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haunches reatlng there, while h'.s head swayed
from side to side, as though drowsy. According to Hr. Allen, thia was caused by the small amount of cyanide of potassium Tip had evidently swallowed, which, in Its action first on the spinal cords, produce! a partial paralysis ot the hiiidqu.ai iara. Mop? Iliad to Induce Tip to commit suicide, but he waa "up to snuff" and refused to break the law. But he was undoubtedly Buffering fr m the effects of the llrst il,,.,-. His legs shook tin? der him and he swayed dangerously from side to sid,-. Two in api les and two half-loaves Of bread, one White and ??':?? Mick. wei'., off red to him, but In* refused r i eat. He crunched them under bia feet and turned away In disgust. Al i I'M o'clock Tip lugan io retch violently, but hts attempts to vomit were Ineffectual, and the sounds he made In endeavoring to rid himself ol ' the poison in bia system were painful to hear. The poor bri!!.'- I.C to be In great pain Tip continued to retch until 8 o'clock, about uti hour Sflet he hud taken the Brat dose. Al 9 o'clock he began to act rational!) aram, and al? though Dr. Allen protested that tbe elephant | had taken enough poison to kill him, the beast I did not seem to be Inconvenienced to any grear degree. .\ little before 9 o' lock Mr Hums of- | fared Tip an "unloaded" potato and s carrot, but the wily animal had leal all faith In human nature, nm. he refused lo ear. About this time Superintendent n i Massed ib" opinion that enough experiments had been mad.', and c immlssloner Straus, whi ?? life had been made miserable by ths newspaper men, expressed his disgust at the failure io kll Trp. l>r. Allen was much disappointed nt the ap? parent Inefficiency of the pols n il* said that the ounce Tip had swallowed was sufBrient to kill several hundred men almost Instantai ? POISON HIDDEN IN CAPSI'I.ES. During the early part of the afternoon the commissioners : lultatlon with Superin? tendent Hankinson, of the Society fer the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, bur noth? ing definite was dCCld d Ul' di. At fOUr o'clock. however, a bucki t of hot was made. Mr. Burna placed one three ounce and nine half- tince capsules filled with the same poleon In the "mash." Tip was real hungry about thi* time, and he be| voraciously of the compound. Before th,- anim il had time to feel the effects of the poison B sec* ond bucket "loaded" to the sci "li wis given to him. He atc IL and his death warrant was pealed. Pour minutes after eating the second bucket of "mash," Tip's death-struggle began. He retched violently, <and in lils agony he broke the heavy chain that was fastened from his buck under his forelegs to bis tusks. Finding himself free, as he thought, the WD creature made for the door in the rear cage. The chain attached to his right f strained under the tension, and 'be poison hiv? ing paralysed tbe lower extremities and the vital parts, Tip was brougbt to hia knee*. He .-Ll heavily to thc floor, rolled on hia left side and with his huge head to the do tr by which he ex? pected to gain his freedom, died. The time of his death was 4:19:M p. m. Six men with levelle I Winchester rifles were ready to shoot thc animal flown If he broke his leg-chain. Snyder, the keeper, gave Tip his last pail of mash. As so 'ii as Tip was safely dead, hia picture and that of his executioners was taken. BEGINNIN'I THE WORK OF DIBSBCTION, ?William Wallace, superinten lent of the Ameri? can Museum of Natural History, then brought in ten knives, which were used later for prepar? ing Tip for the taxldermlata A f tree of men un? der J..hn Rowley, chief taxidermist of the mu? seum, began last night to strip Tip's hide off. The skin will be stuffed and the bones articulated, and both will be placed on exhibition iu Hie mu? seum, bes;.ie those of Bampeon. who was burned a: Bridgeport lr. l-.iT, and Jumbo, who was killed in a railroad accident at St. Thomas, Ont, in IISK, Tip was an Asiatic elephant, and was twenty three years old when h.* died. When twelve years old he was brought to this country. The mc nag. rle authorities say that when Tip was brough: to this city from abroad he was in an .iron box. and had sixteen chains about him to prevent him from getting Into trouble. The Im? pression for tho last two years has been that Tip has been growing vicious and should bs killed, but Dr. Conkiln. the f inner director of the Cen? tral Park Menager!-, says that the only death really attributable to Tip was that of a drunken keeper, who kicked and abused the elephant while F,.repaugh'.s show, to which Tip then be? longed, waa in Indiana. Dr. ConkUn aaya that In his five years' expi rlem * with Tip h.* always found him tractable, and that the;-" was no rea? son why Tip should be killed. He further de? clares that the menagerie authorities are n it overburdened with kn wledge of the animal kingdom. Tip was declared to be vicious at the meeting held on May 2 by the Park C (mm , - when he was condemn. 1 ? Tip was between 1*4 and io feet tall, he was about 15 feet long, and hts girth was BJ His hide in some placet was more than an In b thick, and in others less than u. quarter ot an Inch. 9 BORE BABE WRECKERS INDICTED, Ban Francisco, May ll (Spe. lal).- The Grand Jury dragnet late this afternoon brought Up additional indictments against th.- wreckers of the Pacific and People's Home Savina* banks. Two indk.1 were presented, Dna ; i Joint Indictment for larceny of svi.uOu of securities from the People's Home against Directors "Hick" McDonald, Hiram T. Graves. Cbariea Montgomery ami A. L. Jenkins; the other is a charge of larceny agalnat Frank V. McDonald, cashier of the Pacific Lank, for stealing jH.ori.) of th,- funds ,,f thai bank. Ball ls aet at ?5(?,flO0 each. Probably Montgomery ami ("-raves will be the only ones able to furnish bail. The se, urines stolen from tbe people's Home were deposit) I by the restaurant-keeper. Swan berg, for a loan. Swan berg failea to negotiate the bank's paper before Ita collapse. Hence be Induced the director* io return the securities arter s receiver bud been appointed, but Just before he took possession It was plain larceny. Frank McDonald s ease ta even worse. He sim-,,ly stole the money and look lt to New-York. When he returned he had th,- nerve to relate a gauzy story of robbery of the 114,000 In rreenbacks from his valise on Hie overland lourney He made no effort to return the funds. These In? dictments meet public approval. There are over Jamea C. Sh tmel Philadelphia, Penn. Truly Wonderful Bad Case of Catarrh Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. "I am very glad lo recommend Hcd'a Saraparilla, aa tt la truly a wonderful medicine. I nm entirely cur* d , f catarrh and thank Iii**!'* ^anapai-illa tor lt I au ter. . from catarrh for more than a d,./.en >?? ir*, anl often felt ?a thouah I wa* Seoaaat Ist lbs atava vr-er wasting a lot of money on worthies! remedies, I concluded to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. I lia ve taken Ore* tdx beti I am Now Perfectly Free from catarrh. 1 am l.-king sad feeling l*iia*r. I raf omin-nd Hood'* Sarsaparilla for any eoraplata! Caa Impure Mood jul especially for ca'arrh. I l:?ve gained Sarsa? parilla Hood's %%^%%^%r?*_^-V*V% Cures x _*%***-_-*_v-v*v in weljht and eat 8 hearty uaal* .? du*.." JAMI..- C. SHIMEL. 4,6? Kdniniid .St.. Frankford S-.--.tl OS, Phlla ?ielphia. "Rood's Pills cure all liver 111*, eonatlpBtl*?. bilious asea, sick headache, lndisc-atioa ?__ls rn ? ? mi. .tint i ioa>.. iii:?ioieitn %-I.m, iM* ai.I. PtlT i'rrparrl onlr by l* rt MIS BXTMACT CO.. KEW. YO RI. AND LONDON. seer end label. Vj*, chi- nanif rn r.-f oi small i1e],o?itors of Ihe two banks who will gr>t very little of their money, and they :.rr. clamoring lhat ibe men who speculated with tb* banka fur<:? r-hould be sent to State Prison. GLANCES HERE AND THERE. A young w.rn,in in society recently wrote s play, principally to amuse heraelf. Her Lither real lt and s.-ild: "My .bar. If --lt . three-,pi l ? U l of it. it wot ld he three-quarters better.'- Bul her friends did rici agree with thia opinion. A theatrical managei told her thu *.'?.?? should certainly have if re*, ] before her friend*. It should be re , I by pTO* feastons 1 actors. Tb" play was read, and all who ;art In or henri lt were delighted. They ?)* , lared that it waa a remarkable play. Thus encour? aged the v one w mian berrin to think of buying tne play produced. Again "tie ?;,ii? ' ? lb* manager. "It ls a remarkably clever play." lie said, "it is , ne of Ihe besi I ever he.irl real. Nmi have every re,,son t,, feel pron i of your success You are I ingratiated, my .lear young lady, but this ls not .an a< ting play." lt makes ,1 differ nee. A newspaper article the other ,1 ,.,* called atten? tion ti the fact that the hard tlmea were Inducing many men to resign from club*, because they did ii ot feel that it was right to sr.end money Iii club dues when i' was so bari to get. This is th* com? ment of a clubman: "On* club In hard limes is a . thine for a bachelor; several Club* .nc s b ii den I am a single m in, an I Un l one Horny. 1 have perlou ly though! of re* ? from all my clubs save one, With one club 1 pal -.1 tte that I should really i ive money, Ea-ery thing thal one eats .at s club costs much less than lauran! Where 1 used to dine at hotels or r ?'-.: mts flfte, n days out of s month l ?' ne ? v, ry Lay now at i club Toking Into account the saving I, win,-'-- and 'tip*,*1 l figure tin' one ? lub foi * bachelor would save more than enough i ? pay his dues several times over." The married mun who belongs to clubs bul Un, I .ir I >me b: rc,i;;y contributing t i th* support ol tbe irs wh-, patronize tbe .-bibs frequently, lils ? rip to ray for th. ir r nt, the service, thi ? hon*.-, the lights, the library, the g -1 bill lari tables, and a dosen other thtngi Tie bachelor * these benefits, anl besides gets bia dinners, his drinks, etc., ai practically cosi pr!, c.*. lt's s good arrangement for th* !-..ng> man. A physician and n newspaper n.m Started lo cross Park Rose In fr.int of the Post -fllci Hull Ung on their Way tO the Astor House. It wis raining heavily, and tbe newspaper man suggested to the physician thal they go through the postofflc* to save walking around lt In tb* wet. "No." answered tbe lan. "As fnr a health ls concerned It would be safer to w.,ik blocks In a pouring rain than to go through the posi fflce. Th- slr in there ls always foul. Ther- ls a (tokening od r In ( lng. and fi me the loner fl,..... arith Its n ??*;i'ois atmosphere snd f a ver-;. br* b-1 of .Hs- ase. Tou of th* P ? snd stay in the rain, and lt will be better foi ir a: pi impltmeirt to th" Federal official* Hotel and restaurant proprietor* who maintain that ft i'ivs r.i.rn to charge "far v prices" ? n In hard tines have difficult) In espial lng I daj'l ll is thu their dlnlng-roomi remain deserted after day and evening sfter evening On th* other hand, there .ir.- ter., hot-ls In W*w*York which are In the h itel sense er the word but wi li h Insti sd of charging ? ? ? for a cocktail, for Instance, u?k or,iv is cents 'I he cafes ..f bit h thea* ;' .. . ero? ? . e\-ery even lng. nnd In ane of them lt ls 00 el Itel al* iva t . get (.enrs Bt a table. T fl . this seems a pretty good arinuiient. There ls one class of pe Tlc In New-Y say that lt la an "iii Mind.' etc. Lawyer* have not fell so badly Injured by the hard tm - | -opie in fi *. when lebts in rani i , coi? la, ? when men fi to fulfil their ?? when failures occur, when it ls hard t i r.*t ra mey, or not due. there ls a greater de ntand f.r i of lawyer* tban In oi I - of prosperity, Some or,.- mav ask h*>w law? yers manage to collect what ls du* th<*m have s, much trouble In making coll* I ll ' for a liv rr ?:. to ' ' ' gb it ls pretty generally believed thal In Ihli respect, ?* ? ? e*?, perhaps, lawyers nave a way of taking tare of iheiii*' The proprteror of 8 i ? ? ' i well-known pi ipi* ere for aale la authority f,.r the statement thal the demand for th* picture* f actors and actresses bas gr- illy fallen "fr in recent years. Tier.* whs a time, he Bay*, vi'o-r, ev i-. t..,]v wanned photographs of people on th,- sinai., erith whl.'h to adorn their rooms, Now an i i ba unusually handaoi.i unusually auccei ful lo a run ?,?: , young men still make i "fad ot g* of actresses' photographs, though if th.- , ,n? -.a-'-.--, : . meei the originals In th.- sire,-! ti,**,* mlfhl not know one In a hundred. The old "fad" of gathering liken! see a of act* resses seems to have given way to a new form of the .-arm* general Ides -collecting the phoi women of title The dealer who siva tl ii sromen of the singe need not now Bit before tba camera lo pi. iee th.- public declares tb? the photographs of any woman who wears a title will readily Bell If ir ls only displayed when ll 'an ba seen. QtrlS, fie Rays, are th.* chief purchasers of these phoi 'graphs, and this seems to Indicate 'h.it young women *hink a great deal of li'les. perhaps with an e> e to wear? ing them in the future, or perhaps con I en Ung them? selves, since ,? h'-v have none themselves, and know no wearers of them, with anning admiringly up-m rhe photographed faces of those whom they deem ?tore fortunate. _ Conapleu >ua fr tra many parts of l rwer l\Tew*Yorh la rli" r.itl.er od'l-leaoltlng top s!ory of a tall build* li.tr downtown. It Io .ks like a broad piazza of ? Soul t,ern planter** mansion, or a sweeping veranda in the West ImIles. Teople lceokln* at lt wonder why such an arrangement ls placed on top ,,f a .N'ew-York ofllce blllldln'. Cn there, h!?7h In the Mutual Life anne*; building the Insurance duh hus Its home, and the veranda-looking nff.ir l? */s roof garden. In warn summer days the men?el i of this club will hive reason to congratulate themsela-es that they ?re up where the bri essa blow, and tha rest of us will envy them. When *i suburban resident got orr ht* train in Westchester County the other day a man i.-ft the car with him. He looked ar,uni In a dased way and then addressed Mr. Suburban! "Can you tell me," be said, wltb n slight thick. n. ss In his ?p*ech. "Whal street We are nf" "Why, we aren't on an;,- street. This ls Pelham ville station." "And We aren't on the elevated road?" "No, Indeed." "And I've been carried past ,*he Grund Central Bl i-;,n?" "You must have been cirri,d righr through. You had to go there to get on this train." "Went ther. and t oh a .'.rain, eh?" "It must have happened thai way." "ilreat Scott!" he said, "and I was going there to meet a train on which was my mother-in-law." The big American ship Dlrlgo. which sailed for Japan from Philadelphia the other <lay carrying over 1,088,881 gallons of oil. marks a new era In th? shipbuilding business of Hath, Me., long famous for h,r Yankee "clippers." The Dlrlgo ls a steel ship, the flrst of the kind ever launched in Hath, and sh-, .i is built bv Arihur Bewail, who also constructed the famous four wooden ships with Southern nant?. Wh.-n a Lath ship gets a beating 1., j. rn? ind the globe lt is bemuse something is wrong with thu wini and ti"' weather, and it ir- expected by th* owners and the master of the Dlrlgo that thia (lying ship of metal will show a long wak.- to everything that carries Canvas Mit. BIOBABBBOB ami lils ADTBBEABIBB Leander Richardson, the dramatic newspaper man. Is reported to have challenged Louis Maaaaa to light to a finish. Mr. Richardson was at his olllce. No. 107 West Twenty-eighth-st.. yesterday, and admitted that he wanted to get satisfaction out Of Meagan for what bc lertnud "the unprovoked aaaault " the batter had maila anon him in the ? :?' of tb* Hotel .Metropole on Thursday evening. Maaaaa was not to be found yeaterday, having ron* to Booton, it was p%i,j. ai th* Madison Mguare Theatre last night lt wa. sall that John T. Sullivan, Miss Hose Coghlan'* husband, who Iud a flijht with Richardson on Wednesday night, vu.*, confined to his hom* In Nla*ty-thlrd*et, lt ls also said that when Mr Sullivan should be able io attend to the matter ba would proceed against Mr. Richardson In the courts. The m?e is sj.ld to be already In the hands of his attorneys. Oliphant p-.ru a> ,-.l a asor* rharra Blty, the Mild of th* inn. In her ?acldnii) has .'?' - I lng character than Pat j latest novel. "Th* cuckoo lo tho Nen." Nen i??ue, la , ,... i, i?,, .. Kerlei," ready to-day. (Lovell. Correll * Co.. Publisher?) . _ IN RICHARD CROKER- SHOES I on l in ii <-<l from Flrai I'ni;.-. expend' 1 twenty-five years ago, and that with all the Improvements which are being and have been made. BROOKLYN RAD A QRIBVAKCE; WHY HASN'T NT.iv rons" "Lr, iklyn rn iy have had son i for voting ns she dil Inst fall. Tiny had B grievance over th.-re. New-Tork haa i ne, and no argument or distortion of facti will mik* thc New-York tax? payer believe that be has. Last year's election in ?-.-. Indicates what neat year's will be. Al? though i**!>a was a year of Democratic disasters, a in msay H ill felt n i effe, fi ,. tbe gener il Democratic dept?* Its administration ot city affair, received tbe tame commendation it did In prevl aa years. Nothing can be truthfully alleged against that administration this year. The same ?rota will auataln Tammany H*:i this year us laat year. "M,sf of tbe attacks made against Tammany tl til Icve been Bgaiust Individuals, nol aga,ns: the city's administration. Thal is nor vulnerable and our enemies know it. The Independent voter is not to be deterred from voting for "good goveroment by clamor. Univ .M.,,IT TIIB MAYOR'S TOWER OF-RRMOVAt, rn.i," "Another thing which win work in Tammany*a favor in this coming campaign ia the knowledge of the disastrous consequence* of a divided rcsponslbU itv iii ihe city government, thei than ?> Tammany Mayor be chosen. A Mayor not rn pathy with Tammany Hall would find t" s other members of the executive boards and all thc beads .f depart! enta opposed to him poHtli ill] The re? ran wooli be thal all Improvementa avhlch have I ling f,,r* satlsf ictorily woul I i? brougflt ? . a r-t iii IstUI, and f.idure to make pr 'greer, means retrogression. For two year- New-York sroul.l i" god ir-i i n i the In | iv Tamman) Hall ha ' a ? .1'. be l .' off until . | was m nie ihe May -r would pul hu veto .n Un In pro vernen ts te pr. vent Tammany Hall from reving an ad* rani ige. "The Republic ina In th ? I. Isla! ire pasa la bi I Increasing the salaries ,,f poUcemei not i i er* in. ndi ol ce poll .-. bul to put Ooa Flower In a hole. With an antl-Tammanj Mayor nest year there av iuld be ta i mui h i illili ? \ ti ih.* municipal admin id too little ad i.,n,ement ,,f the Interests of ind the tai The r, ?'. of the admtnl 'tratlon* of Ma; Irani and Gilroy .land a* an evidence ot vi har ran i, ni ot the ? ity w hen ill branches of ;he pit) government sre in .u-,-,,r,'. - ? rote for I ii ? anion tv.,, bring Injury l '.-ii ,rk i mfld, ntly pr- net the election ol the Tammany ll ill iii kel ;:? itt fall Mr. i "roker had consldei ib!' if nea paper articles defaming lb. ...i,:y and repr sentlng ll ai ., hotb . Im* i: -v -a ere m iki * pe, i I, in the leve thai they , nul I nol me 1 Si * -YorK without being r,.',.,,-d or murdered In ihe ati Mr. Croker auld thal everybody kneaa hon . uer* these tatemenl FEELS FRISKY WITH TIII7 HARNESS "K" "I f'-'i almost Ilk* ?> boj out ..f .-.hool since I -ave taken off tb' political harness." pursued Mr Croker. "I pitv the man who will red nm If i i -? . an enemy for a hi le ; ? I not -bed mani tean I think thal I would ri iiim f ir leader In my pla *? ." )>or <"....-,-?-. pal . . to Mr. Ci ib'l l) as a lea,'.er yeal - i place : - Ilei " i.e ssid, - !? . ame I ? him naturally. His suggest - t>, tii** propel ? ied were *,, uno an.l i lie bi ame the r I . ara* aft* ? . . ? ..... ihe ? i-k i ? reeling ihe ..' isl ph. ti"' ? is a .,-.,-. psi .'.,, othei eries of Vic! sn wss weak, demerallseai in k 'Inline, an l without sn office the from ja r. -. ? i .m, ' * - ? , ? i n l [ ? 111, . ssa o f | rles ? ??;> Hall ls now in th' * ? ' ? , ' tba ilchle p of Mr "rober I desire I pe ? ? ? lo th* nev*: * ? i ? ? ? - le* !? r In | I I .le ind uni - ' ? ' ration for whirl he *1 rd " , 'or-, .- ? meei (Mark sal,! Mr. * )*?:. ri: ac ! more v stied pott ? - - f * |, other r inn wi hai taken purl In N- i rk i ti,**, brr lng this genera) rap* rlor has * * ' half , - ? ' I. ftej . . a my party, who for * ????:-? - ? | ,*,. affair* it thU t a slngl* ' ?? - Ihe men ' i ibei !?? en whose fri ei nd wi hi* ora '- rle?a* The al - ' ? ,. ,u. i .mi. .... ' - - - p fs hl? miens* lov ni!-. ? will long h* held In a*! i - I everv party " RTBPtTBLICAN iTATR CONVENTIONS Fxc lo. May 11?Al millee ir -.. Bl |S St i M iy l! The mst 1 S'nte c invention In Xl lei. g i ? ther pn tlon. Tlc- |t< pu! . . if the Stat) ' i ? ?? ' ir each S.0 ?*ot** i uti fi r ll,: i .<? in ir. Nov-m ll make a , * I ' July liv - ?? i ! ur rh* pla ?? f,,r t:,* convention ? *> ? ? .':?; v ; ? VTION I ?P CM'S II A me ?' ??.?'-. Oovi rr.m. ni ' "tub II ara held en Thursday i tl I * f Dr. P. p. H N , M3 West "T-hlrl ' inda temporary <.r gantsatkni waa effeci I, Lr ii ??.-. r waa president, Prederich m Pedersen, seer tary, anl C. L. Broadbent, treaaurer Tb* sri etti ? a i io order by 8 Carman Harriot, and on motion if J. A. Johnson the aforenamed men wert elected th.- temporary offl - .a.>?* n,, \, by R.imi-,ii 1 K'Hy. rt W ?; Welling, J M Winn Alfr -<i lt Conk'.lng .iv 1 ..!!.? i ,;.,,! i: ivernmenl Club ll proml ? i r.. i ? :,- . one of th* flouriahlng flo ??! flovi j thc city, A number of names were n Ided to th* r>,u kial night, and ll la expeeted that l"" name* arlll goos be '':t"'?'?'-i- Suitable .?'.',!' arcommod.-itton* ar* in ie* secured. AN ANTI TAMMANY CHU ORGANIZED. A roUBtng meeting a>f the New-York State I i.*m eratic * 'lub, wi ganlaed on Thi r ira I ila*/'' ttl Eighth-ave The following m Tortured Disfigured Humiliated By unsightly skin and blood dis? eases. Is lhere hope of cure? C-TICl'RA RlSOLVr.NT ls the greatest of skin purifiers, A> well as blood purifiers. Because of its peculiar action on the popes, lt is Successful in curing Torturing, disfiguring, humiliating humors, When the usual remedies and even The best physicians fail. Entirely vegetable, innocent, and effective, It especially appeals to those wlio have Suffered long and hopelessly. It acts upon the liver, kidneys, and bowels as well as upon the skin and blood. Its use at this season Insures a clear skin and pure blood, As well ns sound bodily health. It is the only Purifier leting on the Skin and Blood at the same time. Md th*.c*>-,titlli? tiirM. PH,**, Ctrrtcrsi, |0i I fair, See. I r.t.'d.ti.. r,8 Lotti* imu **.!> Cuts. < ?nr., Sole 1 iotar.?;<-*, I',?>?. .. " Hot* to Cure filia aad Blood flamen," ire*. SyFarlnl Tlleml?he?, falling bair and aim pi,* baby r.va.V*a pn vented by l.utliur* boa p. If tired, aching, Dervoaa mor he re knew t..a comfort, ?tr*ii|-J?, an v.tallty la Cutlcura ri?ata??, they wuu.4 aaear ba ?Wilbeat! Apollinaris "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS" "HAS RESTORED TO NEA I. TH A GREA T NUMBER OF DYSPEPTICS WHO OWE TO ITA REPAST THE MORE EVERY DA Y AND AN INDI? GESTION THE LESS AT EVERY REPAST."' Professor Diday. were elected: l'r. sklent charles H. Mitchell; secre? tary, lb F. Jefferson, nnd treasurer, !?'. .1 Pratt. "ih. club was organised as a wing of the Btate Democracy, to assist in the .|efe..t of Tammany, The club rooms win be open every evening for- th" j, irjMi-c ,,f enrolling members. Anions; the prom? inent members are ex-Aldermen Harrie, who re? cently deserted Tammany Hall; William C. Wolf, John 1; Orayblll, Dr Joseph H. Benner, Prank L". Hippie. Francis D Hon. Francis I MeAvoy and Henri A Brann who I* ex-Mayor Grace's choice for ihe leadership of the xxvillth. DEMOCRATS ELECT OFFICERS. Th.. Kings County Democratic Commltte* held Ita Brat meet ng In the Ci terhan Th atre, H lyn, in.M night and elected th. following offleen President. Edward M. Bhepard; aecretary, Charlea .!. Edwards, and treasurer, Michael '.'. * .'*'"iui..r. Ply A NB OF '"'ILL': GE L!"1'!'!1LIm\N CM.BS. i on May ll The R*>pub:ican College Students' league of M.iss* etti it and R ide I . . iv III h.l 1 ii ber* ? .-morrow, ti form i department league bi i to irranga for work thli fail. WI*] ima, Brovrn, Tufts, Tech? nology, Boston Lniv-.r -.-? ll ' r .-,:'?:-. a will be rh ?.' ? 'ii be i i. ; u : moki ? i' k" ? tbe Harvar 1 ?'napier Delta Ppsll m fi lei: ': In 'ii" iften - rn I v.;;; !, ii- . i,y vrthur I*. Btnne, president nf th, M t- ir I li nub - I,? '?? a*. Theodore Cog, of N'.'.v-V ik. nr- :?-,- 7 the \mt\ nan College tit ? Li ih* ??- ? n 'in Inform il talki wi i i." given bi ir mlneni students and by a .' tts " ii ileana. TET.KVnoSES IS THE SEA. I IXPKRIMRN '-' Will' Il MAY ll.-.' VIII.Il Mi,VIN'! BI, TO ''' iMMI'NirATR WI I'll '.".Il ANOTHBR Tin- posalhllltle* of the principles of the telephone gre ? ri' it lhat they form an Intereatlng field for the inv, itlgatloni and experiments of electricians the world over, Th,- poaaibillty of using the water ns .n method of telephonic communication arc now beinir developed, and lt is ali I i rtalnty that before long moving ships nt ??a will be able ? ? immunlcate arith one another, though they r>* out Ide the range of vision, arri thal a thc uti': sch of Icebergs, derelicts or ? -lilli" will be given iv ele trical apparatus ttached to ei -??;. professor Pnttadon haa recently made Inter In this line, bi thi sen re? peated by Captain N*n!e, of rh* British Navy, on the Tharne* In auflleient depth under wa . to emil vibration* of what electricians call B "definite color." Tb,.*- were milted thr.. i| :, ?.... i ,? -er to i eonald * . i repeitel on ti,,, membrane of a eimi larly - I iratus, whose membrane was Ivalcnt" with rh.* membrane of th.* firs! ap \ rei, phone la sttacbed t , tb- apparatus, ' th* sig) ala ar.- n . to tl iv lo re they are a ted ' ?' - resi el In this -r signals lav- been transmitted f<>r fifty ? lr !-??. i ??- !??.- na! r, of thi ? : '.l sn kind referred to. and '??'?' ? took tmsl.len - Inter -? in ll ai i orr,*!-.'. Lr. Huhei ?'. ;,:' * ? ? ? ..... lime but for some n the pro . '? In. : '.*. vi ? re r t ma '-?? 1 ?r I tuber ' ? ? ? *... m. ? ?ten Me: ire get tl hr. ll le som* s ara Ith * In th' Huber ".-a tu ?? , . . ??- i ?- 'ctn through lb* ia it. r cause thi a ll ? -itt- ! i.v ???-'? which greatly Intensify r).a-m A lev'ce calle,! nn Indicator shows lha mle,,.tty of ll,.- -.en. I adorations, h. i fill* (Jive* -'-..if the object ? attains; ti em Hv tiirr.lrn; '.',?? apparatus, which ls Intended to be -.. : r,, t',. la- I tom of a ye-.ael, th* lil- M.,:, from whli :< come can be determined. fl) an Irigeilin'.IS devi B nil SOU nala ,.. ? 1,; I, : ? ? ? . .' fen un l re, orded By rtnglne the apparaliiB, . .,, ali ,..r. Hon *, -.:i i uer e'le. t.-| ; :. *?? a- ali ..'-arr en they Bl** "?? t the ?.rt.rai," ,,' thi e ,.f tf e appro i, hlng ac I submerged w r.- la* ? , . ba ? . . ? ? mann* ? . ? ir declared tint i..* was able with hts >r the preset r ob len mile" -i ? f | ?? H.*.. ? ? id it work ??.'?- afullj in prac* t linnie ? TBS XRWOBT.RAXM sr,, t a roXVBXTlOX. Nea May lion nie' il u .,', ; ? k to dav sn 1 the ittendai itlon* The v,-1 |i my Of was ci iwded when Chairman Murphy rapped ? .. ? niton on meeting promptly i, i in fir.- ? ind M Mu: i-i.v ar.l Richi) il Mt-Call wer.- put In I Tic nominations pre?*!plta?ed a warn) ?'li t . ti-.- purpose* ..f th n sn 1 .,? tu Ila I Mr iv , -, ? vtr. Mo 'sll wn* m i I ? 'r ?: o be in favor of rat, linn 01 part of i tlon and ,,-,'?-? t denn ? ? !')?? I. iulal m i Ke ,.. : t?.. efl irl t ? I'-f'-at tb.. Wilson bill To :,., ::t resolui ted an.l adjourn iv a * taken. The resolution" urge the r-'-n ' auger bout,tv, .ink the legislature to ri a h , favor sugar an I rle* ind i ?ii,- Louisiana Senator* and the Congressmen who hal vora.| in favor of Hiissr nt the tim.- of the r;.. nt tl,.- Wilson hill lilli' WOBSBtl* Til: ABEBICAX Tin;. Washington, May ii Paul Dai Challlu and the Natl.mil Geographic Society entertained each other a,, night in a delightfully Inconventlonal manner Tin- famous explorer ba < received many honors from ti... membera ..r th* society in tba- past feu ., ar d to nichl. before a Isis* audience, be described hts ? iperiencea lu tbe heart of tb.- African *"onti n-iit over thirty >eara ago, when he *|e?ni five amoru* tiie cannibals sud pygmlea .1 the ?-.-,-.it f.,,e t? near the equator. Ml I'", 'halli., I* noth Ins if not dramatic, and his descriptions "t* gorilla hunt* rn the jungle were effective. Il,, asl I the pygmies were like gypsies, never staying longer than ivvo weeks In s ti v spot. constant!) molina In search of nam, and "i tlc- lowest order of human? ity. Tb.- cannibals .'.td nol .at the bodies of th.-lr own relative*, but kind!) presented them to their neighbors, expecting reciprocal favors when deaths occurred in other 1.unlit" He took small Amerl ran flags with him and presented them to the chiefs nf vari..u- tribes Recent explorera report that iii.*. 11.ijf* ar, non ,,:>;,- ts nt worship .n Cen? tral AIM- :i. BBAPBBABABCB <"" TRBPEL't emili. Liston, Mav 11 A cali!.* iiispatch received by M***r*. chan 11,-r- nnd nit,-hie from th.- European Li,lon of am ron, >mer* announces the discovery of Tempel'1 periodical comet by Finlay, an astronomer at the Cap* ol' li.ol Hop* The |.>rltlon gdVefl Ix th.- following: Mny s alii;*: Greenwich mean time; righi ascensl in, 23 hours, r. minutes, .'I sei inda; declination, south. 4 degrees, M minutes, 11 seconds. The object I*- of the . .-nth magnitude, with circular nebulosity, cen? trally 1 an i-n ?? 1. about one minute in diameter. ? - TOBXADO IS tinto ron v. Dalton, Ohio, Hay 11 -This town waa struck by a terna,lo (asl night. The BtKeta iv. re covered with wreckage Trees were blown down, wlndowa smashed, bouses wrecked, roof* lorn ..ff. and th* pottery of E. Houghton was demolished. Th* roof wa* blown oft Ooudy & Log)t*'a min. and tha h ius*. of William Lock* nnd aamuel Oochariaur wart badly .I:.niaged. Th., storm waa accompanied by lightning an.l rain. Roy 1 Hhtiih, hho waa Handing lc. a fcc .-, was struck by lightning and killed THE -JOC RX AL" (i'll I'i AT IBDIOTRD. Albany, May 11. "The Journal" Company, aa a corporation, wax indicted by tbs ur.md Jury I i*day for criminal llb 1. This |s the ,,utc HAM of an edll -ri il criticising County Judg* LTute'a action In connection with election caecs Inst fall and this aprlng. cot y ti v on haiti: OBDBBR more hi: hoy a is I) airer, May 11 Qoveraor Wait" to-day ordered the removal of nil three Penitentiary Cotnmlaatoiwrs, having decided that the charge-, he had pr-ferr.'.! against them were well founded Tin- Commis? sioners will realm ull attempts lo rem .ve tb.mu a vrttiTE ryosr ly BBW-BWBLABD, Woomocket, R. I.. May ll .-Ther.' ama a heavy whire frost throughout the Blackstone Valley last night Strawberries and carly Karden truck were, consider,-, Idy da tu a ge, I. fiot'th .'romlhgham Mass. Mav ll?A heavy whit* frost occurred last night, doing considerable damage to th* early garden oropa, such as beana and cucumbers. It extended over a wida ar**. OPPOSED TO A CONFERENCE SIGNS THAT THE PROPOBED CLEVELAND GATIIKRING MAY FAIL. INDIANA ano PENNSYLVANIA COAL OPERATORS WILL TALL* KO PART IN THB MLKTINU i.vm.T PHASEI OF tiih MINERS' STItlKll. ColumbUB, Ohio, May ll.-President John Mc? Bride, of the United Mine Workers, returned to-day from Chicago, where he went to confer with Il? linois and Western operators before their local convention to arran;;!- for representation In the Cleveland lolnl convention. Re a.itnirte.i that be believed the operators in several dlatrleta he men tloned the indiana block an.l Pennsylvania river districts -would not b.. repeeeented In the ciarve* land convention; still, he boped that thc representa? tion would be BUfBdently general to accomplish a settlement of ih" strike. "One thin-* Is certain," said lu-, "if no agreement la reached al the Cleve? land convention, the strike will go on. Let no MM think that that will br.'iik lt. The mon could be heil om tw,, months or longer if neceeeary to win the strike, i'll, delegates from the miners art. com? ing Instructed to vote against any compromise " a telegram received nt headquarters to-day from T. .1 Daria, at Piedmont, W, Va., states thr.t he has organize.1 1,400 more mlneta there, and that now all thc mines along the West Virginia Central Railroad ara tied up a telegram from Organizer M. it. Wllaon, at wor'c in Western Maryland, says that -.Tr") miners In thu! State have now been or ganlaed Pittsburg, 7.1.iv ii. -Tb., lirr^esr meeting in the history of th,- coal Interests of Western Pennsyl? vania waa held behind cloaed door* in the County ''.?nt'; iuae thia morning, One hundred and twenty five operators, representing 100 mines river and rall were present. Tb,, meer ng was called to order at IO o'clock, and remained in session un'ii ISM p. rn Tl ?? me, Mt".' was a's i one "t the most ex? citing ever loll bv th., coal operators. They were uri ihi.. io agree on anything. The railroad opera ?' a -mi i'i .'"rv turn, au,I urged a speedy settlement of the strike on a compromise basts. Th" river operati rj. however, would have none of lt at thia tim.. A motion waa male ,., atta-nd the r miners and operators on May i.'.. and ?? Bubstltut, wa ?'.' red not to attend tie. Cleveland meeting. Loth of these motion-; pro? voke i heated discussion The isntlment waa against attending the Cleveland meeting, for th)* reason he W rt Virginia operators haaa* decided nor to attend Ihe meeting, ind Western Pennsylvania ,,|,. r.it.rs -viii ;-,,,; airr"" t.. any terms "f settle rro-nr ar,: ll :?!! a ,-r.... and rh'' rat, ? ar* made uni? form in for Th> company sr,,re syst-m in vogue ne mini ? al.-* i proved a sen ius stumbling block In the way ef harmony. A resolution was offered and adopted by a vote ,,f ;.| to i ilia' tri. opel hom of Western Penn? sylvania would not !..? bound In any manner by taken by tba* lolnt conventl ci "f coal mti r- i' ? ii I i,"vt Tues lay. a < cn':,it'"" of ten wai appolnteu ;,, u., to Clev< lani and make known I tlon at aid meeting, i n i? over for the river trade, and the milrea.i ,-..: season ls ? ... :,( , ?? ,- rjtv .,( t>i,. river operators nol *i atc'..' I ? . ? ,? . , !? | eon-, en tlon ll signlfi'-ant. ? ', M "... Mi; ll. Th- .ink- of the ... ? k regl in is assuming serloua proportions A'A the naen employed in the region are ,,,r except tho.. al li Tm.in. Allegheny mil Eek hart, whi h ar, ii | th mines controlled ?-i i' - ri ?' >mp iny. Sheriff King >? is be, by ?'"?* eoe thal lb<y ? :< ?., him for ti.- i of tbose men .n ; tha-ir empl v v* io Jr- wll -rn to '??? rk. .>*- I ? nipa:-.v pr periy. The Sheriff is now .c rbe ' ? ? liff! bul ?)" liv. ia i.r. report, I, alli rom all a I ii fl will I"- ni ? : miners are reported to hiv* i foi , taila afteroo a. .i- i the thi ' trlkers Wost i ners art *?!'.! w .rk v m. Kngllah-speaklng workmen but oi topps I wor ia i ? i are ab it ai .a , al irk iir; on ? rei ute* are being arra bi illy with In i of coal were l to-day. A e Youl ol the f reign mln-*rs ind ''" ii ' !omp fi' Irma nd . .\ ? , i, Mo., May U Tne ??*??.?? . | : to strike laat night lld lawn theil * ,;;. . m ,v .. . I Coal ..:. l Iron Ral'.* .? Inst night. the ml.,e:* ra fa-.rig to go IO work UDjCM an ad* ir if. fed. lot Mav 11 'the miners , ? rh tn ihe C . - - were Induced to go out rik.ng m -,* rs fi ind 8 1 irg brig < I, Tb ? strik* M. ' . foi ?? 'Ile ll- ri i feared i*he .-'?,??:.!? irlj all th irv : I ? - ,',' rn, -.i ark T'*e w .i klngmi ? ' ' *i mi; be spill* I ? ?? ? |,r"-? ?? the men and pr I I i: ir i, Pent M,' iii f Turner, . , ? ? ? , ? . ha* work ",i- I ir.. ' ' Ab >ut forty ? ? Railroad coal m ni i ? ? m ne irb ? co il wi rh i them that f tree r iii ru irnl . rv, -, . il< To-11! the * rklne; .,, ... ? r 'a works Sh r ff Mick willi ?tie ral J, ra ,.ff ihe company ,. *trlker? have seni f.r reinfor ements ? ' ? nie-, pr.-.* nt Tl - ! _ THE . *? > \ -'TTN"<; TRADE BTTPVERINO UIBA8TROC8 BFFECT OF TIL". STItlKll OF TM!-: BITt'MINOt'8 <'".\L MIKER8 Phils :? Ipi ). M iv 1'* Tl ? strih ? - min-r- Ifl hiving ., temporarily A feel on ? !?''.-.?. la, In which tbe ,- . il ;? i mosi tant Item. So gr, ,? - irclty of bli ? il th ,t th* Greenwich Point piers of :li" Pennsylvania Rail? road, which it- m lalvety -ley.,tel to this trade. baa ? had to suspend op, ri*: cm entirely, whit little coal tin-re is in tranali haring I.ti taken by the - ii company for u*,- in its locomotive*, The itate of affairs prevails ar the Port Rich* mond piers of the lt,.a.ling Railroad, and ill the coal destined for the pier of the Baltimore end Ohio Railroad bis been *- ?ir.*-,! by that company Th.- r.s.iit of this embargo on i ift c al Iv thal ? i alf the larges; (leets of Idle vessels ever leen on th,. I'.'iaw ir,- uiver now Moats ,it anchor, awaiting the termination of the strike Orders for coal have !.,en ?? .ming In freely from New-England points and the Weal lu li--*., but they v.innot be filled Ona 'fl''*,'! of the s:rk-- his leen thru the river tugs, v. in,-ii ordinarily uje soft coal, hav.- taken to burn? ing pea cool, rt ii. 1 tin l it i guod substltuta Fl minore, ml. May ll, Th* coal altuatlon ls dally growing mor.- serious Dealers to :>? re silted to heroic measures to obtain a few bun,ire,i tons nf fuel for their customer* A number of cars w.-te standing on th* pier* at l,ocust Point, which th* Baltimore uni Ohio otb,inls ordered hauled to their yards. An engine was dispatched to the piers, bul employ** of th* dealers removed several yards of track Th.- uara vier,.- then hastily unloaded Into -???.vs. which were soon safely anchored in the harbor Although the news from the mining dlatrleta has b.-.-n t.,v,,.-ii.:.- for i satisfactory settlement ol the ?. th,- railroads continue to confiscate for their own us.- nil th* coal .m their lines. Pactorte* have been forced to us., other fuel, or to shut down en? tirely becauac ot th- scarcity of bituminous coal. 'finis r.,r it,.- steamers have been supplied with co,;, but not a pound la being shipped from thia port, aevrral partly load) l vesaeli being unable th complete their cargoes Advices from the Maryland mlnea to-day ar* to the effect that but little work ls being do:,e. The strikers and walking delegate-' hive tn US far suc? ceed.- i in per* lading man) of the rnen who un? willing ro work i" remain away from the mines. AN" OUTBREAK EXPECTED IN ALABAMA. Birmingham, Ala., May ii- All la quiet thia mora* lng in th* mining dlatrict The only movem ml la the night waa that fifty miners wer* s>vn g,..ng from Pratt mines to Coatburg, convict stockades l*'lt>K at both places. They were wat c.. 1 Iv s, outs, but commuted no overt a,-: Governor Jonei haa is? sue i i proclamation forbidding tba gathering of A WOMAN'S BURDENS are HgMggad when -.be turns to the right lncliciiie. The chronic weaknesses, delicate deranirenietits, ?nd painful disorders that afflict lier sci, uro Bured bf Pr. Pierces Favorite Pi-escrintinn. In bearing -dowu sensations, perioakal pains, ulceration, in tlaiiimation, and every kindred aUmeut it's a positive remedy. MatU.ionrillr, Hopkin* I l nunty, Ky. 1 Dr. H. V. Pi ea ck, IlufTulo, N. Y.: Dear Sir ? Piesse socept my thanks for thc a-ood your nu 'liciii'-aa have done for me. I triiK- belle.,, tba *?" Favorite Prescription" I saved my lire; it ts * bum ' and ce.i?au cure. I urn having perfect health; T am ateut and oa* do ali mr ho)iiework. Every Invalid lady MlSiTPuilATt 'hnuld take Dr. Pierce's a Ja tl, , , ,'a, 'ovoriw Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery. Yours, HOZZIE FUG ATE. PIERCE Jr. CURE Om HOMET StSTVMaJaJKO. Sometimes we indulge in general remarks about high-class, ready-to-wear clothing. To-day we particularize and would call special attention to our nobby, extra long 3-button cutaway frock] which we have in Cheviots, Thibet* and I Iomespuns, at the low price of $15 for Coat and Vest. Trousers to wear with above, $5.00 and upward. iiiiiii-niss Clothiers and Furnishers, 279, 281 ano 283 Broadway. Bet Chambera and Reade sn, Bnllafacllon g?wrniil***.l or money r.t,,*.,,,^ DRINK armed bo. 11 es of rn.-n or th- movem*nt of armed men from place to place In ii: | ; ?>? .*.-,-, unless commanded by an ? (Ticer of Kw Rhertn* M,jr. row has !'.".',- SW leputles ri l-itv ia this cn-jntr .an 1 If th'-,' pr-.v in cl- qu lt* I Lj disposal In case ut an outbreak, which ia lo iked for any night. NO DIOTURBANCE IN" THE C IKE RKGION. MANY ri.ANTS in- OPERATION THB i-F.'T.r.Agi IN TR')!'!-' TION liVp-HnNs. L'nlontown, Pi nn., May ll, Captain john m. ri*-^ gida, the doputv-. hcrifT who had I h iri-e of th? fir**. eviction ni Oliver last w ck * u arraateal and placed ur.der HRS r*a,nd for trial ar court on a 'hare* of assault nr..' battery In kill king lown 1 giav woman who Interfered with bim in making the evictions and precipitated B riot The woman m siichtiy Injured, and to-day lodged the information rt Rleharda With the exception of nun moaing to ScotMtJe to attend the maaa-rr.eettng then the coke repog iraa quiet from "i i to end to- la) The Hill Farra was In full flast, with no Interference from the strikers. Thwy hav,- kept away from Lainey alia, and have made no demonstration ar a-.y of hg works to-day. At lloyei 100 men are ra* ported al arork. an Inereaae over reaterday*a for-e*. 'diver bas bad righi Mas I all the week, and enough men are wllUng to a rs on rhe yarj to run th?> plant un full time, but the company ran'.'d get men to go Int ' Miners, even at the old ra c?nti a wagon c.vh m-ikf i ? rnlnaa now. Th'-v can hive nil th- I | ! and those Who ur*' working ar.* makin - gi ind M a day. ConnaUarill*. Penn., May ll Coke production r..; ired with tha pr.'.,on-. w,.eii. and ahipmenl i UMeaa* loada. Tb* Illinois Steel ? i 'if imik of these shipmen'*. Th I for coi* hal In* creased in proportion i ??? In protuctlon and out] ur. No ai i *??",? th* ices In fuel ?? been bank.''! Oreensburg. Pann ." - riff W mimi and 1 '? put) Day went I t and Llppli tl I c>ra f.imily ? ?*. ?<? ira ed um a ti pei ?? ? . ; tut morning del, x here an I .' rth I' irk. ' 'a-.-r I ?) ???:.- ' i i.rrett'a ? mala 'the South* w ? si in ??" 'rti ? ? dat to ,h- lrn| rta if n vv rr en Plal l*J88> ty-four men tn tl :nh*r ? n the yard Ruperta) rveorta 10) w irking it Moyer i tend at M tchell. at Van bri ll il everything ls U.ul*t there. _ .STRIKE IN" THK Pi'LLMAS CAR SHOPS. ?.nm. Ill, May " ea two and three ind workmen in th- ? part bm aga of Pullman works, ,,t i-,, ? , rjq strttg it '.* o'clock rbis morning. Ther- a l_b man and his egecutlve managei - *?* lt was un !?--? .1 thal the men wer I arith the nt e infect nee reg to the nen Amer* in Ha..wa;. i'r i ??. n ww* not oiled out bv th- organisation. They demand ? rete? ll of wage, to last year's sc il- tn I the re? dress of numerous *h i\ - N i violence la I precaution a Ur*,- for ?* of police has been ordered ta the - FIREMEN MAT BB DISCIPLINED. Terre Haute I I.. May ll (Si rial) lt to rapatdai ? ? ie reeulta of th- meeting ' grand ofMeer? of th* Brotherhood of L>- ?-, - Fxemen hei 1 w:'' be t ? i %? ? 8 wh? jjin.ei the American Rallwaj Union itrtke on th* .;.-? ai Ni :" th lawi of th* order. Chief Barren! lo'.d Pre*klf*nt HUI thal ati usda Atm rn.-n would be led, and bi the tnt K wai ,' tai 1 -a. bluff. AT I},,f'U COXSPlBATOBt DlSCBAteEB Philadelphia, May ll I. R * gad -*'.!* Brown, who were recent!-. lo Jag 88 await the action of the Qrand Jury, n the chart* if conspiracy t.> defraud Mra Catharina M Shack* lett, of Alexan Irta, Va nea. bbb" ?* har fortune vt ttl ?". were arraigned before Judge Urea;y to-day on a writ of bab. Ba ? I-anders married tba* woman while she was lick tn bed in the Hotel Hanover, this , itv. and then, lt is ntl Induced ber to maki a will bequi '..rn au ,,f h,r possessions Th.* will baa i. rerokBC Ju L-e Rregy dlachai-g, d the ? * *>*? cans., of the non-appearan ??* of I nctua and also i.ause rr, re waa no app itlon fer a continuance la order thai sh.- i luce* Landers, however, was held to Lvk" ma*nt charirtiijf him with the larcenj of Mrs Sh*a*g* lett s ol,un..h.in. Mrs. Bhacklartl la Buttering irom pneumonia. THE lil: ATI! ER REPOST llllNI-'l \t I.V PAIR KX.'Ll'T , V THg Ogfli WaKitngtca, May ll Th* storcn ? ??? '?*'' ""** Hg north of ll . '? . ? ? " f ,h* Bt, Lawrence The Nu ?? '" ,b* Rrlttsh Nortiivae.t Terri tor) snd host : ' " Nvbraska aad Kansan, laai lofhti ? i .*? ?a v UM "'? fl :" K ir as t., ?>? ? | ,m ? ? . '?' .-muir* ' - faller, lr, ll; r*| ? ? .?? I fll* Tal)*y, and itu Inlerl r ? f Mw lil I [ NVW" Bngkaad stat-*, and aaa risen dectd, EBSmm. BIM] t'pP*T Mia-' lippi v ill-v-. i ' - ?''v* occurred in th? ii "'? *'*** witera the weather ha* h. ,__ Pair weather I* indicated tnt Bil di* * ? th,. Oulf Bat, wh i. ihowei - - ' lng w.-aher. A deckled ri*.* In le, ?' ? u"-ur in iii* irita regtoni sad t'pner I ? ? detailed roBECAsrt por i,m av. Per M ila*, f. i. variable winda For Kew-HasapaMr*, VaeaBoai retaa ^_j i*ian,i. Cenaecttoal and Ka '.in Kaw i rrk, aatri tittt-.tif winner In the Ir-.l-rlor; variable'*!:) 1* . llfUSg ' 88881. Pe* N*w-Jer*ey, Keetarn Peaaaelaraala. D.'i??ir'* <? Maryland, ge db rally fair; -Ugbily etaraaer; ass i*> ?04lC" wlrd*. For Tenne.aee. fair, wa-mer except In the extr*** e,, i.rn p rn na; walli wlnil*. For Kentii.kv, \v.**t Virginia, Western ?'""?n,.-lM?r \\--.iern New york Ohio Indiana Illinois ?*> w Mi-liiKsn. fan. wain.ei. loath ai-in-l*. TIUHFNK LOCAL >HSKR\'A I'l'.N'e. fTjJ . Hucks : M.?m_g. Kigii 01 Li-L-i.16"' *,J 10 '* *J 3 *5 6 _-, . JJ-"*!** ''"iOllj 1-^ ire* 30.J l^B__^___S L.ZA In tbl* dl.mnm a .'ontltiu .na white in"- *.?;(? ?*han*;ea i? pr..*,,,,. ?* In.ll.-Hl.sl ha Th* 1 "1"in,'' .tai. recirding bsrmneter, The broken un.- rei.reaenr* i"" perola** .,. ob?rana* .,, Parry'i Pbarmaey. i .fha ?.-"'her fOOBSHB B| Hie ,l?). With * Tribune UIIV,., May 1^. 1 a , waa cooler sad svaesaal meat ,.? ,,,r ..m. . IlKht ?h,,w..|?. The tempera!ur., r.nm-d SetaWSS ? ?" lill Juries, ti;.' av- no* (MU) Mag '?. i"?rr "'""1,"J Tiiur.iiny. und iu>, l*w*r th,,,, ea th* BarnT*aBaad8Bg ea? last year. Tb* weaili-r to-day l? likely to Us Ulr .nA ?IW11**' warmer. _ _ OPI'NIN".; OB THK .''ANDY H??i?K BW^J* The Handy Hook Route of the rentrat J^M New-Jersey Will be opened for the seaaon un ** dai$'oauawlll- leave New-York at WtU ^Jtrnfist p. m.. arriving at New-York 1*8 rn ??*?2J oa Additional boata will be placed In Ibbibw . May 'IA.