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.tiaoNlCLED AND CBITICISED BY MB. GIU^* -DMUND YATES. ' MPER0R WIM.IAM'8 COMINO VISIT - THE MOLTKE RELIC9--MRS- MACKAY'S PARTY r_RNELL'S MARRIAGE-THB ANTL PARNaXUTB LEADERSHIP j_R- i.LADSTONE. lafCABtB TO THB THtBUXB. | Cowrifht: l**11 *V Th4 7V<bu"' ^MfldaMon. i?ndon Jn?? ^-The Emperor ehangea hls plane day to day wltn * sn*?ennes8 th** T>**rTT ?addena -Tlord Chambcrlaln's office. He thlnk* nothlng of _________ .omething one day and entirely alterlng it a-a-A ? wtA ?cwW or,'tln?--y *? go to Hatflold satuiday and fo rematn over Sunday. Lady s-all hnry wa* to have B flarden party or. Monday afternoon. v w ha ha* ch.nged hl* plana. ne goes to Hatfleld nt? on ***** Btternoon, retnrnlng to Londen early ' Monday morning. The Imperlal chlldren go to I,.lilita*e, two houies on the Cliff havlng been en sca They wlll Jotn the Empre*.* ln the Iale of wiBM Btcr, when the Emperor etarta on hls yaehttng ?^itlon. Emperor Wllliam doea not appreclxfe [borare. earefnll? arranged dinnera. He prefer* ilaln, ?ubst*nH*l dtshes. and has no taste for klck B_BM 1"* f?vorl<* beverage I* beer. but at home M table wlnes are Mark Orafler and Affenthalor, ?hlch are grown ln the Grand Dnchy ol Baden, and Walwonhelmer.. whlch comes froih the Ahe Valley. f5e?e excellcnt winca are almost unknown ln EnR land. The Emperor very much Ukes reallj good Khlne wlne, but seldoro drinks champagne. THK PRINCE XO HAVE A CATTLE AND 6HEKP SALli. A large and lnflnential attcnflanee ls expected at the fiandrinrham iale of sherthorn* and iSouthdowns next Mdav and the Prince of Wale*. who ls to arrlve at the Hall <m Thuredav erenlng from Newmarhct. wlll en tertain the partv. The Prltica has a large dblry herd of .ej-si'va and Kerry* at Kandrlngham, and two herd* of .horthorna. one at Bablngl*y Farm, representing Batcs blood and the other at Wolfcrton Fnrm. faooth strains. Tlility-sls arrival* from the Rablngley heid wlll be offcred for *ale and twenty-elirt.t from Wolferten. Tlie Soufhdown* are a splendld lot and upward of a hundred will be sold on Frlday. The sheephouse whlch ls In the park near the I'rinfo-r- plt-tnresque dalry con t_in* . wonderful .olleetlon of rams and ewea whlch Bre intended for exhibltton. A CROW.N PRINCE COMINO TO LONDON. Shortly after the departure of the German Emperor, the Crown Prince of Italy wlll come to London, prob ably incognlto. After a three weeks' toar ol the Unlted Klngdom he wlU return home by way of Hollaod and masflav TO FORM A MOLTKE MUSEUM. Tha pre*ent head of the Moltke famlly. Count Wil belm von Moltke. has decided that hls great unrle's *iudy-room and the lnnumerable sotivenlrs with whlch Krei?aa aboond* are to be left ln exartry the same state M when the FV-ld Marshal <et out on hls last Journey u, Berhn. B?48_ g ls to be tourhed and the plaee is destlned to become ultlmatcly a Moltke Muaeum. It leem* thitt. In nddltlon to hl* own remlnlscences, the veteran left behlnd a number of nofe*. character tiete.les and histnrioal BtBOfefl to be edtted separately. THE IMPF.KIAL VISIT TO FIVME. People ?re -Bfl-8 **T the Au-trlan Emperor ln nvcted the Austrlan fleet iBBl week at Flume instead of Trieate. H aeems thnt Austrla and llungary *** tarafl ln thesfl naval hoapitahtles, ond on thls ocraMon Flume was aelccted becaitse Hungary Inslsted on her rlghU. Everything wm done on a lavlsh acale. but Ute falr tnliahitant* ot Flume. who wcar a ploturesque ?Bfltaaaa ln whlch Marla Theresa colns play an im portant P-rt. weio mufh dtwippolnted. Bntlsh officers alwavs appearlng ln "muftl." THE GRAND DUKE TO BE RESTORED TO FAVOR. The recentlv marrled Grand Imke Michael Mlchaelo vltch Is to be restored 83 favor by the Emperor of Bnasla when Hls Majeety's silver wedding ls celcbrated ln ;\'ovember next. TO ENTERTAIN ROYAT.TY AT DINNER. Mr* Mackay givei a dinner to rnyalty ln ? few daya. followed by a .mall musicale. Mr whlch somo of the best avallable talent ln London Is engwd. MRS. McKEE AND MKS. HARKISON. The danghter of the Prenlflent of the Pnited State*. Mrs McKae, and hls jBBgBlOT IB BXW, Mrs. Rnss.'ll Har rlwm, have gone to Parli. after a fortniRht ln London, dnrlr.'g whlch luncheona and dlnners were gl%en I:. their honor by Mr. and Mrs. LtaealB, Mr. and Mrs. Honrj Whtn*. Mr. nnd Mrs. Emor.v, General and Mrs. New aad Mr*. Mackay. At Parla they are tlie gue*t af the American Mli,-tcr. MKS. MACKAY'S PARTY. On Thursday night Mrs. Mackav gave her flrst party ln the beautif.il house on Carlton Honsc Terrace. The conversstion wns chlcfly confln.'d to rliapsodles about the marhle ataircase. the whlte and gold ball room and decoratlons geuerolly, whi.h were earried out by Messrs. C'elllnson _ Loek, and the objets d'art seen evorywhere. Mrs. Marluiy, with her aaaal flaod taete, wore no dlamonds and was plainly but bcan tifully dre*>ed In a curlous I?l<fl of potunlu llOterad satln. Lady Henry Fitzgerald, in pale plnk, brontrlit her pretty alster and was heCself one of the best-look :ng wonien present. The Prlncess Malff.m Klian looked very ill. Lady Goldsnild made her flrst ap pearante after a king I?BBaa. Mr-. I/.inmuire Gordon wemed Otmxmm hy heat that was torrld. 6lr Allen Young cruised about the BaaaBfBI. Mc*. Web*ter, wlth a lovely tarBBOflaa Bara, loo?at as pretty a* ever. Miv fkiltinK, in pale blu*1. Mrs. Arthur Wilson and Mr. George LflWtfl had much to say to each other. Ladv Carew looked well in the ugllest of dr**?s. Mrs. Grenvillc'* brorade clcik was lmraensely admired. Mr. Wolff and Mr. Hollman rcprcscnted muslc. Mr. Lflamaefl bflaa|bl his wlfe and looked ecjual to any amonnt of elty combat. OflBflial Bxawatt pos^ on ihe marhle baleony. Mis* Ilelen Heaa_IW conflded her woe* to thc younjrest and lllfhteal boy ln the room. The buffet was badly arrunced und there wa* a free Cght to get any refreshments; and tho Whlte Hun garian* play.d Just behlnd where Mr*. Mackay rc reived her piestfl, and made convcrsntlon wlth one of the mo^t etianiiliiB of hoatt'Rsi-s very rtlfflrult. AOOKIXVED DY LOI1D RAVDOLFH. Lord Randulph lias rotised the anser of Sir Don.ld Conie by his crltlcism. on the greot steamshlIp Une over flhxh-li Bfl iiresldes. 6Ir Donald has reason to feel arrrl*ypd, f,,r It araa ln order to mlnlstcr comfort to thc great travcilcr that the Grantnllv fa-tlo wa* taken out of her turu and sent to the Cape. Lord Randolph ls op pwciitly n flaallj pleast. as Mr. Gladstone, who, after a memor.ii.le, cruKe, p:i?-*ed a most glowltjg eulo kIubi on ihe BMflttl "f the shlp. a fancv-dke?b iiAi.r. criticisf.d. A good many gentte souls, inore particularly that of Sanii'l sniith, aafflflfl peatly perturbed becauae tlie ('<>v emor of Madras reeently guve a fancy dress hall at whieh some (teiitlomen fBaatfl were _?88li as devlls, whlly a corr._puiKliiig BOBbflt f.f laalle* were decked out ? atiaels of light. Fancy Lord Wenlock corklng and ?BBUai hla fa<e. wax1a| !'*? eyebroas and spoi-tlng an ?uiatioti taiil How mii.h .note tcrrlble than app_rlng, Ifly, in a fool's cap and beHs. it mav be somo 800888X81on Aa Um*- wbo*a ?cajtfBBBBla aeeflB so direly flhaflkad by tha l*flo? to Icurn thal >1r Jauie- Donner gavo a pre.:l?ely sioillar ball at ( alro last winter and it was one flf tlie BflXteBflfltSBl M BflBfl?BBB of thc F.gyptlau 888X8? SIR WILLIAM 80BB0B OUt?111Bfl*. 81r Wllliam (;onlon C'limmliig' purchased a lleu tiaancy and captamcy ln tho Scots Guards. The ***** value of Uie>c oommisati'ii. and the recognl7^d ??"??regilatlon prloe he foi-feit* on removal from the ?"n*'1 When Major Walter llarb .rd was removed from ** ttmy goine yeut* ago for a slmilar offenee he rost tht refljnlatlon and over-rexnlation value of major ln the Tlb Hu?*ars. tVii-iTiel Valentl'ie liaher iost the regu **><i v*iuatlon nf a lleutenant-roloiielcy. W?.tical ASPE<rr of parnell'S marriage. Ir. Parnell'a marriage i? a political event of ap P*clable importatice. If he succeeds ln wlnnlng the ^*rljw eleetlon some who are now hostlle wlU be _B*A to seek a raoBB-l?tlflB and the miirrlage wlU *****i be halled aa Justilylng snch a courae. Hifl Artt cucodm, will have marked and far-rcachlng effecU. ? ince*** i? 1^8 pending contest 1* more probable ?*?'. ln prtrlrjui elecUoni. -J? IB??RKSTINii UIARY. Tbe late Str Kobert Fowler kept a diary for the last m* year.. and as it contalned extensive reords of ?i Po- ?C?I and Parllamentary career, tc'.idei ln ???>eri-ie anecdota* of club atri lity llfe, it* publlta ** woujd be ot ?BBawilB fnbcieht. The late AWer *** iflamed to graap tha wonderful extent and varlety w al* traveu. I am told tiiat there i* ?carcely a ** ot the fiobe he bad not vi.ited, be*ide? going twice ___* ^e world. Wiih hV v ararfBl m-.-nifiry he could __*i e??- detali of i.ii travela. ewn to tke exact r_VWnf* he vuited a parti.ular plaee, alihough . I^Vet of % centtiry hnd tlaps<;d. THK AB_1.1_BBB-Ura LKADKIWHIP. The impending reUrement of Mi- M<< *rthy from tlie ??er*hip oi |aa Al,,| tttmt*m will lead to fietli eom raraUoi,*. A ttiCUi)U ui ih(i pa|.ty favor!> oonferrlBg tlie ***~?>lp 'in Mr. Dtllaa, but Mr. ric.xtoii l? natmwHy "?i-lly putUi.g forward hl, , i?i,i* BB tlie po.iUon. J* XMitical retwrfl I* aa g.xifl, m wme reapact* more -'"l?*l?, than Mi WllcwV and hl* opponentfl read^ ad?it that ln tha diacuBalons on tba Land BiU be di? played much knowletge, 11 too great loquacity. Mr. Haaly, who claims to have klHed Mr. Parnell, alao a*plrea to lead the party. So also dee* the sfald, duli, emlnently rc-pectable person. Mr. A. O'Connor. THE LABOR COMMIMION. Lord Hartlngton has .ffited In a jmblic apaeeh tbat the appolntment of the Labor Commlwdon 1* not In? tended to -helve Mie questlon* whleb lt was rarled Into extstenre to lnreftlgate. The a-sertlon Is r_as?irlng. *o far a* lt goes, though none the worse for bein. -orroborated by a ?llght lncreas* In the preeent rnte ef pri. gre?s. FUTUR-4. POLICY OF TUE CONSERVATIVfS It Is Interestlng to speralate whether, taken a* a fereeaat of electlon tnrtics, the fnloniot party and the Conaervati-es, as a body, wlll toke up sorinl questlons w-loh must withln the next few yeara be snbjects of great interest to the electomte; or win they aJlow the much promlslngand llttle perforrntngqtiaek-su.veri. of the oppo-ltlon to win the popnlarenr before them. Tlme muBt supply an anawer to thi* qiiestlon. Meanwhlle, I am Maured that many of the ronk and fllo af tha Con servaMve party all-eady appreetate the sltuatlon at lts prwper valne. I know that there Is a leader of Uie labor party ready to hand. I fancy that there I* tho niicleus of s-aeh a party already ln exlstenre. I am only tnterested to see whettier the present leader* wlll do tl*lr duty by oommltting Uieniselves deflnltery to a labor policy. MR. OLADBTOT-TE'S HEAI/TH. Mr. Oladsti.ne, who ls really ln a very feeVe ttate of health, went on Friday to Mr. Colman's vllla, Corton, neaa* I.owestoft, where he wlll probably Btay about a fortnlght, and ii la very tmprobable tht.t ho will be Bgaln seen ln ufe Honae of Commons dnrlng the present 6C_-.on. EDMTTND YATES. A STAR AND A HORSE. MISS COGHLA_N* TRiUlS TO RIDE LIKE A MiV. HER FIRsT LF.5S0N IN IMPER-aOJIATirn A 80LDIER OV THE QUEEN. "? Brlng forth the hor*el' The horse was hronght ?ln trtith a goodly ste-.l." It was Miss Ro*e Ooahlarfs horse that wa* brought and lf he had not t-een "la trnth a goodly steed," and tnistworthy. wlthal, dia aater nnd min might have followed Irom the experl? ment which wa* to be trl-d wlth him. A ellght paren.he.ls may be made Just here to say that an impresslon ha* gained ground that "Dorothy's Dllem nia.'' Miss Coghlan'. new plav, whlch she ls to present here late ln the .ummev. ls fnrriral ln Its charaeter. _nrh an impression ls largely Incorrect and wholly mls leadlng. The play ls fmm a O'erman orlginal and ls partly farclcal ln IncMent, but it i.s wrltten ln the style of a higber oidcr of romedy, and the dlalogue ls said by eome who have heard It read to recall such plnys as " A Scrap of Pnper," "London Assuraucc" and other recognlr.ed e.xamples of brilliant and plouant dramatlc wrltlng. In tlie play Miss Coghlan will hnve _. assume tho dlsgulso of a liritish officer and ln 8 certain sceno she ivlll have to mount a hor-e and rlde away ln a great liurry. Thls brJngs the iia.r.itive back to tbe horse. The horso I. one that Miss Coghlan bought. a few da-._ ago, ln order to begin hl-- trnlnlng aa an actor ch. ; He I. a handv.mc horse and hls name is Iloneer. He is llvlug and reheaeslng at present at Mlaa OogMan' Mimmer home at Fort Hamilton. It ls a pccullurlty of tho scene, of course, thut the actress has to ride like a man and not like a woman, and this she never dld or trled ta no 1111 laat nlght, when the flrst lahaaraal af lllis pleco of stage business was held. Miss Cophlan is a good horaewoniaii. t hoitfT" &.. _ is not a good hor.>e. man? that ls, not yet. A ride of ten mlles ln a slde saddle does not dismay her, and she bas had some ad ventures wlth boriea, too. For lnstonre, when she was about a dor.en jrears old, she wa* one day rldlng a iliorse with no saddle at all, and the anlmal suddenly chose to stand ap stra'ght on his hind legs, so th it lt was quite lmpos?.ible for the girl to BtujT ?n hls back. Hut sho had po BOtlon of falllng nnder hls heels. t.he caught hla n<ck with boil arms, ?iid around iintler It and dropped beneath his forefeet, whence she waa dragg**d by her brother, while Baaaakedy ?*?? eaaghl tae horae and forced hlm back. Thls ls enougli to .how that the a. tress ls not afiaM fi horacs. Miss Coghlnn's home ls in a -omewhat seclud-d j.lice. Haay -rtaftara go !?> Fort Hamilton, but they do not *tray far from the etaattf ,.f hotel- and bootlx, and the country a llttle way ofl is ?.- lonclv. espe cially in the evenlng, M country need Wlsfa to be. The strects have numbers Ju-t ns m ihe -Ity, but the most of the numbers bave no street*. Ho lt fell out tliat thcro wns an aiidiencc of only six at tlie raboaraal, liaaiflj. Miss Coghlnn's mother, her niere and her adOfrted dtiughtor, the one live years old and the other a quarter before seven; her lcadlng man, John T. .--iilllvan, and Iwo ofticlinis Meada who knew so nnnli at.out how a wotnali oagM to rlde a hor>e like a lnnii Uiat lt ';*e:iied -a pify t'mt they were not the ones to do it. Hcaldex the~e thece wei-e (ilngcr, the fox-terriei-, i.r.d "Pudey," tho piir.o dog, \vho?e tall ciails "onco and a half times round.'' Wben Mi-s ('oghlan camo upon the veranda snlted "all points llkc a man," It was the unanlmous ery that the imltatlnn wns so perfect, that she need not have waited for darkness. Plonrcr was in the stable yard and Mr. r-ullivan was ready to play the same part thnt he wlll play on tho stage. Miss Coghlan was told to put her left foot in the stirrup and mount. tsho dld so promptly and then the astoundlng dlacovery wiu. made that ahe was mouutcd Ju-i like a woman. One of the oflicioii- fii?::da said that would not 80 ut all, as if Ri.ybody had su.i>po.e?l that it would do; so the mount wns trled again. TMl tlme the positlon was uot Hke a woman, but was rather Jlkc a man who had never ?een a horse before. The hosaa started un? der protest and went out at the gate sidewise. and lie and hls rlder started ?>t a walk up the road, with every appearance ol never having met before and of flnding e*ch other's soclety" nf!"t>-)..fnlal, "to say nothlng of the dog,*1 which followed, wlth aeemlng doubt of both its acqmiintancc- and of their .anlty. Mr. taOtvaa ulso taOowai; he aeemed to know both and to be anxlous about both. In a moment a aataa slngnlarly unlllte that of a Lritish ofBear erted aal of the e__ri_aaaa: "Oh, I've lost my t-tlrriii)," ai.d tbe most of tlie audi.ii'-., ?? _ay nothtug of the other dog. huriled to hunt for the .tlrrup. It wns found haiiging fiont the n'Mldle, qnlto naturally, nnd it wis restored to tljo foot that owin-.l lt. 6o tho experimctit went on and by ?lcpr*->a 188 i-ldcr gained a llttle ln bolduess nnd Uie horso Just a little ln confldence, and than he was Induced to fO a little fnster. Now und t.Jien Ihe decldodiy dark group seen thniugli the comp?*.!ttve darkness wuuld siiddenly j.ause and bara around and around and there would rotne a vurlety ol calls and rcj.lies from the rlder and the taa-Ing man and t'ie ofli. ious friemls : *'Oh! oh I O-o-o! ti(a*1 graelous, I'vc lost tae stlrrnps!" '? Well, stop hlm I '? 1 CUll't ln ? lloid hlm inl" "There, whoa, b..y. arfeoa !? " llcre'h your .stlnup; n.>w Miere's the ot'ier ore? One of you boys liold hia l.-ad. ' "Taaaa at-nrapa are too long; I can't Ueep hold af them." "No, thty'ie BOt, th.-y'ie too short." ?'Oli, 1 never can lea'.ti thi. ln tUe world."1 "Yeh, y*?u can; you don't want to sell your play, do vou f ??'.Now, then, yoti'rc all lig'.t; go aaaal ag-ln; get up, boy :" -u;., t.'iat's kR*tter:" Wiieii the heraa hwl beon brought Into a state of mlnd to be surprlsed at nothlng a few more experl men_t m i.iounting were trled and be aaa led baca lo Um btahlf, in an obviously perplexed and thoaabtfal mood while u dls.usslon was cngage.l iu, chleijf bj tiio oilicli.us frlcnds, a? to whether Hlaa Coghlan oaght to mount awkwai-dly, as a woman probably v.-oul'I, o. oul.klv nnd giasefuilv, as a g '>d boraaWOBian who hud wat.ii-d cavalryman poaalhll might. lt wa? detided th.t tho latter way would make the bsator scene. The reheiirsal-, will aecordlngly gt on and nnybody who knows Mla* CoghlB-i wlll aaaune tbal her energy and pluck wlll not let her stop shori of perfecth.n. lt -111 be oi no use, however, ioi auylK^ly to-try to at t?nd the n.he*r_als, a. they svlll bo i;eld at uncertuln time* and alwaya ln tbe d?ik. llut the rurlous may tm>t ln thls: When they go to the plav itself they wlll see a_ pretty a flgure of a young S(,lilk't on bene baah ?s anv Uio armles of tlie Queen can ?how. 80XGS OF ALL XATJOBi AT FALXEE& A pIea^aIlt celebrution was held at I*al*nei's The? atre Jtut night |8 honor of tho Ilftleth perforniance <.f ??The Tar aud the Taitar.' Of tourse tl.e lir.ii.-e wa. well nlled and the Often wa* enjoyed m usual. The theatre waa decorated wlth constderuble lavishness and much U*te. The front of the balcotiy was hung w-.th ertataoa and gold. aaid around Uie gallery and wall* were Baa*IIII81 flae*. m9BBm% pennanU and streamers. rataarni of ici. *km aod baat were aato haag atwr the stage Tha souvenlr dl-lrlbuted wai- an album of ? Baaaa af -H Notioi.a." laegntif by Um traaaarlpttoa of' National atrs 8881 bj U.e ope.t. "Tbe Jtar WigWi Banner." -uod ttiva tl.e Queen." "The vSui on Ihe llhlne," "Tlm llarp that Onet throiigh ?1 uii'a Hall " the ' Mai-seilles." ' The Illnebell. uf SOO. land" the "liarlbaldl H.vinn." "<iod .-ave Kalser Fi-a.,'/." ai.d the "lawedlsh National Hynui." Each song wa* printed on a haudaoii.eJv lllumlnated page. ?n< .i:i^.rco;r,.\^^ the coantry repre?-ante_ PRINCE GEORGE IN CHICAGO HE ARRTVES FTIOM OMAHA ON THE WAY TO NEW-YORK. HOW TIIE CZaREWITCII WAS ATTACBED ANB HOW HE SAVED HIM. Chicago, Jnne C9.-Prlnre George of Greere arrirrd In Chicago thls morning from omaha. He wa* ao rompanied ?>y Captaln Lahmer, of the Ruaaian N.-y, and one netvant. The Prince is travelllng Ineognlto and reatster*-.'* at the Audltorlnm a* Count Folstor. At the HBN ? he was met by a delegarton of the tire.lan Beoevilent AflflO?B?OB, whieh c*corted him to the hotcL The Prtnce wm hciirilly dieered by tlie (ireeka asavtrbled to greet him, and wlth the fireck and Anerlr_.. riag* at tho hend of the prorostlon he wa* taken t< the *M>?I ln sn open carrfage. The young man wa* mt.ch pleased wlth the reception tendered to him, ai.d when the earrlagc* reaehed the entrance to the Andrtoriiim tho Prtnre called the ehalrman of the delegatlo- |8 the rarrt??e and *ald a few worda tbar.k Ing the. Qfflflx? IM their recognitlon. W. Macsy Spurt and Sir Cecll Mile* accomranled the Prince. To a re? porter the Prln. e wild : " We never a~ IB?llloaai ln Enrope, and PflB anre lt ls a vo?? pecnllar etistom. Tlie Ban Franclsco re porttrs got mad at me becanse I consented ta see only two of them and they wrote a lo? of stuff abont ma that wa- nntrue. However. I have been treated very well." Rcferrltg to the attack in Jnpan npon the Ru*sian Crarewltch. the Prince said that none of the reports thus far printed hnd pioved eorrect. ? We were ou one side of the street," he sald. " A Un* of pollee was on the other slde. Two offlrlal* headed the line, then camo the Crarewlteh. 1 followed, and back of me wa* the .lapanese Mlnlster. Snddenly a man stepped pa?t the llne of pollee, raiscd hls ?word with Bath hands above hls head and before any ono could lnterfere he broupht lt down with all hH stremrth. ilBlBBBBfllj the Cunrcwltch, thotizh oblliiuely in front, saw him and stepped aslde ln tlmo to save hl* life, thoagn rnt a cut. The sword point ga?h*d hl* scnlp from nearlT the rrown of hls heod to Just over hl* rlght ?vo and then tho rabffl BWBBf *** nnd flBflfl more BM OaaiBBlBib was c.ut ln nearly the same placc. Then ba taa, tne .In foBowtng him. i raabei bIbw them, and Just a* the sword was ralsed to strlfce **ain I npped 'he scoundrel on tlie rAjad wlth my ?t.? k ard bronght him to the groBB- That wa- all," and the Prtnce smlled as lf saving the life of thc probable futnre ruler of Hussia was an every-day oreurrencc. "Theae report*," sald Prince George, "abont tlio senratlonal dhuppearance of one ot the Cw-ewitoh'* BMfllal messenger. at or near Denver are all wrong. I Mfl a nenr frlend of tho ?BIBllB Prince. and I nader Itud Ju*t how he sent dlapatches to hl* father In Russla, and whst messengers took the- . Ti.e route aeross Amertri, being tbe mo*t convcnler'.. 1* the favor? ite Every me.senper BBM far sent hv 'he Prtnce ha* NBOfftfld -.-fi and BBBBi nt St. Peter -fl. They are not going abeat advertl*lnK the faet that they are bearing disp.tclies to the Cfar. Thls mt.ch ia true. One messenger was hurled agalnst a aeat ln the car that was thrown off the track In Colorado, ar.d two teeth ?BN kaafltxal out Ol Mfl mot.th. He went on hls Jour wm when the triln stnrted np." The Prince dlsrlaimcd all hnowliaflpe of tbe In BBittoM of Oreece in connertlon wlth the World'* FBir. ?? I pay llttle attention to those matter-,^ he < on tintied ' -you see 1 Mfl ? lleufenant ln tbfl torfflie nnrlefl of Qraaea, and have charge af Ibtrty-two biipeio boata and ha\e Iittle tlme for anythlng otiuldc tt mv Batiflfl. Oar Naw ls qulto a ro.pectnble one, BttbOBaB we have a amall country- T,,?r<-' is fl0t any J'keliliood of anv trooblfl bfltWOflB (ireeee and Turkey, or any other eoantry for that mnttcr, but then Ihe natlon* of Baropfl are ahvays watchlng ea.li other. There aro now being bullt for the Greelan Navy three blg lrom !ihiis ...nd other addltions will probably be rnadeto it." Tbe l-rtoee leaves to nitrht for Bew-YorB. ln England the Prfhca v.111 rlafl bta annt. thc MOflflaa of Wa).-*, going tbenee to Copenhagen, where he wui attend the gold.m Jtitiil'-o of hls arnn.lfaiher, tlie Klna of Denmark. None of the di*tingnl*hed partv Ims more than reach.-d hla n.a]nrity, Prince George l-iv'ng celchrnMl his twentv-second hlrthday la-.r \Vefine*d*7, Ihlfl mor,t_ bflns nlso thc twentv elghtli aimiversary of his tatber-l aeeeptBBee Ofl the crown. Prince Geoi-ge and hls Hulic wlll arrive at -he Grand Caotral Btatloc t?Ib avealai at 8 :*>o o'clock. The aiiaugiaiBWili for tho reeeptton and antertatoBMOt of the Prtnce are tn the hand* of Mr. Grflfflr, thc Charg.) (rAlIalres of thc Baaatar, Legntion. Hfl wlll meet thc PrlBOfl at ISb fltatton and wiii i>e aaaiflted by Mr. Bot kin, the seeond secretery of the BxtBtail Lepration; Mr. (ilaravslty, the Itu--i.in CDBBflJ-fo icral! Mr. I'et ... -,-n, thc RtiswiJin \'ii-?'.nsul-t.cneral, and Mr. l:o t;i-.-I, thc Gntek (vmsul-ftenenil. It ha* not yet be^n decided where the Prince w? May while in the city, and It will not be determlned until the I'rlnre arrives. The Clarendnn Hotel has alw.iy* been pc^alar wltti the Baaalaaa, but lt la thouirht tbat tln1 Wtodaor wUl be selected. on accotint Tlui ee tra Btaatlon. No officini tattoatloo bM ret been made by the Mayor or- Board of AMermon aa to what wlll lie done oil thelr part tf- entritnin tbe Prince Nearly all of the clubfl bavfl leol oardi. glying the freedora of their boaaaa to tho Prince and Com ninndi'i' LOXBflB, THE REGEXTS AXD THR CIVIL SERVICE. OFFICE OF INSPECTOR OF ACADEMIEB ABOL IPHI.I) BY TIIF. BO?ll??< Albanv. Ju...' 28 iM'C.'ial).-The dlfference* cxi'tlnc between the Beterrt- ofBefl and tho Civil Sen'ice fom mlMtOfl over the appolntment <il lnspcctors of BflflflV einl.s Im eome * 8 elbaaB. Thc Civil servlce Ooflfl B-mBm savs that ihe BefMlti mnst, appoint in*pectora trtm the ellgthle Hflt In Iti offlre, und the Regenti re tort bv aholishlng the oflire nf inspectors of academlea. Ctaitefl-or Oar-s, on Jaaa 18, ivrote a letter to the Civil Srrvlec Commlasii.n. This has not been answered. but tlie Conimis-ion haa P"no on preparlnc for the advertlaed exivminaUon and has had ptinted a set of BBxatlOM without consultliiK the Begent*' ofhee. The it .rles puMisl.e'1 relative lo ihe difftrences causad much uneertulntv B-OOfl Bflnoafl who desired to enter the eompetiilon and uianv inq.ilred of the Commlwlon v to the true atatua of the affalr. All BBfli recelved in replv a circular in part as follows: Tha examlnatlon of BBBflUMH fw th* othce ot Academv lD.pM-f aaflflB th- Hoa.a ..f BM?BM wlll be lield ln tiw offlif ot tho Bew.YorB Civil BflrvMa C'om_..*?lon at tho Capitol M Albany BB Ti.nr.nnv, July 2. eommanclnfl at 10 oVlnek a. m. Salary. K.ftOO per annum. Blfl-Manfllng the ml*le?dlna reporta ln clrcnlatlon. Ih,. MI8IUIM MBXfl b* BBPfl-lM M r?<i'.ired by law trotr ,l?. ..iilrihi,' BM WB88B wm bc praparcd a* tno ro?uit of tli^ Btaaaaae i'\amitmtlon. Tli- Hepents' offlce also got a nnmt**- of lno,u1rlM, tfl whlch Secretary Dewey sent a letter of whlch the M lowlng ls B pnrt : ___.__, rci.0?I B8BM ln ans?-"r Vn dally qu?ttnna about th* aaaaailBTfr *dvertlH*d by thc Ctvfl Bmvbm to ur* pra'-f. 011 Thi1/offlce ha. glven no authorlty for .nnonnclnt *'>ch ,n iibmIbbBob I laataai a,. aaMaet rrc*fl t,e flBaalM of thr Ref'-nt*. wlt). BM 1-alBCHB aBflf-d BBBBlWOBaly BB Jnne 11. On fBOB 12 lha adluMlflBBiBBl 8XBJ -rnt o-.t. I proteMH H-r BBflB i ?mraa wa* BBfatr M ti,- ***** _t the st.'.-, *_oi ".' ?rh-B wfl-d ip ad Hbm und Mfl* , ,,,..,...iln-fo. -X1-.I-H0. ;..-, tiinttii'-y ??dl..r.. BXMtaajBBtl] ".";"'' BJ ** *** ~'"''"'' ? _ I can MVfl y* no rlew ~ t* .'"- f'.itli.r aot on of th., iJrd Kv,.v ail.'-ol ....... "f l-XBB. k.'"?- that the man a_e -MM reaalva ttfl WflXfl* rt bbbI M BM ***** wkiaa he waa iBiaaxiBf algbt ha BM ** mm that Mi ;! ...,,t- w,-?m -.?? ?-.***** -yrrg Tbe BaaeBlfl bmbbI Ibat bb-st thc miing of tlie civil Kcrvka O0MBr--oa Ow efii.ifn.v ol tba bBboa of ..',,.,., t. r of aeaa-.i waaM be rataefi. it is one of tbe inui-nant braaebflfl of the DBlvaraH*/, but rattar than have II UnP-rflX, t.'m BefflBtfl think it would be letter to dlscontinuc lt, Thls fecllng ln the matter Ls abaoxt BBa-Bnoafl, ba was ibowa by the resoiuii,,., of Mav 14, "that a-ignment to the competitlve ?ebfldula tor appointm-n. w.mld so t*-nd to destroy the ettVctivc.ess of th.-ir servlce. and thereby so ae riotislv 80 irnpuir he flttlng dl*ch.rgc of Its duty by thls lioard tlmt the BOBIfll would be eompell.-d to dis eonllnue ihe work for whieh the inspert.)rs were ap nolnted ? Thc Civil Servlce CommlsMuii MMBOl .reaU an ofllce, ao it would BflflM that the examlnatlon *ct nviwn aw .'niy 2 win be aeaa The two itispert.irs wh.. WflXfl appolnted by the Regent* with'.at ex.imlnation. after the fhlef ****** ot lha civti s-rviee Caaa-lflfliofl mi Btvaa his opiniou tii.t ha BflllBTll Ihfl BkMfl bob ...i-n.'.-uMve. were d!s rharirod to-dav. Tbey ?re J- Bub-II Parson*. jr., and Fraiifi* J- Cheney. The Repents sav il..y do not eare to dl?obey the h.w. and. nn matter how great M th-lr dl>a,ipf.intnifiit at Ii-.'onlinulng *o important a \iave its exiniii'i.'.iliiti for ****** "IL TtiOYATOHrr AOAlX REVTVEO. Thfl iBOt week uf ItB ?BM8B :it *? 'ir",<1 ?*** mm lepa last *** *? 8 m_*. ?r "ii Trovaew*.- wlurl. wa. gtv. n l I Bga. Shrm.r TagBBlHXtra r"...rned - the eOMpaay ...d ?ng tlje ,?,-, - tiie conn. ol IMB 1"" *** **** "*? n-ederlck BflflBII?? ?? +*** "_J "J LlnctU,. Mlis Balla Tomllns F. M el.elcn* aafllb. ?. Blnatfll,.. Th. op?r* wa. SS__V_____tSLS t_. -asar. w^ warmly applxuded. Tv-*hl Faaat wiu be glven, and to-morro-* nlght "The B?t*Plll"i Olrl" tnd s scere from *-Carraen.** for tho beneflt oi Slgnor Tagllapletra. ? MRS. ISELIN'S OIFT REFUSED. SHE WTSHED TO RDBUILD A CHURCH. THE PASTOR OP A KEW-ROCnELLE* COKOREIH TION '"ID XOT UKK HER STIPTJl-ATIOS-i. The Roman CathoMe Church of the Blesaed Sacra ment at New-Roehelle was atmek by llghtnlng and partly bnrned down about a year ago. It haa not been rebuilt. alttiough the pari-hioners, who ha~e been worshlpplng In temporary quarter*. groatly deilre tbat it shall bo. A olianre haa now come for them to h?ve a new buildlng. but Uie pa*tor, Uie Rev. Thomaa Me Laughlln, -taoda ln tho way. Mra. Adrlan laelln, the wife of tbe banker of thls olty, haa made an oiTer to bulld m ohorcb and to fttrnish it on certain eonditlon*. Her sana, G. Oliver I?elin and Adrlan Iselln, Jr., have also eapressed a willlngness t? rontribute toward the buildlng. What Mrs. Iselln'* sfipulatlnn* are, 16 not known, but they are of such m nature a* to lead Father MeLaughlln to refuse to accdpt her offer. At* meeting of the parishloners on Smnday afternoon much diseatl-facUon waa expresacd at the course ?f the pastor. Tho general sentlment of the congregu tlot. waa ihat Mra. laelln's generou* offer should be ac cepted. Jererolah F. Sheahan, who 1* en.ployed by Adrlan laeUn, Jr., d-manded that the pastor give hl* reason* for ftarUniBg the offer. ThU Father Mc Laughlln refused to do, deelaring that he dld not fecl itiatlfled In makl"g paaUt the corre-pondcne* between himself and M. ? Iselln. All he could say was that the restrletlons plaeed upon himself ?nd the congrega Uon by MrS. I-.-ll.r- t.rui- were of such e, nature as to prevcnt hls aeeepUng the offer. Mr. Sheal-,n de ellned to be aatistled wlth thla .tatement. and in the hot words that followed he wa* asked by tlie pa-tor to leave the church. As he decllned to do thK the meeting adjourned to the pastor'* house and continued lts _ea*ion wlthout hlm. A Tribune reporter callcd at the pastor'* fcouso last nlght. A number of the parlshlener* Had met there wlth Pather McLanghlln. and were excltedly dlscu.ssing th. rftuetlon. Father Mcl.aughlin told the teporter that the subject was a dellrat* one. aud he did not feel nee t aay anytliing about lt at tlie present Maaa. He would not tell tho nature of the condltion* of Mrs. Iselln's offer. Ile admltted that the ._e*t on had not been finallydeelded yet, bnt would say nothlng m?iTii nnder-tood that Mr*. IsaMn ls willlng to bulld m tkar(0 costtng about 81_5.000. C. OBmtlmM la to give tha maln altar and the window behind tt, lt belng provlded that he be allowed to choose the deaign for tho -vlndow. which wlll be a memorial to hls wife, who dled some tlme ago. Mr*. Iselln** condltlons are ntiderstocd ta be that tlie present sehool hou.. sho'l bo torn down. and the gymuaslum leated U 8 rm I ,al sehool. Ir. whleh the Slsters ol Charlty shall teacu. aud alaa taa* -Ho ptalaa ????" b,llld a "T*cJ? a-d -apport the ot Charlty. Father MeLaughlln . m ile gyi uiilltted for a parochial ..-.,1, .nnaent to tli- I d"Wii of tlie Old af hool. HC wiu meoan- p la new rhnrli. aad baa already mada I? eP*r ,H. ,?,.,,!,. from the ehurrh whleb i bein- to. al Poarth-ave. ind Twenty?eeeond it tn a . ? ?. Mr*. [(ella waa a Miss i Wet-neU, ol Ba.t nor*; .h- l_ aaM 10 bo greutly lntercsted ln t.ailiol.'- church worli. -? TBE QUEEX TIIE CHIEF SPOSSOR. CHRlSTENINf* OF tll.nc.nF.ATf-.ItAN'DDATJCHTER. TUEINFANTf IIIt.D 0FTI1F. DUKE AXD 1)1 ( III.? OF FIFE. London, Juno CO.?Tlie Queen to-day, aeeompanted bv severnl members of the royal famlly, attended tho ciirlstenlng at the Chapal Royal, .-t. .lames's Palace, of tlie d.iughter of tht I'nke and Duche<s of Flfe. Tho Duches-s is tho E-rtaeeaa i/mise. ahtoat daughtcr of the Prince of Wales. The Qti.*en acte<l as ohief spon-or for her great trraniidaiighter. Among the members of the royal famlly praeeat were the Qaesa ef Ds-uaar-. the Prtaee and Princess of Wale*. the Mneeaa yiatarto of Wale*, and t'ie l'uke of Clnretice and Avondnle, eldest son of the lYInce of Wal'-s. The water u*ed in tho chri.tenlnc ceremonles was brotight eapeetalr/ tor tbe oeeaaton from the Rlver Jor dan. The Archblshop of cnnteibury and the Hlshop of l.ondon, Dean ol the Chnpcl R.-yal. oiU.-lated. The Ittta of tho baby. wlio ls the PHnea of Wales's Bnt grandchlld, wlll bo, by the Queen's command, Lady Alaxaadra Vlelorta Da?, the latter batag Uie famlly name of the Duke af llfe. The Queen >t.xsi bv tlie baodsmal font, holdlng the Infant iu her arm*, durlng most "f the eer-tce, and at the ctoae of the cerem Bht gave little Lady Alexandra Vlctorla l?uii su.-ti a hearty fci=s thai 11 a boi .1 througho-t the chapltel. CLAIMSA8 TO SUBSCRIP1I0XS. Wn.AT TIIE OFKHT.Fl> OF Tll!" SOUTnERX IX VEsTMKXT COMPAOT *>AV. Boston, Juue 28.?The ofltatra of the Georgia Alabama Invcstnient and Dcvelopment, Company fcay that tho telegraphic rep'/rt. reeeived at Uie maln ofllces here to-day by them from the various local ofllces after taa etoea Of biisines* concur in statlng that all fhe ofleea have been thronged wlth bayera and that. tlie New -York offlce baa bean practicul lv i-i a atiite of atesja throagb a eraab of eager aae acrlbers. The total reo IpU tor biotk Uken to-duy alono will bc over *_o,<juO. JfB. MAKSFIEW IX u FWOCE KARL.* The revlvul of ?? I-Ylnce Knrl" by Rlchard Mansfleld at tho Canlen Theatre la?t nlght was a welcome lncl dent of tho Baanaer leaaea, There ls no ptey ta whlch the a.tor la more faiiilllnr. und there are few in whlch be bta over been more popular. The dellcate shadlngs and grndntJons of Wltt. pathos and pathetle wlt ln the part of Uie bravc and paUeut and occasionally un fortunnte prince glvo to tbe play a humor that ls even more acceptable and dellghiful at Uils seuson than ?aaal. and Mr. lfanaflaH'8 fine feellng and simple dtg nlty In the actlng of It show a pleaslng slde of bfs nrtlstlc capabllltles. It ls not the lnKuitlon to lay a?i.ie '-Don faaa" aftanatkar; lt wlll be played 011 \Ve<ltieeday and FrMt.v evenli.ps of eneh week for tho .,1 <. a " Heau nrummell" wlll be glven thls evenlng, iiid ?? Prince Knrl" will be repeated on .uttirdny after B888 nnd evenlng. a ? XOTE.S OF THE 8TA0E. Wllllam Glllette arrived here ye*terd*y from Ponth CaroBna. Bla health 1- aoaaawnal improved. Ho win go to hl* home ln CoaBeetloat b> day. Me*sage* from I/ondon say tlwit Marshall P. Wllder ba.; pnlned ao much popul..rity there that he ls Mhaty ta iftnaln and give ao_ar_B___-_B_l much longor than lie l.ad Intended and tliat he mav not return to A__Wrfea before arlatar. T. D. Mark*, who has been managlng " Shenandonh'' 011 the rosd, retnrned to town frtmi Uie NVesi yestei-day. He ?IH go abrotul tor a few weelts und wlll manage - Mr. Wllnnaon'* ffld-wa*- next _o_*on. (.arnw-ncVta liegnn her last week at Koster A Dlal's last nlght. Pho wfll bt reftoaad bjT Omene next Mon? day Mi-s MUdi-.fl -taeaj hius taken fhe place ef tOa. .feimy Joyre ln the lmrle..iiie ?? Ye dldon Tlni:*-.'' TJTE SEIDL fOCLBTT AT BHIGETOX BEirn, Meml>er. of the HAtW Soclety vlsited nrlghton Baaal ye?>Vrdav. th** dav batag 881 -W th.-lr annusl festlvil. A !ar-e nuttiher wer>' pr'-seot, but one of the mualcluns rail.-d to am?-ar. and tlm menibers llRt.ncd t<. Seldl's IBIIIIBI-I afkaraaaa snd ev-nlng. Th* n.embers had dlm.'-l m th- iiriL.-it-ii Baaab _UHal lu the afternoon, sad a [.leasanl day waa paa 1 POW FtXXtBB EUEBMD TO DEATB. A large atable at fTB-d-fda, L. _. owned by C.eorge Rapelve. was totally destroyed by flre about 1 e*eloa_ vesterday morning. Eleven mustang polo ponles owned bf the onelle Athletlc Club and one large batet were roa-t-d ta 1lt8th The cries of the aOM baaata o.iild be I.eard f..r aoaaa di-taiue. The flreme:i after au h.ur's hard work lataaatad ln 'ivltiir, bulldlnb's adji.lnlng o'.rued by the tiaelie Athletlc Club. The flre is believed Ut be uf Incet.diary origln. The lo.6 of tht -dUdll -- ala_M i> estitnated at 80.000. i.V ILLBEHAVED WIRE AT A 00?*%'EXt'EBEXT. A ?11(1.. flre oc.'.rr d at the Unlon 6Uj'i-r? Th*-itre last evenlnc, ln tlie .-o'.rse of the com~i_nc>'m>*iit exercla?s ci lba a.-t.ool c oi-. t.-d wHb th* Church ol the |8Ba__W*lat8 Uaaaaatfaa* tt waa aaaaa the baicony and waa etaaaf i,y th- defective Insnlatioti of an eleetrlc wlra. The daiuag' waa a.Tiail, b'lt th- aaiM-MM w? aUrmed and i.tt tl.e house witl.OJt waitiim for Uio dl.tributlon of U1|.lon.B?._ 11/5- ABOWBOIB WBOWB FROM A FHAETOX. Miss ai.-i.i- ii, eaaghii 1 af Jnnu i> a ebbaia. ptaa-teat of tat A.m* " ? waa thrown fron. ner phaeuin v--i.-.!_-.- ilt.ri..ii "liili- t'lti.ii.g * corner in (MM "I tiu | 1 a \l I. nt -:? ,1# 1 ,. 1,, 1-.. n aii.-u fiown tl... MII aud ran Into ati-.th-i vrsfnn. Ifea ?rial! .f HM plu't... **>.*??' beat?* *ttil tat h-iae -?*? nadly Inj.i"-. MOMOJ HoWAHl) BBTVEBi HOUR. liro.iaou II.-ard MBBBaai from _.i.^i_i.d rcatordsr on Uie -um*. 11* _*? b*-Q abxosd lor aboul a raat ant a half. He has not bean engaged ln atclv* work for Ihe mm of the um.. a few month. ?o be <**"*? the produc.tion of '?Th* HenrleBti" *t the -veuuB The atre. London. It was a MM p_8te888-. ? a*88_tt8. of the way la whicb U wa. a-tad, much p.-els*belng bostowrd on the pUy Itself. Bt Hawaid I. now wrl?M b new play for Ch.rle. Frohn-in, whlch 1. to b* 188*8. ln th. sutimin. EXEECISAS IX CITT8CH00L8. ORADUATED FROM BF, PETER'S SCHOOL. Th* elghteenth annual commencement of St. Petcr a Rchdrtl took place last evenlng In the Aeademy. ln Barclay-st.. before a crowded hou.e. The Rev. Jame* H McOean prealded and the Rev. Protber Anthony, President ot Manhattan College. waa among the proml nent perton* pre-ent. The Rev. nrother Joaeph, tho prludpal of the achool, had eharge of the arra^gement*. Durlng the progmmma two play* were P?wn8rd. "FaUely Accused" and "A Pudde. Arrlvai- Onld medal* were awa*ded e* followa : For axcellenee James R Daley; elocuUon. Thoma* Mulrooney; BngNah corn ? HBt-T II Jo*-ph Paradlne; mathematlc*. Jame* R. Daley; porminn.hlp, Wllllam M. Murphy: history. Wllllam (.wm*; llnear drawlng. Wllllam Clame. and ornamental drawlng, Jamea R. Daloy. The flrst pitae for exVellence ln the aecond dlvKlon of the hlgh class wa* won by Joseph Cherry. and the flrst prl-e ta the thlrd divislon by Jolm Regan. The flrst prlie ln the flrst class wa* won by flVrfe W. Weir. and the speeial prlre for vocol mu?to by Joaeph O'Rourke. Otlier member* of the graduating clas* were Joseph K>-.ne, Henry Ooodwin. Joseph Kelly, Joseph SnUlvan, Joseph Edler. Bemard O-Connor. Danlel Bowman. Thoma* Gearns. Franels Loftus. Thomas Maloney, _______ 8 Jovce Petcr Redllng. James Kane. James tSSSey. JohT'Barron. \Vlllla_i *_*^*f_J^aV Flynn. Jeremlah (.'Connor. Herman K?.-.e. ??*?*?. van. Danlel Kane. Mlchael Cunneen Joseph Dootay. John Oartar. Thomas Daley. ???*? J3?- E?3 (-urrari. Thomas Loftns. Cornellus Murphy. *_iwaro Martin afid Edward MrColgan. A GRAMMAR SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT. Tlie sevenlh annual commencement of the boy*' department of Grammar faehool No. .1ft wa* heM ye' terdav afternoon. LeopoM Wnrnwer preslded. The talutatorv addr*** was dellvered by Frank S. Flt* glbbon, and the valedlctory by James T. Loe. ?88-tnl recltatlons and songs by the aindenb* nnd an sddre-s to the graduares by John Whalen, chalrman of the Board of Trustees. mnde np the rest of the programme. Thoma* J. Meighan. tho prlnclpal, dlrtrlbuicd tlie dlplorm-B. The graduates were Jcna* Ansbacher, CharleB L. Antony, Maxlmlllan Beojamln. Eugene P Bernsteln, Emll C. Beyer, Jeaso B- Wank. Walter C. Hourne, Frank A. Broderlck, Jullne 8. lionssel, John A. Bvrne* Bernado C. Carlock, James H. Dalton, Philip ?_____*, Charl-a B. Flncke. Frank S. Fit-glbbon, Wllllam 11. Fogarty, Albert D. Froat. Jo-eph IUgan, Edwln J. Hardlu, George C. Hardy, Alfred Hcller, Manfred A. Kelser. Wllllam T. Kelegher, Oscar Krause, Frank T. Kelly, Columbo L. Kelly. Jamea T. Loe, Vorman Lew, Cnnrle. Lowtnson, Adolph A. Llppe, Halllo McKean, Frederick J. Maeder, Joseph Kewbrlrk, Edirar E. Ollver, Charlo* B. Power, Frederick W. rVpTkrr-in. Augu__ C. Strobal. Ilarry W, Valentlne. Meyer Woiff. _ .'___?. . . a ?* OBITUART. COLONEL GEORGE THOM, U. 8. A. Washlngton, June 29.-Colonel George Thom (ro Ored., Ii. S. A., dled this afternoon at Garfleld Hos pltal of exhau-tloii followlng an attack of apoplexy. He wns born ta New Ilampahlre, and ln 1835 lie was Ippointed a taiSt ai *Taat Wat from that tatatc. After he was giadaatat" Iw a_B apptV-nted ? llentenant ln tho Topographic.il Engineor Coips. Ile had risen to the rank of major when the war began. In 18H3 he was transfened to the Englneer Corps. He was made a l ii 1880, and three year* laier alter forty yeara' '-ervire, lie was at hls own request plared on tae retired 11st. Ho was by brevet a brlgadler- gen _____ _-? DR. WILLIAM DL'NLAH ROXALDSONT. Dr. Wiiiiam Dunlap Honald*on, brother of Archlbald 0. Rnnnldaen, who for many years was seeretary of tho fnlun Tre?t rotnpnny, dl'-d y. -t? rd -iy at hls home, Xo. .3. W.?t Tu-.n'y-thl.d.st., from pn.ttmonla. Dr. Ronald son had b>a_n alling for several months from a eompllcatlon of dlscrders, so that hls death was not unoxpected. H? was born ln Pottavllle, Penn., January 21, 1850. He moyfd to l'hil_d"l|ihla at an early age with hls parents and ent.? .l lba lebeola of that city. In 1_07 he ent.'r. d the .iBa-lnal eoaraa ef LaaJgfe t.'nt\*rsity, from which n. wa . |iadll***d ln 1S70. He then entered th? Jef.er.on Medlcal Colle.e at l'hlladelplita and was gr.duated ln 1878. Immedlately af'crwnrd he became the reald.nt phy-lclen of Hu riiilsdelphla Ho?pltal and later of tiio l>ie.sh\terliui, the Wills aud other hoapltals. He then |irsctl>?_ medlclne la I'l.ll.d^lphla for sovwal years, when f.illine health compellcd hlm to travel. In 1899 he wna ;i of th.> PaetfU* Mall steamer Colon, runnlng be tw^en Panama and Sfew-T***. Whlle at TanumB Dr. noaaldaea eaatraeted a fever which elung to hlm to Ma day ef hla d.-ath. In 18'.'0 he BSBttal ln New-Ynrk atid began prjcti.;e at No. 138 West Twenty-thlrd-st. He leav.-s a wife and two chlldren. Th* funeral wlll take place ln Phlladelphla on Thursday. DR. T. NAYI.OR BRODFIELD. Dr. T. Naylor Brodll. !d dled at hls house, Xo. 106 Hal?ey-st., Newark, ou Sunday evenlng, at the age of foity-niiie. He was born ta llucks County, Penn.. ind was graduated from tiie OaUagt of Physlclans and Surgeons ln thls city ln 1872. Ile practlsed ln Kewark for ntno teen years as a speelallst. Dr. Brodfleld was a fine ling.ilat, Bgiatlag and wrltln- rtve langusgea. He was a fr.iin.tit .ontrlbtitor to mediol journal*. He lcaves a wife and lamlly. ALBERT L. COOLIDGE. Boston, J8aa -0 (Speelal).-Albert L. Coolidge, a well known business man of Boston, dled at his home ln Brookline early thls momlng, ?ged nfty-nlne, years. He was a member of tiie flrm of Houghton, Coolidge k Co., and was president of the Para Rubber Company. Mr. Coolidge was one of the mott actlve and ent.rpi-1* n?r m.'ii ln hls busineiis. He begsn his career as a subordluat.. In the houae where afterwBrd he became one of the le.-i..r?. Wiffn the __aaa_aa8B_t_a and MeabBBdaw Instlttite held lts Urst falr Ln Boston ln d_Sl Mr. Coolidge was ir.ade _ dlrect..r. THE REV WIL-LIAM M. OODEV. Warrenstnrc. N. T.. June 28.?The Rev. Wlllkim M. Ogd-n, rector of the Clinreh of the Holy Cross. fell dead ln hls pulplt whilo pr>"_<-hlng yesterday morning. H. -as flft.y-Ov* years of ??e and had been paator of the church for twenty year*. He wae well known in ____asa> I*U Church cir.k-s throughout the State. MAJOR JAMES STEWART. Xewbtirir. H. Y-. Juno ITO.?Maior James Ptewart dl"d her ? vsterdav st the sge of fortv-'ilne years. Ha was eugaged In btislne*. ln New-York, but r-"sf_ed here. Bt *er\'d ln tho Cnlon Army durlng tbe Rehtlllon. WTM.IAM MAHSHALIi. nichmon.l, Va.. Jnne 18 ? Willlam -ifar-hall, ar., liritl*h Vlce-Consul here for many yeurs, dled yesterday. iRJfT AXD VAYY IXTELI.IGEXCB. Wnshlucton, Jnne _9.?t'"lr?t I,|.-.itenant Edward DavU. 3d Artllbry, wlll r.'iiort lu peraon to tiie rotimiandlng olll ??er of ll..- Attill'-ry ij.liool. Pertotaa Monroe, Va., for duty a.a adjuunt nt lba ach.a.l, rellevlfig Captain l_a_8 V. Oaatara, _d aitUh ry, who wl!l then proceed lo joln hls bat tery (0), I''"'". Adann, R. 1. Artlllery?l-'lrst Meiit-nant Isaac N. Ijewls (promoted frmn -? int, 2t\ Artlllery) to the 2d Artlllery, Uuttery li, to .iKt?- from June 13, lb'Jl, vlco KleharUs, io tir.it. lie wlU pr?.-.-. d t>. joln hls battery. Infai.tiy? l.leutenant-Coloiiel Jonn IJ. l'arke (promotud from BBkfsr, li.th Infantry) to the _d Infantry, to date from Jun? 18, 1881. vke Hetch^^ retired. He wlll be a_ .igned to a .tatlon by the commuidlng general. Depart ii.t-iit of the Platte. Majf.r Henry B. Freeman (promoud from eagtaba, 7th faftaarj. to the 16th Infantry, to date from June 18, 1801, vke Parke, promoted. Captaln Oeorge K. M"irtinn>-gle (promoted tr.m tirat lleut.-t.aut. 16th Infantry) U> the 15th Infantry, Company 1, to date froiu June 15, 1801, \!ee B.irnl.am, retired. Captabi Ed gar B. Robert-on (promoted from llret lieutenant. Oth In faulry) to UM Oth Ii.I.u.try, (ompaiiy 1-:, |a date from June il, vke H*y. retired. Captaln Charles A. Bootb (promoted from flrst lieutenant, 7ih Infantry) to the 7th lnfuutry. Company K, tu date from Juue 18, 1801, vke Kreciiau, pruii.t/ird. Tlie foUawlag a-slgnments In the artlll-iy arm are made I Addltlonal Second Lieutenant D'aiii.'l W, Ketcham, 2d Artlllery, to a vacauey of ?>:c..iid UaaMaaal ln taa 2<1 Ari.il rv. Battary O, to date from June 15. 1.01, vlte I_?wU, uton.ot-d. Addltlonal Second I.l .ut-nant Williauj S. MiSalr. 3d Arflll -r--. tu a vs..ancv of ?e-ond Uaattaaat in tbe 5th Artillfry. Uatt.-rv E. to date from June 15. 1801, I-,. Piaelat, r-tit.-d He will rrnaiu oo duty wiUi the Hd Artllkrv until lurther orders Oa Ikt re ...Mt.'iut ittoii of tbe regimentsl ._uu.ri7fiiu.-r tbs follo-'iug transfeis ia the 7th Cavalry are ordered Secoud I.lauU-iiaut John A Uarn.an. fr?m Troop A to Ti.i-p L. &..'ond Lieutenant TUotnss Q. Doualds.in, Jr-. fr?. i. Tr.op C to Troop M. I ir?t M*-8taaal BtajBarla M. Purssell. _0th Infantry, slgiul ofll.'.-r. ls rclKV.d from sljiiul dulv, t . ? ? j,ii, 88. 1H01. ar.d upon the settlem-iit of hl? tel.-irrapii BceountM will gcaaaal to Joln bla pruyer .t.ti.si. Ttie fullowlng nuiiiol ..Hl. t., hsvlng . ompl u.-. tl... eaaitt of studr at th" ' nt..t Mattt Intii.tiy and Oavallf I K.nr.i". and i.avltig kata fotit.d l-ro n.-i-iit. act raWatad from further duty st the achool. _nU k 1! Ji.iii thall Bt I I '?'t;..n- 9) S|t'Hil.-f 1. 18(11: DCCoad f.'- ''?? i. i:.t Q **8I Y. Ptaaak, -* t ti letn'rv S-.i.tld I.l- 'lt.nn.it t? ur.'e A. _--L-l.m. n.1v. Oth Infjutrv Charles Sh.ler. Otdt.au.h> lJ_|iai-tii.*nt. wlll __a_aai fron. thls elty io Hook Island Arwnal. Ro.K Islaud, 111.. mi pu.Ua aualuaas ia M__u*cUBa wltt Us watar aoarar aad other work Io progre.*, ?nd upon tho compleUon ?.uaotl wlll ri'turn to hl* ?t*tton ln thi* eltr. rommtndrr IM* ln M. Shewrd ha* beax ordered to v#I New-York N.vr T?rd on JulT 7. MMt Bord ha* t?"J appolnted a-tatant ?ura.!on ln the N?vr from June 24, 1?M. , i , ?.-'? Vr?T_B_N K00AVE8 EXJOT THEBSBLYBi. Atlantlc Hlghland*, N, J., June 90--The memberB of the Duryea Zonavea. Mh New-York Volunteer ** fantry, pald a vHtt to thi* plaee today, a* the gueaH nf Wllliam F. Bent. Jnme* B. FUKe and tho PavonW Yaeht Club. Letter* of regret were reedved front Goiornor Leon Abbett. General twcxloa and otbara. ? ? *-?? TBE SOXO a DABUXO XELLIE Gr-AT.". From Tlie Chicago Trlbune. A state ?t. mu?Ic dealar: Thfl old plnntotlon tov?77*5? "Durllng Nelly Uray," wa* pnMlihed fli-t lu ****/? I do notanow bv wfiom. 1 wa* vt ? Iittle n..nle*4e the other nlght and *ome fr.lh. were there who were h?tu_[ po.ted abont tho orlgin of *OD|J whb'h **_ff****SS\ fiiiiious than they are abont nurV. <>?_ <___?___. .<i,ld what I have lt.*t toM you And then he *dded ?orae informatlon wl.teh w?* new to m'. He BaM tn*t vt* author was lici.Jan.lii II. Harnby. of Botlar ^J?n_Si f.I.I,) He was a pre.cher and au avowed .M.f.ntloniau He read an aerount of a young .olored girl whf*** n.nifl us Nellle Orax. who had bcni *o!d and taken away from her 808888X1 lover. __*__**A____-*_}*_S the ineld, n' aid tenl the words to a < hlcago flrm, tiu* n-ver heard anvthlng from It. A lorx _*m___B*__t* tendlng of tlie words lie was a vi-it..r al IM **"?___?! young lady who l.ved In ( oiumbu*. <>? W ?**?? ?r to pltv soniethlng. She said the h?d nothlng new ex? cept a ncgro lOOg whlch had reecntly COMB 0B?.. BBB then plaved ?nd ??ng " Vell! ? Oray." Humb) Mhefl tr see the rnaxlfl, whl.-h w?* granted, of f"..r-e. HaUMMi pointed out hl? name on tne muilc. She haI no' r>^c*B thnt, or if siie had sl.e had not eoii.iectcd the name *? her vl-ltor It w?? Ihe tlr?t Bme he had cv??r herd tt, Harnby wrote to the Hrm tlmt puhllahed the rnuslc c*u ing attenUon to ti.e f?wt that lie \vro?e the *?"J*W Tlie puhlt-hcr* *nt him slx conle* of the sonK, wh ? rti was Bl th- pay he ever rot The publ.?her*.."'<??"_% to tho g'.ntlemun who told the story, made a fortune oui of it. _0 Th* q?allty of St. Jnllen and P*nt?t C*?*t of J C-L -rt _ Co. can be speclally recommeoded; F. dc Bary * Co., ?ole ?q*ntt. Lenmrrhand Bonela*. ___*___? t"^.hrMJrh** ' *** Vtkrr. la Flnd Gflad I.lqflora. Any plae? where Carl H. Sehulti'. mtoeral watai* aae" .old. (iood llquors and good wit*? slway* go toge-er. -a MARR1ED. motiR-XTEPHENSON-On Wedne*d?y, Jun* 2?v 1801. j Ba?tai, r,t,d^ce of the hrld.'a parent*. ft Weat 121?t_t.. I citv bv Rev G R Van De Water, Sn??l Cleveland! Bt!eWn?oB to Dr. Chaunm Prstt Bri?x?. of Ithaea, ' DELAVEY-CORDIXOLEY-On tb* 180i ja**--0}' *0' R,v Wllliam N. Dtinnell. S. T. D Michael Def-iay. of New-York, and Mary E. Cordin?lev, of lallp. L. I MARSII-HARWOOB-On Thursday, 25tii >Bfl_._B *** realdence of Ml** K. 0. EMtman. aaafl.af *.* brM*, br tbe Itev. Newman Smvth. D. D.. Cn*rle? _. Man?, Ofl New-Vork, and May Trumbull H?rv?ood. NoSces of marrlxges nauat be lndoraed wlth fullI name and addre,sa. DIED. HACON-At H.rtford. Conn., June 38, Oaflrg* Ferdlaan* Baeoo. u'd^76 year*. *on of Uie R George BMon' oI Bnneral servlff* a$ *? r**ldf_?a of hla brother. H*__V'*-* Stlllman; 100 WoflS-RC. Hartford. Conn., Tueaday. June 30. at 4 D. m. CAIRNS-At last OrMfl*, N. J.. on the 27th ln*t-. Bea* jan.in F. Cairna, fl?ed 72 year* BadlXar. ._._'_. Viv Fun-ral ?ervl.-e? wlll be held from his late realdene*. No. 31 Pro?pect-?t., Ea*t Or?nne, on Tuesday, June 80, aa 3:30 p. m. . ? Cliiu-SEY-At Ea*ton, Peaa., on Btmd.y sventnf;_??_*\ 3-i 1881. Kate A. WllUami, wlfe of Charle* F. Chlflscy. iii'th* 47th ye?r of her ax?- . __ . .._ __., 1 Funeral Thursday, July 2, ?t 4 p. m., rrcm ner latfl real- \ flrara. _laMBi, Ba. CLAUK-At Fall Rlver, Ma*?.. Jub* 20, 1W1. Rlchard 8. t riurK. ?on of Rev. B H. Cl?rk, formeily of Brooklya. 1 X Y. in thfl S-d vear of bi* ar*. Int*rmf'nt at Plvmottth. MM*.. June 22. ' FLINT-Of aaaalMpy, Buuday mornlng, Ji i* 20, Benla. I .iln Fllut, In hU iflth year. ._,___ - . Funeral a.'rvlcea at hU late re*ldenc*. 1 Montagu* Tel? raee, Brooklya, W?dne*day, at 10 30 a ?a. BA??UBOB??BjMfli mto r*?t at fcer hom* M Bam*on, N Y. Jnne 20, 1PS1, Emnia Loul**, wilo *f W. D. r>arr1.on, of the Orand "ntoo Hotel _2"-Yor?^ Cttv. J K*iat.ve? aod fri*nd? ara re-pflttfally lnvlted to ?'?*Hid BM futifrsl ac St. Philip'* Church, .Tarrl*on-on-thaHudsoa, Wednesday. July 1, 1801, at 8:30 p. m. C*rria?f* will b? la walcing for taalB le?vlng Onofl Cen? tral Df-pot 3:30. OILT.MORF-.0n Mondav. Jur.*?. \_*t_*J*$ tUflaax.. a\ .l-raey Citv, Marv IsabeTla Otilnaore. _ucot*r 88 Mafl* Louis* and the late Ldw.rd D. OlUmora, Mt*d B n i - and 9 month*. Funeral Orlvate. ' HfONsHAW-isnddenly, on Monday. ,Jun. 80. at hi? rt-dnre, No. ^90 Adelphl-st., Brooklyn, William W. Baaflhaw. ln hl* 39th year. Hotlre of f.inei.l hereafter. QtriNBY-At Overlook. Dutchaa* Countr. N. Y_.B**JBa Danl-l W. Qiilnbv. a?"l 7C yeara, late of _^_f-X**_J_!_ Funeral fr-'.n :h* realdence of hls *l?t*r*-ln.law, tha Ml***a, Burhana, No. 7 Catlierlne-st.. PouRhkeepale. on Wedn-a-, dav, July 1. at 3 p. in. RelaUve* aad Irlend* ?** ln vitVd to attend. Intcrmvnt at Sauifertlea. UONAi.i)>'i.v Ou the 29th ln*t, aft? a Uagarlnx IB ne-a Dr. Wiii. P. Konaldaon, io the 41?t year of hla ??;*, Interni"nt In Phlladelphia, Penn. SOMr.H.s--At Hiirleyville, N. Y., Jun* 28, Ellzabetlu ?rldow ol W.rreu Souier*. Interrd ,it Woodlawn (.'-n.etery June 29. WafrnUiuton. D. C. and St. Paul paper* p!ea*? copy. 8TF.WART-At Newburg. N. Y., Junfl 23, 1891, M?Jo ,i ui - Stewart, axel 49 years, ?_____, Funeral .-,? r.l ,s at hla lat. i-e*i.lence. 53 Broadway. N*w. i.'.i " N. V.. Julv 1, 1HM. at 2 n. m. Member* of tha MUltary Order of the Loyal I.eirion and Lafayette Po.l, Ba. 1 io. 'J. A. It.. ?re lnvlted to attend. VAN U'W'KLE?On Saturday, June 27. at New-Brun* wick, N. I . Hattle W., wlfe of Oeor.e S. Van WlckTe. Funeral from her late rSfllgflBoe, 118 New-?t, New-Brun*. wlck. on Tueaday, June 30, at 3 :30 p. m. WA Tl iUIOL'SlT? Monday, June 'Ji, afU?r a Ilnfertng; lUti.-sa, Amv I'.. wife of William S. WaterhouM aa? j .Ideflt ilauch'ter of the late C*'-ar Hoyt. Funeral aervloM at her late resldencfl, 418 Weat 22d-.t.. Wudncflday ..-vening. at ti uVlock. Interni.'tit at VVoodlawn Thursday inornlni?. WATKIN'S-f'ti Mondar. June 29, Clarenee Van Zandt Watklna. iu the 28d vear of hls a?e. Funeral lervlce* at the rflflldflnea of hi* parent*, No. 7 WM4 188?i-flt., on W.-dneadar BTBB?e, Julv 1. at8 p. m. WIM'.-In BrooklyB, Maaflajr. '"n" 88, after a lon?- ill. nes*. Amanda, heloved wife of William Wl*e. FuiifralVHrsi, is W'< dm-sday, 1 :30 p. Ui., at her latfl re?l denee, 52 Oran?;e--t. Inti-rment at convenience of famlly. Gpeci.il Xaticra. "Keep's Hilk Neall.e Hhlrls," larae.t atock, treat-** varlety, 83 90 each. Broadway, betwaea Uth and 12th *t*. faavlnas Bank Uepoaitors .-ei.d name aud addrea ta I BlBfl v To., ti L'nioii Sijuar,', N. Y., for aomethlng of ? ter"?t. M'-iitiou this pa per. I'n.tnill,-.1 >oil--e. (Should be read dally by all lnterosted, aa chan.e* may. occur al any time.) l>.-u,-r-_tur fooiijii eoBBtrlCfl Bead net b* apccially m dr.'-.'d lordtapati-li bv aoy pirtlcilar ttoam. r. . >, mt wh. :i lt, i- fl?ilinfl t,, >? n,l ilupllcatt.a of Umkiiia and ??omn-.erclal docuiii.-i.ta, lattar* no' .-u<claliy aU_i-L-?.anl ovlng -mt _y Bl* f,-:,--t v..*?eU ?'.lillablo. ror-'lun mail* for the w.">k ondlnK July . will cloafl (pron.pfly In all ca?-e; atthl- o'.Tv;- a. foUows: Tl 17M)AY-At 10 a. ni. for S.intlnzo i. iilm. per *. *. M. \l'-o (letter* for Vcnezueja and Savanllla, ete., n.u?t bo UiM'CU-d "per M"Xlco" ; at 10 a. In. isuppleii.eaturv 11 :J0 a m , for ?arflps, p*r *. a Lflba, vla Bouthampton aud Uri.-Uiei|. WEDNESDAY-At 10.*. m. fstiiiplemenury 11 a. m.) . foy I'l'iitral Atnerka and SouUi Pa^lllc port*, jier *. *. Citv ,f I'ara, vla i',ilon lletter* for <?uaten,ala miust be dl* .' r-.t'-U "per City of I'ara,"; : ut 10:30 a. m. .suppl..|jILutiiry ? 12:80 p. iu.) f?.* Earope, per ? k Tmitonlc, m* Quea,,*. to.wi; at 10:3o a. m. iMipplcinenUiry 12 30 p. m./ for Lu. roi>e, p" a. a. City oi Cnlc**0, vl? Qu.-enatown ih-tt. ra rou*! ii>' dlreetcd "per Cltj ol Chleago"): it ll . m. (aup pl'-nK-iiturv 12 iu.) foi Yiiur/uela. CuraaBo aud BavanUla, vla Uur.i, to, |h r i, h. Phlladelphia d*tl#r* for other Colom. l,lan port. muat be dlie.-t-d "p'r Phlladelphia"!; at 12 a*. for itvlflliini Uirei t. per ?. ?. I'rl.valaiia, vla Axtwarp (l.-t BM* muat bfl dlrectefl "per l'rleaiand"); at 1 p. m. for Culia, per *. -. Haratoga, vla ilu'.aiia. Till Hr>l)\V At 11 .XO a. m. (?upplenienUry 1 p. n..) for _urope, |,r i, *. Normaniil., vla South amptoa and llam .1 I _,. in. iMiiipleiiii-ntary 1 :;nj p m.j f.'r lu-rniudak Orlnavo; at l p. m. i*BBDi**ieatary i :3o p. m.) iu, B. P-. anil Sant'iao, t'liha, p.-r a. ?. Baatiagot ut 1 :n> i>. in. f"i i'?rt , Kt-,,, ]er i. . K.nrtpkles; :.l J p. iii. (auppleineiitary .',?f) p. ni., for BBibaflXa and DflBa* i , ,, \ia Barbadofl, |.<i ?. a. P<>l?nl (if'tt.T- f. r ?U.,* Wlndward '-land* mu?t ba oti?-,-t ?! "uai Polanl"); al i :.y p. ri, (or NewfoandlaBfl. ja'r ileMner from HaBlax, lllIliAY .u ll a. m i?r Buila llio Jaa< ro an,l banto*. p.-r *. ?. Vandr.'k: at 1 |i. in. f,,r Lamp.-ii. , . nia;.?, 'la Laa.-o Md Yu.-iHan, [K-r *. ... Vucatan (letter* foi CmM. Tamplco and J u xt an. dlrect au 1 o_*i Mexteaa >tat-. m? Vera l>ui muat be dircet d "Bflf Yueaun". ; at 1 p. ni. (.upplemontary 1 :80 u ? l f.i st. Croix and M. Thotna* \.a Bk Croix, alao Wuid'vai'd lalanda duvct, p< t r *. ta.lt, ??; at 1 p. m- f?r lna*nia, i.onalve*. St Marv, Port d.- Palx aud <':.|>e Mavtl. pc* ?. s. H.r, \V. i !vo>. RATUllI?AY?At 12:30 a. in. for 'ra.ace. S? lUerLind, Italy Bpaln Portursl uml Turlcy, ikt s. ?. I? To.ir.iue, vla llavn at 12 ?'? t. m. Io' 'ire.it llrltnln (escept Lou i ireland, bm a. *? servi.. vla Queenatown ilettera for i.u.er pai*.? of EaroBfl bu*4 i>c d,i.',-t.'d "per Barvl_")t ^l 1 ., in. foi itrazll aud tli- l_ I'lata Countrles, vla Bra. Ill, >t. Thonia* and St. (rolx, vla St. Thon-.i*. Barbad.v* and Tilnlilad *uii Dewerara, via Uurt)*.lo,, per .. a. Alll r i ftom BewBort Bewa tl< ttu-r- for otiier Wui'lward laland* M?M U directcl -jxr Alliar.ca") j at 1 :80 ... in. foi .,".'ii"[>'-, u i - -. EflM, >ia SouUiampton ? :id Hreini-ti (letter* for i.n-at ilntalu texcept Lonoon), Ireland Fraueo, Bwitxar?nd, Italy. S|un,, PnrtuKal and T.irkiv. muat l>y dlit-e'-wl pei Ebw"1 : at 2 . m. tor ScoU laiiil d.ir.t. pri *. ^.. Ktl.iop:*, vla (ilaaymv doltar* mu.l bfl dli-. i;t--U "p'i l7Ui,opia", : at 2 :30 a. m. foi Oi^ Netber land. illn-it, Ml a. a. W, ikenuam. vla llotterdam (letfer* mtiM Im dlrv.td "Bai Werkwiilam") j at ."> a. in. for Nor. ?a. 'Iii..'. pri .. ?? Bfltflfl t'nU*ia muat |? d.rwi>*l "uea Norge") ; ?t fl a. m. for Fortune lMuud and .lan.alca, al*? Jaciiiel anl Au\ ''ay-?, Haytl. per ?? * Adiroodsck; at ? ;,. to. foi Ti-.i.\.ll.i. |,-r a. *. >. Otarl, from X.-w-urlean*; ;r. i ,.i p. ii.. for rat. PlarraMI%U4doa, per aUmuer from North Sydovy, N >,. SI'MJaY -Al 3 p. BL for t'o^U Rlc. \ ia LiMaa, PvT *. a. UlauanU, fiont Ncw-Orleaaa. Mu.l. fer l .im. and J.pan. per *. .. irsellc (from San Fruuclvo). do?e h, re duilv up to July _, *i 0 3.) n ??. Mall* t'.i th..< ilawetiau laland*. per *. ? .u.t.alia (froin San lr :,i, l? oi, ilO?fl here dallv up lo Julv 'ti, at 0 .80 p m. Mulh (or Au.tialla. B.W4U.I?M, Ha??n?n. Kiji and baii,oaii IBaoAf, per a. ?, Monowal (from Sati Fraiiclac,, iAm* here da.lv uo to Julv -18. al 0. :30 u. tn. (or oa arrlval at N.-.i-Yorh of .. *. t'mhrla, wlth Urltl.h inail. (oi AUatratlBl. Mall. foi tlie Soeietv Iilmid* uvr .hla City ni i'apcltl, i,froin San Kianrla-o), cio." lierr dallv ut, in July '}> al 0 80 li. oi. M all. f-.r N?'.vf..undland h rud '/-) Ilalifix. aud tln in- by -.t-aner. ???o~> at tlil. oflka dallr at H .*) p n.. Mall* fo. Hlquelon. ln rail tj Boston, ami Inoac. h? ateamer. rloa. al Bil* olhce daily al " 10 ii. in. Mail* for < uim l.v rail to TMap* Fia. and thfln.-e li. ateamer fallb ir Mondav* *nd Tliur.ilav., .-l(i>a al thi* ott'c- thllv *l 2.Sil ? ui Miila f?r Mexi.o ov.-r 'and, iiiili-** -j.-.-iuiiy addreMad for di*i?tvh l.y .t.-amcr ? '. *?!? ,1.? dallv at M a. m. "Trui.i.PaelU. i.ia'l. ir.1 forwanlrd to S?n FraneKco i,l. md ti, ?? I i-dule of elo.lni; l? arrancd on the pra umptlon of ti.'ir um lt.-riupud ovorland ii?u?it u Saa I'r.ii. Ii.d. 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