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WOMAN AND THE BALLOT
.N INTERESTING MEETING AT Till H. "MK OF MKS. J. 1>. ROCKEFELLER. tppltSSSSfl BT Tilt: lrl'.V. ll M. BANDERS, Mitt j. in.I.i.N FOSTER, IIISS KATH FIELD AND OTHERS A BIQ MEETINO AT SHERRY'S TO MORT. An snususlly large number ..f pron.in.-nt womsi ?Crag' Bpcakeni were present yesterday afternooi al [n : Mrs, John i>. Rockefeller, No. ?Pfgl r'?-. fourth-sl., and the drawlng-rooma sm _.il -,?.?? || i with women who listened with in '.)Tl>: to their word-. The i.-v. i>r. Henry M I the Madison Avenue Baptist Church iKr,ip;e.i the chair and Introduced the speekers Mr?. strm'". Walch, i?r. Mary Putnam Jacobi jIr, c ?? Runkle, Mis. .1 Ellen "Poster, of Iowa _n 1 M'*s Kate Field, of Washington. Mrs Runkle humorously l>.--*:m her address wltl ?n anecdote, "In the beginning of time," sh-- said "there wore twelve basketfuls of talk, and lt wa r?[?)rt'i tl.at Eve took nine of them, while Alan had '?' ^ramble to obtain thr.-.*, so 1 presum. that thi* account 1 for the disproportion of the seaei j.or,. ... lay among th- speakers. .-jl-aiy 1.pie have asked me," sh.- continued, "li . j,] not - ..1.-1 1. r that this Budden, unexpecte. u4 slmosl violent movement wai .1 fad. Posslbl] 1: may b*. bul ll ls going to lead to |.I results vKx .1 ii :- " says thsi In order to reform one mua ..?cri el**1 -'"' grandmothers. Now, .air grand nd to have been very serious an. " .. *: n: in) assen that the* ?-nui<Jh"x" oren I (he thought of doini mm% ur ???? ai :?.;> things sa lt rs said w< sn mtM w ?' Nov 1 wonder how much ot thli ?asiHIon of affnlri was owing to belief ar.d how much t" ?:''? li onmenl T i have been lOld that loo years apo nun wen ^1 . 11 were nol '?ranted the right ol ?nffrago. and they replied that they didn't want lt --jH .. t get it, but it seems to mt tnat thal ?'? "? somewhat I: ,i_iui*ht'r . Woman has th- power of organise* tion to a ma ki I degree. Bbc also has fon arfor ? ttlon. Prudence, energy, couragi -r,1 indomltahl. perseverance ar" specially the gift! of woman, and Invaluable In government i,.l AMI-"!'-\n..\s OF WOMEN. ??AU ino '.tn gov. rnnu nts ar- govi 1 nments by dis. 1 thal is -roman'- greet talent. Women _,,] Mug 1 probli ms s loftiness of ideas that most mee lack. Women would bring to pub ?1,, interests enthusiasm snd hopefulness. Some men Bneer at this and som.* women consider lt had form, bul no : successful with out lt." Mr.. r. tor i- ?? rn 1 to th lion ..f politics jn the West, r ! -ni: "I know what women are out the ballot, and 1 kno-a (1 w much j. ?? ? lo with it. I hope yoa rn 111 ?*? t it " (.\;.; .msc.. Merni..ri was made of tie question re? garding the church, and the probability of eccle ?? being exerted lr sras admitted that this mirht be so at first, bul when the women (rra.sp.-l th.-tr position and their 1 - would he sven omi. -"Something must be done." continued the speaker. Thenssnrln of wsge-eernlng women ar.- hungry in.i cannot obtain employment. 1 do not plea 1 for any one system, bul n must em t ikeu. Tht- woman who dalma she baa enough t 1 do with? out bi ? 1 with this matter will be bene .-. lt, ...- she will h.a\e better facilities for doing what mu--- Will you women, who -lt |n ? - tn '..mf .rt, say. 'Lei who want ; I igltste.' and do nothing to hf-;., the cause? Thia is rho quint. ?? ? ness, or :- ii*- 1 by misrepresentation. You n't think or you I A LESSON FROM THK MAFIA TROUBLES. Miss I .i.d that until oas year aj-o she had - 1 ff rag. ? privilege, not a right, but had always bellev. 1 that If the ldc- of the enfr.u ever became fashionable it would 1- ? t, and smilingly Bald: "N ' m iking li fashl tht rei She continued by referring i| ly In New-Orleana, and said thal that awakei When I found," sh. "Ulai sixteen Btui ? t..v. aufrras? to allens, I handed in my ad) in suffrage. The. bat] 1 .- gra ?...-. ri .- nonsensi I hav. Been ll exercised, and by the l"st women ot rho Stats Men and women are eternally equal and eternally different, and we want that difference in politics to es) tbllsh an ciuilibrlunn." a meeting ol tha citizen- of the Yinth As ?-ml.ly I'isrrict was held ir. the Meed ? ? Uapilst Church .'a*t evening, to listen t 1 suffrage ar-rum.-nts ly Mr, Lillie Devereux Blake, Ml Harrietta A, Keyser and the Kev i?r Robert B. MscArtbor. of rr.. Calvary Baptist church. lu* .\l ,? Arth-ir Spoke with enthusiasm of the move? ment. He regard! 1 it from the point of view- of Justice, purity and temperance, and declared that lt was ?woman's light"; that she would "undoubt? edly ; ::..'? the ballot," and that Intemperance, if not actually doomed, would he greatly lessened I* woman hal the power I 1 rote He admitted that he didn't believe In unlvorsil suffrage, hut t1 that then should he o,iMl!tle.i auffrage f"r both sexes. He considered that if the present condi? tion of the city government was a fair exami what men .-auld do. it was quite time to gW women a chance. A large number signed tho petition The woman suffrage movement bids fair t>. .-.... tiru* with undiminished vigor until th.- Constitu? tional Convention meeta nose who favor woman "jfTrage will hold a lag vt.- sting at 8 right. Among tho speakers will be i'h?rles Stewart Bmith. the Rev. Arthur Brooks and Pells Adler An anti-surTraee meeting will be held si the home of Mrs .1 c. Hoegland, No. BBS Clinton-eve., Brook ?yn,, to-'iay, at 1 -.30 a. m. PROTEST OP ALBANY "ANTIS" THEY C.ROE BIGHT REASONS AGAINST STRIKING Tin; WORD "MALE" PROM THB PTITUTION. AUanv, May 2. -The following resolutl ts have been adopted hy the women of this city, who are protesting attains! striking tho word "ma'..-" fr .no the Constitution of New-York state: "To the Constitutional Convention of the State of New-York: "Gentlemen: We, the underal*(ned women of the State of New-York, resprotfully remonstrate against the Imposition of political duties upon woman, anl beg to preseai ti your honorable body this brief HateflBeal Of tbs reasons which compel us to urge our orran request that the proposal to strike Out the word 'malo' In tho constitutional quallfloa erfl in the Stats of New-York may not prevail. "First?The theory that BUffragfl ls a natural right ls mistaken and false, lt ls nnd s'.ways hus beet! ft political privilege, granted by the Government to the govern, i The very fact of this petition proves that the people who make up the Government of this country may extend . r restrict fie power to Tote, as u has been from Hmo to Hmo grant'd, coi ri-; or withheld <>n grounds of public sd ra itag<* or exp^.n^ncy. ?"he- " . re^v'.n why the privi? lege ihould i." extended to women in this country for any protectl ri 01 preservation of th. ir ""?Rats. Whalevei may be urged In Rngland, or whiteyfr may have hern nra*--1 rn America s half century airo, it cannot be doubted 'hat women aro absolutely and ahun lantly protected bow under tm ?sliting system of BUffrage, and every step in ad? vance has been -reared by tne votes of men. "Third?The true application of Ih- term "I ixntion Wbout representation' is not that ?-\-<-ry taxpaye* ?boult] vote, but that such representation should t.. "Usured ss will give to every pr iperty-hol 1. r the protiet,.,,, ,,- his or her property and right*.. The am* v -, s ,,? America have so generously i tented women tt;.lt they have to-day s degree of Potect, ,n as to thetr pois cal property far beyond ?at which N niven to men. Tourth -The evil sffscta .f unqualified universal ""?flr-o-e are already sr) terloufl and bo widely felt "***t lt would only increaM the danger which mm ***f ir free Instltutloi to-day to enlarge *J"*r**t* by an lncre?i?e ol v.'-rs similarly un """?aiined. ^?"'ftb?The temptati .n to corruption in buying ** "??t?-a cf large numbers of unedii'*a|eit women, ""'ta so axed politics! principle! and entirely Ir "'ponslhle. would I.I; rn..,us. lt is a felt fact w-a.y that in our large towns lt is difficult to gel ihi ,*',' n*telligenl md ncorruptlble voters, sad "?*? aarne tendency wed-: -ir; lout'"-liv aw. nurr,h*-r of thi .. ,rst class at the p slxth-The granting of tho privilege to vote _""*_" """-an the right to be voted fpr, participation m the canvass, tho entrance into the arena of what ? ca.ied practice] politics; for all which things women are excluded, not hy law. but I.v their do .re? duties, their t-mperament, their Instincts ..VPreference* lh S*,.v"n'h?r.a. hue Of this power anal privilege In tn - 2 "' "omen WOUld mean their expo**iire co-.o" :,n ' ,"n,,"'l'* for which trVIr Whole ^?n-titutlon, tri'ininjr and character absolutely unlit th. L'',;".mwh ** "?"?>' :ir- ""I'."- I for s.-ivl.e In """Sh-k ,h' ?'"'?1<'"' cr ihe live departments In nc.. ""J:" r'':-""" betwesa rn.*n and women the li.- * "? tovernment, which non rasla upai court.. K !""! ''"owing s.-ntlment of chivalry sad and ri,, ?."'?'?-??el be rudely di-turt.ed, and antagonism take tv . y .JOth ln famillfs and in sod. rv would and .v.. ''"?-? to the dlscomfori of both *omen ??**P*','al '1",r,ni<n* '-f -be beal infests et SAAried APTER WATTING PIETY TWO TEARS. flt-Vent" N' Y" M*y 2--An4rew Wagoner, aged ?event *ht" an<1 M,M Hann',h Wed***-. "?"??"? ??g-srap",.'...' w"re m*-rr!ed here last night. Their -???e-'nient dates back fifty-two years. HE SCORED THE POPULISTS. EX-MAYOR HEWITT ON TIIK RESTLE88 ELEMENT OF SOCIETY. HS REGARDS THU PRESENT M v\;n.-T \TI. i.vs AS DANGEROUS SPEECH AT Tin: MECHAN? ICS .\\l> TRADESMEN'S BC* I MTV. 'dr . ? ,1 tramp to-day to gel a living in (hi -a .rid man lt waa for an honest man to gel a ' ?' " irs ago. ir such p rBon- a 111 ?-? irk, Ii I Ihem eat, bul if they will nol work, let them starve." Ii was Ai.ram 8, Hewitt who .il thia last ? in the course of a spe. thal made lively and entertaining a mee;;:-..; of the General Society ..;' Mechanics and Tradesmen of the cllj of New "" rk The iccaalon waa the unvi ling of a bronse tablei in the meeting-room, in memory of the founders of the toclety, iwent) (wo In number, ? as follows ltoben Boyd, chair? man; John Yen-.'*. Henry Baker, .''hn Balley, .John Anthony, Andrew Thompson, Henry Wolf, William Ebeneser V...mr John Shepherd, Edward Weeks. Joseph Jadwln, Anthony Poat, I inc Mi ii. Dennis McReady, John Burger, Hugh Walsh, Will lam Alli a. ]-? i.ah Wool, r. ?!. ir Manley, ? Taylor, and John Stagg. John I.. Hamilton presided. Charles T. ii.!'...way. ? an ..f the Finance Comm ???-. presented the lab'.ei ? thi ? I Lou Kati a. ths member, unveil. ! lt. It wis then that Mr. Hewitt spoke, ll-- '.llu--r .?? 1 by the :if, of Jesse Sellgman thc ir." il ; o intry for .;. . .- ti. ..- m. r. Mr Hewitt cntiira."!: "Arithmetic is an uncom? mon!) good pr.-p narien f ,r th" 1, n--- conduct life. Th.- knowledge that two and imo timk.- ; i ::? mid not nv. Ups ar the f .ari ian ai of all morality. ' sup]. thia society now haa property io the vain.- ..f "0,000,000. Workingmen and employers ich th.- right to organise, bul thal .1 give them. ..r either >>f th.'in. th.- riirh; to . other people who do not choose to organise, Durins tilt- Inst twenty Nears lhere has been a disposition parl ??' public men lo overlook this and t-. yield to clam.r From being ats teamen, many mei in public Hf.- have become demagogue* aa 1 )-. r. lally stricken down that in th- law which his .-iff.rici proie rion to citizen* and t. Individ? uals, until Intimidation has 1.i.e.. p,,rt ,.f ihe public economy in this country l uae the ??? ir- i.i-o.i le.-t a. nae. This -a i? cause n 1 ? eight of the fundamental prlnclpl. ? up .11 which ! this Society wai ?Von should establish a ..ass in ? (he v .ung Efl .rt* .? ill he begun rn C ? ile lr:--, a" i y .u . . with a- .a secur? ing ih.- services ..1 competent teachers 1* mis' I..- .lone ..ri ,1 (treal scale, for .: I* the antidote t. Communism, Anarchism roil Populism, which are 1 disease* .*-.. , pi lemic and fatal that, rm in lime, they -.\:!l destroy s??;, tv Although there are many ii.-h men to-day, it is saf. :?- say that ; the greal mass ef mankind havi rn re of tl forts ..f life n..\y than at sn) period of human als t.'O " 1 Al plan-.- 1 .\fr.-r -?;-. eches l.y Joseph .1. I.: phen M. \\ righi supper ia. 11 b< rve 1. I HEY WERE MARRIED A YEAR AGO. THU WEDDING "I' MISS ll ::i:v 'i.. v. V DR." ANN..1 N'CED "N'.N 1 KSTER1 'AV The .ann tuncemenl ..f ric mai ll Schulyer Hurra, daughter of Edmund vi- ;f uri to William \ ari l. ri 1 ?: ? Draper, made yes! rda) was a pr.at flurprl ?? t. tl" men ?? tw . families, as well as to the itrtim.it.* friends couple, While thc engagement was mi more than eighteen months ago and the mai was set for an early di'.' ;?-; y< tr, at Calvary Church, th li ? . rectory of st. Mark'a Protestant I Bi "elyn, en April IS ..f Issi >? ar waa ? wn : . any pa rs ?::- sa* ? ceremony, TTm Rei i'r. s. M. H-si-.r- ihe reel of th- church, . iii lat. :. and lng 11 hla own c-remony without making tb propel , . ?. I >ntractlng parl .... sway by her father, 1 ntll iy 1 was n d . .v ,r thal l's daughter was Mrs, Draper, and th- Intelligence ? 1 sudden and pain! i Th. R< ?- Dr Bas? il ? who p. rf r mi i the rr . tri. pr. member of th h..1.1 ..ri April 15, ..f last yt .tr, bul r,. .. >i'-et|..,-, 1 . ..... latin] a Mr. D h-- was twenti fi vi years 1 ;?'. and the young la iv confessed to twent* Mr Edmund Andy Hurry, wi.en seen by resentatlve of The Tribune last night, absolutely ? ? I : ? ? . ? ? . .? , b 11 beyond tha1 w. uld n >( b ? In l 1. ed t 1 Mr. '. .raper, who ls a grandson of I I -rai er, ? v.. ? .11. toi ? tl Pori of N-?s a I s- .-"lal ::. nths S| in Rt. I. dc. '* 11 tal, a victim of appi 1 a ness it was report. I In so lety that he wa* n by Miss Huns and 1-er mother. II- li *s in New-York prosperous, The newi of the slop ment, sp .k. rr of, ?'.aa tl discussed In . li ? night. WEDDINGS, The marrinc* of Mis* Fannie H tn 1 '?'? ? to Thom.. -- <; William ol Plttsl in at no >n yesterday st I -. No i"i W. il Flftj -slxth-sl mony was performed by rte Ri?v. ii. !? Ga Miss M B We? maid A Moatooth, .1 P tl was beal ni m. The couple wil : after th-ir bridal I >. ran Grove N. J., May I (Spi lah A | wedding t....k place yeal rday si tl.- I 1 i.ar.-nts In tiii.s place. The conn partlea were Miss Helen May, daughter of the lr-v . ;? irge Clarke, snd Charl-*- Emorj Apgar. Thc itlng clergymen were Ihs Rev c fa-',, r of the bride, snd ll ? m A K of Asbury Park. Bethlehem. Penn., May I beth M. Brown, daughter of Samuel T Bi >wn W Illara Douglai Jd .ore, ol I s re married thli ? parents, In Market-st. The Rev. Hr. James '? I. ? ? - MITES CE THE ST iel'. At Tony Pastor*! Theatre on Sunday evenli entertainment will l?- given under the ausplci 1 of the f> A's As usual with entertainment! given by this club, fl long Hst of prominent vaudeville artists will lake part Ara who Save apre.-i to Appear are Weber ..rid Fields, Miss Ms sic Bom bin. Jami P. H .- r, Ihe R 1 ? ll Bi 1 Miss Arma- Har;, M.-a Jennie O'Neil I" ttei Oeorge Marlon. Arrliur Kyby, M.us lt'*??j.- Fairbairn, Theo, the Brunnells, th.- Lorrette* arri Mis* Jessie Ollvel john Drew's next engsgemenl In this city will be played at the Empire Theatre In September, Hi w-ril remain st th<- Empire d iring the t "ir of the m .ck c impany. in "Charley's incl.," which la to be play< 1 il the Bijou Theatre on Monday night, 1: J. H will be seen as Petei Sledge, a champion middle? weight pugilist. The cast will also In. dud. ? Miss Betting Olrsrd, Miaa Bi itrlce Moreland, Miss c rs M iev, Miss Alic I.' i-r Ol Tge Vf.heard. Charl.. p. Welles, Raymond Hitchcock and Herbert Brun lng. Maurice Barrymore snd 1: J. Henley, who are personal friend* of James C. Roach, are ? > Iaki the puns of the policemen In "Rorj of the Hill," at the Fourteenth Btreei Theatre this evening. COXETS COLLAPSE IN WASHINGTON. A DEMONSTRATION OF LAWS SUPREMACY From Th- Washington Bl u Coxs) and lu-.wu- are now fully satisfied thal luv I*, auprenu al On- National Capital, snd thal ?: forts to up-t lt lo tine;,th ,,f violence Will Barely l.e as futile as was the endeavor to day. THK OTHER BIDE OP TH): POLLY. From The Springfield Republi. sn . ir course lhere ki a more larioua side to the 1 1 ent foolishness, and v.<- shall be well oui rd it if no furthei outbreak against law snd order any sh. :? results. NOW LET COXEY OET THEM Ol-T. From Tix- Washington Posl As io the mea who are now In Washington sod who me certain ti.oms 1.ur.lens upon Ihe rom inunltv sa soon sa the nov.-irv ..r th. lr pres?*nce wears off lt rests with Mr, Cosey snd hi** lieuten? ant* who gol ih-m Into difficulty to K<t them oui ol it. POUND THEIH LEVEL AT LAST From Th- New-York Recorder Th.* -rr.-ut "Oeneral" h..s retreated Into s Ineloaure, aad N exhibiting hi.s fr.-ak- for sn en* tnm.e tee of no mudi p.-r head. Thai ls the i.-v.-i o. 1 ?-.*.. >? and Coxeylsm ths lev. 1 of the dims nr.r- um CLEVER i.I.ai.INi} WITH COXET From Tb.- Newark Advertiser. Too much cann?! bs aald In praise of (be ronducl 0 the police of Washington, ii--'- acted with the gresteai pru.lem-.? and irautlon. The Btrongesl n.int In ih.*lr conduct wns the clevernei 1 with which they declined to attach an) Importance to the ill-fated Coxey. Th.-y did noi fv?n do him the scam bonni ol arresting Ww. --t"1 msklni n msrtyr of him. BTATE AUTHORITIES SHOULD I"> LIKEWISE Prom Th.- New-York Herald Now tha the vanguard of th<- "armies" bai come to Ki-ief mid lt hus been di....... sti at. d that the business is Idle dud futjle, Itta to be hoped tha the epidemic will flubi ld? I hu. desiri ? ?.- ?',. promoted If tbe var;...,-. State authorities will follow tbs example net In Washington of dent? ing sumniuiiiv witn ih*. nut-anna A SHIPBUILDING ACADEMY. WILLIAM H. WEBB'S OIFT TO POBTER A GREAT MERCHANT MARINE. ! TIIK NEW SCHCOL TO BB DEDICATED ON SAT L'RDAY- AN UNEXAMPLED CHANCE POR rOl'NQ MEN TO LEARN VESSEL ARCHI TiriTirri; THOROUOHLT. Webb'a Academy and .Home for Shipbuilders, sim.it.-l on the summit of Fordham Heights, over? looking the beautiful valley of th... Harlem River, will be dedl ited on Bal ii lay at I p. m. Th- Bite, buildings .md .ash mot ? . alread) eel apart si sn endowment of (he Institution by william H. Webb have been fixed In tlie trust deed at |_,6S0. OOO, y.-i recently In addition to this Mr. Webb transferred to the trustees large parcels of high rent-paying property on Manhattan island, hi* Idea being n-\er to permit the institution either in Ita t lucatlonal or charitable feature* to seek assis? tance beyond th.- Unalta of Iris personal fortune. The exercises on Saturday sfternoon will i?- con? ducted by Bishop Potter, and addressee will be by Joseph n. Choate, Charles s. Smith, tho president of tha Chamber ..f Commerce, and others Identified with the maritime Interests of this port. The a. t Incorporating the academy and hom.- was passed In 1889, snd the trustees named therein re . William H. Webb, James M. Brown, president of the New Vori< ii pl tal; Charil Smith, charles H. Cramp, shipbuilder; Richard 1' all. n, ya. bl snd ship builder; Henry Steers, Will? iam P. Trowbridge, Columbia College; Andrew Reed, shipwright; Th..mas F. Rowland, president of ti- ll difficulties while seeking to SCOUln a theo retlr-i] a* well as a practical knowledge of shlp buildlng. He then determined that if it were evel? in hla power ta smooth ile* psthsray of technical knowledge lu this direction for the industrious, in ? it and ambitious young m.-n of the country li- would gladly .1.. bo. The chief feature of the W. H. WEBB. Institution, placing lt apart from almost all other academies for free Instruction, ls that tuition N ii..! onl) .hsi.liil.--iv free p, the -tu-i.-nt until his final graduation, bul board, lodging anl washing are free. There ls, moreover, a hospital at? tached to th.- Institution, ard there ls a distinct part of th. Institution I ?? ai'art for the ihipbullden and th- lr fir.- ,,f fi|..i,-. that they may not bs flep srated r rom each other until the lin .1 end, The Interior space i* divided Into larg.- suites and rooms f..r the various . parlora, library, ACADEMY AND ll...Mil FUR HIP.rill DEI l-a.-oi. , ., . - '...r. . ? ? I and Ita Fr. m ll . ? - tie- c .mp ... ? two feel ? I ni itltuilol own ? \;-. r : UEHMAS OPERA IS -I',1IT Tr..- ; I rk within In . ? ? ' f (Wi ; - * . ? now ? pile of tl ? 11-.-. Th it wa . ? ? " ? r- ?*? ???? too linton : ? ? ? ..f I-.rh. Tie !?? V..V- I ? r the ... clear thr ' He I ? . Mr ? ? ? i!v. Mi that th.) their efforts. I . ? . '?[? St elli W.I to I ' ? ? I . . - ? I the I ?ir Mr. Ktelnws i bins wis : ? alon would take ? wo lld j.roi... li] I..- to nr .. 'letl ken In a day or I' TBE BoTTEST MAY t ON RECORD. NEW-TORKERH FNCOMFORTAnLI St'RPRISED BT THE INTENSITY Of THE WEATHER TW.. SCNSTROKES REPOR1 i.i Th.* highest temperature for Mav I that h i* ever been recorded In thia city iraa felt yesterday al noon, wh.n the thermometer registered ?: degrees li. the ri lng of Ihe sun to the setting there was no abatement of the heat, ll hough tbs tempei Sture vari'-.I from IO to M degrees In Ihe coom,- ,,f the day, the high percentage of humidity made it as uncomfortable si ona me aa another. The .a beal dosm on the pavements w((h almosi . mi ; lui- r. -'ty, I | Inh th. tiint had lo ...r.ier.-. thal he had never wltin awl such un outrageously hoi day for the aeason >.f the year Those In wlntei clothing aweltered, while the young man who broughl oui his straw hal wsa coi tingly .....l. The Westhei Bun iu said that the uncomfortable h> ii waa caused to ., warm wave from th.- lakes meeting ..il wind* from th.- Atlantic seaboard. 'lr... cause.] rh.- greal humidity 'I h. higheet tem ire for May ir. Itfitt, wai .a decree* For to day fair hii'I .-..ol-M ??.-.tier i-? |- imlsed. The drsi case t pros I i:i^ r. ported lo? th.- pell..- il.rii- Voung, twenty one years old, wh.. liv- at No Vii! Pulton st., Brooklyn, v.. ii .\o i.'s Ksfli Twenty-third st., ..Lout ll i. m He waa attended hy an Binbu? ri from Bellevue Hospital, and v-i-iv rred sum. I ntly lo )"? able to go home, .t Ureenpolnt, I. I . waa overcome with i,rat wini" BhovcHina coal on a schooner 11 - hud been working hard and waa es posed to the rays ..f th.- m .I-- rallied Bufficlently t.. walk to hi* j- i... Th. thermometer regiBtered M degrees In the shale when Brown was prostrated. BIOHTT-EIOHT DEGREES IN BOSTON, i: lon, May - (Special). Tba temperature at noon Cit) ar rt..- Si,rmi Reprice Station was ss. ::>.? highes! nt thi* data linea tie- establishment of .n .ii bare in lill. Tbs previous maximum . waa 77 In ll Portland Me., Mac _ Today was th- hottesl la-.- of th.* -?-..:-..n lu Portland, tn.- thermometer i ?;? terlng S2 degrees. WEDDING '.His TXJUBBD AT Mi:. Pl BBC ra Henry Clay Plerey'a home, No. IN Wesl Elev .-nth Bl , was th.- scene of .a fire at an early hour . morning. Mr. Piercy and his family ? Hill asleep when th.* hla sa started. Smoke was seen comim* from the windows ..f tbs aasss l.y a innn living in ll:, -nivich-ave., anl he nt oQCfl I a policeman Who .-''lit lu an ul.inn. When Un* Bremen arrived there waa bo evidence of any life in the burning house, although th>- smoke had aroused nearly ever) ons in (h.- neighborhood Mrs, Piercy was Aroused by th.- firemen pound? ing on the fron: door. Sh.- Iel the llr.-m'-n in aril iic-n at..1-. i the famll) ah. Including .. servant i . th. airest In their nixht clothes After th*- blase wis extinguished it was dis - i that some weald Ina present* in a bedroom .ii th.- second n..-.r h.. I i.n badly in lured. Thc ta belonged toa daughter of .Mr-, piercy, who I last we >h to Georgi Oroe berk. The i.cum n oi on their wedding tour. The presents Included many handsome osldlsed allver trtlclea, aa a ? [d sllverwsi ?. bi I. a bra of sort* and a mlscellsnsoua collection <.f [hms-s useful bi i "iI..mental Tba los.-- on furniture and wed linn presents will probably amount to il.juti. The damage to tha louse was at .?_-* ***** j li ? the .i end I i.i .inlng ? ? . ..vr - ? lal b-* n madi .-1 ll n . . i . ? n ... ... h .? -'ie |in-t m Nai ? \ tl of I ?? FIRST sun i i.r. nu s in: u. Tj the I ? *"P*TS| 1**** of Thirty. I - - - . . \ ? .r Jourr .: upon th ? sine, rity ? I f al ... ? I" !? Bbl ! r tx li ? ., I ? Novembei ex pi . iffer ? i Bin* : : : . ? 1 n . 'in m .? hine . m : - Committ. ? .f ie- is .i lat have beei for a nd e rea] 'he i: md you will be I - Tl,. Rrpu - ..? elf-, for the first time ii. ? ' I. I ts ? -ri now - ?' , ? are '.'.i. - '.I I) ..r. a luc? ie; \ i r .ir pul pi ti rprlse worth) the e I r '? ll?? If. how -v. r. \ OU intlnue t.. ni mil ; ?? .ur di - ipp um. .. ? the failiir.- of -..m.' pet scheme ..r favorite r-t.iin.-r hy blocking the way, you will hav< to rei off th-> lie or he - I espectl div, . li un.!;-' ii t. , . ii.i.is Kew-York, May ~ ISM ? ? HOW TO JOIN Ttl:, REPUBLICAN LEAQUE To the Editor >>f The Trlbui i sir: Please Iel me know through your paper if sn) Republican mai be s member of the Republi? can League, Ia (hera an Initiation fee anti an th.- di YOUNO REPUBLICAN. Brooklyn, April 11, I'S" iAiiv Republican may become a member of the R "publl. an League of Clubs by joining some club whi.ii is in (he i.-n-u.-. Every ''I"1' I'1 Ihe Stat.- L?sa*ue pa) i annual dues of $". t.. the League. Ths various clubs which are members have dlfferenl scales ..f dues and assessments lld i a. 'THE AMERICAN STAR." To the Editor of the Tribune, Slr: In reply to the queries of your corresp A F ii. in relation to tha souk known more com? monly by its iirst line, "I ?onie, strike the hoi.I ant' I would r- iv thal th. re la little doi. i it waa written al...nt the period of th-- VVai I have frequently leard ii sung, and always lo the tune (sometimes with slight variations) called "The Hu m..i i of Ol n" an Irish melody. This nus a great favorite ol Robert Hums, who composed to (he same air a song which ls now, I presume, much more acce Bible than Ihe original, and which, aa ls well known, wa ?? Itten In honer ..f Jean Armour, who h. .-am.- ills ni'.- Tbe drat tanxa of thia beau? tiful song is I Quote from memory: Their grovea ..f aweei myrtle i.t foreign landa r>-. \..n. Where bright bramina ?ummera as hals tri" perfume; Far .l.-urer lo me ron 1. n- kt--n o' green breekas, WT ile* Lum Itesllna un.It Hie Inr.c fellow broom. i lesrar rn me ur- y <n bumble bi om bowi Whees lha bluebell ..ul t.-.^n lark lonely, iin-cn; K-.r tli-r* lightly tripping, amana- the wild ll I A Helming tba linn, t afi s indera my Jean! The peculiar measure of th.- verse renders, it ts tremely probable (hal Hus was, in fact, Ihe ..riKt m.l ali io which the song referred to wara Bet. JOHN ll INNES. Bins Bing, N. V., April Bi, UM. PROPESSIONAL JURORS To tbs Editor of Th- Tribune sir: In regard to jury reform, I auggesl thal we have piofeflslonal Jurymen ss well as profes slnnil Judges. \t BB would snswsr th- pur? pose in New-York City ?t s salary of HIM a y. ar. tbs cosl would be half ii million ii yeal ought we not io be willing t? be taxed f..r pure ju-ti ?-? ? neil sa pu water, ? tc " Considering tbs rush for the offices generally, it would be easy to find the requisite number of men of character and Intelligence who have been thrown off the truck ..r Lii-iie ? fortuni Men thlrt) yean rho have graduated from college, snd atudl. 1 law, should be preferred Such nen appointed by th.* |udgei for len years or hr.- on nomination of il,.. ,:,, \... tallon from many applicants would make a lury which (di nan bi lot, of ours-i ought not io be challenged escepl for personal Interest in ,!,,. , ,?,. |f the preseni syatein tends to tbe bs lectlnn of the ii*iioi-ant and stupid, and only "om n|-clence can tell what a Jury will do," we are under Hiv tyranny of chance and our boasted free? dom ls a dream. Of ooursa. the action of tba Con r-titutlonal Convention will be necessary. The ex? periment might he tried In New-York city, when th.-re is a great deal of law business and wealth to hear the expense. JURY REFORM. Hast nrange. N. J.. April 30, ISM. ENROLLING DOGS AND CATS. THC BKROII SOCIETY HARD AT WORK. PREPARATIONS TO IS8l*E 10.000 LICENSES?THE LIVES OP Tin: DOMESTIC ANIMALS BRIGHT? ENED ANL THEIR TROUBLES SWEPT AWAY. Let Tammany do what it may, ? mil mew, th" dos ?iii have Ita day. Tims saith the American Society for the Pre? vention of Cruelty to Animals, and Tammany bas been shorn of another source of patronage. Un? der Hie old do(f law, Tammany was a veritable sir Oracle-, pompously saying at all times: "When i (with a bl*, big 1) ope my mouth, let ni dog bark." Now, under the new dog and eat Isw, lt "Sings small," and the A. S. P. C. A. says: D |fl -hall .alight t. hark, nt Mle, Anl rata shall m<-w I.v .lay on.! nihill fnl.-r the old law every croee-eyed and broken nosed Fourth Ward Tammany "heeler" well-nigh worrie! the life out of 'i'll liv" I'lvver far "sp plntmlnts" as a dog-catcher, N i ,??'}?'* sgenta do all tbe catching in full uniform, anl "Othello'! occupation's gone." could the aoclety'a found, r. the philanthropic Henry Bergh, se,, the heaven on earth now prepari I for doga snd esta In this city, he doubtlesi would <? ? I that, while other people'a dreams .ir,- Bald lo go by contraries, his miy y.-r bo fulfilled with ? considerable Ad? dendum. Under the old law the Mayor1! Marsha] Issued licenses for dogs at V- each, and .very dog h. l to ????ir .i tin-cut tatt and ko in leading strlmrs or w.ar ? muzzle. Now for Ti the little dog may roam at his own sweet Will Without leash, or muz 7.1- lt he only wean "SI ail time a collar al.oat his n.-ek with a metal t?>tr attached tl lng the number of Us license stamped ther whi.-h i^ provided by th" society without extrfl chirk*.', if. however th.- dog is not las abiding and s . ks to evade the llcensi fee he is likely to he ? I and, If nol redeemed within forty-elrht -? be di 'ravi or otherwise dlsoosed of." Under the new Isw, the cat which hitherto has regarded as a "-rt of social pariah and ostra? cized at th-' bootjack's oolnt, hss bec .me canonised. ns it were, and is now recognised ns ene entitled to the same constitutional rights ns her canine enemy, and even greater privileges. For Thomas rsl and tabby cal alike may revel in front area or i... u var l. on balcony or fence, without fear or re? pp -i-'i in.-. . Isw). and without a 1 if he or -h.- only weara i collar or ribbon about his oi her i.k ire.-ru..-?I with the owner's name and place of residence; but otherwise he or she may ha "aelr.e l and disposed of In like mnnii'-r as prescribed fer dOgS " Superintendent Charles ir Hankinson, th.-veteran and efficient executive officer of the society, hss been one of th. busiest men In the city sin. ' I, the .l.t.- 'i \-f i f.,r licenses to I..- annually pro? cure.] The company's ..tiles, x... IO Bast rwenty si cond-sl . have been crowded daily from "rosy morn tm dewy eve" by owners ..t dogs and cats invoking the strong arm ..f the law to protecl their peta. I'p io \. st.-rda-. afternoon over S.floo iicer.se* had been Issued ano Mr. Hankinson expects that the number wlli reach from R.000 to 10/on. This by no means represents all the dogs an I cats In ths city, the number of which lt is impossible accurately to determine. Ir is estimated thal there are at least 10,000 doga within the city limits. Mr. Hankinson thinks there ire ten times rs many of the feline sp.. es which according to his estimate, would make Kn.OfiO, but ia "every cal has nine lives," this number mus! be mulMplle.l l.y nine, which would give the alarming aggregate of t..'..*. .a< an over? whelming cataclysm; from which lt misfit, perhaps, rr. I'erentlal for the patient and loni* sleep I ubllc to Bay, "Oood Lord deliver us." EA NSA 8 REIT CL WANS A STIR. "HUSTLtNO" FOR THE OOVERNOR8HIP NOMINATION. CANDIDATES LEADINO THE PIELO RESCt-T or the canv tua ron dei bo ktbb up to dati Kan.. M??>? '-' "Special). Th.-- Republ tan r-snvasa for delegates I (he State convention, h will meei in Topeka on .lune ... has thor aroused the Republlcana of the State There ls er>-..| Interest nm..mc the rank and Me to put 1. sal",, and popular ticket In the field. Tho ter of two years ago was the fault of nobody rtk-ular, bul a aeries of unfortunate clrcum iltlnsr In partial defe it of the ticket. The i ?: ?: ? of Represen atlves onlj d, snd that I'- a larc scratch and by hard lighting after election, aa well ai before, A. W. Smith, the .- lidata o* two years ago, ls not In the ir He bas written a letter declining 1 lldate T ere are four aspirants for the nomination for Oovernor il N. Morrill, wtio wa.- beaten in the ntlon two years ago on the third ballot by ls the li ci.ru: candidate. It la sufficient to Bay ? ' Major Morrill thal he has held ninny offices, and ll 1 them sll With credit to the State ni; 1 himself. M.. haa been Slate Senator, and for several times represent* ! th.- lat District In Congress, and hla .national through his auc ? i I., sive th" counti y pension Isw George Vi Martin. Editor of "The Kai ia City ( Kansai I i Isaette," .ind form, ri Printer, li another candidate who is well known nni well thought of throughout the State. He trill wing. I' N, Heiser, another can .it'ia'e, is n youn; mun from the western ptrt of the ri it-. H.. '- a thoroughgoing, bright snd sound Ri ; a*, lie-in. of tire cISSB thal al..'iuds |,i the great Arkanssii V'slley. ll" win have, however, few votes In the convention Ths late t aspirant la l-l IV ll- ir, Editor of "Th- Marion Record." ons of tho beal weeklj papers in th.. State. Mr. Hoch h- been a leader In tlc- central portion <>f th. Stats for years, bul has never held any official ; repl (hal of Representative. Hs has served two terms In th.- Legislature from hts county. He was .speak-r pro tem during the last s-ss|.in, and to him, perhaps, more than to any other man. ls due me credit of bringing th* Republican party essfullj through that lona; and doubtful con? test. Three -rears ago, when Ju.l?-e '"rank Doster, the leader of (he Populists and s?... laiists, was ? candi? date for .indue, and supported by the F*ustonlata, Mr. Hoch did splendid work In hi*, newspaper, and also took th.- Htniup. and lils argument* and ap? peals were bo effect I re that I.ester waa beaten In every county in the district. Naturally the op poic nts . !' Mori-ill turned with unions eye and ear towal l Hoch, but nothing Mas risible to tbe ?>-,? and no sound was heard Mr Hoch waa pr si.lent of the Republican League, and consequently cadd nol ? ur.-.- the campaign until he had thrown that mantle upon oiler shoulders As noon as this was done, hi published a letter In which, though not declaring hims.-li' a candidate, he ja ve many good reasons why sa many Republlcana w.-r.- iissat is.ie.i with prevloua conventions, He took high ground, declare*! uk.-.inst ringa and cliques, against the promise of office, agatha! "the fixers and makers, and more rhum lilnte.l ih::t the nomination of ? full State ticket was aires ly sched? uled for the Stale Convention. This letter has many g.I things that the majority of the party arc willing to admit to be true, but lt ls not il letter calculate.i te bring ii" at th.- object Bought. nor- will lt give Ita author any great amount ? >" MrenKth n..t now. However, if he had foll.,wed up tie letter by personal work among those who be? lieved In Its sentiments, he might have mad.* tho nomination of Morrill somewhat hassrdoua, There "Hi be m.? delegates tn the convention. Major Morrill will have his old Congressional dis r;.-i bj a solid vote, and he ls seeing deli -j;.:t >a from every portion of the State Martin will have a -har., of th- ipi. hm and vth Districts Th- Vlth nil! !..- divided between the tour candidates, ii.n-n uni have ? majority of th.- ivth District, pro? vided he carries .shawnee county, which includes Topeka, and lins .('. votes. The Vlth Dlfltricl will i.e divided, with Morrill in the lead. Oui of ihe :i.-i lelegates already elected, 200 are for Morrill. Cyrus I .eland, lr., member of the National Committee: the K.-v Bernard Nelly, eg-Penslon Agent, and I M Simpson, chairman of the Stat" Central Com rntttee, have worked for Morrill. TUES THEY SPLICED THE HAIN MMAOR. [?rom Th? ch'c.ieo Tribune. "You h?at us," said the defeated yachtsman, "be ;ause you caught the brees! before we did." "That's becauae we watched for it with baited : " r- pile I rh..- -. li tor. Uro. C. I'llm Co. ..t Hrh -t.. ar* --Ulna; ut Furnl ure. Do nol dela] Qa Brhlla v..u lune the cream t. i|.-k fr in as Ih-v i"?.|i ni"\" '._.'! 1 s Dr- >V. A. Hammond's Animal i:*tra<-t?. Cera nine fa the lr Un. Cardlne for Un. lif-urt. Ti-aline. Ova lue, et.- J MILHAU'S Si >N. is,*t Iir?_away. or CO I. CM HA LliilMHAl. CO., Washing! n. MARRIED, .RAPER H'-nitV-On April I.V isti.t. nr th- P.-ct..rv of St, Mark- l*role?iant Episcopal Church, Bruokljrn, I.v Hie Rev. s M Haskins, i>. l>.. u uiium V. Draper t.. Helen Schuyler Hairy, daughter of Edmund Abd* Harry BR NON ll..WAHI) in Res I. n Sn i. . -..un.. M 1 ISM, li il..' It-i F li M.-K.-wr. l.rilll I ii -I .r.i i. Thomas Aifr.-.i Vanwo, of Brooklyn. Notlcea ..f marriages must be Indorsed witii fun lame and address 1)11 1). .NTIti'NV on Wednesdsy, May 2. 1*0-4, Daniel Anthony. In hm tITfh a -ar. "tiners! -en ira-* at Mi late residence. Allendala. N. J., friday. May 4 nt 2_'? p. m. rain lessee Chambers-el.. N. Y. (Eris H Ri. 1 p. ra. mt:i). PlttTlfS SsSSasll. hi Mills?, on M.ntay evenlna. April *. lMH. Kater A Hr BM Funeral services at her late residence, on Thurtday, May 8, at 2:.1>l ;.. m. W'RH-On Tuesday Mav I. at Mil V - 74th et . Car-dins Kent, wif- ,r Prof Wm. H. I'urr. ,t New-Vnrk. and .liuR-hter of th* late I.imlel. y I'. Seeljre, of Ballaton. . N v i Puneraj .n Friday, at snarler t. li. fr m Christ church. Tlet-?i. an.l th.- lr lulearard. I Trey and Bsllatos papan ptsaas espy CHANU5R?At Tuxedo, Stay 1. IBM. John Winthrop. only eeti ef Winthrop an.l M.-rrK'ir-i Chenler, agra 4 | > ir- .ai.I ?* ni' nth". Funeral privet. DAVIDSON At Nv.-.-k on Koadsy, April f>. .hillas Oliver Im..r.a. n. funeral services at lila 1st- reaMeaes, N: n k-.tn-Hudsoo. lay, Maj M. Bl Srl3 \>. m. Tmln laarea foul M. al li" p tn. I GRANT "*i Tuesday, May l. I'M, Tbomsa J r.rant. aged ?'" \ - ar r ... i hla late residence, BSO Hudson st.. on Thursday evening, at h o'cock. Intel m. ic ai . ? a- rob ?: ?? ? f tastily. HITCHINSON Tuesday, Mav I. al Newcsstts, N. T., Florence, d-i>is-ht>-i . f tn late J..elah lt. and i ar..line .; Hutcbinaos In'.rnient at Evergreen* r.-nr- tery on Tiiurstny, a I-out hiilf-prist 1. JENKINS Suddenly. ..n F arth day, 5th nv-nth. rt. Avis, daughter ot ihe lats Thonnea W. anal CarsMJM M. Jesalaa. Th- funeral win i~ held n Blsth .lay. the 4th met.. .ri Priendi' M--rc. - hermerhorn-at., lt* .iklyn. ??.- ri ... ? Intermeni ; i leste HU.man i i Tui la] Hay I, Ulura, el v-t dasgatar ..r Agusii ..i ..ci tl ? late christophe! Pidlman. in tbe Sith \'-..r "f li- r age, r neral al -rio Thursday nftern.".n. nt her mother's realden. e, .-::??, i: i~- l h-i ?t. Se ? .' aa prl va ti RORINSON In London, England, April _S, ..f paMSSBi nla, Edward n, it I In* n, i :.- - Ann I - Col. Rl'MSET-Ai Dorchester, Haas., Tuesday, Nay I. UH .\ Rum-e- t.,i-t .r J r.ii \- Rumsey, f...marly ol Waahinr.ton, D C Interment private, ai Greenwood Cemetery, Friday, at 10 i m Wa-htn_i h. l> P., papen pies* i BH.LIMAN Ob Wednesday, May S, Joseph Siliiman. la Ilia ..!'?!. ' ? * ta .?."?! irl.r: la -re r ape. tfully Invited te ntf-nd th>. funeral service* al he late realdcno L'.-.'J Fifth ;i> ? . on l-'l : i I MI I Bl 1 , Auburn (N. V . papers please cost, eli".'ERI.Y Ai Madia, n. \. .1 . Mar '-' Henry Anano RultS, infant fen nt Chattel I'. Bl 1 Julia Cobl Bitterly. Burial private. SLOAN On Wednesday, Msy 2. Jsru. Thnsiai & sloss. . r New Ha* rn f mn 'i dem h's late realdence, No. 24 Nortoa-et.. New ll.i- r.y . -.nn,. fi j..,, i. M , ; n. m, 8PEIR Al hil residence, \... r< Rael Stth-et., nn Wednes. da) rn ming, Ma) _. ISM, ,.'r-r .. long illnf-a. <;:ihert 11 -'i'.'!i r' ii I prl VAN RRt'NT Suddenly, of pneumoata, ..n Wednesday, May - al ti;. fifth i , . -rman Vari Hrunt. daughter . f th.* late Jr.rn ?? F. nnd Anjrdina <? Henry. Notice of fun*mi her. VAN DEI'HEN Al Santa Barba i ? tare* ll IBAL .hun.-. Lansing v.-.n Deuren, N. V.. aired .'.I years. Puneral srrvtesa bi his lat* reetdenct ..,-?..-? _-, .- estnut-st., Kingston, N. v.. Ma) .">. iv'.u, al - o'clock p m. williams- in Brooklyn, on ll Ma -j, rv.v-.. .1.-1 U Williams, aced "7 v..ra. Tan.-tai servleea al fi" realdence of Edward <' Barnum, int Haneock-st., on Kridey, May 4. si ll o'clock p. m. ? ' the ramil*. KFNr-urn CEMETERT, Kart-ea Ranraaa. <i nMMBS. fr. m Grand Central Depot: new prlvaita et.itlon ar tn' trance, little*. 10 Taat 4?! at. Telephone call. S3! SS fipcntil Xotir.s. At the Amerlinn Art i.nllerlea. Medium Bejssr*, South, New-York, ON' EXHIBITION DAT AND EVENING"., AN IMPORTANT COLLEOTIOM OK FINE A HTS ol' THE LATE .1. J. PEOLI, ARTIST. COMPRISINQ ANCIENT AM) MODERN OIL PAINTINGS, WATER COLOR*, BNORAVINaB, ETCHINOi, praW INOB, &c Ac. taglcally, 'rem tba Bfteeotk eeatsry down to very recent date, ur I illy, tba specimen* flf en pm\lr?;? and etchings, nunit-erlnic nearly three thousand. Include almost every n.-irn<- knows Bsd raise. Many hear the 'stamp' . f moat renowned collecilon.**. private and public, and offer a rare chance for connoisseurs. "Many DRAWINOS an by tha tertmtAtB. water cul...KS of tho fJONTINENTAL SCHOOUI In arc-it ra* rtety, uni .r OIL PAINTINOS t-i.*re nr^ apeatSBSsa of Salvator Ross, Raphael, Rlbers, l'\m. Carat, Ktty. Ftla, Pragoaard, Ooya, Ac. part of which were ling hell by Mr PeeH'8 ancestors." THE ENTIRE COLLECTION TO BE s<)l,I) BY ABSOLUTE PUBLIC MI.B ON TUESDAY, MAYS, t-ND FOUR *fOt LOWINQ DAYS. AT 9:30 AND *:45 . I'OLOCK P. M. ???. au;, groea MO pegM, msllj I on tweetst of 60 centa. ni' m vs t: KIRBT, Aw ilaaiar. AM' i'AN ART ASSOCIATION, Man.iK' rs. il HAST BD-8T.. MADISON SQCARS. A.? I'lflh \>'*nue Art (inlier!.-*. ::?;?; fifth Avenue, n>-ar ;iith St., M. V. UNRESERVED BALE THIS APTKRNOOM AND TOb MORROW tPRIDAYI AT 3 O'CLOCK. 400 BEAUTIFUL OLD CHINESE ART OBJECTS. LAST OPPORTUNITY OP THB skaSON. i :.? BBM Bl | SI r-t- -r-i-hlp EMPRESS OF INDIA ItllMAKK AIW.I1 BLUE and wmrB BINOLK COL.OB AND DEO ORATI D VASES, JADE, AOATE, CRYSTAL AND AMBF.R CURIOS. ORTOtES * o>. ROBERT m.iMKRVILLB, Managera, Asrtlaaair. Opium, Morphlnp Inn.tan.un nnd similar babita, -|.ly, permanent pain led* .-ur- guaranteed; no .aiirr.-riu-r. not a reduotloo cure; cnauliHtlen. explanail >n of trratmenl end valuable traat .n I...m. cure free; all buab c nfldentlaj. fall "ii or .i-.lr.-sa NATIONAL. HEALTH CO., UB Weat :i4ni-'. N>u rom nt) _ Clark's itidiiiK ?snbssbI. Sn*.-lil Indueemenla to besinaers. Sh.1.||? H^naea by |1 .?. per hour; eklrta furmalied fr'-e. P.n.* hcraea ?jr.. IVEST l.'TII ST.. IIET. rril ANO "sTH AVES. \?. ?tli.*r liiiii-tr lina the right to bottle or ua? ths ' word Rye rn eonnecti m a-ltli "l'1 Crow Whiskey, fur finn 1 nair..- m ..ii th* 1 'bel, ?? .rk. :.n.| cape il" ..f the g-naln^ Old ! crow Rye. tl. ii Kirk * Co., Nbs York. ".lailin uni.." .... ral i .il- Waters." : l even ? The I Hint ra. aif Anierli-u ii I.Itern t nra*. Low Price! Kaay Term. Av-nta Wanted. XV. E. UENJAMIN. Publisher. 23 M.ist lGth st.. N. T. I"..at..di.n \otlce. 1" r.-i"ti BUlla f.?!? Ihe B I ? i. ..* May | will close (promptly in all eases) ..t th.a offlce, ?? foil loira: iii; irs..ai, a- io .an n m, isupplementsry ll a. m.) ? ???'. -il Curaca . ..lr- ? CartbaKeSS 'ind S.i-a. nilai. . par a a. Cararaa .l^tipre f..r .alt^r .'?ian .<...ih muat bs directed 'per Caracas"); ax 12M p, m. (aupplemeniar) 2 p. m.) foi Europe, per a. a .\.ia-.'-ia Vlei rm. i ia n.)Uthampton and llanil irs; at *A p, ia. fer Trualllo uer a. a. Ii irer, rr.ni N'ew-Orleana; at ??1 p. m. for Bluefleida, per s. e. .1 Wilson, from Near? ori'Miri- il -i p in tr Jamaica, Santa Martha, ra rt li a f, ni, Sn. n.lin and I.lm. n. i'-i r. *. lila.U Prince .letters ma ? i"* directed "per Blaek Prince' i; al BJS p. m. f..r Newfowsdland, per steamer from lt-iiif.-.x. PRIDAT Al 1 p. ra isupplementar) l:SU p. mi for lienniida. per a u. Orin co; al ll :jii i nr for France, Hu !**-rlHii.l Itali. S;.alr- .' rt uk* I. Turkey mid British India, par * I !?< BourgogM ria liM.r-. SATURDAT?Al 1 ? m for Braatl, via Peinimhuco, Rio Janeiro mid s.ir.tos. j..-r a ? Catania, from Hilt,mora tlettera f.-r North Hrai'.l aad La Plata countries must be directed 'per CataBIa"); at 2 n. m. fer Kurep-, per a. a. Lucanla, via <ju".-riM..--n I let tera tor Germany must l>? dl reetad "per Lucanla"); ti* .; a m. for <;.-rn-.any. per ? a Saale. via Hr. men tlettera for other pana ol Kurepe, via Southampton and Brem D, mual bs dtrscted "psr *-"a_lo"': at lu a. m. for Newfoundland, p?r>- a a Silvia; _t ll) a. m. (-upplPtnentary 10:30 .< in I for IVrtune Uland. Jamaica, Ja.ni..| anl Auz-Cayea. p.-r ? I, Alana; at 1030 ii in f.ir Campecha Chiapas, Tabasco and Vu.*atan. par a a. Vlijllanch- tlettera f..r .ili?r Mexican Stat? and Cuba niu?t bs directed "psr V'lgllasela"); at ll ? m. for Netherlands direct, per s. a \V?.-ken.lam, Ma lt>t .rd?m iletters muat i.e directed "per Werkendam"); ar 12 m for .N'.rw 1 .':;.>.-t, psr a a H> kit .letteis must t-e directed "psi Il?kla-->. at ' p m. f"i husua, <-i|m. Haytl. <Jv.n atvea, St. Mar.- and Port >l^ 1jI\, psr atenmer Ozama; ut I j. m ti 1 Soiland direct, per a. a. Euras-oiai via Olasgow .l.-ttcra muat bs .Hr.-.-ted "psr I-'urnefrMa "); at ?ri p. m f.r bluenVlds, per a a. iluaalr. from New-Orlseasa Malla f.r t'hina mid JapSB, !>**r a. s Oceanli -fr rn fan rranclaci, etas! here .lally up lo May t, at fl_jfl p. m. Maila f.r Hawaii, per a a. Australia (fr. tn Baa rein Cisco), doa- h-r- daily up t-. May li. al il 10 p in Malia for I'hina an.l Jnp.n Ispsclally addreaead only), per e. a Kmpreaa af Japan (fros. Vanoouvsr) doss h?r- dailv up to May 7 ut fl*S0 p in Malla ia China and Japan lapse tally addreaa* 1 ..nh., per ? a, Victoria (from i isms) close bera .Inlli up to Mai I ..t ?'. IO :? 111 Malla nar Auatral a (except Weat Asstra.la) and Hawi.il. |.<-r ?. a. \\.,r-. irn.-j (fr. m Vancouver), ci..-, har* dully arte. April 2fl an.l up t.. Mm it al .i:r:u p ii. M_.lla r r the Society [alasds per ? inp .Ililli.- (.'r-.r-i Sun Itanclaco), i-iosa I,-re ,i?||y up to May 30 ..' '? ?" i' H. Maila f.?r Australia tex. ep( th..aa i.r West Australia, which are forsrsrdsd ria raii-ssj Nen Z.-uIaa.l, Hawaii, t'ljl and Sninoan |?|.in.1a, per e a! Alameda "from San Pimnclseo), etoes hera dally us to May ?Sfl .t I*SS p m. toe aa arrival at N-i Vak Bf a. a Lueaala wita iimrah maila f,.r Asetralla), Malla for Newfoundland, hy ral. !? Halifax, and thence ba at.amer cl .a? ai thia "ttlce dallv at fl*30 p. m Malla I r Mliuelos! I-. ia.1 t.. ll.aten. ai..I thence by steamer, close al thia ..mee dally at B*M a. rr Malls f..r (Til*, ti- rall to Tampa. I'la., and thence by steamer laallin- Mondays and Thursdays!, doss at thia ofllca dally al 8:80 p, rn Malla for Mesleo, nverlaad ssleaa specially addi-asaad Sst dis? patch by steamer cli.ss at thu off.oe dally at 3 a. m. ?Realsteia:o mall I-r rs at 8 p. rn Brr lous day. CMABLBB W. DATTON. l'oaiuiajt!r.