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?saetrstlng the designs of others. Put Sir Henry
ls well placed a:.d well liked at Madrid, and, on the whole, ls not thought likely to have that capital at present. Sir Edward Malet, a very different type cf man, t-:ii;s the Germans well, understands theil, has a rei! Un ,vvl. li.f Ocr mmi sffalis. la Uh d i: Ihe Emperor and by the People, and. altogether, has s Brm foothold st Berlin. Lord Dufferin ls Indlspenaabla at Paris, and Sir Julian Pauncefote, whose luccess at Washington ls c(|ually great in Washington It? self and at home. Would, if Shifted, have a vacan? cy Just BS hard to fill as l'--. raburg It ls by tbs Irony of fate that Lord Rosebery, to wh an f.Us the opportunity of si many diplo? matic n imlnatlons, should have bo few nun to whom he can offer them. Thera was, indeed, some talk ot Sir Gerald Portal for tbe porte, but Sir Qerald Portal, though he haa probably before him a distinguished future, la still a very young man. It would be so strong a stop to make him Ambassador over the heads of a donen availabl.?nominally available?Minis? ters that Lord Rosebery, with all his courage, miKht weil hesitate even to contemplate such a promotion. _ G. W. S. THE DR A M A?M USIC. "MADEMOISELLE DE LA BEIOLIERE." There is overmuch eonveraatlon In tha play which .na* .ivia Bf the French comediana at Abbey's Theatre last night. But lt does not drag. Bandeau placed the characters of "Madcmolaslla de la B. i gBere" la a drawing-room, and he gave to his Bsmedy tb* textais and spirit which are becoming to such a scene. His fal,rio ls light and when it is treated, BI lt was treated l.y M. Coquelln and -Mine. Hading, with a light touch, it la a pleasant, enter? taining play. The titular rok lesa aggressive than mipitt be expected?is OM ot ita ii-tiic ss .inti senti? ment, ii.-ie.iii noi in power si tile action progresses by BCCe*Sk>na of pure and still youtliful emoticm. it is one el Mme. Hading1* more trilling Barta snd one In which she relies aa nindi upon a winning presence for her effect as upon variety or -.pto : In her acting. Bbs Inti rpreta Helene as affsc- i tloii.tif. gsntlS and innocent. If B_8 leaves her abo somewhat col ark ss. lt ls the fault of the play. It ls doubtful If any ac tn M could clothe the heroine of this comedy In tbe genuine garment* of romance sn I pa-sini. Mile, de i.i Belgllers belonga to the race of ingenuous young ladles that has beea sus? tained in French action by writen Uko M. Peulllet ani M. Tbeuriet er uk* M. HaMvy In his later works. The beauty of Mme. Hading*a embodiment of the part consUta in Its close adherence to the dramatist's rath, r tepid conception. The tempt? ation must have been great to make Mila da la itself:!!.'re dazzling, to have improved the opportunity offered in the decorative tone of the time, and to have made her a woman of vi.il personality and Bsstume. Instead of that Mte was. last night, a young, modest, Impulsive but alwaya aristocratic and quietly gracious figure. The Impersonation Seem-"d ?t times a little cold and left the ii,ai-. Bnresponslve, but tia-- Instances of passiveness wer* really .Mme. Ila ling's taos1 convincing proofs of la-r Identification with tbe part. M. Coquelln has, in Destournelles, the revengeful sud scheming lawyer, * part In which hi* arl I* teen at its simplest and best. Th* man is crafty tr.d Implacable. Il" conceaia the:-" qualities under S mask of sleek urbanity, and even iti n moment of triumph, as when he rushes !?? fore the Marquis to announce the visit of the peasants io welcome the now and unwelcome heir to the chateau, tains his hold upon the neutral ground of civility and deprecation with that air of caution which i* the sign manual of a low natara M. fe,melin builds up the character with a va m.'.erf ul fli ets as to Its externals, bodying forth tbe "avoc.it" to the life, nnd in nil his discussions, in nil bis asides, his mobile features retain, amid their play, the one ur.mistakab'.e stamp of his profession. He is satur? nine, he protei ts, he ls obsequious or he is victori? ous; but whatever the pssslng feeling may be, the Stuff of the man fcmiiins subdued to th- color of telf-interest In which it work* There ls a linlsh to this piece of acting which M. Connella hus :. it anrpsBS-d In nnv ..f his representations this s--is in He aal Mme. Hadlne ha 1 excellent co-ooeratl. n la their ta?k last n|ght from M. Jean Coquelin. who enacted the Marquis, and made him ihe egol and yet d.'.Ichtful old royalist whom Helen, could net help loving. The younger M. Coquelln ls dis? posed to loudness, to mannerisms of carriage, ard to monotony of utterance, but he keep* these evil. at arm's length, and contrbres to produce the ll h'.ion at which he aims. So other sctots in the cast n. ed bs named. THE BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA There was but one unfamiliar piece of music on the programme of the concert given by the Boston Symphony Orchestra at the Music Hall last night. but the entertainment was exceedingly intercnting throuj-ho.it. It bef-tin with Brahms'? first sym? phony, which was followed by th* great soprano slr fmm Beethoven's "Fidelio." Than came the overture to Weber's "Euryanthe." and after that anothc vocal number, the very effective bul some? what trite leena from Mai snet'i "Herodlade," bepinnlng "Cehll dont la parole." TO iota'aa!" wa had the novelty, atv overtui entitled "IS?"" by TScbalkowsky. The singer was Mme. Kordics, who tang conscientiously snd well, though the did not disclose all the dramatic cnttnt of tb. two pieces which fell to her lot. The i I overture were played b tter than ant l n by the or .hestia In New-York thi* season, which aaa:-, of course, that from every i ?lnl of view the perform- ' ance waa thoroughly admirable. Whether or not tha - overture ls entltli I to a pla. ? In the scheme of a high-class concert I* a que*tl eaailj am 'en !. lt ls ii bit of "occasional" mutlc with ? : tendency. Obvli u ? to humor tl." patriotism of th* C_a*r'? people, lt is Inter depict tbs discomfiture of Bonaparte In ihe .*?: campaign, and if it could be accompanied by a picture of th.- retreat of the French army it w uld fulfil Its purpose admirably. It I* a fr e fl ri I tween a Russian folk-tune and the "Marseillaise," Rccompani -l by th" ringing of church !>? -ils ar. I tha booming of cannon. But there is a great deal of Inga nulty In the composition, nra! lt work* ai. a most exciting climax which, unfortunately, si to mach of the circus that In rpi te ,-f the diver sum which lt provide*, on csnnoi accept without a meit,,! r.-.o-rv a.ti ei t :,.- it p:..pr!--ty. ANTON SCHOTTS RECITAL. Anton Schott, who reapp.ran I bsfors the New York pa'.,lie Issi Bundsy night sfter several y< of ai,.- ' irranged a .-."res of three r.?? Of Q ncaa BOngS, to l~- glVi ri ,n CbiCkerillg 11.11 l". . : ? tlon t Ith his nephew, Albert Bel itt, of Wi ti, and Alfred Ernat pianist The Hrst of thc.--' took plac yesterday, and In th" indispo Bitl-n or bis nephew the elder Schott took upon lc -if the burn.a of the tntire programme, with the ace,.tion of on* or two plano pieces. Herr B. I li-s felt rh- bural of tim* but lightly. Hla Vole* Ifl of bul little les* robu*t vigor and tireless elasticity than .v.-r it wai ten yean ago; and ll oe ? illy lt fails t., respond to all bli exacting de upon it. the .kill wi'h which he use* ll is nt to atom- f i- snd to conceal largely any of.il ry shortcomings. Herr Bcbolt't Arti programme contained Loewe's dramatic ballad., "Herr Heinrich Bltst am vcgel h?*rd" and "Archibald Douslaaa" and three Wti r. ri ? a lectl ns "Am Btillen Heerd." Walther* a- In "1 ? tertlnger": Lohengrin'* Fare? well, and :'. love, ni fr-.rn "Die Walktire"; alsa the tenor aria, fr,n;i "Euryanthe." These he sinn with ia,ii,-a ? dramatic fervor and conviction, and with bs ? if i hrssing, ?> vigor of declamation and ? learness of enunciation that m.ei.- them a great leilah! to listen to Several tonp. o' a 'huraann and I-'r.in/, and of Mr. Ernst, Jf.-rr I -v ??"- mi *;-.-. -. :?- also beautifully sung, though ll rr Bchott'i style lacks In - ?? i'- -'ie.illy lyri ? qualities ne. ? - aary to sssba th., full manie'of tliese compositions. rag riggr or rici ai bscmttiox _. .___u_a.?ii io n:r. riunrst.i Washington, Jun. il. Tb* President and Mrs. Cleveland gave the nrsi of tin- .-aries of official receptions this evening. It was in honor of thc Diplomatic c -rps and laat?d from 9 until ll o'clock. lt ". is u dingy vv"t Bight, which bad tba effect to j ?ska the Wi.ite Houaa Interior all tba more at? tractive snd al.o p. bring must!-, carly, so that tha reception began on the str rk* Of B. A long line bad ab. ly formed through tb* privet* corridor when tn* President and Mm Cleveland cam* down m ina- Blue leora, followed by the Vice-Prcaldent aral Mra. Bt. . ol th* i ablnei circle, , 4.J taking their usual pla. aa assistant*. Tb* diplomata v. ti .- ,, . ...,.,. daughters, as gneat* ..t honor, v -r- pr. tented drat the Ambas rt'i ..? of c.reat Brimin, Dean of the Corps taking precedence The men wire resplendent with royal aec.-irm.ons and jewelled orders, the representative* -L S*1 Britain Germany, Russia, Italy, -Austral aaa sweden being thc most striking Ogures. (Jen oral Schofield I I the Army snd Admiral Chemrdi , i.-'i -v- Many ofliaers were accompanied liv r ?ames, some by whole families The Supreme Court bbbj conifrvstionai elrclaa were well represented. BUB PICTCRE OF TUE CRUISER NEW YORK. Amoru- the patatinga on exhibition at the I'nlon I*r*-U. Club layt. evening was a picture of the ' J nlted Stair., U;,K?:ii|> New-York, painted by Ki.ink- I ih" H**"for'1- This re; resents that superb vessel at the enormous Bpsad Of -H. knots, passing In review tK-fore the Bocretary of th* Navy, whose flaK flouts whiik Uitln 'n Mth<:"' "f f,;" ,,ir'',:iUh boat Dolphin. ?Ur'-ii .!!Leru,*'r"" ^uns salute. At the forward B-rnL! J.ard.*"''n' >? displayed the secret naval code 2?,?ih UVT5' hidlcatlng "I am Mady," winch was *X*? .!.i,y '*1,'ut'"n?nt-Cemmander T. II. M. Mason, "S. Wt ,?mcer of the ship, wt the srtist's request. Whir* Pil tur* Wus l"dntid from the plans from Nav_J VI1' veM<l *'as built, courteously supplied by tsatS!,. .n,,.truclor ^^ N1*'"> ?nd from Inttan kln-iv Vi oto'rra,ph? of the sreat ottlclal speed trial. amneroi.I I""'"1 ,,y He"ry Cramp, together wltn Port _*- i. ??i!.". Via sketches taken both in this don* tJi?. Philadelphia. ?>d nothing wa* left un ttoa __. _-.ii an acturate architectural representa Bti4y ** *? "'"Bc ?nd thoroughly nauUcal EXTENDING THE CHARITY. MORE DI8TBIBXJTI0NS TO-DAY. _____ EFFECTIVE WORK which THE thu; UNE FUND IS DOING AMONG Tin: roon. HO IV EACH DOE LAE ls A El'I.I ED. PLANS SOU PITRTHER BEUEP-THB .ONLITIUN OP Tin: PBOPLH ?.\ CHBRItT HILL-A Mix OF WIU-TCHBDKBSB AXD F1LTII THB PATH CK a MISSIONARY A_IO>!?_ MISERY .VS"!. STARVATION. The Kev. \V. T. Klslnir. rastur of tho I..- Wilt Memorial Church, in Rlvington-st., employed a mmber of men yesterday to distribute to needy families the groceries which wera Bent to tli ? Dilston by The Tribune Coal and Food Fund. The .ost of the fool given 1" each family was al. Il is ?nrprising to and how much can be b. ught for ll when the buying is tiona- in largo quantities under favorable conditions of the market, as ls dons by the agents of The Tribune fund. Qrocsrtei : a" 100 families were sent to the mission, and a large patt jl them were distributed yesterday. Tie list was as follows: Five pounds of hominy. Two pounds of oatmeal. Two pounds of codfish Tw i poonda of cormd beef. Four quarts of beana. One half pound of tea. One pound of coftee. ? nie can of condensed milk. Every dollar of the MOO subscribed by the peo? ple which was spent for these articles went as far as it is possible to make a dollar go ia pro riding nutritious and wholesome foot! for destitute tsmUIca Every dollar contribute- win i.- spent to buy a list of groceries li!.,- this on* in usofiihi-as. r!is articles being selected with reference to thi needs of the people wh i are t,, receive them. Ti: VP.S ol' CK.VTITll'i:. Among tia- families who received aid yesl rday nere several wh.pitiable condition wit d. icrib l la Th" Tribune yeaterday morning. Th- haskel of uncooked food were tak-n quietly t,, tia- home* and l-.ft there, with a cheering wad. Tears atood In the <yes of the women as the life-giving bundli i were placed in their arms, nnd the ch.il.Inri stopp,-.I crying with wonderment that there shoal,l bs such pl, atv-. Many of them emil not remember when ther ? wai si, much t,, , ut in the house bef .re. s ime ot the men, hardened by want and Buff, ring, c .tu? la.-:' ly brok* down wh.-n th" food was brought in. They bad resigned themselves to des] ii'", and th" revulsion was t>?> great to l" borne a* .lily. Fuel was also supplied to many families lr "l the minion, and lt wns not long after ila- messenger* af charity had departed that thc few cooking uten? sils which had not found tt.eir way t> th. pawn? shop wre brought Into use, end tia- biasing dr* which warmed th" bom* wai', cooking fo if." th* half-famished families Th" meal* which followed, eaten with hunger foi- sane.-, to tho-,- ;.pl" tasted as good as, and perhaps letter than tia- Cholc. 't dishes to which epicures sat down. There waa in them n .' only the plesaure cf eatinv. but n'so the pk-.o ur. of living. in oth-r part, of the cay mission v. .rkera were busy all day visiting v.,,- homea <f ::? poor :, Investigate their cas.-s in order thi' only th. ni me* ot the worthy ahould appear i a ths lists of fsmtllea who will h.- relieved during the next few days. Two lists have ben completed, and ts ? i ? >: ? ' distributions will be ma l to- la of the city. Two hundred famllte. ia all -.viii !??? fed. Tia' morning work will be among ],. .;,: on th* Weat sib. There wis a distribution of Kroc, ri,-; sm. ng them las' Saturday ?*' venty-flvc Df proceries among ti'.-m last Saturday. Beveni families will receive food each to the vaia.- ..f .-" to-day. Nearly all these families consist ,,f v :< iws and small children. WHAT is To Bl OIVBN TO-LaVV. The following list of groceries wail b- given t, each family: Five pounds of hominy. Two pounds of ontmeal. F'.ve pounds of cornmeal. Four quarts of b Two pounds ,.f rice. 'I'v. . pound* of c ", m ' p lund* of purk. . '., -half pound I f ", I, Th" for* ?- lng list comprl ? i vari, righi artlclea which are n.o.t in demand among the c -i 'Te i : ? -; ie. A family ' l four .>:? ti vt- : '.in- f,,r s- ??? ral dayi .-; T aftei ? dlstrll tulon will t ike plsci in anothi r Easl HM" district. One tw. nty-flve families will ? _ rec. Five p..'.it: is i-f i. ? Five pounds of hominy. Four p ? i Four quart - '?: '.??:,-. ? Tu i pounds of p ?r*. i ?? hall : i of tea. Thut list, ilk.- tie- others, will '.?? provld. : ? a c ist "f ,i a family. There will ).. a dlatributlou in a downtown I s,d" district to-morrow, and another dlstr from tb" Marinem' Temple, ;<". ale:,..".:. .. Monday. ...,.,,. ?? ,: ?. ;.r,. ,,. ? ;,- by I : , Imp Hi : ' ? ... lill' the ?? ! ? s who are ac latomc I to deal wil the poer acquire acute percepi a lt, distinguishing i 1 feign. I 'I-'*' -'"? Th" lt" v. .! >" Y. : ; ? r of the Mariners' Temple, .?.*. v- . trlbutl '?:' . '??? rle* took pi ic* 11 il a nda. di of an unworthy attempt ' re aid which i ll I The Incident shows how careful is ile- ia estlgatlon an i ) ow .? rtaln i* l? thal the i I tb; Tl - Tail, ai" fund n l( '.- I ?! I --rv ? :,-? p. .pie. "Tl family," he --aid. "sent in ?. pitiful itoi i il ? ?i a-a Itlon. I Bent oil" of my ni -, vi ,t t.:,- bar.,- ..ral lind out nil aboul the '--eic The p.-opie ."i.i ;, ?.,i tall <.f woe. The) . that the cupboard wa* b-ire and tha: the ;'in i r waa scarce. They displayed the empty co . : other .--!-<t.s of want. Something In th. however, aroused ti." suspicion* of I ic missionary. who reported that the caa* would bear further In veat Iga tion, 'illl-: PRAL'D NEATLY BXPO-ED, "i sent an ither >.i my h. ip. ra lo ti..- ti iuae a- sn o'.d clothes dealer. He asked If they bad any cl. ? - '.. offering good price* for suitable ti Tie- woman brought out a r-lik dress which she had car. fail" hi i .. r: av ... Il appeared th : th. dr. was somewhat worn, aad she 'ivan: _ to buy a new ona Tha agent learned, also, that sb* had an? other silk dress sad other valuable clothing, Fi rn children In the neighbor!] > >d lt was learned lhat tl ?? family which had appllc. for relief had ne rn ? birthday purry for <ir\>- ot the young peopl* within a week and bad spent con*ldcrabl? money upon lt. "I visited a trad'-ai,an mys-o' t, Inquire about t!i" family, and learn. 1 lhat they Were BCCII t< m 1 to pay their billi with clucks on a certain bank l went to the bunk and aak*d for confidential in? formation about thei.i. explaining why I wan: 1 it. I found that tbe head af rbi family Bad sevi ra! hon _red dollars In tbe bank. No grocerli i wer* lenl to that family, but out of HO famlllei visited, that was the only one which tri'd to impose npou us." LOOKING INTO Niall.Y CASKS. A Tribune reporter accompanied on* ..f tb* mis? sion rica "f th.- Temple ca ber vlalta yesterday aftern . ai .maris' ire- people waa. ure applicant! for uld from the Tribune Fund, Tbos* cases ..f want which are found worthy will b- relieved A Iar-" part of the afternoon was (pent in Hotham < in Cherry HUI. Qotbam curt is one of thc most thickly peopi'd places on the Bast Side and om- of the wretcht -1.-st. Within a span- about ISO feet long bv seventv-llv"'- Wide there are four rows of old brick tenement houses in which nearly MO people live. The r.w-t of boosea som* four and soma five stories _____ extend back from the Street Fair of the entrances an* Bl ?'h.-rrv-st. .in- of tb*S*j en? trances Mad* tote n bar-room and another Into a rag-picker's chop. The space, between tba rows ?.f Incases me in.re oiltys. The middle uli.'V. which is tlie widest, is abOUt a-ight feet wide. Standing 111 ch- try-st. and looking toto it one BBSs many people OB the ground In that narrow pac . Children nols,ly and rudely playing; man totteriag aboat aad woawa exchanging ,*osalp or hurrying from door to door. Above there ls a strange tangle of Ih?escupet which have been utilized for rubbish heaps and storehouses of all ?orts of thlngt?br .oms, aid boards and boxes, broken chairs, pant and lottie.. and what not. In every conceivable direction clothes-lines ara* atretcn<-d, bent down with long lines of ill-washed clothe*. The heads of many Italian women appear at the windows. They chat with each otii-r. and tb* ?mooth, musical language Of Ilalv seem* Strangely harsh In their cara" . ' j.na: IN GOTHAM COURT. The Bid* albys ar. narr "vcr. They are not more j ] than thre* or four feet wi le. Th- s-nm.- scene* are rep. : | there on a smaller .cr..'.-. In order I i enter , ! either of these alleys ..ti" baa I > posa through aa ir.m arch. Th- gat* hai been tai:-a away, bul enough remains to civ unpleaaanl raggestlona of a penitentiary. This Idea '.. n >t dissipated by the sppesrsne* of th.- bouse* tnsld* th" alley. Tha small window* with tiny pines of glssa tbs low. ' dark doors, through which iron gratings caa bel Been, aa 1 tia. bars brick wa".'..- ar" :;'??? thoa* of a prison Tia- ['..pie move ab .at fr.ly. os tbs] pn- .ir-rs -:-. during "exercise hour" ic. the Torana All the d.. rs are alike, all tia- windows .ir- alike. aal i,;: . ,1 ipldated, forlorn arl forbidding. A' th ? end of the Blley I* a small open apace I. c [j, i th ? "forge." A blacksmith sh ... I thei many yeara ago. when the cherry trees gi iv ,,. c.i. ray in;;. Fut the cherry trees and th blackamli i sh rp disappear. 1 many years ago. Then are a few outhouse* ther* now, but a apace about tw.-nty feet square is open, and there tba wind Kath, rs In fore before lt aweepa down the alley. Most of tie. ir. families which live In Gotham Court are Italians They are 'longshoremen and laborers of all kin ls. It waa not possible to lad out ex.-t, tlv bow many were out of vv .rh, bat fa. re appeared to be few who bad ?teady employment : Their tenement apartment* consist mostly of two | rooina each. Those .>n the ground floor, which ls; on a level with the street, are dirk and damp and have usually one r-,-tn ? ich. liven them poor p ,:,;.. will nol live In these lowest rooms if they can lulp it. They ai" tc dnrk and too .lei,Hy. Many ,.f them arc empty, and sen.- hut.- been ua I f,r sanitary pur] KEPT PROM A CHANCB TO WORK. Ons of ihe famill. visit. I waa American. They ! j liv. i ,-n the ti.ii i floor, al mt half way dosm th? j . alley. The maa waa Intelligent ii" bad -i wife and tiin-e children, the youngest a baby In ami;!. Family pictures and bri t cards decorated tl." walls, which iv, re covered with cheap but good , paper. Everything waa clean and well kept, but hare of luxuries. The man 1 ld bli tory: "I .un a moulder by trade," he i lld, "but I have lately worked .rank. !? re .ml ., t any ii eli I could gel :..ii. i have not had ateady work for aeveral yean i i i on account of the opposlUon ,-:' l tra,les unions When 1 was learning my trade, tier.- waa a strike In my shop. Th* man with ? i whom I worked did not j---> out, and, of .te, I stay ol with him. I have bern a marked man by 1 r tu . si I go to a I , ? I cannot get v...ri. or I am f - out . ? :. aft. r I I- gin to work. I have tri. I lo j Join Um unions several times. I would have been ', willing to support them snd con ply with their rul. -. but th.y always inn tr lt in my face that l worked ? ' against th m v.h.ri i was s mere boy, aral did not know much ab nt My name ha- been ? i .-.-i .-ru! times, .?:: 1 BlWS) I : .- i I i. : They have n fu ?? i to allow me t.. earn a living ; ir my family. Now 1 am !>.:: r ni ll .. and n -? iln tb :?! lld. Th il li the w..y thej treat m my men Uki THE HUNTS wnp ll THE POOR PAT. "I have vt---; i moally on tl.- wharves thia win? ter w ht a 1 co ii.I lind ythli I i d >. but I have i it boon al le to earn in >m h to ipp ri my family." I "'low much do : i ,'.:.- I :.".'" Was ask'-l. "Five .1 liars a Month." "Ia that what ail ths families ta Oothan I payr "Mos! of them pay that There are a few lei menta of thr ?? , r four r om ? whl ?'; rent for ' or $10 a rn -nth. The ? Ingle r Ural bi lng I . it not many of I ipled." "Do the p. ? ; lc bera lind ti ilty In i u ? lng i r ???: ? ' ? th. v ar* qui. kly put out if th. ?? d . ? ? ? ? j-,, it,, be .liff, rent Thi i place I ,. ? ci r ago l ho ? 'i in tw > worn :: lo ."'.. 't the n nt* an I 'ty. Th.a they let the J rut to ??- IT Wet lt to an Italian. I i t the II io every ts > montht to the man who ihe I ? ? i In l c.... v ri make* a i I of I by I but h. M THE I'l HST ASSEMBLY LAH. The f urth larg* lubsci nn 1 tb* I ' nt I ? ' ? ? ? ? ' ' ? a ? ia ihe ail :'...- i I John 0 I . ? ? ? i il ?!, I '1 ? ivor*, Irs. Thatcher M ... Ueorge H. 1 ?? Lloyd S ...-?;? i . , " Clarence Cary, Mra. > li r. Mi i, ? r, Mi ? .-" v lt. ? 'i Cutl ' '?:'.:?. Butler l> ir. ? I Thoi ? | i ? . . lin, Mrs. ?>;. ? ? p, ter :? ll ' H :a li -,v '.eii ir l M Hunt, Mr .', Irian i lr.. Mi R. J : ? ' y Kane, Mi Jol tl K. -a Wari ' "i ll,,b ? ii B M..' iiii. :.! .i 1".,: un M >i jan, Mi i A irs. 1 Irs. F. K. ? ... Mi Fr. i lie Pi ler, Mra Chai A. Post, Ml la I. Il Mrs. ',"? Ilium Sch Fred*rlcl Bhel dOI . I ' : V. . H. '.'.".,id , Vrthur Welman. Mi Oeorge Peabod) Wei Ml - J ? in ' '. V. iiu.' .-.,a :, Ml I- I . ia ivil ?s-.m of ihe strang rt present were M. itaym ?? I Le Q ; Baron Fal on, ,.f the Belg ii i - il i Alejaa ir/- de Padilla, of Spain; Baron Nechtritx, of Oermany; Alex an bri,'."! n, of Paris; Mrs, John V. I. Pruyn, . f Ali, iny; Mrs. Mel" no Igh, I t Han I'r i I Chev. : >;? -a,, lib I. Livingti in, ..f Kaltlmon ; Miss Olivia Cu ihlng, E. Ama | I' man. Leo Everett, C II. Oil), a. jr., Holker Al,'.oil and .-' t', .-'. ..a. i, ,,f Bi tlon, Am. "a the Mu gu a. i ere Mr. and Mrs, Fri I ? rick W. Vam! Thill, Mr. snd Mra fleorge L, Rives, Mr. and Hrs. B. C, Fort.-!, Colene! and Mrs. ai Jay, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Mill , ..ii a i I Mr . .loan H Bavl . Mr. an i Mr rVIPI rn I?. , the Ml t< B_ian<, Mr. and Mi . Paul Tucker-man, W, Watta Sherman, Mr and Mrs. O, Frai kl) n, QUI erl Franck]) a, Mr. sn i Mrs. c.. ii: ll. lu nd, Ihe .. Bend, Mr. an i Hrs. Arthur Tw .r.ibly, Mr. and Mra. <; ors B I ?e Fore i. Mn At. - inder 8. \11 bb, the Ml ? ll ? bb Mi. snd Mrs. ?'iiar!-? F. II a verney ar, Mr. and :.i rs. H.lews, Mi snd Mr... 'i'.. , i ,: ? A. Havemeyer, .lr-. Ml** Mari* Winthrop, Mr. and Mi , E. '' Potter, Mu i Wining, Mi -. i ." Willing, Mrs. W. I). Morgan, M - Mora m Mr. and Mr . Pi'rrj Bein ont, Mitt Mamie Flel I Mrs. Alcxand r Van Ben ....-:-. Mis-, Van Rem !-,:,-., Mr- All rc Adams, A. Newbold ..1 - - J. Langdon Ervlng, Mrs, Robert Woodworth. Mira \v.Iv.'ortl. 'i - na,1 "? ?w?li in, Augu it Bel Mr. Mi i! m I Bl'?ai ?. Mr. and Mrs. pi rry Tirrui'. Mia and Mrs. Joseph laarocque, jr., ii nry Chi. ncey, Jr., Ml. Madeleine IHnsmore, i;. nj V ll ui. h.. Mr. and Mi -. Livingston Hunt. "dr. snd M . '"r trie Tucker, Mr, and Mrs. ii. McKay Tv. rn:.iv. Mr. an i Mrs. Hi..,,.- p.,,, 1; n ,.. aa. I Mira vv Bayard ?'uttim., ,-iir Roderick Carn? et a ti,.- Misses Cam. ron, Mr. snd Mra. John K Cowdln, Mr. and Mrs. st.,ni-,- Mortimer, Mr snd Mrs. II. N. Potter, Mrs. Ferdinand Wllmerdlng Mrs. I. F. '.. em. .chan, Robert C. Sands Val, nt ne ?:. Hall, Mr. and Mra Fernando Vanagft M Alice Post. Mr. and Mr Herbert Pell, Mrs' William I.. Bi.? Hi .- ^ Inc. nt Higgins, ? !olon< l uni Mis, Frederich Lent Grant Miss Julia Deni Cr.,nt, Mr. ard Mr-. J. Borden Harrimu:,, .Mr. and Mrs Hermann Delrloha, Ml*i F:iir. the Msrqul*e .I- Talleyraad-P-risord, Mrs. Rlbridgt T fWry sir .md .Mrs. Ernest La Montague, Mr. and Mra .?. J, Wysong, J. Wadsworth Ritchie. Mr aad Mrs John Alexandre; Mr.. Jamet li Reekman, Mr. and nt Tiffany. Mrs. Blltha Mr.. Jam Mrs W. Bl or -Mill' r, I .ui?. oo. ,-,?, ?'""".? ;: '"? '"'u'ly, .ina r.aa i.a liver, lr., Mr. snd Mrs. Sain, y Dillon Ripley. Miss Cornells Robb, Mr.. Henry i,. Burnett, Mis* Fannie Tad,-.-. Mr. niel Mrs. .. lt. Alexander, Alexander M Hodden, Worthington Whitehouse, \v Remten VV.-Pli. Hdwln <'rownlnshl.-l,|, James I). Kin*, an-l .; -itlhue livingston The a \t ani last asBwably ..r the ssaaea win ,i I , ,,., February I. A COLONIAL iT.ru UINnir yon .-. /,. scott. A compllracntary -taner win be given for A. 1!. Sett at th"' Colonial .'lal, to-morrow ,-wnlng. Covers Brill I" told f.r seventy-Ov* or a hundred guest* Mr Club, rind i .Scott wns one of th- founder* i.r th, now n trust..... He has always bass lr., and ls a gr.-ut favorite ls shortly to go abroad -. ami the dinner will give hla fit, n,is an opportunity to wisb bim a oafs aad happy voyage prominent m lt*, n-Tain.. among the members. He for bUSln? a:"1 pleasure. HSHOP POTTER AT HOME. ns COMMENTS ON ITALY AND TURKBT. r.vr.vs IDEAL Ki:.'.: ":"ii;: sui.TAfra MIBTAKB? PRAISI :".>;: TUB TRIBtTNE'S i:i*'.n:i-' WORK. Among the ps* -????: ra on tbs White Star Line teatpshlp Teutonic, which strived here early yes irday morning, ws* Bishop Henry C. Potter, who i.s. been abroad f.-: tha laal three months A 'iliac. ? report ; saw him in i1 i at tho le. Hons -, in l.ai.iretie p|;i(,.. "?, um glad to get hom* ii';,ia." a: il 1,1 bop Cot? er. "I havs bean away for eighty .lays, and forty I these wars *penl ..a the ocean i -\:.t tu ba . busy man fur some dav--. 1,00k at thia mall," nd be allowed ? great psckags of let! ira "i hav. i.a" i -av vacation very mac!.. Most of my time I sp *.: in Italy and Turkey. Italy is a much slsunderstood country, and sicily I found most to Melly, a* you know, ls an Island, lt as I-., n little ii:!i>i' ! I 'I I" tl * ' '. ? itlon Of the ilngdom of Italy, ei- In other s .rda ic- Influei.i rbleh mada Rome, Naplea Lombardy aral Tuscany av,- i,. n felt only feebly to sicily. T ie ( . lu. i'i 'ti on the Island ls low, bul when I waa here in IM I waa agreeably surprised st tba prog rsa sicily bad mi de, and by tba evident tocltoa |.,n th.- people thowed to get. away from the old iandit Hf.-. Hut tlc island ls behind Italy. Tho .pl.. an- easily Influenced by unacrupuloua politl al (cadi rs aal l.y fanaticism. But in Justice to be .';,'ilia- i let me i i) that they have a grii ranea t ls abs, ale landlordism, tha same aa to Ireland. '"ii!" owners of estates In sicily merely draw their inti and nev r visit their estates Ths co if rent* li placed In the ian's ,,f agents, with the .?suit ii ? ls i ractla -I. But at 1 re crli I out and 1 :.. are right vial tbs pitt- of ii all is ihat it gives the world h- Impression thal Italy has no telf-conti hui iii,, p ? unable to govern themselves "I i la s eru I mb ta ll uk th it th. ? t t'ne iiat (00 -.. ir. ihowi ai iitn-r todd lerole lacrlllce and high purpoae in the rel irmlng ind founding of a great State than doea tne history if Italy. The Italian hna a great capacity for self l< nial an I control ind a i ?n ( di votlon to high : he Itali int .... a King wh i ha ... h. n t it | cl. is dei ? .bi.-.-ts. in, i i.i tbe tin-.-' sample ..r whal .. king tbould be, in all hit lualltl .. of all th. men I ever knew or heard of. ? a"---: i an eminent [tallai nan?I cai ill his name?1 hal th ? ?nl leral of Italy ha I i.n ? bout too quickly. I agree with thia aentlment if is had I,- a a little i low< r there w ruld ?a ? . ' ? ti nf spirit and I Po-day ri., re exist , t .-? different '? unti , . . ? , . . , mp,,, i , , I beti ns ca" of the ?ouih. rn Stai r.la and Kentucky, for In itan. ?? The ? dil '"rent Italian ' ' . .?r State rei-,? ns. an I the entlr ? ? ?: ii.ti-. ting problem i ?-d iy I what 11 " '" '" ":.f Turk . ' Tr.' illl ia ? i io nior.- for the .-' iii in In Constant li nple there are '"'-"" 1 copi ? . ? ? i are dre kt, an I ttlmatlng, ' oo ??? Vi m. i ms. Bo there ire nml.? ? ? ? i for Mahon ml i meant, "? ? : .; rm in In tl ? r -.. r coal I i tho gre it lake. ? when the Suit ? - ;'????? The ti ? ip whi. ha , tiled him ? ? In a ul'..i a -? Ilk" I ? hi ? ?: 4 " ir, ? : ?!.- di l n >t Uko it. The "' lure quo Tai I Ith aaa i m wa ? tl md me I. and ??lill it the Cl ,- e ?? ! ?-? a of || ?: When tsk I iboui .. ? ..[?.-?, tilli r wanl i which ci - md alu ia I, I p Potter iald: " ia my tra. . ? , <;,-.?.-,-.? ind Tut ki ??". ! ii ? ? ard little ot the dlttr -.? in he large foi .-|>. iv beard ? l " The : i irter toll ll Potter "f the rell vhl ic-!. e by i h. Tribune, "Th. i ia. like N. ... -Yuri to i very em. i ? ri >li g fn rn hi lalm** I, i? .Imply eplcn il ;. lt . - i - i ralte and tuj. THE >'ll \PSED HAWAIIAN INTRIGUE, A MORE POWERFI'L WEAPON NEEDED. i Tin (Dem.) I'nless . -. i pi M !? nt lal remind i tn be used only with this lame the part of the I'nlted State* in -lr..!- i 1 ti- gn ? ...al platl n ? , - Govern :.: .-t a cai (Vn.t-18 NOT To RE MADE A SCAPEGOAT. " ' . Sun . I ' a, , lt i? a ? ; el - Mi v - - ? i ? i ? ?- . ? ? iii l t.. : I . vi. .-: i". i , i Ka tl. in fm ?- ,.K I ' . . (?? r-.r ::::i ? UNO CR Kl HT v ''i.i; YET KN( I ? i ? . a the deal -. . i r. ? ? hus n .1 yet ..- !. n, HINT T<. Tli IONAL >",'.'. ERNMENT, li ii T ? N. '-'. -ll ' If I IVIIil*. .... i un r. AN INTERNATIONAL I >!>.'..: Ki ::.;Y. I"-.,in The i" ,,-ii. I n i reen ? ! mk tl , - ,, . ? ri,.; i i. the Itl-.er , turi ? i'le . a I ? ,. ii . , ii irl-or .; more ? a . li rai n .?? i art of the Haws! n . . :i: th in : i "it-i. THE PEOPLE READY TO STOP. I'i ,1 ", ' On I. .... r 19 f li, I Ul. i'l" 1 i ??'? '".I", (lae ??oneil u i havli " th nte.li rani f,,l n- m. ' ? ried In the . t Ititl.-t. (he Presldeni of Ile" I .-,-..... il,.,I pl lent D.il I to the ? ' - - - ml mal iiith'U '" " To thia d.in :. il - i refi.I tl) i" di . n nen yi ir i.I h .t i . the 1 forces for we i:j:iui I lilnk lhal ? nos i -. " ? ich an ? I Tl- - aaa ar if tl tn pc in "i c linly .lol.,,aa.ai of .! t,. | . bet, that tl - a ..-I. ? ming ? ? real l - ?''''" '"? AN* FNI'ABl ON MILE BLI ' From The Indei ? II th i. ls not i rh Hawaii, lt I wi la. on the o'"" " ?'? ,; '., " ' eu i ?- ,,' the ??' ' , ' Im " >? "" '"',' ', " .. , f this / Imlnls trail a t ward .Ul fi ?'?''.>? ' a,ft| unpai I uni I I lun lei W < do ii .1 .1 ny '?" the Pre Idem "ii ."'.!? n hav liove.1 what they .1 iM-that i 'I mn .-I iron, her thn ne I.v tl offl lal. bul ll -.'. ? ??... - wMch allowed them f. believe so have k.tn more nf the condll the I land The; ? have had pa-hv. no) for nionm ,i . bul ; * , .,,,;,. eking n r-.ub ?-? in forn u their - . -?? - The Fnti? ' Si .' tempi ? ..: i nv. '?'?:?: - IB! ' HU") ? '?* s S Si BS tull in, lt fa - i.'I ' "IIB acknowl. I ta removed from offl .. - ? ?-? unrig op rAff.vK bosmtai bcboeons. tba ettaawt rslda ?rhl " sub ' f;"" '??'?; ' '" \r Bay, i. Say kits, bi.' Kotri a. |? * ' " ?? .airing!.I f:.ll Di '? ll. *Mm?a :''''" fi'"':i- " ' in. lt va iv,., M... I :. ?? ?? '??? Tot n phytlrli.,| . i . ..-,1 , , , - inn. I' ???'? :"'1 n*'* ? ?mb i-f tba falte- "' M '-' ""';'''' H nU '"r ''" I" I,.,- ..f et.p. ri..'" din? ' ? di '' ' '" :- I ' "' "" ? t. ii ..,' as Igrsat Iicbi tl ?- parla * ,!'1' "?'""? FM THE BUII.DISQ OT * '"Arra.. A lum | || mt ,| ,,? . (. :? I" ' " ' ' ' ""'" Lon Ai.'.n,,- ttrfonnrd ? lu i :. M tinASva-n e. I fl Wiy. ... i,tn.,r. ur. a i ? b.f" I "? i" '"r" '"' '" v""li,: I'....-'"', Hsrittf of ' "'.-"".:. MPS!* T!' ? v '' ' ' '! PBelsss sill ta atari la ? "- ;l'"1 :'"'"' ."' "M ia Mi-, usn, ut i ?M. r_11.Be ?BI JJ* ""' "" Mateh ll ii.alpha "ir ni all ta ftttmrZ. ''" '''" ' '"' la *l fur th ,?-,,.? 'le ? .-.SI '?''. :'' ?t '1 c. .. rhni-el ut ."-Uti.-Hi-t. mil I ii- *** *"? '" '"":4 :' '" ' ??" tBt*?*n ii.m i?...? luia, mia it. I* u"^4 0,ilt" ll v"': '"' "?*! Itt Will M.u li. WEDDINGS. PICTURES Al TBE UNION LEAGUE (LIE. ? ? Iwlnter ei bilton at the Uni is Le igae .' levoted this year, as lt waa I lat, exclusively t i plctu: >s by American artlata The committee ? term of ofllee expires in ths present month r ? ?: .o' ,,v"r eighty paintings, - ,tne v Into the large meeting hall con ? with r:.- gallery. One en l of th- latter. i .'ti hun? completely with plctu li (111< i i. >w with permanent cabinets for ; ; iii::-, formerly displayed la c is-s ! ra. Ml" ,,f the r -rn. Ti." la I lb IW held ''? . ./ ti. ? outgoing committee la | ble f-,r f. iturea walch make lt, in ? minor ri ipecta quite different from any of its lessora The change in arrangement makes In effect. As regards the quality of the tl h. lt u uneven and luffera from th- in number of medl wre works, which would better have i.n left unhung. There ts, too. a rather iir^'- proportion t.f pictures which have been Been action, howev. r, is not se? nd ll - ? t exhibition with ? ime vary i p : ii in tbe i I n la lu tb* direction re aad ace .mpll th. l the late Mr. Wyan I I I ented In sevi ral I which oa-. .\" ,. .",. "The Cory of Land : m 1-83. a .wa bim - most .-Mtiiu'. tlc and natural liaiur. Th* ? ls i ft and fl r.\ lng, i v a looa ? In I .me : i ? t of th* be iar Iful teen* :; ther vet i i, th rre L i r nt work of '- -- a usual, I it lnt< n itlng In the ..: iti il i of light; arid Mr. ?. -..:. , bel tnt i a!io to the elder ? roi of Unga whl ii ihow Th re la elev -r r tn a. : rom Mr. Murph). " -a ? a-. Mi Faull, Mr v\ i ir, Mr.* Platt and IV l sc -ne, ii in : i ' not carried his to their . il ,- inclusion. i ? a- truth :li in work, but lt i ? latter, If lt d >e* not surpass lt. lu r wh i il bri [ht tky r v alt. Mr. All ie, called "Early," lind ? ip it ll u mounted ligui ? - in thi co - ?.ii.iie ,,f . a ,..-i fasl ed era. 1 ? ? - of ta? le . , u- hal ? ! .:- a 1- : g a Ma- sky puta ai" happy lou -h. i of roae, T ,- >, , The . imp .-uti in i; .,.. fl briely and Ich Mr. Brennan a. lai ai favor of n ri it ls f.int ia lc au I ?? ire pr dominant in tins !? ; ? .a ' .r rtlttlC .-, . ind ni irk* a - ui c? -? ,, i urge l-l-' I , : , oil V - lill" styi-. Suns marines In the exhibltl a require notlc. . by Mr. Tryon, an Mr. Cha i the Hue ".*' ? i in 1 Ham" which Mr. react had at the Relchard Gallery a : ' io Uk ire il ; 'eta "f Importance are Includ. i In li ter" I w :rth (ration >.r the lucile ind tome what ip- ri he did In Munich ne ii ,? tn ail? ie,' Intrinsically it l? n patt, piece. Tl ' Curran. Mr. Hit. he ick, Mr. i . and Mr. l.,.i are r,-.l doa- ai each - bul are of i tc n q i . . noverthi les*. 'I ne nu I" ii- ire railed "The Retie rtlon," ' v t,:- late Mi-. Fits, and ihe nude "Ariadne" .,t" Mr, Eaton, il ? -' irk ? ol :', i. cl i.-. ci the v, alia and I -.'ion il. The I,It an, c doi lc con i - I ? Mr Ml lei ls a b ter a nee i .te .: in li w .. i Uni : v ler ? ?! ti hnlcally, ii w t io hard ? :' se t '? a .v. ,. rt .a. :l girl, disporting moi ima! -.. r< ipp. ar* ai I la wei She : , ? ? a- i i pr. :: liv painted T!" composition I-- Mi-. Kenyon Cox, called "The I-'..!! uni the la.aal--'"ii." ll.-o Com I to tia- front .. ha' if iii ? I" i I-,pi icy ,,f Its - a ???pc'i nal i ? coldness of Its en .. , arc any :?! t-> tia- obllv! ai lt: ,t hail I" "i I. f: :' - , ?..:. :-. All th i lered, ti I iplsts ,l, ni,,.-' ti carr) exhl lill ii, -;' . ... gre nf .,. tl tlc value. I: re? open to I : -.!" ti ?? : lembers of th- club ia ?.. .- , ? ,.i d iy night IXCIDEST8 IN BOCIETT. Mr ? I a.-1..: :k h. Bi rn ll ri a ?-" a ina::,.mt re? ception yesterda) afternoon In her new hon . No. I VV. ? Plft) i. rond-st, n Ich l- ..::-? ..f the tn.ct i. r ".. ia New-York. Pr. Idlng at the tea tabla wi" Mra t.e Grand Renedlct, Mia. Rene Coudert Ml i., .i; ? i:, ni bet. M - Ali v -ii ' i". Mrs. .1. ll. A. Tren: ni.re. Mlaa Marl ? de ll nail, tlie Mi- i i ? md M ? l? m .van, t Pl au lelphl i. Mrs. . . il r.e :?: ii." draw lng room. A ? :-. wen- Mi Irthur m i ,. Corri i . .'?'.' a ,, ,--.? i'. .'? n:: twa Mrs. George Kill. Mis* Kid!, Mr. snd Mrs. ne i;. iii, i ?. :,:?. an I Mra Lin Hey li, ffman ,. .v .: pta Marie, Miss Marie. J. Dunbar Wright Mia ISthsn Allen, Mrs. Paul dil,.ti The baud, Mts. l.u Montagnt Miss La Montague, ii ?w .ul Constable, Mra Jordan !.. Mott, Jr., Miss .inila v.,-I iM!/,-;-, ii,. Pom t kl mles, Mis. Gabriel Grant. m. dint, Ml** Cornella Redmond, Frsdsrio it. c iud. rt, Jr., sn i .Min-, de Cauraont Mi-.. Josi ph I U \. I I i-t night ga , ,1! din ??.-.in at her home, Ka 10J Madlson-ave., to |...n ,!? of .",| ? iel an i Mr*, la l?. Grant, B*8kl*S the .,i I,..,, ir there a.: >( the mi,I" Monsignor .Mr. and Mrs. H. Victor Newcomb, Mr. and i i. ,. a. Kelly, ir. \h. .md Mrs, John V. Dahl Mis. Rlchanl r.n. M.'- -I- icon Gardiner, i ? a iiunthi r ii i Albert Bleratadt ?ii..- class in "Current Topic*." conducted hy Mrs. i n? i Spencer Fn 'Innd, will Ind.I Its Drat meeting ll ,'elocll Bl lh 1 "inc i'l Mrs. vv .1'. ,!-. ll i ? i. . No, : . l-l ' Blxt> nlnth-st v i rllllonl :? ceptlon wan i ivcn yi teni*) b| Mr. h v\. . ..in Buchanan io rommemoral ? the . . a,,, , ,,f tht .: n.-vi hout*. at No ll 'la: Mxtv n|nih -u. Th,- rece| tlon wai foll.cv "I by an In? formal entertain!) nt. -'"u. which tin- gueata ? i shown over Ha n ?? I iu*e, winch dre* forth many expr. - a ina ul .. Imlratl .a '' '???" exp nor of the i,.a, - ? somewhat aimpl. being ol plan Floren ? ?..Hil.- architecture. Inside, however, thehouse li ei.,!,. rattly an : I enutlfull) ' ? orat. . 'i he out ilde . libulo is tn marble and mosaic, and tba m on entrance hill hae groined cellini's, with em? broidered panelled wails. Th- drawing-room, on ihe iii.iln tlijor, i- a _pleii_l_ apartment, furnished Th? stall togs of Miss Cornella Felic Sloan, second laughter of the Rsv. Arthur Sloan, chaplain of the ?vii! r's Stu:'- Harbor, Staten Island, to Tl,',mas Landon Fowler, of this city, took place at 8 o'clock last night to the beautiful Randall M aa.rial Church. _t tlie Harbor, whi.-h wai handsomely decorated with palma rs of lilies and whit" ron _ rh,- bride .uteri' I wi.li ber father. She wore a gown i.f whit" satin, trimmed with pearls and point lace. lf.-r v ,1. of old lace, was worn by her aunt. Mrs. William I*. Lamb, of Roch Batar, on her Bradding It wad fasti ". d with a tiara of pearls an.l dla- j monda On her corsage the bride wore a lnrse pin Of diam,aids, a pr- -ent from the bridegroom. The bridal bouquet was of libe.i of the valley. Miss Sophie Ethel Bloan, In a dress of white cor,l"l silk trimmed w:-h violet velvet snd deep lace, on l waar* rt v.il of violet tulle, was her sister's utily .rt. n di mt. Mt iv a ES. Bronson, of this city, was b"st man. The uaber* ail New-Yorkern ivers the bri.ie "^ brother, Oeorge L. Fowler, i: K. Cook, Sua.-ai Hopkins and Oeorge Landon, cousins of tbe bridegroom. The marriage ceremony was per form i by the Rev. it. Morgan Dix. of Trinity Church, thia cltv. The wedding re? ception follow. I nt the home of the bride's father. Among tlc Invited gueata wera Bishop Littlejohn, of i.om,- Island; Bishop Williams, of Connecticut; Blrhop Neely, of .Minne; the Venerable .'."?I.'l.u.',,u .mi Mra Johnson, Oovernor O. D. s. Trunk, of th- gallops Sriu. Harbor, an! Mra Trtisk; Mrs. ara. .vi,.. William I*. Lamb, of Buffalo; William K.s.-ler lind the Misses Kessler, of Rich? mond Hill; the Ml-- a Hopkins, of Montclair; the Rev. Kr. join--, th- retired chaplain of the Harbor, and Mrs. Jones; Mr. and Mrs. K. Arnold, Mrs. Washington Morton, Judge and Mrs. s. n. Bte pliciis, Rear-Admiral QherardL Mrs. Kugene Du Bois, Miss Lu Bola, I'r. and Mrs. H-nry Joy, Hr. E. V. Richardson, tl-,,. Misses Walker. Randolph st. Oeorge Ws ker. Miss Clara Rich, .ludKe Ingra ham. and Oeneral Daniel Hutt-nield, on whoas ?taff th- bride's grandfather, Colonel Thomas J. Hoyt, served during the war. .Vi: r a Southern trip, Mr. and Mrs. Fowl-r will liv- in this city. I. lon, -lan H. Tie- marriage of MISS Elsie iii;tr,n's, youngest daughter of Ogden Hoffman Burro* . of Newport it I., and Captain John si.,:'.: .-. oldeal sci ol tic Rev. Sir George roxton Shlffner, baronet took plac- jit 2..:o o'clock this a:':.? lao.,n at st. Patrick'* Church at Hov*, a suh urb of Brighton. The service, which was f_ll choral, was performed bv the Blr,'ht Rsv. the Lord Bl "I. .a' Chichester, assisted bv ths father <.f tbs bridegroom, -oil th* lt. v. Kailey Davit) Tyss.-n. "f st. Patrick's. Tlie bridesmaids were Mlsa ier and Mlsa ..leanor Bhlffner, .-ist.-rn of the bridegroom: Mia* <': tagh Osborne and Miss Alica i?ay, daughter of Mr. John Day, of Hartford, Conn. The bride vi as itiv eti away by her father. Th- bridegro im was attended by Major F. A. Curb !-?, of til ? Royal Artillery. After tia- e-ii' ny a reception vvas held at the rarj residence of the bride's parent*, No. i. Place, Brighton. A large number of ] Americana at;...; d. Tn.upi.: wlil spend the ? ai oa tia- (" 'iain mt Captain Bhlffner w.n. upon his father's death. ?- : .1 t,, th..- url", lb- I- Instructor in artillery at th- Royal Military Academy Woolwich. He .'?? rv-.-d ia tin- /.ula campaign in 1178, and received a m. iii mal cl ip for bia services. Ho is a Justice of ti,- Peace I >r the Comity of sussex. His father '.-. !? i ir ai Hamtey, Lewes, aol uf Coombe Place, li-ar Ia-r'.'.eS, BUSSeX. l'.ui . .ian. ii. Tba Lac d'Usei aal MU". Marta ? !? Luynea, daughter of the lat" Da" de Cbaulnes, wen in inl.-1 to-day in tl.- Chapel of th- Convent ? a' th..- Sacred Heart where the bri!" was edu? cated. Tl." ceremony was private Bethlehem, Penn., .la", ll (Special).- A pretty home w. Idlng took pine., hen thi-- evening at t o'clock. iAUa i.iara v. Dash, only daughter of H. H. Dash, of tr, ? wai married to Frank .1. Klinker, chief i.Kio p.-r ,,f tue First National Bank. ? i.. v. nil... of tli- Moravian Church, officiated, In the style of Louis XVth. with hand-embroldered portieres and walli covered with silk brocade in various harmonious designs. The ceiling la es? pecially rich, original ami striking. It ls of raised work, inlaid with moth' r-Of-peari, forming specl.il dcslRni. The llKhtinR of this room lt devised upon a decidedly BOY*] SBd successful pinn. No lampe whatever are in sight, they being concealeil behind rich satinwood cornices encircling the room. The foy rr hall of the house |. used its a library and living-room, and ls furnished in rich mahogany with a frieze in poll panels. Another notable room in the house le tile dining-room, all the woodwork of which ls of the finest Kn-zlirh oak. Mrs. Bu? chanan's evening at home will be on Thursdaya, when sh- will receive her guests with all the hos? pitality which murk.-,! her receptions at the old fain1 ly mansion In Park-a ve. Liebig t'o-uiniiy'a Extract sf Beef. Mata from the finest cattle the world produceo. ll hen Ivil.y wat aleV. we rave her Cattoiio. When she ?-a? n Chi!.], alie srt-4 for ..'asteria. When .h? became Mist, ahe clunie lo Ctstorta. When Bbs had chlldron. alie gave ih-m Ccatorla MARRIED. BATON?taOUO?Ob W._Btt***r, lassa tr loth, at the ri'sitleii," nf tli- brlde'i peresta ly the Rev. .'h-nle. H. Mann. Barak CSrltaU, aa-Sbtt* nf Maslin E. and Susan J. Lord, t-i Charles Edwin linton, all of Orango, oardneb?woncnoas Ob Tbsrsssy, Jbmwv IL st the resMasi.f tb* bride'* parnta. Na 77 St .'im** ii.h... Brooklyn, by th* Rev. Stephen II. Camp, Robert :' .a.a'.ner and Mari.,11 K. N_l*f_-S MKAY SWAM Al i".a-'.r Hav, I.. T.. on VVedneaday. .lanunry loth, br the Rev. J, Lovejoy R"hertnnn, nt) Cortland, N. V.. Elizabeth Mary, ila'.mhti r of Edward Il, Swan tag., to lb,ratio McKay, lt. N. H., of Liverpool, anstead MACLEAN?ANDBRSON-Ob Wednesday evenlnr, .lan? uary Killi, 1884 ul the <'hur:h .f the He.-ivvniv Real, by Hie R,?v. ??hail". Itu...-ll Trent, of tit. Stephen'* Episcopal ("hureli, Hr.. Pauline Ha ta rd Anderson, te Howard .Manion Msci-B-B, all of New-Vork City. WHITE-REII>--?>n January lith. FOI, nt Ali Saints' Cathedral, Milwaukee, Wi., by the Rsv, Howard li. St, li.-i.'.', Gertrude Virginie R"id. youn.e.t daughter of Horaot K. R.-ld. of Manchester. Va., to William Bingham wini,-. .,f x, w-York, WI8NER-COX?On WedseeSay *V*BS_B January 10?h MH, tl -."IC Henry-*t.. l!r,,,aklyn llel-jlits, hy Hie Rey. "t\m. ll. Morgan, of H.,jy Trinity Church, Julia A., SS-SbtW of Mr. Henry T. Cox. to Horatio 8. Wlaner. Notices of marriages must be Indorsed with full name and address. DIED AMES-At Ptalaflei-, X J. bb Tassilsr. January Otb. Charita I. Anita, in th* 88th tear ut Ins na<-. Punt -"ul terrie** will be held -'. 'ns lair- re.tdenct. Uti Cretotnt-ave., on Friday, the ian, inst., ut 2;U p. m. 1 - as will meet t.-ain leaving toot of Liberty-it. at 1 !SB p. m. ATWATER?Al Newark, X. J., un Ian. loth, l-1'i Samuel Alt ittr, In tb Ti.-' .-eur ut iux ttKo. Relatlvei and friend, ors Invited t., attest thn funeral *?rvlc** fr,,m th* Clinton Avenue Reformed church, r llnton-avt, and Halaey-et), on Monday, tt | y, m. PILLINGS On Tuesday, Jan, :?. Oliver p. .-. aauasa 1-un-ni aervlce. will be l?-l I at All . u',-' Church, 2Cith i>t. BSd lt!.-ave., on Saturday. Jan. IS, at ld a. m. ??ona. nf Ihe K'-vnI'tttan O-lc* of the Secretary, .'(J Walls'. (Room Si. New-York, .lanuary ll, IMM. Th-* m. mbers of hus aoclety are requtat-d to att?nr| the ?ui i ii i-.i I,.., ,.f t,,,.jr |,t,. (l?ei ci.-.!,- member, oliver p. <V Billings, Bl All S-,-iiv Church, 98tb-Bt and Hh-ave., oe BatBTdajr, January 1Mb, nt io a. m. FREDERICK BAMUKL TA I.r.MAD. lil. resident. JAMES KORTIMKR MONTOOMBRY, Secretary. BIRCH?SaddWlly, OB Tuesday. Jan. Uh, lhOl. Smllo Whit* lock, '.vife of Ive: l;,..,l Hlrch. Puneral tervlcet tl h.-r lute residence, 479 Dean-it, Brooklyn, OS Friday, V2tn Inat., at 2 P- tn. BONNBTT?At Ntw-RocfaciU. N, Y.. on Jan. IO, William w. lLaiin-tt, in tha BTU. rear ot lila ai-.-. Friend* and relatival sra invited to attend the funeral fr un hi-, la'- ri'i-ler.ee, X.-iv-R. .-hi-lle, un Saturday, Jan. 13, at 2 O'clock p. m. Carrla.e. will lo In walt Ir-r at New-Rochellt dtpot on arrival of 1:03 train front C.ran.l I '.ntral Depot. BROWN?In th.ia city, WedB-tdBF evenlns. January lOtn, Mai illa Auchlnclott, widow of tho Sate Huratio S. I: ,? a. Puneral privet* BROWN?On Wednesday. Jnnu.ry 10th. Dr. Samuel A. p: .'-.ri. la tl..- ITth i-.ir ot lift aife. Relatlvet una friends olio mtiabet* of char'-ellor Wal? worth Lodgt, V. und aV. M., PtlMtiBB ?'ommandery. No, 1-. K. T? Coasittory of tbt _iat.- of x. Y.. Meeta Tempi*, A. O. X. M. a, and Council of Lesion of ll nor, ort r_tp.ct.ullr Invited to atrend the funeral aervlct to b* la 1,1 at Beottlah Rite Hall. 2tith-at. aad Mt li-- in-avt., ,-n Fa I y evening, at 8 o'clock. a- ut Philadelphia. i' illadelpbla popart pl aa* copy. COOPER?Sudd-sly, at h-r rtndescs, (Il Mm 2l.t-.t.. on January 10, 1884, Margaret Adella, iliiugiuer of the late William and Rel.ea Cooper. Puneral ttrvice* -Aili be held al (18 Kant 21at-.t.. on Fri? day murnini; at hnlf-p-.st IO o'cl ,.-k. DOUSE?On J.-inunry 11th, I*.)!. Hertha, dau.h'er of the late Jain and Wilhelmine Imus.-, aged 3<i y.-.irs. Funeral aorvlcta .-a th. realdtnce of her brother. 271 Htncock-tt., Brooklya, Friday, January i.th, at 8 p. m. Interment private. ORAT "ti Tneoday, Jun. 9th. Dr. L. P. Gray, In the RM y.ar Of Ills a_e. Funeral fr.ni his lats residence, 20 Hawthorne-rive., East Orana*. X. J., on Friday, Jan. 12th, nt 5 p. BL Train leese* foot cf _ar,.lay-?t.. vU D. L. & W. R. R.. at 4 und 4:10 p. in. HATFIELD Os lb* Uth Inst.. Charle,, Thackston. only child ? f Leonora T. und tue lalo William E. Hat.telii, of diphtheria. ! ral 1'iiMit-a hr' ii- ? al Fn lay nt PBagfekeepMa HARRISON -Al Fust Orange. X. J., January 10th. Mary "tartar, wife of Ricliard li. Ifurrlson, In the Kith foot ot h-r ? : tervle** Saturday, at 2:10 at lier late residence, :.'.", Il,iiils','i-af. HOBBS?Soddenly, In Brooklyn, Jun. IO, Kinma, daughttr li; ? .lila and Mary A. Hobbs, of this city. I I eervl ea tl tha :?-. '?? n a ,-f her brotber-la-law, E. B Arnold, 1-2 Ulrika at. Brooklyn, Saturday, Jan. 13, ut j p. m. KIRBY?Oa Wtdseeday, Jtasory l"th. <\ Wrl.ht Kirby, : tht late lea St ; ? ?". R. Kirby, In his .'i*ili year. Punt ,l atrvtcet will b. held at Ihe . "hun-h "f **t. Mary ti,.- Virtrln. VV?a 4.1tii-st.. oti Friday, J-nuary liih, at lu ? lock a a i. LOCKWOOD : ?), ld, N. -T-. Jan. f.th. I'.-v. Samuel , .. .:.- A T8 yt irt, Funeitl ti hit W' raatdenee, Freehold, X'. J., oa . .. Jan. 18th, a' ll a. m. 1 il' -I lu- n' ut ;':.--.i-i I. N. J. Pi -. of England, Fraaot, ilcrmany ani Itei-ium pleats MEAD Enttred tatt rael *t hla ras-ten ?-. in s,,uth ampton, i. ?". r ialond, N. V.. ns January IO, Klward gpenctr Maid. Puneral ttrvlcet si Sa Indrew't Dune church, s-iuthe .omit.'ti. n Bats-day, Jaaaary IS. at gnalta* poet 12. MEYER ?" Tu Ml.ty tvealBS, JotV Bth, ar Liken nod, X I . Julia H., -authur ol Henry mid the late Mar Fuii-ral aervicet at Trinity chanel. JBth-*t.. ra-.ir Hroa4 . ,-. ..:i Saturday, tba lat- last., ai io tfeaotm e. m. ML'LFORD Al RoteUt, N. J-. at the resld-n.-e t.f his late - .? J ari V. V-i"f??! 1. on IVednetday. Jun. loth. Will . .., v ||U|| .,i. in Hit *'.'h year of h I, Katurday, Jon, 13th, Bl 2 ?"ii ck v. Bb. fi"tn his rr 'Ul.'. I ,.BUI ll-ai' I*. PARK Vf Rye X. v.. en Wtdaeedoy, Jan. io. Julia A. Vi irhl . wll f i ic A. Park. Fun ral tarvli s at lui- 1!- n S keBBS, Sunday. Jan. 14, at _ p m. PATTERSON "ii '?' :i -I>v. January l'Vih. Janie* H. ?on, - in of St : Pan t. .n ai -1 M j-.... ,rn| ,. :. u: i'm vv,-i ^;d-?t.. on Frl .,..!.- ii N o'cl ck. ; PORTER Ttanv! ,v. ,r a-nrv 11rl>. at his rteldeS-S. 173 vv >.t 7..1 -;.. Major v. m. v. Porter, - I ha v -re fi mt ral ht - ITI.I.KN At White Plaina, X. Y.. en January 11th, Hamuel R. Pullen, In th- Slai y. .-a- "f his art.-. on Sunday. Januarj ll. ai 2 o'clock, at Memorial .vi. E. Church, Whit* I'l.nnn. SMITH -Al Birmingham cuni., .-n IVedaetdty. J.injary ie loin i'e-i, sn-iih. lormert) ,>f Newark. N- J-. aged ^7 yeera ll rnontha nn.l ll .Iwyt. Funeral aervlct* al hla la'" reaWeace, 14 Sa> ni ,ur-ave a..cn. Conn., en Baturday, Jaasary IStb, al 3 u'l I -Ck p. h.. RTAAT8 On il. ii 'n. ?'"? H. a? hi. p.s'.lenee, L*4 Wc' IHM-tt., .!.ci a brlet lllnt-.s, John T. St MM* Ul the Ti", v. ar ol I Notice ..I fun. ral _ar_afl v. IHI DOE .vt :? klyn, January l". CbsfMBS ru, iv. ni-, i. of H ari Ti wi rlCt . , ed ts) years. Pun,,, al i ,m the retiidenc. nf Samuel B, Barlow. 80 ll- lian: -i- I.. Frld a . ll "'I' - lt VI r.Nill.lN'.; Al I" ttavlll-, l".:.n.. ..n Twat-By. January nth. l*l,.'.iii-,--'i Yu ngllng, sldow of tht hut D. O. Yuengllng, after t Iln ? 4ns 111 neat m her -'.?t rear. Funeral at Pottsville, Pena., Satur.lat. IStb, ai 10:38 ia. C.-iccuil Xoltc.s. Pie-ci'vi- Your ll.-nilli L.y drinking tht FAMOUS "JOHANNUT WATER EXCLU8IVBLT. Pooionii-p ^lllioe. FSreisn nslla fer tba week mdlag January is wM tioee (piompdi In iii i at Hil. oSlct aa (ollowa: s'liiHii.vY At 3:38 a. ru- for France, Hwll_er____, Italy Spain, lMrtu_al, Turkey and BriUah India p*r ? B La il - -?? via ll ? vi leuera for .aher pwta at Europe must i- ittrect. I "per La >',,-. ,.-? ,, .-? c. a.. m. for Eurone !><?' a. t. s ?>>!-. via Quecnatowa (latter* f,.r Prance Baitierland. Italy, Ppaln, Portugal, Turkey un. , ? air. ?? i "per _*rvi_,">; st I :>. m. i - Uermudt pet t. n. Trinidad; st u a. m. far Urey. I ... '? .-. Mia i.-i.i ,letters for Jamaica, cn-:, -maternal-, Pu '?-. Cori i sad TraaUto, muat ,..i "|ier Miranda"!; it l'? a. m. lauppla ,., ntary i>::> n. ni) fur Fortune lalaad aol Jamaica, per a t. Adlrondt lc (I for .ti niel at.,I Aux-Cayee .: i. al 10*30 n. m. for I'umpeche, Chlapsa Tab**en uni l'ueatoa, per a. k. Yu catari i.letie. : ? !: Mttlcan htatet aad Cuba sssst bs diret-ied "p.-r yucatan"); ul 10-8) i.. m. tor Haytt, eumana and Carupano, per ... i. Print Maurils n-ttera (,,,. ni|. v. ii-..'i"lin port., curi'c.i., Trinidad, Hi-itiah ,.,i uutch B llrected "per Print MaarlU"); -i i,. ,-i , m. (tupplementary ll a. m. for Vtstis*!*. Curacao and Sa'.uUlla. "? ia ? "nraeao, p,r >. .. Vetieiutla for ol r Coloiu i i-aiu and rn- eumana and ,-,,.-,,n, mi.al - directed "eer VtatwitlO; at I n in f"i JanuUea ana Bavanllla. *tc., per a. a. Porto. Ma. Prince at 3 p. iu. for Para, Maraabaaa, Caars and _N[,.., a uer.. - Booti ?' Pars o.-ttM-i for other pana of lila'.' .u.i '''?' '? Plata eountriea mist h. direens ? -.,... i;, ,|i. ai ".'! p. rn- I u" BlueBeldt, p-r t. a. <iu?.l?. Molt for AUttrillla fSSttpl .hose for We?t Au.tr.-illa which ii- forwaided via Rurope), Naw-Z alaod. Hutt ul ian, . ... ., , ?, i-i.ii-.' ;?.-.- - a. M i, -ui mem San 1.,. dall, iiii ... Ftbraary <B at 848 ii' ni i r en arrival al N*w-Tork "f a s. Barris with llrltlah mall, for Auttralla). Malla fer china und Japan, . city .A Peking '.lem Sun Francuwo) cl,we her* J,. i, ju i , .lan nu i 12 ul ii:':" ... ill. Mulls for Hawaiian ,', ,,,, .?, . .uatrali* if,"iii Baa rrandtee) Mass !. ... .lJu.v up lo January il a. 8:80 n. m. Malla f,.r tht S, el.-iy lalanda I1*"1' ?? "? *-''>' rt PoptlU 'fn.in San Fian clavt.) clot* le '"?' dolly Bf ." .l.iiiii.ii.?-? -.la at 0:.1o p m. o, ,-|, ( , china l ipim. Hawaii and Australia via Vun luui.r (apeclally otluretted "nl>i etoo* ai this offl.-? dally ?, i, -i p m. Mail, tor Newfouadiaad, by rall to Halifax, and ihtnct by tteamtr. closest this oMto* taMy al i<:-0 ii in Mall* fer M.'iu.ien, by .-ill to Beaten, tnd thence by tt tamar, <i?s<* at Hilt olD-t 'lallv at v.tn p. m. Milla for Cuba bt ru.', t,, Tamra, Fla. and .hence bv rta*BUT ta;iilln,T Monday., Thiirartavs and BolSldailtf. clone at C,ill eili.i. dally it 8*30 p. ni Malla for Mexico, evt-r lan.l tinier- r ?? lally BddrMBBd fer disp'itch by ateamta cleati ut Un ofllee ,lnll> ai 3 t. m. CHARLES W. DAYTON. Ca: mallar. ?*li, _;atricd malla clo., ai 8 p. in. inst lout day.