i: t.. Hunt, 1 .) .?,'?? ^or... -Nl.vv A.-.I.K, 1?.:. Anil 11. l'u?-.-I u;. ?I.'l' .?ie;'n iBr.l, ?JuUuaiu, lioai l.nipo.?!; o.ir? Iluda ...?.or.,, l'is.ni. irum Jll-i lirt'll. NBST-USlJUn, Aplll 17? Al lived, ?learu.tiill- Tdppa'iinock. i*., .i 11.oi, Havana. Wn.iiis .??..s. .N... Apnl 11.-Arrived, steamship itenrfoe?. tor, Weed, tnm Naw-^ork, ?an.-.i, ?... am.hip ii.l.Vowy, toi Baltimore. run. ?UK: t-ili.v. April 11?Arrived. steani?hip.s I> ni CUre, I njaiiai'. from Liverpool ; ( mltpeua, Mi*U*r,Ooeltm : w . I?. I iy.te, I:i;'i..:n, u..?: point. Va , J. .?. -: ? ' IlalU. ???i.- .v.,..rae t -, ..ri.uiii , v?< v r;.. ii lainil. atiaanMss Ail? ato'.vi.. r?ttle, for Boston i AUIaucs, Catt, toi l.i inuoau i l'....a u!..:..a, l'a.l -, tor ?ee ifarfe. xuncs ro MAantaaa. OKPl Eolr-IIIH I.l'.Ul I ?: -: IN?'!' I.,', i lll'ii) DIsTRI'.T, 1 T.'Sl'lvlNsviLt.K, N. Y.. April 11, 187?S. ? Aaobatructioa. aapponed to ba 4.. it..i u ?>r. ???, ?a i.-p.rt??1 In ??lei? Island ?".ill I. b.t???.-. l..?th.)?i'a lb . I. >|i',i.di? ?,m.y,? I.IK4". Ali.iuytttd A...I bin-? n .r.Aoaial strljMial will be 1 .j. el to mar.. It a? soon a? pnctleabb-. A. ? . KHIBI?, ? ipl .in If. S. N., Ltahthouao lnaisreior. l':.li? D .-.irlck As tbe I.lTer is rnsily disordered, a: .1 a . lUiInl of Ili;."U?.ll?il. ?? .., a|.l In I'li-.a.l.li.ii..?- II., .??.,. .. .'t lArkYtt ?-?nvii'.i Pills aro of aeaaonable ?rincacy, as 'ia.> raatereths Liver to healthy ?uilou and iwnora a.l Hfllnuaieaa. ? I) I EH. ('KKKillTt.N-In Brooklyu, 00 Monday, Apttl 10. in the lu.h year at her a???. BUxat? th stria n.')?. daa(hter ot Oeaa m.?tore J. li. ci.'ii?.'1'oii. I . ?>. N.. and i?'iau?!ilani*liur ?ji the Hie .v.Im,ral Miiii?,liaiii, V. S. N. 1 lie trillan BBS friends o! the f.ii.r.l? *:?? .n? .t.?! to ?ltso.1 l.'.e .1111. ra. M-ivieea at the rt-s..ti-ii.*e ..I iiri pal uta, . ii Hick? at. Brooklyu. ta W ? lines?! tf, Apnl IJ, ut l'? m. Dl'llKKK-Iu Wlllmuiatov? n, M_?s.. M in-.l., s iah Tappan, wife 0: lb v. 1 _.? :u Duif.-e, D.D., and dau^htor ef li,t Ute Il.-r. Johu fierce, D. I)., of llrookime. Muss , a.;. ?1 71. OILMAN?At I'l'.ifiiee. Italy, 01. IfeeSTlfe of M.i.ch. Samuel I'aisou, sou ot Tasadan ana ICIIisbetB D.UlBaas of Ina ?it?, lu ibe l-'tli yi'Si <?( his Ajr. (IIIA.NT- At l'outoto?', Miaa., 011 I ue*.!sy, April 11, m the 73?t v.'.i .'I lim Jiir, David 11. uront, brother uf 11,o Uto u. Da Pi r,?t Uraai of thiscilr. ?utir?? of lunera! hereafier. HI IclIl.ssuN-on Tuesday. April 11, Allca K. Infant ilsurihl' rot 11. 1). and AimIra liiitihiiisoii. a-?si la in? nit,?. Punirai <.n lln.rsil.iy, IStfe lnst, al ? p. 111., fr.ni llie re.i lonco of her pairr.i?, 111 Mao.b si., Brooklyn. aaVSaa <?n ?he Sib u.ai.. lloxct-:Ua?b, willow of the Ute Kn.e.t Kejrasr, sk"! ?j faara 'the relatin s aad tin ads of the launly are respeetfully invitad t?. attend ill? linn r:,l fi-oui her lata 1. ?alea?.-, No. "ll V.ast Kifiy s, ?. nib ?t.. on l'huriutay, the l.ia n..i . at 1 u'. I .<?_, without further Invitaiiou. Her remains will bo taken te \S las'.la?? u lor bit? 11.;?;,(. MII.I.KU-Willium ntSka-rk Miller of (.enera, N. Y., ?aisdat .No. 7 l.Ith ave., .New Yo.k i nv, at ?-.iO p. m., April 10. Fuurial to be at I'elcrboro on XaaMOtop. BP.RME -At th.? raotasaea at her brother m law, Henry Suf. (lam, on Mon.uy. Apui lo, l.lrzalteth, eldest da i?hl? r of tbe late Jach !?<? ac. eetL. o? I '. 1. ?.!? .,.' 1*. The relai 1res ami fneinls of ll.e ,_,u.'y are respectfully InvltNl to attend the l?mela! at t!ie Char. I. at the Mel? t ...umunion, 00 We?!ne?.lay, ihe Ut!? lust., al 10:15 tfelOOt a. BL STEW A HT ou Mon.'.ay atternooD, April 10, AWian.ler T. Stewait of this city. The luneral service? will is'.e p'.ace at St. Mark's Church, cor uer se. oi.d ave tant 'IcMlisi, on Tttnraday inoiuin?. ISSt Inkl., ut 11 a. m , to win? h rrlaUre? and fr.eiiiU *n luvitast SI Y DA M ?pri! 11. Sarah A:i(fn-)U, a If* of Rer. J. HowarS Snvilaiu 0( J' l>ey City. fsasrsl asrnessat tas rark RjeformeS Church, at lu'dock p. m . Ibura.iav. the el m aad relatlvM areiarlted )., asit st her 1st? residence, 'JJ'J K.4?!.th si., at 1J:^0 ?'el ? WEI.I.s?In Brooklyn, on Sunear. April 9. Margaret P., wife ot Oliirer J. Wells, In the -J?th yeji ?f h.-r are. Funeral ?errirr? will lake pu. e on W?sdnea3sy, April 13. at 10:10 a. m.. at ??race Chinch, irooklyn Uisrhis. Will 1 K-lIelen Lawlou. wife of E?!?vard W. W'.iie, April 10 Pnaeral fiom n-? .:. i,u? ot W. B. IKicl.er, _ul Hi 11. a?o., Wedueaday aft cries.:i, 4 o'clock. Special Noliccs. Moody and Mnnlii'y Ossael Hviana-Hook, ilir Just pub ll-his!, !hi) beautiful .?ours. "W a.'inu ai.d \? _!. :.in< loi M?," Sic.; "\ iiliev ,.t l;i. aslug," ?jc. iiiai!?l. V. Itiuii.e, -.'T I ulou *,^ Sloodr nnd ISankey. HlrruDKiiMK Ht li.IifNO. Noon service tnm HI to i o'cleek every .lay, except SATUR? DAY, wlieu II Is Initl SI As-o,utioii Hall. Alt, moon s, r? 11 eat I o'clock. 1 I'K.-liAY, WBDXESOAT. THUMB DAY, aad Fun \Y. A.inii.sloi. fie? ?? ith m t tleketa KVKUV Mt.ll I at RoolO. k m M?.!>..?1 Avenus Hall, and ??VK1U-I.('W MhElTNO al same hour 11. l?.iiitb Avenue Hall. Yiiiinc men's meetluir, Kourth Avenue Hi!!, K.VKRY Mill! I st ?.) o'clock, and .?Ai I it l?A Y NU.H 1' nieeliu** at Ass..,-i.,ti.)ii Hall, I've,-my ib.id ?1. and l.-.u 1/1 a?e. at 9 O'CllK'k. nparisl Itekaia for tho Kvenin?; Bar Tiesa of Tu?**day, Wrdiieailay, Thumlaj, nixt ill.Is? will I l?..i'??d 10 U?m ciiiirchif.s ra and to pantana ?ol y.-t en i re?! on a Cl.naiua hie. ou pateenappMcatloa at ihe uipp.siio:..ee??b ?u? imp 1U am. to 10 i?, m. Entrance door iii?.i?ii,i,i 'twenty ?Uth at., uear Keiirt ??????. No service at the iIii>is?1iouh- on SA TU KDA Y, an?! no noua ineeliug on s I' > DA Y. h? rvlces chme on Aplll 19. A nuuiber of anieles have bea-n louud wbirB owner? lanoB tsr. ?n ai.ul.iaii.ii._ I'oil.Olfl e Mailer.- The fOJUMOM MAI US (or ta? ?crk ? ad?o? SA IT'llDAY Al.nl IS, 1?7H. will close at tr.ia olS.a on WrKOMCHDA*,,atla?0a. m..foi Europe. 1 n ?:..,i... r( Mua, via ijuffii.io?-?. ou I'll L'K?DA Y, al .'? a. n. 1 r De?? lirlUla, Ireland, aad Franca, per ?learner City of ill?hmoud, na uuecnsiowa, and at 11:*0 a m., lor Europe, pet aleamer Mnevia, via Plymouth, iherbourg. and liant bur?; ou SAI'I'HL'AV. 'at 7 a. ta.. i?r Urea. RHI. aln, Ireland, and France, per ?laamer Harmain?-, via uuseutiowu , and al 7 a. m. for scoilau 1 direct (moat, he aiwiaily iiddrMacd). per ?leamar Vicurla, ria (Jiasavw . and HlijiU m . for -urope. per ?learner Oder, via South aiupiuu ami Hren.eu. The malla for Cbiaa, Japan, a?., wil laara San j'isucuko April is. Tha direct uia.U for Braali, Porto Rico, Ac., will laara New-York April 13. Tho ?nula for the Weil ladiee. rU Havana, will ka?.-? New York ApiS U7. T. ? J Al? Es, P. M.