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AMERICANS IN ENGLAND.
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Liv narOO-t, May _0.?Thc Aincin SI aiuateur la?
crosse playega have eossa, bare beti teen, ami have
conquered thc F.nglish players in theil first mal 'i
ky tko food seora oi fonr goals toone. Oneil banda
they have ite.'it kindly received. Tliey nrn\cil at
their hine! her.'emly ou Monday, Maj 12, and the
liverpool laeroaae play-recalled quickly to iee
them, ih' cricket groundsel Fatrfl kt,esaba__
of lida tiy. were oflfered to the visitors for practice,
and th. v ea ra inTtalVir-fl thcaaafilTQS there ia a oeat
fortab'io little lmtci. Belch ami Cottle were int ned
to dav itt i!te lt,msc of one of the gentlemen li*, inn
mar by. Hs to ramah intereeted in iaciaosa, ls meet
honpit.iiib . arti nearly aasoih-red kia guests in ni
gantic f, lii.er bade I'oi a wick, therefore, the men
Lave been a'dc to practise neall*, every day.
The ajaaanils on whleh th ? mateh waa played yee>
terday la 001001 tin- rn. r from Liverpool, in
Ohsahire, and are Known as the Derby Park OT
Rock Torry -Minni*-. They ure pretty to look ai,
but not fOO- te play upon. In the t':r-t '.''.-.iff. they
are ii'in-cw and ihe ?peetaton an' thus brooghl too
?ear th' plajera. Ami they are alao uneven.
Such was tin* oo_clo_loa at leant at which the
Aaaarteaa team quickly arrived winn tiny drove
up to ih.- grenada y Iterday in good style in a four
in-hand. It was at i o'clock in th. afternoon of a
bsnat-tal anmnaei day. The granada *.- civ an open
field Mnonnded hy hedaea of hawthorn and
aaaateea c. aah treea. Encircling them at a die.
tame are pretty honaea and Karden, which added
to tile charin of tin scene. Play WM not to be
sailed till 6 o'clock, for aaaoy of the Englieh team
live in Manchester, and could no; gel down to
Liverpool till anani 5. The Americana, u
took po^ -vam of the gymnaalam near-by, and
gean emerged dad ia their effective oostamea of
Mbo Jaree ja atriped with orange, wine Iron-era
ami blue knickerbocker-, Their eapa wen little
blue helmets, the while polo eapa BOl barina been
Bntahed nt time to wear yeeterday. Being an hour
ahead of time they began som.* vigorooa practice.
The EngUahmen did aol appear lill a little after
6. They wereeeentohe aetardy lot of fellows.
rather heavier than the Americ.T.i--. I heir eoe*
tnine*. wen* n little mixed, bnl the general effed
was thai ol wime trousers, white iereeyssttd hare
lagahelow the knee to the ankle. They repreeented
thiee or fonr clubs of tho Cheahire Cou:.!., I ii reese
Aaeoeietkm. The attendance of spectators ai this
time was not large, but Inc reaped later. With
others present weie several well-known New-York
people, ^ he -rare 01 er in grand style te keep Ihi lr
yonna countrymen ia eannteaauee in case of ill
tin- aMinti ans Tear,-*r*-/!:H*' r_Kaus_-___i r.\
Play waa (ailed at (i:U0. The game waa to be the
lar_e?t inHuber of goala m.: dc in two '? halves ''of
forty-live minnies each. The. field ai 'his time )>re_
eentcd aa attractive eight. At each end, from tall,
alender pelee, -fettered the red Bega marking the
narrow spaces between whleh the little rubbei ball
arno to ha thrown In order ta aeeare a goal. Thc
men were atrnng along from one end to the other,
ft white Jamey aad a atriped nae aide by side; and
gil ai.ni-.d waa a fringe of apectatore. Tiii.s is the
Way tin players were placed.
A?i; ia. ?.?Wheeler, cool; Stowe, point: Peaelt?aa,
meta point; (onie, third man; (H__rt, right defence;
_i_tis. let tit tenet'; sm peon, oenlrc; Nicholls, side at?
tack; Poe, attack fielder; Oerndt. thud in.me; Uitebey,
second bmu j Johuston. first home Field .ptain, H. II.
Belch. I iiipire, i". Taylor, Liverpool la eree, o, W,
*t\sth. a, lat erpooL
(in-in: i. i. I?avi?i-, coal; A. E. Cast _, point; O.
rstoii. . ivrr-poiut; W. h. .-aiidcr-on, third man; r.
Pperdeii, .ai deirnee; K. li. Caterson, left
W l . li...i.-lii .son. ci ni,.-; I". R. Musgrave, right attack;
A. M. ic ton. I, ;t uti.,, k; (.. Bryant, third h..nu ; lt. ll.
Ferd, set al hmiie:.*-. B. Cheetham, firsi home Field
C?p*.till. W. ll. l-.i-.ic-. I'.up::.', il. K. Ki.M'l.
I li" -'? ndcr lacrosse sticks, looking - o mm *i lil e
B lone-li awn-out lawn tOBnla stick. Were all ii.
position. The ball wns quickly " la ?> ? '.,'' and a mo?
ment later waa lytag anani ia a lively manner.
Bunin-ni .'ot it Brat, sad senl it flying down toward
the gag -!i goal liane, where a Uveij icrimmage
naaaedietelt began. In this Poe, of Pri u eton, die
Unguisbed himself by t Icier dodging which
t>l<:e d the spectator-, who snooted "go lt, 8am
|_ie'" ; h ;: lie loni the ball to CS-SOO, nho lilt. v.
hurriedly toward Wheeler, the American goal?
keeper. L'.ug-legged Davieuaughl ii grat-efnll. on
his netted stick nod sent it whizzing back. Then
thei. were scrimmages all over the field, and a eon
fusion of si irks and arma, knickei bockci i and baie
Inga,foi iiii'eii minutes or so. lt was evident by
this time thal neither team was playing a good
game. There waa nome wild throwing, and there
Wore Borne misplays Many points were left un
g>leged. The Americana were so net rona leal they
should loee their Aral match thai they seemed al
?oom nsotnente like novices at the game. The
Choallie mest had thc attvaatage of knowing the
gummi; but they Interfered with each other, and
?SkiMted little skill. Yet they had the good luck
to win th first goal la thi-* way. Bryan! caught
tin- rubber on hi** eroeae, and made a noe run along
the Mile nf the field toward the American end.
Cottle aaa after him, bnl stumbled. The Cheahire
man then dodged both Pennlman and Brown, and
slued tin ball through the Americens' fla-, despite
tiie agile little Wheeler. Bore waa tbe Ural goal foi
the Bagliah player-, and while the crowd cheered
the Americans looked deoperate, lin* ball was
quick ly fated, however, lite minutea afterward
ther. waa a tremeadoaa serin.ma'.', ai theCbeebire
flaan, and some one pnahed the ball between tbe
Huns, givli ? tbe Ana rican-, a goal, and encouraging
them fi11mi ii -. Iv. No one ( an U ll jus! a ho desi 1 vi i
the cieili'. ot iliis goal. Ibu- til" game went on,
ru it lid side showing th" play that had bet i es
Booted oi them. The vieitora, managed, however,
fa pul two Kngliahmen outside ibe combat.
Wheeler and Cheetham, of Cheshire, rushed to?
gether, nett net seeing the other; and tl., result ol
It was that Cheetham waa laid oui ob the grass,
?with something thi matter with bia collar bone
Later Morecroft waa "winded*1 bs bein., heavily
*'body-checked" by some one nam. unknown.
Theee disagreeable occnirenoea on tins occasion
Seemed to i?- only ihe fortunes of the game; bul ii
aimilai perfonnancoa are repeated of ten ii will be
card for tlc admirers oi laeroaae to show wbereiu
theil i rorite sporl is leas bru tal than footbaU.
I o-ila.v i be men un to Manchester, lo play to-mor
i*ow ami nu Saturday with the Nor. li ol England
Laeroaae Association. Their opponents will give
them Laid work in the field as v.ell aa a banquet in
tin- evening, al which Colonel sha--.', tba Amerii an
Consul, w ill pit-Mile. M nuchea ter baa been reek
om d bv them as a pooatble field ol defeat; but
tbeie au gaaaea to he played aft i Manchester.
A l'_i.A*-\M ("KIAN" VOYAGft,
One thing which haepleaeed tbe men Immeuaely
wan tb.ii pleasant oeoaa voyage, Tbeir accomino
dations on tue Austral were excellent. Instead of
beeag seeped np ia one ertwaateteiooma, llit-j were
allowed toa at ter themselves over a huge peri of the
ghfp In the raeaai bertha, Tkeyatood the voyage
walls altbongb it waa rough a portion ol the time.
1'or til** lnsi two oi time days the training was
kept ap with aome aeverity, and the men walked*
nub - on deck. Hat when ii bet ame rougher, Inter?
nal disturbance*, interfered with the exercise, and
tbe captain >.f thc t am. Mr. Belch, kl np 00 1 bein
a bit. Over matter* of diet he still kept a sharp
watch, although he shuddered when hi ina aoveraJ
Ol li ls lie-i-l.iok HU. fellows seek in L'tiic SolaOC gran ti (i
by th.- society of sereral ptntty and giddy, yet
?st too giddy, girls Most of the titi the weather
vi.is i..1.1, i.it stiu it wa, bright enough to allon
ti.- aaaaannars toteaaaia en dook, where a plenty
sfletaaater ohairaand raga contributed to th
oral cosiness, jt was tindei .such circuawtanoos
that the iiicnbeis of il,,- ttaiti blOOBumed l"ltll
In full p'ifeetioii socially, ami there was _ |
large di ni:.nd for then society, to which thc sm ply |
woefully eqaal. Bo agreeable did thej make them- I
acive* to ilaiiKhtcrt ami their mammas that tins
fell Inn lo sleamer (hairs nnd ether vain ible lega
ties winn the steamci landed in Liverpool Thc
steward ?if the aaookiag-room, however, was as?
tounded at hat nib' th many young uk :i on bond
Who did not lu i'd his li iiii.sli atioio, ju ( on
iit-ctioi' with drinking ami reaoking, lie smiled
When be saw them OS-hing alxiaiii; but lui
face soon grew long ami stayed so until thc
ami oi thc fSJSge. until he gel a pound in
_e**? for which be Lad done nothing to earn.
.he otliceis of the Ansi ral. from f'aplaiu ( hanton
gow n, showed much poliUae.b to thc leam.although
heir attention- were ur*.er marred by eiln-aveneis.
lhere are two SBtSftf 000011 D-lOW the captain, ns
s customary on the At;? 'raliaa' line, on which, the
"iiittral made one or two trios before she wat char,
(?red by Ute Anchor line, lt will interest the fenn
lim* public perk ?ps to know that u it one of th" io
-fleeis le orer forty, thal moot rf them aw younger,,
Uni they are all good looking, and all unmarried,
'?tcept the doctor. The c.ipi..in plays the violin
the pnreer sinus like a baritone angel, and the doe*
:or in an aCOOmpllsh-d pianist.
<).i Bstarda] nigh! before all Hie 'peeseiigan
lathered in ihe cabm to tell the eaptarn how rory
anni of him they were for iu"iv reasons, but chiefly
*or taking them safely through the gale of the pre
riOUa TnoadOT nlghl when the lower boon-, ot the
naitimast had twice touched thc sea. Here
main the lacrosse mea ci tu* lo the front** and
Mr. Belch, in behalf of himself and hit f.llow-play
>rs, presented to ilie captain a large photograph of
lie team ni ..ninnie, and ex-.Iud.e Campbell, of
"tew-York, made a apoech saying thal everybodj
waa pleas.ai witta everything. To all of whit ii Cap?
tain Charlton responded properly.
Tbe only thing thal marred the pleeeure of the
royage waa the tllneea of Mr. Hodge, of l'i hui iou.
Iii-wein aboard ai New-York feeling sick, and
ifier wc were well a* sea it was diacovered that he
tad a slight attack of pneumonia or something like
it. Ile waa well oared for and grew better, butha
will have to reel soma time before ba plaj again.
Luckily Mr. Penniman, of Baltimore,a bo -vast-ken
i- au emergency man. playa a most excellent game
if laeroaae; vii Mr. Undue is skilful and graceful
md will bo sorely miaaed from the field.
PROVIDENCE AND LOUISVILLE LEADING.
un; NEW-Yong am> irrraopouTAX mirna wau.
ri* in mr. ii.t-r.it m.i. oin fl si-.
Thc Providence, Huston nml New-York baae
i ill limes ate still In Ult lead in Hie rac.' for Un' '
wnaaat. The threeelahs are playiag in excellent fong
m.i fi jr have drawn tar ahead of their opponent-. The
Huston and I'rot alene ehtbS are BO clo." that should
Provide-' c ).,? beaten to_oorrow Bootoo will Jump into
Int place. The New-York elnh is thin), hartog won
?eventeen onl of twenty Bve gamea played. Ths un ir., lo
uni Chicago (lull- are playing in better fenn than al
.! are gradually Improving their poattious. The
'i..la.i.'ipili.i club has gradu Hy fal.cn back to seventh
i?ie New-York nine will gel bael to tic borne
rronndson Friday, and alter playing several games will
itari on a v.i ?l rn inp. immense crowns continue to ai
end tbe games, and Hie Intereal in the contests ls es
rr.-,; a- .?>.?<?'?. The record of the games won and lost to
late is as [ollOWSi
- _ "I -
- g 7 =?
I'n.tali a. e.
Reston . o
Un 'a.(.. o
? . .- l
I'htlriMi I; tis 1
Detroit ..... ii
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_ a 4
.. .? _
o t ' i
o o 1
* 4 'ia
fl ? a '.'l
(.rn.-., I .oat ... 4 I 6 X ll 15 [15 17 'JO .
Tbs M. tropolttan -"lab was comnelle. to rehnquist! the
lead In the America- Association lae! wwi; to thc Louls
t i a, ac. The local club, however, ls only one game
behind. The Athletic-, of Philadelphia, have steadily
Improved :-*. thew playiag end are bow a rood third?only
- .an* behind the leaden, 'ii"* Columbus nine,
cousiiieredBeforetbeaeasonbegan tie weakest in thc
vc sui).pd every one by their excellent play lng,
mul have fought themselves Into fourth place. The
Brooklyn (_ub U beldina Its own and will probably im?
prove tts condition soon. The number of spectators ai
Metropolitan and w_s_tu-t..u Para, is steadily lm ..-j*
m_. abd alni...-I us Rr*_| u inlcr.'^t i*. 1.1 ii la the
\nc ra.ai Association race a- in tie Leagai . 'Hie U'asb
Imrton and Indianapolis clubs are atill last The complete
."(lay record ls subjoined :
I- '? > _ *_
a s* i ?* I a I r
Atbl t .
? i i
i . ii
Iii. lin:. ?|i?lis 1 1 ooo o 0 1
.1 0 0 0 0 0 0
I) 2 0
4 1 4
(lues 1 a ' .6 ii - H li in *? ll if, 17 17 ......
In the in'' coller! rte wm e the Yale and Harv it
have in- lead an i ii sei nu aired tint the Min.:
the pennant will n.- between these two ciaos, i ie
Princeton Club ls ririuallj out of i I ? race.
.po Ipoiied game will be played at Washington Park,
Ri im i.i.i h. to la.t. between lae Brook!] n and Indian I t
John Daley, of Brooklyn, will be appointed an Ameri?
can .a~o lal ion nan.nc in place of Danii ?
("is. i hall rame which was to
have iieen played here to day "as postponed.
WHITE MINUS IN THE 80UND.
i : i mm; uri,ai ia Ol THK RCM-.K VACIII ci rr.?
(tl lire, ("lt ll" nV 'I 111 WATEH.
The Eclipse Yacht Club held its openiug re?
gatta yesterday. The course wat from s stakeboat off
Die foo! of Bast One-hundred-and-fourth-st. to ead
around tbeTbrogg. Neck bnoj and i_turn, s distanoe
of al...nt fifteen miles. Tlc re were ci -ht boat .
entered for the race, the Corinna K., ji - .ie,
Maty Gibson, 1.1>. K., Un.linc. Commodore, Eclipse sm!
thc Heil.-iii inn. The signal for the bi.its to prepare for
the Uart waa made at 12:30; Bve minni a 11 er I i
nal to sta I was given. Thc .Mary Gibton was thc Bm lo
pu-"< the n ie at 12:36-30, was closely followed by the
.! ? at 12:38:30. the otaer lea's stringing along with
ibo Belle Beam bur* al tft-tftOO. The breeae
wa., light aa.i bafWIng, and Ibe time a a slow. Then
waaa leedtagbreem through Bet] Gate, and the boats
passed 'li .i.i/ii without mishap, Whea ilie buoy at
I'lii'n-?.''*. Meek was turned the relative postttons of the
!(*;,iiit,e; boats wee BOt dull:.'' I. The Mai r GlbSOtl bad B
lead of two ndnntes and thirty seconds, followed by the
< urinns K. and .li ade. When opposite Whltt -tone, oa tbe
return trip, all the leading boats abandoned tba rai
nnd pm Into that havan, la beating back i sins! ti.
-.1 : .i tho corinna k. and ?' tote -' ?? ed b Ker
qualities, and elosed np ea tbe Mary (;:;.
'?on. in com 113 through the date the latter
boat carri il away her centre board, aud dropped behind
the Corinna K., whleh was the Bra) at the finish. Bbc
was followed by tbe-tety Gibson ead Jessie. T_e Judge*.
J. Banting and M. Lockwood, awarded tbe p uuanl to
the Corinna K.. and ??he ran n up to the peak of ber gad
aiei wei i up lae river.
i lie io low ng table gives tbe time of tbe yachts which
(Unshed nie iaie:
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i . i ?? . i -.1
:: ::i ni
ie. Pinn. l
i a.ian. 'C 12.8. HO ? lo aa
Mary Din ... l..:;<_.. o ? |_._?
The weather for yachting wal beautiful,
wasa little uncertain lout was sufficient ind Hie
sails ol u h. mi i lier ot the yachts el the Haili ai .a.. knick?
erbocker Clubs dotted the waters ol th. Casi lUver,
i lushing Bay and Long i-'.;....i _oun_. Arnon, thi rn were
?"a. Peerless, Undine, Baaqna, I na, Mimic
Gil lin-. Beekless, Gracie, Nettie Thorp, Oeor_e II.
. Henry Ward Beecher, Why Not lui y Nimrod
N"( lin-. P.. (lyusle, Hon Ton. i .nm and Battle. The cat i
inarau P t, ol Ibe Knickerbockoi C io, ra ed nu
nml down m noni of <i.,h i',.mt rora .stu,., and then
Squated away lol a enlim up I In -..mut.
PREPARING COU Till. HARLEM REGATTA.
OAI'.SMI *. MAKE**"- THI Musi ol' VI s| T.ltHAY?l'llo
paaaioa tu a i oik point.
Tiie Harlem River oaramen were busy yester?
day. Tue temperature was lust right for the men to mw
comfortably, nail tba water was as smooth ss could 11 _e
sired, Tin- narien regatta a 111 be roared to-moi row, aad
thc crews 11, at are entered tor il gladly availed themselves
of tlie opportunity for bani traininc work. The river
was mon crowded than osual with pleasuie-sei k>
were attracted bj che cool breeses of the upper Harlem.
Pana and Hone, Tt ho will represenl the Nassau Boat
Club tn the s"iii,,i- doable scull mee, were oat, end the
'. i ben, wita Ito racing ccu, al a took s long
trip up the m. r. The Hassans had a bamber of single
te___ mil,who are In Hanlin..', as well a_s a four nan | ,
two patr-oared gigs. The New-York athletic Club
slght-oared crew wen oat in their racing*
shell, anl a Bamber of the elah members
were oui ni vaia ; .? Wye-oka's eight
oareil barge wat taken ou) twice. Btevens and Van
Eaadt, of the Uaton Clnb, weal toIIIghBridgt
Tl.cv are entered for tht palr-oan I gig mee, Thc
riiion's .a ii oared ahell and several smaUer boats wem
out The Metrepolltan Bowing dab a atedby
its elght*-ared siieii. aad by Braadage, Keyser, Mate
aud Waiiuiii,.'. the Junioi four-oared crew. Bingham,
ttito is entered in the tingle i?_eii race for nus
duli, rowed a feel half mils to his practice,
I1!. Illl.e ||| '_:;.'.?'.. Kl !!?_.'I ? lal .-.ililli.ll. WllO
;.: senl ihe Nonpareil t'lub In the pali-oared _lg
..iv out togethei several times. Toe FrienUsbip
colors were more nuuienms than the colors ol bbj oilier
duli Among Ute hoets thal were out were two -Urht*
oared barai ti, two each of tbe lom aad rtajp-oai-d
mel a i, imlittl ot r,. i ia ii, i cl ..ll. .'.cai Iv all lh? i I. it-, ta?
fe pl tin. flu training foi lh( reaatta,weiilto< (>1I-K? I'olnl.
'lia- ii.u was a,-oa bus* one for inepi
menwboare li toe etty. A1 ti.ik Point, tt-as, Plotsted,
.m.I llosmer went orei inc.'.ni t earlj in lbs
ton 1....I. Tm st..or was ?ic.oia enougU to row In nil
...it. ii is a i un..,, fa. . thal Prlds ? lunlaj were
I ? t iv,,.iia'.s in a in.mia on wim a I,, ian bet we. u
(oinliii., .i.i BOM ...iil.l liol hate, linn lowed.
In the afternoon th- nun ituii over te ths
Harlem, and I'latsted .1 Oelaal rowed a lonn
pull, going ot br lbs comae ou which the regatta
will lie rowed. Ther were Ina pnlr-osrerl gig. Roamer
..i.iui In s Mull nml sported for a short di
With Prill Gunn. Of the Nonpsrlel (."lilli, who was ia a
new Ul feet i! Indi boat, bulli hy William Oliver, In whirh
he expet is to row on Tneeday.
A wrestling match has beea made hst ween twotnem
h, r ..' the Nonparisl lieut Club for a llghl wei .'li I tntt St
lt tt ill hike place t.etnclit at (Liv, r's Beal House.
80CIBTT OE AMERICAN ARTISTS.
Lei ns conni the fen eramba <?. eoinfoH to be
font,ii in thc innutritions repost whleh these young a
ive provided. There ls Boase Bncouragemeni In
the appen euee of two debutants eapebleof dc
creditable work aa Messrs. Edward A. Bell and Thomas
M. how hate conti i'.nt.al. 'Ihe fi.ni.cr's lime tt
alaetlvet] patatedet-dyofe prepossessing little model
lo-cs ia.i!,in.r l.y it-, .lin . tii.-s in c.in:parl->ii Wtth Mr.
Thayer's "Portrait of two ladies." a eorlously morbid
vein betrays ItseU la Mr. That .-r's work, and altbongh
ies? marked this year than last, enough remains
m the undoubted dna ability of Ike artist. Mere
o.tess tn axeentionlaa poor substitute fer genuine
i lum ?. Th. rs are qualities of B_m_rabls taggestlvene a
in Mr. riia.rev's p_st_rea,bul we ebooJd prefer a little
mole 'lesli iiml i.lim.1. ami lev, of an expressioo of phy
steal weaknasa Tkeart-M bes not yet grown eertata of
lituiselt despite past nelli, lenient-, au-i in this reaching
out for an etan, scent something bis pi-artormaaees rentan
blethosoofs bagtoner; Mr. How. The latter shows to
lunch promise la the values, drawing and modelling of
his portrait of him-, if. thai lt ls strange to Had him
artificially lt!nn-lni. 1.1- wait In I childish eft,ol t.> forai
tila'e an appeal to Imagination. If Mr. DoWWerC Wise
dhave known that the ihadea ot George Fuller
would ha,eileen promptly and emphatically Invoked
against bim, But therewere reasons which Mr. Bow
calli.ot offer for Mr. Puller's mannerism. Mr. Inlier
painted iii- picture in Hu- middle distance, invariably
throwing bark bb* aubject to gtvothe feeling ol atmos?
phere, nanallj cii.ua. tci:/,-.! as base, between the flgure
sad the spectator. Bul Mr. DoWs^fignn IsraalVj in the
Immediate foreground, h eeond and eqnall; Important
atm with Mr. Tailer wa- the avoldenee of all
thc softening ot all angles with resultant eflet ts, gnneral
rather than in deaaQ. Mr. How has hadnosneta par
poaeini ig from the dlsttaetness of the solidly
modelled head which he prosenta Bo that, if t': ? '?
assamed to be an example of Mr. Fuller's influence, tt
must Lc resulted Into a grOUndlCCS and nm. I
atti ct t. m ot hi- manner, But we are rather taeUned
to regard it aa aa experimental ragary whleh should not
lie allov.ed to hide ibe promb. behind lt.
Mr. J. W Alexander baa cboeenbhi exhlblttana with
great discernment The rtgnr et Ms capering and p\p>
tlchnlcel ".Inc Jefferson " would hardly hara beea recog?
nised hero bj Ihe side ol pictures so much more axtra*re
L'niit ami inexplicable in the Aeadi my it was aa unex
pected ni eil. an enlivening! .intra-t rn the tobi r obj*. ti\e
preseatinente, whleh form the average of Academic vt
lien-.Mr. AlexB-dershowaa portrait,which, while Tig
orous and large in exe* afton, ls self contained and dbm.
(lcd. Neltberthe brutality ol hlsportrall ot Mi Parke
Godwin nor the feverishness of his portrait of Mr.
Joseph Jefferson aremanifesl tn rms work. Mr. Alex?
ander shows thal he i-no longer In leading strings, ta
fact, thal be l- abundantly able ta -land by him-, if. Mr.
Alexander hat the loll bl.I d virility which Mr. Thayer
lacks, and we tee aa reason why Ms future record should
not be a particularly lui.in .um Messrs. w.n. Baker
and Bolton .lonas ha.e not yet gTWWB into thc nev.
faslilon of Ignoring nature foi " Munnin .? " studio r_N sta,
ami their paintings are graphic and plotiiresm.e Breona! ?
..f an om of-door Ufe In wbloh thej have bads rs
part, and whleh Mr. Baker Interprets with eonstderable
Imaginative feeling, in tin same class of work, hut la
certain i. pe ti beyond these two exampleswe incl.ale
Mr. I". <'. Jones's " [lazy Afternoon,'.. work opon a bk h
we ciinpliineiiied thc ai ti-ton Ita exhibition at tbe Villon
League Club, This stretch ol marshy ground with ii*
weeds aud se Igre might teem shabby material to others,
b il Mr. Jones has i atnted ..hat be mw a Ith pn Rai tie
elite earnestne-s, although hapj.dv without ovei tern
].alon, .arc for il. tali.-. II', vork i- tlcrou-lot pictorial
ill lt- cool .lav tones alni tailed inter, lt, and 1 lt
lag aa tUtutratlon ot the triumph of a modest} boneaty
ni ai: aa tome of Its como nitons are of tbe dlscomtortiirc
of pretence. The., artists whom we have Just m nt. I
are not ready to admit that honettyand sincerity ha\L'
-..M. ai offs li ion, andwe arelncllni i to think they
will bejnsttffed by tbdr nlttmate reward.
nt Mr. Weir's ti o ol flowers and still :
in- d only soy that they nreflnelj bnrmontons In color
iracti i ..'? i.r an urti d ?? bo e w .?; k i ? ata
lelligeut. Bul well..,., di ir something more ai
and noteworthy. An eSortintbls directisnls supplied
i.y Mr. i'.. .: i- v. .;. dd d to
leave his maidens fs tin I cir snow hanki and try a st tlc
pti il ion v. tn 'i ? 111 i demanas noan
? a,,. -. ii is m.: ? i Hud bim tamer
teetly successful, bnl we should rcoog
tbe attempt. ir,,t> eontinues, as we rrost he ney, be
irn to group his Ugim - more dniply, to ndjimi thc
ii va. ii- -ii. each to better ad vai ive his
Cllal.l.t. I- Ili'il i Ila . . ? .
more directly without diversions and misplaced empha?
sis. And Li u hope for a mon refined color sofise than
? a herc, lt Isalmosl the bitinutaiont doom of
M mk icsy v. hali p. 11 des t ??
i ot this pi.-tint*. A Stu dj of ll.-min,md:'*.
sbndows would do Mr. \'oik no harm. Clearly his Hrs)
care bas beea to make bl sd Ihe eeot re of the
pict ni o beyond dispute, imt this emphasizes nil the m..rr
ina cxprci mn, which,:.- we have hinted, ls dangerously
near Hie ri.lii lions. __ earnest is Mr. Volktahis dc Ire
_ot to W* misunderstood that we almost expccl tai e ?
balle sn lasulag tram tbe damsel's mouth i
sentence or two ..r explanation, after the fa_hioo af
lui cm cat ure. Surely (--met bing might nave Iteen
tion. Mr, Volfc has much tn lc ira he
tore beean rink as an Bct'ompliiibed story-teller. Mr.
Porter's I'liuiiiticii portrait with Its imhii ?.
1 I,-. Fowlers ??*.? i llenl bm om v hal si :i ? Al
Plano," Mr. Cnrtia's clever ""souvenir of Purls,"
valuable as in He itin^ ti:.- a
; cbuical train lg, Miss Groatorox's i lean cut, neil
tl stn iv ot a child and xray hound, Mr, i
"(icm,.rn KehDolmastcr," ii dMr(
i ll pictures which present distinct claims ii| on our
? iiinl even om - ... thin; more
i han t..,. can Ins sal I of Mi I hirlaw's two paint.,
for I Munich m. n a Oner rou -i*
. Dui Mr. Hhlrln i . .ceilenl ,
of himself, iii- M Alarm " ls a direct Invitation to si mit
bis plo.io--, icr ii I- nea rh Identical with Ihi
pat t of lu '. herd," |.I una yi - n n. Ile
unlit Blaki lot k, ltyd< r n id Brush re i ce?
il ua- have n could
tt l-ll 1 af ill" ' il,,, ;,.
bul we Inn t thal be may cont line ol
els. Mr. M.ivnant, wi are non-, to see. appears to lie
loll.min- \ii. Millet With di ionia.,,, . I ,|.;.
iloor a inn i.-pac rc which luis . 1. .. ..- , i I ed Mr. I'alnier's
?.a li ls pn sen ed in lib " ? nit Held." h ? |
coloring which he ail.. i -. ..ul t well be done awaj
Mi-. Itosalie dill's -edi ol a bead is m.i merely u.i in
draw iii_.' and moo ed e ith ch
nlthoiiiJi tn. rredit-lih [tointsol the nletiireari
gui. cd.li r a \ illaluou ' i he'* -imii s,
an tin i .., must he a.-nie.i wiih
due cl ci hi lo thc liane. Kp*l 1 -li -ch.iol, Sun
Un o. liomin..i. aild their channin .ii clevi ,, ? Un. ti.'
.*lr?i-.. Marillin, Ti.\on, Crane, u-nt laud
-. ,|.v. bli.': c in :.. grouts 11...'. ther as ph n ml nn 1 not
.!!??> iiip.illnlic. I. youd tills Un re ht llttli tobi
Mr. Unartley's niarlni Isa fair example of his manner,
and Mi. Paxon'i sa lustration ol in.i
misdirected skill. Tuc il,, ni pieces bj Misses liars
Millman and Kl len .1 .Stn enud Miss Dlxwell ssl
are worth mention. Mr. H..nv Alexander's bald -,.-.-i
men of detail painting and study of Htrbt (Aenti 1 .
us quite devoid of interest. Mr. Kap]M*t has li
Ins -i..ii broadly, audi irs are linllviilii.il
point - which would have shorn u lo Ls tic adt antagi 1 , s
-11, li 1 -1,1.1'.
Tm- snrvet of the pictures rot d, and no worse than lo
did rent in thl-i exhibition, mows thal we need nol yel
give up all hope fur this foolishly com! lt
other pictures 1 ally the most prominent in this bizarre
exhibition we ha ..? little patience to -i? ab agata. \>- do
11..1 expect an.,.ia i ir.,, t , fn Mi. \\. M. chase attttll
(lini-illS Huon a pcii.-lal ot claV. Til lt he ha . ,|i-,|,
poi iti a his friends and ? ? there can i.e little
donut. He cannot hope lo be 1. pr. rn nted at any 1 - hi In
ll"'i mon- full] th.,., al this, and tbe n snits shovi tl si lie
h ?s fa led t . ko I., low Ibe surface ii, an vt I lu* ti
has (lone 1 a,r once in thc ",Oipb n.i.e ' !,,? bas .
? doors, hut lhere is litUe
1 " -:"'1 '"? [""Bis.,1- work -as- to note m.?:,
"'clo.-. Ills portn.lt of Mi s W ,
11 color ch. 1,1-. v, ,11, t|?. Bow( ; , i?,,r,. , ,,,,,.,,,,.,,, ,,, ,,..'
light tn r's face. ??d his Z
of coloring, which ls not .
tn.cen,iciest:,, than bis other Work. Wucb dani
uphouj lu bri? :, red ls an in-idi ,., tn,
"' '"?'.'?'- A aurerflelBl versatility, a sh??
, Icverncss, and a ti sr in lu npprc ! .'
Mi. ( base's main rrlliuicc . \
iii which be has struck a note of
v,c had hopi 1 for som; lb
lani " Biirfact work.rTho
I?.hoard ( OX, Mr. Ht , *., . " "?
uni Mr. B. lt. Butler's Bslonwhimi 1
' "il") l-ovcri stricken lm
"lc- v.,, li,. sh MoM m , * ?j"*
been kepi In tin ? md for tu., ur n,n ,. .,.,
d to the fore 1 ul
. .:,' lr. ll lo . fa
. itrcmti iin'l
Inn ital mils Influence iii. u lin Aciulemy. No wonder
sculptors :n." w arm 1 sud MU Uaudeus neither exhHd'
Villi the e...lett liol ! .ike .lil iU '1 I', e p..Ii ?
on. itoikia ail, tt. ,.i..,ii ncc il deserted hy tlie men
a a-l all ul lo lo e. \\,. ,.a,|., dj n j
Hide I- Bl oa I, i i.mm,. . -. Iisl 1, fl In bring BIhUI
year a i n..,.... i i . u 0,n 0f lll(
pi. sent ; ret u iii km ss.
AMII! L-l i HMM I Vi .. \li \l If U.K.
A mu ki: sr, .lune 1. '1 be programme Foi com?
mencement week wlU be as follows: Boaday. Ja
luroatesei-Km by Pr**j_-lent Bee lye; Monday after*
noon, Mule eretloas; Monday evening, Kellogg prlu
sp. oking; Tossdsj
Pocletri In the srentncr th* prs-ldent's reception snd
,,.,,.?., concert, li is expected tbal many alumni
will Ik. present; theil headuui rtsrs will beal tho Library
hui dui- and their annual -taner will luke place in tim
bow Pratt gynaatnsa.
A WINDI HAY At COBBI ISLAND.
rur. first 1-trvnv y Of the BMOXAB gRAJOM?
CHAXOgl OH TMl I-iam>.
TIkmo who trent to Cooey LaUnd jreefa rdr_y
for a " blow " were not dl-eipp.jlud d. They Rot lt in |X r
fecrion. fa freshly indi*"'! bier the breena (hot, despite
tba ulnii-loasaay and ktrtghta_n, the al tue
hotels were srowded with people anxtout ta abtata shel*.
tn. while Ihoso who cmne unprovided with wraps '.vel
that, uioic proMdciit sisters and brethren witk envy, it
Was rot this rea-nii. perhaps, fut, an cn ly Start tor
lioice nus made, m I hat hy sundown Beatty all tho visit?
ors had li il tba Marni. Var fact ls that thoil.lt the neaSOB
mwnlnany oprnaupon Daeomttaa Day it is not until sev?
eral weeks later tint the ru-lt begins and people sci/
every opportunity of exchanging tba eily air for thc cool
breena generally to ni mund on the bland. De?
spite this fact, however, several thou.,m.is who
did And their way down yesterday liol ample
opportunity rot- passing t pleasaal day. tot those
wim linne ny tin-lum Btaamboata then iras the sail
itself whleh to many formea a by no meena taeon-lder
ame patt of the day'sen|oyment The boats, which ar.*
now runnlag on tht i ninmeri ihedale, were crowded on
every trip. Hut the vagrant wind played snell havoc
among thoaa Bitting ea the upper deoks thal tba ?
wereuni.fortably crowded, ene melancholy yoong
maa dressed ta a Canltlaaa spaing attire with a six taeh
collar and a Mow. r In his buttonhole was BOtieed fl alkme
atong Hie Boolevard with the general symmetry of his ap.
pearanee ami reil by a b itterad straw hal perched atop of
his i. iottf-l bangs. He wai hear I ralatta |
Mend. "I didn't mind abonl tba hat,*' said he, " though
ii wm har.l to see anew Dunlapsklmmta- aeroaatha
bemUy wavesy*know. "(That bothers ma it how to ?.-ct
linnie In Hus thing Withottl the hoyt Inn-tin- mc
i bad to pay ii sallee W ih 99 for the beastly thing
.1 ":.- ot ."
West r.ii.hton was the nm-t p_jk_c-_s qnarter of the
Island. i'liul Hailer's hotel, where Lei y is to play
throngti the season, waa crowded, ind the eonstra
of tbe delusive Coney Island lager watas i
st Hie Brighton the band gavi Its Omi Munday
.nance nf Ila- -??a-oil and it WBS Listened lo lu a
lai.crow.I. The Marine Railroad i iain sotlve opera
Hon carry I ni p sengers to and from the Manhattan Hotel
and the terminus of tbe Sen Beach Railroad. _ palntadi
bas beea Inuit between the Brighton and Manhattan
hotels, extending to the creek, so thal lt is list].ldc tor
the economical!} minded to walk thefaw hundred yards
traversed ny the Marine road. The Manhattan wat
op.m for business yesterday and the restaurant was fail v
.?ii patronise-, hut tbe orchestra was -, :,
sent and will nol appear until next Bua
dav. Tl, re wen fewel people liere than at Iii .uiitoii.
Next sunday the i our) Island Jockey Club dinner will
ne eaten al this hotel. None of the regnlsr guests have
.nt arrived, bnl everything ls ta perfect order, and the
grass-plots nave nevi r looked * o gn en and refresbiog to
the eye tired bf the glam ol ? u i and water.
? CES ll E.MAS Ell 1." MINOR (Al'l TEED.
MAMl'H POI v hank ROBBUtY IS OKOBOIA?A
CU Ri. Y MAN As v DSTBC1i\ i .
A clergyman got on a train which taft Auguata,
a. mi Mandi '_'?!, and rode to fl station twenty
miles distant. Twomen occupied tbe neal inat iii
iroiit ol' lum in whose conversation li*- became
inui'll iuleli Hied. Iii ally lu was convinced that
tbe wen wen* criminal.. They spoke of the spot
wi.eic ; he ?? - i ta " ?<? as " plan;, d." The n
gentleman e. iiferred with the conductor of the
irani, anil at the liearesl stall.ui two constables cii
leicd tim car ami ai ic-te i the two men. Thej wera
taken bach on s rel urn train to .aguste, rt hero tbe
minister told of bia suspicions. Ile then learned
tin.t the Commercial Bank of Augusta had been
...iii,. .1 of $_,700 by three men wbo bad escaped,
rhe i in 11 tey wa*, stolen v. In le t li" (Iiinl hail lie 1.1 the
bookkeeper of the bank in conversation. .Mut tba
robbery thedisapiionranoe ol three strangers who
bad been staying at ono ol tbe principal hotolain
Auitusta waa m.ticed. The prisoners were identi
lied as lie I'it; ! wo ol the -I rai e'er-. I'loin tho dow ,
dropped In their talk on tne railroad train the
moiiev was all recoi ered (".capt ^;o. The prisuiiera
w t-i-i- tried, cont ieted and sentenced to the (ieorgia
IViuteuliary for seven years, and a description of
them waa sent to Inspector Byrnes, in tliis city,
w ho was asked to look ont for the third man.
The Inspector recognized In the description of the
two robbers, two noted bank sueaks, " Johnnie *'
I', ic- ami - i'.il!\" ('oh an in. Coleman was nan nt ly
el isorl from .ulmrn Prison, for n hank robliery
coiatmt!. d lix ?? years ugo, From tbe de.sci
ol il.e third robber fiirni ibcd by (Mel ol Police
i 'hi: ' an, of A I i ?'
-li'ii..-' "I",..r. On 'day 27 Defect ive Heri
Mtilrv nnd McCloskoy espied " l.'u:.- ' tv.il!.int.;
down l'i.th-.i.e.. mar 1 oitv-iiith-M. They took
of hun and directed ii - to J'..In e
ll. , i.iii.ii i .?!??. where bc has remained ince. Steps
v,ci-- taken to inform th Soiithei i ai timrith laud
veal iday Captain kV. K. Foute, ol Ulauta, arrived
at I'olici ll. nlqiinrtnt. with extradition papers
lol" Wife." Ile '" pei ts to vistl Ail.any lo day, aad
t., in ,11.1,1 to st.iti Month willi hm primmer.
Iii-p.c'nr I.vims iii.cn!,ai *? 1,'nie ": as being n
,tl, m.in in i very (onsa ol iho word.'
Hts pi turo is prouiini i . mk sneaks. Ile
i-.il.'iu fort) Lvo J'c.'im old, Slightly Laid, anil liis
m.mil: is in.iden im.'., i a big mustache. Hts man?
ners art singularly engaging. Auiuug his '.elect
les arc " Johnnie " Jourdan, Little Horace,
?? Iii. " I'rief. " Molly " Mm. ho. "?Billy" Burke
and other noted liauk robbers. In IkT'.i be figured
in the rubbery of $**_,___ fiomtbe First National
Bank of IJ Iroit He Laid injail in Bait i more for
onl ii-- tu anne ei t he aecii uttion ol st< al
Septi ini" r 25, l **? ?_, tfTJAWO from the Bank ul Hal
tiuiore, iiml escaped throngli a technicality. Tlie
robliery of the Middletown "Savings Bank in iMKl
.?I - i(",l*t)U w a- lani ,it lils door, as also was the
theft Of f 71,(KIO of railroad lennis Iron, ;i safe
I comp:.nv Ul Philadelphia, in I8N2. lie
1 ".Inn" Hums in roi, the Hi -ok lyn Poa!
I Ml ce ill I *->?_'. "i.'llle" c-c.'lp; d liitoll"ll B Wt'llk
noes in the evidei e iii lum. while Burns made
In- escape from Kayiuoud St reel Jail and is now m
DOINGS OF TUE WOREINOMEN.
Tba Centra] Labor Union met ?featerdny at
- . l-avc. and l'u-i-si. A pommuuicatiou waa
received from the Fuglish Trades I . a.kiug
con,' pi i, ii le.? iii regard to the ulan [or thi forma?
tion of -ni International i_aaes Union. I'be
house painten coinpli.d thal the berman
branch| ol their (organization was allow?
ing i's raembera to work for fifty cents a day Hillier
the ro .'iltur scale ol wagi .ano a committee was
? .1 >.. see and remonstrate with thom. A
limul reporti il i bal the. bad i ubst. ibi il
sums for thc .sir: ki ii.- iron moulders in Ubany, and
mille spinners in rall Uiver, iii. Hnrsesmitins'
iiiiioii responded thal it bad passed a resolution for
li i. Iiln. ?: ii- uiembt-rs hand I ina material which is
mad" in bop omplo.iiig non-union men. th,, rule
to lc enforced after August l. The committee
on Workingmen. Hall reported that it had inverai
plans ii ole, ad vi-lenient, and thal tbe c inn i .ie
ol i -I Hall wo,lld li ? laid on tbe labor liol ida.*.. -*ep
te ui bei 1, 1 885. \ r ?lul ion a t ? pa i od ni
September] a holiday for working people. A del?
egate from Hie ' igarutukers' Progressive l mon
, iki I thal aid lie un ten io the workingmen of Uer
many in their efforts lo elect members ol tbe
Uoielistag. fi committee of I luna was appointed to
solicit subscriptions for thal purpose. A titi -
egation of stove moulders from Troy
was admitted to the Boo. and asked
aid in the si i ike against Perry & I lo,
A meeting nf pile driviug-enginerra was held
al No. 193 Bowery, li was stated thal nearly all
ina uiilic. lix d men had been driven onl ol tbe
im -ito'it, and thal iiiie-i of tba eniployere were in
tu'! icc..ni with the iini'in in itaenorta to increase
the elm iciicy uf liie engineers.
A conference between I he plasterers' laborers, who
aro on a strike, aud their employers anil short ly he
held, nud it is probable that a settlement will be
made, i he man -av tiley will not ko to work until
they receive $2 ."?? a dav. and they li ope thal the re
quctl for a conference moana the surreuder of the
TBE CASE OF HIE RET. MR, l> IL1 F,
Tbe Rer. I?r. Whitney, ni the seminary at Hack?
et ta tow i. preached yesterday morning and evening
in the trinity Methodist Kpiscopal Church, in
'io,!, m.. -erse. City, the charge ubaudonci
week bj Tn 1,'cv. Jonathan ll. Dally, whoee in?
timacy with Ano Stewart led to his dis?
grace Thechurch was crowded bnl no illusion
was made to tba scandal. Presiding Elder < ra g
said that be had nothing to add tn the statement
already published. Mr. Dallj bad confeaaed his
mu. and, w lulc he svnij.atiii/c.l with him and be?
lieved thal be was thc victim of a designing
woinan'a wiles, thorn was no room in ? Methodist
pulpit for suoh a man. Mr. 1 >.< 1! \ and his wife ure
at Woodbridge, N. J., and Mrs. stewart is in Pat?
el mi .-. il h li- : ai .i,,|.
Mr. Halli waa born in Wo -dbridge, on October 7,
I ?' -? his i.?;'.. r l.j a wealth) brick un n han:.
a ;ia.Inat.- of tim Wesleyan University, and
fl :.. a.l,n I tied |u l|?. North I a I, ii 11, a , una i.i n c in
l-i;?:. Iii Is71 he w?- im, sferred to tbe Ni
Conference, and bis him charge waa al Mouul
Horan, boiuei wi County, N.J. From then he w. ni
iu Washington, \\ arreii L'nnuty. and he afterward
" ; ?"" * fne pulpits in [lo eville, Mar',..;,-,:. >,?,.?
.i:l., ai.d Markel -,-t. Pateraon.
TWO JUDGES WAITING FOR ROOM.
Tlie new judges of th,, ttapreme Court, Van
Brunt and Andrews, will nol be aide t, iranaael
muck b I ., mme lime, I ecaiiae ..i a I.u k , i
? 'ccoiiiin. ii.d m.,.. All tin monia in the new Court
Hon ii and tbe other buildings In tbe Cit) Hall
Perk an oo npii d by oourta and depart nu
the City Uiiven.ni. A lull was introduced imo
the "issetiihl) last winter to enable the t'ommis
si.uiei lol the .*>inl,iin/ I'uml iu pm. has,, additional
.nv property, li was intended, uuder (over of
IhiB. to purcbaee the Btewarl BulldiiiK. at Broad?
way aud ' haiuhoi. st. ilii-i bill tailed to pan., and
Hie project came lo naught. It is more thin prob.
aide that quartern will l?" procured fur sonic of tim
d, i -a i linen 11 in the .-towart I tm hiing to make room
in lin- Coull llnnae for thc two now j nd ires and their
corps of assisi auls.
SAMUEL M. -HOEMAKEB.
(nv ti 11 _____ in ni: nti-irsr*.'
BALTTMOBB, .lune I .--Kainui I M. KhocnmUcr,
the vice president of the Adams 171 pl OBI Company, died
at Old i'o ip Oomforl this morning; in til- titty-third
ye;ir of bli .i.e. Death w,ia tba resull of Bright's lilaeaaa.
Ile was hornin Bs ra I.t POarefee, I.i., lu June,
1631. ile waa a ion ofBemael E. Phnom .)<? r, a native of
Philadelphia. Hisaaeeators were German, winn twenty
two years old Mr. Shnctimlier was an agent of B transpor
tution eempaay. A year later he organ-Md, ta cot-see
Hun with i:. s. Bamford, aa express company between
!'.il'iinore. .ind Philadelphia. The Inkiness was I eu duct" _
utnler the name of .id.mis &, Co. Express Co. From tl.ls
point OB Mr. Shot malii r's life is one with that of tin- rl-u
and (level,ipinetil of Hie Adams Express Coiiipany, sn
snterprl ie whleh baa few ir aayaqnala. Tba karia tar tana
wlilch accrued from the ministry and skill of Mi.-iee.
mater enabled him to engage In .k-ralalng. Fifteen
-rearsago ha parehaseda tract orland in Baltimore
.minty, where he spent the sussmer months, iieen
in raising tborongb bred cattle, mahtag Jerseys a
specialty, His herd numbers sixty. They comprise the
nui.t ln.lilv prised Stock, and were purchased -I lati-h
pries. UU acrU is considered the most valuable ta tha
country. Recent";, bei ud |15,000for an imported Jer
sc* iniii iiml 15,000 ror a cow. Ihe latter produces
twenty elghl pounds of butter par week. Mr. Mkoeinaker
leaves a wife and eight children, sit daughters and two
sons. The eldest daughter ls the wife of Captain C. P.
Harnett, of.tbe United .-'at.s Anny. Another dan-hter
ls Hie wiii.w of William C. Boylston, who died ton, j.,in
ago. 'lin-third daughter married Edward Murray,of
Baltimore. The other daughters, Ulan-he, Neille and
. and his t tt o sons, Mimili I M , jr,, and Edward alu
unmarried. Although be was marly slxtj thi ?
Old, lhere Wits not B -liv hall' III hi- Head.
JEREMIAH Ml I.HANK.
Jeremiah Milbank, the well-known nnd Iii^iily
esteemed banker, dud Bl I a. m. yesterday, "' heart ili.s
ITe.0Eesl iii ii ; > -.ij.iu ii-.-i. He had
? i to bis lioii~o .-nice the u.-ddle ol' Mar.h, :.::d
t? his bed lol" bil Weeks. j;,il n lu this
on April l-, lMs, he Keeived bli
...nat private schools In this city and at Beading,
Conn. li" began business life in the firm of I. A l'.. mu
bank,wholesali grocers, wbo had a store ta Front-st. Baa*
il ta this line, be accumulated eonslderabla capital,
and iiomil twenty years Sgo he.an his career SS a Lanker
iiiiil brO-CT. Iii! was foriimale, anil died possessed Of
a targe fortune. Bia ofltoa tva* at Mo. DO Broadway.
Among the cutei-prlses with walch be n ss connected lue
principal one was thc Chicago, Milwaukee snd 8t. Tani
I'.iiiio.id Company, tn which ba wass director ami a
member of the Executive i ommlltee. Ila hint close ;m ,i
aess associations with Alexander Mitchell, in 1858 be
furnished capital for the norden Condensed Milk
Company, in whleh he luis sine- been finna
ciaiiy inteii -ted. ite vvas a member ol I K
Inion League and Down-Town clubs, and of tho
Chainliei of Commerce, Always a strong Republican ha
was never au olliee-holder. In th- Metropolitan lipers
House he was S stockholder and owned g box. A ulan of
strong religious com Ictions be was a prominent member
oi the Madison Avenue Baptist Church, being out*
oMtt founders, president of ii* Board of Trustees and
chairman of lae Building Coi.ttea taat erected the
presentcuiircb siitlee. lie leave, a widow, one son and
one daughter, the wlfi of E. M. Anderson.
The funeral will be held al 'he house at io a. m. on
Wedaesday, Hie Bot. Lt. Bridgman conducting mo ser
GENERAL U LN8FIELD LOVELL.
General Man-field Lovell, an ex-Confederate
soldier and foran rlj promlnenl ns a eitlsan of ttew-Yorfc,
died yesterday, after a short nine-., at his home m tho
iga Flats, at Broadwayand Plfty aceoad th A oa
tr.c of "ffasbtagton, he was lunn in Iv.'.', and w is the seo
of Burgeon-General Joseph Lovell, U. B. A., who was soo
eeeded succeeslrelj, by Hrs. Lawson, Finley, Hammond,
Barnes, Crane aad Marmy, yoong Lovell wast.' d
ut We-t 1',,mt at the linn: that General (irani, Colonel
John N.wl. and oilier prominent men Were th-Te.
Ile served With credit in (he Mexican War
and was given command of s battery by General Scott
for gallantry (turing action, ile resigned the mmmnpd
ed in this city until tbe war iroka out. Be corn
man Jed the old City Guard Bl one tune, and waa
Deputy Btreet Commissioner at tbe time that thai De
partmei i emin iced the lin- Department, lie enlisted In
nc ('icifc ha, ?? \ ? and wa* given command of tho De
onrtmeutof tl - Gulf, having his headquarters at Mew
Orleans. He distinguished h'm ? if m several I
winning n brilllanl I ( off ville. Ile was com
; lo rctenl fri ai .' ew-( if tien
eral B itlcr. .fieri ho war bc en. : in : lan i
near *-. ? . . . he I ime to this
i itv whi ? ?? lie Iii ..I (juli . I his pro
of civil engineer. H -ber of DollimH f/xlgeof
. ..ns. He lett a m ,.-.. i sad tvt___us,
ouc of w hom la ia B tn lr nc l ??.
JOSEPH G. MILLS.
Joseph Gr. Mills di, a soddenly j
of apoplexy st the Windsor Hotel. Ho had
1 hN ? irrlagS for it dr,ve and lt had
stied nearly two hours ta front or the
bot< i watting for him. The coachman, who had been
summoned at 8 p. m., becoming Impatient, went, to
his i om ntiu found him dead al shout r> o'doek.
Mi. Milla was one ol tha best-known men In Waii
Btreet, baring boen s member of the stock Exchange
foi thirti years. He was horn ia Di ?. l> '.ware
County, tuts rotate, In 18'_0. and after a short business
career In Buffalo cu He wa-a merchant
In rc for ii nuiubei ul -rears, lill ul thi I'omiueue.nieut of
im war be i stabli-lied thc hanking bonseof .Mills, Knick?
el hocker _ i o? which did a lar o* un I suece ?fol bu Iness
during tbe gold t.ter. He retired from active business
nlioul twentj years bod, bul had been till
partner in the Urtu of g. W. Booock A
ia. Mr, Mills was ii man of genial ni,nine: ?
position, ; im won many friends, lie lia I beenacreat
traveller ami wi i fond of active life. About a yi
at Richfield Springs he was stricken with paralysis, from
whick lie never fullv rei livered. iii> wife died ntl
ago. leaving no children. Hi will lie buried at Woodlawn
THROUGH NEW'YOBH STATE.
A ( LSB UNDER THE CIVIL DAMA0E8 ACT.
Ol i \n. .lune 1 .?An intel.'siinj; rn~e,whic_ is
something new nader Ibe Civil Damagi i act of this Rtate,
bas Just beea decided ta the courts of (his county. List
fall Wi slej Been, or Hos rillage, weal to the drag stan of
lee, and representing thal aa beda
tick horse, waa sold a bottle ol whiskey, with which to
doctor it. Been, however, got drunk oa tba -(.nor, and
areal ta i tie neighboring village of Hinsdale, where, m au
alieicition.il,. shot and killed a yoong man, I
ld, Bi i n v,. .. on*, [cb .' m' min,i a lu the second
degree, and seuleuced to Auburn Prison foi life. Tha
father ol tbe murdered mau then brought sall a
Hie din .'..i-i io recover dire ....- i.u the loss of bis sou, on
the gi-ouutl thal his death waa Un* retrull .,i i ..?? taleo tbe
-i p'oi bi ibe druggist to Been. Tba plaintiil roco\ n I
ALMOST A CENTENARIAN.
Canasaraga, June 1.?Mrs. Bally Anable,
Bga nearly mia IT-nine. vtas buried on Thursday la the
.-iu cemetery st Naples br tim stdeof har father, who
.in lal the age of ninety; her mother, who lived to b,>
eight; and an uncle, who died at el -ty-three. Mra.
Anabls had been a member of the Bap] * ( on ?-. sgatlonal
Church ror ci-iity two const entire years. Bhe waa the laat
or tin- onginal settlers wh< re Maples nov, stand-., tt hither
lui fat h. rwenl from Massachusetts ta I7tn. Taeeeasetery
ni Naples is doubtless the oldest burying place in "flTcStOTB
New-York, lt was sn old Indian graveyard when tbe
whites Urst entered the volley. The Indian graves wera
net er di si itri.i-,i. ami i h.- aboriginal remains Ui hurled as
thej were placed > their people. Bytbeir side ara tba
graves ol bernes ol tbe early In. lian wars, soldiers ol the
'ion, men who louie ni In the \\ ar ot 1812, v- lc. aus
of the Mexican War and soldiers of Hie late war. Mm.
Aaablc died nt hut dm.luci's homo in this Village.
TO01 EMFUL BUBOL-JtB.
ibt 1 ki Eui*, veil ro mu Tauatran..
CoiiMMi, N. v., .lune l.?Bugfaun entered
the house of \.x Reprssentatlie c. c. it. walker last Bight
and stoic tllverware valued at 05,000, Ths property w_t
kept iii an unlocked ?_!>.
BONE TO El ROPE Ililli THE MOSEY.
S'MU-ky, .lunn 1.?.'lilllie.' Faiciul, of tba
linn ol 1-ai clot A Wt lille, wine dealers, has been missing
stace May 12, when hs taft ostensOri. bo a bnstaess trfrp.
ii li as.-, rtataed thal ba baa tavelvad Mr. uv tn ls to tba
c\K lil of about |30,000, at lim Citi/ens' and Third
Sall mal lian-- Herc and l_,000 with Everett, Weddell .Nt
Co., of (I.t eland, lt lt believed that 1 an lot has -one to
Eurolie, li i* kuown thal be bad a Large arno.mt ..i ready
mouev. A receiver has been appointed, aud Mr. Webrle
will be protected against a further sale ut m.n.
\>(.lill.- is responsible lor (he ,i. nt-, ol tbe nnu.
.NO SI Rllil: D> OCOi li IS CINi ISSUE
t i\. i\-. i ri, .lum* I,?The tu wa receired hen
la a in at that the pittabarg rolling mil i hod signed ilia
neale of wages, settles-tatters herc. Tha strike whleh
oed m i" libbi to tn 'trow, (Mil not tal
. elli shut down ten days fer repa-?,
COS Sit XMRST OR liol si I IS CATTLE
I'.,, row, June I.**-The .teamer Bonton City,
whleh arrived today tram Landsa, bttmgbl Iii beni e*
Halstssa rattle, eenaigned te Sssatt i Powell, el Rsm
ai. me bee! lol ol Ihil-tein ,- ,111,. ,?,, r im
i.i io Am.ina. nome ot iiniii oustlua upward ol
:*l ,uu before tulpiia-iit. Thnt au* all lu Hie Icm ,,null
Siiii.iii.. Qood S.'iiinii itali (tn liiciul Milli
"hoi cop,ai."): ?? What's the mallei, oki chapple I"
Hun. rm : - nb. ny dear boy, aty brain Ison tra I w lou
Would toil a Him mc lo,lu ! (,..**. ?? Well, il ? ,,?, bni-S
m. i.u fire, tr i wsreroul should, cr-blw.T u'.<u. onti"
NEW-JERSEY BTATE TOKCa
A QLAHC1 AT THE POLLTIOAL UTUATIO-l
ciirc-co and Tiir. OOiraitBl iovai, MtniC_f-e
m'i r.rr.f.AN-iAXiis?shad AMD tltg TtltrjiKr
[muni tiik rti:-;r;r *r ooMUttsonvtRrt ot na r__no-_.l
Tkknton, X. J., Anno 1.?Conflicting n porte
ni to Individual preferences I. Vt inoslty
as to the vote ot Wsw Jmmji tn the Bepublieaa Oan?a_>
tion. Thedi :..Mt( s TtiU tuft, t 1-. ( ll ,t... Mond jv .. a
li._ t. elect a, chairman and arrange details of their ac
non. Boaaeof the party papen aro argingiha iak <
ta he wary and board the tram of the coming man mort
promptly than tbs di legation has lu thc p i.t. iii,; Mate
enters the President Ia) campaign ta excellent ?,. .po.
John Y. Foster, secretary of tho Republican Stale ( nto
inittee, saul I.isl wt. k: "We shall open bead<|tl_rter.a ira
mediately, and un efficient fis. i ? ? ??_ry w,n be
pl.ned at the roams tn .lei tey ( ity and remain In c.in?
stant attendance. Tao dtate will lie i arriort for the Uiy
I nuncan ticket if it is j ? , .? *t
i a mi. T_t ergaataattoa or the soaattas -.ni ba the
first work, and tho details will be mart
Hatefully arranged than ever." Tlie Caagrev-I..:,al dit
trletsara talktagtf Ikolrranf-dataa. aUkiiaak nomina?
tion* will not ba ri,mil' until Amr-ist aud Septen .-r.
Bator Hires,afSatanOanaly,kt sp-keast* totn.
deem the 1st Dtstriet, noir repreaantad by ? Denea-Mi
Coll.li ssinan iiretvei 1% uienfiori" 1 H a " omi SUccessOf
In th ? ltd lu-tiief, though If Banal n (..miner is a t indi.
date his Haine wou! ! t cntli-slaim. Con IS
man Kean will probe* y repreti at the party in tlie UM,
mci if Mi'es i: . ptring, aa he ia repotfbd tobe,
tin-ie trill bc aiiotin i Interesting eampaign thara, in the
IYthDistrict, . n Hov.cy will ba r*eao-__etai
by thc llcpui-l cans, while tie DeBMl ntttc fact),ms ai- a!
ready al war aa ta wfcetkar asf-Cta an Barriaat
Benatot .loin Oarpeatar, Jr., sha'i have t!ie,r
nomiii.itioii. In the Vlh District Congrcs-SMO
Phelps win .."eu ktssaetf, probably without real
...n flout atiT dinciioit. In Ihe Vlih District
rressman Geo -. H Jsey Iii- - been menti
snd, though bc ls disinclined, tha preesnre apon lum tu
.j,t .s pretty sure tobe troag". TheDemocratswUI
pul up Congressman Fiedler agata, and wUI see btu
di fe it. 1 with perfect equaulm ty. In nie Vll'h District,
Mr.m Gilbert Colitas, of Jersey city ls naowd ftr the
.a nomination, ami the lean and hungry
Mc vi.rill bound to the front once atora ns the li. ino
cratfo candidate, la spits of the (nubbins, btreeeived al
tbe tate Btate ( onvi utteo the i epabbeaaa ;_*?? san of
tour ot tho seven .'. stricta, wi.h good ebaaeea lu eve
M'OEHMOTT AM) M*( (.1 I 1 .tv.
judge Aii.'u I.. M.'Dcriaott. State Aaeaaaet af Bl -1
Taxes, says he run neither *.-cu nor neanl
from (JeneriU 'tcClcllan since the latter denied
that he had given np bia msldeuoe ta "few-Jersey, " f
don't know," said 'fi. McDermott, "wuether tieueral
.Meei, lan liv-s in New-York OT .Ncw-.leri.-y. and I don't
c ire. I' he ls s Jerseymon why does ba Usua cants ? Ai
home' in Bew-YorkCby ' What authority did I hat" for
declaring thai be would be aoatiaatsd on the New-York
Bli doini ticket '? i 'h, that waa Just a jok". and I sup 1
lt was taken aa snob." Aa Mr. McDermott, "joke'' wat
taken in earnest al the Demo* rattc Convention, and pr*.
vi ted tbe anticipated boom for fi munal McCteBan, kia
attempt to give tt a really humorous tum at tin- la:.; day
may b. rea -dad aa ral ber lease.
MISC'i'.f.t IUntOtJg COKPOUATIMN TAXKS.
Mr. .Mclietiiiott, as I'ailroail 'lax Assessor, says tha
returus from niiscell.-ricotis corporations under tht
mw tax act aro coming ta rapidly, and indi?
cate a gs natal intention to accept the .at
without contest. The talk of opposing lt comes, he thinks,
fnma young lawyers i'i'c.-h front theil nrsf nadine of Hit
Constltutio-i 'lae Uw seeBtperfect; eaeept iv to tht
" tax exemption contracts" of the railroads, which it n
impossible to peculate by statute. Mr. McDermott thinks
the taw wBl ai ve Jersey City fl ona io.) m.-re from tail
r...ci property than heretofore, be?td..-, tavteg the peepta
thc burden of ? direct *-!at" tax.
'i br e li dian ootootes in cumberland Chanty baveiH*e_
ni and art growing rapidly. The p cal,, ave wita
a personal economy absolutely unknown to their Ameri?
can neighbors, and are boom skilful than even the, Her?
mans In tin ir principal Industry, grant ultura. They
seen to make excellent cid/, bs and - drapers most farer
abi> with their compatriots ta th. cities.
mi BHAD -i \-n\-ri vMtiiii sn.*i>.
Tbe Delaware shad seasaa eloora next week. Vt - ts
Hon wm be asked next whiter bf the restriction of tht
koala of laking and af tue Maa of giii-u-ts. Knekdtf*
cully i> -aiH ric.I in holding the Penna] ITa_l*f anther
tttee io an enforeetaenl of tho toter-Btata lawn. Ike
season | rou* and :i Uratan kai been tht
unusual ali ?? of the U ih caught far up i be Delaware, i ? en
al Mi ford, Penn. I ishing ta the headwaters of the Dela
wau . c-o . lally ie ai ? caiin (nm. is i.-nii' I as fine. Tha
,?;??-,?,,; larks tbe tad for the year of the
a Jerst] luxury, planked -aad. h ? .
e foo I. little kn ...a '.:.'? i dies noa; Ph
(.(.ia. rhe process of preparation ls as follows! \n ineh
i nu k oak or ,i h plank, one tool by twa is i- tted
in an oven, u u has been ung ni usc, >
,-' h the ; i-r. Tue plank lt sprinkled s th
a mixture of red popper and salt, and then the sha i is
la'd, back down, upon it. Slxten-panny uaib Impale the
ri,:iu. to the plank and be le then placed rn fi ont of a
eru'e of red coals. Tile din ct heat cooks him ta trent mt
ibi ia ai ot the plank doc- ihe liuainoss for tbe back. The
nMiNi. ? d everj two minutes with melted butter of the
oe-t qa dlry, and mn it be turned fretraently so tta it every
drop ot toe bastin- i, absorbed, -erved bot upon tbe
plank, no dish can excel lt. 1 aldin*
. ," ten courses are planked .had, more planked shad, a
little more, am* stiii another morsel.
Ihe black ha ' r**fetday ll
ri*':dy attract* a to (I reenw :
wood Lake aud Lu t Hopetron**. Ul of thea n ?
ea.-y distanceof Kew-York, and th.* sport IsaxceUen
Tin: i III l.i) LAMM i aw,
Complaints an nuMta that-ka Child Labor law - i
Ita ' ; - -'a'e. Tho Legialatnre authorial I i
: , Dint two awl gnats, aad he *.
: I now,tal', of Newark, aral the tRtmt ..f i ?? la'iot"
loiii'iial ia Pat i-op. Melioiiucl' hf name 1 hi y .re w il
paid,tall the re-nils or their work are nor yet anji.
Arte.ian wells along the anana Iron) kara beea
siir.k In great Bambers during tba past sawing (?..?
a: tha cottage ol Dr Jayne, Ootna Pttack. ia
within a sborl distance of tb.-sea: yet front a depth of
too i-.-t a pura snd cold stream rises steadily to a betcha
ol twenty-seven teet above the surface a' tar tua >f
- dlona a a.,
lim recent fros! did m-r lertaualyafketHew-Jeraey,
Tie .on.inion of the cn-ps ii rery prim aug, ami Hit
nuantit] of berries and vegetables * nt to the
md I'liM-delphla markets will be unprecede i.
The value of the farms ta th ? state is eetii i ited ,-t B2-Ov<
000,000, producing ncarl* 20 per cent on thal inwst
nient. The rain of last wi kwatmnch needed, aad w_s
worth a million to tko State.
OPFOfMI i"N fO I'lMi'ii-in BRID :: -.
Appeal I to tie -Viw-Jersey CaagTS -aa I.t'.e lnvrfi
and, if posafMa, _efeat the niia
perniitttag tbe ereetioa of brtdgM mbi i Btatea latani
Bonn 1, Kill ton Kuli and Arthur Kill. Thu i.- |
tbe bridges for raflrood puifnaas wonld, it i- iti-.-.i.i*
eweeney eventually to the position of :
ineiv patssge-way for the _e,wtaleth ware
hons.-- _nd eil-, r lermtual improvements of real valla '.?
a community; would he p Pu<
..-. .'on. that a iniinr' for ianroads at tin- Narrows, -r
tho deep w at Long Isl I, nt I
utilized, provoke further alana.
A 1 UM'I'I ll' ? I M'jdT l'i AIN'T.
The failure of the Bewarfc Bavfoga Inatltntien a ii.-- A
ma;;-, i-.-i ol'- in the tara! dlStrtatS Bf -*>??riherii Nct
Jersey, ihe uni.pc platal o;' aMoms Oodnty ti
that "every time I'lc-al Bt Dodd WOBt Ottl rldiugOBC Ot
my adak akins bad te pay for it," ha* attn tad i
lion. Depoeitora will prooablv ba paM rn tal
arter some weary waitui.. Mcll.v. _,:.* thc
tal o ni' led by the Cb mi lor bis I
what rudely shaken and people are wondering
v. ht be does not act ta tbs matter by alia igtag Pn il it
i '? . i -nan of contempt of court. De replies that tue
mai ter isa proper sublet t for Brand fury ,i-| ion.
Tht He. nan. n Hay review or tht'lirst uri.ade at
Btw ark by neueral i md s,n ttor) 8 iwell, showed a ?*_?
,.' tn, .1. Iiauditomely uniformed.eud stalwart.lyof nen.
The .tilt.* lailuta han rtacked a hi;;h degree m eataleaey.
hi I.I.ED BI THE EXPLOSION OF BOILERS
Di. nu .rr, .litne 1?Two boilers in thc mill Ik*
tanglag to Me.sis. woimi aadThayar, one mile seat af
Mi it.'i.ie's, bl Ma___?? County, exploded on I,,,| ?,
d. liioiis.uii,* the bill,ding. We.ley Amnion, for. niau,
A Uglis tttS Neurum, and BM Matthews were killel.
Cherise Benong head sawyer, tttafkara-a is nttaHykii
lured. Peter Cremertaa la badly injured, b-tisllkalyte
ie. ..t.r. Joseph McCulloogk and William Dysia wera
als., badly iii.iured. lt le report-, that the wife of , s ? ut
tbe dead men, erased bj her hvreavcuiciii, killed kersev
bj cultliif; her l.noat,
OCII.IY OP BLACEMAILISQ.
BO-TOV, June 1.? Thc trial of Dr. Cliaili'.s f_
BtoedaadDr. Edgar M. Townaand, _b_qpi wttkktac?<
initiiiiiK ia nest B'aber, a music teackar, al thia etty, and
Bttetaptingtoexorl nKmey from hun. ama ea_ekB_edl_al
niKlit. Tbe Jury rend, isl a \ei,ltet of Kiilltj on f.ni"
counts. The judge had previously ruled that on Ott
Other co.inis ta Ike linlictuient, a verdict could BO ka
ii a ARD Lin: noni i ORT.
B vi I'IMOBI?:, Jitiii* l.*l'liii.sto|)liiT- Dofk wad
drowned la-day at Uta _Mo_k of Cartis Creak, Breamlea
below Hil* elly. He .jumped from it Miii_.lt boat th gat tho
bat of a comp.inion and did net again r s ta the surface,
received the Brat medal for reseulag p o|?le front
tba wain on the .-? caslou or the rtvoli iiis_s?t_ Ust pani
wheasixtj Dvapsrsoaa were drowned.
Il vim I.in i > pom 1'iikm.?I'irst Martyr: "You
laka j cu wiieto the o.iks. ..r sauna." -tooad Martyr:
"No; too seedy tao nervous to undertake the respon st*
mj boy, so I shall go quietly bf myself Your w ir*
yo - -willi ton, Itioiis'li'* Ile*! M.: ''No; too hard BB
po. him Iv can't ..ll-rd Hm usual ttr_*f and li i utter Hits
pear, io I must sro ataae." Martyrs tstataltantoaily):
'riuppose wr mu dowu Uurether."?IKuu.
I'o'viiWkm Wi;. i\.;i in Mam rsi kau Uk v rn.
-Ile: ?? lad, dsaict. you imlsl not (Bil BM willi .ct
some assurance of hope. Your Bf-otteas Btaybeoth-r
mu*wed i you may kesttass ta loll bm Ike Miter
truth, )iui lu*) u?l wnut -" Ho) ft>te_klBg_U: "A
d m .. , tiri Hi ase, slr, will Hie lal)' have a doukej Itf
duy I" lAud tht hvyjellivos.J -|Jadt.