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f ta defend*
?ni before i ie S. nate - inveail*
gallon n! a
, . to hill.
?Manual ? lu* a parin ular.
Ml sit iill III
Tt is | . the ct ? li ol
?
, i io thr e whi -a 'i i i ; i .ion ai
I : ira] iy afternoon nv. .-? among ihe
Bioat < tho lighter fe itu ros of thia overcrowded
?,?.?-., I. N I ? 1 isl ,' ? , ? ,
I Kudo ol the
i I .aw i ir-- is ? . : i he ir . ii-:-'
?riiii-*. - ' ind real fee . ? to Interpret the
poetical productions ol ihe tl ii -,. Her
a . 'en* were B hu ei ?-? t , hen ma Ppinnrad"
.
r OgS"),
?? NA ie biSl -ltl 'neille K.'eiii-i-t," ". li -.: a*. "I
|.-:;i-s."!'N Lassen, and uti, dainty Mwedlsh folk-Bonna
'lo the - ? ii - - it songs, the lat) i a i sae sa
t ? i aaiiisi ni im.- that ?.i" lia- Buffered
aeverely fro itartad out on
l ? eonceri rn ir. sa- aided with u.-'l taste tbe same
t s.hiiu: of Oo
1. -
ra were ad M.
Mus,u. I'm .'..ra er'* ni's- not lids -. were
lil- 1 ? ' ",' IhO " App s- 111) it a " * ? ll
.' . , .
.
first time iii me rlr.t of Ir. ll nu ute's reelta
... - 'Le Hal.' '.f thia lasl
, . ha eon luded bl* work ar.th i tremendous
. rar a i-i the plei e ..
% i ? ,-1 fl.en nu
welled tn
i , . ? ? t provided lu
Ihe i ? all* '->: uwins
i ition > -ni th* \ . ?? i. iii v
.-? -navel: |- ,1 - il ,. da ", l-l i ll ? I l-l ai ' - " e 8
]. ? i. . ? - r w s ..,. i, i m.., a rather in i
I - il * mata in T tot piano
1 ?- a i i l ;
av
? . SCI RT OF CH \MIIEK MUSIC.
A SI k Hall on Saturday eveniujr the last of
t ? ia
i . ....... j .\ j, mm, I. pros imm. comprised two
. i it mu's p uiui >na n mi I t In il ,l it
i ., viol i au I
twa i , In C major, op ld >. In tb (quartet the
i b part waa p ayed by Mr. 1 rdluand vo
un: . - .larly and con. , rer, whom nv ?
i | will to li i - :. umala of thia character.
- ol I :e it" '*! pr id ?
I - - lt date a is! u g a
li - -, impost
ur-red mi dj i pie* - end, ii
I a fl.mi , opel an
, miration. I
1 my ni ' . thi i-iinlMl ? ?? !H ria n's Soot:," thc
'?Hymn to the Holy Ghost' i-: eight male \"o!ee*.
tha
? md the maj ii lt) of Hi'- bo i aa
I .lr . . - . ? ? ?
i fro a tl;" closing
l ilife. Ila sj ? a, bul iii
ii,,. . . , 1 more soul
? i - i.iry with i he
lyrical * . i ? i ? Mr. C. ll nun mu aanl.te I
an. Schwartz and Uergner, who noni
l : i- p i .. . i i ot l he a
\ PRESS CLI*H iJENEFl I.
A coneerl arranged by lia fae! Joseffy was
given . isl n--.it for the bene ill
Cf ti. ? le Iel I u. I Ol ti.e Nev. 't ,.: \
t lass club The weatbei prevented
. ? , idience li il i''? : ?
. e..- ii 'ii excellent.
Mr. Joseffi i.ut omi look upon himself tba t .sk of ai
ran.ii i.- the nfl dr, bm himself
t ? With 1.1 ward Huriuann, R.
Klug s. tn lilt. Maj ? , ha played
t . ,ui,i.nie i|iiiiitet. Later in tho evening
?: - - ai n performance of the
duo ol -...-? II an Ire i " 'v
.. i; e ; lying sevei
ted lu a ;- 'rforin
? ? ie " l.ieli.-.- >?
wai I zes for voca
.. -- mit von 1 iteu.
paula in th ismi-erl ? ere -I las E:i ma
,lu,i. M . liss Fairnie Hu ich, Mis..
nh u :i, dr. C. K ii-- ai an 1 Mr. Carl I .
liuffi. ih .- au earliia :"f tho voeal parts ol tbe
Urah M -i.i ich a d ii. ('audtdua sang
boii^s ta lb ? maui i ? nco.
-?
AMEKICaiN urERA.
The Artieriean Ojiera Coiupiinj will anpmenl
its r, pertorj lb - week with a oe mt opera of V'kstoi
M is - ti, Lin] ?? Lea booed do Jeannette," vtiii.-ii en
joys the distinction of having for thirty years been
almost nnla i . rote las >:.f the freshest and mosl
beautiful -,-??: - prod u- ?: by the -rup iser, an 1 ?
ballet "Hyia i '..r li.s. To-nliiht aud Saturday after?
noon ig Outchmau" nv..i be rt;,e..l.-d willi
Mlsi
Tlll. '? OVER BENI . ,i \T THE ACADEMY.
The performance for the benefit of Leonard
Grover, * i took place last evening al the kcademj
ot Mu . ? '? "t the ni'-s' -:: icessful affairs of tbe
I.::.-! ' ????ii wltuc*.' l tt-r some time. Mr.
drover's popularity and large acquaintance In theatri?
cal i ire!--* pr ,n isle.t in,: vi ali a Hat of attractions which
lt would . .r.- i.ii dim ii- for any oiife;.*, to have
na st ige. Well a - gara, musicians,
actors, actresses, entertainer* ail t public men, sueb as
1: f -? i irersoll, carns forward to assisi In a way
better than anj pecuniary offer would have been Ibo
? by, nn hom misfortune, bad ,
heed of audi asalstanee. With musie, recitations, ad
.iresse* aa a in other enjoyable way-Hi- evening hours
tan awaj until uiidiiiiibt was rt icned and paasaaL rhe
n ? a ii -? u hmI linu-is ailed Hie
Aa .... . i ? i ii .a ,}? u.i thc leading ilieatri
cal j . ? I the city, t hst of suck ii.tti.es would
rival one ol oers, ind each aloin, would take
up far loo ? ,ii- ..iv.-.) I., ie. From evorj
petal ol v e a tue beueill w is a sn?, ass.
s?
MI*-]i AL AND DRAMATIC NOTES.
V.-rdl's "Ket|ulera" ??. performed last thursday
avoutug by the Newark Uarmonic Society a
ir lenore--a. Ihe au.) jeir', wein in
lue u aid. ,' Mi*. Ait He NVIutiii, ry. Mia. Mary J. Ilium,
Ir'r.u.k Ba ii il ,1 and < arl E. built, a:.d Hie or liesira was
a portion of tba band thal ba* heeu boai d all ile- nea.na
ipolitau Opera llou?o. Mis. Huon i. mao
i. -las laving given e.-p -ei ii plenaure by the mauner
l nn . tiie .mi,, nu music of tlie meztto
?opranu j>-. t. rhe oboru* tang with great vigor.
. At the ft ,. "Judie ne.teri" at the Casino but
Dight. Mme. Jodie -.i'i.' a ? amis,eu it-- Ut Herve, ll,e
.bbb " ,1 iel from ** I... Ma., otic," with M. Mi nari.
Mi Locke baa detormlnad to ran variety to tho rope
lions ut .em ol me i,mst Bueeeeefnl prodnetlona of the
Ainerii ,i , ' ',' il a season alni, al Hie eaino lune, to Rive
Beope lo sarnie of the stadia*: aitiata t-t appear In other
i .les than those for which they were casi nt tt,? begin
alni ... i idea, Miss Kinma
Juch wi.i appear a* xii ? lng lu "ThsPiylog
. iud at tbi rn-xt pei lormanea of " Lohen
i - will be il ? Mi,* jinn
will also soon be hoard in tbi lila tole ot ** Alda."
Ma4 ei -n || i . Macfarlane no > i- heard at Chlokeriag
il.. .ii au ora i:. rt -Ital.
I i.e pi ogrammea of the tw., Popular Concerti tins week
I*,, sn ;,;. novelties, a blt ol programme music by
Horotl mialla - a' lerman ic tian
(ea j-.,-.-:, a lull net n.i n. (i. Pratt, an American, ami a
i inn. 'lin- program mea area, fa twa
1ii-ti.li evening) ."snit.-, Brunmr, bach; V'ariatlonaop,
? hubert, tlanai iib-tl for oiehoatraby Gonvy; "l.n
lanieaiix," la.:* n]i. William Ludwig); Hungarian
i - o i> So h. Liszt; Coori Minuet, Pratt; "A
? of the SteppaaV Boro<llu; Tar.mn Ile, Oma
i- "Thou'rl paining lie.--, ,? raulllvaii Mr, Ludwig .
ire 'Le Caruaval Kouiatu." thursday uf ti
?? v i: I- - /un Meer," Llsxt; Overture. "Melu*
eit,." Mendelssohn; beueneo, "Drainatle" Symphony,
Jiu :i-.a... loterlude ... u Invocation, "ai
i - mi Walu. 1 olkn ii d . " A bk. :? h of
alu, latani-.,,, l.t ansi.elli, , '1 n.-liie
it:. V'ariail ma, isehalkoweky.
The ? e ii i of Ibe Porach*Madl concerti win 'ate place
In - e. li nn .ty ila., u ii \l e, lle--d.iV alli ll i.uuii. It 1' t" lu
fe - iiuti Mr. Colby wlllhlsaaolf }-iity tbaaecompaul
Tbe mi ...lrarca of *? Tba World" may he waa, lins
waa al t:.- Pt -i-.e'* Theatre.
Mis. i. ,it,, milieu to the Grand < >n"ra House on March
1 In " Mlle. Nlt'i.irllf. "
- i na 'i. " Nun no -,!i rod at 1
Tlie.Ure au Mart li '-"'
Miaa Kata Ht i will apr ear al Cbickering Rall on
Mar, i. . .min: ber lea-turea on Mon
.
Hort Mltterworzer, n nv triviug faraweb performanen*
at tu* Thalia fheatra, takaa a complimentary heuetll
j.eat Ti.ii. -... . ..ii-i ei -si-s ia , , aaa-nl nexl Sal
Ul tl.i.'.'.
; lit. 1' ? ? s ol ll.l lem 111 in ^'-e " I in. Kalali " BctOd
bj tit* Mudison .-I'.ai'ii i'..iii;-..ii.. ti,is I.,-, k. nt the
Taeittrs '? n pie. Mr. \--ii i.ui,s-?e eames lhere next
Id'-, day, as lb. H itteew Bt lott.
-? ita uii i iain is Wiiion hara been ra
? -. -a | i, Ai,ns,,,;, and Mario Ja:,?en Slid
Stark e.nan naen seen red foi next *e.t-ou.
/ OPESUOR CROMWELL'S LECTVRR.
Illustrated by views of ilie Lintons buildings
ami i uni" ol I,.- la.mai ( u>, la ,l,-.?r UoorgO IL ( nun
Wt sdi ' ino am tiraek and ttousaa art at tba flrand
Opera Hu sa laat at ... -.; t? witk fri sol
taaailesiaii us of deluhl by a lurga audience After
? . .-;. Peter's, me Vaiisun, tho Cuiiaoum t
1,-| tun aud t>tlt?r latu-iu. <-ditii-,-? ?r au- la nt ni,a mod. ! a
Luu.e, I.,.->-tbii (.lin Kiiuivs ot stataary aajaally oele
braled to be found ineie. the keiara Linit-d wnh the
Story u: l^ae. ii t?llisr mul is,nra) alu of tho event* of
L> r taieer.
-?-.
TM PRiMOS AFTER l.O.SH Ll i,A I. liKI.AYs.
Ilela-etivea Ketiinn ami IJeilly arrehta-d
Bharu-s J. Noelkeaaid Jaaion Hark* yasUrday, and thsy i
were looked np at Po lee Headquarter* Thoaantoa wcr,.
;.''i'?!i',| nh ?-.! I-mr Veil . il.ai l'V tile theil Inspector
M ar j ,, . lol s,-lillis-1 itterj tick i ??', were
? >nraent
Tho caa > ava* ipix ed au I the decision rove sod, nu
, a, ..: ? I* lulen au I the casa was earried al last
in ibe t origin il
rho rn trill non ..ave i > mette
out their s. il a In e.
"UNCLE DAM VS STORYS
\ BIIREWD [1EVH i: IN \ ITRIDiri [Ntl IT>
Alli HOTtSHIl' TO OKXERAL LOO \N.
**> m nu ai on in i nam ?i osw an or i i
Vt .-'i.N, i in, Mar li 21. The fact that The
?r thi. morning )? imnt ol
i . . (jailed "1 Cl I '.".'- -: 'iv," tlie
authoi , ul Logan, I*
ii re -i'i !,' a* a shrewd place of
advert - I on tba part of tho pub*
s iii "n b' ly l. ra knows, of i
tbat (li his nol the r i ti n of ihe t> i"k. lie
tald so moro than once. He ry a liam m.
i; iu,- authorship ol tbe
replle i: "I hav ? never wv .
novel nor do I i:it md to. I baa i- n o ?? i : in t nough a rn x
on I,.iud ,n a iiuit wril hg t ? i "i my Um.
not taken up b) public bni nen i devote to tbe i
ilnAl revision of m., history. 1 ara now rea
the hist pr >of, l be hook be rea Ij
au I na the mark i In abonl four wee Va 'li. n'* what
my i il au] i ita. Rai as bi t ie no. i . i
. Hm: I have read lt, and read it with i eoo.1
deal of Interest, Whoever wrutu lt knew what he wat
wrltiu.r about. There ara ny faa*ta rom.led
with the hUtory ol lim war cont lued in 1 * book which
t-'ui'ul nol bave been ki ni , to .'.-i o itsidei
' ia th tt ace mnl n - ant li r*hlp, pei hap
ascribed to me. I .li 1 i
unthill,- tn do With IL"
?- i'i... orj " wnB originally prl ' l -f i
aerial In ? ? ? i- ihlis'ied
? - .Tua
numb i appi arni in July ; the 1 ' o i ?? - >.
lia:::. I a rn no Bl leiitiou ni ' il i
lu bo . form, nn hen ti, ? , ? ni ol
:i Western new* taper <?, , i attn non lo i
I and BU ?.-?-'??! thal .I .. I ? ? iii i ;.
' th -r. I hf i u i lu i I ie |- itali hoi ol the nov 1 I* tl. i
, i- .? io of (-'-ti rai l.-e ia's I
' !,.i,t oolor lo Um ? i it. Hiero waa no
ti ?.. ? a,'. a on i ie pal i "f Ilia
i iitaiv ur ?:h tu tbe trula of Ihe asserllou.
ii helped the i.I tbe b-?ok.
lin- real anth. rial
i Of the p ipi :-.
?j-j,,. a, , ... ? 11, ? i costly
for the N I n ari expeu of a ( -n
ni il 'au iral ? .ll * ."" '. h it i.'
? taken a lone dis: inc ? acooui|.. i - the
' eX| ea t
. di,, i, nu . .- eui to v,.- ie t-ii? ti-i' of
th il run-, il iviia a-, ar .- ;. i M. i'a ? exp ,, ? ? ol - ni itor
Paellic
t u.i-i. il I* ostuuate I wi ihni et com
III le
III til ll fl!
- , i-i l. I., . , ' ll.Vll - li
? . , ,
lill, t ? .ii ''a.-li ra--- Til ?
fill ir . l - -
a- stilted ni the ?
; K,-;ir,' -uta! u es. I arnml, Its md Hal , and one
,. . . r, makins n eosl ol *-i.,.'"... fm
printi ur eulogies o'llaide ni Un t'owirenstonal Reruril'.
? a Wee President
Mell lil- kn. ni 'i ii'h lt 1,ia Ml . lave li en -'rd.ie I,
il -i l.nii... The ai"---mr then si uni -j - lo l? -
' I,rn: I ni va. ?. sj.'.''?' I: printui >0(i; a- lin
gins iii i .,..!....., Omi. In
ll l.lltll.ll th- aa I dais
.' 1 I,.ss Ol -' ? -'. M
.,,.!- -:-,.,-1.i o day to pay tbr expeni ??-*. tl
ii a : !?? 1 Inset lier the need ol reform lu tins
,i rod lou become.* seif-oa I lent.
The Llnrnry Committee --: ('onere** bas paid aXortn
idy, i -a, urai Hy lia ia ?. *}].-"" foi
a ni, ;. presort Kl ami striking portrait ,?' Oi irgeWash
iii.-i-.ii. i.. - . ?-. Wini tho portrait are auto
ett.-rs from rnoiua* Huily, I e t Hat; Kdward
I'eiiii-n -t.ta. the president, and William Til
rater "f th*. I'm,ad- Iplila tra lani] ol Pl
lt wa* port'.' ul I Iwurl reniiiintlou. In I ?.'?JU, by
ll mlol IVelfar. I 9u rn, N C. ll owes it- si it.- nf
_? ..-d preservation to the lae! thal it wa* earefu j
i fi len > ian , it.'* amir in I "dj . ..-, i
? wa a u?t unpacked mil ll nn.i, sent to this etty by lira
li. erl n. Jen,,::... ol Salem, ,v. C., t" be a rid.
Genera! W. ll P. Leo, a son ol Roi teri B. I.e->, wa* In
town tke otber day and took a look at Ihe panorama?
here it iii . i yclorama "?of the second battle ol
Hull Kai. in which his lather and staff occupj a,
fore -iaau l. I a .- struck wltb tba
1 res,ai,al,-,.t (he picture on the cnivim tu ti,.* man
before me, It was remarked, toj ny ever] Mi.ly present.
>-eiiei.ii W. II. F. Lee, Isa mau nf about fifty years of
age, it far iur r in oomfottahle ? - . ??-. anpretan
i , ir au, tu.' ti.'i-i' wbu know
liiiu. Ila is generally i iliad ** Knny " bee, j
coming down, 1 am to'tt, from nursery days. Thora ls
soma tali ol bia sneceading John B. Harbour in tbe
House, lie la without oxperieuee In polities, but 1s
t.-j resented aa possessing an uncommon practical grasp
11 r.s.
?
THE WORE OF INDIAN EDUCATION.
HR, III KIU.il WKI-ll's RKAHONfl I ol: M VI \ I Al NI sa;
I III. CASI I.KN st ll.u,l.-.
Tn the F 'I ? t ', r o I' The ir, t, ,, ,, e.
Sn;: I Niiite to you rpjrardiiig a matter of
critical Importance ii. relation lo the work uf Indian
education. I ha ve Just received a letter dated Washing.
tun, M iron i.'-. tram a prominent member ft tbe ll" um
of Representatives?a gentleman In whom tbaveaatlre
,-uuii,i,-i,ee. In this let tel he says: "I understand that
an efl -rt is t > be made t-. striKe oui the appropriation for
Hampton, Carlisle anil Lincoln (the three most |,r,nui
neut Indian school* In Hie Basti. I nope ll Will not
tarry, but I understand tbat Loth Mi. Holman 'ul Mr.
Cannon are co omitted to it i
I draw your attention to tbe fact tbat Mr. Cannon In
bu re, eat speech in the ri ouse, aa reported In //-< I ? "
i/ ,*.-,-,,,,// Record, rirtual .. declared thal the Eaatern
a boola were an absolute failure, ii" taya: ?? lt I*
ern,- ? v; um-t ,-rue! to ulva three ur fi-ur yeats' education
mid training :lt Cn hale, ur elsewhere e.i.t uf the M -a la
sippl,and then permit thai io ,-u baoktotboli trn.es.
Their deirradatlon ls worse than that of those ".who have
ne'er w-- u away, booause they go bask into aava
when they reach the tribe, taking; willi them the rlees ol
Hu. Nih i t*i man so far as I he .- in ny it,ive co n I rn cl ed them
anil retain nona ol meit virtues." In my opinion, af tel
four years' stagy of ttio Indian q neat tam, darlag whleb f
lune visited tba Indian enanty] oneaayear, tblsatati
i iu,i-t unfortunate aud Incorrect. I believe that
lt caa be fairly elalmed tbat tba pareentage of ie,.,]-,
iii the tiiiiiil.er nt retina, d [mil.ni pnplla ll Billilli.
To strike down tues.- greal Eaatern schools al tba tm
em moaaenl would, in my lodgment, be aa Irreparable
Injury to tbe whole eante ol Indian eduoation. While I
believe strongly tbat tho main work ol Indian ?ineatlon
must ne earrie,I on it. school* un .,r near thc Reaervatton
I believe that Hampton. Cullala and the Lincoln tastl
turu kara a tii?ti!iei anti Important part i" play, r.i
them, pei haps, more tu in mun oue caitae 1* tine ihe gre*t
improvement in public senttineol on the Indian uua.tlon.
i silicon I) mist ihai in view nf thu Kraal Importance --'
this mattel o tbe welfare ol ihe Indian people, and tha
rapid solution ol tue iniisu question, you will lei plain
triit." be ki own through ihej, oluiuns ol your paper.
I'ujita n Pratt, f'enerul Armstrong mil Mrs. Cox, ol
the laue >in institute, are persons ol ? very high order ol
- ?- ol aaii. and.nutate devotion to Ihe
linn.ni c mst-, w mu,at rxangeratl n, the* have Inter
thousands of ont beal people In tbe greal work in
wiih ii ti,ey have won s,. H..i kan! a sueoeaa lt will b* a
a .,s' serious loss ta rim country ami to the indian.
-lu.uai Cougreaa refusi to supt ort the work which tiny
ara now so ably rarrylngou. I send ron by this mall a
marked copi ufa pampblel entitled " A work for two
racrs." lu winch I think, yan Niall And convincing proof
o'tlie lin.tame of the T--rk which one of the InsUtu
nam. reieric-i te i* carrying.in l thal tue fad* stat-tl
in ih,* pamphlet plainly show thal Ibo raa'ortty of tba
Indian pupils educated tn this Behool have not relapsed
igerj - ce their return ta then- people verj
resp, 'tfnily .--urs. in Ran r Waiata,
- "... Indian Rights Association, Philadelphia, \IuTch
1 ?. ; - -n. _
bj i i,e meloaod pamphlel doacrlptlve of Hampton'! In?
dian stiuleiit. at linnie is dy Helen W, Ludlow. Sba sa. al
Wlil Indians study 1 Caa they learn 1 Hampton sn.
wera with her hundred and forty Indian siauenta, ac
quirina i thea of elementary education!
thc medium of a UuuOA^r itself th' moat difficult of Ibe I
atudles; with her thlrtj Indinn members of the Som ,1
ai i,..,'i. kt e; mg up * th t .en Eiiailau-ipaaklni comrades
In ail Ita clauses ; with har niue lu-.ia., graduate* who
ri nropleti 1 tbe full Nonna! rourae, one of tha
trmplatl.ig t pro.'esslonai ducatloo.
Will indian* wr.it k i i in, ;i,i-> ii brokoa in lo elvl i/.-l
si Hampton answer* with her faints, and work
rooms, and tralnina shops.wbere I diau approm 1
working uuder white uii-ti* and sid* n. * a ali .
1 it e ona trained I . 1 . -. - ar,, ute .,
ness-inakers, - tn-smil *. shoemakers
era, tailors, aeamatra sea, hons* Worser* pt .ttl ml m.
esulls tbat stand thi mosi a, ima and Inexorahle *of
U that of Hie mat k., t. Thousands ,.1 rlsiiors
ti mn every sect I.-f Ibe countrs aud from al road, have
for the last six years seen ihe application ol these lesli
of the achoo] and ludustral training la lu
dian ednratlon at Hampton, They are virtually, per
' 1, t, :,,, lunge) 11, ,.,!?- :i,,ii nmni g ll t. Il C' nt i--.- ?
The educaiioa of I ll in* Bl 1 ttl 1 ? - n< ede 1
t.lucais white nubile sentlm*nllat the I. nt. While
i- ? ,t ti hilling "Ut at the Was te I ii St llools, and
evarj child brought Kast Ia a clear cain lu Indlsai
in.ii,Un- indi i -e in Kast ru public -. itimeul baa dune
m..re than aujtliiiii- ,-i.e lo help the general cause <>l
lilian ?-i ration and civilization. Kvery erhool lat ilia
n' 1 nauenl 01 tn ? loa I a- ftaii tha 111
lt has been pot: "ll la no too much t? sar tbst every
1 Un reservations baa Bhared indirectly the bone
tn or nu Eastern sch.a"
?*??
lilt. OOVERh \li.\l TELBPUOSS SUIT.
AV.v-iiim. ion. Mureil i'l [Special).- Solicitor*
(?em rai (.uude }. Mania] Bold that ihe nil, to hf lilt,, hy
the i,,, Nt-lau.,'ul lu lite snit lu a ni ul ll,, Bell Telephone
|| : ... aet-n Oomplelad and il et,I-) seal I,, Ji.d-e
riairinaii at Columbia who probably will fi.e it on Mun*
?lay. Mr. in,mi* na panta thai tbacaaaaal foi Uta Bell
Company will rana ile a ,, .1 i,,n llint in nrilei PTopotly
tu seem* jurisdiction the proceeding by thc duyei inn- ia
should lie iimlilut. tl in Maouiunlii it BOOBMI to IW
uaforluusla, lo say me least, so far as the cu. of juslue
b med.thattheOove ildresorttoa
mi", a dispute over tho question of Jnrlsdlc
lion at the outset, rhe Pan Kleeirie pe-.pla have been
yreall) - on - I this mutter. I
- I-' ? tn I lea il: nt ll Judge ll. - !? i'* rn ntl ' ?
-: itet I..-t ne Co -a District of
?
lia] ler s reg ir.lo.l ibo Itali Com*
. a iu lil uji m whu n they eau rely.
?
ines "/?/?/' roy.
'I li .-; lim ' nc ie ly for Klhical Cul
rowdott i it ll a m. t ?
"Tlie
i ?? i m."
?? I thlca," be * il i. ?? d' al wlih Vf alta ra of n
they give theanpreme law for Nation* aa for i
na!*, li: itoi. irulsh a viola*
Hon of iii" l nt- than la .. I In Ireland.
M'ton Isa m liter of grolt important). I tina
le ti!*, ft ls a of virtue sallying foi iii to do
haine ag ila ii ,.i ire tha facte of
tho Irish - ? i * a il all
i;.ir.li-a nen probably iy th il IU-. Irish ii
kepi In Iguc i Ito maia Catt] illa (Ihur ? i. In
fact, whatever the] hive of gool qualities are said to
have been given them liv th* Kn lusts, and they hi-,ml,I
lie grateful for them, rills t pure nouaense ; htsinrj
ju ,i es a ia pura ii iii- ii -o. 1. url iu l's iii si appcara u *
in Ire au i in ,s ia s.,,'1 -., ibe ,- - . .- i, -e
? ,. is ie- a i , ? nc i anil .,?'. Ntl mil In
Hielloii i In.h. Ki rrn il honor io i ie I sh
I over re.??!
Knai lim : ii'.lalf ol Um |i ipul il lou ?-: I -
! I'll Sr ,---.'i ,t i\ ? -
cnn limy are In i - i i 'rna n. "i I
, . . ? ?
i.,..- . r ??, . i Salisbury was
?it-. ".- i, a rou evei
farmed thal
murdin,, i. , a, | . ? . I ami
I b.il
i.. land, I ?
- , -. i , mea I I nevi
, iii li ri I, n .1 , ?
nntruiy, I
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.
.ri van -e* hi . , . a - . i i a ? I of iii-'
i 7 V l.
- at
l: i I
lit o ...' A. Si ?
:
: ? :
.
nee --ii
\ :.v -ir, -ts. His ? ? L'n ter iii
il ed in - . iu. ai, ,r n ul aol !"? -a
in il ile. . . ll WU (al, itiid
i d irge.l ro I hi* tbe J
? > al NIH.
.
d ernie a vol lo tut th cu 111 ? ?
granted the request thal a prival
timi he hel-l. I'he re all wa that 'It*. I* torr* left the
t om i aa.th His rs was Infoi ii
ina.ti "t ins
pl ice for such
- ? Im ext ha ii.u-i apiK'ar
'
. Ill I IO futlll -. BUHTS rm:
e. Hu did bot wish I"
- ? nv, inn would nol den.
lohliu roi a - onaldci i
Uon, - h.e.- bc. u respondei is lu a
di.,-rt.1 i.i -ir bj il f.-!iiier wi!-- i-f
storr*'*, who t i thal h.- waa anduly
?ll his |.ni wife, and WbO (Ol ..
divorce. I'ie --.,-,? ,* || . ? , n i a a t r-rc.i n t is t j kel f t.,
tat-,-- i.siun iii Ihe Superior Coen*.
?i . ' ? .dian of ilia lal ge * iu su
, ? on the death of bia
lath- i.i I. Mon*., ..ad tin- mothar wishes i ' gel
ping ai, 1 tu ike it so e heir,
er a* i iii.-,. This i ne mother of tbe child
. ? Ive* ex lien dvely, snd, a - - Bled by
her I, nie-l not Io
i satisfactory aetilemeul for
Ile n\.i: si,. f,,r m. clni'l in the Mupreme
( .. m.
?
TO UARRT A WOM.i.\ OLDER TU AX HIMSELF.
Much ililli .-nat "i nn i. expressed \ estel .1 ny
among the inembera of Bu Luke's Kpiscopal ( hnrch, In
i d, over til-- i- ih Icatlon <-f tl item, ats tending t-i
.ii.-nt Hui: there wa* -l s-.t:i-f,, -tioii over the prospeel in .
marriage ol ihe Rev. Theo iur, B, I osier, one ol the a
.istattt tn :,ist,,['s of the parish, will baa eharge of Ht,
Luke's ('halie'. In Paolflc-st, When tha chapel
din ls)lt Mr. Foster took cbarire of il He made
his hon s, wbo lives next door to where
iii" ch ip .. ?? . irne I, stood, For tbe
past few in inia* Mr. Footer has lived ---rs. a
Sf. I,*J'Ji) I'arllie *t. He is nboui twenty*aeven years
old and vii.- H ii .a Wa es, -. mm hs la soon to marry, is
i".' fifteen years older than be. mis fact ol their en*
-ni h ia i" "ii much . ommented U|ion on icrounl of
ths dlsparlt) ot theil a rea Hie Rea ii. ll. Van Ile Water,
rector ol the church, said reata laa thal the prospective
luarrhige had createtl much feeling lu the
-?.;.!?- i illy among tbos ? nn i,u attends i the ch ipel, lt the
casa were hi* own, Mr. Van Ile Walersald, hethoughl
he would wli Iraw from the parish. Mr. Ko-Ucr con?
ducted services yeatarda) lu a hall al I leif.-ru .-ive. uni
ti sL, nn heit.- iii-- congregation ur tba chapel noir
lln-Cts.
TRAVEL OX lill. XEWARA ROAD STOPPED.
Travel mi- atopiied last night mi tin New.
atrk and Sew-York branch ur tho New-Jersey Central
Railroad, because at 0:30 o'clock a heavily laaten
-I- a,,,-,ei lie trna wedged In tbe Iimnv of the Ila. kansaek
lav.-! bridge, A i .iain, tonud from this city woreaent
by way of Klizabetn,
? -
i)l.l> WORLD GOSSIP
ABOUT VT UH.''. IT.nl'l.h .WU EVENTS.
/ Va reh lo
l'.is\i vu. k'- Dim rou ash Du r.?Prince I'.i
i. agaiu indisposed, it ls si|.|. and i- i - - ? 111 - n la
feared. Thal meaua v. ,..h [or Profeasor Hcbwennlger,
Ihe I'rineo'a doctor. ?-' hwennlgec.?ihe I loose ?-: .
Munich waa lo hi ii a tal Url chi m wa* lo n ii Kng -li
rising medico, and Bismarck** eldesi s,,n ??, bl* dlscov
e., ,-r. This KeutiiniBu having had s,,u,, sixty or seventy
? ivelgbl taken "It Illili, an I having linen l-r.uii.-hi
out ol the very back-teeth of death by following lir.
Hehwennlger's advtee. suggested tbal in* lather should
nit., become a patient, nu- Chancellor wa* willina-,
? Could nol Hf tn -Milli.- li, and tin- doClOt COIlId
...? a . m.. I... ,., ...I /-? Dmr.. twlfl,..,!, .. ,./
practice there without ? quid
prit quo. Thc quid several hundred qnlat?waa found
nj bia appolutmaut to a protosaorshlp lu Harlin, which
!.-? ii,-n im :n, in a,hu an tu at! anormona private
practice. Ile -ce. Bismarck dally, bad brought bim into
|. rfoci health, aad bad a tamed the tiger that be
former periodical .ap uviuui in mo nmtvuomia
ti re i y eeaaed, an i there na-i been no ch an ko lu the Oov
., ?v ]i?r!iiip? a little ?al*tl, no
sweets, no savories, and do nol inn h one drop ol liquid
inili. ii ill an lu.ur, la sumo cases au I--.ur. arter yaur
meal wended i
QUEEN ViCTOBIA AM) I.an-.Tim.- ir |g re?
ported that, af ter a quartaw ol a century's abetlnence
from theatrical antertelntnenia, the tjueen ls going io
command a draaaatie norforasaace ..t Windsor Castle,
and tbat Mrs. Laagtry*s company baa been Betoota*! t,,
attend. Tte st itement, so ut aa the latter ii-.rtinn of lt
la eoneernad. Booma almost Ineredlblei nut if it ne true,
ll is earnestly I., he liu-isd that Her Majesty will not
gauge tbe. ipah lt lea of lha blstrlonlr art, oi of the
dramatic authorship of the iire.ent day, by wtiat ls then
presented to her. " Enemies " la i fair adaptation ot a
i lt-ii.-ii novel; ami lu it Nra. Langtry ha* Mrtalnly
proved thal at laat, and more quickly than c.mid have
hern ax pee tod, sba has emerged from the dress duli
amalonr Into thc serious netreaa Bha baa made
it \ ..at eli nie in her adopted profession, and, when
engaged In tbe business of the leane, ste really act.
mare tuan passahl] well li la only when In thad
poa ii"ii "f being . a u lae. and rel ii ivlng Bathing tu do,
C. ring ' i noe* .-r I ne am . eur. lim
that Mrs, langtry should ha ehoaen a* a apecimen of
our modern actreaaea is simply I'u.icrou.. No douut ths
./nen i? au nous to see one ot w>i.iin abe baa heard s,(
much; a noaa beauty bas iiean celebrated in tw., ueuii
spheres; who waa ina teterrima eauta ol Lord Lona*
-i ila's gani em in y exhihitio i In tha p ih le park last
yen-; and whose u .me, though In a - ntei em way, i. al?
most aa wldel; Uta,wu as llt-i .Maj-..tv's. To put any
other Interpretation on the matter would ba diaparag
nu.-in ihe Uuaen'a Intellect, and an atTronl ta those
actreaaea wno are accepted na leaders ol their protea*
lion, and who have devoted their ll voa to tho alabora
Hail Of Un ll at 1 _
From Mr. 1*1 r ...v. Truth, Mareil il.
To Coach un. Im ki.. ? 1; appears that Sir
Henry Keppel baa cuue to the Mediterranean lo art ?.
"ad vis. i i. c., dry-nuraej tai iii- Unka of Edinburgh,
nvIui, i! i. st lie 1 in a sorvlca 'la t goo I ac un.tu,
hot lacks the experience, which i* eaoaoUal" for me
11,11111. Hld nf lin- M, 11 ta? CT S -? i ' - , ' l i 1 all. If lae lilli,.'
dues nol |.n--e.a tm, iier.-ii.ar.N qualifloatioasa i<>r tba
poai ne baa ubtaluod, ?ii il .. mons ir ms and Beandaloii*
i .I, ;i was to appoint a ni ovei t ie heada of savai il thor.
.,"?:*".i otu era?man, too, who had r tally
il ese i vr.i belier treat un-nt from the . nun try '.
... I ItV III'- NN is.! le ie
(/neel. left. I here was a greal delay la getting up lbs
? -. details ara
? ma managed ai ute Fal . ? than a an] ot bei bonan in
Loudon, lt would reali) be .tn ... t ->r r-ai ebal i y if I, ird
>ai iy Di >*.
lng*room* whore worn a. lula, iu binnie**y?
.
IWfUl 11 Ult 1" N.a.i mil luosl of
? , ? . . n. | sxhau.led,
I he i; ii-, i. came io ten miuaiea after inn*, snd
- Ii in i..i.-f-, ia ie . af an le,ur, iifit-r receiving the
Illillinna tlc ' ,,i|-- lwi.lustered in tcr.-at force), and tha
i.t.r \-i, ,.,:?. I'i.s Beatrice-(wbo luolaed remarka
. I, bUl l ataei - l "--i was .ll. s*. U III in it--li lie't.-r
a uexi : tu- uni en . nu?
ll' i M ijesij :*:i tb* Throi ? room ile bm bes* of I. an?
ni rlatel s.,i a .,i.d velvet, wita iiiagiiittceul
pas* I ni front u I ices Bea tri. ?-. ana re?
ceived the rest of t i* i o. ii i -a ii j. rna Ii i, ie--i wore half
i dozen order*. Prince Henry of llaiteaberg Bl od
i, id i,t-i ne-, -nay, i in h* Volunteer aol form md
Wearing the rlblioa and star ol ti.e ..arter. vii. i, au
uone, wini wee tbe uniform of a i rivy Con ail or, a ?
r ii -,, H.-1 me a co i wltb Mir Hoi rj
har. He looked very Wall aud in e.t|iit?l spirit*,
ind i.i.rd I;.--, lien teems I roi a.,. wi a dailgat
from /.leo l.t '.
I."i:ii I.ii.s* i-> l.i.s;,,s. I...i.i Lyona av:||
, >, al. li bia pool a- \ u. .i*a..n al I
i, from the di piont aUc service. I ,.r ie tr.) twenty
ie,tl ? he bas 1,1.11 lead ,if. ' lie I iiihas.v at Karta, and
luting tnat nine has donrmueh f*'a lu nv, koa m ' ii
n maintain ir-i, l.t r--. it i..a- h. i*o--i, lue itt,. ,u,ill?
irie... After nt .u ij half a century of p.uuie aarvloe ba
il' 'IF. I ', /' MRS STORRS.
i I a co wi i"ii
tm a. hy
chi; i r om las
ls certainly entitled to his <KfH . ' | lc, althongk
? ? rlees will ba much regretted, fm- we
baa e nol , n mir
i ni - . illy In tbs.-I
- atti ,i nilly t i retain li tad! ->.' crabaasl. t In
one non .r Ai irs -it Ihe exp atl >a ??
-
? i .
proof of htiaa
ll
looa .iii e.
i yeal ls ,.--,-.,, .nnd u.
THE NAVAL DRILL ir K Y WEST.
lui!! I i ? > INI? to y.i*o F.\ I
I'll SOU : il A I I NM lt ' ie N
Ret Wi -t, Fla..! i.-'J il ilri'l
ring of *.he
eompaules at thc rtile butts on shore wltb tbe (Iotclil -
i Ile, i i" i" : _ nnerj o N ? r waa buay on thc da] be*
fa:., wi , a , orpa la, e i .1 ita
shore, and the *w..tara sent her first oorapsny for prac
liee. IV : -lin:: tbs I ifrom tba X rth, the
Reel will remain at k- a.,; and the i.will to
In , terelsea tl nt and ashore. Bo ??
get practice with .uni .-nins uni n.i a ia pins, and
i,,,s,a,li i irpedoexorcise, will form tba prominent f at*
urea of the drill prior to the vessel* leaving foi P
- n ii ovolutlont will
be perfoi ma I.
The Bbl db of nv*!- iionv hera ar- tha Tennessee . tl i _
ship), Powhatan, Oaloua, Swatara and i*aul i
in ani I |U iicJ tj pe, n it . oasidcred
rapanle of tllustral lg many luioi tstlug pointe In naval
\ oar I of surrey has made a report that the
. ..lit ii.
ll l lt UH ile in i a: ry l t-l six
dell I* ll-t SJ li lent tn
r engines, i nol likely thal shs will be
? ? |. ir: in th* linet ina n- ivrt-s. lt
i thou nil rill shorti) be mere a
i' i -? a i ;: i in ol ihe ()l*| Itch, Va i i i ind I al, i
' ,.-i a ih" ll -n- nv,
i "r li ' io le i-1 i- at ca .
n- i ?* . nu', ll is an ' ? I will
\ ,, ? tic. rs and rn ivel t emplu ?
next s-x w.-e!<., . is . .\.t ,., .team
i . ? - orpe-to exert
' ill,-a. i
. t III- V- -s ?, , Ia, ,-., at. I III el.I ,l .
' ? i . naval
?
I lie
?
1 nfl
i ?: sui
i :-'.:,. "
, i . a , I
.1 . B rilli on s|,,,i rt
? '???al lu ll" i and a."-.- - ,,,
K ? v. st are
. 'a un '-r meir
I'' ii nico i neigh , -m in ho h ive mg a fl (bl to
. ',-, '! |1 111 >t.
less He \ iv a all .-" ia r.\ ? .:? r. iud tie
nf i ae ii aliroaJ men will he tu ide
li ippy
? ? a- ., "ni the n t " '?
el a',. 1 V. e t lu tv r un ?
tl. arel
Idea doe* not meal with tha unqnall
i. ti." I.a . ai ,,|
tie- drill, uiui il I* fii i i ,".ii i i
loll ta . ? lil - some quieter and los* frequent
spill t IN ', lld ll foi Pla leis |, hm alu ?
I .a '.a- ,? i ?. pi... i ai tbe \l
ere to ' ? ;in a I > Pen ? i .
a! 'he -? t: : -? |' '--? - li "i >llt, lor 'he l.-at ls ll
.,.,!..1 ;.. mouth ui April will be a trying one lor
ni.
? ?
EDISON AS Ht li I//'/-' BY 81LVEY.
Till", ri: I mi pl a- id" I ? ia ,i: Niall s.'. ll:- .M A \| o VI st,
rilAIN i'l-t 'IN I lill' UV AM.lilli: MAN".
CINCINNATI, M.Hell Ul [Speciaf). lt seelllS
tl ..? i d ...n's latest Invention of telegraphing to
mid fium a .van.' train waa anticipated by a Cinelu
natl telegrapher and electrician, who secured a patent
f.,r th- sam" il.iii,- en .Inly 12, 1-sii. The
description ol ratua In the patent is Identical
with the Edison apparatus, .va i en,- i teeptli
-. a-. * ii telephone receiver un'! the prior In
what ls called a reso ita:. i at is the only
difference between them. Tho Inventor ls W. L 3 I
of No. lui'j Cilntou*st* ai t;-,'- tau" tha patent waa
IssuedSilveylived al Caa! - on, Ind. At present hois
perfecting a new electric light machine and baa
paid no attention to ins Induotlon telegraph. Me
expresses himself as highly pleased with l-Mlson's sue
cess nnd shows no j a i-v whatever. Ho said that lu.
had worked oui les inveuilon on a farm tu Indiana.
rlgicing up N.u.-.s ni bis father's orchard ami
iphlng from o a wire to another forty feet
apaii, live feel more than Kill sou lias brldgetl,
silvey thinks tbat bis apparatus is superior to
I i nn's lu that nis produces sounds that nra audible in
a room, while i.ii-.m uses a telephone receiver to hoar
ui*: m. tu. One year after his first paieni h.- patented
an m.p: Hied receiver which still further Increa
availability, i uti is in- possible room to doubt lit*
having beaten eddison by two or more years.
STORM ns hil SEW-BNGLAND COAST.
i ..i.-iui
TIIOY?FLOODS IV
iIlil.A.11 .N, ll
. N \ A I' N .
Boston, March 21 Special .?Stormy weather
baa prevailed here since F ida] evening; a suowstorm
.,r it two lushes w i* followed ny rain which hui not
entirely ceased at - o'clock t', night. Till. was BCCOtup i
nied i-ya fre.ii breeza from tia- southeast amt east-north
east and has stirred np tia- Atlanta-on tue r7*w-I-'ng
la:-1 i-nisi tu a considerable extent The steamer
...ail-is for New-York went out to-day, bnt came back
ind red I i e.t's. The bai .?-' steam j i
fi,,;.. Baltimore, Philadelphia and New*Vork bad not ar
rived at dark to-night and nre probably anchored sn the
leeward -lie of Cape Cod, Captain Young, of the
ste tuitu City "f fllouoester, arrived up from Oloueeater
ih - afternoon and reported it one i-f tin moil disagree?
able passages tin. year.
Tii'i.N. V.. March 21 [Sprclni). The ri vcr baa broken
upai ti.i. p.nut to-day, and another tenons freshet ls
lliii alene,I. Hie nnhI.t is ever tue docks, and *tm?
the rivet fronts are Inundated. The ice
gorge ai breaker's Islmd remain. Brm, and ibo toe can?
not move out. Already great damage lia. resulted.
i'i- ki .hiv. i. Ont., Mareh 21. Hain, during the lasl
two dav* have flooded Ihe !,,.v-l> lug districts, doini
.eb-ra I-..- ''am i.-e. a i n _?-? bridge neai tm- railroad waa
?at i led away i also s number of noat-housi s. a number
if people living In the section of tn* town know n a. tao
"flatt wei* reecuod from their houses in boals.
NOTES FROM ll I EVA Ul).
[non av occasional i -ni ii i-i -.. ni.xi of nu: riiiiu , k. ;
(' a m i;i;ii e. i., Mare li 21. ? Tlie collefrt! irs ill I ho
present time netting Ita Internet aroused on the old sub
eel in what is for lier a rerj novel Nvay. The college
waa originate 1 in ths. iuiasltiiiiiry ?p:nt and with lbs
inject of tending naen out fruin its .vail, to preach the
ll vi ne trust to ihe Nv,,rid ; it is j u.i im nv being mada the
zround fat missionary work by religious iverkers from
that outside world avtilcU It wa. Intended eh* should
leach 1 be i lirlstiau liielhreli --oe le ty, a BOCtoty of
ihout eieiitv naatorgradnate membera witti a. h. i.ioyd,
-"I, as lr. i resident, sad T, C. Craig, '87, a. lt* secretary,
have tills year hu up,ni a near uielhol of arousing a
pei,tims reliclous eiiilui.litsai in the laiivers.ty. They
nive obtained Hie aid of J.K. Btndd, Of Oxford Unl*
icrsiij, in getting np a series of genuine " revlvala " at
Harvard, willi the Object of making the stn,lunts at least
?uri,m. to a?e in hat a " revival " meeting i. like amt or
ittraotlng them to go ami seo fur tbemael voa Jual what
tis lilllie bolte, that Ibo sight of genuine religious
uurnestneaa in men whom they know maj .-ame tbs In
lill, rent to be.ii-vi) there i. really something iii the
noveaaenl worth their intorest. Hil* Interest ob *
iroateditl* boned tn devi.up it toto a real reUgloaa
tnthuaiaam mat tball bu vital and lasting.
Mi. simid la one of two brother! who have been wou
1VCI ny Mr. Moody, and they have had great tneceat In
Housing tba) students at Oxford ani Cambridge upon
Bbgtoua t|ii?iBiioiis. Mi. Studi apoko bofora the sm
lento leal rianday lu appleton Chapel, and baa held
maller meetlnga every evening of tins weak in old
liddell ( Lapel. I le ia liavini.'a great succt-sa In his work t
wfaraaeanbe Judged at present. Hit audiences are 11
teuarous lu number aud taaiotts rn their work, and be I J
i "a i.pashm.' t ie end for which be i
s here, rhe two religions soelotto*, the Christian t
Irethren and tho 8t (haul's rtocteiy, give han valuable t
a , ai a.i inn,-s bu b wubin and without thu lecture I d
, i . and tin- wurt doi s ha. an Important place tn the '?
us ii-.ian. ei the st mien ta . o
rim < oufereuce Commute* of students and moat hers !i
if the Faculty a eta to ne intending a new departure lu fi
lui--lie ti,ml* o' work, ill h,-rto they have devoted all *'
h*ir lime to (INC i?.:,ui- merely of the relation tho alu- n
I,- t and tbe Faculty ahomd hold one to another, and to n
csolutlousof advice to tbe Faculty upon the details of ti
? ct. But It la now proponed to osaka ibe coan*
i.in, e a i min te iii i: ment over delinquent student . In
.articular tl ls proposed [hat the t onioiilfee '.nv upai,
i-i-if tin- trial o' at . lens accused of ci Ibblng al an e\
a. lin. proposition is meeting with decided st
iijn mm from thestudents ind lbs ttudeut perlodn t
eran.| tbe dango of giving poaltlva powai to a body oj
icomposed, .md of giving i purely deliberative body n
,t great an activ* mthorliy.
A**i*,t <ut-i'r?fe*eoi Adolphe ioho, of tba French de
. ,,n President Juli * titi rj. of
ii- i in en ttepubllc, ia ti.* i st number <-f tho new Uar
a -i nnthly.
I ' s as wll Bathe 'Varsity have cea-ed
. I .'...isla Ihe g> uni. islil ii and ale BOW e.p.ni the
rater ever] aflern. n ia in anutual ?
... ,, ,1 foi tue,;. WS tO gel iii Tal* lilt' ll |"U. Ihe I Lal . -.
a lacrosse anti the ba-'n.t.. learnt tito make usa ol
ie line wc a,no to practise every da* upon Holmes
iii J.u ?is Heida,
ia
BVIX i \ /' 11.mar m a BaXE PR SSI Di . -
(uii. at.ti, Mitt ali lil.? A Uiapatch to The
irani On aha naya thal Charlot P. Mathewson,
resident of th* Norfolk, Nebraska, N Ulou i
aa fled, owing io Unanolal difficulties A
?tier na* been ni-i,.1 ii lita wife Informing
i was rained, did not dare to faoB tbe trouble
ml would ii "i return. Il-- also teni li ? res gnatlon as
mk i'H-ai m. Ult bank i? tenured ag.nu*: lost,
ai in- i.as .. largs an,' mi of unsecured liabilities.
I ls alleged that bis fortune baa bean b,*t ny speen la?
na in wheal In < 11- ca Mr. Mathewson bad
? ned tn,, linns in the Legislature, tia.t boen
i? ... r of u.e in.ase of faieureaeativee,
,....,. c..,:. -a tin- la >l National Rep iblieau ( 'ni?
lli nt.ts regarded a* a prominent candidate
nt i iun t-ruor lui' isa.
ri) h 1.1 tass ni 11 oo ro ah i ri i um.
Jacob li. ti ncr. n i j ?-1 uni ii \ Moulter, it-'- l-ntv
nine, committed suicide yesterda) in ?
in nself tram the roof ol tba bo i-e In a ?;. So.
I . - a min l f"r
?ome lime, and, lt ls said,
i
THE CHESS CU Mi P MATC IBS.
:i "'? rm: pi tTKRfl -in\i>- .- IUI.T.1 i ir - i
As ovot tint"- months have elapsed 'in >?
itel, for tba
?, hampionahlp ot the nv. rid an . ? -
if I.u
wll he < players. Under the I i
ihe match the eba iplonanlo and the stakes will be
id to the pl lyer who first wins ten gamea The
,, ns nf the M in lt' m
li. Now-York. - ? Itt won lt, bnl Z ilrertett
i adlaggamea Stolnlti sud ta*t he
a is it, -I, i I f.ir.ll " and lia 1 . 1 l-l ?? ! fi , ti ? ?-.,?-? -a -?.
mt expressed eonfHenee tbat be would mis:- a better
ibowlug later In tho match. Tala assurance, however,
titi not prevent ti" Betting from undergoing
i obange la favor of Zukertort. Before the
natch began Btedulti had I.o the favorite In
Mew-York, rbe contest waa resumed In i lera
Ueiuliz wou three games and one gawa was drawn, I a
ti nitz'* friends revived, espei lally a*.U 1
hal he ha 1 regains i his "form " and en nye ! p enty of
i rei ot a week or two tbe players re*
...n,-i i a. ?-..?.. rans, where tbe mateo ia to
ic Uni.!.i-l. There elgin gam i bave been played of
ubi. ii Htelnitj I ikertorl "'te, and fo ir
? ?.bave been drawn, and the record now elanda:
teven gamea won ; Zukertort. five gamea woa,
iud tl va games hav.n tra nu. Altogether seven*
', \n bile lu Ni v. ' ,? ,
lort has complainad thal ne la sufforlug trout in?
to ? ula,
riiei tr lia* not been productive of such
, t a ml varied play aa .? ,4 mt ilpated ween tho
natch hogan, li th |>l a vera have more tha.ice made
lisastrous bluurl ? .. . ? id iionelnstaucerUolnitn.wben
? -111 ii_ Hint-, n 1- always udopted tue Kuy
atp / '_? i.t aud/.ukertort, with one exception, ha* il*
1 opened with the ""aleen's gambit which Biol it/
. iy iicein."*. Chis bas caused tha gamea to as
, ? ? vi mote ii -? lei >\ h. a Btelnlta
I. n ate 1 .ian h's favorite opening, he played Ute bent eh
mid M.,. neaten. lu tie- solitary lustanceln
i 'en .' . - rted theijii.'a gambit, bead .pted
Itu) laipoi opening N.iiii equally disastrous
.sui:- feels encouraged t-t depart
ro a ia* favoi ll at) ? ol pl tv. Bul tbe ooutast hu- un
:.-... I ti,.- inn-rest in elua, all over the
tiiiittry. Hie dauhatl n Chest 1 im. In this city baa
1 thirty m "inlier* since the match began, lt is an*
. 11 .teinitz nviu , h., will g.ve Zukertort na
ipportculty togel a 1 revenge In London.
OBIT I I EY.
DR S. U Ol -1 US BETTS,
Pr. N. AnifiistiM Bette died on Saturday nt
a* hom , No Elyn, ile nv i* le.rn
n I-..VJ ni 1 ? a brooklyn, ba -- 1 Im tted to
he har iu l -71. Al er prm list tig i.nv for teveral years
ie decided to outer upon Ilia practice of medicine. Ho
1 ?'. ins 1 a 11,.. ai the 1.mi r Island Medical Collage,
san :,: 1 ?? 1 1 1 - - 1 ll then beg in pr ic I slug
11 Brooklyn. His ilea ta, a a to pneumonia,
?
HENRY AB HI BY.
Henry Ashley, t.>r Borne timo eonnccl -I witta
r/,r \,ir York clipper, waa found dead yeaterda) about
: p m. in a* ro nu ai the Bini la r House. 'I he cause "f
h. arl di-e.'--. H.- fa ul been iii for about
in ear .1 i linallie ;-. attend to blt business, lie ava*
ibuut iifiy yean old and unmarried.
-<?- ?
UICBAF.L Ki 1.1/ IX -I UL Al TROT.
li;.? \. Mareil 21 [Special).?All the men who
ire ie lleved t-i have bad a band In tbe safe-breaking at
h.welry store of h. Mm no years ago, when
lin mon , worth |30,.> were stolen, are eon In the |all
11 re. Michael alurti reached lu-r? In charge of Detective
Hubert Pinkerton tins afternoon at 3 o'clock. Hundreds
tho had watched ali the Incoming tr.nus were di sap*
",r tell fur Kurt/ Mas brought from Albany to West
I i"N- .11 tho hors*-, ar* amt taken ni one-' to the "ll I '
be District-Attorney, where be nn.is detained until !?
t to-night It ls reported tbal th" prisoner nu
, confession lo lay linpiisattng In tbe Itatuond
?1.nu, rv both " univ " Porter, am ste-i in New-York, and
? Joe " Dubuque, arreated at Jersey < tty.
THE WEATHER REPORT.
OOVEBNMENT INDICATIONS POR 32 HOURS,
\V tsiiiNGTON, March 22.?For New-Enfrland,
rartable, followed by weatorl] winda, stationary teni*
teimire, ruin or snow, followed by fair weather.
For tbe Middle Atlantic Mates, westerly winda, local
-alua or snows, followed by warmer, fair Nveather.
rKr.'lsJVE LOCAL OiJ-Uv.V.VTiyVl
t& Tl
OOBa Morning.
Night.
1 j 8 t s ? 7 x Oin l*? 1 2 *i 4 fi ** * f> moil
iM4^-ir?4
ornoo BAR
Inc bet
?IO
:
rae nr.-im iw-ti rna nf im-'.i-. -a. .*,r-.,-i..iia lu lal. .icy Hy tm
if I ,-a-. The wr peruitctils. Hu.??-!..? .iiti.i.im atti .,- helot Mho
rr-c. 'I - HildiilfM Th't.T'aJiiiar .tilla llor r'i'rftu-ul. I -
^-irtr .ttiriuij thntt linur.. The br-,k,-n ir .lotted line repr*..
,, ,?- ..-.cortr .lunn,
ta ?? lei ,< lu t? , 1" tSSOrt, rta iii'imrl trf tha t? tinco .utter at Had.
U'.i-li'latfii.a. y. l,-lii',tl.ty.
Tnim ?E "t in i', Mareh ~- 1 .1. m.?Th* main storm
a ntre moved from Lake Miehlgnn northeaatward to
'.maila yesterday, wltb rain or .now in the Lake region
ind (Uno Willey. A small teoondary deprcaaion forme,1
iver the Hiddle Atlantic Btates, eaualBg ram there and
?, New-Englan I, The barometer hero tell until evening
ind then rose, with 1.21 inches of rain. The tempers
ara ranaed between 37' and 1."?, the aver ice tH'.(7.ci
.cnn* 'j', higher tinin en the corresponding day last
ear andi* ? higher tbau on Saturday,
Slightly warmer, fair weather, precoded bv light rain
11 tho morning, may be expected In this city aud
icmity to-day; fair, Tuesday ana Wednesday.
SEXATOR VAMDEX'S VORACIOCS ALLIOATOR.
11 ['Afar! ? Letter I rs //? tdd.
senator 1 aiuticu, of Weat Virginia, baa jual rammed
nun a brief sol-iarn lu 1-.urida, whither be went
e seek relief from Senatorial overwork, Ho 's chock
nil Of st.mrs aliour theadventurcs be. bail lu the) lund of
-range blossoms. "One day." said ba "I want out
Hinting alone, < if course I'm not tbs man to brag anon:.
u) skill aa a bunter, batt, between you and ms. i'm no
touch with a gun. After killing a few deer, oue ur two
ic.ns, thirty or forty squirrelaand a donan or so wiM
urkeya, I concluded lo return to tbs botoL lt nv.is still
tar.y, Init 1 Nias tired packing round uiy load of game.
??ni* polng ainiig th- bank of a creek, and coming
tcnir-n a friendly lag I thought 1 would sit
Ionvii anti rest. I laid my rifle and gamo down
iy tho log and look a seat. I had a lunch of
?eat chics mi iu my li.iNStaa-k. I had breakfasted at
lavlnrht ami was pretty hungry. Bo I took out the
shlokeu and begum to eat, When I bad flnlebed my re
t..*t l look tho pocket-knife I had been using to cut the
lucken and drove tbe blade Into the log, unending to let
t tami there until I oould get o it my pocket-bandker
hlef ami wipe my hainls. Bnt, great BOOt I You ought
o bave seen thal log ! It was the mont sensitive log I
vcr saw. When I drove my knife into lt, -(nicker than
Igbtulng, li hlimpe. 1 itself nice a bucking milla and gave
ia a Ilaji Wltb ll* Utile ead taut sent nie sprawling ab.nu
li:rry feet an ny. (Slams my huttons. If tbat log nnssii'i
florida alligator twenty-eight feet long, with a tail
ke B no.-. cut saw and te"tb as sharp and long us tusks
t .. "nar.
"When I ...rambled to ray fest anti looked at tbe log -I
lean tbe iiliigator?lhere il wa., standing luaapaut on
- feet, with eyes glaring and its tenth grin-ling oav
sre.y together, [dared not run, far I was tol-l never to
un fruin an alligator, as he Woo ld be sure to |,iirsuo and
rertake me. Bo I stood trausflxe.l to the sji-jt. What
d tho alligator do I Keeping ins gaae fixed steadily
pun me, he deliberately barged to when my pile of
ailie lay ami pitched 10. Kirai lie ats up the bears, then
.ede.-r. Broaching bis euopa like a regulation board*
ig-n.iuse hash eater, be then turned on the squirrels
ul wild turkeys, and NThen be got through there wa.ni
bair or feather to bo aeon. I'll undertake to say thai
o alligator ever before had siu-b a lars bouquet How the
1.maier hehl ail thal feed I don't understand,bul lie dui.
rbsn be got through there wasn't a thing left but my
ile, and ho noeeyed around that for seier.il m-conds as
im intended to e*t lt, ton, but bc didn't. What did ha
a then f Weil, air. thst tlllgatordellberatcly turned ins
ni lo tba hank, and, keeping hi* eye on me, backed to
ie edge. Then, with a anort nada bellow, h. plunged
ii l-l ii- -ni- -st into the water. I fol to my ride In the
'action of a second, rushed to the edge and looked
twn, I was panting for revenge, bul I couldn't see
lythlng except a snoeesslon of waves n.,|ieliuig each
bar toward the ether anora The alligator waa at the
diem of the ?irea'n. 1 stayed there an hour watching
ir him, but bo waa too ahern to come to the .urface. I
it you ho's got tbat knife or atina tucking io i, i .,?
rt, for I drove ll In pretty deep, Ifou iee, ihe alligator
as ...uiid aaleep a lieu I was titting uu bim, bul tucking
8 knife in buu woko him up."
OPEXIXG lilt VAX ALS.
>, ? / .- .^unfiur Journal.
Superintendent .-hanan.a. io reply tuan Inquiry,
,t'fi lha- tie open.ng ,,f the Male cnisl*
I-. .. led entirely on the Weather, i'lu' canals are lu
ibape and all the large plreea ol repair Nv.uk
"? ?.. 1 me s,, f,,r advanced ih ii tue. caa hs tin laked la
iiple time before tho opening, Tho opening will he al
.at one week ear.ier man a jeir .i_u.
- s*. _.
i ll IPPKD IIAMlS.
i ta coigiite's Dermal Boapi
lt ii Null to (rel clear of a bad eoagb or cold
.. : ral NN.rk. mir it ia safer to rid youno!! of it the
?*i toriy-eighl boure?tha proper remedy for tbe .pur
ise being l>r. Jayue'a Expectorant, .-.
1/ iKRIED
?, ni: i \\ nu- i. Biooklva, on March :>. I twit,
liv tin liei t ian ? 11 st, ral ward Flu il t'roshy lo lennie
i.i. Brewer, Usugbtai of Uie hight Hov. la li Ul srer,
ll .....IIILU.
ll. I. .ui rsatnrl.v.
Arthur Hie of Cam brolga M .?v,
.J.aili NN lil,;.-I.,..,
ul Nea V, ik.
-
lui-* iii Brooklyn March no, tattaaj, ai id* aome.o>i*-*l
III,IU'lt I ? --I l-ll ll lulS "? AllCll.Ills llt'lt,. ll. ll
, i.i dai> li na i ths a i(bsnleI t Belts
Flail* ca and fin ni* slso Ihe r'acnliy ol lassa Island Lad
lt--. ai-- un U---I l" alu int les funeral, lu . lu,. iiurcli i-.l, j
al . ii'.'liH k.
ilenusnl A'adneadar BtBabvloa. I>mg Islsiut
i, esses I'mtiiu.ii a?->. si", ^ qi.
"Mini.-ii i in riu .i ,-ipiii.i. <>u "toni ar '.'1st inst..
Ilaldllllflll
ll - nulice ul Hiv Itaiit-ial will be giveu.
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Mizar* ti. > . v>, low ? ?' '?'? i .j a Kelly, -
i: . .. k. X. V.
it ism ire I a vi tea te ?
the ,
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M Niti in-iiii i ie,,--1,.-.;.? ,i. a 1 ,st h. ? - ddene*, ta
alhena-, Ile r. ll 'it in
1 . . . . ? , ,;, ? isis si. Mot , M
. .;,. t, u... or ou I ? ? ? we ?
erk.
PATI i Bing, March 20, l?C, l:?'iett
M I a' i . . ???
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fnu ?: . tl.
tins m.i ,.-afi, raooa, ai a ,,',i.t*.
Hll.jt'.Y Al l.i.t'lia ure H. I , on - r I " ? '.
?111. lKS.i Helen M si wei I. widow o( tao lats J- ?
In the -'*: ti if ll
Flin.-r., vices its rest :.-neo n
ive north of sm tim on i a -u ,y. th ?-???-I e.- I
arru of trula lesa I i . .lopher .1
rm Delaware lackaavauna sad Westo
p. m.
PEARsi S lt Mount Vernon, K. Y., rhnraday, Mareh lt.
David Pe .rs ?,. .ti : in i ~,t i v- ira tis
--.?: vice. i "> 1 Uh ave., Maun' \ er
landa me -i il ti I o
Train !.- net i.neil lt.di.. i< i"ii. ."..a il.t ii lt ul nad. at
Pleaee wall Howats
si,.!,- av, tl s ina, Man ii 17. i - - t-'. i n
acott of .Newark, N i
. lervicataa will he hr I at the First lteform*-1 Cbnrell
Mans. ? *? , .st ..,.r.., u al - I | -
s. i i. A'AKO -At Fast orange. M. J on Prid " I
.... a u ii. nu ward, in ia- ;. Til. rest
of hts ige.
in lat I vt * md n it,\ -.ii d to
ullin i th- mneral from tl resld "i i?r w. K Urey,
; t-i , .rang, wi B m la , -'-?! inst, at I
Tr.un leaves .hrisiopber ami Barclay sta li tavare Leeka
.nv.nina and Western ilallroad tar nr. k Church -tainui, at
lilli , , a.- ,u 13 ,,:t a. m.
Interment al Mee London.
hWOKDH uii Hatorday. Mareil 2', Brevet Mab*Oca rat
. hom is si words i'nli ?l -.isles limy.
Funeral service al Innityl i - i "??-1 iv, j iii
?list . a 11:43 a. tu.
It .s requested BO il taren.
VAM STIX1 N. I..-, r.-4,.|..--a- ? lireonvale l..,ng l-laiitl. on
I l;-t ?? ti. . lt toa, .>.:?> ??! launs, nil
, ii- ii ol her age.
1.. ai, , - and i of the rt i Ited lo attao I t ai
funeral from in tel*' Meeting I lou.tv Maiinecuck. laing
[ela i nu I h.rd il.in. .-..tl Inst , at ll o'clock a, bl
:? walting ni I... u.t Vali.-i p-tattoa oa
arrival of thc tr.iiii leaving Plathush ivi i ? 0 nd Long
Island - nv at .<. o eek.
Succuil .\alicea
A.
t'l.AND l-'LOWF.i: SHOW,
mi.ru ii".i.riAN' crin.a BOlTStX
Wl-DM.s! AY, I liri'.-DAY. I'lili'AV. saTI'IIDAT*
MAIK'il il. Sh, '-''J uni .7 M-.XT,
I *
C, I*. KLUNDER.
AMD UNDER TBI PATBOBAOB Of WELL -KNOW"*
LA DI i's. IN SOCK-. TV.
PIBHV DAV'S t.I'KMN'i AT ?-' P. M. Fir.I/'WIXO
DAYS AT ll A.M. CLOSB-J I..V< ll D WAT UT. M.
AGHANDI OM Kill AKTI.ilNOON AND KV EN INO}
BY TBK MK moro LIT AN ol'EI'.A C0.*B - .H'U KsTllA,
Cnd i the ., ud'-r-'iipof
WALTKit DAMit.i-i.ii. Bee.
ADMISSION. tl.DO.
A limited number ot boxcj fur eal.- at '.'07 r.ioad,v...v.
A.? al 'I .ai ll. Nm mun lui. iiout-t l ?
HY ult ll.l Ks t. ''()..
AHT UAI.I.iitlll -.-. *ls, and - 17 iii u ld in ay.
ON FllllK EX MIHI 1 D.X DAV A.NIi HVKM.N'ii.
UtPOBTAHT MODBBS OIL I'AINTl BOB,
KV PBKXCB ANDM0BK ll NHTI-ts,
Bomana i % tha a tire e tilectton of
Mit. I\ II. M.MAHON. UV IHtooKI.YN,
iiuti
A BTJaUBB OP i ii-.D'K KXAMPUM
fr tu t ia i ai .ty ft i
Djsi'iN'.ri-in:'' Ai;r i iixN'irssi-:i;it
Of llAI.MM'll'.K.
TO BB BOLO BV AfCTION
THURSDAY AND PBtOAY BVKStSraS,
_MAU' " '-'' * ? 1- -' . -i i I O'LLQ. g.
linn*. iV. Oat, Auctioneers,
739aad 7.1 idioadw a.V,
will sell
WFDXK^DaY, Till.'KM.AY ANTi PRIDAT,
Mardi .'I. .". and .'ii. at I M j,, m..
The Lihrary of
JOsEl'U CBO-tBY, BBQ,
'I he -hiik'suer:.in atilt!.'tit u. I OOHsCtorOf Zanesville, Ohio,
comprising rn .rc th principal editions u: -....tso.sper%
and a laran- aumlier of etlltions or the sepsratu play a pooina.
Bal M. .si'.pi nana I il'. ;'n i Wlthaguud Utilise tloo ol stand
sid .md mia. sits.is literature
Bicycle Per "ale. a ap ? hal " Kan ? im-i- Bicycle, bi arly
new ila perfect oi -? ? ? inalla) 18 reach; ball b--.ir.it??
sod nickel plata Will sell tor *M if taken -ia. v .ii
K . Iiinunn 'iCi--e.
Me?|ei- -ellery Waler
Bottled ti-i ti r ?ii a rv. si n of the I'm,, a:, '"oi-.-nrnivit.i
Hccomnientieil by thc leadlni I di '1 -: ui UK die ti .iiltboriuet
as a l-tsi.o waler.
ll ll W ABB O ff I M IT A TIO N 8.
ANTII.'VY '.Kills, ll Warien-a'.,
._ J*<.i. Ag bi fur ibe Catted Mates.
-al..rill.. Hall Holiday
Grant Meatian tin. Bvnahtg in
lilli Kl.HI.N-. HA I I.
MAYOK ..HA. 1. WILL PKBUOB,
ITENIl. VTA RD 1(1-11.< Ill K N'.l.l. >|',-:aIC.
_Poora open at 7 W, Heats reserved fur ladtsa
*,lc.-.inslii|i Ori'ii.ui.
All per. .ns. Masters, *g?ctaOTOwatBOOl ve..*:., hiv
tag in tia ir pooaoasBsa or uri lae Utttr aaatrei ntofsrtg i-t- ke-1
ap ashore or at sea from th wreckofth. .taam.hlp iirttjsak
fn-a Liverpool, recently sunk off fir-, ls',,,; ., ,... lyou*;*
iie'ilii'tl an,, i ,-i ii it ???'. to t"i tint.tin Ur sith the - ii l--rs cri"t
without delay. In order to perfect Ll atilt tibia ami delivery
to tho owners tbsreo . titer ilue and prompt eettieiBsiat of any
talvagi ctaiau thereon. JACOB n i'l. LP A IK,
Average Adjuster,
_?'", Wads
I'osl Ofjiec Nollie.
d hs read mu ,. ,,
t iu bi tn? timi .
i. in 1.1 ,r:,,i. nra countries Bead aol bespooi ..:?,- tUresisI
fstritlspatcli bean.' pt > ' i it .. 1 v
?ire-t tn -.-rid d.i'-lti ute. ,,r bantini a:,l c ? inn -r -il iii
uieiiis. i-tteri - . . . lat 'iii', by iai
fl.Sti st Ni-.si-i* ?'. . i
I "iei;i. tiiai.s lo: Hie weall etulm*- March J7 wi.l eloil
t. r.,; , v.
MONDA. -Al '-'?('. p lil. foi Iruii.i ure *. I *. Otjtrt,
fruin -s-vr 'tr I..ni-, ai ..j ? ;..,, j,,, ?>_ , ,
Hoi. I,e.'a and ' mal iiiiAia. p-r s. a kate Carroll trow
Nea ? 'Heans.
ii ,~n\\ vt'. a. iu tor Barep - ? ? .a. via
ijui'i'iislown.
WKi'Ni.-i'\i At 6 a. m. for Barep a, port * gate via
aouihaatptamand Bieuum atos ., . ,, ,..?
I' ttl laurent, v ilisvn .:?.:?, mun iioth
??|.e| -M. I.ntl!.lil " 1 y 111 I-,, la. NN ni vt,,. 1 I. ,. ,|j
diree, and foi Venezuela au. ia:., i na Timi.iad.esr
?. s Bena
in Lt;.- -ii i ?;,' i ni r.i i-ut,...... pcraa flriwanla
vm uuoeustowu I- ... . .-, , -,,k
bf (lin t ?' pel '.jiu, , at ? . , ,c,
i. ?
boort tn: : ? ? sin and uikar
laiii.ii. m. 0 i Bine, in i.t lie due -i ?? ,, r Nt
lu , . ui tor il .vu. |, ; . . Alban it 1 Caa
fur Banunda, |" r a k. .un. .,- .. ,,, p o\~.
lui I roan *??. deilt i, par s ?
SAM lii-.iY-li ii in nu v * Weat nu-..,, it, latnii
;1"' ''-':." } (anii ira .. tia . m .,..?.
ii. a rial.,,'1111111 .... rs . -r a a
.v... I.-, t rom Nt.,,,. ,i. a?w* i al i s, ia Iur . uu*
par ? . ,-.n.i ?? .
ll Us - . ..1 * a ,l ? . !
.in ., per .. ?. ? ?', is ,a ni.ii,., -., . ti . ,,, ., .
st in a in ir rn cali, -
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