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llie oat en is fm I tn '? Issued ti,'-rn A TONNAGE Washingtub, May ant i-i bs Tr, Imip,' noa* tos< ttou of ii-? i, i is IBs fe lo collect."! Bl BO IS - eertit" ' Bl ma efter at oas d' ru i ' ' ' '?<??? fn Port?! ve?cl I- ? B cern for-- a I I (from j,,,,., 1 . I a l| IC pain it svoiii i I., eollectabli i pori 1 be p-iyinoni tO * 4 ICU! i.J istitnteil te vacute I \\ I. CI-K.V. 19, Mr. Preach, A i i *ins written :? letter of <>! Caiii.>ms. th. material j.or .mn: -'i i cai ba .: clearance for. Ign, and If a de by any ve?*el iball srplre l.e t IX (lae- ll, -I . ,, I ? I -'il poi t> .il ? r, and If ii I then ? on brr next entry al i do Ol i IBS ls no! ?. pie WASHINGTON NOTES. sv iSBOKiTON. Saturday, M iy 19. 188a A NU'S Viii aS'AI I'.SNK Tbe ( nilli.,ia! ,,f 111- ' 11T rm <i ? - tbe Fl rsl If atlonal Bank of Tooum sen, Nt 'i. le "ii basitwas wltb a capital o -.-,??) ..ooo. Ci. .h I- -,,. ii -i.i iii Iii sn, s. i,.?Indian C. min, Pries- lin- , ki cl tin- removal of the) roi.' linlinn* tn abe Taller ol :.. LittJ Bia Horn m tbe aoutbem part ol natta reservation In Mont tua. A commission t . an ange tor tba transfer i sa *?> nt Hom Wasbiugton aboul len day. ago. 'l shh i Rri.isG Rkspkctixo Tobaoi o.?Tbe Treaaary Drpanineni baa decided that tue iiiol tat lo ol ?-*? ps t ((iii iii ichermie I',,! lbs ia s . ..i n. ..-1 relatiba to Hie niitv on le il lo'i.ec. I noi in til,- -thole nti.i.ixi ,,i packages covered by ons Bu lu Ki..i is,i. Porn Om .*rra.tcTs.?Aa order ls*.nd by Post maali r-<n ni ral Gr. si.a'u dire, ts t ia) i on tr..c,!- ru i- sec ito permission of the P.itel 0 n anlbeiore making . snb-eou(rael aa any route. Appli eaiu-hs io ci.- mus) ,>?? made sepsrat. ? foi each m.rr e. , h.i - '. .nu.icts in ii-' be filed In tbe otbce of tbe Broom! Ansi ii,' Poul masi.-i < len. i al. Tin. fi.nus iiii'ii ):*.!?; i'i!i'.*-'. -I ?"?'i.'iiiri' Gar* linetoii. who uni cii'iimai),! the relief esp I to Lady Bmabliu Hus, "ii lease New-York -a 11ii his puny ou tt? ai...,,,, bi i-i John's. N. F. Mail for Lieu lei,.. I Oree i sud in- men snd t ontxlb itlous "t r. adina Ulalie fm 111,- ,\|ic,lill,,ll Hld lill be ?e.ll to I lie c.le of the Ci,I, I - .' al (> tllcer III lime lo nie h SS '???lngUin not ia t ii it ii june 1. Tn Kl - iii l i BCOAB ABB MO! s ? i.s. Se, ri Hey Folger hit- t- ,ei iii-'r t.titms to tbe Collector of Customs at Bow York i i mt..ix permission io bave all sugars and nu.. ,.-?? s i,, i, iaii i warehouses rcaampled sud tested bj tba pols ? nie before tbe l-t ol Jane lu order i" pre* pan- fur sv-tn l ra wa ls, provided tbs Importer! Bl* s -;ip ula tum lo ni>,il- bj u.e Hr i so found aaa to pay any ad dllioiia tie, ? I si il.'. In iv be incurred. i.,, ins iv. -i' ?, i'm -i Min i nit p iv sn st.?There was presented .,1 Lie 'li, a shiv lii-parttiisni to-la* for pay Bisi Bl six fifi" ar coupon bonds o 1881 willi coupons BBsriiid fr sevca years'iaterest. Tbepreaentationol Stoat bond., orbieb matured liv., years ago, ls c.ted as aiiowinir ina! u.e "aol that . oupon bonds are not ore ?M'liied lor ie iiuii.lion lo. sears after their UUltu. H.. ls not es ni, ni e unit they ban iwoa destroyed. THE PAGE BILL VETOED. Ai.ham, Mus 19.*?The Sovernor luis filed lite loUowlag BMBBsaaadass retotag tun Pago Baviuga ?aa-ebtll: t have ii-', :i" i to the argameate of tbs Meada ot this n ire, and sm still eonvlnoed tbal the present law B.,t.i,:,l un' ie inr.-ol In tbe munni)' proposed. Tba bili is'fiire ut.- proyules tti.it .aviugi banks may Invest Bbs sae?ey ol depositors tn bind, and securities wi.icu saviexcluded by tae present carefully prepared statutes Be**wlatta*) I ilifeet. Aniong oil.er tbfngail jnr.ult* the ut test ii, ii. i tu such funds iu no,xl securities, ox e.-pt in tr Inn* oi ox,,.., ii... promissory Botes, aepoeits ol personal anpertd* a:id it. eas, to vbte?.by lasv, tin- persoBal nat..my of stockholders attaches, wblea maj i ap prove I bs tn *s,i|ier;nli ..dent of tots Kink n ' Depart ?ts-ut, inc (.os.tmr,Controller ann -situ- i*re?surer.er a maj 'i'.:s o, ii in. lr must ba conceded,I think, tbat no .a- ni.it.- , r; unty attends tbe Judgment or menin reia'ioii lo lae matter of good roe?tillea, Tbe stan ,,!)! cim liis-iiii>>ie-,I in tin- lull should not)?- burdened or ;u trurt.d sviNi ibis Important duty. 1 see no provision in lite ml. ii\ u ..ic i anv -iciiitv eui. bc wlthdr.tss i, !.,i.j BM Bst Ifouee approved ay tBeee ofBcora. eves ibuugh lt ut.iv i. c.me n.i.aic or wort?lesssjs?a luvesloieuL Cos.-;i.n iii,.,;.i neva bees urgently tug. d upon bm taaablBK the . i i.s "' savings banks to pas a tali Int r ast lo depositors wiib tbe preaeni llasltauons upon tbe Ch.uni,i ol I i :i invent.ii. lils. Kui I um Hr,nly ot Hi" opium.. Um' thees Institutions are,?i their namoi*-* pm-., n pince ,,. deposit fur tbe savings ol ihoseamonf* Ute poof and laboring people wno see tbe neoesslty of P?ttl?S a.- i.n a | ,,r of ti,elr cannuga tor fm ure no..', or astnen gluidus ni au accumulation. Buch depoeiiors Sse not and si mid aol be nv??tors, seeking as a para -Kua! pm nae au income by way af Interest on tBelr dev."-lt*. SS le li lacy COI?e to tint, tli'Te alt-iiUxt iii em.li.el.Hui ? v, hi,., .in,.titi be ' ?.ployed. Absolute, ifetj . ie , olpal aepusited - ss-la: tin pat.oi'sn, sam (s banks saouid seek, aud any Govern m. ..iai eout roi ovi r litsee li tiiiuilon* should iu I.,! ni. ladire.'-.-1 otliai iml. I am ucl latlsfled tbal thi* ?ewe when - ate oillela's already cbarg dwitnomroua nie. e. aro cailiu to .Irenic upoa the v.,no of proposed seeuriiii-*. aud whea Ibe aafety ot deposits is left to tko-* determination and tho care of directors ana trus* to.t often tcmi'ted lo speculative rent urea bc. und ne: power io rc.-isL a linv regard tt, ii,- pioioettoa ot a class ot elusens WSBSUtdl .ai ? -pee i.i. ly ('.cm ive ',!,e (ai v of tbe Slate, le? nette-. I aclu so that th-' Institutions bas ring t Ii, r. -av ii,r- ia cbartre mould is- limited in the ascot snob dei ?> ts tn io vestments prescribed nv tae 11 w and v ii, aa un Ij na possl .1 , Insure i ?. .tlon hsun HMS, 1 a il ll ,svnlili?' te a-sclll to Hie lui lin. sv li. e.: I ...ii t ,..viiited ii. ks m tm- proi . ms ol thc j ,ii JUE VN1TED STATES MEDICAL COLLEGE. >i haa signed Assembly lull No. t> -. . i . in aol lot lbs inewpet?tton of ebarita Me, n.ii.s. ent, sets?title and sataslonarj locletice, Wu* .i ii bs legality ot the leeorpeeatten of tue United I tates Medical Collage. Tbla coll, ire waa orgau bod oil' ']?-.' \ mulei thc general law of 1848 for tba tte oa,an- nm-i ni ? bar '. ..'!>? -....etie-, sta, Tbe Bapraaas Uoait nc Oily i iiit.ied a d.ci-iou adverse to the charter 0. Ibis In* , BUI ar, appeal was taken to the Hen ir_l liiin, which ssa* argue i about a week ago, and (le? ra Hill,'.. ? i in cn rein), -rel. The (lorci i' i'-r'_nii turr to this bib Settle* ihe ,| neat lou alto ol the legality of BB tue diplomas si hun luive hitherto beeu ni ..nu ,i by Ikeco-eg . At HOS OP CITY OFFICIALS ON RILLS. Thc usn tl weekly meeting of thc Mayor and btati ?t ii.p,itments ssa- bald yeetaedav. it wasre sstvedttaal Assembly Bill .No. 71)7, in refereaeetatbe l\ Pension Fund, be referred to tba Mayor and C*or> po.-?;.,,u i ouaeel, and if approved by them, that tiny ho ?eAborised te iraaeaaM tba BUI to ihe Oovernor, suth the n-< iiiinciiiia'i'ii. lhat it ought to beeosm a law. Assem? bly Bill So. --'. relating to sa aries of seaaers nnd mem. baas ol lb. Polia sud "fire Dap irtaaeata was dt ? hired to ba aa ol land ought nm to bet atm i law, ann h.-(.,"i was requested aot ta stj-u it. Assem bij bills No. MB, having referenee to ibe in.- Depart' Itt l.t. .Vj. ,..'. i,i ie', nine tn tar usc of Vinnie.I ff]?XOd 1, *. removal of -, tb e reinse ir-.ii. tl;-- > ny i New-York, and Mo HftS.settias; apart Pier Mt.. 37. K River, were deciai, d Improper ,aud tbe Uot ei. .ii nu-1 iiieetad i.oi io sigu tntuu. SALE Ol HIE ELMENDOEF YEARLINGS. I.k\i\*<;ti'V, Kv., May 19.?The animal gale o' the Bli eudorl yearllngi look place r*i> afternoon at the br. ??, .,..- tana otD. Bwigert, sn sallee irom Lex. ii. . '.ii,lance was large and tbe comnetl?on eaiar. Ti(e lol consisted of twenty-three colts ami t** tu ty-two tulles, ono of winch was nippled and aol aicrcd. i tn weaibar sv_. ti landid ami thc stoek la tine Co -ali tum. Following is a list of Hp- buyers and the prices paid : I", c.. l.y imp. i .'.unrig, dam Salina, to A. J. ("antatt, Pii.u.yivan; ?, g3,7UO: b. c.. by luip. uieaolg, dam Alla, to I i). )? mort, sew Voik. .s>;i,(xsj; ii. e.,bi Vuml, uam La I'oik.i, In Uss vcr liroih. r., brooklyn, 96,100; th.-C., by Mm ir, hist, dum Kit, to A. J. l .ssatt, *,',*>ii(>; I, ( , b, ki;,. Ai onto, liam Ana lief, to M.ltnu You?ff, Ken tuciii. #450j P. c., by imp. lilcnolg, dam i-ia'.ui>s, to J, *; Belly, Now-Tork, |LB50; b. e., ny VlrgU. dam Alert. le Dwyer Brotber*, 9H.00O; b. c.. by Virgil, dam Parts Belie."toj. K. Kelly, *Ji'','.>">0; cn c., br ?las A fonao, BBbb Btster. io ?Utan soaaa. $830j b. c., by Viiuii,dam Mir) Marin.,io J.!**- Koo.., !*il..'ijli; br. c., by Moiiurtbi-.t, dam .mp. Hon lion, to Dwyer Brutaera, 18,000; b. ?, by l.ni> Glen iiaiu ( oidclia,, io J S. Kook, B-" .. ia. r, hs Imp.' I'lonelf, dam beuott. ta J. ii. He-ton, New-York. 91.150; aaka by Imp. Uienelff, dam Heliotrope, to J. E. Kelly, gi.-.-se, i.k,. ni Virffll, nain iincture, to Dwyer Brot? ?ra. 1-1.11 s'. m. c. l.y Mnnarchist, dam Tn sn rds, io J. M. Book. **!ii)i); n.e. bv Imp. liienelg, dam Tbe Nun, to W. _*. Appietato, Xew-Vo.k, -aiinO; ch. c. byUarrj O'Fal lom. dam Spray, ta Johu . hurcnil), Keataeky, *-4-.">; b. c by I a i i. .lam Marguerite, ta J. (?? Nelson, 9AbO -, ab.e-by Imp UieuoUti uam Jenulng, to J. E. Pepper, Keataeby, gi,ooo; h.s. by Virgil <.on of VirgU),dam Ha) ii, lo SS I.. Appii-Kate. tJlt); li. c. by nap. liifiiielc, dam Vu. iii , ... Joaeph Bwigert. K.-niucliv, .?M.'.n, cb. c. bs IL.rr.- ni ..Um',dam Km.-, to .M Young. 9'tliO. Bl f. bl Yu il. tl.un Kegait, to A. J. I us^tt. ?jsi'.'-'DO ; bib V r. il. dam Lark, to J. f* Bo -*. 1573 . b. t. bv imp iii< h. ... dam Blander, to Appleby a Jul?ison, New *fark, t--'" ; b i. by Imp. Qleaelg, (tain Annie Hum., io J. I. K. i, O-'.'iOO; b. f. lie Virffli. dam l.uxlty. ts. B 1? )? .!' . 81.150; b. t. t,y Mon.I-. in, . .la n Imp L.i,:\ *: . .ssoiiu. iel.. A. Kui.ra, Bew- York, $875; SSj.I Bj 1st. .lam Lusa, to 1'. H. Lian, New Toil.. *T_ .; i.i i ny Monareblst, dabi Returo. to J 8, Clark K i.i . ?.,.>-?-'); b. f. liv Monarch!*!, dam M.A. B.. t,l'r U v.. Dudley, Kentucky, 83*4*5; b. f. bv Virgil, dan Queen ol8 ot*,to Joeeph Bwig?rt, Keatueky, 8?oo; b. I by Lever, ....rn H. ru, te \s. K. Applegat., flili; ti. t. b.- in . in Kellin, tn L. r. Tallinn, Jr.,Kea lu? ky, t*JH<i; l>, or er. f. bv Viral!, dam Basie Lhisv.h. i, I., i A. Eblers, New-York, *-'.7..; o.t. by VlrgfUdam laay Way, Jo-, ,.h -Wlitert, Kentucky, $V2o; b. f. bj luii/ Oh ul-. >. i.i. Pair, H. J SV. (meat, K' otu. ky, *Jie;;|i.; bu i. ny Hs t >'i aii'.u.dam Locket, ... EpBrmni iou?ff, Bi, ii,"'..'.. . l'.? '; ch. f. by Hauy (iKallnu. dam l-Vaugo linc, ie **-' -.n I i-aiitt), !)>l?ft; b. t. by Virgil, dam I? Bene IL ,e: . io I. Keru*. $^10; li. t by Lisbon, dam Ai.*, rn ss a: !? u Day, 8390; h. f. by Imp. ...eu, Lr, nain lt?laga.crippled ana not nfl.rod: h.t.bj Virgil, dam A. -nc. io L- A. Khlrrs, .Nrw-lork, O-liii, b. L by Vhxi, da, i La Kiivor.ia, te ls Kenn, -r'Hu. "Old Colonel Sklniut am dc kccri'uli st "an m '.' i nisi .in-l, is nial) Iii Ailinn." "What cause bas. you lor thinking so. Lode Mose i " ?"Well, .ali, de ola C'sinnel na ..' l>> en wuflmor'ii f'J at any ans tine Oe wal), ai d i it wlien be buy* a newsp.ip t 00 d'-stie.i lie .. .ci-- p .1- "ii li's siieoafur fear be mnugni g,l, a ?>.". E...' Boin in mistake fur a nickel. Vt*, sah, u, .;., a mut' TT-*r' ?"-?? | ICXlta ClIllUS? RELIGIOUS CONVENTIONS. Till" :-BESBYTP.RTAH OEHERAL ArWEMBLT (Ali! (-1 M8ABLI D BINWT-Bg ABO TAMlI-i BBC-AB-D (iii.-, si a i i?C( Ali'.val I'l.ss-s. III.' ."I s -I . i 1 si. ? ...ll.l.-l iiM'I.M "1 UH I !!?' Mi-I Sauatoga M'iiiN"-, May 19.?-The cotn* ,i,iitlie Preshylerlan General Assembly,pub? lished this morning, shows 60-1 dslegatei entitled to be ? p those from foreign , There ai MW como IsstaBera present, i eluding 19 ,. B-lagdel. .? s. and usu un a photograph ol i bi entire Awembly w,is takea to-day by W. II. Baker "rorty delegates wera ? ? . i., , ? ireh ' ? Third c ,u "i' ol ta i Gi neral AUlao.. tito Beler_ed ohurebee throughoul Ute world, holding the iv - .? ?..,:. ryatem, ta convene a! Bi fast, Deland,in .lune, i--i, Inelnding tim following i rgjrmen: Tue i:?v. lu-. .1. Al i -..i. ll'-nry, A. Ab "Otb Ier Hodge, Koa wi li I), il lien,-, ck, William Irvin, Henry ll Jes-iip. ii, ,i .!, jo ... .... Everard Kempsball, Henry K I irdD. Morris,J. Howard Nixon, itobertSI I ? i ..ci. Hubert W. Pat! rson, Charles B. Poi i in,..ms M. Boblnsou, Koiiert t Sample, Samuel p. gpec ? J - i'l. t. Tm tie. A i.s.ci J i Marvin R. Tineen! ind Bamnel J. Wilson a i... i. .-rn ay men appointed were: Judge! M. Brock enridgs, of St. Loni ?; Thi -? !? re W. Dwight, presldsnt of Ih, i ,,lumbla CoUSffe Law School, mid Mon,- K Jeal p. of Kew-York. 'ih>- ism snbjects ocs?pylog the morning session I eday were n r. pori nu tue care ol <'?? - ? led clergymen and tbe dlscnsslonol tue report which a(*vl*y ?? Hsblng of tbe Pr i hyteriaB Board of Aid for Colleges sad Acad? emies. This lasl rep iii svns read i>yj>r. Herrick Johnson yesterd... THK WABDg Of THE Clinic.I. The H,.md ..r Belief for Maabled Mlulatera and'the Wi,Ins' s mid Orpb ms nf .ieee.i-e I M.Ul-!,'l's lill- murning submitted Hs twenty-elgbtb annual report. i /.i-. waefre ferrcd to a standing committee, ol which tbe Bev. Dr. Howard Crosby la chaim?a*. In tbe report tbe Board stated tbal 11 bad no debi oa April 1. w ben there were ?I.a; 11. -"ii- ie. e. > iiig aid- 188 ministers, U2 widows of .1, ceii-il ministers and 26 orphan children. The iii,ard deailres to Increase the snnnsl amount paid each fami? ly to 1800, f. r whicb purpose 0100,006 anna il .?? eil] i>e req?Ind. Dr. throsby read tbe report te tbe standing committee which slain: snbstaaea m??owbi Ti i, ih a ni,.ii sa pe cl Hillie eause of relief ford?e abied ministcra which gives it n peculiar interesl lo tbe en.;, -ii. lt : i .ai ge y the cl nell's cue ,,| I la i ei Cl .1 ,1 lat bera, and tl e iir.t thought whloli arises in considering III, , .tull:' IS that of au nb.mdBB! provision, In sviiien t als t..,t , als* I do not respond. That am average ol gl75 a year should be tbe euareb's provision tor tims.* too iti? som oul m in . ivi.e is ,i reproach npon either its jieiccpilon of the need ,,r upon Its liberality In view of tia i i ,,l. Tour cmiiiii.tt.-e u.nst e.trneailv commendI 11.,.. i!.ew being nnVle by ibe board to lld Ike aro ra,'o to -.I"' a vt ar. ss inch amana 'hal tbe cnuicl.es mall giv gi 18,(100 Instead ..: ***73,000 a year lo tbe esuse 'Hie whole receipt* ol la I year were >i<>'. 000 iii which Bl3,000 was derived from t im? permanent fund. Timi fund has nosv g300,000, . ul it alt ? i ai be largely Inori used unleea tbe ebtuolies bei bom morell ersl rn th*?lrauuualgifts, WHh great pleasure we call i.tteu'i.m to the generous gi fi hy br. Alexandei .M. lu lieu lo the In,alt! n! the li,mst am! grounds of tue Bruen estate at Perth A.ul.ny, N. J., as a .na mr dis ebieslministers sad ino widows ami .iran.itu ol tbe Presbyterian Church. Tbe work ol the board is , ,m .lu.ien 'ti a. reasonable a i> .sis a. ). po?obie consist? ently wlib e?cleuey and safety, ifits imo,ne were a* gre it ?s lln.se of the Hoar,ls ol Mollie ult,1 fni-eigii M I ? sious Ita pelee?tage of expena si, uni be ..pially low with toefl? \s*e need aol enlarge apon ibe commanding Importance ni inc work Intrusted ta this lend, it eom* mends Itself to every warm Chrlsllaa bear) aul abo?ld bave a pto*?taent place la the benevolent plan* of every church. Address.* eonmien.lingtbc work of tho Hoard sscrs mutile by ila Secretary j tbe Bev. Dr. Georas Bale aud JobnlLBtavenee*-, oi Phil??elpbBi; the Bev, li.mg.a. I*. I'utiiuin, of Missouri; tie Kev. .lud-nii Swift, of Michigan, and Judge Bobetl P. RBlager, ol ladiaas. Mr. Hwtft stated tbe need of woman's work ea tins niiijct, and Judge ??Inger "treated oontiderable merrlmeat bj ic,.tiing .rn ineldent of ins carly Ute. '* l ea reminded," lie raid, " ol ad,mut. 'ii icily once gu. ii te BJ pastor. Willi,ni! basing consiiHid us to what gifts ihould be iiinle. each woman in tho i ur; h brooghl what aba thought wea needed. Tbe Drst woman carno and handed in a glass tureen Siled svith apple san..,-. |Laagbtor.J Appa ?alic' is good, aad so tae second wouiau thought who 1L...U - I U ?nd also ,1eil,,-i.eil .( I,.lc. lin! ,i|,,..> -,-a ii.e. |AppluUte.| llnis i a, ii is,mian m turn for ii While * ber apple-sauce. I -'nod there tblaklngihal ii,:,-: my Wlf. e mc in -.tie wolla) -Iii,'. ., . -. hy bringing cake, bli ilia ,i loraetblng. ie, bul, mel ibe, toe, as proudly ns Lucifer cuiit.i her gtssi tureen ol apple sauce. [Loag ami eontinned applaus. ' 1 Hil Alli's HY lil! .Hil;, ll. Dr. John a ; i ad again the recommendations ol i'm ? relative to tbe oroposed edncal agency. They were a- f,> l mi ? I. lint a deflutte agency be Instituted thal iballhave . tain, aimil a? C '.'iii'' 'ud wini the Pr sbytena i church. ?j. [hal thia agency be a separate aud Ind pendent board, with ll .flies - and wm ii, 3. That lbs board te eonstunted under the following pro.s, viz: a. The name uf this li ?ard shall be Ibe Presbyterian 1;.i of Aid fort.'o egos and Academies, nnd tb eral v ... iball base the Unalta?ona indicated !,> ns lille. H. l"he !?.ard tlnill consist "f twenty-:,mr mei divided into three eas-.-., comp wed equally ol ministers uld .a, mei., a:,d mn class shall be elected each year. I . lie- offlcSI a ol tbi? Board snail bc a pie a Jent, i ,,-, preslueDt, treasurer, and aerfuaueoI i creiary, li. In tue coaalltutluB of the bo ird ihe I ffereul part. of the country shall bc equitably repn entad. E. Tbe In adqunrt. 11 ol Ihe Bo .rd si,ail he at I "hie .go Ililli till EiC ' HIV. a . ai I. e Ol il. I I t| dents in < uii ago, ur ni tba Immodiate vicinity. 1 Semi annual in, elinga nf Hie Board may be h, ld at different petals in tue country, as me Board thal ncc, 1. (j. The province of the Hoard shall be to secure Sf) nan?al offering from tbe oburches for tats eause, io c ,,,? ia,, with local.. eu. ,? in detei mining iitei for new Institutions, to decide what instltntlom shall be aided, lu ,. --,-u i ?; ieee n?t lunn:,-- -e, kn,g undowumeul ll ?? special gelds open to ibelr appeals, thal clashing liei ween tu. ,t. ..my be avoid, d. and io diseourag. m. ?idepeuilent app al ? lo the chnreb nt l irge. II. lae Hil),inree.-iv.-1 by m. Hoard .ball be devoted citnei to cu 11 .ni ? -psnsesol itruggling m?tiiuuens, or io pei ...anent. ndowmeul -. '1 bc'uniis.i. ali be secured a by innnal offerings from tbe c ?) renes, m al ii iy for <? inuit .ipi nsesof tbe Inst Ito tums, |b) by special spplications for endowmeni under tho spproval aud g.-i.e.,.: direction ol tbe Boara. I a) Every lui bei ealtei . . dillon of receiving aH sa ill oe either organtcall* eon necieti wi?the Prusbylerlau i burch In the Unitedi ni Am, rica, or shan by chanel pros l-iou haveiwu .,!,,-, Heall iii Control ? ihe Presbyterian Church. ib i lu the case ol ii -iitiiiii.iii arcady established, and not te -lU'i. 'I nu' i bi ,i",s. provUlons, ap] i i . :.,,,.ii meit s shall bo so made as to revert to i beBoard whenever limes ltistuotioBi S?all pass (rom Presoyterian control. (, i lu .,11 otb. r respe its (be dish irsr-menl or fu idj gi tbe Hoard shall he wholly dlscreiionary with the Boai ':. both? ,) ailllllllil Mild lllleeiinll, s.laj ft always to lue . ..I..io. of Hm General Aseemblj ;. i., it tue iiuai J be uu altered uud r tho laws of tbe -taie ol Illinois, it ii. i ii .-mi, iwored to n i e ve legs, ie-. ... I'nal n ooinin.; ie ? be now ..pp..i,||. .i to rep to tins AA*4-nii>ly lue names ol Iweniy-foui members lor ibis Board, and any needed directions foi orgasszadon, and that when so reported ind ip.iroved by (lu. Assembly, ssld memb rs *,mi be "mtBorised and enjoin, d to perfeol IBs orga?UaHon ol lae Hoariat lue i ?Tiles) po-?iU.e ila!", au i In pm ced at oil, e, lo H* ns! and responsible stork. EacB anggestloa sv.s read, dlseuaa d and v,,te,i upon separately. The edeptloa of the tii--? was tlie only . one that excited any di cuss:.-a and in seconding tbat ono Hm Kev Dr. Howard Crosby, ter eleven yee-ss chancellor of ihe Chlrerslty of the (.it i ol N-w-Yni k, laid in p ul: t We have got ta Inok n,o minter In the face, squarely aud fairly, The li tera..).,, ami ed nea H., n of inn conn ny to-day. with few BXoeptlons, an rn the hauls of Cm , st? ies- men. tv.- ?u.si iioie nm tact cai ,,,n young people are largely receiving the deepest impression of taelr Uses Hom this Christies* education and Imbibing this Cnlistless literal ure. That insinutlon which baa UO re llgioa ls nie,ig',,,.-. ("ales* thara is a posture religious tone In our educsttooal Institution toe tone ls opposed lo religion. In Ol?el H, deft nd ourselves affSlns) Hu- mi? lli, i, h loree ol csu vs mast establiab t!,? proposed board lo muk altai om aoademical a,el, .Uegiatc institu Gone. Satan ls try luff to undermine the i bureb by false tesehtag >.f sobmoa Men who *n lu the protessers' chan, .tata ti.eir ii, i- and tben Jump ai their theo rn-*, baaed on a lew facts wbicb lucy have laugh t. Tbs theories are presented parallel with tbe facts, nnd th. young men can't ill-, i uga is, i between He true full anti lin-tulse un one-, in., laymen iu setenee ate ns fully qua.Hied lu iii.ni tai?>.rle* nam facts m i.a professors are, uiihough, of course, tii.r ara sol ab..- te (iiscnss the fails. We res the .ame la theology, la regard to tbe giv.t; *i.aru ol..ei mail nonsense laughlin our semtaarlos. [Applaus. j Iii-. Pusey says tbal the (.in,.an mind is verj quick to ucti.it differences, but singularly obtuse lu observing Similarities. Ann l i.e-e in unit n I hu. Kt rs come In iv and ou' protesaurssouuo iii. .1 names m.d Ideas, snd capti? vate om sunn* men by mlngliug fscls and (boori?. To prole tonrselves against Ibe ** scleueeJ I ? i aile?," st, i,,,i-i iwaaeb ih? .tip by establie-lug the agency. .Appian-' lu- Rev. Dr. Everard Reaapeh?Q, pastor ol lb. .. nt -lisabeth, spnk' lu favor Ol th ? wm k, ami SO ni i i'e Rev. 1>:. A.i.ci! SS.i.iams, ,.! San I rn.cir.' .. Dr, Ramps?aU tobi tbe etary ol Wa eadseven ta lawyer despiio bis deceased metber** paning ?? i have net y,,u i.paii ssc the miuiiiiy." -n, died a baa l.e was only.i,mc years old. he san), bil ncc,., i I-!-, uni smpbaslsed tba feel tbal if the rlscu gee mon i would eoasecraia then- .-isis te tbe office ol tae min ami thu. practically settle tbe questions raised by Dr. j,,nu. n lu bia opening sermon ?? Wiiat shall be?one to as, i'i Hie I?uilne ul t in- mi, ii., i'esoiutiyus weie aJopt'd, ai reooBuanded bj lb) Committee. Au nciusiaii ii, ibe afternoon to Mount M iGmwoi at tract, ln.aio. pi partion ol tba simiuis who did m>t leav. town. An e. 1,-rs' meeting wa. raiser slimly at tend.-.1. a-tin- I... ,.,ci. ch,..e tn dev..te tb* aflerinian IO piessnie. a tamper?nea meet!og addressed by Hr Un?es and olliiis io the SVOS?t?I OOO*p?ried tbe Iii l week's w,rk of the. (Jenora! Assembly .lel.-.iit, s, but Hie ai ni noon aod evening Beellaga to-day wsw Independent of the Aaa mi,iv. Iir. Johnson i ? i elved many eonrratulatloni tb i,nu, r. rattling tbs j er feel unanimity with sri i. li his re? port on higher eduoat ion ri'.** iee,'... ? ,-,mi? ll.en lattens ml,.pied l.y the Assembly. Few roporta of Importauoe t,, tbe < hnn-b ev. r pe ised with ss Dtne , ? ll- iisajiin and witliont tinieiid'n'-nt. In conversation I is.lh lui. ?Inn-' m. ? iircsponilenl, I'l "obn*o_ et- i , ...Hi Hie a, '.,.n nf tue hly and greatly pl Bini sith the cordial reception i which bad had bc n si ordcl iii- report. " B"hal will i.e the Imiu I respondent. ... , . I ? -ll ,,'irl.einl , locate ??;?-. iiml iir.-I--: churches ell os.-i tbe country. ?? ss i i ans li - the La-t lie aided I" ?'.%..; hui ti,, i- i.a Kansas nnd another n Me line. HI ,.iv received man* ? - for help Imth in asaUtlng weahln ?? ti sud m :.ml"-' bow "ie -." '? Hms hi , t,,,| sig, ; lom lund I" - lt i- -!.-,. td. i . il. Md oruilek. ol i hit ..... na- su_ acrlti ,i l expei * ol iel alie rtptlons !??"?** tbe , lose ol Ibe tssen -.?- I. , all ba ta take an ann - "> Ibis piirpose. " lias any other ('burch a similar ageBcj I -Ti . nallsu hiv, ami then laeeoM baa In ii inosl i markahio." ___, st the. Iden m. ?. rternoon Bund .; schools were discussed by judge Hooper C. l'an*Vont. ol Bew V, rk. and Homer N. lil'":,td. ol llyile Park. Illinois. .lu.Ige v..:. Von! explained the working* ol thc system I on in Dr. lin *s i': ir " snd i islon ich.s. which wa- .le ?i ii,.-, i in 1 in. Tin.it; in* ou Munday, Bay.o. Mi, Hibbard told ol tbe *ucce*s attending tbe t*nuAaj sel.1 system employed in Ibe cl .ireh ??' thc Kev. V ( Ray, '?: il,.I.- Park, near Chicago, fte suiHUlntendent *,- n,mini.;:..,| in (he church -? ... le,I al "'" annual intering ol Ihe c horeb members. Tue I'listoris considered lue nuking c-teer nf the - i*. ''''","'' more contest between him and the superiiitenienl tnan lietwc. . and a colonel In Hu* army. Another len; mc ;- i corps ol ,?'!.* teacher*, with ability totaaon i or it.man class, which attend -? bool regularly ami -iipp:,, - the place ol an* slieenl leacber. A SEMINARY DISCUSS--). Pim.Ai.LLi-iiis, May 19.?-Ia il)** General Synod of the Beformed Preebyl risa Cbnnb m Re-*? Ajnertea in-day u (Iteonaalni) sraaa over tbe repeat el ih" Board si iSaperlateadeateol lb. I J Bemtaary m tale etty, Rider Bf. ti. Rea ton, el Pittsburg, I ik? | ? eeptlon to ibat portion of tba report which Bawd thal toe c. .miiiet of tbe stndenu bad beea' ali tbal eould ,M> desired Tlie R. v. Robt ri m..ir als,- Bppeaed 11 ?? repnr' snd stated that rt bad eon-c to tbe cir. of tbs grsater p ilnm of the Synod thal B ) OUBg man WBO was k'.owu tobe of intemperats babita bad bi en linens d, tuc Kev. John Scott, ?i New Tor-, snd other* def,md. I Hie report ..uii, bal n I.al tae n poi I - ol misconduct ,.-i lae pei j of lac -tilden:- ? unli'ii' . The K? v. A !'. ' -'"n said h.-uuiie,.!.,",! tn,-sm,nc tn in referred lo bad gOOS l'< Brooklyn lo preach suth the arneb ..r liquor ob his breath, rue reno t was further defended bi the Ravw. J, BaeDowell, lue i: iv .1. bes V. Bria ? and ot ben Tho report was thou adopted ead tba tyaad aejenraed uutil Mondap. _ ( ATHOLIC PBI?ST8 OBDAINED. TBOT, N. V., May 19.?The trinity ordinii i ions... tao students et* 99. Jneeph's Prevta?lal Beahaary id hire ta-day. Bely ordere wera conferred by th.- Kiiii, Kev, M. .1. ii'r.tri.ill, I). 1), Lisin.pof Trenloi), n. j. ih" M oa sg a??? tbs sarogao* atndenta abe were ordained le tbs pi k. al o "i i Rtabard Jeeeph Barns, Luke .Im, j, , i.v.-a, Wi.'um Joseph M'i.ill. I'atnclj, Francis ii.,ii,. Kc..ii Rerca, Joseph John Raby. Tbe nil,,-.sing wen erdalaed deaeeae: Joba Jeeepb Boyle, Mooee Edward R Partier, -lohn BraaeBi w-ir, .Lillie, ss .uer link.i. Th.mi,. Jamee Babouy, rhoaaa iiii.ei- Hickey, liam.-' WU I ism Kavanagh, AagnsUae Michael 0'**elll, Janies Fran is Maher. i ne following stn.. ,ii,lame,i - rn dee eon* i Jobs ?ley. -ma Mcketiini, Michael Joseph Mst Bern, J,,lin James j"-.[.ii im.na, Bageae Ambrose Shine, .l.'hn Charles Higgins, IC?ward hi,hard rrciiilerj;ast, J,.hu r'r-iic -Miiiitian, fuomaa Bi raard O'Brien. VIRGINIA Kl'l** OPAL COUNCIL. _K iimiisd, Va., May 19.?In tlie Virj-iniii Protestant Episcopal Conactl to-da* a resolatioa was adopted aii'liorl/iiig the Klshop to iippolnt n eommlltee toeoastdei thi subject ,,f a divtstan ot tb. .ii,smsa, A telegram was rand fr.m. the Kev. hr. Kan.ioipti. As si-tant Bishop sleet, asking time tn ttonattlcrtba ?Mar. Mi" c -in ml t tee ta ts limn i. iu referred ina! per'.Inn of tho Bishop's address concerning tao nlallon ol Ute Church to th,-c ..rn dr ipleinthe Uart, i -'.ne* lubaalttea" * favoring separate ehnreb organIsatloas f,>r tho colored people. Tills wa* signed bj Hie tiin-e .colored mlnisien on iho corn?ditee. lt sva-s unanlmoualy adopted A VALUABLE T1IEOLO Ul Al. LIBRARY. Nobbutowb, Penn., Maj 19. Al to-day's mealing ol iii i. im ll was anti i that the family al tbs tata Dr. kramii ii ni d. I in i I a? mien lion to preaeni me tlbrarj belongl < m hr. Knuth lo the Tb . i ila llbrarj la eatimated te contain ai..ir 15,000 volumes, snd ls n gsrdsd a* Hie Urns! i.ml li. s! sci , -1... t one Hi IbC I BlK A ?stale A cou?lttoe wa* therefore appointed t>> isiniiu the inform (Hon in re.ati.m tn n,e iimai . ? ,- rel CAPTURR or A So LVD OUT! ur. . I I I-. KA I'll I" 111. I IIWI M ' Columbia, 8. i., Mai 19. "Little Joe" i,,,-i.. . ; of ibe lian i "f nullawa and "ne"; tuners** who have i reeled tbs fsstseesesel tiler-.i . ? i d* for tbe psst tea yean, wa. cap lured In tbe mountain* yesterday morning by revenue i , pents resists titer n -mu p -ku mil ed. Ile WM ville .laii svith his latl.ur nnd t.sn bu,: i rs, WBO ii" awaiting trial tor ?? moonshiuing." Thu prisoner li is Slice*! -',i.i., eluded tbe ofll ? fu s - .. -, sn I b ? ten ie*-.rd mm a. i prise HIE STOUT Ol lill, i UslEi: MASS !< RE. AN ACCOt'BI OP lin ?' si i.nu::; ins in uv AN? IM.IAN SS ..MAS. I ur rsi. ;.i. us.ii ii rna t.hbi ga.) Bt. Paul, May 19. Since General Canter and ht- i .iiiiinutid ni Hue lum,ind tren miiaaaored by the luaus of Bitting Bull, two or iiu.-e i.,,.?- have toea given each of which purporTa*d lobe a correct his? tory ot tbe Bgtat Bato! tbe perttculan oftha iln-iT have '., ii ni,:) meagre account* /'?- Pioneer fVaas nov pnbll bes an Interview bel oreen acorn ? Bat at Btaudlng Bock Agency and tue wife ol Tat?tuna beglss?a, sr Spotted Bon i:..:;. Thia woman li 1.1-1 can-ill Ol "111 mg i: . ... for ^s bel nt:'a true account "i tbs bun ie. > After deserlMng the ? and the ntnal of Ma . on -i e da ? bi i ni .mk or 11 szi, and bis men tboroag?I* panlo-eti?ken tbs a oman stated lhat tbe retreat ana its consequent .ie" fended when the binn ol Custer's trumpet* told the Hoax < il th ,, h. i,i i: .--ci the riv. ?. and b iud ? ?,, ala icm. ., ii ,,?!., a,, j,i uii. inn -,?,ii hemming *,t.aa Ml ena sta nii.v narro wti cir. ?? The fsomaa mounted bei ? ixl. ml bei camp, si bi ie ?),, g,,,?i rlew uf Ibe bill beyond, Hhe ian the troop* mme i.pan.I .ll in .uni. lae!) '..nih n, .?i ii. i lie re i ie ? l mi iin- i.ni toward th' river, bbs -a ir the terrible elbe! ol the wltheiiu thc approach from the willows on tbe Indisn*'aide ol the stream, and laughed as she ssld: "Om penn bad ? ... gun* sud nmmunitlou to kuli he nee I ii"-,- wbo bad mn away lull Ham behind" Hlowly trotting north alosg tho ^outskirts ol tm- encamp mema,-I,,- :,, ed tin- Indian* who bad crossed getting lo iii Hoop clatte! th. k'iiu were left of them retrial tn thei-horses und ,, sh* i.e.ul the yells ol ber klu.lred and tbe shuni . ninl'-, but*.i, aa tbe ^former grew picutici and the latter fewer, she could distinguish little save hci th' ie au unjin,itel cluster of men ami bi Kiowie her pony logged down tbe stream. When _*? reached th. Mliinecoiijo camp, on the extreme loft, not au honi's ride, abe Mild nol ei,,- white soldiei ?.,. , "ii Ibetdeld. < 'i bones Iben were plenty ; these the I mi ians .pared. The Custer men wen soon stiippeg ??,[ t_e ludlaua knew they had killed Hm long-hatred rhlef, hy his buckskin cat trimmed with lieaver which they i.'iiiiil ii|i,,ii him. i'ue Mona losl thirty killel and i.,? ttiun iivuit asmaaywounded,the li..Lan- numl tis.- thousand In a ? "* THE Elli si sEA ELEPHANTS 3EEN BEBB. Chin ii-. Uti.lie. an Importer of ran birds and animals at Ko. 53 Chntham-st., received iron Bal Franckmo yesterds" gre sea elepb?ats,tbe iir-t ,,r the ruc.-, whleh bara ever leen aeon et??Ide et either tiu-ir native eic*?ent or the etty by the Golden Oate, They sn only four months eat Three af them sn ma tn,, i, ni iin riiey were ea?ghi mi "-"a Elephant .Beach, aboul Jno mile,- Ir,un ."-an Prat) iteco, and afur having a ?-aod reel m ii, tl atty wen seat by express, aaeh ma rep,nate erato. Wiicr wu. dashed ,,ver them frequent ly ea tb. Journey, wb i daya ami a hair. "They wen tai?n from tbe Bria lu.nt li 'ency city to Mr f' K ?'?'?" pla. k. n Vtii, n i ? , i ;; ,,,, Ht, li orates aad put tog-eUa i ihej U.tdlataiy begaa rubblsg BOSea an 1 .al,.se* ii,,,,,, f,a(.(, otb. r nndl tlifv bes ratal rushing Into ll preps! ... idled and n .uni squtnaed ap tim tneUne aad down bite itar, when ihej * ., . i .,; taf .. .,e.u ini| i1au mg their neck* aboul lu ibu moat conteoted iiiaum r Hsli ssi-tr fi d lo I.i ni. rslii. , il,.-, took down n.io.r bra -ni- ( ,; ,,s. th ? s, a bel I eomlug ruin.", sst;.n full-grown, sea elep snisare ,,!?,.?:, tweaiy-four leel long _,d weigh someumee Bra tons. Ile ] . og :,. > ? ,. , ,;.. h ,, digi r frotn their n ! nu . trunk-like noses, wb.cn are mai ls two feet long rbej havs large, lustrous, mild brows eyes, but tuen ear* an- mere Ui,ie.., extremely small di rectiy behm . - lt iiny be ;i mialiiy big toorre fur eo_ao_t*> tliui w ii. i a pu'maa esta dows an'say*: ?ii-,,, r .-,,( fu. de n.i. nn.u c iLi't get tai be-.heuj'' bm gib the po' mau a chance, an' iee ho- quick he'dstau* in thei.0u lu.la ...uti-. -aitjlisiUS- fratvc-ilufc OUT-DOOR SPORTS. . THE MEADOW BROOI HCHT CLUB RAPES The meetiBff af tho Meadow Brook Hunt dan, held ea ibe etub*a emu-- ? aa ir Oardea Citf yeetee. dfir, came off svith the tavorabte cud.linn, of faultless weather, a gnni attendanec and well-oootooted race*. The s;,.-,-.ai ir.ni e?Tied down a lTge Beas? hel ol' New Vork people. The many vehicles, the Imis.-s. ami the gay attire of ladies and ai tba grand stand ur spread ever the green meadow made a seeae verj pretty te look at li wa-J ii) p. m. When 'ol.1 Vs.Ilium Jay, J. ('? K. i.-mr,",??<* nmi Re crt Hewart aseeaded tie stand and Uagled tba bell lo " eoma ind weigh.*1 Aral ram svns for half-bred qualified hunt? ers, a ball m.le mi the flat, weight 168 pounds. ?u.e starters were the Rssea Oeaaty Hinit'i br. m. Madge, A. Ladeaborg's white mare, V. o. Lorll lard'i br. g Blab ut, ami B. h. Morgaa'a i.r m. Kathleen. Bclmont'a Mineo's and ZbrowskTa Fred R, wars drawn. J. M. Knapp rode Madge, C. I>. Holmes sinbad and A. H. Purdy Kathleen, lins latter won by two lengths; Sinbad wa* see,,nd. The second race, au spss sweepstake* ateepleohsse, for nuasll tie.I li.miers, Bbeal two miles, brought Bat four starters. I. D. Cheever rede hie own b m. (iitana; ll. I. Muli, il r le bia "svn r. g. Bey Kiue; (ieorgo Work rod.- the Lm.g Island Stablee* hr. g. Pembasti aud R Eborowski bia b. m. Ul R Mr. Work put Baeabaat under the line an ea*y winner, <.itann being second. The next race, wni, li gave tim farming people a chance to bet and "feel a little sinked," was tho Kennel pone for horses OWBOd hy fanners over whoso ground the club hunt!, lt wa! n laughnhlo sight. George Retch?? rode F. Barton's b g. I'uok a*;, av from the real of tue Held. The hors,; ?how.d thoroughbred qual iti,!, but hu oivu.-r roared hu tad " been ploughing stiff -od with him ali tbs sick." i*. Pryor*! Hemp rtead Boy mi- - , ,,:,,! uml Joiui Brown's lau thlni. jh- i!,k'' wert BBS ta firs; sad 918 ta seeond. ih fourth ra.", s heavy-weight sweepstakes fur a cup ;.i,..- niel ni i.. h. Morgan, was w.m ny Beroury,the property of the Long i-iaml Stables, ridden by I 9. Hands. A length bobin I isa- Belmont's CarmeUtarld iici, bv IL L. Herbert. A. Dongau svns thrown by bis di ::. Pl?tata*?. I lui,- wen nine st.trlers in the I'o'o iweepslnkes, a half mile flat r.,e,'. ii. it. Rich?rdeoB's Tom Boy, formerly li.-nlia, eenie lu ahead, tbe Lung Island Stables' i'uck, ridden by (Jorge Work, being scc s id. I'lie ponte*! for the Rani ("up svas i. very good ono, tho three mi les over hurdles being rna br six hones. Hob son's choice, ridden by his owner,Stanley Mortimer,was sa easy winner, K. h. Bergan*! Kenney aad J. D. I be - ser's Vivian following Iii tm* nrder named Mr. Work Mr i I.crier and Mr, La Montagne all Indulged In falls. Consolation was given la the last race lo huggan's i'll anton, ridden by Mr Ladenbr?rg; Morgan'! Kenney, ii,Li,?', bv Oeorge Work.be?igseoand. Mr. Rolmee on (iebhHrd's Inion got around llrst through a nobie scorn or lumping ihe hurdles. Imo . il, p spic present wera Mr. and Mrs. James Brown Potter, Mrs. Richard Irvin, Jr., Mi- John (?. Hecw.sii.-r, Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Bob Mae, 9. Vf. Iir.dgui.iii. Mr. uni Mrs. A. Belmont, lr., Miss Jean liiruure, Mrs. Valentine lt. Rall, Miss Auna Hail, Miss Halsy Slovens, Mis* Kate lliilkelov, Mi-i Leek.nan, Mrs. William Douglas, Mrs Jabs Lowery, Mr. and Mn. James M Waterbury, Arembaid Murray, Mr.. L. L. Ludlow, I.idy Mindeville .md K. S. hicker s.ir. Mr. lay brought on Ills co eh Mn. ./av. Mr. and Mr- >. I -u d', Mi. nad Mrs. Purdy, Miss wink. Mis* Oelrich* and Klehsrd Mortimer. Oa B. D. Morgan'* break wero Mt*. Morgan, J. F. h. Linter. Mrs Tsa Iga ami 9. li. Appleton. Mr. BS?BOBt also brought a party. RABB.BAf.TL NKVVS. The largeet crowd <>f flu- treek aaasnibled at (lie I'n'..i .ii.muds yesterday to Wit?BBS 'he llrst game of baeebell played in this city between the Metropolitan an,I Halt inn,rs; nines lu Uni American Association chain plon-hlp serioi. Thc game waa won by tho Metropoll. tan (.ino aller a clone and unusually interesting con? st. Holli sides played BScell.'illly snd bnt for two ?riors not a run would have i, nu scored on either aide during tbe nine innings. rho Metropolitan nina in the Brat inning wen nut out Without a lu ni gel ,lng BB a batt In Iho see,md Inning the II.illlm.ire team -cor. d a run. McCrim. k made a BSfe hil and went to sec,md on Farrell's out ut first luise. pul nit a lull lg Bolttart bet he B?SSed lt. altbmigh be threw Poa eal at tii.t base. MoCorasleh went ta third base "it ll"! ? il- miss and MOM home on l'gglat's blt. Egglet was thrown out while nianing to aa lad Kui fer Hoi?srt'a error lbs rna weald nat havo been s ored. lr,,in Hil- p. ii nt ru the riff h Inn* ng no run- wees lim ai,'i,,;>',lunns managed ta gel ta a ,*?? ., v. ml tines, Snit nut le J mal in the ti rt t* Inning tbs horns player* I.v two hit. and au error scored two unearned rani Kennedy wes the Bnl to the bal bul was moa retired. Crane uisde s short hit Just out nf the Inti.il .!? to -.."nd on Nelson's hil lo centre ne!,!. Ky brilliant li,,.,- tunning ( i mm L"t I" thud, and while utter Hon was d ou bim Nelson atoll ta seeond Brady weal to ,,? h. ii. i rn- Baltimore men closed In, Brody ? . Reid a reen,,i base, sud li era -cue i, i),,:ii. nae and Bel , ,. Hg ,, ,1... 1 tam 11.1- [...lin Ihe game ii , . contested bul no runs were scored Intu. lasttlve nm lng* not s Ballimore man reached Orel hsse i, ne. Brady, Holbert, Crane, Kgglet ?pps lided : UetropoUtaa . 0 0 I) B 2 0 ') 0 >- I . il I i) I) il u 0 0 0 1 I?Mel ? , . ? ?. ? bi ?' ns m 4. Ballimore, 9. -un,, oul Mi ii", m.isa. ... lt hi timore, s. , ? .rt . ? ,<? . i ? ? ? hi tan : ii linn . Total ba** hill sir- ;. ; , Baltimore I. .1 ? playi si,, '"ii.i.. s au l .items, anil l-'.iro.l. -terss ?n.i ' - i awed '.al.* KeUe, I. i i. .il. i - .,f gems ? ? ftr-thi se mlnaiea. ,1( Dntfn'o. Raffsln . i '? 0 i) i) l 4 ii h 7 Nw V.na. i) -' (J 0 O 1 0 I il I 1 ' Chicago. ..ii H (l .) (1 o 1 il it i Boston .o 'i ii l ooo ii .) l Al Detroit. Provide?es. I 0 0 si 0 0 0 0 0 5 .il 0 2 g 0 (J 1 0 (J?7 St cleveland. and.Da. 1 10 10.) 9 ?? s I'll a. il 0 i. I OH ' 1 (J 10 tl I Cincinnati.I 0 'l 0 J .) :l i) i) fl Kciipss.<i () .i o ;i o o i) i) ;i .4' ?>' 1.;'in. all*.I) .) I) ll I) I) I) I) ti ll -i i..nus . 2 ii (j ti u o ii ii o 4 At I'h on. li I/ih: n. Atbl *!'? . 0 I ') t 'I ') ii it i.-ll .") "i 1 l .) i) . H ; -, -???.I Had College lime ol .-, aili Orange, N, .1 , played ???'?tu ino Williamsburg Athlctl, flub niue at lae union Grounds, ll . yu. y. ? . ila* i i , i iu ;.tn,i ni ibi IO? Many students accompanied tue Bim H.. a> Hie Cu lon (irom ,i i resulted :?.-?, in ,s i ?itt; Collin*. I ins ni .s i ., d tb Q ?? ,S ss ,--,t 11, ii niue st ri .ni,,, i l's ?. :.,i?ij. KiiiNi i i iv. N, ,l. May ni. ina nf) moon a gameaf Baseball, which does nol count, however, foi the Inter amp o iship, nat pl ,y. i :,-i,. bj nm nines of I'rlneetoa and Uarvatd Itresu i uansuaj victor* for Ihe home club by a -e,.r ol 1 il I , 1. Ni sv-ii ni v, May l'.? Thg Tr'r^lsrrsril nrnhiniii tall mate ii to-day sttra. led mucBattaBi ?n. follow lng :. lb. aeon by Inning* i s.>. s o o o :i o i) 0 c-s Hal'.Ul . 0 1 0 0 I) 0 0 ll n 1 A ii marhabl ? t, stare of Iks game was the pltohlag of 11'i ie.;, ii men slr?lag out. Uarvarda second-baseman I iye<i a atrong *,aii..;, putting aul 8 and ma?ag 0 U.-IHlS. THE DOUBLE.8CULL BACE. T_e ai ucl.vs oi BgieeBB nt for a double-scoll nee diawa ap by thes?taUlbs Rowing Association and signed by 11.iit.iii and Coalsy wen received yester? day al tba on-ice of The Turf, 1'iriii and Farm, uml Mr. Passay bas forwarded them to Maalan aad Lae at Lowell. They stipulate thal the .takes-hal. ba (8,000 aside (foOO of will, 'i I- now nu deposit); lhat Bl 'OOO laeli shall bo imt no June ls uml | a),i addi! un,at August 1; that tho distance .hall be (Oar ml,es, two miles and return, that tlie lace .hail be roiled between the hours of 3 and 7 p m. ob Wednesday. August 15, in smooth wat.i; thal i be course shall be Bagged along the senile two days before tbs rae,-, si Intervals ol 100 yards; tim! the turning buoyashall be anchored forty yards apart; lhateaeb crew inall 'urn it-own buoy; thal no steamer, ezeepl the referee'! boat, shall follow tbe contests?ts over the .name, .ml that ll.iii.iii and (unley shall have the righi to narnu the i o.use on th" da. of making fha Second deposit, pro Tided the) selecl eitbei Uamplielltown, Point ol flneaor Luke Mai unit',),,k. The articles are satisfactory to the baefceroffl.m and Lee, aud lt la thought that they v ,.i be signed at Lowell ti it.ioiu objection, ATHLETII 8 OM STATEN ISLAND. The rating iiKctiiii' ol tlie stiitcii [aland Athletic ( tab wi- I ,|,I BB tba grounda ol the club ut Welt New Kilgin oil i .?-**?:. la;, ,,'t, n.nnu. In tlie OBS Blk, handicap, V. V. Murray was the t?tor : ti.nu i,.ii. There were seven entries tor the two-mils bl. i. W. li,mid svon ihe ia,, in a ii,mule*. t>* seconds, lt J i ar.oii being iccoud. riie 100-yard handicap bau twenty-one anti les (J. Dericksoa.Jr.. won In in 2 9 .. e. lue remaining race, resulted a* follows: one mile, handicap, ll. Wagner, time 4: *,-??*; 220-jard run, handicap, bj W. ll ,.p,,i, rn ::l J .1 seconds; tttO-yard . un. bau lie ip, by r idains, In It'i'i 1 ,i, on-eslxth '.uiit* bindle rac-, l.y ( 1 Boat wick. In iii I ."> leoouds; IB! rm,n,ns high Jump, by J. f. Rinehart, height ?") teet 7 li,elias. PRICE, lill. I.V.I.I-II RUNNER, BEATEN. Ai thc M.ii.lniM.ni Athletic Club Orounda, yest. ida. aft. nm.m. a large uuni'iei af people wltl) the ti ninllg innt race rn tweea w*l__na .-,??.-,e, ?t*am*r1tB of Paanaylvaa?, and (naries Moe, sxh hsmptoo sf tue WarkL W. ii. ('nit:-, the starter, sailed the aaea te tbe aeratch at 5:45 p m. They ran i senly toaethor, aud the ll ii! milo wa* made In 4:.Vi. In the .*, ond mlle I'rlcs tonk the lead 1 ki*/ bela lian MMBS position up tu tbe last lap of lat) mee, wheo flteelo forged ahead, aod Pnoe, after an un? successful effort to catch bim, fell fainting upon the track. He was carried ta the club-house. The time by miles was as follows : I ttdht, ***?__? miles, 10:10s 3 miles, ln:39; 4 ml 1^20:4*1 3_ '., .'J"'1*** 26:041-6; ? milos. 31:194-5; 7 miles, ?*?"_?_? miles, 48-001-0; 9 milos, 47-J3 3-5, and 10 milee, 5--40 1-5. THE YACHTING SEASON. A LIVKLY BCBBBIB TDK KAY?YACHTS ""UB BALK? NKW8 ANU UsOBSIP. it Looked as if tho yachting ooAtwn wag fairly opened in tho vicinity of the BoawanJiaka Yacht Club bouse yesterday. Only l.alf a dozen venae"* lay In tho basin, and on these the painter and ship can-enter were busy. In front of the club house, however, a tine fleet of yuchts svere swinging at their moonr.gs ami the white ,f pleasure cruft gleamed on the blue svaters (rom up by the red trails of Cant lo William, where three small sloops u en- netag, down to the Narrows, where the beautiful schooner Monta?h was coining up with eveiy working-ail drawing. Anson Phelps's (schooner yacht illino up the hay and anchored oflTompkinsville just ii- ex Commodore lase got lu- cutter (irlva under way un,1 stood for the Marruwa. Down toward Clifton the British yacht flag fluttered from the schooner "loft Uiiis' and the steam yacht RSfsrnnBB. The Sift Wing i* -aid to lie sn excellent nea boat, but she ht not very Band? rum.- in appearance, her foremast being -topped uu u-tially far aft. Among tho yachts lying oft the -<eawan luika Club house were tho Ortva, Kay. Meteor. Kltln, Soft Wing, Valkyr, fleet wing and l.'ispcraii/.s. The topsail sch'.oner RokO_?I ls now being sailed as a fore-and uftcr, but her owner, W. A. W. Stewart, intends soon to put on the .spars for her square-sails. Nearly all the yachts in tin'.so siaten which will go Into commission this siitu:.ier a re now ready, and lu anticipation of tho com? ing regattas many of them make almost dally trips out pi tbe Monk to get tho vessels ? down to their lines " and to test tim improvements that have been made In the course of the winter. Tho danger which the Onoto was in when she wai Strook by a Bonall off tho Quarantine lsluni'.i last Sun? day ta Bald te bns-e been cnnsldorably exaggerated In the reports which were given ot lt at tho time by excited yacbtsmen who witnessed thocapilzmgnf the Grayling and saw the Steele knocked dawn, 'ibo facts are that ?-! ii nibing from lier decks and took In very little stater she was lying hose-to under the stern of the Mn.itiiuk when tho squall strook her The ('myling ls lieing got ta order again but lt will be a long tiuie yot before ahe alli be the handsome yacht she was on Sun? das- morning mat. Tho-e who desire t" purchase steam yachts, and have pones coninienani?te with thelr dcsirei, hare now the Stranger and 'li i Polynia to chouse fro.u. Tho stranger ia to ,? sold nt auction on May ill, and the 1'olynia ls offered al private salo. Many beta huve been made nm,mg yachtsmen n? to the price whleh tho Stranger will bring. I lure ls much activity among tho smaller yacht clubs. Tbe flag files from the Columbia Yacht Club house and th. ownen ol the sloops nnd cat boats that compose tho licet of this club are out for dally sails on the Hudson and ,!,, nu the bay The ngalla ot" tho New-Jersey club will take place mi .lum. 18. Thc course will be from the Klyslan Fields to aad around Huoy No. 13 off the West Hank and thence back to tho ( omnitinlpaw dock. This club has a Heel of twenty boats, comprising sumo of the fastest small boats oa the buy. Among thom ls the cat* n i na', impel, which I. is lie. 'ii titled .with a cabin und jib and club topsails, i mo of tho best-known open bouts in these watara la the Dan Devil, whleh belongs to this club, being owned kby et Commodore Dllwortb. Oue of Hi* boats which formerly Hew th. signal of this club, the H..I,,.ken, has gm rather aged .mills to lie broken up. Her owners, st-ven in number, will each receive a walk? in.' stick made from her spar* and it canvas neck-tie made from ber Mila as a memorial of tholr craft In the Last yaehtliig .natters are very lively Iler eshoff, tbe blind bout builder of Bristol, it. I , bas built f,.r himself a cutter fifty feet long, tai feet beam and drawiug eight feet of water. She ls ofaBe KngUsh type and i- expected to he very fast. Iferreshoff ls the builder of Frederick Allen (lower's eat-boat (ileum, whleh beat all bouts of her -lie In the race* at Cowes, England, bat year, and of many Otbei e. iel,ruted boats. He hus two steam yachts on the stocks at his yard at Iirlstol. ISSOBgtbe new yachts Id Lantern waters ls the st-ani i a,-ht I'.u i a. uda. built last full,for Captain Kenyon, of S'ansgansett Pier Her owner'built her with the Inten? tion of.tuking a trip to Smith America lu her, but now offen her for sale. Among the yacht* of the Narragan? sett Yacht M'lui. which havo gone'Into commission aro Henry J, steer*, schooner SoclaL walter Onega's sloop i ,? i .... ( h.ir'cs O. li-.,,mar's sloop Henry Butler, the ? Haidee, I'l.dme.JHildegarde. Hope, ITenilctta and Klalne. This club proposes to build a club house on Coiiaiiicut Is...nd and a float at Newport. TALE ATHLETIC GAMES. Ni \s Uss iv, May 19.-At Hamilton Park (Ins afternoon intercut wis divided between the athletic gani s arni the baseball game between the Talc and Har \-iird freshmen. Tbs former carno first in order. The iiferiunm w ii bright, but. strong wind blew down the , to the discomfort of therunnersnndhiiriuful to the record!. This mectlmr, which 1* tho fifth of the Yale Athletic Association, proved one of the very bett, tbs Sd vantage of Blass games and a trainer being very ap |. ii nt. Most of tho records are good, the Yal. record >wared la two Instances* aad tin* Oollage record la another. The ex. relies were: Mlle mn?A. Carr, :, I 47 i putting tim shot?J. II. Briggs, to, 34 feet 10 Inches; two mile Mayde race?L IL Hamilton, 'US, 6 mlnntea, if) 1-5 seconds; loo yards?lt. s. Hronks, li ,'83, lOl?; throwing ibe hummer?I*. L. I'orttr,'84, , tish Inches; iuiewa.it K liner nih, '-,. fi 8. M., a minutes, 4 3 .rda?R. C. colt, '99; ona? na run with record cup -Charles li lissy, '-ii, j'l'ti^. 4tiis?r,!s Brook!. 50 J*-b seconds, lowering no ord ma Ic hy Ooodwln, of Harvard; lug nf \s ,r. '-:> aeiiins! '85, won by '85, lin- lennis idhi uaim-ot is not yat eloseaL Thc tingles ls between Read, Camp and Sargent; the doubles be? tween Prestea BBd Heming, aud Professor Wool.ey and Sargent. (Jf to-day's contestants there will probably br seal to ?Ott Haven, Carr, ling!"*, I, liaises uml Hamilton. HARVARD ATHLETIC BPOBT8. Bobtob, May in. -Tho queing meet inc of the II,: i.,r: Athletic Association tonk place this afternoon. owing were tbe ete'its and the WlBBCn: One mlle walk -8. I SOU I**-, - 1 . Brat, time BtOB*- t, ll. I) ii ling, '84, leeoad, B:*iO-a Tiirosvlng fie hammer C.n. Ki;,, '88, -ii feet 11 laohoa.hosting tho ben ll i: s ,rd r.-.tird l>> tsvo feet, one hundred yards dash ? a l -'ebb,ns, '-,*,, lillie ID'S) Se.-ntl,ls. Runalaghlghjnmp -W, P ina, -BS, B feet 7 inches. Oue liutidxel and in i-nti- lards hurdle ra.-o-J. I). Bradley, ?i; tun", IO 1*5 seconds, ILilt-ml'.e run?VY. II. (lood wla, Jr., '84: Mme, 9 minutes, ir, second, belting the heel college record. Raanlag broad lanip w. -mien, 'Hil, IB fee) ii lachen rwo-bundred-and-twenty yarda dash W. I i time, .'I l "i icconds. Ona mihi run? Q B. Morrison,'HS; 1 minutes, 41 second*; J B, WtXkot, '84, second; 4min ? .-ids. Putting the shot?? ' ii M,'. ?'.:. i. i ,1 ii inches; pole vaultlmr?0, M i :,!.i -i. 7 re. ' v ... ...-. ? i n j i t.-i mils run Baker's - ?,ni,l-. iii.'ast ci en! was a tug Of stu-be: wren I te nus ,.r th" Assoelst p it ts is , I n limes ezcltlnj I'll" Inuit is as lei, min itel i -.nu Nc j ..,'n in i lei i ii tookee. J. ll. m'83 was the inohoi of tho wluning leam. YAl.i.s DEI BATED AT LACB088B. ny ni bob nu ni i m. ip.laoaa] Pbixbktob, N. J., May 19.?-A clumpionahip game of laoroase was played at ihe University granada this . ifi.ru, ,ou by tbs Val.) and Princeton teams, lite hall waa placed at 4 K 30, and was taned dangerously b. i"*i , lagos Bight mtautaa afterwards. Rslmea ie* ciived Hie tir*t point for Prtnoetee, bi ? ? k sn, Poe took the second gnni for Princeton Ihe Yale men claimed a foul. Their ehjoeBe?< bnweeor, was not siutaVued i,y the rub iee, and they coutlnueil to play limier protest. I not hoi goal was thrown by the horns team al OK 10. Thi* was ibo la** u lint nf the gama The playing of both .ides was rather cai iles., und thc fine checking which baa characterized tin* Princeton men In recent games waa lucking to-day, Scon?Princeton, 1! goals to Yale* nothing. -??-1 PRINCETON ('YMNAstk; roNTUsT-. PbiroktoRi S. .1-, Mnv 19.?The fourteenth annual gyaaaetta eooteet sf Prtaeetoa Oollege was held bete thu inorumg. The eililbltlou stu* not np to tbe average, except la the tumbling, where the performance of Blades, 's.*S, wi.* unusually ginni and called forth rounds ol ipplauae ihe -nisse wen awarded es tetlowat ll ea vy weight, Young.'83; light weight, Hoskins, *-:); boritoatal har, Murdoch, '83; parallel har.-, I'armicy j gem 1.11 gymiiaiti, s, Blades, 'tin. UTI.LIAM A. HALE CONVICTED. Tb" jury in tim c.i-f nf William A. Hall, tho de? faulting chief clerk ol the Controller's oltice ot New? ark, after beiof ont all night, returned a verdict reoteraay of guilty, and Hall sus re-nanded to jail. I'be counsel for Hall will apply foi a svnt of error. I Im indie tumut nuder ss biota Hall baot been convicted ia foi forgery in nial.ing alteration! of tho li_uies in tbe cash book of the nill.e with fraudu? lent intent. Tho testimony daring the trial ssas principally by experts, other indictments for embezaletnent wen also found n^auist Hall, bim these hare boen referred tn the Bapreme I mut to determine wbethel they eeo be tried tinder the extradition treat-) with Canada, Hall -Bring beea" extradited npon the forgery indictment, lt has be n ntidentood tbat in the ereat of his con viet log the prisoner would make disclosures Implicating others ie of his imus lotions. Yesterday he refused t,, sc nportera, and his counsel stated that he li id nu such statements to nuke. Tho penalty lor the crime pl forgery in tea -roars In Mat- Priaon aun a ime of 81,000. Mi -. ( ramble wanted a cook. A colored woman iiam..i Malvina ".trunk sailed sn h.*-, ?? [.,. u fust-class wsshei sa' tater, but l doesn't like to with al dat uow, 1'ss tao' panhnl t. rooo-lB'.** "Well, if*amok i waa) i presume you can sjirerefenncea orbring te* tlmonlaia to sin.w thal you are raithfui, ami not Unlined ta ohanga ub?ut a* most cooks il?i" ?? Yet'ui, l.e tuith ful fur a fae*. |se bsd the sams colored g mi.au vi*nin' tue for moi ii .!? moiifs, un' I***a no 'spec! Btlon nt chang lu . al least not till colt.m pickle' lime. I've never beou I ob not bein'i?ttarut. ?b'I?eh boen _?*-?? ,ui* Ob Hilo...* ?, I Ci.** .-Hill?g_ SAYINGS AND DOINGS. TOWN TALK ABOUT PERSON'S ANT) TiTINQ-) PEBBONAL. FINANCIAL AVT) POLITIC?. Afs-DPHBE**, thb Dank.-General C. T. Cbrliteiisen, td Drexel, Morgan A Co., at a recent dinner, described the personal charaoteristics of Hans Cbrtattan An. der*on, whom he had known tu Copenhagen. Andoiw icn, In the loving memory of l.ii fellow-coautryman, w_j a great, tender, noble ohlld, whoso Baann?n and nature retained always tbe aweot simplicity of childhood, whs thought as a child, who received praUe as a modest childi would, whir took rest lu eblld-likc ways, and who wrote with Hie inspiration of youth to the end. lucre were lome point! o' resemblance, Oeneial ("bnitensen said, between the gentle Dane and the marden* 1 QeaaaH Canby, and some similar trait! iu Andstasa and I. BSSSg, Tho inspiring influence of the "mighty Dane," Dion wa!d?eu, had its effect upon Poa Basil's great writer for Hie sculpt,.r's nenin* pervades the whole '..xa,^ Toorwai,laen, like Angelo, leoiued a born deitioerat. CB-BBHOI Franklin Sui a ki;.-Them have lutterl been some "nteregthtft, not to sav radical, ehsages ta Franklin Hquarc, which the ?gan of Poor Richard over the broad doora of Harper A Brother- must have rr> Harried with a stare of amazement. It wa* once a lauoj of some writer of (lotion that the clligy of the ital 1 ang solemn old man used to glance reproachfully ott the squalor of Cherry-st., and frown upon the avarice which had turned the old Walton House?once beadgaari ri or home of Washington?Into a tenement-bouse. Ban lt le aunt lier sort of iceno which moen lils astonished gaze ss ho sees through a network of telegraphic wires the el*, va*, d trains ru-h momentarily past him and bb Ha sims level svith hi* own perch. The "Journal of Civili-a'ton" has now for a vis-a-vis The Sational Police Stutts: sag the new-comer has imitators whore gaudily Unplayed sign-board, must make tho whole literary badly of Har? per Brothers, & Couslus, pale with envy, lu tho sacred old Walton Manilon Itself, redeemed from tbe t.BMSB_n> house lodger only to be turned to tho saat ol commerce, a " Police rozelle tailor," snd " T/ie Pilvt Gazette shoemaker" have eitabllshed thornie!van. pat-dat Anona nm Bobool-ti u bi ks.-a bbbsi in? teresting ?Igbi ls the payment each month of l.tJOJ teachers In the public schools, at thc Lincoln NatIsseJ Hank. Money is deposited with certain barks te pay tha sal artes of teachers employed tal certain sect!Bas Of 'hs City. The cheeki ranged on the lust pay-day from ?"?oj.) te $i*lforonemotith'iialary. Ike luigeat auto represent* tba v.ty coiufortubie monthly salary of Tannins BL Hunter, prcldent of the Normul College. Tbc amalleat lalsrles, ranging In many case! In the neighborhood of $40 per month, were thoae of teacher4) lu tba primary schools. These female, teacber* w?rs for the moit parr earnest, seo*!Ible-looklag fSBBg women whose wearyifaeee lighted up when counting their well-earned cash. There was the notable absence of tbal pilQineis lu dre** and painful propriety of speech whicn dlitlngui!h the sohool mistress In the country die trista President James called attention io the pret? ence of the Jewlih caat of countenance tn many nf Hie (eacberi.showlngfhat the children of Israel have not been alow to take*advantage of the educational opportune!aI ot thi! land, while exhibiting theil proverbial thrift. f"BBB" Pqcare CB?B8BB>-*The Ant announced inten? tion of the owners of the northeast corner of Soveo teenth-st. and Broadway to make merely alterations la the old building there, appears to have boon chsaged or to have been erroneous. The purposo I* to build a large and lofty structure. It ls singular that the whole of lbs rather shabby row of building* on the ea*t lido of tbs block from Seventeenth to Elghtecnth-st doe* not ilmu.taneously give plaes to som.tiling better. Pr.K-IDKNT Jbisktt'S PqL(CT.-The President Ol Cia Erle Railway, Hugh j. Jewett, whose friends, once contlned almost to two states, have tu crea?ed to extend over two continents, ri fer ring a day or two since to his Henani pokey in man? aging the va-t Intercuts of thbi great corporation, -ai I la substance that he had determined nt tbe outset thal every fair debt owed by tho i:rleCOOrpaaJ ikeal! lu paid or necureri. aud 'that every honest claim due th* company should be collected. He proposed to do busi? ness on au booed basis, ais he had never learned how ta dob?a?leao ta any other way. ile found, he said, t li?a (he greatest enemies of the l.rie road Wen the snick ho'.deis. His aim was to g.t at least half of tho etea** Into permanent uno trostworthy han ls. The next ptah lem was to inuke lt a pr.i'l'icttse property wltu 'il measurably Increasing its liabilities. The rmi! ho knew must reach the sources of trade, BBd by SBCWtBgOtkSS lines control the avenues of basinaaa In pursuance ol thia policy h.- had made the HamlMoe Baal Daytea Bea? na?, which bad J?St declared a dividend on Hs ..,111111,n aud pcafam 1 ataeh, a part of the Brie ayateas; a.so tbs Chic?BO aad Atlantic, and he hal leased thc New-York, I'ennsylv.inia aad Ohio road, taking effect May 1. Tha report that tae bonded debt of Hie ?ita toad had bee:; in ni' ta,ai miller lil* presbleB y gi iw oul of (lie fact th tl hs had e.iuse,i to '"? placed un Hie booka of the ra apaaj ai apart of lt* liabilities tbe twenty rtre million! ofOteek whleh Mr. stollenry had tah?a to Landon. More than Bt millions of thia -i,,<k bad.Bneoveraai and wal una- a part Bf the e..n,pam's property In rsspnns* to the remark that hi* Deal...catto brethren .night grew svise enough to aaaaa bim tor tbe PreeV .i.n v. a stn wale; range of reapooslbllity, Hr. Jen* etf* broad smile and keen remark Implied that till growth In ms,I,,in ni Detaoeralt. leaders or Btalra-ea waa net pereeptibte tatheaaked e}e lt ta a fregaeet obeei vbiIiig. neverthelees, heard in Democratic . Reyas* I!, i'i B_d non pat ti-an .unifiers, tbnt H. J. Jewett coin. bines nU itv and asuUat.lltty Ina higher ileane !hi| any Democrat yet named for the Chi 1 Ma.'.slra, y. Q-H-?~e st Cu n-?There ls significance in thi juxtaposition of tba paragraphs la yssleidsj's Taistiat aiiuiiin. mg the sentences of ;i ic ,re of profeestoesi ramblers and theestabttshBWal of a baccarat ba;,*! al another of the cubs Ate the club, to furtil-li tue :.ic:ll ties which the gambling hells formerly supplied I Tin: Ki srm IBECTK***rton?T1w Brook'- p .peri righi ?by of approving or noticing at great length tbe raaasaat lahoma lo extend Flalbuah ave., BO?OT tee BallTOBd law by ooademntag a strip of land straight through tbe been of the oltv, from Pallon Bt. at Flatbusb ave tuttle Bri.Ice It ls genera ly lindo:.;,1 ?1 nulling tbe knowtag 1 in Brooklyn tiu* thu leheaae li urged soteiy with thi Idea of mating tho oran alon* Pultaa-et. and ?ton si mora wlinng thaa they aow ara te bivi aa elevated road throegb ibose iboroaghfaree. Aid il looks aow as if Hi,o? yn wonld have euch a road in a year or t v rt. _ in 1 -iks ! i"*-- 01 civh i-iTtos.-? Tbe B-wUtaaeo?i murder tua s ta Kentucky and Chicago have been lull af rev,, tim featuraa TBa abeutdWaa of tim jnr> sys* tam, Hie maudlin sympathy with thc accused ?arderen, ta. disregard f,-r tbe character of the dead, the defamation of living wltne.aes. the unseemly andnodlga led snailing nf opposing ronaeel, tbs aaaat. festal ona by the auileane of approval sr dtaappraral, sad tbe evident false swaartag of uiany wituc.se*, aro sshiblttei 1 ',,usiative oran sntret?ety Bafortnaate con* dltlou nf all, is , ,11,111 .it to bo!h ina.- and localities. And they art not palenIStad lOtaeraaSS .nimiration fur either. Acquittal la aoch cssee ?tee aol lacunae oea fldence la tba 1 ur* lyatem. A tiika-i ks Uaixstat.?Assistant Becretary nant a. who has '.eon on H visit to New Yoi*" re. ditly, has been Hie main stuy and practical lie.ul of the Tnesary Departawnt daring the pasi year. Hel.a lound lanyer, anofficerof largepspetf* ( nee, and a man nf clear mind and robust integrity. Be? cause of ht- com -cried honesty and sbUittes, then caa hardly be Baaed amore useful officer tothe Goren Hitit ,to-day. Dian lodge I'u-iuh. Hut siH'i a Itt* merits he has committed mistakes The maa * a . one which mai haie lieen tbe fault ol hu chief auboe diuate -waa hta?titra ta enplo) -aa?neat 00?asel mine great ingar ease! which resulted probaMj In a loss ta the Hovernme.it Ol nearly two million-nf doll.us. 1 ... ne\t gieatest'err,ir waa Ul purslstanl eJass?km*Jou of plaques painted l,y great artists .ss Uh china ss ... . -p.l tooaa amt crockery, against the earaeei protests of 1 m. toms oiticers ken, whick sbeard 1 laastfl latlon eentkuMI until the mattel was tlnall) tel right by the **iiprem0 Court of the l lilted Mates. Tut L..1 [SUBat Hi i'i di ITtoa I Sens. -The lawyers ste iliscusBing with mole .r IBBBIQaCrvo the rc cn, tl. . - a sf the United States Baprease Canrl la winn are cattai tkelaonlsiaaarape?tattoncaeca. Tke prep adereaeaef opinioiiistn.il tht diaasntlBg laetitia,nolaaad Ubi au, kare the earlier deelelene of the santa 1 -. a nu,! arc right, and thal UN Il-.ijnilty ol tha cn. . 1 wrong. Tho Court in effect declares thal tha tuuslHB t'.(mai prartslea that "nostat,-ah tn puss tajrlaw tag tba sb?gutta?a el eeatraots,'1 ? ai,, thal anj Btelg eaa pass any laws iest my mg the on... eon* n .ca. ah i is-yere *ay that vin tally to decide tb a any part oftbeinpnma law lia.noianctloii.istod. ?> 'I- halli I* uo law. Tho power H abolish rbi CODStltBlleB ar mt pall of lt 1? not euppi'Sed to reside iii the Booran > 1 mc. A State or National lasv may he de. . ir, d mu a 1 ?" A '?I, ante lu em.fill t with the h'a.lonal loniltt:n !"ii. I>uf( Sitidly the.upreiuo law a dead letter and vol! 'causa in conflict wita a npndtattng Btate law. Has 1 **?olp*sg and u.axtniH of the ciiiiiinnu law and comm..11 11 .i.osiy would ti tnt to have some appin allon whithu tu* al* t'iu|,! Isui.iile I11MI14 j.iia.'o IM* a -natale <?? tlil*>i. ? sank or a lutu.