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ABBEY'! THEATRE??-?9B candeaella ACADBMY OP MUSIC - 2-*:15 -Tl-e Olrl I Left Mh AMERICAN' THEATRE -*- 17.-I.'-ralt i'l: 1! ul?ti. ATLANTIC OAK!.KN. .VJ Bad M DoWen IO B m. lo |0 p, ii > ,:, .., t .url Vaudaraftlle. BU il" THEATRE K IO Willie, BROADWAY THEATRE-S I'torda, I COLl'MBL** TiiKA'::;!. -1 a IS **on*" Pa tort I DALY'S, '. iKATRl -' - '?? Short" A I EDEN M17SEE?ll *. bb, to ll p. -m.?World In Wax. :?:.'.!i'IR 1-7, Tili:.\.-.1'J; i 8:15 Sowing I FIFTH AV*JNl7E\-riIEATRE S-aw?Hannele. G \l:]-LN 1 HE >.T*:K 2 - IB l?01 HARLEM OPERA BOC8E B IC Dslmonleo - al S r. HARRIGAN'!. niEATRE I *.:.-. .ha s.v. . HOYT'S MADISON syt'ARE THEATRE 8:30?I! I'nnii latet KOTSTER A RIAL'!- ? ?' LY4*E1.'M THEA1 IU* BtTJW Th ? Vin.il MADISON SyU ARE GAH DEN '? ' I I. ra I ul 10-30 p rn .;. rai Farm - ion and I ? ?-? - - NATIONAL .-VA! EMT . ?!"? r'Kr-1. ;.\ \r r i. . . ll PALMER'S THEAfTRK 9:13 Thefllati POLO OROL'NDS i Rasehsll. 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MAY J. 1894. rWELVE PAGES. .';// SEWS TBIS'MORSJSG foreign.?May Day eelebmtl i i were held in many European cities; although many mei arere dispersed, no serious dlsturba report -.1 P*urther earthquakes*? -urre l '.:, Oreeoe. bul caused little damagr* C r.ror Both bouses adjourned oui of re> apect I-, tiv memory rd SenatortStockbrldi !> mestlc*.?Tne Coxey "army"J Invaded VVn h Ington, but the "General" waa. not allowed tn mal;,* ,i "demonstration" at the Capitol; ir ar.,i Jones were .-????-? | foi .ndu, "General" Kelly refuser to leavi I >.??< M th..,ur*h the cltj authorities have ordered out: Morrison Swift th< ***ew-England Coxey leader, gare it an int?-r\i.-w tilled witii d:a--y utteran ea The In ll ina toa an I 1 y elections i- -?= *i*r*-<1 generally tn de id-si Repub I -an Ttctorles. e.-v-ni hiiii'lrc-J morie coa min.-rs in llHnola wenl .>ii strlli.-, all |he? men al Coal Creek, Torin., stopped work. - George Vf. Abell, nwner of "The naltlmorc Snr.," died. Gr.vit damage waa l.>n? tr, rr,ipa in T. xns hy a st .rm; ninny !i 'ioe? arere demo I shed hy wind In Ark.-ir-^ I city and Suburban Edward Lamontagne, jr., was arreated on a ci:nr*-i- of gran.l larceny. C-iint:;i!t<-.-*! fr mi the Chamber - ' Commerce mid the ('Its r*!uli wen* selected to go to Albany In supp,:-; of il..* reform Kills affecting New-York City. - - - ,i.-itn<->- Gordon Bennett contracted f,>r a laWfoot yacht with the Herreahoffs; it ls to be bull? under a guarantee thal lr will beal tli< Vigilant. JvTew-Tortc won from Baltimore al baaa-b.iii. T to l Stocks ilull bul srr--mk. and l*u?: pri<-i-T showed gains, bul the ira lin-' was professional, an i the advance may not have meant much. A million **nU will !.<* shipped I ? Morrow. Money waa easy, but rates for ex? change Arm. Th- Weather.?Forecaal for to-day: Partly cloudy with abowera, probably thunderstorms, and cooler In the evening. Temperature yester? day: Hight st, *<?? degrees; lowest, ."'!; average tS%, That is- a |iK-.isatjt antMranceroral which ls tnailo in another column thal Mr James <J..r tlon Bi-niii'it baa gleeu an order to Ihe Hern* slurffs for a in*vv varln. and has exacted n gntir tiiiti'.- ilia! it abai] bc spcctllcr than tho Vigi? lant. Tho ma.p<* fast yachts we have th.- Im-Hit, nml tba treater tin* likelihood thal the Ameri? ca's* Cop will be kapi h'-r.* In cns., mir fri?-*>?ls BCTOsa the wafer an* rash enough t.. attem it to captara lt. Then- ls a prospect nf another International raoo. sin.'.- a BcottJsh yachtsman is liiivln-i a iii'vv boal built <-f tbe s.-iini- ma* terial ns Mr. B<-t:iiftt's, junl the two will pr,iii ably nieot on the other sid.* during tho raming saajsjon We wish Mr. Bennett nil snecess In his ni-vv vonlur.* ? -? - - Alth.>u-:li tho timi* for preparation lia*- been short, lin- ciiauiboi- of Commerce will in- well -*ep**s**ented at tha bearing on New-York City bills before Ihe Oovernor today. The especial mission of its ?iHi-j-ntion will be to advocate I'x.Tiitlv.' approval <>f Ina Rapid Transit bil], to the preparation and paasage <.f which tba Chamber contriboted so birgely, if rapid tran* eit la ultimately *sfx*oi*ed tbrongb tba measure passcal last wook. the po..plo nf this city must ever ba grateful to tin* Chamber of Commerce for its splendid work, and in particular t.. Mr. Hewitt, with whom the Ideas embodied lu the bUI sa lt waa sent to Albany originated. Ki *an - Bides urging the Oovernor to dgn thia measure, I the representatives ..f the Chamber will ask i Mr. Flower's fnvornbl.nsideratlon >.f the ' se* .'i-ril reform bills affecting thc cltj Tlie Coxey "demonstration" iu Wushln-j yi*sterdny was a I'oinplel - - i The "petition ( with bouts on" .'aili.-, saw and didn't nave its ..wu way. The inarch to ihe Capitol was n tame . affair, and thc proceeding thi*re were tamer ? still ('oxey atti-mptetl to munni thi* Capitol , -'? pf ami make a -pee li, bul Hie poll.b , ???!; nor was he allovv?*d either lu enter o \ protesi or n*iid ti programme. With,,ut vloleuii' , |tt< was mn-.-ri mon ions) v escorteil from ihe platt* j bj the indict*. Neither the leader nor his f,.i- , lowers made nnj resistance vvurthy of mention. , \ little later, however, tu . ut'his subordinates ? were arrest! ! fur disorderly cuiiduet. Af ter the i lizzie ? the Capitol the "Commander-in-Chief' . w Ithilrew Iii i battalion Into camp, and proeun-d * an exhibition permil entitling him to exael 'J. \ cen ti. admission fruin nnybotly who v\ish..s ju ; see iii- "anny" ns ii ls, Bul this miniature ? ahow '???iii.se ca lino! yield nm,-li revenue <>r . ( l.-i-t lung. \ Senator Lexovv, chalrmau ..f Ihe Sonar,? in v esl leafing Cummlttee, auys thal the coininittee , ? III Kettle down lo work again in a few .lays. ( The Intention is to sll live or six days ever? week Nu one eau complain \-i;l! reason Im* v i tl lise lin- members of Hie commit t ii' linve de sin-il a little ivs' between Mic clo* e of iii- li-cis ( latlve s.-ssi.m and the resumption of Ihe in | ition, since when lite Inner is taken up , again their time must Ih* devoted lo ii pretty ?; continuously for a considerable perksl. Tlie In- s ipilry regarding the mlscouiliicl of Hie police iH | election* Hill h.- on.'lilli--! lintier Hie dlrecMoii , of Mr Sutherland, mid Mr. (luff will condnei . Hie remainder nf the committee's work, though , Hie ordi r In vvhlcli the differ! nt 1.ran.-hos nf Hie ? Invi-sllgation will lie pursued has noi been ile -j citied. Tile committee undoubtedly his n clear i notion of Hi ? public temper on 'his niau< r, i ? I mauds a complete, searching ami lin 1 partial Inquiry lu all directions, s - 1 fi FIRST sun III. Uti \ DE I/. W'iih the flection on Monda* nlglii of Mr William Urooktield as clialrmaii of Hie Count.) ilt1.f Hie Bl isa-1'at tenon organization ri..- work of Hie Committi.t' Thirty endi-d. The choice was noi lacking in shrewdness l'..r. ' vcr else may be said of Mr. Brooklleld, he is mu,-ii l.-ss objectionable to Ihe earnest lb ins m the in-w organization t lui ti anj of the old leaders who hail l.n unmet] for Hu* , ! |Hisitlon. The machine managers of il, ? .?!.! ' County Committee who -nw l.-isi Novi'iiibi r thal the ii.lo of opposition to them and their nu 'li ...ls \\:is lim s-i-ui!-* tu lu* stemmed, and lilli uillgly s,-: oil '.-.I the muvemelil which has mst culminated, .lil mn fall Into the error of show lug their builds after th?*y had made themselves ( sm-., nf :i majority of the new County Coiiimll ;, ,- T ? hui ? 'i ade Mr- Patti mon, or Mr, < ? Hilts, Mr. Shea or Mr Simpson, or any of the .11 ci-ovvil dial rn ni w mild hav ?? b. ? ii '???> bold a burlesque With nlmosi two-i i loritj of Hie c iiiimittee Hie old crowd luiglil v > n wi ll v l?. ,',.ii , m -,? lake as ii I snirelnnul some ono w ho had nol ? en - ? chis. I* Idi tit ill** I willi them as to fall ir.nl1 r public . ? nsim 11 \\ as t :; shn Wal, li ell 111:11.IV re. I i, to lil.'li o .'ll n thc h'-.i.l nf llielr ? oiiintltti .- Ho- .Inn in mi of Hie Kelillblicail Stale Co Ittei - ? . lunn ri ? billi question ?!' tl liol] of Ibo i'.i BS I' ?' -. r - .'i , : . 'I may debs ? f sitting ill Jlhlg mein on liis ow ii applli n Iou au I d?*< line to ucl In Ihe n, \- 1 now ih-- eamesl Republican* who r -? Up last November* ngalusl the nile of "ll. an-l "Bossism" aud Insisted thal Ihe party In this" city bu taken otu ol il." coiitr ?! ol the hiul era who bad au lung prustitiit'il lt lo llielr own selllsh purji ?? - -: ?' Imtiesi il. ;? iblicaiia ujmiIi .-1,? duel of Ihei ?? I. adel a was ; lu be bivi atigatcd and si,.;,- mi,. :, -., reorganize iii" party, may well inquire vi ni bas I..-, nine of the Investigation ? I fm ni ic reform they ilemaiulo I. 'Iii j - crt; iii. ly ii mcaul souici liing by iii. the ' Busses" lind llielr melli i ls i lo?> lielii vi*d |, ibu "Bosses" were corrupi and illsluya] . I tinghi lo 1.. depuset] 'I lu y c niipollo | action. And nh" were the "ir" --s. " win i i they wa n toa I . ',. overthrow*? Why. one ban mil* to read Hie :, ll i of uameH of ? H tatterson ?'o*mt* n Committee to know. Almost witlmul exeepilou il they are lhere, And, wliai ls inure important, c ire the ma Jori I.v. Tin j -an aw lng ihis ;, cummlttee as lb. j did Ibo old one. !??" - au) lli-piil-llcaii supjiose for a iiioiu nf lliai vv ,11 fail lo exercise Iln-lr p..w.?'?'.' Hr fail to ii it lu the old way: Ccrtalulj nut, 'Ilial ls wbai :i Hiev ni'.- ther. for. I*i lilli n Is their busim -? 1 They :ii-.- attending to i' day mid night, mid i lose nu chain i's. The* ure attending lo it ... now with their tongue* in their cheeks and a t< great deal of quid cbuckllug I>.,.s un* ,,n,- ti Inquire wbai bas become of Hie Investigation v ol their past inanageiiienl which wits onh-ris) .1 ] is- \.,\ .-mil. iV Xobod* knows. Bul in plan- li uf any reporl lure is a clear hill <>f health given them Ly ihe chairman of the Committee of b Thirty: ii lt has been made the subject ,.r unfavorable '' nea pa pei commenl thal *-?-?.? r.?I gentlemen, who as P rs >f districts under the ..li and now al borne the heal and hurd, ri *? ri effort thi eal and .ilsa have !?? r, n ???'?? -ted to thi ?;? n. ral i' unmlttei i ?to- atatement that the searching mi ri : lorn: ? ;- .-s demanded proved conclusively that although Republicans had ^ Buffered many defeata at the polia lefeata foi p a-hlch ..ll Itepubllcana were equallj responslbli ii thej ha i n main, l loyal an I had d me wh il n lha prevallln r apathei coi of thea party to preserve partj thorlty unUl beti ? timi - '.-i... il l come. The* h i.i a righi lo vindication li*.- thi r , ? and !..!?. been returned here with many nea membera ? , participate in the victories -.?.- raped t., win. Vindicated! s.> there uris no cause for ail the Indignation thal bones) Republicans have waal .-.] on them. They wen* good men all thu time. rio ii why, pray, any necessity for ti n*organIza Hon or a shuttle to get rid of them) The enter? prise wh! 'li waa to turn ont the old gang un.I give thu party a thorough reorganization ims i-inlial iii ii shuttle I.; which the ubi gang not only retain their places and their power, i.ur ure enabled to suiri lu busliiesH on fro-h capita] a lb a clean cori iii.'ai.' of cha ra ct i r. i ii, Committee of Thir;.' Jmvi- boon duped l.y Ibe smarter |k-1I lilians .. the old organization. They started oui to hunt Ihe rascals, ami the ras,-;i]s i,..v.. caged tii.-m. N<> such political farce as this has been enacted In a long lime. Fortunately, there is lim.' enough between now ami next November for all bonesl Republicans lo In* reatlgate for themselves and come to a lieur comprehension of the situation. \v.- have n.? fears f..r tbe r.-sult. Tbe chairman of ibe Gommltl.f Thirty was t,?, much depressed by liis surroundings when be permitted him? self t.> say tbe other night lbs I "if de feal shall cunio again, notwithstanding rt iii.- bright prospects now before us, Hie i, responsibility will n-st upon any who shall by ,, fomenting factional disturbance make def cai i >, possible.*' Ill-font is nut coming. Bren the dis- t n mal failure of tbe Committee -.f Thirty's effort ?? to wr.st the party fruin the control of rbe oki n gang will not discourage Itepubllcana There ' 2 are inure Republicans In this city today than | c. over before. And Mr. Bliss must not think that , o Republlcani who are just as useful tu the party b as himself, Just ns pafriotlc aud sincere ami w frc*- frc-ni ucrsoual iitni.ilioii, are "fomenting | ii ractlonal disturbance" bein-- they decline to follow him Into ii.-- trap of Hie discredited T.-'."_ , PAUSE JA VII.!/. COSSTRUCTIOS. When iii.- President pnl Mr. Herbert Into Hie ?ullin.?! mi,i when S|M*nker Crisp placed Amos l. Cumming* al iii.- head of th.- Naval Comtnil . ? nf iii.- Huns,, ihe |M*ople were satisfied, a* lie* lue! iii.- r-i.:lii to Le. thai ih-- work nf naval -??generation would goon. These appointment ,vei*e in harmony with public sentiment. Mr. [erltcri .iii-l Mr. Cumming* ari' rarnesl Am.'fi ?nus. Thej Mleve lh.1l Hie Navy ut' the dilled states should lie large nisi strong enough lo ?n,il.l.- us nt rill limes I,. I,,- represented "lor -vi-i- mi.' Interest* neill care and protection Ur. Cummings i-spcclnlly a- a 1'nloii veteran uni n ? a pupil "!' II"'-:" -' Creeley sliu-erely ij mpathlz--* with thal \ lew ><f our .buy !?? our ?elves which lu.-in's ti,,- pulley of strength fvlthoni aggression, li I* Hie mure lu !.-? re -retted since such men as these ure ni the head .f that department of the ijovernmenl and timi -ommlttec of Ihe Hun-' of ItopreKeutntlvcs ivhlcb have charge of nival affair* thai 'heir lews ar.- apparently going lo lie disregarded. uni timi the appropriations for 'lie naval s, r ?i.-e fur next year will nol h.- large enough to ?..minti.- ihe wort of construction which hus forward during ihree Administrations \ iib sii.-li . \.'ellen! resnlti Th., univ additions to the Na ? I for n Hie pendine, hill are for four lieu lon**"d<i a>:if. These Iswits are him li tiecvleil. Ill dead if four Ihe hill shuni.I prov Ide for eight or ten I'll,. I'nlted St.ir.-v hom j,.,s-.,-ss.-. uiilj three mell Inuit* the Cnshing, Ihe Stiletto and Hie Ericsson. The .. iiditiou of mir Navj In r?*spi*i I .f l||.s.. sU |f| Ul, i \ es.els ff,,111 ? i,i,-:i s,, mu,-li is , ..j . ,!,.,| Iii the n--\t mn al ?onflici a* .'.or,,,.ne.I vv iib lhat of olin r uav le* lill lie s,--n in the sta il r'ngland ha* "j? turp.-iu h..ors. !-niii,-,--jj:;, Italj ITU, llussin .;.;, Cerin.-inv l_'-,. Spain is.'?ree-i* is. Holland I, Austria i'm, mid evi ii i Ulna, Japan. Turkey, len mark ami < 'hill Inn ?? ? adi in.-!-- dian ii core. When the Iswit* prov Idiil for In ihi-* bill mve !,-- ii bulli tin- siren ."li of I ie I nibil - i-i lu|-]i.-i!u If i.*lt* \\;!1 lie less I Ililli lll.1l ,f any eotintrj whose flag I* mi tin* nea, liol ren excepting Brnr.ll and Portugal, The slight ? bl ll :<>n s to Hie Navy eolltei iplutcd bj lilt* bill ,. ii,,' carry lieu appropriation* Tl j an* all, minding Hie construction of the four torp*iln amt* and the transformation ,,f Hu* Vesuvius ntu ;i lorpislo i i-iii.s.T. accomplished hy ibo baiidotiiiienl of other scheni"** aln-ady appro irinte-1 for So that not one dollar i*- carri.*! ii this hill f ir re illj new w. Till* I* uni I' i- iinj'..(.iilit* Th.. leuple an* asking, witl bat guild ? ure* shall !. n tinco 1 lo lin* l.u.-sr poa m d* teni with ii ?_? ? nimbur? ra! ion of their tJoi rtniieiit, bul tin .- do in ' ? ' imerican Navj liiicrrupteal ai thi* Hi ?? H iiniiui he interrupted wlthoiii reiideriiu: ir more ? Ive \- li-n lt i titi oil thirteen v.-ss, el |\:il lu gan . rc still m.. >liij !? 'e-l - - | er bert ? i.\ s t!ii- within ti ? i*|ll lie ill i will hell lin ?? old" Il ?!;.-? ? ? Ile gr I I ? 'rance is bi nd ..". 'ei-,,,*1-, 11.at11 ittli dil|i* and ei IC bit tl ? hip* an I s i re should build Iii fl liese warlike mul :: r -.rr S Iderubla' r- lo l Bul ir from Ihe |*i ; il u !. . -i . .-. ? ; bill !, .ill 1 ? /. ii; tm ptisti'ttsi:. !'rii i d- of 'i. Wilson i. rin lamil !?-.mise li,is ir..!,- thc bill a;|1 ><? moor , ? rm-, and Ihan tho ? ? '? i profliahl. unloading : > |m wi !??? '-? Im. es. |, ,|is rue still iii lin all Ml le nf III c| I ? king for more ami deiei . ? . : ? . ali. M lille sol.f tl lilllie to i !,.-> cannot lu ap| , ?? ?! i.. an* unslii f Hie ll have H exi Iud, ,| 11..get!,.??? ur lin ?- vi ;!l \ bill '?ut ibis ls precisely Ibo eolidil -',-,! :i !? ??roll o.'o. 1 ? cssloni nlrend. gram -I make ii um ?bethel th.- hill can :?? i -lu- rm s ,,f |, ,., -. - rn-is nnd ut propi ? j mid ultra I'i ? -.- i .liri.- Bonn I ?'ii ? ???i-i t i?* Senators continue io erl.'tl'e lhat lin v \i lil liol v ute !,,!' Ihe bill If Hie iconic lax is omitted Jim nt 'his critical stage -ene Im-sirtlng ulises snd -elliiie; agent* of foreign manufnd reis, with agent* uf steainship companies, pru ?s,|,,n:il I',-,.,- Trailers ami |mtso||m who have ,-,-,-!\e,| rifflce* or favor* fr,,in Ihe Atliullllstru* mu. nisii forward it* the busines* men of New 'ort, and I..'-' Congress to |hikn Hie bill with r wlthoiii an Income las ami without re-j ml i . .-tails or lo Semi' ir* 11 ill. Murphy, Smltb and lhers, Appan utlj ncr mini spite al Ibe New 'ort Senator* Ins i,e,-n behind Ihe rall for n ublic meeting, and ll may have exactly Ihe itlin-ne.- which the Importers In particular do ol desire. Senator lilli may conclude thai he .nin.it afford tu lie bullied or frightened Into recantation, with the ?zr.-at i?,.|v nf Demo rntlc workingmen looking lo him for relief llalsirate preparations and on Imposing meet ig, while Ihe Income Ins is viii] in the bill and s other details ore nnsettleil ur unknown, are bunt as llkelj tu burt IIB lo help the measure 'be sole pretext tor urging iii" sii|,|?,n ,,f this fC-iishe nnd disturbing?bill I* thal uncertainty ,,>uld be removed by it* passage, ami business ...Hld then revive. Bul uncertainty would !.. Hiuilly removetl bj n vote io kill the hill, or hy ostpuning ..ll action un ii until ibe m*xi session f Congress, ofter tbe foll clod lons Business ...ul,I re\i\o mui.- rpilckly and surely except lim of i in;...n in- agent* If it were sett bil dial oro could I-- no change, ir Senator [lill hmild propose lo ld the |.pie I..- lutinl. ami li,?ul,I move to postpoiua all further, action on lie tariff until I>> "ember, Ihe Importers ami Hie rofesslona] l'i-e,- Traders would rave Inti ? ?ul.I nol nine Democrats mu nf ten in New 'ort <"ry ..ut for Joy? I.et ihe facts I-- faced At tbe ni.si a boil) iv. thirds nt tin- iron nnd steel. Woollen and i>ti,.n mills are n-.w In operation Bul li ls issil.h- lo up,-mle so many oUlj I. tans, wage mi of materials and ->f transportation, ami mtlts of einpkiyer* have been reduced |?eyond point si which th.- industries can |M>rmniicntly iintllille, Thus with ir-.n ure delivered til iwer lake pons fur $2."..". p.-r lon, a large |,r, "r,i"" or th.- mines mid tran*porting com anl.?- would be rlrtnally bankrupt. With coke "ll1"- :" '-1" "mts, tl.oke-maklng.ipaule* ol.-uine ii .strike for higher wages which sto|is roil ucl iou wlthoiii proni. With wages from "' '" ?" I1"!' o.ni lower than in issie, and with .ke nnd ur.- unusually cheap, aboul two-third* f th.- Iron and steel workers lind employment ol many of th,.,? w....l,| .strike if |*resent wages' ''?re prupimed ,ls j,,.,-,,,;,,,,.,,,. Were f|?. ,,,.,1(|. ig ra ri ff bin iii operation soim pan, and plob 1 ably a large pan. of the works now in operatloi would he stopped, either by foreign competition or by demands for higher wages to their owl bands, to coke-workers >>r to min.'i's. Tba casi is even worse In thc. woollen manufacture, N>>i two-third* of the quantity of wool required '? keep ihe worts i'i operation has been auld dur lng Ibe last year, ami the balance farmers wit ii,>i sell or manufacturers buy at present prices, while the part ..f tin- labor employed consent! only as a temporary thing t,> accept wage* which ."iii.I nut be made permanent nnlcsf* nfter a prolonged strike and greal suffering The derna ml for goods is full-, n (bird less ihan usual, Itecaiise the people, Impoverished by tin approach of rr ??? Trude, cannu) purchase im milch as usual ami can i-conomlw- In clothes rather Ihan In food. Were Ibe pending bill lu force foreign g.ls would lie Imported in enor I IOU* .|!i:ill!ilies. |f the peuple Wore able tu buy, at price* far lielow the cost of manufacturing si milli r goml* here, even willi wool and labor unnaturally cheap. Tlie proof la thal foreign agents have for months been offering to soil gtamls fur future delivery at such prices after the bill lakes effect. To pass ibe bili would nol end nncertalnty, bm wutild Indefinitely Increase it. It would nol revive business, bul would chine part of Ihe wurt* now in operation, though no one can de? termine how larg.- n part. The shun and upon t.:i r ii to revival nf business Hes the other vva.v. Kill the bill, or postpone it until the people can ad .rn lt, and Importing agents may get white willi wrath, but Ann-ri.'ans will rejoice. APROPOS OF THE INCOME TAX. Article I. Section s. of the Constitution of the ("lilted Stab**, title "Powers of Congress," Para? graph I. Sit Ths Congi ah ill hnve pnwi r to lay at, I coi? led Issi i'l'i- . Impol ls .ni I ? cclsi . to p iv th* ? i gen f the 1 alu ! Si it< -. h il .il duties, < md r-x. tx* uniform tin ?::?? rmi The same Article, Section '.'. "Prohibitions and Prlvilegi"*." Paragraph t. *aj - llrect tax shall he Istd, ? ? . imi ration : ? ? ? ,k< ri. i.i' iii,- Income tax ii"-1 proposed, bow much would Hie S..mil pay lintier the constltittbm.il plan'- How much would it pay under thc Wil? son bill? Cl ns! M. lei I- Al TRI A TON. Seldominn uti] State I.cgis1ii tun* done better wort than thal of N'ew-Jcrsc) this y.-ar since the Democratic conspiracy again*) its Integrity and usefulness -fi- defeated, lr Iii- iimlevlnl in.lt pursued Hie course markeil oin for it lu last y.-:i--. |Kipilbir campaign Milch bellellceill . Hun lin* i.. en eil. .'eil. ami ?? !mii is not l.-ss important much unsound and dl*hom**l legislation ba* l*oeii re|iealed The vast system nf partisan tyranny omi i ng rule .-ind whole |i iiihIit nuder gul -?? of law, a hlcb sucei - i ? oralie I ,ei*is|aturi * ond ? i..\ eriiors ii ul spread ??? -i Ibe State, lui* ls ? -n swept law* hal e !.li l*e|H a!..I. ..iii. ??? croaied for rim; revenue milj have '..en nlml I and He- whole State government has I. .a placed, for Hie lind lime In mau] years, mi a sound. . il and p itriotlc b:i*l* I In* I ? . business .md golllg There |s little inure reilll] lice -- :: -, to I I day* longer w ll ls- ampi In u -. .-\ er the lin ffi*i*th ?? \ do ..f .. r. tbe few n m iliilmr l bv tie- p-? .pb- Al ll is j,.is-.. | a b|l| repealing 11 ratle -??rn inn titler ami de ng the election of Assemblymen liy emin ? .- i ''institution. Thal w ill s n .- ? ? ? !? eil..ti from oliy dev iltry Hie - nf the King may devise Many un are now pul forward, a* i- alway* Hie ri Hie elosillg days nf a legislative s,.ss|,,n ; r?. must ? ri lim. wort by Idling Jobs or..tun at ilia, eievi'ittli tenir I lie 1 ? ahoiild !-??:? open ev es ;im| ste n|y rn r* es until ile iii cl fall* ami ll -I,,,,ii,i f iii very ll . ni nu milers, ol least, . In Idell li lilli's \\ ll !i tile e,,|is lug d ie tildi dui] and nf bin lng tv -!i mond ill .ii ..f Hi. -?? who r otho. - And If "Jersey -??? ti re:.!,ry ;iiii| uni nu Idle phrase, v* ll be io- iiiicertaltit] abuir the political lt Slate'a nt for nn.1") a vear to conn t/ I I h ll I XREST, \| ? hr da* passed in "-'limpe without oiij nlariuiiig inaiilfostatioii* of thal social unre*l m li ? li i- .ii., inosi ? i; feature of 1 ll?' closing ?? i'- of Hie Coll! ll I*] A l.uiuli was Hil I uiidon t.itlldhnll, Inp it wits ku .bunsil*, charged a- t, i,,. luinnless, and wa* ci iibnilv di -,. ie I ri* a practical Joke at Hie ,\ue'i-, nf Hie polli-c, ri f h. r (han a serious al il io desi mv Hull tl un*-honored muuiclpal i-oiim-il chamber Iii Vienna ii grenl latsir strike lins caiiseil intense excitement, and kepi the puh.e ami military forces Imsj in suppressing riotous d 1st url** noes. The other European cen* lies have lulu unusually quiet. Mass meetings and procession* wen* prohibited iu Parla, nnd ibero Wore tn, s.-ii,,us ??utlireaUs oaalnsl public ?tiler In lt-.ni" Iii Iterlin, Hamburg and other iii iinan lilies there were Ihe customary wort Ingiuen's deinoiistratluua, with leaflets s.-ai I. I'..I in Mn- streets and Socio I is! lill I'll llglle* in the evening' bill Ihe rillllblllig* ,.f the limier gnilllid in.in-trial World neem tu have caused les* pul.lie apprehension than in nsi*ui years. Social illsconteul linds open rent s,, readily In the declamation >,f agitators and in the licensed literature of Anarchist writers thal lhere are no pent up revolutionary furies mi the Bu ru|ie.-in May l>ay lu Un- I lilted States the 1st nf May has found a larger |?ro|M?rtlon ?.f the industrial pup illation wlthoiii employment and occtipatlon ihan has Peen known since th.- panic of ls;,7. \e\er were th.anomic and political rotuli. linns moro favorable fur promoting social un pest; btu ih,- American workman has not lust his respect for authority, nor has the sobriety of lu- judgment been impaired. The han.ls nf lrani|*s mm prowling aboul tbe country under the leadership ?.f garrulous fanatics have uni) ?sci ti tl .-..Mle,upi and ridicule from tbe milli.ms if real Workers, Whose self restraint and steadl H. ss iiud.-r the terrible prt*s*tirc of hard limes, railing wogi** and kick of employment canuol oe !.?i warmly a*. Ml | Illa tl' I* ? 1 The r,,\ey mOVe* neut is already waning. Tile lawlessness dis [ilayed iu Montana, Oregon and Ohio has dis ?reilltetl ii as a criminal campaign. Coxey's ."ii melodramatic eu tm nee Into Washington nilli liis sire.-I fakir marshals, Ins I*elncu rna Hon -mhlcm* ami his l'aisiaiiian troops brought it Iowa lo the l.v.-l ef burlesque; and his Inglort* Us exit fruin tho f'lplliil grounds after a game .f lag with the police in Ihe shrubbery has re lured it lo a farr* with hardly enough humor n it iu entertain Ihe newsboys and bootblacks ?i Pennsylvanla-ave, There is social discontent lu America and the ir.-1 of dlmffectloa ls rery wide; bal with '..\e.v and his theatrical mummery, and with be Hamp brigade* swarming in rugs and mt er* bv th.- wayside from San h'runclsco to Boston ami lusting after free transportation in 'n*lghl cars, Mai Kay ls ont without its I'eeri-a hms and pleasantries. Bveu In Hies., )lilr,\ i.?*? when ii laboring population, which has .ti lilglify favi.reil in all tl.Ofldltloni af bs ot for thirty years, linds employment scarce md Is willing to work for any wages, thero la inure to f.-ar in Bnrope from the unreal of tim world ami something at lena! lo smile at In \meriea iu tin* fantastic p.-rf..rinanoes of Pop? ulist mountebank*! like Coxey and bi* crack brained Imitators. European Socialism has Its Anarchist fanatics and its dynamite bombs, and these ai.ooralea and weapoufl ngalnal which tbe resuiirees of .'iviliT-aiiun musl b.- arrayed for Hi- pivsel-vatlnll Of su.iel.V. I'uptllisill ll.is its irani!- sideshows and its blatant oratory, ami ih.. .pl.- have only tn p.- reasoned with at auother election in order to frown down all th.- vagaries of demagogue poiiii.-s. Mut ii must never I... forgotten Hi:" '"' ***ho sitps willi Hm ih-vil innal have a long *-l."? WI.vcr plays tlie part ?.f demagogue in poli? ties and creates popular dlaconteni with well ordered conditions of National prosperity as? sumes th" responsibility of netting om- class against another ami aggravates Hie evils ..f social unrest. Coxey is oin- ol' tho leant ilaUger mis men in America to-day. Inderi, his ad? ventures iiml Influence in H.ml may be highly b.-nolicial. since he has succeetlt*d already in making Populism th.- laughingstock ?.f th.- Na? tion. There am more dangerous men In Con gross than Coxey. They an- th.- agitators, who have l.ii proclaiming for years Hm doctrine that Protection Involved robbery of Hm poor and wh.. have been Inciting social restlea*ni*ss hy declaring that the fanner ami th.- wage carnot- have nol been getting a fair and equal share in the prosperity <>f the country. The President himself has set tho key for tho mis chlevoua, discordant music of this year's May Day. ?__________?? Til.- shock which soi.f our r>mocratlc and Mugwump contemporaries have experienced at th.- exhibition of "partisanship" by Hi' Republi? can Legislature reminds un.- ,.* the horror whl.-li fen up..n th- whole Democratic parts when in iv,;i ti,.. Un.-.in Administration carried "aec ti mallsm" tu tte- ? ' "Invadinga sovereign St i ?.? " Governor Flower's veto power i- a two-edged knife. If lie misti."s ir, it will slash him hard. Hitherto ii." argument of w< m. n in the matter of woman suffrage has been mainlj afflrn With rio. iM,,mi,m of the Anti-Suffrage Leaaue, which brings a glowing stray of beauty, genius, wealth :ml other superlative feminine endow? ments Into ths field of discussion, Hi" negative | sid- of th.- case will be duly presented, and lt i,,i-- tum ..ni tti.it the camps are pr.-rry equally divided. However this may be, vvlrh women un P..tit sides, tieT.. ls lim., doubt that tin? case will n .'.v be th .roughly di b ited. A- He- Democratic Club on Saturday it was ?!?? I that the Democrats i-i Washington hal made f>*-.ie <-f themselves. '?'??.-, thal i- true; or. 1 everybody knows lt. ? Tin. down! ?wn clubs are rising i;.t i Imp rtant iislness and social Instltutl fthelead li .- ,nes presenting every era." and elegance of ?i ti ,-u. i app ir.' tneni a ii1 h an unll expenditure can lend to th<?m. Th ?? i. ive ample libraries, the finest ?? kery and service, .ind their pi ti ? ire as luxuriously furnished uni o i ,! j the tn ??? ia uptown clubs. Tho Lawyers," ri rio- fifth fl >r -'. the Equita? ble Uulld.i I I -ngth of the f ? atm ?'ir... s ul * ? I ? th-. Uni st and ristllest devoted to bu - in rio- v arid, has !???? ??. sbral I I iring the few > ea rs <if Its I ? ma y be - : upper s- iry nf t he sj : Insurance ?' >mpai ri promises i ? have ar- -carden this summer, . e. in ? -pen* ii- terrace on a s- tis ? - :.- h ingii g gai lena of Babyl in, and with ii much handsomer panorama unfolded be? ni ul Then organtzatl ns .ir,- springing up In erablo numbers In the business centres ..f 1 under the au-; . ,-f the great Insurance companies are the m.wit ipe ' icular, and really rea h .. :' luxury end ?;???.? i a ... re l pa : The gullloi ?..:;? rj murderous snar hlsi ut Paris. if an', t. iv think- i lea of a bl inket nated with Oovernor Plower, he gives ; ni heal of the Kiata* government too much credit. Th- blanket paster bears the ear? marks of David B Hill, who Invented Hie ? 'i paster ball rt In order to help bia Tam .-? ..t!i. ?? ni in ls resp mslble for the suggested blanket ; learly haa >??? I the Hill patt nt. There are two great part c men In luntrj Republl ins and l tem ? rats, lt seems llkel) thal there will be two greal parties among women Hu ff rag its ti i Anti-Suffragists Coxej is ii godsend t. the Tammany banditti, Jrawlng off pul.h.- attention from them for the ! '; bul thor case will noi be fora, .tten or neglected. Justice, ns Jeremiah Black was went tu -!-?:?...? sometimes, travels with n leaden ii.-.-i. but it smif.-s with an ir-.n band, a I which Tammany tins found oui before and ul which it will have ira* memory refresh ! In time Now that uno contingent ..r" the Coxey "anny" has b.eti seen at nh..rt range In Washington, its tm.- oban 'ter comes clearly Into view No one need tv.-i nry alarm because of tills ridiculous demonstration. Governor Plower is to give a hearing to day ? ?ii the New-Turk reform bills Unfortunately, th.-re ls sum., re.io in to fear that he may have aires ly made up hts mind In reference to them. An Executive who will vet,, a bill several days before lt reaches him la capable of almost any? thing. _ PERSOSAl Thomas Coxey, the father of "<; nerat" Coxey, N visiting lils daughter, who lives In Philadelphia Ile is violently opposi l to tha Commonweal Idea ,.f ".ink.-," ns ha .ails his son. "Tbe Press" s.iv s tim: Mr. Coxey is a quiet, modes! man of nh mt slxty tu.* y.urs. "As unassuming ii man." ons ,.f hi friends says "aa you will nnd In a seven-days' rs-alk." He stsb hom */ery n.-.ir Philadelphia, at a place tear the Half Milla The General was born in this stut... too, but they both dimity located near Massidon, and have made a fair fortune In quarr? ina. Th.imus Coxey I- a Democrat, but earea very little for politics, tn (act, he is |usi about the np poalte ,,f his son, and hs had a bani time bringing him up, for "Jake," he lays, "waa a stiff necked cranky, pig headed .sen of a son, for ??? quiet and mudest ii father, and when 'Jake' gol i; Into lils head to rlrown the cat or swim on Sunday he iras very likely to do lt with, ut waltina to get hla 'dad's' consent." The father, il la understood wis opposed to the Commonweal mo vernen I from tba First, mi,l aft.-r he found that "J ike" wis hound to : ne tried to set him lo leave ni- boy. Jesse r home bo that somebody could mk,- care of the st'o,-K ' flinn Hut "Jake" had his own nut, aa he .hi in tt.,- ,*.s,-a of drowning pussy and **o!n*,- in swimming Sundays George Macdonald, tbe English novelist, has treat. Iv Improved I" health 'luring his winter's stay In ,v f.w- weeks uti > tin- Oovernor was compelled to pay a Him of five hN coachman drove too fist er Ni-vv / ? il.in i shillings because 'fhn Rat Ployd w. Tomklns, jr., formeri) pastor ,.f Calvary Episcopal Chapel, m thia city, and now rector ..f si James's I'har.-h. Chicago, ti is accepted tn.- rectorship of Qrace Church. Providence i- i of which i!n- Rev. Dr. tireer. of thin city, waa for? merly rector, ll.- will eater upon ins .hui.., on Juna i s.iys "i'ii.- Philadelphia Record": "Sdweaid .vii\ bridge, th.* pion.-.-r bivestlgator of animal locomo? tion, w-hosi- circular p**tou*graphlc views. Instaa* t.iii.-oiisly caught In ii series, ,.f trotting .ind *-.il|op lai h orsea,, running men and beasts in .iii manner of motion are well known, ls now hark again |n I'll!!,ul.-Ipili;!. It waa at the Cnlverslty of I'ennayl v mia that he i-nndtirted hla llrst experiments He ls now eiiKas-ed upon a unique work, which will Kive a reeuni*- of animal locomotion aa pictured In art Ila ls stuilylni- the painting's at the Academy of the Fine Aria and In th** oth**r galleries 0f ?h with the vi.w of exposing, their ; vukvi ^-^7' thia regard. He la also c -ur, .:?; lit: n? ,h;r.rr"'r? ta gatton of insect and bird High* t ?- th*X !"?**?' Hio Inventors who are seeking to discover th? ?f of aerial navigation, li- i?;,, v - that i ^2S cal series of photographs mn-iu sli*-i much sihlS?' new light upon the subject." "-ama**-, Ti..,- Anglican Bishop, Blyth, of JeroaaJe-a tiuit ab ni li ? ? 9 .:? .-. i have < ? |tjj" JJ"]* lng 'h- last few y< ai -. ? r ?.-. within ? . - ' !M i tater h< bi la Immli ?*? *-? a 7//A' TALK OF THE DAV. Weather Pi :i ,, lyn recently, showi i a ..? - ,,,, lT", "?" lustra tar- iii- vari J" Am./UK other things, h. ls rei-u ir, j,'.v',. "J tii.u ..nc of the many a lya .1 ? ..- ; wlT*t"*af^ tempt r iture waa rising wa j bair. When lt began to I ii J t- mperatur.. ? rn ? reason wh; doea not take any coura *e ?,: ? , ', I When u man mak. a a r?*! glou h .... -, L > mi., timi will let bli ,. , "? himself. I When the devil goes to church .'. -|.... *,,.,, ways sit ? n a in, ,< seat. ' ' *"* i'ol sent weeds to be . reminder is. h. expects all non to ?? n k. ' l0* There ar- men wno count on . ? -. -?a_^ bei in- they - - ... 0 i ',"""? (Ham's Horn. cuu Th.- cham i .a erase ba* i ,. itno^ p.iut of law in Montr..:l. The <'.ii. iii m or;miai ' !'' I,r '' ' " ???'?'-? lal ui, ler that law a n A M rested for i ... 0,. ," shop, When th i irt, rho qUf> Hon aro ?? v. nether .. chan gk am, uni within the intention of .? -<*n * chairi ls al I to lt. On oi iui (h. lt ls not, bi sad aa **m though UM r.-j-.i, ??ii" l.'' lt ; r? ^ , : iWB the c?s* out ol court, bul lt la i n*ay ba* an ? I to I tl. .r.i f.;.;5> a liri ii app ii in l) Thei in nat ?0f.4 than the ? - l In bj th i vera nan towart i tha ul**. lady i'r- ? ,\ -tm** sio> "The Philadelphia lr- that tba Datsa> atty 6f Pennsylvania has i . the world of Ba ri Qa nsj 0 thls corni i the i , that the es iv itloi i al N ? a?a.| have bein In progress I ? -? pjg. year, have unean | Bel froa in top to Its foundation. ? Bjgla li aboul one bundi .- ? ,- | , now aim. bi c .mi ' ?? ? ?* i and ahrini a ??? ? pl arel Al i ? i ly many I.i - . form I iMaf an l ..rn- r tbs t*mp'i md life of Babylonian i ."--pin *,(** ? ears I,.' re thi bj 113. ? ??v. red. Di -. *. mada upai f Semitic Bites ming year. THE COXEY ARMY. OH! wv -ir,- ? band of ga lant With . Ilata -:? :? 1 I And we're ir. ironing ,>n to V To demand ..ur ? We .; redistribute tbe com ti From Ma.n.- to v..-x: -.). i' .r the ina:! rn ho ti 1 napa l-',.r < 'OX. y' ? anny, oh '. W, 'r.* going tn down the ; \ r, 1 twi --. mon. ;? We'n ? ... We'll make t hi tn w. rk up ? 1 - ? r wall with wo. Tie ? A i-. 1 If . \,\.-\ '- army, oh! ? alt- ? 1 J trail Th ? quest in haa of I I why tho Ar-rrS ?? West Point wear ? n sMl the uniform ..f the Army tffl cf thia distinction dates back to I War et WML when rh-- ? I .1 blue cloth ? at Ocas* d Winn.: I Scott's 1 rs-clatHa 1 the ' f ' t brigade at Lundy'fl Lana un! Ch ;, ? ???? 1 that V88\ aft-T tr-.- Uar of l-l:', a reorganlsatl in il dal tv'^ Point Military Academy waa made, oui of aass**-*sj men! to ?:. neral - ide the uniform of th-- cori ' ta waa chai 11 ? ts gi 1 ? : ink 'I ' ? - ?? mr ; !? : -r h. "Yea m "I'nlted st tte. Army?" "N ? ' X Vrrr.v .'" ? : " I ons Then a ? . ? THE DRAMA, HAWK!.!-: i.\ THE FIFTH v* EM** M . li curl sit) lu I been si -"?" * "H I ? Theatre waa crowd ! from >? ? ? ' ""jj evening. Both 1 -. ?"di aaa% ... ar-4 iift.-r tin* closing , urtatn fi "" f ,1.1.1 ..nt wll ?' ? . r.-i ite, Bo S| aren Baked Uta I* n 1^ :. n a thoroui Sew-Tca*! e. It rem ml>|. I too mu -*" . or.- I rougl 1 out by Coloi nant tv tii.nn-. - on sun laj ? v. nina | "rl?f' s . ni i.-!i may be said J scene was not .ii- - ? r< o'cl wk, sn i rh., las word ? ''? * v 1 ? t. . ver In that ? rt t -"?? ?'"*?' tn. som.-. Tba refusal of Ma) r Gil '? '* of Hr. Qerry, to permit an iel tass ""*?* I...... ,-.. ..-j . f ..... . . . ..... ti... ... : ,; part -H "?? n yeal - 1 .?? to take tl ; this piece cause l the n< ? srtlcles ? ; * J motives, . - tl.Ul -S....R-1--I tor .1 I. IV W.'-K-*. O'll -i I- I, ? . ... if genuine merit, and ir ..rf mia both tu*- ,,;;r:;ev 111,1 the sanctltlea which 11 ' *"3"J pie whose Influei : . .--il As a matter ol ?-? ..I ii ma) be men* "?'.?,,., io., pan ot Hannele was played l?> mm "-""vEr [tlanche; that of the figure if Hain ' ; ; ' ' .,, 4 ind thal ol thi -? 1 -"i'1 ''* "[,, . n?t Banka; the parl of H ?:-1 M 11 tl ? b> M - ''?' "Vlj ler. and that of OottwaM. th. 'r' *^ ii?o tint of Christ, b) Charl ? J. 1:1- :-'?' If t BBB I /. * P. lill Pl irs AXXUAL ' >-'rrRT* Marshall 1' Wilder irav? hla saasal cwicrt ? he Hendetasohn Olee .'in'* Earl las! u'*"fjin"% ntertalned his audience greatly '*--t!l ?*" JJJS 'tori.-s. reclutlons and Jokea, and waa ably J*J| .) the Melroii ill) in guartet: lirooka -n.l isnjolsts: John Prancls Gilder. i"i??H'' 'K .tiri ?owen earhart, Mme MathUd-* > "'"'>' Se ch Webb and .1 Alexander Bllverherg. ?'-, -.'', There .?r, .md ,\n.,s Catharine Antea accompa""J*-^. ,n4 ras a good attendance of Mr. vvii.i;r * (ri % hey gave evidences of enjoying thc v-u-"* otnment thoroiiKhly.